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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 6 February 1890

C. partment. . SE,EDITOR. of ExaminationS. been much said upon the examinations. The whys .urally come up. Why have an _mination at all? Why not continue u the same routine of studies and du ties at the end of the month, quarter or session and never have any trouble some examinations? Having finished the examinations for the second quarter at the Prosperity High School, I have concluded to in troduce the subject to the reading pub lie. By careful thought experienced educators have arrived at three separate and well defined purposes: 1st, as a test; 2d, as a discipline; 3d, as a motive. An examination is a test, inasmuch as it brings to view our knowledge or our ignorance of a subject. There are two ways of conducting examinations, viz: oral and written. Every recitation a teacher conducts is only an examina tion. An examination by recitation aiffers from the other classes of exami nation in the following particulars: A recitation embraces a certain de fined portion, on which a pupil...

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. — 13 February 1890

ESALSE I U iLl UIIU LU D 180O. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1890. PRICE $1.50 A Y _N THE SHELL PROCLAMATION. - A Pee-Dee Farmer Objects to Mr. Shell's Political Broadside. To the Editor of The News and Courier; In your issue of January !t we have an address signed by G. W. Shell, president of the Farmers' Asso elation of South Carolina. I am sur prised that Mr. Shell should allow his name to be signed to an article written by some one else. We have read such utterances before, and know the ear marks. The indictment is again drawn "and the floodgates of misrepresenta tion and slander are turned loose" not odly "to destroy influence," but to drag down to a level with themselves men who are disharging their duty as public officials with credit to them selves and honor to the State. I cannot believe that such a paper wonld have been sent out by a nieeting of the farmers at this time. We have an organization of farmers; not only in this State, but in nearly every State in the ...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 13 February 1890

A sc: 'roprietors. ,S. C~ _epRY. S. C, Story of - "E,FEBRU;aRY"13 18!0 in the wr housand yeis of--- -- housandoes OF THE DIFFICULTIES. new shoes ir in the attics. =teditor of a country newspar-i all in the wholeof ekly newspaper-has a gieat many ably no shopPL,:rficulties to conterd with, possibly not more thr other people, but they a mnap~ t are of a nature that makes it a very ocult thing to know just what to dt We desire it understood that we have no reference to the delinquent sub scriber, or the collection of an adver tising account. These are big enough things in their way, but they do not bother us half as much as some other things. Our experience is that people will pay for their paper at some time or other, and whenever the money comes in it always seems to be the very time we need it most. And we have only once or twice called upon subscribers to pay, through the paper. But there are other things that trouble us. The paper must come out once a week on time. The editor must...

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. — 13 February 1890

V4hwN Local and Special. Our Agents. Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip tions and take new ones at 'rosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the same at Ridge Road. A CAtD. We extend to the firemen our hearty appreciation for their timely aid in preventing the destruction of our Drug Store on Tuesday morning. Respectfully, BELCIIER, HoUSEAL & lIlI.bE. 1t. Beth Eden Alliance. There will be a meeting of Beth Eden Alliance at T. V. Wicker's piaee; on Friday the 14th, at one o'clock sharp. Business of importance. Let every meniber be present. W. B. ACLL, Secretary. Minter & Jamieson are closing out their winter clothing at New York _ost. tf. A good piano will be sold cheap for cash, apply at Eduard hcholtz's _Jew elry Store. 3t Emigrating. On last Friday about sixty negroes left Newberry for Arkansas. Among the lot were quite a number from town, many of whom can well be spared. On Tuesday another lot left for Tex as. There were only about twenty-six this time. R...

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. — 13 February 1890

AT ,S. C AT ~eC. story of - ' E in the w. housand yi or Days thed Crino new shoes i in the attics., be" lin the atics. 's Magazine] alym the wlhopf-, in the old crinoiineday:. ably no shopur ho was then living in a good old tihown, had gone out shopping a maIni .orning and was standing in h street, talking to a lady friend, a -rs. Gumworthy, the doctor's wife. She (my aunt) bad on a new crinoline that morning in which, to use her own ex ession, she rather fancied herself. It was a tremendously big one, as stiff as a wire fence. It set beautifully. They were standing in front of Jen kins, the draper's ; and my aunt thinks that it (the crinoline) must have got caught up in something, and an open ing thus left between it and tl.e ground. However this may be, certain it is that an absurdly large and powerful bulldog, who was fooling round about there at the time, managed, somehow or other, to squirm in under my aunt's crinoline and effectually imprison him self beneath it. Finding himse...

