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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. \l. M. A. Sto<idard 'z visiting in UTnionr. frienids in l.exingt li. Mrs. 0. B. Maycr is visiting friends and relatives in Lavrens. Miss Lola Lake is visiting friends in Prosperity. Irs. W\. S. Mann is visiting friends in Columbia. MIr. C. C. Davis spent \Wednesdav in Columbia. Misses Azile Pool and Linda Welch are at Chick Springs. Mr. J. F. Miller has gone to Abbe vile on1 business. Mrs. J. R. Eison is visiting iriends in Columbia. Mrs. Cole. , L. Blease is visiting friends in Columbia. with relatives in the county. returned to Columbia yesterday. Miss Ada Carroll. of Chester. is visiting Miss Maye Langford. Mrs. B. M. Dennis left yesterday morning for a visit to Charleston.. Mr. Theo. Johnstorie, and family. are visiting friends in Charleston. Mr. Eugene Miller. of Columbia. who has been spending some time 'Mr. Tom P. Johnson has returned from an extended visit in Charleston. Mr. and 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. — 16 August 1904

_oF.4 VO0L. X L. O. 80. NEWBERRY. S. C., rrU(7E.SDAY A-UGUST 16, 1904 TWICE A WEIEK.S0AYA SMINNA.. Begins WE Separate this big sale from all other sales rate this summer, as I leave for the great Dry Gi and shelves for our big fall stock. We've bee Sale starts August 17th at 9 o'clock. Black Dress Goods Sale. + : 5 pieces Black Melrose, full 44 inches wide, + . worth 75 and 85c., special for this big sale, the + - yd. 4731,C. 3 pieces Black Brilliantine, full 45 inches wide; you can't match it in the State for less than 89c. yd.; special for this big sale, the yd. 48c. 5 pieces Black and Navy Blue Storm Serge, . 48 in. wide; it's the $1.oo kind; take your choice - the yd. 49c. Special One Hour Sale. At 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, for one hour, we will sell fine printed Lawn and Batiste, worth 6Y4. and 8y3c., each customer can buy -io yds. at oniy I cent the yd. Now The knife goes deeper into the prices of all b * to close out thousands of pairs of Summer Shoe cuts no figure. Every ...

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. — 16 August 1904

.GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. Some of the Nebraska populis have bolted the state ticket put out by the fusioistS. The bolt is hea(l ed by Thonas If. Tilbles. callddate for vice-pre idenl -1n the P1,punIL t ticket. The report comes irom Chelfon that during severe nghting at Por .\rthur one Japanese shell struck the corner of a building in the place and killed or wounded two hundred people. Caesar Young, the proprietor ot a colored restaurant at Toms Creek. Va.. as the result of an attempt to burn his way out of the town lock-up. was roasted to death before assistance could reach him. It has been learned that the flood ing of the Barringer gold mine, near Gold Hill, N. C.. in which eight lives were lost, was catsed by a terrible waterspout such as has not been wit nessed in that state for years. *The engineer was killed, the ire man mortally wounded and a negro) employe killed in the wreck of a pas senger train entering the yards ...

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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. — 16 August 1904

MRS. MAYBRICK TALKS. Prctests Her Inncence-Some of Hei Prison Experiences. bik, msI,tly cincerned with her ex p--.ence- dingI her life iI prisoni T nerview de-'cribe' \1 rs. i\Iay -Alv i 1ie a ! cliea wltted. tspoken, mild le roust nd innot ay41attered either physical1y .r mentally. hougl her face ;s drawn as with rief ani( a:tiering. and says that she answere the questions put to her frankly and witht embarrassment or nervous ness. D)escribing the arrangements for re lease. Mrs. Maybrick said she coult never hope to repay the debt of grat iti-,de she owed Ambassador Choac Henry White. secretary of the Ameri can embassv. and other kind frienas and she wished it known how good the ofticials of the American embassy had been to her. As a practical recognition 4f the fac: that the United Stares immigra tion commissioners have decided tha1 she would be regarded as an Ameri can citizen. she said that Ambassadoi Choate provided a gentleman escort for her when she left Truro. To the intervi...

