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EAklN'S MIOTIEST AND BI
/13IN ALL TI
N AVITING FEATS
TWICE DAILY. T
LARGEST RAILROAD CONCERN
PAOPELLED BY STEAM.
AlL_TENTS SUN AND RAIN pn'.4
JUST A MOMENT PLE
TE SEARCH LIGHT OF TRUTH ON THE
OF THE WORLD
AS EARTH'S LARGES"
T 3 RfNaS-All Double Len,
T-i 3 ST,aAI3S- -103 Educated
3 M2NAGeRIS~-1100 P
3 HIPPODROMES-l05 Ci
--3 HJORSE FAIRS -300 Sta
3 SP13CAL TRAINS-41 .
li e FLODNGFEABTS OF NEW D
The Year's Best'
seats ror 11,000 Persons b
BY THE2 CHARMING YOUI
LIMB AND LIFE FOR I
IRCIA LYCC AF E P.
PretDsretRYes tFE TH ;uo
te pitueaoe Dn'
LIVEYMRING A N O~ER
VAST ASK ANYBO-Y
MTAI PS .
f2 \tgTRIPLE 4
- AMUSEMENT ENTERPRISE
SWHICH HAS CIRCUMNAVIGATED
THE GLOBE .
- SEATS FOR 61,000 PERSONS
ASE-WE TOTE FAI
COLE UNRI EDSHOW
7AND BEST REPRESENTATI
Ouh R. . ars. The Fountains from
Quadrupeds. First flubble tll the I
pIe --nd An----- est, MaIost Noveland
cges Deans,Ploats. Talk of the Times ab
Volly Clowns. c~Iyu Showsatwhkh
LIGHTS BY OUR CONGRESS OF CELEGRI
y are Katchless in Marvelous Wond
Freat. Don't Wait toSee Othera
:neath our Sun and Waterproof Te
E SURPRISE li AG!
1G PAR ISIAN WHO R ISKS
wAME AND FORTUNE.
IE SHOW GROUNDS.
~RADE AND AT 6.30 P. 31.
Highest Priced Open A
ented exactly as shown
>Ie Menageries where are to be found
r'eemin arth's Most Crious Crceu
WVEiNG~ MILES TO WITNE
at in s.con' ato PonIes e 14o
SoT E,,phanto mnc Cames$r
4 WIMf AT 10 C')LOCiK
STOM AT PENSAO0LA.
Every- House in the City Suffere
More or Less Damage.
P*ensacola, Fla., Sept. 27.-Th
wavist stormi and hurricane that th
CINIf coast lifts experiened~ Sinc*e tit,
village of Pensacola onl San Rosa is
hmid was swept 107 years ago, bega
last night atnid is still raging late thi
afternoon.. It is reported that mnan
lives betweei the city and tavy yar
have been lost, but as many report
of this ciaraetei-have been current al
day, tile report does not obtain cred
it is known, however, that many o
the houses in that section are undc
froml five t", 10 feet of water, an
in.-my women have been taken fror
IVeoid story windows and carried t
safety in boats.
The estimated pn-operty damage i
$3.000,000. Every house inl Pensacol
siffTered daimage and many roofs ar
blown off. Telephone and telegrap]
and1(1 electrie ligit wires are among th
mass. Thle watter front is strewn wit)
wreckae fo. miles on either side o
lie city. and vessels are piled on th
wharves, or where the wlharves one
were, in utter ruin. Big steamers an
many liter sailing ships are lyin
lhigh anl dry up in the city, where ti
tide lms never been known to reacl
Iverywhiere for miles around wharv
have been swept away or are damage
leyond repair. The electric pow<
wats shut offt at 1. o'clock this morninf
Ihere is no st reet car t raffic and con
munication witi the outside world :
practically tt off. The streets <
Pensacola are strewn with timber
tin roofing aid broken glass. Th
dispateh, witli other telegraphic ma
ter. is bein- carried to Flomatin, Al
)y the Western iUniow manager, wi
Inake the trip by trainl to ascertif
the extent of damia-e done here al
elsewliere. It is feared great hav<
and loss or life will hie shownl wl
reports from the entire section-s alor
Ile coast ean ie gathered.
New Orleans, Sept. 27.-A tropic
inirricaie has been driving the wat(
of the Gulf of Mexico in shore for tt
past 18 hours with winds of 45 to ,
il0es an hlour. The storm had not aba
ed karlv tiis afternoon.
