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The Movements of Many People
Newberrians and Those Who
Ole 1. Blease, senator'from New
berI. has IIId about as 1u11ch liewspal
peI abuise as any mon in tihe state:
yet li tirnls u11tp iz. presidenlt pro tem
(f* the Seiale and gets tIIroughi a res
obu(it practically condemining the
acts if United States Senatori Ben
Tilliman1. It appears to Its that Coley
is-'. prettv sillooth prloposition-Spiar
[)Ir. and Als. J. A. B. Scherer and
two ebihilreni air ainn lhe Newherr
peole hlere today. Thley camte dION
last nigt and are ".uests for thie day
at Wri:.1 .'s hotel. r). Scherer says
hat le is 1ilore optilistic thall evell
( er tilt futit re 4,1 Nuwieri- cile.e.
le ill!tit lit i sat'l l 0 ill; eW llt'v
l i-str adlilllail'at itia.-'Sljln i'
- \ . %t. rc rc will atell the
wis I. t1. I ll) iuu I is t i Il
N V it' ( let ' t h I v'k.nia.
\i- s b l P o ri' a li i :isi. n
1 i -s Ei B t oI II i. w
\\ da Il il n c :iwitdeie
liit 'l I nll'
Mr. . 11I.' e r of l'im ti n
seint'l in the city
urde t y i r i will a visit t
r ies,s aIN l Ti an is ii lla
Ahr. .1. E'. Hewean. (if slumbia
t tun in thi i.
Ir.. a .i Pepetr has a-arahet
Mispe Peft1 yseray ofCorumbiumbiow
whermile whrliste ulzaed.
tUiss MEi tha rIt n sv- let i
Ml rs. o. M. shoyd e trtie.ett
M l J. 1 l. of en i t. ( 41ni n, i'h i
th11e ) ty. m te ( elclol o
Mi1,1lss A--Ith I'le e n Fa leftr last
Aee f rnongcounty, Bheenheha
mers' Iol hel t S. . . tl. at ur dy t
ctssimn f al natters connilectedI I lhee
with the 1'1in unanIilousli devid
t14 selct nvive a et m.. in 6. VNeall
WEDDED NEWBERRY PLANTER.
Miss PeArl Shn1. of Colunbia, Now'
MM Knrs. ChiiIsperen Buzzard. d
oflirec I'or meul ad \lr.e li'bri
t own oIlizzrd. fu Nhewherrv.li yea-r:
JnitrM. Kina.'.i, v rnsident ; 0,.lek B
thyc h..n.-- . rtesi h aent . Mealr.
adier;. . i. Wrih, the ie. C.i.\.
F ditin.N.MCIg T'i1- wed.kine wa,r
gu~t IljitandH-i+-' rAttoreyi;
N Mub r, . W.. Flo,dhed atlteir
ed um iance!J.Y Committ ee.
p a -
CASES DISPOSED OF
N EIGHTH CIROUIT
EXCELLENT RECORD MADE BY
341 Cases Disposed of-206 Convic
tions and 73 Acquittals-62 Casees
Solicitor R. A. Cooper disposed of
341 criminal cases in the eighth cir
cuit during the year 1906. Of these
62 were disposed of by no bills re
tured by-the gr aimtl jury and by being
d iseon tinued.
That Soli.tor Cooper had made an
excellent record is shown by the fact
that of 279 cases which were disposed
of by special pleas and by jury trials,
only 73 were acquitted, 206 being con
lin Ahheville conity there veie 38
nvII)Vict ions and 26 a1CIlittal: Of the
Imlaier catises whivhi went t< trial in
Ahhevil1r. Iinle dIeft-ndant1s were av
1ui,tted1. Ile was clinvieted of 1under
with recl!ela lt tihe mere of
;I- -"t. nd Ix WeIr cOIvicted of
n1on1 humicr. IIvluded in these mur
'h-rl caws was tet famiIs Ashley
!vy1vhInII .- . --ix ot* thet nline det'endi
: cit aptiled it if murieir in Abbeville
b in the durendants in this ease. An
4the r of the munrIler vases it) which
tle .jury acquitted thie defenlant was
th.1t of the state vs. Wade Cothran. t
eIar'ed with II mIer inl the killing of
Sat 0orstable ll-itein.
