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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 July 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss~ UnIrte-e 1L.ong is visiting M1rs. E. H4. Atill. Miss Ola Wilson i-. visiting friends in the city of Columbia. Mrs. W. H. Wendt is visiting friends :md relatives in Charlotte. liss Isoline Wyche. of Prosper ity, i viiting iri-mds in this city. Mr. J. L. Hunter is at Chick Sprngs this week. \1r. C. E. Stunnr and daughters are at llendersonvill. Prof. ). D. Wallac.. of Spartan burg. is visiting friends and relatives it the cit%. Mrs. J. H. Harrison. of Wilming ton. N. C.. is visiting her brother. M\r. 0. McR. Holmes. Mr. Henry S. Kibler. who has been at Glenn Springs for his health, has returned to Newberry. Misses Nina and Bessie Carlisle are -spending a few weeks at the New York Chatauqua. Mr. L. P. Boland. former pastor at Graniteville church. is visiting friends and relatives at Little Mountain. Messrs. F. and W. Zobel, of Char leston. are vsiting friends and rela tives in the city. Mrs. ...

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. — 29 July 1904

cOL traWI anh Ntm. VOL. XL. NO. 80. NEWBERRY. S. C., FRIDAY -T ULY 29. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.50A YEA R NEW LIGHTING PLANT. It Was Purchased By the Commis sioners at Their Meeting on Tuesday Afternoon. The commissioners of public works. at their meeting held Tuesday after noon. purchased the new electric lighting plant for the city from the General Electric company at a cost of 5.go;. A number of bids were very thoroughly considered and a de cision reached only after the most careful investigation of the relative merits of all the systems proposed. The plant which was purchased is the very latest and when installed will place Newberry on a par with any town in the south, or in the country, in the matter of electric lighting. . It is expected that the plant can be brought here in about two months, and the change will be made im mediately. Superintendent F. M. Boyd says he will be able to make the change without interfering in the least with the operation of the plant while it is being...

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. — 29 July 1904

PRESIDENT ROOSEYELT OFFICILLY NOTIFIED CEREMONY AT OYSTER BAY ON WEDNESDAY. Addresses of Speaker Joseph G. Can non and President Theodore Roosevelt. Oyster Bay, N. Y.. July 27.-Presi dent Roosevelt learned offciallv to day that lie was nominated at Chic ago to lead the forces of his party through the campaign thi4 year. In addition to the committeemen from the various states who gathered at the president's home to witness the ceremony. there were a number of distinguished guests especially in vited by the president. and a goodly gathering of his own kin. The special train bearing the com :nittee and the guests arrived at Oyster Bay shortly after 1.o30 o'clock. When the procession reached the top Of the hill the committeemen and guests mounted the steps leading to the veranda and were received by the presiden'. Most of the guests remained on the porch. although a few scattered them &i.lves over the lawn surround,ng the house. Promptly at 11.30 o'clock Speaker Cannon stepped forwa...

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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. — 29 July 1904

THE JAPANESE SPIRIT. It Is Best Exemplified in the Patriot ism and Self-Sacrifice of the Men aud Women. Wvorid's Work<. We are g-tting, iew liiuh on the Japaae,.e character. and wvonderfully smer,n a;tu * the~ incid.- tiat re vea! Ph e her ism f the1r ldier and ,ailors i n srprize. htit the pi f -7 - crine that n:ove' all their pe ,ple is n,e"g t,- :iai%:. the wh-xl world w,),n,d:r. When .\dmiral Togo called f-r volunteers to mae' '-hip\ whih he wi.hed :d c!ozo up th- Rus.ian navy in Port Arth,,r. every man in the fleet re po:ied. ome wnlte applicatpilnZ in their own blood to go to what seem ed certain death. In an engagenlent following one of these attempts to block the harbor. Lieutenant Hiroso, when his own ship sank. leaped to inhe deck of a Russian torpedo boat, -and died there. fighting hand to hand. He inight have saved his life by swimming to a Japanese boat close at hand. And this spirit of self-sacrifice is not confined to the soldiers and sail ors. The story comes by w...

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. — 29 July 1904

X. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as.second class matter. FRIDAY, JULY 29. The War in The Far East. There has been veTy little news of a definite character during the past few days from the struggle in the far east. There has been no decisive ;engagement or even decisive move ment on the part of either side. and the present indications are that the struggle will (rag its weary length for many days. unless an unexpected complication should arise. or unless Russia. becoming over-burdened with her internal dissensions. should be come wearv of the c,nflict and end it in sinme manner. Reports late yes terday afternoon indicated :ha the complications between Russia and Great Britain. brought about by the seizure of British ships and the sink ing of one British vessel, the Knight Commander, by Russian vessels in the Red Sea. had been satisfactorily adjusted. Russia having met Great Britain's demands in the matter. It seems to be a fact. however, that very l...

