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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 22 October 1879

THE 1i1~ il ERALD BUjLLETIN. G-F. GR-EENEKE, PUB'. Fair Week, Wednesday., October 22, 1879. FREE DISTRIBUTION. ONE, TWO, THREE AND FOUR HORSE MILBURN WVAGONS, Which gave such universal satisfaction to our customers last season. Boulght bel'ore the recent heavy advance in Iran, and of cred to our friends for next thirty days. at old prices for cash. Now is your tinic to get a good wagon cheap. At S. P. BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE. ARNESS, 8IDDLERY, K One, Two and Four Horse Wagon lar neSS. ingle and Double Buggy Harness. Me Youths' and Boys' Saddles. Wagon andBz!ggy Collars, Wagon' and ugyWhips, Riding and -Blind Briales. ad Cloths, Horse Coyers, Halters, &c., &c. Intending to make a specialty of the above mentioned Goods, I have probably the lar gest stock ever offered in Newberry, and would ask your atteution to the same, feel ing assured that I can suit you in quality and price. S. P. BOOZER. National Bank of Nowberry, NEWBERRY, S. C. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000.00. 'Surplus Prof...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 22 October 1879

WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCT. 22. The Herald Bulletin. We present our little BULLETIN to the members of the Newberry Agricul tural and Mechanical Society, visitors and citizens generally, as an aid to the success of this our Second Annual Fair, distributing it free to all in the hope tha it willserve the purpose intended, and prove of interest. It will be issned each morning of the E%nibition and w.ill contain as much of each day's doings as we can squeeze into so limited a spaoe. Believing that it will be ap preciated we send it on its mission. The indications to-night as we go to press are that we will have a wet tine, but the people of Newberry will not let that dampen their ardor, as they intend to make the Fair a success. A large crowd is expected to be out to-day of those '-who never mind the weather so the wind don't blow." The Secretary of the Newberry Agricultural and Mechanical Society is a model of patience and industry. Through all the confusion, annoyances and hard work of hi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 22 October 1879

WEDNESDAY MORNINC, OCT. 22. Would like to do so. We would be pleased did our little BULLETIN afford room to give each of Newberry's enterprising merchants who come before the public this morning a good send off, in the way of an appro priate notice, but they must prCorce take the will for the deed. This we can say, that those represented in this per are of the stamp that will do to e to; honorable and fair in all their lealings, we commend them heartily to fhe great public who are in town to-day n attendance on Newberry's Second nnual Fair under the new regime. f you need anything in Dry Goods, lothing, Millinery, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, .Groceries, Crockery, Fur niture. Doctors' Stuffs, Wagons, Bng ies, Jewelry or Watches, Candy. Fruit, egars; want a note discounted in Bank, little legal advice, a horse or mule hod, or a piece of machinery repaired, ook over the card and decide where on will bestow your patronage. Per. aps you don't need anything to-day, or this week, in that ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 22 October 1879

PROGRAMME FOR THE FAIR. WEDNESDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clouk, A. M. From 10 to 12 an exhibition in the ira of all the cattle, under direction of thr Superintendent. From 12 to 2 a display of all the borses, beginning with those led by the halter, and closing with saddle, single and matched harness horses, as directed by the Superintendent. THURSDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clock A. M. 'the forenoon will be devoted to the examination in the arena, by the Cow mittee, of all cattle, succeeded by a display of the halter-led horses and mules, as directed by Superintendent. At this contest the Committee will tie'the ribbons. ' glass-ball shooting contest will take place during the morning. FRIDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clock A. LN. From 10 till 11 a display in the arena of the premium saddle horses. Froi 11 till 2 the same by the sin gle and double harness horses. At 2 P. M. the premiums will be awarded from the Executive Stand, at de conclusion of which the Fair will close. At 3.30 P. M. a meeting o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 23 October 1879

