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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 11 April 1889

Ui, n1I AU THhY lLIlDAY AT I WE12isY, S. C. Teacr'crs' Column. Never Lo:e self Content." S .:ry a::i rides a horse tha re: y wt him.'' An unfortu n ihwho caniot contro * l is certainly not the mii t : :' ' t (ontrol others. Sia person in whom man q: ao - -hould be centered. Th firt a: grc:test of these qualification is. ef c,nimand. It makes no differ eta': how lIarned a man may be, no hv. thvroughly he may understan( the b::n.ls he is to teach, if he i accustomked to letting his temper rui away with him, he is unfit for th school room. Calderwood tells us o a man who being we11 educatedentere< the schiool room as a teacher. Thi man was unfortunate in that he ha< an ungovernable temper. The conse quience was he failed completely t coImand the respect and obedience o his pupils, and. was forced to leave th pr;:iynnd to enter another it which lie was successful. We often fail to give children credi for much judgment as to a man's wort] or his fitness for a position. Let a cros n...

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. — 18 April 1889

tewberrH craW ew tvs. ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. PRICE $1.50 A YEAR VERMONT'S WHITE SLAVES. Why Secretary Proctor Lives in Marble Halls-A Pitiful Account of More American Labor. [New York World.) RUTLAND, VT., April 4.-"Thrift, thrift, Horatio !" About the well-kept home of War Secretary Redfield Proc tor is every sign of comfort and con venience. The house, a great Gothic one, sits on an eminence overlooking in a disdainful way the struggling, rock bound, eheerless village of Proctor, with its Proctor quarries, Proctor offices, Proctor mills,"IProctor stores, Proctor railroad, Proctor tenement houses and Proctor slaves. As far as the Governor can see when be stands on his lofty veranda the soil and its overworked, discontented people are his. Long flights of geps lead up from the roadway'an 'rk-a-day world at the Gover 0 t and meet a close shorn lp girt all around by a prim h w. Further down the slope the - s have grown to a lusty height and hide t...

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. — 18 April 1889

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, t proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBE RRY. S. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 1S. 1889. LET THE RAILROADS BE BUILT. The Supreme Court has filed the long looked for decision on the Act passed by the last Legislature declaring valid the township bonds which had been de clared invalid by the Court. The Court declares the validating Act constitu tional which makes the township bonds good. The Act provides- that no tax shall be paid on these, either interest or prin cipal, until the roads shall have been built in the townships that have voted the tax in aid of railroads. That will bE satisfactory to the majority of the peo ple, for very few will object to paying the tax, provided they could feel as sured that they would get the railroad! built. The Act does not provide frorx what date the interest on the bond shall begin, whether from the date o the in or when the road is built, bu WO' we are not to begin to pay tax until w get road. It may take another Act o th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 April 1889

Local and Special. Oar Aget. c.apt. U B. Whites will receipt for subscrip t ions and take new ones at Prosperity. .31r. T. .1. Wilson is authorized to do the same at Itidge Road. Funeral Notce. The relatives, iends and acquain tances are i uvited to attend the funeral services of _J's. John A. Clhn,,u:.n at the residence this afternoon at 't iock. Inter.ment at the Chapn n Lul:i grounds. The Newberry Firemuen. The Newberry F re engine company are makog application to couucil to ass!s, theni in the purchase of a uni fo: m for the company. We think it would be well for the town to assist in the purchase of the uniforms. The firemen are a very useful part of the town machinery and they do their work whea needed cheerfully and well and rece've no pay for their ser vices, and they should receive every encouragement. Eeady for Business. We are getting things in readiness and will be glad to supply your wants in our line, at reasonable prices. Call and see us. BELCHER, HOCSEAL & KIELER...

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. — 18 April 1889

PUBLISHED EVERY- THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY, S. C. From the Charleston News and Courier. PRIDE OF THE LUTHERANS. A Sketch of the Good Work of New berry College. A short time ago your correspon dent made a special visit to New berry College with a view to giving you an account more particularly of the business department recently added to the curriculum of the col lege. I have thought that in addi tion to this, and as a fit introductory, it would be a matter of interest to many of your readers to have a little history of the college from its organ. ization and the work it has accom plished. For several ye2 -s during the his tory of this State, since the war, col leges known as denominational were the only institutions of higher learn ing in the State, and they filled an important gap. Many of these have been struggling amidst meagre sup port, with no endowment-and poorly topaid faculties, yet withal they are still doing a good work, and form an important factor in the educational work in 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. — 25 April 1889

ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THITRSDAY, APR THE BOOERS OF THE PROMISED LAND. . Lively Times Looked For in Oklahoma. Thirty Thousand Boomers Already in Line-The War Department Antici pating Serious Troab3e. CHICAGO, April 18.-A dispatch from Wichita, Kansas, says: The first se riousaffray amongtheboomersoccurred yesteday, about ten miles North of Keowa. Two boomers claimed a cer tain quarter section, and one, named George Kramer, undertook to put the other, Charles Heidke, off the land. Both men drew revolvers and Kramer was shot and instantly killed. Heldke was shot through the groin and may die. Oklahoma Harry Hill, one of the oldest boomers in Kangpm- left for the Territory last Frida d has not since been heard He was expected to return'8 y, and his disappearance is ysterious. The last heard-of ' .a$ from Purcell. He left that village Sunday evening saying that he would ride over to Oklahoma City. Monday noon his dog was found shot throng the head. A reward of $600 has been ...

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. — 25 April 1889

TBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. .LBEBT IL AUL .Proprietors. NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. he people of South Carolina have - oreason to have the temperance ques a injected into politics. It is a anorai question and not a political one. bas been fortunately taken out of i o]ties by the. laws of the State. As Tae laws stands, license to sell spritu a, vinous or malt liquors, is confined incorporated cities, towns and -4 ages, and the citizens of those places here licenses are granted have pre -bed rules for voting for or against and can consequently free them elves from it if they desire to do so ' i*hout injecting the Question as some ~ desire to :do, into the political cam . The divine injuction is, "Be .ye temperate in all things." Some tim ago a paper in this State )m~ght a serious charge against Gen e Pryor, a former Brigadier General t e Confederate army-a charge cal eulated to destroy the fair name and a of a most honorable and accom . pUisbed gentleman; nay more, a charge g...

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. — 25 April 1889

Local and SDecial. Our Agnts. tionp and W.ke nea will receipt for subscrip Mr. T. J. Wison is at.ori to do the sane at Ridge Road. Well Boring. I have my well boring machine in a snu ng terra cotta pipe. Will sell apleid pair of mules at sinith's Stable. W. G. Ro;s, It. Newberry Hotel. The Next Lecture. The course of lectures will besumed in the Lutheran Church to-morrow (Friday)- night. Mr. Geo. B. Cromer will give us "I and Other People." < Admiission 10 cents. Change on the Laurens Railroad. A change of schedule on the Laurens railroad will be made next Monday. The train from Laurens will arrive at Newberry at #25 a. m.-fifteen m- C utes later than the present schedule- t and reach Columbia at 10.30 a. m. Re- f turning, it will leave Columbia at 2.24 p. M., and Newberry-at 4.45 p. m. ar- N riving at Laurens at 7.20 p. m. The a La freight will be discontinued, ] the train from Newberry to Laurens taking freight and passengers. t Easter Dyes ! Easter Dyes We are offering some be...

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. — 25 April 1889

'Pt BLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT Ni3'WBERRY, S. C. SAVED FEOM THE MELTING-POT. The Engraved Plates of Audubon's Book Found in Some Copper Scraps. [N. Y. World.] The high price of copper brought to "ight many queer utensils which have lain in the junk shops and store rooms for -years only to be chucked into the ihelting-pot when the French syndi eate bade made it worth while to hunt them out Lately the brass manufac turers and others who. use large quan tities of the metal have depended quite as much upon such supplies of scrap and junk copper as upon the bright new ingots of commerce. In a load which arrived recently at Ansonia were many hundreds of large, heavy copper plates, quite old but beautif ly engraved, whose literary and. hi ''c value was ,1str~pon the workmen through w ese hands they passed. Tb- e the original plates frmiridi Audubon's. book on the j'Birds of America" were printed, a work of which only a limited number were published and which sold for $1,000 a volume. The ;o...

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 May 1889

."Cw - a - t d'Z- - - -. -. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 2. 1889. PRICE $1.50 A AR ESTA LIS ED 865 __ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___ __ __ ___ ___ _ __ ___ __ ____ __ __* THE RUSH FOE"OKLAHOXA. The New Country Swarming with Inhab itants at Nightfanl-New Towns to Exist To-Morrow in the Wilderness of To day. LBy Telegraph to the N. Y. Herald.] ARKANSAS CITY, April 22, 1889. The long waiting-by no means pa tient-of the Oklahoma boomer is over, and to-night he is spread numerously all over the Territory, which until noon to-day was forbidden ground. His troubles are not over, by a great deal. He is likely to have lively and in some cases, perhaps, deadly experiences with shotgun and revolver, and in due course of time more or less business with lawyers and the courts, but on rA. the whole he is happier to the extent that any creature is who, having been held within unwelcome bounds, finds himself at last released. It has been evident since the cer tainty was established that Oklahoma -opened to...

