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BNA'90R 3. T. MORGAIf DEAD. T
End .Ome at the National 0apital, C
Where for Thirty Years he Had 0
Represented the State of Ot
Alabama In- the United A
States SnAte .with sc
Rare Fidelity. o
. Washington, June 1-1.-United w
States Senator John Tyler Morgan, ti
of Alabama, died here to-night at ol
John . Tyler Morgan was born in cc
Athens, Tein, June 20, 1824, and was ri,
the oldest member of the - United di
States Senate in point of years, with ro
the single exception of his fellow h<
Senator from Alabama, Edmund W. si
Pettus. He had represented the State ro
of Alabama in the United States Son- ju
ate since 1877, having been uanimous- ri
ly. elected to his sixtb term in 1907. h<
With his parents he removed from st
his native -State of Tennessee to Ala- tr
bama When nine years of age, and it
was in Alabama that he received -his h(
education. He read law aid was ad
1itted to the Bar in 1845. He ongag- d
.ed actively in the practice until elect- -
ed to the Senate. -
In 1860 Senator Morgan was a
Presidential elector and vote for
Breckinridge and Lane.. He was a
member of the Secession Convention
of 1861 from Dallas County and voted -
for the ordinamnce of secession. s
In May, 1861, he enlisted as a pri- si
vate in the Confederate army. He was to
a member of Company I, Catawba it:
Rifles, 5th Alabama 'regiment, in the tl
command of Col. Robert E. Rodes
Senator Morgan was later chosen ma- -
jor in the 5th Adlabama and after
wards lieut. colonel. In 1862 he was C
,promoted to colonel and raised the
8.1st Alabama. He was appointed a
brigadier gerneral in 1863 and assign- p
ed to duties in Virginia.
After the war Senator Morgan re
sumed the practice of law at Selma.
In 1876 he was chosen as a Presiden
tial elector and voted for Tilden and
Hendricks. He was later made a B
member of the commission to -prepare o4
a system of laws for the Hawaiian
Senator Morgan was elected to the
United States Senate to succeed
George Goldwaite, Democrat, and 8il
took his eat March 5, 1877. He was th
re-elected in 1882 in 1888, 1894 and t
13esides the Hawaiian laws commis- 1
sion, Senator Morgan served efficient- e
ly as a member of the arbitration t
commission on Bering Sea fisheries,
to which lie was appointed by Presi
dent Harrison in 1892. u
As a member of the upper branch
of the National Legislative Assem
bly for thirty years, Senator Mo.
gan was naturally among its most
eidnspicuous members. He took a
leading part in many important de
bates and his counsel was always
sought by the Democratic party on
all important legislative matters. st:
Though successful in his law prac-t
tice and in public life for many
year s, Senator Morgan was a com
paratively poor man, and for years
had depended .. timost wholly upon
salary as Senator. On the subject of
making money Senator Morgan held
views different from those of most i
men in public life at the present time. i
lie wrote many articles for leadingd
magazines and newspapers, matter at
for which the periodicals would have tl
heen glad to pay handsomely, but a
Senator Morgani invariably refused
aniy compensation. Hie likewise re
fused to receive any financial returns
from the lectures or public addresses
that lhe delivered.
101 RANGE SHOW.
Great Feature Entertainment of the B
Jamestown Exposition. A
Norfolk, Va., June 13.-The famous
"101 Ranch'' direct from Bliss, Ok- fl
lahoma, with an army of Indians,
Mexicans, Cow Boys, Cow Girls, pon- P
ies, buffalo and all the other parap
her'nalia which has made that ranch
the most celebrated in the world,
opened for the season at the James- hi
town Exposition, May 30th and an d
audience of five thousand people was
delighted in the extreme. Much has q
h)een \vritten and said of this wonder.. "
ful western produdtion transplanted
on the shores of Hampton Roads for
a few months but tbhe half has not
been told nor could it be told or com
prehended, if told. It muet be seen (
to be appreciated.
When the members of the Nation..
al Editorial Association -witnessed
the performance in Oklahoma, two i6
years a go, Fhey prononneed lit the
most original and interesting enter-j
tainment .they had ever seen. Since
that time many new features have
been added and it now stands with
o,ut a parallel as a typical representa.
tion of western life as it was and as
All told there are about two hund
red, people who take an active part.
lere are cowboys and rangers Co
iin Camp, Horse Shoe Bend, Dog
imp, Bar L. Division, Mexico ar
klahoma, with cowgirls galore. ,
Ix, Moki, Oheyehne, Ponco ar
raphaho Indians are there wil
uaws and papooses. All are ride
expertness, cart throw the .1aria
ith unerring 'skill and do not kno
at it is almost, to miss anythir
ey shoot at, whether it is movit
The program is full of interestii
ts. There is a broneho buekir
ntest, horse breaking and' tric
ling, high school horse riding, I1
an war dance and ghost dance
ping long horned steers, chasing
rd of eight buffaloes, cowbc
orts, throwing a steer, without
pe by biting it in the nose aft
mping upon its back from a hor
nning at full speed, lynching
irse thief and the ever thrillir
age coach attack and emigrai
The performance lasts about tv
mrs, and never has a dull minut
ie Ranch will be at the E'xpositic
Iring the entire Exposition and i
le is facing Lee Parade, on Cor
nwcalth Avenue, west.
July Designer Press Notes.
One cannot trnth'fully say that pa
>tism is dying out when the mag
Iles, which are merely roflector
ow the national holidavs as faitj
1ly as they do. The Designer is uI
-date in this as in other respects i
; July number. The sketch ''IM
e Flag Came by the Name of '01
ory','' is of considerable hlistorie
terest. And a very graceful an
ll illustrated story, ''The Colonel
>ming'' also is appropriate for 01
tiholiday. To the wood-architect, <
y man fond of making his house (
rts of his house of rough-hew
Des, the article entitled "Buildin
th Trees" will appeal strongly.
