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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 May 1872

SONG OF -MAIION'S MEN. WILU.AMi eULLEN BRYANT. Oar band7is few, but true and tried, Our leader frank and bold The British soldier trembes WhMen.ariou's name is told. Our fortress is the good greenwood, Our tent the eypress-tree: We know the Wrest round u-, As seamen kiow the sea. We know'its wislh of -thorny gracs, Its glades of reedy grass, I:s safe and silant islands Within th2 dark morass. Woe to the English soldiery, That little dread us near! On them shall light at midnight A strange and sudden fear: When, waking to their tents on fire, They grasp their arms in vain, And tey who stand to face us Are beat to earth again. And they who fiy in terror deem A mighty host behind, And hear the tramp of thousands Up,n the ho'low wind Then sweet the hour that brings release From danger and from toil: We talk the battle over, Andshare the battle's spoil. The woodland rings with laugh and shout, As if a hunt were up. A:ad woodl-nd flowers are gathered To crown the soldier's cup. With me!rr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 May 1872

Vol. VI. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1872. No. 21. TIt ALD 16 re3IUr.Da ggY WEDESDAY MORMNG, At Newberry C. I., By . Pt, I. areneker, Editors audProprietors awire $e Pat #Mwx Invariably in Adance. 4 Tu PU a t.the ersrala of arr e Poopexiation of sub scription OFTICIAL. Aets and Joint Resolutions .A hJ , GenKeratdA mBW 76uti-Car4thia lglar Session, 1871 and L.&7 A2M ACT TO INCORPORATE THE EDIS TO. CAW CAW AND WAITES' CREEK CANAL CoMPANY, OP SOUTH CARO Scroi 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represents. tives of the State of South Carok. .a, now met.and sitting in Gene ral Assembly, and by the authori ty of the same: That Aiard K. Gain-,Timothy Hurl4i, c . W therly, Da vid Mket, .oh'C. Downing, B. A. Bosemon, A. J. Ransier, W. M. 4d Small, E. D. Holmes, Robt. Tarl to L .a %- 2:P. p Hed ncMch other persons as they may asso th-an, h are constituted a body corporate andpoljic, byqbk i style of efistoCC an Waites' Creek Canal Company. And they are hereb - made orporate in, la...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 May 1872

panera Ared Huger, of Char estoer man~y years postmaster,. died w. that -itylast week in the 84th year of his age. He was a gen~lieman of the ad'hld school. W.reely nd Brown stock is tak Si'g 'e. -The Conser*itiye, Democratic and liberal Bepublican Press are a unit in its fator. So sudden - has been the devejopTjen jhat 4w are. riwinded of what, is called the "Wave of Thought," or Ithe Spirit uf the Age." f..HeeG becom h ful candidati: every gentleman will have a new hat, because he must don the Greele.bat, and but -few wear white hat'.. The. crotchets of :Greeley, says the Intelligencer, will doubtless become an elemnat df strength -in his favor-they thoW that helja -sentiment- or heart evidedces of g Ood,'srd like the coon skia an&o cabin df 4en. Harrison, are at tracti'e. Tornada. A;Turious tempest of wind passed ove bAu-mbia Wednesday night' lasft at 1I e'clock N. N. R Although brief in da ration; the- havoc to State House, and 6ther bhillings, feincing, shade trees, was con...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 May 1872

OAN*pj gpODS, Strawbrries, PFar, Pine Apples, Cher Pickies by the dozen or by the botile -Qbo*-ebo*,. 1%itll. rhe AuctionXoom has great Bargains it iL A ew barrel-Fka, Eye Potatoes, a $&pear bbl.* ISH, Wednesday and Saturday. L. R. MARSHALL. vay ,22 21-1. BENf BERfMDING-WHERE MUEA-TE YOUR DAUGHTERS Inquire into the Merits. Feimale College, WLLIAMSTON, S. C. TheAI'SESSIONX, 1872, will open on MONDAT, JULY ist. -&T PER..1SEIO01oo. 20 WEES. Bowd, ineluding fuel, washing and Eghts '.......:...............t7O 00 Tuidon ift Regular College Course.. 15 Oi ustrtimental M6sic.............20 00 Vocal Music, no chsrge. I Npgs in dehoaie health derive great frNn ourl.,"thy Clinate and Mine ral Water. . .. For a Cirea;da, apply to REV. SAMUEL LAXDER,.A. M., Mag1(2%- ej Xt.reAent. A -af9 of Aoutl f o_ar:li na, Cuaty of Newberry-In PrIbate Court. afteS Da iM inraw o E s top', ' iiii dec'd.-Order for By vi-tue of an oreer in the abie sta,ted enwjto. me..i-drected,.bW- taes C. Leahy, judg"of...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 22 May 1872

