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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 8 January 1904

Tills NEWS OP UTOPIA. Christmas Very Quiet in No 8-Many 1 Charming Visitors-Personal Menlion?Other Matters. Utopia, January 7.?The Christmas holidays passed off very pleasantly and very quietly. No 8 was delighted to have a number of charming* visitors. Mr. Homer Schumpert came home from Clenison to spend Christmas. Mr. Willie Herbert Spent Christmas at home. ,JIe will return to Wofford on Monday. Miss Iyaura Setzler spent Christmas with Miss Annie Herbert, having returned home this week. Mr. Bart Golden, of Arkansas, is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Reagin. Mr. Fair and family, of Augusta, j have been visiting his sister, Mrs. j I. P. Connor, for some time. Miss Mary Herbert, the charm- 1 ing daughter of Mr. W. I. Herbert, i is at home for a few days, ller many friends regret that she could j not spend Christinas at home: Mr. Reagin, of Georgia, visited his brother, Mr. John W. Reagin, here last week. Mr. Reagin returned home 011 Sunday. Mr. Willie Long and family, of Greenwood, s...

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

tft* mit K. II. AUM? HDitor. THE LICENSE ORDINANCE. The Herald and News has said nothing in regard to the license ordinance recently adopted by council. We did not know that council was 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 that the city attorney, in the preparation of the ordinance adopted h\ council had several of the ordinances 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 published a number of citizens immediately began to proles1:. Soon petil ion was circulated calling a citizens meeting to consider tin ordinance. The constitution of tin State guarantees "the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government or any department thereof for a redress of grievances " No one questions that right. The citizens' m...

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 1 of Mr. K. W. Hiers, a member of the senior class of Newberry college, who died at his home at Weimeron Christinas 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 r divine; but an expression of tlu.L which is God-like and more beautiful 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 I is ended, but because it was worthy. Such a life was that of Kddie Win- ( gard Hiers. lie was born October 30, 1SS3; entered college October 2, | 1900; was regularly promoted to the ( senior class in June, 1903; and died 011 Christ nas Day, 1903. There are...

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 NEWS NOTES. Items oi' Kuv or I.ess Interest Condensed lutslde the State. Kilt in the Iowa State capitol 011 Monuas entailed a loss of ^500,000. Forty-three persons were killed by the explosion of the boilers on the Uritish eruiser Wallaroo, which was proceeding to llobart. 17 j)ersons were killed and 37 injured in a headon collision between an express and a freight train at Willard, Kan., on Wednesday morning. The wreck was ? caused by carelessness. Samel C. Ila/./ard, a former officer in the United States Army, lias been arrested in Minneapolis, charged with bigamy. The complainant says she is wile No. 2. The United States supreme court has decided thnt 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 prepared a renort giving reasons why General Wood's appointment should not be confirmed by the senate. The Daughters of the Confederacy of the city of S...

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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. — 8 January 1904

COST OP A VISIT TO "PARSIFAL." $32 i'or (he Young; Man who Takes h Girl in Style, and It May Come Higher. New York Sun. The young man who thinks ( inviting his lady friend to go t "Parsifal" had better think a se< ond time before he undertakes tli job. He is likely to find it an e> pense compared with which eve the theatre with a chaperon seen an economy. Taking for granted that she i able to go to the opera without chaperon, the evening's eutertaii nient is still going to be costlj There are the two seats in the fin place. They represent twenty do lars, as it is not probable that sh would want to sit anywhere but i tlu: orchestra, nor likely that h would want her to go anywher else. So that outlay is enough fc a starter. Then there is the dinner al If: o'clock. That may be any price frot f>l?- Then there is the cai riage. If the young man does th proper tiling he will take his girl i m|' a cab. It would ordinarily cost $ to take them to the theatre and hom again. But in th...

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

NEW KURAI, MAIL HOUTK. It Will Serve the Utopia Section, lining' Into Kffcct February 1st?C. li. lilcase Carrier. A now rural mail route, to bo known as Routo No. .j, has boon os-! tablishoil from Newberry, to go into cfleet on the first day of February. Mr. C. G. Bleaso has boon appointed carrier. I lo will resign as magis- > trate s constable, his resignation to take efleet on the ist of February, and will be succeeded by Mr. B. A. ' Havird. 1 lie new route will extend from J Newberry to Dr. W. K. Lake's at Julia, thence to the right to Utopia I bridge, thence to the loft to J. M. Nichols', thence to the right bv New Chapel church between IV 1,. Hominick's and 1\ J. Stephens', thence to the right to V.. W. Taylor's and to the right by I.nngfoid's mill io N\ w be i rv Mrs is a route which has been gieatly neidvd ami the people to bo served will lv well pleased to know tliat it is assured. Appointments on Hoard of Health. Pwo new nu unlets of the board, oi health have boon appoin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 January 1904

