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Two New Orleans Editors Crack
Away at Each Other.
News and Courier.
Nxw ORLEANS, June 7.-A duel
was fought this morning at the
Slaughterhouse between M:ajor E. A.
Burke, of the Times-Democrat, and
C. H. Parker. editor of the Picayune.
Pistols were used and five shots ex
changed. At the fifth shot Burke
was shot through both thighs, though
no bone was broken, and the wound is
not considered dangerous.
On Friday last Maj. Burke, feeling
aggrieved at certaiu editorial articles
which recently appeared in the Pic-!
ayune, sent a pereu.ptory challenge
to Mr. Parker, the editor of the
Picayune, to fight him a duel. Mr.
Parker accepted, and his represen
tatives, Geo. L. Hall and Jas. A.
Renshaw, named Mississippi rifles as
the weapons. Burke had the choice
of distance, and Jas. D. Houston and
Maj. Jno. A. Augustine, his seconds,
fixed it at two and a half paces. Al
though no reasons were given by
Burke's friends fl naming so short
a distance it is generally understood
they did so because of the reputed
expertness of Mr. Parker with the
weapon selected. The weapon not
being satisfactory, after a cnference
regular duelling pistols were fioally
agreed upon as the weapons. and the
distance -twenty paceR. the groud
select&d being in St. Bernard Pari:b.
near the Sirul,terht;use Maj. Burke
and his friends arrived first. and were
soon joined by Mr. Parker and his
friends. Burke' seen,uds won the
toss for position and Hall was selected
t, give the word.
Everything being in readiness the
principals took the positions assigned
them, and at the word the weapons
were discharged almost simultaneous
ly, neither of the gentlemen being
hurt. An effort -was made by the
seconds to adjust the difficulty, but
Burke's friends held that their prin
cipal had been wronged, and asked if
the wrong would be righted. Par
ker's friends admitted that Burke waa
a man of courage, and they thought
that was sufficient. Burke's friends
claimed that the Picayune's crit
icisms were outside the role of journ
alism. Mr. Parker's friends stated
that he had the right to criticise any
. public official, and still reserved that
As no compromise could be effected
the principals took their positions for
the second shot, which, like the first,
was without result. Unsuccessful
efforts similar to thoso after the first
followed the second round. After the
third round a long parley ensued,
Burke's friends demanding that Par
ker should acknowledge the bravery
and personal and official integrity of
Burke, which his friends claimed Par
ker had impugned in a series'of ar
ticles in the Picayune. As Parker's
friends deelined to make a satisfactory
disclaimer, no further effort at a
compromise was made, and the fourth
and fifth rounds followed.
At the fifth fire Major Burke was
shot through both thighs about eight
inches above the knee, and would
have fallen but was caught by his
seconds. When Parker's seeonds dis
covered that Burke had been wounded
they asked permission for their party
to retire from the ground. This re
quest was granted by the seconds of
the other side. The parties then sep.
-- arated, Burke being conveyed to his 1
residence on Camp street and Parker
repairing to the Picayune office.
Those who witnessed the duel agree
in stating that the principals acted
with remarkable courage and coolness,
and that the affair was conducted an
cording to rules prescribed by the
*Code. Drs. Scott and Loeber, the
physicians in attendance, at once
dressed Major Burke's wounds and do
not consider them dangerous. This
evening he is resting quietly and his
physicians have no reason to appre
head serious trouble. The duel was
-the sabject of general conversation
throughdut the city to-day, but the
.?Eening Picayune makes no mention
of the affair.
How sad to see a child growing up 1
with an emaciated appearance, sores
cemering the body, giving evidence of a
Ser3fulous taint in the blood. This
can all be eradicated by the use of a
few bottles of S. S. S., which has
-never been known to fail to cure the
worst case of Scrofula in any tage.
It is guaranteed if directions are obh
served, Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per
A Horrible Deed.
