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

A COUNTY SURMER SCHOOL. Snperintendent Werts Wants One For Newberry And Thinks Newborry Coun ty Teachers Interested. County s)erinteldent of Edu cation Eugene S. \Verts has re ceived the following letter from S-' Superintendent of Education 0. ti. Martin lust as soon as it can be well don~e I desire to organize the sum mer schools. I am writing to ask vou to canvass the teachers in your coulty 1i an n o'l as ieariv a, possi il w :any Wili attend a pc%s. mi that we will proceei vrt soon to arrange I. .r a large state summer schWol. We hope to se cure a verv excellelt .ia*Clty and do a splendid ' s work at the State simer scho. "Now as to ct--y or dictrict su:ner schools. nc ha.ve quite a problem. We must not have any snail school:. such as were con ducted in three or four counties last vear. If we can get fortv or tity teachers together in a countty school. then the result will justity the labor and expeivliture: but if we are to have only eight or ten. and some of these school child...

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 March 1904

To L.XL. M). 91. NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY. MAR('II 11. 1904. TWI1CE A WEEK. -1.50 A YEA. R CHARGES OF CRUELTY TO CHAIN GING CONVICTS INVESTIGATION BEING CONDUCTED BY F. H. DOMINICK. Testimony To Be Reported to Next Court. Startling Revelations Made On Wednesday. There were some rather startling revelations in the testimonv taken on Wednesdav afternoon by Ref eree Dominick. in the investigation. ordered by Judge D. A. Town send. of the charge of alleged cruelty to the. convicts on the county chain gang. reported by the grand jury in their final present ment at the last term of court. The evidence will be reported to the next court. The reference. which was held in Referee Dominick's office. was begun at i o'clock and continued for about two hours. at which time an adjournment was taken until one day next week. T. B. Hunter. Esq.. appeared for the county su pervisor and the chain gang author ties. Three witnesses who had been subpoenaed by Referee Dominick were examined and then a numb...

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. — 11 March 1904

SOUTH -CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More of Less Interest Con densed in the State. WVaier R!nenberg. a m :: which he died. A negro becanie entangled in' the machinerv in the -il mill at Pickenz and received injuries fron' which he died. The high school building at An derson' recently destroyed by fre. will be replaced with. the isurancL money an( 82.000 apppriat by the city council. Twelve schools in Fairfield coun ty have already raised the necessarv $io to receive the benefnts of the Aull Library act passed by the re cent legislature. Governor Heyward has received; quite a number of applications for: the place of Treasurer Free. ot Barmwell, who was suspended re cently on account of a shortage of over a thousand dollars in his ac counts. Boyd. Bailey. aged 16 years. was sl,t and instantly killed. at the home of his parents in Spartan burg county. on Wednesday morn ing by his i 2-year-old brother. The boys were playing with an old cal) pistol. The coroner's jury in the case of Richard J...

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 March 1904

LABOR CONTRACT LAW. Thi Statutes on the Subject as Amended By the Recent General Assembly. 1-'h k1win iI Celtion tlaborers' coracts, aS amenled at the recent session of the general assembiv: .\n Act to amenid the Crimnina d "c V.!. 2. Code of Laws. ;)02). as Li. Labor Contracts. >ection I. 1',e it eilacted by the enerzi asseIly) of the State of South Carolina. That the Criminal Code ( Vol. 2. Code of Laws. 1902). he amended by adding af ter Section 357 a Section. to be known as Section 357a. to rea(i as *follows: Section 357a. That a conviction of either )arty mentioned in Sec tion 355 and Section 357 of the Criminal Code (Vol. 2. Code of Laws. 1902). for violation of such contract as is mentioned in said sections. shall not operate a, a re lief or discharge of such persons from the performance of any part of said contract which is to be performed subsequent to the date of the breach for which such con viction was had: Provided, how ever. That such persons shall not be criminally...