cJ raWD an 0tejw BSTABLISHE 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C., TUESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1904. TWICE A WEEK, $1.50 A YEAR GONE TO HIS REWARD. ANOTHER OF THE SOUTH'S GREAT CUIEFTAINS IS DEAD. Commander-in-Chief of the United Con federate Veterans-The End Came at His Home On Saturday Night. Gen. John B. Gordon died at his wint.r home at Biscayne, Fla., at 10:05 o'clock a urday night, after being un11conscions nearly al day. Ihe beginiling of the end occurred Saturday afternoon, serious coml)li cations setting in, and by night his physicians had abandoned all hope, as his kidneys refused to secrete and uramic )oisoti was very decided. His death was quiet. He fell peace fully to sleep and all was over. Gen. Gordon became ill Wednes day afternoon with acute indiges tion. He had suffered from the same trouble in Mississippi many months ago. At I x o clock Thurs day morning a consultation of phy sicians was held and it was found that he was seriously and critically ill. His son, Major Hugh Gordon, who resid...

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 January 1904

towin levy ? Some one answere about $18,ooo. W11y, is that not ad(equate to oil Ordinary goverilnilt, ('Conloillicall: administercd? \Vhat expenses hn we as a town t1lat should requi the expenditlr of ilore thall ".18, ouo? The license was not to dimillisl taxation, bilt. to raise an11 a ilont it addition to tie amlioluit raised b taxes. When lie suggested that the towl council be preselit, it was to elici this inlformation. I Iov n1uch muore in addition t, the $08,ooo will be raised by th license and what it is for? I'ntl this was kiowni intelligent actiot cotld liot he taken and not o4 preseiit knew. Shouli the licens. aioutti to S ,o0oo, it wolild Inakt $23,"00 for expelditIles each 'a by tihe town. 11I. w.Is not op'o.4 to t11k a11}1110, 101S !11.1hat I1.1 iial - but :n " e hi V a \ :I to o11'Wh lt)w. la\. I (m I I t I 4 k there \\as a deb~: i'l 0I~4 'S:: 1 2 '00) V i I ; tl to tIl bnked debt. Ilow did i get there and to whom was it due lie was not in the habit of disclaitm ing i...

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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. — 12 January 1904

TILLiAN GIVBS A SNORT. ays It's "Absurd to Talk About Clove land"-Olney Too Close to Cleve land. A dispatch from Washington says: Democrats in the House and Sen ate have been very much interested in the published reports of the har mony dinner given in New York Monday in honor of Mayor Mc -Clellan, and for the purpose of -bringing together prominent repre sentatives from different sections of the party. The feature of the din ner which attracted the most atten- ] tion and occasioned the most com- i ment was the speech of Mr. Olney, t setting forth Democratic principles, i .and naming Mr. Cleveland as the greatest living exponent of these principles and the man wlio could most successfully stand for thiem] as the Presidential candidate of his party. In the cloak rooms and corri(lors of the Capitol the Democrats have discussed delightfully the strictures of Mr olncy and of Mr. Hill upon the doillinant party and President I Roosevelt. General coiicdrrence in the views of the speaker up...

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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. — 12 January 1904

It. HI. A nM,4,, Ii,in 4 , A WOtD l'IiSONAL. uttritig th1e absenc of the editol.,. of 'The li erahl smid Ncw, inl (Ndin bia Mr. R 11. ren(1 eklier. will be in charge of the 14o,l detin-tment of the paper. 1le is a lewspapel 11n and n(eeds no iltrodnletionl to the Newherry public. The sessionl of thle le.-gislatiln-k. will bv fully covelc(I by it stall Correspondent of the paperw, w in> will undeavor. to place ehtfore mur readcrs t1he p.--ocecdlin),,. )If bwth bodies, giving promiicei 11 thir wi) mnatters i i which I the(- p1144 )eI'o - New %% beLt rV y coun4t y are (es:p,.'em4III v inte beirv 44'. c"11 111 afe 44 144 j' 44 este.d. GO'NIA(1 Al .101 N ;. ( liiN. Alld tjl(. ;1<>illilh 1 1,' w.I 4 I 4 s*: l )il' ic 1:1"I44 1 Il tI t sillm li It Ilt Ile it.b c o 1 :14ic 1l li l 1 1 d A their hl,s l hu h444 1 idl I h li all wa s kili ,i,, the Clevalielr lIyal-d oi tihe Conl lederatc ArmilY. Whe' lhe w.r ws over i1he sniniv paritotisiln, 1ihe sanm indilitahlc cmnge mld nleih <i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 12 January 1904

