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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 2 February 1887

A. C, JONES, Eit ton, NMewberrn, S C. Wh1)NI RSAY, FIND, 2, 1887, Ou a Intitle(1 to a cOpy qt Ate Weeay Neres an.d Cbwrier eA ths eqpY of the net and News, if your subsoer)tie* is aitt in ttrenre at the aite of TFwo I)ollars a year. We try a rmged ed eA the New's and (mier to furnish t a sujtleient NNen ber ojcopies eCA week to gire one to erery cash subscrber, EtITORtl.A1, \OTEAt. The teacher's column was navoidably erow.i-.1 out last week. Our correspondents must send their letters so as to reach uts not later than Tuesday noon to insure insertlon that week. We agree with the writer of that por tion of the ''eacher's l)epartment which speaks of and advocates the using of books written by Southern men for the schools of the South. No greater mis take could be made than to feed the children of Southern parentage upon books written by Northern men, es pecially history. However fair they strive to express their ideas, there is al ways more or 1 -ss prejudiee in their writings. Tro rea...

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. — 2 February 1887

# p.Vny Q day cho8 t J:8 p . Mh tta0tj.)u. ~pi.lC *{0 Av_W.A. B. foMaoki, pastor. , tO .Ure "L. r ur erlntendent. S nK Wednesday at :15 p. in. ODi v. J. L. Stokes, pastor. , p by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:15 ut lysohool at 4 p. m., Mr. John W. ;+ H" lmbi, uperitendent. l'rayer, emeeting .SBTRIAN-Rev. E. P. MeOlintock. rvice next Sunday by the astor m. Sunday school at o:8 a. m., r. M. htsle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting ntabday at 7:1b p. in. - bllasionary Society ' W. +Udde .ta att p . . ower Prost t W. . T. U.-Tuesday At 5 p. m u.,Vie. O. Preslutont. PAt--Ieir. W. Il. lianekel, rector. 0 eVlCe by the rector every third Sunday at Sand.4:80 p. mo Lay reading by Mr. N. okat11 a. m. >> YTERIAN-lev. J. 8. Cozby pastor. gob ng by the pastor at I a. in. and 7:15 Sunday school at 8:30 p. in., Mr. W. E Superintendent. Prayer meeting ay-at 7.15 p. m. %j ge nts. Chippels--W. R. Reid. Vqughanville-C. A. Brooks. JaJapa-W. C; Sligb. Prosperity--Miss M. L. Whites. Q'$ all---Mrs. Jane ...

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. — 2 February 1887

P.73LIG0HED mw RY WEDN1.+DAY A'; The lute: -State Conunerce BM. 'he House will probably adopt the Inter-State Commerce bill to-day, and there is no reason to doubt that the President will siga it, and that it will thus be very soon a part of the law of the land. We observe a suggestion here and there that some railroad corporations will attempt to make the law odious by their manner of obeying it. We suppose the ingenuity of the railroad managers, aided by the ingenuity of highly paid lawyers, could contrive to inconvenience the public by their treatment of the law. But we advise railroad directors and managers not to do this. It will be a mistake, and it may turn out a very bad mistake for them. Our advice to the railroad corpo rations is to accept the measure in good faith, to carry it out loyally and give all its provisions a fair trial, and to show the public and Congress that they are ready to help cure the many abuses which undoubtedly ex ist in the transportation system 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 9 February 1887

ii A, el ij L F t 1 .CIt A.t - $2.00 P x x I. NN UM. ,TE3 N E W B E R R Y . . W NA F RY VOLw XXOII SITSCC0CIX MONTS. NEWV BEI,RY, S, C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY' 9, 1887. .> Our Federal Burdens. There can be but little doubt that the interests of the people of the c uu.ry is fully aroused to reform .i.honest substantial reform-in every branch of the government expendi" ture which can afford so'ne relief to the burdens of the people. That the egregious Federal taxa= tion'under which the people groan is consuming their substance, and along With the enormous monopolies of our day is, making the honest toil of the workers in vain Is too plain for doubt. The cry for cutting down the sur" plus in'the Treasury is but the begin. nigg of the end. The estimate or expeiiditures for the fiscal year, end. 1ng in.June 80th, 1887, reaches $340,. 000,000. This amounts to 85.60 to every man, woman and child in the country, besides the State, County, town and school taxes, which must be borne by the s...

