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THE BULL FIGHT.
King Alfonso and His Queen Watch f
Eight Bulls Butchered..
Madrid, June 3.-The royal bull I
fight Saturday afternoon was the r
climax of the spectacular magnifi
cence attendant upon the marriage of -
King Alfonso, and for the time being
Madrid forgot the horrors of the at
tempt on'the lives of the royal couple
amid the brilliancy and excitement of
this natibnal pastime. It was feared
the event would give opportunity for
another outrage, but everything pas
sed off auspiciously, King Alfonso
and- Queen Victoria being continuous
ly the center of enthusiastio popular
From about noon crowds chocked c
the Salle de Alcala, leading toward F
the Plaza de Toros. Extraordin4ry
pr'eeautions were adopted to prevent
another attempt on, the lives of their
:majesties. Within and without the
vast amphitheater the picture.was
ne of animation. Through every ap
Sroach came the gorgeous equipages
f members of the. royal families and
he persons of noble lineage. The
ultitudes which packed the evenues
avere held back by solid masses of
cavalry and infantry.
Carpeted With Flowers.
Within the structure presented a
wonderful scene of vibrating color.
The arena was carpeted with flowers
which a sharp wind carried about in
eddies until the ring was cleared for
the comhat. Around the circle, risiin
tier and1 on~ iier were (60,000 persons,
Iost of mh'ir. 'n gay co.staLmes, w
the royal box dlomiUnat in:t the spc
At 4 oi'clock King Alfonso anid
QuIeen Victoiai entered( thle boxes
IOohing~ ont upon the 'dI.>.iting mi
t tude. " he kin: wV..4 a military
uni t'orm, wyhile the queen was at
*tiredl iin white lace w's -:oses (ainti
ly arr'anig1 in -her whi te mnantilla.1
Much sympathy was felt for thme
young queen in undergoing this fur
~Thec bull fight itself was a disap
pointment to the Spaniards, as some
of its usual blood-curdling' features
*were missing, probably as a conces
sion to the queen. She viewed the
glory spectacle without the least out
wardl evidlence of emotion. One mad
dened bull literally tore a horse to
pieces under the railing of the royal
box, from which Victoria looked
down without shrinking.
Eight bulls wvere dispatched, four
oif them by cavaliers mounted on
horseback who were chosen from the
first 'families of Spain, with the
Duke of Midina Coeli, the Duke of
Alba, and the Marquise of Tobar,
as their patronis.
'rhe British official delegation did
not attend -the bull fight in conse
queunce of the susceptibilities of .the
British public against this kind of
Most of the princes and envoys,
however, were present. The Ameri
can special envoy, F. W!. Whitridge,
a Collier and. Miss Whitridge
The city Iea 'part1illy resunmed its
carnival a0poot as a result of the
heroie efforts mad|e to drive out the
night thje s.king and queen received
the prinde and envoys at the palace,
the reception taking the place of the
royal ball which was cancelled be
cause of the recent calamity. Mr.
and Mrs. Whitridge wearing a
gown of white silk with lace end
gold, embroidery. Minister Collier
and,;Mrs. Collier also were present.
Renar -for #4mb Thrower.
A N*ard of *,000 haa been of
fered' for the apprehension of the,
nAInWfri I e
on Boyce St., jist bad
e all our friends and cu
argains, If p s33ibL?, th
I Insertions to match all widths
price 1 Oc. yard.
worth everywhere $1.00 to
tuthor of the bomb outrage. There
s not the slightest clue to his identi
Judge Valle today interrogated
tobert Hamilton, the English sus
>ect, for an hour, after which he was
'eleased, as his innocence was clear.
The arrest of the English an is
ausing a deep undercurrInt of
Iritish resentment, and has also re
wakened the animosity of the igno
-alit Spanish rabble against the
Iritish, as the, latter blindly assert
hat Queen Victoria's coming to
dadrid was the main cause of the.
ttempt on the King's life.
The proprietor of the boarding
ouse at which the- suspect stopped,
as recognized him by a photograph
s being a notorious anarchist nam
d Navarro, who was one of the sus
ect after the attempt on the king's
ife in Paris.
LAW AND .ORDER.
Inisters of The State Asked to
Preach About Law and Order.
Mr. W. C. Allen of Horrell, S. C.,
1rganizer of the State Law and Or
leir League, is sending out the follow
ng letter to the minisiters of the
Horrell, S. C., May 5th, 1906.
