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EEROY F. YOMANS
GOES TO HIS REST
SCHOLAR AND STATESMAN
FALLS ON SLEEP.
urned From Reading Macaulay and
Died Without Awaking-Lawyer
"u eo ". Youns, soldier, scholar,
atesl a and Sotili Carolinian, went
to his I '1. Pest Monday morning,
after 72 CIII, of' active life in which
he left an \ limpress upon the pages of
the history if the common wealth long
to be rememheIred, and in which use
ful career lie rose as few men rise to
that station o . fnoble old age in which
le was univer, Ily revered.
The passing o LeRoy F. Youmais
was peciuliarly cl'racteristic of his
life. Without a sigyr a tremor he
peacefully fell asleep, resting his head
on the shoulder of his wife, weary of
the constant struggle with feeblenes
and poor health.
He was in no way enfeebled Ii
mind. le had been regularly at his
work and his opinions on intricate le
'gal points have been as clear as they
ever were and lie was at his ofilce uin
til Thanksgiving day, when the en
tire State capitol closed. He did not
come back Friday and Saturday, but
he was feeling better Sunday ana
saw several of his friends.
That niht lie retired and slept
peacefully until about 2 o'clock Mon
day morning, when lie awoke and,
according to habit wihen restless, ho
commiiieinced to read one of (lie works
of Macau1lay. lie rea(d for about an
hour and then turned over natlurally,
restingI his head (0o tle sholilder. ot
Mrs. Youmans, and slept. In a little
while she ano)ticed that hiis breatlinfe
bad eeasel anid his wei !-it becaim
heavy a1nd ilrt. Sie ealied and ro
ceivin.g no anSwer eXa1iiiied Itini
Tle mnain, who by his elilleec and
fearlessness had changed a hostile
people into admiration and cheers,
had passed into the great beyond an(
was no more. It was such an Cd
as he might himself have chosen.
A slight cold that lie had contract
ed had caused the bursting of -a blood
vessel in his brain, but lie never knew
the cause and never suffered in the
slightest. Peacefully lie had lived in
the latter days and peacefully lie died.
Flag at Half Mast.
The flag at the capitol was placed
at half mast and the remains were
taken from the residence on Pendle
ton street to the capitol, in the libra
ry, where they lay in state from 3
o'clock Tuesday afternoon until Wed
niesday at 11. o'clock, when they were
removed to Trinity church for tle fu
Gen. Youmanns' death occurred at
his home, on (lie southeast corner of
Main and Pendleton streets, wheire lie
lad livecd for most of. the 35 y'ears lie
had been continuously a resident ot'
Columbia. He was born Nov. 14, 1834,
at Lawtonville, H-amp)ton county.
RAILROADS WILL BE FINED
NOT MAKING SCHEDULES.
WI,ashiingt on C'or. Columbia St ate.
The railroads will have to p)ay for
running their trains behmind time if
Assistant Postmaster General Shial
lenberg does what lie today told Seii-.
atom' Clay of Georgia lie woumld do, fol
lowving thle announcement that the
Southern has asked to be relieved of
making its contract to run the fast
mail tr'ain No. 97 to Newv Orleans in
considerationi of subsidy of $149,000,
saying that it is unable to make
schedule time. Mr. Shallenber'g told
Senator' Clay that lie intended to peni
alize all railr'oads in the country for
delayed trains. The following provi!
8sions of law were put in the last post.
office applropriatlion bill:
''That thme postmastei' general shall
require all railr'oads carrying the
mails undoer contract to. comply with
the terms of said contract as to time
of arrival and departure of said mails
and it shall 1be his duty to impose and
collect reasonable finies for delay
when such delay is inot caused by u-,
atvoidale accidlents or' conditions5."~
This law did not go into effect iutil
July 1 of this year, and Mr./Shiallent
berg now has evidence of all avoida
ble delays. In each case lie stated
that suitable penalties will. be. im'plos
ed. ~ ach McGhee.
'A Lot of Stiffs.
'Listen to this,,Maria,"' said Mr.
mbb as lie tillfolded his seientifie
>er. ''This article states that in
e of the old Roman prisons that
e been unearthed they found the
fiQ nkn ot the prisoners."
relthroohn I" replied Mrs. Stub
a- smile. ''I suppose you would
R' he h ardened criminals. "-Chii
days, we will sell
We do not mean to
big reduction for the r
have to "23" get out.
have leased Samuel P.
