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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

y a i h-a a at-tioso-,'-d-ov-d . delus, hs11>poke.thard-fLAWNt aih tc, ob ut Lhrio n4pegode.a den dr 1 Y, l'at. go -ue lba. ftHr e pfhstatw: u ee valfe . 430 ,1a,ar lne:eause, ra( W ove,w or y hi t1oves. 1s>ara , note horaofWwctod-dove'a. WI?JP ni~r'a hjen.4 I$tlaid apon " eCele, hiadpaks,hard,.tfa etanq:yfght. Wfba 4qidon mhwrs> tbat,ooa at nliaht. s3)00 inhed bslhes, her,yuupet lbres. .As a. We world may bsave:tteae,t. . [Toaqtda filtetn'tho IndIepenent. 1TALKS_-BY fHrl:;W4y, 'EOMM 4Vf(.J.I tU)MAIII'fl ILJ 1f tp[t s I itao .alt~~ ii tn e t vat4r . e'' j Ta A N rl ty w tn -ta ,te r t...n,t :~.lrisW.. 5--Jabtk .igulow 'si.qptirtlhr oa F'i,ueso a Cus... ehy ,thae 'Oa.ts, t. -'nbor d did .not Beuone- 'ICtag of xsanee".'Tho Divfistn,.tweea,the Le. tisintsfsaud the .OOelantats--.l Chase.s 'foar the:Ri pbite. Waa it only an ingentou..adverttAemtint? onalderingithat. Mr. Painoas T._Barnum, of 'Teznectient, has been known for fitty years er-morq as the Priuco of Uumbugs, he proba....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

low much the heart nay bear, and yet not breah I Now Dntoh the eoa M1ay auffer htd not die l 1 ouestion much if any pain or "ehe o Of rout or boa'tbrings our end more nigh; Etath ohoosees hi own time, 1i that Is sworn, All evils may be borne. G o shriuk and budder at the surgeon's knife, Esch ieve recotling from the crrul steel Whueo edge seents searohing for the quiver lug life; Yet, to our Feuse the bitte pangs reove!, That still, ahtiough the trermoling fieva be It rag Thlis also can be borno. We see a snrrmw rising in our way Aid Iry to flee from tbe approaching Ui; We seek some ermall esoape; we weep and Jiro); Bui hi n the blow falls, then our hearts Aev sill'; Not t bat the pain Is of its sharpness shorn But thati1, can be borne. We wind our life about another life; We .mO it eloser, dearer than our own; Anon i fatrrtS and fails in deathly strife, 1.eRv Ing us stunned and strioken and alone; ui ihI we do nt die with those we unourn. ti'hlt also can be borne. Eciold, we lire t...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

t lident COlva4a *A P es the. GA. , lr W Aout*h- t SavoUsa.s Asetetant laUNhett7 oft4 th*Weasaur,s. Exeel. tsd SIienust -for -1Oe of tbe' igshst :R os V*4ur the,Qoveratrstett. u 1 CA T4'omlruno M414180iptDA. mth, 1 Uian$Mt?aeeret*ry of- the treasury, has *end+rOQ his resigntion to the President, to 6I geiqn July next, in oader.to aeopt 'h 1991n; .of, sollotor; ,e fo-te 81, l<au1, "ean ifolo4and Manitoba lanroad Com. yahy; with"headquarters at s, Pauli Minn, .1ho Pre1id? t las seleoted .his suooessor .Ue Hon,gh'.. Thlomtpson, Goveraor of Itouth Caroina, and Will. send- his nomina. tion to the Senate to-morrow. tovernor 7o;pson is 4aid to be a man of abilty, opd j,ba in.entre .aecord With the PresientVs ;p0ey, on all publio questionP. He has boon prominently identided witti the eduoattuial interebts of his State, and is now serving out 1s second term as its Governor. .e as resigned that office, and expects to be able to assume the duties of his- now oflceo-as soon as he shali have ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

