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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 24 November 1886

1Ul3L1SI1ED ,. EVERY WEDNESDAY AT .VeypbervJy, y. C. "Prohibltiou Does not Prohibit." This sounding epigram has become quite familiar. It is one of the con - mon-l laces among those who advo cate the licecusure of drinking saloons. No debate can be hal on the policy, of giving legal sanction to drinking establishmenuts, without calling out such defences as are embraced in the propositions "Taxes will be heavier;" "Private ~liberty should not be invaded ; "Sumptuary laws are odious;" "l'rohibition does not pro hibit." Each of these propositions, as used in the interest of liquor-selling. is fallacious. "Taxes will be heav ier." But suppose the very law which cuts off the ,profit from the liquor license diminishes expeidi tures, what then ? In one of our smaller towns, the iifcome from li cense did not pay the expense of a police. License ceased, and there was no occasion for a policeman. Besides, is it not to the profit of the community that every loafer should become a laborer, and ...

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 November 1886

'" n n'o d Alta.f ea, Local and7Special - Embroidery Patterns, Stamped, at - 'Chapnjan's. I will sell all the Books in my store, including SCHOOL BOOKS, at COST from this date. Stock i8 small so call at once and get what you need. Wk. SCHOOL BOOKS AT COST. ?i " 3t MRS. OREN EKER. Robertson's Fever and Ague Cure 1.3 the only certain cure for chills and fever. Come and buy a bottle at his Drug Store - opposite the Post Ofice, and quit your shaking. 9-29. A large supply of school books just received at Caston & Hunt's. 9-22 Secretaries of societies call on J. W. - Chapman for Record Books. 9-8 A fresh supply of strong Apple and White Wine Vinegars for sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store opposite the post olice. - 7-21-1f. Handsome lhoto. and Autograph Al bums at Chapman's. 2-17-tf Splendid lot of Blank Books at J. W. Chapmin's', hnld bheap too. 9--4 Nice Papeterle ranging from 15c. and pward at the Friend St. corner, where a friendly call is solicited. Old Iron, taken from the jai...

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. — 1 December 1886

-~1 ___"% VOL XXII. IrITH8{1.200FORS yDIO 1I. NEWBE'L1 II RY, , C., WEI)NESI)AY, DIWEMBER~1 1, .86 The Standing Committees. Privileges and Elections.-W. II. Brawley, Charleston; L. B. O'Bryan, Barnwell; J. R. P. Fox, Colleton; C. A. Mellugh, Charleston; J. W. Dan iel, Anderson; J. N. Drake, Marl boro; W. A. McClintock, Laurens; L. P. 'Miller, Georgetown; W. 0. Cain, Sumter; James Norton, Marion, W. W. Walker, York; R. J. Robin son, Abbeville. Ways anl Means.-J. C. Haskell, Richland; J. F. Ficken, Charleston; J. G. McKissick, Uniion;'J. P. Black well, Edgfield; W. A. Ancrum, Ker shaw; J. A. Tindall, Clarendon; Sampson Pope Newberry; J. B. Chan dler, Williamsburg; Altanont Moses, Sumter; 'T. B. League, Williamsburg; Sineon Hyde, Charleston; J. N. Brown, Anderson ; John Lawton, lHampton. Jliciary.-W. 1I. Parker, Abbe ville; V. 11. Brawley, Charleston; C. J. C. Hlutson, Hampton; James Al drich, Aiken; J. J. Maher, Barnwell; M. F. Ansel, Greenville; C. A. Doug . , Fairlield; J. E. Burke,...

