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A Hunan IHolocauSt.
Iifty3PersonsiBurned Alive in a Nova Scotia
Poorhouse.
HAL(Ax, November 7.-A fire
Lroke out at midnight in the eastern
emd of the Proviocial Poor Asylum,
T nutmmense six story structure con
taining about four bundred people,
and at 1.30 A. M. half the building
%ras a mass of flames.
The inmates rushed about the
I.uilding seemingly almost out of their
tenses, and the work of getting them
out was very difficult. It is thought
that most of thae confined in the
hospital have be.-i saved, but it is
feared that numbers of lives were
lost.
LATER.-The fire which consumed
the Poor Asylum broke out about 12
o'clock last night while all, the inmates
were sleeping in the west wing. The
old women and children were aroused
and it was found necessary to break
open the door with an axe to liberate
them. Then it becau:e known that
those in the upper wards of that!
wing were almost helpless. Firemen
and others who were among the early
arrivals hastened up stairs and willing
bands were soon getting the bl'ud,
halt and lame down long winding
stairs. These were all saved, but the
work was slow and while the men
were thus engaged the fire reached
the air shaft which ventilates the
main building and in a moment
reached the top story. That floor
was used as a hospital and in it were
about 70 patients, most of them per.
feetly helpless. The ladders were too
short and after a fireman had been
knocked down by a falling brick and
it was seen that the ;Adders even
would be swept away in a few minutes
these attempts were stopped. The
fire burst through the roof and the
scene was one never to be forgotten.
Far above the roar of the flames and I
the crack of bursting slates were heard
the cries of the wretebed patients in
the hospital who were roasting to
death. Most of them were helpless
and could not leave their beds, and
perhaps these were stifled by the
smoke before the flames reached them,
but others were seen to dash them
selves against the windows and cling
to the sashes till their strength was
exhausted or their hands burned off,
and they fell back into the flames. A
woman was seen to drag herself to a
corner window, and, forcing her body
half out till she could breathe the
cool air without, she remained in that
position till her head was burned off.
It is known that there were about 70
patients in the hospital, and so far
as could be ascertained only half a
dosen were carried out before the
flames cut off all further approach to
the place. A medical man, who is in
a position to know, estimates the loss
of life to be not less than 50, and
those were all patients in the hospital.
The poor old people and little chil
dren who got out of other parts of the
building were huddled together in a
barn some little distance away, and
these were poked around with straw
and blankets to keep them comforta
ble until morning.
LATEST.
HALIAx, November 7.-So far as
ascertained thirty-one persons were
burned to death in last night's fire,
eight men and twenty-three women.
A Big success.
'My wife was in bed two years
with a complication of disorders her
physicians could not cure, when I was
led to try Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
was a big success. Three bottles
cured her, at a cost of -a dollar and
fifty cents, and she is now as strong
as any woman.-R. D., Buffalo.
The Ylethodist Churches of
North Western Edgefield.
Rev. W. P. lleadors, to Southern
Christian Advocate, Phenix, Oct.
21st: Our speeisl meetings have all
been held, with more or less success
at each church. We have had on tbe
whole circuit ten or twelve accessions,
and possibly as many conversions this
year. Our brethren are working at
their churches, and we have good
reason to hope that Mount Vernon,
.4t. Carmel and Bethel will all be
~iled and have sash in by the close
of the year. Rehoboth, our other
church, is a very comfortable church,
so we are to have four comfortable
churches, and all in from four to ten
miles of each other. We think that
the circuit will almost pay out every
thing, if she don't get out entirely.
If we had a parsonage, I think this
would be a very desirable little cir
cuit for a prercher with a small fam
ily. It could pay $450 or $500 very
easily. And I think it is possible to
build a parsonage, but it will take
another year for me to build it, if I
succeed in doing so at all. When I
came here this was a mission, had no
parsonage, only one ceiled church,
and a very small membership. It
has been self-sustaining for the last
two years, and the membership has
been considerably increased. And
now it is my chief ambition to make
the churches all comfortable and build
the parsogage, and thus make it a
complete little country circuit.
It has been clearly established that
Catarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
any remedy that is a perfect blood
purifier will cure this disease. S. S.
S. is the remedy, being ,>urely vege
table, and has been known to cure
some of the worst cases in a few
weeks. Price, $1.00 and $1.75 per
bottle.
The City of Khartoum, recently oc
cupied by the False Prophet of Son
dan, is a place of some wealth and
other pretensions, formerly the head
quarters of the slave trade in Upper
Egypt. It is about nine hundred
minles in a direct line from Cairo.
If you are sick and troubled with
dyspepsia, Brown's Iron Bitters will
the iferal d.
CHOS. F. GRENEKER, E
W. H. WALLACE, s
NEWBERRY, S. C.
fHURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1882.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect a Fam
"ly Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests of the people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
.dvertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. For Terms. see first page.
Tuesday's Eleetion--What it
Has Done.