lin (;ivenwid vounty there were 47
(10lVictions anld 1:1 acquittals. Four
tefeidants were acquitted of the s
har ()e' o murder, and four were con
viele'l. Of tile four convie'".1 three
Wee reC01imend1(1ed t) mler-ey. anld the
Itherl is under sentence of death, his
Case being now inl tie sipr-eme court
on appeal. u
in Newberry county there were 15
on"victed and 1) acquit tals.. 18
Cases were nl prossed and 17 true tj
bills were returned in this county. Of
ihe murder cases tied, one was nol
prossed. -six defendants were acquit
ted, two wereI-( emivicted, with rvecom
IeIdat ioi. to mercy. and one was coil
vieted of Imlanslatughter. - i
In Salida co11mity there were 57 B
conv'ictions and 10 ae(Inittals. In the
IIurIder Cases. Iwo (lefendlants were ae
quitted. three were convicted of man
sling-1hter, and there were three mis- jt
In Laurens countY there were 52
(101n viet iq ns anl 1 aquittals. Of the
intitider cases tried, six defendants
WIr 1onIVieted of mahnhi-.h1lter, two
40f IImInN.r with r-evomm Ienda Iimn to
Ileev I'il . %u ve!I a IIl.u it td. '114thel a-C
wun. IWI I r isiralk. Oine 1-f the tills
trial was ith le ease Io t he State!
I; I \Is Hlli!'Ir. inl which a1 vwnviv
Sl-'ili I' liale Iai'_lt was nril attan y
- t r 1 I lin i i; liw I Iiit', bv i il e,I
'h rin he m:ii ien.c o- n' i i of the r f
e'i ii na. Inlwihtecae h
'riiws thaiel -Iofv the Stae v. \oan
di lih .iiaie. I.\ak a . tri l n i at -
lin- tena thiselei laurkenl court no in l .
I.I.v ,1 1 ri
IHi l, mn"I'll".1 an w s Iv ee anf hur- ef
and n-ljlimmended time ercy of the.
courit. i ii ,ii. taiis i t
'Theinsl reon thw up~t ic welito souli
HamiTSr insr was sati prsctin arflin
heituigitHl displayiimarked iiyi thaSm
waum ae t of hris an s 'ad was t
'uIh imo meitl horit ju rewstia to-l
h-ea n tsli. irespctive oflw l r orisde
panitin. Seiff thim<f r e of.- i is
dty hetu has ben,fariess,i ndi thest
hit rept to thi~e halltrIey bene,is
lneintwicg h thist mircut,I should
J)t iake rieiso emn n' h
A n r itae(Shotn.far
churrhis wshrt in tted anm ye
(eda byll Nata Codalwnitaio The best
inforciit ion m dbeainabe to thwhat s
iw etameoo n Citalwllwak
d upandsho hi. Th.r waschelwo-t
manintheca-e Cadwll asde
UNIVERSAAYXB T AY
'o be Observed In No.wbr-Ap
propriato Services in Opermnouse
-Address by Ool. Lumpkin.
The centennial celebration of the
)irth1 of Robert E'. Lee will be observ
d on Saturday t-hrougho'ut the south
and. It is proper thatit should be.
Iis Wis onle of tle strongest and
>est lives that have been lived in this
epublie. lie was a patriot whose
'haraeter was untarnished by a\single
htr.* 0To hiold up before the yoith of
he present such characters as Lee's
vill have a good influence.
The exercise! in Newberry are un
ler the auspices of the Daughters of
te following is tihe program and
ie have only one supstion and that
s thaint Capt. A. P1. Pifer, if Ie is
villing and his healthi will peilmit,
hi1mul hakve a place oi. it. Capt. Pi'er
vas oin Gen. Lee's per-oial staff dur
i the war and tliern are It many
wni inl wlielh Ihese velebrationls wil I
Leh 1l on t lie 19t t IaIt have thet
on i ol havin ai .mn.: them a inem
eir -fI v.'S sta It'.
Thel exerci.-w w i I h Ield inl I:te
jWFrI house - be in in a1 11.30 It. m1.
