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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 20 December 1893

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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 December 1893

r".. D E9BER,S.ChEaSASDCM RDtTIGe JOB BXPOSD: tebi e.u O=t utit :iCoepn - p4. 3caud Prpeteteid o, ths. Ukt e trIn Tweary Year.m to News and Courier.1 S. C., December 20.-At bill for the election of a was brought up. In con the bill Mr. Lowrance's was read. The report president of the Bryan appeared before the com to do the work at 8 given In the proposed give any rea"-nable that the work rapidly done. moved to striie out the of the bill. More money nder snch' a plan than system. :I -have it thatafirm of on ty and responsibility a-do the work at 8 per _ bill proposed. They the contract for two = is bid will save not pe annum tothe State. way conpetition and donation to anyone come here demand and shut the people we are sworn to give I am informed i'ting has been re one-half. What excuse foruselessly paying out :one dIo not know. The om 1880 to 1889 was in 1889, $18O0 in 1890, s"year I bear t is more. theais an election There Is nojobbery 'He gave a history of tine. 1876. After our we...

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 December 1893

ELBERT E. AULL, T Proprietors. Wx. P. HOUSEAL, f ELPERT H. AULL, ExTo. A SAD SPECTACLE. - The Legislature of South Carolina for 1893 presented a sad spectacle to the Slate and to the world. We have watched the proceedings closely and with interest. We doubt if ever before in any country was there ever assem bled a legislative body that was so com pletely governed and moved an i con trolled by prejudice and petty spite as was the Legislature of South Carolina in 1893. And by their own admission they stand convicted. Their actions remind one more of the school boy than the wise legr,lator. And was there ever before a Legisla ture so completely under the control of one man as was this one. It makes one's heart sad to contemplate the spectacle. We have no interest in the matter except that of an humble pri - vate citizen who loves his State and his people,and sincerely desires to see them prosper. The subserviency of the members to this one man power excites pity first and then disgust....

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 December 1893

WAL AND SPECIAL. frPECIAL NOTICE. wit confer a favor by their cpJ for changes not ainday Morning. of the Newberry Cir meet in Newberry at . l1 a., next Tuesday, January 2. W. L. WAIT, P. C. sa1eday. ber that the legal saleday in 1 be on Tuesday instead of The sale of land will be 'n the second day of January. 'Tb Strange Meteor. AC-the early risers in Newberry last Wednesday morn caused so great consterna the darkies. It was a very yisitor and strange in its. Read the description of witness on our first page. D. Nance Camp, a regular meeting in the at Newberry on Tuesday, second day of January. ber is earnestly requested as this is the time for ionmmittees for the year and nu other business of im Mu=le! tMules! ave on Sale Day in January a Mules-just from the North n all broke-to sell for cash W.A. WALLINGFORD, Newberry, S. C. -Wckerls Stable. 2. .A.J.s tokes, pastor for the Newberry . Curch, arrived with his. ednesday. He preached yniorning and- night. We &> theaz a cordial ...

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 December 1893

PREPARING FOR CHRISTMAS. BY JENNIE HARRISON. "There are two G's", said Grandpa Evans. And immediately a flock of boys and girls were seen moving in the direction of his arm chair. "I.know!" cried Adan, always the frst to speak: "grandpa and grand ma! that's what they stand for." 'Hurrah for the two G's," shouted litth Jim, climbing on the arm of the chair. ",Gentle Grandma,' I say!" was Gracie's guess, as she wheeled the old- lady's chair closer to the fire and saw her seated in it. . . "You're pretty quick at guessing, children; but you haven't come near it, yet!" said grandpa, laugh ing at the group of eager faces. "My two G's belong to Christmas time!" tObtbo!"exlaim'ed Robert; "now 1know! goodies, and-and-" > Come, Rob, keep quiet and let randpa.tell." "Is it a etory?" asked little Jim, looking:rather -puzzled. "No; you are to make the story 'out ofmy two G's between now sad 'anmaenight Then you are to cose ad tell me which of the two V'syou think is best. r "All-of us?". "Ye...