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. — 11 March 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. RURAL LIBRARIES. Some weeks ago we published in The Times a partial context of the Rural Lbrarx hill introduced in the house of re)resemtati%e,s by 2'r. Aull. member fro' NeWberry. Today we print the whole bill as it passed. \Ve are very favorably impressed with the general utility of the measure. but very nmuch fear a lack of harniouis co-opera ton. as the law provides for the establishment of "nIy twelve Ii graries in any county in any one vear, and only those schoo0Is 0perT ed under the general ire scho ol law of this State. A iurtlier appreheii sin is raised. in view of the terms of this law. that a rivalry or ieal ousv will arise between schools in the same school district. Already the Bethlehem school has sent So to Superintendent Fant and the Kelton school has notified the su perintendent that it has Sio sub scribed. Both these schools are in Pinckney township. and in the same school district, only a few miles i apart, both of these schools have a large av...

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. — 11 March 1904

CHARGES OF CRUELTY TO CHA IN GANG CONICTS Lontinue 1Fromi P'age .I died. ,Ie had stretched the negro on a bank. ThoiaS said he was sick and couldn't wkork and witness hipped him mor, to) scare huni1 than;U anyini*i;llg el M \r. RZicharti son 1im " ten 1r twelve lick'-. i In't k.. x whether he was sick ,r n0ot. bt ,up)os1e he xas play :ng oti. !! t' ld Thoma h' e was 'oing to hip him until hie proi edtoo!.e wrkWhnh had ive h tm-igt .)r tenl 1ah. t - -egr d,a Ol h 'd g back t ,ork. i le Iot up and workel for an hour and a half and then said agin that ewas sick. Ie lay dWW and then got up and fell owl. r. Richardson M said he couldn't see inything the matter with him ard to Id him to go to work. But sent him on back to the camp and lie fell down. Thomas lived about an hour an d a half after he got to the camp. He lived about ive hours after the whipping. When Thomas fell some boys car ried him on to the camp. Rich ardson s-.id he sent for doctors but they diCn't get there before he die...

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. — 11 March 1904

A HERO WHOSE REMAINS REPOSE IN ROSEMONT CALVIN CROZIER. A SON OF THE LONE STA!Z STATE. Story of The Splendid Heroism of a lan Who Was turder.d at Newberry By Negro Federal Troopers. Star State. wh-e saced re::i rest beneath. Tl'. slor of his 5plen did heroism. wi h AipieI him toi risk his life to defend the h"n,r of South Caro-ina wen. andI to gve thLat life to save that of an imno cnt Mai. an1d of his m.urder .y ne gro rufhmans vho wore the unifori of the inited States arnm. is well told in thc iollowing article by Octavia Zollicoffer 1ond. which appeared in a recent issue of the News and Courier: I would be glad to "eat the skop from your kitchen."* wrote Calvin Crozier to his niother when about to leave the Indianapolis military prison in April. 1865. To say that he was "one of Mor gan's men presents to the imag ination the picture of a stalwart Kentucky trooper, which Crozier was not. On the contrary he was a rather boyish looking Texian for his 25 years of age. Barely five feet...

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. — 11 March 1904

wounded the soldier. But Crozier stoutly refused to recant. savim: Loose me and I will show vou wihether I am the iman r not." &iAiher frers Were app)ealed tin vai '.I aVehm (nbn 'guesti'e by;( lv(! ~. Tlrt wbrl)ide he tha1 be aci r a *V( e andi bokily declaring: "! wuld do it again i In an-wvr t- which he was tld tha the tl w uld cost hhn his life. In short. Crozi'er was prMtlyV condemnefCd thdeathi withilt eVe the f c-i a trial and was iit a.!!'we'! communicationi with any citzen while awaiting his m .\Nu da Igh-1 - t k n1 the. follkwing'. mo,( rnn I, Friday-. S.mer8 the regm111e1wt drawn ,Ip in line of march. Slow c-um heats marked off the remaiing mients of the priPonier's life while he was being led a iew yards from the camp. He was halted on the brink of a shallow hole. freshly dug in the earth. and ordered to kneel. There was a flash of guns in the murkv dawn and the martvred Crozier fell lifeless. A reliable citizen, who had ventured near to watch the tradegy. saw the de...