Pn1yor by 1-ev, Ej. 1'. Ni-lClintock. I
t'ol. ()1. I.. Schmi pert. presiding Will
111nmiuee Col. W. W. .umpkin or
oluimbia wlio will deliver tle addret s.
'here i\wIl be suitable music and at
le (141nelllsion of tle evereises eros
s (f ionor will be vnferred.
Coughed Up the Acorn. t
N1r. John Andrew Satterwite, the I
xteen year old son of Mr. and \Its. t
[. N. Saterwhite. who it will be re- y
embered some months ago inhaled
i aorn1 in Ihis windpipe. ald whto 11
as taken to Columbia and operated i
io. on Siday coughed the acorn I
1. lie had suffered little or no in- t
imvenlience troi it. but it is a great t
lief to him and his parents to know t
at lie has gotten rid otf the acorn. v
was practically solid when it was
mIgled up on Sunday. I
Mr. Blease Set 'Em Up.
Every senator is weairing a carna- t
m in his buttonhole todaly. Senator I h
lea,e, ot' Newberry, is responsible. e
When tlie senators assembled this
orning. Mr. Blease went around with o
big and costly-looking sheaf of the ti
iinty little buttonnieres. and bestow- t
lone upon each of his colleagues, t
it forgettin.. tle Chainmber ollicials t
id the newsaper miei who sit le- b
nati the president's desk. Presnnn- e
>lv tlie flower episode was aun ae- f
It;wled.leent if the sutffi.aes which
ade mr. Blease president pit tem. m
e was Weril, the gmr-eous t-o of
I'lliet with I nt1.1rath ristic :tvoir
in-, when thze *-;nim e eam. 1)v1.r to
il J.-int 'ien with tie lImu iis I
1e South Carolina Negro Racc Con- a
citzen of15 i Soth Carolina liav de- li
led to call a coniiferenice oft t'e lead- h
gnegroes to meet in (Cohnoubia, b)
ednesday, .Jainary 2 i and to 'on
ine in session until thle 25thI. They b~
pe tto aecompllishI some good for t the ii
ne in this state by (calling the le'ad- b
s together in conference to disemjss o
e most vital questions that e''heern
e negro. No good can comei to the f'
'ro that will not diiretly 'rin di- a
etly be.nefit the white man also. The u
rainied relations of thle races ini the
mtut and the condit-ion of labor de ii
e best r'easons for such a meeting. p
As we believe that there are miany
bored people who read this journal, 2
take this method of inviting them
lie conference and we hope that
*r white friends will take pains to
v'ite, thloutghful and conservativ'e col
edl men to attend.
All who e'xpect to comeC must write
.J. L,. Simnons 1407 Rlich land strecet,
> umbia, S. C., as lie is chairman of I.
e entertainment committee. Retdue- k
rates oni all r'ailr'oads in South Car- y
ina hav'e beeni granted on thle certi-t
r-ate plan. This will be e'xplained t
lie age nt s at the varuious railroi ad e
Besides prointent white and color- hj
meni in the state oni the progr~lam,
r.. Bookeri TP. Wasinigton, D)r. M.
Bi. Mason and Bishop RI. S. Wil..
nuns will be0 priesent. Among the
liite speakers there will be Glover- I
>-elect M. F", Ansel, (Goverinor B. C.
eyward, D)rs. L. M. Ricee, C.* 0.
rown, Samuel SmiithIi.and Mr. .J.' J.
re.twell and others.
Come, atnd come prepared to stay
i'ee days. We want all delogats to
riive in Columbia -on the evening of ~
e 22nd, as the confernce open-s
'omptly at 11.30 a. in., Janutary '23, '
It hias come. A scientist ays Johjh
Rockofeler Is the future American T
pe. Clot ready to shave your hxead
id renannac' t)a ovater.
FOR SELLING WRI8S Y~
The Mayor Takes Up One Hundred
and Twentj Days or One,Rundred
and Fifty Dollars.
There were three eases before
tle M1ayor's court on Monday for
i;elling wlhiskey. Eis minimum in
tlese Cases is lusially the maximumn
that the lIaw allows'. On Monda all
of the defendants git the same. Dan
Brown $50,00 or thirty days and An
derson Kennedy and Jim atts the
There were some other eases before
the mayor for gamblinkg and fightjing
and altogether he had a pretty fair
'ourt Yesterday morning.