CHI CAO, June 10.-Casper Sey bolt
is a baker who works at-night. Af
ter he had left his home last evening
.his wife began preparations for a hor- 1
rible deed. The pair had four children I
aged respectively twelve, seven, and
two and a half years, and a baby of
four months. She dressed the four
in fresh white clothes, with bright
ribbor , and then gave them strych
nine, and as soon as they were dead
laid them out carefully, with flowers
in their hands and all their surround
ings made as beautiful as possible.
Having put on a fresh white chemise
decorated with ribbons she took a dose
of poison herself. This was just before
her husband's return at five o'clock
this morning. When ho appeared at
- -- the door, she met him and said:
"Come and see the ehildren, they are
all dead and gone to Heaven, See
how pretty they are, with nice flowers
for the angels."
One of the children was still alive,
.but has since died. Mrs. Seybolt
died about 7 o'clock this morning.
The cause of the woman's act is un
known. It is considered that she was
A Valuable A ddition.
Because it is beneficial to the scalp ]
and adds to personal beauty by -re-i
storing color and lustre to gray or:
faded heir, is why Parker's Hair Bal- I
T he Herald..
THOS. F. GRENEKER, Ennoir s
W. H. WALLACE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
CHURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1882
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect a Fam
y Newspaper, devoted to the material in
,rests of the people of this County and the
tate. It circulates extensively, and as an
Avertising medium offers unrivalled ad
antages. For Terms, see first page.
The experience of this year, so
ar, goes to prove that the soil has
general average productiveness ;
hat if small crops are raised one
'ear the yield of the next will be
roportionally large, or vice versa.
Lhis fact is illustrated in the see
ion of Edgefield County lying be
'ond Saluda. Last year a portion
f this section had good crope, and
uother portion had very poor
iops ; this year, while the seasons
save been uniform, the bad portion
f last year yielded a wucii larger
karvest. The explanation, uo doubt,
s, that a considerable part of the
'egetable matter in the soil that
vould have been taken up the pre
ions year by the plan.s had there
een good seasons, was left in the
The same is true in regard to
ruits. The large fruit crop this
rear is due to the fact that for sev
iral years past there has been very
When the Legislature meets the
17th it will find itself confronted
ith two questions outside of its
-egular business of redistricting
he State; one will be the forma
ion of new Counties, the other the
-epeal of the registration law. It
hould pay no attention to either
ne of these questions, but should
6ttend to the special business for
vhich it was called, and then ad
The sub-committee of the House
tas reported in favor of Smalls as
gainst Tillman from the Fifth Con
~ressional District. The report
vill be presented to the full comn
nittee next Tuesday.
FoR THE HERALD.
I wonder why all persons do not go
orward and register. Does it or does
Snot show dissatisfaction ?
I wonder when our Legislature
leets in extra session if it would not
e wise for that body to repeal the
egistration law, or if thought liprac
ia ble to at least so amend it as to make
he Supervisor's salary commensurate
with the amount of work to be done.
I wonder if it would not give gene
al satisfaction for them also to repeal
ither laws that to us seem unjust.
Ktably the two of which ye editors
rrote, viz: the reopening of the Cita
el in Charleston, and next in impor
ane the opening of an Agricultural
~cool in Columbia. We fail to see
h justice in forcing the people to
ay taxes for any other than the two
ilIs for Common Schools. We attach
good deal of importance to education,
at why should the masses pay for a
tgh grade of education for the very
I wonder if all our offices ought not
o be elective, and not give to the
agislature the power to appoint whom
ey choose without regard to the will
f the people. For them to recoin
end means to appoint. We advo
ate that change.
I wonder how a man can justify on
u officer's bond that he is worth
6,000 (over and above his homestead
.nd liabilities) which cannot be less
an $1,500-waking in all $7,500 at
ast-when be makes oath to the
Luditor that his property is only
orth $3,440 ; and another can justify
a the same way to $4,000, and $1,
'00 for homestead, $5,500, when he
'oly pays taxes for $2,650, and so on
o the end of the chapter. I wonder
f~ our County Commissioners have
one their full duty in receiving such
ureties without looking to these facts.
he Auditor's books will show.
