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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 7 March 1889

PUBLSHED VERY THURSDAY AT WBERRY, S. C. NATHAN AND HIS CONTINENT.". e of the Bright Paragraphs from Max O'Eel's Latest Book. MOSTLY COLONELS. e population of America is sixty ns-mostly colonels. earth issmall, Americais large, Americans are immense! xty millions!-all alive and ND YOUTH OF AMERICAN WOMEN. erican women generally enjoy .second youth which nature be co on numbers of French wo At4o they bloom out into a more c-beauty. The eyes retain theil and lustre, the skin does not e the hands, neck and arms r.e and white. It is true that in hair turns gray -early, but so detracting from the wornan's it gives her an air of distine is often positively an attrao %TRE INDEPENDENT MISS. liberty enjoyed by American nishes the English as much 'berty of the English girls sur the French. m the-age of 18 the American girl ed almost every liberty. She the others. She can travel alone, to ooncerts, and even to theatres, ed by a chaperone. 3s sipplied with pocket money, eh shespends at her own s...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 14 March 1889

ARLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889. PRICE ENT OF THE PEOPLE." Wiahea to M=1r a Demonstration obosofthe Ex-President, but he Coa'd Dot Stop. $ March 6.-Ex-Presi d Mrs. Cleveland left for New fij morning at 1U o'clock on a - train over the Baltimore and -road. They were accompanied Eolsm, ex-Postmaster-General - r2r3z kinson, and Colonel and - uaot and family. Ex-ecre-. Mnd'Mrs. Fairchild escorted them 'abfation, where they were met by of the retiring Cabinet ," pety was recognized by -the n he station, and Mr. Cleve cheered until he disappeared ople ofBaltinore were anxious r.'ethe ex-President and' Mrs. d stop over in that city to-day, number of prominent business S -Baltimore were desirous of their appreciation of Mr. d course as President by a sationin his favor as he passed But when Mr. Cleveland was of their intention, he said he so overworked of late that he not stop on his way to k. He added that he felt for the compliment. B IVAL IN NEW YORK. ORK, March ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 14 March 1889

- MM-IM -EL BT2HERL. AULL, EDITOR. ELIBIWIL~AULL,) WM P. H4USEAom IYEWBERRY, S. C, ra THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1889. Too CH LEGIsLATION. The Herald and News has contended for a long time that we had too much legislation in South Carolina, and for this reason we have thought it would be well to have biennial sessions of the Legislature. We are glad to see this question is receiving some attention. The Columbia Record has made a com parison of the number of acts passed for certain periods and the increase has been very much latterly. For ten years before the war one volume of 609 pages was large enough to contain all the acts. Now one Legislature can fill a volume of the same size. Much of this legislation is of a local and private nature. . Then at each session there are amendments upon top of amendments that one can scarcely know what is the law. The acts are hardly published before another session is held, and other amendments adopted. The last session of the Legislature, we believe, di...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 14 March 1889

Local an 'Soecial. Our Ams. Cant. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip tioae and take new ones atProsperity. b.r. T.. J. Wilson is authorized to do the f= = saa at Ridge .xad. The Newberry Musicale. lhe meeting of the Newberry Musi cale has been postponed to the 25th of M:h. Tne members are notified that the initiation fee at that time will be uparble. MRs. O. L. SCHUMPERT, 1 d Secretary and Treasurer. -: h is the time to buy something to reaiduring the summer. Miscellaneous bo s of all kinds are now being sold at : La Book Store at cost. tf The New Comeissioner. Hr. Os. Wells, the newly appointed Co rty Commissioner to fill out the un xpired term of Mr. Silas Walker, resyned, has completed his official bo:.i which has been approved and Mr. WO s has his commission. 'The bond - s frit $2,000. The following are his bor-ismen: J. Calvin Neel. D. A. Buni Jas. O. Meredith and J. L. Sease. Lucerne and Clover. Now is the best time to sow Lucerne and Clover; for fresh seed go to St. -S. P...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 14 March 1889

PUBLSHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NiEWBERRY, S. C. THE GREAT DAY OF DAYS. g-Seven Years from This to the Milen ninm, Says an English Prophet. :.su {New York Herald, 6th.) A--A 1csorts of religious notices have been 1shed in the Herald at one time or othir. But one that appeared in sterday's edition was at least a novel -n that the announcement was made a conierence of a peculiar sect was be held in the afternoon in a hall in on, Enland. ere other peculiar things ntit'is-:announcement, as will be ed by reading the notice itself. -itis entire: 5th dry of March-will not pass year without being observed by phetic students as t4e antici 'sianiversary of Christ's second 9n the air" on March 5, 1896, thisete deceased saints'and trans 44,000-watchful living-Christians ven without dying. This is dis from the fact that April 11, - shown to be the end of this age the.end of the 2,345 years from mmand to Nehemiah to rebuild in }:sssover Week, Nisan, B. and also as being the end of years (1,33 minus 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. — 21 March 1889

x l ' u'" _ d . ": '=F.. ' "y: +', , , ;. ,,r+ 1_" . -"r~! . -'r..c. ;r " .te*,aEC,T.x y; -a. .q .r . "-. .sc-7 ;'y ?"' - - i ,+Y'r,' I^' i {,.n ., ," n%u". . ' .- , yv; Y ,.:y , . ." 1 i , f v 4op ST THU SDAY, 12ARCH 21, 1889. to his daughter, revoking the pro Y si0n which made McDow his exec utor. OH ER STORY OF THE INQUEST. Swas. CHARLESTON, S. C., March 14.-The 2 m d . inquest in Captain Dawson's case began 4a;d sin and concluded this morning, Solicitor p ented Jervey, of the Judicial circuit, assisting at the examination. The proceedings, rv~h g fnotwithstanding the drenching rain, sbogrtI attracted a great crowd of spectators. , trol Four witnesses were examined. Police n Gordon, to whom Dr. McDow s1 sacxo heprisomer, surrendered, testified to he-w t fact and related the conversation ith the prisoner en route to the sta the u house. The only material state ,L'Carol! nt is that the prisoner admitted kill ',did not Capt. Dawson. The i W. Harper, the colored hackman, hing "fed th...

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 March 1889

br__ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOE. BELERT H. AULL,P _ WJ~. . HOUSE LS IEWBERRY,'S. C, THUPSDAY, MARCH 21, 1889. CHSISTIAN SYMPATHY. There is an editorial in Belford Magazine for March on "Vacant Pew adWorried Pulpits" that takes th osition that we are on the down grad as a nation. Itis claimed that we ar ,- fast getting into two classes, the ver; ich and the very poor. Not only i histhe ease in our large cities but als the rural districts, for statisticsshoi wtt while the farmers are increasini '' hernumber of farms is decreasing encea very large percentage of ou d p.. tlation is becoming tenants. Th - article quotes from ameeting of Protest autministers held in Chickering Hai Iast November, the following: "The population of New York Cit; for years been steadily and rapid; ncreasing, while at the same time th umber of churches has been relativel; "eereasing. In 1840 there was on otestant church to every 2,000 pee in 1880, one to 3,000; and in 1881 -netto 4,000." To this fearful state of af...

