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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 4 July 1889

Local and Suecial. Our AgentR. Capt. 11. B. W bitewil re or tri tions and take new oi, -'ipt Iortcr Mr. T. ,W. \ie~ at P'rosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorizc.i j u do the saime at Ridge Road. Court. The Court of Gencral 'essiona will eonvene here next Monday with Judge T. B. Frazer, presiding. There is a pretty full criminal docket for this time, embracing nearly all the offences in the catalogue of crime. We believe there is no murder case. There are thirteen prisoners in jail awaiting trial and quite a number are out on bail. A Notable Lecturer. Rev. A. Coke Smith will deliver a lecture for the benefit of the Methodist Parsonage on Thursday night, July 11. Subject--"The Model Match." Dr Smith needs no introduction to the Newberry public, and his lectute will no doubt be intensively interesting. Tickets will be on sale at the Book store, and at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store. Price of admission 25 cents. TRY IT, WHAT? "T." Five cents, at )ru, Store opposite Postoffice. B. ...

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 July 1889

i EL I . C. CIT1 'E l.. Risk. .ne1unteret! by People on the street .r ithe M)e:ropi>= e. l_ \v Siatlilenit of tie 'riiis a wavaihrr in tiet. street o f New York encunt llers : is "iven1 by ite Al ,a Iy Lr .I",; ,;:nI, and un11de(.1 a Iiun,ru)i1' covr the Vlriter tells somtle fi:rCible' truths4. Thul 1!4 ath r lescribiii. Ii. (tlae'"r ilcidtllts to wilter. l" sas: - 'Instead lf SiIOVl)ii1i.. iiler(e" Is ite i tfl ;e- i ui,1ance;t. mlaiimalied by Smll: boys', w11ith1ut pay\. inl im11tat i(on :iiger han1 : i >sle alaited tt Taalst 1 the"lt1 judgs. 11nsteadl of 'oaL'ting or 'bobbing,' there is the swift and stealthy bicycle, as deadly as the ancinnt wa' chariot, rniining people (O\wn,. or at least Calus.ig tilie ter' \ots man tl junp to 1one1' side like a1 tarantula. Theien a school of sweet little girls on roller skatts sweep do n upon u1s. iaking it iangero(u' to turn either w'a and COltlpel in hg us to St an i still aind ste ourl'sal'?atlIn. ()ur telt-1l)I''s coUal hole is open...

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 July 1889

e tlbem r ea a ti. sTAB1s 1.EWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1889. __ PIOE 1.50A YER WHAT KIND OF A STONE IS A MAi STONE. .a Important Incidental Disfovery.Hjo,v the Human System Acquires Tolerance for Certain Poisons-Snake Poisons -Leprosy-The Hygienic Con gress, Etc., Etc. [New York Herald.] Missouri has recently had a sensatior about mad dogs and the madstone, au it is reported that a man voluntaril exposed his arm to be bitten by a dog which certainly had hydrophobia, and he was bitten. Men have done as foolhardy and desperate be fore to prove their favorite theories, and Ihis appears to have been done to prove .that the so-called "madstone" is a per feet antidote to the poison that con mly goeawith the bite of a rabid dog . f the man was bitten as reported, if the m upon the bite, and i then the man does not die it will be ac as a demonstration of the sue eess of the madstone by,those who be lieve in the stone. This is a fallacy, a bowever, because every one bitten by a id do...

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 July 1889

LL ,'... i . A LL, Eiri:. E LBRT H AU L,Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, NEWBERRY. S. C. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1889. We publish this week a short edito --rial from the News anl Courier in which it is said that a refinery for working the crude cotton seed oil is wanted in this State. That is what The Herald and News claimed and advo cated several weeks ago, when the sub ject of building a mill at this place was discussed. We were informed that all the refineries in this country were either owned or controlled by the trusts, and it seemed to us rather, queer that these other mills and smaller mills that were not in the trust, and others: that do not want to enter the trust, did not unite and build a refinery of their own and then they conld be independent of the trusts. That is what we want, and the time to build it is now, before all the mills that have been built were either built by it or are now controlled by it. Then let these other mills that are out of the trust go to work and build a...

