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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 12 September 1889

ELBERT U. AULL, EvTOn. ELBERT IL AULL, Proprietors. W M .P. HOUSEAL, NE WBEt,1, N EWBEIR RY S. C, TH URSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1889, A CLEAN SWEEP The following from an exchange is attributed to Representative Sherman of the twenty-fourth Congressional Dis trict of New York: "I have in my district not a fourth class postoffice with '00 a year-not an-office that any one wants-that has not been filled. Under Mr. Cleveland's -Administration the first fourth-class postoffice filled in my district was filled on July 30th. On July 30th of this year every one of these offices I had a candidate for-all above $200 a year r were filled." It is not only so with this particular Congressman, but it is the policy of the present administration to clean out the Democrats and fill their places with Republicans. It is said that four-fifths of the appointments to Presidential postoffices have been by removals for political reasons. Our cotemporary says of this administration: "A more distinctively and mor...

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. — 12 September 1889

Local and Special. Our Agents. Capt. n. B. bites will ree-ipt for subcrip tionrs and txke.-ne%v nIe ::t t'rtn%ls'rity. Mr. T. J. -Vilon is authorizvr ti, t the sarne at Ridge a toad. Board of Trade. The regular monthly meeting of the New berry Board of Trade will be held on next Monday night at half-past seven o'clock at Council Chaniters. It is hoped there will be a full atterndane' of the members at this meeting.. "A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Made." You save money by buvi n- you r Blank Books at Te Book tore." tf GOLDEN BELL, BEST 5e. CIGAR IN TOWN, At Belcher, Houseal & Killer's, Drug The Newberry Clothiers. I4lessrs- Smith & Wearn have an announcement in this issue of The Herald and News. Every one wants a nice suit for business, and you will be suited in style and price by giving these young men a call. The latest styles are to be found here and polite and courte. ous attention. No Huunbug You can get a suit of clothes fror m" at wholesale prices Fit ran teed. Bainpls si...

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. — 12 September 1889

r'LISL;E I) EVERY THUIISDAY AT NisWBERRY, S. C. Dr. Talmage on Newapapera. There are some, undoubtedly, who will be inclined to take ex ception to Dr. Talmage's generous remarks on the spirit of fairness and justice that he says is so prom inent among newspapers. But his championship of the press, as pub lished in the Minneapolis Tribune, 1 is on the wble so good that we give it to our readers. He says : "Every newspaper reporter in New York is my personal friend. I have been betrayed by about every class of men in the world, but never by a newspaper man, and I believe there is a spirit of fair ness abroad in the newspapers that is hardly to be found anywhere else. There is -no man, however, poor, if he has been done an injus tice. that cannot get himself set right by the-newspaper. We find 'great deal of fault with the news papers. Perhaps by our own in distinctness we are reported as say ing just what we did not say, and there is a regular not of commas and semicolons and periods,...

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. — 19 September 1889

ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1889. PRICE $1.50 A THE ALLIANCE UNVEILED. The Secrets .f the Order Made Known t< the uninitiated-The Experience of a New Member. [Elberton, Ga., Star.] Ever since the Farmers' Alliancf movement was inaugurated, the un initiated and inelligible public has beet racked with curiosity to learn the se crets of the order and their mode o breaking in new members. Somehow our Alliance friends have guarded theiz secrets with unusual vigilance, but it is left to the Star to tear away the veil of mystery that has surrounded this high and noble order, and lay before our inquisitive readers information never before published in any other news papers. We have for months kept our best reporters o's alert, and em T Zi:tbe most experience ,.. J iecers to unfathom the secrets of the t without 4vail until last W , w , ancefthe Star editor discovered the guarded se crets. It was our good fortune, during a re cent tripto Oglethorpe county, 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. — 19 September 1889

BE RT H. A ULL, EDiroiu. ; LBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WM .HOUSAL,c NEWBERRY. S. C, RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1889. S[NSEr COX. .e take the following from the leston World of recent date. It be matter of interest to our read know wny S. S. Cox was called Cox. And we suppose the state pt of the World -in regard to the t?er is correct: It may not be generally known, but is nevertheless a fact that ex-Con man Samuel Sullivan Cox, whose h occurred a few days ago, earned sobriquet of "Sunset" by the fol g beautiful piece of word-painting the Statesman, May 19, 1853: "What a stormful sunset was that of last night. How glorious the storm, and how splendid the setting of the sun! -We do not remember ever to have seen the like on our round globe. V1he scene opened in the West with a ivhole horizon full of gold interpene Eating lustre, which colored the foli ge and brightened every object in its n rieh dies. The colors grew deeper richer, until the golden lustre w Ktiansformed into a storm-cloud, ...

