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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 17 August 1892

O A AD SPECIAL. Winthrop Scholarsip. At the examination held of Friday, jth lntant, Miss Lizzie Reagin won the at scholarship in Winthrop Col This scholarship is worth $150, and is for two years. is aggeRodelsperger came sec od. Lumber! Lumber! O,000 feet of good Lumber for sale. 4t ROB'T MOORMAN. ZMg Time and Easy Terms. Parties desiring to buy farms on long tind' esy terms, will do well to onsult the Newberry Building and Ctompany. 1m - fease at St. Luke's. We have received an invitation to attend:& picnic at St. Luke's, for which we return our thanks, and we publish the following with pleasure: St. Luke's school will have a piebic gust 2D; no speeches of any kind. body is invited to bring baskets and eeiJoy4' day with us. SCHOLA RS. Harris' Lithia Water will save you fro fever spell of sickness this Spring. For sale by Robertson * Gilder and W. E. Pelham. tf Por Rent. Nice five-room cottage, new, neatly finished, on Caldwell street. For erms, etc., apply to tf. T.Q.BoozER. I ...

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. — 17 August 1892

SILENCE GIVES CONSENT. now a Candidate Counted a Majority in ti Branchvlle Democratic Club - A Pointer for Tom Reed. [News and Courier, I2th.] A gentleman, who is a member the Branchville Democratic Club, which Mr. A. F. H. Dukes is presiden told a good story yesterday concernit tge way'in which majorities are mac Aod endorsements are secured in th: body. Mr. Dukes, the president of the ciu is running for some county office o other. Mr. Dukes is an ardent Til manite, and a majority of the club ai heres to the Conservative faith in pol tics, so that when the president sougl the endorsement of the club he w; met by very strenuous opposition c the part of a majority of the member resorting to parliamentary tactics secure what he did not have, enoug votes to give him, Mr. Dukes is repor ed to have originated a method ofeoun ing a majority and securing the ei dorsement of the club which would pi -Mr. Reed, of Maine, to the blush. The club held a meeting at whic only ninety-five of itsone...

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. — 24 August 1892

~4 p E5 AB IHR 86.NEWBERRY, S. C.,WENDA,T 4SAE 8 ESTALISED 165.NEWERRY S.C.,WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1892. -PRICE $1.50A i- - - I -A BLOODLESS POLITICAL. RIOT. THE BOISTEROUS END or THE NEW " 'BEBEY CA3FAIGN METWNG. Governor Thiman, Being Cornered by You maosand Unable to Answer his Qnes tioos, Songh: to Divert Anention by Insulting his Interrogator-You -You-'anN IaW imhe has Waked up the Wrong Man. A Fight Imminent and OnlyPrevented by Collapse of the Speakers' Stand Special to News and Courier.] NEWBEEY, August I3.-An enthu siastic assemblage of Tillmanites and conservattves, an exciting passage at arms between-Youmans and Tillman, a lively free-for-all row and an enforced adjourhment of the turbulent meeting -4hesewere the cardinal features of4o day's camsign gathering. For,half an hor geat. excitement prevailed, In two ortjree in blows were resorted::to y irate idividuals, and that loss of ofe. not result is a mat ter of as rtL" ose who witnessed the pecedings ofTEe da. At an eary ...

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. — 24 August 1892

IUAIRT K AULL, EDrros. mT . AUILL,Pp o 3r..HOUSEL NEWBERRY. S. C. T,AUGUST 24, 18E2 A s3TIEErT Te correspondent of the Register of thestatement which I made ks gard to a conversation with Gov. and which Col. Yoamaps eat the'meeting atNewberry, as 'a 9eak efusion." hetroth may be-"a weak effusion." i eTbestatemrila true, and I have no bthatGov.'Tillman will ad ad heacts as stated by me. The Sstateneat obliabed on the first page ite Herald and Newsit connection >. ':ithshireortsof4he meeting. I have 'adesire noritention to molest or dis Ai r the -opinion of the 9egiser or its T nt-in regard to this matter. up Col. Youmans to Ma Ishtatement to him. I have -tbe conversation. to several { I . ~ andI supposesomeof them SI-said, and be asked me t+o1rece It to writing, which I did. B reference to the flies of The ferald and News I am now able to seealthe.exact time,as wel as the and the circumstances under - iNh this conversaton xas ad.. It edZrst week in May, 1890. I _nmy way to the Nor...