I wonder if the County should not
e, or is not, responnible for thc action
f its officers.
I wonder if the June term of Court
ught not to be dispensed with, or at
east changed to other than harvest
ie. We think so.
What~ Everybody Wants,
Is a reliable medicine that never
loes any harm and that prevents and
ures disease by keeping the stomach
n order, the bowels rey ular, and the
idneys and liver active. Such a
edicine is Parker's Ginger Tonic.
t relieves every case, and has cured
housands. See other column.
Meeting of the Press Assoeia
A FEW INCIDENTS-TODD IN TROU
BLE-MY PEACHES. SIa-HEAR
TY WELCOME-SUMPTUOUS FAS'S
-WACCAMAW LAKE, &C.
We herewith give a brief aectunl
of the eighth annual meeting ut tht
S. C. Press Association, one of tht
pleasautest which we have yet rece.rd
ed. and a few of its incidents. L.-av
ing Newberry on Tuesday the 6th. wt
were disappointed in meeting only Coi
T. B. Crews, of the Laurens Herald
ourr president, A. S. Todd, of the An
derson Journal, the secretary. and R
H. Greneker,jr.,of the NewberryNews
on the train, but we Illustrious four i
no more were a bost in ourselves.
TODD HAS BLACK EYES,
very expressive orbs, and hereon ha:.g
a tale, and they lead him into no et,
of trouble, but this time his cdit,ri:.
appetite betrayed him into a disastv
from which his eyes only saved L.i.
On his seat lay a bag of peacelt. rip
de"licious peaches, with apparettly w
owuer. He diligently, faithfully i,t
quirel of all near nim, except a y:"u.
Iaiy 11pp:..ite. but un one knew ru .
t. thetn. Thue smelal of the peat"bti
di turbed our friend, :.ud lhis "tomael
was in syp:eathy will his feelinp.. *
he appealed to our ma turer judgweu
as to what action to pursue in the pre
wises. We advised eating them, ant
Todd eagerly assented. We took on
and so did he, and then with his usua
gallantry, banded the bag over to tb
young lady who quietly accepted th
offering, with the remark, "thanks
they are mine, sir." Fancy Todd
feelings, he felt small enough to slil
through a key hole,or that le had beei
sent for but could not conveniently g
Poor fellow, how we pitied him, an
FILLING WITH SALTY TEARS,
he asked for pardon. It is needles
to remark further than to say that i
was granted. There is no resistinu
his eyes. Arriving at Columbia, w
were joined by other members of th
gang, and after a comfortable suppe
at the Grand Central, at 10.30 stealu
ed away for Marion 103 wiles distant
which point was reached at 3 o'clock
Save the ricket racket, rick, rick, rick
rack, ricket, racket. of the quick moo
ing train, and the conductor's deman
of tickets, no sound was heard, ever
man coiling himself up for sleep. A
we approached Marion, to us an un
known contry, and looking out iw
bright and serene, as it does at hom
and we felt an infinite relief, but ou
reflections were interrupted by th
stopping of the train, and the jump~
ing out of the shine upon the platforn
of a darkey of whom we eagerly en
quired, "are there any houses here,
"ob course, plenty of dem," said he
but to the next question, "any peopi
live in them," he disdained reply, an
fled, thinking "dew editors got a
sense no bow." Soca our fears wer
all dispelled when we were ushere
into the depot. and met with a
CORDIAL HAND GRASPING
from Marion's men, a committee o
noble fellows who had sat the nigh
through patiently waiting to give th
party welcome. Buggies in goodl
number were in waiting to convey u
to the homes kindly thrown open oi
this occasion, which were found witi
lights brightly burning, and latcl
strings hanging low down on the out
side. Our quarters were at the bos
pitable residence of Chancellor John
son, and here with Farrow, Crews an<
W. J. Beard, a true Southeru welcomw
was received and the tired editors slep
till morning Seated around the plea
sant breakfast table we found the thre
daughters of the Chancellor, and hi
son in law, one of them being married
and soon we were all as one happ;
