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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 April 1874

Special and. Local. .i-jigle,or tunsien1 b.-ine.- moticeI in. the local department are ine-rred tat the rate st of fifteen cents per Hac-liberal contr-.te mad for three, six or t-..elve mon:hs. if. s The American Sardine Co.'s Bone- b less Sardines. are much better, and t less than half the cost of imported f( Sardines. _ TAKE NXrmeE.--A1l partie. havitig Ad ministratorld or Executor's Notices for blication. will save thenseves trouble 0cominlI- )repa):Lred1 to pay for the -a:Le p reinsertion. us our terms are cash. Lawyers hainMM inll stCh notices will be beld responsible ror the paymaeut. 9-P. They will alo be hemd responsible for the in publicatlon of all notices in IAnkrupt casc . Trasicnt advertisemen:i of any kind must be paid for in ady.uce. if the parties adrver- i tising do not reside in towr. Job work and bubscrip:iou, ;tricrly cash. w AU papers shall be stopped hereafter as soon as the term of subicripti-n expires, un less satisfactory arrangements are madle to continue t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 1 April 1874

arm, artu _6us41b. APRIL. & MI T IV I T F I .-e 1|2 31 -4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 11-2 13 14 1511 17 18 191-20 .21 -22. 23 241-25 ;26 27 28 29 30 HINTS ABOUT WORK. Petroleum is very cheap. We wish we could induce every reader to get a barrel and use it freely for presering implements, machines, etc. In cold weather it is better to warm it before using, as wood will absorb much more of it. Examine every implement and ma chine you have; clean it; oil the bolts and tighteu the nuts, and put it in per fect order. Then wash it with petro leuma. (o over it two or three times, and get on as much as the wood will absorb. Get out stone-boat and other planks. Repair old stone-boats and make new ones. Saturate them with petroleum. A farmer should find a stone boat for . every team useful. For ordinary use two-inch plank is thick enough; but for large stones better have them 2j or 3 inches thick. Mend bags. mark them, number them, and put thein in their proper place. A piece of board say three feet ...

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. — 8 April 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agricultur Markets &c Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1874. No. 14. THE HERALD 15 PUBLISHID EVERY WEDNWSDAY M0ORNING9 At Newberry C. N., BY TH09. Ft. GRENEHR FdUtor and Proprietor. Invoriably JW. Advance. -.0Therper is Otopped at the expir9tino lhu*forWhib i ispawd. mark deoe expiration of sub - T,e aw otes~o - f Mu ~~1C ~iL& IT' .E? -WhichA llif1i? which Aball it be?" * I looked at Jobn. Joha looked at me, (]16i.'Paftjent John, who loves meo yet As wreii as tbol my loks were jet); And whiIfun.thUaUt mst5lpeA My,vofeeseened stra-ageLy low and weak. -0" irzwwn -what Robert said;" ad then I isenainxbeat MY head. -This Is bis letter:" A homse and land while you shall live, If. In return, from out your seven One child fbi are to me isgiu.' I looked at Join's old gurm9ANuss * I:SoMbhtbt &U t aJohn -adome Of povwr.y ad work and cake# -Whjeb--j, though williag, could not sha-re; I tbo4ghi of sevcn mouths to feed, ...

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. — 8 April 1874

The Tax-Payers Before Presi dent Grant. We publish below the address o Hon. W. D. Porter, Chairman of thi Tax-Payers Committee to wait on th President and to memorialize Con gress; also the President's brief repTy' -MI. PRESTDENT.--We are dele gates frm the Taxpayers Conventioi of South Carolina, and are charge< wtkh tision. to thi authoritie&A Washington, to lay before thei a grea miblie grievance under which our peo pe are 'laboring, and to invoke th .,ympathy and aid of the Federal Gor crnment to afford us the relief whiel *i elivin6t been able to procure foi onrselves. We know the power, wor afand political, of this government iind believe that it can, if it will, re dres3 our grievance. It is difieult in the few minute that we feel at liberty to trespass upoi your time to make an adequate pre santation of the pitiable condition. i whiclh South Carolina is placed. T give yo any conception of it, it is ne cessarv to state her condition at tv eTe of the war. ~No one knows b...