IF WE KNEW, If we knew the baby fnger, Pressed against the window pane, Would be cold and stiff to-morrow Never trouble us again Would the bright eyes of our dar'iug Catch the frown upon our brow' Would the prints of rosy fingers Vex us then a they do now ? Ah those little ice-cold fingers, How they point our memories back To the hasty words and actions Strewn along our backward track How those little hands remind us, As in snowy grace they lic Not to scatter thorns, but roses, For our reaping by and by. Strange we never prize the music Till the sweet-voiced bird has flown; S range that we should slight the violets Till the lovely flowrs are gone. S range the sutnm<r skies and sunshine Never seem one-half so fair, As when winter's snowy pinions Shake the white down in the air! Lips from which the seal of silence None but God can roll away, Never blossomed in such beauty As adorns the mouth to-day; And sweet words that freight our memory With their beautiful perfurme, Come to us i...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 May 1872

VoL WII ENESDAY MORNING, M"tAY 29,q 1812.No2. TWE HERA:L IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDESDAY MORING, At Newberry C. ]., Bv Thos. F. & R. H. Greneker, Edtors and Proprietors. fa, so Pirs 4*JMVXV Invariably in Advance. tgne f i ttvat the expiration o1 UC- The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OFFICIAL. Aets and - Joint Resolutions lTieA by tas seneral As sembly of South Carolina, Regular Session, 1871 and 187L AN ACT TO AMEND. THE CHARTER OF THE TOWN OF BEAUFORT. -SC N liBe i enacted by the Senate. and House of Represent% tives of the State of South Caroli na, now met and sitting in Gene raAs the authori ty-ortbht me: That the Act to incorporate the town, of .eaufort -be so amended tbrat the Town' Co'neil of Beau fort be, and they are hereby, au thorized to establish a guard, or police, for the better security and regulation of the said town; and to pass such ordinances as they may deem expedient, to define the duties, fix the compensation, and impose fines.and penalties for ne ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 May 1872

For the Ilerald. I1ave heard the dirge of sorrow, And the theme I would endorse, And my pen would catch the echo To-the funeral hymn of Momse. Could my humle quill be guided, - Or some gentle muse inspire, Then I'd trace his deeds immortal, With a true, poetic fire, For my bosom shares the sadness, Of the nation's bitter grief, A-ad I'd add a word consoling Which may bring a sweet relief, For if deeds shall be rewarded When we drop "this mortal coil," Then methinks he shar that glory Which will crown a life of toil. Surely now his angel-fingers Sweep the keys with skillful toneh, But, this may be thought presaMption, Claiming now for him so much. For I'm treading paths forbiddEn, Paths which only angels tread; Mortals cannot know the future, Or employments of ti-sded, But hi name wiH, "down the ages," Sound through everyftid& far, And remotest generations To his fame will add a star, Let the solemn tol be sounded From each spire, by every bell, Lot the million chanting voices Gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 May 1872

Lei .e4 e, WHICH you A caiai fynd buying so se FCETO iiLRNIT BEE and fine PWCKIEDl SALMON, andSUGAR CURED A1kd, onConsignment, TEN BALES OF HAY. .&?A HARDY SOLOMON'S, Next to Messrs. McFall & Pool, on the Maf, 21t. ~ ifth'Avenue. AVEMMBER NATH0AN'S DRY, S~9 TODul NEWBERRY, S. C. May sep .m The Best Gin in-4he South, is i l{e ljiOV Gia~' I have been rmrning one for two 'years, and recommend them to the 'public. Any persons winting good Gins, will iend in their ordetf niefor ginning next crop egy~ JOHN P. KYARD, Egy- 2 .ocal Agent: IO.t "RA OI W Olen .0 -i ULiRENS- CO., S. C., May 14, 1872. THANKING- otr patrons for generous patroniextended to us:in. t4e past, we again apquonee iiat we are prepared to do alk work ntrusted to us promptly and weH. TersTor-Toll Carding, 12je. per lb., (oil ig .0 to 35c. per '*INV%-hiimere, 60 to 63c. per yard. tsw-P 204 2.25, the customer End %oo - O*ier work ap heretofore. .give.the highest market rates for n exFhaige for the products of our B3....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 29 May 1872

