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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 24 January 1894

ELBERT H. AULL, ) Proprietors. Wx. P. HOUSEAL, f ELERT H. AULL, Eviron. 'WHERE ARE WE AT?" This is a timely questiozi just now. The political situation in South Caro lina at this time is highly interesting and Immensely amusing. Reform is a great thing, and the number of leading and original reformers is likely to in crease. Here is the Greenville News claiming to have been one of the origi nil and simon pure Reformers away back yonder, and really thinks that it can now get down off the fence and work itself into the great and glorious movement. Here, too, is the State and the Spartanburg Herald actually chant ing the glories of reform and proclaim ing the virtues and abilities of certain leaders of Reform for the Governor ship. And the News and Courier is faintly and gradually getting over t here too. Only that this happy state of affairs could have been brought about long ago, how sweetly it would have been for brethren to have dwelt to getber'in peace. But we may be happy yet, yo...

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 January 1894

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. SPECIAL 3OTICE. Advertisers will confer a facor by handing in their copy for changes not later than Monday morning. Jamileson Sayet He's having a clearance sale. When you see it in his adtertisemnett it is so. and it goes. His goods also go, and you must call early to get the bargains at his store. Wanted A few good salesmen to sell fruit trees. Money advanced for expenses. Addreds at once. A. M H ASTING, 2t Wellford, S. C. New lotSimpson's Mourning Prints, at 7. eents. Mower Co. ly. Goods bought for Spot Cish can al ways be sold Cheap. That is wby Jami ieson Leads the Procession. if M.ales! Mules!! On saleday in Fotbruary I will have a cai load of mu les just from the North, all young and ali broke, which I will sell eheap for cash or on titne. Come on Saturday, February 3d, avoid the crowd end get first choice. This will be my last load for this year. W. A. WALLINGFORD. New berry, S. C. 2t At J. H. Wicker's Stable. New- Satines, Black and colored at 12. ce&f...

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. — 24 January 1894

BE SELF-SUSTAINING. Some sUggestions on Farming by a Practi cal Farmer. MADISoN, GA., January 1.-Editor Constitution: I read in your paper from time to time articles urging our Southern people to be self-sustaining on their farms--to raise corn, hay, grain and meat for their own con sumption and to sell, urging those who need to buy something to buy a home product. If it is a wagon he wants, buy one made in Georgia, or a buggy, or a plowstock, or anything which is made in Georgia. -Whenever and wherever he can buy thing made at home at even near the same price of a foreign made article to always give the preference to the home product. All of which is good advice, something that love of country would seem to instill in the heart of every true, thinking man-advice which I honestly believe is much more closely followed by the farmers of the State than by any other of its citiz_ns. Wit ness this in the manufactories of the State; they are prosperir,g to-day bet ter in proportion to 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. — 31 January 1894

%t eralb NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3,14YE PQT A R ISHED 1865. -__ __ _~ - -31 89.P IE$ 50A EA DEMOCRATIC UNION NLY. ]Nj. J. F. J. Caldwell SugeSts a Plan of Aetion-The Conservatives Should Uoite With the "Reformer." Upon the Basis of Democratic Principles and No Caucuses. [The State.] It is full early for the conservative Democrats of South Carolina to ar range in detail a course of action to be pursued by them in this year's can paign; but it is not too early for them to discuss the general policy which they ought to adopt. Our trouble in 1892 was that there was next to no in terchange of opinion among us prior to the call for the March convention, and that that call forced us to choose between the alternatives of going into a convention and being bound by its action, or else standing aloof from a movement intended to rescue the State from what we considered dangerous misrule. There was only about a month given us for the expression of opinions and the formation of plans....

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. — 31 January 1894

ELBERT H. AULL, . Poprietors. Wx. P. HOUSEAL, i ELBERT H. AULL, Eur:otI:. LET US HAVE ONE GENERAL PRIMARY. Governor Tillman has been ta:king a good deal since he returned from Washington. During his absence everything in the State was unusually quiet and the papers very dull. He has given out two interviews recently. In the first he seemed opposed to any more suggesting conventions and did not think they were necessary. He did not want to take sides with any of the candidates. Well, with that we have nothing to do and do not care any thing about it. In his second talk be does not seemu to know just where he is. He inti mates now that if the Conservatives do not hold a convention or put out a ticket that the Reformers had better do so, for the Conservatives may hold the balance of power in a general and free for all primary. In other words, the Conservatives must be caucussed against and treated as enemies and kicked out generally, it does not mat ter what they do. It is. impossible ...

