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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 August 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1904. FINAL PRESENTMENT. The Grand Jury Touches on a Num ber of Important Matters. The grand Jury made their iial presentment to tih general session c)urt i \Vednesday moTrilig. The presentment is as follows. To His Honor. Judge J. Y. Cul breath, Presiding Judge: 1. The grand jury most respectful ly present that they have carefully considered and acted upon all bilis of indictment handed to us by the solicitor. and have turned same itc) court. 2. The committee of the grand jury appointed at the last term of court to visit and inspect the public offices and institutions of the county submit chat they have complied with the re quirements of the law in regard to same and find that th'e boks of all of them are properly kept. and that all moneys. credits and vouchers ar6 in a highly satisfactorily condition. as evidences of faithful performance of duty: with the exception of the d...

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. — 5 August 1904

CONGRESSIONAIr eAMPAIGN The Meeting At Newberry And Other Meetings Thrqugh out the Count The congres-ional campaign meet ing for Newbery, was held last nighE n th:- court h'use. There was a good attend!ance o the. citizens of New berry. pr,baN.l- he-ween three hun drrd and f-ur hundrcd voters bing and th ' meetin pa''tl i, \'ird C0Untv Chairman S. S. Cuullng hanl presided oe-r the meeting. Speeches wert mail-: by Ciigrcssman Wyatt Aiken and his opponent. Mr. 1. H. NIcCalla. Solicitor Thos. S. Sease made a few remarks. His p ponent. Representativc Cooper. of Laur-ns. was not at th neeting. Congressman Aiken referred with pride to his recoird of two year. Il congress, calling especial attexItion to the work which he had done in in creasing the rural rontes and to his bill which passed congress increas ing the pay of the rural carriers. He made a good speech and received good attention. Mr. I. H. McCalla attacked the bu reau of immigration in this state, saying that all legislative can...

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. — 5 August 1904

LAW TAKES ITS COURSE. Negro in West Virginia Will Be Hanged For Criminal Assault. 0harlestown, V. .Va., August 4 George W. Williams., the negro who criminally assaulted Miss Laura Knode, a school teacher, near Har per's Ferry several weeks ago. was Tuesday afternoon t convic'ted in court here and sentenced by Judge Faulkner to be hanged on September 9. 1is~ Knode was on the stand ior i5 minutes and identified the accused. The case was submitted without ar gunint. and the jury after eight min utes deliberation returned a verdict of giy. A remarkable scene followed the annoukncement of the verdict of guilty. The spectators shouted. and the shouts were taken up by crowds in the street and lasted twenty min utes. The terror-stricken prisoner beg ged the guards to pray for him, as he thought he was about to be lynch ed. Companies of state militia guard- 1 ed the prisoner. DEMOCRATIC SPEECHES. Notable Addresses Delivered in r Fanueil Hall, Boston, Last Night. e C 'Boston, Augus7i 2.-Despi...

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. — 5 August 1904

MANCHURIA'S POSSIBILITIES.: -Resources of Country Are Vast, Writes Our Consul. It believe there is no place in the world where the wagon or cart traffic is equal to that of Newchwang. The carts compete with the railroads in a haul of 400 miIeS or more. writes Con sul Henry II. \l1ier. in the National Geographical Magazine. During the winter months. when the roads are 5rmly frozen. there are not less than 2.000 carts, each carrgV:1 two tons per day coming -,- the port. each drawn by four to seven mules or ponies. Some of :hese carts are from thirtv to fortv dav- on the r,ad. in order to reach the market. It is under such conditions as these that the trade of Newchwang amounting to nearly S2o.ooo.ooo per year. has grown. It is a mistake to attribute the growth (f this tr:adc to the build ing of the Russian railway. The rail ways are just begining to have an influence toward improving the trade of the country. .nd will add much to the development of the productive ness and trade of the...

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. — 5 August 1904

HIGH WATER. Horse Drowned in Streets of Pomar Yesterday Afternoon-Negro Had Narrow Escape. There were- heavy rains in the lox -er part of the count; yesterday afte inoon, and at Plomaria the little cre< in The town which crosses under tl tracks of the Southern railway, w high i of its banks. A negro, Jot Wicker. lost a horse in the attempt drive across the creek yesterday a ternoon. HLie was driving the horse i a huggy and the horse was carrit by the current down to the trestle at there drowned. The negro himse had a narrow escaped. Mr. Cabaniss' Father Dead. Mr. E. Cabaniss' returned on Mol day night from Shelby. N. C., wle he went to attend the funeral of h father. Mr. H. Cabaniss. whose deal occurred at his home at Shelby c Sundav. Mr. Cabaniss' many frien< sympathize with him in hiz bereav mnent Mt McLean Leaves. Mr. S. H. McLean left on Tuesdz night for Union to take charge < the agency of the Southern railwz there. This change is a distinct pr, motion for Mlr. McLean....