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 July 1889

Local and Speciaj. Our Agen-t. U. B. Whites wll receipt for subscrip. rions and take new ones at Prosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the Ssame at Ridge Road. yGOLDEN BELL, BEST 5e. CIGA R IN' TOWN, tAt Belcher, Houseal & Kibcer's, Drug -Store. C. N. &L. R. R. Geo. S. Mower and M. A. Carlisle, Esqrs., of Newberry, and H.C. MIose Iey, A. H. Kohn, W. A. Moseley and . S. Bowers, of Prosperity, attended ameeting of the stockholders of the N.& L. .R in Columbia on Tues-j 1ay. :Nth4n o-importance was done and the meeting adjourned to meet next Tuesday, July 16, when a Board - of Directors will be elected. Bromine-Arsenic Water. This far-famed Mineral r;Vater,-for rheumatism, nala ria, blood disease, etc., is for :sale at Pelham's Drug Store, - .~Sole Agent for Newberry. Dry Goods Store for Rent. The store occupied by M. S. Fpstin ,_is for rent. Possession given 1st Sep tember. Apply to B. F. Goggans. tf Steam Engine for Sale. ?A first-class Ten (10) Horse Frick ogi...

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. — 11 July 1889

'L BLIHEl) 1"LRY THURSDAT AT NIEWBERRY, S. C. XETALS MOIE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. The Rarest and Costilest of all it Galiumn at $3,250 an Onnce. Fully ninety-nine persons in every hundred, if asked to name the most precious metals, would mention gold as first. Platinum as second, and silver as third. If asked to name others, a few might add nickel, and a very few alum inum to the list. Let us see how near to the truth they would be. Gold is worth about $240 per pound, troy; platinum $130, and silver about $12. Nickle would be quoted at about 60 cents. and pure al umnium S or $9 to the troy pound. We will now compare these prices with those of the rarer and less well-known of the metals. To take them in. alphabetical order, barium sells for $975 a pound, when it is sold at all, and calcium is worth $1,800 a pound. Cerium is a shade higher-its cost is $160 an ounce, or $1,920 a pound. These begin to look like fabul ous prices, but they do not reach the highest point: chromium brings $200,...

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 July 1889

--- W N- - ,Lv TABLISHED 18U5. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1889. 0OHNBTOWN NUMBER TWO. iMwster sot to be Compared with the :oror ir Feansylvania, but Mils and en Washed Away and e. Je.3. - ives were Lost. ?ENP YeRK; July 10.-A special from Johnstown, N. Y., says: The water ' h came up over this village last aigh has subsided greatly this morn rg bt has left-sceues of desolation in every direction. The water rose fif teeq feetand over, and flooded every hlig.tha now fallen about eight feet b o v'is highest point. THE DROWNED AND MISSING. ~ Ten persons are reported missing. The bodies of four have been recover ed. Theeoiur are all Johnstown peo ple. Those whose bodies are recovered are Charles Frear and two other men wn as Soadely and Yost and a n-year-old boy named Tread . The drowned and missing peo were among a crowd of from thirty ifty persons who stood on the stone ge crossing the river at Perry street ng the rising waters. They seemed regardless of the danger until the b...

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 July 1889

ELBERT H. A ULL, Proprietors. WM. P. IHOUSEAL, N EWBE RRY. S. C7, TrHURSD)AY, JULY 18, 1M Mr. A A. Uldham, one of the editor ' ial writers of the Charleston World has reAigned his position on that paper to take charge o. a daily at I)uriam, North Carolina. Hadji HLseii ("hooly Khan, th" Persian minister to the U'nited States, has gone back home as fast as he can. He didn't like the way the re porters poked fun at the Shah. I c take the iollowii'g from the Greenville News. There is nothing like making use of our formerly unde veloped resources and the day may not be far distant when we will be able to use the now useless articles mentioned by our contemporary. '1'his isa utilita r!an age: "Augusta is to have a gas factory to utilize the beautiful sand of which there is a deposit in that neighborhood one hundred feet deep extending over an area of some hundreds of square miles. Thus are our resources being developed. We have found uses for our cotton seed, our pine straw, our lowland ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 18 July 1889