wEMms-O* aooy, one yea~r, I1 501 si monthe, 75 oente. The money must in all eMsea be sent *1th the ordor. Post* mastes ar inv tert aot a. aents. 3XP1RATIONS-Look at the prntd label on the paper; the date throon shows when the eubs8ription expires. Forward the money for renewal at least one Week in advance. " DVEIlTIHEMENTS.-Oue Ineertion, 15 cents per line; one month, 50 conta' per line; 0ree monthe, $1 per 1Ine; six months, 91 75: twelve month 4. $3. Address THE NEWS AN]D (x)U1ttlR, 19 Broad at., Charleston, H. 0. WEDNESD AY, JULY 7, 188t3. A drgfte, cheques, and postal ?onwy Orders for this paper should be made pay Wbie to the order of The News and C>urier Ompany. IL IJJVS UB T,/1B DAY. The subctriptions received for the erootton of a stamne to Dr. Marion Slmus now amount to over f8,000, sud work will soon be hogun. T'hel into will be t laaed in Central Park, ecw York. Ind;e Hilton's last act of prosorptlion at the Grand Union Hotel, Haratoga, in the ej(etment from the club-roo...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

A+ xi*smiR' Csiremoiy In the City of lotVio't1a--& Desailptfon of the Old Vseidral in wblch the lerettse was oMfe:red-. Istinguished Przelates , 7reNt.-Fetivitie of the Eenag. 3ALTImo,. MD., June 8,-Daltimor2 became this morning the Cardinal city of the United States, and Arch bishop tGibbons was invested with the scarlet brretta with all the magnificent ceremonial of the Iloman lit.urgy sa.d the splendid pomp beit lhta exalted rank as a prince of oly tJatholio Ohutch. Just twenty lo. yeav's ago to-day James Gibbons 'was oxuainen priest in the chapel of St. dary's Seminary, In-this ofty, by Arch 1bsl;op ECenrick, and on this, his silver Xbilee he received from the hands of the emerable Archbishop of St. Louis the in 'ignia of his high dignity. The ceremony took place in the noble old Cathedral, in which as apostolic delegate he so re cently directed the deliberations of the Plenary Counoil, the most notable gath ering of divines this country has ever seen, and in which has taken...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

MURDERED' BY A 'WOMAN. A 2XAGXD"I N 4 ?aOWrDD-RUO x.>lvA'IDWAY. 1itss Nfsua' Ionnelf hoots John A. Iteedlyi im Ilueterr Chapel while Ban day -school Uervioes-are being old-" No Warning Given to the Victim-.u Alleged Slander the Gause-ot the Crime. MIDWAY, July 4.-At Hunter's Ohapel Church this morning, while 8unday-sohool was In session, Mips Emma Connelly killed John A. 8tecdly. Bhe walked into the church with her arns folded and a pistol in one hand, cooked. She passed into the seat In rearof Stet dly,and when just behind him shot him. 3He arose, looked around, tried to get out his pistol, and at thesame time mad@ for the door. miss Connelly snapped her pistol at him again, but it failed to go off. If 1 had gone 6ff the chances are that some one else would have been hurt, as the church was crowded. Steedly fell at the door of the church Just outside and died in about three minutes. There was great excitement among the ladies and children at tho time. Steedly had been putting ou...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

OVA 0*:UT~ftX6XX.j OZ*NA?JGONIO, 'y RZlR6.W.pfTgjp5Ql1g, )t ,Wuoseetdpge t the Luathieraa General yinoed at 1t'oahke, Va,.No Ueertatla ISua do1 the Qlusdel of Dtvoe. s ; ,oA1ooxa, VA., June 25.-The Syitod eon ehed on Friday norning. Prayer was oftered by the Rfev. it. W. Petrea, of North Carolina, The report of the action of the Diet, with reference to the union of all Southern Lutheran 8ynods in one general body, was read by the Rev. D. K. itlbert, D. D., and was considered by items. The re port eliolted a spirited though pleasant dt+ uesston,and was finally approved. Alithough widely different views were held and main ta1ned by the speakers, the ver greatest barnouy and good Will provailed and the vote was unanimosu except that the Georgia Synod delegates did not fol author. zed to go Into the now body contemplated until further inattuoted by thelr Synod. They 'vill, at the earliest possible day, become rnebers of the new body. The bynod provided for the taking up and carrying on,...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