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. — 20 February 1890

*4. U N Ei . C T F FIST A RT2SIIED 1865. 1TEWB3ERRY, S. C., 2TP-SDY, FEBRUR 0 19.________ A GREAT TRAVELER Who Has Been Twice Around the Globe and is Still Going-Colonel John F. Hobbs Tells Some of His Most Wonder ful Experience.. LFroni the Atlanta Constitution.] "I have made two tours around the world covering a period of between seven and eight years." Colonel John F. Iobbs is one of the most extensively traveled men in America. His life has been full of ad venture, and a few days ago while in a communicative mood he gave an ac count of some of the trials through which he has passed. "I have been," he continued,"under thirteen governments and on twenty three islands and sets of islands. Of course the largest of these was Austra -lia, which is as big as the whole United States with Texas left out. The conti nent-for so it may be called-is very sparsely settled, and while traveling among the aborigines, blacks or kana kas, as the natives are called by the white settlers, I had seve...

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. — 20 February 1890

ATT AYE :' Y AT ,S. T r C. -tors. Story of in the V housand -Days w- " ' new shoes "' fuled. in the attics. - a in the whole b''s Mag.RUARY 20, 1890 ably no shopr'f -iu theo' good old t;-' ho waRE AT CHAPPELLs. a man "town, byears ago the question of toes -Ihorning ree bridge across the Saluda .bh street,- happells in this county was Ars. G u; of and discussed, and an She ( was passed by the Legislature thatmpowering the County Commissioers e of Edgefield and Newberry Counties to re said bridge built. But there the matter ended and nothing further was done. We are glad to learn that the advisa bility of building this bridge at Chap pells is 'again being agitated by the people of that section. It is certainly needed and would greatly help to build up a town at Chappells, and property there would materially increase in value if such bridge were built. It would be a great convenience to the people on the Edgefield side of the river by removing the barrier and the heavy tax in ferryage ...

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. — 20 February 1890

KwAla ad PA - Local and Special. Our Agnts. Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for sub.eri p tions and take new ones at l'roe.perity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the same at Ridge Road. Cogter. See MIcIntosh & T'odd. li; v have some bargaiirs in cotYee. tt' Against a March Coveuttin. At a meeting of the Beth Eden .\!li ance held on Saturday last, anon other things considered it was de"ter mined to test the sentiment of the memters in regard to the proposed State Convention of farners called by the State Farmers' Association, or by Capt. Shell as Chairman of the Execu tive Committee, and the following resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolzed, That we do not approve of the holding of a State Convention of Farmers in March as pro >osed in the call issued by Capt. G. V. Shell as Chairman of the Executive Committee of the State Farmers' Association. HIams. McIntosh & Todd sell the Orange Ham and Breakfast bacon. Every piece guaranteed. tf Now is the Time to Plant See...

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. — 20 February 1890

G AT Thu AT S gar ,S AT f erC. - AT Story of in the %_ housand i e- Days 'VERES. new shoes .uled. in the attics. be-~ cenl In Important all in the whojf .y's lan the Arts. ably no shotur iin the _ good old who wal Metropolitan.] a marn tl-.town, " 'discoveries have been made toea t:,.aorninguable inventions suggested by ght street,riest accidents. An alchemist, She (. nile seeking to discover a mixture of the earths that would make the most dur able crucibles, -one day found that he had- made procelain. The power of Inses, as applied to the telescope, was discovered by a watchmaker's appren tice. While holding spectacle glasses between his thumb and finger he was startled at the suddenly-enlarged ap pearance of a neighboring church spire. The art of etching upon glass was discovered by a Nuremberg glass cutter. By accident a few drops of aquafortis fell upon his spectacles, He noticed that the glass became corroded and softened where the acid had touched it. That was hint enough. He...

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. — 27 February 1890

L - LI - -r - -UtI%1 ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERRY, S. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. PRICE EDGEFIELD'S JAIL BIRDS IN ARKA SAS. How the Town Authorities of Brinkley Li Carpenter and Murrell E. cape. [Edgefield Chronicle.] The following letter is from John I Butler to his father, Mr. D. M. Butle; of the Big Creek section. Mr. John I Butler emigrated to Arkansas at th close of last year, in cenpany with b neighbor, Mr. W. C. Witt-the ma who sent the telegrams to Sheriff Ouzl concerning the arrest of Carpenter an Murrell-or the two men supposed t be Carpenter and Murrell. Mr. D. N Butler, and we are much obliged t him-sends us this letter for public. tion. The action of the town author ties of Brinkley seems to us to hav been very loose and irresponsible. "MAGNOL_A, ARK., Jan. 25, '90. "Dear Father:- -You requested me t write and give you a correct statemen about myself and Mr. W. C. Witt car turing whom be believed to be Murre: and Carpenter. I will do so as far a far as my recollectio...