Dear Brother:-At the last meet
ng of the State Law and Order Lea
ue, I was appointed Organizer, and
Ifter looking over the existing con
litions in this state, so far as they
I ffec respecI.t foir lnw and es5t ablishl
nenit of order. I have heeome imlpres
:ed, moreP than11 het'ore, wi th the ne(eil
If emphasis beihg p)laced onl the
Sancity of Law'' and the responsi
ility that each ind(ividlual must bear
n upholding the ''Majesty of the
Therefor'e, since thle main object
>f ou organIiizationl is to build senti
nent along the line indicated above,
mtd also since the funds and time to
levote to this, work are both limited,
lie officials of the league, realizing
hat the great need just now is to di
ecet the attention of the peopIle of
hie state to a study of the general
mubject of law and order have decided
;o have Law aind Order Day, on the
~irst Sunday in .June which is June
ird. To this end I am sending a copy
South Carolina requesting them to
>resent to ,their respective congrega
ions on June 3rd~, the Bible teaching
nito consideration we could fall, we
hiought, oii no better plan than to
inve the subject treated from the
Bible standpoint, as a -begining for
c ampaign we expect to wage all
thong the line. We should be glad to
iavc included ini this~ discussion, if
rou think appropriate. 1(1) The res
onsibilit.y of the inldividlual for the
mforcement of all laws, the repeal
If h)ad laws, the enactment of good
aws, and (2) the great amount of
rime committed which includes 215
tharges for munrder in. this state duir
ng 1906, with only 03 convictions, and
3)the fact that all that is lasting of
mr civilization must rest on a sacred
egard for law.
The newspapers will be asked to
liscuss the subject of law and order
luring the week after June 3rd, and
he presiden.ts of male,. colleges 'of
he state will be requested .to' em
>hiasize in their remarks to their
~ra duiatinug classes, the important part
hat they, as college men, wvill have to
ear in establishing a regard for lawv.
isa )egining for a campaign in this
vork, we want to get these three great
gencies to aid us in arousing the pee
>le to a study of the subject. The
teed is apparent. Violations of law
ibomnd and we want to create a thirst
C of the 61d store that tt
stomers at our N E W Si
LmI e,ir b3fore. C3ma t(
A big line of Men's and Boys'
popular colors and weights-Bh
Suits, also Sicillian, Alpaca anc
per cent. discount off regular ca
for civic righteousness, for disregard
for law is begining to assume large
If the pastor of more than one
church please present this discussion
of the subject to each as soon after
June 3rd as convenient. We do not
wish to interfere with any depart
ment of church work, but if you can
possibly arrange to do so without de
triment to your work, preach on law
and order from the Bible point of
view, on June 3rd, and we hope by
concerted action on the part of the
whole state, to accomplish some good.
We feel that this concerted action
will add force and significance to the
movement. Will you help us? I
hope you can. I enclose an addressd
postal card and shall be glad for you
to indicate on that your feeling in
Trusting that you sympathize with
our effort and can arrange to aid us,
and awaiting yours, I am
W. C. Allen,
AN OLD LETTER.
Written by Geo. W. Glenn to Hugh
Lawson Nearly One Hundred
Pinopolis, S. C.. May 31, 1906.
Editor Herald and News,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir: Here is a letter that may
interest sone of your readers, from
"Poplar Grove,'' postmarked JulV
27. and 180 3-4 niot ed as the pos1 tge
to be c~ollcted. The (late of the let
ter dliffers from the p)ostmaster's
Mr. Hugh Lawson, Mount Zion
Acadepiy, Hancock County, Georgia,
Newherry D)istrict Co., Carolina, July
28, 1817.- Dear IHugh: I have un
pleasant tidinigs to give you. I have
lost the best friend ini the world. My
dlear Hannah is tno more. On Friday
last she badle adlieu to this world at
four o 'clock in the afternoon. I have
to bemoan the. loss of a tender anid
affectionate companion. Language
cannot describe the feelings of those
who have suistained such a privation.
You hav'e lost an amiable sister, b)ut
I have lost a tender wife. The con
sumpt ion, that cruel complaint, com
mnaced abimt six months ago, and
in the course of that time frequently
appleared to yield to medicine, and as
often returned wvith violence until at
last it. has finished its work, hut shte
bore it with christian fortitude. It
is a consolat ion to all her friends 'to
know that she had well. groundedI
hopes of a joyful immortaity. T wish
you had heeni here to see in what
peace a christian can (lie. Shortly
before her departure she told me not
to weep for her, for she was goingI
to hieavecn. Shortly after~ she was taken
she told me that she would never get
over it. .She had a sense of the for
givenness of sins, and cheerfully gave
herself up to her heavenly Master to
(10 with her as it pleased him. I trust
her~ heaven-born sp)irit now mingles
in glorious society. Some time before
her' death she gave up little Harriet
to brother John 's wife to keep for
her. Poor Harriet is now very sick,
and ,I fear her case is very dangerous.
I expect to keep Rosanhah mayself.