MAIg UuULAj DPARtM'I- T. Wtnaely p'Na tassna s to 4he plant<>g ated Ratattaa OtOi,and IttetrUMtne itenas et Tnterest Aboit Fora Gardew and Dotiy. Sumnmer erops Mtill reite d til t citivaticn. -e a Dr. W. l n.Jones in t.he 1twhM11 t'r,tti'mtor. Drought and heat are to be fonght aA best we titay; tase and wedsa are to be kept down ant the Ion?ation in t.be soil of Rvallable plant food to be pronotid to the fullest etont.. tne of the greatest antidotes againat drought is si abundane of humus in thestil. A farmer oannot stop noa to supply this in s held where.there-is a rowhig crop; it must, be looked after.in its general ilais, omhraoin proper rolationis, and resting of land, or during winter, w hen loaves, pine and ot.her st.raw tuav he hallo. out mnd scat.tered upon it.. But a good grow"t.h of peavines supplies a first quiality luntis for Ol( land and peas tuay h pla)ted for enoh purpose during this andl nc t month. 1 f seed are plenty, they n.-y be hrondeest at the rate of one...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

1k ,**k4d tjl'DMAi,Dl A OW I SiMesn Ruaet.-The Uettea, Rise and No. vat .Seres Merhets-.Ta Wholesale ' 'rad,e-Meuey, .Aiehatge aad soart tieS-Catton Stittattos snd Po.--010s. : -: tntg leporte iron other Markete by Tel egraph., CHIAIIrsTOr 8, 0., t TunsnAY NioauT. July 0, '1880. Business has been as quiet throughout the pHst week as It was during the previous one. Sipnents of groceries and provisions to the interior of this and neighboring States have been small, although prices have been main tained. In dry goods and notions, as well as the other branches of the wholesale trade of the lty, the same condition is to be reported. The retailtrade, however, has been steady, and although the summer tniness has arrived, dealers generally do not think that the trade to in as bad a condition as it was last year, Dottoa. The cotton market during the ast week has shown but little changefrom the condt. tion reported last Friday. Thereceiptsshow a considerable falling off, and the sales also ha...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 July 1886

A Wi vivo sx4z rM i A'1 W. P,A!*J5P_ Ml UOpW * 00##r 'W1 IN,rEAtatcfrt""D4 WAS uu. p @ wy t+A+1 /#00*b of ro.At Aru *itw #19py of " ION'1eo440 WA)t.. wklc& do" mot Mawg Twgetter-A Ver diet of AcyaUVal. At bret-pat v o'olook Tuea*y morning J-'Oge Witherspoon entered the Oourt 4Da ?M p'tfs of the dty beig the trial otr, Ai m,A Jtger. Jor the killing of 8topwly. t Jey on October 'Z,'?18G. The Uoursmam ws we) Q Md, ;4tho0, ght.anconitetaby crowded, andi theramm~-*lsn fair at""ad anos of the gulotbera V1Abom. Shellerk o:itse'AncI at..plneoabd the roU iDhe a301 j1o4s, thViSy-1nr of W1WIm were tornd t.ie pre"n1. Ebe pmesaLtoL was.,xprs eented by M r. Wi81. Jwiienervey, Ind.#lor of thit: circnuteSna .A.dsene % by MJowr Jn Laz MAchel,aw d Mr. It. A. E. 8z1tL, of term#n of .Mittiell nPni$tt., aaby. <the oL:. Aa. Magesat. . sa Lioltor:and the counsel for the defenoi, both annoRnolpg tbemsEleF Teady for triA'., the dr%w1ng of tat jury war at.1OTeizawe. into and :bhe 1ltiuawitg ,xryvt.ant...

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 July 1886

V X I - R E N T8 - N E R t V E I D ' 4 o . VOL. XXII. .(I1-000FORSIXBIONT118. . NEWVBERR{Y,8, C., WEI)NESD)AY, JULJY 2i, ]1886. A. CJON]~ ~iieeiit rpitr. ~.2 1'ARMEIRS AND POrdTIUS. The Nimble Lawyeir Monopolizing All the Omees--OnIty1welve Farm ers in Congrees and 278 Lawyers. [Fa9nn the:Columbia Register.] To the Farmers oj South Carolina. We "have heard so much during the paut fewnionths about the rights and wrbns of'tlhe farmers, that one may be pardoned for a little exanin. ation into the consistency of sotne of their ch'bsen advocates as well as that of the farmers themselves, so far as the Third Congressional Dis. trict is eoncerned. It so happens that the farmer Con. gressman of the District declines a re-nomination; and four or five law. yers, being the. natural allies and pro. +tectors of farmers, are -anxiously studying how they can best serve the interests of their proteges and--se. cure their qwn election. In this con nection would it not, be in order for the farmers to...