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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. — 16 August 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postofice at New berry, S. C.. as second class matter. Whitmire. Whitmire is a much more impor tant place commercially than it was a few years ago. and poltically the vote this year will be more than dou ble what it was two years ago. The building of the Glen-Lowry mill has not only increased the com mercial interests of the place, but it has added very largely to the popula tion. It is now a place to be reck oned with. The barbecue on Saturday was largely attended and the candidates were given a close and respectful hearing. The operatives are a clever and an intelligent communtity, many of them being our own people. They are thinking for themselves and the can dida-te who does not believe they are doing their own thinking and are go ing to size up the men offering for pub lic position and are going to cast their ballot according to what they believe to be for the best interests of the com monwealth, will find himself very much mistaken. There are...

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. — 16 August 1904

DECISIVE MOVES IN THE FAR EASTA JAPS GAIN ANOTHER NAVAL VICTORY. It Is Believed That a Final Attack on Port Arthur Has Begun, Other Events. C Chefoo. August i5.-A telegram has been received fr-m what is con sidered a very reliable source stating that a general attack on Port Arthur by the Japanese began at four o'clock this morning. It is believed here that this will be the final assault. The Mikado. it is understood, has h ordered the attacking force to take t I . tl Port Arthur at any cost, and it is thought pow that the Russians there F are in desperate condition. The Japanese forces will continue a a steady fight until the fortress falls. Chefoo, August i5.-A telegram re ceived here from Tsing Tau, Kiao t Chou bay. says that the flags on the - Russian battleship Czarevitch and I three Russian destroyers, which put into the port of Kiao Chou in a dis abled condition after the battle with the combined Japanese fleet outside h Port Arthur harbor on Wednesday, h have been hauled dow...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 16 August 1904

NEWBERRY'S POET. * The 'One-Eyed Horse" and His In creasing National Fame. S:i:pAy amiazin ,a; eet i :. the editorial c ,f the Iereena ville News: ..Who can tell the New e-hn ab-uT the "O;ne-ye-!" P et f New- h b-,-rry. wIhc i ing t cuge Fro t Level. 1alapa, i T wn and oihier s(ctions of ilhat ce miry!" with poetrv b) in hi' race fo'r -su:-:.,:pervisur.' a de ScrId inI the s9VCaI c1pied fr 0111 the New York Thee> this iornIing?4 And what sort ol an o!-ice is ,.su u d pervisor anyway: This question th-: (rcenville News. a South Carolina paper published in a a town le); than a hundred miles fro ii Newberry. asks of a Newberry poet of.whomil the haltlIim.'-e S.n ias said editor.ially: "A bard kand philo..sopher who has b the genius of the ' cn-Eyed lorse'. ouight not to be bur;ed in an insigni fi cant office like that .f sub-supervisor I of Newberry county. H4e ought to e enter the tield of national politics. n There are poets of less merit in the national legislature. Juging rom tr...

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. — 16 August 1904

ALL JEWELRY ONCE AMULE'1 Originally Connected <With Varioi Magical Practices. amulets or connected in ame w:n xwIth dhe m iclpraclicceZ and sp -ays the Chicago Chr.nicle, a cr ntA Pr .f. Ridg-r:ay. who recem deivered a ect re before the Br M pst peiple have the idea hat: earing of jewelry criginated in a .1 sire to display gems or minerals unusual value. the pro.fessor said. doubt that impulse had its inluen but it does not accom.t for the cu tom entrely. The wearing of ha bles has also been laid to the zei of the vanitv of the fair sex. The morsel of quartz glittered pr( tily as she passed. it was thought. al by a natural instinct she was niov to gather it up. to string it upon slender strip of hide for a necklace Small stones of peculiar form. col, or properties were, he says conside ed miracle-working long before thi were adopted as ornaments. In Australia and New Guinea cry tals are used for rain-making. t though the natives can -lot perfora them for use as ornaments. In Uga ...