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. — 29 July 1904

- GENERAL NFWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Inierest Con densed Outside of the State. Nine prisoners. two white and seven negroes. escaped jail at Dal las. N. C., on Monday afternoon. It is said the cells had been insecurely locked and the men ran past the guards at the door. Two persons were killed and seven injured on Monday night in a col lision between a passenger train and an electric car in Indianapolis. The locomotive struck the front of the electric car, throwing the car twenty feet. The first new rice of the season. seventy-nine sacks, has been received in New Orleans from the Teche sec tion of Louisiana. It is reported that the crop this season bids fair to be the largest and the best ever raised in the state. Fire on Tuesday destroyed the largest electric cable wire factory in St. Petersburg with the loss of about SI.250.ooo. A large quantity of cables and wires intended for use in the war was destroyed. It has now been definitely decided that the formal notiication to Ju...

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. — 29 July 1904

DAWSON'S SLAYER DEAD. Found Dead in Bed at His Home In Charleston Tuesday Morning. Chariezton. July 2S.-Or. T. B. .tc Dow. who killed Capt. F. W. Daw son. in this city. on March 12. 1889. Was fwind dead in his bed Tuesday T.OTnng. The death of the slaver of the bril liant Charlezt, n editor. perlaps one if the nost brilliait men who has ever honored the field of southern journal ism. calls to mind a tragedy which at zhe time shocked the state more pro f.ndlv than any occurrence since. except possibly the killing of the edi tor of the State newspaper. Dr. Thomas Ballard McDow was born in Camden. Kershaw county. about fifty-one years ago. He was pri marily educated in his native county. and at a matriculating age entered the Cumberland university at Leba non, Tennessee. There he pursued a course of medical study, and gradu ated with the first honor of his class in ,Q7,. Subsequ'ently he came to Charles ton and became a student at the Med ical college of the State of South Car olina, l...

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. — 29 July 1904

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED (Continued From Second Page.) not because of shifting conditions in the production of gold in the certain mining centers, bit in accordance with what we regard as the funda mental principleQ of national morality and wisdom. Upon the financial legislation we have enacted there is now ample cir culation for every business need: and every dollar of this circulation 1 is worth a d,llar in gold. We have reduced the interest-bearing debt and in still larger measure the interest I on that debt. All of the war taxes imposed during the Spanish war have been removed with a view to relieve the people and to prevent the accumulation of an unnecessary sur plus. The result is that hardly ever before have the expenditures and in come of the government so closely corresponded. In the fiscal year that has just closed the excess of income over the ordinary expenditures was nine million dollars. This does not :ake account of the fifty millions ex pended out of t...

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. — 29 July 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Col. Robert H. Welch, of Columbia, was in Newberry yesterday. Dr. Jas. McIntosh is spending sev eral weeks at Glenn Springs. Mr. L. XV. Floyd went to Columbia yesterday afternotn. Mr. Lawwso Kibier i., visiting in Atlanta. Mr. C. C. Davi. and sons went to Columbia yesterday afternoon. Mlis .thel lowers is in Laurens visiting friends. Miss Jeanne Peihiam is visiting friends in Greenwood. Miss Helen Hunter is on a visit to friends in Saluda. Miss Eunice lialfacre is visiting friends in Saluda. Mrs. G. H. Feagle. of Valdosta, Ga.. is visiting friends in the city. Miss Lillian Green. of Atlanta. is visiting Miss Lillie Griffin in this city. Mr. J. B. Boozer. of Columbia. was in Newberry on Tuesday. Cole. L. Blease. Esq., has been in Laurens on legal business this week. Mrs. H. H. Abrams is visiting friends at Blackville. Miss Edith Duvall is the guest of Miss Marguerite Cromer. Mrs. Wm. Johnson is v...

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. — 2 August 1904

AA VOT.~ TC E A WE X~O XL. 7O.8S1. NEWBERRY. S. C) USAY -k'('t:-T 2. 1904 TIEAWE.S 5AYA GENERAL SESSIONS COURT. Regular Term Convened Yesterday Special judge James Y. Culbreath Presiding. The regular term of the court (i gneral session for Newberry county convened vesterdav mrning. Special Judge James Y. Culbreath. of th< Newberry har. presiding. in the ab sence of the regular judge. who is ir bad health. Solicitor Thomas S. Sease and Stenographer L. L. Motte were or hand at the opening of the court and ready for the business of the session. Judge Culbreath's commission as special judge was read and the court immediately proceeded wirh the business before it. Referee Fred H. Dominick sub mitted :o the court his report on the chain gang investigation, instituted at the suggestion of the grand jury contained in their final presentment at the last term of the court. The testimony contains forty-six typewrit ten pages. The report of Refrec Dominick accompanying it has al ready been p...