-----------------------------3'89. ONE, TWO, fRRE AND FOUR HORSE MILBWURN WAGOiNS Which gave such universal satisfaction to our customers last season. Bought bvfore the re.ent heavy advance in Iron, and of fered to onr friends for next thirty days, at, old prices for cash. Now is your twi** to get a good wagon cheap. At S. P. BOOZER'S .1ARDWARE STiE HIRNESS5 SADDILET11L U1 One, Two and Four Horse Wagon Ilar Single and Double Buggy Harness. Mens'. Youths' ani Boys' Saddles. Wagon and Buggy Collars. Wagon and Buggy Wbips, 1:iding and blind Iri'-"fs. Saddle Cloths, Horse Covers, Halters, &c., &c. Intending to make a specialty of the above mentioned Goods, I have probabiy the lar gest stock ever oftered in Newberry, and would ask your attention to the same, feel ing assured that I can suit you in quality and price. S. P. BOOZER. National Bank of NowbOrry, NEWBERRY, S. C. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,000-00. Surplus Profits, $65,000.00. R. L. McCAUG11RIN, President. JOHN B. CAMVILE. Cas3...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 23 October 1879

TURSDAY T NOR"C, OGT. 23. The First Day of the Fair. Notwithstanding tWe6ad condition. of the weather, the Fair opened yesterday under ver favorable circumstances. The number of entries amounted to nine hundred and fifty-eight, and the articles on exhibition are very good. The greatest display is in the Stock de partment, the department which the country at-large is most interested in, and ths cultivation of wbich is chiefly ealculated to develop general prosperi ty. There is a considerable sprinkling of blooded stock both among horses and cattle. The display of South Caro lina raised horses is fine; the colts es pecially N. The next highest number of entries is in field crops and vegetables, -100 entries. As you enter the first floor you find cotton in bales, cotton stalks, (some six feet high raised on up land,) pumpkins of wonderful size, huge beets, (no "dead beats,") a splen did collection of second crop Irish pota toes, sugar cane grown in this county, that looks like it might...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 23 October 1879

THtRSAY-MGRNuPiliv6 4 & The last score of 'the Vnoree Team. on Tuesday, the 2st, shows the follow ing splendid result, and if the boys do as well to-day at the Fair they will take the prize: Broke. Missed. J. A. Cromer. 11 1 F. Brooks, 11 1 Geo. Feltman. 10 2 Thos. Hutebinson, 11 1 . W. Keitt, 10 2 r. J. M. H. Ruff, 10 2 A. Willingham, 11 1 ALTERNATES. illie Suber, 9 3 . D. Hutchinson, 8 4 A postal card received at the Post Office bore the following intelligible superscription: 110 So pes. Se VeR SeRt Ra Vet he lak Mr. Boone made it out to be Post ffice, Silver Street, Rev. Henry Clark. The man who wont take a paper because he can borrow one, has invent ed a machine with which he can cook his dinner by the smoke of his neigh bor's chimney. Look for it in the north west corner of the Exhibition building, down stairs. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Goree, of this county, aged 6 months and 14 days, died of congestion on Mon day last. If-there is an individual in town who is ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 23 October 1879

PROGRAMME FOR THE FAIR. THURSDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clock A. 1. The forenoon will-beidevotedt the examination in the arena,-by the:Com mittee, of all cattle, succeeded by a display of the balter-led horses and mules, as directed by Superintendent. At this contest the Committee will tie the ribbons. A glass-ball shooting contest will take place during the .morniog. FRIDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clock A. N1. From 10 till 11 a display in the arena of the premium saddle horses. Fr6m 11 till 2 the same by the sin gle and double harness horses. At 2 P. M. the premiums will be awarded from the Executive Stand, at ,the conclusion of which the Fair will close. At 3.30 P. M. a meeting of the Society will be held for the election of officers for ensuing year. Each morning of the week, from 9 till 10 o'clock, will be devoted by the respective Committees to plowing mat ches and tests of all kinds of imple ments. Plowmen are expected to fur nish their own teams. Committees will meet at the Secre tary...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 24 October 1879

