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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 October 1887

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. TERm.--One year, $1.50; six months 75e; three mouths, 50 cents; two months, 35 cents ; one month, 20 cents ; single copy, 5 cents, payable in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-$1.00 per square the Frst insertion, and 50 ets. per square for each subsequent insertion. f A square is the space of nine lines of solid brevier type. ~otiees in local column 12}c. per line for each insertion for one month, longer at inch rates, w:th 25 per cent added. A reasonable reduction made for ad vertisenentsby the three, six, or twelve .nonths. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1887. Several County Conventions have passed resolutions favoring the es tablishment of a separate agricultural college. * Charleston is making big prepara pr tions for her gala week the 31st of October and all who can should vis:t the city at this time, as they will no doubt find it pleasant to do so. We would like to know how our end of the Three C's, is comin...

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. — 13 October 1887

Local and Special. Captured. The negro who broke in the shoe shop of Peter Simmons some time in Septem-' ber and stole his watch and tools was captured about Saluda Oil Town on last Saturday ight and is now in J-il. Some of the arti,-les stolen have been recovered and the negro now confesses and proposes, if allowed, to re,turn all the articles and pay himself out. He is still in jail. Wright & J. W. Coppock have got a big stock and they are going to sell it or give it away. Mark this. tf. Every person should have a Bible, and now is the time to buy a fine Bible cheap. Call and examine our stock. H uT's BOOK STORE. Mixsionary Convention The Executive Committee of the Wo man's Home and Foreign Missionary So ciety of the Lutheran Synod of South Carolina met in Newberry last week. Their public meeting will be held at Pros perity Friday night November 4th, dur ing the ses-ion of synod at that place. Public addresses will be delivered by Prof. A. G. Voigt, Foreign Missions ; Drs. 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. — 13 October 1887

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Vi;W1BERRY, S. C. DECIDED BY A CENT. HIow Portland, Oregon Received Its Name In 1842. It may not be generally known j that the toss of a cent decided the ( name of the second largest city on g tie Pacifle coast, and that, too, not s> many years ago. It was in the ; summer of 1812, when immigration was pouring into Oregon. Two of1 the pioneers, A. L. Lovejoy and a man named Overton, while en route from Vancouver to Oregon City, s stepped ashore from their canoe at % the point where Portland now stands, t and having examined the topography of the surrounding country concluded at once that it was the most eligible t position for a town site. At some time during the ensuing winter they I returned, and commenced at once to clear off the land and maka prepara-] tions for the erection of a log cabin. Before they had carried out this 1 scheme Overton disposed of his in terest in the claim to a man named Pettygrove. who, in conjunction with Lovejoy, had the cla...

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. — 20 October 1887

KBenPRICE $1.50 A YEAR ESALSE N1865. NEBRY .C,THURSDAY, OCTOBER2,18._______ .IOVUS!ALISHi AND OI'FICE. Henry Watterson Tells Why He Would not be United states senator. From the LCuiscille Sunday Argus. Sin: I am not insensible to the confidence and honor implied by the suggestion of my name for the Unit ed States Senator, and, if I have fail. ed to respond to your nomination, it has been because of a belief that my opinions respecting holding office are so well known as to require no par. ticular repetition. It was not until my return to Kentucky, after a pro. tracted absence, that I learned of your continuous and most flattering urgency, and, Pince -our remarks call for an answer, it w3uid be uncourt eous to withhold, I wili say again. what I have often said in public and private, that there is no position within the gift of the government or the people the acceptance of which I would even consider. I had this question to decide when some years ago it presented itself more tangibly...

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. — 20 October 1887

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. TERMs.-One year, $1.50; six months 75c; three months, 50 cents; two months, 3.5 cents; one month, 20 cents ; single d copy, 5 cents, payable in advance. TEEMS OF ADVERTISING.-$1.00 per square the first insertion, and 50 cts. per square for each subsequent insertion. a 1 A square is the space of nine lines of solid brevier type. Notices in local column 12jc. per line for each insertion for one month, longer b at inch rates, w:th 25 percent added. A reasonable reduction made for ad- g vertisemnents by the three, six, or twelve no:ths. ELBERT H. AULL, P ro WM. P. HOUSEAL, S Proprietors. NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1887. a b "George Westinghouse, jr., the in ventor of the air-brake, is worth I $9,000,000. His is perhaps the largest ? fortune ever made out of wind." e Hon. Roseoe Conkling has been; i: employed by Gov. Lee of Virginia, .s to assist in the suits now pending in e that State against the State officials. The world renowned Jenny Lind, n -"the Sw...

