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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

Christmas Rates Via Seaboard. On account of the Christmas Holi days, the Seaboard Air Line Rail way will sell excursion tickets from all stations to all points East of the Mississippi and South of the Ohic and Potomac Rivers, including Washington, D. C., St. Louis, Mo , and intermediate points to St. Louih on the Southern Railway, Louisville & Nashville, Illinois Central anio Mobile & Ohio Railroads, at rate o one and one-third first class fares plus twenty-five cents, for the rotint trip. Dates of sale are Decembe1 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 1903 and Jan uary 1, 1904, with final return limil January 4th, 1904. Upoa presentation and surrendei of certificate signed by the super intendent, principal or president o: schools and colleges, tickets will b( sold to students and teachers a above rates on December 16 to 22 1903, with final limit of January 8 1904 The Seaboard is the short lino between the North and the South and operates double daily vestibule( limited trains with through P...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

HIBIOIC BOATSWAIN DBERY. He Swam 100 Yards in the Teeth of a Thirty-Four Mile Gale to Save flis Boat. The idaring bravery of Boatswainl Deury, of tie 17. 8. 'orpudo Boat Adder, save-d that craft from de. struction hast wcek. T'ic naval tug Peoria wa,; lowig thw AtIder and anotlr boat to Norfolk in a heavy gale VhIn the frail line connecting the boats with the tug broke. Ii the teeth o1 a thirty-four Inile gale Deery tc.JIoel to tie call for vol un 1tee.rs and, with a slelnder line fastened a>ioid his waist, plunged into the occanl 111( b"ttled with the wind and tide for a, full iuin(lidr yad,final)y reziching the Adder and gaining h,-r) deck. There he hatiled a thick hawser aboard by Ileans of a hie line. and Im:ade it fast. \1l this tiine the Adder was be ing tosed about like a cork!. (,ne(: 'inilnlte and driven Im bwineathl Ct. itirlace the next, rolcingii and( wa;l iowving in stich na uninner as to inake it an.211lo! IllI'i ssib : . Pft) p sitiOnl Upon tOh scantly 6i-cking, hn...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

9,942,039 BALES. OfficI Estimate Of Present Crop Issued By The Department Of Agriculture On Thursday. A report issued from Washington on Thursday by the department of agriculture says that preliminary re turns to the chief of the bureau of statistics of the department of agri. culture indicate that the actual growth of cotton in the United States in the year 1903-04 will amount to 9,962,039 bales of an average net weight of 490.8. The area picked or to be picked, is estimated at 28,014,86o acres, a reduction of 892,495 acres or 3.09 per cent. from the average planted. The total proportion of lint cotton is estimated at 1,889,796,267 pounds an average of 174 4 pounds per acre. The estimated production by States in pounds of lint cotton per acre is as follows: Virginia 180; North Carolina 21o; South Carolina 178; Georgia 158; Floridal,42;Alabama 161; Mississip pi 211; Louisiana 223; Texas 143; Arkansas 196; Teunessee 200; Mis souri 232; Oklahoma 223; Indian territory 231. In addition ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

SALSDAY YESTERDAY. A Large Crowd in Town-Number 01 Master's Sales and Several Private sales. There was a large crowd in town yesterday for salesday and the mer chants did a good busincss. A number of sales were made by the Master and several private sales were made. MASTHR'S SALES. The following sales were made by the Master: National Bank of Newberry vs. Ducket et al. i 15 acres and inter est in 145 acres. to Lewis Duckett for $755 Werts et al vs. Werts et al. (Dave Werts place), 198 acres. to Mrs. M. C Werts for $1,375-. Wheeler vs Bruce. house and lot in Town of Prosperity. to D H1. Wheeler for $125 John C Wilson, judge of Pro hate, vs. T. F. Harmon et al.. tract No. i of 45 acres to Geo. S. Mower for 1S15: tract No 2 of 45 acres to Geo. S. Mower for $965; tract No. 3 to Bob D;ck Williams for $665 tract No. . of 44 1 1o acres to Gea. S. Mower for $450: tract No. 5 of 5: 28- ov acre to Geo. S. Mower for 4 ; o; tract No . (of 50 13- 1oo acres t) Geo. S. Mower for $6oo; tract No. 7 ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 December 1903