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. — 27 February 1890

A'Y *-~ Proprietors. Story' -- h " fr in the ERRY. C, housand _ new shoe . . AY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. 0 mteatticq. in thewrj = st week passed over, and one b 'urder-homicideor mankilling-only e is recorded in South Carolina. o tl Wanamaker has appointed Matt C Davis, colored, postmaster at Athens, n <Ga. The merchants of Athens have L signed a boycott against firms with a whom the P. M. G. does business. i, Wanamaker has gotten up a new e, two-cent stamp, which is smaller than c the to-be-retired green two-center. We g would like to see him get up some thing smaller than the present admin- g istration. e ..c Col. Thos. W. Holloway, of Pomaria, is nominated for Lieutenant Governor by the Barnwell Sentinel. The same c paper nominates G en. Johnson Hagood for Governor. The Sentinel believes they will make a splendid team, a The National House of Representa- f tiv- voted Monday on the location of t the World's Fair. Chicago won on the eighth ballot. The balloting was very a exciting, 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. — 27 February 1890

Local and Special. Our Agents. Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip tions and take new ones at Prosperity. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do th same at Ridge Road. Coffee. See McIntosh & Todd. They have some bargains in coffee. tf Farming Does Pay. R. L. Schumpert, of No. 8. Town ship, made 24 bales of cotton last yea on 26 acres of land, and also plenty o corn to do him. He xorked only one mule. Hams. McIntosh & Todd sell the Orange Ham and Breakfast bacon. Every piece guaranteed. tf Notice. b J. P. & T. C. Pool will have a eat load of mules on this market by Satur day. Look out for good ones. 1t. J. D. Pickard, Columbia, S. C., Book seller and Job Printer. tf Hettie Bernard Chase in ' Litth Coquette" at the Opera House this [Wednesday) evening. The Postofmce. The Charleston World of last Thurs day, published the following : WASHINGTON, Feb. 19-B. 0. Dun can, of Newberry, called at the post office department to-day, accompanied by Congressman Cothran. Mr. Dun...

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. — 27 February 1890

.JHE JAY AT ., S. C. . Story of Shoes. in the world was bare -thousand years ago. Ther new shoes in the shops, or ol in the attics. There were none all in the whole wide world, and prol ably no shops or attics either. In thos good old times, when all feet were bar a man could step on his neighbor toes without bring on spasms of agon or bunions and corns were unknowt Finally, somebody-whether man < woman nobody knows-made a pair shoes. Not of calfskin, with hig heels, boxed toes and polished upper but flat, rough "footiats" of wove reeds. These, when tied on with leathe throngs, kept the feet from the burn ing sands. More and more people wore the. queer "footmats" till there were hur dreds and thousands of pairs in us, For everyday use they were light an strong. Some were gayly colored an bound with fancy thongs ; and tho: of the, soldiers were iron bound, wit strong nails in the heels, and ofte whole soles of copper. In the day when all the shoes were new, and b fore people had b...

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. — 6 March 1890

- -- THE ELEMENTS IN A RAGE. Blizzard, Tornado and Flood Rival Each Other-Brownsville, Tennessee, Swept by a Storm that Unroofs and De stroys Stores and Residences. MEMPHIS, TENN., February 26. Brownsville, Tenn., six miles North east of Memphis, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, was struck by a cyclone at 4a. m., yesterday. Half the business houses of the town were un roofed and many were materially dam aged, while several buildings were totally destroyed. the cotton compress was unroofed, the Northern Methodist church was demolished and a brick mill was unroofed. It next struck the handsome building of the Brownsville Savings Bank. The roof was picked off and fell to the ground with a tre mendous crash. Three squares of buildings across the street, just north of the bank, were unroofed except the house of J. P. Phillips & Co. Only one residence is reported as having been damaged, that of Mrs. S. A. Baynes, in Washington street. Just following the cyclone came a great f...

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. — 6 March 1890

ELBERT H. AELL, EDITOR. ELBERT H. AULL, ((proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL, S NEWBERRY. S. C, TII 1'Rt DA Y, 'MARCH t;, 189t). THE MARCH CONVENTION. The first County convention held in the State in response to the call of Capt. Shell, to consider the election of delegates to the State Convention called for March 1ith, was at Sumter on last Saturday. It was decidedly against the March convention, but elected delegates to oppose nominations for State officers, and if it were deter mined to make nominations to with draw from the convention. County Conventions were held in the following counties on Monday, with the following results: The delegates froti Abbeville, Barn well, Oconee and Florence go instructed to vbte against nominations. The delegates from Laurens, Edge field and Marlboro go instructed to ad vocate nominations, and endorse B. R. Tillnman for Governor. The delegates from Greenville, Mar ion, Fairfield, Clarendon, Colleton, Union, Aiken, Lexington, Chester, York and Anderson go...