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

ELBERT U. AULL, EDITOR. LRERT H. AUL; Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, MAY Z, 1889. NOT DEAD NOR ASLEEP. Let every Democrat take courage Things maj be bad in this State, so fa as Federal offices are concerned, for th next four years, but they cannot be a bad as they were during the reign o terror from 1868 to 1877. Keep tha time, when ignorance and rascality backed up by Federal bayonets, reigne< supreme here, ever in your mind, an< let it be resolved by all that such shal never be the case again so far as ou State Government is concerned. Thi can only be accomplished by keepin= up the touch of the elbow and prevent ing desertion from our ranks, ostracis any and every man who seils his birth right for a mess of pottage. Thant God, this is a privilege that no cour can take away. The probability is that we are to hav a negro postmaster appointed for New berry. Whether he can give bond re mains to be seen. Surely no whit man will be his bondsman. Four year h...

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 May 1889

Local and Special. Our Agent. Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt forsubscrii tions and take new ones at Prosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do th same at Ridge Road. Firemen's Picnic. The picnic of the Excelsior Fire Con: pany will come off May 30th. The Lat rens fire company has aec'ptcd th invitation to be present. The pieni will probably be held in Major JouV grove. Ex-Governor Sheppard, of Edgefield has accepted an invitation to deliver a address at the celebratioi. Easter Dyes ! Easter Dyes! We are offering some beautiful Dye for Easter at Pelham's Drug store, colors for 5c-also the Diamond Easte Dyes, each package entitling purchas to Easter Card free. Call and see thes beautiful Dyes at Pelham's Drug Store Remember that Wright & J. W. Col pock give a discount of ten per cen from regular prices on all cash sales. ti The Post Office. The Charleston World of Tuesda contained the following: WASHINGTON, April 29.-The ap pointment ofa postmaster at Newberry South Carolin...

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 May 1889

IUBLISHED EVER YTIIURSDAY AT NEWBERRY, S. C. Old, But Worth Repeating. How much a man is like his shoes ! For instance, both a soul may lose ; Both have been tanned ; both are made tight By cobblers ; both get left and right. Both need a mate to be complete ; And both are made to go on feet. ,r. They both need heeling '; oft are sold, And both in time will turn to mould. With shoes, the last is first ; with men, The first shall be the last ; and when The shoes wear out they're men dead, too ! They both are tread upon, and both Will tread on others, nothing loth. Both have their ties, and both incline, When polished, in the world to shine; And both peg out. Now, would you choose, To be a man or be his shoes?-Ex. A CONFEDERATE GIRL'S SOCKS. Romantic Incidents Common to Both Sids of the Line. In the winter of 1863, while in quar ters, the Thirty-ninth Georgia regiment drew some clothing and socks. Most of the clothing of the Confederate sol diers came from the looms and needles of the ...

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 May 1889

STABL.IH -18B C., . TUSA MA 9.^1889 PRC .50 A YEAR .~ 1 ESTABLISHED 1835. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY9.18.PIE$50AYR FOUR, FOUR, FOUR YEARS MORE. Grover Cleveland's Place in the Centen nial Pageant-The President as Was is Greater than the President as Is. (From the New York Times, Editorial.] Mr. Cleveland has played a very modest part in the ceremonies of the Centennial, and has assumed it with entire modesty, but he cannot but feel that there is a strong feeling of affec tionate admiration for him in the hearts of the people. The cheers that have greeted him wherever ne has been called to appear have been cordial and spontaneous, and at the banquet last evening the enthusiasm that broke 'forth when he arose was more general and emphatic than that which greeted any other of the eminent men present. His speech in response to the toast Our People" was marked by his char acteristic sobriety and elevation of th nd was a manly expression foun ~nfdene in popular government. If his rece...

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 May 1889

Ar A ELBERT R. AU'LL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, 5 NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. A\OTHEIt MILL COMING TO THE COTTON. The future of the South is beyond comprehension-every day new enter prises are springing up and new de velopments are taking place. The last move is a cotton mill being moved from somewhere in Massachusetts tc Spartanburg. This is sensible, it is business. It is better to manufacture the cotton where made than to pay all sorts of expenses and freights to get it to the mills. The Northern mills musi all sooner or later make this move and unless they do so they cannot competE with those who do, and with the nem mills springing and to spring up. There is in the South thousands of water power yet unused, undeveloped which will come in; water power is no1 the only power. Steam, however,ostaf little more to run and yet it has ad , vantages not always possessed b3 water.. It has this-with steam a mil can be ~ located with a view to health f...

