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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

GENBAL NBWS NOTBS. Items of More or Less Interest Coqdcnsed Outside the State. The Powers have submitted to the Porte a scheme for the amelior ation of affairs in Macedonia. Lou Dillon trotted a mile on the Memphis track on Saturday in 1-581, breaking the world's trot ting record, and for the second time she is queen of the turf. Sir Henry M. Durand, British ambassador at Madrid, has been appointed Briitsh ambassador to the United States. The recently -completed Asheville, N. (.k; Auditorilum and a private residence, the two valued at $50, ooo, were destroyed by fire on Sun day. Insurance, $2o,ooo. Percy S White, of Bonham,Tex. one of the students at Washing ton and Lee University stricken with typhoid fever, died on Satur day. There were two big bank failures in Pittsburg, Pa., last week. The Federal National Bank failed one day and was followed by the fail ure of the First National of Alle gheny on the next day. John K. Brown, for 13 years cashier of the Union bank, at Hol land, O...

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. — 27 October 1903

BI MIDL E C 1 Suits for Everybi Suits for little fol young men and mM. We have 1 stock, keep the s and sell the Best for LeS ThE WvrON on Center Cou eager buyers have lined ou Pocket Books. ON RA IN COU TERS hundred miles to this BIG SA OM R' 0 AR 0 000 Shoes to suit e MOREUU uu SHES'""Edwin Clapp a Line and Priced to suitevr The Two Corners. SHOT DOWN IN TlLE ClfY HALL. me and a snatuber of citiz --linis ws shot t hrongh t1 Policeman In Savansnah Shot and Fatally ,s nd will probably (lie. WVonnded in The Presence of the Mayor and Other City Ofieeals. Pol ice man Collinus was 1 - --- vest igat ion by the ma yor Savannah. Ga., October .--Po- brought by G;reenu. A wvi licemnan Charles A. Collinus was shot dlays ago~ Collins arrestedl down ini the mayor's ofice in the the streets as a susincious (Ci ty IIlall yeste(rd a afterno by01 As a snast te': of fact, Gret lIen ry 0. Green, an art dealer. knsown in t he cityV, hsaving The shootintg occurred1 ins the pres- nsectedl with th e p)o.t...

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. — 27 October 1903

SIMPLE LIFB O THE ]NEW POPE. Day, Beginning at 5 O'clock, is a Round of Exacting Duties--A ModCt, Affable Man. 10 Rome Corr. in New York Sun. Pius X. rises very early. When his valet, young Sili, enters the pope's bedroom a little after 5 o'clock the pope is almost always up and reciting his breviary. At 6 he celebrates mass in the little ora tory, arranged immediately after his elevation to the papal throne. The oratory is quickly described. Opposite the window is a wooden altar, and above it fastened to the wall, is an ivory crucifix. Six bronze candlesticks are placed on either side of a modest tabernacle of carved wood, gilded. The altar rests on a rug which covers half the room. In this there are also a prie-dieu and a gilded armchair: a wardrobe for the utensils is on the right. From the middle of the oratory hangs a chandelier of the exquisite Murano glass. The furni ture of the oratory is quiet but taste ful. Since the day of his coronation Pius X. has never failed to say ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 27 October 1903

HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE. Mr. Sidney Mayer, of No. 6, Loses Hi Barn, Stables, Live Stock, And Other Property. Mr. Sidney Mayer, who lives or the old Satterwhite place, in No. 6 Township, sustained a heavy los. by fire on Friday night. His barr and stables, containing a wagor and buggy and a quantity of rougi food, were totally destroyed, and two mules and a horse were burnet to death. The fire was discovered at aboul 9 o'clock Friday night and was put out. About an hour later the firc started again and burned up the property completely. It is believed to have been of incendiaiy origin. The place on which the fire occurred is the property of Mr. Mayer's mother. NI rs. LaurI Iaver, and is near the old Doni nick place and about 2 miles from the city. This section of tle county has sustained a number of losses by ire during the past year or more. During last year Nir. Fred Har M11's residence was destroyed. Du erig laei part of this year an old I<itchen near the residence on Nir. F. 11. Do...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 October 1903

AE ABLISHED 1865 NEWTBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY.- OCTOBER 30,- 1-903'.'TTEAW ~c~I~' T1A1 WHO OWNS THE RAILWAYS. V res Purporting to Show that About 2,000,000 People in This Country are Directly" Interested. Slason Thompson, of Chicago, Lead of one of the bureaus of the General Managers' association, re -cently addressed a letter to the rail N ay companies asking the question: A 'Are there a million owners of rail way securities in the United States?" ['."Thirty-nine of the leading rail way companies responded," said Mr. Thompson. "They represent 107,640 miles out of the 202,471 of single track mileage in the United States. They gave the total number of stockhold ers on their books as 191,387. This is pretty nearly equal to two stock holders for every mile of railway. Applying two to one as the ratio. approximated in the total, would give 4oo,ooo stockholders in round numbers for the 200,000 miles of railway in the United States as owning $6,024,201,295 of capital stock as reported June 30...