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. — 24 August 1892

.T neaeon's istheplace"to buy four tiy S eft.}you. GOOD FLOUR at barrei. PROCTOE ToDD. & -- lOO feet of good Lumber for sale. AtRos'T M Iolwa.N. " yogr Time and .er Tms. - - buy farms on long Y-- tIizsd :eas terms, will do well to ti~asl the "ewberryr Building and ~ ?- L y.~ Rot. -room .se, new, neatly a slo C fdwe street For r ete I,pply to - GT. Q. BoozER. Pttd AU0at2.-Mrs. Mamie, r cel WRiser, agent of the adied this afteh ey were married only about { e ks. TheSlate. farmlands in Newberry .sb, r to ezehange town ernOISsaaVd lots,for lands. Pur ina e wand possession taken n Boummembmr. ~ *~T~IOMPAY. -'4t Jses MeCartha, of Lexing e kieked onthe head by '" $n* s ny:afterndo. There . tinTradre .of the skull on, 0 lde., Eee heson of Mr.Silas Ss a 8 ortyearsold. hIm :o Monday S Qgs hyc arefu attention and . treatment he may re h Isttute for. Colored'Teachers n- .lbe held t.ewberry: from August teacbing in the . ,choiar+erequeeted to attend to.as.t is belifor their J..1Walace pgCol-...

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. — 24 August 1892

"PINdETOP" POLITICS. parEsteemied "Needle" Tells of the Late Campaiga 7eettng at Helena-His Views on the Situation. I attended the campaign imeeting at Helena Thursday and saw and heard what little I did hear-for myself. A." I had read the newspaper accounts of the previou, meetings- desired to seee how that -particular meeting would compare with the newspaper reports that would follow. For the under standing of those who may read this it would perhaps be better to state at f-the beginning that I went to the meet lg a supporter of Governor Tillman. Whether I am still a supporter will be seen as you read, and you won't. have to read far either. But.don't condemn It in "prejudice before you read it, as narrow-winded people geneaily do. , t is the truth that -hurts., If you be coe' angry and disgusted, and snort and te.+ and pitch" and want to wipe -tip the earth with me when [ say- that t ':'iman sbould -be re-elected, please re member that I am the same man that had he fairness and h...

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. — 31 August 1892

:STABLISHED 1865. N -- -- NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1892. EST.A.B1.50A Y5AR A for Infants. . -..e=w , raoi ssupadortoaarmesodti e i,Odord8t.,fookbmnN.Y. m .tc,f'~ ~tow -t GM N D AFTER SIcanr be found at where I will be p) tomers and as ma faor me with their CarNE AND. _s AOMPNI ATED WATCH yr heelwll-b LOCK WORK _ SEIALTX. JOHN I THE AND T~ E BtALOC ChCAI MANY NICE SUI *WCABE MIAD- 2R A i THINK (FWA FUJLL P. KILT AND BLO1 In All Sizes, Ten I 'O)er a dozen Different ONLY TEN CENTS EAC] Corn!ie while you can get n Yours to please, L WP. S.-EVERYTHING HARRIS IL HARRIS' Si tentaina 14 Ere UthIai IT HAS NO SUPERIORt FOR Dysppsa, Constipation, Li' -Got, Diseases of the E aturia and Catamei eases of the I to en ON DRAUGHT AND FOI RQbertson & Gilder For particulars write to J. T. HAR *SMITH 8 The "Newbi LooK out for tin of Fafland i and Children. he Sntr Dimrg S o ?Fo,7 a"versl yesrs I b v..weeinlUWI" "y ne oneU m-s amos ma,l - mwtx F Pzn. D., . ISEYK,ci. vs COMAZ 27 TlUA 2 ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 31 August 1892

