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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1904

A C Wihtn Tiat ti an Ileent Uoilerived :by :lit eterm., JO1liuto ll 1 I swell olice III the courtst, Of aiot e-i" InI which hlej praised tle "1ttiny," int a 11;t1a , if finellined to niolan1"holy. slhould liavi a hili coltanitly hi inl his held chahli ber. (kjinillg the niht "a11 ir wake fully di1stir-he twak a book anlt read )Iu)d cooilm-e il'uiselfi to IeM." 'Tlere'1 canl he little doubt tutt in thuls i 1di calting 1an mpproprialte Course for1 aniy one illiett witi "constitutional ili aicholy" -- his own troble - lie was stating hils own practice. Maly a book the 'wakefuil doctor mnust havv tiuned over inl the silences of tle night, an1d this increases the wonder thIat a. desir to read aiy partlcubli'r work should take hhn out o*f Id unusually early. Gray mutist sIrlely havv beel a reade in bed. A maii who Nishied to I-> for everI lyllg otl sofias. reading "olerial neW novels of Crebilloni and Nitri vauim" utist have been familiar with the faes of l hi favorites lit the night h...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 5 January 1904

THE LICENSE ORDINANCE. A Meeting Of Citizens To Discuss The Mat ter This Afternoon-A Mistaken Impression. The license ordinance passed by city council at its last meeting has been the general subject :of conver sation on the streets since its publi cation. Some are opposed to:the system and there are others who, while they favor a license system, think that the scale of prices adopt ed by council is not equitable. A petition has been circulated and very generally signed by the busi ness men calling a meeting to be held in the opera house this after noon at 4 o'clock to discuss the matter and, if deemed advisable, to take action requesting couicil to amend the ordinance. 'I'here are very many in Newher rN who thiink th1at Ne%wIerrv should have ; license sytemu (of some kind. Iowever, tihe whole matter vill be Fulland freely discussed at the -ne_tin)g this afternoon Tiere were a wimber of farmers II Ile city yestelday who were hos tile to the ordinance oi tile ground that it interfere...

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 January 1904

STABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY. -ANUARY 5. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR EATH-sTRICKEN CITY OF CHICAGO. Sunday, Like Saturday, Was a Day of runerals and ,The Undertakers Had More Than They Could Do. Chicago, Jan. 3.-Sunday was a day of funerals in Chicago and for the first time in the history of the city some of the people who desired to bury their dead were unable to do so. The unprecedented demand for hearses and carriages would have been enough in itself to task to the very utmost the resources of the undertakers, but the heavy snow that has fallen during the last two days has increased their difficulties enorimously. The cemeteries were compelled to keep men at work all through the night digging graves, and in some of the larger cemeteries they barely managed to dig them fast -enough. The list of dead was increased to -8S today by the death of Leroy Rainbold, a boy of four years, who was severly burned. THEATRES CLOSED. Chicago, Jan. 2.-Tonight every theatre in the ...

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 January 1904

GEN. LONGSTREETIS DEAD. The Immediate Cause a Sudden Attack of Pneumonia-A Brief Account of his Career. Atlanta, Ga., January 2.-Gen. James Longstreet, sold,er. states man and diplomat, and the last lieu tenant general of the Confederate army, with the exception of Gen. Gordon, died in Gainesville. Ga., this afternoon at 6 o'clock, from an attack of acute pneumonia. He has been ill two days. Gen. Longstreet was a sufferer from cancer of the eye, but his gen eral health had been goon until Wednesday, when he was seized with a sudden cold, developing later into pneumonia of violent nature. He was 84 years old. His wife, four sons and a daughter survive him. He will be buried in Gaines ville, which has been his home since 1 the civil war. Gen. Longstreet was born in Edgefield District, South Carolina, January 8, 1821. He removed with his mother to Alabama iii iS3i and was appointed from that State to the United States Military Academy. where he was graduated in :842 and assigned to the...

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 January 1904

BACHMAN CHAPEL LETTER. Death of Mrs. P. L. Wise-An Enjoyable Dinner at Perry Halfacre's Communion at Colony. Slighs, S. C , January 4, 1904. Christmas passed off very quietly throughout this section. No acci dents happened, except that a ne gro, Jeff Ruff, who lives on Dr. Hunter's place, got his hand badly torn up by the explosion of a gun. Mrs. Nancy C., Wise, wife of Mr. P. L. Wise. died at her home on Saturday night, the 26th, aged 34 years, 2 months and 16 days. Her infant babe had preceded her to the spirit land just a few weeks previous to her death. Her remains were laid to rest in Colony graveyard or. Monday following her death, her pastor, the Rev. P. H. E. Derrick, conducting the funeral services. . Mrs. Wise was a member of Bach man Chapel church, and her whole life was a life of peace and quietude. She leaves a husband, one sister, two half brothers, two half sisters and a step-mother to mourn her de parture. They have our deepest -sympathy. Among my Christmas enjoyment...

