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~H. AULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C.. as second class matter.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2.
Ths'e agaimzt wh(m. 11i e
have. been 'br<,ught in c e.emem
wVit th le excurKiiin .'t.eamier &;Geea
S]ocumn dli-a..e. jn which hVnred
o'f hinan livL- were loit. were ar
raigned yesterday. it is reported. an
in each ca;e a plea f lot guilty wa
entered and the defendants were ad
mitt --d to bail and will be tried lir
in- the approaching October term
i.ie court in which they are arraigneI
.\ffairs ,f this kind can nit h-: ,,i
fully investigated. Not wn ly hax
the .-ficers of the law a du,tv in thi
particular caze. but there is a miir
pr sn g (uty uptin them ti See iii
that by, bringing the guily parti t
ust~ice in his case. if the disa!ter wa
Casled by criminal negligence. t) pre
V"nt such horri)r-z in the -ure.
The counity h1a.; led: ahunidanlt rainl
during the past several days. and th
cotton prozpects are unOW gOOd. A
our farmers want this year is a fai
price for their products. They woni1
be in a position to demand a fai
price if they raised more supplies a
horme There has been a great im
Provement along this line during th
past few years. and we are ex)eCtimli
the time when South Carolina an<
the whiole south will be able to livi
at home and to sell *heir mone,
crops when they get a fair price an<
not til! then. The world must hav<
our cotton. and there is no sens
whatever in letting it have it at fou:
and five cents. Many of our far
mer., have long since seen the foll:
of tnis and by raising their supplie:
at home they- are able to get a pric<
for their cottoln which is fair an<
T:he presidlential campaign :s nox
en in earnest and p)romises to be on<
of the cil'sest in the history of th
country. it seems that both partie
are ti be fully pro vided with th
sinews of wvar. in ither wi ~rds. tha
moinev will not~ be lacking on eit he
side. Bioth the candcidat es hi! ron
* the pi'tal state of New York. ni
there peCrso na! p pularity :s giing t
count fo r much. .The tpriospects an
bright for demoicratic success r
* New York, and from p)resent pros
vects that means the success of thi
The Sunday School Picnic.
Those wvho have in charge the at
rangements for the appro aching p)ic
nie at Ebenezer by- theSunday Schooil
of WVest End on the 9th ofi Augus'
co ntinue active ini their effin rts te
make the occasion an enjoyabie da:
for every chill in WVest End. There v-il
be no addresses or anything ofii th
kind. The older folks are gon i
the pupoSe (ir see'ng that the chiildret
have a good time. and they intend
see that they do. Swings and othe
means 0f enjoyment wviii he place<
on the groiundls and everything don
for the pleasure of the occasion
WVhile it is a Sunday Schooil picnic
not only are the Sunday Schooln child
ren expected to attend, but a specia
invitation iS going to be ext endIed t
every child in WVest End. and ever:
chil<d is wanted and is promised a hi~
The Failure to Stop.
President \. G. Chihis. of the Co
lumbia. Newherry and I .anren s rajil
way. reqIuests that it be stated that h<
egzrets very much that his passenC:
train No. ;2 did no t stiop at Mit. Tabi
party whol wereC desiri ns at returnmUs
to NewyJi"rry. andl whi v-ere t rcer
to wvalk to Little Mountain that after
no:im to catch a train several hour:
later. President Childs says that hii
was in Co lumbia at the time the wire
came asking that the train be stopped
-a that he gae orders for it tC
stop. He was called to Baltimore ox
ibusiness. however, and his train mas
ter. \Mr. J. A. Summersett. was con
fined to his bed with sickness, and
- some way the orders were not car
President Childs stated that it wa
always a pleasure f,.r him tI sIrv
the Pep-- o Newberry in any wal
thI at heC Could, anld thatlh regrette<
v-rv nuch that the Newherry gentie
meii were put n t 'o ine"veniecec las
An inctsly earnie and practica
1ddres wa delivered in Ceintra
Viethodist church an Sunday I*n
f I. -
. igio the vaine .1f educa.ti''n. an<l
e-pecillyi th-: education ctfi wimen
. e Dr. Jami, .\. Du)ncan. agzent
i't C.'lumlbia Female cilleg. Th
- ucee vwill frln ve iron its pre.
