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onditions in North Caroina Oauso
Government Officials to Be
come More Vigilant.
Washington, Oct. 24.-Apparentl:
trouble is in sight for Commissione
Watson's shipload of immigrant
when they land at Charleston on No
vember, 2, and it may be that
number of them will be required t
The trouble that is expected is du
to the fact (lat during the last tw
weeks immigration officials have bee:
investigating the case of Hilda Bar
nes, a young English girl, who cami
to the United States unler proinises
it is 9,l....(1, by ren -oI flIves of cot
ton mills at (lastonia and Charlotte
N. C., lint sie would receive bit
wages. She was said to have been of
a party of twcaty who went to Nort
Carolina. She had no money whioi
she arrived, as was tle case with tl
other niemlbers of the party. She be
c-nme dissaltisfied v !; er lot, an
then became a chi arge on the country.
Private detoLves have been i
North Carolina for two weeks and
report filed with Cotnissoner Sal
gent by them today indicates tIa
many In hi.gh up in offical life ir
that state have bevn -iiillv of violat
in% 01 immo 'tm laws and are sub
jeet, to aiiesl.
So serions tias the situation becom
in view of the early arrival of man;
immigrants at Charleston that Com
missioner Sargent left last night fo
Charlotte with D. A. Tompkins an,
other prominent men from that place
whio were er' liv cuy in confe
enee with tiv commissoner and Secre
tary Metealf' of the departinent o:
Commerce and labor. Mr. Sargen
will take the matter in hand personal
ly and will make a more thorongi
investigation of the fack set. out it
the report of the special agents.
This trouble will undoubtedly causc
the immigrants soon to land at Char
leston considerable embarrassmen
aiid will result ini a more careful
scriutiny than otherwise would have
been the case. T1. now appears thal
many of tihe new arrivals at Charles
ton will not he allowed to proeced t<
otlier parts of' the stat( intiil they
have been held sufficient time t<
convince tle iiiigration officiali
tl'd e"' 1 A .'Iheme i: being workeo
on t.he bureau. Mr. Sargent will in
vestigate condltions fully while away
not only in North Carolina, bnl ir
other parts of the South, and will pro
ceed to Charleston to be on hand be
fore the Wit.tekind arrives.
The imnig-ration bureau considere
the Nortli Carolina case as unfortunri
ate for Watson, as it will undoubtedly
cause many of the immigrants to b<
rejected who otherwise would have
beCn allowed to enter but for this oc
HAS BORROWED LITTLE.
High Levy for 1905 Brought Muel
Money In-High Valuation Will
Bring in More.
The State of South Carolina wil
Owe less at (lie ('id of this year that
mi manyul prev'iouis years. Undler thi
laiw only $50,000 can b)e boirrowved bi
one year to meet debts that arc con
trated and cannot he mt by the ta:
mlonJey r(eeived. Ulp to t his y'ear th<
full amount ha~s had to be' obtaine<
from baniks in the North, hut (hi;
timie only $325,000 was borrowed
whic'h means a considerable' saviing ht
The r'educt ion ('an be partly ae
colunted fot' by (lie raise in (lie ta:
levy in 105 which was (lie mone,
usedl this year. For the present yeaI
the levy was put back at its fi'onme
figure and until thie returns from thi
anditoirs commenee to come in it wa
thought (lhat next yeai' would imeni
that (lie State would have to go bael
to the (.ld way and borrow (lie fuil
amount in 19fl7.
The retuins, however, indicate ai
enormous increase in (lie valuatioi
of p)roperty and when all the countle
are heard from thei'e are indication
that batsincss may be coniducted ontt
.cash basis next year. Twl~o return
received by the comptroller genera
showed in('reases of 12 andl 15 pe~
' The total valuation in Lexingto
of all pr)oper'ty for .1905 was $4,194,
605 and for 1906 is $4,818,954, a gaih
Iont Aiken county, where the assesi
mentsom have always been high, the val
126,740 and for 1006, $10,262, 842,
~,ain of $1,136,108.
