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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 June 1892

.:THE PARSON'S BtABY. A Saturday Serinonette. Y FRANC':S EATON. A correspondent of the Atlanta Jour nal furnished that paper with the fol lowing touching little story, giving due credit to Harper's Bazar, from which it had been clipped, and ex pressi-ng the belief that every woman would enjoy the sweet little sermon preached us by "The Parson's Baby:" Every white flower had been cut in the village. The parson's baby was dead. The news of a fire never travel ed faster through the Main street. Even the burly saloon keeper, the one rum-seller in the place, who looked upon the parson as his natural enemy, when told the fatal news, exclaimed! "By God! that's rough ! That's rough!" The cobbler's crippled daughter sent her one white rose. She had wondered, as it grew, who could be worthy of its beauty. Small groups of children stopped on their way to school, and were led into the dim parlor to look upon the beau tiful up-turned face. which, for the first time, refused them a smile. One of ...

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. — 15 June 1892

ri EI .RP ESTABLISHED 1865. NEAWBERRY9 S. C., WED-NESDAY9 --JU-NEiI 82 RCE$.0AYA HIT HOT AND HAND. Youmans Uses Tillman's Methods on Till xnan--Caustic and Cutting Remarks Which Stung jhe Governor to the Quick-The Campaign Peter ing Out at the Beginning. [Special to Greenville News.] HAmPTON, S. C., June 8.-It looks as if the campaign is petering out before it fairly starts. I countad 260 persons present, including men, women. and children, a few persons of color and candidates. There may have been 350 altogether when the meeting was the biggest. The platform had been handsomely decorated with evergreens and United States flags. The Rev. Mr. Dowling opened the proceedings with prayer. Maj. M. B. McSweeney, count. chair man, made a brief, strong and eloquent introductory address. Lieutenant Governor Gary was the first speaker. He was received in dead silence. He proceeded to discuss the farmer's movement platform of 1890. He maintained that the Governor had carried out as far as he c...

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. — 15 June 1892

ELBERT H1. AU'LL,lir . NEWBERRY. S. C. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, WEDIESDAY, JXNE 1.. 1-S2. "THE ADDRESS." The address issued by the caucus is "rich, rare and racy," and long. It is a matchless address. We do not re member ever to have seen one its qual. We presume it is meant as a rallying cry. The "reformers," as they call themselves, must think the situation is dangerous indeed. The pastious must be stirred and the predjudiets aroused, otherwise the offices they want can't be obtained. What argument is used to convince the voter that he must support Till manites for office simply because they say they are Tillmanites, without any other qualification? The address says we must 'elect a Legislature in sympathy withGovernor Tillman so that he can redeem his promises. He had a Legislature in sympathy with him two years and he himself says they were "driftwood," as an explanation for a failure to carry into execution his promises. What good will another Legislature in...

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. — 15 June 1892

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. The Newberry Itafles, Assisted by Newherry's best talent, will present "Strife" at the opera house itext Wednesday night. The perform ance will be first class in every respect and will deserve a full house. Seats on sale at the Central Drug Store. The Jalapa Democratic Club Will meet at Jalapa, Saturday in the afternoon at 3 p. m., June 2.5itb, 1892. Every member is especially request.d to attend. By order of the president. WM. F. WHIG HT. J. B. CAMPBELL, Secretary. 2t. Clothing! Clothing!! Big Bargains in Cithing in order to close out balance of spring goods. Will sell at a big discount. If you have de ferred buying your Spring Suit now is your time. 0. M. JAMIESON. ly Silk Arrasene, Embroid.:rv and Etch ing Silk, Artist's Tube Oil Paints and a select line of Picture Frames for sale at Salter's Photograph Gallery. It. A Bargain. For sale-a seven room cottage with well of water and all necessary im provements. Desirably located in the village of Helena. Price $450...