Newberry Savings Bai
have remodeled insidE
will give a nice room t
at "still" from ten to t
we opened our doors
o'clock we commence
but as we can move n
and you know we hav(
shop worn, out-of-styl
don't mean to sacrific
will sell everything foi
will sell you for same
Below We Menion a Few Prices. For 2
36 inch all wool suiting, worth 60 1 Ladies
cents, for 44 cents yard. for 2 1-2 cel
36 inch black and blue Taffeta Silk 1 Men's
worth $1.25, for 89 cents yard. 2 1-2 cen ts.
52 inch Broadcloth, twilled back, - Good cali(
worth $1.25, for 89 cents yard. good.
36 inch Worsted, worth 35 cents, Ginghams
for 23 cents. Toweling
One piece Voile, worth $1.50, for
93 cents yard. CL
4 pieces fancy 42 inch Brilliantine,
$1.00, for 69 cents yard. af exPee
3 piece fancy all wool plaid, worth after Januii
$1.25, for SO cents yard. ran fr akii
1 piece 52 inch Panama cloth, worth Mfen's ki
$1.35, for 93 cents yard. and colors,
Brown dress linen, 9 ents yard' Men's sui
Cotton plaid waisting, 13 1-2 cents. ed, w~orthi $7
For 23 Cents. fan" "'r"t"
One good1 corset for 23 cents. $52 suit.
35 pairs Men's 10 cents socks for$.9tesi
23 cents.Men's hu~
46 halls good sewing cotton for regular, wo
23 cents. $1.50.
10 yards good calico for 23 cents.
3 pairs 10 cenits suspeniders for 23 Q5,Y
3 pairs Misses 12 1-2 cents hose for
23 papers pins for 23 cents,. utfr8
1 pair baby shoes for 23 cents. r 9
1 habhics knit cap for 23 cents. Boy's Kn
1 paid men 's 35 cents gloves, for and $2.00 ft
23 cents. Boys' far
For 44 Cents.$18th
1 good man's knit shirt for 44 for $2.98 th<
cents. Boys' $5.4
1 pair boys 69 cents pants for 44 $3.98.
cents. Boys' $8.
6 yards Newberry Mills heavy $6.98 suit.
sheeting for 44 cents. 7 pieces f1
9 yards light outing for 44 cents. ing, 25 cents
1 Ladies 50 cents belt for 44 cents. 36 inch gi
1 Negligee shirt for 44 cents. Brilliantine,
1 pair men's overalls for 44 cents. 416 ents yar
Storewill be C
P. S.-Don't forget.whe
ember 1 th at 9 O'clock
at and about Cost, our e
Hats and Noti
sacrifice our stock, but rather
iext ten days. Our lease expir
However, we will continue bw
Crotwell's store room now us(
k, next door to George D. Da
and out with plate glass wind
o show up-to-date merchandis
venty-five per cent. cheaper th
in Newberry. Remember th
this great money saving sale r
ioney easier than we can met
n only been here about seven
e goods to offer. Everything
e a single article, for we haven'
less than our regular prices.
1-2 Cents. Odd Pants. C
[-. S. white handkerchief The regular $1.00 grade for 49 Me
tS. cents. MCi
white handkerchief for I Men's pants, worth $1.50, for 89 for $
n 's socks for 2 1-2 cents. Mon's black Thibet pants, worth 15 to
!o 3 1-2 cents yard-very $2.00, $2.50, for $1.48. Mei
Men's fancy worsted pants, worth worth
3 1-2 cents yard. Men'v heavy Kersey pants, worth Me
3 cents yard. $2.00, for $1.39. raw (
0T H I NGI- worti $2.50, for $1.79.
t to discontinue clothing Men's $3.00 pants for $2.48.