,Other counties have shown gain
* ily as great, especially in the Pe
aosection of the State, where, I
Ssaid, the land has always beet
heecd at a low' valuation up to tha
eont year. The fact that the Stat!
id ot pi'ovide a flexible levy as ad
de by the cemnpi "or general
vented even fuller returns, bul
the start has been- made in the right
direction, and there is a general de
3 sire on the part of county auditors to
abide by the .resolutions adopted at
their convention here last year, when
it was decided to rigidly enforce the
law. Returns are not,yet made at the
full value, but it is thought that with
changes recommended in the tax laws
- this can eventually be done and all
GLADDEN ON RAOE PROBLEM.
He Suggests that the Negroes be Giv
en States in the South and Left
to Work Out Their Own Sal
- Associated Press.
Oberlin, 0., Oct. 25.-Before the
American Missionary Association in
session here. Rev. Washington Glad
7 den, of Ohio, discussed the ''Anieri
1 cnn Missionary Association and the
DProblems of Emancipation,'' saying
- in part:
''Te legacy left us by emancipa
tion is the care of the negro race In
the United States. It is a national
problem. The burden of this obliga
- tion rests upon the whole nation, as
t ,many of the wisest Southern men in
''The problem as it confronts Is,
involves the principles ott which our
nation is founded. It is well state.d
in the words of Carl Schurz, 'There
will be a movement either in the dir
- ection of reducing negroes to the per
manent conditon of serfdom, the con
dition of the mere plantation hland,
alongside mute-practically without
any rights of citzenship; or a move
-1ment in the direction of recognizing
hin as a citizen in the full sense of
"Such a movement as that describ
ed in the first alternative is now in
full progress. In the South conditions
are rapidly becoming more unfavora
ble to the negro. Tie manifestoes of
Governor Vardman, which some time
will be endorsed by the people of the
State, and the reeent campaign itt
Georgia, in which i he candidates most
equivocally favoring the repression of
the negro was overwhelmingly elect
ed, show that drift of opinion in titat
''Senator Tillman's prediction that
race struggles of a very bitter nature
were likely to be frequent and contin
uous in the future is not without prob
ability. I can see no other outcome
of a strife of this natkire than the sf
gregation of the races."
Ie favored creating three or four
states in the South composed wholly
of negroes, governing themselves and
represented in Congress at Wishing
The blacks, lie said, would suffer by
being thrown on their own resources
in their poverty and it would take
I iem several generations to work out
the problem of civilization. To the
whites, the prosperity iln whech they
are now rejoicng would suffer a se
vetr, perhaps a deatdly blow.
Essay On Horse.
Te following remarkable essay on
the horse is said to he from the pen of
an lIndian student:
''The horse is a very noble quadru
pedl, but wvhen he is angry lhe will not
do so. lie is ridden on the spintal
cord by the bridle and sadly tihe driv
er places his foots on thte stirrup and
dhivides~ htis lower limbs across the sad
deand drives his animal to thte mnead
ow. lie htas four legs; two are on the
front side and two are afterward.
These are the weapons on whichI hte
runs. iIe also dlefends himself by cx
tendtig tose in the rear itt a paralled
lir ect ion towarvd his foe, but this he
does only when in a vexatious mood.
There istino animal like the horse. No
sooner thtey see their guardiani or mas
ter thtan they alwvays cry for food; but
It is always at thte morning titme. They
have got tails but tnot so lotig as the
cow~ and othet such like atitmals.''
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
I am making arrange
ments to establish a coal
yard and will be in posi
tion to supply your wants
for both hard and soft coal.
Should you wish to buy
- your winter supply for
August or September de
livery I would be pleased,
to quote you goies.
See me before buying.
I can deliver any time af
ter August 15.
S. B. JONES.
FRANK R. HUNTER & COMPANY.
Real Estate, Stocks Bonds and Mort
gages Bought and Sold. Office
over Herald & News. Telephone
Newberry, . Q.
We offer for sale the following pro.
1. Seven room cottage, near New
berry College. Good garden, stables
and orchard. Has both well and city
2. Cottage and 2 acres land near
3. Six room house and 1-2 acre lot
near Mr. R. C. Perry's residence.
4. Four room cottage and 1-4 acre
lot in same lock.
5, 6, 7. Lots on Floyd and Purcell
8, R, 10, 11, 12. (5) lots on McIntosh
13. Store room out. on McIntosh
14. 5 room cottage and 5 acres land
near Mr. Neal's residence.
mill, will sell as a whole or divide
into lots to suit purchaser.
