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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 26 January 1904

1C. H. AUI,,, HDITOR. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. (Editorial Correspondence.) Columbia. January 25.-- Nov that the elections are over the leg islature can get down to work There has been a great rush of nev bills at this session. A great main bills have been killed and none o very great importance has beet passed. The past week was broker into by the elections, which took al of Thursday. There wis no ses sion on Monday and Tuesday. Hon. H. H. Evans had easy sail ing for chairman of the board o directors of the dispensary, receiv ing almost two votes to one givei his opponent, though Mr. McDer mott, who ran against him, is q most excellent gentleman. The vote stood 99 to 56 in favor o Evans. Mr. W. 0. Tatum, who wa: elected dispensary commissioner is an Orangeburg farmer and i mieIber of the legislattre. le hiai long beenii a warm friend of tile dis. pensary and is a successiul busiines Imn Ie \wls elcted without op. marIkable fr )o good a position for the paIy of this job is exactl. what ...

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. — 26 January 1904

NEWS PROM BXCELSIOR. Grain Not Injured by the Very Unfavorable Weather-Increased School Enrol ment-Personal. Excelsior, January 25.--We had a good rain on Friday and th< eather is again cool and bracing. Mrs. Caroline Cook is visiting her daughter near Prosperity. It is not thought the grain in this section is seriously injured by the cold weather. Our school has several new pupib since Christmas and is moving or ',' nicely. Mr. Ira Nates, of Columbia, has been at his home here for a few days on the sick list. His health is much inproved now, however. Mr. Willie Maffett, of Edgefield, visited Mr. D. B. Cook's family here last week. Mrs. Willie Blanton has returned to her home at Graniteville after a several days' visit to hier fathier's family here. Misses Janie Kinard, of Leesv,ille, and Bettie Werts, of Etheridge, are visiting in this comiiunity. Mr. ). B. Cook has rebuilt the tenant house receitly destroyed by fire on his place. With a good daily mail service we feel like we a...

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. — 26 January 1904

LAURA WILLIAMS. Impossible to Triumph Over Nature--The Niw and Happy Life Was Not to Last. Spartanburg Herald, 20th. The story that camue to us last week from Newberry of a young woman masquerading in man's clothes is fraught with interest which goes deeper thati the mere novelty of it; and in the cause; which prompted a procedure which most people of this day are inclined to look upon as merely a freakish one there is a lesson most instrue tive, one it is mete we should fix in our consciousnesses. A girl-let go her antecedents, let go the circumstances of her birth and reaiig; we know not what these were; they are apart she was a girl of Anglo Saxon blood, born into this world with a woman's form, with a woiat's instincts and a woman's heart, and with that iherited right of every Aierican womian to protectiol and sustenance and respect, with that H1cavent given right to a pure and hionorable life so long as she wills it, and the blood circulates iii her veins. Here was a girl. we s...

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. — 26 January 1904

ART OF CONVERSATION. It Should le Fontered and Studied With Seriourinems. Caroline litzar.d ii her "Education of Women" says, "Iow few of us study to put itis persuasively, to reach a proper elimax. to retire grace fully from a sub.l.eet." It Is at common101 sayilig tihat the lirt (if covorsationl has disappeared from am it.ng us, :d yet it Is an art leld In hoilrlI by all men. Telegraphic speech has taken the place of the more entij tiid elaborate forms of coiferene. I'. t it is an art which should be proeted to tll young people and N which they should study with seiiouness itd miatetion. Noth Ing really inspires, notAing really cre ates enthuslasm but the perception of an ultimate Ideal. whether it be in art or music or In any other of the realms of spiritual thought.' This Ideal of beauty has to come to the aid of every form of expression, lifting and raising it into its own kingdom. The student who has even begui, on such a course of training, who can see beauty in ev erything i...

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. — 26 January 1904

THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY. An Elaborate Program To Be Carried Out By The Congregation Of The Luth(bran Church Of The Redeemer. The Lutheran Church of the Re deemer is arranging for the celebra tion of tle fiftieth anniversary of the organization of the congrega tionl and consecration of its first church building. The congrega tion was organized in 1 853 and the first church consecrated in 854 The anniversarv exercises v ill take place February 25-28. On the evening of the 2-5th ad dresses will be delivered hy Drs Geot ge 11. Cromer and A. J. Bowers: on1 the 26t1, addresses by the Rev. Dr. W. C Schacter, of Savamiah, Ga., and the Rev. W. K. Sligh. On Snmay, tile 28th,' at the mlort in scrvice. the church will be con seerated, With SCII1011 by the Rev. M G. (". Scherer, D). D., presidenlt of the Tiological Seminary Chat le.ston. III lie afternoon there will h" aI service at which the Revs. S. P. Hughes and Jacob Sheck have been itivited to make addresses. At night tle pastor will he in...

