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ASKS HEAVY DAMAGES.
The Lady Whose Trunks Were Searched
for Valuables Stolen at White
News and Courier.
In the United States Court at Char
leston Mrs Jane Stewart Boyesen, of
Chicago, through her attorneys, Car.
lisle & Hydrick and Stanyarne Wil
sol, of Spartanburg, filed a suit for
damages in amount of $50,000
against the White Stone Lithia Com.
pany, J. T. Harris, of Spartanburg,
Dr J. B. Morgan, of Augusta, and
one Ellioft, an employee of the White
Stone Hotel Conipany.
Mrs Boyesen's suit is based upon
the personal humiliation and indig
nity and defamation of character to
which she alleges Rho was recently
subjected inl Connection with thefts of
valuables from guests of the White
Stone Hotel, Spartanburg, of which
she was suspected of being the per
petrator, to the extent that her pri.
vacy was iniivadt'd ny dotectives ald
her trunks searched for the miissitig
For several days precediting August
19 guests had been inissilng valtiable
articles from their rooms. Six or
eight rooms were visited by the thief
and watches, jewelry and other vain
Mrs Boyesen chanced to be a guest
of the hotol at the time and unaC
compatnied. Desiring to leave the
hotel several days Itor, she wa iu
formed by an agent of J. 'T. Harris,
the proprietor of the hotel, that the
suspicion of some of the guests rested
upon her and she wa dvisd not
to leave unt iI the i mstery was cleared
up. Mrs Boyesen, it is reprttd,
determined to leave and otered to
pay the expense of the agent to Spar
taimlturg, whwre hol coild examine her
trunks, whichi were packed aid ready
for transportation The checks for
the trunks were turned over to the
agents and tie search m1ad0, with
the result thitt none of the m issing
articles were fou1d among her he
Mrs Boyesei claimide t.) be ami mn.
protected woman il had healti. She
says she is a miember of the 1lib1ois
NWma's Press Associition and of
several clubs. She is also a contri.
bnI(or )to IewpasPers and has tray.
Shit' was greatly grieved and htim
iiliated an10 now hias invoked thle
majesty of thle law to secu re amends
fron1 thlose who inatjigated thle seatrch
of ior ell'ects for the stolen prop.
Suit is brought in the Uniiit ed St ates
Court because one of the defetlatis
named, Dr J. R. Morgani, is a resi.
dent of Augusta, (Ga. Dr M 'rgan
and his wifo were guests of the Whbite
Stone H oteli, and anmng the valuai
bles secured by th~ thief was a gold
watch belongig to Mrs Morgan. Dr
Morgan accom,paniied Mr J. T1. Hiar
ris, thme proprietor of the hotel, to
Spartanihurg in conni'ect ion wvith the
search of Mrs B.)yesenl's luggage.
The guests of White Stone, or at
part of them, have issuled a state.
ment to the press di fending Mr.
Harris' act ions in the maitter. They
nay the seairch was made at t h'ir
solicitation, and that they have been
"'informed that suthicient evidence
was secured1 by exatgijpt ion of the
trunks of the suspocted party to wvar
rant the suspicions and to just ify Mr.
Harris in the search."'
WIND SLOW OR FAST.
No Yacht Races on Thursday oi Saturday.
An Exchlanige of Crews Proposed.
Tlhe third in the series of internai
tional yacht races for the cup trophy
was called ofl on Thursday because
neither boat wont over the 'ouirse in
the time lunit on account of lack of
Wind1. The Reliance was far in the
leadl in tilt finiish. Although oflicially
it was ino race, the (defeat actually
administered to the chlallenger was so
ignominious that. it left no hope in
thie b)reast of Sir Thomas Liptont.
There wats no race on Saiturdaiy
b) mu of too touch wind. It blew
wiLh a velocity of 40 or 50 miles an
There was a race yesterday and the
races will continue every day until
There has beeni talk of exchanging
the crews of the boats to see if A mer
ca's supremacy lies in her boats or in
SOME "BILL AtP" STO1tIES.
El Perkins Gives Sketch of the Great
Humorist, Who Died Last
In the "Kigs of Platform and
Pulpit" Eli Perkins writes the follow
ing breezy introduction, rehearsing
some interesting stories of Bill Arp
in presenting one of his lecturos:
The whole life of Bill Arp has beei
humorous and no man will stop work
quicker and more cheerfully thia he
to hear a good jcke. When I asked
him one day if he really ever killed
many Yankees, he said:
"Well, I d'n't, want to boast about
myself, but I killed about as many of
them as they did of me."