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. — 15 June 1892

The lluoag"- of' Flyin;z Ull,; are CLZ~I:lt on Sen%itized Pllate... American tegister.] The .\mateunr Photographer contains some details of the experiments which G. V. Boys has been making in photo graphing flying hullets by the aid of an eleetric spark. These expereniints, it will be reebelrd, were briePy touched upon by Captain Abney, in in his presidential address at the Cani era club conference. The spark, it is said, is generated by the discharge of a Leyden jar, there being in the con ductor from it two breaks, which, to gether with the electric fluid has not pres;ure suficient to jump. But when the bullet or flying object makes contact with one the spark is instantly emitted from the other. As then the duration of this spark may be even much less than the one millionth of a second, it is far and away in ex cess of the speed of the bullet, which consequently appears to be stationary, and a very precise 'view is accon plished by the camers. This view records the form of the buP...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 June 1892

The J ma . or F1yinag,:n. - are Cat:ht cn Sensitized P'lAte.. .\mterican I g t a-r. The .\ma:teur Ph'!otogra pher con ta:in some details of the experinents which G. V. Iloys has been making in photo graphing fliNg bulets by the aid of an elkctrir spark. Thes- exi.\iHmennits, it will be renei n i.red, wert- briell v touched upon bv Captain Abney, in in his presidential addr-s at the Cai era club conference. The sl-ark. it is said, is generat;ed by the discharge of a Leyden jar, there bing in the -on ductor from it two breaks, which, to gether with the electric iluid has not pres,are suflicient to jumlp. But when the bullet 'r tvinlg objt nakes eontact with one the spark is instantly emittemd front the other. As then the duration of this spark may be evenl much less thanl tie one millionth of a seconl, it is far and away in ex cess of the speed of the bullet, which consequently appears to be stationary, and a very precise view is accon plished by the camera. This view records the form...

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. — 22 June 1892

2i r - _ --- ,,.7J \ TE.I ESTlABLISHED 13 NEBERRY, S. C.., JI WEDNEDAY , J t Ni2 82 RCE$.0AYA A REPLY TO COL. KEIT. Dr. O. B. Evans, of Kinarde, Ijefend. Gov vrnor Tillmau's Adminiatration. Editor Herald and News: In your issue of the 8th iust. I notice an "ap peai' to the citizens of South ('arolina from Col. Keitt. Such appeals I con sider not only an attack on Governor Timjin,._but on every tan who voted fbetirn two years ago and who sees proper to sustain his admih.stration to-day. Col. Keitt comnares Gov. Tillman to an 'ignorant cobbler" unable to "draw a straight line." Let him ask "Coo saw people" whether Tillman draws a line straight enough to keep them within the bounds of honesty and obe dience to the laws of South Carolina. I think they will tell hin that he is the best "political carpenter" that ever attempted to strengthen the "farmers' platform" or drive a nail into corrup tion wherever found. Col. Keitt attempts to prove, and pretends to believe, that the Governor is ...

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. — 22 June 1892

ELBEl:T 11. AULL, i* r:. NEWBEIRRY. S C. ELBERT 11. AUL L, I Proprietors. WM. P. ~dOUSEAL, 1 ED.ESD :, K .\E 22. h #9 . THE DEMOCRATIC NOINAT1ONS. As the Hera'd and News i- being closed up for the press on this the first day of the National Democratic gath ering at Chicago, the indications are unmistakable, though they have in no wise been unexpected, that the great convention will to-morrow annouice, on the first ballot, the nomination of Grover Cleveland as the enthusiastic outcome of its patriotic labors. This result has been looked for, with widely different kinds of expectancy, however, by both great national parties, Mr. Cleveland's wonderful hold upon the consciences and support of the masses of the American people being patent to all. It is quite as plain that, contrary to the experiences of great statesmen generally, -Mr. Cleveland's popularity has clung to him through every phase of his public career, and his party has now, with even greater persistency than before, for th...