The little girls will Aind one of tI
ettiest flower plays they ever too
rt in, called "Faiiy Godmother.
)tany Lesson." It is a compositio
such true poetic fancy that tlI
ier folks - will linger. over it an
sh they could take part, too.
As for the fashions in the July Di
rner, the addition of two succes
I and clever artists of the day I
e staff of fashion illustrators, no
Akes the illustrations help in tl
iking of the dress. The dressi-ha
s' article gives full directions f<
e construction of a dainty sumnm(
stume. The "traveling girl also wi
d directions for a practical and i
jensive outfit for boat and trai
Force them? No-aids them. Ri
:m's treatment of Liver Pills an
)nic Pellets strengthens the liv<
.d digestive organs so that they d
eir own work and fortifies your cor
Itution against future trouble. Ei
e treatment 25 cents.
The un derisigned will furnish
st class barbecne at Forks scho,
muse on the 6th of July, and wi
pleased to have the public tala
tice and govern themselves accor<
gly. In addition to a first clas
nner, further entertainment a!
rusement will be provided fi
ose who desire something beside
H. F. Counts,
. SH EEH Al
ottler of Imperial Ginge
le, Root Beer, Chamr
agne Cider, Wiseola an<
omestic Lager Beer la
nts, 10 dozen to the cask4
.50 per cask.
Write for complete prici
st. Wholesale and retai
saler in Wines and Li
h.e contract foi
'ou new build.
nig see W. T. Liv
ngston. Be s1
Lock Box No. 59.,
Newberry, S. C
w .ELEOTION. L1'TLE UOUNTAI
ie 80HOOL DITRIOT NO. 30.
id In coniideration of a petition su
ficiently signed by. the electors an
h free helders of school district iun
bh ber 30, of Newberry, S. C., asking Ac
an election to establish a High Scho4
' in accordance with an Act of the le,
19 An election is hereby ordered to t
ig held in the town of Little Mountai
Ig S. C., Tuesday, June 18, 1907, begi
ig ning at 8, A. M. and closing at 4 1
,k M., and conducted by the trustees c
said district. Electors favoring ti
a proposition will vote "For Hig
School," those opposing , "Againt
a High School." Registration certif
r cate and tax receipt are require
I to vote in this election.
a J. S. Wheeler,
S. J. Derrick,
It . 0. Counts,
County Board of Education.
0 In every recreation the
STors a blendorst , Pa
i-Koak ad rP e ar41
goo fmcany thingyth
Woe ant u
a acifc . Evr-ji
Hive You See
d Our new and up-to-date Sc
r Fountain? No! Well, call a
We are ready to serve y
the purest Ice-cold Drinks
e Our Ice Cream is well kno,
h and it shall be our aim to sei
j. it in approved style.
d Call early and often and
Kodak finds a place. Allo
re- yours with the Koda
ieras make picture takint
:ost you from $1.00 to $12A
i need along that line.
LiI on them.
ts for Laurens Steam
Bargain we have <
ar our stock we find
t we are going to se11
'of them good values.
ge for yourself.
n The Commercial Bank
A GOOD SIGN FOR ANY BAI
be 'It stands for thrift, building up of
"strikes" and the best friend in tin
account should be owned by ever)
Banks pay salaries to enployee.
capital. So jump in and put your
Because this Bank stands for mutu
For further particulars ask THE C
OUR DEPOSITS HAVE
During the P
TA11) 231, 1905- MA11 2~3
Capital $ 50,000.00 $ 50
Deposits $171,307.17 $230,
Loans $<260,528.75 $371,
Four per cent. paid in S;
JNO. M. KINARD, Pres.
J. Y. McFAI
Right in The
With a great line of Spring and S
ing, Slippsrs, Shoes, Straw Ha
Embroidery, the new things in .
Goods a specialty. The creation
pass anything that has ever been
means. that our 1907 Hats ha,
equals. Our other lines complel
and as usual you will find our
LIt New Drop Head Domestic Mact
k. Machine, Drop Head, 20 years g
a People say Moseleys can't s(
0- make ptofit. What difference d
pie say as long as you get the goo
Which we use are without ex<
We believe in PURITY.
We constantly preach PUR
We always practice PURI'I
* PURITY counts, and count
* Ask your doctor.
- Account Jamestown Ter-(
mf Season, Sixty Day and Fiftee
daily, commencing April 1 9th
a vember 30th, 1907.
atVery low rates will also be n
BRASS BANDS in uniform
STOP OVERS will be allowe
and Fifteen Day Tickets, san
For full and complete info:
Agents Southern Railway, or
of Newberry, S, C.
4NER IS THE $ SIGN.
reputation, independence of
ie of need. That's why a
mortal in this broad land.
to keep track of a working
$$$ in the winning pile.
al benefit. See the chance?
0. B. MAYER, V. Pres.
ummer goods, Spring Cloth
ts. Elegant line Laces and
sumrrer Dress Goods, Black
s in millinery will easily sur
shown at this store, and this
ie no superior and but few
e and full of new fresh goods
prices just right.. Just think
line $25.00, New Defiance
aarantee, $) 7.93.
:ll the goods at the price and
)es it make to you what peo
'Y, S. C.
:eption the purest grade.
'Y when preparing medi- @'
s for much, in medicines. S
G STORE. 4'
n Day Tickets on sale
,to and including No
iade for MILITARY and
rttending the Exposition.
id on Season, Sixty Day
8e as on Summer Tour
rmation call on Ticket
Charleston. S C