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. — 1 December 1886

A. C. JONES, EDITOI. XewbZerry. S. C. WEI)NESDAY, DEC. 1, 1886. 'ERUs.-One year, $2; 8X months $1; three months, 50 cents; two months, 35 cents ; one month, 20 cents ; single copy, 5 cents, payable in advance. T\icrs o' A DVEIITISING.-$1.00 per square the fIrst insertion, and 50 ets. per square for each subsequent insertion. A* A square Is the space of nine lincs of solid brevier type. Notlees In local column 123c. per line for each insertion for one month, longer at inch rates, waib 25 per cent added. A reasonablo reduction made for ad vertisenviits by the three, six, or twelve nIfonths. You are entitled to a copy of the Weekly New uld Courier tih this copy of the lcrald and News, if your subscription is paid in advance at the rate of Two Dollars a year. We have arranged with the News and Courier to furnish us a sufficient num ber of copies each week to give one to every cash subscriber. U' ECNCA I. O F CONT1t A(!T W'IT11 TIll; NEW".1' & (OIItEI C0. The undersigned, proprietors...

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. — 1 December 1886

PUBLiSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT Ye~wben',y, 8. C. AN AP1t AS A SWITCHMAN. A Capetown Curiosity Doing Ills Master's Work and Drawing Ills Salary. Two years ago, says a writer in the Omaho.Iiee, when I was in South Africa for a New York firm of ex porters, I was informed that eight miles up the railroad, which runs from Capetown north, there was a trained ape which acted as a switch man, and drew a regular salary for his master. Of course I believed the story to be a canard, but felt that it was worth while investigating. I stopped at a little station on the railroad in Cape Colony, and was directed to a small switch house 200 yards up the track from the place where the train had stopped. The switch tender was sit ting outside the door in an arm chair, and by his side stood, or rather crouched, an enormous African ape, which was f'ully five feet high when errect. As the switch tender arose to an swer my inquiry, I noticed that he was armless. I asked him whether it was true that his ape ...

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. — 1 December 1886

~he srAg and4 tWA _Local and Special. -PA?ER l 3E '-IV. t~1Tt7Tir )j,, . *, 1 ' TT.1 T u: .'(1 'R 1 , " 'I , l Elguer,Z (Isr. ', cTl nlt J5wiop[etw. ' Five shures bank stock for sle. Se ad. Look at Ren. Cline'e t n p pric - o relit orial jage. night nnly 30 cens, of and e .1'oolwl ' m :,h -4' '4. - ' - TEACH '.S' I. AI R{ \ RNT a ~.a \ hi poi Lg, ito h - 1,1 V6 N\'Ir \V asa"s 1\'t rvo Nov. o ty,e~i y g~d (. Thi monl itt th\i', st., ll:vr t il:\\ Ol,\', il th i: ro l t , a ti tl t I t 1,4, I \\lt1li bitr it totm-ntr w\ ;tt l 1 \ t' ( i' tireh 1 ,' \i 1 %I;1t af tl Ait. a: c abo;t 1 cl h, Road this Everybody \Vtl.rl' Ita\ele h ve coun i .ettt ltr ; nultl c1ntt g out s:ties, ant i fotr Ax it'\t .'\ stiys t'tlor 'tartligii > aiis. t1, r t ' t.h tu iteril to t ael ' It o Ite. N .\T1''it l't; .\It lbihs. f,ti l.0aI '' " ~ i ti'lt, nt t t' \t ilA i11 1N't , I i \ 'It. 1 '.ri , t i:' o1' .Ir of clt t tru gre:-n p ' 'N . t't 'n .at':.t t 1 -ei.I SC'.\TI' t -' St )l' 1 (A 1(:il,l\ ., !11 '...

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. — 8 December 1886

Q n S ,VO L . tXX II. .0 l I O T1 .N WBE RRY , M IA ., 11ERRDA Y 8, 886. TILE GOV EI RNOR'S M ESSA GE. WHAT TIlE PRESS 011' 'T'IIE S'A'I'E SAYS Ole IT. FWe Welcome HIim with a Crowii ? To-day John C. Sheppard returns unto his own home and his people to remain for a while perhaps in private life. Edgefield welcomes with a crown of laurel the son who has done her such high honor. His late magnificent official message ranks his name with the very ablest and prodest of South Carolina's Governors. And the history of South Carolina, in this respect, is a lofty and heroic one. John C. Sheppard's ten years of public life will bear very close sern tiny. He has lived and served South Carolina through troublous tunes, with brave spirit, with clean hands, with an upright conscience, with dignity and influence for good, with a name wholly unspotted, with in. tegrity unsullied, with pati ioti;mn un. suspected. Ile has stood faithful to the Constitit ion, fait,h'ul to the State of South Carolina, ...