-I wrote -a .letter some .tinie ago to
you stating the dangerous situation
of your sister. I looked for you very
much last week, but it is nowv too late
to see her, wvhom it would have much
rejoiced to See yom~
When it is convenient I hope you
,will como,to see me and the children.
I intended to write 'more fully to your
mother. Write to' me every oppor-'
tunity. I will always be ad to hear 1
ttrlI y will alwah iUi. Cue.s -
ev did occupy, not m
"ORE. We havea be
seeusfor DRESS (
warm weather Clothing in th
ie Serge and Grays, two-piec
. Serge Coats and Vests. 2
of your well being. Accept of m
esteei and friendship.
George W. Glenn.
Hugh Lawson, my mother's fathe
was a boy of 16 attending the famou
school kept by IRev. Mr. Beman. Hi
father was one of the founders o
the University of Georgia and selec
ed the location. His mother becam
a widow and married a Mr. Glenn.
hope to hear from some of that famil
and give them this letter.
Hugh F. Oliver,
RESOLUTIONS TO BE PROPOSE)
AT THE MEETING OF TH:
STOOKHOLDERS TO BE HELI
ON THE 15th DAY OF JUNI
Resolved: First, That the capiti
stock of this Company be increase
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars b
the issue of one thousand additionc
shares of common stock of the p.
value of One Hundred Dollars eat
and four thousand additional share
of second preferred stock of the pf
value of One Hundred Dollars eac
These four thousand shares shall coy
stitute a second preferred stock, an
subject to the prior claims of the flr
preferred stock now outstandin,
shall, for the period of ten years froi
July 11, 1906. unless retired by th
Company as herein below Inentione
lhe cutit led to dlividends from the n
earnings of the Company~ at the ra
of seven pcer cent per annum, payab
semi-annually on the first days<
.January and JIuly in each year' befoi
any dividends shall he paid on il
These dlividends5 shall be accumul;
The Company may retire this sc
mnd preferred stock at any time a
ter July 1, 1911, by paying the holi
er's thereof the face, v'alue in morn
together with the amount of all ul
paid dividlends, if alny, up to the da
of such payment.
After the expiration of ten yea
from July 1, 1906, any second pr
ferred stock then outstanding shes
become a seven per cent. intere
bearing debt against the Compar
for .its face value; and( with tl
amount of all unpaid accumuilat
dlividends, if any, shall become a fir
lien upon the Company 's property,
in liquidation, subject only to tI
claims of the first preferred sto<
heretofore eca ted. R esol ved Se
and, That the Directors of the Car
lpany3 are hereby inistr'ucted to i'l
with the Secretary of State in its b
half a petition for amendment ofi
eharter' i.1 accordance with the for
The above resolutions will be pr'
sented to the Stockholders of tI
Mol lohonm Manu fact urn g Compati
for their consideration at the annu
meeting to be held in the oficee of tI
Company in the Town of Newberr
S. C., at 11 O'clock A. M. on the 151
day of June, 1906.
Geo. W. Summer,
.President & Treas.
Z. F. Wright,
For Sale by
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land save you money.
* If you have your full
read on. Scarlet mea
tion." If you love the
In exchange for your S
John Mayes will give y
SILVER GRAY COLI
Jewel Casss, Loving Ct
(with the broad a), TH
j YOU EVER SAW, ea
i Smeltzer Hall in suchi
a student gazes intentl
r can distinctly hear the
h and F. 0. Black. But
the "voices of long ag
who becomes the hap
these college memen
t the voice of her own he
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and you have gray mai
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or for Cash.
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SNewberry, S. C., Jur
H. C MoSLEY,President.
M. A. CARLuSLE, Vice-Pres.
Surplus snd Profits.
Protection to De
-M. A. CARLISLE. Burghe
GEO. JHNSTONE. PlL
VOH B. FELLERS. - cipic
W. P. PUGH.
0.W. BOWES. We 1r
H. C. MOSi!TEY. mi
e old store, at the back.
tore now and expect to
ATS AN D SHOES, and
Lawns, Swisses and Organdies,
ns at reduced prices.
New Store and it will pay you
share of gray matter,
ns "The Heart's Devo
college come down to
4iver Gray, in plain coin.
aps, Candlesticks, Vases
E PRETTIEST THINGS
ch engraved with old
3 life-like manner that if
y at the front door he
voices of Hal Albright
the alumnus will hear
o." And the lady love
py possessor of one of
tos will inevitably hear
hart plainly spelling your
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art pumps the true color,
ter in your brain, don't
RAY BOOK STORE
n men cement.
and Double Sets.
Ily invited to in
We sell on time
le 6, 1906.
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
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sitors . . $53,500 00
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and prompt attention.
mt your business.
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