Much of our space is given thit
week to the glorious work on electioi
day, and our readers will appreciat
it. Never before has such a tidal
wave swept over the country, it
fact it has proved a perfect flood, s
trash mover as it were, carrying it
its tide the vile elements whic:
stood in the way of success. Glor3
enough for one day. To the New:
and Courier, which has worked i
good and great work in the cam
paign, and which deserves the wel
done of the Democracy, are we in
debted for the various condensei
reports published this week. It
1st, 2nd. 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th Dis
tricts, the elect are Democrats o
the straightout stripe, and in thi
7th there was no Democratic nomi
nation, E. W. M. Mackey beinc
elected over Sam Lee, colored Re
publican. A colored Republican ii
elected to the Senate in Beaufor
and another to the Senate in Berke
lcy. There will be three Republ
cans in the Senate, Bruce Willis n
holding over. Out of the 124 mem
bers in the House, the Republican
will number 3 from Beaufort,
from Berkeley, and 1 from George
town, consequently there will b
115 Democrats (3 colored) in thi
House, a sufficient majority to giv,
respectability to a vote. The sam
may be said of the Senate, ther
being 32 Democrats to 3 Republ
cans. The County officers all ove
the State, with the exception c
three Counties, Beaufort, Berkele
and Georgetown are Democrat
and one solitary, pilgarlick of
Greenbacker claims election, on
Fultz, the Coroner for Berkele'
In the expressive language of th~
NLews and Courier, "the Greenbaci
ers are now provided with the pr<
per officer to hold an inquest ove
their party, as well as the marbi
cutter to prepare the requisit
tombstone." The work has bee
thorough, complete, decisive, an
we trust will tell for all time.'
The Marion Star comes to u
this week in a new and elegant out
fit, splendidly printed and abi;
edited. We congratulate our oli
friend Maj. W. J. McKerrall, on hi
successful rise in the art typograpla
ic, and his bright prospects in th
future. Long may the Star cori
tinue to shine.
Eleetion Returns.
News and Courier.
We give below a table of majori
ties in favor of Hugh S. Thompso:
for Governor in the various Coun
ties as far as heard from. We hav
good reason to believe that whe3
the final returns are received ther
will not be missing the voice of
single County in the grand chorn
of approbation that has been pro
nounced by the State on the libers
and progressive course of her Su
perintendent of Education. Thi
returns are not all official, but th<
result will not be materiall;
changed.
MA.TORITIES FoR THOMPSON.
Abbeville........... .............24
Aiken................... ........ 2,10
Anderson........................27
Barnwell........................3,30
Beaufort.................... .....
Berkeley............ .............
Charleston......................33
Chester.................. ........1,29
Chesterfield....................... 2
Clarendon........................
Colleton ..........................2,00
Darlington.......................1.50
Edgefield..... ...................2,10
Fairfield..........................1,50
Greenville .......................25
Georgetown,....................... 94
Hampton...................... ...1,00
Horry.......................1,71
Kershaw........ .......... ........ 40
Lancaster......................... 9
Lanrens ................19
Lexington ..............4
Marion ... .... .. ........
Marlboro'..... ..........11
Newberry...............,0
Ocoee..................... ..,4
Oranebur.................... 9
Pickees......................1,s3
Rieband. .....................1,04
Sprtnbrg...................10
oranger........... ............2,14
Pikos...........................1,20
Eichla n................1,00
York............................1,43
Total.........................49,12
Dibble beats Campbell by 1,800
Hemphill beats Cash by 960 ; Evini
beats Elkins by about 6,000 ; Dar
gan and Tmlman are certainly elect
ed by good majorities, all the suc
cessful being Democrats. Mackey,
white rep., beats Lee, colored rep.
by 8,000.
Thompson carries every County
mnd beats McLane over 50,000.
The Democrats, by the latest fig
1res, have a majority of 24 in the
Eederal House of JRepresentatives.
[hey carry New York by over 170,.
)00 and gain six Congressmen
Virginia is still doubtful with tl
chances in favor of Wise, Mahoi
candidate for Congressman at larg
by 5,000. Pemocratic gain of 7
000. Three Dewocratic and thr
Mahone Congresrnen am elec"t
with two others in doubt. W..
seat will be contested befPli,!
Democratic House.
Manning, Democrat, beats Cn
mers, Radical, for Congress in .d'
sissippi. Three other Denmoci
one Independent and one l adic
are elected, with the other disti
in doubt. The State went Dem,
cr, tic.
Kentucky went Democratic, b
the Republicans claim four Co
gresanen while the Democrats c
cede one.
The Democrats carry North Cai
lina by 10,000, a gain of 2.O00.
elect seven out of eight Congres
men.
Tennessee redeems herself, ele
iug a Democratic Governor and
Congressmen.
Missouri gives 6,000 Democra
majority and an almost solid dui
gation to Congress.
St. John, Prohibition and Rept
lican candidate for re election
Governor of Kansas, is defeated
a Democrat, the remainder of I
Republican ticket winning.
Nebraska elects a Republic
ticket and three Republican Co
gressmen, and defeats a Woma:
I Suffrage amendment.
