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SUNDAY, ?UNE IL l?16v
5 o?th ;. CaroUna~Probably.!,. '. local
thunder shower^ .-Sunday ; and ; Monday.
.ffiWho'? g?'lii?- . i?po?h the "ol? bb * th
^slfc$pM waters at ch?cagbt
Mr. Bryan is In Chicago; but evi
dently bb left bia Dove of Peace at
.iwrab^v' '.' .''..li: . ;? -, v' .1
. Our young fribbda the colleg? grad
uates bro ,uow rready to Vacoept'' ob
Every time Teddy .knocks.Wilban j
ibo - latter's - reelection- becomes more]
of a-cortula ty.
Cbaractor'ls What a man koowa
himself to'. be; reputation1.ls." .What
oihara think l;'o la.
liom'oeb for tho presidency but a. fun
eral director to iater, tho remains.
Atlanta is .Brought Nearer.to Sa
vamiah.-iioadlipQ.. ;v. Seems like ;^a
vsr.nnh'o afiltctlonn will novor end.
Now lot tho** college fellows who
danced BOp^lvlnely^ show ! ~j what]
they . can db . *a . f atheFa cot ton Held.
' ;'';An Atlanta s-; oman -waa- given twp
divorces in ihre,,I days. 1 ; And yet
Roras people Vc^ntend that: the world
Motorcycle^ Cpl Udes. Wi th. Ice .Truck. ?
headline. '.*. So'i?o scrlblc may * be
ebie to meka a paragraph cut of that.
??'I bat'-we hTavea*^^^ tb-"ft?l Wth'.lt V
/?'Baronesa Asks Job au Vice-president
'^i^'-'sha^ald ijuftlify. for aJob with a
o^ brick" company.
?SL, tfc-n ?.ia?H^w *>^L,V "^/.t ?h.3 vbt?
,full;^irniiWftlo?' ';'t?'"*tri. ;'-It
COOPM STOCK DECLINING I
' - ..... ^
Ko wapa verb o? ibo B ie ie in ut a
few weeks a#o wero hooding the can*
dlducy for governor of thu Hon. Hobt.
A. coop?j, vflf^^anrone, aro : noticeably
H it cut nowednyB * in respect to this
particular nuttier. In fact, we do
not itcall having seen bin name In
print in many moons. What ia tbe
cause of thU silence on the part of
the champions of the gentelman from
Laurens. Havo tbey forsaken their
candidate or do they realizo, as do
some of tho sanest political obser
vers, of tho stato, that Cooper "stock"
has declined rapidly during tho paBt
Reports from all over the state
are to the effect that Governor Man
ning's strength was never at such
a high stage as lt is at tho present
tlme.^"" Of lato he has had the op
portunity of getting out into the dif
ferent sections of the stato and talk
ing with the peoplo and to the peo
ple, and it bas been a -case of the
...ure they saw of him tho better they
liked him. With the very evident de- >
cl!ttV'l|l Cooper "zlock" a?d the pro
noubced growth in strength of our
prei;ent' go /ornor, lt takes no political
soer to fprsee the return of Richard
I. Manning to the office'which ho bas
so .creditably . filled far thc past two.
years, and bini return' to lt by ?rn
overwhelming majority In the first
A GOOD HAN DIES
No church bas a right to assort
or think that it has a monopoly on
vlrtne and nobility, and tbb followers
of one creed have np rieht to point
tho finger of scorn at the followers
of another creed. The right to wor
ship God as ono chooses IB one of
tho fundamental rights acceded all
mon when the foundations of this
country were laid by our forefath
ers, who sought refuge in this coun
try for the very reason that they were
persecuted, because of their religious
beliefs. Protestants may look
askance at. Catholics and the latter
may do the same as to 7Protestants,
bot aa matter what creed it may fol
io w a n ob! 0 character always nb in ey
Irrepressibly, 'and commando the-re
spect and tho admiration, it not the
reverence, of ali broad-minded men
of whatever creed.......
