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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 31 October 1889

" ELBERT H. A TOR. ELBERT AULL, Prpetors. W . P. UII A r e NEWBERRY, S. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. THE "I EPENDENTS'' IN FAVOR W H THE ADMINISTRATION. V. P. Clayton has been ap inted postmaster at Columbia in pjlce of W. H. Gibbes, removed. It was somewhat a surprise to Columbia, as the people there had about con cluded that Maj. Gibbes, the present incumbent, would be allowed to serve out his term which expires next FIebruary. Dr. Clayton is a native of Columbia and has at different times been allied with the Republicans, Democrats and Greenbackers, and, says the Register, "is a man of good parts and unquestionably competent to full fil the duties of the position to which he has been appointed." Dr.-Clayton at present claims to be an independent a in politics. W. W. Russell, another Independent, has been appointed postmaster at An derson in place of C. W. Webb, re ,nmoved. Russell was a candidate for a bigger place, but was given this loaf, and we suppose is satisfied. The Inde...

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. — 31 October 1889

to the es was nts, as commenced cademy on the va of his residence to be cIntosh for her school. ris, colored, who has been he charge of shootinga negro S. B. Jones' restaurant, two ago, was admitted to bail yester y in the sum of $500. Next Monday is saleday. We hope to see our friends from the country on that day at the office of The Herald and News. ry to Charles. Personals. r of gala week is Mr. Eugene Griffin lett on Monday nd trip. Tickets will for Decatur, Ala. Noveiber 4th to 8th, Rev. P. H. E. Derrick, of Sandy u til November 12th. Run, S. C., spent several days in New berry the early part of the week. x will be sold before the Mr. Frank B. McIntosh returned on t Monday. It Tuesday from Poughkeepsie, N. Y., -- where be recently graduated in the wyers of Newberry Eastman Business College. their advantage to buy Mrs. A. J. Bowers and children ar ., at Wright's Book rived from Salein,Va., last Wednesday tf night. LL Mrs. G. B. Murrell left for Sumter last Tuesday. T c. CIGAR Re...

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. — 31 October 1889

414aa an efir PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NTDWBERRY, S. C. - Eming and Saving Po [From the Souther or.] I will give m killing and sawing he air to ecool e ; then ki asearl n the m p just fast st as eac piece e it sal own in salt en gh to cover c e knife, with a little puFe zed saltpetre on each Jut. This I want done by 21 eo'lock m., letting it remain in ; this condition until night, during which time it will have taken more >salt, and there will have been ;than would have been under other plns in several days. At night I .take it up and scatter it, every 4-piece to itself. till morning; then aG ds_let down thoroughly, (using salt -freely,) packing, and let it alone ; it is sure to keep nicely. My -reasm for this plan is that the salt applied while the animal heat is still in the meat is dissolved by the KP water and blood, and penetrates the meat, drawing out the blood, *hich, is left, is the first thing to .:taint. This is of course, only the first step in saving, making and pr...

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. — 7 November 1889

tlj ~J~ NEBEI Y S. C.. TIUSDY O VEBR7 89RIE$.0AYA nt of theil hundred re 125'revolvers and several ridges, and loading the n wagons, started for the feud. While at suppei ear the farm house of Mrs. , born Hatfield, the party t from an ambush. Tb urned the volley, but it could not see with whal Blumfield, their leader d, and after firing Mrs ound lying dead in he] through her neck t here is intense, anc will be asked to senc r be a hazardous under militiamen, ~however, t< the fastnesses of whiel -ng, and which are s( rri ' g factions. It is Ha fields and Blum m action at leasi * EPORTED. v.1.-A bul a man ha Linc on Count3 ' " .eBlurr. -again out, and battle was in progress He thinks several must illed. The Blumfield s creek is in a state of credited for the reason eld, of Lincoln county, gton yesterday and left of revolvers and repeat. which to arm his asso IN THE DARKNESS. ovember 2.-A specia] Milton, W. Virginia of another battle be tfields and McCoys have Friday night a party o...

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. — 7 November 1889

ggELBERT L. AULL, EDITOt. ELBERT H. AULL, Proprietors. WK P. HOUSEAl NEWBERRY. S. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1889. POTdIBITION AND PUBLIC SENTI MENT. Dwight L. Moody, the great evange ist, is quoted as having expressed the following opinion in regard to prohibi tion and the third party, and the effect ,( Legislative enactment on this ques tion, unless there was a healthy public sentiment to demand the enforcement of the law: "I believe in prohibition, but not in the tl'id'party. I also believe that there'is no use in having a law until there is a public sentiment that will k- Wfe an enforcement of it. If I could enact a prohibition law in Illinois to morrow by turning over my hand, I would not turn it over, because I don't believe the State is rine for it." Now according to the logic of some itreme prohibitionist, the great evan gelist will be put down as in favor of the open saloon and as opposed to tem .-.- perance. But the truth is he favors . prohibition and would gladly do away w...