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 March 1889

Lo . l~ -SDecial. f <"Oar Asi. - apU B. Whites will receipt for subserip sand take new ones at Prosperity. - ifr:Kr. T. Wilson is authorized to do the seeesRidge Road. '"A LWl Of the Marriages in Newberry ? Ill be presented to the public later. .-it below you will find a List of beau t. iful bride's presents of which the Book w: ttore iscrowded. :eteeiEngravings, Oil P..iatings, '-s, Bronzes, Triplicate Mirror, i'_Pockets, Brackets, Fine Bible, Toilet Cases. We also have un a large assortment of Croquet ; Hammocks, Base Balls and Bats, "= r'tinS. Desks, Work Boxes, Box taoinery, Gold Peus, and Pencils, =Ba Books, Novels, Toy Books, Tab L' Writing Pads. We wish the ' y nn = couples much success in life, n may they get many beautiful from the Book Store.- tf. At theLatheran Church. On next Sunday morning at the Lutheran church the sermon will be preached by Rev. A. G. Voigt. At i t Dr. Holland will preach a ser moasepecially to the young men. The sa cordially invited to both ser Pr...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 21 March 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBEERY, S. C. AN OLD SONG RESUNG. [From the Chicago Daily News.] Miss Mary had, that is, she owned, A lamb of unknown gender; where she might, by day or night, hat cosset would attend 'er. When as she went to school one day ,,-_'The lamb went tagging after, ~'hh circus did throw every kid Into a fit of laughter. king the cosset out of doors, -& teacher spanked the friskers; 'I. bkin cried in the cold out ut the side, through its whis And the wind b r kers. -Then all the blistered children as What makes thelamb love her, sir?" My dears,"' said he, "it looks to me Like a case of vice versa." MORAL. "or from this story you shall learn That there isnary creature JThat is above the power of love, Sinless it be a a teacher. ._ . EUGENE FIELD. : .: BOWSER BUYS ANOTHER HORSE. -Wife Earns a New Spring Bonnet and the SubJect is Buried in Oblivion. [Detroit Free Press.] At three o'cock the other afternoon accidentally caught sight of Mr. Bow -r skulking about ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 28 March 1889

ET H U ESTABLISHED 1835. - NEWNBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MARCE 8 89 RIE$.0AYA A D'iHTER OFCHiEFJLSTICE FUL T.ER ELOPES. She is married to Mr. Aubery, of Chicago Tte Bride is N,neteen Years Old. . WAUKES, March 20.-Pauline, fifith daughter of Chief Justice Fuller, of t United States supreme court, elop- I with J. W. Aubery, of Chicago. and "-as married at the Kirby house her. ,ast night by a justice of the peace. T.:e couple arrived here at G.30 in the evening. About 9 o'clock the you.-g man informed the clerk of the hotr: that he desired the services of a )ust:c, and Justice Gregory was sent for, :,d the ceremony was then quick ]y p :,forined. Ti' justice did not know the bride was : he daughter of the chief justice of he . nited States, nor did aqy of those prem--t outside of the contracting par ties. The bride and groom passed the nigf at the Kirby house, and this moi u og took quarters at the Plank M. Aube.. nee I'uller, is nineteen eas old, handsome and higbly edu cated, and Mr. A...

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. — 28 March 1889

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. *ELBERT H. AULL, proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, p NE WBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1889. DISABLED CONFEDERATE SODDIERS. We publish under this head an arti cle from the New York Herald. The position of the Herald is very good, and we can see .no reason now why there should not be a fraternal spirit between the old soldiers who fought on oppo es in the late war. We are glad site I dly feeling exhibited by the to see a ka. ' wards the Confederate. Union soldiers... ctation that Con But we have no exr; to estab gress will appropriate I>u _ th for lish soldiers' homes in the Sot.. Confederates. It is a little strange to us that even a big paper like the Herald cannot sug gest a kind word about the Confed erate soldier without putting some thing in it all to mar the kindness and fraternity of the article. Why should the Herald talk about "design ing and mistaken leaders" in an article that was meant to establish and cement kindly feeling between the members of...

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. — 28 March 1889

Local and Special. Our Agents. (apt. U B. Whites will receipt forsubscrip tions and take new ones at Prosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the sa. ie at Ridge Road. Hot Supper. There will be an en:ertainment given by the ladies of the Methodist Church oniiext Friday evening, March 29th, at the store recently occupieu iy Mini te: & Jamieson, on lain Street. All are invited to spend a pleasanit e. ning, and help in a wor:hy cause. nice supper, consisting of roast pi,, turkey, chicken, salad, pickles, cak , lemonade, ice-cream, etc., will be served at reasonable rates. * Grand Millinery Oping. .iss Sue Smith, the tasteful and ac_ mplished Milliner at W. T. Tar ra's, is just back from the North, h> ing selected a beautiful stock of M . iinery, of which she will make a gr;-d display to the ladies on Thurs dr; and Friday, April 4th and 5th. Ea.dies, come, see and be convinced. It Madamoiselle Rhaa. This charing act.ess will appear at "ur Opera House to-night in Shakes pE...