.iv This ls by way, ot call tag attention
to the profound Impression made by
J? loh op Northrop and tho poignant
grief, on ?e^^^^v^tirHtWfi^
tauts aa WSirdif ?4itHo??ci;v?d?hfid hy
his death, whic? oc^rre^d rlnvChaHea^
ton last ;W^dft^sy^^beautiful
osthtt?te ot the-character of the be
loved tllnhnp lr; r;ive-n in tho following
\ editorial' froni the Cmariestoh JBvenirig
! Fifty-one years a, priest, thlr-v-j.^
y i ty-four years., ? bishop; sacrl-y?iV
I . ibin?l at God's altar; pastoring^ ';.'.'.'
1 Cod'B people:: I? t?ae fullness ot '
years and the fruit ot labors,
Bishop Henry ? Plnkhey Nor
than baa been called to his ro-'/Vi
. - want- .'.-".'.
. A native*of Charleston, almost.
[ the wholei-of hts life's work bas ..
ibeen, done , in ; this\ c^mmiuiity^|>.
v, His; carly/priesthood only was
. In other parts,; "audi within a ;
year : of !his, consecration", ' upon ,
anointment by: Pope Leo XIU<M
; he became bishop Of Charleston
la -succession to P. ?N. Lynch.
. 'Tna record o2 his bVieeopsta'ts/ACv
fullV bf achievement and prog
' resa He has Seen tho church
extend ia'vigor aud good workn
- parish OH planted, churches built,
institutions1 established, and
religi?n; and charity spread.,
Tho restoration of St. john's ca- ..
?thedral which had bean destroy
ed, tn the fire.'fOt'. Mi'-was.-^/^
compllshed under .his rule and
the beautiful, cd-flce. was con- -
; '.. secreted upon the twerhty-fiftb
' anniversary ot bi* taking the
anitra. In a diocese burdened
with th? inheritance of war's
destruction, Ita people struggling.'..-.
to maintain themselves, . the i
achtovemonts ot hts pastorate
' ''-have' beeb 'remarkable and bis
nemo will shine among the' pro
'?Xi.-latea'- bf his . church, ;1 \ K ...... ;.
? ^^Biitjlt ls aa a friend and a
pastor , that , he wilt be chiefly ,
.^?;ite^^l)sj^'"ahd- mourned* A' ',
< - highly educated,, finely cultured
S ?Ao? charming maa he waa, broad
tn hts understanding, deep la
^imfii-' e^^?aa/. kindly bf
thought, warm of .heart, sweet
and generous of nature. His y- '
people were hts constant ?are,
Sud he waa with them aVt?A- ia =
. and : u*ay a tear io* tba pasa- j
j lng ot the.good bishop will be
shed among ht? bereaved flock;
' bat not poly In the I?tlni^?^.-f
*? Iiis BfcMtual :Jmtulstrat|ipfc#
wilt he be togaed, and mourned, ,
:? for tee' waa^ viev-lA- <itlsea> ea- ..
j;;>::4isw??d and a^ted;in tho cost- 'J.
iiiunlty io wrtlch ho was nativo
Jlttjaroegn ?*Ja- years -'?af .'Ina)- fctgaH
to get acr?ai
l^st^?tdt ited ^sh?fi.' ?ad. the ?
yat around and offer them a liberal
Bum for damages? lt did not. lt
bad thom hauled into court, as soon
as they v/oro able to be up and around,
on a charge of trespassing. And tho
unfeeling magistrate took the side of
the railroad, and Imposed a heavy
fine for their needlessness.
That caso is the climax of a defen
sive campaign the Long Island rail
road lias been waging against auto
mobiliste who persist in disregard
ing rules and warnings at grade cross
ings. It has grown weary of autos I
catapulting Into its trains, to the lu-1
jury of its rolling stock and the an
noyance of Ita officials and passengers.