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. — 7 November 1889

. 1 ... 1 70 pm... 1 60 . 5 p m... 1 50 7.50 p m... 150 733pm... 140 m 7.10 p m.... 135 Leave .....9.30am 5..5p m...... TE CARS FOR THE RACES. terday's News and Courier con ned the following gratifying intelli ence: It is now an assured fact that the Richmond and Danville Road will run .. separate coaches for whites and blacks Drug on all their excursion trains to and from the Fair. This regulation shows a very I obliging spirit on the part of the rail Appointed. road authorities, and no doubt many hardson on' onday ap- ladies will in consequence come to the ce C. Cromer Audi- f Fair who could not otherwise have County, to fill out the attended. The plan proposed is to open of Mr. W. W. Houseal, only two coaches at a time while trains was recommended by are being boarded, so that the con d Representatives from ductors may easily direct the separate r. Cromer is a young races to their separate cars. of Geo. B. Cromer, Esq , With separate coaches for the races, doubt will make an the ...

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. — 7 November 1889

PUBLISHED FV1EY THURSDAY AT Ni WBERRY. s. C. WiBY BOYS LEAVE THE FARM. Reasons for the Desertiou of the Farm by Scores of Bright Boys. [J. C. Alts, in Home and Farm.] Why do our boys leave the farm 4 a question that is often asked d variously answered. Without mpting to notice the many sobs that are assigned for the version and distaste which most try boys have for the farm, I d like o express the views of young farmer, one who was born raised on the farm, and who was often tempted to leave the farm for some other calling or profession. One of the first reasons for his aversion to the farm is the pessim istie view of farming that is usually held by his father and neighbors. Is it not a remarkable fact that Mile the physician, the lawyer, JPCtn erchant, the mechanic, etc., always choose their life work and prepare themselves for a special pursuit, that the vast majority of our farmers are not farmers from choice, but by accident or circum This is one grand reason why our farmers fail...

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 November 1889

NEWBERRY, S. C. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1889. .PRICE $1.50 A YEA 1: just a the pupi justice an< ooI room. This heerful, healthfu ere. Let there be a: e of unmeaping worl r classes. Try 'so make 1 efforts definite and intelli r. Edward Everett says he repeated may e old rule about some verbs govern tion. ' ing the accusative and genitive cases ble attempt at thiM d times before he was sofor I beg. the etfport d tunateasto neet a teacherwho thoughi tion of all. I solicit it worth while togive any explanetion an educational nature that He adds if the rule had been for th y be disposed to contribute, verbs to poison these cases it would or original on the theory have been all the same to him. You education or methods of may fall into the very faults which - provoke you in your pupils. Are they thing more stimulating to in danger of going mechanically and of teaching than an ex- unintelligently through theirwork? So thods.. There are many may you through yours. Are they in the same thi...

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 November 1889

. LBERT -. AULL, EDITO . ELBERT H. A1L, Proprietors. W .P. HOUSEAs NEWBERRY. S. C, ti si THUTRSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1889. , b NARROWMLNDEDNESS. SSome one has defined narrow minded .ness to be "that quality which prompts Ymany a man to oppose any improve- n ment which may benefit any one but II bimself.n u; ~.And it is a sad fact that there are c many such men in the world. We are ii all more or less selfish by nature. si Sometimes, however, a man may help si himself by helping others. The truth ti no man ever does a charitable or it -^generous act that he is not made to h feel better himself by having done it. ti We have known men who took a pessimistic view of life, and who would go so far as to assert that men acted s' only from selfish motives, and that t whenever a seemingly generous action S was done, 'whether of liberality or q idndness, at the bottom of it, and v prompting it, was a selfish motive. In o ".-other words, the whole action of man was with a view directly or indirect...

