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an LIkeVy 'to be Retained by
North Carolina To Fight
A dispatch from Washinton to lie
Columbia State savs:
That Williym Jennins Bryan m1V
be retaineid: to act as counsel in the
case aamt the railroads in the
North Carolina fi-ght is contained in
story published in the Washington
Times tlii, afternoon. The matter is
being gene._lly discussed here to
Assistant Attorney General San
ders haying failed to work a reconcil
iation of the North Carolina situa
tion in snteh a way as to relieve the
president of a most embarrassing pos
ition. indie here today point to
the fact tha tI e administration will
not after all -ive")its support tb Judge
Pritchard. 11 ha been generallv as
sumed that Presipent Roosevelt would
not hesitate to /put into effect what
ever instrumeialities he could com
mand to 'Thold what is claimed to
be federal authority in North Caro
lina and the United -Stites marshals
and the United States army both
alike would practically be placed at
the beck and call of Judge Pritchard,
but it appears now that the president
is fast nearing the point where he has
about enouzh of this thing and will
not' jeopard his great popularity by
taking the part of the railroads. even
though it come in the guise of sus
taining the federal authorities. This
is only as it is believed by those in
the inner circles here. Remember.at
this time there are not many inner
circles here at present. The presi
dent's position will not be fully
known until the call from Judge
Pritchard for marshals or troops
comes. Officials here express the
opinion that it is at least doubtful
whether marshals would be sent if
Judge Pritchard were to ask for them.
Sueh a refusal, it is admitted would
be exceptional, but it is not admitted
that it would be entirely without pre
The present administration, howev
er. is not given to consider precedent
very much. When the president
wants to do a thing precedent need
not be considered.
Government officials in Washington
who have been watching the progress
of the negotiations between Gov.
Glenn. United States Assistant Gener
at Sanford and the Southern railway
*be a satisfactory solution of the dif
fieulty and that at any rate there will
be no armed conflict of the state and
federal forces. This latter state
ment bears out the information ob
tained the doubtfulness of the presi
dent as to the use of deputy marshals
or~ United States troops in response
to any call from Judge Pritchard. It
is not expected that Go'v. Glenn will
recede from his attitude. They do
think, however, that the Southern
railway officers will eventually be
guided by prudence, and after ma
ture deliberation will give their con
sent to some arrangement by which a
resort to force will not present it
self as a question to be passed upon
by the federal authorities.
Anather matter beinz discussed
here today is the probability' of North
Carolina .rcitaining William .Jennings
Bryan t:' aet as counsel in the case
against the railroads. The Washinr
ton Times has a story of this pr~oba
bilitv this afterncon.
GIRLS INHUMAN~LY TREATED.
New York Police Powerless to Pre
Girl Driven Insane.
New York. July 26.-To the series
of unpuuished crimes against young
girls, which daily of late has etas
perated the police and put parents
in the o,utlying distri-ets in an ugly
mood, wgre added today for investi
gation thle cases of Virginia Bar'ish.
17 years old, and Annie Falkoweko.
a tot of five years.
So notorious have become the cases
of assault. a.mounting in two recent
instances to murder, that Police Com2
msioner Bingham has been driven
to explain that his army of policemen
.is insufficien.t to cope with this parti
enlar species of degeneracy. He has
-warned fathers and mothers not to a!
lo.w -their little ones to wander aim
lessly about the streets.
The Barish girl has been driven in
sane by inhuman treatment, an ink.
ling of which was first given to the
ulic today. .She became separated
from a party of friends at North
Beach Wednesday. and that night
was rescued by chance from the surf
in which she was about to drown her
self. She had been beaten black and
blue and relieved' of her clothina.
Driven mad through suffering she
fou2iht her rescuer and only with diffi
culty was placedl in restraint. When
her meml cE.nditioLn became aparn
ty H spit a]. There. mi a iii d er
Chs tu ilV subsi ant iate. A t tack
ed by a .aan of nine roulhs she w a;
L !! Annii Malkoweko,. of St aten
ISland. wenw t' meet ho' rIathe e n
fell in witha n1'othller 11an. She suifer
ed a bestial attack and is under th(
eare of a physician. Joseph Noewiak
a steamship fireman. 34-years old
and whom the child accused. is unde
A third case today cannot be saiL
to be wholly unpunished. When Den
nis O'Shea. of Harlem, heard th
screams of his infant daughter he dii
not stop to notify the police, bul
promptly beat Jacob Neuman. aze:
52 vears. into uconsc1ousnes. Whet
he came to Neuman was seized witl
a fit aNd was renioved to -Bellevut
Hisnital. critically ill.
The police records show that durin
the past thirty days 17 specific com.
p!nints of assault upon girls and wo
men have been reported in this city
The White Man in the Black Man'i
The story of a man who tried to b<
a grafter and failed is told by Jame:
Hopper in the August McClure's
Sorry as we are for the man,-wh<
started out with some splendid visioi
of reconstructing the Arabian Night4
era as a second Ali Baba, and de
scended to merely holding down hi
job, like any plain American citizen
at the incidental sacrifice of his life
-the ,Imistic satire of the writei
appeals to us greatly. This is one o:
the strongest stories James Hoppe
has ever written, and sheds an ab
solutely new light on the psycholog
of the white man in the black man'
"The Long Shift."
A mining story which, in the ver
acitv of its details and its remarkabl
psychology, reads with all the inter
est of a human document, is told b,
Eu'ene Rhodes in the August Mc
Clure's. under the title of '"The Lon
Shift." Ten men-six of them min
ers. Perform a herculean feat o:
blashing in order to rescue a shift o:
imprisoned comrades before thei:
air-supply is cut off. So realistic i:
the writing in this story that thi
reader actually falls under the Illu
sion of participating in the dram:
that takes place.
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Columbia cost 15c. Exchange, besides delay.
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WRITE FOR EII1Fill CAT ALOGU!E.
6raqd July Clearance Sale!
We have too many summer goods, and rath
er than carry them over we are going to make
the price on them RED HOT. This sale com
mences Friday 12th, and includes all colored
summer Dress Goods, Colored Parasols, La
dies' Slippers, Men's Straw Hats, Ladies' Hats
and .Flowers, Summer Clothing, Men's Low
Quarter Shoes. We sell Domestic Sewing Ma
chines $25.00, New Defender Drop Head
Sewing Machine $17.93, Machine warranted
Just received our 32nd car, making 3,555
bbls. choice Tennessee Flour, and while it lasts
goes for best patent $5.35, half pat. $4.90.
Every barrel guaranteed to give satisfaction.
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Pens and Ink,
. , &c., &c.
In fact anything~ you need along that line.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Don't forget to call on them.
They are also agents for Laurens Steam
Which we use are without exceptionithe purest grade.
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We constantly preach PURITY.
We always practice PURITY when preparing medi
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Account Jamestown Ter-Gentennial Exposition
. . . VIlA . . .
Season, Sixty Day and Fifteen Day Tickets on sale
daily, commencing April 19th, to and including No
vember 30th, 1907.
Very low rates will also be made for MILITARY and
BRASS BANDS in uniform attending the Exposition.
STOP .OVERS will be allowed on Season, Sixty Day
and Fifteen Day Tickets, same as on Summer Tour
For full and complete information call on Ticket
Agents Southern Railway, or write
R, W. Hunt
Charleston S. C