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. — 30 October 1903

THh MAN WHO ELECTROCUTES. Silent Executioner Who Regards His Cal ing in Purely Business Way-Holds Patents on Apparatus. New York Sun. When ihe killed the Van Worm boys in the State prison at Dann( inora last week State 1.lectricia lEdward E. Davis finished his 74t execution by electricity. Of theF 71 occurred in this State, -two i Massachusetts and one in Ohio. This nian who inventecI the ele( tric chair, owns the patents on and is the only man , ho can abst lutely be depended upon to condu< an execution without a hitch, is r< markable in other respects. Tho wherever he goes he flocks by hin self. He rarely speaks to anybod unless he is spoken to first, an then he is found to be a most af ble person, mtore than anxious t talk about himself and his work. He will cheerfully answer an question put to him, no matter ho' personal it may be. About hi work he is absoltely cold blooded He looks upon an execution as matter of business, nothing elsE In this lie reminds one very nic of l...

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. — 30 October 1903

metcalws Boomerang. tlanta Journal. "Mrs. Metcalf," said the magis Mte, "do I understand that yot ke a charge of assault and bat y against Mr. Metcalf?" Not exactly, 'i our Worship;yot I& "One minute,'' said Metcalf 4Permit mne to explain the matter. s Your Worship acquainted with .*he Austrian boomerang?" "Yes, I am." "Well, you will know that th( 3 eculiarity of the boomerang is ,when you throw it forward it flies backward and hits something be. hind you." When you throw it behind you, what does it do?" "Comes straight to the front. Or Tuesday I bent the kitchen poket into the boomerang shape and be gan to study the scientific aspects of this remarkable weapon." "What for?" ''Partly for tl-- sake of develop. ing scientific truth, partly for the purpose of killing ducks. If ] want to kill a duck with a boom erang what do I do? I walk away from hitu. I go off in the opposite direction. This lulls suspicion it the duck's mind. Suddenly I take careful aim, say at Jones' man whc is...

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. — 30 October 1903

It. if. AUIL, tDITOR. THE STATE FAIR. The usual large crowds have been n attendance upon the State Fair in Columbia this week. The rail roads say that during each day so far they have hauled much larger crowds than on the corresponding days last year. The exhibits, displaying the re sources of the State, are very good, and this feature of the Fair improves each year. The main feature of the State Fair, however, is the re union of the people of South Caro lina, and the people attend mainly on account of the opportunity which is afforded for the renewing of old ac(uaintance and the making of new i acquaintance. Here the people from every part of the State commingle t and the mountains and the seacoast are brought close together and the people learn each other. From such communion good must result to the State and to her people. It is well once each year that the people of the State should meet in their own capital city. Columbia is handling the crowds well this year and she deserves g...

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. — 30 October 1903

PROSPERITY NEWS. Prosderity's Development in the Recent Past and Her Bright Future. Personal Notes. Prosperity, S. C., October 28. Mr. E. A. Counts- has about com pleted his residence on Elm Street and expect to move next week. Mr. R. I. Stoudemayer is rapidly moving along the building of Dr. Jacob S. Wheeler's dwelling on the beautiful site formerly occupied by the door and sash factory. The erection of other buildings is being talked of, and this expansion is in accord with the demand for houses. The future is before us. A new spirit is evident among our people. It is true that there are divisions among us, but common business prudence will direct this to the greater progress of our town. The field is open and is wide enough for the activities of all. Without uni ted action a cotton seed oil mill has been a possibility, and now the open field.for a cotton mill is en gaging attention, and this oppor t unity will not be passed over much longer. Our town has had a hard climb up grade...

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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. — 30 October 1903

MASTER OF THE VESSEL. A Story of Pnsrrl::.got In conim:pud Whlin bout 'T 'lve Yeartm of Age. 'libe WI I I, k,1 , , o I ' I vt ye t .4 ne'~ting ui.s etunii .. laI!trio a i p il selins r.1ater 'ana eri , i'' . yet' l-'arragu t was~ 1)it twaolve Yer. 'S . atill l'oIlIr t(lays8 old wN-l he wils !#ut inl comli:umd of tliv l :- .:. ; :" S;Ill taken1 by Captain i . I of his tenider ypnrw, mayn the author of -"Twntya-sx iistorii Shil'' tihe rmoe linglis! nmaster oft thet vessol was, scitt litli er for tihe 'u hob nllft the y.tlllg prize iaster .:1t 111 inl his advice. I'r agpit ti:, the story or the queer di vision al authority il his journal as "I conlsidervIs th:at the tIy of' tril had arrived,. for I was a little afrald of tle old lellow, .as every oi vlse was. But the hlw ind comne for io it least to play thet('n So I mausteredti p eouritgv and inrornmed the captaini that I flesirtl the inill topsalil illed lway Ill (1-artv thatil wo Ilight close ip with Iho Esex,ullior. liv re"'livd th...

