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WEEKLY FASHION HINTS1
THE PROPER STYLE OF SKIRTS.
A De-cidodly Novel Sleeve.
This gown combines all the new
features of the enrrent mode. The
Eton has loose fronts that open over
a vest embroidered with beige and
pale blue Corticelii Filo silk, sim
ilar embroidery adorning the deep
pelorine collar. The sleeve is de
cidedly novel and deserves special
mention. It is cut with a point
edged with a band of stitched voile
and is completed with a kind of
under sleeve of cream liberty silk
formed into puffs with straps of
beige velvet. Beige velvet ribbon
in a darker shade adorns both the
jacket and skirt. The latter shows
the tashionable sheath effect and in
addition ta the vslvet a trimming of
of stiraps in nverted scollops stitched
with Corticelli silk.
The new skirts are fitted closely
at the hips but flare very much in
deed below the knees. A great
many skirts with hip yokes are
shown, either of shirring, tucking
or tiny bands, joined with a fancy
open stich. Some very attractive
skirt models in sheer materials are
laid in narrow box-plaits from the
waist to the knees and below that
there is a prettily shaped &oc
withinsffi~ns crem ice and a
garniture of narrow gathered rib
EDITORS IN (jEORGETOwN.
Concluded from 1st page.
Mr. Garlington presented resolu
tions in respect to the memory of the
late Col. B. W. Ball, editor, and Edi
tor W. WV. Williams offered resolo
tion.s in honor of the late Mr. L. C.
When the hour for the annual
address came a fioe audience
was present. President, Aull was
most happy in his introdaction of the
.Hon. Julins E. B'ggs, who had con
sented to deliver the annual oration.
Mr. Boggs is a strong type of the
man fitted for entertaining an audi
ence. His mental gifts'are well bal
anced. His style is versatile, witty,
always clear and strong. Graceful
in his introduction, logical in' bis ar
guiment, well poised and thoroughly
interesting in what he has to say, he
holds his audience with the gift of
his own power. His subje'' to night
was "Loyalty," the subje in itself
which stamps tbe character of the man
who offered it. Mr. Boggs spoke on
this subject with the familiarity of
one who had no stilted phrase, but
with the naturalness of one who in.
stinctively had knowledge whereof he
spoke. He touched upon the delicate
meaning of his subject, he brought
forth its power and he recalled to his
attentive bearers the highest spirit of
manliness as a growth of 10o alty In
the home, in the family circle, out
into the wider sphere of patriotism
and truth, the speaker brought the
true meauing of bis subject.
Upon motion of Mr. J. E. Norment
Mr. Julius E Boggs was naanmons
ly eliected au bonorary life -member of
the Press Association.
Col. Johnu J Dargan was preseniad
by President Aull anid was b-artily
roceived, as he is well known in this
c>mmunity. He certainly is a m
effective and forcile~ sDeaker anid his
crusad.e for South Carolinta history is
bringing its results and attracting
increasing attention. The way inD
which he hammered at the indIiff-r
ence and ignIoranlce of the averMge
citizan as to South Cartliua affairs
was powerful and it is bond to
leave its impress. He gave practical
1lftr~n~ t~f how little the DeoDle
knew of their own history and tie
mistakc- mad in trying to teach Ro.
man and Greian bisiori.s ir.stoad of
that of S:uth Carolina. HP blamed
Southern people for their indifference
to history and showed ho,w Bancroft
placed Christopher Gadsden at the
head of the patriots who brought
about American independence, and
how Fiske does not even mention
Gadsden as an American patriot, and
so he went on to show other cases in
wbich Southern beroes, and especial
ly those of South Carolina, were ig
nored in history. Then he took up
Southern bistories anO pointed out
some of the flaws he found in Susan
P. Lee's history, recently adopted for
use in the schools in the State. He
rasped the history that is in use in
the schools and made special refer.
ence to the sketch of the first battle
of Manassas. The truth of history is
there entirely perverted, and all he
wanted was troth.