I T wy WORTH OF 'I Every day this week will be a co Bargain Sale Records will be lowered Stocks. Our business ending wi h th( your patronage shall be my constanl Proven time after time the truthfulne principles upon which this business i, business is built is Value giving, the be Just Finished Stock Taking l the cente_r tablesab a nd narked in Dlaiin figures. Re Incts, Famnel, Vhite Lawi, 'Fancy Piques, Check Dit Table Linens, and thou zand; of other things at less 1 A BIG TOWEL SALE. \' lld on sal \V' nesda1y morning,-t o o' cloc sh;lvp two htl.rcd all. fifty <ozen PlIrt l'ili I, lluch Toelb( not ,)ne :. a!he pie wot Ii i('s. I ium 2(, a n soine in the tt rth .e an:d \i . ntirt l oti fir.t table as voil enter the door. For onc day only 0 12 C ents tachn, Match themn if you CAl Not over one dozen to each customer. A BIG GINGHAM SALE. 50 pieces A. I. C. Ginghams. New Spring Styles just landed and worth < and 12/%c. all over town, as long as they last your choice at Mimnaugh's 9...

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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. — 12 January 1904

GENBItAL tBWS NOTES. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. Ruth Cleveland the eldest child of Ex-President _rover Cleveland, -died at the Cleveland home at Prin ceton, N. J., on Tnursday very un expectedly, the ininiediate cause of death being a weakening of the heart action dluring a inild attack of diphtheria. Miss Cleveland had been ill with diplhtheria only four days. She was born in New York after Mr. Cleveland had served his first terin. Mr. and Mrs Clevelanid have four- remaining children. Cei. Rafael Reyes, the Colom bian special envo\ , has received the answer of the lnited States gaveV n1 illent to his lotc. 'h :i ni the l n - ted 8Stailte L";. th open ilt n t II 'A A n .tn heaeDr. liiter \cluire. who was Genl Jackson* s mncdical diiccter and one of the most celebrale surgeons ill the South. was unveiled inl the Cap iiol square at Richniond on Tulirs lay. 'wo meni o Goodwater, Ala., have eniterCd )ls of guilt \ ill the nllited States cort to ch:rges o...

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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. — 12 January 1904

LICENSE ORDINANC STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Til TOWN OF NEWBERRY. R THE PURPOSE OF MEETIN in part the current expenses of t Town government of the Town of Ne' berry, in the State of South Carolin for the fiscal year beginning Janua 1st, 1904, and to meet in part su other indebtedness of said Town as m become due in said fiscal year; Ther fore, be it ordained by the Mayor ai Aldermen of the Town of Newberry, said State, in touncil assembled and I authority of the same: SECTION 1. That no person or pe sons, firm, corporation or corporation shall engage in, prosecute or carry < any calhng,' trade, business, occupati< or profession hereinafter mentioni within the corporate limits of said Tov at any time during said year withol having first paid to said Town a licen or privilege tax therefor as follows, wit: Agents for, or dealers in fertil izer for sale......... .. ............ $ 20 Agents for, or dealers in pianos and organs (either or both)... 10 Agents for, or dealers in sew mg m...

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. — 12 January 1904

DISTURBED THE SUNDAY QUIET. Two Drunken Negroes Created A Great Deal of Excitement in West End Sunday Morning. The Sunday quiet of West End was rudely disturbed on Sunday morning by two negroes from Sal uda county, Dennis Hailstock and George Coleman, who drove through the streets cursing loudly and recklessly firing a pistol, one of the bullets narrowly inissing the ten-year-old son of Mr. John M. Cook, who was sitting in a buggy as the negroes passed. A crowd of about fifty men pursued the ne groes on foot for half an hour, final.. ly outstripping their horse and land ing the negroes in the guard house. Coleilanl and I1ailstock caie to Newherry oi Saturday from CI mam's CrossM Ro(ds- 'Iev \cnt prothe -,.ias himille mn sAtulday nligh, )t :nIlt " etur d on1u1da Si V ~ c. ~I I c11 \ I 11m Ynfom the c d iuio of I1i(d SO N' S I ee loer 1wsh Iver, they\ tined and wenLt up (Neall stieet, driving reckless' y, filling tihe air w ith sulphurous language and reck lessly swinging a pistol ove...

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 January 1904

aUD lus. s"ALISHED 1865NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY, JIANUARY 12. 1904. TWICE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR GE. JOHN B. GORDON' GONE TO HIS REWIRD .ANOTER OF THE SOUTH'S GREK CmEFTAINS IS DEAD. ommander-In-Chef of the United Con federate Veterans-The End Came at His Home On Saturday Night. Gen. John B. Gordon died at hi winter home at Biscayne, Fla., a io:o: o'clock Saturday night, afte: being unconscious nearly all day The beginning of the end occurre< Saturday afternoon, serious compli cations setting in, and by night hi physicians had abandoned all hope as his kidneys refuWed to' secret .and uramic poison was very decided .is death was quiet. He fell peace fully to sleep-and all was over. Gen. Gordon became ill Wednes day afterr.on. with acute indiges tion. He had suffered from the same trouble in Mississippi many months ago. At i x o clock Thurs day morning a consultation of phy sicians was held and it was found that he was seriously and critically ill. His son, Major Hugh Gordon, who res...

