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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

er ELBERT H. AULL, EmTOB. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WK j?. HOUSEALP NVEWBERRY, S. C. T SDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891. STOT;ES AS EDITOR AND S'OKES AS DEBUATEI. We were at the Prosperity meeting and heard both President Stokes and Senator Butler. We were pleased with President Stokes' fairness and courtesy in conducting the discussion. Nothing was said by either of thsse two speakers which could be considered harsh or discourteous. But in the last issue of the Cotton Plant, Editor Stokes is neither fair nor courteous in his hand ling of Senator Butler's speech. The following extract is particularly outra geous. At Prosperity Senator Butler divided all men into three classes. Two of these classes are honest including him self. The "third one" he said, "who borrows at any price and never intends to pay it back. This last class is the one who wants to >orrow at 2 per cent. (ital ics ours). [From the News and Cou rier's report.] This is a remarkable statement from the Senator. The man ""wh...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

Local and S"ecial. We Offer Creat Bargains. In two sixty-saw Pratt Gins, feeders and condensers. One No. 2 Boss Power Press-secon-hand. MOSELEY BROS. Shockley Bros. The ad. on our 4th page sbul1read: o ockley Bros, conTraetors and build ers." This is now the style of the finm. Artists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale at tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery. An elegant assortment of Negligee hirts at BLALoCK's. tf Wanted. An active man or woman to act as agert in Newberry County for the Mat,hless Mineral Waters of Green ville, Ala. Good salary guaranteed. Apply to J. H. O'DELL, Laurens. 1. C., 2t Agent for State of South Carolina. What's Broke Loose in Newberry' The Herald and News published last week between four and five columns of the Prosperity debate next day. If enterprise like this is to be spread among the country press, no man can predict the result. Brother Aull must account for this at t meeting of the Press Associa ille Press and Banner. At Leavell & Speers. Large and pretty ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

'UBLISRED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY. S. C. THE DEBATE AT rROSPERITY. What Senator Butler Told a Reporter About his Meeting1with lPresl dent Stokes. [From the Baltimore Sun.] WASHINGTON, July 31.-Senator . C. Butler, of South Carolina. atived here to-day from Edgefield, S. C., having com pletely used up two sub-treasury cham pions in open joint debate at Prosperity. In relating his experience at the latter place Senator Butler said he went there determined to give the people a plain talk on the financial question. He did not em ploy any confusing statistics, but simply told his hearers how foolish it was for them to be led away with the idea that. the Government is going to lend money to every man or woman who wants it without security. There were a number of interrupters scattered through the crowd, but the Sen ator's long experience in the Senate as a rnaing debater enabled him to dispose of his supposed tormentors without much trouble. On every hand to-day he was congratulated up...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

E BH1.WE SCT SA) 13,'11 P $0. ESTAB-LISHED 11865. -N.-VERx,SC,THURSDAY, A-UGUS SHACKLING JEFFERSON DAVIS. 0 The Officer Who Did It Describes How It Was Done. [From the Leavenworth Times.] t The following letter was received by r an ewployee of the Times from his father, an(' is of such interest that we give it to the public: ROANOsE, S. D., July 4- P My DEAR SoN: There has been much t said and written about Jefferson Davis 9 in relation to putting fetters on him at Fortress Monroe, Va. Some state ments are in part true and others are false, and some say he never was u shackled. u On the morning of May 23, 1865, I was detailed as officer of the day, and after guard mount I reported to Gen. n Nelson Miles for special orders in re gard to the three State prisoners, Jef Z5 0 ferson Davis, C. C. Clay, and John Mitchell, who were confined in separate gun-rooms or casemates, the embras ures of which were closed with heavy b iron bars looking out on the moat or a ditch, which is about sixty...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WK p. .fHOUSEAL, NEWBERRY, S. C. ISDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891. STOKES AS EDITOR AND STOKES AS DEBATER. We were at the Prosperity meeting and heard both President Stokes and Senator Butler. We were pleased with President Stokes' fairness and courtesy in conducting the discussion. Nothing was said by either of thsse two speakers I which could be considered harsh or discourteous. But in the last issue of the Cotton Plant, Editor Stokes is neither fair nor courteous in his hand ulng of Senator Butler's speech. The following extract is particularly outra geous. At Prosperity Senator Butler divided all men into three classes. Two of these classes are honest including him self. The "third one" he said, "wno borrows at any price and never intends to pay it back. This last class is the one who wants to borrow at 2 per cent. (ital ics ours). LFrom the News and Cou rier's report.] This is a remarkable statement from the Senator. The man "who borrows at any price and neve...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