Mr. Fooshe offered a resolution,
which was unanimously adopted,
thanking Col. Dargan for his excel
lent address and for his most excel
lent work in arousing ifit,-rest in the
history of South Caroli!;a.
The election of eticerf will take
place tomorrow mo- nin.
Tomorrow afternoon the visitors
will inspect the plant of the Atlantic
Coast Liae Lumber Company.
Congressman William Elliott ar
rived here tonight and will attend
the banquet tomorrow night.
Concluded frcm 1st page.
original. Copy had no erasures ex
cept sneb as Mr. Robinson bad made.
The prop4-rty was sold on April
salesday- several days before I knem
of it. Ella Taylor told me of it. I
%vent to see the sinking fund com
mission at their first meeting afrei
the sale. -
I have memoranda of my inquiry
as to the title in question. I got
memorarda~ from L:.les after be
failed to furnish deed in January ui
February, 1901. Up to May, 1901
I had tried to get the Mitenells t(
make title-their de*ed to follow Mr
Lyles' deed-and it was not signed
till considerably later. 1 held thi
Mr. Lyles' client. The Mitchell desi
was to be held pending making of
deed by Lyles.
I made no '.earch for unpaii
taxes on the lot in question. I sup
posed the Mitchells had paid them
11 looked for mortgages. After thi
master's report was filad, I saii
something to Mr. Robinson aboul
paying the money to Frank. Befori
the order of Jadge Buchanar', there
was some question about thbe costs.
I raised the money to pay, by
morgage of lot that I owned, and ar
edoresd bankable not,1.
I set up claims against Ella Tay
or for $173 for services rendered
By Mr. R. W. Stiand: Before the
return was made, I was informed by
Clerk Walker that the case of Elli
Taylor vs. John T. Duncan hai
been discontinued. Mr. Hnter A.
Gibbes made a similar statement t<
The court aftear consultation an
nonOUced that the argument would( hb
limited to 30 mmnutes~ on each side
Mr. Robinson made a sho't state
ment, setting forth the m'tives in.
dring his action, and simply leaving
the matter in the bands of the court
Mr. Shan~d submitted that thern
was no sufficient proof of thbe ebargei
made against Mr. Duncan, and tbal
his condnet was not sneb as would
call for the severe punishment of dis
Belong to that class of inflammato:
cause more genuine bodily discom
diseases. The impurities or sedimue
of poor digestion, inactive Kidney
taken up by the blood, saturating 1
that ooze out through the glands an
scribable itching and burning, and
the yellow, watery discharge forms
into crusts and sores or little brown
and white scabs that drop off,1leaving
the skin tender and raw. The effect
of the poison may cause the skin to
crack and bleed, or give it a scaly, fis]
consist of innumerable lackhleadls;
the face. Purification of the blood it
diseases. Washes and powders c;
restores the b
ties pass off
relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the or
purifier. It contains no Arsenic, Po
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THE BRADIFELD REGULATOR CO.,
Col. Yonmans contended that Mr
Duncan's consent to the order it
the case was consent only that he bi
required to pay over the $250, an
not to any of the master's concln
sions. He reviewed the testimoni
and argued that he charges bad no
nt all been established. He close<
witli an eloquent appeal for the ac
Mr. Justice Pope stated that possi
bly the court's conclusion might b
announced at 10 o'clock this m.rn
CASE DISMISSED BY SUPREME COURT.
[rhe State, 5th.]
The disbarment proceeding
brought by Mr. D. W. Robinson, o
the Columbia bar, against John I
Duncan, another member of the locs
bar, which ebiefly because of the uD
precedented circumstance of a heai
irg before the supreme court in- sue
a matter, have attracted such widE
'spread attention have been dismisse
by the court iu rather short order, i
being sitated thbat thbe court was unar
imous as to the decision. Yesterda
Mr. Duncan was being congratulate
throughout the day upon his vindi
cation o,f the charge of mnalpractics
Tbe report of the hearing as prini
ed yesterday morning showed thi
the fnllest investigation of all the a
legatiouns was mad.b/4hrcourt.~A1
ter the hearing on Tuesday afternoo
it was generally thought that the pt
tition would be dismissied.