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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. — 16 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. T.-e Movements of Many Peopb Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mr. D. B. Ctandler left on Frida: o :1end Smnel t iel at the expoSitin -on. J. Y. CulbTrcith is at Harri Springs. 0r. 0. McR. Holmes went to Bre vard. N. C.. on Saturday. Miss Mattie Sloan has returnei m a visit to Saluda. Mrs. Jane Tod(d. of Due ,est. i visiting Dr. E. P. McClintdck. Nr. W. D. Hardeman is taking ii zhe St. Louis exposition. Miss Kate Lou Neel is spendin sore time at Batt Cave. Miss Sara Spearnan is spendin some time at Hendersonville. Mr. C. V. Gary. of Florida. is visit ing relatives in Newberry. Mr. J. M. Verzs. of Prosperity 'Wa. in Ne,wberrv yesterday. Mr -S. H.M.: T-:, Sunday and yesterday in the city. Miss Florence Talbird is vistini friends in Prosperity. Rev. J. H. Graves is spending hi vacation on Pawley's Island. Miss Daisy Jeter. of Union, is vis iting the family of Mr. A. J. Gibson. Miss Ola Wilson is visiting friend in Spartanburg. The Rev. George A. Wright an< i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 August 1904

VOL. XL. NO. 86. NEWBERRY, S. C., FRIDAY AUGUST 19, 1904 TWICE A WEEK. S1.5O A YEAR THE PROSPERITY CASE BEFORE GRIEF JUSTIC REFEREE APPOINTED TO TAKE TESTIMONY. Strong Answers Submitted By Town Council and The Bank of Pros ity. The hearing in the supreme court in the case of R. L. Luther and oth ers against the town of Prosperity and the Bank of Prosperity, to en ioin the town council from paying a note of one thousand dollars held by the Bank of Prosperity, and which is a debt incurred by the town council in the erection of the town hall now being used by the town of Prosperity was held before Chief Justice Y. J. Pope in the court house here yesterday The plaintiffs. Messrs. R. L. Luther, J. B. Simpson. W. A. Moseley. J. P. Bowers. T. A. Dominick. and J. D. Quattlebaum were represented by vlessrs. Bellinger, Townsend and Haskell. of Columbia, and the defen -dants by Messrs. Hunt. Hunt and Hunter. of Newberry. After hearing the complaint of the -plaintiffs asking for an injunction t...

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. — 19 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. The Standard Oil c,mpany has de clared a divIdend o tlixe dwllars a :-har-. This is- the third dividend this year an(l is the same divIdend declared for the coirresp' nding time last year. The three dividends of Thiz year aggregate 28 per cent. com pared with 2 per cent. if the irm's third divideniid last year. Dr. John H. .\lAlden. president of the Alerchants and Farmers Na tional bank, tf Charlotte. and in terested in numerous other business enterprises,. and one of the wealth 'est business men in Charlotte. died suddenly on Monday. The postoffice at Indianola. Miss.. which figured conspicuously last year in a race trouble on account of the then negro postmistress. Minnie Cox, and which was closed for months by order of the president, has been reduced from a presidential of fice to the fourth class. The re ceipts for the past fiscal year fell be low the minimum established for presidential offices....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 August 1904

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR YICE-PRESIDENCY SENATOR H. G. DAVIS FOR MALLY NOTIFIED. Scathing Sarcasm of John Sharp Wil liams In Notification Address, Davis' Acceptance. WNhite Sulphur Springs. V. Va., AuguSt 17.-John Sharp Williams, of .\lississippi. today used six thous and words to let Senator Henry G. Davis. of West Vrginia know that thc democrats of the United States had honored him with the nomination for the vice-presidency. Senator Da-iis needed only two thousand words to accept the nomination and to tell the convention that he en dors-:d the platform and the presi dential candidate and to present his The ceremony attending the event was extremely simple. but was full of interest. It took place shortly af ter i o'clock this afternoon within a stone's throw from the famous old Green Brier hotel, where majestic oaks shaded the speakers' stand. The stand was decorated with patriotic colors for the occasion. Thousands of men and women stood about on the green applauding the sentiments...

