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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 17 May 1904

CASE OF INFANTICIDE. Dead Negro Baby Placed On Train Here And Carried To Prosperity. A telescope contain'g a negro baby which 1had lived only a few days after its birth, and whose skull had been crushed and neck broken. was placed on the blind baggage of the Southern's night passenger train. No. 16. while the train was at the New berry depot at r.4o on Saturday night, and was taken to Prosperity where, the gruesome contents of the telescope having been discovered. it was turned over to the police authori ties there. A negro woman was placed tuner arrest here by the police authorittes Sniday afternoon. suspicioni hav ing pointed to her as the <me who placed the telecsope on the train. It is known. however. that lhc is not the mother ._i the baby. It appears. from the facts obtain able, that the woman got on the train while it was at the depot. de posited' the telescope on the front piatform of the baggage car. ana then 'jumped off. The trainmen saw her suspicious action, but concl...

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. — 20 May 1904

tenil aaL 1te. VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR THE SESSION OF THE STITE CONVENTION DELEGATES CHOSEN WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS. A Strong And Creditable Body-The Delegates and ThL Conserva tive Platform. The democratic st'te convention met in Columbia on"Weanesday. It was a strong and rdpresentative body. The sentiment of the conv-ntion wab largely in favor of Parker for the presidential -nomination and the dele gates chosen are, without exceptiota, Parker men with the present lights before them, but there were no in structions and the delegates will go to St. Louis to act as they see best for the interests of the party. The unit rule was adopted. which means that, unless there is a ver. materiil change in the situation. Sorili Carolina's vote in the conveit will be cast sodily for Parker. Senator Tillman. Governor Hey ward. Mayor R. Goodwyn Rhett and General Wilie Jones were chosen delegates at large. The convention w s called to order in ...

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. — 20 May 1904

A Confederate Note. The following poem has been printed in southern newspapers. It was found written on the back of a $500 bill, presented to the young lady by the author, Major S. A. Jones, o Mississippi. Representing nothing on God's earth new, And naght in the waters below it As the- pledge of a nation that's dead and gone, Keep it. dear friend. and show it. Show it to those who will lend an ear To the tale this trifle can tell: Oi Liberty born of the patriot's dream, Of a storm-cradled nation that fell. Too poor to possess the precious ore. And too much of a stranger t.. hr row, She issued today her promise to pay, And hoped to redeem on the mor row. The days rolled on, and weeks be came years. But our coffers are empty still: Coin was so scarce. that the Treas'r' quake If a,dollar should drop in the till. But the faith that was in us was strong indeed, And our poverty well we discerned: And this little check represets the pay That our suffering veterans earnea. We know it hardl...

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. — 20 May 1904

NERVOUS BREAKDOWNS. Something About the Life and Health of Girls. Baltimore Sun. Among the medical magazines oi zhe past month no article is better worth the att-!ntion of well-to-do fam ilies than Dr. James H. McBride's <contribution to "The Alienist and Neuroogist" on "The Life and Health of our Girls." In it he makes dear why it is that nervous break -downs are most frequent precisely among the classes which have ap parently the least to worry about. and show a striking tendency to in crease as we go away from the plain living of our ancestors. In his brieT his position is as follows: "The girls of the present day who are brought up under more comfort able conditions than their grandmoth ers have gained much. no doubt, in the change of conditions: but they have lost something in that in many homes there is less of healthy exei eise, less of that kind of work that ,developed the body and also develop ed simple and healthy tastes. There is as a result of this poorer physical dev...

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. — 20 May 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry. S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY MAY 20. We are in receipt of a short not from our friend judge J. Mi. Crossor of Texas. 11is note is dated Mlay T It concluded by saving: I "' S years old tomorrow." S, ,n la, Thursday our good friend celebrate his Soth birthday. The llera:d an News wishes him many returns an good health and properity. WVe hope also that he may nud tinl to continue his leters to The lleral and News. dealing with the Newber rv of the long ago. They have bee greatly enjoyed by our reader.,. Voun and uld. Every-Day Heroes. Nine dead, eight injured-and a] either of the postal service or rail road men. That is the sanguinary rol of death of the Danville catastroph on the Southern railway last even ing. And it is a roll of honor. toc Through all of the dangers and risk that-are unavoidable in this comple: civilization of burs there are non that call for so great a display of coc daring and nerve as those whic...