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. — 2 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. George T. Ward. a member of the Chicago commission firm of Alex ander. Ward & Conover. narrowly escaped death at the hands of a man iac in the crowded exchange building in the Chicago scock yards on Thurs day. lie was pursued through the crowded building by the maniac car rying a knife. He ,-id found Ward in his office. and. facing him. coolly whetted his knife on his coat sleeve. Ward immediately fled. The body of Joseph T. Hammett. a private of the i8h regiment. U. S. A.. stationed at Fort Schuyler. N. Y.. -.vas found in Westchester creek. and a few hours later Corporal Richard M. Spencer, of the same regiment. was placed under arrest. The wounds on Hammet's body indicate that he was murdered. Both men. ;tz said, were meinbers of wealthy southern families and close friends. Spencer was not arrested charged with the murder. but was held in con nection with the case. He emphati cally asserted his...

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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. — 2 August 1904

SALE OF BEER. Proposed Revolution of the System Now Prev'ailing in South Carolina. Columbia Cor. Nw;o an I Courier. Under the rules and reg2atios in force and effect since the 'a:.s of Gover,..,r Tillman beer bottled at the di-;pensaries has been sold on a jirec .royalty without responsibility or liability to the state. except to col lect its royalty of 5: much per dozen bottles of beer sold. This royalcy Ms a:n'10nted to many thousands of dollarz and has been one of the safe and sure sources of income of the dispensary system. without any risk to the state. It :s now proposed by a member of the state board of control that this s-:tem is a direct violation of the laws of the state. and that the state ought to do its own buying. and that the beer dispensers ought to be placed on a salary. Under the present arrangement. where dispensaries sell beer, they pay a direct royalty on all sides. and make what -rhey can out of the bus iness, and have no fixed salaries, but the profit is entir...

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. — 2 August 1904

~H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2. Ths'e agaimzt wh(m. 11i e have. been 'br<,ught in c e.emem wVit th le excurKiiin .'t.eamier &;Geea S]ocumn dli-a..e. jn which hVnred o'f hinan livL- were loit. were ar raigned yesterday. it is reported. an in each ca;e a plea f lot guilty wa entered and the defendants were ad mitt --d to bail and will be tried lir in- the approaching October term i.ie court in which they are arraigneI .\ffairs ,f this kind can nit h-: ,,i fully investigated. Not wn ly hax the .-ficers of the law a du,tv in thi particular caze. but there is a miir pr sn g (uty uptin them ti See iii that by, bringing the guily parti t ust~ice in his case. if the disa!ter wa Casled by criminal negligence. t) pre V"nt such horri)r-z in the -ure. The counity h1a.; led: ahunidanlt rainl during the past several days. and th cotton prozpects are unOW gOOd. A our farmers want this year is a fai price for their p...

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. — 2 August 1904

WOODMEN'S PICNIC. It Will Be Given By Prosperity Camp August ig- Memorial Service. Prosperity. August i.-Live Oak camp. Woodmen of the World. of this place. was entertained 1 the niv-es -t evereigns on Friday eveningsz. Th,: friends of -(he chop pers came armed with "ce cream and cUke. a.d he ch(tppers heartily re! ished it. After re-reshment had been served. ali joied in a sociable chat. which made the visitors feel that they were ahavs welcome in the camp. A regular meeting was held to per fect arranginems f1r the annual pic nic. and the memorial services to the deceazed :;vereign. Mr. Samuel A. Hawkins. The memorial service will be held at the Prosperity cemetery at to o'clock on August 19th. when the beautiful ceremony of Ihe order will be used in full. After the memorial service the members will repair to Young's Grove. where the anniual picnic will be held. .he Rev. Dr. John 0. Wilson. pre siding elder of the Cokesburg district siding elder of the Cokesbury district mle colleg...

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. — 2 August 1904

PARKER STORIES. Some Good Ones Told in Reference;. To Democratic Candidate. Parker stories are scarce. There is nv public man about whom fewer anecdotes are told. This is due large -1y to his reserved life and reticence, ,although no one loves a good joke .-r a story better. On is related at the .~ndge's ex pen-. A very able New York attor ney. who was quite deaf and very sen sitiv. was arguing a case befor_ the cort of appeals. He dwelt at aengi upon a fundamental law prin ciple. Finally Judge Parker interrupt edi. would seem. Brother , that you infer that this court is not well verz,ed in this elementary law point. Now, the attorney didn't catch what was said, but he made it a rule to agree always with what the courL said. So, smiling and bowing, he said: "Precisely, your honor, precisely. You have stated that proposition cor recLV. The court laughed, Judge Parker smiled and the lawyer continued his argument. Out at the general store at Esopus the village wiseacres gather each nig...