Speaking of pension one day, Mr.
Arp said every Yankee soldier ought
t-> have a pension.
"But they were not all injured in
the army, were they ?" I asked.
"Yes, they all did so much hard
lying about us poor rebels that they
strained their consciences."
Bill Arp te..d of an occurrence in
New York when he came here to
lecture in Ohickering hall. He said
he was standmng on the steps of tihe
Astor lbuse one afternoon with a
friend, when a man with a dtecid3edly
military bearing hobbled up. li,
greeted my friend as he passed.
"That's a tine soldierly looking
ehap," I said.
"Yes; he's a veteran--ColNn1l
Jones, of the G. A. R."
"Did he lose his leg on the battle
"Yes; at Gettysburg."
"Ab! Repelling Pickett's charge. I
"No; a mounment fell on it."
They tell this story in Riome. (is.,
about the major. They say that in
the summer of 1863 Bill Arp wss in
the Richmond hospital. The hospit.
al was crowded with sick and dying
soldiers, and the Richmond lsdis
visited it daily, carr% ing with them
Jlelicacies of every kiid, and did al
they could to cheer and con,fort tLe
.ufering. On one occasion a 1retty
miss of sixteen was distributing :lw.
rs and speaking gentle words of e,.
ouragewent to those ar.n:. her,
whe:1 -Le overbeard a sldier exclwam,
A)h tiy Lri' It wa.-; B1! Arp.
his bedside to r-uke
hin fr his profa:.y she rusrki:
Dkih,' I he,r .,--u e .te
,ane of tho Lur.i I ail -ne .f his
1auoh-ern. Is there an.yth:tg I o-n%i
%-k him for v'u
Looki up mto her bright, sweet
!aes.. Bi I replied: "I dont k .ow iuat
you could dK 'sometboig for na if I
"'Well,"' said she, "what is it-(
Raisinig hsis eyes to herb and ex
ending his hand,he said: "A's yeo are I
I (daughter of the Lord, if I ws--n't
narriedl, I'd get you to ask Hin if
dIe wouldn't make me HI is son in law"
Major Andrews, a Yankee captain,I
was telling some jolly rebs in Georgia
ihout his experience at Bull R~ur.
"The only time that I ever really
felt ashamed in my life was in that
Buill Runi battle,'' said the major.
"My horse fell under me, and I was
obligedl to ride an army mule during
the rest of the engagmient, and~ lbe
finally carried me clear into t he rebel
"Yes, I remember the inceidenit
wvell,"' said Bill Arp, who was stanid
ing by, "1 found that mule withI a U.
S. brand on him the next day after
''You did, really ?" said the mailjor,
hardly expecting to be corroborated
so promptly. '"Where did you find
him1" asked the mlajor.
Bill saw that there was no door
wide open as he replied, ''Stone (dead
behind a rail fence."
VESUVIUS IN BRUPTION.
The Volume of Lava Acquiring Vast Pro
portions-A More Violent Eruip
Naples, August 28.---The corres.
pondent of the Associated Press has
just return red fromi spending a night
on Mount Vesuvius, withI the special
permnissioni of the nuthborit ies to pass
the prescribed limits. Trhe scene
was t.erri fy ing,but magnilicet. En,or
mous masses of liquid fir' flowed ad
most to the correspondent'ai feet,form
ing great mounds. Occaionailly a mnass
of burning material became detached
from t he pyramid and rolled d'own
the sidle of the mountaini, the fast
cooling ava in its turn detaching
other masses until the wvhole became
stationary at the bottom. The main
stream of molt.en lava flowed down
the volcano until stopped by the
mouIds of old lava, whol dividod
and 11110 d u) the valleys, 1ho old anid
now malmos unt int with mich forec
as to calulso loud detonations, whieli
shook the eIII tih.
Tuday the ortiption continues and
ti voloino of lava is acquiring vast
proportions. Detonationm insido the
volcano havo caused tlt, prediction
that a noro violent oruption may be
A BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY.
Miss McKay, of P1hiladelphia, Takes the
Veil in Columbia and Renounces
Columbia Cor. News and Couri0r.
