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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 6 November 1903

c cr aW aub us ESTABLISHE 185NEWBERRIY. S. C., FRiDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1903. TWICE A WEEK, $1 .50 A YEA TAMMANY SWEEPS NEW YORK CITY. THE DEMOCRATS CARRY MARYLAND BY BIG MAJORITY. Hanna's Campaign Fund Invincible In Ohio. The Results of the Elections on Tuesday. New York, Nov. 4 -George McClellan, Democrat, will be the next mayor of Greater New York, having defeated Mayor Seth Low for re-election by a ,urality of 63, 617, complete unofficial returns having been received from every election district in the city. By the same returns Comptroller Edward M. Grout and Charles V. Fornes, president of the boardof aldermen, running for re-election on the Democratic ticket, though elected two years ago as Fusionists, de feated their Fusion opponents by 66,790 and 64,973 plurality, re spectively, Comptroller Grout lead ing the city ticket. McClellan's total vote for mayor was 314,906 to 251,289 for Low. William S. Devery, independ ent candidate for mayor, polled only 2,935 votes in the entire city...

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. — 6 November 1903

ICTIZENS' MEETING LARGELY ATTENDED. PRIMARY' OLAN AGAIN ADOPTED AWD DATES OF PRIMARIES FIXED. The First Primary to Be Held on Tuesday, the 24th, one Day Earlier Than Last Year-The Executive Committee. The meeting of the Democratic citizens of the city of Newberry, called for the purpose of deciding the manner of nominating candi dates for Mayor and Aldermen for the ensuing term, was held in coun cil chamber on Tuesday evening. The meeting was well attended, about 150 citizens being present. The primary plan was again adopted, the primary to be con duct-d under the same rules and regulations as have heretofore pre vailed. The first primary will be held on Tuesday, November 24th, one day earlier than last )ear. The second primary, should a second primary be necessary, will be held on Friday, November 27th, and in the event of a tie in the second pri mary, necessitating a third primary, the third primary will be held on Tuesday, December ist. Pledges must be filled before 12 o'clock on...

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. — 6 November 1903

WAS CONVICTRD ON HIS OWN CONFESSION. ELIJAH EDWARDS WILL GO TO THE PENITENTIARY FOR LIFE. He Said He Stood Out and Watched While Three Other Negroes Killed J. Butler Kinard. Guilty, with a recommendation to the mercy of the court, was the verdict returned by the jury in tbe Elijah Edwards case last Tuesday evening. Edwards was placed on trial for the murder, during June of last year, of J. Butler Kinird, an aged white man living alone on Mr. H. H. Evans' place, about four and a half uiles from the city. The occurrence is fresh in the minds of the people of this county. On the night of the 21st of June, last year, Kinard was killed and his home burned to conceal the crime. After three coroners' inquests the charge of having committed the crine was placed on Edwards, and Edwards in a confession subsequently made, implicated Tom Gary, Isaiah San ders and Greenwood Washington, all negroes. Edwards left after the second inquest, but was captured recently in Florida by Sheriff Bu ford. A ...

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. — 6 November 1903

. H. AULL, UDITOR. Alderman Langford informed us that he desires Friend street paved from Caldwell to the depot but his protest was against the use of the old bricks which are so worn it is impossible to make a good sidewalk. PROSPERITY NEWS. Oil Mill Now Running, Soon to Run Day and Night -Visitors and Other Important Items. Prosperity, S. C., Nov. 5.-The Cotton Seed Oil Mill began this week. Lights are being placed in the building and then the machin cry will run night and day. This is now the centre of atttraction for our people, both residents and visi tors. And we are all rejoicing that the wheels of this new indus try are moving. We are truly thankful for this and are looking for the signs that will inaugurate something further. Rev. S. H. Zimmerman, of New berry, preached the special mission ary sermon in Wightman Chapel before the Woman's Missionary So ciety. IIe made a strong presenta tion and it was well received. Mr 1.), W. Boland, agent on the C., N. & L., and family...