Arizona and Cheyenne Territor
elect Democratic Congressmen, a
Washington Territory a Repub
can.
California goes Democratic
1 5,000, has a Democratic legislatu
and a solid Democratic delegat:
f to Congress.
Colorado goes Democratic
3,000.
Indiana gives 10,000 Democrs
majority and gains us three Cc
gressmen.
Nevada goes Democratic by
000.
Texas sends 10 Democrats ani
Republican to C>ngress, and A
bama is solid.
s Illinois goes Republican heav
and Arkansas goes Democratic a
idly.
* Pennsylvania goes Democratic
5 27,000, with a Democratic gain c
Congressmen.
e Massachusetts gains 3 Democi
1i Congressmen, elects Butler
13,000, and the Republican St
ticket, except Governor, by 15,0
e Connecticut goes Democratic
e 5,000, with 3 out of 4 Congressn
i. Democrats.
r New Hampshire is still doubt
Delaware is solidly Democrat
Maryland loses one Democr
Y Congressman.
, Minnesota is Republican.
a Wisconsin gains 2 Democr
e Congressmen.
Michigan elects a Democr:
-. Governor, and a Republican Si
e ticket.
-Iowa goes Republican.
~. Florida is all right.
r successful Democrats.
e -
e We take the following list of me
nbers elect to the Senate and He
from the Charleston News and (
-AEBEVILLE COUNTY.
Senate-J. C. Maxwell.
S House-Jesse S. McGee, P. H. Brad
W. P. Wideman, W. H. Parker, F. F. G
AIKEN COUNTY.
Y House-John M. Bell, George W. Crof
P. Woodward, Thos. J. Davies.
ANDBRSON COUNTY.
SSenate-John B. Moore.
V House-E. B. Murray, H. R. Vandiver
G. Scudday, R. P. Clinkscales,
B BARNWsI.L COUNTY.
House--W. W. Smith, H. J. Kearse, E
Molony, G. W. M. Williams, G. D. Bellin
BERKELEY COUNTY.
Senate-Robert Simmons.
House-W. G. Pinckney, Andrew SIn
ton, James Singleton, W. W. Beckett, (
Ravenel.
- BEAUFORT COUNTY.
1 Senate-'Hamilton Robinson.
-House-Hastings Gantt, L. S. Mills, Joi
-Robinson.
B CHARLESTON COUNTY.
a Senate-George Lamb Buist.
e House-C. H. Simonton, James Simi
W, H. Brawley. C. A. McHugh, Joh:
J icken, Charles inglesby, A. H. DuPre,
B ward McCrady. Jr., John Gonzalez, Mi
-Kennedy, J. Fra.ncis Britton, George
iMears. CHESTER COUNTY.
- Senate-G. J. Patterson.
B House-James F. Barber, W. S. Hall,
a T. Mockbee.
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY.
Senate-D. T. Redfearn.
House-F. M. Welsh. W. W. Spencer.
CLARENDON COUNTY.
5 Senate-H. L. Benbow,
0 House-W. T. Lesesne, B. 8. Gibson.
o COLLETON COUNTY.
Senate-M. P. Howell.
House-C '. Chisolm, T. 0. McAlha
0 H. D. Padge tt, J. W. Perry, 3. R. P. Fox
1D.OtLINGTON COUNTY.
0 Senate-W. C. Coker.
o House-W. A Brunson, H. J. Lee, H
0 Morris, E. R. McIver.
0 EDGEF:EI.D COUNTY.
0 House-W. J. Talbert, Clinton Ward,'
0 H. Timmerman, C. W. Kinard, G. W.
2 ner.
0 PAIaRIELD COUNTY.
SHouse-Hayne McMleekin, A. S. Dougl
0Geo. H. McMaster.
2GREENVILLE COUNTY.
0 House-M. F. Ansel, W. L. Mauldin,
S A. McKelvay, J. J. Mackey.
GEORGETOWN COUNTY.
oHouse-Walter Hazard, W. J. Moulti
0 HAMPTON COUNTY.
0 Senate-James W. Moore.
0 House-John T. Morrison, Hen.ry M.
0 Iner, C. J. C. Hutson.
5 HORY COUNTY.
oj House-Jeremiah Smith, P. A. Parke!
4 KRSHWw COUNTY.
- Seniate-W. Z. Leitner.
2 House-E. Miller Boykin, L. L. Clyb
N. A. Bethane,
r,ANcAsTEa COUNTY.
-Senate-T. F. Clybarn.
House-L. 3. Perry, R. E. Allison.
LAURENs COUNTY.
House-John C. Davis, Thomas B. Cri
W. A. Shands.
LEXINGTON COUNTY.
House-W. T. Brooker, Edward Kinsle
p XAEION COUNTY.
House-W. J. Montgomery, B. F. Da
J. F. Pearce, J. W. Smith.
KARn.oRO COUNTY.
Senate-Charles S. McCaIl.
House-Knox Livingston, John B. McI
na.
House-William D. Haidy, Jefferson
Sligh, George Johnstone.
