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X. 11. AUJLL, EDIToa
Columbia, Sept. 1l.---An esteemed
citizen, who signs himself as Vill
Smith, cuts a clipping from my corre
spondence and sends it to the ollice post
marked Columbiat, in which ho takes
exception to my reference to Attorney
General lellinger s ''General Bellin
ger" -and writes: "Is It not time to
stop these senseless titles? When was
lhe a general? What did he conmltand?'
We do not know ;Mr. Will Smith and
really do not see why any one should
take exception to giving people titles.
The State law fixes the title of the At
torney General just as it does that of
G;r"ernor, and we only left oll the word
"Attorney," as hits been the custoilm
for many years. We regret that it
should have annoyed Mr. Will Smith,
but, there are other things that people
can connand besides armies. Nir.
liellinger is commandinlg the legal die
partment. of the State. and in the par'
t ieular reference in my corresponden.e
t o General liellingt'r, he is commanld
ing the suits against Col. Neal, or wie
should say Mr. Neal. We really agree
with Mr. Will Smith, that a great
many of these titles are meaningless
and I prefer to be called phlin mister.
llowever. in this case the title was
That was a fearful wreck on the C.,
N. & L. road on Saturday. Four" men
crushed to a sudden death.
The Newberry dispensary matter did
not get further than the beer privilege.
It was rumored that certain charges
would be preferred against the county
board in the matter of the recent elec
tion, but when the test came, nothing
was said. 1 presune for want of proof.
People should be careful how they talk
and make charges, unless they know
what they are talking about. 'ht beer
dispensatry. however. was Iaken up and
the petition fur its reiiovtl granted.
As t.here has been eonsiderable talk
aI isnderstading about this peti
tion, I will secure it copy of it and send
it for publication on Priday. I am
sure, however', as I have before stated,
that the petition only asked the loca
tion be changed, aid that the board
was not asked to 'lose tilp theestablish
ment. The investivation has resulted
ini good. All heer privileges ate to he
closed and that is one of the best
things done by the State 13oard.
lut for the investigation of the
Newberry ease this action inight not
have been taken, certainly not just
now. There is no use to have there
heer privileges, and I do not beliove
they were intended in the franing of
the dis;;ensary law. If we are to have
the disiensary law, it is better not to
mix it with privileges. Whereer
these beer privileges have been tried,
they have been the cause of more or
less frict ion. I leer can be sold from
t.he dispensary just ats wvell as whiskey,
iaind theni t,he diisipeniser doe1s hnot dlependu
(on t,he sale foi' hiis pay. lIe works oni
G ov. AieSwveeney, i\ttoi'ney (seneralit
llelli nger' and .Secretai'y of .Stiate Coop
i' aiid Lihe therci member 1wis of the( phios
phaiite coinisi n are10 it i' th iis week to
make the aiinual tour of the phiosphiate
b.ds. They will be i awazy diuring Li.he
greater' pirt (if the weekt
i:. II. A.
T he ew eounty 13 feveri has sItuck
Clint.on. Th'ie idea is to form the new
c~out, y withi the teri'tory emnbiaci ng
t,he towvnshiips (of I luteri, Cross 1l1ii
and~ . Jacks, ini Liture'ns Couniity, and por'
tioiis or Sparttaniburg and Newberr'y
w ith the- couny seat at Cilnton. Clin-'
t m is a iiodel towin iand its citizens are
wide-tawaae andi pr'ogr'essivye, and1 we
wish the litt.le city ever'y success imagi
inable; but, we guitrd too jealously thle
good( cit izenshi ip of Lbhat poi't,on it is
priopiosed to wvhack off from us, to w ii
Ilingly subm it to such a pr'opositioni.
We enter' our1 prot,est.
XWe h av~e iricei ved at Lih Is ollice a copy3
of the priem iumii list (If the L,ex ingtoni
CouinLy l"air Associatoii foi' the ii.hi'd
ninuial fair, wh i chi is to lie held att I ex
ington, beginning on Wed nesday, ()..
t,obei' 25th, and enidinig on l"iidity, 27t,h.