32. 21 1-2 acres land near Mollohon
33. Store room at Mollohon mill.
34. One acre lot near Farmers' Oil
36 and 37. Lots near Farmers' Oil
mill. 5OX150 each.
38. Lot 25X154 next to I-lair and
Havird 's skyscrapper.
39. Lot 25X154 next to No. 38.
40. Lot containing 1 1-2 acres near
Mr. C. a. Blease's residence.
41. Lot near Mr W. F. Ewart's resi
42. 4 room cottage and 3 acres land
within city limits.
43 and 44. Two Intn nonr 'Mr. W L.
Reiley's residence containing one acre
45. Lot 80X325 near Mr. H. L.
46, 47, 48 .49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54. Lots
in the Duncan property.
55. Lot containing one acre on
56, 57. Two lots on Main street
77X209 ft. each.
58, 59, 60. 3 lots containing 50X250
each on Kinard street in Jones' pro
61, 62, 63. :3 lots containing 47X248
feet each, on Kinard street in Jones'
64, 65, 66. 3 lots containing 50X250
feet each on Kindard street in Jones'
67. Lot 50X250 on McCaugbrin Ave.
68. Four room cottage with good
garden and water, on Kinard street.
69, 70, 7.1, 72. Four lots on Main
street containing 70 X 210 feet each.
73, 74, 75, 76, 77. 5 lots on Hunt
street 50X236 feet each.
78. New residence and eight acres
land within city limits.
79. nt 50X'?00 on Hunt street.
80. Desirable residence, with mod
ern improvement. Close in.
81. Seven room cottage. Close in.
Fitted with electric lights and water
82. The D)avidson property contain
ing 3 acres. WVill cut to suit purchaser.
84. Lot containing 1 19-100 acres, in
85. 22 acres land 1-2 mile from
86. 200 acre farmi near Whitmiire, S.1
C., and only one mile from R. R.
87. Plantntion near Pomaria con-]
taining 260 acres. Large dwelling, etc.
88. 425 acres land near St. Philip's
church. Two settlements.
89. 70 acres land one mile from
Pomaria, S. C.
90. 52 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
94. 200 acres well improvedl land on
95. 70 acres land near Mr. Ben
96. 140 acres land 3-4 under good
wire fence and only 2 miles from city.
97. 132 acre farm, 2 1-4 miles from
98. 300 acre farm known as the
99. 198 acres timber lands near Mr.
A. J. Gibson's.
100. The Cline shop property, con..
taining two story building arnd one
101. Building lots on Boundary
102. The Cromer place containing
123 acres .well improved land.
103. Tract joining No. 102, contain
ing 130 acres.
104. House and lot near Jacobs'
105. Desirable renting property.
106. Building lots on O'Neall street
107. 8 acre pasture within city
108. Desirable building lot contain
ing 2 1-2 acres.
We will buy, sell or exchange
tocks and bonds of all kinds. List 1I
your pral erty with us!
FRAIIK R. HUN'TE,
THE SMITH C
Shoes, Hats, Cl
J. & P. Coats Spool Thread I
They are now selling
hair worth 60c. for 48
Mohair worth $1 .00 fo
worth 60c. for 48c., IV
worth 60 for 48c., all t
cloth worth $i.25 for 98c., Gre;
12 i 2C., Tricot Flannel,, all coloi
Voile-blue, grey and black, wort]
all colors for 5c. to 15c. Miss Ma
any of her friends. We also carry
selling out cheap.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of registration for the Town of
Newberry, S. C., are now open, and
the undersigned as Supervisor of
Registration for said town will keep
3aid books open every day from 9 a.
al. to 5 p. m., (Sundays excepted), in
%luding the .1st day of December, 1906.
Eug. S. Werts,
Supervisor of Registration.
DHARLESTON & WESTERN OAR
Schedle in effect June 3, 1906.
[y. Newberry (C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens 1:42 p. m.
LV. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:0 p. M.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Sp-artauburg (0o. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville 6:35 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p. m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
rusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
veekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
larsdIa. nnd Saturdays ;leave Ashe
iille Mondays, Wednesdays and Fril
Note: The above arrivals and de
artures, as well as connections .with
>ther companies, are given as infor
nation, and are not guaranteed.
Cen. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenville, S. C.
STORE YOUR COTTON,
The Standard Warehouse Corn
any offers its splendid facilities to
he farmers and dealers of Carolina.