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. — 8 April 1874

Lp W. an LocaL AUigle or tr;p-sieqt 'buy-ines not,icet in of fifteen .4wuzs per ;iae-libera, cnutreet 12ade forthee; vx or twelve monfhs. It. The American Sardine Co.'s Bone Kes Sardines;-are nch better, a&V ess than h:lf the cost of impord Sad ie 8-1ad. 'TAKE NOTC-A part.ies havin;Ad tatnistrAtor's or Executor's Notices for Ub1W1tionl. will save themuselve- trouble cmu.iug parepared to pay for-the sane Aefore inserti. as or: terns :tre ca - L.aUe.r.aIiiltg aiur nottees will be beld responsible for :ht- paynient. -. They will alo be held.responsible f6*the piblikatton oiill*'notic., in lp.irkrtipt ces. - 2 i-SO ntA:-die i6ebihlan?th-ind rust the partie. adv& ~ k d-ab. rid1ot s:rictly cah. Al p:pers .xha. be ,topped hereaft."_ - n as-iI-Sern of sub cripion txpites, un 4s stcory Wrngemntts. are rnmde to *.otitnaamssbame. - .a The'A 4 ldderotesexpia--io:" after ftat - " tppaper it dsco M snied. Nwxb M ethWop in mind. 3-tf, *..W. E & W.. : $ ii-d- Sprin:: Clo:Ihin,. BReiii:i...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 April 1874

APRIL. S J, I| Tj IV Tj F S, 1- 1 2 I31 4! 5 61- 7 8 9 10 11! 12 13114 1.516 17 181 19 204 21122*I231 24 -25 )26.27 28129 30 - - BEST WAY TO -PREPARE SAL'T-FISH DINNERS. Cut the fish in rather small pieces, wash it thoroughly in warm water, and leave it in cold water over. night. Early in the morning remove the skin from the pieces, wash again, and put them in.cold.water over a fire, and let emea ery gradually to a boil. Then remove the vessel farther back on the stove, and let it re main at an almost boiling point. Actual boiling hardens the fish. (Jhange the water once during the -process, adding hot water; keep it at the same temperature letting it:boil only once for a few minutes when nearly done. While the fish is cooking pare nicely as many po tatoes as necessary, removing care fully every imperfection from the surface and put them as fast as prepared into cold water, with a little salt in it. Boil in separate utensils small - o.ioas, beets, or -parsnips if in sea Son.' Put th...

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. — 8 April 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. Vol. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1874. No. 14. THE HERALE IS ?CBLISflED EVERY WEDNESDAY MOINING, At Newberry C. M., BY THOS. F. GRENEKER, Editor and Proprie?or. Terms, $2.50 per Jnnun Ivariably in Advance. 9s The per is stopped at the expiration a a=* for = f'it paid. i ( Tka.)4 mat denotes expiration of sub attry.. MWICH SHALL IT BE? "Which shall it be? which isall it be?" I looked at John. John looked at me, (Dear, patient John, who loves me yet As well as tho' my locks were jet); And when I found that I must speak My'voice seetued strangely low and weak. "rell me again what Robert said;" And then I list'ning beat my head. 'ThIs is hia letter:" "I will give A house and land while you shall live, If, in return, from out your seven One child for aye to me is given." I looked at John's old garments worn, I thought of all that John had horne Of poverty and work and care, Which 1, though willi...

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. — 8 April 1874

The Tax-Payers Before Pres dent Grant. We publish below the address oi Hon. W. D. Porter, Chairman of the Tax-Payers Committee to wait on the President and to memorialize Con .giess; also the President's brief reply MR. PRESIDENT.-We are dele gates from the Taxpayers Convention of South^ (arolina, and are charged with a mission to the authorities at WMigfon, id lay before thei a gre Tublic grievance uDder which our peo pliare lahorinr; -nd to invoke tl svmpathy and aid of the Federal Gov mient to affori us the reliei whih we :ave not been able to procure for -uoseives. . We kn'ow the power, nior al and political, of this government. ad believe that it can, if it will, re dress our grievance. .It is difficult in the few minutes that we feel at liberty to trespass upon your time to make an adequate pre sentation of the pitiable cudition in which South Carolina is placed. To give you any conception of it, it is .ne eessarv to state her condition at the close >f the war. No one know....

