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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald and news. — 29 January 1904

HEAVY LOSS BY FIRE. Dwe ling House And Several Outbuildings Near Mt. Pleasant Destroyed By Fire. Mr. W. 11. Folk, of near Mt. Pleasant, sustained a very heavy loss on Wednesday night by a fire which entirely destroyed his dwel ling and several outbuildings, The fire occurred early in the night, starting in the upper story. Its origin is unkno%vyn. Mr. Folk and family were in a down-stairs room when they heard the roaring of the flames, and oi going out they saw the whole upper story in flames Practically nothing in the dwel ling house was saved. low many of the outhouses or how much of their contents 'were burtned could not be definitely learned. The dwelling was comparatively new and was a modern two-story frame structure. It was learned yesterday that Mr. Folk carried about $5oo in-surance, though this call not be definlitely stated. $5oo would cov only a small part of the reported loss. Miss Carrie Biuford, who is teach ing the Mt. Pleasant school, lost all she had in the house, ...

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

EI U0 11 I I T A S. ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY. S. C., FR1DA Y, TANUARY 29, 1904. TWICE A WEEK, 81.50 A YEAR THE PEOPLE WILL VOTE ON BIENNIAL SESSIONS. SENATE RESOLUTION GIVEN THIRD READING IN HOUSE. A Great Deal Of Important Work Trans acted By The General Assembly This Week. Columbia, January 28.-Much!, work of importance and of general interest has been transacted by the general assembly this week. The joint resolution passed I last year by the senate pro viding for biennial sessions passed its third reading in theli louse on Wednesday by a bare 1 two-thirds majority and this much- C discussed question will now be sub mitted to the people. There was a 1 hard fight to put the bill through its third reading, on account of the 5 absence' of members. On the first i ballot the vote stood 78 to 28, 83 t being necessary to pass the bill. The vote was reconsidered and t-e t reconsideration postponed until 12 S o'clock. At that time a second I ballot was taken and there were 83 1 votes in ...

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. Wim 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?" Iu 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 South. 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,ooo bales of cotton is too high to represent the crop of 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 no...

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

ORDERE IM OUT OF RIS HOTEL. "All 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 here 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 he had occasion peremptorily to order ex Congressman Srmalls from his lobby. Smalls, who is collector of tbe port of Beaufort and very black, came into the lobby when Mr.! Wheeler was behind the desk. As the negro politician floated in with I his silk hat on Mr. Wheeler called out sternly across the register. "Take that hat off." "You have yours on," replied 1 Smalls, who generally has shown sense enough to know and keep his 1 place in South Carolina. "Get out of here quick," Mr. Wheeler called out, adding some j stronger language, which Smalls did not fail promptly to appreciate. The estimates of time Smalls re- 1 quired to reach the pavement vary < be...

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

E. H. AULL, EDITOR. BIENNIAL SESSIONS. Both houses of the general as sembly have passed the "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 money, 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 purpose will do a great deal towards harmonizing the school interests of the district. We hope that he is correct and that the citizens will vote the bonds. We would very much have liked to see a $5,ooo brick structure erected, but we ...

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

77EPARLO CONCERT. 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 ment 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 entrance will be by the side piazza door and the entertainment will begin promptly at eight o'clock. The price of tickets for admissicn, including light refreshments, is fifty cents. The -completed program is as follows: PART I. x. Male Quartette: (a) Vale of Avoca; (b) Robin Adair; (c) Stars of the Summer Night-Messrs. Black, Fulmer, Lybrand and Elea zar. 2. Nocturne (Wallenhaupt) Miss Lois Goggans. 3. "A Winter Lullaby" (De Koven)-Miss Carolyn Cromer, with violin obligato by Miss Susie Sum mer. 4. Duet, "Ret...