:ocoNrES OCUNlTT.
le House-Wm. J.Stribiing, Robert E. Mason.
ORANGEBURG COUNTY.
House-Jacob W. Summers, Richard V- ial
' Daunelly, R. Benson Tarrant, Ira T. Shoema- e:
ee ker, B. G. Frederick. Li
PICKENS COUNTY.
Senate-W. T. Field.
House-W. R. Berry, J. E. Boggs. s
en RIWmCHLAND COUNTY. s
Senate-William Wallace.
House-S:unnel G. Henry, John C. Has
kell, C. 0. Marshall, Richard Singleton,
Thomas Taylor.
fi" 8PARTANBURG COUNTY.
House-E. H. Bobo, J. A. Corry, H. L.
t Farley, J. B. 0. Landrum.
SUMTER COUNTY.
Senate-Joseph H. Earle.
House-B. D. Lee, H. E. L. Peebles, F. J.
nt Mayes, D. E. Keels.
UNION cOUNTrY.
Senate-William Munro.
n1 House-C. C. Culp, I. G. McKissick, J. R. A
Minter. h
WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY.
" Senate-S. D. M Byrd.
ud House-R. H. Kimball, W. S. Camlio, I
s_. Wm. Cooper. s,
YORK COUNTY.
House-W. B. Wilson, Sr., B. H. Massey,
Ct George L. Riddle, J. C. Witherspoon.
ix
"How 5Twas Done.
lie An Admirable Little Work which Demon
- strates very much Most Interesting In
formation just now Greatly a
i- Sought After. F
as L
b :Maj. Pangborn. the well-known com
b piler of the B. and 0. Red Book, which
hue has become the standard political text
book of the country, is now engaged 2
an with a large fcrce of assistants in pre- I
n. paring a special edition of the Red I
's Book, which promises to be quite a I
unique thing in political literature. It
.es is to be issued under the taking title of
"How 'Twas Done: The Political Rev
nd olution of 1882."
li- Within the most artistically engraved
covers by the American Bank Note
by Company will be embraced the official
re results of the election just held, and ar
ranged so perfectly and intelligently
that the veriest amateur in such statis- {
tics cannot fail to comprehend them.
by The figures will be given on State tick
et and on Congressional ticket in sepa
tic rate tables, the former by counties and
n the latter by counties and districts. In
both tables comparisons will be made
1 with the vote at the last preceding elec
tion in each State, the returns of which
will be given in full in order that the
d 1 understanding of the situation may be
la- complete. In States where the Con- 2
gressional districts have been changed 1
ily, since 1880, the districts will be shown
ol- as now constituted. thus demonstrating
what the result would have been two
years ago had the same counties com
by posed the districts then as now. Inde
f 5 pendent, Prohibition and Greenback
figures will be given in addition to the
at regular Republican and Democrat, and
by in each county the vote of each party
ate will be shown with majorities, gains
00 and losses, both years. together with to
- tal vote of county, congressional dis
by trict and state. Statistical tables will
sen also be included in the book, showing
upon similar full and comprehensive
ful. scale the vote for President in 1876 and
i in 1880.
- - In no publication of like character
tc are such clear and exhaustive tabular
statements attempted as in the B. & 0.
Red Book, and the forthcoming special
t,tic edition will eclipse any previous edition
in extent and interestin character of
ttic information furnished. Included with
ate in the remarks accompanying the re
turns will be the details of the changes
in congressional districts, the congress
men-elect, and the unsuccesful candi
dates in each State, as well asthe mem
bers of the next Congress complete. and
the changes in that body as compared
to the last Congress. Much other data
.- will be given, and in the way of a thor
use ough understanding of exactly "How
'asDone" it would be difficult to
o-imagine a more interesting and reliable
a source of explanation than will be this
new edition of the B. & 0. Red Book.1
Like its predecessor, it will be sent
ley, without any cost whatever to all who
ary' make application for it to C. K. Lord,i
General Passenger Agent, B. & 0. R.
'-R., Baltimore, Md.
The Red Book is as a.matter of course
an advertisement of the Baltimore and
.H. Ohio Railroad, but it combmnes so much
of general interest to the public with
comparatively so little about the rood,
[. F. that it is far more valuable than nine
ger. tenths the publications of the character1
placed on sale.
The B. & 0. Red Book is by heavy I
gle- odds the handsomest political work
ain from a ty pographical standpoint issued
in the United States, being-always print-i
ed with exquisite taste on fine paper and
bound in the best manner, It certainly
eph is worth the little trouble occasioned in
writing for it, and it is hazarding no
thing to predict that the new special
edition devoted to the election which
Y'F. has just taken place will be pre-emni
Ed- nently the text-book of 1882.
F. As there will doubtless be an im
-.mense demand for the book, it would
be well for all desiring a copy to write
at once to Mr. Lord, as the edition will
R. be sent out to those making application1
-on the principal of first come first served.
Envelopes will be addressd as applica
tions come in, so that there may be no
delay in mailing when the work is re
ceived from the binder.