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. — 8 December 1886

'hus. o yNI , ; u *1; tlhrV to ih , 40 'C:; tV,, t" 3 eits ; e ul" 20) C n;) itu s.\(ti ll. \' 1-.a r L . . - 31. squtare the is eri , ! , K1liiarU for ch , bse. of solid bre'vie. tyt'e. Not ics in ha : .. for (la-:h Iuna r ir: , .- - - . at in(ch l ates', wo h' i 5 '?j1+tp A. rlasi tnal: i n . :"t:-i ve rtisemenvitsb" tyr h C .r'"'", i ,++'i1"x,)i 1s Ulonh Its. You ar- 1,nt .'e! t ; t it, tieu, " '1"o. I'v'I.i ,, ' r ' - rij.,i,H Pai l nUdvanc." ait tht.; .: 't- T'1tc, I kna 1 al year. We hace rr'(!,,i11 /l"u<h iti ..v and C'ourier to I tris u1.5 h stilicicnl nu ber of'Copics t:acil tre'k to yit"r. ""l. 4' . ..,u Cash sub.criber. FDITOit{AI NOTi. Thel( Prsdn'steiet C"n"rll, 1a worthy of the atithor. W' sltii spn' of it further in our n(xt.\(e ite bill otlri.d by i: ':r Sligl I reduce thel nultber of 'T'riai h- tieis f. Newberry ('outnty fromn thiittnI tto ti\ has it-t adv":antg s. W1hat i.< w:11:ltdi the fewest Lltlnht"r, tih r. be .t-wrvice anu ati a fair Salary. '1'ITerr. 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. — 8 December 1886

411 EVl;RY 1VIl)NES1)AY AT Explanations WaVnted. Evlron IE'OJs-rint: Your paper of the 2d instant contained the an nouncement that Mr. Sl3ioan. Ibtely a c le rk in th e ulicc -1 th e C 'i);1 'to r i f ' Internal l'.veue, l':i been d!is charged, ttnd Mr. "Jk Lit.t l e had been selected to till the v:ic,v. Mr. Sloan is a )em ocrat sla M1r. Little a notorious R,adical. Will You kindly explaitn to the white people of South Carol na why Mr. Sloan has been kickc out, in order to make place for Ia Radical ? Will you also explain why, Mr. A. M. Boozer is Chosel as Clerk of the Supreme Court when it is known, to all who care to know that during the eight years of negro dlomin :1 tion inl South Carolina he did 1 all he could to perpetuttel Radi- " cal rule here, and used his office as United States Commissioner to op press those brought before him for hearing. Will you kindly explain why, in these two instances at least., Itadicals and renegades are p)rov'ided for,] while white men (whose onl...