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. — 6 November 1903

ASE MOST UNIQUE IN CRIMINAL ANNALS. [Concluded from last page] as the grave. He sat cold and im passive. Mr. Blease concluded and offered Edwards a cigar, but Edwards still made no move. Mr. F. H1. Dominick, represented Sanders, followed Mr. Blease on cross-examination, and met with the same death-like silence. CROSS-EXAMINATION A CONS'rITU TIONAL RIGHT. Mr. Dominick asked that the witness be adjudged in contempt of court and forced off the stand. Un. ber the present status, Mr. Dom inick did not think his client had received his rights, and thought these rights would not be received unless the whole testimony should be ourged from the record. Judge Haynesworth ordered the witness to answer and Mr. Dominick continued his examination, but there was no response from Edwards. Mr. I. H. Hut)t, representing Tom Gary, came next and met with the same fate. Mr. Blease, on behalf of all the defendants, moved to exclude Ed wards' testim-mey from the record on the same ground as that taken by ...

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. — 6 November 1903

FOR LAW AND ORDER. Resolutions Adopted by Mass Meeting of Citizens of Saluda County Remedft:s Demanded. Saluda, S. C., Nov- 3.-Pur suant to call, a mass meeting was held in the court house yesterday, and the following preamble and resolutions were passed: "-Whereas, Saluda county is so rapidly losing prestige among the counties of the State and is becom ing a hiisi and by-word in cther States, and, justly so, because of the alarming increase of lawless ness, and especially the heinous crime of murder, and "\Vhereas, the proper authori ties exert themselves so feebly to apprehend and bring to trial per petrators of such foul deeds, and tle courts so signally fail to mete out justice 11ponl the guilty parties, thereby elcoIraging such atro cities, rathe.r than affording the proper prote.-ctiom to tle Lw-Ibid ing cit izens of the county and up holding the dignity of the Law, and "Whereas, we believe that tle failure 111)011 tle part of the proper aithlorities an1id the courits at large...

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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. — 6 November 1903

SHOCKING FAMILY TRAGEDY. A Pennsylvania Farmer Kills Two brothers and Tries to Kill Sister and Sister-in-Law. Worked into a frenzy as a result of an altercation with one of his brothers, Benjamin Franklin Wes singer, living on a farm several miles from Pottsville, Pa., Monday afternoon shot and killed his two brothers and attempted to kill his sister and a sister-in-law, and held a large posse of policemen at bay for nine hours before he was cap tured. The tragedy occurred on the farm of the father of the men. The dead men are Louis Wessinger, aged 27 years, single, and Frederick, aged 25, who leaves a widow. The fratricide is 45 years old. Having realized what he had done and, fearing arrest, Benjamin decided to barricade himself in the barn. He went into the house, got a shotgun, several revolvers and ammunition and then took up his position in the barn. When Sheriff Smith appeared on the scene a ruse was planned to capture the man. Another parley was held with the murderer and he...

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. — 6 November 1903

CLARENCE BROOKS QUICKLY ACQUITTED WAS CHARGED WITH MURDER OF NE GRO SIZER. The Jeter Case Entered Upon Late Yes terday Afternoon - Other Cases in Court. The court of general session has had most of its time consumed with only a few cases, full reports of which appear elsewhere. The case against young Clarence M. Brooks, charged with the mur der of the negro Raymond Sizer, was taken up yesterday afternoon. There was very little testimony. Brooks was promptly acquitted. This is tle Vaugi-.anville case. The case against It. R. Jeter was next taken t) late yesterday after noon. Mc). leller and Dora IIeller were convicted of, lornicatioll. R obert Johnson, colored was convicted of carrying unlawful weapons anld sentenced to pay a fine of $15 or to serve thirty days. PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newber rians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. H. W. Dominick attended a banquet in Columbia Tuesday after noon, given by Colonel Henry T. .hompson, agency director, to the agent...