The Next Congress,.
A Democratic Majority of Over Seventy.
caey,
The following table shows the com
plexion of the next House of Repre
L. sentatives, according to the latest re
turns :
Demn. Rep. G. B. Ind.
w Alabama........... 8 .. .. ..
Fu- Arkansas... .......5 . .. .
Colorado .......... 1 .. .. .. I
Connecticut.......8 1 -. - .
ssDelaware..........1 . .. .
'Florida............2 . . .
Georgia............1D0 . .. .
Illinos.........10 10 .. .
In in ........9 4 .. .
Kan as...........1 .. .
Kentucky.........10 1 .. .
Louisiana.........5 1 . .
. Maire...............4 .. .
Maryland.........4 2 .. .
Massachusetts... ~ .. .
Michigan......... 3 .. .
Mississippi.......5 2 .. ..
Missouri..........12 2 .. .
Nebraska............. 3 .. ..4
Nevada.. ..... 1 .. . ..
New Hampshire.... 2 .. .
New Jersey....3 4 .. .
New York.........19 15 .. ..]
urn, North Carolina...8 1 -. - --
Ohio............13 8 . .
Oregon......... . .
Pennsylvania....1 15 .. ..
Ehode Island..... 2 ..
South Carolina...... 6 1 .. .
Tennessee.........8 3 ... 1
Texas........10 1 .. .
~ws, Vermont............. ..2 . - ..
Virginia.......... 6 4 .. .
West Virginia.... I .. .
Wisconsin........ 6 3 .. .
- Totals.....~.... 7 1^.6 1
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FOR THE HERALD.
MESSRS. EDITOaS : You will please :
low twe thruugh the coluwus of ypur
cclleknt paper to expres my grati
ide to the frieuds in Newberry, who
sve a practical dewonstration of their
tupathy for we in my aftiction, by
:udiug me a b.x of d-ii, a.:i shich
ere timely and highly appreciated.
[ay the Lord consider it as done unto
[iwself and.reward them accordingly.
Yours truly,
C. H. PRITCHARD
Cokesbury, S. C., Nov. 9, 1882.
./Married.
Pt
Nov. 2, 1882, by Rev. R. D. Smart, Mr.
r. E. MERCHAIT, of Newberry, to Miss -
LYA, daughter of Dr. R. P. Clark, of Ja- S
.pa.
Nov. 7, 1882, at the residence of Dr. C
homas T. Moore, by the Rer. Mr Lind
ty, Mr. W. D. MAYYIELD, of Greenville, to
isa CAREIE H. BONDS, of Columbia
December 8, 1882, by Rev. J. K. Meuden- d
all, at the residence of the bride's faher, tl
[r. W. S. BIaoE, of Prosperity, and Miss t<
[AMIE MAYFIELD, of Greenville.
Bride's favor received. ti
At the residence of Dr. Benjamin F. Kil- s:
ore, Nov. 9, 1882, by the Rev. A. J. Stokes, t
sisted by the Rev. D. A. Todd, Dr. Joxx
. HUNTEn, of Laurens, to Miss MARY EL
EN KILGORE, of Newberry, S. C.
POST OIFICE,
NEWBEtaRY, S. C., Nov. 11, 1862. P
List of advertised letters for week ending
roy. 11, 1882: -
lirge, William :HIarrit. W. P. (2) E
loozer, Chelsie iTroughwan, Mrs. Bet
loozer, Miss Anna sy
ireen, Miss Suda Spriggins, Mrs.Louisa
ioree, W. O. fhomas, Mts; Lucy
lamilton,Mrs. Aman- Wallace. Mrs.li:rttuah
da Williams,Mrs.SudieF. ii
Parties calling for letters will please say
adverri'ed. R. W. 80 0. E. P +M. (
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DUR
TIME
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d You have paid your B,nk t on and
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We have waited patiently ind have said
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fter this nur last p.thetic :Ipt.al.
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TOWN T AXES.
Notice is hereby givcn that all parties
rho have failed to pay their Town Taxes,
nust settle on or before Dec. 1st, 1882. as
he penalty will attach and executions be
isued on the expiration of said date for
he same.
By order of Council.
J. S. FAIR, C. & T., T. C. N.
Nov. 16, 46--2t.
faluable Land for Sale.
We will sell, on the First Monday in De
embher next, before the Lourt House, to
he highest bidder, all that valuable tract
f land, situated in Newberry (Grunty, con
aining Two Hundred and Fortyv 35-100
tres, more or less. About one hundred
cres of said land is in cultiv.miion, balance
n pine, andi bounded by lain,4 of the estate 5
>d J. S. Gilliam, Thos. M. Lake, Win. D.
teagin and F. S Paysinger. Terms made 'I
:nown on day of sale.
M. P. LAKE.
N. V. LAK~E <
R. G. LAKE.
Nov. 16, 46--St.
[LAND TO HIGHEST'
BIDDER.
