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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 February 1904

HIS CASE IS TRIED. A Higher Judge and Jury Than ThOse 01 Earth Will Pass Upon Henry Werts' Guilt Solicitor Sease on Tuesday morn ing received a telegram from Colum bia stating that Henry Werts, whose trial for murder in the killing of Henry Auton in West End some ten years ago, h.d died in Colum bia on Tuesday morning. It will be remembered that Werts, who escaped immediately after the killing, surrendered to Sheriff Bu ford here last summer. He asked that his trial be had at the last term of court. He was sorely afflicted with consumption and said that he wanted to get the matter off his mind in order that he might spend the few days of his life in peace. The State asked for a continuance, however, and the case was post poned to this term of court. On the morning of the second day of court Werts died. DEATH OF J. MALCOLM JOHNSTONE. A Man Who Had Been Honored By His Peopie, and Whose Death is Sincerely Mourned. Mr. J. Malcolm Johntone died at his home in the city J iednes day mornin...

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. — 16 February 1904

I?11( 1131 1 ESTAB3LISHED 1865 N~EWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY, FEBRUA)RY 16. 1904. TWICE A"'YEEK. S1.50 A YEAR THE WORK OE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY LIVELY SCENES IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Discussion Incident To Report of State House Investigating Com mittee-Other Matters. Columbia, February 15.-The chief interest of the people of the State in the legislative session for the past several days has centred in the dis cussion incident to the report of the joint committee to inspect the work of the completion of the State House and the actiorlpto be taken by the gen eral assembly with reference to that report. There were lively scenes in the lower house following the pre sentation of a memorial from the old <01LAnission for the compietion ol the State House, asking for a hearing, aad during a heated discussion the lie was passed by two members. To Enter Suit. The two houses have agreed on a concurrent resolution ordering that appropriate legal steps be taken to re cover from Frank P. Mi...

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. — 16 February 1904

GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT. Lively Rivalry In Congress For The Honor of Having Been The Father Of It. Charlotte Post. There is the liveliest sort of rivalry among several statesmen, says the Washington Post, to be known as the father of the good roads movement in congress. Undisputed possession of the title would mean thousands of votes and uninterrupted tenure for some men, just as the distinction of fathering the irrigation law has been a high feather in the cap of more than one Western congressman. Senator Latimer of South Carolina has been seeking to "get in on the ground floor" of the movement. It makes no difference that Federal leg islation for good roads, accompanied with a fat appropriation, is years off. The thing is immensely popular in South Carolina. His friends in the Palmetto State are already christen ing him the Daddy of Good Roads. But if Mr. Latimer should claim that title in some places, outside of his own State. there would be blood on the moon. Over in the house there...

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. — 16 February 1904

-GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside the State. Former Congressman John S. Wise. formerly qf Virginia, but now of New York, delivered a notable address in Grand Rapids. Mich.. last week at the annual Lincoln day banquet of two republican clubs of the city. Mr. Wise advised his fellow republicanf that the Southern States should be al lowered to regulate the negro suffrage undisturbed. Among other things he said: 'That any party which should advocate a basis of suffrage the logi cal outcome of which would be the political domination of the negro in any State of the Union would be over whelmingly defeated in the North." The marriage of Lawrence S. San born, to Miss Geida Ohlsen. of Swed en, was stopped in New Orleans on Friday. by a well-dressed young wo man who claimed that she was San ford's wife. Failing to produce proof in six hour,. however. the judge who was performing the ceremony sign ed the marriage certificate and gave it to the bride. Sanfor...

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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. — 16 February 1904

X. H. AULL, EDITOR. The Clinton Gazette wants us to tell him the origin of Mollohon. Mr. John A. Chapman. in his Annals of Newberry, says that the origin of the name is not positively known. The name designates a large section of country lying in the northeastern part of Newberry county. Mr. Chapman says: "There is a tradition that it sprang from a family of that name who once lived somewhere on the head waters of Hunting Fork ante rior to the Revolutionary war." It is a popular name. Newberry Beautifully Represented. The Augusta Chronicle uf the iith inst. gives a glowing account of the valentine ball in that city, which it says was a most brilliant success. add ing that "the ball of last evening eclipsed in brilliant picturesqueness and beauty anything that has been given in Augusta in some time." The reports, with a fine pen drew a beau tiful word picture of the scene, among other nice things saying that the many lovely women in their ex quisite gowns added to the beauty of the s...