IIt E4 I t R S. (TCE ESTAB3LISIII4EI) 18(5 NEWB3ERR~Y, S. C., i'RID)AY DEC. 8 1908 TWl CE A W\I~~KK. 1.50 AYEAR~ HERD OF GOATS. Imported Frow South Africa is Val ued at $40,000. One hutndred andot forty-nine of the highest priced goats that were ever brought to this countir arrived from Soith Africa recently by the British steamship Susqulelhanna. They are of the Angora breed and a. e said to have cost abouIt $40,000. Ile goats were purchased in Cape Colony by Mr. G. A. Early, an Ameri canl, who had visited South Africa be fore the outbreak of the Boer war. It was dtie to the fact that he had al ready contracted for then that lie was allowed to take tlhem out of the countiry, as directIN after the war the British government placed anl embar go oil the exportation of live sttck. Mr. ,arly is making the experiment of domesticating tliese valtiable ani mals in thlis country. aild Ihas secur ed a place in New Jersey. where the goats will be taken after they have undergone the ctistomary...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

troth ou8 this. .BLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRDA., JECEMBER 11, 1903. TIVICE, A WEEK. SITUATIONn(N TIn ire-rillncir mbla Reported to Be'lMoving Troop On Panama --Administration Is Ready. I,aGuayra, Venezuela, Dec. 9. e French steamer' Versailles, uch has arrived here 'from Sava. l*a, reports that Colombian steam s have landed 1,100 men from Car gena near the mouth of the trato river (Gulf of Darien) to tpen a way over the Darien moun ams into Panama. Other troops rom the department of Cauca, Co. onbia, are said to be converging on Panama, and from all parts of Co . lomubia troops are reported to be marching or awaiting on the result of Gen. Reyes mission to Washing. ton. , It is reported from Washington that the administration is prepared to riect any move made by Coloi bia and that our warships and sol diers will be dispatched to the isth mus if Colombia will Fight. RUsSIA THREATHNS CORRA. "Tokio, Dec. 9.- A strong Russian ;kjuadron, consisting of eight war ships, including two ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

THE STAIN OF HUMAN BLOOD. It Can Never Be Washed Out-Observations On the Horrors That Attend a Slayer of His Fellow-Man. By T. Larry Gantt. The thing of taking the life of a human being except in self-defense, during excitement or on the field of battle is a terrible thing and un less a man be hardened into bru tality and is utterly devoid of con science it will haunt him to his dying day. Three times during my career I have. deliberately made up my mind to kill, but determined to make my antagonists first the as sailants and to give them a fair showing, and thus put my own life in jeopardy. But when the neces sity for auy such encounter had passed the feeling of relief was in describable. Thousands upon thousands of useful and brilliant lives have been blighted and rendered miserable by the taking of human life; even when thelkilling was justified both in the sight of man and by the laws of the land, the curse of Cain follows the slayer his entire days. My father, I think, was with...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

ACHMAN CHAPBL LETTBR. v. B. C. Cronk at St. Paul's-A d Collection Taken -As to the Legislature. 'ghs, December io.-I have ot one of those good pencils 01 'The 'Herald and News office t writes so well that there is lung when I will stop writing. ere is so much moving going roughout this section that it caused an overproduction of }- at our home. No less than put up their abode with us last It has been said by some r blessed old ancestors that a isitor means good lu k. Old W. says that she is always kful of good luck, but she fears this is a little too much of the uck all at once to turn out well. Mr. Editor, if Mrs. A. needs hing along this line let us know. still keep coming. But there the old hen has just crowed, i\h has always been counted bad iWand I do not know which kind of:14ck to look for. Mr. T. E. McCullough and sister, 4Iss Mattie McCullough, of the .iollolion section, spent last Friday $ight with the family of Mr. J. P. kinard. I regret that my friend Eak took sick and ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

It. H. AUI,, ]WITOR. THE NEW SCHEDULE. The new sch,dul.: now in effec on the Southern railway can no but help Newberry. Every da) since the change was mad( we have had people from Chappells Silver Street, Old Town and point: above the county line come to New berry to do their trading. They can come to Newberry in the morn ing and return shortly after noon o: spend the day and return in th( late afternoon. Or they can coni after dinner and spend the after noon. The new schedule mean. that we are getting much of the trade which ought to be ours bu which has heretofore been going t< Greenwood and other points above The mails have been very irregu lar since the change but no doub they will run regularly in a 1ev days. We hope there is truth ;n the re ports that Hanna will not suppori Roosevelt for the presidential noi ination but that he himself will b( a candidate. As matters now stand. it seems probable that Mr. Hanno could secure the nomination. True neither one of the gentlemen i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