ET $ . AULL, EDIToR. T H. AULL, Proprietors. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY, S. C, SB ILSAY AUGUST 31, 1892. PETN N Ia Y ELEC?ION. primary is over. With the ex of an unfortunate affair at everything passed off very Tillman-electors carried a. ma of the vote of the county. It strong pressure from the leaders p the boys in line, but they were ily well drilled. caucus legislative ticket - got h also. The caucus seems to done effective work. The Conservative candidates for the ture made a manly fight and beaten with the ballots have ng to regret. the people have spoken by their and it is our duty to bow to wil. Herald and News has no regrets stand it has taken in this fight. hve kept ourselves in that frame mind to accept the inevitabte with much grace and complacency as one could. It will be our pleasure well as duty to support the nominees the party. If Mr. Tillman secures nomination for Governor at the of the September convention :Herald and News will give him support. The fight must end with ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 31 August 1892

n Is the place to buy your bhe.p. ly ..Aen on GOOD FLOUR at PocroR TODD. 2s . Zumberet J.umber feet of good Lumber for sale. ROB'T MoORMAN. Y 136nme ad Easy Terms. esiring to buyfarms on kttg eas terms, will do well to th ewberry Building and -Company.i 1m For Rent. ye.roo new,neatly Ca d ir "~ street. -For e t t e T. BooZER. The rrst Bale. B.=wickereold the first bale tia.Newberyon Saturday,the r MR.-Holms was the buyer. bale weighed 445 pounds. The S toe 4k Who OmO Qu8U. to capproval the Call "u t?e remedy,Syrup etl ga a.pl to the-,taste and tyon4he kidneys, liver bowelto the system effe w,_ It. notes the health and ort of" who use it, and with sjJons Itis the best and only reme - Wanted archase farm lands in Newberry C tyfoi b,or to exchange town .. , or houeend lots, for lands. Pur m n and possession taken EBWDU3Y BUILDING AND INVEST r . Tha Churehes.. '= : 'There will he no preaching in the ehurch next Sunday. S c. Byrd will .preach for the is oangregation during the {i, ot$ept...

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. — 31 August 1892

Popa:zr Crazes." LAPagusta t'hronicle.] The editor of The Centary has an cle on "Popular Crazes" that de rves attention because it aptly ap es.. to the Third Party craze that o afflicts this district and this State. The article in question was called th by Prof. James Bryce's American Commonwealth, certain chapters of ~whicl strikingly reveal the author's emarkable - insight into American iethods and character. -Prof. BrSee holds that "in no coun try is public opinion so powerful as in -- the United -States." Remarking that :one of the chief problems of free na tins is "to devise means whereby the -'=_:ational will shall be most fully ex p ressed, most quickly known and most unresistingly and cheerfully obeyed, Iho says: .-Towards this goal the Americans z'ave marched with steady steps, un -ously as well as consciously. Towering over Presidents and State overnors, over Congress and State egislatures. over conventions and the vast machinery of party, public opin ion stands out in the...

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. — 7 September 1892

.V.. .--- .-e -0 S D 865. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, ekks Out in Austran aand BuMfasn Mllitar3 Camps-Another Case Deve3.ped at isington, England. t September 1.-Tbe offi- a 1 igures to-day state that there were r'39iew cases yesterday and forty-five eaths. The panic continues, business s dand the water front is ' anddeaolate. The fa!Iiag off in the mortality has given some hope that the plague may be on the decline. q - dentleiiilIia F=: *- t eCiariports and g ;. i-nt-na a - be only intermittent. o Pro.Northnagal and Prof.- Kahler t; <.have been dilebrspitients ene a mas of watn is1 water. :It iselaimed ti by those who have followed this course, 1 of treat tt-fully 50 per cent. off those traiis thi.way have recov ered. ufID C I 'r I d L. - VIEN7 A, $eptember 1.-Cholera has broken ot' virulently in thee military amp at Bruck, in lower Austria, 22 n ofVienia Tberehavet aty-eg cases;and uim The govertxnentis doing t conceal the state of affairs, In order not to larn th...

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. — 7 September 1892

ELDERT IL AULL, EDITOR. ELBEBT H. AULL, Prprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY, S. C, =' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEIBEB 7. 1892. THE THIRD PARTY. What does the Third Party mean Why was it organized and what is il object? We fear that our people hac not seriously considered this thinl nor contemplated its results. A goo deal is said about it, and there is n wiping out the fact that it has prett good foothold even in the Soath. Some one may say it has for its o1 ject the enactment of certain measure into law. That may be true in part. The Third Party platform is the on growth of the Alliance demands. A - the demands of the Alliance are en bodied in that platform. The All anee was originally organized as not partisan, but politics has graduall erept. in until out of the Alliance he giown this national party with :presidential ticket in the field. I -tv many States there are regular State o: ganizations with full State tickets i the field. Col. E: S. Keitt told t some months ag& that there woul...