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 January 1904

town .levy S&me one answered about $is,ooo Why is that not adequate to our ordinary government, economically administered? What expe:nses have we as a town that should require the expenditure of more than SS, ooo? The license was "not to diminish taxation, but to raise an amount in addition to the amount raised by taxes. When he suggested that the town council be present, it was to elicit this information. How much more in addition to the $i8,ooo will be raised by the license and what it is for? Until this was known intelligent action could not be taken and not one present knew. Should the license amount to $5,ooo, it would make $23,000 for expenditures each year by the town. He was not opposed to the appropriations that had been made-he thought many of them wise-but an expenditure of $23, ooo each year for running this little government did seem to him exorbitant. He thought it was time to know exactly what debts the town had. He had been informed there was a debt of some $ro, ...

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 January 1904

TILLMA GIVES A SNORT. Says It's "Absurd to Talk About Ceve land"-Olney Too Clok t Cleve land. A dispatch from Washington says: Democrats in the House and Sen ate have been very much interested in the published reports of the har mony dinne given in New York Monday in honor of Mayor Mc -Clellan, and for the purpose of -bringing together prominent repre -sentatives from different sections of the party. The feature of the din ner which attracted the most atten tion and occasioned the most com -ment was the speech of Mr. Olney, setting forth Democratic principles, and naming Mr. Cleveland as the -greatest living exponent of these principles and the man who could most successfully stand for them .as the Presidential candidate of his party. In the cloak rooms and corridors of the capitol the' Democrats have <discussed delightfully the strictures -of Mr Olney and of Mr. Hill t-pon the dominant party and Presid nt Roosevelt.; General concttrrence in -the views of the speaker upon the Rep...

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 January 1904

EH. AUYLL, EDITOR. -- A WORD PERSONAL. During the absence of the editors of The Herald and News in Comm bia Mr. R. H. Greneker will be in charge of the local department of the paper. He is a newspaper man and needs no introduction to the Newberry public. The session of the legislature will be fully covered by a staff correspondent of the paper, who will endeavor to place before our readers the proceedings of both bodies, giving prominence to those matters i. which the people of New berry county are especially inter ested. GENERAL JOHN B. GORDON. General John B. Gordon is dead and the South mourns another of her great chieftains gone. Daring and dashing and band some and brave in war, rising from the rank of captain to the commanc of one wimg of the Confederate forces, taking part in all the important battles of the war, mak ing the last desperate charge at Appomattox and then advising his ,men to submit to the inevitable, to go home and be loyal and rebuild their lost fortunes, he w...

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 January 1904

W Every day th Bargain Sale Re< Stocks. Our bu, your patronage 4 Proven time afte principles upon \ business is built i Just Finished the center tables and ry ings. Flannel, White La Table Linens, and thou A BIG T We place on saleWednesday nr fifty dozen Pure. Linen Huch Towe some in the iot worth 25C and 35C. enter the door. For one day only Not over one dozen to each custom A BIG GIN 50 pieces A. F. C. Ginghams. and 12y/c. all over town, as long a, / THURSDA Will be Embroidery Days at M season. The largest lot of embroid Cash transaction comprising Hambt wide goods for corset covers in Carr sales offer neither such designs or qt FOR SAI roo dozen men's negligee shirt one 'day, Saturday only at 49c. all s Women, Boy's and Girl's Shoes not some worth $2.oo a yard. If we g SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed In the State. A train on the Southern while between Bessemer and Gastonia, N. C., struck a vehicle in which two negro women were riding, killing the ...

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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. — 12 January 1904

EN~ERL'EWS NOES. Items of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. Ruth Cleveland, the eldest child of Ex-President Grover Cleveland, died at the Cleveland home at Prin ceton, N. J., on Tnursday very un expectedly, the immediate cause of death being a weakening of the heart action during a mild attack of diphtheria. Miss Cleveland had been ill with diphtheria only four days. She was born in New York after Mr. Cleveland had served his first term. Mr. and Mrs Cleveland have four remainiug children. Gen. Rafael Reyes, the Colom bian special envoy, has received the answer of the United States govern ment to his note, charging the Uui ted States with open violation of the treaty of 1846. The answer is -an emphatic refusal to reopen the -Fanama ouestion. During 1903 announced additions -to Southern cotton Tmills amounted to 8r;.8::6 spindles and 16,513 looms, repiesenting an investment of about $16,ooo-ooo. A bronze statue of the late Dr. Hunter McGuire, who was Gen. Jackson's m...

Publication Title: Herald And News, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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