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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. — 29 January 1904

AGAINST BRYAN AND) SILVER. Members of The Stuth Carolina Legisla ture Desire tu Drop Both for the Cam p.dgn of 1904. The State. If the present South Carolina leg islature had the editing of the last two national Democratic platforms for use in the coming campaign and the naming of a standard bearer, the silver "paramount issue" would be blue-penciled out entirely, and if either Mr. Bryan or Mr. Cleve land bobbed up as candidate he would be told to go way back and sit down. While both met, have many admirers among South Caro lina legislators and their advice and' council would be treated with re spectful consideration,neither would be allowed to dominate or control. In a poll made by a representa tive of The State of both the senate and house, only three membeis of the legislature were found who de sired the reaffimation of the plat forms of 1896 and 1900. Three others declined to express them selves-Speaker Smith of the house of representatives, Jeremiah Smith and J. E. Beaniguard, ...

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. Philadelphia Ledger. If anybody knows when Be-ijamin Franklin was born it should be the Franklit. Inn Club, which cele brated the anniversary of his birth on Jan. 6. On the other hand, a resolution has been introduced in congress directing a medal to be struck in commemoration of the bicentenary of Franklin's birth the date of January 17, 1806. Why this discrepancy? Simply because the Franklin Inn Club, with the thought of reproducing for the occasion, the conditions existing in Franklin's time, notes the date of his birth in "old style." Franklin was actually born upon January 6, 1706; the anniversary of thafday in the reformed calendar, or "new style," is now January 17, just as we keep Washington's birthday upon February 22, although his birth was recorded as of February ii. The Gregorian calendar was not adopted in Great Britain and its colonies until 1752. The old, or Julian, calendar had reckoned the year...

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. — 29 January 1904

HEAVY LOSS BY Fr. Dwelling House And Several Outbuildings Near Mt. Pleasant Destroyed By Fire. Mr. W. H. Folk, of near Mt. Pleasant, sustained a very heavy loss on Wednesday night by a fire which entirely destroyed his dwel ling and several outbuildings, The fire occurred early in the night, starting in the upper story. Its origin is unkno wn. Mr. Folk and family were in a down-stairs room when they heard the roaring of the flames, and on going out they saw the whole upper story, in flames Practically nothing in the dwel ling house was saved. How nany of the outhouses or how much of their contents were burned could not be definitely learned. The dwelling was comparatively new and was a modern two-story frame structure. It was learned yesterday that Mr. Folk carried about $500 insurance, though this can not be definitely stated. $500 would cover only a small part of the reported loss. Miss Carrie Buford, who is teach ing the Mt. Pleasant school, lost all she had in the house, includi...

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. — 2 February 1904

E0 ESTABLISHED 1865 NEWBERRY, S. C.. FRIDAY. FEBRUA,\RY. 2 1904. TWICE A WEEK. S1.50 A YEAR TEN CIRCUITS BILL KILLED JY THE HOUSE MAJOrITY FAVORED SUCH A MEASURE, BUT COULDN'T AGREE. Bil-Proposing a License Tax on Corpora tions-only Three Weeks More of the Session. Columbia, February i.-Today being salesday, both houses of the general assembly adjourned on Sat urday until tomorrow at noon. 'The two measures of most im portance and of most general in terest which have come up during the past several days were the several bills to provide for the creation of additional judicial circuits and the bill imposing a license tax on cor porations. The former were killed in the house after a great deal of discussion. No action has yet been taken on the latter but it has been made a special order in the house for tomorrow. ADDITIONAL CIRCUITS BILL. Practically the whole time of the house on Thursday and Friday was given to the discussion of bills which sought to give relief to the crowded condi...

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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. — 2 February 1904

objectioas to the ordinance council desired that said objections be form ulated in a coimmunication and pre sented. This, said Col. Johnstone, had been done by his committee, and he had suggested to Acting Mayor Smith that he call a meeting of council to consider these recom mendations. Owing to the tempo rary absence of Mayor Earhardt and the absence of Alderman Brown in Atlanta, however, Acting Mayor Smith had thought it inexpedient to call a meeting before this but had promised to do so on next Monday night (last night.) For this reason the recommendations of the committee had not been submitted to council. Col. Johnstone then read the rec ommendations of his committe,, to be submitted to council, as fol lows: RECOMMENDATIONS TO COUNCIL. To the Honorable Mayor and Alder men of the Town of Newberry: Gentlemen: The undersigned committee appointed by the meet ing of the citizens of the town to confer with you and attempt to de vise a method by which the floating interest-bearing deb...

