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/iEWBERRYT I-IERAPP LEMEINIT.
NEWBERRY, S. 0.
Wodnesday, December 13, 18YL
The correspondept of the New York
Herald, who has given to that paper
a truthful view of matters in the up
BNrwNq Two EVILS.-The sup
pression of the Ku Klux organization
is an eveat not to be regretted. While
t owed its orgin to the mal-adminis
tration of the State officials, it is un
doubtedly responsible for many at
r0cious outra1res. Could it have been
r,ossble to have confined it to its
original mission, it would have greatly
benefited South Carolina. In two or
three of the Counties. its bold and de
terinined, though utterly lawless, ac
tion against criminals compelled
Gov. Scott to remove some of
.the scoundrelly officials he had pre
v1ously foisted upon the people, and
apooint honest and impartial men.
Its equally lawless opposition to the
negro militia averted a bloody strug
gie berween the whites and blacks.
This much is said in favor of the Ku
Klux without any feeling or jot of
svmpathy for them. The famous
fi-ilance Committee of San Francisco
was au equally lawless combination of
men, but who will deny that it benefi
t.ed California immensely? Unfor
tanately, there were elements among
tho Ku Klux which took advantage
ofits existence to gratify their own
:rivat aniiosities, and they killed
and.ot meu at will and pleasure.
1'da it been left undisturbed for
twele months longer, it would have
probably become intolerable to every
honest man ; then the better clisses
wnuld have risen and crushed it.
Whether it would not have been best to
have let the Ku Klux run their course
until society stifled them to death by the
mere force of opinion, is a question
I sull not discuss. Certainly the
.Uited States would have been bene
mied by such a course; for 1 tell you,
'U zili seriousness, believing that I
write the solemn truth, that the whole
sale arrests making in these Counties,
the almost Russian despotism inagu
rated in this State, and the knowledge
tiat the present movement places
her more utterly in the power ot
irrant uegroes and thieving polit
i adventurers, are filling the hearts
Lf the white people of South Carolina
with a bitter, relentless hatred of the
(Governmnent itself, more fatal to the
Union than all the Ku Klux dens
ever organized could possibly have
Man-A bubble on the ocean's
icasure-A gleam of sunshine
1pssjng soon away.
Love-A morning stream whose
memory glides the day.
Faith-An anchor dropped be
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Ciharity-A stream meandering
'om the bount of love.
Bible-A guide to realms of
en:d ess joys above.
Thmall vices indulged, are little
th:ieves that let in greator ones.
Want of prudence is too fro
qu"'ntly the want of virtue.
lie who pelts every barking dog
m'et pick up a great many etones,
.F'>w are wise enough to distin
gnhi between shadowv and sub
PapeincelC is one of the~ oldest
and best teachers, but her cbarges
are ruin:ousiy high.
The New York lb rald says;
(Governor Scott, of South Caro
lina, has stopped all further issue
of State bonds." No, the people
stpped it. Scott would have boon
goin ahead uratil now if his ras
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We should give as we ,recieve
cheerfully, quickly, and without
bestitation-for there is no grace
ina benefit that sticks to t.he
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Eit H. CHRITI'TAN.
STATE OF SOFT11 (CA11011NA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRIY-IN
ExParte John C. Wilson as Adm'r, &c.
Petition for Sale of Personal rroperty.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate
Judge, I %ill sell on Wednesday, the 20th
inst., at the residence of Thomas R. Wilson,
dec'd., all the personal property of said
dec'd., consisting of
Cotton seed, &c.,
Household and Kitcher. Furnirure, etc.
Ternis of sale-eash. No property to be
removed until paid for.
[Signied] T. 31. PAYSING ER,
Dec. 6, 49-3t. S. N. C.
SI'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
By order of the Judge of Proba.e, for New
berry County, dated 5th Decemher, 1871, 1
will sell, at the late residence of Thaddeus S.
Boinest, deceased, In said County,
On Wednesday the 20th day of
the personal estate of said deceased, consist
Cattle, Sheep, Hog1.
