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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 9 September 1904

It. H. AULL, EDITOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904. The Editors in Politics. This was a bad year on editors in South Carolina politics. Editor El bert H. Aull of the Newb'erry Herald and News was defeated for the legis lature, as was Editor J. M. Knight of the Sumter Herald. Ve regret to see these brethren defeated, of course. But they are splendid editors, and they might make but indifferent leg-T slators. They can do more good for the people with their newspapers than they could in passing laws, and we hope they will be content to remain in the profession to which they do so much honor, and let politics go hang. -Daily Mail. The comments of The Daily Mail a few days ago upon the fact that what few editors who ran for office in the state in the recent primary were de feated has attracted some attention. The Columbia Record says: "The Anderson Mail notes th-e fact that what few editors ran for office in' the recent 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. — 9 September 1904

Miner's Cabin Suggested Sleeping Car Denver Times. A miner's cabin at Central C.y gave George M., Pullman the idea for the construction of the Pullman pal ace sleeping cars, says James Kelley, city passenger agent for 'the Moffat road. In the early days of the state, when Pullman was a poor young man. he came to Colorado to try his for tune. For several months he was located at Central City and Black Hawk and shared the hard lot of the early-day miners. Ex-Gov. John L. Routt says that he remembers Pull man being here. The arrangement of the miners' bunks remained in the memory of Pullman as many a night he tossed and tumbled in a six foot bedding. In the poorer cabins a six foot space is boarded in for a bed and two husky miners are put in side by side. In an ordinary miners' rooming house there are from six to eight bunks in a room; both sides of the apartment are util ;zed. The beds are rudely construct ed affairs. ind a few pine boards with 2x4 scantlings are all that are re quir...

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. — 9 September 1904

THE WATER-WORKS OF PARIS. Model For Big Ci,ties-The City Builds and Regulates the Entire System. Indianapolis News. . Notwithstanding the hue and cry set up about the quantity and quality of water every year the system of the water-works in Paris is considered one of the best in the world. Dr. O'Connor, of Brooklyn, when in Paris recently. looked into this subject and found that the drinking water there is as wholesome as any anywhere. He thought he detected a taste of creosote in the water and on inquiry he found that the spring water and that coming from distant unpolluted streams was not only filtered, but a certain quantity of creosote was thrown into it daily for its purifica tion A few words on the general organi zation of the water-works of Paris both for the supply of leaning, drink ing and also for that for manufac tories will not come amiss at this time when water is a subject of concern in all large cities. The city builds and has charge of the construction, the machines,...

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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. — 9 September 1904

PICKINK THE COTTON CROP. The Mexican Supply of Labor Cut Off This Season-The Earnings ol Some Negro Pickers Enough To Support Them in Idleness For the Rest of the Year. Austin. Texas. September 6. Thousands of negroes who have spent the past nine months in the towns in idleness are now going into the cotton fields to pick the fleecy product. They will work hard for the next ten or twelve weeks and lay up enough money to support them through another winter and summer in idleness.- - This is the glad season for the southern negro. It is the season of work and frolic. The fun which the cotton pickers mix with their work is of great variety. Old-time break down dances are of almost nightly oc currence on some plantations. The demand for labor, in the cot ton fields causes the average town negro to be independent just at this time. The house servants are treated with great consideration to prevent them from leaving to go to the cot ton patch. "What fur I stay here an' work in your kitche...

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 September 1904

A PRETTY WEDDING. Elborate Ceremony at Wedding Benedict M. Setzler and Miss Mary Louise Ligon. Mr. Benedict -\. Setzler and Mi Wednesday. at three o'clock. at Smy vesterday.. at three o'clock. at Smy na church, this county, the Rev. I C. Ligon perf,_-rming the errem.'y At about tweive o'clock th-- zues1 began to i.-enble at the home the bride's parents where they wer served with a bountiful dinner. A three o'clock the party assembled the church and as the strains of th wedding march from Lohengrin pea ed from the organ played by MiE Mabel Tilden, Miss Daisy Wilson ran the wedding bell which was to ar nounce the. beginning of the cer< mony. This bell was beautifully fast ioned and decorated and hung in th middle of the arch at the altar. The wedding procession was heac ed by four ushers. Messrs. Henr -Dennis..A. I. Sheely, G. W. Setzle: tan G. M. Hope. who took thei p.es around the double arch. The v4& followed by Mr. J. W. Ligo and Miss Virgiania Sherard,the bride maid and -g...