The court had just assembled yei
terday morning when A'ting Chi4
Justice Pope read the following o1
der disposing of the matter:
hI the matter to disbar John ']
IDuncan as an attorney in this cour
It is the judgment of this cou.
that the prayer of the petition berei
be refaused and that the said petitio
be dismissed. -Tbe reasons for th
judgment will be filed hereafter.
Y. J. Pope.
Senior A-sociate Justice, Presiding
The filing of the reasons will t
awaited with some public interesti
view of the unusual character of tb
srATE~ reUffER sCHOOIL.
Superineendentt MWcMah'un MakeM41 Ple'a'lo
Columbis, May 29.-Superintet
dat of Education McMahan annout.
ces that 'tbe teachere who are es
pectiug to attend the summer schot
at Winthrop will rejoice to lear
thatt Dr. F. B. Wilson will visit tb
school andI preach to thbe teacher
in thbe college chapel on the 29th c
June, the first Sunday after tb
opening of the session. Having r
signed from the presidency of COL1
Iverse College to spend a year or two i
stuldy, he leaves for thenorth oni th
3rd of July. In consenting to comn
ter and? Acne
rv and dis<guring- kinl erupjtionls thai
ort and( VuT orre daln other known
tls wha2: colleet in the systeml because
andl olhlr tr ':m' s of elim:ination are
e sx I.em wvi th avid pois-msu andI fluida
pores of ihe sk in, producing an inde.
" I can cheerfully endorse your S. S. 1.
t-s a cure for Eczema. I was trouble:l
with it for 25 yo.rs and tried many
remed-cies witi a no g;ood effects, but aftcj
using a few bottles of S. S. S. was entiree
ly relie'.;cd. Wmn. Campbell,
313 W., Central St., Wichita, Kame
y appearance: again the eruptions may
nd pipe or huard,. red bumps upou
the 011iv remed v for thlese viiu skin
n only hlid~ for a time tbe glaring
S. S. eradicates all >oisonlous accumu4
otes the Ur i e and other acids, and
>od to its wonted purity, and stimulates
the sluggish organs, and the impuri
through t h e natural channels and
yI guaranteed purely vegetable blood
tash or other harmful mineral.
rphysician.; will adlvise without charge.
. nSil(ic5S,wihwl esn
>kT onskRiFisease, hich wil beGen
to the ionni;er4 school just bneore
lpavingr thA .'ate, he is prompted,
atit;i , 'hy th4 really af
I f(e re;trd for the Smib Car
clinia teachers to mbich the dePight
fut associmtion of last snininer gave
birth, 'a feeling which is deeply re
ciprotedpI by all who were at Con
v4_ee h'st soiniler.
"Dr G. S Dickerman, field agent
of t ho Sonthrn Eduation Board,
bas consented to visit the summer
school aid deliver an evenir lecture.
Dr. W,Ilace Buttrick. se,cretary and
executive otiet,r of t1he General Ed
11-ation Bcai3*, in rpsponse to an in
vitation, writes, i nI part: 'I arl so
crowd-d with admiiistrative work
that I have io time to prepare a lee
ture, as much as I would like to do
so; th fact is that I have a very
large contract ol tuy hands, as you
can well appreciate. However, I
sball make the effort to visit. Rock
Hill during the sessions of the sumi
mer school If I am unable to ao
so myself, I.ani confident that some
of our field representatives will be
able to do so '
Among others who will lecture at
the school are President Charles D.
McIver of North Carolina, Superin
tendant Lawton B Evans of Angus
ta, Ga., and Prcsidents Cromer and
Montague of this State.