Cotton, Corn, Fodder,
Kitchen Furniture, &c.
TERMR OF SALE CASIT.
'll0S. M. PAYSINGER, Sheriff N. C.
Dec. 6 49-3t.
In the Common Pleas-Newberrv.
Silas Jobnstoue, Com'r. vs. Spence F. Beard,
Bill for Partition, &o.
By order of the Court of Comminon lles for
Newberry County. I %%ill sell. on the first .iou
day in January next, all that'Trot of Land sit
nate in Newberry Couuy. on waters of sunnon's
Creek, containing onte hiunidved and nine vcres,
more or less. bounded bv lands of Sophia Neel,
Abram Moore. 3Mrs. Grithb. and others.
Terms of sale-Cash.
Dec 6 49 4 TIMS. 31. LAKE, Referee.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY ()F NEWBERRY-COURT
OF COMMON PLEAS.-Albert J. Haiti
wanger, William lIabliwanger, and John M.
Proctor, as Copartners in trade, tuder the
name and firm of A. J. Haltiwanger and
Co:npany, Plaintifrs, against .oseph Maner
Lawton, otherwise called J. Maner Liwton,
Defendant--'opy Suninons-For Money
Demand.-[Complaint Served.]-To Jo
seph Maner Lawton, Defendant in this ac
tion: You are hereby summoned unil re
quired to answer the complaint in this ac
tion, of which a copy is herewith servod
upon you, and to serve a copy of your an
swer on the subscribers at their office, at
Newberry Court House, South Carolina,
within twenty days after the service of this
ummous on you, exclusive of the day of
If you fail to ans%er this complaint with
in the time aforesaid, the plaintif will take
judgment ngainit you for the sum of one
hundred and ininety three dollars and sev
enrty cents, with interest at the rate of seven
per cent. per annum, from the twenty-first
day of November, one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-one, an(d costs.
Dated, 21st day of November, 1871.
FAIR, P(IPE & POPE
To the Derendant .JtiEPi[ MANm l-AW
TON: rake notice thiatthze summunr. in tjhis ae
tou, of which the foregoinr is a copy. n r,fie
in the OfBee of the Clerk of thne Court of Com
mon Pleas, at Newberry Court hiouse, in thme
Cour.ty of Newberry, in the state of $outh ('aro
lie, on the 20th dav of Novembelar. A . 1). 1571.
B'AIt. PU l'E & l'PP,
Newberny <'. H.. s. C.
28th dlay of November 1871. N ov. 29, 48--Gt.
Columbia Ph<nuix publish ince a week for six
weeks. and send bill to F.. P. & 1'.
Administrator's Notice for Fi
I do here-by give notice to all whom it
mayv concern, that I i!! make a 6niul st
fein:.it on the Estates of' J. -J. andl A. W.
EEl)lt, .Jr, dee'd., ont the '.;d da- oif
Decembner next, in the P'robaxte Gourt for
Newberry Go unty, and apply for a final dis
charge as Administrator of' said Estates.
Nov. 22, 4'7-St.
I would respectfully refiuest all who are
in any wise indebted to me to please settle
the same, at least by the FIRST oF JIANU
A RY NENT, as I desire to be in Charleston
as early after that time as I can.
TIHOS. F. H ARMON.
Nov. 1.5, 46-7t.
BY authority of the will of ISAAC EL.
LAR, dee'd., we will sell at his late resi
On Tuesday, the 19th Day of
All the Real and Personal Property belong
ing to said Estate, (not otherwise disposed
of by will).
The retal Estate will be sold in three
separate tracts, viz:
The Old Place-Contzaining 148 4-10
More or less, adjoiting lands of A. Welch,
W. .. Wilber, Jas. A. Welch, other lands
or Estate of I. Keller, and Estate of J. .J.
The Sloan Tract-Contaiinn 137 7-10
More or less, ndjoining lands of Jas. A.