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. — 31 January 1894

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. SPECIAL iOTICE. Advertisers will confer a fmvor by handing in their copy for change, not taterthan Monday morning. Ma1.s. Mr. T. C. Pool has gone to Atlanta, for acar k>ad of mu'es and will have them here,by next Monday. He will be pleased to see bis frieuds and show his mules on his return. Lost. A tan colored setter with leather col lar, No. 68, and brass buttons. Any information will be gladly received. It M. M. IATTERWHITE. Masonic Notice. A regular communication of Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be held next Monday evening at 74 o'clock, at Masonic Halt. OTTO KLETTNER, W. M. J. H. M. KINARD. Sec'y. Notice. Members of the Atlanta National Building and Loan As.ociation are notified that their monthly payments will be due next Saturday. 3d. E. H. AULL, it. Secretary and Treasurer. New stock Outing at 6c. tf Wooten & McWhirter. The Churches. The First Quarterly Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, for Newberry station, will be beld in ...

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 January 1894

ARV ON ORANA. Some Growers Make Money-Others Do sot-One Man Declarce That the Climate Ia Worth $100 an Acre. but Says the Soil is no Good. [Atlanta Constitution.] Some portions of west Florida are still in the piney woods and very lone some. Traveling overland I found the habitations several miles apart on the - - main road, but was told that the little grass-covered roads that branched (Ai right and left led to somebody's house, where clever people lived and cultivated orange trees for a living. "This is a great country," said a settler, "where the climat., is worth $100 an acre and the land ain't worth a darn. It is risky for a m:n to die here and be buried for there is not ennug;h virtue in the soil to make him rie, alheu Gabriel blows his horn." a "It seems to produce fine oranges," said I. "Yes," said he, "but what's oranges? The more oranges he has got the poorer he is. The price has get. down to about 20 cents a hundred on the tree, and he can't keep up his grove for that." -...

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 February 1894

1%lyir' R65.,_ NEW BERRY , S. C., W EDNESDAY, FEBRURI, 8 4 RI E $ .0 A Y A ' ' A RT,sTqAFD 1865 Tg HS$OISM OF WOMAN. ho Story of Eminy Geiger Becans Other Aets of Bravery-An Interesting Letter from Mr. David Jones. To the Editor of The Herald and News:- In your paper of January 10th ou refer to an article in the Columbia State concerning Emily Geiger, a Younglady of Newberry District, whose heroiefeat of carrying a despatch from General Greene to General Sumter aang the most dark and dangerous penod of the revolutiorn is hardly equalled by any I have seen recorded In'bistory. Suce reading that marvelous narra tive in the -Annals of Newberry, I have bothread and rehearsedit in my Itinera 3onsto diferent families calling the attention of young ladies to its super lative skill, patriotism and heroism, facetiously telling them that quadruped Minks went for their prey or game onlyat night, but that the biped Bill Mink followed his game both day and < .ight without catching It. Wonder ...

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 February 1894

ELERT B. ALL, Proprietors. WI.- P. BOdL ELBEET H. AULL, Error. LET S TALK SEEIOUS. We hear from all sides that the peo ple throughout the county are very tired of po ltics and would be glad for the papers to stop publishing so much political stuff. This is a good sign. We are glad they are getting enough of the stuff for of late, to eay the least, it has not been elevating. But the' leaders will not let us have a rest. We are as tired of it as the people can well be. We were never much of a politician any way. We beg their pardon for devoting so much space to it the past f'aw weeks but while we are on the sub ject we desire to talk and reason with the :people just a little. If they are tired of it they will be in position to listen to a little sober talk. The present political situation in South Carolina is not a pleasant one to contemplate, especially to the man who wants no omce and has only the welfare of the people at heart. Now that the people are tired of polities we hope and ...

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 February 1894

WCAL AND SPECIAL <4PECLAL NOTICE. ivil' confer a favor b. iei tMneir eopy for changes no YBfcdaymornig. Aes ave .Yoer Money p 't boy yder Fertilizers and y . Seed E-Gal.till you see me ' I the best J. J. LANE. t: Por Rent. y bo= and lot. In my absence appl1 toT C. Pool. 0. L. SCH UMPERT. 1 Constable in Town. Testerday there appeared on th of'Newberry several armed met " h bWinchester rifles. They wero walking around on the streets anc Sronnd the depots, in search, we pre a slme, of a blind tiger. The sight o armed men walking around in times o has not been witnessed here in f time. So far Newberry has hac no constables in her midst and ever3 tbiug has been peaceful and serene Whope this state of affairs will con tinue. A College Paper. Newberry College will this montt begin the publication of a college pape devoted to the interests of the college We do not know what the new papei will be called. The society editon have been elected as follows: Excelsior Society, A. E. P. Beden. e...