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. — 5 January 1904

HOW MUCH TO ADVERTISE. How far to go with this thing of advertising is one .of the knottiest questions with which the busine man, especially the retail merchant, has to deal. It's a business axiom that the merchant who does not advertise at all cannot succeed nowadays, except in a very small way. On the other hand, there is a limit to everything and it is not advisable to spend so much on advertising that there will be nothing left to run the business with. As a general thing, the more a merchant advertises the more he sells. As for the exact ratio be tween gross receipts and advertising. it is, of course impossible to lay down any exact rule, but it is con ceded by successful business men that a retail dry goods, house fur nishing, clothing or shoe business ought to have about 6 per cent o: its gross receipts spent for adv-rtis ing. Personal unfitness, a bad location, a poorly selected.itock. are factors which spoil the best advertising and against which the widest publicity can ma...

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 January 1904

DECEMBER LIQUOR SALES. They were $2,000 In Exeess Of The Sales During December, 1902, at The Newberry Dispensary. The sales at the Newberry dis pensary last month were S2.ooo in excess of those during the same month of the year previous The figures for last month's busi pess are as follows; Sales: Consumers' price......$9.156.S2 Invoice price ......... 7,167.73 Gross profits.... ..$i,98.o9 Expenses.............. 222-56 Net profits ........ $1,766.53 The Prosperity Dispensary. Following is a statement of the business dons by the Prosperity dis pensary during the. month of De cember: Consumers' price, Si,699 6o Invoice price, I,294 20 Gross profits, 405 40 Expenses, S2 2S Net profits, $322 12 Mark Twain Hissed the Boat. The success achieved by .\ark Twain during his boating days on the Missis sippi river was due not only to the fact that he was a skillful pilot, but that he was an earnest one as well. A man who knew Mr. Clemens in those days told how the genial humorist once missed hi...

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 January 1904

A H TL IL L L. -THIRTEEN S'.VOR .N SLA;N BY ONE MAN BEi0,.i AN ARMv. A Scene More Exc!nz Than Any Battle In te Aunal. of Modern History-Ten Thou4and Witnessem to the Terrible Work of One Sword. To give an idea of what a beave man can do it he knows fencing thoroughly and but keeps cool and collected in danger we will relate a historical duel. So extraordinary is this combat that it would be held a romance had it not been witnessed by a whole army. The hero is Jean Louis, one of the great masters of the beginning of last cen tury, and the duel happened in Madrid in 1813. He was the master-at-arms of the Thirty-second regiment of French infantry. The First regiment, com posed entirely of Italians, formed part. of the same brigade. Regimental esprit de corps and rival ries of nationality caused constant quarrels, when swords were often whipped out or bullets exchanged. After a small battle had occurred in the streets of Madrid, in which over 200 French and Italian soldiers had taken pa...

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 January 1904

REA ! G IN BED. A Cuyton That Has Been Followed Johuis:: acidi I'.*--l .':<e in the CoUrse1r. :. ::. in wich lie chamber <tring the W:ht -ad if vake fully dislubd ak- a )bo an,d read -'and compo-e i:ssef to resL" There can be little doubt that in thus indi cating an :ipopr-iate course for Piy one aflicted with "constitutional mel ancholy" - his own trouble - he was stating his own practice. Many a book the wakeful doctor must have turned over in the silences of the night. and this increases the wonder that a desire to read any particular work should take him out of bed unusually early. Gray must surely have been a reader in bed. A man who wished to be for ever lying on sofas, reading "eternal new novels of Crebillon and Marl vaux." must have been familiar with the faces of his favorites in the night hours. Eijab Fenton. a now forgotten coadjutor of Pope. was accustomed to lie abed at his lodgings. we are told. and be fed with a spoon, but Gray's love of ease was not of this ty...

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 January 1904

THE LICENSE ORNANCE. A Meeting Of Citizens To Discuss The Mat ter This Afternoon-A Mistaken Impression. The license ordinance passed by city council at its last meeting has been the general subject lof conver sation on the streets since its publi cation. Some are opposed to the system and there are others who, while they favor a license system, think that the scale of prices adopt ed by council is not equitable. A petition has been circulated and very generally signed by the busi ness men calling a meeting to be held in the opera house this after noon at 4 o'clock to discuss the matter and, if deemed advisable, to take action requesting council to amend the ordinance. There are very many in Newber ry who think that Newberry should have a license sytem of some kind. However, the whole matter will be -fully and freely discussed at the meeting this afternoon. There were a number of farmers in the city yesterday who were hos tile to the ordinance on the ground that it interfered with th...

