{1866 Yorkville paper but it's near enough to be interesting I hope.}

Oct.11, 1866

Enquirer- three dollars and fifty cent per year; two dollars for six months.

MR. JOHN R. ALLEN, Post Master at Chester C.H. is our authorized agent for

Chester District.

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The following panels of Grand and Petit Jurors, were drawn for the

Spring Term of 1867:

Grand Jurors- HUGH SIMPSON, REUBEN CRANFORD, REV. R. LATHAM, R.C.

McCARTER, DR. A. CRAVEN, S.J.H. ALEXANDER, WM.BRIDGES, E.D. THOMSON,

COL. J.H. BARRY, F.B. THOMASSON, JAS. ASH, BENEDICT KIMBRELL, JAS.

McCULLOUGH, W.M. ASH, MORRISON RUSSELL, J.L. MOORE, W.J. BOWEN, DANIEL

NICHOLS, D.D.MOORE, G.L. RIDDLE, J.F. NIVENS, JAS.H. McGILL, J.B.

WHITESIDES, SAMUEL McCARTER.

Petit Jurors- S.M. HANNA, J.N. McELWEE JR., HUGH TATE, M.L. TATE, HENRY

WATSON, DR.J.S. CROSBY, T.K. BATES, J.R. FARIS, W.A. BALES, A.A.

McKENZIE, G.A. PATRICK, S.J. KIMBRELL, J.L. BENNETT, J. ED JEFFREYS,

J.M. ROBINSON, J.B. PATRICK, CAPT. J.J. WILSON, JAMES MEEK,

JAS.B.DAVIDSON, S.D. CAROTHERS, J.H. AUSTELL, WILLIS MOSS, A.W.

WHISONANT, R.R. STRAIT, W.G. STEELE, H.J. ALLISON, J.H. ABERNATHY, W.A.

BARRETT, HENDERSON WHISONANT, R.T. LATHAM, A.S. WALLACE, COL. W.B.

ALLISON, W.B. STEELE, RICHARD INGRAM, JOSEPH PARKS, CALVIN WHISONANT,

SMITH PATTERSON, D.T. PEGRAM, L.P. SADLER, J.D. WYLIE, MOSES ALEXANDER.

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MISS WILKINS told her ma she wanted to go to Newport to look for something

very particular for her dear pa. When asked what it was, she replied " a

son-in-law ".

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DEATH OF REV. R.Y. RUSSEL

It is with pain that we announce the death of this esteemed and venerable

servant of God. He has long been known in our district and by his eminent

labors, and devoted life, had won respect of all. Very tender ties bound him

to many; from many a heart, prayer will ascend for his bereaved family, many

will weep tears of genuine sorror at his loss.

May the tender mercies of a gracious God and Father, be abundantly

manifested to his srticken household.