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. — 10 November 1903

-4. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEl"BERRY. S. 0., TPUESDAY. NOVEMBER~ 10, 1903. TWICE A WEEK. Stri0A EA CHARLESTON CONSSABLES ARRESTE] Went to Jail In Default of Bond-Wh The Governor Says About The Matter. The State. Charleston, Nov. 3.--Not contet with the indictment of the five di, pensary constables in the court < common pleas a few days ago o the charge of assaulting him in hr place of business last August, Rt dolph D. Wieters carried his ca into the United States court on Sal urday, securing an order from Judg Simonton for the arrest of Conste bles Bateman, Iloy, Gideon, Grad and May. Wieters is represente by Attorney J. P. K. Bryant. Th action is for $io,ooo damages an the bond of the constables is fixe at the stiff sum of $6,ooo each. Th case will come up for hearing the regular term of the court. The papers were served on on] two of the constables, Grady an Hoy, the others being out of th city. The other constables wi: doubtless be ordered to Charlesto to surrender themselves to th ...

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. — 10 November 1903

EverJ Og Shelf loads of merchandise melted away the past week, The people came in crowds The moment they began pricing stuff that moment they started buying The Mii Dress Goods And Silk Whirl... Such sellinig simply ineans the best saitis faction Zind best valuies. Thiose nvho are not fainiliar witli this del)artient should illnmediately get inl toici. Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock we place on sale 50 pieces Steplhens y4 inch Sockings, all shades, your choice for 49c the yard. 5 pieces 54 inch black Ziblin worth $i.oo, for this sale 69xc the yard. 20 pieces 54 inch ladies broadcloth worth $1.25 for this sale 83c. Two hundred pieces colored dress goods piled on a big center table, goods worth 35, 40 and Soc, your choice this week for only 25c the yard. KO**MWWRNMMIF.m vsg.mnewmQ Mm" GENERAL NEWS NOTES. stocks a officials Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. The I The New York Life Insurance ation ha Co. has filed an application in the price of U. S. Circuit co...

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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. — 10 November 1903

NOR4OU1 TRAN T0 COLUMBIA. Important ,h0aW of Schedule on Southern To Go Into ffect on the 29th of November. The Southern has announced im portant changes of schedule on the Columbia and Greenville division, to go into effect on the 29th of this month. The morning passenger from Charleston arriving at Newberry at 8.25 a in . and the night train from Greenville, arriving at Newberry at II 40 p In., will .be discontinued. , There will be a mixed train, con ..necting at Alston with the Asheville train, so that passengers may leave Columbia at 7 a. i., as now, arriv ing in Greenville at 2.20 p. m11. This train will leave Greenville at 2 p. in., arriving in Columbia at I 1. 05 p. m11. A morning p)assenger from Green wood to Columbia will be- -put oil. leaving Greenwood at 7.30 a. In. and arriving in Columbia at 10.30 a. in. This train will leave Colum bia in the afternoon at 5-30, arriv ing at Greenwood at 8.30 p. n. There will be a morning passen ger between Greenwood and Green ville and...

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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. — 10 November 1903

UH. AUL,L, HDITOR. A PERSONAL APPEAL. I have been connected with The Herald and News as editor for more than seventeen years. When it was bought from Mr. A. C. Jones on March 7, 1887, by Aull & Hou seal, the subscription list was about six hundred. It rAn up to 1,200 and when it was changed to twice a week the list began to increase until now it takes more than 186o papers to fill our mailing list. We have tried ito; jtd,A thae vftn of- pro gress, it v .avi Ebdred -hard for the advancement of the best in terests of this county and town. Those things that we conceived for the best interests of the whole peo ple-for their material and moral nplifting-we have advocated re gardless of the consequences to our selves. Many times we have led the agitation for public utilities which at the beginning had few ad vocates, but by persistence we have acconplished results. For the past four years on account of absence from the business little or no effort has been made to collect what is due ...