Local and Special. We Offer Creat Bargains. In two sixty-saw Pratt Gins, feeders nud condensers. One No. 2 Boss Power ress-second-hand. Mos.EL.Ey BnOS Shockley Bros. The ad. on our 4th page shn"d read: "Shockley Bros, contractors and build ers." This is.now the style of the tirm. Artists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale at - tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery. An elegant assortment of Negligee hirts at BLALOCK'. tf Wanted. An active man or woman to act as agent in Newberry County for the Matchless Mineral Waters of Green ville, Ala. Good falary guaranteed. Apply to J. H. O'DELL, Laureus. S. C., 2t Agent for State of South Carolina. What's Broke Loose in Newberry? The Herald and News published last eek between four and five columns of Wie Prosperity debate next day. If enterprise like this is to be spread among the country press, no man can predict the result. Brother Aull must account for this at the next meeting of the Press Associa tion.-Abbeville Press and Banner. At Leavell & Spee...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 August 1891

1'UBLISHED i.RY TIURSDAT AT NEW BERRY, S. C. iFE DEBATE AT FROSPERITY. Wbat Senator Butler Told a Reporter About his Meeting1with JFresl dent Stokes. [From the Baltimore Sun.] WAsHixaToN, July 31.-Senator M. C. Butler, of South Carolina, arrived here to-day from Edgetield. S. C., having com pletely used up two sub-treasury cham pions in open joint debate at Prosperity. In relating his experience at the latter place Senator Butler said he went there determined to give the people a plain talk on the financial question. He did not em ploy any confusing statistics, but simply told his hearers how foolish it was for them to be led away with the idea that the Government is going to lend money to every man or woman who wants it without security. There were a number of interrupters scattered through the crowd, but tLe Sen ator's long experience in the Senate as a running debater enabled him to dispose of his supposed tormentors without much trouble. On every hand to-day he was congratulated...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

ESTABLISHED 1865. TNEWBERRY,_S. C., TURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1891. YA ESTA_--_--_-_-A OUR MIG COTTON CRtOPS. F.,roers Will lrabae Thein and the Worbl Wants Thein-Ruilnously Low Prices Not a Necessary Result of a Great Yield -A Texas Man's Hopeful View of the Situation. A Galveston News reporter inter viewing Mr. Julius Ruge, one of the largest cotton men of the South, asked his opinion of the proposition, so often discussed by the Farmers' Alliance in the various States, to reduce the acreage of cotton and thus secure better prices for what cotton they raise. "It is a good plan, of course," said he, "but it cannot be put into practice. When one man reduced another would increase, so as to have more cotton for the coming good prices. Of course, if a scarcity could be made, better prices would prevail. "But." said he, "I think it i, a mis take to credit the present low prices to over-production. We have made a large crop and there is every indication at the present time that the next crop ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

EVEiY TiiURSDAY ^r NE vBERR Y. .; LL, e. N EL-,E1RT H. AULL. P i THERUPDAY, AUGUST TILLMAN AT jzED SrI1NGS. Governor Tilman is a man of un usual ability. He is a skillful debater ud politician, as he demonstrated in the last canpaign. But we had not expected to find in him thescholar and the poet. His introductory rernarks to the Scotchmen of Noril Carolina are felicitous and show an appreciative familiarity with the immortal Robbie B'urns and the literature of Scotland hat we would not have expected from the rough campaigner of last year. It is well, however, that some of the Governor's quotations were veiled in the Scotch dialect, or else they must have rather embarrassed .he bonny cotch lassies of Red Springs. We cannot, of course, agree with ~~__ It bu everything the Governor said, but taken as a whole the address was an admirable one, and the more remark able in that it was delivered, as we are informed, without notes or manu seriUt. MIr. Tiliman 's remLa ks on th:e Third party...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