-y 1st, as we w-on't have Men's corduroy pants for $1.25. Lad
in our new quarters, so Aleii's $3.50 worsted pants, neat $1.25,
ig a special discount here. pattemus, foi $2.98 pair. Wo
t, worth $5.00, all sizes -.l(.i. ' ants, worth up .o $4.50 for
'or $2.98 suit. $ 2 ar ;(
5, black andl Caney worst-$15
50, for $4.48 suit. Cto lne n uig
Md ot pt 80,fr ''e1 ents 50 w or e nts th n ea t .5
t. ("tltn panns, worth u 2 1-2 cent50 ho es,
iigrdesit, li$nd . ii'9 paicn yr d.Lad
tmade suit i Thibe8 and 1~~ltOIii 0'cide o - ~otI
1oto )es Flane te andet pOtn, M~'Ii I
d, nort up tos oolswatrs,woth$1.5,foor
Youn Mn's, uityls. for~ 3sit t $2
hns grade suts, slim and lpi ci' upner o e
0 o $1.23. fort$9.488ana
i'o$1n5 the'sSut s. lI cns o 3cet ah a
cyts wsize uits, a6.is7 enssit o 5 et o
$2.50 and $3.00 for ('1Ld
pants suits, wvorth $4.00,19(ct,fo 9ceseah a
0 and $6.00 suits for t,6 ot 8cns o 3cns 11
)O and $10.00 suits for Mt'shaycto to)hisfo Ld
ncy fleeced lined WaiHst-ctk Pi'u
for 17 ccents. Mn' lsi em (rwr o 9 'li
ay and nearly all color- us . C'P
worth 65 cents yard, for ti'ha'yfecdlndda r, Ctl
r.The, 12 cee skifr9nts.s t or Me
1ro wl iht oun ftidenfr Jan 1- wot
bds d es rd mdo 10 Sals r.Me
ale 'swo swaes wot $12,fr$
and Continuing for ten
ntire stock consisting of
than move it we will sell at a
es January 1st, 1907, and we
>iness in Newberry, S. C. We
3d by W. T. Tarrant, opposite
venport, which we expect to
:ws in front and back, which
e, which we expect to handle
an you have been paying until
e date, December 1 1 th, at 9
ight in the season you need it,
"chandise, we decided on this,
weeks. We will have no old
brand .new. Remember, we
this kind of merchandise, but
Your money back if anybody
VERCOATS. Hats! Hatsl
's $15.00 rain coats for $9.48.
's.58 in. overcoats, worth $7.50 Bo r 3 hts.
.69. 2' t for 9
s' fancy worsted overcoat, sizes Y 11. eat
20, for $4.98. cs ht
i's heavy big collar overcoats, C"ls t
$6.00, for $4.79 each.
I's high grade dress overcoats,
dg.e, worth $12.50, for $9.48 stYles
liliielliber thlese are mloving" pric.
Broad brim Boa t sells the world
oveseSoe ! r fori $3.00, our price. $2.47 the
Yon men's new shoes wortha
t Blankets Quils
]iet) S satinl Calf dl soc.)~ or
for -$1.!j pair. 1 M ie MCsp e a, worth $1.25, for
1 a'tt erI ~rga u for $1.25 29 ec h..
~~~~~~~~~M nsht,worth $2.50 ortissl, $1.69 0 hr n apt o 9, tal.
*2.0. fo a fInchr c R,Tbememberthse ad Fasinatrcs.
' $2.0 and$2.75 ineroem ard brime fasnatosrls fh or ld ea
'~ $8.50ver fo(nt3l00theruforr$c., $2.47 the
ies heay)on e:e shioes worth2,N
fts.9ti et. pair.S
es stcl shoes, worth dsl o
and $1.i fair,$.9pi.$30,fr 89,adsx c~ao
es so JKanttga thr shoeus o nerthm r(uto. ahrsl
$2.for $1. 8 pair.thm ta to ov te. Orsor
s $3.0y oan s,50 alls sioes) ilh loe dy Dcme 0
Gi i(~euiheMare ile. qu~~ilt, wot $.
12-4' ci s sosfr 3 s f ite monead, worthia exceptfo
ii.. (~~uAt wOoo1 l som4entinbets fortit
r i's betterrs hoeas for $7.53 2. 9 e payuc ir. c adwllhv
$3.0 fo P 9 air.it
$2.t, for $.a ar at OdSad
ns$25 and 107 fn Cahoeoys