NEGRO BABY BURNED TO DEATH. With Older Brother It Was Lefb in a Hous( Which Burned to the Ground. Mother Saved Elder Chill. It is a repetition of the same olI story; children left by their mothe: in a house with a fire and the moth er returning in time to see the hous( destroyed by flames and one of th( children burned to a crisp. Texana Warner, colored, wh< lives on Mr D. B. Cook's place, be low Prosperity, in No. io Town ship, left her two children in he home on Tuesday morning an< went out to pick cotton in a fiek near the house. Bennie, one of th( children, was about five years ok and the other was a baby of onl) it' sixteen months. There was a fir< in the room in which the childrei were. The room adjoining wa: filled with cotton and shucks. Between 9 and io o'clock in th( morning the woman's attention wa, attracted by the calls of the oldes child, Bennie. He was standing it the door of t' e room which con tained the cotton. The womai looked up and, seeing the room or a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. It is reported from Athens Greece, that two Greek steamers collided at Ithaca on Tueday, a loss of fifty lives resulting. On a trial froin Washingtoin doe. n the Potomac on Tiuesday the Lang ley airship was completely wrecked and Prof. Langley, who was ope rating it, was precipitated into the river, receiving : cold d cking. A Germnan mantifictrer in !k-i!in killed a dancer, to whom he w%as to be Iarried, and thlen himself be cause Wile die ning together the Imlan thought the woman' looked too fre Juiently inl the direction of anothe r man. C. E. Upton al Id Th.'.s W. Mc Gregor have been convicted in the United States district court in Bal. timore of conspiracv to rot) the governime.t ill Collnection with a contract for letter pouches. Sen tence has been suspended pending a motion for new trial. Democrats in tle town of Berke ly, Va., on Tuesday dr'ove ('ounty Treasurer Lyois fromi his olhee where, it wa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

Pickwieke In Livery. The dignity of some fat coachmen in New York is very Impressive. Their development is outlined distinctly by their coats. They have swelled steadily and persistently year after year, and every now and then the coats have been let out and the buttons moved to acconimodate increasing Inches of girth. A coachni's figure has a great deal to do with his success. The at tempts of fat men. to look lean some times verge on the humorous. They hold their heads high to escape the imputation of obesity aitid puff out their chests heroically. But with all their hauteur, pomposity and pretentious bearing they look only like very fat men in tight clothes, reminiscent of Pickwick in livery.-New York Press. The Dead Man'a Threat. Returning home recently, a woman who had taken out a summons against her husband, a painter's laborer, on ac count of hIs ill treatment, saw by the light of the moon her husband stand Ing, as she thought, behind the door ready to strike her. She ran aw'...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 11 December 1903

CHI! DREN BURNED TO DEATH. Mr. Marion Dominick's Little Child a Negro-Other News in and Around Prosperity. Prosperity, December io.-I past week seems to have been week of fires to the surroundi communities and in some cases sulting in loss of life. Mr. Mari Dominick's little child caught I fron a fire in the yard and v burned so severely that it soonf d from the effects. A tenant hot was burned for \V. P. Counts, cupied by Mr. Holley Summe and all his belongings were c sumed. A tenant house on IN 1). 13. Cook's place was also buru last Iuesday afternoon. It A oc.ulpicd by a negro, Laura Kibl< who was in the cotton field, and c of her children buirned to death. Our lyceum courso had its fi attraction last Tuesday, Decemil 8th, with the appearance of t Ariel (uartette. It was a succe The Rev. E. C. Cronk, of t Atlanta Lutheran mission, was hc hst Sunday night and preached Grace church. He made a plea behalf of his mission. Grace chur has a warm heart for the Atlan missin.it hearing...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

(e STABLISHED 1865 NTABLSED865EWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY, !DECEMBER 15. 1903. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YE AR THE LBtISLATIVE SESSION. It is Fast Approaching and the Political Pot is Already Swimmering-The Elections. The State. i With the approach of the legis lative session, which is only five weeks off, the political pot will begin to boil, though by even the widest stretch of the imagination it can hardly be said to be more than simmnering so far. This be ing an "off year" in elections the vftancies which the legislature will be called upon to fill will be few in number and for the most part un important. There is no promise of any heat ed contest, though the endeavor to become members of the dispensary directorate may develop some ex citement, It is understood that the chairman, Mr. L. J. Williams, will retire and that Mr. H1. II. Evans will aspire to this place. Gen. Wilie Jones cannot offer for elec tion, Gov. Heyward having ap pointed him to fill out the unex pired term of Mr. Dukes...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed In the State. Under the finding of the supreme court in the Spartat mills case the mills will have to pay a sum of about $30,000 in' back taxes. A negro has been sent to the penitentiary for twenty years from Bamberg county for whipping his sick child, a daughter, so that she died. A petition is being circulated in Rock Hill asking for the pardon of Former Rev. J. Barr Harris, who is serving a sencence in the Mon tana State penitentiary and whose term expires next April. In view of the present outlook for a curtailment of the production of cotton mills on account of shortage of the crop and high prices, it may be interesting to note that the mill at Liberty has enough cotton on hand to run for a year. In a row among negroes on a pler.atioh near Donalds Wash Seitzer shot and mortally wounded his wife and was himself shot in the head by John Pace, who was a fugi tive himself, having shot his wife about a week before. The Ke...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