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. — 8 January 1904

STBIHD1865 NEWBERRY. S. C.. FRIDAY. JA"-,-A-RY 8. 190,. TNV TWCE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR SENITOR LITIUER'S GOOD RODS BILL. IT CAUS FOR ARBXPENDITURE OF TWENITY-FOUR MILLIONS. An Outline of the Provisions of the Important Measure Just Intro duced In the Senate. Washington, Jan. 6.-Twenty -four million dollars for good roads, to be expended at the rate of SS, ooo,ooo a year during the next three years! That is the amount of appropriation carried in the good roads bill which Senator Latimer ,of South Carolina has~just intro duced. His bill sets forth an elabor-. ate scheme for federal aid of the good roads movement, for which p.urpose he proposes to establish in the department of agriculture a bureau to be known as the bureau of public highways. The object of this bureau, accord ing to the terms of the bill, shall be to co-operate with the various States in the improvement and con struction of permanent public roads in accordance with the scheme set forth in detail in the bill. This burea...

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. — 8 January 1904

spectful request to council to repeal the ordinance in toto or in part. He was not here as a kicker, though Col. Schumpert might be. CO.. Schumpert said he could be called one of the kickers if it was so desired. The meeting could read the ordinance item by item and de cide what it wanted but it would do no good. He was oppo ed to this proceeding on principle. A council had been elected and had passed a law and a meeting of citizens was here to seek to annul it. A munici pality of this kind could not be run without officers. This kind of work migh.t be kept up from January to December. It didn't look right It was only a year until the next election and then the present coun cil could be turned out. This pro ceeding didn't look right. It looked like hullification. Dr. Pelham thought that city council would be ready and willing to consider a request from a citizens' meeting of such proportions as this. Some felt that the license imposed upon them was very burdensome. Should they be de...

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. — 8 January 1904

THE NEWS OF UTOPIA. Christmas Very Quiet in No S-Many Charming Visitors -Personal Men tion-Other Matters. Utopia, January 7.-The Christ mas holidays passed off very pleas antly and very quietly. No 8 was delighted to have a number of charming- visitors. Mr. Homer Schumpert -came home from Clemsonto spend Christ mas. Mr. Willie Herbert pent Christ mas at home. Ae will return to Wofford on yoiday. Miss Laura Setzler spent Christ mas with Miss Annie Herbert, hav ing returned home this week. Mr. Bart Golden, of Arkansas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Rea gin. Mr. Fair and family, of Augusta, have been visiting his sister, Mrs. I. P. Connor, for some time. Miss Mary Herbert, the charm ing daughter of Mr. W. I. Herbert, is at home for a few days. Her many friends regret that she could not spend Christmas at home: Mr. Reagin, of Georgia, visited his brother, Mr. John W. Reagin, here last week. Mr. Reagin re turned home on Sunday. Mr. Willie Long and family, of Greenwood, spent Christma...

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. — 8 January 1904

THE LICENSE ORDINANCE. The Herald and News has said nothing in regard to the license or dinance recently adopted by conn cil. We did not know that council wai considering such action until the ordinance was adopted. We understand that nearly all the cities and towns of this State have some sort.of a license ordinance, and tbat the city attorney, in the prepara tion of the ordinance adopted by council had several of the ordi nances of these other towns and cities before him for comparison. and that the license charges in the Newberry ordinance are much lower.than in most towns. When the ordinance was pub lished a number of citizens imme diately began to protest. Soon a petition was circulated calling a citizens meeting to consider the ordinance. The constitution of the State guarantees "the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government or any de partment thereof for a redress of grievances." No one questions that right. The citizens' meeting was largely att...

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. — 8 January 1904

Tribute of Respect. The following tribute to the life of Mr. E. W. Hiers, a member of the senior class of Newberry college, who died ar his home at Weimer on Christmas day, was adopted on Tuesday morning by the faculty and students of the college, after which the exercises were suspended for the day out of respect to Mr. Hiers' memory: The old adage, "Nothing but good concerning the dead," express es a sentiment beautiful and almost divine; but an expression of that which is God-like and more beauti ful is a just tribute to a life "which requires neither the touch of charity to gild its virtues, nor the shroud and coffin to conceal its deformities," a life which merits the speaking of the "good," not simply because it is ended, but because it was worthy. Such a life was that of Eddie Win gard Hiers. He was born October 30, iSg3; entered college October 2, 1goo; was regularly promoted to the senior class in June, 1903: and died on Christmas Day, 1903. There are few surroundings in wh...