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. — 7 September 1892

Th Cettn t . -cotton market in Newberry yes ". K was6 to 61-16. since the first ofSeptember, bales. r e:n 'ssoa.-Y soeiety. dse members of the Woman's Mis Society of the Methodist are requested to meet at the ?ebrt+ Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. laportant business to be trarsacted. ew B.gsies for Sale at Cwst. One new Top Buggy for $57.50. ne no top Bow for. 37.50. Can be seen at .&D. Depot. 2t T. C. PooU. ase Ban. ) emnasof the Newberry Base Ball . n; tn are hereby notified to meet dlethe armory of the Newberry Ries, kday evening Se mber 9th, at 81 deek, to transact portant business. Fz.AK EvtNs, President. On last Wednesday night bet%teen ahtning struck the stabies of Mr. W. W. Hodges in May r btnton, a killed two horser and one anla, and the stables were burned. The rwegabout 15OGbandleseffodder In the stables. The total loss was about $400 There was another build _ ing very close but it was not burned. Avery heavy rain fell and the wind was in the opposite direction from th...

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. — 7 September 1892

Mo. UCEI ABBREVATION. w, Co3 Ewgg's Crdciaz of a Growlag Ameri ea -Tendaeny. ,? WtNmthe Chicago Daily Inter-Ocean.] "The next thing and some light ,beaited American will be quoting SShakspeare as saying, Brevity is the The speaker was Col. Solomon Bugg, -late of Kansas, and editor -of the El orado Spleen. The colonel was seated at a lunch counter with his heels hung onahigh round and his bent legs mann faeturing two large bags in the knees ofbis trousers, a function for whieh s lunch counter stools are justly famous. He took off his broad-brimmed hat ' and, surveying it casually, continued: "Where is the country going to, gen r= tlemen? What is go ,g to become of us? I ask this in all sincerity. Has 9 the American nation respected the sanctity of anything? Do the Amen- s can people hold anything inviolable? Is tbere an.y pride in the preservation I of any art in the national conglomerate called 'Uncle SaM?' Show an Ameri can a beautiful pastoral painting and he will ask the artist h...

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. — 7 September 1892

OOXU40H A88RVVXAT110X. CL sng's Crstcism of a Growing Amer1 can Tendeney. Pson the Chicago Daily Inter-Oceau.1 MAThe nest thing and some light ;? ted American will be quoting hakapeare as saying, 'Brevity is the T'he speaker was Col. Solomon Bugg, hae of Kansas, and editor of the El Dorado Spleen. The' colonel was seated G. at a Iunch counter with his heels hung 'onabighround and his bent legs manu faeturing two large bags in the knees . of his trousers, a function for whieh lunch counter stools are justly famous. He took off his broad-brimmed hat and, surveying It casually, continued: "Where is the country going to, gen tlemen? What is going to become of .us? I ask this in all sincerity. Has ::the American nation respected the sanctity of anything? Do the Ameri can people hold anything inviolable? Is there an,y pride in the preservation of any art in the national conglomerate ealled 'ncle Sam?' Show an Ameri eu{ can a beautiful pastoral painting and he will ask the artist how much ...

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. — 14 September 1892

- 14WB182P PRIE $1.50 A YEAR NEWBRR,S- X EIEDY ETME 4 O.MsIti uWith the LeadUin from New York Sun, Sth.3 dinner given by the Hon. Wil . Whitney at his home, 2 West = -nth street, on Tuesday even to number of Democrats asso v wIth him In the inagemenlt of .feveiaud's campi n was the fore -, topic of discussion at National headquarters yesterday. Scovers werelaid, and among sat at the board were-Henry nrC" Stewart Brice, ~pia.eter-general- Don Manuel f n nyn, apd Herrman Bidder, pub - bbr f theStansZeitunig.and several embe of tthe National Committee. 3aRitationswere sent out last week, vere-si by M. Whitney. softhe6dinner, amid the 'ng loudletfrom some of the ex 8 sa fattest.cigars, tbe main ob ' tof the dinner were exlaustively red. In the first place Mr. eyt Mr. Dickinson, and others that money was-needed for Up to date the ,nhave not been iberaL The zt. ry: g was elicited that this was gely to the belief that:Mr. Cleve had-not become altogether cordial r oselaton with a number 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. — 14 September 1892