;'reat Iiloss of property, ew no la
lifv, had been reported up to this a
ternmon. N vertheles great apprehe
sinfi fo elt for tie towis alol 1
('11n1C eoast, w,-hich are cut off fra
C0'41o1utnnicati in with New Orlean
This apprehension was inecased 1
;everal narrow escapes from drowr
ing roported durin the riay.
The first eagre details to reach t
eoiy frotmnling districts told i
S lhavoe wriigof t by thesLe a Ponca
traii on the outlying ortion of N
S iley eas'o.. h re.TeNw%a
"" Orleans, the lake havin risen aboi
E five feet because of te Incoming w
ter. All railroad, telegraph and tel
hih pote Cpremnication was eut off. TI
ben- rtihesd of the Louslke. nN
Ita eaheria inHturomcthe Pro- f
mieWastitgtft hee. The7.-elatrem
port fomthesrnlraiFroad teort<
S ea' tatther btreatl oer show Ptha
tain strwas r)ateo lan( dsan<
di.tfnc5 wiest Quee tatd station, tril
ns.twer prvte frromn tientering the ma;
i-- ub thelise a tha statinig
mileUSE toFr The storm isTpob
centrl totiWeatithe ut h ceth
port lll ortionigip)..'OIClV
Wtas ihing Sepii. r 27.-aed rot
westerom Alaaa,i belia., to 1l
weathbreau inhtere show that it w
distance weus. fta tain i
Aid n hrreicanersgrenhth,vthe ma:
ieu loet at we the statio bin
reales the oer LThe streipobab
VeentrlI (onight5 ding soth entr
howers wilae noren roegeivenorti
andtate, inchiding Louisiana andoson
westrn wilbama. iti i thieed tid
decreasingpin valleyan theivalle t'
mte slowhlntcwSatead i
ltAb incread int hey hweter mo
beo lofkdfrwe the midAlni tstrn
-. rechs helo Lake region. FI'i
th Tropbale courrse Leavesth Waste
hottswille norh etrug 2-ThenessT
an d Kientuckieand inti ther2 lhovt
ississippi vley, the (Oi otc ana
RI hve othe Atlntic St1(at's inand;w
pobiablytt spreanotwsterlydrcvn yo
"" to0ftemdleAlni ttsa
.ae owerLakeregin by Frid
a velocity but slightly less than the
48 miles an hour recorded in New Or,
leanis durin. the day. Reports receiv
edt by tie Associated Press do not in
dicate any loss of life, but the damage
e to propety is enormous. All wire
e commuiication is seriously disarrang
e ed and in some instances has resulted
in cut tinl off cities completely, Mo
ri bile, Alit.. not liaving been heard from
s for neaYl 24 hours. Numerous washi
F outs Iiave occurred, the interiuption
I from this cause in one ease extending
s 30 miles. ,
Pensaccoa, Where the maximum .Ve
- locity of wind %ws probably felt early
this morning, reports a property loss
f of $3,000.000 and sends rumors of loss
r of life, w1hieh it is impossible to con
I firm, as tle tincertian wire which held
long enon.hi to gleam this information
this afterIIoon failed with the com
ing of nigh't.
Rumors in New Orleans.
New Orleans furnished numerous
wild rminis during the day, but later
reports rom there indicate that while
there was considerable damage to pro
perty. there has been no loss of life.
Wires between New Orleans and the
1 Gulf are down and it may be several
days before anything can be heard
from th territory 'between the Cres
eent City and the Gulf, 'or from the
sliipipngAi which is riding out the storm
in the openi Gulf.
d Biloxi, Miss., and Moss Point, Miss.,
r have not been heard from for nearly
. 24 hours; Moss Point reporting the
.. water five feet deep in the streets at
s 10 o'clock Wednesday night.
f There was a heavy rain and high
s, wind at Montgomery, Ala., but nio
S serious damage was done.
A gale is blowing at Birmingham,
1 after a day of steady rain, and at
o Memphis the rain has been continuous
n for 36 hours.
Atlanta began to feel the storm at
noon. but up11 to 8 o'clock its force had
n1ot beenl inicreased to an extent por
tending seriouls results.
The Louisville and Nashville also
suffered several washouts near New
Orleans and no trains are being run
toniglt over certain sections of this
t- trackage. Tle New Orleans and wa
ter at several places in the vicinity
of New Orleans.
PASSENGER TRAIN DERAILED.
m Train Wreckers Throw Passenger
s. Train off Track Near Alaendale.
The Fireman Killed.
