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MR. GAILLARD DIES.
George Spivens Held as Accessory i
The Negro Smaels in the Mur
Sumter, Ot. 9.-This mornin1
Corir Flowers e(lntiilnled let il
quiry into the 1nider of Mr. J. 1
Gaillar(d at Maniing. .The inquest wa
hel( inl tIle court house. A large1 1 nun
ber of eitizens were I.resent.
Mr. L. L. 1l11nter was engaged a
1)r. S. C. Baker, who atteideId ti
o ure lz:nnm, w l t fir. t witne
exmnn-:!. ir M -y--nis! writ
inig."''lTe doetor( deseribed the w:us
He said lie ball entered the left sid
of the ab)doImien. plissed to tle righ
hip hoIne, perfniatinig the intestines i
its course. Thie iilet. a VS-ealibr<
was givn to tile etronier. Dr. Bake
said tIhat (;aillard made itno statemer
except that lie was sitting on I
Mr. Charley 11aselden next testifie
that inl C-1lhillia at tile peiitniltar
vestenil lie ositively reconizv,
''T.11mpfire Bill.'' Ohlep owh h
him. Gri!kanrd 1,ilurkt1.
lenry Ch.I-k o0, N111lumn. nlex
SWOr,1 was inl lite Iem! or'ficti. nl
hean l the iopi'rts fit the pist'l, hii
di'l n, .te V 011". n"r hear anv dh
tu':ien.Abwiut 20 minutes Iatel
whenl 0I' vil-4ns1 trainl was leiavinl.:. h
saw a white mal stanidinz on one
Il- l,. phatformi -,f the coaches With
in his hand. Said he woul
Ire l i ze him if lie saw. him arair
C rtrll y Spivels. traimillinater of th
cire . V' - a, \\ rn ted i Bi,hlpvlt
on Sn'-w-1.1Y :- ."'ri'll .-. "\
inl. 7\r. 1'1:111Z p-isit:nt1v lidtntifict
hiim !th man he Saw with the pist"
John W'hinton. (1dtloredi. a specia
polivelmail (.In the M11ilinz filorciv. als
identified Spivels as the mn111 he SaN
with 1 pistol in his hand standinz o
the platform (if one (if the co-,aches.
'Mr. .eSwailn Woodtl I .f Mainnin
as n the1 i e(1vp .1 pla w''I i n -lit
shl'w was, 1lilng-. ]I(. Saw tw\o4 fla Il
of a pi.till inl (p1ick .u1e i1 an
tilt iIlree 111('Ie, not as FIast. Saw
il '' th ja teirin t' i'l l t ir vil
Ili 11111 bi" v.Ild 14
aiiii. I t li't in it tall'l Intlit ean el diia
ree1 we-im:-ainl it' hev sho.nil -
him. lUe hec.1rd no t*u-s blIfel*n- Ilr aflo
tit shlooting to attract1 attention I
the sp< t.
Georg -e spivenls, white traiinimastv
of Cole Bros'. shows, sai( tihat. lie si
perintenIded tle loading, as was I
duty. Heard tile shooti, but was n0
nlear where it oceurred. Didl not kIoN
anyl tiing about it or that anyon
liad beenl shot until ater reaehin
Bishoprille tel- next m1orning. The
her tha nit al n was shot throur
the hand. The morning lie got t
I'd ;ra- hedunk 'llmch an;
was illad biesides ab1tl thingt s goinl;
wronllr. lit did no( remember exac'tl
wha he had sail to Pla"an111 .1. (
M('Le'od. iIe hadit said that 21 man wa
justified ini prot1ectinug himself wvho
threats were made to hang him. H1
hieard the' shotw ple1t talk aimon
thouse~-es thant '"('ampfire lBill" ha i
donie te slitoot imri. Sirens wais clost
Iy examinetd lbut nlothli ni definite wa
F"latnaan .L. C. AlMend, testiftie<
ideithat prn came11 nto'. i ltheti- cab
in I. li' el sk ed i abou tel hot i
he kiiew who id thlit shlitn1ii. ii
did not ask Spivens wyhio it wals.
nitin iii whazter abou 2h)Iit tIhe shootint
He hadii heen sick ini his hun11k for' t w
dlays. When arrnested "C(ampfiri e Bill'
tried to ma2k e the officers beilieve t hr
he ( M tort') was '"Camup fire Bill."
