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K. H. AULL, 1DITOR.
The Newberry town"council got
together the other day and adopted
a resolution to the effect that the
present schedule on the C. & G.
railroad is entirely satisfactory and
requested that it be kept on. Now
that the old schedule is to be res
tored we wonder how they feel
about it ?-Aiiderson Daily Mail.
They have a feeling of regret that
the railway authorities were forced
to accede to requests of those who
don't know a good schedule when
they see it. The new schedule
the present schedule-suits Newber
ry and city council so said. But
the little towns like Anderson and
Greenwood raised an unearthly
howl and Superintendent Welles
and the other Southern authorities
were willing to do anything to
please the children.
WILL ISSUE WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
The Herald and News e ill print
its next issue on Wedn(.cay night
so that the force may be able to en
joy a day or two during the Christ
imas holidays. Advertisers will
please take note of this. We would
like to have all changes today, if
As the people of Newberry coun
ty become accustomed to the sche
dule now operated on the Southern
railway the better they like it. We
believed if the schedule should be
continued in effect long enough the
other towns would like it better.
We are very sorry that it is to be
changed on the 12th of January.
Charleston has been suggested as
a suitable place for the holdiog of
the (lenocratic national convention.
An excellent suggestion. We agree I
with the Macon Telegraph and the
News and Courier that if the South
can not have the democrate candi
date for president at the next elece
tion, it ought at least to have the
convention at which the candidate
,vill be nominated.
The December utnber of The
Stylus, the literary magazine of
Newvherry college, has rece'tlv been
issied from the presse" of' The
State company. The Stylus has al
ways taken a good stand among
college iagazi nes both from a
stand point of literary elegance and
typ)ograp)hy and this numer is an
excellent examle of the average.
SOUTH CARO0LINA NEWS.
Items of More or Less Interest Con(dnsed
In the State.
The Spartanburg Jou rnal says
there has been a good deal of cotton
stealing going on in that county'.
A number of the thieves have been
caught in the act.
A negro has been arrestedl ini
Florida, wanted in Lancaster count y
for killing a negro. The nlegr;
killed his man , went to VTirginia
cam bU ack and1( gave hims115 ilup
the auithiorities. and( thIL: eseau
'llme State llewspa1per report.a L.12
LegI(O infII lIers5 near lIopk ills, \\es~
toni and( C..ongaree, inl thei southla n
section of Richlanid conmiy , alre des
titute and1( oni the verge of starea
tion on account of their crops beinmg
wipedl out by a series of wecathmer
conditions starting with the big
flood of last June, hail storms which
occurred later and early frosts.
The State makes an ap)peal for
December 15, 1903, by Rev. J.
D. Shealy, Mr. J. P. Wise and Miss
Minnie Wessinger, both of Newber
CAPBRS SHOWS AN ALIBI.
Says That He Was Not At Hanna's Banquet
at Which the Negro Judson
The Washington correspondent
of the State says that if John G.Ca
pers, republican national commit
teeman, United States district at
torney, Republican referee and
chief adviser of the president for
the State ot'South Carolina, did not
sit down to table, eat, drink and
was not merry with a negro--Jud
son Lyons, register of the treasury
at Senator Hanna's banquet to the
national committeemen Saturday
night, 12th, at the ArliUgton hotel,
then Mr. Capers has been grossly
slandered by four members of the
national committee who were pres
ent-one of them a representative
in congress-and by the esteemed
secretary of Senator Hanna himself.
"If Mr. Capers did attend the
banquet as Representative Brown
low, n tional committeeman from
Tennessee; Solomon Luna, national
:omnmitteeian from New Mexico.
ind Elmer Dover, secretary to Sea
itor Hanna, positively assert that
Le did, then so much the worse for
Kr. Capers' memory. For these
gentlemen declare with one accord
:hat Mr. Capers was at the banquet
ind remained throughout; that if
ae had any compunctions about eat
ng with his conferee from Georgia
:ie kept them strictly to himself.
"By members of the committee
vho were there it is stated that Mr.
"apers appeared to he intensely in
:erested in the remarks of Natio.1l
'ommnitteeman Dimick from Ala
)ania, who spoke on the negro que
ion in the South and the attitude
)f the Southerners towards hi.n.
"The many friends of Mr. Capers
inong the Southern colony- in
Washington are hoping that fur
.her developments will show that
ie has a double and that his double
ite with the negro while Mr. Capers
went to Bai,* more.'
CAPERS SHOWS AN AI.I11I.
Cpt. Capers in a card published
in the State of Sunday says that lie
was not at the banqluet, but at the
Lime the banquet was given lie had
been called to Baltimore on busiiie s.