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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. — 30 October 1903

COLUMBIA TIGERS CLOSED UP. Constables Stationed at Every Place and Give Dealers No Chance to Serye Sone Kicking and Fighting. Columbia Record. Sometime before the fair opened it was rumored that an extra force of constables would be stationed here during fair week to look after the blind tigers. The rumor proved true, and if any blind tiger is doing any business it is done in the most clandestine way. In fact it may be stated that the tigers are com pletely out of business. Every place where it was known that whiskey was sold had a constable stationed in it. These took regu lar "shifts" relieving each other, and there was no chance for the dealers to do any business at all. Several of them yesterday afternoon closed their doors altogether, except those which happened to have res taurant attachments. These had tc do strictly a restaurant businesE owing to the constant presence of i constable. In one Main street restaurqnt a visitor called for a drink in the presence of a constable, a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 30 October 1903

WANTBD PROTBCTION. Vegre From Sidney Mayer's Said His Life I Was in Danger---Is in Jail for Protection. Warren Duncan, colored, from :Sidnev Mayer's place, in Township I -No. 6, caine to Newberry early i 'Tuesday morning and asked Sheriff I Buford to place him in jail in order , that his life might be protected. i He said that lie was at a "wake" I Monday night, and the negroes had 1 told him there was a crowd of white ( men at his home who were going to f 'kill him. Tuesday morning he -came to Newberry, and at his re- t quest Sheriff Buford placed him in I Jail. C It will be remembered that the 1 barn and stables, including live -stock, wagon. buggy, food, etc., r 'the property of Mr. Sidney Mayer, t were burned on Friday night of s last week. This fire, which is t believed to have been of incendiary I -origin, was the last in a long list of c burnings in that immediate com- a 1munity. The people of the coni- s anunity were naturally very much p wrought up over the matter. a Whethe...

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. — 3 November 1903

EA S t6 NBR S. C TA. ESTABLISH-ED 1865 NEWBERR~Y, S. C., rTUESDA)fY, NOVFEMBIER :3, 1903. TWICE A WEEK~~], $1.50 A YEAR Cash S SPOT CASH We Hav< from floor to ceiling. Break th, Goods Store . TheI The b bougl Not onever but jc store room full of beautiful Dre! to be offered you. Below we h, is upon us and the cash store ic Dress Goods In our Stove was kept burn- G The Fire ing thelastweek wit hplank l e from which Fine Dress GoDds was sold off !o of. We sold nore Dress Goods, than at lot he of big stores sold checked homespun. Ask b. your neighbor where she bought her pretty inl dress. They all join in the chorus, the i: Cash Store, Newberry's Up-to-Date Dry Enough For Men, Women and world and G,)id Medal Waistinigs 20 Pieces ustruc - to-wil. You can almost see a smile woven in t he fabric. 13 all white and beautiful designs, the newest Soc value, to start b)ig sale price 59c yard. 100 pairs Nor 100 bolts Goc YOU JAR] Itore's 1i BOUGHT MERCHAI 5 Enough money to worry J. F 3 lenty...

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. — 3 November 1903

ANOTHER RAILWAY HORROR. Fifteen Killed and Over Fifty Injured In Wreck of a Footbal Train Near Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 31.-Fif teen persons were killed and over 50 injured, some fatally, this miorn ing by a collision between a special passenger train onl the Big Four railroad and a freight engine draw ing coal cars. The accident hap pened in the edge of the city. The passenger train of 12 coaches was carrying 954 persons, nearly all of whom were students of Purdue uni versity and their friends, from La Fayette to Indianapolis for the an nual football game between the Purdue team and the Indiana uni versity squad for the State cham pionship which was to have been fought this afternoon. In the first coach back of the en gine were the Purdue football team, substitute player- and managers. Three players, the assistant coach, trainer and seven substitute players of the university team were killed and every one of the 53 other per sons in the car were either fatally or seri...

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. — 3 November 1903

GBNBRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. Two persons were killed and nine injured and a dozen farm houses were demolished by a tor nado which swept over Caddo county, Oklahoma, Saturday night. Two men were killed and twelve injured as the result of a fire which destroyed a flour mill and grain ele vator in Philadelphia on Friday. The property loss was about $200, 000. Booker T. Washington addressed a crowd of 2,0) people at Raleigh, N. ' C., last week. Washington urged that the negro labor along industrial lines. He particularly emphasized the need for the negroes to become skilfull farmers, saying also that the purpose of education was to make them better for work as barbers, as painters, as cooks, and that they should not all seek to be teachers, lawyers, and preachers. Two negroes were hanged at Luzerne, Ala., on Friday for the murder of another negro. Senator Gorman delivered an ad dress in Baltimore on Friday night at a Democratic mass mee...