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. — 22 June 1892

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. ARRIVAL AND2 I EI'AKTI-kk 1F >IAI.1 No.li--Fromtolurntbiat,IreknVIlle 1 p II No. I!-Frotl GreenViIle to Col ta l2u 4 1 i tt MAIL ON C. N. : L. a. R. From Charleston to Clin'on . ---------- 12 3 p ini C rorn Clinton to t.harleston.......---.- 4 1 P II Mail will be open only one-i:t houir after mail is up. and the oIter d,or will he closed at dark. O.bee cioses daily at a p. III , ex'el L Saturday. On Saturday open until dark. ARRIVAL AND iYA.TCICE of STAIt 1:LCTE. NEWBERRY AND UTul'IA. Leave Monday and Thursd:y...... ...... p to Arrive Monday and Thursday............. - p itI NEwBEOIO.Y AND WHIT.IIRE",. Leave Tuesday and Friday.............. l::u p lin Arrive Tuesday and Friday.......- i: in LAURENS AND NEwBE.RY. Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and saturday... I p ni Ar. Tuesday, Thutsday and Saturday... 1'i it It. MOO1RMAN, P. 31. Postponed.. The Clippings Social of the New berry Woman's World's Fair Club has been postponed to Friday night, July 1st. When in need of a ni...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 22 June 1892

TIfl.. \EE1) OIF INI)t.'TJIA1 TI:.AI_ IN(:. Synop,i- of the Adcire'' Ueiiccrrd >:. I'. C. WV. Weich Pefore the Pro.lewriry High School. But there is more for us to do th: think and talk of former timn and o associations. The world is:w"tive, wO' jug forward and it becomes to us prin:e question to know what we ht: best do to keep abreast of this onwa: march. There can be no standing ti -either progression or retrogres-iln the order of existence. It falls to the lot of few tien to so the seeds of a great idea and live to s. thern g-r' 4inate, grow, lloss' m ai bear fruit. So in the movemenctt w ii YoU have made. You l"annto.t live iol enough to see the full fruitage of yo sowing, but you may eveNi now some good accompllli-ihaIlv y our etlk in establishing this school. We mnnu work, having faith. No man tiin any greater stimulant to enleavor tha faith is. But along with faith ns h comnpanion goes hope. Faith is ti main-spring of action, while hope the energy that drives the mxailner...

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. — 29 June 1892

ESTABLISHED 18650. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEiNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1892. PRICE $1.50 A YEAR Victory on Our Banner. CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON The Ticket Nominated By the National Democratic Con vention at Chicago. ON.Y ONE BALLOT FOR EACH. Full Proceedings of a Heated Contest and Lively Session. The Detnocratic National Convention was.called to order in the Wigwam at Chicago, Tuesday. the 21st inst., by Chair man Brice of the National Committee. The constructors- of the wigwam claimed that it would pack 20,000 people standing and seat J,000, Ap parently these limits were reached, but GROVER CLEVELAD. as for bearing the speeches or discerning the features of the speakers the majority of the audience was about as well off as the on-lookers at a spectacular exhibi tion of the "Fall of Bablyou". Nevertheless the discomforts were in great part taken goo( humoredly and to be in and to fori a part of a great National Democratic convention see:med to be soul-satisfying glory enough, or c The Convention w...

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. — 29 June 1892

ELBERT 1. AtLL, EDITOR. NEWBERRY. S. C. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, WEDNESD.Y, JUIL 29. 1S92. AN EDITORIAL BOLT. We publish from the Cotton Plant an editorial bolt from the Democratic nomination at Chicago last week. What the Cotton Plant means or in tends to gain by such utterances we fail to see. The editor, Dr. J. Wm. Stokes, is the Senator from Orangeburg County and is annonced as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress from his District. It is said, however, that Dr. Stokes is not the author of that editorial but that it is the labor of the associate editor Mr. J. W. Blwden, and this is probably true as Mr. Bowden in an interview says that South Carolina will have a Third Party ticket out for electors. The author of that editorial will find to his sorrow that he has mistaken the feelings of the Alliance men of South Carolina for they are true and tried Demcrats and will not go wandering off after strange political parties for which there is not a...