I will sell, at public outcry, at Newberry
jourt House, on the 1st Monday in Decem
er next, (unless sold at private sale before
hat time) my plantation of Three Hundred
,nd Forty (3 mo) acres, more or less, lying
n Township No. 8, of Newber-ry County,
tear Beaverdanm Creek, and bounded by
ands of Mrs. Thos. M. Paysinger, F. Wer
er, sr., J. H. Boulware, and Dr. D. A.
Jannon. Sold in a body, or divided to
uit. purchasers.
ELIZABETH S. HERBERT.
Nov. 14, 34--8t
Rotice of Final Settle-~
ment.
I will make a settlement as Guardian of
he estate of Fannie Lee Chupp, in the Pro.
ate Court for Newberry County, S. C., on
~uesday the 18th day of December, 1882,
nd immediately thereafter apply for a Fi
al Discharge as such (obardiamn..
G. W. SENN, Guardian. e
Nov 14, 46 5t *
We, the undersigned, Qualified Executors
f the last Will and Testament of Jacob a
W'heeler, deceased, will sell at Newberry f
jourt House, on the First Monday (Sale
ay) ii December, A. D. 1882, at public I
untcry, to the highest bidder, all that tract
er parcel of land of which Jacob Wheeler
ied seized and possessed, containing Three
Iundred and Eighty-Four and 4-5 Acres,
rore or less, situate, lying and being :n the
ounty of Newberry, State of South Care.
na, and bounded by lands of N. B. Wheel
r, J. L. Sease and Geo. A. Wheeler, ex
ept one-half acre including the Family ,
urying Ground, with a right of way in the
nost direct anid convenient way to the hb- e
ic Road, twenty feet wide. Plat will be
ihibited on the day of sale.
TERxs OF SALE-One-third cash, balanCe
n a credit of one and two years in equal
nsual instalments, with interest thereon
rom day of sale, credit portion to be se
ured by a bond of the purchaser and a
ortgage ot the premises sold. Purchaser -
o pay for papers.
JACOB M. WHEELER,
DANIEL B. WHEELER,
-Executors. j
wberhy, S. C, Nov. l0 1882. 46-St
.Xew Jdvertisements.
CLARK'S
Patent Flour.
'or sale by
F:I\T & 1'1IlllItTEIL
Nov Ib 46 2t'
FOR SALE.
A FINE, THOROUGH BRED, JERSEY
ULL, four years old last May. is offered
r sale by the subscriber. For further
irticulars enquire of
Nov 16 46 4t J. B. REAGIN.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
bristian Suber vs. Daniel W. Livingston.
By virtue of an execution to me directed
the above stated case, I will sell, at
ewberry Court House, on the First Mon
iy (Sale day) in December next, within
e legal hours of sale. at public outcry,
the highest bidder, all that tract or plan
tion of land situate, lying and being in
ie County of Newberry and State afore
'id, containing One Hundred Acres, more
less, and bounded by lands of Willie
ibler, Maj. Jacob Epting, James Wicker,
J. Bedenbsugh and others. Levied -on
the property of Daniel W. Livingston.
TERLs-All cash. Purc!aser to pay for
apers D. B. WHULER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 8th, 1882. 46-St
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Christian Suber vs. T. P. Richardson.
By virtue of an Execution to me directed
i the above stated cape, I will sell, at New
erry Court House, of- the First Monday
3ale-day) in December next, within the
gal hours of sale, at public outcry, to the
ighest bidder, all that tract or plantation
f laud situate, lying a'nd being in the
ounty of Newberry and State. atoresaid,
ontaining Ninety-Five Acres, n- or less,
ud bounded by lands John A. Kibler, Maj.
acob Epting, Daniel W. Livingston, John
ivingston and others Levied on as the
roperty of T. P. Richardson
TERxs-Ail cash. Purchaser to pay for
apers.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 8, 18S2. 46-St
lotice to School Trustees.
The Public Schools will open on Monday,
0th Nov. inst., and close on Monday., 18th
ecember. 1852, and reopen on Monday,
st January, 1883.
By order of Board of Examiners.
H. S. BOOZER,
Chairman ex-officio.
Nov. 18th, 1882. 46-It.
News copy i.
ATENTS.
model of your invention to
GEORGE E. LEMON,
Washington, D. C.,.and a Preliminary
Examination will be made, without
charge, of all United States patents of the
time class of inventions and you will be advised
rhether or not a patent can be obtained.
If you are advised thatyour invention is patentable,
and S20, to pay Government fee of $15 and 65 for
rawings required by the Government. This is pay
ble wben application is made. When allowed, the
ttorney's fee (S2$:5) and the final Government fee
320) is payable. An attorney whose fee depends on
is success in obtaing a Patent will not vise you
tat your invention is patentable unless it really is,
far as his best judgment can determine- hence,
ont can rely on the ad ice given after a prel
amination is lad.' Design Patents and the
tcgistratiou or Labels, Trade-Marks, and
,p~cations inreivor of Je.jeted, A bandoned
r orreited Cases made. If you have undertaken
>secure your own patent and failed, askillful hand
tof the cemy led to tue mm Sen oe
atents that he recognize GEORGE E. LE)(Ol. of
~g the title of th inentionand about the daof0
"ilc*" yo IOtIw*"Reembe,s" office"hasbee
a succsfal o ration since1865,and reference can be
iven to actua clients in almost every county in the
.S. Pamphlet relating to Patents free upon request.