Ed. TliIton,i 2 anothler shotw n1egro al
rested at I ishiopviille, hea11rd tlie simot
inii, hit kniew nothing about ii
Heard .the( shotw peolelf say tha
Ciampfi re Bill"' did thle shooting
Just before daylight "'Camipfir'e Bill'
caime intto the car wilere he slept. Ha
never been there before, atS he wa
Charles Scott, alias ''Curley,"'
mulatto boy who was arrested
Orangeburg last night as a witnes
Ksaw the shooting, blut did inot reco
nize the man that did it, as 1he was c
:'' the other side of the horse Mi-. Oai
lard was riding. Heard peole si
CapieBill'' dlid tile shlootin
When the shooting was going on
' hite man, a wratchiman, known:
blci whose name is McCormit
ia standing on thle oither side of t
? an who did the shlooting, iernhi
,, pist 't flat ear, isI man -on
s%ave uett an'd recognized the man w:
'~K4iJ ',ite, night watohman f
us,. s Otheprivile
-'~Wit 4~1e~ eating~ 'tchd we
~,'ewi ' b rain, to se (
~ ~ il i!ghtSpitonas pn
ing. He knew nothing about the shooj
in:.w un1til nlext day.
0 The above testii,jivy is given in
very brief synopsis. It brings out som
The jury returned the followinl
''J. E. Glillard catme to his doatl
i- on October 7, 11906, at Sumter, S. C.
;. fron a iunishot wound inflicted upo
. himl at Manning, S. C., on Octobei .
- 1900, by (lie hands of 'Campfire Bill,
alias Ilenry Small, alias Jack Me
s Coomer, inld that George Spivens I.
an itaccessory to the deed.
S'A. 1. Mnning.
The accused will be tried in thi,
. county. The law provides that in i
e t-'der ease the accused may be trie
il In le counity where tihe crime wa:
( c4i1mmnitted or in the countly where thi
deceased died. Court does riot con
r Vene in Clarendonl county until nex
spring. Court convenes in Sunte
conilty, October 22. Judge Ilydriel
.\ fair aid impartial trial (anl b
had inl Sinnter county.
S;r.nge Indian Remed'es.
reatv virItues are ascribed in In1idir
I to the eI ws and horils (if certain ani
:n.ls. ier claws are in great demant
t wit 'h the coiinllil people. One or twu
mclas mia he worn near tlhe loins, bu
u 4l lne possess a late ntumb111el
e tle fortnie owier makes a garland ol
t' them andi wears them around his neck
I Deer's horn ground into fine pastc
is an excellent balm for pains an<.
L. 5welliins. A more curious use is foun<
e fL.r le same substance: it is some
rin- iet made into a powder. which i
t 1ne,lSed I. aid the .tzrowth of stunteI
i w'men. The joints taken from tiu
, ih am slender tail of the blac
I ncorpii are supposed to keep illnes:
1a tin rm's distance when children wea1
themlnl their waist thread.
ii .\ re-l or swollen eve Is eured b\
'1ainu- it touched with the bolt o1
a 0-or. A r'.memdv which I
V eplidwih losidlerahle
il nll rI'v thanl -le epilePtic fit
1V a O emwh "t kvys in the p.1it1
a:1i li ihe t-atrer. I havv
:ni 1 ti the lit la-Zos alwav
ty it th ay ar, pha-1
I :-e Ai. A vi the mint riemedv
ii:s f iprained neck is t<
U-v .1n iron ineasure for a pillow.
Siire throat is enred by spitting oi
red hot iron-quite the simplest an<
least expensive cure known to the na
a live doctor. Peacock's flesh is a good
tmedicine for acute rheumatism.-Ma
The use of concrete iasonvy prob
I , blY h.' iii with Ihe Riomiaiins. wh<
- -nployed i! in rw:& buildini,r ani
Coiiin- lown fr4nm the it ine of th<
'inas. te ancient city of Ciudai
h liaS walls existinz at the pre.
nI day in which are buried largc
'.wl1ers of stonec. These wvalls are iit
ordl state otfreservationi at the pre
Sienit t ime; in fact, so mutch so t hal
t!ey still beatr thle prits of thle board
whtich made up the forms which held
teconcrete in its semi-liquid statt
('iteest ing mattecr toi note that thli
miiodiern practice of putting large
masses of stone ini concrete masonary
-follows exac'tly the scheme used iii
bruilingt these ancient walls of Ciud.
ad lb d1ri'.o. Tis miethod nmot omntl
rednteis t he cost of the resulting fa
brie, butt also makes it.
,Ierroild I enn' .1et anyV sp)''eedif
it that mior ear you I' oii ld ime. Yii
toldd mie youi had been airrest ed si:
tines ini it. 11lobarit-So I was, oi
,echap. For obstructing the highway.
t London Star.
FRANK R. HUNTER & OOMPANY
Real Estate, Stpeks Bonds and Mort.