The worm has turned.
It might be a good thing for ev
erybody concerned it every railroad
which modestly does Its part to make
grade crossings safe would adopt tho
sapie nollcy. Why should crossing
safety be a one-sided mnttor.
TH5i WOMALS PARTY
Tbero have boon four national polit
ical conventions In Chicago at the
sam* time. Two of them have been
women's conventions. And the wo
men have not received the attention |
.Like the men, thoy have been di
vided on a big issue.' *'Th?lf division
has given birth to a ?new party, tho
"Woman's Party." It bas a simple
platform, with a single plank. lt
Beeks to win tho vote for all Amer
ican women by federal amendment.
It ls the outgrowth ot the Congres
sional Union for Woman's Suffrago.,
It holds a club over parties and office
holders. It alms to compel congress I
to submit a co-.-.tit ut lonni suffrage
amendment to the state for their ap- '
Opposed to this movement ia the
older organisation, the National Amer
lean Suffrage' Association, which bas
won most of the suffrago victories of
the* past; ;snd'which Wants to con
tinue its policy of proceeding state j
by : state instead ot making suffrage I
a national Issue.
Titus far, the sentiment Of the na
tion .generally has Indorsed ' the view
'that?Suffrage is, In fact, a state issue,
and that 'np attempt ? should be made
to ?'Jroo lt on any unwilling State;
And even aside from the principle in
evolved, it seems to many - dist Inter
ested oba or vora n v/as to of energy for
women 'io pound away at tho federal
amendment plropaganda. It seems
strange "that they should hope to-win i
tue necessary ' * t^reo^f??Hh.of' the
sta'tos- foir" tho'' amendment -If they- are;
unable, to win- "those st^eia?parate-;
ly.. it seems much more .practical
that they should concentrate:their-en
ergies cn Individual States ?hat, offer
hope of success, v A -.-...y.':'---: ;'.
. In tho recent Iowa election, for
example,'the. women nearly .. won.'.
Presumably tlie efforts of tho "Wo
rn an'a Party" workers, applied to that
campaign, would havo turned' the tide.
It may be so In other etatea. If
the, women could only get together,
and continue along the lines that, have
i;uccoe.ded BO notably In tho ^at, they
would soon have <the vote in ali tb?
a^il'es that are anywhere near ready
Wjftft. And-they would have it with
out atty sex antagonism, or tho etir
riag up : of dangerous political enmi
Greenville. June. ?.O.-r-In Connec
tion with his formal an noan cement
so candidate for the stato senate fr?re
^ Greenville : count Proctor : A. . Bon
ham said mat night that thora were
afloat certain rumors that he was in
the raes *t th? behest of a faction*
Be, emphatically denied this, declar
ing thatyhe throw his hat In the ring
on hts 6%n- veiUico and not as a re
presentative of any political ?l?ment:
,*T,: am ':? making th? race oh my own
initlailve/V he' sah?v ?'and repudiate
any mich Insinuations. I am net
aligned with any faction tn this race,
and am Reeking tho anice; because of
the honor and tho opportunity W'wU!
give me to servo ali tho people;.. I
will'not bo guided or influenced by
any faction and lt will be my earnest
endeavor at al! fi?tes," he eald,;^'tO
sb? a Tepres*n|i\'dve, ot the county as
a wh'olp.'' v-.,
Mr - * JEtoaham : la. serving his second
term aa solicitor nf C this, circuit;
I HBSKi?!&?f?s&xsisv*... _?