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. — 3 November 1903

E. H. AULL, H(DITOR. We notice that the farmers in some of the counties are holding mass meetings to protest against the increase in the price of fetilizer which it is said has been increased from two to three dollars per ton. The average farmer could make a great deal more fertilizer at home if he would give a little more time and labor to it than he does. It may be that the increase in the price of connercial fertilizer will be to him a blessing in disguise if it keeps him from using so much of it. At the same time the only way the farmer has of securing his rights is to protest when he feels they have been in fringed and if the farmers would place themselves in position to unite they could be the most independent people in the world. Col. John Bell Towell has sold the Batesburg Advocate to N. R. Bayly and retires from the editor ship. We are glad to note, how ever, that the name of John Bell Towell still remains at the head of the editorial page as assistant editor for this means...

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. — 3 November 1903

DISPBNSARY PROFITS. A Cood Business Done by Newberry Dis pensary During October-Prosperity Dispensary. The following statements show the sales and profits of the dispen saries at Newberry and Prosperity for the month of October. It will be observed that the Newberry dis pensary did a very large busicess last month, and that the Prosperity dispensary also had good sales: NEWBIERRY DISPENSARY. Sales: Consumers' price ........ $6157 88 Invoice price ........... .4212 6o Gross profit.............$1345 28 Expenses............... 204 61 Net profits............ $1140 67 PROSPHRITY DISPENSARY. Sales: Consumers' price ........ $1319 53 Invoice price ............ 1029 97 Gross profits........... $ 289 56 Expenses............... 77 27 Net profit ............. .$ 212 29 REV. MR. LONG'S FAREWELL. An Interesting Service at Colony Sunday -Congregation Presents Token of Esteem. The Rev. J. J. Long, who re signed some time since as pastor of the Newberry circuit, to ac-ept a call from the Bethlehem ...

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. — 3 November 1903

A TENEMENT HOUSE HORROR. Twenty-Five Persons Perish In a Fire in New York Believed to Have Been Of Incendiary Origin. New York, November i.-Twen ty-one men, three women and a ten nionths-ol babe were burned to death or suffocated in the fire that started early this morning in the Houte of All Nations, a five-story tenement house at 426 1i1th avenue. The police and coroner believe the fire to have been of incendiary origin. Some of the peculiar features of the disaster, in addition to the startling loss of life, are that the fire was practically extinguished in twenty minutes, that the police had learned of but one person being in jured, other than those who lost their lives, and that the property loss was onily S7,000. The dead are mostly Italians. THE NATIONAL THANKSGIVING, P1'resident Roosevelt Issues a Proclamation Setting Apart Thursday the 26th Day of the Present Month. The President issued his annual Thanksgiving proclamation in the following terms: By the President of the Uni...

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. — 3 November 1903

THE WORD MELODRAMA. It Han Drifted From its Derivation and Original Significance. Nowadays "melodrama" is in general use as denoting a purely sensational play, with an all but impossible hero. heroine and villain among the charac ters represented. Formerly the word kept more closely in its signification to actual derivation. "Melodrama" is com pounded of the Greek words melos, a song, and drama, an action, a play, and was applied to two sorts of per formances when it first came Into use. It signif\ed a play, generally of the romantic school, in which the dialogue was frequently relieved by music. sometimes of an incidental and sone times of a purely dramatic character. On the strength of his "Pygmaion" J. J. Rousseau is credited with the inven tion of this style. Some of Lhe so called English operas of the older school, such as the once famous "Beggar's Opera" and the once popular "No Song, No Supper," are in reality true melo dramas. In the second place "melodrama" was applied to a...

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. — 3 November 1903

COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS. Important Cases, Including Three For Murder, Set For Trial-Minor Cases Yesterday The court of general sessions for Newberry county convened yester day morning at io o'clock, special Judge H4. J. Haynesworth, of Green Ville, presiding, in the absence of Judge J. C. Klugh, who is sick. Solicitor Thos. S. Sease and Stenographer L. L. Motte were on hand ready for duty when court convened. Both these officers of the court are always warmly wel comied when their duties call theni to Newberry or at any )'her timle. Solicitor Sease has made an envia ble reputation as a prosecutor and as a man who is fearless in the per formance of (uty. The following bills were handed tihe grand jury: State vs. W. T. Dickert, practic ing me(licille without a license. State vs. John C lman, larcenly, privily stealing from the person. ' State VS. Robert Johnson, assault alld battery with intent to ki l and carrying unlawful veapons. State vs. Henry Johnson, carry ing unlawful weapon...

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