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. — 26 January 1904

tel1t cr aWb aub twi. ESTABLISHED 1865 EWBERY, S. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 2(6, 1904. TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR GENERAL ISSEMBLY HIS BEGUN ITS THIRD WEEK SENATOR TILLMAN WL BE PUT BACK ON THE WINTHROP BOARD. House Yesterday Killed The Haskell Bill To Abolish Special Courts-The Work Of Friday and Saturday. (Special to Herald and News.) Columbia, January 25.-The house today killed Mr. Haskell's bill to abolish special courts. Columbia, January 25.-Senator B. R. Tillman having been legis lated off the board of trustees of Winthrop by mistake, Dr. T. A. Crawford, of Rock Hill, who was elected to succeed him, has ten dered his resignation on this ac count, and the general assembly must elect another member and of course will put Mr. Tillman back on the board. Dr. Crawford de clined in the following message: "The distinguished services of'Sen ator Tillman to Winthrop College render his continuance on the board a public necessity. I can not accept the election in his stead and hereby tender m...

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. — 26 January 1904

TILLMAN ON THE TREATY. Thinks That Democrats Will Not Be Able To Have It Fall of Confirmation. Senator Tillman while in Spar tanburg recently, speaking of af fairs at Washington, says the Spar tanburg Journal, said that the 1 greater part of the discussion in the senate and everywhere in political circles is on the Colombian affair and the Panama canal. Asked concerning the position of the dem ocratic and southern senators in re lation to the canal, the senator said: "Well, there are only thirty three democratic senators, and to prevent the ratification of the treaty I the minority will have to control I thirty-one votes, and I am afraid i that the Mississippi, Louisiana and I Texas influence fzr the canal, with that from other places also, will de moralize our forces and let the trity pass. We all want the canal, but give it to us honestly, decently. "The difficulty is that people for get that the Panama route is not the only one, but the republican party has no morals nor respect ...

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. — 26 January 1904

Speaker Cannon's Friendship For Him Evidenced At the President's Reception. A Washington dispatch to the Greenville News says that Con gressman Aiker. attended the big reception given by President Roose velt Thursday night. It was his first visit, but courtesy demanded that he should go to at least one of the four big receptions given by the President during the winter. These receptions are attended by the Four Hundred of Washington and the cream of the official life of the cap ital. Handsomely dressed men,beau tiful women in the most fashionable attire to be seen in the world, for eign diplomats, with their bright uniforms and their strange tongues, the beautifully decorated and bril iantly lighted roo-ns. the music of the Marine band, all furnish a measure of intoxication for the new visitors. Congressman Aiken was wander ing around with Mrs. Aiken, point ing out to his wife the men of prominence when "UncleJoe" Can non, speaker of the House, slapped him on the shoulder in hearty ...

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. — 26 January 1904

E. H. AULL, L2ITOR. UM GENERAL ASSEXBLY. (Editorial Correspondence.) Columbia, January 25.-Now that the elections are over the leg islature can get down to work. There has been a great rush of new bills at this session. A great many bills have been killed and none of very great importance has been passed. The past week was broken into by the elections, which took all of Thursday. There was no ses sion on Monday and Tuesday. Hon. H. H. Evans had easy sail ing for chairman of the board of directors of the dispensary, receiv ing almost two votes to one given his opponent, though Mr. McDer mott, who ran against him, is a most excellent gentleman. The vote stood 99 to 56 in favor of Evans. Mr. W. 0. Tatum, who was elected dispensary commissioner, is an Orangeburg farmer and a member of the legislature. He has long been a warm friend of the dis pensary and is a successful business man. He was elected without op position,-something a little re markable for so good a position, for the pay o...

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. — 26 January 1904

NEWS FROM EXCELSIOR. Grain Not Injured by the Very Unfavorable Weather-Increased School Enrol ment-Personal. Excelsior, January 25.-We had a good rain on Friday and the weather is again cool and bracing. Mrs. Caroline Cook is visiting her daughter near Prosperity. It is not thought the grain in this section is seriously injured by the cold weather. Our school has several new pupils since Christmas and is moving on nicely. Mr. Ira Nates, of Columbia, has been at his home here for a few days on the sick list. His health is much improved now, however. Mr. Willie Maffett, of Edgefield, visited Mr. D. B. Cook's family here last week. Mrs. Willie Blanton has returned to her home at Graniteville after a several days' visit to her father's family here. Misses Janie Kinard, of Leesville, and Bettie Werts, of Etheridge, are visiting in this community. Mr. D. B. Cook has rebuilt the tenant house recently destroyed by fire on his place. With a good daily mail service we feel like we are living ...