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 March 1904

NEGROES NOT ACTIVE HERE. Only Two Applied for Registration Cer tiicates On Plonday- One Reeeived His Cerzitiate. Coun!ti% U 11h tate that the ie grK are particulariv active in their ett0rts to Secure reC:Stration cer tinca:es. it :i- re-orte( fr1m1 An deron that at the meeting (I the board of supervisors ot registra tion of that c:untyon last .\Ionday the unu:-ually large- nuimber ,:! ne groeCs apymg f vr registration certin.e causd cnieal coMimlent. ietweeii i ;o and 200 negroes tried to obtain certincates during the day, but most of these wl,re unable t;o pass the con.titu tional test and were turned down. Only six or eight were able to get regi'stration certiticates. It is not known whether they really wanted to %.ote. or whether they will use this afterwards in somebodvs ef forts to break down the election laws of the state. but there is un doubtedlv something on toot. Whatever the cause in Ander son and in other parts of the state. there has been as little effort as usual among...

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 March 1904

t 3ERRY TOL. XL. NO. 91. .N~>3ERRT, S. C., TUESDAT, M ARCH 15, 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR JAP BOMBARDIENT OF PORT ARTHUR THE JAS SCORE A COMPLETE VICTORY OVER RUSSIANS. Russians Had Twenty-Five KiUed On One Ship And Twenty In The Town Torpedo Boats Engaged. .)ki'). larch I3.-- fEcial and .ate reports bothl indicate that .\kmiraI Togo's fourth attack on P: Arthur on tie toth instant was ..-e m11ost effective since the nrst as (alt of a month ago. One Russian torPedo boat destroyer was sunk and several Russian torpedo boat destroyers'seriously damaged. The fortilications and city were subject ed to a heavy bombardment lasting nearly four hours. The naval bom bardments of the land works have generally been ineffective. yet the peculiar topographical conditions Port Arthur make immunity from serious loss from bombardment al-i most impossible. Admiral Togo's torpedo flotilla opened the action by boldly steaming in under the bat teries and successfully placing a number of mechani...

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 March 1904

( wned1 near Beaufort ast week by the sub merging of a boat. The building' of the electric trol lev line between Greenville and An derson is now regarded a certainty. Mrs. Fannie T. Gilliam. of Spar tanburg, and Lieutenant Governor John T. Sloan will be married in Columbia on March 23 The new board of dispensary (i rectors made its first purchases at their meeting on last Thursday. A large quantity of liquor was bought. There have been a number of re ports that capitalists are contem plating building an electric trolley line between Atlanta and Anderson. The Clemson college encamp ment will be held in Anderson this year. The (late has not yet been ixed. but it will probably be some time in May. The 'Monarch mills. at Union. are to be enlarged by the addition of 10.000 spindles and 750 looms at once. This means the employ ment of about 6oo more hands. The secretarv of state has issued a commission to the 'McCown Co.. of Florence county. which firm will -run a stock farm of $20.000 ca...

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 March 1904

CANNON FOR PRESIDENT. House Gives Vent to its Feeling Against Roosevelt-Members Nominates Can non Speaker of ths House. The national house of represen tatives on Friday indulged itself in nearly seven hours of explanation. accusation and vituperative delul c-ntion. and then ordered. with only two negatve votes, an Imvestiga tii tal atiairs. so far as mmnbers Of the House are concern ed. by a special committee of seven members. to the appointed by the Sleaker. who. likewise. are to ex amine into the origin of ilristow re port so far as it concerns members of the House. The demand of the 1mmoritv for a sweepmlg mvcsti gatlon of every brarch of the post otc-departmnert wa,; no(t g td The test on this (uestion came on a vote. which resulted 14-4 to 12-. a str:ct party vote. The climax of the day was reach ed when Representative William Alden Smith. of Michigan. con demned every executive department of the Government. for its arrogant treatment of the only branch of the Government in dir...