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. — 20 May 1904

. - GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside tht State. Admiral Johnson. commander oi the Boston. navy yard. will soon be retired on account of age. Newton C. Blanchard was inaugu rated on londay as governor o1 Louisiana. In his inaugural addres! he touched on the subjects of lynch ings. saying they would not be per. mitted Under any circumstances it i was possible for the miitarv. umdei the command of the governor, to prevent it. The Nlor-)s. who attacked a de tachnien of :\ nerik:.n irtiis In IIh PhOlipp;n I,s:- lav-d Sn.in. killinlg two Iicers and a ninber of men may hIe severely punihed by '\lajoi General ieinar \\ d. who ', marching on the band with a ioret "f 450 oieer. alid men. The plant tof the Atgista l.venin Herald was completely de;troyed b ;Ire on Monday night. The Herald: complete outft of linotypes. presseb etc.. was destryed. The Herald wil b issued from the Chronicle's offc< until a new plant can be obtained. In a recent primary in Fl...

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. — 20 May 1904

.WBERRY COLLEGE. Annual Commencement Exercises To Begin June 5th. The commencement exercises of Newberry college will begin this year on Sunday, the fifth of June, and will close on the following Wednesday night. The program has been arranged and the many distinguished speakers have all accepted the invitations and will be present. The program is as follows: Sunday June 5, 11 a. m.-Baccalau reate sermon by the Rev. W. H. Dunbar, D. D., of Baltimore. Sunday, June 5, 8:30 p. m.-Address to the students by the Rev. L. M. Roper, of Spartanburg. Monday. June 6, 8:30 p. m.-Junior contest for medal in oratory. Tuesday, June 7, 11 a. m.-Address before the Alumni association by Dr. James M. Kibler, of Newberry. Tuesday, June 7, 8:30 p. m.-Ad dress before the literary societies by Hon. M. L. Smith. of Camden. Wednesday, June 8. io a. m.-An nual commencement exercises. Wednesday, June 8. 11:30 a. m. Inaugurati'on of Pre?ident James A. B. Scherer, Ph. D. Wednesday night-Campus recep tion in hono...

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. — 20 May 1904

FAMOUS GEORGIA ORATORS. Extract: Frcm S-eeches of C:.. Ccr don and Major Black. L. L. Knight in Stnny South. This extract from Gen. John B. Gordon's great lecture on "The Last Days of the Confederacy" is charac teristic 4f the el :ence which has charmed enthus iastic inuhitt:des in both sectiwns -f the c :ut:-:. an(I the tribute which the soldier-statesman piy.; to Gen. Lee is i:: every n-pec, A.%: thv tf hi- ilus:riwus chieftain: "There -t..-d .ee--a- a mark of rt spect to Grant-in hest :mifrm. unbent by mi,fortue. ;aini:. by his example. the spirii . oi hi-e,ieate! comrade,. and !l::stratng :in is calm and lofty bearing thi v! t-lag - which he a:erwar!, a:mtuntce. hat 'human virt: l - ht M he .u, :: ': man c,amyitv.' had sen hint befr e in defeat as well as in the hour 0 triumph with the em:ltant shouts or his victorious legi, ns ringing in his ears. I was famiiliar with the spirit of self-abne:::ion with which he had severed his allegiance to the generai governm.nt and resolved l...

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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. — 20 May 1904

FARMER'S OIL MILL. A Permanent Organization Effected The Officers And Directors. The tirst annual meeting oif the stockholder- of the Farmer's Oil Mill was held on Wedmesday morn ing when a permanent organization was effected by the adoption of a con stitution and the election of a pet manent board of directors. The capital stock. by a vote of the stbckholde)rs, was increased from $30,000 to $40,000. This increase was made necessary by a greater de mand for the stock than was at first expected. The constitution adopted differs only in. a few minor particulars from that of the temporary organization. The following. gentlemen were made directors: H. H. Folk, New berry; H. H. Evans. Newbe-ry: Matt. A. Coleman. of Saluda county; J. S. Dominick, of Chappells: John *%I. Suber, of- Whitmire: . F. Cannon. of Newberry: I.. H. Boulware, or Newberry; George C. Glasgow, ot Jalapa; Dr. W. D. Senn. of Kadish. At a meeting of the board of direc tors,. held immediately after the ad journment of the...