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. — 9 August 1904

VanA VOL. XL. XNO. 83. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUEST)AY A-L("rl,-T 9. 1904 TWICE A WEE.1.0AY R PROBABLE DISCUSSION OF THE BRIGE BILL CAMPAIGN OPENS UP AGAIN TODAY. Meeting Today Will Be Held at Prosperity-First Meeting Since July 7. The county campaign will open up again today at Prosperity, and will be continued until the final meeting at Newberry on the Saturday night preceding the election on Tuesday, the 30th. The meeting today will be the first meeting since the Utopia meeting on the 7th of July. It has been a long intermission, but thera have been a number of public gather ings in the nature of picnics and bar becues which the candidates have at tended, and the interest in the cam paign, while it has not been as great as during some preceding years, ha4 not lagged altogether. At the meeting at Prosperity today the Brice Bill, which played so prom inent a part in the last legislature, will probably come up for a great dea, of discussion. The candidates hav been requested by the citize...

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. — 9 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. Tammany Hall has formally rati fied the nomination of Parker and Davis. One man was killed and ten per sons in.iured in a collision between a passenger train and a trolley car in Kansas City, 3lt.. on Saturday. Seven persons were drowned off Halifax on Thnrsday eve.mnii while trying to reach the shilre in a small tender from a stranded yacht. .rs. Mary Murphy. the oldest per 'onl inl the state of P ennslvanI. (lied on Satuirdav near -Ale, dville. aged 134 v ars. Mrs. lurphy is survived bv hzr second husband. Chairman Cowherd. of the dem ocratic congressioal coiniittce. has announced the imemfber if thie coml mittee. South Carolina's represen tative on the committee if D. 1. Finley. of the 5th district. The 15th session of the Asheville district conference. '1. E. Church. South. was held at Biltmor laSt week. closing on Sunday night. Bishop Duncan. of SparLanburg. pre sided over the conference. ~'he A...

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. — 9 August 1904

PARKER AS A BOY. Slow to Think, But Firm When He Made Up His Mind. When Judge Alton B. Parker was a student in the Cortland Normal school. back in the early seventies., Cae of his best friends was Profesor J. L. Lusk. now principal of th- high :cool at Union. says the Bingham t-n. N. Y.. Pr-;s. Thev had many good times together. and the friend hip which was begun then has last ed through oli of the years since. During a recent visit to Albany. Prof. Lusk called on Judge Parker and talked with him of the davs when as young men they went to school at Cortland together. "*When Alton Parker entered 'che normal school." said Professor Lusk. "he was as plain a country boy as ever attended a village school. Noth ing about his dress, manner or school work would indicate that he would ever make his mark in the world. Not brilliant in his studies, without ability as a debater, he was outclass ed by dozens of other young men in the school. But there was one fac ulty that he possessed in a mark...

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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. — 9 August 1904

E. H. AULL. EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., -ts second class matter. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. The Brice Bill. Citizens" of Prosperty gave notice in the last issue of The Herald and News that the candidates for the leg islature would be called upon to ex press themselves at the meeting at Prosperity today on the "Brice Bill" -the original "Brice Bill". No doubt a great many pt.ple do not know just what the provisions of the original Brice Bill were, while they have a general idea of what its purpose was. WVe have not a copy of the original bill. but from an exami nation of the senate journal and the proposed amendments we would con clude that the following Section 7 is the original Brice Bill, down to the priviso fixing a tax of one-half mill on all c6unties voting out dispensar ies. The bill passed the house as it left the senate in all material points. The proviso or amendment levying the tax was affixed by Sena tor Raysor, of Orangeburg, and was adopted by a vote ...

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. — 9 August 1904

MaTH From the crowd + goods. There is n + matchless array c * thousands of dolM + once. We need i hand every day, ro BLANKET SAL + 100 Pair North Carolii * direct from the. Chatham tire lot goes on sale at the * 50 Pair All-Wool Blank( * ders, worth $6.00, to go a .50 Pair 1 1-4 All-Wool E pink borders, worth $7.( choice this week for $4.4; Don't miss this big Blan + Another Big Embroidery Sale. It's a fact, we sell more Em broidery than all the stores in Newberry combined. 200 full pieces of Embro:dery and Insertion, Cambric and Swiss, worth 20c., 25c., and 35c., all bunched on a big table, as long as they hold out, buy what you want 1Oc.y. + Clean sweep in the Sho( + Shoes and Slippers to be goods now on the road. LITTLE MOUNTAIN NEWS. tion-: To the The Reunion-Personal and Other- vention wl Wise-Deatbs. t J. A. C. IR Little Mountain, August 8.-Not- IErie Eptir withstanding the inclemency of the To the . weather, the reunion was full. Every- Iday Scht thing passed off as well as u...