en-, cramped quartters t a new sit
m ar llyatt's parl. in the suburb
if C,!himbia. and Dr. Duncanl is seek
ng axn ' hel chuirch the nnancia
asiianfce fr the plain which is
be ericted. It is .desir.:t to secur
I,'M ieach clngrega in the Stat
sIarv ft,r 11n-: year. -aid aimiounit t
ht, paid in three <Iud annual pay
1enis. The plan as stated by DI
DI'Ca in his addIresz Suindav morn
ag. will cSt ab)ut Sioo.ooo. abou
S40.ooo '' which is a. yet unsecuret
A !arge congregation greeted DI
)tnicani. After announcing his tex
r the )eaker immediately went it
Shis subject. ile claracterized edtica
r ion as the most practical thing il
t the "\\"rld. and lhe pleaded more es
pecially f .r te edhucatin 'f the w
m-ien. zaying that it wa. wIth th
moh the lianxd if silape the des
Z tinies of its citizen,hip. Dr. Diuncai
receive(d cl,ise attention throuighou
hi, excellent Semni u'. At the conclu
sion a nunmlber t,; pledges were re
cIived and a cash offering was taken
TO WORLD'S FAIR.
r Superb Tour to Pacific Coast To B
Conducted by Mr. and Mrs.
-Mr. C. H. Gattis.'the Seaboard pas
.enge-r agent. Raleigh. N. C.. ain
I nounced recently that Dr. Win. Blac
and wife of Davidson. N. C.. who ar,
well known all over North Carolina
would personally conduct a tour ove
th Seaboard to the World's Fair
IColorado.I Califorinia and -hle Yellow
sto~ne Park. which would leave 01
IAuguxst sixteenth. Arrangement
Iare being made fo'r throu'tgh Pull
man cars, to be started ir nm RaML gh
\\ilxmiingtonx and Charl' tte. and mov
r fro alnroe on special t:ain. pr'
vided( there is sun'icient numbher t
.instify the ' perati'n xxf' thle trair
li not, they will move ''n regtuia
train. arriving at St. I .'otis the mor'n
inxg of the 18thx.
-~This will be 'n t f 'th moc n st at
raciv trips ' fferned t' thii' se whi
I 'e5ire t' visit the \\' rld's Fair ani
Califo rnxia. Ar ranemxenxts arech
mgam(de for)i stpec:aia i tel ace<mimmo
d aixn anid sid4e trips ix' c<'nllect 'i
wtx thex party fo r Cal iforinia.
Thle ro ute will be via Atlanta
Chttaoi ga, Nashville. M\artin ai
St. Louis. At St. Loiuis. for thxi
ar.xxrrangemem, wili he made i'
thix aRc'ommi dati' n. at that p' in
an etirnx. and tIle (iali itrna par[t
.will sto'p fir a wee-k at the \\' rbl'
rI'r m thenLx pr' ceed west ' ven th
.-I -e rou'te. throug -:xlKansa, Cit;
'4top at thlxe Granxd( Caixyox, ixx Ar iz'o
Sna, txeixce 'lx ti1 I's Angeie.: ait
. Saix Francisco. :,top)S beinxg made;
fewv dIa:: at each p)lace. At Sanx Fran
isco side trips will be arranxged in
Sacramento. Cal.. I"'irtland. \\ash.
and( Seattle. '\~a-h.
Onx the retain a sto p 'f ine weel
wil l be xmade at Ogdenx, Utah, w ~her,
the' pairty w-ill make a week's visxt t<
ellowston~ ae Park. go inge jit thi
Tdr att Sainxt Ant' nv. 'r -' ida
\ iman. ()nx the return fr'im th,
'r- thev will miake a +. ax a
e xit. lI )-nver. C I :laad >iprix2
ke ' eak and the Garden --i ih]
- ~ rie' cexi Clxa-:e. rll: 'Iil 1
er w 1 IlicIt *1il v t 1:-" land. ar
ra~ll iH. li s w\1II Ile inad'-- it'r il
ec' nmifert, xlxey (Tavla' 11 ' 1 ' nuinla
ears. airrange(tcl I 'tr il party.