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 July 1886

RD - A. . JO E; , ,y aTOR( (lay the 126h,. uade NOTI. Pard for . esolutions on Mon 1{'gq o , , rsing Governor Shop 4oIv1ly .Jon. On tihe day fol or, l. . the delegates to the State '1 $a- , vas in Columbia and a . work by eld's favored son. .rmcrs' club of O'Neal[ AcadFumy . resolution endorsed S Pope, Joe .eitt and E. P. Chalmers for the gislature, and Judge Cothran for Con. gress. One doctor, two lawyers and one farmer. From a friend of Gov. Thompson we learn that he is much pleased with his position as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Columbia will soon have a new rail rond to carry the people through its wide and beautiful streets. 'rTe track Is now being laid en Jervals street, and is com pleted about half way to Main. The State convention meets on August the 4th. The summer mneetig of the State Grange and Agricultural and Me. chaaneal Society at the same time. j M1KEl? UP THOE BABIEN A Nib - NOT A ChIEATITE KNEW IT." A dispute having arisen as to the iden tlty of two of 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. — 21 July 1886

-ierd etsoldiwr iltWI tread9,'c re with cyp ess the hallowed waHll, : " w-the hero's earih4Work i isforever o'er. Let the music be solewnn, low. and deep, T. read soft as the floweroblowaephyrs ]For tlib otitihh..ad poet imat 1ie asleep, Oli pity the gifted shou#&evet' diel In the zenith of day, the;primorofl'uife: But he left to the dim.- Isle of 'future time Footsteps that sound the voices of.atrfe, With a soul in the ring -of the..rounded rhyme. le has carved a niche in the, tomplw of fame, As. white, as pure as the vestal snow; Where loving friends will place his name, And coming ages full reverenceshow, lie died where a dirge through t1:e sol, emn'pinea Swept into the bed-whereon lie lay; Recalling the .wo.ds of his, loving-110Q1,s As the soul of the writer was passing away. Passing away. to-the Portal of Light,> Through the Pearly-Gates to the Holy Fol' Another star in the Heavens so bright, While we but a memory hold. A memory dear, and we speak . but true As a medium ...

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 July 1886

Local aid u pecial. THI PAPER ei, 1 4 . Ch;ireh Notice8. BAIPTts' fRev. U. P.' Scott, pastor. 'reachig l1Y tlto"pastor a 11- A. mo and 8 p. mt., next Sitnday. Sunday school at 4:30 p. m., MIr. J. B. Carwile? Super intendent, Prayer mneeting-Wednesday at 8 p. ml. g, LUv'tt:t A --:- .A. B. McMackin, pastor. Preaehing next Sunday by the pastor, at 10:30 i. i. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 4:30 p. m., Mr. Oco. B. Cromer, Snperintedendt. Prayer meeting Wed neslay at 8 p. in. Mlt''Iom0S'--Rev. H. F. Chrietzberg. pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m., next Sunday. titunlay sc11601 at 4 p. in., Mr. John IV. Chapn;t, Supcrintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday at S p. in. A. It. PISY1T'ERIAIN-Rev. B. P. McCliutock, pastor. Service next Sun day by the pastor at 11 't. in. Sunday school at 9:30 a. in., Mr. M. A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer ieeting Wed nesday at 8 p. in. Missionary Society W4dnesday at 3 p. in., Mrs. (. Mower, Pres(lont. W. C. T. U. Tues day at 5:00 p. n., M...

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. — 4 August 1886

VOL. XXI1. UATSEOOPRRNNUDI T NEW ERRY 7* i. W' )ES)t 'UUSI rf .;JN; 00 FORIXONHS 1\- W.3 I 1 ,. 4. U.,OWN \'1I~w, EIi NESo)A1,4 NO(. 31(,18 a A IL JIIPBa avI)I ls Ul1il'. .The Blackville and Newberry Itailroad --A Short Line to Newberry-A Chance for Charlestion. Vigorous efforts are being nanade to push through the projected Black ville and Prosperity Railroad, in the interest of which Col. Alfred Aldrich, of Barnwell County, recently visited Charleston. The projected line will be run from Blackville, in Barnwell County, to Prosperity or Newberry as may be decided to be most feasible. The distance from Blabkville to either of the points named is sixty miles, and the distance from Blackville to Char leston by way of the South Carolina Railway is ninety miles. This route will shorten the distance from Char. le$ton to Newberry thirty-four miles. and, if built by Charleston capi tal combined with that of the citizens of the territory through which the road will run, will give a route id...