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. — 8 April 1874

Local. All single or transient busines ntie., in Q&AnWI*ai*'t ftilertadw lie d9e - o reen cnts..pmr liau-liberu! ca 3ade for 4W'4inx-or twelve oon"ths. t. en -. time os B n 1D6.arIneLS, are mchbtter.:uidW km than half the ciAt of importe Sa :frdines. 8-1v.' .sC TAKx.Nrim.Mit parlie hi; .ynntraaje or Exvcnto's Nottei-,>r publie-ition. will savo the-wave. troule by Coming prep:. to pay for-the sMtre r6'Inserthii., as our turi" a:*. c:ash w ~3ers mniTg in .uli xzotiCe6 Wil be r despoble for t.h. jmLAAt, -% , 9-t. * ~ Th~ wr.1l alo be his i resporsitale fora.the ptidacana oahril naodee.-in Rtnkr:pt e,ses. &vwgiMtXdxCtebe:ts of var kimd regist -- Ndb for ia u-,ime t ;fhe pa:-te uslyer p unt;eside in on ~1p pers s.hall be sto;ppte iiereafter as n a th4 term of !ubwcritioa xpi:vs, nu ieu sali'factory arrangements are midC to ii' oJtiln-e t Wae. -~ rhe .4 aart dIenotesexpirtatio:i--after tirar Reat Lhse thinz in mind. R. & W. O S%.IffMdd-A Spr:n;: Ciothinz. B!-:kaust D. LkW-N...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 8 April 1874

marm, (aratti~ 9R5theI. APRIL. T J W T F ST -1 2 31 8 9 1() R)l 12 1 3 14 15.16 17 18: 19 20- 21 22 '23 .24 - 25 26 27 28 9 30 - BEST WAY TO PREPARE SALT-FISU DINNERS. Gut the fish in rather small pieces, wash it thoroug'ly in warm water, and leave it in cold water over night. Early in the morning remove the skin from the pieces, wash again, and put them in cold water over a fire, and let come very gradually to a boil. Then remove the vessel farther back on the stove, and let it re main at an almost boiling point. Actual boiling hardens the fish. Change the water once during the process, adding hot water; keep it at the same temperature letting! it boil only once for a few minutes when nearly done. While the fish, is cooking pare nicely as many po tatoes as necessary, removing care fully every imperfection from the surface and put them as fast as prepared into cold water, with a little salt in it. Boil in separate utensils small onions, beets, or parsnips if in sea son. Put the pota...

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. — 15 April 1874

A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets & ol. X.. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1874. No. 15. IS PUBLISRED EVErY WEDNESDAY VORNING, At Newberry C.11., Editor and Proprietor. "Ter-ss $2.50 per ItusM luvariably in Advance. t The p ist at the espIration Z7 The ;4 mark denotes expiration of sul s~. OE. t h ip r sons old Sweyn, the Saxoa had; Brave, hardy lads for battle, or the chase #Ir hy4ik peasn, barbarously cla< worettie ~le s nolie fhAtis face 'er another.ose their heads In tiers. s r tir father's bbiorable years. 9Oenight ia atwma sat they round- the fir ft the rudecabin bountiful of home; Mild by the rev'rence due from child to sire Bold in manhood unto mast'ry come; Working their tasks o'er huntsman's foreq Loos'ning the bow and sharpening the spesi Lost in t Is thougbts,old Sweyn, the Saxon Leaning in silence 'gainst the chimney stone; St ring.uconslous at the blazing wood, teped in the mood pof mind he oft ha< known; As an ol...

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. — 15 April 1874

Aets Passed at the Recent Ses -in othe General Asreubly. AN ACT TO AMEND.AN ACT ENTITLED "AI ACT TO UqCORPORATE THE SPARTA"BUp.G 'A N'D ASHEVILLE RATLROAD COMPANY. - ' it enacted, 'by the Senate aud House of IBepresentatives of the State of SouhCarolin, nQw met and sitting i1W irat b Assemby,;and by the au thority of the Same: -gt=9*g, ,ThWUrm and afwr. the passage of this act it shall be law Mf for any county. town or city yT. this State, interested in the construe r~ arghSp s&bu and_A..hcIIk ailroa.d in South Caroliua,, or aIV n=ch theiof, io 'sh-scri> to the capital stock of said comipany, or of ny. company.with which it iay c it golidat*or unite, such sum, and to be payable in such manner as the people or the proper authorities of such coun -j',town or city shall deem best, de ermine and -authorize: Provided, Thattheanount of stock to be sub. gcribed shall not exceed five per cen turn of the entire valuation of the en tire property of the county, town or ..-;ty so subscri...