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. — 20 October 1887

Local and Special. Found Dead. Coroner Bass held an inquest over the body of Ton Gallman on yesterday. Gallinan lived in Helena, and yesterday morning was found dead in his bed. There was no one in the hou-e with him but his little girl. The verdiet of the jury was that he died of heart di.ease. Oysters, Oysters. I have added a restaurant to my busi ness at the old stand of Wheeler Bros, On Main Street. Meals at all hours of the day. Oysters, Hain and Eggs, Fish and in fact every thing kept in a first class restaurant. Give ine a call-prices to stit the times. In my absence Mr Gary Coleman n ill see that you are properly served. tf. JOHN F. WHEELER. Cheap Excursion to Charlexon. The Charleston Gala Week will open on Oct. 31st. Everything is being done to make a trip there pleasant. Cheap rites of travel are offered. The follow ing are the rates for round trip from points on the C. & G. R. R.: Dyson, $4.00; Chappells, 3 90; Saluda, 3.80; Newberry, 3.60; Prosperity, 3.50; Poina ri...

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. — 20 October 1887

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NiWBERRY, S. C. KAFFIR CORN CULTURE. Ihe Experience of a Practical Farmer Over in Georgia. I am going to tell farmers what I know about Kaffir corn, as actual experience is the only thing worth talking about to the practical farmer. I read in a Liverpool paper the great success attained by an English farmer, who had lived in south Africa and brought the seed back to the "home farm" for trial. Not only of the amount-'ot nutriment as a fresh cut green food, but the nutriment properties of the bread made from the flour or meal. I had some diffi culty in getting seed, but after per sistent efforts succeeded. - The first week in April I had the ground pre pared by a thorough ploughing and cross ploughing, then had the rows run off four feet each way. Although the ground was a rich piece, I had-a generous amount of well-rotted stable manure put in each hill, excepting, perhaps, one-eighth of an acre; when the manure gave out, there was a lit, tle over one-half ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 October 1887

~AMO NEWBERRY, S. (., bII A, ())i PRICE$150AYEAR Fs~,XRiSHEI) IN 1865. THE FARMERS' COLLEGE. Figures Showing that Separate Agri tural Colleges are Better and Cheaper than Agricultural An nexes. "X" in News and Courier. "The College question agai' is the caption of an article appearing in the News and Courier of Septem ber 21. signed by "D." in which he appears to be well satisfied with his effort, and which, if not an awered by the friends of a "separate agricultural college," may have the effect 'desired by him. But we are not disposed to allow him to have it his own way so easily. '"D" is evi dently no tyro in logic, and when he lays down his propositions we are disposed to give him a fair chance to air himself. He asserts that the friends of a separate agricultnral college have not yet established either of the following propositions, which appear reasonable at first glance: 1st. "That the separate college is more beneficial to the farming in terest of the State than the depart m...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 October 1887

c". - ELBE RT H1. AULL, EDIToR. TERx.-One year, $1.50; six months 75c; three month-, 50 cents; two months, 35 cents; one month, 20 cents; single copy .5 cents, payable in advance. TERMS OF ADVERTISING.-$1.00 per square the first insertion, and 50 ets. per squard for each subsequent insertion. |S A siare is the space of nine lines of solid brevier type. hotices in local co.umn 12 c. per line for e:wh insertion for one month, longer at inch rates, w:th 25 per cent added. A reasonable reduction made for ad vertise.mentwsby the three, six, or twelve noiit hs. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM.-1 P. HUSEAL, Poreos EWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1887. Gov. J. B. Gordion, of Georgia, has gone to Ohio to discuss the polit ical situation with Governor Foraker of that State. The New York Herald thinks "there is too much politics to the square inch" in Congress to make it possible for the tariff reformers and the high tariff men to come to any agreement on their respective sides to get the ma...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 October 1887