Th'le prlemniumn list is at neatly got.ten up
pamphlet, conittiinug fuill mformait,ioii
for' thlose cointemplatiing making exliib
its and visiting thie fair'. '.The pre'miuims
oifersd in all diepar'tmenits are numer'
Otis and hitidsomie. Th'ie coming fair
pr'omiises to be it grecat stuccess. Caplt.
.J. HI. Counts, who has many friends in
Newbei'iy County, is t,he l'u'esident of
the atssociat,ion. l'iil'es eloso on t,he
aiftei'nooni of Octobei' 24thl'.
itrave Mena Fall.
Victims to stomiachl, liver iandt kidney
tronbles as wvell Ias womueni, and all
feel' the results in loss' of appietite, pois
one~ in thle blood, backache, nervousm.
iness, headacho and tired, listless, run'
down feeling. RutI iere's 10 ineed to
leel like thai. Listen to .J. Ganrd ner
Idaville, Ind. lie sayi:' "li'ectric lit.
ters. arc jtust thle thinig f' r a man11 when
be is all run do)wni, and dou't care
whether he lIves or dies. it. did mioi'e
to givo met ne0w strength and( good ap-,
petite than anythn e ouldl take. I
can cat anytingj andi iave a new lease
oni life." Only $i0 cents ot '0i D)rug
Stores. Every bottle guranteed.,
Store room on Main street. Loca
Store. Possessioni given at, any time.
Also thi'ee rooms tup-st.airs. WIll rent
at,or' and rooms toget,her' or' sopar'ately.
- or fur ther information apply to
-,f.t R. C. WIrLLAMs,
DOWN TO DEATH
TI4AIN PLUNGES THIROUGII TIESTLI
O1F C., N. & L. Hitll)(iE.
Four Were KIilet Instattly--I)orniilint or
Colltipeo of Itock-Laden, Car tiea Ap
parent Cause-Fall of Over Forty
(Tihe State, 10th.)
With ta tremendous crash and with
out a toment's warning. a portion of a
rock train and a locomotive plunged
through the Il feet high trestle leading
up to the steel work of the Columbia,
Newberry and I Laurens railroad bridge
across the Hroad rivet' yesterday after
noon at 1::30 o'clock and found a rest
ing ,place on the island in the rive.
Several lives were crushed out and the
scene was one of torror. 'Tlhe fear ful
accident was due to no weakniess of the
trestle work, but to the derailment or
collapse of one of the heavily ladell
rock cars, this simply tearing down the
trestle for a distance of possibly 200 feet.
The engine went with the falling
trestle and landed fully 200 feet from
the point where it left lhe trestle work,
evidently beiii hurled through the
air as if from IL eataptdt. Only two
days ago tle trestle force, which is
kept at, work on the trestle and bridge
on an average of ltine months out of the
year, turned the trestle over to the
road with the report, that it was in
perfect condition. It had been tho
roughly over-lauled, new heart, tiiher
being put, in place of every piece that
showed the slightestsignsof weakness.
lngineer Charles 1Sllis,after a thorough
examiination, gave it as hi:i opinion
that, the accident, was due to no fault in
the trestle, but was caused by the
collapse or derailment of one of the
eatrs, someth i ng calculated to tear down
any tresle ever built.
P'our lives were lost so far as known.
The dead are:
l;ng incer V. L. Veathersbee, white,
28 yeas of age, of this city.
Fitreman Silas Itentnick, colored, of
Ste wart MIartin, colored, IIt years old,
.1. S. Martin, about li years old, of
It is possible that other bodies may
be under the large pile of debris, but
not at, all likely.
All the victilts must have been in
stantly killed. Two of the bodies were
The crish Was heard ul) in the city.
This was due to the fact that the two
flat cars that went tlhrough the bridte
were heavily loaded with granite,
which. when once the trestle began to
give way made its destruction it mere
tnmatter of seconds.
I tndre'ls of people went. over from
the city at Once, a11(1 amtnonlg t.hem were
the ollicials of the road, but it was well
nigh impossible to reach the -cene.
Ily walking the bridge one could go as
far as the break, but, a descent, there
frot Was hazardous. A representative
of ''The State accompanied R(ailIroad
Coinuniissioners 1'0vans atnd Garris aetross
itn a batteaui anld Itanded aftr getting
agr'outnd oIl rotcks sevel't1I tmes.