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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. — 9 August 1904

DAVIS PLAYS POKER. Sits In a Game Every Night Withot Money Stakes. A Washington dispatch says tho should Henry G. Davis be elected t the vice presidency and afterwar succeed to the presidency the grea American game of draw poker woul of necessity become a regular institr tion in the white house. There i seldom an evening except on Sur days. when Mr. Davis is in his hon at Elkins that the regular poke game is omitted. An evening ma is received at Elkins about dini time. There is an outgoing mail ea ly the next morning. This makes necessary for Mr. Davis to devot the early part of the evening to reaC ing and answering his corespondenc and deciding upor business propoz tions that may be submitted to hir in the evening mail. He gets through all of this by i o'clock and at that hour he. the men bcrs of his family and guests wh may be in the house assemble abou a tabic in the ut>per hall. A dec of cards and a box of chips ar brought out and the game begin: It lasts until i o'clock, aft...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 9 August 1904

FUEGANS ARE DYING OU One of the Most Primitive F Fast Growing Extinct. The South American contilelt not. properly speaking. end in Horn. for a narrow passage sovl( miles long cuts across it some farther i,rth. say a Valparai ter 7n tle PittsbUr Gazette. foot tide -aces twice a Iay im Atlantic eitrance f is pa. c. vermg1. ana *ncverin.r dlangz. ,hoais a- a wili heast hears it: O n these shi als many a gai back bad broken. .\s we ad6vei te the we.;t the waterway stret bet ween t win ra!1g-s 'if ap'i m hills, covered t. the lmw snow in a dipping forest of Antartic h its :..)mber green seared at shor tervals by blue-white g-aciers uI push their frozen Iunimick; to water Cege ir discharge a ca. fron cliffs so high that only ai spray. toiched with rainbow hue. athwart the steamer s I Throughout all the year the roi southwest wind blusters past, b1 ing in its train-save for some S! deceptive calm-showers of rain sleet and a cloak of trailing i Such are the famous Straits of gellan, which g...

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. — 9 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. T. W. Holloway is visiting friends in Orangeburg. Miss Corelia Mayer is visiting iriends at Laurens. Mr' P. F. Scott is spending some time at Brevard. N. C. Miss Bernice Todd is visiting friends at Anderson. Dr. 0. B. Nlayer left yesterday far New York to spend a month. Rev. H. M. Fallow. of St. Mat thew-. was in the city on Sunday. Mr. Z. F. Wright is spending sonc time :n Hendersonville. Mr. G. F. Wearn spent Sunday in the city. Mrs.. S. C. Haliacre is spending a few days at Ashevile. M.rs. Rufus Senn is visiting friends in Union. Mrs. Y. J. Pope is visiting in Union. Miss Alice Cannon is at Chick Springs. Mr. S. D. Schok!ey is ii the city 1,-. several days. Mr. C. E. Bell, of Augusta, spent Sunday in Newberry. Mr. S. B. Jones, and family, have returned from Sullivans Island. Miss Victoria Reid, of Chappells, is visiting Miss Lucy Ligon. Miss Letitia Merriman, of Cokes bury, who has been 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. — 12 August 1904

VOL. XL- -NO. 83. NEWBERRY. S. C.- ERIDAY AUtGUST 12, 1904 TWICE A WEE] 150AYA SENATOR TILLIN ON THE OUTLOOK PASSED THROUGH NEWBERRY YESTERDAY. The Senator Loud in His Praise of Parker's Statesmanlike Ad dress of Wednesday. Senator B. R. Tillman passed through Newberry yesterday enroute for his home atTrenton after attending the meeting of the board of trustees of Clemson and the session of the Farmers' institute which met there this week. When seen on the train Senator Tillman said that the only business attended to by the Clemson board, outside of the regulir routine work, was the creating of a new chair in the faculty of the institution, that of assistant professor of animal hus bandry. He said that the increased number of students of agriculture and stock-farming made this addition to the faculty absolutely necessary. It is not yet known who will occupy this new position. When questioned as to his opinion of Alton B. Parker's speech he said that it was a speech remarkable for it...