TIE IA<IL! REHALO BTLLETiHL T. F. GRENEKER, PUB'x. Fair Week, Fridayj October 24, 1879. ..-?E DISTIBUTION. ONE, TWO THREE AND FOUR HORSE ILiBUlRN WA('ON' Vhich gave such universal satisfrtction io customers last season. Bought before erecent heavy advance 'in Iron. andi o0 rbd to ou frIends for nextthirty dai%-* V d prices for cash. Now is your time to t a good wagon cheap. t S. P. BOOZER'S HARDWARE STORE. ARNES8, SADDLERV, &U ne, Two and Four Horse Wagon Iar ss. ingle and Double Buggy Harness. ens'. Youths' and Boys' Saddles. agon and Buggy Cbllars, Wagon and ggy Whips, uiding and Blind 'firidles, die Cloths, Horse Covers, Halters, &c., itending to make a specialty of the above ntioned Goods, 1 have probably the lar t stockl' ever offered in -Newbeiry,and uld ask your attention to the same, feel assured that I can suit you in quality d price. S. P. BOOZER. ational Bank of X wberry, NEWBERRY, S. C. PAID UP CAPITAL $150,0000.0. rplus Profits, $65,000.00. R. L. McCAUGHRIN, ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 24 October 1879

FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 24. We entirely neglected to write a Sal lutatory for our little BULLETIN with the first number, but do not overlook the importance of a Valedictory an nonneing that this issue is its last ap pearance fur the season. We hope that it has served the purpose designed and has given satisfaction to the many who have received it. Perhaps we may do so again, don't know nov. With many thanks to those who lib erally gave us their cards, and to others for their kind words, we shuffle off the daily harness and fall back on the weekly HErUALD, to which we kindly invite attention. The Thespians Gave a very pleasant entertainment in their Hall Wednesday evening. The bad weather prevented a large attend ance. Slasher and Crasher and Fish Out of Water, two excellent comedies, were played by members of the Club. Last night the weather was good, and the actors were greeted with a full house. The performance of Wednes day evening was repeated in first class style, the frequent app...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 24 October 1879

FRIDAY MORNING, uCT. 24 Among the patchwork quilts, two of silk, Nos. 745 and 633, and 549, the hat ter made by a little girl 6 years of age, were particularly noticeable. A home made rug, No. 132, also deserves men tion, we could not ascertain of what material it was made, but the amount of work on it -vas wonderful. A wool en counterpane, No. 333, was a good piece of work. The wine committee could'nt find a cork screw to open their bottles until an editor came up and furnished one he uses on paregoric bottles. A thim ble full of blackb,rry wine was his re ward. A very pretty piece of work and very much aduired by the ladies was a pillow sham with thread lace inser tion, made with 25 bobbius. Oh the amount of ..obbin' done. Lace work by a child 14 years old, a crotchet child's sack, a crotchet shawl, a lace handkerchief. and a large variety of Green house flowers, claim ed much attention. A long, low, plain shanty of undres sed pine, with a door at either eud had its scores of visi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald bulletin. — 24 October 1879

PROGRAMME FOR THE FAIR. FRIDAY. Gates open at 9 o'clock A. t%. From 10 till 11 a display in the arena of the premium saddle horses. From 11 till 2 the same by the sin gle and double harness horses. At 2 P. M. the premiums will be awarded from the Executive Stand, at the conclusion of which the Fair will close. At 3.30 P. M. a meeting of the Society will be held for the election of officers for ensuing year. Each morning of the week, from 9 till 10 o'clock, will be devoted by the respective Committees to plowing wat ches and tests of all kinds of imple ments. Plowmen are expected to fur nish their own teams. Committees will meet at the Secre. tary's office at 9 o'clock of each day. Animals may be exhibited under more than one class at the same Fair. PRICE OF ADMISSION. Adults 50 ets.; children under 12 years 25. Coaches, carriages, wagons, &c. (in mates paying for personal admission,) 50 cents; buggies and saddle-horses, 25 cents. Delegates from Agricultural Socie ties, reporters...

Publication Title: Daily Herald Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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