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. — 3 January 1894

16 ,. r E. BLSa 1865. N EWBERRY. S. C. WEIDNESDAY, JANUAR ,84 . RC 15 ? e : :es and as Reply I _ _ = *Wat Is Deioerstfe. q ' aYde: SEmpton, Washingtoi ,Your letter addressed t An The State 'a ,19th instant has ha "at to~asd candor ow . t Srely tothe que ~~p,peodedItia agreatih rove a disai re organznation < ~s~et; wbom_ you a ed ot oftBe Democrati 'totbgreat mass oftor ,wobonestiy beileve.that:t "' underling he O l pla the Democr lert;y he foupded oee:f pat assc : were wil ~"tl' :50' oiOitteY .i abe' they had trusted.IL ; V~eEit I t eaoaf e n *mincation hBaib .L . - ne.tb6cats d~ecfn. to;answer th ly plain qiee ecerg ri Lhaer eea snEered in mad n iagaictallused tmentall.aroand am na'aremarks ar t5 et secusftomes asdcourtesy. 4> "' be ofethit lem tedhonoredyon fof -~purpsl i ~~guq,~geabot whih moreoi er' ha_caeetedand asked B hiSgrS prneipleslhat I S iage. Yoadecline ti ''y ortojbrn g ii d3s d@ W[Qfroa tie broad plane a nyab laos itapparent"Pot narrow f ~~ .io i l ewhy perforce...

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. — 3 January 1894

rn Proprietors. e start out this week with th - .borof another year. The old yeaw Cihisorrows and its pleasures, it bopes an4. it aspirations, has pasei intoistory. We will grow old. Tb yearhas been a hard one in man: epedts A'awe turn the mile post an 3&sve.tbehind us let us leave the comn lningi and the murmurings ther Wedo not believe that "times" ar nearas "hard" as some peopi 4ol4dmake it appear.. What we neet 2"~in thisiew year is to stop grum blisg.nd complaining and put ou hoaidere to the wheels and make th arresl better. The "times" will b et what.weMuake them. We have - good dmntry and there is no need fo tro bave'any occasion to complain. The Herald & News looks hopefull. to-the future. We have had hard strug . esuand many times very poor colle tiens,but we do not complain. Upoi e whole the people of Newberr County have dealt kindly with us. On buiness has increased every year sine we bire been In Newberry, and not hesubscriptionlist of The Herald'4 Newais as larg...

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. — 3 January 1894

..: AL AK SPECIAL SPBC1JL:NOTIC. ~44~eriwswill confer a favor by' w efa g stheir coy for changes not ltrthan sn mng." Ut. holIeaat WjIl; met at Uwp&i achoolbOurs On l J ray t iuatanit. Important b~ aD& members are urged to 2 J3. I. BDEW, President. -.ra.W--A aas, No@. 4s, o n meeting Saturday moerning, 9 a Bwues of Im Stobe attanded to. J. P. Coo, Sec.. "a tw. at30. . Q Air. .r Caroline r, relict of the late ieter air, of bery, died In Gree?ville - on ber 29th, aged abot 80 years. embers of 4iianta National * 1i nd ation are yyments :. l~d Treasurer. Newberry Club vv sad'delightfuls at.th1It the evening of the 28th of . Among the visitora ibe following: iss yd iaurens; Mi Ja - _ se :Vanee, EMrn Blod Atl dice Gibson, Garrett, Lau ,Barnwell;t ; Mr. W. H. 't - Miss Mamue. S Parker Jourdan,. 6reawaod.&:> -.C t - ension .Eaminers y will meet at the at Newberry, og h=e third Monday in 'new applants for to have th i tey ecan be ezem - on , as the board wrill oily he in one d...

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. — 3 January 1894

aam ewsa ears igem "jern - e3 Sae sa:in. - heI sawthat the subject "Im - agnativn":had been assigned to Prof. >Evaus of the Graded School, I must feis tosome alight shade of amuse t rnot thafI doubted his ability to ,riehoughtfully upon any phase of hislife work, but because I had formed te opinionthat he was one of those p actil souls who had not only bri die. hia imagination, but had really swapped it-offfot a more conservative --node of transit over the jutting curves Sn: ortos .grades of pedagogical ort. But, judging from the defence 1of iaposition (I git in too late to hear t iexeadng of -his paper), I am con . inraied to acknowledge that I have dane_my brother a grievous wrong, that, coupled with- a courteous Obedience to the laws of pedo-metrical _pzaqiaim,'-there s an underlying msttat of psychological aestheticism wihrounds out his capacity as an Yy: Istrueor of youth. I say rounding cit advisedly; for to eliminate the ldesllstie.:frot our lives would, in my .opinion, st...

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. — 10 January 1894

S- * . - . - -- - ESALSX 85 EWBERRY S. C., DNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1894..*PRC$L0AAk coUNT GOVERNMENT. 8 The New Laws Enacted by the Recent Igwiature-A Measure that Needs the Careful Attention of Every Citizen. A bill to provide a system of county g government for the several counties F of the State. t Be it enacted by the Senate and t - House of Representatives of the State a of South Carolina, now met and sitting a in General Assembly, and by authority a o:the same: t Section 1. That from and after the i Istof anuary, 1895, all Acts, parts of a Acts or sections of the General Statute a elating to the erection, duties, powers t and rights of county eomissioners be, j and the same are hereby, repealed, ex ceptsuch special Acts, parts of Acts or 1 sections of the General Statutes as have e heretofore conferred special powers and p privileges .upon the county commis- a .dionens of anycounty, which said duties a Y ' re devolved upon the county super- a s Nand county board of road com- b mi...