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. — 26 January 1904

LAURA WLULAliS. Impossible to Triumph Over Nature-The New and Happy Life Was Not to Last. Spartanburg Herald, 2oth. The story that came to us last week from Newberry of a young woman masquerading in man's clothes is fraught with interest which goes deeper than the mere novelty of it; and in the causes which prompted a procedt7e %hich most people of this day are inclined to look upon as merely a freakish one there is a lesson most instruc tive, one it is mete we should fix in our consciousnesses. A girl-let go her antecedents, let go the circumstances of her birth and reaing; we know not what these were; they are apart she was a girl of Anglo Saxon blood, born into this world with a woman's form, with a woman's instincts and a woman's heart, and with that'inherited right of every American woman to protection and sustenance and respect, with that Heaven given right to a pure and honorable life so long as she wills it, and the blood circulates in her veins. Here was a girl, we say, who...

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. — 26 January 1904

ART OF CONVERSATION. It Should Be Fostered and Studied With Serioumness. Caroline IHazard in h.r *'Education of Women" s::ys. ".1ow few of us study to put ph:n;;s ersuasively, to reach a proper climax. to retire grace fully from a subject." It is a commou saying that the art :& conversation has disappeared from :unong ius. :ndi yet it Is an art held In honor by all men. Telegraphic speech has taken the place Df the more careiul :tud elaborate forms et conferne. Fut it is an art which should be presented to all young people and which they should study with seriousuess anad attention. Noth Ing really inspires, not!:hing really cre ates entausiasm but the perception of an ultimate ideal, whether At be in art or music or in any other of the realms of spiritual thought.' This ideal of beauty has to come to the aid of every form of expression. lifting and raising it Into its own kingdom. The student who has even begun on such a course of training, who can see beauty in ev erything in ...

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. — 26 January 1904

THE FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY. An Elaborate Program To Be Carried Out By The Congregation Of The LutbPran Church Of The Redeemer. The Lutheran Church of the Re deemer is arranging for the celebra tion of the fiftieth anniversary of the organization of the congrega tion and consecration of its first church building. The congrega tion was organized in 1853 and the first church consecrated in 1854. The anniversary exercises will take -place February 25-28. On the evening of the 25th ad dresses will be delivered by Drs. George B. Cromer and A. J. Bowers; on the 26th, addresses by the Rev. Dr. W. C. Schaeffer, of Savannah, Ga., and the Rev. W. K. Sligh. On Sunday, the 28th, at the morn ing.service, the church will be con secrated, with sermon by the Rev. M. G. G. Scherer, D. D., president of the Theological Seminary, Char leston. In the afternoon there will be a service at which the Revs. S. P. Hughes and Jacob Sheck have been invited to make addresses. At night the pastor will be installed, ...

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. — 29 January 1904

AM _pA3A8j} 1865 SEBI~ . ., F'FZ PI D)A . .Nt AR \Y (29. -190 1. S%ljQ W E , 15 A.Y A THE PEOPLE WILL VOTE ON BIENNIAL SESSIONS. SENATE RESOLUTION GIVEN THIRD READING IN HOUSE. A Great Deal Of Important Work Traiis actej By The Ge.eral Assembly This Week. C n111111), Janunary 28.--Much work of importance and of general interest has been traisacted by the general assembly this week. The joint reiolution passed lasL year by the senate pro viding for biennial sessions passed its third reading in the house on Vednesday by a bare two-thirds majority and this much discussed question will now be sub tnitted to the people. There was a bard fight to put the bill through its third reading, on account of the absence' of members. On the first ballot the vote stood 78 to 28, 83 being necessary to pass the bill. The vote was reconsidered and the reconsideration postponed until 12 o'clock. At that time a second ballot v.-as taken and there were 83 -votes in favor of the bill, exactly the number re...

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. — 29 January 1904

THE COTTON SITUATION. Will The Present High Price React Sooner or Later, On The Cotton In dustry Of The South? Augusta Chronicle. Is the South killing "the goose that lays the golden eggs?' In other words, will not the present high price of cotton react, sooner or later, on the cotton industry of the South ? This is a pertinent question, and one that will interest, not only every cotton planter, but every business man of the Soutli. The New York world of Sunday presents the "bull side" and the "bear side" of the great cotton con troversy, Mr. Daniel J. Sully claim ing that even the government esti mate of 9,962,000 bales of cotton is too high to represent the crop ot 1903, while Mr. Theodore H. Price, pointing out that the amount of cotton "in sight" is greater than last year, predicts a full supply. Sully & Co., say, in part: "At the opening of the season we were persistent and insistent in set ting fOrth the belief that the crop of American cotton for the season of 1903 04 was...