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. — 4 August 1886

A. C. JONES, Eui'ron. .Xcii'Gerr)', iiA ,} i WEI)NESDAY, AUC' 11SP 4, 188G. Who will be Governor is the question of the day ? One year ago our connection with the IIERALi) AN) N:wti began. We ret urtt thanks to 1)r. Orlanda 11. Mayer, Jr., for a copy of the address delivered by hit before the State Med ical Assoelal ion at Caudcttm, S . C., in A pril. We are requested by lion. W. 1). iar. 41y. to stttte I hat he wil l not be a can didate for re-election to the 1House of Representative before the coming pri mary election. We ask our readers to examine care fully the editorial of - the Greenvillo News in another, column1, ''cut himtt dowit" and see if you do not agree with him, that, it Is a very dagerons pre cedent to establish. We ivould ask our readers to refer to the paper of last week and read the article in the teachers colhimn ".Ilow to command respect." We think It worhity of careful pernsal tutn believe good may come from it. We invite attention to the cards of Messrs. V. W. ...

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. — 4 August 1886

PUI)I.SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT. .Aewny'~, *3. C. Trms.-One year, $2; six months $1; three months, G0 cents; two months, 35 cents ; one month, 20 cents ; single copy, S cents, payable In advance. 1xpirations.-Iook at the printed label on the paper; the date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Forward the money for renewal at least one week in advance. Subscribers desiring ti address of their paper changed must ,..ve both the old and the new address. TERMs oF ADVElRTIsINO.--$1.00 prl square the first insertion, am. 1 50 ets. per square for each subsequent insertion. W A square is the space of mnie lines of solid brevier type. Notices In local column 123e. per line for each insertion for one month, longer at inch rate4, with 25 per cent added. A reasonable reduction made for ad vertisements by the three, six, or twelve m onths. How It Works. While the method of nominating Democratic candidates is being dis. cussed it will be well to recall the familiar process of nomination by ...

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. — 4 August 1886

~hc tvdd god: two Local and Special. THIS PAPER P .t.i"* inWDM W 9n. 1e M A froelh sIppl)y of strong A io nt Whlite willn VIrt(-gars fors nali Ch1eap at Jtobl'i1401n's I)r1g More opposite the post of lce. 7-21-t f. Itemem,tber tho Mir11nn itelerve 'um(I Life AssoIlition gives instr'a il at oi(' .1lily. Ihrll M l ar u al School ,liest of al kImo'isilj on, 2.---n &X il. ( Iif.kt 'Ilia llitum e O o'nn, if' ut Anl dm,ttiulI, ohny mi'$ . -17 hultnsning opomIit UnihartleyPilof lotr FI1amiy Me tllicIl t o 1-7-- A . . i n r.i o 111 Iax i,f . Ts*n's Puenk of g iteni Itt .iilhe' 315f1' u iy. iTownt,shylI'y o. ul.,es 8. . Illornsbyii tlni ancy l. f,tofrh $-, bn to itoi (,11111u atn . -7 I f. l' III 4 IIne ('u uii u t (;( a't'e i c 111118 IIon ofher a iltth.enlK i rl-57--1 -f. Townshi No. .--:. h. 'oplock to Sally'T'hotrllson , orne lot, for $25, oin the 2nd; Jos. Calwell, Jr., to C. Iluron (;altlwell, IIII 1-110 nLVrVS, for A.1,500 (ln the 221 i; (I. H rii n. Calwell 1 0i-1100 acere$, With...

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. — 11 August 1886

V O L . x x i I .1 W N T .i i J O W t 4 N Oy3 Our Ticket. The ticket the Convention Ias given us is a good one I'rol top to toe. And this was reached wit.hout. a jar or without an angry word. It was a triumphant cxlihilion of the conservative temper, the character. the courtesy and good sense of the people of Sout,h Carolina.. There was one remarkable mani. festation in this Convention, and that was that the individual tnembers of dlelegations voted more according to their individual opinions than we have ever seen in any Convention. No chairman of a delegation ear. ried the vote of his delegation in his pocket. So, whoever has been chosen and whoever not, there can he no doubt of it titt this choice of nome'Ices a!p. l)roached nearer that exercise of ii' dividual prel'erence which takes place in a general election than is usual inl such assemblages. Nobody seemed constrained to suff'er hiniselfI con. trolled by anyhody, with exception of one county, which we reri'ain froin mentioni...

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. — 11 August 1886

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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
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