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. — 8 December 1886

Local and Special. itt$i$E,'te. Mr,. . MeJ. JI bargt b n1; .1r. Di . y4 ti -.. . 1' 1 -. - - - b a (Yer 11lollai .l 4 4r u ber--* (. Ci .*i' lt . I t i t - 1 4 hiost of fri' it' a . fo*r the thie saeine kin tI 'n- :. I tr'eatlie! thai it w:Y- 'u ' en- ' to rev -ive Ip liainl 4 i S i illtI t i t'tue' inmb; fIh ing tou fourltt ye .aier~ andi( ai , the depott lit lth arrivalc of ti Jit('rni on (f :I nrf- ay ' by a (numb'i - fhr'n. Ilt's-,e. atn fIt i.-e re toHo mon't Cin- t(te, :lii nth o 1he beautii whol i . t o w" ayi rte la ti i rib c for 1. 1WI e'. fA ane who t( inia hrei,vefily lOj E':mbroldory Pattorus, Stamped, at (lhapmnain's. A lrge supply of school books just receivedl at Caston & H1unt'e. 9-92 Stcretaries of societies call on J. W. Clhllaiuan for Record Books. 9-S 1:iluandsome Photo. and Autograph Al ,u! at Chaputai '. 2-17-tf S io: of Blank Books at J. W. . rit' the ilt el'Ls, as i1 ,Sle chea by a nt" NA-'a ,%w.t tt\\m the \ A . .. y 11. n%V Ya stN t ~e - i- i . S NOTIC...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 December 1886

VOL. XXII. ,{$: ^R r.W iNrRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMIERI 15, .188. - : ruinenern Jroi.tors. NO. 49 Reduction of Salaries and High 'Ta'xes. There is a bill before the General Assembly the object of which is ti reduce the salaries of various officers of the State, as well as the salaries of the Supreme and Circuit Court Judges. There is no one who is more anxious to see and have econ. omy in our State government than ourself, but, while this is the case. we like to see every man and officer paid what his work is really worth. There is such a thing as false econ omy and it appears to us that our law makers and reformers are about to fall into this error. Our Supreme and Circuit' Court Judges do not receive one dime more than they are entitled to. Should their pay be cut down the result will be that these high and responsible positions will be sou;ht, only by second and third rate ability. If we are to keep first class judges on the bench we must not cut down their pay. While we admit ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 December 1886

A. C. .JN N-, j;e-n Ei. W EDNiml>AY. -:.:,1 . "1; thr(< rli t hs 't0, :,(,'e l I ; v. ,.1'.1,1 - 85 <;:I t> ; (,11: rne(~ t II, 2' < , - : ' IopIY, S relats, pay,lai .e , .. SItMIn (JY A ,i';twrs' N' . -- 1 ' , l'fti(ll rl' h' fl i r i t-ill , :01' )In l. a. I,. I Se iti o i'a e bl- c 'pe' n! i a1A1 A ? all I: I e II.l he - w of .,I < r l r' 4or 4 e h l -elIol le feer nel ien 'II, C1;'.. Ati ilel xetil:ele It , peel e i a lc'1 e . eel. A -c' aMoeei llthe le'lilin. l iee e le : N (Jt(l ('li e Ili I r . - n' i - . }'u~ lt e' epslll -I lUe e le II. Ii e I .( -e!'.l twl I yl('ul,ll e111 I/ s e'1 , I e lee', ai' i n, 1 1 ir e I 1 l, II, lie .I . '' o,' . 1 1.' I., \('i t 'lI Il'elh1'," eI II'' IIii '' Il'', ' o e \ /1 l *D pitel. \l-t lIe!an et,rale *,1 u ,I/, IIee .\ el *Ilnel I ll'enner lee fe lu e u .hl Ine a - a h ee eellem A ,m c,p'.' r , 1. 1e 1. ! . I \lle~ e rl. i tIe et'. l,1ii eellI,,f 1 lIl/Illll " ..,l/le'ec' T1 I ie'f,1 l-l , 1 II of i : !. t m lee I . I ii...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 December 1886

Got It Intr Il;An Everiy ('ame. 1). A. Ifrawd ol, whOiale napor dealer of ChmattanooR'f Tennm., writes t lmuo iaS 90. h riously a ted with a tevero cold thatset tn'd on hi unR; had tried mnany remmedies' -ithout b nefitB eing induced to 'try Dr. V n), r'w Discovery for Consumnption, did to ai was entiroly 'oured by use of a few bottba.1 ioo whili tine ho has uased it Il his flu 1. for all Coughs and Colds with best results.) rhis ta the experience of thousands whose Ivel have been saved by this. Wonder. - fll Dlb*overy. Trial Bottles free at Cofleld & Lyon' Drug Store. 8.11. Frger Trade. 'The teduetion of internal rtvenuie and the taking oil' of revenue stamps from Pratprietary Medicines, no doubt has largely hentefitted the consumers, as well as relieving the b'lrten of home manufacturers. Espeelally la this the case with Green's August l7ower and Jjoschec's ocrman Syrup, as the reduction of thirty-six cents per dozo-n, has been added to inerease the size of the bottles contain...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 15 December 1886