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. — 13 September 1904

~ell VOL. XL.NO. 93. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TU-ESDAY SF,I"TEM-,.ER 13, 1904 TWICE A WEEK] 15 A CONDITIONS NORTH. Many Subjects of National Impor tanc Discussed By a Newberry Man-Political Situation. Dr. W. E. Pelham, the South Car ,olina representative at the executive committee meeting of the Interna tional Sunday School Association, Tecently returned from Buffalo where he was attending the annual session of that body. While in the north he visited many places of interest and met many prominent men, among them being Chairman Thomas Tag gart. When requested for an in terview Dr. Pelham gave the follow ing account of his stay in the north: "Yes, thank you, I had a very -pleasant visit to Buffalo, in fact my trip, all in all, was highly znjoyable, and I hope, will result in large meas ure to the advancement of the great cause for which- our committee as sembled. "You will recall that I went to Buffalo to attend the annual meeting of the executive committee of the In ternational Sunday :Scho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 September 1904

PRESIDENT ROOSEYVET9S LETTER OF AGGEPTINCE1 DOCUMENT WAS MADE PUB LIC THIS MORNING. Questions of Vital Importance Dis cussed By The Chief Executive! Who Is An Adept In The Art of Self Praise-The Party Position set Forth. President Roosevelt's letter of ac ceptance was made public this morn ing, in which he discussed at length party issues and party principles. The following extracts will show the general trend of the document: Oyster Bay, N. Y., September 12, 1904. Hon. J. G. Cannon, Chairman of the Notification Committee, My Dear Sir: I accept the nomi nation for the presidency tendered me by the Republican National con vention, and cordially approve the platform adopted by it. In writing this letter there are certain points upon which I desire to lay especial stress. It is difficult to find out from the utterances of our opponents what are the real issues upon which they propose to wage this campaign. It is not unfair to say that, having abandoned most of the principles up on whic...

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. — 13 September 1904

(Continued From Second Page.) ucated American farmers. On the other hand, the debt of the farmers to the manufacturers is equally heavy, and the future of American agriculture is bound up in the future of American manufactures. The two industries have become. under the economic policy of our govern:nent, so closely interwoven, so mutually in ter-dependent. that neither can hope t.) maintain itself as the high-water mark of progress without the other. Whatever makes to the advantage of one is equally to the advantage of the other. Our opponents promise indepen dence to the Philippine islands. Here again we are confronted by the fact that their irreconcilable differ ences of opinion among themselves. their inability to create a construc tive policy when in power, and their readiness, for the sake of momen tary political expediency, to abandon the principles upon which they have insisted as essential, conspire to puz zle us 'as to whether they do or do not intend in good faith to carry...

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. — 13 September 1904

~H. AULL, EDITOR. Ent-!red at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. The Strike Settled. The packing house strike has been called off, and while it is announced that it has cost the unions several millions, and the packers more than it has the unions, it does not appear who has been gainer by it. Certainly the people who eat meat have not gained anything. It is up to them to pay the losses sustain ed by the packers, and the packers will collect it sooner or later. It is always so with strikes affect ing the output of any of the necessi ties of life. If the strikers win, and get higher wages, their employers raise the price of the commodity enough to cover the increase in wages as well as the losses through inactoft. If the employers win, it is simply the cost of inaction which the coristimer, must stand. But in either case, it is the public in gen eral thaf fobts the bills. No matter who wins, the great majority loses. Strikes should be on...

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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. — 13 September 1904

MAINE ELECTION. Governor and Other State Officialh Chosen Yesterday. Augusta. Maine. Sept. r.-Th< Miine voters today are declaring thAr choice for governor, for foui members of congress. for members o! the state legislature, and for count3 officers. The campaign has been a spirited one, and it is expected that a large total vote wi!l be poled. The poli ticians of both parties agree that the majority for the republicans will noi be as large as it has been in previow years. In the campaign the most impor tant issues were local, and national questions occupied a minor position. EIGHT DROWNED. River Steamer On Deleware Crashes Into Small Launch. Philadelphia, Sept. 12.-The Dela ware river steamer Columbia on its way-from this city to Bristol, Pa., last night crashed into a steam launch about ten miles north of here grind ing it to pieces and causing the drowning of eight of the dozen oc cupants of the small boat. All of the party were Philadelphians. The accident was the tragic endin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 September 1904