0oca1 and Special. 2 Our Axents. . Whites will receipt for suiscrip. take new ones at Prosperity. T. Wilson is authorized to do the - Road. BELL, BET c. CIGAR IN TOWN, er, Houseal & Kibler's, Drug Ua , Ulon Service be conducted at the Methodist ge1.tSnuday night by the Cozby. These union services ul. They lead from the exclu to the social and *le of the Chureh. They us. rom the abstract in divine the concret? in thought and Latheaa- Sunday-School. last Sunday at the Newberry a Sunday-school the following were elected for the ensuing r Superintendent, Geo. B. Cromer; t Superintendent, Wm. P. Secretary, Wm. Johnson; and Treasurer, D. B. Wheel Asistant Librarians, Robert Kibler ;James Wells. Dry Goods Store for Rent. stort.occupied by M. S. Epstin Possession given 1st Sep Apply to B. F. Goggans. tf A Word of Warning. thoughtful and free use of disinfec by every household will nininize ehances of fevers--Chloride Lime, Carbolic Accid, Copperas, &c., be had at close prices of Pel...

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. — 18 July 1889

-Vl 1.lE1Y 'URB'IDAY Al Vi;WBERR1Y, S. C. TIE SOTH POLE1 wrt we 1;now about the $e K End "f the Earth. [From ('assell's Fandily Maazine.] The golden age of Antarctic dis covery arrived when ctptailn. after wards Sir James llss was dis patched from Englald in 1840 to fix the position of tVe South muag netic pole, and any other position he could discover on the way there. Before Ross could reach the scene of his labors other explorers, In glish, French and A ierican, were busy forestalling him. Of these the frst was the Eng lishman, ,Balleny. who, sailing in Enderby's ship, the Eliza Scott, discovered in 1S39 the islands which bear his naue, and which lie almost under the Antartic circle, and almost due south from New Zealand. Balleny could not land on the islands, but he made sure of their existence, and afterward, sailing far as to the westward, lie saw many more signs of land, and suspected the existence of much which he could certainly vouch for. What Balleny thought he saw was yI...

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 July 1889

s2 =7 iiNf. 544 t;i tewberr tern ESTABLISHED 18U5 NEWBERRY, S. C.. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1889. PRICE $1.50 A_YEAR BILL ARP GETS HIS BREAKFAST. The Cook Quits, and He Makes the Eig cults and Tells How le Did It. [From the Atlanta Constitution.] "Boast not thyself of to-morrow, for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth." No, we don't. I didn't know- last night that Mrs. Angelina Peacock wouldn't be here this morn ing. Nobody knew it until there was a tap at the door, and a voice said that '"Mrs. Peacock sent me to tell you she was sick-can't come no more for to cook till her get well." David sayeth, "Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." That is so as a general thing, but right smart depends on whether the cook comes in =-he morning. No cook, no joy. Mrs. Arp wasn't well, nohow, so I persuaded r to be calm ar serene,_and let ne kfast; and so I~caled 'e, and we made a regular and had the best breakfast for a month. Mrs. Ange k.can't compare with us take a n...

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 July 1889

ELBEItl R. LULI.,LDL ELBERT H. AULL, - Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, ) N EWBERRY. S. C. THURSDAY, JULY.::, 1 5b. The case of Rev. E. F. Flemmonh alias Yeldell who was arrested in Pennsylvania some ten days ago on the charge of having killed .James Black well in Edgefield in 1884, is creating so'me stir. Governor Richardson has made requisition on the Governor of Pennsylvania for ~ Yeldell, but the papers have not yet been honored by the Governor of Pennsylvania. The coloifd preachers have employed Con gressman Dalzell to look into the mat ter and are endeavoring to make it ap -pear that the arrest of Yeldell is for political reasons. An effort is being made to bring the mattEr before Presi dent Harrlsou and Attorney General Millir and have them interfere in Yeldell's behalf. We cannot see how the United States Government has any right to.interfere in the matter at all. The only question is whether the Governor of Pennsylvania will honor the requisition of Governor Richard son. If he ...