GEORGE E. LEMON,
Lttorney at Law and Solicitor of American
and Foreign Patents,
-15 Fifteenth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C.
M(ention this paper.
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NEWBERRY
AKIA Y and CONECTIONER
(AT CREDE'S-OLD STAND.)
At my B.akery the people of Newberry
nd surrounding country can always find
-esn
.OAF BREAD-Wheat, Rye
and Graham.
AKES, PIES, CANDIES, &c.
I make my Bread from the best quality
ffhiur.
vy Oat'die.< I taufuacture' myself, and
'arrant that thea are~ pure.
Cakes fur weddings or parties made tc
rder on short notice and neatly iced and
rtamented.
Thankful for past patronage, I ask a con
nuance of the same.
F. W. HiLKER.
Oct. 26, 48-10t.
Oats Wanted.
Twelve or fifteen bushels of Oats can
nd a purchaser at the
Iwo 0 4nat uERAL Or.n nE
.rew d
THE ELECTI1
And Quietness Prev
Except at t1
D. C. F
Who for the past 10 days has been creat
missive victims of high prices. His nur
of a careful study of the peoples' wants.
his taste he rushed in where an old estal
tiun awaited him. With gloves off he b
RING OF MO
In such a fashion that the people awoke
duped so long.
It is all very well to patronize friends
with money in your pocket, enter the st<
ID, C. F
And save your 40 or 50 per cent., you w
through mere acquaintance sake, but wii
tion has taken place in the prices of DR3
STORE.
Satisiied that his exertions will be app
been at Union. he boldly comes to the f
D.E FIES COl
Merely asking the good people of this at
IMMENSE STOCK, replete with every
FIRST CUSS DR
He is determined not to be undersold,
requisites, ENERGY, BRi.INS a
found in the front battling for the peopl
A visit to the tore will convince any
touwers. and no paics spared to supply to
D cL F:
5 Mollohon Row, Next 1
Nov. 16, 46-tt.
fiaster's Sales.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF GREENVILLE.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
W. H. Grierson and wife, vs. Thos. F. Har
mon, Adrn'r., and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
lie outcry, before the Court House at New
berry, on the first Menday in December,'
1882. the real estate of the late J. Middle
ton Kinard, deceased, consisting of about
Nine Hundred and Ninety-Nine Acres of
Land, more or less, eituated in the County
and State aforesaid, on Saluda .River, 1
bounded by lands of Michael Werts, Henry
Werts, Daniel Werts and George Long.
These lands will be sold in parcels as indi- 1
cated by plats to be exhibited on day of
sale, which may be seen in the meantime at
the office of the undersigned.
Txas-The purchaser will be required
to pay in cash one-half of the parebase
money. and to secure the balance payable
at twelve moutha, with interest from day
of sale, by bond and a mortgage of the'
premives sold
- ILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office. 9 Nov., 1882. 45-st
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN CON MON PLEAS.
Mary C. Dobbius, vs. James N. Dobbins.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court, I will sell, before
the Court House at Newberry, on the First
Monday in December, 1882, at public out
cry, a .tract of land (the property of the de
fendant). situated in the County and State
aforesaid, consisting of Fifty-One Acres,1
more or less, and bounded by lands of1
Thos. B. Chalmers, James Reagin (or his
wife). David P. Dobbins, Mirs. E. J. Barre
and others.
Tzaxs-Thbe purchaser will be required
to pay in cash one-half of the puirchase
money, and to secure the balance payable
at twelve months, with interest from the
day of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
property sold, with leave to pay all casL.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 46-St
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Lillie E. Schumpert, vs W. E. Merchant,
Adm'r., and others
Partition.
By order of the Court, I will sell, before
the (curt Hloose at Newberry, on the First
Monday in December, 1882, at public out
ery, the real estate of the late Sampson C.
Merchant, deceased, which has not been as
signed in parrtition. These lands will be
sold in (:5) separate tracts as indicated by
plats thereof, to be exhibit.'d at the sale-,
and which in the mean-:ime may be seen ar.
the office of the undersigned.
Tzaxs-The purchaser will be required
to pay'one-third of the purch.-se inoney in
cash, and to secure the balance, payabie in
one arnd two years, with iuterest from the
day of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
property sold.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Ma'tter.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 46-3t
STALTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN THE COMMION PLEAS.
James A. Crotwell and others, vs. Margaret
Wells, Executrix, and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
lie outemy, on the First Monday in Decem
ber, 1882, at Newberry Court House, the
real estate of the late George F. Wells, de
ceased, consisting of somec Thirteen Hun
dred Acres, more or less, situated in the
County and State aforesaid, and bouded
by lands of D. V. Scurry, Simon Brooks,
John Watkins and others. These lands
will be sold in pargels by plats of the same,
to be exhibited on the day of sale, and
which, in the meantime, may be seen at the
office of the undersigned.