family. The Chancellor we found
gentleman of the old school, kind, affa
ble, an agreeable talker, a bard work
e, and a good feeder. We omit wen
tion of business, except to say that tk
work of the Association was transac
ted this day, and at night
A SUMPTUOUS FEAST
was spread at the Planters Hotel, b;
the citizens of the hospitable towno
Marion to the'quill drivers. Lan
guage fails us, we cannot describe ade
quately the beauty, excellence or va
riety of this elegant entertainment,i
was immense, grand, nor did our poo
"capacity" permit us to do it justice
It abounded in fish, flesh and fowl
together with huge cakes of all kinda
and all the sweets known to womea
while wine, punch and lemonade, fow
ed in generous streams. After th
wreck was cleared, the smoke from
hundred segars cast a shade over th
chandeliers, without shadowing th
spirits of the lively convivialists, an
toasts and speeches followed so fas
and thick that the lights flickered, an<
the wall paper rattled in the word;
NEVER TWAS HEARD BETTER SPEAK
or &ore of it-the time occupied be
ing four hours. The feast was pre- ,y
sided over by the Hon. J. M. John
ston, and his address of welcome was -
elegant and chaste, it was responded
ti by President Crews in an appropriate
and feeling wanner. Almost everybody
had a pop gun or caunnon to fire, and
every shot hit its mark. Business, the
re-election of old officers, social visits,
dinners, and drives occupied the next
day, Thursday, and like good little h
boys the party retired early to bed to In
early rise, for the grand and much W4
talked of a
PICNIC TO WACCAMAW LAKE.
In this the ladies of Marion were the
movers and heroines, rnd right roy. rr,
ally did they do the work. The Lake t
f is 60 miles from Mariop, and the hour s
of starting was six o'clock, but some.
hitch in the management so delayed Y
us that we did not reach the Lake till
one o'clock Th. Lake is a beautiful
sheet of water, five wiles wide by be
eight long, and is fed by subterran.,us TI
streams, and eu,pties iutu Vac:am:uw a
river. It is a half wile frunm the rail
road. which distacne had to be walkri,
the only ;onveyance at hand teinr a
litrie, two wheeled dirt cart, pr'.p:ied
by a diminutive ox, which i,..i 4
a- is it h:.d b. en feI on pin.q-.1r.
li."g ait k. and :,avi,g no etcr way
to aee the Lske we chartered the entire
coneru for liteen ceat-, and rode the
entire di"tancc in safety. It was haz.
ardous, but we wanted to see the
famed Wacecawaw, and saw it. This
e picnic ended the splendid entertain
ment afforded the Press by Marion
and her men and women, and the en.
tire body feel that they received such to
warm treatment as will ever be rewem- st
3 Outrage at Rock Hill. PE
l A White Girl of Fifteen the Victim af a Negro L
of Seventeen-Conafessia and Probable
Lynching of the Criminal,
s [Special Dispatch to the Newe and Courier.]
RocK HILL, June 11.-A respecta- 0
bie fifteen year old white girl named
Alice McDowell was brutally outraged
e this morning about eleven o'clock by 01
e a negro. She was out hunting plums
in a field near town when the fiendish
r deed was committed. She was acoom
panied by several children, who ran,
' frightened and screaming, when she
was thrown to the ground. The out- WEI
rage was complete. News of the
crime spread like wildfire, the excite
ment became intense on our streets,
and soon a large crowd on horseback
7 was in pursuit of the fiend, who had 01
s fled. A thorough search of all the
.country north of town was made, but Cont*i
ewithout success. At a late hour this ING a
eevening suspicion centreing upon ol
young negro named John Jobnson,
formerly from Chester, he was arrest
ed at about 6 o'clock. He was taken
B into the presence of the outraged lady.
r who at once identified bimi as being ~
e the scoundrel who had outraged her. (
He was also identified by a negro girl,
Swho knew him n'nd saw him when he Is ofi
threw his victim upon the ground.