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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. — 10 November 1903

While ft 1i with sorrow that the Drayton Rutherford Chapter, U. D. C., records the death of one of its members, Miss Virginia Reagan, it bows in submission to God's will and offers this tribute to her memory: She loved the cause, and showed her respect for those who battled for their rights by adding her name to the company whose aim it is to keep alive the memory of those who fought and died for their country. Though it was never her privi lege:t9-ttend any of t.4e of the cha:pter sh e was g*riatly in - terested in all of its proceedings and would have made a valuable mem ber; therefore, be it Resolved, That while we, the members of this chapter, do hereby express our deep sense of the loss we have sustained, the memory of her faithfulness, both to friends and to duty will stimulate us in our efforts to be more worthy the name of the Daughters of the Confeder acy. 2nd, That we extend to the be reaved family our sincere sympathy in this great sorrow, commending them in our prayers t...

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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. — 10 November 1903

DBMOCRATS PEAR HANNA. It Is Their Opinion That Roosevelt Will Be Much Easier To Beat Than Senator Hanna. A dispatch from Washington, discissiig the next presidential Camtlpaigl in connection with the recent elections, says that the only fear the Denocrats have is that the Republicans may fail to nomli nate Mr Roosevelt. Democrats are ahnost unlanimiouls inl the opinion that President Roosevelt will be much easier to beat than Senator Ilanna, who hIs suddenly loomed ill) oil the political horizen, as tihl result of his recent victory over Tom johnsonl inl Ohio. I)emnocrats, as a rule, expressed their entire satisfaction at the suc eceSS of Senatfir I lanna inl owerthrow ing Johnsonisml in Ohio0, but they d( not r1lish I tie idc'I of his becml Ing thle C'e;deti lmldidate of the Republicanl party instead oif NIr. Roosevelt. Republicanl ConigressnIf 1 are not as enthiuisiastic ver NIr. Roosevelt today as they were during the last Congi es. Most of thei inl a per funletorv ima1tIler decl...

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. — 10 November 1903

ITE.R11UT1 fi1 it~ ISTHMUS STIRRING EVENTS FOLLOWING SECCES SION OF PANAMA. The United States Recognizes De Fact Government and Colombia Lodges Vigorous Protest. Washington, November 8.-Fol lowing the secession of Panam from Colombia on last Tuesday, th, events of the past several days ma; be briefly summed up: On Friday the United States gov ernment recognized the de fact government of Panama, and re quested its representatives in Panv n)a and Colombia to so notify them governments. It was understood that the sent ment of the people on the isthmit towards the United States was ver friendly, and that Panama wante independence, annexation, or ans thing that would insure the cot struction of the Panama canal an the consequent prosperity of th ist h In us. Tile United States governmei sent a number of warships to th istimus to look after the interest of American citizens. On Saturday it was announce that M. Bruneau-Varilla had bee appointed as agent of Panama in th United States. Mr. V...

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. — 10 November 1903

COUNTY SUPERVISOR SCHUMPBRT. Court's General Order Takes Special Notice of Grand Jury's Presentment as to Supervisor Schumpert. The general order of the court of general sessions. in session here last week, passed by Special Judge H. J. Haynesworth, on motion of Solicitor Sease, just before the hour of adjournment on Saturday, takes special notice of that part of the final presentment of the grand jury presenting County Supervisor John M. Schuipert for certain official acts and for con luct unbecoming the office which he holds. Referring to Paragaph 5 of the presentient of the grand jury, in which it was stated that the jury thought the charge of $2.700 for pltting in sewerage systeil in tle court house and jail to be exc suive. that no bids were advertised to, and1( that onie item of tle bill was $400 for inci dentals which was not itemized an1d which the jury could not tinder stand, the order passed by tle court read s: "That a :opy of Paragraph 5th of said preseit ient he served ...