Local and Special. Embro1dery Patterns, Stamped, at Clhapman'15. A large supply of chool books -inst teceived at Caston & Ilunt's. . 9-22 Secretaries of soci(tie.. call on J. W. Chapman for lRecord Books. 1-8 IIalldsoine Photo. :and Aitogr:lph Al buns at (1 ll inman,. :-l~ --if Splelid lot of Blan1k1IBook" iat .. W. Chlilnal's, and cheap too. Old Iron, taken from the Jail cells, as good a; new, for sale (ht": by tunll line School BoIok j'-1t from t be publishers at ('ha1 mu:nl'- hookr . bold at punblishers'l pricet". a Liverpool Salt, 200 potual sav-, at 2t. J. N. MA]TI1.\N c'0'S. Caston & IIunt Will give yoi the very lowest figures on text book-. Don't biiv til you set theni. 9-22 No rent, no (1rk hire e aible ' toe tl sell at bot"ton I)rices. 3-10-tf J. S. russi-:LL. A large sit>ply of gl:. ware nidt clockery ware ('heap tat 3-10-t.. . I u-:s. The 194-st. Swift & f oitt teli:tlay 'allorNa -. Coat's Spool Thlrt":tl, \l:a-onl'- lIt1akil Calnp bell'-: 'lIJIng l'ondel1r...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 22 December 1886

VOL. XXILI. 4 usNEWVBERRY, S3. C., WVEDNESD)AY, D)ECE M BERA 22, 183. A . on:>, rui r uni Jreopiictor. NO. 49 TIIIr COLUMBIA CANAL. Theo $itei,'rThe COStM and ugetiu;ctonst for Utillaig What has Been )one. The Canal, as originally construct ed for the purpose of flat boat navi gation, extended from Bull Sluico to a point near Old Granby, a distance of nearly five miles. The prosont work, enlarging and deepening the old Canal for the purpose of fur nishing a large volume of water for manufacturing purposes, commences at the foot of Gorvais street and has been extended through Comotory Hill, a distance of about one and one-third miles. This work has been partially completed, and but for tle freshet in May last would have been entirely completed, leaving the Canal yet to be completed to Bull Sluice. a distance of about one and two thirds miles from the present ter minus, near Cemetery Hill. Wlieii completed to Bull Sluice there imiust be built a stone dam across the Broad River over...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 22 December 1886

A. C. JONES, EDITORI. Xn?,err y, S. C. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 1886. Tlantu.-One year, $2; six month V1; three months, 50 cents ; two muont hs 85 cents ; one month, 20 cents ; 6ingk copy, 5 Centts, payttble in advance. TEiMS oF A VETISI N .--$1.00 p0 square the first insertion, and 50 ets. pt s nare for each snbseglnent insertion A slttare is the space of nine line: of solid brevier type. Notices In local columni 113. per Iinm for each insertion for one month, Ilonge at Inch rates, w;ith 2; per cent ahdd. A reasonable rednetion nde for tl" vert.Isetents by the three, six, or t w :nonths. You are entitled to a copy ot th<- 1icck'r News and Courier" rith this copy ' I Iletld(1 anlyd .e\'.s, it.,your cription i, traid in 1d'anc at th ra e o f T. 1'r .1i a:, a year. We hae arranged trith 1/e X" rr. and ( ourier to fuirnish us a suf '?ici<n rn her ofrcpies each twek to gire One to rrer"r cvsh snrbcerlhe.. The otlcec of the Editor of the lit-:. u.t AN) Ntws is now at the Nc her. Ilotcl,...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 22 December 1886

PUlILISIHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AT .'N'e?y, S. C. Master's Sales. STATE OF SOUTH CAlOLIN1 COUNTY OF NEWI'ERRY --I COMMON PLEAS. Silas Johnustonle, laster, vY. Ilt.at1 S. Lyles. Foreclosure. By order of the Cour1t hein-, dtt. Nov. 13th, i will sell at public ouater before the Court house at Newberry, c the first Monday in Jant,uary, 1887, a that lot of land lin the County and Sta aforesaid, containing One ilundred at Four Acres, more or less, and bound( by lands of J. F. Oxuer and estate John V. Lyles and others, as represen ed by a plat thereof to be exhibited c the day of sale. 'T'erms :--The pturchatser wwilI be r quired to Vay in cash one-half of ti purchase money and to securcn the bn ance, payable at twelve months, wit Interest from the day of sale, by a bor and 'mortgage of the premises, and i pay for papers. SILAS JOIINS'TONE, Master. Master's Ofice, 13th Nov., 188'1. STATE OF SOUTII CAROLIN, COUNTY OF NEWBElltY---1 COMMON PLEAS. Charles '. Simmons, vs. Addlie Mat and others. For...

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. — 22 December 1886

Local az& $rzci:). Embrctite"r v n. Vp S'c 41 1 C i'n4 *. f.Ie t tt t' .' N ' - ' - )....l" I. \ rI \'.I T | " - - - \; tr r I: . -- - (. i l. f - 7 .1 I I.' $1 . 0 .. 1 . .I ".n.l e E!car tFc Merry hr('I:rtmos) Lel3 , " r"( T' nlti;on of Christmas and Snt tri1s 1th luhearts i of tho children n.i t'pm u :1 lriglht page in tho lifo of W :l u' ho t' i rther on the road to old ? in4,;ti should 1e nl joyvonas seilmn. -Il .:)I!y rt -n1'tonsa. for Inalcin~ 11 S :n, for !tting into (te week Il i ,11'1 i"1: 1'.0 : us joissible'. T'hr" ]ry't. -I h" o 1. v ' nVt?t tt prepart'atit t:ion for of 's '-st-r:,t wil lhe crowd- '1 1t'm1!',r"b of somelt rlticle till '' t t r :th e tiht' folks it lone, " i:...t* '''t weekt we hav~1 een t ur t b.,1ar , . t 1 :uintitIes of rl' 1 h - r!: 1nmeh o(ml - hii A the time left to Al tirt'bh t, the imi1potr- h; .. th" h: r is where we can :Is i ._ -. ,1:1:1'tr t".' ptrt'::tent: forl i he UI \ , -ite to 'tenl for dil llti \ fo! . s 1 a re )( here'Vt t he bul 1...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 29 December 1886

rJ\ a A ~ VOL. IXXIII. it'J{$;9rs xicars P1KfANN1 l'~ BE , S. C., 11'.[:I)\' ,'AYt, DE( t'V 1 NI [ V8 : 1> ;. .V.'\. ii*4 uI ''.;r O4 "Why Not Close Up the Ranks?" In pursuing the conservative course he did when he entered upon his of fice, President Cleveland acted wise. ly. lie could not with safety have done otherwise. The first thing the new Democratic party had to face was popular distrust. For years the people had been told that a change of administration meant danger. For years they had been told that a Demo cratic administration would unsettle business, create panics, and bring the country into disorder. A change of political parties, it was constantly said, until the country half believed it, would be followed by radical changes of government policy, can gerous, experiments, and a general upheavel that would work disaster to business interests. The feelings of distrust thus created, without reason, perhaps, but still natural, kep1, the Democratic party out of power for y...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 29 December 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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