Local ani Srecial. A Scare at Glenn't. A case of scarlet fever was reprted a' Glenn's Springs last week, but It va a mistake, and only a cazse of ton silitis. The three hundred guests were somewhat alarmed, and sone of thei left the Springs. We Offer Great Bargains. In two sixty-saw Pratt (ins, fe-1 rind condensers. One No. 2 Boss - -kc Presso-second-hn ild. 11ig Barbecue. W. J. Mills, the king of hash, will give another barbecue at Young's Grove near Prosnerity, at the Reumion of Company Ci., 13th Regiment, onWed nesday, August 26th. -E W.ll Not Be Moved. The County School Board nict on Friday to hear an appeal to remove the Flint Hill white school in Township No. 4 one milo north of its present site. The school trustees of the township had decided against removal, and they were sustained by the County Board. Winthrop Scholarsips. The Board of County Examiners have given the State appointment in the Winthrop Training School to Miss S. E. Dillard, of Newberry. 'hiQ scholarship is eq...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

M;LV:L!1EI LD VRY TIURSDAY AT SNE VVBERRY. S. C. ~~-IN DARKEST RUSSIA." A Starting Exposure of the Treatment of the Jews--Instances Given that Seem Almost Incredible. LoNo, August 13.-The work en titled "In Darkest Russia" lias met w.th a very good sale and to-day a s' - ond edition was issued. ~~ Ook is devoted to an e- of the wrongs from which t* Jews of Russui sufler, -."A ' e ition of to-day gives a long list of fresh persecutions to which He brews in that country have been sub jected. A vast mass of statistics is p-esented to prove that the statement alleged to have been made by the Czar that the Jews were connected with the dyna mite outrages is unfounded. One-instance of intolerance of the Czarina is given in the book, the facts concerning which were reccivel from a trustworthy source. Her majesty, in companywith theCzar, some timesince inspected the troops forming the garri son at Moscow. It is custonarv on such occasions to give the soldiers a holiday after the inspection i...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

-11E CHArPELLS RIIDGE. id Newberry to be rought into T loser Conacction. County-Principles and Demauds I' kii- -- 1(1 ic o the Order to be Ex 1e-Of andi nium de !and sthe Saluda Rtivra o be a fixed fact. w 4'h 1 : .h th e co n - i g n m ed p a ce s: : r Geo. T. Reid, -AtCromersStore, n'sa, S'P -faeev tember 1st, under the charge of the fo! 'ciofi topels loin Alliances, to wit : Liberty Hall, / hid h Eden, armaay Academy and 1' N~~~~~~~ewber- at Busht River church, on Wedlnes-foIn ntadChlrn MW Chap- day, September :nd, under the charge ,of Jalapa, K in ard ' s, R eedersv lle, T h - - ~ -a-r ~ vrT' .1~ a-%-CT-- -~ - its, govesan sean,Vaughauville Aili ~S HD 16o. '~ ~yitiii, . C. TJIJ SLAY,AUG ST mu~ia. Spteber3d,~ . known to me." H. A. AncE, E D., 'n I L k 'chu eb, und r t e c111SoA~ .. .xfor , Boo ky n,. Y. ' injio s e Aa tM a n ....... _____,,.__.- .. i - ..-r.....-. ? -A . .,..1 eaeTh v en m n OUR BIG COTTON CROPS. FArtners Will Raise Them and the World Wants Themn-Ruinnusly Low Pr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