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 November 1889

n ork phy nd Ear ,olunibia and crowded with tate Fgir. Three tickets were sold o3 p. p. yesterday. me services were held at r church in Newberry last , ug Te church was beautifully faute-lik no , and a sermon appropriate to y of this impro casion was preached by the pas Examine it. M. e great pleasure in The corner stone of the new Luther at his upper stone. an church at Peak, S. C., will be laid base a puaio of the on Thursday, 28th inst. Revs. Prof. J. Klettner has the ex- B. Fox, J. K. Efird and J. E. B3erly ese instruments in are expected to take part in the ser vices. ds, Coughs, Charles Whitener was arrested on and Lung affections Tuesday by Deputy M. B. Chalmers on d effective friend in a warrant issued by U. S. Comrnis Syru Price only sioner J. S. Reid, for selling whiskey teed to satisfy the without a license. The preliinary is mmended by every- set for 27th inst. dispute the efficacy of freham's Pecto- Personal. coughs, &c.,whether tf. Mr. Harry Samuels is in the city....

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 November 1889

PUBL1SHED EVERY TILURSDAY AT NE1WBERRY. S. C. A Progressive Virginia City. To the editor of Herald and News: Have you any idea what time can dc in two years? Yes, I would think you do, but one cannot realize this awful fact without first seeing orexperiencing t. Last March two 'ears ago I went West, as a great many young men do. After stayiug out there and seeing the veritable cow boy and his bucking pony, and the genuine jack rabbit, ] eonluded to come back to Virginia. What a sight met my eyes when I ar rived at Roanoke, the synonym foi zsuccess and wealth. Where were once vacant lots, buildings were being con structed which would cost from $50,00c to $100,000. These figures may seew to some as exagerated, but they are true, for I know the editor saw one 01 these buildings when he was here lasi July. Roanoke is going ahead. Only a few days ago a farii was bought just outside the city for which was paid $75,000. Two furnaces are in full blast and the contract for the third 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 21 November 1889

LISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2119 PRICE $1.50 A Y CD FOR LYING. his attention. As to the bitter personal abuse in Senator Hampton's letter, Mr. oea Letter to Wanamker, Wanamaker thinks it too ungentle Calumbia Postoffice. manly to merit a reply. e News and Courier,1 CLAYTON "HELD UP." rovember 12.-The ra- Special to Charleston World.] spoliticalyearis offered WASHINGTON, Nov. 13.-The post erican public throughmaster-general has "held up" the co ;ourier. It was written missionofDr.P.Clayton, as postmaster mpton to Postmaster ai thatmwhe the appoinmtfr maker In reference to i Sf mpostmaster for Clayton was made, he had overlooked entrhssnacoythe promise that he had made to Sena ,enators oent ahop tor Hampton, and he withdrew the Gibbesinordertosdow appointment, and will not appoint any Wanamaker, and by py to the News and expires. on. be a fact, although A Thrifty Young ratmer anot state it in his aster general that he Young farmer, J. Simpson Dominick, er eneal ha...

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 November 1889

A U LL, EDITOR. Proprietors. EWBERRY. S. C, AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889. MEN AND ELECTIONS. 'ons in some of the States ks o agi changed the posi me men considerably. NCH ven that Billy Mahone, o0 and Benjamin Harrison, late a, but now of Washington, ve dissolved copartnership. to build up a Republican ' nia with Billy Mahone as failed. One James E. Camp 'o, is Governor of that State, raker will now, no doubt, -ve up the flags with the office and!retire to private it ever is. First up then eess of the Hon. James E. in gaining the election in ging him prominently be the country and al national iss es are being dis in connection with his name. eof the newspapers are already gof him as the man for the Dem to put forward in 1892 as the ential candidate. The Greenville thatnot only"Westward does rse of empire take its way," but Democrats ever expect to carry nal election they must select a man. The Republicans have e national election in twen eyears an that was when they n eastern man as candid...

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 November 1889

llr ('L" ,,,,~ :11,11: AND) ALL AlBOMT. The Legislature meets next Tuesday. A few fakes of snow fell in New berry on Tuesday. Special. Don't forget Frederick Warde at the Opera House to-night. receiptforsubscrip- 798 excursion tickets for CAlumbia atProsperity. were sold here last week. tborized to do the Mr. John B. Campbell has been re appointed postmaster at Jalapa. re"d- Section-master Pitts is re-laying rail offered a reward of on the track over the embank ment. prehension of the "American Clay" will be sold to the ed the barn of highest bidder at auction saleday in Walton, on December. See notice. :13th instant. The ject to the ap- Mr. B. H. Cline is now burning brick Assembly. on his place near the railroad track. stable, corn There are 60,000 in the kiln. about 10,000 The mail route from Hope Station to bushels of corn Glymphville has been changed, to com t$1,000. He had mence at Peak. Steel rails are being placed along the Everybdy that Spartanburg, Union and Columbia ry Ra...