The i-ate fi' tihe r' und tinip frin
Rde.iLlh. Char- tte- and \\~ilmintoIn
and all p1omS in N 'rth Carilina t<
Sanx Franxcisci anid returnx will be ai
I trip rate to the Grand Canyon and to
- the Petrilled F,,rest in Arizona xvill
- b. only $6.50. The side trip rate
from Ogden. Utah. through Yellow
- st-ne Park and return. will be abwut
i S5.00. inclding carriage hire. ltel
acc amindatiin. etc.. while in the
ar1k. The ther side trips will be
a V' ve i iall coSt alld it i S Cs'imated
1 thi theL '.:n r t.~'I rip. inchtiing -ide
- rip. railrX ad aI! Iullman fare. will
i.: :.;. . ana nh h tel
in .n. th-. .ervice'f Dr. l ack
I i t 1 per,'nally ciml:et hiis tilur. as he
-. i, on f the hert kniwn tmmster,
i n N,rthl Car,dlina. :md iS al i,th r
. ghl acimamted with the rIznte
i ver w ich he will carry. the party.
- he havin" made the trip everal
time. N I dub Dr. Ilack will car
'x ry lairge party.
o T e em ie t 1rp will c11rsm1. atlh"c
i1c eCve f iered fr.,ii Ni-rtfh Car nia.
-, ThIieiie,iring fu!! and1 det a'c'.
ie fomtion sh ubd c,mmnuinicate a~
* ince with 1Dr. Bl1ack 'r Mlr. Gazt
.and titely will he idl advisei.
I.i expec"t'd that a largc nub r
'in alegh iltake advant;"'ze" 'o
The -sanest fourch" wa; where it
[rained th hardest.
t jMrs. Van Newport-I saw you in
I court this morning.
- Mrs. Dakota-Yes: I am trying to
a Tom for breach of promise.
- Mrs. Van Newport-Breach of
- Ipromise? Wlhv. he married von.
Mrs. Dakota-Yes. but he soleminly
- primised to applV for a divorce two
1 months after the ceremony. and now
t the deceiver wants to wait a year.
T will give a barbecue at Utopia on
iThliursday. August 4th. Following is
the bill of fare:
Reef and pork hash.
Fresh tomatoes on ice.
The Blairs will do the cooking.
'W. I. Herbert.
for the grand and only
of the season to the
Wed nesday Augustl10.
FA RE $2.00 ONLY.
Leavec Newber:y 7.30 a. m.
For inform;ation. etc , see or
wrte P.?F. BAXTER.
J. MARION DAVIS.
or M. L. SPEARMA N.
Best Mineral As
Near H. CANNON,
Ne rC,, N. & L. Depot,
Shingles! Shingles! Shingles!
200,000 Shingles just
received, FOR SALE
CHEAP, also Lumber
and Laths, Rough or
Houses Built on short
notice. SHOP WORK
such as Mantles, Doors
and Window Frames
a specialty. Repairing
of all kinds.
Shop in front of jail
Shck(ley & ivingstoil
Newberry, S. C.
We find th
more in this
we care to
all who wish
sure that we ca
We have a fin
ing Hats, Hats f
and see for you:
Our lines of' Whit(
Light Woolen Dress
evening wear, Hosiery
all right. Nice lines o
Come and see us.
+ special attentio
+ are compourndE
+* and graduated
+ of liberal experi
25c. bottle, any rerr
* 50c. bottle, any ren
*$I.OO lbottle any rer
*$1.00Obottle any ren
*ILOWEST PRICES TO DOCT[
it we have
,nt is in coma
anc we feel
e lot of walk- 4
or Dress and 1
1 Goods, Muslins,
Goods, Goods for
, Corsets, etc , are
n by us, a1
d by license
~edy, 5for $1.00
iedy, 6for $2.50*
nedy3 for$2.50 *
nedy, 6for $5.00*
IRS AND MEROHANTS,