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 March 1904

E. H. AIULL, F-DITOR. T!ie l oew i olles from the state treasurer that the state is facing another large dencit. The license on franchises, which was expected to pull about a hundred thousand from corporations. will not be avail able this year and since the appro priations are considerably more than last vear a deficit is inevita ble. It is a natural consequence of ex travagant appropriations. .\ state as small and as poor as South Carolina. with a larg,e maiority of its population negrcs. that vItes away S.z;oo for a private school 14-oo for schoo libraries which the schools themselves cou(l get if they appreciatel such things eiou!g for them to be ot.any value. and that votes enormous sums to "high er education" and to every other object that asks. may expect to have a deficit. even with a five mill levv.-Observer. It is unfortunate that the state is facing another deficit but that has been true for several years. It is strange that when we come to talk of extravagant appropria ti...

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 March 1904

THE COUNTY CHAIN GANG. Statements From Mr. B. E. Kcon In De fense of H s Brother And Attacking Testimony Taken In Investiga tion on Wednesday. .ir. Butler E. K on. at reet a member of the city police Irce. a brother of the late Air. 1'in. .!. Koon. against whom, as guard of the chain gang several of the .charges of cruelty to convicts were made in the testimonv taken 1 Referee F. H1. Dominick on last Wednesday. .Ar. iutler E. Koon was himself a guard on the county chain gang for four years. up until )ecember. 1902. having preceded his brother as guard. Fr,)m the knowledige of the wo-)rkings of the garg gained during his f-u1 years' service as gtua r(i. and' inl defense of his brther, he desitres am requests space to make a few statements in rererence to the testinyt)m taken at the investigation on Wednesday. His statements are as follows: The members of the gang, are as low characters as there are on earth. but during the time I was with the gang as guard they were treated as kindly...

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 March 1904

RICH OSAE INDIANS. They Have $8 536 000 In the United States Treasury Which they Want to Get The ()sage Indians. of ()klaha ma. want their monye. say: a 'Wash ington letter to theNews am' Cour ier. On the b,)oks of the United States treasury the sum of S8.;36. ooo stands t. their credit. and the.y have sent a delegation t , Washink. tol to ask that it be iivided up among th'em. Ip to the p)ro.nu tille lith 1vcave received only tie in terIv. Prnesidwem. RAsel he coul do. When he inquired what the O-a-es needed the caJh for, one of the ch-efs replied tat ther were Imch! ; ned 1f anon: o biles. Thi' \waS a ioke. of couu. ut there ~ 1c isral "i reaso, whly tic Osag.s shoul no have biles if they vant them. It is an old sorV 11at 1Icy are the richest peopl in the wi rl. Evryv yo : Woman in the rl'e is an heiress M her own right an( each buck. squaw and child is worth not far irom Sio.ooo. Every individua among them owns 76 ares of lan -1 or considerably over a square mile. worth at the le...

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 March 1904

FOR THE CHILDREN. Some Nice Tricks Which Might be Played On the Approaching "April Fool's Day." "But how do you fool them?* asked .\argy. She was a very little girl-not six years old--and she looked up to Edgar. who was twelve, as an ex tremely wise person. "You make 'em think things are different from what they are," said Edgar. "Only, of course, you d -n't tell fibs. And when they find otb they're tricked. you call "April fool!: It's lots o' fun." "It must be." said largy, eager ly. "I mean to try it." Edgar looked at his sister. Some war. altho it was -lots o' fun" for hinm. he did not like to think of Margy teasing her friends. and laughing at their disappointlent. "Oh. you're too little." he said. \iamma told me one wasn't ever too 'ittle to help others," Margy declared. Edgar wAs so puzzled by this speecn. that he made no further renark. When the Wheaton family came into the dining-room. on the first of April, 'Mamma was saying: "I am so tired of that baked apple every morning...