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 July 1889

Local and Special. Our Aaents. U. B. Whites. will receipt for u-r and take new ones at Prosperity. T. J. Wilson i. atuthorzed t. d~ th a Ridge Roadl. LDE_ BELL, BEST c. tI(U_1R IN TOWN, Belber, Houseal s& Kii,ler's, Dru A Word of Warning,. thoughtful and free use of disinfee by every household will ntininizr chances of fevers--Chloride Lite Carbolic Accid, Copperas, &e. b had at close prices of Pelhani mnl ston Female College. e invite attention to the advertise naent in another column of this institu. Rev. Dr. Lander, the President an able and enthusiastic worker ir the cause of female education, and his nstitution now stands among the first a the State. The location is healthy the course of instruction thorough. A List of the Marriages In Newberry -WH be presented to the public later below you will find a list of beau 1 a bride's presents of which the Book crowded. .; Engravings, Oil Paintings, Bronzes, Triplicate Mirrors, Ws1; ets, Brackets, Fine Bibles. n Cases. We also ...

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 July 1889

r1 LI i.i f.t ?iWBERR Y. S. C. Great CatastroPht. LYouth's Companion.] The recent dreadful flood in Pennsylvania, by which an un known number of people, lost their - live, was the greatest disaster re sulting from natural causes which we have had in this country. Other -calamities, such as the great fires. in Chicago and Boston, have been accompanied with greater moneN loss but-none has caused a loss of life approaching that in this great Pennsylvania flood. But even this dreadful inunda . tion does not approach in its des tructiveness a number of other fa nons calamities. , Holland has been in times past the home of the floods; its greatest F -calamities have been caused by the breaking of the dikes which pro tect it from the sea. In April, 1421, the breaking of the dikes at Dort, completely submerging seventy-two V towns and villages, is said to have drowned one hundred thousand people. Again, in 1530, another inundation took place in the same country, causing the death, accord ng...

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

r . 4 I -. N---EWB ERRY9 . C. TIIURSDAY. AUGSLr ~. EABIHD1865~ _ THE FARMERS XN PHALANX. A Solid Front Presented by the State Atli ane. Thv tan Proposed for an Alliance Exchange. ' [ rews -and Courier.] COLUMIIA, July 15.-The Alliance reas:mbled in the Agricultural Ha3ll this norniu. at 9 o'clock. President Stackhoiee- presided. "The Ba_ I. Douglass, the chaplain, led the Alliance t in prayer.: -Vice President Sojourner prsided'during the greater part of the day. The entire morning session was devoted to the consideration of the plan for an Alliance Exchange. To showthe disposition of the house on this question amotion was made and passed allowing each county the privilege of two speeches of fifteen minutes each. There was considerable opposition to roposed by the executive mittee which was, however, sub staitilly aopted. A number of the delegates were opposed to the idea of the establishm ent of an exchange. The opposition was led by Messrs Dargan and Norris. Mr. Dargan thought tha...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 August 1889

ELBERT H1. AULL, Er,*T';i.. ELBERT H. AULL. ( Prcprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, 5 NEWBERRY. S. C. THCRSDAY. AUGUST 1, lMR LOCAL HISTORY. The teachers of the County and the other persons who were at the County Institute held here in June will remem ber the interest that was aroused by Prof. Morrison on the sub'ect of local history. It is an important as well as an interesting question. Very few of us know anything of the ltcal history of the town and county. In fact more time and energy is spent by the teacher usually in giving the pupils an idea of the history and geography of foreign lands than that of our own country and, as for local or town or county his tory, it is oftentimes considered too insignificant for even a passing notice, or it is presumed that every one knows this already. The fact is that few of us know anything about it at all. We hope the efforts of Prof. Morrison at the Institute will arouse an interest on this subject that will continue to in crease until every teache...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 August 1889