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. — 8 January 1904

* GENERAL N'EWS INOTES. Items of More or less Interest Condensed Outside thb; S:ate. Fire in the R.V% State capitcl on . Monday entalled a icss of $500.o00. Forty-three persons were kilied by the explosiou of the boikrs on the British cruiser Wallaroo, which was proceeding to Hobart. 17 persons were killed and 37 injured in a headon collision be tween an express and a freight train at Willard, Kan., on Wednes day morning. The wreck was caused by carelessness. Samel C. Hazzard, a former offi cer in the United States Army, has been arrested in Minneapolis, charged with bigamy. The com plainant says she is wife No. 2. The United States supreme court has decided that citizens of Porto Rico are not aliens to this country and that they must be admitted without obstruction. The minority of the committee .on military affairs of the senate has -pre a report giving reasons -why General Wood's appointment -should not be confirmed by the -senate. The Daughters of the Confed --eracy of the city ...

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. — 8 January 1904

COST OF A VISIT TO "PARSIFAL." $32 for the Young Man who Takes his Girl in Style, and it May Come Higher. New York Sun. The young man who thinks of inviting his lady friend to go to "Parsifal" had better think a sec ond time befor:! he undertakes the job. He is likely to find it an ex pense compared with which even the theatre with a chaperon seems an economy. Taking for granted that she is able to go to the opera without a chaperon, the evening's eutertain -nent is still going to be costly. There are the two seats in the first place. They represent twenty dol iars, as it is not probable that she would want to sit anywhere but in the orchestra, nor likely that he would want her to go anywhere else. So that outlay is enough for a starter. Then there is the dinner at 7 o'clock. That may be any price from $6 to $io. Then there is the car riage. If the young man - does the proper thing he will take his girl in a cab. It would ordinarily cost $3 to take them to the theatre and home again...

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. — 8 January 1904

REW RURAL MAIL ROUTE. It Will Serve The Utopia Section, Going Into Effect February 1st-C. G. Blease Carrier. A new rural mail route, to be known as Route No, 4, has been es tablished from Newberry, to go into effect an the first day of February. Mr. C. G. Blease has been appoint ed carrier. He will resign as magis trate's constable, his resignation to take effect on the ist of February, and will be succeeded by Mr. B. A. Havird. The new route will extend from Newberry to Dr. W. E. Lake's at Julia, thence to the right to Utopia bridge, thence to the left to J. M. Nichols', thence to the right by New Chapel church between B. L. Dominick's and P. J. Stephens', thence to the right to Z. W. Tay lor's and to the right by Langford's mill to Newberry. This is a route which has been greatly need.d and the people tobe served will be well pleased to know that it is assured. Appointments on Board of Health. Two new memders of the board of health have been appointed by Mayor Earhardt and the app...

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. — 8 January 1904

STABLISHED 18G5 NEWBERRY. S. O.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. #1.50 A YEAR frrviT ? ? ?? 1 MM1UK LATHAM'S GOOD ROADS BI! IT CALLS TOR AN EXPENDITURE 1 TWENTY-FOUR MILLIONS. An Outline of the Provisions of t Important Measure Just Introduced in the Senate. Washington, Jan. 6.?Twei four million dollars lor good ro to be expended at the rate of 000,000 a year during the 1 three years! That is the anic of appropriation carried in the g roads bill which Senator L,ati of South Carolina has just in duced. His bill sets forth an rial ate scheme for federal aid of good roads movement, for ivl purpose he proposes to establisl the department of agricultur< bureau to be known as the but of public highways. The object of this bureau, acc< ing to the terms of the bill, slial to co-operate with the vari States in the improvement and < struction of permanent public rc in accordance with the scheme forth in detail in the bill. 'J bureau is to consist of three c missioners to be kn...

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. — 8 January 1904

spectful request to council to repeal the ordinance in toto or in part. , He was not here as a kicker, though Col. Schunipert might be. Col. Schunipert said Ik* could be called one of the kickers ii il was so desired. The meeting could read the ordinance item by item and decide what it wanted but it would do no good, lie was opposed to this proceeding on principle. A council had been elected and had passed a law and a meeting of citizens was j here to seek to annul it. A municipality ot this kind could not be run without officers. This kind of work might be kept up from January to December. It didn't look right. I It was only a year until the next I election and then the present conn- I cil could be turned out. This proceeding didn't look right. It looked ! like nullification. I)r. Pel ham thought that city council would be ready and willing to consider a request from a citizens' j meeting of such proportions an this. 1 Some felt that the license imposed ! upon them was very burdens...

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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