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. — 9 February 1887

-I# %o yjbraer's~ e A Ak <'y 4f & qae.sA /I$ w.ivhil X\ fp nk: s : ktul In b/: vqw I 1 .' a 4t'1,iMin4 ~'i N. Th ali i ht'. tvwl go w g:i a, nb or pa,regts. T heti 4\ t si th, *Av.'Ni -w A, ',}<(,1eM, 1tl a% very ist"llso sa e .w . tllill The tabt s inot aseetie Swmty mii onn -, he tot te '::nde tolni i lua' k4 as 1ssua1 brm ttlil of i ' gtt 1 'u fheorarmet, The ?W.r,-aneur :t'o s n.i fo lh 't. \a1' 'ia,\t .i.ren W,, N 1", l i \t tt \ it\ tiht, i 't'Mr lLt''' eve r t man 11 an a:tl lihi t\ atlteli t1 thirt on n bn-ine ' Trhe 1?<.ca'er eS.ima.1t's that S,thtI 'arln a 1pays ah- ' ,S t\\1 lf the F r tal burn,.r :a t 1:1t tity tuilite th. e 1~tn~1 tlullart\ Al N0t\\1i '.'. Tho r,s e.. k b r ;:l: s m e a t he' ' t eio ple :.+ dem11.:ti honest subst:mtial torm iing e' ertbnuwh of thet t+.tvernmet.t ' e a r l gin tu." late l"taln lbi t 'T othip, Oh li,;.:< and -',i r ( to i intr ' shown inl the '. \, t.,1, 1 1 11 lte f rtvy thl n-:dll .rlk I i,p.. We havehbt ii: ing ; i. i;...

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. — 9 February 1887

Ocal -and S r cia1 n ti-ioev. A totcr, prgao.ig d t. 1 h: y. uayho 6 n. oQae"4:'O~. ta .,er. .+. .Cra,~j ' ,r orge B. Cromeor, Superintendent. m tHelinoetig Wednesday at 7:1g p. in. -. DT-ROV. J. L. 'Stokes. pastor. Pap no"nx ung by the pastor at la a. m. and 7:15 unday school at 4 p. i.. Sir. Joln WI. ap.nsr, Bupernntennent. Prayer uneoting ax uot p. to I5.TPsn.YT J.IAN-Rv. P. -pato. ctingr. reny co thathe pasto * pi, Superintendent. Prayer ineuting ~Omesday at? 7:b p. mn. Miqetonary Society d t ap. in., Mrs. 0. Mower, Pros: . T Sunav. Tuesday at p. in., Mrs. 0. " > :_;wer. President. Pso' .'AL-Rev. 1. II. Hanokel, rootor. v ce oy the rector every third SandNy at f.m. a d 4:0 p. in Lay reading by Mr. N. af<. _ ykat1 a. in. RESBYTIUtAN-ltov. J. S. Cosby pastor. Preaching by the pastor at I a. tn. and 7:15 .,in. Sunday school at 8:30 p. in., Mr. W. E elhan'i, Superintondont. P ray"er meeting Yednes4ay at 7.15 p. in. oue Agents. Chappelle-W. R. Reid. Vaughanvlle-C. A. Brooks. Ja...