S gages Bought and Sold. Office
over Herald & News. Telephone
I Newberry, 5. 0.
We offer for sale the following pro
ni I. Seven room cottage, near New
~, herry College. Good garden, stablei
.and orchard. Has bo0th well and eit:
l. 2. Cottage and 2 acres land neca
,y Newberry college.
g.. 3. Six room house and 1-2 acre ho
a near Mr. R. C. Perry's residence.
a~ 4. Four room cottage and 1-4 aer
k, lot in same block.
le 5, 6, 7. T.atssNon Floyd and Pureel
14 8, 9, 10, fl, 12. (5) lots on McIntos
13. Store room out Qn MeInka
ar 14. 5 room cottagej aid5 aeV iled
at near Mir. N 'al'a's doIo.,
. 1, 1,17, 18, 1~rd:'h
illi, will sell as a Whlo. i
into lots to suit purehaser.
32. 21 1-2 acres land near )l1ol hor
-33. Store rooin at Mollolion iii.
34. One acre lot mear Farm rs'i01
36 and 37. Lots near Frnors 01
mill. 50X150 each.
38. Lot 25X154 'next to Hair ant
Havird 's skyserapper.
39. Lot 25X154 next to No. 38.
40. Lot containing 1 1-2 acres nea,
Mr. C. G. Blearso's residence.
41. lit near Mr W. F. 11wart's rcsi
42. 4 rooni cottage and 3 aeres land
Withinl vity limuiis.
43 and 44. Two lots near Mr. W. L.
Reilev's residence containing one acre
15. Lot 80X325 near Mi. H.- 1l.
46. 47, 48 ,49. 50, 51, 52, 53, 54. Lots
inl (Ihe Duncan property.
55. Lot containing one acre oi
56. 57. Two lots on Main street
77X201) ft. each.
58. 59. 60. 3 lots containing 50X25%
each oi Kinardl street inl Jones' pro
M1. 62. 63. 3 lots containing 47X24
feet each, on Kinard street in Jones'
64. (15. Mi. :1 lots containin, 50X250
teet each onl Kindant Street in Jones
67. Lot 50X250 on MeCaughrin Ave.
(8. Four room cot t aze with good
garden and water. on Kinard street.
(39. 70. 71. 72. Wor lots on Mai"
street contain)in- 70 X 210 feet each.
73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 5 lots on Hunt
-treet 50X2:16 feet each.
78. New rer-idence and eight .acres
land within eity limits.
79. Lot 50X200 on Hunt street.
SO. Desirable residence. with mod
ern improvement. Close in.
R1. Seven room cottage. Close in.
Fitted with electric li-Ohts and water
2. The Dai.vid-o.n prperty contain
in:) -3 . Will tut " suit purchaser.
s4. Lt c-ntainin-: 1 19-If]0 acres. ii
S. 22 acre; land 1-2 mile from
86. 200 acre farm near Whitmire. S.
C.. and oily one mile from R. R.
87. Plantation near Pomaria con
taminng 260 acres. Large dwelling, etc.
8. 425 acres land near St. Philip's
church. Two settlements.
89. 70 acres land one mile from
Polmariia, S. C.
90. 32 acres land one mile from
91. 88 acres land. 7 miles from
Prosperity. S. C.
92. 107 acres timber land near Dr.
93. 360 acre farm near Kinards, S.
94. 200 aeus well improved land on
95. 70 acres land near Mr. Ben
96. 140 acres land 3-4 under good
wjire feneo andl only 2 miles from eity.
97. 132 acre farm, 2 1-4 miles from
98. 300 acre farm known as the
99. 198 acres timber lands unear Mr.
A. J. Gibson's.
100. The Clinie shop property, con..
taiimLr two story building and one
101. Building lots on Boundary
102. Th'le (cromner place containing
12 neres well improved1 land.
103. T1'ract jining i No. 102, cont)Iain
104. House and lot neat- Jacobs'
105. D)esirable renting property.
1 06. Building Iots on 0O'Neall street
107. '8 acre pasture within city
108. Desirable building lot contain
ing.. 2 1-2 acres.
We will buy, sell or exchange
stocks and bonds of all kinds. List
your propeity with us!
FRANIC R. HUNTER,
STORM . RONT
hoes, Hats, C<
J. & P. Coats Spool Thread 0
They are now sl1lingcl
hair worth'60c. for 48c
Mohair worth $1.00 for
wortl " c for 4860, ;
worth 60 foi 48c., all c(
c lh v.orth $i 25 for 98G., 0?fy
13 1 2C , Tricot Flaint'l, al c" 11 s,
Voilt-blue, grey and black, worth
all colors for 5c. to 15C Miss "alss
any of her friends. We also carry a
se'ling out cheap.