"I bave sent to President Johnson
the first names of tboie who wish
room in the dormitory so that he
may begin the work of assJnnent,
when they receive from him the w-tifi
cation of their rooms they will know
that their applications bave been
approved. Tboe who do not. msh
to room in the dormitory- will receive
from tbi; office a card of admission
to the school.
"In looking over ti-e applications
thus far received I am struek with
the quality of the material. All
the colleges in the State are repre
sented by gradu n s. Winthrop
d leads as usual. Rpecnt gradnates of
t Winthrop are attending in large
Snumbers. There are four applicants
Ywho are to graduate in June-one
d from Winthrop, uone from the South
1Carolina Ci>llege, one from Erskine
- and one from Hollins Institute, Vir
t "The leading sup)erintendents and
pripal.wbo-me--tt-f t he time~
employed in teaching in surumer
n sebools w.ill attend i be State school
and take regular courses."
Otbig lePnreoplw e.thn
elv. will Ga Givsrenwich, as., vits
pst e83 toears ofae mye ole ags:
ameenjoyigreexcellent fehfr a vman~
ofr my' a:e du epniry t o th Iae ejven
sating miniceshwlsgs of Drw ls evne.
Its big seeand irest wh. eser.voting,
le Mils' an gvstrnthad'tl
ityaved mooe fomy ohd iaes
u" amrs a. ld sle,iteso \rGeo.
Wetm, oNwn,a., v rites I ha n v
en a reat screy mnare nems
- cnsiera te mcen foret me in P\ul
f orgad myc mi:.d shmow sig of wa
n::es. I egantal. inr.Miles'ie
nrsand nw it save mcLy fe.
8 Savd bmel from the nsGaae.y
eum." Mrs. eA. o., Eiert, Jeico.
Sprins, Ma., Ashite.lI wsh-ot ne
e ci, oud , s....(ee nor retjv i -un~pa~
frgerto.n.:: ..s..f.m....7 jidrr,a
times. I .c.nrne.nu nii ::.Miles
Nevieatcr:d ~it hS ld)...mth
f uri d n : pe 4etl wll."
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with this garg, your thrcat of)
fact alwayS fresi
For Cuts, Mashes
need only to apply
a few times and the sore
be conquered and the w<
To get the best results
of soft cloth with the lini
wound as you would a p
25e., 50c. a;2
KEEP AN EYE ON Ycl
diseases among yo'ur fowls use N
UtIaiin the Pw
Centers and H
Reseets of the
3Eigh-Class Vestibule T1
between New Yerk a,
CinIcinnati and fleeri
New York and Florida, e
and 5avannab. er V:
Wu,eer Dining-Car Sew
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eeunt *o5th Carolina
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se. P..eesoAge s,s
pUenUAFV 5, see.
Are bpst reach by the Co ton
runs two trains day fro M4
withouit change. hese t air
direct' or make close nnec o~
for al parts of Texas, 0 aho
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raised and w here pe >rIe prosper,
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LE RIDGE PALR'AI
H. C. BEA'k TIE, B.ceiver
etween Anders." ;a.d W ~a1an.
12 tatin No.
1 am....... A eron .......v 33:5 p
10 am......... D v er.... .Lv A 5kp
:' am m........0 e ... ... ' 4 p:
22 am..... Pe d ietn.. 4 14 nl
101 am....Chery'Wror-m 'V ~if ? 3
amsr......a s"' si . Lv4 9p
I(r L1-:L IN FFECT" AFTE:R .J1'l 2. I I.
Dailyv -1-seen' Snd.
-buck .r................ .. .... . 9 -10 i' 1
Uotanbue ....... ................... 0 1
,t a br g .. ............ ..... '0(4 ' i?I
S:a bur.. ... ......................'
nnosrbing..... .. .........-... 0 p
H 8 -~imp'~cn. President
- .. c. 3x1can Mustang Lin
a i LO a glass half full of water and
II it will quickly cure a So ThrWt
* ~ i1
in your memory:
and all Open Sores, y=W
ustang Ziniment A
ness and inflammation will
unded flesh healed.
you should saturate a piece
ment and bind it upon the
* a bottle. t
poultry and at the very first sign of
>, Scaly Legs, Bumblefoot or otW t
exican Mustang Liniment.