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. — 29 June 1892

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. ARRIVAL AND 1.I'ARTetRh OF 3] A i;. No.11--FrornColurbuatoG:reem.vile 1 n mn N-o. 1t-Fron GreenvilietoCo:lu1n>ia 4 I:p :n MAIL ON C. N. & L.. .. From Charleston to tlin'on............ 1 : p In Frorn Chnton to .harleston......... ..4 1' y 1n dail will be open only one-ht!f hour after mail is up. and the outer door wil be (c1osed at dark. OUice closes daily at 5 p. rn , extpt Sat.urday. On Saturday open um,il dark. AK>IVAL AND D..re TUIn. OF -r: >1 -oTE. NFW1IERRY AND UToPIA. Leave Monday and Thursday...............: p 11 Arrive Monday and Thursday. ........... : > in NEWBERRY .NI. WHIMTMi:'s. Leave Tuesday and Friday.............. 2:1 p in Arrive Tuesday and Friday............ 12 1: LAURENS AND NEW12:IRY. Lv. Tuesday. Thur:1y:tndsaturday... I rin Ar. Tuesday. Tiu. lay and Saturday... 12 In IR. MOORMAN. '. \l. Store ltobl-d. Mr. Iendy, of (hilville, telegraphed the Newberry police on Iondary to lok out for a thief who stole $7.60 in cash, and soie wa...

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. — 29 June 1892

Contributed. U1tl EGYPTIAN MONUMENTS. What They Are, and What They lepresei still through Egypt's desert plaice. Flows the lordly Nile, From its bank the great stone face. Gaze with patient sruile. Still the pyramids inIperi4,u+ Pierce the cloudless skies, And the Sphinx stares wi;lh inperi~us Solemn, stony eyes. LONU. ELLoW As we have before our eyes dai here in Newberry somewhat rude pi tures, it is true, of the three most stri ing Egyptian monuments-the Pyi mids, Sphinx and the Obelisk, Egyptian Needle-it may interest son of your readerN to know somethii about them, and what they represe, They constitute a subject full of inte est, about' which the most disti guished writers have grown eloquet though we find them serving in tL picture the very prosy purpose of yankee advertisement for a brand flour. What a descent from the su lime to the ridiculous; or rather, pe haps, from the poetic and romantic the utilitarian. These are all thr leading monuments of ancient Egy tian civilizati...

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. — 6 July 1892

U} UUELmL) et btIbtI5. ESABLISHID 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1892. PRICE $1.50 A YEAR REBUKED BY A MIINISTER.' The Rev. S. M. Richardson would not Sit on the Stand and Listen to Governor Tilhman's Profanity without Pulic ly Rebuking Blm--The Liv-llest Meeting of the Campaign Bloodshed Narrowly Averted. [Condensed from News and Courier.1 FLORENCE, June 30.-The Florence meeting deserves the palm for confusion and disorder. The previous meetings hardly compare, and the most radical lovers of the sensational had cause for delight. Of profane words and harsh assertions there was free and unlimited coinage, and the place of meeting was for a time really converted into a scene of battle. As for the Governor he dis tinguished himself. It is understood that his temperature was too high for the thermometer to register. The meet ing was held in Coit street, near the centre of the town. Six hundred peo ple were present. No ladies were visible and the darkies were absent. Nearly t...

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. — 6 July 1892

ELBE,UT . LL, - 2,~ v.- 10 ,.T'k AL'. E -11, -.roL W3 1.3 E. SD' EAL. -Ir, CoUNTi C)NvENToN. E;sewlere we putih a: fu li a rcport of the conventio:n O'm ?om iay as our space pernht. ' We h" tied I.to tell the story as it h.ppe 1 .nd to hive exact justic<" to all th:' {-.1, Of Course tIe synC is of thr iEt':'s does not (1 uli. :Ce t ! ' Ez , but no RI synopir (:0(' ti::. The ierad a::'l News wia grati8id w\ ith one ti.in _, t ie gow i t \C at t r vaded ail who were pr,s:ent. We are gli to see the people retting to that point where they can dir witiout making it a personal mu:atter. They caon mai: tain their re-pective positions with all the vigor of their intElliet andl( tongue, and still do it in a friendly and ha :imo nious In:a::ner. Evervb:>dy seems .ati,i.l m ith the work, but there can be no doubt that in the minds of all fair-minded persons a great i:just'ce was done those fifty three Democrats who begged the privi lege ofa Democratic Convention to per mit theml to forml...