IHe publishies a Copy of a "LIter 1.e
wrote Mr. Dover, IIannas secre
tary, xpre.siig Iris regrets that ie
woild not be present.
Mr. Capers places his '"keen :,e
grets"~ poiethy in ihis letter.
A New Machine.
B3ouk night & Eargie hrave a new
maclinie for ti gh ent~inrg tires. A ny
tinmg in the ircksitiniirg, wheel
win ght inig or bnaggy imakinrg 1lines.
A Small Fire.
I he roof of EAitor W. HI \\'al
lace's residence caught fire from a
bnnriuing ciiimirey ea rly Saturd nay
afternoon. Thne dlepa rtmuent wnas
called out anrd soon had thle fire out.
Th'ie damrage was slight
To see uis for your
brin, it) W(ast p.riCO*S.
lRnalsI ()h4 Sarnd, Abo l .
M~j.AN U lACTIm w ~.ants reliable
mV.narn to deliver and( collect; horse
and wagon and $150 dleposit necessary;
$21 a week and expenses; permanent.
Franklin, Box '78, Philadelphia, Pa. 4t
Knights of Pythias,
Newvberry EAodge No. ?57.
~TATED) CONVENTIONS OF TIS
Lod00ge will be held on the 2nd and
4th Tulesdlay nights of each month at
8.00. Visiting Knights cordially wel
comedl. THOS. E.x EP'TING.
K. of R. arid S.
Crotwnll Hotel Building.
....COLD-SET TIRE SETTER....
"The Machine that Does it Right.
You can find this ma
chine at our shop. Why
not set your tire and
not let your wheels run
down. Why not spend
one and a half dollars
for a whole set instead
of spending five dollars
for one wheel? Will
give perfect satisfac
shoeing a specialty.
Call at our shop.
BOllllt & Ear1e,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
This is no game of
chance. We will y
give you dollar for
dollar. We wish to
say to you that we
have a very large
stock of goods that
we would like to
swap you for some
of your monev You
have the money
and we h-Ave the
goods. it wi't be no
trouble F.-ir u- to
trad_,6(-. swt nwod
ni-eod thJV! r
The0 LIght of thle Kitchen
S,-,EVERYTHING YOU EAT.
to ;ui. us .ca ,
before you select a
Newberry Hard*s Co.
F. A. SCHUM PERT,
W A N'T'EID--P'ersimmon, D)og wood,
hlickory and Holly Logs. Freight
padeon, ea s. JaeCCcsht
Two Big ;
Are filled from flo
with desirable merc
will find it very ea
here, because the
right, the prices arel<
are polite and ever
ble will be done to
your advantage to
We want to emphasize the
can or will sell you goods ci
selves. Our present stock w
ow figures, in truth we h
goods on our shelves away ur
We propose to give our custto-ners the beri
md advance the price on nothing so long as
It'S a big Sto0k, too, and you must, take a whael
Dress Goods an
Our stock is complete in these
M3[X-mZI.= V3%E.3"T :X3EP3E
ve have three experienced ladies to look afe
ead fitte,I bore. We catn fit you or your lit]l
Air shoe store, too, ii full of good shoes for a
Walk Over Shoes for men have [n) superior,
,r Wore, but there are mone better. They ar
iy the most skilled workmen. Every paii gu
Regina Shoes for
[nd turned, soft as a glove, Goodyear welt,
f those elegant Shoes; every pair has- our gu
Ideal Shoes for Bo,
Visit our htores We will give you value I
pend with us.
est line c
Goods at Ot
96&Specially low i'ec
W ELL~S BORED-Although I have
Newvbc'rretcounty I ats in tellusi- T WII
n-ss. Iarties <lesiring myerov iesV Newi-u
TIarrant's store. hue
I. A. MCDOWELL Tem
Newberry, s. c. balance
1LMINE IIORSES-.Just received a .
.2nice lot of Kentucky horses. Call & 1HO
anid see them. -'P1Y
A. T. ITGHTON &, CO.
or to ceiling
)w, the clerks
make it to
give us your
fact that no house
ieaper than our
as bought at very
ave much cotton
ider today's ruling
it of our fort unate~purchases
our present stock hold3 out.
iat it. We are the leaders on
lines. In our
r your interests. Get your
E girl in a beautiful cloak.
There are shoes that sell
1 made of the be.-;t material
aranteed.' What more could
made like a man's, all styles
ys and Girls.
-eceived for every penny you
s on Lamps,
~L SELL SA LEDAY i
ry I.I., S. C., my Ibts
~tor and lot in HI nen Ol
payablei one ye ar. s ene
to M. M. I UFORD, siness
Newber ial wi