SpartAnourg, June 10.--County of
ficials- stated yesterday ?bat the sec
ond installment of the annual teat
made; by the fjOuhty: ot' Spartanburi
ts now ?va^ablo for tho payment Of
claims^This Installment^ ^o^t
.v?;;; s! Gletth for a 3**^ fork con
otrav af 3-ftor .cent. Th* Arel ia
sUHtaont, which amounted to . f?8,
000 4wa?: obtained. in March at 4"- par
. cent1 interest, which waa .consMercd
to; bs-,ia axtwmely low, Vate, of tn>
? v-^Tfeo.-oounty;'has lan**-';.rssxhWth*
jtaaftiof its borrowing capacity aatll
?. SOR??mber, whoa aa?ta??, f.to?t?'-;f?i*
terday Harley Gosncll, for whom be,
had been looking for two years, the j
charge fJci?K ubnuult and battery
with intent to kill, Sheriff .Rector
said last night that Gosnell shot oft
a> man's leg Sn Asheville. The ar
rest was mada'near Inman. ' Goa
noll told the sheriff that ho waa will
ing to return to Ashovllle without I
?'.'nc formality of a requisition. Sheriff!
Rector said tl was his Intention to j
take Gosnell to Ashcvlle Sunday j
morning. ? "''
Ofiice Denied Women. ?v.
Columbia, Juno IO.-Tho supreme
court of North Carolina has< just
rendered a decision in which the
right of women to bold tho office of
deputy clerk of tho supremo court is
dented. This decision may invalidate
the tillea to considerable property.
The case in question concerned a
mortgage which figured in a contro
versy, tho pap" 'ii of which had been
acknowledged before a woman de
puty clerk. This discrimination
against North Carolina women must
appear silly to the enfranchised wo
men of states like California, Oregon,
Kansas and the other advanced stat
es in which womcp aro regarded as
equalB and not inferiors of men.
Fasta! W. 3*!r.
. Laureni5, Juno 10-The funeral
and burial ser rices' for the late Ti.
A-jhsnore Davis, who was strickun
suddenly late Tuesday afternoon at
ills place of business, were held
Wednesday afternoon. Tho exercises
were conducted by thc Rev. W. E.
Thayer, of Sumter, and the Rec, C.
A. Bailor, temporary pastor of ' the
Baptist church* hore, and during his
residence hero of frye years there ex
isted a strong friendship between Mr.
Davis and bis Pastor. The se'rvic?c
yesterday Wero attended by h large
con cou rab ot people of thc city and
surrounding country, and out of
respect to the memory ot their "fel
low merchant the stores of the', city
were closed during? the funeral hour;
$10,000 Bond Issne.
Spnrtanburg, Juno 10.-The ; f'rus'
tees of the Cedar Springs, Thompson
i and Fernwood consolidated school
.districts have placed thoir $10,000
bond kvsuo af Ry,e,; per .cent through
the Bank of Sparenburg, It ia un
derstood that this in ono of tho best
sales ot f;chooI d?.,-trlet bonds 'ever
.'secured in this c?u&ty and the trus
tees are gratified I over their suc
' The proceeds from the bond tfasue
will be n sc tl in the'erection bf a mod
ern and commbdfdlW school build
ing to serve tho needs of the 'consoli
dated district. ' .<
. Tho site. upon . which the structure
will be placed bab jnet been select
el'though a commtt^eo to. decide thia;
matter' faa^ booh appointed.'
' ~i' '?>.- ' .. .. - ' '.
Truth Victoriens. .
(PromTho Houston; P?st.) V
.A Boston huh baya hbv got home al
2 ?, m,, and told his wife he ' had
been out drinking with ah old friend
from Providence ?nd': shh floored him.
with a rolling pin, knbck?ng'hlm 4n
Ucnslble so tjiat.hrt 'c^lild not get up
j tor lo mlhujh^.j--.Bur>'B?''g'ot'':?p- ^and
' lt shows that truth crushed to earth
can rise again, it the blow-ia not vi
Itali- ' :,:V ' ': '.. *: ?
A COMER OS ; TICKETS
Mach, Taggart and Sullivan ?es Large
<8t. Louts Dispatch;) .'.'.-. .