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 February 1894

JERUSALEM STREET LETTgE. The Nerald and News Again the Recipient of a Communication from 'H." When a fellow is a natural born prophet, and can't help it, he is not to blame for dropping a few slight inti mations as to the probabilities that are crystalizing into facts, is he? If your memory serves you well, you will re member that I advised all aspirants for places at the disposition of Br'er Grover to oil their pin feathers and hold themselves in dutiful readiness for a quiet little splash in the waters of Buzzard oay. What has time re vealed? I am of those who deprecate the want of either good advice or sound judgment on the part of the Grand and Potent Seignior who has such - feet control of the motions of the "pap" ladle, and yet I cannot help extending my congratulations to the disappointed aspirants for their luck in escaping the humiliation incident upon official posi tion under the mongrel administration holding sway at Washington in the name of Democracy. A one-time aspiran...

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 February 1894

ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY. S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1894. PRICE $1.50 A YEA TOM JACKSON'S STOUT HEAET. How He Gained His Cadetship at West Point-The Story of a Plucky Boy. [From the Philadelphia Times.] Some twenty years before the break ing out of the civil war it became the duty of a certain Congressman from a then Virginia district to recommend to the President some one for the position of cadet at West Point. Among other applicants the two most favorably known to him were a couple of youths named Gib Butcher and Tom Jackson. The Congressman submitted each of them to a personal examination and told them he wculd communicate his decision in writing on the following day. As may be supposed, the intervening time was not a restful period for either of the lads. Jackson thumped over an algebra he had picked up in the sitting room of the little tavern where they were st'p ping. Whatever anxiety he really felt was veiled under an appearance of shrewd indifference. Young Butcher, h...

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 February 1894

ELBERT I. AULL, Proprietors. Wi. P. HOUSEAL, f ELBERT H. AULL, EDrroR. WATER! WATER WORK ! We present this week the opinions of a number of the citizens of Newberry on the question of water works for our town. In doing so we have not en deavored- to pick men of our way of thinking. On the contrary they were taken just as they came. We want to know what the sentiment of the people ion thlsquestion. We want the issue airlyand squarely prgsented, for if the ' ystem is to be established there must be unanimity of sentiment and effort in order to make the thing a success. We hope next week to give some other opinions on the subject and to keep the matter before the people until they can see and realize'that the estab lishment of water works is not only a thingto be desired but is a necessity, and that the expense will be money not only well spent, but will be money economi cally spent. These facts we sincerely believe and can therefore honestly and conscientiously urge them upon oar peop...

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 February 1894

LOCAL AND SPECIAL. SPECIAL NOTICE. 4dvertisers tilt confer a favor by handing in their copy for changes not jtarthan Mnday moming. armers, Save Your Money! Don't buy your Fertilizers and Ooton Seed Meal till you see mes. g el.the best J. J. LANE. tf jspenser at Little Mountain. The County Board has recommended Mr. David Boland as dispenser at Little onotain, and he will :io doubt get the appointment. - Out Door Shoes at Matthews & Cannon's. tf Tableaux at the Armory. The Young Peoples' Society of the A. Presbyteriin church will give an en ertanment in the Armory ou Friday e ueing, March 23d. - There will be charming tableaux, and r%freshmenta wil also beserved. A small admission fee will be charged. A lot of Fancy Silks to go at cost. ly. . _ Mower Co. Ezeently. Committee. The Democratic Fxecutive Com mittee will meet in the Court House - on Saturday, Febuary 24th instant. All members requested to be present. HARRY H. BTEsE, Chairman. COMMO Sales. Mr. Nat Gist bought several lar...

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 February 1894

NOW TO SLEEP WELL. PaS Pillows Uader the Feet Instead of dr' the Head-.-An Important Dis DiLeovery by a German Professor. A mast important discovery has re eantly been made by a German pro = essor that will materially improve tbe physleal and mental strength of all whaffofow its lesson, if the discovery a really genuine, as the professor eimsinit is. pertition or legend or the custom ~- earabaa had an influence upon us Whie w slept that has been almost as great as the like influences while we are auake. It has been vaguely under stood that if we sleep with our head to the North it is much better than point ing in any other direction can possibly be, while lying upon our left side is a certain Indication we are free from beart disease, and lying upon our back is quite as certain a sign that we are intending to snore. Adding to these, the idea has pos sessed us that our head must be higher than our feet, entirely overlooking the fact that the typical American, ever healthy, vigc.rous ...

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 February 1894

ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1894. PRICE $1.5J*A Y BILL ARP'S ROUM THRBUST. Es Is Down in Florlds, and Must Have Newberry in His Mind When He Talks About Water Works. [Atlanta Constitution. I Gainesville is a beautiful town, but is not ripe. The people do not pull tether. They are not "discordant, belligerent," as Daniel Webster said, but they do. not harnionze on public matters. They lack an unslfi6h, enter . prislng leader in whom everybody %,.-would have contidence. They have been trying for three years to build waterworks and can't do it. Towns have character just like individuals. Take Cedartown, in Georgia, for in sLance. Half a dozen of her best men determined to have waterworks and electric lights, and within twelve months they had both established and _ everybody is proud. These men sold their town bonds at par in New York about the eame time that Atlanta sold hers for 95 cents. Both plants cost less than $50,000. Now Gainesville is a larger and...