A WIFE'S APPEAL. Come, rouse thee, dearest,-'tis not well To let the spirit brood Thus darkly o'er the cares tbiat swell Life's current to a flood; As brooks, and torrents, rivers, all, Increase the gulf in which they fall, Such thoughts, by gathering up the rills Of lesser griefg, spread real ii.!; And with their gloomy shades conceal The landmarks hope would else reveal. Come, rouse thee now-I know thy mi!nd, And would its streng'h awaken: rrond, gifted, noble, ardtnt, kind Strange thou should'st be thus shaken! But rouse afresh each eaergy And be what Heaven intended thee; Throw from thoughts this wearying weight, And prove thy spirit firmly great, I would not see thee bend below The angry storms of earthly woe. Full well I know the generous soul Which warms thee into life; Each spring wh:h can its powers control Familiar to thy wife; For deem'st thou she could stoop to bind The eagle-like ambition nursed From childhood in her heart bad first Consumed with its Promethean flame Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 July 1872

VIo WEDNE~SDAY MOIRNING, JVLJY 3,1'2 .--N. 's Pt1BrdsitD 1VERY WMDNESDAY MO1NING, At Newherry C. U., ByAi R. .& It. H. Greiekep, q I' IV It A UIWi , fII tI Th4 raper Is stopped at the expiration of time for whi1oh It Is paq.. 077- The H mark denotev expiration of sub scription.~ AetstAgd J011t ReS0h1tlug Passed by the General As sombly Of il tN4 Cdrolina AN SJ f Bi1IE yA Utf.s ~AN N ANJ IJOL 4jtA.O C,1 cM ANY i~ , IAnonor 1. BQo it enatOl by the t'v'wlids of ttt,of South C ro. lina, how Iot and sitting in Gone. ral Assembly, and by thQeauthori tf if'the sne Timt Charles Simons, Thomas la8thews, L. F. Campbell, 8amiuel Foreho, Jan1ts iorolbr, Z. 'at on, WV, liolds, J. Proctor. J. SiIn mons, SPorcher, A. Campbell and G. 1tes, and othCr pe0o1s who aTe, or horeiftor may be, asioulated with them, be, and thoy are hero bg, declrcd a body politic and corporate, for the purposo of making loans of Illoney, secur-ed by mortgage on real estato or personal property, or by eonivey anco of tl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 July 1872

FOR PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Good words from Grats Brown: "We want a President without a party; a governmebt without corruption; a con gress without price; and a judiciary without politics." The DHalmgto Agialtural and Xehani eat SUM Mr. Edward McIntosh, President, and W. E. James, Esq., Secretary and Treas urer, have issued their annual Premium List for the second Annual Fair, to be held at Darlington, C. H., commencing Oct. $0, and closing 1st Nor., 1872. The Company offiers over six hundred dollars in the way of Premiums. The Darling ton people have organized their Society as a joint stock Company, the citizens generally throughout the County are stockholders, which places the Company on a sure footing. In Abbeville and Barnwell are two flourishing Societies, in which the citizens of their respective Counties interest themselves; thus an nually they are drawn together with samples of the various field crops and ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 July 1872

TiEL..ndebted -to us must positively wasaM inrs eits tb pay us 'very soon, or we viil be obliged to leave our Ac quatriarthe handsof an ofter for:colec tiod.' 1eeaa makesxceptios in case of anybdyf U MO lJikANT, June-26', 26-t. ANNOUNCEMENT. The friend of -AIM' ABEENATHY, repeetfully announee him as a candidate for Co=nty Commissioner at the ensuing eleCtiM inGOetober next. MAN FMENDS. LSIIEAM & HBER "I1 afspose of their entire stock of Sprig & Summer ATCUST. "WNERE 9 SPBWI THIE 8IMIEE " SPARTANBURG, S. C. THIS celebated WATERING PLACE ll be open lor visitors the 10th day of, June. The medicinal qualities of this Wa ter are not excelled, and from the numerous wonderful cures that have been effected by the use of this Water, I am satished that this is the place for all whose condition can be improved by the salubrious character of any Water. kQ.MS large and pleasant. Good and attentive servants. TABLE supplied with the best the market affords. Fa:cy Balls during the summer. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 3 July 1872