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. — 21 November 1889

* ti C d S:ateS. [From the Boston Daily -lobe.] FAu. RIvER, Oct. 25.-The tall est smokestack in the United States, and in fact the tallest in the world designed solely for the pur pose of providing a draught for boilers, is receiving its final courses to-day in this city. It is intended to meet the requirements of the entire steam plant of the four new mills of the Fall River Iron Com pany. Some idea of its size can be had ! from the following figures, furnished by the:contractor, William M. Man ley of this city : From the top of the granite foundation to the cap is 350 feet, the diameter at the base is 30 feet, at the top 21 feet ; the flue is 11 feet throughout, and the entire structure rests on a solid. granite foundation 55x30, 16 feet deep. In its construction there was used 1,700,000 bricks, 2,000 tons of stone, 2,000 barrels of mor tar, 1,000 loads of sand, 1,000 bar rels of Portland cement, and the estimated cost is $40,000. It is arranged for two flues 9 feet 6 inches by 6 ...

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 November 1889

SHED 1363. ___E WBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. PRIOE $1.50 A YEAB OF TEE STATE. LIENGTII OF S ':SS. ON. The average length of the public 'Eac Coun.- e A school.term throughout the State for New School Houm the scho'astic year 1833-89 was 3.4 :rom PeabodyFnnd. months, .a decrease of .2 of a month since 1SS7-&S. e News and Courier.] The longest session in any one county ovember19.--The forih- (Charleston) was 7.5 months, and the report of Col. J. 1L. shortest (H1orry) ws 1.5 months. perintendent of Edu- The public schools of the cities of w the following figures: Charleston, Columbia, Greenville and .D. 'rn.ICis. Spartanburg, an i of several towns and of school districts in the country districts in the State, were in lastieyear 1888-89 w, session from eight to ten months. In ibuted as follows: all these corn muniti the reguar pub 16 Horry ................ ic school n were supplement by .20 Kersiaw ............12 the proceeds of local tares, or by .18 Lancaster...........

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 November 1889

ELBERT Hi. AULLI, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, proprietors. S WM.P. HOUSEAi NEWB ERRY. S. Q, URSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. n THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. We publish this week some figures from the annual report of Col. J. H. Q ,ice, Superintendent of Educati'n, whidi should be of interest to our peo- b pie. In collecting these figures we do b n~ ot suppose they.are absolutely correct but approximately so. There has been an increase in .the number of schools aiid school houses. There has been a slight incease in attendance since last year's report. There has been a de creaye in the number of white pupils during the year -over last year, but an inerease-in the number of colored pu pils. There were 14,742 more colored children than white children enrolled in the schools the past year, and yet S the large propertionl of the funds forI school'purposos is paid by the whites. Over $44)w,00 were spent for school I purposerduring the year.. Nearly $400, 0 of this amount was paid to the 'teachers of the publi...

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. — 5 December 1889

, Ilu Allf LISIIED 1845. J"WEIR Y9 (. C. TIIU1"l'JSDAY, 1IE"1 ;Ei ? 5. 189PRC 1OAY CH OF THE ELFOW. ti':ial l':tnwr. _\:i-;!e atit Co-op - atve,no:o .\ttl -ri('a. thet tr.)lngt ance of Knights anl Far- .- j.i i.. t U>II4 o Ile world A Mighty Army that can olitic of the Country. w\! I rI' r l' 1 I'! s . Th ti" ee'.l:ir':ttis'Il 1 i urpo'eq Of [1: New York HI("rald.1 Ihw.:::::inat1itn4z1 o: Far::ers' sr ie Mo., Novemeht'r 24.-- ties to be adop(ted at the (ol\nelti(on r Powder!V jru:llv rIeads as follw: note on his silv''r whiis- 'rofIou:idi\y iImj,r;'ssed( that .', the" mion over halt a l iiillion Ia'1ers ot Acerica, who are united by were Imalny timid je)- tle srtng anli fait liul ti's of tinalcial I such a vast, solid array and ha'nle inter'st-. thouldi: wlel o1 against the rest danger galnized1 into an association, set lortlh lnd hlarmOny of the UoIr- lur declaratin 'I 11 teitituns, we t ilee fore resolv".: Sthousand is an army 1. Ti labor for the eduicationl of thle sed. Gent. ...

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