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. — 19 August 1904

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered a- the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY JULY -9. The burning of the two negres at the stake in Statesh-r-,. Ga.. \was murder ,f the most brutai character -nothing more. and nothing less. The countv canLvaign is rapidly drawing to a ci -se and it is little more than a week ot"w until the elec-: tion. Newberry county is to be con gratulated upon having had a most pleasant campaign up to the present time. Senator Davis was notified on Wed nesday of his nomination for the vice-presidency by the national dem ocracy. This was the last of the four notification ceremonies. Senator Davis' address is published in full in this issue. It is clear-cut and solid, and will well repay a careful reading. ALABAMA RACE WAR. It Is Feared That It Will Result On Account Of Lynching of a Negro. Mobile, Ala., August i8.-It is feared that a race war will result from the lynching of a negro Ruins Lesseur. who entered the bed-room of M1rs. J. P. Hollis...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 19 August 1904

THRAILKILL SENTENCED. Judge Watts on Lawlessness in Sa luda County and in South Carolina. Saluda. A:-t :8.--When court c-onvened th i.- m rning the trial of C-,rric Green. which was begQIn yes terdar. va- cucludd. She was ntenced t1 the fenitenziarv for twelve ytars -.n the charge of ars'n. . The case against the \liiler boys and McCormick svas thn11 called. but on account ki the absence 4f sume material witnesses for the defense a motion for a continuance was granted. The notice of motion for a new trial in the Morgan XV. Thrailkill case' in which a verdict of guilty with recommendation to mercv was returned yesterday. was abandoned bv defendant's attornevs this morn ing. and the prisoner arraigned for sentence. In passing sentence Judge Watts said: "You have been tried and con'vict ed by a jury of your country of mur der. I am of the opinion that the verdict was warranted absolutely by the facts of the case. I think it is going to have a happy effect through out the state of South...

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. — 19 August 1904

- DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR VICE-PRESIDENCY ionti:d Frm T:in F Pa1e.1 nana cnventim n f the ii"minee r- tie presidi eucy. H e i- a in an is .7ourage. yet prudemt: f high idea-. yet -ith)Ilt )reten;e: of the most 'wholesomie respect for the constitu ti1n anid the miiajestv .f the laws 'in der it. and a sacred regard for their limitations: of the keenest sense of inuice, which wouId riebel against compounding a wrong to an individ nal or to a nation: positive in con viction, yet of few words: strong in mental and moral attributes,. and yet withal modest and reserved: possess ed of a sturdy constitution and mag nificent manhood, and yct temperate In his actions and dignified in his de meanior. It is not the .rator or man of letters, but the man of reserve force, of sound judgment, of conser vative method and steadiness of pur pose. whom the people have called Zo the office of the presidency: no tably in the contests between Jeffer son and Burr, Jackson and Clay, Lin coln and Douglas, Gran...

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. — 19 August 1904

THE SALUDA COURT. Great Interest in the Trial of Morgan W. Thrailkill-Other Mat ters. Saluda. Augiut 17.-On the open Ing court yesterd?ay the Miller b-ys and 31Carmick were arraign ed for the n-rder of the negro Tru esdale. and entered a plea of ,ot guil ty. Corrie Green, charged with ar -;on. entereda . like plea. The Thrail kill case was then resumed. Morgan IN. Thrailkill is charged with murdering Benjamin B. Burton at Monetta last April. Thrailkill's son was also charg-ed with the crime, but the solicitor handed out no indict ment against him, and the old man was placed on trial alone. The case has excited a great deal of interest, and a large number of witnesses were examined on the first day of the trial. On the first day Lecky Burton. a brother oi the dead man, testified as follows: Lecky Burton. brother of the dead man, stated that about 8 o'clock on the morning of tragedy the Thrail kills drove up in front of his store. He went out and said: "Good morn ing. Cousin Morgan. w...