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. — 9 February 1887

4ie l br ~ Ata~ iit uxRl+rtirt'w 't t ir.1 Ir *s "hi t"hir~ ?wc:t' thrit ttli tl ~ftitu \V'hsr .\Ktt;'W tt,t. 11p'1 i. . r 1 . '' *i i 1 r...** ?Nr fi t 3a rrtir .tti~ 1+ 41t* *. } Zo.O ttt 'bt- it't *P+ - ,b so i 1.~i i WAY. W6V All,~w' IA(18 - Ilk -. i t., i" 1*2at4 ^- 7aARQS A . FISw~UI IN THE AS~E$ 1hubt Nbfi i. Leb*non f4hnksw~ AlUT-tr rdent In tbo H[IS. ILlh~ Ianaon (New V il )) S Afe,T ~ !'~ a quiet coin ,nit, :cato fm tlho fret 41114~ Wq', urc ' dk.1 outside world. )jI. -ut' kitowii, how' fir\'~ xA~iitr : trt. honor and ~:vl4 %\ t tlut na iwt' {i{s..gm +t, wc' yds ih ,.o, x i?l uuklown ~; z~~ htH ~-~~1:~-. I of * 11 011Z~ 11 .tii ! _41; Y. f**I~J POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powdor oovor varios. A lnar,vo) p purity, atrougill and wholeaomnoes. Nor6 economical than the ordliary k inds, and can not beo sold in comnpottilon with the itntitld of low test short weight alum or phpliht o de.ot ny nQls OYAL 1AKtNO I'f\DBCo.. 0 W$a)) at. Y.1. l11l.1 JOB PRINTING. We will continuo tho...

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. — 16 February 1887

1r - t at L.... X I R s XIIr I.ur13 OTS NEW BERRY, S. 0., W EDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1887.A..JOE,Pblorad roito.N 7 The Grange E4caupment. The following letter will be sent to the Masters of the State Grancs of our sister States by our Grange COIAmissioners: Dear Sir and .Bro: The State Grange of South Caro. lina at its recent annual sessipn (2d and 8d Feb., 18 7) appointed the un dgrsigned as commissioners on its part to meet similar commissioners from the States of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina, to form and arrange a board 'of man= agement and supervision of the Inter. State Grange Encampment already agreed upor by these respective State Granges, through the masters of the same. Ample grounds with all needed buildings, railroad sidings, water facilities, etc., etc., have al. ready been contributed free of cost by the liberal and public spirited patrons and citizens of the enter. prising city and county of Spartan. burg. Direct and quick railroad transit has been secu...

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. — 16 February 1887

A. C. JONES. EDITOR. Xen'err r. S. C. WEIDNIESD AY, FEB. 16, 1887. You are e,ditl<d to a wpy o:f the Wei'm News anl Courier scith this copy of the lerald u'a Netrz, if your subscrip'tion is tiaid in adcance at the rot ,r Teo )ollars a year. We hare arranged tith the aers ond C'ourier to fairbish ,w a suflicientl mini ber of copi each r k t<. gi( oine t' rcrry cash ,ubItrribcr. - s:ITITOKIAL NOTm1. A Whitc Cros; Socie"t.r c.nhl do a good work in Newtierry. '"'tlouglits for tit tioughltful.'re well worth tueditatilng polI :aft(r tabc b,tl.j dI is 1/1"er. The1 cott.(nI ularke't .t P'rwpeIy muke:s the iest oi.QwiI,g of tiIy in hr htate for a tow\": of its size'. Ilpl )II ilr twente:C 1o(111 mih pro pcsof i )ong caslr(e: c i useLf 111s . Ti :e SaIvtion rIIA : ar ebin i g 11'ci!ig throutJthi i,il( ua . '';ar;anb}urg^. Gree(n1 1v:i. 2:I, ' ( L bb1: "I (: lvl : h Vc :l divi!io1.. Thil.ilt that ha- bi, g(in' : lxb :weR""' thelt .('gux<: !'irr,nme' 11nd New. (74. (11rIC' 1i. ll.ekiI-...