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. — 10 January 1894

Proprieto r. E .6EBT H. Ulv. Enrro]L TBZ =BYT MAN. The Irby: plan as set forth in the seeolutions of the Laurens Alliance does not seem to meet the approval of aLof the leaders. The Columbia cor respondent of the News and Courier gives-the foowing as the statement of a:State officer: "We have nothing but Democratic lubs in th;s State. The minority has come in with us, joined our ranks as.members of our clubs and submitted to defeat.. We cannot now - throw them overboard. I am. opposed to-a July Convention, such as iF pro posed, and will use every influence I have to defeat its purposes. There is now no need for such a convention. There was, I believe, necessity for a M a0cOr . - We then had a www p=tform to adopt and principles to an nounce; we cannot consistently hold a factional Convention to nominate or suggest any candidates. The whole hing is wrong. Well, now truly, this is refreshing. A State officer under the present ad ministration willing to wipe out fac tional lines and op...

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. — 10 January 1894

LOCAL A-7D SPECIAL SPECIAL ROTICE. Advertisers will confer a favor handing in their copy for changes n later than Monday morning. A Big Haul. The Richmond and Danville roe brought a special t rain of twenty ca to Newberry on Wednesday, the instant. The cars were all loaded wil fertilizers from Charleston for Mr. J. Lane, one of the most enterprising dea ers in the business. Males! Mules! On Friday, the 12th, I will receive car load of good sized Mules from tt North, and all young, which I will st cheap for cash, or on time. W. A. W ALLINOFORD, Newberry, S. C. it At J. H. Wicker's Stable. Attention. All those indebted to Peoples & Job son are urged to call and settle the Acerounts, as longer indulgence canni be given, and all who do not settle soc may find their accounts in the han< of a lawyer for collection; of cour those who cannot settle for previol indebtedness cannot expect furtb credit. Floe stock of Harware for sale ches for Cash. 4t PEOPLES & JOHNSON. A new line 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. — 10 January 1894

U. WILLIAXS' PATAL SHOT. ti a LoSd of Shot into his s.n-T BathsT Aimost Crazed by the Awfal Accdnt. From the Greenville News.] W emts'rO S. C., January 3-0 ast Thursday while Newton William afarmer living five miles below Wi l1amston, was out hunting with hi little seven year old son, they found rabbit in a pf.tch of straw. Then tb little boy went round on the opposil side to prevent the escape of the rabbi It ran out toward Mr. Williams wh without the slightest thought of tt awful result, fired his gun, the entir load of shot taking effect in the bod of his unfortunate little boy, who wa just out of sight, behind the straw fror his father. The lad lived until Frida wher. death ended his suffering3. E terribly crazed with grief is Mr. Wi llama, that he says he can not possibl eur ve the shock. A Friendly Criticism [The Interior.] Conversation and manners, to be agree able should alike be free from all artificia esints. To be free and easy in bot .iobeolutely essential to making a pl...

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. — 17 January 1894

TEE 1894. tI.5 FTA RLISHE185 FTWBRRYLt S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUAY1,19PIE8.0AY HANDS OFF, SENATOR IRBT t An Amusing Phase of the Goberna- t torlal Scramble-The Alliance Organ Threatens to Depose Irby and Have a March Convention of the Farmers to Fix a Pro gramme for a So-called .Demoeratic Conven tion to be Held Later. fSpecial to The News and Courier.[ COLUMBIA, January 10.-A fight is to be made against the dictation of "bossism" in the Reform party and incidentally to depose the junior Sen ator. The first card that is to be trumped is that bearing a cali for a July Convention. The Reformers say that they want to show to the world that they are not tied to anybody's e string, and that this is as good a time as any other to break loose. The gen eral opinion is that Senator Irby is pushing Senator John Gary Evans to the front, and that on that account the Senator from Aiken is going to drop d his cake, and that his stock has denre clated :about 25 per cent. within the past two weeks, an...