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. — 15 April 1874

SPial'id Local. -gir!ALb&"iinsiezt, busiuess.otices in the local .t .Upeut are inserted at the rate of fiftect tebtper Iiac-liberal contrActo a*le for three, six or twelve months. tf. 'he American Sardine Co.'s Bone- | less.Sardines, are much better, and Wess-than half thC cost of imported Sardines-.-v -TAR2.dtcl.-All parties having A ministrator'a or Executor's Notices for -ublication, will save themselves trouble -y coming prepared to pay for the saiue -befte ion, as.our terms are cash. - r4'wyemb.anding in such notiees will be h.eldzresponsible for the paymient. Tley wfil als be beld responsible for the aab.tion ot 3lnices in sankrept cases. Transient advertisements of any kindintst be paki:f*n adVanc_if the parties adver tl,#ng-_dnt'residein town. obwo1g.atW subscriptions strictly ca,Jr,-' All ppes shall be -,topped hereafter as 8.oon as the term of subscription expires, un 4ess s4tilactory arrangements are made to hej.qawrk deno res.expiration-after that Abz tedisper.Adisco...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 April 1874

APRIL. 8 MI T W 1 T F1 8 - 1 2 3i 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12- 13 14 15116 17118 - 1920121 22823-24925 26 27 28 29 130 - TH OUGHTS FOR THE MONTH. We hope all of our readers have misde careful and thorough preparation for the summer crops. Where land has been deeply broken, weil pulver ized and manure properly put in, half the battle is over. A good start makes a good run-one who is behind Aand at planting time, will hardly ev ifully catch up; if he does succeed in so doing, it will only be through extra labor, which might have been saved. Unfortunately, too many are caught napping in this respect-trust. ing to secure a proper preparation of the soil during the first workings of the crops. It is true that on old lands, deficient in vegetable matter, hard rains may so impact the soil as to neces sitate deep ploughing after the crop is planted; but when it can be avoided, it is highly desirable to do so. The true policy in the early spring months is-whenever practicable-to go over the' crops ...

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. — 15 April 1874

-A Family Companion, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agrculture$arkets &e NatXK. <Y~ .. WEDNESDAY MORNIN, APRIL 15, 1874. No. 15 THEH HE RALD IS PUBLISHED IY-WEDNESDAY XOlMWXGl -~Editor imdProprietor. luvarlablY in ldvane-. Z7 The M vwk denotes eXptmtiOnou old Sweyn, the SAX011, Brave. hardy l-M. U01te, or7 tb* qbws~; tma)9O~ clal, 0' th kelr hpads in tierK, nor b1e jean. Or"" A t"ey.rouad -the fu"Of CiN~aseubowSifid of bown; M by the rev'rence, dw frMb ild to tire,_ Working their awks o'er huntsmlus- fbmct te w avA %w aSone;mey Td #d Tohad known; As*auzold tree 4", Imutest branches shake. * wil take. ? . I)1IU~'had done, AlV.md, thea Dif laid his spear aside. aud.tan theirtVJ&gott Z * ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ p was t~rieCDWO~Otlk. lAt us to co 0"eyul had raised his MBo,at pali-mnedJixr?" ex elaimed Logan, in uncoritrollable gissio4, ddWibg bach his hand,and maing,avttion ~ if .be were ab6ut to slap the other in the face. The eyes of Wilson quailed not, nor was the smallest qui...

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. — 15 April 1874

esgsed as tle Rseeens Ses -sion of the General Awsemby. O ~AiE A)$ACT ATEE "AN ACT TO INORWPRATE dRE PARTANBURG A ND ASIFPILLE RAILROAD COMPANY. enacte4 ae. te and Zeese.oAepressativ. of tie StaW of Sout.h Car6lin*,%6ika- and sitting aAnm 1y an by-the au-. the Y5% a9$a elaw flt flnu or city il this f?W teirese in tte coistrue tion of the Syattnberg and Ashevill capit tock of said company, or of any company with which it may con sbiate r unite,-such sum and to be .'pyable fa'se64nnet as-the-people eth.proper-ntoties fsuch oun r city shall deem best, ~de termine and authorize: Provided, 4 tfrda -ou tf st-kto be sub sobd'shafb-ot A teei#-:f.ve -per, en v,tmaobfAhAtiire valusifie of tb en tire pioperAy of tbe county& town or , city- so subscrited Provided, further ' v:%feAowntiy;e ity) r town sub -grseibigguder:the iraisies. ofthis ~et,&e-g.pita stok-of the; said raifroad coipany, shall-ave iassue. to the said County, city or town .refer sele i'naiderailrCoad company, to - heiam...