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. — 15 March 1904

DESERTED HIS WIFE FOR HER SISTER FRED DOMINICK. OF GARYS, ELOPES WITH WIFE'S YOUNGER SISTER. His Wife Now at Her Fathe 's, Oswald Bishop's With Two Small Children. There\\I) wa-nNwery yecte dIy a 1ray-lared and heart-brke II x1,' t. 1. !e knew n 1 whethker ti. see to bring h1i daughter and Dominiek back or to lt the- go th-ir wa.' His hair wa: to., gray. he said. zo seek to bring them back an<i to use stringent measures against the young maii. and yet-he knew not what to do. Fred Dominick and his wife. Mary E. Dominick, lived at Garys, within one hundred yards oft the wife's father. Oswald Bishop. Having rented a one-horse farm some time ago, about the first of this year,The had moved his wife and two small children, aged about 4 and 2 years respectively. on this place. Carrie Bishop. the young sister of his wife, about 16 years of age. lived with her father. On Sunday a' week ago Domi nick carried his wife and his wife's sister to Bluford Bishop's. a brother ,of his wife's fathe...

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. — 18 March 1904

el ate VOL.gXL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY. MARCII 18. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR WILL BORROW IN APRIL. The State Spends' Its Money Before It Is in Hand-Will Borrow Up To Legal Limit. Columbia. .March TO.-It is rath er a curious conientary upon the finances of the state that the borrow in of money- will have to begin as early as April. This (toes not mean that the state is embarrassed or that it4vill not meet its just an( proper obligations, but it means that the state .spends its money before it is actually in hand. T he expectation is that the state pensions to Confed erate soldiers will be paid during the latter part of April. and when ever these pensions are paid the state will have to borrow. The statutes allow the borrowing of S200.ooo. with which to meet the payment of pensions. and at least.1 half. and very probably all, of this fund will have to be borrowed and interest paid on it until next year. Moreover, it will not be long before the state will have to borrow...

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. — 18 March 1904

BIG R. R. TRUST OVERTHROWN. Final Decision By the United States Supreme Court Against the Northern Securities Company. Washington. Mlarch it'.-In the United States Supreme Court, on Monday an (pinion was delivered in the merger case of the Northern Securities Company versus the United States in favor (f the gov ernment's contention that the mer ger was illegal. The opinion uif the court was handed down by Justice Harlan. and it upheld the decree of the Circuit Court for the district of Minnestota in every particular. Four of the Justices dissented from the five constituting the majority. The division in the Court was due to a difference of opinion as to the right of Federal control of state corporations. The majority opin ion preceeded on the theory that Congress has a right under the con stitution to control inter-state com merce, no matter by whom conduci ed, while the minority or dissent ing opinoion was based on the the ory that in the present case the effort is to regulate the ...

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. — 18 March 1904

BACHMAN CHAPEL LETUR. The Scarcity of Labor and the Cause of This Scarcity-Other Matters of In terest-Personal. Slighs. March 17.-A consider able hail storm passed through this section 1a;t 'Monday morning at ahnut 4 o clock. MIrs. 1-1. R. Epps has returned rm ong Lane atter a seven weks' stay with her daughter. NIr. N. 1. Gallnan. who has been clerking in Columbia for the past -ew months is now at home. Mr. E. S. Franklin has bee-n con fined to his room ior the past two weeks with grip. but is now consid erably improved. if -ou have anv husiness with the county board of supervisors of registration you will rnd then in the court house 0!n eVerV first _Mon day except during a term of court. when the\ will be in the clerk of c.urt's ofice. The chain gang investigation is like many other things-it only shows up the worngs that have been perpetrated and does not find a way to right those wrongs. I predict that this investigation will turn out iust abou- like the sewerage inves tigation;...

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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