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. — 16 February 1887

books jtt l ye;t. atoni:Hunt'+i. 9-22 f ,Iear1os of soOletlen call on J. W pman for Reeord Books. 9-8 ad*omne Photo. anid Autograph Al at Chapman's. t-17-tf ]Attciid lot of Blank Books at J. W. pinan's, and cheap too. 0-8 ine School Books just fron the lors at "(hapman's book store. f'., , ,qltlt,publishers' prices. -8. nston & hunt will give you the very t ;?l os figures on text books. Don't buy ot see them. 9-22 W. Chapman can please the most gCotomlelhl buyer of Books ind Station e iry him. 9-8 a: For' blank bookg, compositioi and ex ercise.books, pocket memorandums and account books of all kinds, call on Cas ton & Hunt. 0-22 KC; Qaston- & I1uut keep the largest stock oti l an1d 1i6ly bibles, gospel hymits ..and all kind of song books In the city. Give them your order. 0-22 E.- P:- Roe's new book-"He Fell in Love with ills Wife," at CASTON & U UNT'S. If you wish a Writing Desk, Work ' ox, Odor Case, Dressing Case, Satchel, Scrap Book, Card Case, or any kind of Toy...

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. — 16 February 1887

PUBLISRRD EVERY WEDNsbAY AT NEWJ1RRY, S. C. ' Journalistio Jpring. (Augusta Chronicle) The people of Virginia and North Carolina are clamoring for the aboli tion of the war tax on tobacco, and the News and Courier says let them go out of the Democratic party, or words to that effect, if they are not willing to submit to this infamous and unjust war tax, rhe News and Courier is not a safe leader. We want the war tax repealed and we want Virginia and North Carolina in the Democratic column. We will will feel very lonesome about these States in the next Presidential elec tion. (News and Courier.) The Augusta Chronicle is not wil ling "to let Virginia slide." We have no desire that Virginia shall slide into the Republican party, if that is what is meant, but we had rather lose the electoral vote of Vir. ginia and North Carolina, too, than assent to legislation which is intrin sically wrong, as being contrary to the interests of the American people. We approach this subject, Mr. Chron. i...

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. — 23 February 1887

1 1 I "fASi 1\n I QI XIII. I;nT ?,oinANM EB 00tIS I8MNT NEWIERRIY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRIUARIY 23, 1887.,.C OE.Pbihr tdJrpitr O Att IMPORTANT DECISION OF THE STATH SUPREME COURT. Thb Jurisdiction of Trial Justices in Cases of Petit Larceny. HE ZNTWs AND COURIER BUitEAU, 101 MAIN ST., COLUMBIA, Feb. 16. } Quite a sensation was caused in the legal circle of Columbia to-day by the announcement that a decision hd .been filed in the Supreme Court that trial justices had no more juris 46iton.in cases of petty larceny any more than they had in cases of mur der. A representative of the Bureau acoertained that such a decision had been fled, and as it is of importance tpf very trial justice in the State, lie obt ted a copy of the document. Hereafter every person charged with petty larceny and brought before a trial justice will, if the evidence is Bumotent, be sent to jail to await trial lb the Court of General Sessions, un. less a,bond in given. The jails, of course, will- soon be overstock...

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. — 23 February 1887

A. C. JONES, EDITOD.. Xewberry. S. C. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 28, 1887. PERSBONAL. After mutual explanations relative i certain articles that appeared in our r spectivo newspapers last week, we hai each agreed to withdraw everything o fensive to the other in said articles ; ar the entente cordiale heretofore existin remains unbroken. A. C. JONFH, W. H1. WALLACE. TII1: TE1 fMEltANCE CA.l1PAIG: Mr. Edward Carswell, of Canada, hn been engaged by the Grand Division c the Sons of ''etnperane of this State t delive: a number of temperance lectutrc in onr prinlcipal cities and towns. i C. M. Douglas, Past Grand Worthy Pr trlarch of the State, accompanies ih emltui:t lectirer for the purpose of o gunizing new divisions and putting ne life lIt o the order. This might well 1 termed the begitnning of an aggressiv light for prohibition, which we belle% will sweep the State from east to we and north to 1.outh. 'Ihe people of t} State are ripe for it. All t.hat is lleelh are leaders whit e rnge to make t...