A LITTLE WAY. A little way-I know it i, not far To that dear home where my beloved are; And yet myfaith gro*s weaker, as I stand A poor, love pilgrim in a dreary land, Where present pain -the future bliss ob scures. And still my heart sits, like a bird, upon The empty nest, and mourns its treasures gone; Plumed for their flight, And vanished quite. Ahi! me, where is the comfort ?-though I say They have but journeyed on a little way! A little way-at times they seem so near. Their voices ever murmur at my ear; To all idyAuties loving presence lend, And with sweet ministry my steps attend, Xnd bring my soul the luxury of tears. 'Twas here we met, and parted company; Why should their gain b6 such a grief to me This sense of loss! This heavy cross! Dear Saviour, take the burden off. I pray, And show me heaven is but-a little way. These sombre robes, these sadlened faces, all The bitterness, and pain, of death recall; Ah, let ine turn my face where'er I may, I see the traces of a sure dec...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 July 1872

Vol. VIII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JuLY 10, 1872. No. 28. %VW WMOMflAY MOM MII, FAR7 ; B.*ewker, a an M sotrue. e Md4 0 nso"s expor ab 2OFICIAL Aes and AResolutens Fsed by Oe General Is SesfIm, 1871 a AN keT To -INcorc;ArE THE MES I' LDING, TRUST AND . &sWoW4. Be tt enacted by the Sene and House of Represents ties ot the State of South Caroli n;-ow- met and sitting in Gene ral Assembly, and by the authori ty-ofthe same: That,W. U. Jones, H. J. Max well, I. A. Bowley, P. R. Rivers, IL PStow y James Major, Joseph Quas, M. Hir.ich, C. D. Hayne, John C. Ford, E. Ferguson, James J44ason, T. B. Bascomb, J. S. Mobley and E. M. Sumter, togeth er with such other persons who are no, or may hereafter be ae6oc6ied;wifi~then, be, and they are eeby,,doclared a body poli. tic and corporate, (for the purpose of making loans of money, by eerti&eate or otherwise, secured by mpit e on real estate and gm-Peemlproperty, of any and all escription, or by conveyance of thVIame to 't)eir members and Ckfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 July 1872

FOR PRESIDENT, OkRAtE GRE.ELEY, OF NEW YORK. MFOR VICE-PRESIDENT, GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN, OF MISSOURI. Dr. Neagle has purchased the Laurens . R. The.uage of .the track Will b reduced and the road soon put in opera tion. Eikdenc ewrsrity. Those enterprising journalists, Messrs. Dawson & Riordan, of the Daily NewS, Charleston, we -earn have purebased the handsome aid commodious building know as the South Western R. R. Bank, on Broad Street, at a cost of $15,000. The building will - make an elegant office; we wish the News men a career equal to Bankers. Charles K. aa. This distinguished gentleman died in Charleston, last week, after a painful and protracted illness. Mr. Furman was a financier of acknowledged ability, and a gentleman of large political influence before the war. He was an eminent and honored member of the Masonic Frater nity, and was Past Grand Master of the Smate of South Carolina, Past Deputy Grand High Priest of South Carolina, and Past lieu tenant-General of the Su ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 July 1872

in his Auction Ro.m he T1a5 'BXRl GnaalS T1A-T--AR-ERAD ig $ , Cr9ery.ind:GjV,.wre. that he-wantstoA ,KA* t WIMI. . - 000 Jfee -lOR USNVT .T.ITES'VT-S T RYC'I ,aiT-FOR THF, DISTRKT 7%Q0.TH. AX.LI IW ie: Ifenry H. Kinard, ']airupt-ic jn. accordance <.th. the order of the Herabie.eco&ge S. Bryan, 1. S. Judge fo thelstict of SoutirCarolsna, dated the 5 a44rntjy,A. D. 1872.2.hereby gixe nti~e-to,s creditors o! -the estate of sadBWsppaitfiP :eridfers~ a'rAre q ' d opneetyg py ox'j. e Town- ef &wb ery,jt'11.oeockA. M., on the 23th day of July instarto eonsider whether the es" aidBankrup't sI be. diposed of,_stt;dU aid adi'stribution made thercoi aro'~terdrrrfteett 6f said Bankrept, by-a-Trustee, or Trustees, under the i a -dIoqQf a committee of 'reditors. C. 0 JAEGER, July9,1-. - --Rgtr. The Soqh4ceo*nia,- Veiunbi. Union, arMsh4eston-Cotcrier-wiII- copy once a week until the 25th dat of July, 1,2. 4-TT ON'-:TOG,GIN! M MANUVACTURSD BT J. M. MATHEWS, JIafrSiX, s. c. Who *. -n age...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 10 July 1872