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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. — 24 May 1904

L I EraW ant tA . VOL. XL. NTO. 91. NEWBERRY, S. 0., TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR THE LAND OF FLOWERS. Newberrians In Florida Who Are Pushing Forward In All Lines. Editor The Herald and News: Again I shall ask for"-space in youk valuable columns to say a few words to my friends in my native state. and my old home Newberry. in regard to Florida. and the South Carolinians that have come from the glorious old Palmetto suite and selected this fair land as their future home. As I have lived here for more than three years, and have familiarized myself more with the country, as well as studied the disposifion of the people, I feel as though what I may say might be of interest to some who know me, or those whom I shall mention in this short article. I shall say again, that the wrong impression still exists in South Caro lina that Florida is too old a state to offer any inducements to your en ergetic young men to leave the state that has oice been first in war, peace, and...

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. — 24 May 1904

FAMOUS SOUTHERN ORATOR. John Temple Graves' Eulogy on Henry W. Grady. L. L. Knight in Sunny South. With the single exception of Mr. Grady's celebrated speech before the New England society. of New York, it is doubtful if any production or southern oratory within the past two decades has surpassed in purity of diction or rythmic grace ot sentiment the eulogy- on M\r. Grady delivered by Colonel John. Temple Graves. in Atlanta in 1889. Even in co;d type. the eulogy retains much of the elec tric spell which captivated the im mense audience which heard it. Such an ovation as -Mr. Graves received on this occasion seldom falls to the lot of men. Said he: I am one of the tliousaids who loved him and I stand with the mil lions who lament his death. I loved him in the prnnise of his glowing youth when across my boyish vision he walked with winning grace from easy effort to sticcess. I loved him .in the flush of splendid manhoooa when a nation hung upon his words: and now with the dross of hum...

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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. — 24 May 1904

NOW DOWN, BUT UP. Dr. Scherer's Step To Greater Use fulness And More Far Reach ing Influence. 'ditor Herald and News: Speak ing of the approaching inaugration -o Dr. J. A. B. Scherer as president of Newberry college. The Herala and News of Friday last truly says: "The press throughout the state has been vinanimous in praise of Dr. Scherer and in recommending his t ness for the position he will occupy. Well known as a preacher, as ZI orator, as an earnest and sincere worker. as a successful author ana as a noble gentleman. it may be saia that Newberry college is truly to be congratulated on the prospect of hav ing such : man at its head. In prais,, oIf him who will step down on this ocasion from the positi: n he has so adorned for ten years it is f,lt no words are adeq(tate. Pardon me iol calling atten:i,n t.: the phrase. which might be misut. (erstood. I speak of it. in no spirit of criticism. for I fully agree with the thought evidently in the mind of the writer that the highest an...

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. — 24 May 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, MAY 24. As to Senator Tillman. The News and Courier quotes Mr. Charles H. Henry, -the vcry capabie editor of the Spartanburg Journal.:' who was a delegate to the democratic state convention in Columbia last; week, as Zaying that "the same local and courthouse politicians who fawned at the feet of the mighty Tillman and responded to his slightest suggestion, and acted only with his permission and acquiescence., and loaded l-im with honors and distinctions, are the same men who ten years ago. and four years ago. and even two years ago. could not say enough of abuse con cerning him, and could not sufficient ly impugn his motives and malign his purposes," and the News anu; Courier remarks: "Mr. Henry missed the opportunity of his life. He was a member of the convention. and his voice alone would have prevented Mr. Tillman's election by acclama tion as a delegate at large to St. Louis, and...

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. — 24 May 1904

GENFRAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Cox densed Outside the State. A bill -has been introduced in tT Mexican congress creating the offic of vice-president and fixing his salat at $i8.ooo per annum. The Norfolk and Southern railroa was fned $300 in Norfolk. Va., la! week. for violating the "Jim Crou law by allowing negroes to ride i the same car with whites. The Ohio democratic conventic selected Tom L. Johnson as one < its delegates to the national convei tio'n. The delegates were not it structed. Robert H. Plant, president of tt First National bank. of Macon. G which failed last week. committe suicide on the back porch of - h beautiful residence about 3 o'clock a Saturday afternoon. The democrats of an Ohio distri< have instructed their delegates to tl national convention to vote for Cc Jamnes Kilbourne. of Columbus. fc president. This is a new candidate. M. Nisard. the French ambassad( to the Holy See it Rome, has bee recalled by his government and a open ruptu...