Bautiful and iuprossive. was thet
veremoyiv in tihe nuns' ehapel Fri
day uorning attending tihe taking of
tho veil w.d the renunciation of the
world by All' Ethel %.Kay, of Phil
adelphio Thet s,rvies commen(0d
at S c'ook in the tilorninig an
wore voisducto,l by the 11 lRov It 1'.
Northrop, Bishop of (it diose, as
sisttd I.v the l Uiv Fathor l'triek
Cronin and the lov Father . W
Aftor tihe elebration of Mai and
the bht"sing of tilt vtil and hi 't by
tho lislilp tihe postia:n ,ian
to til raili:: in front of the a:,r.
lioro th three u
poverty, ehent'tty -N
were made, aud .a M .
choir nun11 a fo::r:' a
i h on j mi .s iS..
thon sign i d' y h r.
ly the Miother Super -:r
dt10 h of Ster Nilcsv. N -1 -
be plaed i- hor h0.d"s1: u ed
Wv.' L hor
h oe, t . f 4 bi-- ,.1 thu -. the -
o ua:-s. :sr ss. b
0'. t th p- rif h w:- t
hlf C'-eila:. aerd
Air-.. :e'ay, :ohe-ruof the -toivc
na b*lun, w a her fromPh.ilade
'ir- to witn al that ce moy and
oi- o the rh Cathli Cthedra to
blard i a expictd to be
Ir) U, lf w- a naoidah- d
b,,Sult af i
ix-SecretKay of~mli. Stae Clii Po w.
iGiaorgi town,- Ky. Augusto '"l The
Calof Phowter fatoralicithydra t
LiiJanuary,i 1was clos~od o beO
foreon toda wiaverd.et', be
poesu ig the xThrdm Trial of angk'
inx-hereniteti tiayeo trle yars
on a lifesete~nce., Ths verdic Thf
thir jury:l "ilt) Srard thepuis
Calont oweath, war reportedi ii iin the
fC.out a 'd.20 ta Sverd mi
in t orhe verict ir who rea ad Iithe
mot 1inites liec pr o red The~I'
teJury:a polt ad tlch niljh
clre thI te of go81,"Wartity tod bei hii
hJit attny 1 asked fori' bytie tinak
a moio foeVtril a ne tral hl Il
to08 jhuSt Count11 0Wl jil, vn1111' he MM
tIhere (l n th e appeali( of h ois~ ease.
Wm. Ktromse, nal fembr o fi. the bridge(
gan IlOworkm fo nea ittil.otwa ae
su Tnyil'hursa Wit g Crawtheamp
and1( a kmnd of cholera. ii is ease was s0
severe that he had to have the memberis
sf the crew wvait upon01 himn and Mr.
GIifor was called and1( consu11t.ed. lie
told them lie had1( ai meiine in the form
)f Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
D)iarrhoea Remedly t'mt he thought
would help1 him out .md1( accord ingly
ieveral doses wvere adr.iisijtered wvit I
the result that the follow wvas able to
be arond next day. Tlhe incidlent
sea.ks quite highly of Mr. Gifford's
mfledicmnes. --Elkader, Iowa, Agnus.
This remledy never fails. I eep it in
tour home, it may save life. For sale
by Wim. Ei. Pelhm & Soin and Prosp)er
tv Drug Co
THOUSAND INSURGBNTS KILLBD.
The Result of a Battle at Similovo on Prl
day Last-Sultan's Troubles
Salonica, Aug. 80.--The Bulgarian
inmurgetis sustained,a severe reverse
at Smilovo Friday, 1,000 of them
The inmurgeuts to the number of
3,000 ocoupied a position ou a height
which wii stormed by six battalions
of Tutrkish troops coinnanded by
Sorvot Pasha. After losing 1,000 of
their iniber the lulgariana fled in
the face of the heavy Turkiih artil.
ltrv tiro. The Turkish losses were
Remaining in postollce for the week
ending August 29. 1903:
L. A. Berry, Walter Brown, J.
C 11. F. Cantion, NMrs. E C.
Croluel, Capors Compton.
1) Miss L,rioi Drowett.
1. -1-'.anst l.indsay, R. M ewt
'M It Nbanko,
S 1L Suielgrove, Rev. 1). M.
Spist , lrs. 'Cornelia Smith, Is.
' J 1 ,N'hom%son.
W-Miss Corrio Walker.
Ia"'- e- zor these lettors will
F 01R FALL SOWING.