Death of Mrs. Annie H. Peoples.
The nally friends of Mrs. Aile 11.
Peoples were saddened at the an
0unemIent of her deathil whieh ocenr
ed on Ftridav last at 12.30 o'clock
it tIhe resid'lenice of her brother, Col.
X. 11. 1111nt.
Mrs. ('eoiples' condition was not
-1nsiderled so seriouls until the dlav hv
-o r hIT e r le a t h, . s o it ,a m e u n e1 x p X 1elt -t id .
y Its te -.1hterr lim n t' bier
.\ ho ut a year* age' Als. I 'copIes' I
tea It va way and in Mare I she
vto 1t P hiladelphia I' I r t tment
tl't -erie Il 1114 i ined severa I llon I Its.
ud ret uniIed' mu111ch imlpiroved ald re
Imined -Zo '1) to a few%- days before
lie passed away. Sihe would have
>een fiftv-five yeals of age on the Ih
8th of this month. She was married
o John 0. Peoples April 5, 1893. Mr.
'eoples died Jan. 19. 1897. Since that
ime Mrs. Peoples ha-s made her home 'a
,iti her brother. J
'Mrs. Peoples was an active mem
er Of th Baptist chuirCh. interested '
I all work of the churich, member of
lie Womn1's "Missionary Society And Ii
le Aid S'eiety. No one was Illore in
rested in the new church building a
ian she. She gave liberally to it and j
'or'ked for it, and notihing wo'uld have y
laddened her heart More than to i
ave seen it completed before going
There are many who realize that 3
icy iave lost a personal friend. She
ad a smile and a pleasant word for
rery one. ,
A large crowd attended the funeral
i Sunday morning it 10 o'clock at 01
ie residence. The flowers were beau
ful. in keeping with her pure chris
an character. The Emory Club and
ie Ladies Aid Society contributed
enutiful designs and there were num- M
I'rIs persolnal colIt ribuit ions from s
"She rests from Ier labors and her
Arks fq)lltw hler. rV,
In Memory W. H. Harris.
il the 5th day of .ainiry., 1907,
o'dher WV. 1H. '1[laris pas.,ed peaee- S.1
illyv away. InI his (]eath Pulaiski
1dge. I. ). 0. F. 14st a -Im i mllfilber.
tstere'(d by thle uorder'. Anid. Wher'eas. 'I
has pleaseed Alminigh'y G od in his w
if'iniite wi.holom to casll fromhi earl h to
en'veni ouri belov~ed brot hr, thler'efore,
l('sol'ed.i Th'at w'hile we d*plore
i. death rand miss his prieseince among
s, hii. (lv'i'ce andt his counsel, 'yet we
aw in b'umle submission to the will
f Ilim wh'lo doeithI all things well.
lhesolv'ed, 'That we extendt our' heart
ilt symipathiy to the breaved family -
tidi 'e'mind them of that ssweet re-w
ni->n bey'ond the skies.
Th'lat thlese' resol utionis bte inied hi
I ii'u minute boo0k n'iu that they he se
ilblishied in the county newspapers. om
Doane by or'der of Pulaski Lodge No.
W. H. B3owen.
D. B. Chandler-.s
D. I. Franklin. di
The Wash Hunter Case.
Thicecase of the State vs. 0. Wash
[uinter', chlargedi with murder in the B
illinig of Elber't F. Cojpelanid, anid
'hieh wiis trlied twice at onie ter'm of
14e cour't in Laurens, has been con
nuel(d until thle next. term on account ;
f the absence of Mr. Blease, aittorney
tIr liinter'. wh'lo is senai'tori from New- ~
eriry counit y.
He Will Brighten the Years. l
Our ver'y br'ighlt anid gifted-and we HI
oipe lie wtill let us5 say, beloved'--.
oung friend, Mir. W. B. Seabrook, L
nugusta, was made city editor of the
ungnsta Chronicle on the 1st Janut
ry. As a i'epor'telr for the Chroniele
uring a couple of years past, Mr.
eabrook won his way to the high 31
nd reOsponsib)le position lhe now fills.