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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. — 24 May 1904

CZAR'S GREAT WEALTH. He is Said to be the Richest Man in the World. Baltimore Sun. It was reported from St. Peters- I burg the other day. on semi-official authority, that the -czar had given 200,000,000 rubles (about $ioo.ooo.ooo)11 from his private treasury to the Rus-11 sia war fund. Probably this is thelt largest single gift ever given by an individual donor to any cause. But the czar can well afford it. He is usquestionably the richest man on f ear*. Even John D. Rockefeller's j many millions would look small by ! comparison with his multiudinoub 1 sources of wealth and the vast treas are hoarded for him by his ancestors. for the Romanoffs were always a saving race. No living man can tei i the full extent of his wealth. not even 13 Baron Friederichs. the comptroller i of the imperial household. j The value of the emperor's private i fortune and its importance in relation t to the affairs of the empire may be;( guaged in some degree by the fact I that the Baron. his private secre...

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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. — 24 May 1904

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 24 May 1904

A HORRIBLE DEATH. Mr. Horace Brown Thrown By P Mule And Dragged on the Ground Until Dead. kile on his vs home from the field late Friday afternoon atter a day's work. Mr. Horace Brown, a young farmer of ide Ashford's Ferry section of the county, was thown by his mule and, his feet catching in the gears, he was dragged along the ground by the frightened mule until life was extinct. It is thought that Mr. Brown, when he had fnished his work in the field, had taken the mule to a spring for water, and was on his way to the house from the spring. He was rid ing sidewist. The mule became frightened at a dog and very easily threw Mr. Brown on account of his position on its back. The gears which had been used in plowing were on the mule's back, and it was in these that Mr. Brown's foot caught He was d'ragged along a roch-y road to his home and into the lot and then out of the lot again. The mule still drigging the unfortunate ian. wam finally stopped by a negro womaii. Mr. Brown was dead. I...

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. — 27 May 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 91. NEWBERRY. S. 0.. FRIDAY. MAY 27 1904 TWIOE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR BIG AND DESTRUCTIE FIRE IN GREENWOOD HALF OF THE BUSINESS POR - TION DESTROYED. Horrible Death of Mrs. Annie Mose ley-Fire Raged for Three Hours. Greenwood. May 25.-Fully' one half of the business portion of Greenwood was wiped out by fire early this morning. The property loss will approximate $133,000 with about $7o.ooo insurance. Mrs Annie Moseley. proprietor of the Central Hotel, lost her life in the fire. The fire originated, it is believed. in the kitchen of the Central Hotel, located in the building owned by J. & D. M. Spigel. and occupying the entire second story. The first alarm was given at 3:15 a. m.. by an en gineer on a Charleston and Western Carolina freight standing in the yard. The train crew was soon on the spot and the boarders were awaken -ed by them. Mr. R. A. Abernethy, who occupied the room next door to the kitchen. was almost overcome with smoke. but was able to wake Mrs. Mosel...

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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. — 27 May 1904

WAR'S BLOODIEST RECORDS. Made by South Carolina and Penn sylvania Troops. By J. Colton Lyne.. Company "I." ist S. C. Vol.. Maxey Gregg's Regiment. The bloody records of the civil war show socme interesting parallels bet,%%en the records of regiments on the opposing sides. Pennsylvania championed the north in the contest for first place on the roll of honor. and a trifle over 7 per cent. of her quota of soldiers me, death on the battle-fields. South Car lina led the southern states and sac rificed over 23 per cent. of her mili tary population as it stood in 1861. South Carolina furnished the reg iment that lost the highest number killed in battle during the war-"Orr's S. C. Rifles*--which piled up a deat roll of 334. Maxcy Gregg's ;st S. C. Vol. scores 281, thus taking the sec ond place. Orr's Rifles was, however, a much larger organization at the start. The first place on the Unio; side was taken by the 5th New Iiamp shire with a score of 295 and the seL ond place fell to the 83d Pe...

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. — 27 May 1904

TEXAS SHERIFF COMPROMISE. Has Withdrawn Complaint About "Lady Postmaster" Who "Pulled Gun." New York Evening Post. The case of the Texas sheriff who appealed to the postoffice department ior assistance in dealing with a "lady postmaster" with advanced ideas on the subject of courtesy has excited country-wide interest. It will be re called that men who neglected to take off their hats on going in for the mail were promptly "held up" by the postmistress and lectured on the sin of rudeness to a lady. The mattei. however. has been settled in a most satisiactory and unexpected way. The sheriff has sent a long letter to Fourth Assistant Postmaster General Bristow. portions of which we repro !uce. After duly apologying for his handwriting, which "is sure scrawly and careless." the sheriff declares that when Mr. Bristow casts his eyes over the letter he won't act like a mortal man if he "don't stick out his paw and say. Put in there Bill.' " for "the news which I am going to pass out to you...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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