He is perhaps 17 years of age and is We
employed by a gentleman in town. AND1
,The people are fearfully aroused and
e the most intense excitement ~prevails. SEL
jWhat will be the fate of the ignorant
brute I do not know, but I very much GOOD
0feat he will never see the rising of
e another sun. ~He is confined in the
I guard house, but that prevents no bar- whyo
rier to an infuriated crowd. Johnson
has just made a confession of his gIT]
guilt. W il
I' After reading the above in Mon Jun.
Sday's .News and Courier we were not
Ssurprised to find in Tuesday's issue an
account of the lynching. Johnson
Iwas taken out of the guard house at 1 ONlI
a A. M Monday by one hundred men, thorouJ
a and was hanged; and public senti- Ie c
m ent will unite in approving the p
deed. Vengeance swift and sure Jun.
should be the fate of all such fiends.
The only scientific Iron Medicine
that does not produce headache, &c., The
Sbut gives to the system all the benefits Johnst
eof iron without its bad effects, is offices
Brown's Iron Bitters. tgt
-POsT OFFICE, Jun.
NEWBEaRY, S. C., June 10, 1882.
8 List of advertised letters for week ending
*June 10, 1882: ST A'
Davis, Mrs. Amanda Robinson. James g
'Farrow, Miss Nanniel Wilson, Miss E. E. C
Jones, koses IIN
Parties calling for letters will please say
SIf advertised. R. W. BOONE. P. M. Susann
eCLEANSE YOUR PREMISES. *L
-Notice is hereby given that it is made the* 0. C
duty of the Board of Health to inspect all S iumm<
premises within the corporate limits of the To the
Town of Newberry ; and all persona are well
hereby required to thoroughly cleanse Cont
rtheir premises by the 20th instant, and to own
fkeep them in good sanitary condition. Cro:
JAMES McINTOSH, M. ID,, Effie
-Attest: President Board of Health. Cout
J. S Fita, Sec'y. Coun
Jun. 15, 24-it. You
t STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, which
r COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.- Clk
. iN COMMON PLEAS. subscri
,Lucinda Brooks, Plaintiff, against Jas. B.- House,
I, Gibson, Defendant. day of
Relief. swer t:
'By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub- said, t
-lic outcry, before the Court House at New- to the
e berry, on 'he First Monday in July, 1882, compli
the life interest of Lucinda Brooks, the Date
a plaintiff, in ali that plantation or tract of
c land lying and being ini the County of New- Attest
berry and State aforesaid, containing 100 [L.s.]
e acres, more or less, known as the Miller
i place, and 'ounded by lands of Micajah D. To
Suber, l.inds of Lucinda Brooks and lands Adam
t of R. V. Gist. Counts
i TEaMS-The purchaser will be required that tI
to pay one-half of the purchase money in the for
V cash and to secure the balance payable at flee of
twelve months, with interest from the day PIcas f
of sale, by bond and mortgage of the pro-. State c
-perty-with leave to pay all in cash. Pur. April,
chaser to pay for papers. -
ISILAS JOHNSTONE, Master
- Master's Office, 12 June, 1882. 24-St 15th
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stead of feeling tired and
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.d pains, wouldn't you
ther feel fresh and strong?
You can continue feeling
iserable and good for no
ing, and no one but your
f can find fault, but if you
e tired of that kind of life,
>u can change it if you
How ? By getting one
>ttle of BROWN' IRON BIT
:Rs, and taking it regularly
cording to directions.