ELBET H. AU3LL, Enrro9. EET H. UI4sE, Proprietors. SWM. P. HOUt A T NEWBERRY, S. C. EDIESD.1P, SEPTEBR 14,189?. WE DO ,'T UNDERSTAND. The Cotton Plant has a good deal to say about the platform adopted at the May convention. There was no plat form adopted and it wiuld have been contrary to the constitution of the party to-haveadopted one. Some resolutions were adopted and a resolution was also adopted pledging support to the Nation a! Democracy. The State convention which meets next week should not adopt a platform in conflict with the national platform when it touches on national questions. The Cotton Plant talks about and urges the Alliancemen delegat,Ls to re ; ist any change in the platform already adopted. Those resolutions, whichthe Cotton Plant calls the platform, were nothing but the Ocala demands and they are now embraced in the Third party platform. If our State conven tion makes that its platform, will it be a Democratic platform or aThird party platform? Will we be Democr...

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. — 14 September 1892

LOC~Ag L ANDSPIA The Cotton Market. e cotton market in Newberry yes-, I dh,ywas 6kto 6f. ~ece1pts since the first of September, :Y 1 584 bales. . or the week ending yesterday, 4S1. Two P.wwBuggies for Sale at Cost. One new Top Buggy for $57.50. One no top Buggy for $37.5). Can be seen at R. &D. Depot. 2t T: C. PooL. -Missionary Tea. missionary tea will be given by the sMissionary Society of the hodist church at Mrs. J. H. _M. atofs, Tuesday, Sept. 20, commencing at 5p. m. All are invited to attend. The Executive Committee. The County Democratic Executive Committee of Newberry County will meet at Newberry on Thursday, 15th Instart. Business of importance is to betransacted and every member is earnestly requested to be present. H. H. BLEASE, Chairman. Long Time an Easy Terms. =y: Parties.desiring to buy farms on long me and easy terms, will do well to consult the Newberry Building and Loan Company. - 1m1. C. W. Collings is prepared to repair your watch or jewelry on short noice. O...

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. — 14 September 1892

TiE YOSIEST SPOT ON EARTH. A Tiermendons Uproar in Behriug Sea Dur ing the Seal SaasoU. [Philadelphia Telegraph.] From-the 1st of May to the 1st of September of each year the Pribylof slands, in the midst of Behring Sea, are probably the noisiest region on earth, the combined thundering of the allsof Niagara, Shoshone,Tellowstone, Pohono, Missouri, Sioux and St. An thony being as the murmering of a brook compared to the tuniuituous up roar which may be heard any day dur ing the summer in those subarctic vol canic dots which are in the home of the fur seal. .This immense mass of sound is mainly produced *by those knights of the deep, the males of the Callorhi nus ursinus, which congregate on the islands by the hundreds of thousands to woo and,win their brides and fight the fiercest battles known to the brute creation for home and love. Of these islands the obe called St. Paul con tains the largest number r,f seals of all kinds. The Pribylof Islands are about two hundred-miles west 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. — 21 September 1892

y, (.L . .KJ. -N S nNEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,19.PIE$.0AYA 'Lu. were seen, twisting and curling and moving with a velocity greater than a fast train, high upin the air. There is a tree in front of Mr. G. M. Shealy's store that came from no one knows where. I noticed a large apple tree atripped of its foliage standing with its mots upwasrds that had evidence of iaving been driven for miles. Mr. W. C. Shealy and Mr. Jacob 5healy had outbuildings and stables )Iown away and considerable damage lone to crops. Dr. J. M. Sease says the storm had ither spent its force or was lifted from he ground in the rear of his house, tud I can bear of no damage beyond what is here given. The one remarkable feature of this torm is, that with the blowing away >f residences and stables there was no oss of life either to man or beast, and )ot even any serious injuiy. Some chickens were found. in the tard here entirely stripped of their eathers-literally picked. In the track of the storm ne...

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