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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Hill messenger. — 26 January 1900
Hill MESSEN6ER.I I"l t0 the Interest of the 9 ;#pe^wdrti.e South. ... 2 WHITE, Editor & Pub. ? fC ^3^0*0*O4O4O*O4O4 \ Rock Hill THE (In, Afro-American Newspapers 1898-1901, ne.45#?? VOL. V. ROCK HILL, S. C., FRIDAY, J ANCTARF 26,1900. A Good Advertising Medium, B?tes furnished en aggjjgjjgfc Correspondence of general in terest solicited. SSaT Agents Wanted. oeO40404O4040^0404O*C< NO. 3. I? Of ill, ?j. proceedings of The House and Senate. 0>l BILLS ARE INTRODUCED -? , robers ^rc Working Hard and a ft* . neal of Legislation is Bein* 5ENATB. tr The Senate's morning j it, ! to the considera- j le tire hill introduced j v . ii::, which came over j cesi?n. There was a j '. !'s ? na rh>" measure but itt . " . j i by a vote of 21 to j .' L- : . . .:. : at llo'clcck and j :. lered was the wide j s&ssion lasting nearly ; . . . night session being j .. passage of second y the morning session new mils were intro Ird: relativ* to new school dis ;.; fi rid; Manning, to regu on mo...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Hill messenger. — 26 January 1900
CLP. T. WHITE, Editor ?t Manager Entered at the Postoffice at Hock Hillas eecond-ckt?s man xii acter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year.$1 00 rSi/v months.b'O Three months.35 bingle copy.r . . . ^ Io variably in advance. Agents wanted everywhere. Aviver ising i. t s ? .misl.ed upon application. The editor is not responsible for the views of other?. Subsections muy be sent by Postoftice money JI der, expresa or registered ieiter. Ah communications must reach us by Tuesday night to a? T>ear in the current issue. / on es prudence of general in terest is solicited. Persons railing tc get their paner v\iii please inform us at once and v\ e will supply. OUR AGENTS & Correspondents. C. O. BLACK, Ktacfa&imr. Pref, J. J. AvURS, Chester. . . D. wHir. HkMlviile. miss R. E. B->YK1N, Camden. Prof R. H. CJT1E3, Fodder, Vl-s. A. N. WILSON, Cheraw. J. D. D'MJfiLASS, Fort Mill. W. H. PAYTON. Rte einnor, I liss H S LEN THOMPSON, Lancaster EDITORIALS. Jle was burn*-! :n old Kestucky, Where th...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Hill messenger. — 26 January 1900
K^^St?h ia on the sick ' vv^n;i 0,lthesic:; list . , h- claims all of the **** * . f Chester, spent rf- i - f . ? :. \; oi \\ innsboro, r . ...... tn Lbenezer. i .. . u?k a Avilis trip : * Saturday, look oui ; ?i ... \V ; i; left I?%st Fridad * \ , imy, Kn-gs Monti. 1 \?jrv Alexander, of Vau ... .v. davs i? the city j : . ;.: (?jarease was on the ". Vt..,.. hui is able to ht !> V" took a fiyittg 11 ip lav IO see lils best i I passe d through i ut*? from Ker- ' Vorkvi?e, . < >f Chf?ter pass-1 ? . week en rouit A ?io has been crit- ' i\ eeks, is greatly j ?ii ; W v lie was a victim ?j iv eek, btu is able ! , .. -ruing q lite a pep _ . .;. rs om one ol' our !W j ?OWl?S. . , . v-\ ??Ii months old boy of : \\ - M . k Moorow died Tues I <.: pneumonia. ; l.Y. V n, whom ?ve re- ? il] in Salisbury, X. C. is. ?:. j vci v much intuoved. j .v-.v ?!.?_'??!. office has; been ..- j : t^eutatioa of another 1 . '.viii f?e ol much value. - ? : : v to chronicle tIie con- ! . - ??: the Me L...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rock Hill messenger. — 26 January 1900
Go! Even With the Government In the rank and file of the army na subject is more freauently commented upon than General Otis' extreme con scientiousness in matters of petty detail, .ays the Chicago Tribune. During an advance on the north line recently one company had to lie down at the side of the road for shelter from the well-direct ed volleys of the insurgents. One of the privates had dropped his haversack in the m iridie of the road away back, and, after the company had laid down, he cal ni! v stood up and walked down the road toward thc lost haversack. He made a fine target for the insurgents and the bullets rattled around him pretty Uvelv. "Here, come back here, O'Malley," yelled the Lieutenant of the company "You'll be killed." '.Well." replied O Malley over his shoulder. "I might jest as well be killed as have General Otis a runnin' me up hill and down dale and comm' over tc me house ?very mornin' and a savin', 'O'Malley, why don't you pay the Gov ernment for that haversack?...