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 October 1889

NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1(, 1889. PRICE $1.50 A YEA a:. 'hen 'umph . t's all. ey can n the great forms. Can't ve ast a vote in a rohibition election. Thirteen hun negroes can go to the polls in our n and vote for saloons, and all that mothers and wives and sisters can is to weep and plead and listen to beatings of their hearts that are bbing with hope and fear. If I a law-maker I would vote for a bill would let them vote on that ques 'f no other-yes, vote-vote at a separate lee for wo u only. In fact, they ought o have two votes, for they have a double interest at stake, one vote for themselves and one for their little children. In all moral ques ons that aff'ect the home, the fireside, he wife or the mother should have at east an equal voice. She is the queen the home and ought to be. If she is ot then it is not a home but is simply house and sometimles a prison. It is e place where she stays and bears the ildren and nurses them, and where e loses her beauty and grows ol...

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. — 10 October 1889

-Ll1:.I'R i. AULL. / 'rrietors. \': P1. IIUSEAL. j X EWB R RY. S. C,. -'I': in> (O("'OPlI PIn, I,s-. A STEI' TOW.DS THE 'NIVEltSITY. \-"E do nt Iknow how anxious (Geor ia's fair du::tiier- IIIIV be to enter the .:,--e port:i t her University, but o: ( t e1or ia'i l glators have been noking a gallant tiiht for the fair sex, zt l have won for the otiung iilaileins of the state, the first approache- to the l'i iversity. Stiurdinte to the uiversity, and i'ntei:tltd to be pro-paratory to it are a 'mlier :f ir:awl eole;es 0r higae e -t" . !" >ni. ()ie of th(se is situatedl at e :eg,one at ht thomasvilieti, uile at tidt gevtile and one at ('uthbert, -t thtat every se.1on1 of the State -plel"tet.1-tuio with lSu( tion preparatory to the b'niversity. tiectintl soeni Georgia legilator, p rl from the b'aweoods, where iit'hi of Georgt ia's boidest and most originai it"gislatiuon comtes fromil, intro ute biil t> o'eni the l'ui"et"rity and ::li it r:ivihs to mie and fiteale 'tu det!tt ali...

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. — 10 October 1889

to take days 8p .sco tt, A. J. J. B. Reagii and . B. tockiain, John1 .T. C. Hunter, W. P. Pugh H Hair. I). Hardy has resig::ed as rganizer and Mr. J. W. eott elected his successor. ard to bagging it was decided otton bagging cannot be ob use pine straw and old jute, ye pine straw first choice. ice fixed for weighing at New e cents, was changed, and ten bale authorized to be char The Prohibitionists. ohibitionists held a meeting rry on Monday and efficted zation by electing Mr. A. J. resident, and Mr. F. V. Ca tary. It was determined to gorous canvas of the county e primary campaign next e interest of prohibition. To kers to address the people at ign meetings, and to have a x at the primary election in people will be expected to against prohibition. There politics in this part of the nvas. It is the purpose of bitionists to test the senti he people of the county on without bringing the nto the selection of candi 11 be another meeting held e first Monday in Decemi T-- - ~ - - d of ice...

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. — 10 October 1889

i-. F.R Y T : lRSI>A Y A T '.Fl:i LIFE IN ENGLAN D. A 1imIp-e into Soie Co-y Homes in a a Little World of Peace and I'lfenty - Hiow tho English Farmer WorkN, Ents. Sleep" and Brinign up hi. Chldren. N4 Preatr co)trast, I think. ex i Is between two classes in England :nd Am1erica than that of the farn iiig population. I do not refer to ti;e "veoianr"y' or '-landed farm .eT." who live oil their own prop er: t ant t:ll their own ground, who are in a ertaii sense "gen try" or something like to that class, but the farmers who rent their h1omles and acres from some testate, who work late and early. who represent a powerful class of m11eI inl any active em1ergenlcy and vet who rarely think of any higher personal ambition than making r:+uod living and sending their sous :nd(l dalnghlters tlt into the world to earn anl honorable support gen t : ll. --1111less the one "lad" who t.tkes np the farmti when the tther ..ows dm or dies--to seek good 1 "lii us in -service "-tle llen 11:;o are 'ti...