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 May 1889

PUBLISHED EVXER YTLIURSDAY AT NEWIEIRY, S. C. The Confederate Dead. BY COL. THEODORE O'HARA. [The following lines are unsurpassed any}.hing of their kind in the English language. They are touching, beau tiful, eloquent and grand. One of the stanzas now adorns a monument in a Boston cemetery-yes, even in culti vated, conceited Boston, where they boast of their Longfellows, and Hol mes', and look with contempt upon all American literature that does not have its birth in Massachusetts. The au thor, a gallant soldier poet of the C. S. A., is now dead. He was on General Breekinridge's staff.] The muffied drum's sad roll has beat The soldier's last tattoo ; No more on. life's parade shall meet. The brave and daring few ; On Fame's eternal camping ground Their silent tents are spread, And Iory guards with solemn round e- Tness,convi The bivouac of une ar.. No answer to the foe's advance Now swells upon the wind ; No troubled thought at midnigh haunts, Of loved ones left behind ; No vision ...

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 May 1889

ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, Pp WM. P. HOUSEAL, 5 NE WBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. ANOTHER MILL COMING TO THE COTTON. The future of the South is beyo comprehension-every lay new ent prises are springing up ai-d new velopments are taking place. The 1; move is a cotton mill being niov from somewhere in Massachusetts Spartanburg. This is sensible, it business. It is better to manufactt the cotton where made than to pay ; sorts of expenses and freights to get to the mills. The Northern mills mu all sooner or later make this move a unless they do so they cannot compe with those who do, and with the ne mills springing and to spring u There is in the South thousands water power yet unused, undevelope which will come in; water power is n the only power. Steam, however,cost little more to run and yet it has a vantages not always possessed b The bivouaco Iv d.1hte. No answer to the foe's advance Now swells upon the wind; No troubled thought at midnight haunts, Of loved ones ...

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 May 1889

)r A ISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. -PRICE $1.50 A YEAR service ci { - - - - - - Dr. Sloan will also preach at t union service in that church on Sun day night. Profesorip Accepted. The authorities of Thiel College, Greenville, Pa., have offered strong inducements to Prof. A. G. Voigt, of Newberry College, to take the chair of German in that institution. Prof. Voigt has accepted the call, and willleave Newberry College at the close of the present session. Visitor, Thoroughbred Stallion, will make the season at S. M. Duncan's and at Floyd's stables. For pedigree, terms, etc., apply at Floyd's Stables. It A List of the Marriages in Newberry Will be presented to the public later. Bit below you will find a list of beau tiful bride's presents of which the Book 'Store is crowded. Fine Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, Pastells, Bronzes, Triplicate Mirrors, ts, Brackets, Fine Bibles. and Toilet Cases. We also have on hand a large assortment of Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Ba...

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 May 1889

ESTABLISHED -186 5,_ 1 Y NEWBERAY, SY -,~ n . &nu wsurQN AS CIVIL SERVICE COM]IISSIONER. An Agreeable Surprise to the Appointee. [Special to the News ond Courier.] WASHIEGTON, May 8.-It must be very gratifying to South Carolinians to know that Ex-Governor Thompson's appointment as a member of the civil service commission is approved gen erally by Republicans as well as Dem ocrats. His popularity in this city is so well established and his acquain tance with public men so large and also agreeable that the Presidez t is warmly commended for reinstating him in the public service. Mr. Thompson returned to Washington this morning from For tress Monroe and was overwhelmed with congratulations. He went down to the rooms of the commission to-day l ing for Mr. Lyman, who for sev ths has been the commission. was away from the office 4~hompson was wel comed to his newoffice by Mr. Doyle, the secretary of the commission. Mr. Thompson had not yet received his commission. "I returned to the 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. — 16 May 1889

EB . E ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AUL, Proprieo. WM. P. HOUSEAL, i P etors. NE WBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1839. OFFICE HOLDING IS DEMORALIZING. There is nothing so demoralizing to a man as the holding ofan office of profit. He comes to imagine that the office is his, and if any one else offers for it he feels that his rights are being interfered with. In addition to this the office holder becomes a dependent creature ; comes to feel that he cannot live with out. It, his usefulness outside is conse quently destroyed. Once he gits it, he lives in dread of losing it. To see any man in this condition is deplorable in the extreme. A dependent creature with no self reliance, without ambition other than to hold his office and draw the pay, he is to be pitied. We some times see them not satified with one of fice but pushing for two, three or more. Young man, shun being placed in this position. Aim higher,aim to accomplish a good name and independence in some of the avocations of...

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