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. — 6 July 1892

LOCAL AND SPECL4L._| Y. B. T. Co. ' Old Herald and News buiidiing to night (\Wedinesday ). Ad nis-i',: -, anI I) cents. Reserved s ats :.: en W. "Punch" will te p:ayed. 1. Don't fail to call on S. I. Joies when you want lee. _!. 1'roh:iisition Conveni-on. On Saturday next. 9th inmt. 'r will be held a Prohibition ('onv.: in the Courthoui . at 11 a. in. The convention will b, addressed by ;-ran nent speakers, arnon whomi Wi .e the Hon. L. D. (h'lild_, of Colunbia. An invitation is extende'dto all n) - crats in favor of prohibitoio to a ttend. Call on Smith cc Weari while 't can get choice goods. They are s iug them cheap for the c:e h. Dis count on all cash purciases 1~ to > per cent. tf 1vant-d To purchase farm lands in Newberry County for cash, or to exchange town lots, or house and lots, for lands. Pur chases made now and posse.sion taken in December. NEWBERtY BI-Li)ING AND INVEST MENT CoMPANY. 4t Harris' Lithia springs. A regular line of hotel hacks meets trains at Waterloo and...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 6 July 1892

I:.ATs OCALA. How la You Like Thi4 Platform. A eizetin of Worth ('4)unty. (ieorgia, announces his candidacy for Congre"ss, and givos his platform throug'i the co!umins of the Worth Local as follows The writer takes this method of an nouncing to the people of Worth County that lie is a candidate for Con gress in the third party nomination. My reasons for leaving the old Demo cratic party are that it has always schemed and tried to give everybody an equal showing, by which those who spent have got poorer, and the longest poles have knocked of all the persim mons. I now propose to give the short poles a chance. I believe that Wall street is able to feed the balance of the country an-i should be made to do it. The foolish system of every man having what he has earned and saved has become obso lete and should be abolished. I believe in creating new parties and government oflices until every man in the country, who is too lazy to do any thing else, can become an oflice-holder and collect ...

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 July 1892

w ESTABLISHE D 1805. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1892. PRICE $1.50 A YEAR A DAY OF EXCITEME T t EDGE FIELI). The Crowd About Eveniy i>ivided and Neither Side Allow- the Candidates of the Other to Speak-Rival Factions - lfrch and Remarch With Their Candidates on Their Shoulders. [Special to Augusta (hroniale.] EDGEFIELD, b. C. July 7.-The mest exciting meeting day of the Sotth Carolina campaign is closing in -altha dim sunset glory around this beautiful little town as I write. The echoes yet reverberate. The gallant, passionate, zealous men of this great couuity have been riding like lords out of towi~ all day, by the diflerent routes, and some of their cheers come back from over the hills now and are caught up or answered in town. The scenes that bave transpired here to-day are hard to describe. If tLe waves were laihed to foam in Fl ice, this has been a sec ond tempe day: Edgefield as the distinction of being strikingly original in everything she does. She therefore add...

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 July 1892

ELBEt, I. AULL, r iEWB E RRY. S. C. ELBERT TU. AU.LL. ! r3 WM. P. UOUSEAL, A 1 DISTINNCTl'O1 ITkIOI11 l.)IFFEV I\CE. The Her:6d atdI New - dtes not be lieve that Mr. Slii,h and Dr. Pope have had any idea of joining the Third party. We believe that they exycet and i:l tend to remain in the Dem:ocratie party. Dr. Pope opposed the idea of a Third party in the Ali=anet caucus in the State Convention. We also beiieve that Mr. J. Marcellus Lester is hone t and sincere in what he says in bis affidavit. As we under stand Mr. Lester these gentlemen did not use the word Third party in the caucus in question, but said that they stood on the Ocala platform and by the Alliance demands and these Mr. Les ter construes to be synolomots with Third party. That they stand on the Ocala platform and by tile Alliance de mands we presume neither Mr. Sligh nor Dr. Pope will deny. According to to Mr. Lester's way of looking at it that is the same thing as standing by the Third party. They make a dis tinctio...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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