A first grade teacher is wanted for
:he Reagin school. Term begins No
vembiher 1st and runs eight miontlis.
I'Salary $35 a month. Applications
m1a'Y be sent to any one of the under
G. W. Swittenberg, C'h'm1.
W. H. Long,
J. T. Pitts,
Newberry, S. C.
I am prepared to sell Wrap
ping Paper, Paper Bags, Pa
per Cutters, Twine, Hat Bags,
Lard Trays, Box Paper, En
velopes, Pens, Penstaffs, -Ink,
Mucillage. In fact anything
in the Stationery line at whole
sale prices. I will save you
your freight. Call and see me
malves' Boor Store
STORE YOUR COTTON.
TI e Standard \Varehouse Corn
pany offers its splendid facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
Warehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Green wood, Orange-i
burg, Anderson, Newberry.
LOW STORAGE RATES.
A BSOLUTE SA FETY.
WE . ~ T1RE YOUR COTTON.
Receipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address
CHAS. T. IPSCOMB,
Sec exaiy Standard WVarehouse,
Compauiy, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, but us a safe
an H1h REVIVO0.
i~I Co Dr 1c
COMPLETED TH,ilR STOC
ithing, Dr Good
le Cent per. Spool ULmited ti
Worth of Dross coods,
Aray Mohair worth ,$1,
, Grek-n Mohair worth
78c., Red Mohair wort
>lors Brilliantine worth
"eihi -,rt1h 6oc. for 4.c, Wo
worth 35c. for 24c., Silk Brocades
30c. for 22 v2c , Silkette Linings, a
le William, % L is with us row, w
fine line of nV Shoes worth fr(
CO.'S DRY GOO
Building, just below the Smith Co. 4
W. E. PELN
We sell Sure RenediE
us is Reliable. We gua
F-tiction with every packs
When your doctor wi
:ring or send it to us.
practices; we Use purec
make our highest aim t
wtishes. Our prices are
THE BANK OF
3apital Stock - -
Undivided profits -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 p
Special attention to farmers
;mail, none too larg to enlist our
:o meet and greet you. Call in.
A. C. Wise, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
Board of I
N1. L. Black. A. H. Hawk
3. S. Birge. J. S. Wheell
3. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunte
"The longest pole knocks down the
New York. While there secured
cheap things (not in quality but ii
about complete and we invite inspec
sledge hammer prices, and in, Dress
from 5c. yd. to f' Co. FElegant Gin
Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans, I~
line Clothing, men's, youths' and
New York scooped lot of Boys' Cio
This. breaks all records. First lot al
soon. Hats and Caps, new Broadw
the rnewest and preLtiest. Don't tal.
just right. For Groceries, Hardwaz
'At and Bay State Shoes, Drop-Hen
years. j/93 old reliable Domestic I
r,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, sacl
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45.
Making 23 H UNDRED Barre
SEE FLeOUR Just Received an
Best Patent $4.4v
is and Notion.
t One Spool With Each $100
:5 for 98c., Plaid Mo
$1.CO for 78c., Blue
60c. for48c., ZebilInb
c. for 48c., Brilli'antine
35c. for 24c, Broad
rfted, all colors, worth 25C. for
, ll colors, worth 35c. for 24c,
il colors, from 1oc. to 25c., Outing,
11 be glad to show these goods to
>n 25c. to $6.oo, which we are
s. What you buy of
rantee Absclut6 Satis
ige sent out.
- tes your prescription
Dur main business is
Ve allow no slip-shod
t medicines only. We
> carry out the doctor's
I Newberry, S. C.
TY, S. C.
- - $25,000,00
- - 12,160.00
er cent. on time deposits.
accounts. No account too
best attention. It is a pleasure
C. Y. Hunter, Vice- President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
Ins. P. B. Warner
~r. . J. F. Browne.
r A. G. Wise.
)R TH E
persiinmon." Jusit ret urned from
he new things., nice iirigs an~d
price). Our immnense stock is
tion. We can, only mention a few
Godds the new things, s.hades,etc.,
ghums 5c. yd., H-ome'spun 5c. up..
'lanne., Outings full line.. Elegant'
boys', and Overcoats While in
hing which we offer at 49C. suit.
>out sold out' second lot expected
iy styles. In Millinery we have
e our word, come and see, prices
e, &c., we lead the van. Battle
d Sewing Machines warranted io
dIachine, $65-oo klbd $25.00
ed 6oo. bu.
Is of that CHOTOE TEN N.
d Wh!'e It lastsi to go at