AUTHORSHIP OF "DIXIE." The State Librarfan of Ohio Conclu sively Establishes That Daniel Emmett Composed the Pop ular Song. Shortly after the death of Daniel Decatur Emmett at Mt. Vernon, Ohio. a claim was set up for another person in the Baltmore Sun. as being the author of the popular song "Dixie." In the appended communication to 'the Sun by Mr. C. B. Galbreath, the state librabian of Ohio, conclusive ev idence is brought forward proving that its author was Mr. Emmett. Office of the state librarian of Ohio, Columbus, 0., July 23, 1904. To the Editors of the Baltimore Sun: 1 Through the kindness of a friend, a copy of the Sun of July iith is be- t fore me. containing a communication under caption, "The Author of Dixie." Permit me to say that :among those acquainted with the late 'Daniel D. Emmett and disinterested parties who visited him when he was living. there is absolutely no question in regard to .the authorship of the famous war song of the south. Your correspondent claims t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 September 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. Mr. J. H. Spencer, the president of one of Charlotte's most prominent banks, died on Friday. A runaway occurred in Cincinnatti, on Friday. which resulted in the ser ious injury of Bishop J. M. Walden, and wife. Anti-Jewish disturbances have broken out afresh in Russia and it is reported that the trouble has reached serious stage in south-western Rus sia. Because her husband went to a ball game inst-tad of staying at home to mind the baby, Mrs. Charles Evans, of Monterey, Iowa. committed suicide. It has been decided by the com manders of the German navy to try the substitution of pertoleum for coal on board many of the government vessels. Another fatal automobile acci dent occurred in Pittsburg, on Fri day. A racing machine in the park ran into a light driving trap, killing four persons. The report that Judge Parker will reside in New York until after the election, has been denied. It is said that he ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 13 September 1904

THE COTTON CROP. Conditions This Year As Compare< To Previsious Years. The cotton buyers and weigher: of the county are busy and the nev cotton is beginning to pour in irr,r all sections. Cotton matured a L. tle earlier last year than it has doni this season for the reason that i was much dryer at this time last year The new cotton bought up to thi time in the town of Newberry, how ever, amounts to about four hundre< -bales, and the wagons are coming ii faster and faster. It is estimated that the crop ii the county this year will be betweei five and seven per cent better thai last year's yield. The cotton in th< sandy land has been injured in man] instances by rust but the farmers sa] that most of the rusted cotton ha fully matured, so the loss from tha cause will not be heavy. There ha also teen some deterioration in th rank cotton. The total number of bales bough in Newberry county, Whitmire ex cepted, for the year ending Septem ber ist, 1904, is 32,008. For th< year e...

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 September 1904

I VOL. XL.NO. 95. NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16. 1904 TWICE A WEEK] 150AYA OFF] Reslt of the Secol Pr Septembe Ralroad Hoi C omni'r. RBI PRECINCTS. 0 YoungZMen, No. 1 1161 34' 10 Oldt 's, No. 1 22' 8 Carolina. d 129 48 11 West End. ---111i 113i 2 Mollohon. . . . 39 3 Helena. .... 7 3' Hartford. ...15! 2 Johnstone Acad. 8 8 Mt. Bethe . . 23 11 3 Mulbery..... 4 15 1 Mt.Plasant. - 5 37 2 Maybinton. . - 4 11 1 Whitmire. 97 36! 1 Long Lane. . . 6 21 1 Jalapa. . . . . .. 9 11 Conservative. . 20 2 1 Kinards. .... 9 15 1 Reederville.. . 59 1 2 Trinity. ....34' 4. 1 Old Men's . . 41 9: 4 Saluda . . . . .. 9 6 Chappells . . 26 3 1 Vaughanville. . 18 3 Utopia. . . . . . 7 25 Deadfall. 13 2 East Riverside. . 8 2! Prseiy .. 107 64' 9 Saluda, No. 9. 191 201 2 O'Neall. .... 27 4 1 Swilton. .... 6' 71 Liberty. ....25i 2' 2 Monticello. . -.2, 13: 1: Little Mountain. 25 15 3 Union . 20 14 1 Jolly Street. . ;1 26; St. Paul's. . . 1 18 CertraL . . . . 6 15 Colony. . . . . .-- -.. Zion. 1 St. Phi...

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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. — 16 September 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES Items of Mor or Less Interest Con densed Throughout the World. W - Pope Pius received Archbishop Chapelle in private audience. Louise Droisner, a female lion ta-ner, was fatally injured by a lirn in Paris. Fred Strube, who killed his sweet heart in Havana, Ill., was sentenced to prison for life. The Hereros broke through the German cordon that surrounded Them in Southwest Africa. The biennial convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers was begun in Buffalo. The North Atlantic Training squadron arrived at Newport. R. I., from Hampton Roads recently. The regular meeting of the execu tive council of the Federation of Labor was begun in Washington. Arrangements were made for the holding of the national republican league convention in Indianapolis. Mrs. H. M. Flagler is reported to have been robbed of money and jew els at a lawn party in Newport, R. I. Thomas E, Waggaman filed an an swer in Washington denying the ne cessity of a receivership for his real est...