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. — 17 January 1894

ELBERT H. AGLL, 1 Proprietors. Wx. P. HOUSEAL, j ELBERT H. AULL, EDnoTR. THE MONEY WE WASTE. Everybody in this country is talking about hard times and really sometimes it does seem that times are hard. But it is a fact that the people of this coun try waste enough money every year to to keep bread and meat in the mouths of all the people. Here are some figures we copy from the Atlanta Constitution and they are gathered from some inter nal revenue statistics and we presume are correct: "The Americans who were howling about the financial depression spent in the past twelve months $609,000,000 for whiskey! "The same crowd spent in that period $617,268,460 for beer! "For cigars and tobacco they spent $275,750,000! "These grumblers and growlers who talked economy to their wives and chil dren and prayed for the return of good times, managed to sciape up aboum $1,600,000,000 for their common drinks and their cigars, and what their wines and brandies cost we may imagine! "This enormous sum,...

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. — 17 January 1894

r 0 ELBERT A. AULL, p Proprietor. C Wx. P. HOUSEALj, ELBERT H. AULL, EIIToR. THF MONEY WE WASTE. t Everybody in this country is talking a about hard times and really sometimes P it does seem that times are hard. But it is a fact that the people of this coun try waste enough money every year to to keep bread and meat in the mouths of all the people. Here are some figures we copy from the Atlanta Constitution and they are gathered from some inter nal revenue statistics and we presume 1 are correct: "The Americans who were howling r about the financial depression spent in the past twelve months $609,000,000 for t whiskey! "The same crowd spent in that period $617,268,460 for beer! "For cigars and tobacco they spent $275,750,000! "These grumblers and growlers v ho t talked economy to their wives and chil dren and prayed for the return of good times, managed to sciape up about $1,600:)0,000 for their common drinks and their cigars, and what their wines and brandies cost we may imagine. "...

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 January 1894

l)LOCAL AND SPECIAL. SSPECIAL OTICE. Advertisers witt confer a favor by handing in their copy for changes not laterthan Mondaymorning. At Reduced Prices. The Mower Company has made a great reduction in their fall and winter goods. Call and secure some of the bargains offered. Programme For Teachers' Association to be held February 10,1894: 1. Some devices for busy work-Mrs. Maggie Tarrant, Miss Daisy O'Neale. 2. Scbool Penalties-F. W. Higgins, Mrs. Geo. W. Reid. 3. The aim of Education-Dr. G. W. Holland. New lot Simpson's Mourning Prints, at Si cents. Mower Co. ly. An Entertainment at the Armory. The Young Ladies' Benevolent So ciety of the Presbyterian church will give an entertainment at the Armory next Friday evening. There will be refreshments and several new and pleasant features for all who attend. Admission will be free, and the prices for refreshments, etc., will be as usual at similar entertainments. New Satines, Black and colored at 121 cents. Mower Co. ly. New Store At He...

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. — 17 January 1894

Kiali UAfI INTERESTING READING. Some Bits of the History of Cotton Culture in South Carolina. [From the Cotton Plant.] Cotton was early sold in Charleston. The packages in which it was put up varied in weight from one to thirty pounds. In 1787 the fleecy staple was taken to the City by the Sea from Orangeburg, Newberry, and, perhaps, from Union, and sold at two pence a pound to the merchants, who resold it, mainly to the ladies to make "patch work bed quilts." About the year named two or three bags, each weigh ing near a hundred pounds of seed cot ton, were packed in the store of Wads worth & Turpin by Samuel Mavorick and Jeffrey, a half blood Indian. (This Maverick, by the way, claimed to be the first person that made sugar in South Carolina. About the year 1800 he planted some ribbon cane, purchased in the Havanna, in his lot to the east of the preseat orphan house. It yield ed 300 pounds. The cane was pounded in a mortar and the juice boiled in iron pots-) These bags were sen...

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 January 1894

A1E BERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24 1894.- PRICE $1.50 A YEAR _ABLISKED 1865. - IRBY'S TALE OF WOE.b -- li ReComplalns That He Is Belog Forsecnted A at 8oaaw, and Swears He's Loyal to Old Friends, But Says There e Are Traitors in Cawnp, and no Popu!ist i Can. Lead [Special to The State.] WASuINGTON, January 16.-The fol- i lowinfg reply has been made by Sena torIrbytoacommuuication received by T him to-day from the Hon. W. T. C. Bates, Treasurer of South Carolina: UNITED STATES SE ATE, WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 16, 1894. Hon. W. T. C. Bates, Columbia, S. C. My Dear Sir: I have your letter of T the14th lrist., in which you make in quiy as to what I think should be done in reference to holding a factional con vention of the Reform party of South t Caroliba, to which I answer hastily, tl but frankly. I regret, as deeply as you, to Fee di- P visions in the Reform movemeut of our State. Ths purposes for which it begas have not been accomplished, and cannot be,: without the exercise d. h...

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