[c will brighten the Chronicle's years
s they come. He wvill keep up to the
1(1 Chronicle's brave and brilliant D
ocoril odf one hundred and twenty- aU
iv'e years-Edgefield Clhronielo. be
Carrie Nation says that hugging,is O(
osponsible for all, the immorality 61n
rashhigto, t. C. A kind of elrete O
e it were, that has -no ehd.
VATAR WOPX8, COMMIOSIONER
3enator Blaw Iittoduces Bill to
Abolish, Olloo-DevolVo Duties
On aity Council.
Sentat or line has introdueced a
lill in the seniate to abolish the ot
, ive of* 01ommi4sioner"of Public Works 1
or the city o' Newberry and to de
olve the idlitios of these oicers upon
lie city council and the clerk and
reasurer o' (li) city.
The f'ollowing is the full text of the
A bill to Dovolv the Duties of' tle
loard ot' Public Works for the Town
If Newberry Upon the Town Council
md Treasurer and Clerk, and lixing
lie Amount of Bond of .said lTreasur
r anid Clerik at $5,000.
Se-tion 1. He it enneted by tlie Gen
Ial AssebIINuly of the State of' South
arolina, That after the approval of'
ais l .\t all the duties llerelCtore be
'Ini 1 to and exercisel by tlie Com
lissionIS ol' Pulblie Vorks l'or the
a'ni of' Newherry, shall hlong to :mit
evolve up'on the Town Council anld
I-eAsit,e 0a1l4 Clook of Saitd town;: Ilte
tst enitirned (-f' whom shall enter in
% h i1 t(onditionIed 'ir the1v t'ailIi ul
isch:r.e If his Ahties inl time Smil o
ive tlloiusald d1ola1rs, to be at)pII-OVed
Slie said Council.
See. 2. Thi- Act shall take effeet
1 a pproval by tle Governor.
e:1. Thal all Acts and parts of
ets in con'lict with this Act are
Letters renmaining in the post office
eNwherry for the week ending
B-Miss Blanch Bates, Miss Laura
C-Miss Alice Chappell, Mrs. Ade
D-Mrs. iWlliam Davis. Miss Ma
iv Dawkins, Miss Mae Davis, Mrs.
artlha lDarby, Mrs. W. P. Deshong,
iss Louise Dennie, Miss Ora Den
G-Nora Gary, Mrs. Ella Glymph,
H-Mr. Frank Hall, Miss Fannie
armon, Mrs. Mary Harden.
.1. Miss Nelle Jay, Mrs. Rose Jack
4n, Mr. Mink Johnson, Mrs. Ellen
>hnison, Mr. L. J. Johnson.
M-Miss Lizzie Mayor, A. 0. Mas
. Mfg. Co., Mr. Partlow, McDowell.
N-Miss Naey Nelson.
P-Rev. W. N. Peterson.
R-R. C. Richard.
8-Thos. C. Singleton, Mr. and Mrs.
m. Smith, Miss Alice Suber, Mr.
las Summers, Mr. Jno. W. Sun
T-Mrs. Shelton Thrailkill, Mr. T.
ta une1 (2)
W -Mrs. Agness Wyatt, Mrs. An
l'ersos calling for tlevse wlil please
y that they were adverlised.
C. .J. Pureell, P. Al.
Gift and IPurchiase.
iere was a y'ound-. fellow, 'Im 1(o1d, 2
hose wi fe was ai t erible scold.
Said he: "peole say
A bride's given away,
it it strikes me the bridegroom is
A Rolling Stone.
-Very 'at Gentleman (to street boy)
-Sonny, can you tell me the quickest
ny I can get to the station?
Very Naughty Boy (after looking
ni up and down carefu lly)-I should
y you 'd better' lay down an' roll
Father--I don't like you going to
many dances. I don't approve 6T
Daughter-Well, anyway, I knowv
one saint whlo approves of it.
Father-And wvho might that be?
Daughter-St. Vitus.-Illustrated 5
To be Wished.
"'I wish you 'd take ine around and
troduce me to Miss Oglamug."