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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 September 1904

To The Women of the South. The following beautiful tribute to the women of the south was paid by General Roberts in his address at the Asheville reunion last week: If woman's superiority to man needs any proof, it is afforded by the fact that she was created last. He was the work of an untaught artisan; she of a finished master. In creating her, Nature profited by experience, and, carefully avoided the mistakes of her prior handiwork, she delivered a boon and a blessing, that realized the sublimest ideal of highest per fection. and this creative power was wisely content with its triumph, and has never been rashly imprudent enough to hazzard its fame and glory by attempting any improvements or innovations. But the superior of all superiors is the woman of the south. Her char acter is so grand that no eulogy can be extravagant. Indeed, the limita tions of human thought and human language make it impossible to do iustice to her worth. Without her our country would be a dreary wil derne...

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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 September 1904

E. H. AULL, EDwTOR. Entered at the Postoffice at New berry, S. C., as second class matter. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1904. Superintedent of Education E. B. Martin has published a list of the counties showing the number of rural libraries established under the Aull Library Act passed by the last leg islature. The list is published in an other column. It shows that in ten counties the full number to be estab lished this year have already been secured. In many of the other coun ties very nearly the full quota have been established. In Newberry coun ty there are three more to be had by some of the schools. We should be glad to see three enterprising schools in this county come and take up the offer before the end of the year, for after the first of January next the appropriation for this year will not be available. For the amount of money invested there can be nothing that will help so much and be of more benefit to the rural schools than a good library. The children of the country district...

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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. — 16 September 1904

Effect of Eloquence on Kentucky Jury. Louisville Courier-Journal. "The most peculiar verdict that was ever given in a criminal case was rendered in the Boyle circuit court many years ago, and still stands on the records of that court." said a lawyer from Danville. "R. J. Breckinridge. formerly attor ney-general of Kentucky. was one of the ILwyers in the case. It was just at the close of the war. Judge Breck inridge had been captured during the war and had been in prison for some weeks, so he was familiar with the inside of a penitentiary. The case about which I am talking was that of a man who had been indicted for shooting and killing a horse, the property oi Jim Harlan. At that time the crime was a felony, punish able by confinement in the peniten tiary for from one to five years. The case went to trial and the evidence showed that the defendant was un doubtedly guilty, and when the evi dence was all in and court adjourned for dinner. Judge Breckinridge de cided that his case was ...

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. — 16 September 1904

Russian Optimism Atlanta Journal. And now comes Russia, beaten and battered and on the run, with a word of hope and encouragement. What ever her critics may charge against her, let it*be known that Riisia as nation possesses optimism to a de -ee that is positively refreshing in ese days where the pessemist holds forth in almost unchecked riotings. While official cables come burdened with details and descriptions of Jap anese victories, from darkest Russia -darker than usual because of her reverses-is heard the hopeful voice of the optimist who dries his tears to announce that better days are com ing. Russia tells her weeping sub jects that all has not been lost. In fact, says the War Office, its not half as bad as it could have been! Cheer up, for Stakelburg, with his 25,ooo, has escaped; Kuropatkin and his vast army have an open road to Mukden; the Japanese are simply wearing themselves out. Such optimism in .-the *face of the pathetic scenes of bloody defeat is unusual even in ra ...

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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. — 16 September 1904

WILD BILL'S FIRST FIGHT. He Was Wounded, But Killed Six Members of the McKandlas Gang. Denver Field and Farm. Wild Bill, whose real name was Jas. Hickok, first came west in 1857, and drove an ore team on the plains for Majors & Russell in i86o. He subsequently engaged himself to the overland stage company as stock tender and was put in charge of a new stage station on Rock Creek, near the old McKandlas station, which was generally known as Rob ber's Roost. This was the headquar ters for the McKandlas gang. a crowd th.at had held together since the Missouri-Kansas border ruffian days and generally had things their own way. A man named Ficklen, and a number one stage hand, was the superintendent. He tried to buy out the McKandlas station, but fail ing to do this, he built a new one near by, putting young Hickok in charge. Up to that time he had never experienced trouble with any one, and was not likely to have fric tion, especially with the old station keeper, McKandlas, or his me...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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