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. — 13 November 1903

e t craW in earn.l ESTAELISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1 rWW R 3,193.TwTn-1i A wwT?1ir 1Y L en- -n~ CONGRESS IS NOW IN EXTRA SESSION JOS. G . CANNON, OF ILLIONOIS, CHOSEN SPEAKER. The President's Message Was Short, Deal ing Solely With the Cuban Question. The fifty-eighth congress con vened in extraordinary session at noon on Monda y, in accordance with the proclamation of President Roose velt, for the purpose of enacting legislation necessary to make effec tive the Cuban reciprocity treaty. The day was devoted simply to per sonal greetings and organization. The house elected Jos. G. Cannon, of Illinois, speaker. THE PRESIDENT'S MFMSAGEt Tuesday's session of the senate was devoted exclusively to ttbe read4 ing of the Pr,_-sident's message in support of reciprocity wN'itlh Cuba. The message was very short, con taining less than r,c. words, and dealing entirely with the Cuban treaty, for the ratification of which the special session was called, afid urging that it b...

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. — 13 November 1903

THE NEWBERRY OF THE DAYS THAT ARE PAST. LETTER FROM FORMER NEWBERRIAN. NOW LIVING IN TEXAS. Capt. Jack Caldwell, Chancellor Job John stone, and Other Strong Men-Memo rles of Happy Times Forever (ione. Woodville, Texas. I want To go back to see the places I romped in when a boy. Back to see the old pasture. with its swimming hole in the creek. Where I used to shuck my duds off and absorb old fashioned joy, 'Till the rose's reddest pet.al was no redder than my cheek; Back to ramble in the by-ways. where the wild red flowers grew. Back -to hear the blue jay qLarrel. and to hear the cat bird call: Back to push away life's sorrows. mongst the dear old scenes 1 knew. See the smiling hills and. valleys. and the arching and cloud-fleelzeck sky. F-or i'm getting old and brokeri. arid it seerns somehow to me. That 'twould almost bring my youth back, make me laugh the old time way Couid I ramble wNher( I rambled. see the things that used to te. Climb the hills and see the valleys wherc I used ...

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. — 13 November 1903

Rox"i G nsAtion In New York-Pictur e cene Inside the Church, Riots Outside. ,he marriage of Miss May Goelet, ! daughter of Mrs. Og<en Goelet one of the richest of American ...esses, to Henry John Innes-Ker, th Duke of Roxburghe, was emnized on Tuesday at St. omas Church, New York, Bishop Iliam C. Doatie, of Albany, isted by the Rev. Ernest M. es, of St. Thomas Church, per ning the ceremony. conipa' of two hundred and y guests, a small number for an ternational marriage of such im ortance, witnessed the ceremony, but masses of palms, shrubs and flowers banked the church so effec ively that the great nave seemed Afar from empty. In the chancel itself, where the ceremoAy took 1place, palms, Japanese chrysanthe Pmtums and English primroses were combined in an artistic color scheme, with which the orchids on the 'pulpit and the lillies about the altar toned beautifully. THE BRIDAL PROCESSION. Forming in the outer vestibule of 1 the church, the bridal party pro ceeded down the aisle to...

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. — 13 November 1903

THE STYLUS. The Newb-_rry College Stylus this year is printed by the Colum bia State. The reason,-as stated in the editorial, is that "'this large printing establishment is fully pre. pared to do this class of work and to do it well.'' In another editorial it is stated, in an appeal to the alumni for suppo-t, that "you owe it not only to your institution, but to your.:lf, to )ssist in issuing a magazine which will do honor to Newberry College." That is goc 1. The Stylus, since it w-s first es tablished, has I .en prtinf d in one or the other of the printshops in Newbei ry, and while the Stzte has done a very god job of plain print ing, it is very little better than could have 1. en .:ecured in either one of the printing offices in New berry. And cc.inly no 1 :tuer than wouid have beei secu;ed if the autho:-ities had 1. en will,rg to pay the home office what it pays the out of-towni oci2. The editor of this paper, who was the printer of the Stylus for several years, and who, with thr...

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