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. — 2 August 1904

WHOLE STATE KNOWS DAVIS. Every Citizen of West Virginia Can "Spot" Ex-Senator. No man in WNe-t Virginia is so well known all over thar state as Henry Gassaway Davis. the Demo cratic nominee for vice-president. says Independen:. It may be doubced whether he conld call every man. wo man and child in :h po-pulation by name. but i: w'.u!d rot be wholly un sate to g::e- :ha: here are iew of either class who d. :o: fiel suffncient lv acuainte w-h him :o address hin fre-elv in any ;,ace where they meet. for he i, extI-i-m democratic in manners. Whe he travels on the Baltimore an( Oi* railroad. which passes throuh hi liis field of labor. he en.ior; a centcinuous leve from the tiI 'he noards the train until he leaves Lcoa do you do. Mr. Davis?" G morning. Mr. Da-%-s." w. Dnvis.it's a long time since I've e yo -these are the rattling -o.-cy -e- reetings as uas sengers enter n u s car. Anr the old geme : * rrv at a loss for a responIse. Ifhe cannot always remember th-e name cf: a fellow pas s2...

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. — 2 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. G. Frank Wearn spent Sunday in the city. Prof. N. E. A-ull. of Ilickory. N. C.. is in the city. Miss Nelive MleFall is spending several days in Coh-ih;a. S:enographer '.. M. Long is in the city for a few days. Mr. J. T. McCracken is spendIng a w-:ck at his home at \\hitmire. -Air. larry \\. Djinick went to aa on riday t.1 Mx pend several dav:. )ir. Arthur D. Tinuvn:rmian,. i Dvso!ns. Greew4:tx 1 c,un11tv. wVas7 m* Newherry last week. Mr Matt. W. Coleman, of Saluda county. was in Newberry on Satur day. 'Mr. Julius B. Boozer, of Columbia. spent the past severa! days in New berry. Mr. W. B. Wertz went to Green ville on Saturday to spend several day- with his family. Lambert W. Jones. Esq., went to Greenville Saturday morning on a short business trip. Miss Mannie Bates, who has been visiting Miss Pauline Gilder, has re turned to her home in Bat-sburg. Mrs. Thos. S. Sese accompanied her husband. S...

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. — 5 August 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 82. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY AUGUST .5, 1904 TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR A SEVERE DEFEAT. It Was Administered By Kuroki to Kuropatkin at Liao Yang. Tokio, August 3.-Gen. Kiroki has administered a severe defej to the Russian forces who defended the Russian east flank at liao Yang. win ning separate actions at Yushulikzt and Yangze Pass. The two places are twenty-six miles apart. but the two actions were fought at the same time. The Russians held strong po Sitions. The thermometer registered over 1io degrees Fahrenheit and the soldiers suffered cruelly from heat exhaustation. At Yushulikzu the Russians had two divisions of infan try and some artillerv. and ther re sisted the Japanese assaults vigor ousivy. Both. attacks were begun at dawn on Sunday. July 3i. At Yushulikzt the Japanese carried the Russian right and left wings. but on account of the strength of the main Russian position they were unable to press the attack. The two armies rested Sunday night. facing each othe...

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. — 5 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. e Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. P B. Varnell. who was highly esteem ib ed, was killed near Tarboro, N. C., on Tuesday afternoon by his son-in law, Joe Phillips. In a head-on collision between two n electric cars near Westboro, Mass.. h Pn Monday. fourteen persons were injured. one fatally and another prob ably fatally. Judge and Mrs. Alton B. Parker I have accepted the invtation of Nor- u man E. Mack to be his guests in St. h Louis on New York day at the ex- d oc.sition. October 4. Work was tied up on a number of buildings in New York city on Monday as the result of a strike by :he Builders Trade alliance. includ ing seventeen unions. Two men were held up in Central Tark. in New York. on Tuesday. and b relieved of valuable rings and several t hundred dollars in money. The hold ups .numbered five masked men. Fifty passengers were injured S eleven of them seriously and one pos.. sibly fatally, in a head-on collision I between two t...

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. — 5 August 1904

DIED IN COURT. Capt. G. B. Willis Dropped Dead in Jury Box in Walterboro. Walterboro. August 3.-A great sensation was caused in the court house when Capt . G. B. Willis drop ped dead at i :45 a. in., yesterday while sitting on the jury. The court had been engaged in the trial of three negroes for stealing a h(;g, the attorneys for the state and defense had tinished their arguments anl the judge had just begun to charge the jury when Juror Willis' head was seen to fall backward. A physician was summoned from Ji:st across the street but before he co-.l%d get up the stairway Capt. Wil- I lis had passed away. The doctor thinks the deceased suffered a stroke of apoplexy. which caused his death. Capt. G. B. Willis lived at Cottage ville and was one otf the best citizens of the county. He was in the sixty Lhird year of his age and leaves to his wife and six children the record of a life well spent. Upon motion of C. C. Tracy, Esq.. acting solicitor, the members of the bar consenting. court...

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