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. — 23 February 1887

~~ocai SpciaA1 r:-0btt , o reaehing d a n1tt a n.m. su 4- 0 p. a., Mr. J. U. Carw e, "lntendent. Priyerneeting Wednest ay Ae. A. B. MoMtaoktn, pastor. f a p ext sundts bytepso t1 m.9Il nd d P. "*8ndlay sdhoul at 8.80 p. I RQebte ,Oromer, Lu orintendent. itoDsr-lv. J 1. Stokes, pastor. the stor at 11 -a. n. and 7:15 Snday sohool at 4 p. m.. Bir. John W. uperutendent Prayer meeting PREtyraRIAN-Rev. E. P. McClintock. e next Sundaby the pastor nday school at 0:80 a. um., sir. t. Q 6lii, 8orintendent. Prayer tueeting q rieaday at -:16 lb m.' si-sonary Societ n a at $.-p; n., Mrs. 0. Blower Proei. U. Tuesday at b p. in., Mrs. 0. t " 1oWa'r~ Presllout:. 4?RIWoPAt.-Rev. W. II. lanokel, rector. 8veoythe rector every tiIrd 8undmy at 1 ha, . an ud 4er p. in Lay reading by Mr. N. BH.tiaeok at 11a. mn. PV289Taa1AX-tov. J. S. Comby pastor SPeac the pastor at I a. Mn. and 7:15 mr, unday school at 8:80 p. in., Mr. W. E ; " a Superlntendent. Irayer meeting WAdnesay at, 7.1s p. in. Embroidery Pattern...

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. — 23 February 1887

PUDI8UEO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT NEWBERRY, . C. Stick to the Farm. Had we the oar of every young farmer in' the Southern States, .we would say to him, and repeat it over and over again, "stick to the farm." Ennoble your calling. Educate yourself for it, and by judicious ex periments, close observations and un tiring labor and pains-taking, make it the source of mental improvement, pleasure and profit. When we say gducate yourself for it, we do not mean education in the schools and colleges, though we think- that. in these far more attention should be given,to the branches connected with agriculture. We mean that the young farmer should, by a judicious couoe of reading and thinking in the inter vals of labor, acquire the intelligence that is indispensable in his calling. Let him read attentively short ele. mentary works in geology, chemistry and plant physiology. The neces sary books can be got for not more than two dollars. Having laid the foundation in these, let him continue the course...

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. — 2 March 1887

v Ll t' 1 LL (t l, ty 1 ?s I1 . t. i.ll ) 5 i ) " 1 j t' , ) !' _ tv fr 1 r r_ . ti r y y . l..,i '", -I v ' tt ' t 7t r a > ' , '- r r ,. I r 1 '1t + tp u - I VOHXI.IATESI -00rORb1XANTS. NEWBERRY, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. A .JNS ulao t~Joroo..N.9 AN EARTHQUAKE IN EUROPE Nice Appears to be the Centre of DI turbanco. RoMEti, February 28.-Two shoe of earthquake were felt at Nice. at o'clock this morning, houses rooke walls gracked, and in some cas frail tenements were thrown to ti ground. The people rushed' fro their houses and fell upon their kne in the streets praying for deliveran from sudden deoath. Visitors to tl .city have become thoroughly frigi ened and are leaving the place. Many persons were injured by ti falling debris. Much alarm is fe lest there be a recurrence of ti shocks. The Prince of Wales, wl was in Nice a few days ago witnes lug the festivities which precede ti Lenten season, had taken his depa1 ure and was safe at Can ties. LONDON, February 28.-Furth di...

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. — 2 March 1887

A. C. JONES, EDITOR. Newerry. 8. C. VEDN ESDAY, MAR. 2. 1887. l;lDiTORt[AI1 NOTEI. ''ho Augusta Cironlclc's Charloston edition was I splendid exhibition of wi terpriso and visl. A few fines of $1,000 will go far to ward making prohibition a success in Atlanta. Alabama proposes to make gambling a felony. Soutlh Carolina might do the same without taking a step backward. The publisher and editor of the Ccn leutry announce a temporary suapen s1on, for lack of fnnds, with a circula tioii of eight thousand. We expect there are i good many subscribers in Nowberry who owe for their county Iaiper. We are indebted to Lieut. 0. B. Lyth gou and others of the Abbeville Rifles for a handsomely printed invitation to a 'mnilitary hop" in the Court House at Abbeville, S. C., on Thinsday evening, Mirtthl:1a. We wlsh then a pleasant time. Mr. Edward Atkinson's view of the economic sittiation as piblih.Ied in the New York Times is encouraging to Ius in the midst of the strikes that are going on at the ...