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. — 2 February 1904

GENERAL NEWS NOTES. tem of More or Less Interest Condensed Outside the State. It is reported that Texas fever is raging throughout the cattle herds of the Northwest. Three men were scalded to death in the basement of a hotel in Detroit on Friday by the breaking of a steam pipe. Four men were crushed to death by falling in a shaft to the bottom of a mine near Brownsville, Pa., 885 feet deep. July cotton sold at 16 cents a pound on the New York exchange on Thursday. A few years bgo the price ranged between 6 and 8 cents. Six persons were killed and four teen were injured by the explosion of gas in a hotel in Rognonas, France, ou Friday. The hotel was partially wrecked. The owners of two more cotton - mills in the vicinity of Philadelphia have been forced to cut down the time of their working men, number ing 500, on account of the high price of cotton. The house of representatives has unanimously voted not to accept mileage for the present session of Congress, which began immediately a...

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. — 2 February 1904

E. H. AULL. -DITOR. Now that the house of represen tatives has killed the bill to abolish special courts and all measures look ing towards the creation of addi tional judicial circuits, the adminis tration of justice in the State will continue to be handicapped by de layed trials, necessitating special courts and special judges. It seems that the measures seeking to give relief from over-crowded dockets were favored by a majority of the members of the house but the ma jority could not get together on any one measure, and the State suffers. The national house of represen tatives by a unamimons vote decided not to accept the second paymeni of mileage to the senators and rep resentatives of the present con gress, which,it will be remembered, convened immediately after the ad journment of the session preceding. It is reported that "argument or the point of order that the item wa! not authorizad by law, turned or the question of whether this was the second session of congress, o1 merely ...

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. — 2 February 1904

No. 6994. REPORT Oi the "ldilin of Tha PenIcs Natimal Batt, at FfosDity, la the State -t South Carlila, at the close of business Janary 221904. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts...... .. ...$20,737 19 Overdrafts, secured and unse cured................................. 6 89 U. S. Bonds to secure circu lation ........ ...... .. 6,250 001 Premiums on U. S. Bonds...... 437 50 Banking house, furniture, and fixtures ............................. 2,881 13 Due from National Bahks (not reserved agents) . ............ 2,012 76 Due from State Banks and Bankers............................ 3,26 89 Due from approved reserved agent........ ................. 8,832 38 Checks and other cash items 2,553 73 Notes of other National Banks 2,000 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents........... ... 43 08 Specie.................. $2,067,75 Leoal tender notes 1,906.00- 3,973 75; Reaemption fund with U. S. 312 501 Total............ ......... ...$53,367 80 LIABILITIES. Canital stock paid in......, ........

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. — 2 February 1904

T.I.MA rnIGHMG CRUM. Wants Deftnite Information-Interesting Cross-Firing Between Senators Timan and Spooner. News and Courier. WastLington, January 29.-Sena tor Tillman proposes to keep up the fight on Crum in open session, and today be introduced another resolu tion, calling upon Secretary Shaw to inform the Senate the exact date of the commission under which Crum is now holding office. During the discussion it was brought out in the cross-firing be tween Senators Tillman and Spoon - er that Crum is actually presiding over the Charleston Custom House without legal authority. The President refuses to with draw the nomination, and the con test is to be fought ont in the Sen ate when the case is reported from the committee, as it probably will be, before long. Senator Tillman stated to-day that he was not decided whether it will be of any advantage to invite a committee from Charleston to at tend the hearing of the case before the commerce committee on next Thursday. It seems to be th...

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. — 2 February 1904

WHITE LABOR IN THE SOUTH. A Bid That Will Not Be Long Resisted Natural That White People Improve Opportunities. Washington Post. With a cotton crop valued at $7oo,ooo,ooo and the certainty that the annual product of this staple will equal or exceed that sum in value for years to come, the South is making a bid for white labor that will not be long resisted. Labor goes where reward for honest toil is assured, and the conditions in the South are now such that the white man ma, rely upon profitable em ployment. with abundant oppor tunities for bettering his condition, without which there is no incentive to labor. The development of the cotton industry in the South reads like a romance, and its results must be a revolution in the wage system and methods now employed in car ing for this great industry and devel oping other branches of the coun try's wealth of resources. In the decade following the civil war the South produced about 2, 5oo,ooo bales of cotton annually, which were disposed...