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. — 28 March 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY, S. C. Teachers' Column. Teachecn MeetinD . * There may be no room for improve ment in some people, because they are already filled with egotism and self conceit. There is an admitted room for improvement, bowever, in him who is striving for something better. Every conscientious, hard working man can improve, and no class of men can improve more than teachers. It is not probable that a thorough knowledge of the art of teaching can be acquired by one who relies entirely upon his own experience. Experience is a great teacher, it is true, but that of others must be combined with our own that the best results may be obtained. We may gather some information from others by reading books a cational journals- but t -way to learn rs' institutes, ations &c. Here we can have erything impressed so n.uch more forcibly upon our minds. A man may read the speech of some celebrated speaker, but the facts will not be so forcibly impressed as if he had been pre...

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 April 1889

E8,w rnw ESTABLISHED 1805. KNEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, APIL.18.PIE$.0AYA THE UNKINDEST CUT OF ALL. "Offensive PartiNanship" not Alone a St ficient Cause for Removal. EFrom the New York Times.] WASHINGTOS, March 25.-Postma ter General Wanamaker has given o1 a bit of information concerning ti policy of the Administration as to ti removals of postmasters that has falIE like a wet blanket upon the Republica R Representatives and the local leade in'their districts. He has announc( that "offensive partisanship" will'n< in itself be considered as sufficient re son for dismissing a postmaster. Th announcement has a particularly d pressing effect upon the place-hunte and their backers, from the fact that s follows immediately upon an Act < the*Administration, which has bee hailed as a precedent "of exactly tt opposite policy. ' -As soon as 1 new Administratio had take rge of the Governmen rRep 'tative Payson went to wor re the removal of the postmast< at his home, Pontiac, Ill. The ...

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 April 1889

ELBERT EL AULL, EDITOR. :ELBERT H. AULL, ,ropiietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, ie NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1889. In his foreign appointments Pres dent Harrispn has been very mindfi of the editors. The following show how they have been remembered: Mr. Whitelaw Reid, of the Nei York Tribune, Minister to France, Mi John C. New, of the Indianapoli -' Journal, as Consul General at Londor Mr. Thorndyke Rice, of the Nort: + American Review, as Minister to Si Petersburg, Mr. John Hicks of th Oshkosh Northwestern, Minister t Peru, and Mr. Murat Holstead of th incinnati Commercial Gazette, Mini; ter to Berlin. The Greenville News of recent dat spoke what it termed some plain word to Greenville. There is much trnth~i; what our cotemporary says. and it i well said, and it might be well fo Newberry to ponder the truths thereii contained, hence we desire to giv o~min'nce to the article. Afte . speaking of what- some other town have done the article says: "Everybody is standing back waitin; for s...

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 April 1889

Local and Special. Our Agents. C'apt. U. B. Whites will receipt forsubscri: tions and take new ones at Prosperity. Sir. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do th same at Ridge Road. Yellow ilo Maize. Asmall supply just received and fo sale at the Corner Drug Store. Robert son & Gilder, Proprietors. 2t The Lecture Course. The lecture at the Lutheran Church on last Friday night was delivered by Rev. Prof. J. B. Fox, of Newberry College, on "Modern Spiritualism.' There was a good audience present an< the lecture was highly entertaining. The.next lecture on to-morrow, Fri day, night will be delivered by Rev. C P. Scott, pastor of the Baptist Church His subject is "Reverece for Place.' Remember onlyt nominal sum o tew cents is ged for admission, an< you will d the lecture entertaining .:andi uctive. At St. Lukes. We had the pleasure on last Sunday of.attending a meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society at St. Luke's church in this county. There was a very good audience present. Hon....