WarehouseA located at Columbia,
3reenville, Greenwood, Orange
urg, Anderson, Newberry.
LOW STORAGE RATES.
WE INSURE YOUR COTTON.
leceipts good as gold.
Inquire of your local manager for
ates or address
CHAS. T. LIPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard Warehouse
company, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, but us a safe'
sasIei R EVIVO0
~ RESTORES VITALUTY
rod~eAuo esult.iSn 80daya tmt
owrtully and quihy 0uewoeh fa
ou d Mn an relt ter et maed,
aI n Oower i Otfl oAe
oxes n Insoreton, whih unfit bose for
atudy, buslness or marriage, It not only cures
Dothor.ne an he carrsed In yo RElit V
e1II vl.I'opr pekt, or xfo$.O W
s0.MDCN 00.. Marine Oldo.. Chiseo, lip.
-GILDER & '"F:Kt
COMPLETED THEIR STOC
othing, Dry Gooi
ne Cent per Spool Limied ti
Worth df Dress Coods,
Gray Mohair worth $1.
c., Grebn Mohair worth
r 78c., Red Mohair worti
elance Suiting worth 6C
.olors Brilliantine worth
' Venetian ,worth 6oc. for 48c., W(
,s, worth 35c. for 24c., Silk Brocades
1 3oc. for 22 x-2c., Silkr.tte. Lininga, &
isie Williams, wh) is with us now, w
a fine line of n-w Shoes worth fr4
i CO.'S DRY G001
r Building, just below the Smith Co.
W. E. PELH
We sell Sure Remedic
us is Reliable. We guai
faction with every. packa
When your doctor wi
bring or send it to us.
preparing rnedicines. \
practices; We use purec
make our highest aim t<
wishes. Our prices are
T iE DAHM nr
Capital Stock - -
Undivided profits -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 p
Special attention to farmers
small, ncnc t3o large to enlist our
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. C. Wise, Presiden.t.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
Board of I
N. L. Black. A. H. Hawki
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheek
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunte
"The longest pole knocks down the
New York. While there secured t
cheap things (not in quality but ir
about complete and we invite inspeel
sledge b'Emmer prices, and in Dress
from 5c. yd. to $1-5o- Elegant Gini
Checked Homesoun 5c. up, Jeans, F'
line Clothing, men's, youths' and
New York scooped lot of Boys' Clot
This breaks all records. First lot at
soon. Hats and, Caps, new Broadwi
the rnewest and prettiest. Dor.'t tak
just right. 'For Groceries, Hardwar
Ax and Bay State Shoes, Drop Heal
years. 1793 old reliable Domestic 1h
x ,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, sack
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45
MakIng 24 H UNDRED Barre
SEE FLOUR Just Received ani
Best Patent $4.50
Best Half Pat. 4.0(
Best Meal 80c. bui
Best Grits $1 i.75 sa
:Is and Notions.
One Spool Wlh Each $1.00
15 for i98c., Plaid Mo
$1.00 for 78c., Blue
60c. for 48c., Zebiline
c. for 48c., Brilliantine
35c. for 24c , Broad
orsted, all colors, worth 25C. for
all colors, woith 35c. for 24c.
- - 311 16C. to 25c., Outing,
ill be glad to show these goods to
>n 25c. to $6.oo, which we are
IM & SON,
is. What you buy of
rantee Absolute Satis
tge sent out.
-ites your prescription
Our main business is
Ve allow no slip-shod
It medicines only. We
) carry out the doctor's
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
G. Y. Hunter, VIce-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
ns. P. B. Warner
~r- J. F. Browne.
r A. C. Wise.
persimmon." Just returned from
he new things', nice things and
orice). Our immense stock is
ion. We can only mention a few
Boods the new things, shades, etc.,
chams 5c. yil. i-ome".""" 5c. up.,
lannel, Outings full line. Elegant
boys', and Overcoats. While in
hing which we offer at 49C. suit.
out sold out second lot expected
ty styles. In Millinery we have
e our word, come and see, prices
a, &c., we lead the van. Battle
:i Sewing Machines warranted 1o
fachine, $65.oo kind $25-0'
ed 60o. bu.
Is of that CHOICE TENNES.
:1 while It lasts to go at
} Every bbl.