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. — 15 April 1874

PeClanEt Local3 OAL d ii ijd f it ko es in the local dejrtgog *e Inserted at the rate of fif.een cents per line-liberal contraCts made:or three, six or twelve months. tt. 1hW-AMeri6n Sardine Co.'s Bone -less Sardines, are much better, and less than half the cost of imported Sardines.-ly TAxE NonCE.-A-- parties baviDg Ad ministrator's or Executor's Notices for, Tylbliation. will saVe themelvestrubTe To4ming prepared,to pay for the same igdeton, as our terms are cash. ng in such notlees will be --d-responsible for the, payment. They ll lso b6 b6ld responsible for the .3 uai timi oat nodices-in 1lirkript cass Tnmeslent adverdisements of any kind must d1W -#ZW -kT the parties adver lsin&d not resie in town. A*biork deabscriptions strictly cash. - *pe -shalt be stopped hereafter asv 4 sat fsrei .o'subspiexpires, un ML lf-.arraagements are made to -A A. VWaX***notesexphiraon-afte- that * NDEX. To Nw ADVERTISEXENTs. A.smp-Dry Goods. i . Cwrington-Sherilrs Sale. X -. . Mae-Land and Labo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 15 April 1874

*1 APRIL. MjT W 'T F 81 - -1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 f1.3 14 15 16 17 18 .21 22 23 24 25 26!1-27 128 2913 - T 4 U GTS FOR THE We hope al of our readers have mide careful and thorough preparation for the summer crops. Where land haleen deeply broken, well pulver isedand manure properly put in, half W.'battle is over. A good start makes a good run-one who is behind hand at plautlug time, will hardly ev er fully catch up; if he does succeed - .MAAing, it will eely be through extra labor. which might have beei saved. Unfortunately, too many are cjugl napping in this respect-trust iig tw secure a propea preparation of the soil during the frst workings of tW erops. Itis truethat oa old lands, igeftei in :vegetable matter hard rains may so ipaet the soil as to neces sitate deep ploughing after the crop it planted; but when it can be avoided, it is highly desirableto do so. The true policy in the early spring months is--whenever praeticable-to go over the -rops rapidly and frequently, with some...

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 April 1874

A Family Compaition, Devoted to Literature, Miscellany, News, Agriculture, Markets, &c. Vo. X. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1874- o 16 M THE HERALD IS PUBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, At Newberry C. H., BY THOS. F. GRENEMKR, Editor and Proprietor. Terms, S2.50 per .fnnum, Invariably in Advance. -Tbe paper is stopped at the expiration of time for w ich it is Paid. 7 The M mark denotes expiration of sub 1cription. THE CLOSING SCENE. BT T. BUCHANAC READ. IThe following is announced by the West i"er Review the finest American poem ever written:1 Within the sober realms of leafless trees, The russet'year inhaled the dreamy air, Like some tanned ieaper in his hour of ease; When all the fields are lying brown and bare. The gray barns, looking from their hazy, hills, O'er the dan waters widening in the vales, Sent down the air a greeting to the mills, On the dull thunder of alternate falls. All sights were mellowed, and all sounds sub dued, The hills seemed further and the streams san...

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. — 22 April 1874

Aets Passed t the Recent Sex sioq of the General Assembly. A.S;ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE RE1E)MP TION OF' T2FEITERD LAND.', UTON CERTAIN CONDITIONS T H E R E I N MENTIONEU: Be it' edacted by the Senate and House of Represe*Wtatives of the State of South irdIin, now met anfdsittine, in General' issembly, and by the au thority of.the sazme: SECTION T. Thit in all cases where lands havebeen forfeited to the Stte by virtue of existing laws, for the non payment of taxes prior to the passage of this act, and where the titles to said lands still remain in the State, the owners of said lands, or, if they be dead, their legal representatives or heirs at law, shall have the right, and they are hereby authorized to redeem the same, upon the payment of all taxes, costs and penalties due and ow ing upog the same withiu twelve months after the ratification of this act au4the county auditors of those couatiki -here such lands are situate. upon the payment of such taxes, costs and penalties within the...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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