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. — 19 August 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. The Movements of Many People, Newberrians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Mi. M. C. \ViIliS. cf Charleston. is v-'ting friend. in Helena. Dr. \\. 1.. Pelhan'. J,r.. is spenl(ding somi inime at Glen Springs. '\r. . Guy Danitls is in New York on a business trip. Mi, Lila Darnold is visiting friens and relatives in Saluda. Mr. and Nlrs. E. J. Jenkins are vis itii,g relatives in Enoree. lr. S. D. Schockley is at the St. Louis exposition. M\rs. J. H. Summer is visiting friends in Prosperity. Mrs. Jno. S. Wiley, of Columbia, is visiting Mrs. W. E. Ruff. Miss Lila Bradley is spending some time at Glenn Springs. Mr. J. Y. Jones. and family, are vis iting relatives in Columbiai. Mrs. C. J. Purcell, and family. are at Chicks Springs. Mr. and Mrs. j. H. West have gone to St. Louis to take in the exposition. Mrs. WN. H. Carwile went to Chick Springs on Wednesday. Mr. J. C. Wilson left for Baltimore on Wednesday. Mr. Joseph Mann is in New York on business. Mr. I. H. Hunt spent las...

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. — 23 August 1904

-9 was.: *VOL. XL. NO0. 87. NEWBERRY. S. C.. rl"UESD)AY AUGUS-;T' 2'3.1904 TWVICE A WEEK:15 EI ORGANIZATION OF AGRICULTURALISTS THE NECESSITY FOR SUCH AN ORGANIZATION. Argument of a Correspondent Out lining a Plan For a Defensive Organization. Editor Herald and News: IT writing this article I am sensible ol the fact that many. similiar articles have been penned and published with out resulting in great benefit to those for whose profit they were intended viz., the agricultural population. Nor -ao I enter upon this discussion with out a painful sense of my inability tc do Justice to this subject which I -consider one of the very first impor tance to those whom it most con cerns. The subject referred to is the organization of that great and important industrial class the agri -culturists. In nterest and xital con sequence to the world, this factor, in the censervation of all that tends tc -l)fting and ennobling its civilization is the most powerful and precedes all others. It is the f...

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. — 23 August 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Outside of the State. President Roosevelt returned to his summer home at C'yster Bay on Sat urday night for a month's stay. Four men were arrested in Atlanta on Friday night on the charge of making counterfeit ten-dollar bills. The plates and S3o.ooo of the bills were secured. A negro named Avery was lynched :n Cordova. Ala., early Saturday night for killing Town Marshall J. McNelson, who went to the negro's house to collect a fine which he owed the town. The officer knocked and the negro opened the door and fired upon him. killing him instantly. The wife of a citizen winessed the crime and procuring a pistl held it on the negro until officers :.rrived. A few minutes after the negro was lodged in jail. the doors of the jail wera bat tered down and the negro taken out and lynched. W. C. Windham was shot dead while riding through a swamp with two campanions on Friday evening. near Bay Springs. Miss. The shoot is supposed to...

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. — 23 August 1904

MR. AIKEN'S POSITION. He Explainic the National Law on the Subject of Immigration and Tells About His Bill. 1't1it-r: I have learned that ille ua: 'nal i1n1n1rati' a bill and my -ch:n supprt oit are suh.ects -1tin SeC.ti1ns of this district at this :...m.... S e those who see 'ks in the bill claim that its p::rpose is to bring in a foreign ele ment who would compete with our - mil people. A large proportion of Anderson's popi)lation is engaged in manufac taring. They have made this coun Tv Qne of the first in the south and the-: deserve in great measure the co.mendation of the whole people. I am opposed unalterably to any measure detrimental to their inter es:s but in a spirit of fairness we must irst he convinced that such a mzasure is detrimental to their in erests. Careful examination of both the bill and of my speech on immigration reveals not one line indicating a policy which is in any sense detri mental to the interests of mill people. The whole tenor of my speech advo cates ...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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