Counibia, Sept. 27.-The Southern
le nortbound passenger train due here
at 6.30 o'Clock from Savannah was
r- wrecked bet ween Bartow and Allen
It Tle rilllroad IOfficials think that th1t
- track has been tampered witi and that
- the wreck was the work of train
te wreckers. Thie m11agistrate at Ba t4 Mw
telegrap1hed tile Governor for bloiod
hound cs buti none were avai labIe at
e lie t ine. However la ter on thle bountds
wer.e rushed to the scene of the wreck
dand are trailing the wreckers.
The fireman, Andrew~ Kemp, was
L-killed, his legs being crushed into a
jelly. Kemp is a negro and has been
fireman on the road for some time.
yEngineer McD)aniel was badly burned
andic eut. While his injuries are very
Spainiiful it is not thought they will
No passangers were injured, though
six ears left the track. Seven rails
wer~e removed from the track. The ob..
ject of the train wreckers is not known
but it is thought they were discharged
enemployees of the road. Railroad de
tectives will be sent to thle scene of
he wreck at once.
Ii TEACHER WANTED.
A first grade teacher is wanted for
the Reagin school. Term begins No
vemaber~ 1st and runs eight months.
Salary . 35 a monthI. Applientions
niiy lbe sent to any' one of' the undaer
(1. W. Swvitt enberg, C'h'im.
W. 11. Long,
II .J. T. Pitts,
Newberry, S. C.
eSTATE OF SOUTIf CAROLINA,
C COUNTY OF NEWBIERIRY.
4~ By .John C. Wilson, Esqiaire, Probate
j 1EREAS, S. 1). Duincan hath
imade suit to me, to gra..t hiim Letters
(If Adtministration of the Estate of
eand e,ffects of Dr. John B. Simpson.
11 TlESE ARE THIEEFORE to cite
and admonish all and singular the
r- kindred and Creditors (If the said Dr.
d ,John B. Simpson deceased, that they
Y be and appear before me, in the Court
of' Probate, to be held at Newberry on
n Wednesday, 10 October next after
piiuientioni thereof', at 11 o'clock in
the ii foIrenioon, to show caucsce, if' any
thihave, whly the s;aii .\dministra
e ti brhuld not be grnantedcc.
- (I VEN unlderi moy lIn Iihi .2 1th,
day' of' September Ann, I 'mini, .1006.
.. J. C. Wilson,
"The longest pole knocks down the pi
New York. While there. secured th<
cheap things (not in quality but in
tbout complete and we invite iiopecti<
sledge hammer prices, and in Dress 0,
from 5c. yd. to $1.50. Elegant Gingl
Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans, Fla
line Clothing, men's, youths' and bt
New York scooped lotof Boys' Cloth
This breaks all recorUs. First lot abol
soon. Hats and Caps, new Broadway
Lhe r.ewest and prettiest Don't take
just right. For Groceries, Hardware,
Ax and Bay State Shoes, Drop Head
years. 1793 old reliable Domestic M
-4,ooo bushels Seed Red Oatts, sacke<
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45.o<
Making 23 HUNDRED Barrel.
SEE FLOUR Just Received and
Best Patent $4 40
Best Half Pat. 3.95
Best Meal 80c. busi
Best Grits $1.75 sa
Oct, 22 to
Races Every Day
South Carolinians f
be at the Fair for "[Hon
ONE FARE I
A CENTURY C
For rnore than a hun,dred y<
SPRINGS MINERAL WATER
thousands are ready and willing t
cacy in all diseases of the Liver,
Drink Glenn Springs Mineral \
drink this water and be restored t
Glenn Springs Company
For full inforrn
Passe n er
,rsimnion. just returned from
new things, nice things and
price). Our immense stock is
im. We can only mention a few
)ods the new things, shades, etc.,
ans 5c. yd., Homespun 5c. up.,
unel, Outings full line. Elegant
ys', and Overcoats. While in
ng which we offer at .19c. suit.
it sold out second lot expected
styles. In MIillinery we have
our word, cone and see, prices
&c., we lead the van. Battle
Sewing Machines warranted io
chine, $6i.oo kind $25.oo
I 6oo. bu.
;of that CHOICE TENNES
while It lasts to p at
Y, S. C.
rom everywhere will
ie Coming" Celebra
~ars the merits ot GLENN
have been recognized, and
o give testimony as to its effi
Kidneys, Stomach and Skin
and on It.
Vater and keep well; if sl.:k,
Glenn Springs, S. C.
Wilmington, N. C.