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soreness on my breast, with shoot
ing pains all through my body, at
tended with greatweakness, depres
sion of spirits, and loss of appe
tite. I have taken several different
medicines,and wa treated by prom.
inent ph cians for my liver, kid.
ne "s,and splfeen. but I got no relief.
I thoughtI would try Brown's Iron
Bitters; I have nowtakenone bottle
and a half and am about well-pain
in side and back all gone-soreness
all out of my breast, and I have a
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I lSgAIN TALI!I
* the Next Sixty Days
MILL MAKE SPECIAL PRICES
a all Our Lines of
ar Bargain Table
na several hundred pieces of CI.OTH
2d other goods which will be
Without Regard to Costs
ur' Large Stock of
FITHI SRETS A SPECIALTY,)
ered at prices that cannot fail to
have in each of our lines some ODDS
NDS which we are determined to
L OR GIVE AWAY.
BARGAINS await any who can use
e and see us, and we will tell you
e are selling so cheap.
|SIX-HORSE TOZER ENGINE, in
ghly good order ; price, $550.
ne WOODS' MOWING MACHINE ;
y to J. N. FOWLES,
15, 24-lm. Newberry, S. C.
two rooms on Law Range, over
one & 0Crower's office. Suitable for
or sleeping rooms ; will be rented
er or separate.
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
UNTY OF NEWBERRY.
ab E. Suuar, Plaintiff, against John1
Jounts, Hartwell H. Counts, as adwr.
of Sa,an Counts, dec'd., Hartwell H.
its in his own right, Adam B. Counts,
a C. Crosson, Louisa C. Mayer, For
Mont, EffeCounts,Adam M. Counts,
ry Counts, Wi;ham Counts, George
ounsand Henry Koon, Defendants
s for Relief. (Complaint not served.)
Defendants, John W. Counts, Hart
H. Counts, as adw'r., &c., of Sarah
its, dec'd , Hartwell H. Counts in his
right. Adam B. Counts, Sarah C.
ner, Louisa C. Mayer, Forest Counts,
Counts, Adam ?*. Counts, Henry
its, William Counts, George 0.
te and Henry Koon:
are hereby summoned and required
rer the complaint in this action, of
a copy is on file in the office of the
f said Court, and to serve a copy of
uswer to the said complaint on the
ber at his office at Newberry Court
in said State, within twenty days
:he service hereof, exclusive of the
such service ; and if you fail to an
me comapaint within the time afore
me plaintiff in this action will apply
Got for the relief demnanded in the
d 6 A pril, A. D 1882.
'J. L SCHUMPERT,
E. P. CHALMERS, C. C. P.
the Defendants, Adam B. Counts,
H. Couts, Henry Counts, William
and George 0. Counts: Take notics
Summons in this action, of which
eoing is a copy, was filed in the of,.
te Clerk of the Court of Common
or the County of Newberry, in the
f South Carolina, on the 6th day ofc
LD~~~ SCHUMPERT, I'
PIintiff's Attorney. I
day of Junme, A. D. 1882. 24-6t
r'o Establish a Board of laalth
in and for the Town of New
berry, and for Other Par
poses Therein Mentiined. AI
B IT 0 DAfllD, By the Mayor and Al- LNVI
lernen of the Town of Newberry, in Conn- AGF.
il assembled, and by the authority of the CEN
SxcTtos 1. That a Board of Health is BOR
er.-b) established in and for the Town of Til
ewherry, to be composed of nine citizens THE
f said Town, and to be etected by the Town THO
ouncii of Newberry. so that two shall re
id- in Ward One, two shall reside in 9 are
wo, two shall reside in Ward Three, two
halt reside in Ward Four, and the remain
ng one ab.tll be selected from the Town at
urge ; and that in case of death or resigns
ion of any oare or more of said members of
aid Board of Health, the Town Council T
ball proce:d forthwith to elcct one or more
titizens in place or such members as shall
lie or resign.