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. — 16 February 1904

A Card of Thanks. We desire to express our heartfelt thanks and show our gratitude to our many friends and neighbors who. dur ing the late and fatal illness of our parents, showed us many kindnesses and favors and extended a helping hand. We can express our thanks, but it still remains for such as these to be rewarded in the Great Beyond. Emma Miller, Kate Conwell, E. T. Mayer. TRUE. "If I should see A brother languishing in sore distress, And I should turn and leave him comfortless, When I might be A messenger of hope and happiness How could I ask supplies, in my own hour of bitterness What I denied." Regardless of Cost. Mr. R. C. Williams informs the pub lic that having sold his building he. is now selling $6,ooo worth of furni ture regardless of cost, as his stock must be disposed of. Everybody knows that the furniture in that store will go regardless of cost. As Mr. Williams says, this is the chance of a life time. SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed n...

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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. — 16 February 1904

ONLY WOMAN FREE MASON. Famous Story of Sequel to Act of Feminine Curiosity-A Romance The Outcome. Esthampton Special to Chicago Chronicle. A fine picture of the Hon. Mrs. Aldsworth, the celebrated woman Free Mason, who is supposed to have been the only woman ever form ally admitted to fellowship in the Masonic Order, is in the possession of Mrs. L. N. Baldwin, of this city. It is believed to be one of a very few copies now extant in this country. WVhen Mrs. Baldwin obtained it in New York a number of years ago it was said to be une of only four copies in existence. The circumstances or the finding of the original picture from which the engraving was made were interesting. It was discovered a year or two before the civil war in a chest filled with old papers in Ma ' sonic quarters in New York city. There had been hanging in the lodge room for many years a large por trait of a woman wearing the apron of the Masonic Order. Nothing was known positively of the origin of this portrait. bu...

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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. — 16 February 1904

QUEER BATTLEFIELDS. On Ice and Underground Men Have Made War. News and Courier. When the American marines and the Colombian troops recently con fronted each other at Colon it looked for a time as if a battle was to be fought on the pier of the Royal Mail Steamship Company. A pier is rather an unusual place to fight a battle, but battles have been fought in many curious places, rang ing from mountain peaks to sewers, and from ice fields to desert sands. At the battle of Monterey, in the Mexican war, the Americans were able to command the streets of the city with their artillery. but they had difficulty in dislodging the Mexicans from the houses. So, the city being built of stone or adobe in solil blocks of houses, the Yankees broke through the walls from one house to another, fighting and dri;ing out the enemy; so that the battle of Monteey was largely fought indoors. In one of the battles of the wars of William the Silent for the independ ence of the Netherlands the Spanish ships we...

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. — 16 February 1904

MRS. CULBREATH DEAD. A Beautiful Christian Life Is Ended J On Earth and Another Spirit Has Taken Its Flight. All deaths are sad. but the death of Mrs. Janies Y. Culbreath is peculiar- i ly so. She had not been in good health for several years, but during the past seven months her health w%as better; and on last Friday morning she seemed to be stronger than usual and improving, and was very bright and cheerful when Mr. Culbreath left home for his office, about nine o'clock. Three hours later she was dead. Her death was caused by apoplexy and was a shock to the entire community. She was unconscious from the time her sister and friend reached her. The stroke was unexpected, but she was prepared. When the fatal stroke came there was no one in the house with her ex cept the servant. whom she called and told to assist her to the bed. Then her brother, Mr. S. C. Merchant. who was on the premises, was called. He sent to his sister, Mrs. P. C. Gail lard, living near by, and to Mrs. S. G. Wel...

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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. — 19 February 1904

C cr aW aiW 1ts. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR TE WORK OF THE GNERIL ISSEBLY IMPORTANT MATTERS IN SEN- C ATE AND HOUSE. State House Litigation-Cotton Seed 9 Meal-Telephone Bill-Seed Cot- t ton Traffic-Other Measures. The house today passed the Brice a bill allowing counties to vote out dis-' pensaries. The bill was amended so that counties voting out dispensaries shall pay an annual V2 mill tax for the t enforcement of the law, said fund to 1 be used at the discretion of the gov ernor and any exce' 3 go back to the county. The bill was further amend y~t" ed so that such counties shali not re- r ceive any of the dispensary school r fund except that gauranteed by con stition to make up deficits. J.K. A. ti Bryan In Columbia. t' Special to The Herald and News. Columbia, S. C., February i8.--Ac cording to the present arrangement the Hon. William Jennings Bryan will deliver an address in the hall of the house tomorrow morning at 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 February 1904