Iwill r r 41 cratic ates t Soutl PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY AT and to pr( NEWBERRY, S. C. Carol cratic and i THE DEBATE AT PROSPERITY. Hi! his p What Senator Butler Told a Reporter they About his Meeting,with !Presl- the dent Stokes. third cal ej [FroM the Baltimore Sun.] WAsHING-o-, July 31.-Senator -M.0. A Butler, of South Carolina, arrived here to-day from Edgefield, S. C., having com- A Pr pletely used up two sub-treasury cham pions in opon joint debate at Prosperity. In relating his experience at the latter place Senator Butler said he went there determined :o give the people a plain talk SA on the financial question. He did not em ploy any confusing statistics, but simply terdi told his hearers how foolish it was for Allia them to be l-d away with the idea that the Governraent is going to lend money appr to every m; n or woman who wants it Of th without sect rity. meni There wece a number of interrupters thin, scattered through the crowd, but the Sen- diffe ator's long experien...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

Local and SpeciaL A Scare at Glenn'd. A case of scarlet fever was reported at Glenn's Springs Ii;,t week, but it wat a mistake, and only a case of ton silitis. The three hundred guests were stomewhat alArmed, and sone of them lefi the Springs. We Offer Creat Bargains. In two sixty-saw Pratt Gins, fetd n nd condensers. One No. 2 Boss PVwe Press-second-hand. 30mvBnos. B.ig Barbecue. W. J. Mlills, the king of hash, will give another barbecue at You ng's Grove near Prosperity. at the l,eunion of Company G., 13th Regiment, on Wed nesday, August 26th. 2t Will Not Be Moved. The County School Board met on Friday Mo hear an appeal to remove the Flint Hill wbite school in Township No. 4 ore mile north of its present site. The school trustees of the township had decided against removal, and they were sustained by the County Board. Winthrop Scholarshipi. The Board of County Examiners have given the State appointment in the Winthrop Training School to Miss S. E. Dillard, of Newberry. This schola...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 August 1891

PUBLISHD ) 1 LRY THlURSDAY A'i NEW BERRY. S. C. .,I-- DA11J.Ej- RVCSSATA." A Startling Expoisure of the Treatment of the Jewe-nstances Given that See:M Almost Incredible. LoNOX, Ar'gust 13.-The wor,K el titled "In Darkest I'Ussi" has Met With a very good sale and to-day a s( ond edition was isued. The book is devoted to an expose of the wrongs from which the Jews of R'ussui sufler, and the edition of to-day gives a long list of fresh persecutions to which He brews in that country have beei sub jected. _ jevt mss of statistics is p-esented to prove that the statement alleged to have been made by the Czar that the Jews were connected with the dyna mite outrages is unfounded. One instance of intolerance of the Czarina is given in the book, the facts concerning which were received from a trustworthy source. Her majesty, in company with the Czar, some ti me since inspected the troops forming the garri son at Moscow. It is custoiary on such occasions to give the soldiers a holiday after t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 August 1891

*~ e- 865. - _-EWBERRL, S C., TURSDAY, AUGUS8 YRA ANTI-SUBTIZEASURY. An Effort on the Part of Con,ervatIvc Members of tho Order to Emancipa pate the A]Iauce froim the Control of Scheming 11ollticlans and De S141ning Denagogues. Au;.gst 12, 1891. To the uiemers of the Farmers Alii ance and Industrial L7nion, and of the Farmers an(I Laborers' Union of the United States: BRoTIER:-Thi! comrulicati.n is for the purpose of informing you that there will be held in the city of St. Louis, State of Missouri, on the third 6% Tuesday (15th day) of September, 1891. a meeting of the Alliance brothers of W o are in accord with the resolutions passed at a meet ing recently held in the city of Fort Worth, Texas. The objects of the Fort Worth meet ing are fully set out in the resolutions adopted by that body hereto appended. The undersigned were elected an ex ecutive committee to nLke all arrange ments necessary for the convention re ferred to above. We have corresponded with the gen eral managers of...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 August 1891

n-.1. WE.LTU OF T EEO1'LD The Cenbus ;;urcau SLay, it !S $1,000 per Capit-south Caroin' )Decreage. WAImx .TON, Azg.g .-The Census BUreauto-day :.ue1 a bulletin on the assessed valuation of real and personal property of several Stats and Terri tories. The v:iuations e shown for years of 880ai ith the excep d&' of Michigan, which is for ISS, and Arkansas, Delaware, Iowa. Mississippi, New 1exico. washington and Wyo ming, which are for 1889. The bulletin shows that the assessed value of all property has increased from $16,902,993,43 in ISSO to $24,249, 589,804 in 189K, an increase during the decade of $7,316,596,261, an amount equivalent to the true value of all prop erty as returned by the United States census in 18-50 (.7,135,780,228.) Should it be found upon the com pletion of inquiry in relation to the true value of all property in the United States that the s.me relation exists in 1890 between the assessed valuation and the true valuation as existed in 18SO the absolute wealth ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 August 1891