''Why in the world do yo wish to
''A man told ine that if C Ivorme to
-t aeqnainted with her i'd f'orget
*me Pace, andi I wish to forget it."
DST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-Lit
tLe slim b)lack mule, badly string
halted. Send informaionm to J. C.
CQfiel, Whitmnire. Suitable reward
if mule is returned.
Attention Veterans! .
The- annual dues, 25 cents, to James
Nance Camp, No. 336, U. C. V.,
'e now due, and must be paid on or
fore the 15th inst. Pay to the treas
-er, Q. F. Long, or to the clerk of
J. W Gary, C
L. Solmumport, Comdr
Corrected. by Nat Gist.
Middling .. .. ............. 34
Strict Middling ............. 101-8
3ood Middling ............10 1-4
The Local Market.
,%leat ............... 9 to 11
ams1.... .... .... .. . 10 to 18
lost Lard.. .... i....... 12
Blest N. 0. Molasses..... 60 to 70
3ood M. 0. Molasses .. 35 to 40
0orn .... ...... .. ... 80
11oa1 .. .. ..... .. ...... 80
%fixed Chicken Fdod .... 90
[lay ..............1.35 to 1.50
Lst Patent Flour .. ....4.40 to 4.75
hid Patent Flour ......4.00 to 4.40
lood -Ordinary Flour .. 3.50 to 4.00
5ugar ......... ..... .. 5 1-2
lice .. .. .... .. 5to8 1-3
,offee Roasted .... .. .. 16
-.0 TTe, 01reen ......10 t o 20
Ottun Seed meal 1.35
s .. .. ............25
ooultry--........... 10c. lb.
eas --... --.............. 1.15
JAMES K. GILDER,
)flice in front room over post office,
NEWBERRY, S. 0.
E. H. KIBLER,
Office Formerly Occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. b.
'OR RENT-Two-horse farm two
miles west of Newberry, known as
the J. J. Amick plantation.
Apply, J. J. Amick,
Kinards, S. C.
'OR SALE-Large stove; wod, hard
or soft coal burner; .inst the thing
nu'Merom,sa te ur hzilh%%ay.
. a ~ i~ tuar.e: calk oing
he. W. L.Scabro(,k at Ltea
iOTIC1--Tho First National Bank. -
Oft WhIitmire, located at Vhitmire,
S. C., is closing its affairs. All note
holders and other creditors of the
association are therefore hereby no
tified to present the notes and other
claims for payment.
TOTIOE-You are warned not to
hire or harbor Cal Stoudemire as he
is under contract with me for the
year 1907. J. A. C. Kibler.
LFTER JANUARY 1, we will gin on
ly on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Prosperity Cotton Oil Mill Co.
IHINGLES-I have plenty of shing
les. Call and get prices.
0. W. LeRoy.
'OR SALE--Pymout h Rock and Or
kington cocIks at rig~ht prices.
S. J. Kohn,
Prosperity, S. C.
150 PER MONTH sure to good
Agents, handling the world's great
est of Hair tonics. Absolutely the
greatest seller in America to-day.
Nothing else like it. Sells at almost
ever~y home over and over again.
$7.00 clear profit on each dollar.
Write today for full p)articulars,
with real chance of a lifetime.
Address J. F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
'OR SALE-Two good mules, guar
anteed perfectly sound. Am running
smjaller farm than last year and
dent need them.-will sell ebeap.
W. W. Wicker,
Thos. E. Wicker,
t 2tw- Newberry, S. C.
'OR SALE--For cash only-32 cali
beWinchester Repeating Rifle,
and1( lad b,ilets, Edison St'andard
Phionogr.aph with -about 2 1-2 doz
e'n atssorted1 records, carrying case
to hold three dozen records, horn,
recorder. replroducer and scraper,
all complete. Eastman Pocket Fold
ling Kodak, now style, No. 2 A.,
fine camera, 5 x 7 for plates, have
four dquble plate holder's and carry
ing case' to hold each~ earncra and
plate holders. This camera has a
very fine, lens and is as simple as
a pocket knift. All the above'arti
eles are in good shape. See these
goods before buying them.
'OR SALE-A good milch cow. Ap
ply tp T. W. Gallmnan.
IASK ,for old clothing--just1 for one
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