THE DARK WAR CLOUDS. Angry Storms of Battle in The Awful Future of Carnage-The Cos sacks of the Czar. Greenwood News and Views. The war cloud darkening down over Europe is ominous and bodes the coming of a storm, the like of which the world has never seen. and may well shrink from encountering. It is not a hasty quarrel, nor are the causes bringing it about of recent date, for centuries has Russia schem ed, planned and toiled, and always with one end in view, viz.: the build ing of an empire, whose boundaries would be world wide, and whose lim its would be marked by the waves of the great salt sea. This one great ambition has completely filled the mind and heart of every Russian, from the prince on the throne down even to the peasant who toils in the field, it has entered into the warp, or woof, of their state policy, and has beer zealously handed down from one gen eration to another, and nothing has been allowed to come between this steadfast, fixed purpose, and their earnest effor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 February 1904

Pupin's New Invention. The -neatest calendars seen in Nor folk, Conn., are the ones sent out by Mrs. Kendall, wife of J. C. Kendall, and a well known photographer, says the Springfield Republican. A photo graph at the top of the calendar shows five young pigs owned by Prof. M. I. Pupin, one of the leading wireless ex perts in this country, "nursing" at a "bottle trough," made by the inven tor after the mother of the shoats had refused to care for them. An other photograph shows the five pigs asleep on the floor of the kitch en at Prof. Pupin's farmhause at Nor folk. Until the pigs were able to drink they were kept in a wooden box in the kitchen, and Mr. Pupin took great delight in showing them to call ers. There is a bit of interesting his tory attached to these "high-born'" shoats. Their mother gave birth to a litter of seven and then refused to own them, killing two of them be fore tliey could be taken away from her. How to save the remaining five was a question none of Mr. Pupin'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 February 1904

34. U. ACLL, EDITOR. We see by our exchanges that Mr. J. E. Norment, who has been con nected with the News and Courier i for a num? 'r of years has severed his connection with that paper so as to devote his entire time to his duties as private secretary to the governor. Mr. Norment has few equals as a newspaper man and his retirement is distinct loss to the profession. "Ed" Norment has hosts of friends in every community and it is hoped that his retirement is not permanent. The people had become accustomed to re gard him as a large part of the News and Courier, and his genial manners and pleasant address made many friends for that excellent paper. We wish Mr. No-ment a pleasant stay in the executive office and look forward with pleasure to his return to news paper work. "Sixteen to One or Bust." News and Courier. A prominent Charleston jeweller g said that he sold more engage rings than wedding rings, the erry Observer remarks: "That eagy-there are about sixteen en gagements to one ...

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. — 19 February 1904

THIS WAR IS VERY HELL INDEED. (Continued From First Page.) a 12-inch shell in her upper works. A slight fire broke out. which was quick ly extinguished. There was no loss of life. American Nurses for Japan. Washington, Feb. 17.-The Japan ese minister has received a cable mes sage from his government acceptig the offer made by Dr. Anita New comb McGee of Washington, D. C. to take to Japan a party of trained nurses who have seen field service in the camps and hospitals of the United States army. No one is eligible to join the party except graduate women nurses who have been in the army. Japan and, the Hay Note. Tokio, Feb. 17.-It is stated on high authority that the Japanese govern ment, replying through United States Minister Griscom to Secretary Hay, has agreed to the neutralization of China, excluding Manchuria, which Russia is now occupying. Japan, it is also said, reserves the right to counterbalance any action of Russia in violating China's neutrality. The emperor, the supreme c...

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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. — 19 February 1904

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. How They* Gather the News of the War-A Splendid Service for Newspapers. New York Times. The gathering of war news-of the kind the American public wants. com plete and at the same time confined to facts-requires a small army of trained correspondents, up to date methods and the highest order of or .ganization, if the system is to be equal to the test and the result satisfactory. No one war correspondent. how ever persistent, efficient or brilliant. nor any two or three, could undertake to furnish their paper. no matter at what expense, with coimplete news of a struggle such as the one that has just commenced between Russia and Japan in the far east. Every source of news must be closely watched. and at every strategic point there must be a man who can observe each move on the chess board and explain to the world what it means. For that reason. as experience in the past has shown and as has again been demonstrated at the very open ing of this campaign in the far e...