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. — 17 October 1889

eral I ____ NEWBERRY. S. C.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1889. PRICE $. tE combination pon E more extensive scale than formerly denominated the American Manufae turing Company, in which perhaps all principal jute bagging manufacturen are interested, by which they proposE to force -on the cotton producer for the year1890 their output, and Whereas, it is absolutely necessary that whatever should be done to pre vent the ;same must to be efficient, be done atthe earliest possible day; there fore we, the undersigned, most earn estly request the presidents of each State Alliance to] have a decided ex pression from sub-Alliances, wheels o1 unions, in favor of the exclusive use o1 cotton bagging for the year 1890, and report the, same to a convention at St Louis, on December 7th next at 10 a. m. Said 'convention to be composed of the presidents of each State Alliance Wheel, or Union,I or such representa tives as they may select, and one of more delegates from each cotton ex change In the United S...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 17 October 1889

ELBE1 T LH. AULL, EIxTOR. ELBRT H. AULL, Propnetors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, r NEWBERRY. S. C, 3URSDAY, OCTOBER 17, ]&. . QUESTION OF IMPFETA . It would be unwi to atte pt to orce public senti nt on the bject of -ded hools. .. Vbat is d rable aue per in a muatter of su grave im t, is, careful a i ughtful con e on of the su 4 from every t of view. t every citizen of the town read nd study the report of the committees ppointed by the Board of Trade and the trustees of the two academies, let each one ponder the arguments ftr and against the movement, discuss the question in a fair and impartial rnan -; raside all personal and selfish considerat 4. and make up his mind whether or not e ' >> this enter prise. Newberry, above any in the State,- is conservative and cauti and to tl'is is largely due the fact that whie our progress has been slow, it has n sure and substantial, but it is aracteristie of Newberry that when is conyinced that a thing is good and esirble, it goes unanimously fo...

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. — 17 October 1889

& m t O s ould noted in h th' advertisement in t 1., vs. Chalmers, pub urth page: z r can also buy my tract o g the above described b nable terms. a H. T. SLOAN. h to the Postoffice. a mpert has moved his Har- c t door to the postoffice. tf p More Applicant. and News has been in- tl James H. Dennis is an I the Newberry postoffice. p blican. His application J ed by the Adminis- ? 'n special to the World Friday, 11th, a meet .held in that city for the ing to an agreement a tmastership muddle at thing else has been pub- d ing the meeting. Henry v n Washington in interest idate. have opened up a new 'y Groceries, Confection- I Cigars, Tobacco, &c.. at n nd. Give them a call. t tf. ved is a Dollar Made." I oney by buying your a t "The Book Store." tf a LL, 'T 5c. CIGAR t] IN TOWN, Houseal & Kibler's, Drug e Board of Trade ar meeting on last Mon The attendance was not ugh something over a quo- r The secretary being absent, f Peoples requestedG. B. Cro act as secretary. Minutes...

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. — 17 October 1889

PUBLiSHED EVERYTHURSDAY AT IWBERRY, S. C. THE MEN WE KNOW. 1From a Greenville News.] 'en a much given to talking of the -mysteries and queer complica tion of the feminine character; but do we ever think much o1 the con tradictions composing the average man I He is so strong that he will main tain at any cost against direct pres. sure a position he has taken ; so weak that he will yield to any one of a thousand little temptations with full knowledge that the yield ing means always danger and some tiues harm beyond remedy. He is so generous that he will share all he has with his friend and devote the utmost patient efforts for the pleasure or comfort of those he loves ; so selfish that he will not deny himself in many things the smallest indulgencies even when they conflict with what he knows to be his duty. He is so brave that he will freely endanger his life or limbs in the service of his friends or the de fence of his principles ; so coward ly that he can be driven from al. most an...