; Now Yoric, Illinois arid; ' Indiana
control the admission1 tlvckot situa
tion for" the'democratic Natloual ' coa
vcatlon, which open'tt5here a. week
from today; \, ;'? ^'".'.v-.-;'V-i*
These three states, controlled by
Norman M. Mack ot New York, Tom
Taggart of Indiana' arid Rtogor Sulli
van of Illinois; bave^each received
500 tickets la addition lo the tickets
to be given thc delegates,.Each.dele
gate (B tb get ono ticket in addition
to hts own:
About tho T?tet- Jefferson,- the
headquarters bf the ?atl?nal commit
tee, a continuous ' protest . against
,;Nonuan, Torn arid Roger". coritroll
Urig' the ticket dis rlbutlon is h?ard.
A personal lieutenant, of Roger Sulll
v&a ha? the custody' bf taetlcMta,
which wore ? delivered .today*.-.... The
tickers aro lock?: iii a stool eafo,
ned ia addition to thVSullHan ttou
tfthnt, a policeman'' Ja-* * ta lionel at.
the door of tho room oontni?lng* the
, Headquarters for tho Sullivan
boom tor tte vice. i?iealdenUal,. norn
inatton will be opened !Friday. In th*.
Bismarck buUdinff.VVjvacroaa1 the
streot front Rotel^^?r^mif.^e*
York- st?to comrolU^.V AvadqaartoH ;
will also be opened ,jt%;'.v. watti,
building. Both are d?^?'V;gf?upvt
? tleoTi 4. ?OMy c a ' ,. stjdfcj^^paratee
?Satfi?aa -William ^i?hi?bi^'t^?
VSpoemhey?' ot . iaa^e^rat?e
national cdtmnlttee, lett ?r[ Chicago
Sa|ga't?v:::?i?ey- wilt'te^?eata: ot;
if^aTrmaa. Htlles of . ripubttcan
national vcoaimlttee ' aa**i?U e*qupy
platform. Heata at thei*epublteaa eau*
veattoa, Ia rotura ?e^te cewrteay
.t?atra>aa; MeC^bs i?d b^red Mr.-.
B^^ecalyed more ?gfc*:;$M? t??keta/
asa caae^t: tbs earnest ^^os5rAta';.ot
HaoRftB, Arkansas arid other, slates,, to
. ;ab>^gj^^t ?h> r?publ?abs
."V V<1"\ > :>.V?'f* ?/?- ?-?V* t. '.'
li yo? %rS2t s Bd ?ss?WS? o^fs
faction, thia is surely the ?hep
weit till the rush was on befo:
Our store is full of just the ame
want to load up With if you 1
pearance to make a hit
i t?. .' r -.'
V ?/V- .' 'A
would be .Interesting to know, to a
certainty bo? many voter, a ' man's
picture might win for him' against
how many it lost for hun. ,.'
In our humble opinion'the candi
date who pu'o his picture, before, tho
public aa'a reasonable exhibit'-of. bis
fitness for a position is courting de-j
teat. ' According to thin - way "Of
choosing men the' bande?me would
g?t the jobs, especially when the wo
men can vote, and yet it in an "?tab
lis h cd fact in physiology th?I most of
the Teal smart and able /.men- ar?
ugly men,> and this applies to* : the
women.'" too. .Th? " thinkers - or rna
world are generally lear, folley, and
hence' unattractive rio pictures but at
tractive In mind ; Tho peacock is . si
beautiful bird-but the little red heh
ls wh*tt feeds-.the world;. "Prom . bia
picture no one 'would have voted for
horsham .ihtcalp.v' 2fom. ?hfa; jisteitz
Thomas Jbfforson - was no -besut .'-Frosh;
tUS-picture 'Alexander stevens war,
a dwarf".' tTom" hhV picture"1 no?" one;
wotild vote for Mri Wilson or. Mr*.