Welch. W. M. Kinard, Estate of J. .1. Sloan
and other lands of Estate of I. Keller.
The Glasseek Tract-Contathing 122
More or less, ndjoinin!g lands of W. E. E-.
dy, Mrs. Gampbell, W. M. Kinard, aid
A Large Lot of FLOUR,
One Road Wagon,
i Carriage and IIarness,
Plantation Tools, etc.
TFR.s or S.%r.-: -The person-il proportY
will be sold for Cash. The hind, o, -hal
WaSh, te b:laleC ott a erelit of one var,
with interest from dnte. Tho prelne r to
ive bowd and mortgaae, (with the righLt to
foreclose without snit) of the preini!es to
secure ihe purchase tmoney.
R". IT. WRIGIT, 1 Ex'ors
JOHN T. PETERSON, j
Nov. 22, 47-4t.
TIIE STATE OF OUTHICAlO
LINA. COUNTY OF NE\ BERRY- oLIRT
o(F COMMON PLEAS-.times N. Lipscomb,
Plaintiff, against .Joeph Mmt.r Lawion, Du
fenda:-Copy Summons-for moneY de.
mrand.-(Complamt served )-To Jo,eph 1sa
ner Lawton, Defendant in this action: You
are hereby sunimoned and required to an
swer the complaint in this actiou, of which it
copy is herewith served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your an.wer on the subscri
bers at the4r offiec, at Newhcrry Court Ilote,
South Carolina, within twenly days after the
!ervice of this sumtons.on you, exclusive of
the day of seryice.
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of thirteen
hundred and twenty-five dollars, with inter
est at the rate of seven per cent per annum,
from th.e twenty-first day of November, onc
thousaid eight hundred and seventy-oae, and
Dated, 21st day of Nrvember, 1871.
FA IRH, Po PE & POPE,
To the Defordant J 3E1Pt MANI- LAW
To N: Take. notice that the -unirnoxs in this :ie
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy. was filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Ci
mnoO Pleas. at Newberry Court lJouse. in the
County ofNewbeorry, in the State o; Soutti 'aio
lius. on the 28tU dav of November. A. 1). 1871.
FAt. l'PI & POPE1',
Nin berry C. I.. . C.
28th day of Novembeor. 147L- Nor. 29. .18-t
,oiumoiliaeoix pubish~t 'once a week for six
weeks. and sLe bill to F., -P. & P.
Til I- STATE OF SOUTIT CAi10
LINA. COUN tY oF NF.W IlElRY-CoUIRT
OF CO M MON PLEAS--Albe-rt J1. llattiwant
ger, Plaintiff iagainist .losephil M:mer Latwton,
Defndant-Co,py Summt toot<-for mnoney dec
mand -Complaint se-rv-eu I-o to.i,eh Ma
nr La:wton , D efe-ndant int this ation : You
are hereby summoned andl ri quired to an
swr the cotmplaitnt in this action, of which a
COPY is herewith .,erved up~on you. :md to
serve a copy of your answer on the stntscri
bers at their office, at Newherry Court llouse,
South Carolina, within twenty datys after the
st-vice of this summoas on you, exclutsve
of the day of 5eriice.
If yott fail to answer this comph:tnt withint
the tinme aforesaid, the paiititf wi!l takeC
judgment :u,.ainst you for th;e sum of one
hundred arnd six dollars atnd forty cents, with
interest at the rate of seven per cent. per an
ntm, from the twenty-seventh day of No
vember, one thoQusantd eight hutndredI and
seventy-one, andI costs.
Dated, 27th day of November, 1S7L
FAIlR, Ph P1E & POP1E,
To the D)efendant J SEPIR MANEli LaW-.
TON: Take notice that the Summons iu this ac
tion. of which tie f. regoing is a copy. was fiuced
in the Office ofthe Cleerk or the Co-urt of Corn
mon Pleas. at Newberry Court liouse, in the
County of Newberry. in the State of South Caro
lin, on the28th day of November. A. D. 1871.
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