Local and.Special. Stewards Meeting Of the Newberry Circuit will be held at the M. E. Circuit parsonage on next Tuesday, November 1, at 10 o'clock. Oysters, Oysters. I have added a restaurant to my busi ness at the old stand of Wheeler Bros , on Main Street. Meals at all hours of the day. Oysters. Ham and Eggs, Fish and in fact every thing kept in a first class restaurant. Give me a call-prices to svit the times. In my absence Mr Gary Coleman will see that you are properly served. tf. JOHN F. WHEELER. Pile Ointment. NEWBERRY, S. C., Oct. IS, '87. T,is is to certify that I sold the for mula for my Pile Salve to M.. W. E. Pelham, the Drugg'st, over a year ago, and that no one else is authom ized to -prepare it. I have used it in my prae tice for a qua-ter of a. century, and have never known it to fail in relieving and curing the most obstinate cases of Piles or Iiemorhoids. Mr. Peiham supplies it in jars at 50 cents. Full directions furnished with the Salve. Dr. P. B. RUFF. tf Not Dec...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 27 October 1887

IUBL1SHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NjiWBERRY, S. C. A %O%G OF "WORK. F. W. BATCHELDER. A charming tale was that of old, For lazy foiks by poets told. That 'tis Love that makes the world go round Round and round, With never a sound, Over and over, From Sydney to Dover, -.4 Here we go, there we go, till the brain reals; now -on our heads, and now on our heels; But we know it is not Love at all That keeps agoing this cosmic ball; For oh ! 'Tis Work that makes the world go round, And Love only oils the wheels ! Then prate no more of a '-primal curse ;" With Eden kept, things might have been worse ; .'or 'tis Work that makes the world go round! So day by day We'll work away, - Reaping and mowing, !Spinning and weaving and getting of meals, Forging and building and laying of keels: Slav.es and prisoners labor ; free men disdain A word so fraught with crime and pain:! Yet oh ! 'Tis hard to m.ake the world go round, If-Love do not oil the wheels ! What know they of rest who never work, But the dut...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 3 November 1887

ETBIHIIN1865. NEWB RRY, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMIBER3I87 TO BEAT THE TELEPHONE. A Perfected Machine that will Work a Revolution-Edison Tells the Stc" ry of His Invention and What He Hopes from It. NEW Yoni. October 21.-Thomas A. Edison has got the most wonder. ful laboratory on the face of the earth. He has erected at Llewellyn park, in Orange, N. J., three build ings of brick. Each is 100 feet long by 50 wide, and each has four stories. These buildings are being supplied with every known material which could possibly be made use of. Mr. Edison has been talking to a reporter of the Ezening Post, and has been telling some marvelous tales about his perfected phonograph. Hear him: "You know that I finished the first phonograph more than ten years ago. It remained more or less of a try. The germ of something wonderful was perfectly distinct, but I tried the impossible with it and when the elec tric light business assumed commer. cial importance I threw everything overboard for that. Never...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 3 November 1887

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. TERMS.-One year, $1.50; six months 75e; three months, 50 cents; two months, 35 cents ; one month, 20 cents ; single copy, 5 cents, payable in advance. TERMs oF ADVERTISING.-$1.00 per square the first insertion, and 50 cts. per square for each subsequent insertion. B& A square is the space of nine lines of solid brevier type. Wotices in local column 123c. per 'ine for each insertion for one month, longer at inch rates, w.h 25 per cent added. A reasonable reduction made for .d vertiseunents by the three, six, or twelve nonths. ELBERT H. AIILL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWiJERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1887. We are having charming weather for the "Gala Week" in Charleston, and no doubt Charleston will spare no pains to make the trip pleasant for the excursionists who visit there this week The Anarchist appeal case has been argued in the Supreme Court of the United States and a decision will be made to-day. Gen. B. F. Butler and J. Randolph Tucker made 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. — 3 November 1887