The sc':neI was a ptiaible one. The
mass5 (If wr'eckage lay aigainist, the trock
Ilier of the ironh brtidge. The enigine
wats ont its sidte to the r'ight1 of th . pier,
he steatt escatinng ftrotm it. Tlhetre
wer'e mterely3 remnitatnts of thet cab), and1(
but, few pieces of the Itndetr could be
founid. The iro w'll ork of the enlgine
was t w isted an tulorn: t.hei hell was hetre,
the wist. le therel'L, and1( ptort.ionts could
lie picked il)p till any dir'ection1. NeCal'
1by lay 'the body of the dlead enlgin
ccer antd beside it, was that of the tnegro
Iiiremtanl. The enig ieer h ad not had
timle t.o release h1is throttle and the
bar hlad hel his armli to the fIIrebox;
tbe back of Is heitd wats gonle. The
fir emani's body was jutst by the ashbox,
pat,ially3 in walt.r when founid.
A lotng the line where the trest,le had
beenl, the frotnt of the pi'er wvas p)iled in
tal intdescr'ibatble maItss upon0 the t,imber'
tbat, haul comnposed tile trestle, stands
anid t rack, the r'emnanlts of the two ilat,
cars and1( the gi'anite with1 whliich they
wereC loaded. 10aeh i.ir was br'oken
inlto two part's anid one0 wast uphsIdle
down i; both were strii pp1ed of truciks.
On 0110 of the trucks was a broken
whIieel, wh1iich may13 have been the cause
of the dIistaster'. 'The collanpsing trestle
wvith it.s gr'eat, weighit had strulck the
tbttt of the steel br'idge, bitt this strue-0
tt.ro was pr'acticailly unin1 jurted, as was
also the ploer. Th'le crossties4 in the etnd
of the bridge were jammenid together so
tightly as to0 make a solid iloor for
about 10 or 12 feet. T1he rails, rippied
of the crosst.ies, came down from tho
standling p)ortionl of the trest.lo to the
wvreckago. Th'e island h ereatbouts Is
covered with willow and cane growth,
andl to this Is duo no dloubt the saving
of at, least 0110 life.
Th'le train 1 thatt went thr'ough the
struiCture' was 0110 cotmposedI of ( . N.
& L4. enigine No. :3, just at few days~ out,
of the shops1), w.'ithi i'nginler Weathiers
boo at, the throttle, andl live flat, cars
loaided with gr'aniite, ill chlarge (of C2on
ductor' Dawson. It wats comning flomt
the r'oik quarryil'3 ju1st coss the river
atnd wats mov Iing back wards(, the engi no
beig In the rear'. (Conductr D)aw~son
was sIftanding oni one0 of the fiIrst three
ears8. Onl theu atrs next, the engine were
WIll Bates, a white lIromlan of the ('.
N. & L~. and1( .Jamies Waitsont, the negro
inI charge of tile explosiIves at the
quarry. IBefore leaving the quari~ry
two negro boys who hand been over to
carry (dinnor' buiCket s tried to get aboarld
biut wvere p)ut off'. They' must have got.'
ton back on the traIn in some1 way, for'
Iboth were' amlonig theO dead.
When the train started across thn
bridgo at not mor tluau 10 miles a
hotte, a rogular frieglit train followo
at a distance of 100 yards. ioa(liabte
W. 11' Shelley, of the C. N. & L4. road
was ilding on the engine of tills trail
and was an eyewitness to the disastor
Ile says when the rock train "reache<
the highest, point of the trestle am
there cars had gotton on the stec
bridge, i:e noticed that something ha(
gone v rong with one of the cars next
to the er:gino. In a second more the
crash calme, the t,hree first cars wit,h
Conductor Dawson going ahead on the
bridge. In less time than it takes to
tell it the engine seemed to fly through
the air towards the pier in the distance
being hurled forward by the falling
supports of the double-decked trestle.
Then the steam and (dust rose and all
Thie following frieght train was at
once stopped and: the crew rushed
down to save life, if life were left in
tho"e who had gone down with the
train. The elng ileer' and fireman were
found as stated: both were beyond aid.
In a short time the body of J. S. Mar
till, a negro boy, wit,h the head horri
bly mutilated, being almost dlecapitated,
was found. (in the other side the body
of Stewart, M:irtii, the other colored
boy, was foullnd.