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. — 21 February 1894

ELBERT H. AULL, 1 Proprietors. Wx. P. HOUSEAL, f ELBERT H. AULL, EIToa. toME CONSTRUCTION NEEDED. The Herald and News has frequently spoken of the unwisdom of hasty legis lation. It is sure to result in the pas sage of crude laws and many times is liable to be the cause of having things muchly mixed. Not only so, but it also frequently is the cause of getting sections in our laws that are not only meaningless but absurdly ridiculous. It would be far better to have biennial sessions and take time to deliberate and make such laws as are put on the Stat ute books so that an ordinary wan could understand them, and so that it would- not require the services of a "Philadeiphia lawyer" to construe them. But this is not the point we want to wake now. We have a copy of the recent acts passed by the last Legislature. It has one advantage over some of its prede cessors. The volume is smaller than some that have gone before. We have been looking over it just a little and two of the most importa...

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. — 21 February 1894

~. A1AD SPECIAL - SPECIAL NOTICE. '- will confer a favor by gin their copy for changes not an .8Mond ay morning. , Save Your Money.! ~n 't bay y.our Fertilizers and ,#oa Seed Meal till you see me. the best J. J. LANE. tf The Churches. Rev. J. L. Vass, Superintendent of Connie Maxwell Orphanage, will in the First Baptist church next ay morning. Rev. W. W. McMorries will be absent i the first Sabbath of March, at Ora, rLaurens County, filling an appoint ,uent. H. A. McCullough, of the Sem .:inary, will fill his appointment at Can = non's Creek on that day. Bread. -Seven loaves for 25 cents. 30 loaves for $1.00. L. CREDE. IM. out Do,ar shoes at Matthews & Cannon's. tf A lot of Fancy Silks to go at cost. Iy. Mower Co. The Town's Share. We understand that the State Board has decided that Newberry is entitled goand should have the part of the profits from the dispensary belonging to her. Mr. Sease, the clerk of the Board, says he,has received a letter from the State Board to that effe...

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. — 21 February 1894

CANDIDATES AT THE CAPITOL. Bow a Partisan Editor Wanted the Presi- I dent to Boom His Gubernatorial Man. i rEditor Garlington in Spartanburg I Herald.] a WASHINGTON, D. C., February g.- i This ;-the city of the Tappioco. I a have met with some old acquaintances I and seventeen times had the imperti- F nent question propounded: "What are i you after?" It seems to be a foregone conclusion that no man comes here i unless he has some scheme to work. I d did not answer all those who- pro- r pounded this interrogatory, for I made ( up my mind early that the whole mat- t ter should be worked on tbe dead quiet. I don't mind saying to the E Herald readers, however, that I am laboring for the toiling masses, trying I to serve the dear people. Not only is my mission in the inter- < est of the people, the horny handed F sons of toil, but the glorious cause of J Refawm as well. This work came upon me unexpectedly, and I was F wholly unprepared for the great honor. 1 But when the friends, rela...

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. — 28 February 1894

A-c- -- --t ESALIHD 85 NEBRY4.C,WDEDY ERUR 8 84PIE.0AYA ANNUAL REPORT -OF COUNTY TREASURER -OF NEWBERRY COUNTY For the Fiscal Year Com mencing November 1st, 1892, and Ending Octo ber 31st, 1893. Ordinary County Fund-1891-92. No. 2 A J Livingston, $22 45 3 Isadore Ruff, 3 00 5 J Henry Caldwell, 6 00 6 B T Caidwell, 4 00 7 W W Riser, 61 80 10 Leavell & Speers, 12 75 11 D H Henderson and others, 3 55 12 Purcell & Spearman, 16 10 14 Mrs M R Forbis, 4 00 15 Geo B Cromer, 24 85 16 J H Smith, 6 00 17CFBoyd, - 1335 18WWFalmer, 470 21 J C Sehumpert, 2 70 22 MJScott &Co.,' 4-00 23 Arthur Kibler, 7 75 24 W G Honseal, 1630 25 Chas Tidwarsb, 69 26FVCapers, 700 28 J N Martin, 20 02 29 F J Harwan, 24 10 36 Albert Anderson, 5 10 31 E A Scott, 80 00 32 3 H McCollough, 10 00 33 P E Wise. 8 33 3 W G Peterson, 50 00 3C&GSMower&Co, 10 00 36 B W Stevens, 2 80 37 W C Crower, 407 45 39 WTDavis &Co, 9 70 41 Wallace & Kinard, 2 25 40 W W Riser, 37 55 42 W H Harris, 16 45 43 Counts...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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