.9 D TI A oEL.
oalth and Pleasuse
Ruth with the #
UST and W EST.
ad New Orleans, via Atlanta.
5a Points via Atlanta and via -
ither via Lvnekb.eg. Daaville
La Richmoand. Danville ad.
i.. on all Thro.gh Trains.
Low Rates to Charleston ao.
Intersmtate and West Indiaa
to all Resorts new en sale at -
lterature, timse tabiee, rates, *O.,
1, or address
W. H. TAYLOE,
Aeat. Gen. Pma. A.egs,t
e. ahian.e, oa.
5. C. B EAM,
DlateLet Peas. .4ges.,
. Abi.et, e.
AN INQIAN TER.
Belt, ich line
mphi to Texas~
s ei er reach' PinINKSL
N. B. BAIRD, T. P. A., --ATL.ANTA, G;i.'
E. W. laBEAUlBE,0. P. & 1. A., ST. LOUIS, ES.
EICUJRSIO RATES ToI(RARLESTOl,8. G,
c ollatia, Newberry aiidLarcnsRailrOaI
SAtlantic Coast L.ine Railroad.
South Carolina Inter-State and W st Indian I
r Tiketson gale at following rate-:
From t C(:95s A Class-CB Class C
Laurens. e. t'.. $9.20 $8.75 $4.60
e So . C.. 8.75 6.4') 4.4') ,
\Wberry, S. C., 7.7 5.70 :9.90
Pro'pe rity, S. i'.. -. si f..i5 3.7-5
r I it tle Moun toin, S. C., -.I0 5.20) *.5.
hapn.8 C,6.8 5.05 3.'o
ra o. S. C., 6.45 4.65 -3.-40
C. C u. -lia S. C. 5.85 -.30 .32
IaS A tickets sold daily to 'May 3 st. con
ti-o ous --assage, final himIt June 3d 19%.
Clas~s B tickets sold daily to May .3'st Con
t iuous nassue, final lrn t 10 days in addi- r3
ijin to date of sale.
ias ' C t ickets sold Tuesd a' an d Tb ursday
- t each week io May 29th, contin~unus passage
final timit seven (days In addition to dlate of
o schEul CaVNAUG .ute Anfovlto ad
Newberry, EAUG. SAen.
J.F OGTNe,bSory A. t.
INSOlut b01'. A t.,.G
T..M..ECoERSON,aH. M EME O,
'1'..M.m uSN,e H. P. EReN.
Tra.ffic Managei. ucn. Pass. Agent.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
CUital City Route."
iortest line between all principal cities
North, East. South and West.
Schedule in effect Dec. 1, 901.
t'entral Tin e. focal At
Daily Daily. anta to
orthvound _ib .44 Clir-ton.
v Savanr a.......J 3! pm 5 P
Fair' x ....... 1 09 am 3 49 1
Dtenma k . I ZVan 4 7 prr
Eaustern Tiv. t,
C(Ilun bil . ....... 4 , a '5 -.
Car den . ......... 5 47 '4r: M 00 ;I;
CLerav .... ..... 6 i9 a 1 9 40 pw
r Havile. ......... 7 o a m 1-.: 5 L)ru No. 6...
v (;i hoan "a.i 1 0; arn 421 pm 12251m
A bLWtwi ........ 1 31 au 4 51 pm !k 57 pmf
Ore:nwood .. I 66 an, 4 p11 1 23 )j
Clinton .... 2 ... 1% 06 pm 2 i i
Carlisle....... 3 3 a I 1 53 p
Chester... .. 4 0 a 7 2) pn
tatawbLJCt.... 43ao 75il1pu
r Hamlet.......... 7 00 ar li l- pir
v Ham l t ........ .. 7 25 am 10 4) om
r Ea eigh............'i 15 an 30 aml
PetersOurg .... 2 26 pm 5 54 a i
Rtchn ond ..... 3 e5 pn, b -o a..