WhVien Jim Watson, who was stand
ing on one of the cars felt the collapse
starting, he jumped to his right
through the air. Though it was about
-12 feet to the ground, the negro struck
somec willows, breakilg his descent.
lie was bruised and more or less
hurt, but was able to get away.
The rescuers found that there was a
man under the pile of wreckage. It
proved to be the white fireman, Mr.
Will Bates. All hands went to work
and it took half an hour to extricate
himn. Ie was slightly bruised and his
nerves were out of gear, but he was
uninjured. ie soon clinbed up the
bridge and came on to the cit,y.
The dead were covered with bushes
and the news was sent to the city. In
a short time a force of men are at work
clearing the wreckage preparatory to
the rebuilding of the trestle. Boats
were secured and the bodies were
taken to the bank of the cainal. Un
dertaker VtnMetre was sent for and
by (i o'clock his wagons arrived and re
moved the dead to their respective
The (ead engineer lived in iL pretty
little cottage 110111e on Gervais street
nearly opposite the Coast Line depot,
There his mangled relains were taken
to the stricken young wife and three
little ones. IIe had brought the down
passenger train in the day before and
a short time before going over to the
<iuarry yesterday morning was talking
of exchanging runs with somec other
engineer. \Vhen his body was t,aken
from under his engine his watch was
still running though it wias so hot that
one could searely hold it.
The railroad commissioners carefully
examined the trestle and the timber
and looked carefully into all the de
titils. They found that iL large portion
of the t.im.ber- in the wreckage waLs per-.
I l'esidlent Clhilds w~as terrily3 shock
ed by tile LdisaLst.er; 110 knew thait the
trest.le had j ust, been 1pu1t, iln thorou gh
repalir a'lnd was aIt IL loss to unlderstaLnd
the acc'idlent at first, but, on getting the
news lie immediately ar'ranged w~ith
th e South erni Rilway olfieials for his
(lown il)ISl psnger' trin enI aIproachlinrg
N ewberrly to comle in to the city Vover
t,he Souither's tracks from Newbe2rry.
T1hiis tile traLin did(, recaching the cit"
only t0 minnIltes late.
il . Childs aLt once went to the scene
of the w~reck and( did everything in h'e
plowerL. 11(1 also1 wired for1 the A. C.
L.. wreekinug and1 constrLuction forceaindl
made(1 arrianlgemients for the ru~nning of
the pa(sse.ger trainis over' the Soultherni
traceks to Newberiry Luntil the break< can1
be r'epaiir'ed. A force will Uc kept at
wvork niight and day until the connec
tion is re-establishedl. The butt of the
br-idge is not injuried mucih.
-The loss to tihe comlpany' so far as8 the
rolling stock and t.restling areO con
eel-ned, will hardly exceed $5,000, but
the interr-uption to traiLlle and tile ne
ce'ssity of running Over' tracks will
mal(ke it much01 gireater. AMr. Chiilds
greatly' depore0s the loss of life, but,
feels that the conmpany didi not cause5 it
by any3 lack of atteiition to the conIdi
tion of its road( bed or trestle.
Coroner G reen took charge of tbe
bodies and1( sumnmoned a jury of inquest.
As soon1 (as tIhe reminis had1( been
viewed thecii r'emiovL was aulthlorizAed.
D)u-ing t,he aLfternloon the tihree cars
thlat escapied the plunge wer'e br'ought,
Onl inIto tihe city. Thousands of peopl)e(
got within sighlt of the broken bridge
but (only a1 few of thenm managed to get
aniross Oil the islantd.
Thlis is by fai- tihe worst wr-eck thlat
has1 occurredi so inear' thle city' ini many11
La1st nlighlt the cor'oner's inquelst wa1s
1101( ill Magistr-ato Smilth's ollice.
Only3 the testimlony3 of Conductor- Damw
soin, is ilagman, whlo was withl him1,
aInd Civil IEngine ChIarles Ellis. was
taLken. Th'ie jury was5 still discussing
the caso at mlidnighit, Olne or two
wishing to charige nlegligence inl the
v'erdict, aindfCor-oner (Gr-eln was~ ar
l-anging to hlave the body of of the dead
fireman shipped to New berry3 this mioirn
lng andl thlose of tile dead boys to Al
ThIe verdict wa reached ait I a. il.,
andt was as follows:
Th at tile aforesaltd came to thleir death
by tile breaking in of a p)Ortion of time
trestle oil tile .,N. and L.ralod
acr-oss Br3oad river.