Koot or even Mr.: Hughes. The con-;
dldstes who are -' good looking put
their pictures in the paper and', thus
show their.weakness. "".,/!.'?' r.',
BALAAM'S FAMED ASS
HAS PECULIAR B4TAI,
Higginsville,Mo., June ' lO^iJlSr?>
euee, a. horse which 'speaks ita mind ?
fi eely, hay astounded negro. st?bleS
r"sn in this vicinity; and encouraged
i hellet that he'ta h supernatural- hat
rack. 'Ho speaks hot fluently but with
discretion, and his owner. Clay Good
loo, has never . yet.' failed to under
stand, any; statement made-by.-th? ra
Recently while .engaged |n beating
the coal out of . Clarence, Miy Good,r;
lea heard thc anim?t soy, "On!' Oh!?
In toned/so human, patient and .with
al so . agonising, that for a moment j
ho Hi ought seriously of stopping the]
curre1 ni assault. Since' then ; , tho,
'weird conversationalist has. cinched .
his tongue deprecatingly whenever
ho has discovered sawdust in"hlb feed |
and bas said, "Oh! Oh tv every ttaei
he ia allowed to view, the family #9r?
rey, , which deserves some exclama
- Inatuiuch. aa tho equino v/indb'ag :
has.' never hada, lesson and doesn't I
know Mr. Bryan from a hole In . a I
doughout, but chatter is coneldektotj
odd, if not, i ti i cc il, peculiar.
^ifTJEEOEk" BY ?N&?F
Havannah, da., June 10-Not long
ago there emanated from government
sources a warning to. the negroes ?t
the ; Sooth- ta. pay no attention to
stories that a huge som. was- walting
be distributed by tho govorrunont
g thea? hpesase they ar; their, *n
?? ,?iM:-M^a.:ai?T?s- .' TbdairTin
*ity court. -3a^ga-;'^ai^-.r?^ti@ei?as
latta, to; ?s^>ii^tfp^7W
swindling and carrying a pistol. .3
cheating and ewindUmr obargaa grew ]
out of Johh?ouvs use of the 8toW/?|
'Ci^^ty^'th'.-the baited; ww
hearne:' / :--Vs.
All the oWHime slave negroea, **J
t^-:.tu*-^te$tfy to oe.;-#v*?
oums'ftw?te? feemi?^ Pitias up'thei
"yf> -A-*? * A-.'-.!"..'
..? . , ? - ... i v~-.-? !
H,re ere ih.^. Chat twe?y ^
your taste. You may have tba width; brim
and height crown that you feel tho fceatVith
V and look the b^t un^r;$l.!t?jo^.
?IT .Panamas that are the limit in ell the good
< qualities a hat can possess $4 and $5.
' ' ? gp* " . ? ... ? j V ''W^My :. if^H
laen there are tbs felts. B-?-E hats in
the newest blocks and, cblannga>--~?pr|ghUy
' . springs plumage indeed-$2 and $3. - The | ?
s. \ Evans Special and B-O-E special, v
:-" -; . . 'fe
Stetson's showing here is one of which the
Stetson company is proud. It's complete,
all the most likable things are here. They're
sw yoi? ???BS- p?lzc? at $3.S?, 35.
. We didn't - ' >
aumtion you'll Caps that reflect taste. You will like ?hem.
i/ant you? op- The new shape with our new designs are |
most attractive. $1.S0, $1, 50c.
ger and one Roadster; , , N \
. ' ' :.. ; \ ' ... .' jj .-. ... >;: .t;i.-i; :?->
.Don't Ipll^lljl^^^^i as there were "a
number of buyers for the car advertised a
few days ago? v r ^ -j -|
I ? 'll ?lilSSilli'; f "
AND \: ~ ...
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t. TICKBXS-Round trjjy tickets V^?il &d ^f?r ?tt *?t?l<m Wed- ?:
y Tickets will drtly ft? gdod Ws?aWrd tra?n? dite toJf?ave Or??i
wood at 2;tijp^iil :27 P. M.^Jun? i4tH. '
I ^eturtt^i^regutar . ;^