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. — 6 March 1890

Local and Suocia. Our Agents. Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip. tions and take new ones at Prosperiry. Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do the same at Ridge Road. i -- Reader, we sell a great many goods. 'Tis true we do not make much money, but we mean to keep in the procession, and don't you forget it. Come and see us. tf MCINTOSH d ToDD>. Rev. C. P. Scott's Resignation. Which was tendered the Newberry Baptist Church some time ago, and ac cepted by the congregation is to take ef feet April 1st. Mr. Scott will preach hit farewell sermon on the fifth Sunday in March. He has received and accepted a call to serve the Baptist Church at Warrenton, Va. Mr. Scott is an eloquent pulpit divine and an elegant gentleman, and we regret that he is to leave New berry. Furnished Rooms to rent. A pply at the Foot house. 4t Call on John F. Speck when you need Spectacles and Eye Glasses repaired. Positively none but the best work turn ed out. Engraving neatly and prompt ly. Call when ...

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. — 6 March 1890

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT NEWBERRY, S. C. FarTring in the Holy Land. The farming in Palestine stands just where it did twenty-five, yes, a hun dred, yes, forty hundred years ago ! So that when we are studying it we are studying the methods of the time of Abraham. Most of the country is covered with stones, like parts of New England, so_ that it may be truly said of it that it has "two or three of stone to one of dirt." A man said to a friend there, "Where do you get the stones to make all these fences T' "Why, on the ground ; don't you see them lying all around here?" "Yes, but I don't miss any !" The stones are being constantly - broken up by the elements and cultiva tion and the people throw the loose ones in the fence rows. So you will see the fences thus widened by these stones cast against them until they are six or } ~- eight feet high and wide enough to drive a team on the top. The plough they use is the same plough that has been used there for the past four thousand years....

Publication Title: Newberry Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald and news. — 6 March 1890

PUiLISHED -: EVERY THURSDAY AT NEW BERRY, S. C. Farring in the Holy Land. The far:zing in Palestine stands just where it did twenty-five, yes, a hun dred, yes, forty hundred years ago! Sc that when we are studying it we are studying the methods of the time o1 braham. Most of the country is covered with stones, like parts of New England, so' that it may be truly said of it that it has "two or three of stone to one of dirt." A man said to a friend there, "Where do you get the stones tc iake all these fences T' "Why, on the ground; don't you see them lying all around here " "Yes, but I don't miss any !" The stones are being constantly broken up by the elements and cultiva tion and the people throw the loose ones in the fence rows. So you will see the fences thus widened by these stones -- cast against them until they are six or eight feet high and wide enough to drive a team on the top. The plough they use is the sam plough that has been used there for the past four thousand years. 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. — 13 March 1890

- -- -- .-:.- K~- -. .. .. -- - *- :. p. ESTABLISHED 18G5. XEWBERRY, S. C., TH RSDAY, MARCH 13,.1890. PRICE 1.50_A YEAR LIVELY SENSATIONS IN EDGEFI ELI). The Grand Jury ArraIgn, the Suprene Court and Circuit Judges for Delay4 and Innovations in the Administra tion of the Laws and the Sheriff for Criminal Negligence. [Special to Columbia Register.] EDGEFIELD, S. C., March 6.-The grand jury selected to serve for this year have been in session here since Monday last. For-the past three days they have been investigating the Norris-Gardner affair, in which it was reported that a challenge had passed between the par ties. The matter of the recent escape of prisoners from the County jail has also been thoroughly looked into by the grand jury, and to-day they made their report to the court. As was ex pected, their presentment has created quite a sensation. They dismiss the Norris-Gardner affair, attack the duel ling law, rap the Supreme Court over the head, call upon the Circuit Judges to 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. — 13 March 1890

ELBLEI:T IL. AT'LL. Ixr~ ELBERT H. A ,E rn ELBERT H. AULL, r Proprietors. WM. P. HOUSEAL.) : EW BERiY. S. C, THUSRDAY, MARCH 1i). THE SUL"ILUS. Before the present administration got cbarge of atrairs the surplus in the Uniite.l states Trea.ury was a thing that caused considerable alarm. It is no longer a matter of grave concern, in fact it is beginning to b but a myth or a thing that was. It is stated that the ailpro)riations that the Republica-:s have now mapped out will consume the entire surplus. Sone are even opposing an appropria tion to the world's fair of 192 on the ground that $1,;00,000 will be Icces sary to meet the extraor-dinary ex penses: "1N) millions tust be appro priated for dependent pensions; :20 n:illions a year for rivers and harbors, the same amiount for public buildings, as much more for a navy, and a like sum for coast lefenses. 1i millions a year for a postai telegraph, 10 millions a year !fr education, not to mention steamnship subsidies," and so it go-s, an...

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