SzcTIoN 2. That said Board of Health
hall, within one,week after the election of
ts members, organize by electing one of
heir number President, and the Clerk and
'reasurer of the Town of Newberry -h-tll
ct as Secretary of said Board ; but in case
at the deaw h, re-igtntior:. absa nec or sick
.'ss of tl.e 'r-.itl"at, the Bo rd shall pro
:ecd o eleet nte of its n::ucners to act a
'a e.ideat. Tha t ai the .ets ::. duingt3 of
ai-f Board of i1- alha ah.:ll .e r.-duc.d to
rtlit,:" by the . eretary nid signed by th"
'a Cside!.t or actirg l'resraider. of said P.o:.rd
,f Urcalih - i.a a be-k :o : ti. :ur,iaed a-ti i
3urd by the sa d To' n Cot.-eii of X. w
-IC.c'ai l: r ,L ,i:.lf t.r, t, I1ta I'': II
ar ' c. . .. is '. z ui~ t:t" T:' t.t 1caw
Prat, 'i..tii t""1 .:.",. -r*.t" a:.:. -,i"t B%'.;al
.t faai..' ' a .r . t :.,t " :hr , :t a i ; 'i t
:lection -I.Il ,.- rved upu: :.ata. and upon
h cot,vic.in thereof before the Town Couu
til of N.wbt'rry, he ah all be sentenced to
>ay a fine of not more than twenty-five dol
Srcrtoa 4. That it shall' be the duty of
.:id Board of Health to ins, ect the prem
sea of the citizens of said Town of New
>erry, and also the water cours,-s, drains,
ewers, alleys, streets, bridges. culverts and
hitches within the limits of said Town of
\ewberry ; arid that when such said Board
>f Health shall adjudge any one or all of
,he same in a condition injurious to health
)f all or any part of the citizens of the
rown of Newberry, the causes of injury
thall be removed, avoided or abated as may
ye by said Board of Health directed; and
that when or in case of the failure of any
erson when required to cleanse his prem- scale
ses or any part thereof, or to abate a nui- n
ance thereon; or in case of the inrerfer- ,
nce of any person with a Marshal or Max- cars
hals, or other employees of said Town of Ju
ew berry while engaged in removing any byeti
>aues of injury to health or nuisances upon oppe
premises within the corporate limits of said
Town of Newberry. any person so offending 4oth?
thall be liab'e upon gonviptiop thereof be- $160
lore the said Town Council of Newberry, fore
to all the pains and penalties provided in
the Act of the General Assembly of the sg
itate of South Carolina, entitled An Act to sent
renew and amend the Charter of the Town
)f Newberry, appro red on the twenty-first J
y of January, A. D. 1882.
Sscvios 5. That it shall be the duty of
the Boad of Health to take such steps as
they mnay deem best to protect the inhabit
tts of the Town of Newberry from any
:otagiouts or infection:i diseases; and that
ahenever itt the exercise of this duty said
Boad <,f Ilealshla ll deem it best, they
sheli prese..t ia writiang to the Town Coun
uil of Ne wherry. anay recommendations they
ma;ar oaccaamplish these purposes. yOr
T,caon6 T: frrtepurposes ofthe
ras..tion olf' hi-usiness of the Board of
Healab, a quorum thereof shall consist of
ve mem:rbers; and that said Board shall
reet once at least in every fortnight.
SzEcTION 7. That the members of s:aid ~
Board of Health shall serve for one year.
SEcTION 8. That the members of the g
Bard of Health shall be elected every year, 4
ncept the present year, on the second
Fuday in June, and for the present year
n 2nd June, 1882.
SEcTIoN 9. That the Marshals of the Town
>i Newberry shall obey the written direc
tions of said Board of Health. E
Done atnd ratified by the Town Council of E
Newberry, in Council assembled, on
[.. s.]'thais the second day of June, in the(
year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and eighty-two.(
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