Local and Special. Scott & Bro. Next door to the post office, are pre- t pared to do all kinds of tin work, stove repairing, and roofing with neatness and 1 dispatch. S,!e their ad. In this paper. C. F. Jackson. Manager of the Columbia Cash Dry o Goods Store, is prepared to give extra bargains in his line, a, he sells strictly for the cai. On first of January next he will give away cash prizes to the largest purchas-r of dry goods from his y store between this and that time. We invite attention to his ad. in this paper. .li Oysters, Oysters. I have added a restnurant to my busi ness at the old stand of Wheeler Bros , on Main Street. Meals at all hours of 3 the day. Oysters, Ham and Eggs, Fish and in fact every thing kept in a tirst class restaurant. Give me a call-prices to suit the time=. In my absence Mr t, Gary Coleman will see that you are properly served. tf. JOHN F. WHEELER. :3 Public School Teachers. At the recent examination for teach ers for the free public schools ther...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 3 November 1887

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Ni WBERRY, S. C. E arion's New Enterprises. t - t Specil to the News and Courier. I COLmBIA, October 28.-The dec }aration of the Marion Cotton Mills , was filed in the office of the secretary o of State to-day. The names of those t desiring to form the corporation are n as follows: G. A. Norwood, R. Jor dan, E. H. Gasque. W. C. McMillan, i B. R. Mellins, J. M. Johnson. The z place of business of the company will a be at Marion. - The objects are to manufacture cotton fabrics, to handle, gin and purchase seed cotton, to manufacture } the several products of cotton seed and to conduct a gengral mercantile p T business in connection with the man- c ufacturing enterprises. The com. t pai.y also desire the privilege of p making brick and manufacturing b other materials needed about their v buildings. The capital stock of the I company will be $100,000, to be di- v vided into one thousand shares of fI $100 each. 1 Another declaration from Marion 5 was received ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 3 November 1887

NEB Y . II a ~! 0 -P.-,' A T,SU T IN 18 5 NEW BERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEM E R 3 187 TO BEAT THE TELEPHONE. A Perfected Machine that will Woik a Revolution-Edison Tells the Stc. ry of His Invention and What He Hopes from It. NEW YoR.K. October 21.-Thomas A. Edison has got the most wonder ful laboratory on the face of the earth. He has erected at Llewellyn park, in Orange, N. J., three Duild ings of brick. Each is 100 feet long by 50 wide, and each has four stories. These buildings are being supplied with every known material which could possibly be made use of. Mr. Edison has been talking to a - reporter of the Evening Post, and has been telling some marvelous tales about his perfected phonograph. Hear him: -You know that I finished the first phonograph more than ten years ago. =It remained more or less of a try. The germ of something wonderful was perfectly distinct, but I tried the impossible with it and when the elec tric light business assumed commer cial importance I threw eve...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 3 November 1887

ELBERT H. AU'LL, EDITOR. TEtM1.-One year, $1.50; six months 75c; three months, 50 cents; two months, 35 cents; one month, 20 cents; single copy, 5 cents, payable in advance. TERMs OF ADVFRTIsInG.-$1.00 per square the first insertion, and 50 ets. per square for each subsequent insertion. X A square is the space of nine lines of solid brevier type. Notices in local column 12fc. per line for each insertion for one month, longer at, inch rates, wLh 25 per cent added. A reasonable reduction made for ad ertisetnents by the three, six, or twelve nonths. ELBERT H. AULL, WM. P. HOUSEAL, Proprietors. NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1887. We are having charming weather for the "Gala Week" in Charleston, - and no doubt Charleston will spare 'no pains to make the trip pleasant for the excursionists who visit there this week. The Anarchist appeal case has been argued in the Supreme Court of the United States and a decision will be lde to-day. Gen. B. F. Butler and J. Randolph Tucker made the ar...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 10 November 1887

ESTABLISHED I ESTABISHE IN 865.NEWBERIRY, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1887. PRICE__$1.50_A_YEAR. THE REPUBLICAN LEAFLET. Tr ying to rass as Political Saints. New York Herald. The Republican State Committee has issued a leaflet containing a list of the great deeds done by the party, presumably unaided and alone. The following are, perhaps, the most con spicuous and brilliant: It subdued the Rebellion and saved the Union. It raised the nation from bank. ruptcy and secured for our public credit the faith of the financial world. It has practically given each citi zen a free home by securing the pub lic domain from the monopoly of cap ital. It has made competency a condi tion of appointment to office and fidelity to duty the tenure of holding it. Those are only samples of a large line of heroic measures which con stitute the republican demand for another lease of power. It will be seen ata casual glance that the party is composed of all the professional saints in a population of someth...

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