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. — 29 January 1904

OlDBRBD HIM OUT OF HIS HOTEL. "A Coons Look Alike" to Proprietor S, F. Wheeler, of The Columbia Ho'el, In Columbia. The Columbia State. Proprietor S. F. Wheeler of the Columbia hotel heie is one Southern hotel man who will not tolerate even the semblance of color in his business, a fact illustrated in his -hotel a few days ago when hie had occasion peremptorily to order ex Cotngressmian Smalls froim his lobby. Smalls, who is collector of the port of Beaufort and very black, came into the lobby when Mr. Wheeler was behind the desk. As 7i the negro politician floated in with his silk hat on Mr. Wheeler called out sternly across the registor. "Take that hat off.'' "You have yours on," replied Smalls, who generally has shown sense enough to know and keep his place in South Carolina. "Get out of here quick," Mr. Wheeler called out, adding some stronger language, which Smalls did not fail promptly to appreciate. The estimates of tine Smalls re quired to reach the pavement vary between thr...

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. — 29 January 1904

3K. I. AUI, F.01toR. BIENNIAL SESSIONS. Both houses of the general as semubly have passed tie "biennial Sessions bill" and the question will in all probability be submitted to the people this summer. We do not believe that biennial sessions will save any niotey, as we have heretofore stated, but the editor of this paper, along with the other representatives in the lower house from this county, voted for the pass age of the bill which submits the question direct to the people. We are very glad to note that the citizens of Prosperity have about got together on the question of building a new school house. Our correspondent says that the adop tion by the citizens' meeting of the committee recommendation that bonds be voted to the amount of $3,500 for this irpose will do a great deal towards harmonizing the school interests of the district. We hiople that lie is correct and that the citizvens will .ote the1 bonds. We WoUld very much have liked to seC a $ ,uoo brick structure erected, but...

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. — 29 January 1904

TWO CARS O Hiorses and MWules Are now at our Stables. Come when you can get a selection, and when prices and terms are right. Also the best line of Car riages, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc., ever shown in this section. An Attractive Program For the Entertain ment to Be Given at the Lutheran Parsovage. No more attractive program has ever been rendered at an entertain mIent in Newberry than that which has been arranged for the parlor concert at the Lutheran .parsonage on Friday night of this week. All members of the congregation, inter ested in the work of the church, who can do so should attend. All others will be welcome. A treat is in store for all lovers of good music. The ctitrance will be by the side piazza door and the entertainment will begin promptly at eight o'clock. The price of tickets for admission, including light refreshments, is fifty cents. The -completed program is V as follows: PART I. i. Male Quartette: (a) Vale of Avoca: (b) Robin Adair; (c) Stars of the Summer N...

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. — 29 January 1904

AGAINST BRYAN AND SILVER. Members of The South Carolina Legisla ture Desire to Drop Both for the Cam p.ign of 1904. The State. If the present South C--olina leg islature had the editing of the last two national )emocratic p1ltforts for use in the coming campaign and the naming of a standard bearer, the silver "parailount issue" woukl be blu1e-peIciled Out entirely, and if either Mr. Bryan or Mr. Cleve land bobbed i) as candidate he would be told to go way back and sit down. \hi'e both le have many adinirers amnig Soth Caro lina legislators and their advice and council would be treated with re spectfil consideration,ineit her .w%ould be allowed to dominate or citrol. Inl a poll made by a repIeseI a tive of The State of ot ile e :iL' and ho11SC, only three meinberV-s of the legis!hIture were found who de sired (le rulilliitioll of te 1lat forms (>f 1896 antd i t)L) T ie 01hes deelined to eXple-s them selves--Speaker Smith of the house of repsentatives, jereiiah Siith and J. E. Heam...

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. — 29 January 1904

CHANGE IN CALENDAR. Our Reckoning Not Like That of The Colonial Fathers. --- S Philadelphia Ledger. t < If anybody knows when Benjamin L Franklin was born it should be the c Franklin Inn Club, which cele brated the anniversary of his birth it on Jan. 6. On the other hand, a resojution has been introduced ill congress directing a medal to be < struck in commemoration of the S bicentenary of Franklin's birth the date of January 17, 18o6. Why t this discrepancy? Simply because the Franklin Inn Club, with the thought of reproducing for the ti occasion, the conditions existing in t Franklin's time, notes the date of his birth in "old style." Franklin s was actually born upon January 6, t 1706; the anniversary of thaf day in the reformed calendar, or "new 14 style,'' is now January 17, just as " we keep Washington's birthday a upon) February 22, although his s birth was recorded as ot February i The Gregorian calendar was not adopted inl Great Britain and its colonies tItil 1752. T'...

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