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. — 19 February 1904

REV. CHURCHILL SATERLEE FOUND DEAD IN BED. Prominent Churchman-Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church of Co lumbia, S. C. Rev. Churchill Sa.erlee, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, Columbia, S. C. was found dead in bed Tuesday morning at 6 a. m.. at the residence of Dr. W. E. Michel, Summerville. Au gusta. The direct cause of death was heart failure, iollowing a protracted attack of grip. A little less than a week ago Dr. Saterlee and family came to Au gusta, hoping that the change in cli mate would speed his recovery from the disease. They secured apartments at the home of Dr. Michel. The acute attack of grip had seriously involved the heart and it was from the secon dary trouble that Mr. Saterlee did not seem to rally. As rector of Trinity church, Dr. Saterlee was one of the most prom inent and influential members of the denomination in South Carolina. Trinity church parish is one of the oldest and largest in the state. It will be well remembered as the church with which General Wad...

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. — 19 February 1904

ONE WOMAN KILLS ANOTHEM In Newberry County Fatal Affray Be tween Two Negresses-One Cuts Other To Death. On Wednesday night in the Utopia section two young negro women, Becky Neel and Laura Mitchell, each about twenty-five years old, became involved in a difficulty which termi nated fatally, the Neel woman cutting the Mitchell woman with a knife. The news 6f the killing reached town yesterday morning when Coro ner Lindsay was notified and left for the scene. He had not returned when this ac count was being prepared for the press. Deputy Sheriff Johnson, on account -of his recent illness, could not venture into the country, and Sheriff Buford was in Columbia; but the sheriff re turned yesterday morning and was just getting ready to go to make the arrest when Besky Neel came in and surrendered. Mr. Cannon Blease, who carries the mail on that route, saw the brother of Neel and advised him to surrender her. Her brother brought her to Mr. Blease at the John H. Wicker place beyond Langford...

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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. — 23 February 1904

B ISH E a A B agYEAR ESTAB3LISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. 81.50 A YEAR LEGISLATIYE SESSION HS COE TO AN END ADJOURNMENT WAS REACHED ON SATURDAY NIGHT. The Work of the Last Few Days of the Session and A Brief Re view of the Whole. Columbia, February :n.-The gen eral assembly of 1904 adjourned on Saturday night at about twenty min utes after ten o'clock. A brief review of the whole session shows that some hard work was done. The personnel of both houses was far above the average and most of the members worked hard and conscien tiously. Of course, it is a matter purely of opinion whether some of the measures which were passed are wise, and whether the assembly did not act unwisely in refusing to enact into law some of the measures which were presented. The most important legislation of the session was that looking towards bienAial sessions, the creation of a department of immigration, the fran chise tax bill imposing a license tax on corporations...

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. — 23 February 1904

should show to the world that it could live for democracy and die for democ racy. If he had it in his power to write a prayer good enough for the whole democratic party it would be: "0 Lord, give us faith in the wisdom of doing.right." Mr. Bryan Personally. Mr. Bryan came to Columbia from Atlanta. where he delivered a lec ture on Thursday night. He was met in Augusta by a legislative committee. consisting of Senators Goodwin and J. W. Ragsdale. and Representatives Cooper. Towill and Aull. The com mittee, accompanied by newspap-r men. including the writer of this ar ticle, left Columbia for Argusta at 3:30 o'clock on Friday morning in the private car of Mr. A. W. Anderson, the general superintendent of the C. & W. C. railway. Augusta was reached at 7 o'clock on Friday morn ing. Mr. Bryan was standing on the platform of the union depot in Au gusta when approached by the com mittee. He was taken to the car and introduced to the members of the party. The car was attached to an outgo...

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. — 23 February 1904

TILLMAN ON HANNA. Won His High Place 3'mpiy Through Manliness. When asked by the Washington Post for an expression on Senator Hanna's death. Senator Tillman said: 'Senator Hanna won a place for himself in the Senate equaled by few men among us simply through his manliness. When he came to the sen ate he was painted in lurid colors, and the senate was suspicious of him. He won the day in short time, however through his manly and straightfor ward character. He was one of the true types of progressive. aggressi,ve and capable American manhood that does things. We have h-d men in the senate more brilliant. but 2ew who equaled Senator Hanna ii plain, hon est manliness and effective ability. He was at one time a very much malign ed man: in fact during one of the lat est talks I had with him we laughing ly discussed our relative grievances in that respect. I remember that I remarked to him that if we were both as bad as we were sometimes made out to be we ought to be hung. 'Yes. senator, h...

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