Washington ... to 3 >o: 1l 1 a
Baltiu-nre ........1125pa. a a
Philadelphia ... 2 56 ki 1 :4 p)
New York......... 6 30 am 4 13 pm
., o-ntn- qorf' 5 2-pm 7 1.5 a
.uthbound. Daily Daily.
v Cheraw........... 7 11 am 11 6 p
Camden .......... 8 31 am !2 .3 am
Columbia......... 8 40 am 1 (6 am
Denmark ......... 9 52 ar. 2 17am
Fairfax ........... o a 2 a
r Savar vah ...... .2 pw 4ar
J -ckonvill ... 3 :0 pm 4 (6 ai
Tup........ (Oam !0 p
Eabtern Tite.. . Local
v Catawba........ . 9 0' at 12 5- am ('lnt'n to
betr ... ...... 9 45 am 12 35 am Atlanta
Carlisle ........ ...10 I 0) am No. 53
C into6. I ' a -7 am 2 45 pm
GreenwcOd......I: .2 pn. 3 43 am 3 35 pm
Abb -ville....... 12 21 pmi 4 10 am 407 pm
Calhoun Falls..12 5) pn 4 38 am 4 45 pw
r Athens....... 221 pv d 13 am 6 19 pm
A tlanta........... 4 56 pm 8F0 F: 8.50 pm
%,vuu.bia, Newberr) ard Laurens Ralilw y,
!-iD NO n2 leaving Columbia, Union sta.
on, at I 20 ai daily, connects at O)Inton
rith S A L Railway. No 53. affo-ding
bortest an quickest r-te by seve7al hours
a Atlantta L Chattaixogn, va-ihville St. Louis,
hicago and all point.; West
Close c ) nection at Peter.,burg Richmond,
Vashington Port*rnoutb Norfolk, Columbia
avannab Jacksonvills, -id Atlanta, with
'Magniflicent estibule ttains carrying
irougbPullman sleepi! g cars betwe4lu al
rinci pal points
8 A L Railway i,000 mile books are good
ver C., N and L Railway; also to Washing
>, It. C.
For redncs-d r tes. Pullman reservations.
J J PULLER, T. P. A..
Cnlnmbia, S. U.
C B. WALWORTH. %. G. P. A.,
Savan nah Ga.
ITLANTIC COAST LINE!
etween Charleston and Columbia
Upper South Carolina and North
Tb AFFIC VEPA.RTMENT,
WILMnueToNe N C.. Mmrch 26th, 19 2
'0100 WUEsT; In Et> JAN. 15~ '.hOING EAFr
o N'. 190- No. No.
58 52 53 59
M. *A.M. *PM. tA M.
525 6.00 Lv.. Charleston, 8. C....T 521 :1.>
735 -'.51 L'........Lanes....Ar 785 9.45
915 9.'5 Lv ....um ter....Ar 6. 3 8$20
.1O .4 5 -r.... Colum bi....Lv 4.40 6.55
... .9 ...Prosp"sity...Lv 320...
... 2.43 Ar...Newberry...Lv 3.06...
....2i .....Clinton...L '.22...
.....47 Ar....Laurens....Lv 2. 2 ..
.... 3..:5 Ar.. ..Greevlll... Lv .2 .
.. . r ...Spartanbu'rg ... I.v 1 215 ....
A M. P. M. ...
.... .A5 ILv..Sumter, 8. '~ . ... Ar 5.0 -.....
l... .-A r...Cande m....ar 4 15 ....
P M. AM. ------
.. . . ' ir...Lai caster... A r l.t . ..
.... .4O 'r.. - ock H1ilt... r 10."0..
... 4.-8 A r.. ork vi le. ...Ar '.la .
.. 52 ar.. Blacksbnrg.. Ar 8.15 .
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