Loco.1 a.nd Special. *4.1it 4-. iw t hs received - . . y 1 , 1 i,,> s' t I premium P"' 411 11,11 to1b"hId in Co-. Y 0 U it, Is,,). J - N A TI WS~'. *0*, . , will Ion at J. 1). Y ;il4MAU curUil C hlronic I iarr h< 11t3ra ttle- I , (lhseases, Skit, <1' 'r I..y..,,, Ril, etc. I have use<l it ' far Moen I nidigestion in my ow -1 =wt rad relief. 11 a 1wtg m . A gt. for ew 'rr C 'uwt Willunty. Wagons and Buggies. All prices, and as cheap as the e e t. . al an d g et p rie s befo re b u y eap - - 1m. F. A. Scun1MPER~T, AGT eZwberry tuing and~ Investmn prepared to buy all kinds of county l e t e Ill c o nt y o r to w n , loaus it any antioutit, at all n good security. l.'or tetrms see and Treaturhr. lguta Newbe o r Is the place for the Apple Vinegar on the market for pickling. 1y For sale. A select line of cheap and fine Pic ture Frames at tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery. tEngine Fittings. Call :P F. A. Schumpert for Globe, Angle and Check Valves, Inspirators, Injectors, Lubrica...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 August 1891

Y TlIti)Y A - EWVBERR Z S. '. TH I' OLD"RE They are le',pngthe Govcrnme:nt!o Mukv TFrom the New York Wrt.] Gen. Dabney H. Maury, of the dis t'n'Uished Soutlhern family of that niame, has been appointed to PO1. tion in -the war records oilice of the war department to assist in gathering inforiation for the rds of the Rtebellon," n'w in course of puuc tion. men. Maury has be:ien om miSsioned to iuspeet, "'e vaAuaWle records of the southcrn Hstorical So S Iety, and c ill ;e" .t o for Rich mondherehe will s.1)"I -j'n gathering- materka... The department f .n ejorts to gather the record Is nI - federate armies, and Wita: h in view opened neg"OIaluns "go with Gen. Jubal ary, of r!0 bir- for the privleg of inspectog the valuabie papers in his Fe5s _i. re Nating to his famlous VasoY camipg S -.nd the advance on a IS64 A special emiSary ol te de partment secured, with the aid of Se atorDanie!, who was Early's stafr, the r 'he General to transfer Permission of the documents in his Poss: *i! t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 August 1891

LoA LB EISTABLISHED1 5.---- --'.NE"4ANBERRY. S. .~ THURSDAY, AUGfIUST 7 81 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ P I E$,0AY A ANTI-sUnTEAsUItY. An Effort on the Part or Conservative Members of the Order to Einancipu pate the AlliAnce from the Control of Scheining PoNticlansand De signing Demagogues. HUURRD, ANDoPH(oVNTY ,MO..I August 12, 1891. To the Meinbrs of the Farmers Alli ance and Industrial Union, and of the Farmers and Laborers' Union of the United States: B.oTlIEPts:-This communicati,n is for the purpose of informing you that there will be held in the city of St. Louis, State of 'Missouri, on the third Tuesday (15th day) of September, 1391. a meeting of the Alliance brothers of the United States, who are in accord with the resolutions passed at a meet ing recently held in the city of Fort Worth, Texas. The objects of the Fort Worth meet ing are fully set out in the resolutions adopted by that body hereto appended. The undersigned were elected an ex ecutive committee to make all arrange ments neces...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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