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 April 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Ni:WBERRP, S. C, ?Der Kicker Und Der Krank." [From the Boston Globe.] Der kicker vas von lively man, Who make a fuss vene'er he can Und raise der wind mit vordy fight, Ven efery dings vas not youst right. How people like to kick at him; But who vould keep der vorid in trim, If he discovered not a flaw, Und kicked on efryding he saw ? Und dere's dot krank, who's alvays wound Und helps to make der vorld turn round; His field of usefulness vas great, D'hough oft he lifts in low estate. Ven e'er der kicker has his say Der krank invents some petter vay; Der kicker kicks ven dings ain't right, Der krank prings petter dings to light. Und so der two go hand in hand, Und raise a.rumpus in der land; i r vorld gif dem no thanks, Il boom der kickers und der kranks. EMILE PICKHARDT. WORSHIP. !From the Washington Critic.] Wide open stood the church's doors, And hundreds crowded there, Bedecked in Sunday finery Because the day was fair. A stranger strolling by the place...

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 April 1889

nuthtmr eSHb tis. ESTABLISHE 1835. ______EWBENRRY,_S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. _____PRICE $1.50 A YEAR MODERN SPII;ITUALISM. A Lecture Delivered in the Lutheran Church at Newberry, S. C., by Prof. Jun'us B. Fox, A. M., March 29th, 1889. 4Publication requested Ly the Editoi and others.] On the night of the 31st of March, ,r 1848, in the village of Hydesville, in the State of New York, Spiritualism in its modern form first came into existence. Here lived a family named Fox-no lineal antecedents of mine as far as .I know-consisting of a father, mother and two daughters, Margaretta and Catherine, aged respectively twelve and nine. For some months they had been annoyed by repeated mysterious knockings in the walls and furniture of their cottage home. At last on the night of March 31st, the ' le girl, Kate or Catherine to notice that - Clhied to reply to any chaz by the members of the "Do as I do," she said, snap ~ping tier fingers, and instantly the sounds responded. "Count ten," sh...

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 April 1889

ELLRkT [I. A(ULL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, S NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSI)AY, APRIL 11, 1889. A COTTON FARMER. In conversation with one of our bes1 farmers a few days ago he remarkec that he was feeding corn that only cosl him ten cents a bushel, and the trans action by which he obtaiped the corr was a legitimate one too. He does no1 believe in raising corn, but raises in stead oats for his horse feed, and th( oats which he traded for the little cor that he wanted bushel for bushel hac only cost him ten cents a bushel t< raise. The gentleman to whom we refer is f small farmerr but one of the best in th< county. He always makes good crop but he says he does not believe it pays to raise corn. The food crop for the farmers of this section of country is the oat crop. It cost. less and is better fooc for horses. Some far' think it necessary t< and that the corn crop is f cheap one. We were surprised to hear this far mier of whom we speak say that he wa: a c...

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. — 11 April 1889

Local and Special. - Our Agents. Capt. U B. Whites will receipt for subscrip tions and take new ones at Prosperi ty. Mr. T. J. Wilkon is authorized to do the sarne at Ridge Road. Funeral Service. The funeral services of the little son' n of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bowers will be st held at their residence in 1lelena this le morning at ten o'clock. Int,nent at tE Rosemont Cemetery. The friends :nd h relatives of the family are invited to h attend. iteady for Business. 0 We are getting things in readiness and will be glad to supply your wants im our line, at reasonable prices. Call a and see us. BELH En, IIoeSEAL & K1 LER, bi 12ml. Drug~ists. a AL-out Pensions. t The County Board of Pension Ex- p amtiners will hold a meeting Saturday s of this week to examine applications R for Pensions of persons who have not P heretofore applied. This will be their tl: last meeting this year. If there are t any who have not yet applied and de in sire to do so, they had better bear this gi meeting in ...

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