Tzaxs-The purchaser will he required
to pay in cash one-third of the purchase
money, and to secure the balance payable
in one and two years, with interest from
the dlay of sale, by bond and mortgage of
the premises sold, with leave to pay all or
any part of said balance before maturity.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. 46-sc
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas D. Miller and others vs. Nancy I.
Lominick and others.
Complaint for Partition.
By order of the Court, I will sell at pub
lie outcry, before the Court House at New
berry, on the First Monday in December,
1882, that tract of laud of which Nancy
Miller died seized and possessed, situate in
said County, containing Seventy-Four and
One-fourth Acres, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of the heirs at law of Chan.
Job Johnstone, deceased, of Th'omas B.
Wadlington and others.
TEaxs-One-half of pazrghase money in
cash, the balance to be paid in one year
with interest from day of sale, and secured
by bond of purchaser and mortgage of
premises. Purchaser may pay all cash if
he desires.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 11th Nov., 1882.
tisemsents.
3N IS OV
ails Everywhere!
e Store of
ing such an uproar among the sub
neose business in Union is the resut '
Finding there an opening suited to- ^
>lished trade and determined oppnsi
andled the
NOPOLISTS
and wondered why they had been
and acquaintances, but when you can
are of
ill never again be coofined to any house
:h y->ur eyes open see what a revolt
SGOODS AT T HE CH EAP CASH
reciated in Newberry as they have
ronit and
FPETITION,
d surrounding country to examine his
thing to be found in a
r GOODS HO[USE.
as he is possessed of the three great
ad CASH, so that be will be always
ee' rights and crushing monopoly.
one. Polite attentioa given to cus
e peoples' wants.
to Wright- Coppock's.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA_
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-_
IN COMMON PLEAS.
John G. Piester and James B. Aurl, Ex'or4
vs. Eliza A. PiAter and others.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at pab :
lie outcry, before the Court House at -New
berry, on the First Monday in Dem
1882, the real estate of the late David
Piester, deceased-not heretofore sold
uituzted in the County and Ssate afore
in parcel. to be indicated by plate
oo be exhibited at sale, whieh, in the.
rime, may be seea at my office.
Tasrs-The purchaser will be
o pay one-third of the purchase money ia
ash, and to secure the balance payable
mne and two years, with interest from.
ay of sale, by bond and mortgage ot
property sold.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master
Master's Office, 9 Nov., 1882. . 48-St.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA1
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Agnes D. Wells and others, vS. Eiijah Wells
as Adm'r., and others.
Partition. .
By order of Court, I will sell at publia
Du:cry, before the Court House at Newber".
ry, on the First Monday in December, 18,
that tract of land of which William Whit
:lied seized and possessed, situate in ul;
LDoonty, containing One Handred Ars
more or lessi, and bounded by lands of 8.
non Brooks and others.
TaRs-The purchaser will be u
to pay in cash one-half of the por
ioney, and to secure the balance payable
it twe;ve months, with interest frouia the
lay of sale, by bond add mortgage of -the
p'remises, with leave to p1yv a;1 cah.
SIL AS JOHiNSTONE. Master.
Master's Office, 11 Nov., 1882. 46-3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
D. H. Wheeler, vs. H. B. Scott, and others,
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court herein dated"Jun.
10, 1882, 1 will sehi at public outcry, before.
he Court House at Newberry, on the first
Hlonday in December 1382. All that parcel
r lot of land :n the County, and state afore
zai contiimng Eighty-one acres and one
tentLh more or less, and bounded by landge
>f I1 H. Folk, e.<tate of - Johnseton, and
I. G. Rikard, and on the road running from
inid Rakard to Long Lane. -
Terms--The purc.haser will he required
:o pay onae-third cash anad to secure the bal
acue, p'ty ble at twelve mnontbs with inter
est from the day of sale, by bond an,d mort- -
rage of the premises, and to pay for con.
reyance.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 2 Nov., 1882- 45
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Good hands wanted to do farm work.
Apply at the HERALD OFI[CI.
Nov. 9 45 3t
TO MERCHANTS.
I have on harid and will receive weekly
latrge lotu of Refia,ished Glothing. a great
article n:ow oun the mrarket. Receiving
them, diract f'oiin Northern Pawnbroking
shaop) I am en,abled to sell at New Yoric 1
Prices.
For inces and oth'-r inaformatios, apply -
to 3L GARFU.\KEL, Ag?.,
71 Assembly otteer,
P. 0. Box 9J- Oolumb~iz S. 0O
Nov 9, 45-Im.
NOTICE.
We will sell to the highest bidder, at
Newberry V. H., on the 1st Monday in D.
eernber next, the tract of Land known a
the Payne Place, of the Estate of Henry
Burton, dec'd.
Ternaus made kr'own on day of sale.
C. D. lmURTON,
J. D. PITTs, 'Executora
W. M. DORROR,
Nov. 9, 45 -.

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