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. — 24 October 1889

- IC 15 A0EA ~ J NEWBERRY. S. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1889 .. B. erably and g, oan bought a prices averaged about on bringing 10. *as been much negoti bie Alliance men and the stored bales. The t satisfied with the trharged a combination members finally met sell their cotton el_e era deny any eombi on the contrary, that bly competitors among ae buyer to-day offered 4 take their entire lot on. BOYCOTT THE MARKET. S. C., Oct. 17.-The hauling away their in-obedience to the, reso jyesterday. Some of it go to the factories direct, be-carried home by the haps find its way here utions aedopted by the not only to the 264 but looked further to tt of this market, and ethat no- more cotton. be sale. They stated the iance that a combina o injure the order by the price of Alliance .s the substance- of the grievance seems to be and the Alliance grader yig 'the bales. B. B. however, to take here yesterday at 9.60 means 9.97k for strict a price which no other venture to offer, and rvative cotton ...

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. — 24 October 1889

-~ropretors. pUBL1SP E~VEkRY T 1P' V dERRY. S. C, .,RSDAY, OCTOBFR 24, 1889. ARE WE STINGY OR POOR? The recent discussion in the Lu theran Synod at OraWgeburg, of the x,brospects of Newberry'Eollege, and the proposal to put a financial agent for the college in the field, have set us to thinking about the financial condition ot'our Southern colleges, both State :,_and Denominational. There is no doubt about it, our col leges are poor, much poorer than they ought to be. While many Northern institutions are rolling in wealth, and count their endowment by millions, hardly a Southern college can be found with an income from permanent investments Ysnfaicient to support three professors. and many of them have no endowment worth eunting. Where any endowment exists at all it is the aggregation of hundreds of small subscriptions, wrung from the people by the urgent personal appeals .ofinancial agents. Erskine College, founded in 1839, and 1oing good work for the State and the world ever since...

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. — 24 October 1889

torneys, M as of $300 I oi known colored t ;died Tuesday E z receipts at Newberry the were 1,730 bales. Price yes -or middling, 9 cents. e railroad tank is being repaired ed painted, and the supply of water for the street sprinkler has been shut y will off'.tI br. L. A. Hawkins has a sow with a litter of sixteen pigs. This is some- $ nthing remarkable. The pigs are well developedte. i aer Cornet Band Monday of last M1iss Carrie Hanmilton, of Edgefield, r wing members: who has been quite sick for several t r-piccolo; E. H. weeks is much better, and will soon be bet; Thos. E. able to be up. F. H. Kempson, While in Greeenville last week, Mlr. ' ill, -2nd alto; H. Geo. W. Clotworthy, the well-known Harry H. Blease, commercial traveller, received a tele lats, baritone; F. granirrom his home in Baltimore an . . Hornsby, uouncing the death of his wife. 'allaw, Jr., snare The 1 unisfallen Dairy Farm has filled I four silos n ith ensilage the last season. a of. getting your It was all grown ...

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. — 24 October 1889

rUBLISHED EVR' Y TIIURSDAY AT NEWBERRY, S. C. Value of the Cow Pea. Mr. P. J. Berckmanus has an ar ticle in the American Agriculturist on the cow pea, its culture and its uses. Anything from Mr. Berck mau's,pen or connected with his stwe of useful experiences is read -with interest and accepted as an thority. According to Mr. Berckmans any land which can be ploughed will grow cow peas. with some cer tainty of a crop, but every variety of cow pea will not succeed equally well on all soils. The red, black, clay, tory, brown-eye, yellow, etc., will give better results on a compa cratively poor soil than the crowder, -ldy pea, or white field. If for for age crop the land should be ploughed in February or March, especi-ally if an early crop is de sired. Cow peas should not he sown be. fore the mi.ddle or end of April; they will not germinate until the ground becomes warm. For an early crop sow broadcast at the rate of one bushel per acre for ordinarily fertile land; this quantity may be ...

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. — 31 October 1889

"gWBlow S. C., THURSDAY, OCTO_BER3: 18.__ __PIE$.0AYA t-. otion to red an extra employer .is so they are apt of a houseful of com ess of some member of o bring the mistress to their f the increase of wages is not you will in all probability find urself without a servant in the house :when you come down stairs in the morning, for they delight in surprising ays with a mistress in this way. I should So, after all, we of the Old Dominion where fried chicken are not better off than our Northern uld be supplied at a sisters. The South provides us with But, alas! this no better domestics than Castle Garden been realized. In- offers, and we wonder if the good cook Dinah of my imagin- is a'thing of-the past. tless apron and gay1 ulatto girl-gowned Making the Sun Work. former mistress, her [Youth's Companion.] head, adorned with One of the most notable inventions an unomited bang~ displayed at the Paris Exhibition is an did not look promis- apparatus for transforming the heat of been engaged ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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