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. — 2 February 1904

PURELY PERSONAL. Me Movements of Many People, Newber rians and Those Who Visit Newberry. Miss Nina Carlisle is visiting: friends in Chester. Mr. L. W. Floyd returned from New York last week. F. H. Dominick, Esq., visited in Columbia last week. Mrs. E. V. Chalmers, of Helena, hb.s returned from Laurens. Mr. M. Q. Hipp, of Pomaria, paid us a pleasant visit yesterday. Mr. John Hinson, of Greenville is visiting at Helena, the guest of Mr. T. G. Williams. Miss Pauline Gilder will return to Converse today after spending several days at home. Miss Laura Sloope, of Hickory, N. C., has returned to Newberry to visit her sister, Mrs. J. T. Presson. Messrs. John W. Earbardt, W H. Hunter and Robert Bass, now in Columbia, spent Sunday in New berry. 3. H. Clark, of the Clinton Pres byterian College, was in Greenville yesterday. - Greenville Herald, 3Ist. Mrs. B./F. Day and son Rivers visited her daughter, Mrs. Lawt. Watkins, at Chappells, the first of' the week. Hon. Arthur Kibler, of Helena, came...

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 February 1904

E L t R a1 ti s. ESTABLISHED 1865" -7EWBERRY-, S. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUA\RY. -5 1904. TWICE A WEEK, S1.50 A YEAR TillS WEEK'S WORK Of GENERAL ASSEMBLY. THE FERTILIER TAX AND THE ROAD LAW DISCUSSED BY THE HOUSE. Disposition of The Proposed Labor Meas ures-Four-year Terms of Represen tatives Diussed. Columbia, Febrnary 4.-The general assembly has devoted a great deal of its time this week to uncontested matters and in this way a number of measures of a more or less local nature have been pushed through each iouse. Only two weeks of the session re main after the present week and the house has adopted a resolution introduced by Mr. Kibler that no new bills be presented or received. except through committees, after Saturday. The proposed reduction of the privilege tax, which goes to the support of tlemson college, was discussed at length in the house on Tuesday. By a vote of 45 to 53 the house refused to strike out the en acting words of the bill and on ac count of the absence of a number of...

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 February 1904

TL.)um r PREN Nominated as a Dauntless, Patriotic, Strenuous and Respectable Statesman. New York Sun. To the Editor of the Sun-Sir: Since the inevitable seems to be the nomination of the dauntless and heroic Roosevelt for president by the Republicans, why should not the Democrats give us the bravest, most genial, energetic and whole some man in either house at Wash ington-Benjamin Ryan Tillman as their nominee. Tillman stands out as one of the safest men in either party to select as president. He is safe because of his matchless courage. No man living would be less swayed to lend himself to the clamors of the mob, or to some violent economic heresy. He has convinced the nation that he lives up to what he believes. He successfully led the battle in South Carolina for a fair representation in the legislature for the interior peo ple, and won in the face of a tho roughly intrenched opposition. He fAvored the dispensary law, and it became a law. He then made it effective, although the s...

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 February 1904

THE BIG FOUR. The Question Is, Who Are the Big F,ur In South Carolina-Hub Evans Cer tainly One. Spartanburg Herald. The question before the House is, who are the "Big Four" in South Carolina. The following we clip from the State: "The Brooklyn Eagle's staff cor respondent who is touring the South and writing a series of letters on the political situation names as the "Big Four" of South Carolina poli tics Senator Tillman, Gov. Hey ward, Editor J. Calvin Hemphill and Mayor A. Goodwyn Rhett, of Charleston. )t et the News and Courier's Washington correspond ent a few days ago said that. the "Big Four" are Senators Tillman and Latimer, Gov. Heyward and Gen. Wilie Jones. We do wish somebody would settle this thing for -us nlain Democrats; we want to know who our bosses are.'" We cannot answer as to all of the Big Four, but above any of those mentionei by either of the two correspondents towers the ma jestic name and fame of Hub Evans TILLMAN'S TRICK. Eolds Up A Train-Doesn't Often Get Le...

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