Local and Special. Our -Agenta. Capt. 11. Whites will receipt for subscrip tions and take ne"w ones at Prosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the same at Ridge Road. GOIA'DN BELL, BEST 5c. CIGAR INTOWN, r At Belcber, Houseal & Ribler's, Drug Store.. The C. N.1imd L. Itailroad Bridge. The contract for furnishing the iron superstrut'ure for the Columbia, New berry and Laurens Railroad bridge over t ru .a iver just above the city hs bn -. warded th the Edge more Bnrite:Company of Wilmington, Delaware. It is to be an open deck bridge; that is the deck will be at the top and not covered over. While the price is not given it is understood that the total cost of the bridge with the piers, which cost about $27,000, will be in the neighborhood of $10),000. 'ster, 28th. Tom Sims Captured. On the first of February of last year Josh Henderson, a negro on )r. Cald well's place, was found dead in his house. Upon investigation it was the opinion of the Coroner's Jury that he had been...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 1 August 1889

EVERY TH1URSDAY AT XiBWBERR~Y, S. '. Partas of a Great spfth. It is a rare thing lo:- a CoIIiIiElce ment speaker to have such a r' ception as was given lion. H. W. Grady at the University of Virginia. Ard it is a rare oceurrene to ha v such an address as he dleliver-"d before the societirs of the 'nivei sity. From The c_onstit;Ition v. Lake sonm ; extracts from a full s\ n opsis of the speech: THE SUPREMACY OF LE.APNIN'. Who s3iall he the hera!is of this com1ming (1ty? Who '1haI thread the way of honor and safety through these besetting probleins: Who shall rally the peaple to the defense of their liberties and stir them until they shall cry aloud to be led against the enemies of the republic? You. i1y countrymen. you! The university is the training camp of the future. The scholar the champion of the coming years Napoleon overran Europe with drum-tap and bivouac-the next Napoleon shall form his battalions at the tap of the school-house bell - and his captains shall come with cap and...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 8 August 1889

snansitiin asen NEWBERRY, S. C.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889.PRC 15A V S A 1 CONDEMNED HIM TO DEATH. Remarkable Utterances of Colonel Page's Paper on His Assassination. [New York World.] CHARLOTrE, N. C., July 28.-The following very remarkable account of the assassination of Col. Roger J. Page at Marion Monday night last was print ed to-day in the Marion Times-Regis ter, owned and edited up to the time of death by the deceased: "This quiet town was Monday night last the scene of a terrible tragedy that shocked the whole community beyond any occurence that has ever transpired here. Col. Roger J. Page, the former editor of this paper, left town on the 3 o'clock west bound train to visit Round - Knob. He returned at midnight by the train going east, due here at 12. He >f 4etthe train in company with Judge - Hazlewood, of Texas, and one or two other gentlemen, and proceeded on foot to Dellinger Hotel. When about one hundred and fifty yards from the depot he was shot, the ball entering 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. — 8 August 1889

El:flil:l l. 1.AULL, E>ITui: ELP-E,RT 11. A1U LL, Propetors. WM. '. HOUSEAL, P NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1889. THAT ROAD CONGRESS. It would seem that the proposed road congress, s, much discussed recently, is going to anmount to nothing but the slirrging ofa little ink hy the editors. People who are most interested in the public roads of the county, or rather those who should be most interested in the improvement of the roads, seem to care nothing-about the proposed con gress. Possibly they think it would do no good, and the meeting would be a waste of tim'e and money. We think a meeting for the discussion of this question, by delegates from the various counties in the State, who are practical men, and know and feel the need of better roads, would result in good. We do not believe the plan proposed by some of our contemporaries of hold ing the congress in Columbia during Fair week would we at all practical. No objection to Columbia as the place. But when people go to th...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
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