WV. A. BLArLocK, l'oremnan.
Mouldidgs, Lumbeir, La1ths5 and
Shingles. STUARIT BROS.
~.EH.LESLIE, Manager. t&[g
- - . . --
NO BEER DISPENSARIES.
AI.. 8U(J11 V Bg'E A/ 1t1ll8U E 01
iteor to ito 8ot4 From Itetuhar 1)1Nlsoe
ri.N--Tio itegitlio Atoptegi by Ilto
Itousrd-Other liver Mattern.
(The State, 10th.)
Hfaving applarent,ly completed t,bc
business of its imonthly session anhd be
lug about ready to adjourn, t,ho State
Board of Control gave a genuine sur
prise yesterday by taking at the ulov
enth houtr the most important, action
since the last session of tho General
assembly"--passing resolut,ions to (10
away with all the beer privileges and
beer dispensaries in the State. Such
action was entirely uinexpected. Ever
since the system of having separate
beer (1ispensaries and privileges was
inauguirated it hst been it a source of
great trouble and worry. ''he ILegisla
ture called attention to the matter and
passed resolutions. Again at every
meeting of the hoard all kinds of coi
plaints have been received, and much
of the hoard's time had been consumed
in dealing with thenm.
1 under the act.ioni taken yesterday all
privileges are 1,o be revoked on Nov.
Ist, and thereafter beer will have to ho
obtained through the regular dispen
saries. It is said that such a scheme
is beinl, arranited as will not seriously
interf.,ce with the piresent s:stem (if
After a thorough discussion of the
imat"ter yesterday +ho following resolu
tions pres::teed by Mr. L. J. Williams
Resolved, That all beer dispensaries
are hereby ordered and the terms of
ollice of such dispensaries are declared
to be vacant; this order to become ef
fective on Nov. 1, 1899.
Resolved, further, The semi-steri
lized or family beer be supplied to con
sumers through the regular county dis
pensaries, and that breweries usually
seeking business with the dispensary
are requested to submit, bids to the
State Board of Control at the October
meeting, proposing to supply such beer
bottled and in crates and in such qulan
tities ts may be nec -ssary to be shipped
to Various county dispensaries direct,
and at such times as it may be ordered
out by the board.
And it is fu:ther U.esolved, That the
board at the October meeting desig
nate such dispensaries as it is deemed
prudent to require to handle such beer,
and that they be required to handle
such beer business by Nov. 1st.
Ir WVillitms offered these resolu
tions at, a means of getting rid of the
trouble the muaiagelent has en "ouin
tered. Hie has not yet fully worked
out the new plans, but hopes to do so as
soon as possible.
ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION
N OTIC, 15 11 i.I13V GIVEJI
that an election will be held at
the Court llou=e in Newberry, S. C..
on Wednesday. September27,1899, from
10i a. i. to 5 p im., upoa the questson
of the asses-mnit, and levy of the two
mill tax for the purposes of the New
berry Graded 5chools for the ensuing
year. Those who favor the tax will
vote "Por Two-NIill T "ax. Those who
op)POse will vote "Against Two-Mill
Managers of said election: J1. WV. Cop
pock, S. S. L angford, D). WV. T. K ibler.
AL,AN .JOH NSTONEl.,
iMTN(' OF THIE CiIlENS
J. fNebryis hlerebycale t
meet in (lie <>ipera [louse at Newberry
oin WedneiisdayL, Sep)tembier 27th, itt ''O
o'clock a. mi., to hear the report, of .,.ae
lloard of'lTrustees of the Newberry
Al LA N Ji 1NSTO N E,
P. N. Ni A iiuPIN, Secretary.
STAiCE01 OF SOUTH CAlROLINA,
COUNTiY OF NEIW lIECitiY.