.SUBMISSION.&,. RY MRS. D. E. STEVENS. Father thy hand is heavy on me now, Deep aresthe wounds-each pain is an guish sore Yet to thy righteous will I humbly bow, And love thee Father, only more and would not murmur, at my deep distress, Nor grieve because the way seems dark and long; Nor wish that Thou wouldst make the bur mt,ny dearFather, only make-me strong. When greater trials come than I can meet, Give wisdom,-Lord;-to guide-my doubtful Sittinog ke Mary at her Saviour's feet, An humble lesson would I learn each dcav. I will.not ask for wealth, nor yet for fame, 1ori po4er, nor friends,; for they forsake and flee; I care not if the world forget my name, If Thou my Father dost remember me. I will not ask for health, nor ease from pain rve just ono idol Tef, that too is Thine; Take it; take all; in losing all I gain; For Thou, dear Father, Thou art ever mine. When death shall open wide the welcome door; When I have run the weary, toilsome And all the sorrows of this life are o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 July 1872

VoLIII WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1872. TNEMERAL.D IS PU".MaNEn EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry f. e. ByTho. F.& R. H. Greneker, EditorsandProprietrs. Vsag, SU9ee@gn Invariably in Advanee. Tha paper is stopped at the expiration of tie for which it.is pad. 0- The X mark denotes expiration of sub scription. OFFICIAL. Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the General As sembly of South Caiolina, Regular Session, 1871 and 1872. AN ACT TO INCORPORATE THE PEO PLE'S SAVINGS INSTITUTION. SECTiOk 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa tives of the State of South Caroli na, now met and sitting in Gene ral Assembly, and by the authori ty of the same: That Alva Gage, R. Tomlinson, G. G. I. Cunningham, C. H. West, R. S. Bruns, S. S. Howell, B. C. Pressly, J. H. Wilson, W. Uffer hardt, J. B. Betts, C. L. Burek meyer, John Hanekel, John H. Devereaux, W. MeBurney, W. Y. Leitch, R. Adger, Zimmerman Davis, W. A. Kelly, D. A. Amme, H. Gerdts, H. S. Griggs, 0. R. Levy and -D. T. Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 July 1872

.'LAM ING U 1lY. 10 GUW. Pear little bright-eyed Willie, Always full of g!ee; Always so very mischievous The pride of our home is be. One bright summer day we found him Close by the garden wall, S-anding so grave and dignified, Beside a 4unflower tall. Eis .iny feet he had covered With the moist and cooling sand, The stalk of Che great, tall sunflower He grasped in his chubby hand. When he saw as standing nesr .ipj, Gazing so wonderingly At his baby-4aco, he greeted us W41i a merry shout of glee. We asked our darling what pleased him, lie rep!ied with a face agowv: "Mamia, I'm going to be a man ; l've planted mysclt'to grow." How to Pat on a Corset. At this juncture the coroner desired to show to thejury the course taken by the ball, and for this purpose produced the corset worn by Mrs. Buckhart at the time of the tragedy. "You see," said he-and here he drew the corset around his waist, with the laces in front-"the ball must have gone in hero from behind. No, that can't be, either, ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 17 July 1872

Primne a-e ts. 300 BUSHELS GENUINE RED OATS for sale by WEBB, JONES & PARKER. July 17, 29-tf. LRMARS HALLSTI ILATTHE OLDSTA ND with CHEAPG 0O D S July 17, 29-1t. I NOTICE. ALL persons having claia:s against the Estate of Andersoa Wicker, deceased, will be required to render tbemt properly attest ed at my residence on or before the tenth day of August next, or else no responsibili tv will attach. to subscriber, and I further notify all persons interested that I will on that day make a settlement on said Estate in the Probate Court for Newberry County, ;r4d apply for my discharge as Administra trix, with the-will annexed, of said Estate. her SALLY - WICKER, mark Adm'z., will annexed, Estate of July 11, 29-4t Anderson Wicker CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 'OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. ASSETS --$1,100,000. HON. JEFFERSON DAVS, President. GEN. WADE HAMPTON, Vice President, and Superintendaut of Atlantic Department. J. D. KENNEDY, State Agent. J. F. GLENN, Agent Newberry Co. Among its Dire...

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