"SHOT AT GAMBLING TABLE. woYoung Men in Spartanburg Fought ;~ Over A Poker Game With Serious Result. Albert Dearman, a young white . man, Was shot Friday evening in a gambling room in Spartanburg by Albert Thompson. The young men, who are both well known in Spartan ourg and were considered indus trious, were engaged in playing stud poker. Dearman accused Thompson of "ringing" in a separ. ate deck of cards and the lie was ,exchanged. Dearman was unarined. The wound is very serious, but hopes are entertained for the wound ed man's recovery. Thompsou was placed under ar rest. ' ,t LEVER'S ELECTION CONTESTED. Thc Case Was Set For Yesterday-Why There Is An Element of Uneasiness. Representative Lever's contest ed election case was set for yes terday. This is the second time Mr. Lever has been called upon to defend himself in a contested clec tion case, both times the contestant being a cornfield darkey named Dantzler. Dantzler brought the contest on the ground that the South Carolina suff...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

THE SOUTHIERN'S SCHBDUL. The Herald and News has marked before that the change schedule made some time ago m the best the Southern had given in a long time. It gives the peol an opportunity to go and get bac The only possible objection whi could be urged to it by any one this community is that the morni mail from Columbia and Charlest is delayed a few hours, but this not to be compared to the advanta which this schedule affords the who travel, and that after all shot be the chief purpose in arranging passenger schedule. The conve ience of passengers should not made secondary to the despatch mail from a few points, especial when the mail is delayed so litti Mr. Wellessays that the figures o tained show that the present sche tiles are more satisfactory to t] traveling public. Then why ta or think about changing them? V believe the statement is true and ti schedules have not been in for long enough to be given a fair te or to tell whether or not the kidl which come are well founded. Li...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

SOUTHERWS ]NEW SCHEDULB. Assistant General Passenger Agent In.. vestigating .Complatnts-What Supt. Welles Says. Mr. W. H. Tayloe, of Atlanta, the Southern railway's assistant general passenger agent, was in Newberry on Saturday investigat ing the results of the new schedule on his Columbia and Greenville division. Since the new schedule was put into effect there have been a number of complaints in the pub lic prints and elsewhere against the service. Mr. Tayloe took a trip over the line, stopping at Green wood and other places, to look in to these complaints and to get an expression of the sentiment of the people along the line in regard to the change. Anderson and Greenwood have been very severe in their condem nation of the ch.age. Mr. Tayloe - interviewed numbers of perions in these towns and found in each case that a majority preferred the new schedule. As is the case with Newberry he found that in nearly every instance the kicks were com ing from those who failed to get importa...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

AS ONE FROM THE DEAD. Jacob Cloy Returus to His Home at Graj Itevile- -Left 52 Years Ago to Conceal Bloody Murder. Aiken Journal and Review. About a mile from Deervana an about twelve miles from Aiken the old Posey homstead. At ou time, long ago. this was the st one of the most prosperous plaitu tions inl this section. Fran Posey, the owner, was a true typ of the rich Sonthern planter of th ante-hellum days, owiing man slaves and living in a manner n most princely in style. Today thi old iotniestead is owned by those c anothier name, and the old place i no longer the scene of affluent ease but tle old house is tibiling dow and the lands no longer yield thei plenty at tile hands of their blac tillers. ''lhe story of the (leclinle the Posey family and the decay t ihis country seat is a story of gree, '1nd murder. The great farmer had a son, Mar tin Po-ey, wvho married a younj wife in 1S49. aic for a while livc happily oil the place given him b, his fatlher. The vounig wife w\a: an hei...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 15 December 1903

was so insistent and was so auxiou to reach his son's home, that whei the train reached Graoiteville th, conductor told the station agent t, see that the old gentleman reache< the home of Judge Cloy. The agent escorted the old mal to the home of Judge Cloy an there his identity was establishe and it was proven beyond a douL that the ancient stranger was Jaco Wesley Cloy, the father of the bot orable Squire of Graniteville. When Jacob Cloy left his famil: and home his son was only 27 day old. He held the position of ovej seer on the estate of Frank Pose and was the staunch friend of th son, Martin ~Posey. When th young wife was missed Cloy joine with the others in the search fc the body and was one of the part who found it. As said before su picionpointed to the husband the murdered woman as the guilt party and the evidence of Jaco Cloy was considered a strong poit in the case of the prosecutioi Finally the (lay of the trial can and the court room was crowde( Every one was waiting...

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