J1ohnstone & WVelch, I 'laint.i fs, vs. An
drew II[orton atnd Sarah Horton, D)e
I. Ye 01D"ltO TIH E COURtT
herin, I will sell to the highest
bidder, before the Court IIlouse at Ncw
berry, S. C , on sahedLy ini October next,
one tract, Ipicce or plantation of land
lying and being situat,e in the Couty
and State aforesaid, contain ing Sixty
one Acires, more or less, and bounded
by lands (if John MIiller, C. WV. Btuford,
J1oh n WVillligham and estat,e of Nathan
T1erms of Sale.-One hal f cash, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months with
interest on credhit p)ort-lon from (lay of
sale. I 'nrehiase to give bond and
mortgage of premI)iises to scouro' crecdit
portion. l'urchaser to pay for p)apers
WN. D). HiAllDY, Master.
Master's Ollice, Sept. 9th 189)9.
"Sing their own praise."
Of conrse you want a Piano, but lper
Iaps you cannot atfford at new one.
Hero's yoiur chance. We have seven
Siluares and1 one Gr'and, each a bargain.
T hese l'ianos have been put in perfect
cond it-ioii and every patrt, of Action re
noewed and are now jnst,as good as when
shipped from factory, and will allow
you purchase prtiC In exchange for a
St,ietf any tinie withIn three years.
Take first and second choice and write
quick; thoy won't last long.
'%:nes Brothers.--------........ $110.00
H enry, Gachle (pearl InlaId).105.00
1loard 1man & Gray ---............. 100.00
Baeon & Raven.-----............... 90.00
Bacon & Raven.-------........... 70.00
Collard & Collard Grand...........00
Terms: $10.00 cash and $5.00 per
month. 10 per cent otf for' cash.
Others being repaired and wo can
sult you in prico and terms.
CH AS. M. STIIF', Piano Manufac
tur-er, Baltimore., Md , Factory Branch
Wvareroom, 213 NorthiTryon St., Charn
lotte, N. C.
C, H. WIL~MOTHl, Manager.
Fine Tuning and Reopairing.
79 1.71.I J. L .I2JVLL -j 1 , J
GOING OUT OF
I will begin, londay , August the
28th, to eloso out ovorything in my
At and Below Cost,
and those who have anything to buy
in my huo, Dry Gloods, Shoos, IIats,
Underwear, Trunks, Notions, &c.,
will find that it wil1l pay them to
Purchasoe what they wnut at my store.
I regret very ituch to go out of bus
1neSs In Nowhorry, Ihocarse it ilts
boon tuy amlbit ioln to koe1p at nic)
vtook of dosirallot) rI)y Goods and
soll thorn at It roltsonablo p rofit, but
I find I can't, run the storo and make
anything;, Itnd al tend to Imly work on
the road, an1(d as the Work on the
road hals, In) the 1 st, hoon mlorv
prolitable than tho m;oro ha1s proved
to be, I am going to give up store
and attond to road work. I havo at
least Sevon Thousand Dollars($7,000)
worth or desirablo goods left yet,
and I profor giving the Cons11umer, my
old frie'.ds atnd customeors, the boule
fit of the
At Mildtilf VUIo )Ls Piticcs,
than to sacrifico thorm to one pur
chasor. I hopo to sell out every
thing in tho store (luring the month
of Soptember. So those of you who
want to got Clothing and Shoes and
Trunks for yourselves, or children
going off to school, can save at least
$2.50 out of every $10.00 you have
to spend for this purposo. Mr. I. iJ.
Lindsay will take pleasuro in looking
aftor you in my absence.
0OME AND SEE US OFTEN
DUllING TIllS CLOSING OUT
Nowberry, S. C., August 22, 1809.
We have now in stock
the well and favorably
known Keith Shoes for
this Fall and Winter,
Vici, Calf, &c., &c. Kid
Lined, Cork Soles,
the dryest and warm
est Shoe made. The
newest Lasts and
Styles. The Excelsior
Shoe Co. making the
largest line of Boys' and
Youths' Shoes in this
In ladies' shoes we
carry the fullest, most
complete, and up to
date stock in the city.
We have all widths
and sizes in the newest
lasts and toes. Heavy,
serviceable welts to
the lightest, dressiest,
Ask for the Regina
our beautiful specialty.
Rubber Shoes for the
million, first quality
COME AND SEE US.
We lead the market
in low prices for Shoes,
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