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. — 2 March 1887

U.,1 - cott , - ~. t ,". :~.u P. su" it, ;1to;, rietl'1 ,% t11a a .n i' 7i >tl ,. u , Sul t :80 p. n.m. Mr. J. 1I Carwc I t Ol epgt0t. _1 ysr moetthtg WVOcines le wAltev. A. It. MoMaok n, P}to n1110"it Stulday by th 't'or, atl ?F' 11iU7,3. nt. 'Sundiay. schoo at S3:80t 1, r oor Crower, ru norintonden r oettng Wetlnesdtay at 7:1.6 p. mn. i b-T Rov. J. L. Stokes, Piaeto t0hinQ p by the pastor at 11.t An. and 7: ;+ 1) unday school at 4 p. n., Mr. JohnI V plUan, Suporintendelit. 'rayr -t'"iwli1 It'1tIIYTERIAN--ROO..E. P. MloClintoel 61b3or:. Service next $unldl.y by the puytc 1 in 11. xiSundiav school at :30a. in., Mr ; r artil8', Supertntencdent. P'ray,-r menetit b(.htdist day tt 7:116 p. in. bliosionary tclctt" ajt' cnesday ,ut a p. in., 3Irs. C..hlower, Pros t V. 6. T. U. Tuesday at 5 pi. m., 1is. l hiwor. Pretsi tent. t'ICi.O'rae--Riev. W. 11. liatokel, i eto tvieO b)y ti rector every third 8 .ndy I ip. Mti 4:10 p. in Lay readting by Sr. itlsyuk at I1 a. 1n. { l+.;ks.; TJeulrAN-r...

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. — 2 March 1887

PUBLISHED EIVERY WEI)NESDAY AT NEr WBERjJjy RY*S C. The Columbia Regulators. It seems that the Salvation Army made itself unpopular in Colnmbia. Its speakers denouncing the regular clergy of the city, reflected on the conduct and morals of the women, and used language which it was thought would cause bad feeling be. tween the races. For these reasons, about one hundred of the young men of the city, we are told, went to a boarding house on Wednesday night, hustled the alleged evangelists out and escorted them to a depot, where they were put aboard a train with orders not to return on pain of tar and feathers. The affair is all very well as it re. sultel, but suppose this scurvy squad of alleged Salvationists had not been composed of cowards. Suppose it had contained one man who refused to be sent away, who stood on his rights as a citizen, and demanded to be tried and judged legally for his acts and words, who resisted violent. ly, as he had the legal right to do, the unauthorized la...

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. — 9 March 1887

J~~ ewberriN,j 8.J erIC.. RA E 12.00 PER ANNUM. --------------------- V.vu Kxuv .NJWBL+'R, S, C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH y----___ _-____ _.. A R C H ). RR7- 9 i11an ailkes a Seusa. tion. D. C., March 2"-In ,ort will be found a a wrangle between n, of South Carolina, eed and Long. The iled report of the war )rove of interest to the ders, Mr. Trigg, of mitted the conference private claim bill com ert If. Emery for the of an iron and steel 3ine for the United bill, as it passed the priated $200,000. This se reduced to $63,000. nee report fixed the 100,000. Mr. Springer report, and character. Im as iniquitous. Mr. f New Hampshire vig. nded it and contended im was a Just one. Mr. e to oppose the bill, and remarks created a great itement and confusion. "ed the claim as the most nd unjust one which had presented to Congress. d it would show that a rder to be successful, had , fraudulent and large divide, and to be pushed less, persistent audacity. said divide, he did not vide with coll'eagues, 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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