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. — 12 August 1904

made unanimous with the heartiest approval of all your illustrious com petitors. Into your hands the great historic party of constitutional government has committed its standard with abid ing faith in your courage. your in tegricy. your honor. your capacity and your patriotism believing that under your leadership w' wi achi'eve a signal v rctor: hoping that your ad ministration will be such a fortunate. such a happy epoch in our annals as to mark the beginning of a long era of democratic ascendency and that you will so discharge the duties of your high office as to rank in history with the greatest and best-beloved of American presidents. Speaking for the *committee, with pleasure. I hand you this formal noti ication of your nomination together with a copy of the platform unani mously adopted by the convention. . In its name and by its authority. I have the honor to request you to ac cept the nomination unanimously be stowed. lay the nomination find fruition in election. 'Mav the Go...

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. — 12 August 1904

with the duty of enforeng the law to take the necessary nr'cedure to proicure the Juldgrnets f the curts i:he appr ipriate i nr:SiClicin co up led with the fact that the legisluive departm:enlts of sme 'f 'ur State IV ernmtut. as well a- c' ngress in the IM1ter already referret t., have. by legislation. encou1raged their propaga ti\n. Vhat is needed-1in additionl To :h1passage 1-f a statute revising the tariff duties to a reasonable basis-i1 not sO much other and dif ierent laws, as officials having both the disposition and the courage to enforce existing law. While this is my view of the scope of the com mon law. if it should be made to ap pear that it is a mistaken one, then I favor such further legislation with in constitutional limitations as will give the people a just and full meas ure of protection. It is difficult (o understand how any citizen of the United States, much less a descendant of Revolutionary stock, can tolerate the thought of perma nently denying the right of se...

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. — 12 August 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1904. New Market, Va. It may be a little late and yet in teresting to our readers to hav a little something of our visit to New Mar ket, Va., and the United Synod of the Lutheran church, the latter part of July. There were quite a number of New berrians in our party as representa tives of the South Carolina Synod. Among the number were Revs. W. L. Seabrook, J. A. B. Scherer. S. T. Hallman. W. K. Sligh. Z. W. Bed enbaugh. W. A. Lutz. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, W. P. Houseal. A. H. Kohn. A. G. Wise. Dr. E. 0. Hentz, Capt. H. H. Folk and the writer. We went on Monday with Dr. Hentz in order that we might show Dr. Hentz as much of Washington as we could in one day. * * * We put in one good day in Wash ington. W7e took in several of the public buildings. including the White House. though we did not get even a glimpse of President Roosevelt. as he was absent; the treasury building, where...

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. — 12 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. .Demented by the recent death of her husband, Mrs. W. H. McCargo, of Olive Branch. Miss., committed sui cide by burning. Aiter saturating her clothing with kerosene and setting nre to the oil, she rushed into the street and fought all who attempted to extinguish -he flames: Three men were drowned in Little Bay. near Willoughby Beach. on Ion day. The three men were out in a small sailboat planting seed oysters. when one of the men was knocked overboard. Another jumped in af ter the first. and the second was taken with cramps and called for assis tance. Then.1the third jumped in and tried to save his father and compan ion. In the struggle which follow ed all three men were drowned and went down together. President Roosevelt refused to in interfere in the case of John W.. Bur ley, a negro confined in the jaij of the District of Columbia under sen tence of death for the crime of crim inal assault. The pr...

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. — 12 August 1904

. THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN. 'Continued From First Page.) nor . levy the tax, if he did not think the law was being enifo rced. Alr. Kibler: Mr. Blease knows that the governor has absolute control of the tl)Tensary at present and the power to send the constabulary in and *: of a county. Mr. Blease said this was true but he wo-.ld never consent for the gov ernor to levv a tax on him. If the governor had this power there would be more candidates for governor than for the state board of control. Legislative Candidates. Mr. A. J. Gibson was the first of the legislative candidates to speak. He thought the most important question before the people was that of finance, and the affairs of a state ought to be run as the affairs of a prudent bus iness man. Favored reducing appro priations to state colleges as much as possible without crippling any of these institutions. He discussed the matter of good roads, favoring $3.00 commutation tax and six day work on the roads. As to the Brice Bill, he was ...

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. — 12 August 1904

THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN. (Conrinued From Sixth Page.) roads machinery until the county had the money to operate it, though he believed it to be good machinery and proitable if the county had the means at hand to run it. As to the errors in bills by the last legislature. the franchise tax bill had been under consideration by a special committee for a year and had bet prepared by the attorney general's office. He had read the bill over care fully but under these circumstances had not read it for technical errors. He had understood that the dog tax law was not intended to become oper ative until next year. dogs already having been returned for taxation as property this year. making a double tax if the head tax had been placed on before next year. If it was an er ror he was willing to bear his part of the blame. But if the people knew of a perfect man they ought to vote for him. He did not claim never to make mistakes. As to the Brice Bill he voted for it as it finally passed. with the amen...

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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