V itable and Farm Seeds
aI I C- V ~ s~' a 'ogu0.1:
C *:son CloveT, Vctche,
(irk-ses ard Ckucis,
S,ed Oa's. Wh-a
Ryc. Barky. c.
- r:te f rit.
T. W. WOOD & EONS,
Seedsmen, - Richmond. Va.
Newberry, S. C.
C3rzganet me 3cl .13 0EV
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
g'anization - - $9,200
A man working by the day is paid
for the~ time he puts is at work, but
when that man saveci a dollar for bis,
day a labor it works for him nights,
as well as days; never lays off on ac
count of bad weatber and never gets
sick, but goes right on earning him
an income. It's a nice thing to work
for money, but it's much nicer to
have money working for you. Try
it--open a stvimgs account with us
and get some money working for you.
Maea deposit in the Savings de
partmnent todlay and let it begin to
w'rk for y in. Interest computed at
4 per cen 'January 1 and July 1 of
NE WBER RY
Theq following druggists requests the
holders of MU RNA coupons to bring
t hemn in at once andl secure absolute.
ly free, tihe regular size bottle of the
Great Preparation, MURNA WI NE
l"or sale only by Gilder & Weeks.
Smaill Saivings'i are the Stepping
Stones to suices (an,d1 lenty
$1.00 a month deOposited in our
WV ill iin 10 year s a1mount to $ 146 00
$5.00 wvill in It) years
amot to - - - - $ 730 00
$10.00 will in 10 years
amount to .. . -:-1460 00
We want your business.
llave amplle facilities to
accommodate our cus
Th ommercial Bankt
. EETNMING I
C*W" 25 7 cmnt
r mail 25 cents to 0.
Curos Eruptions, Sores, collo, Hivon
Worms. -:-3 -" <
THE EFFECTS OF THE SUMMERS I
The Nashville, C
St. Louis Ry., a
ern and At
The Scenic Bai
To the North, Norti
Best Equip ped Trains,
Quickest Time. For rai
etc., or any information,
JNO. E. S
No. I North Pryor St.,
Opposite Union Depot
NORTH -- SOUTH.
Two Daily Pullman Ves
Between SOUTH ar
The Best Rates and Rou
Via Richmond and \A
Norfolk and Steame
Louis, Chicago, Nev
Points South and Southw
and Jacksonville and,,
POSITIVELY THE SHORT
SWFor detailed information,
man reservations, etc., apply
board Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, Columbia,
C. F. STEWARTf,As
OW THE SUMME
Pas. Trdfacr. 04
W ASMI OOCM Z3. C. W A
NOR TH tJINI
A passenger service ui
and comfort,equipped wil
Dining, Sleeping and Th
For rates, schedule, m
tion, write t
J. AIOFFETT, M. n., ST. LuUje.
,Tirush. Remove Snd Prefl-ud
iSAT UPON '1 0 GCHD filN
nd the West
antic R. R.
I-West and West.
Superior Service and
:es, schedules, maps,
call on or address
SEAST -- WEST.
tibuled Limited Trains
d NEW YORK.
G CAR SERVICE.
te to all Eastern Cities
/ashington, or via
3, Louisville, St.
V Orleans, and All
dl points in Florida
EST LINE BETWEEN
rates, schedules, Pull
to any agent of The Sea
J. J. Puller, Traveling
FOR ALL THE B1iTt
Summer R.esort Fold,- f
ree to Any Addrer.
lH ARCEof .4. E
nexcelled for luxury
hi the latest Pullmana
oroughfare Cars. 'U
aps or any informa. TI'
Wilmington, N. C. nc
1. (. BEAN TIt Recefver.
Isetw(un A rIlerson and Walhalla.
NO9. No. 12 ktations. No. 1 No. P
1 M. 55 i-M. A-M
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24 9 3.. .Anderson F. D ......... 340 11 g;
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'- 2 9 ........Wost A ndersoz.'.'.'.:.. 84 10
-..............D enver--........... 8 59
.. 02 .............Autunl --............ 4 05
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..... 847 .....1 .
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8 .... ...... Adam, 421
8----.Jo danIa Ju. ':.. 48
..... 82-) U 6 2:;
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--- .West Union ......... 6 04 -----
- - - --... ...... W itlhalla ....... b 9 ....
All regua tarimijiafro I . 0
have ro * i n to Waihala
11voving In the a er trains of a Imo clasa
orwi eo t it rodell unless otil
Will ~ i, Y trall,~ order (B t
take on and o following stations to
Jaesan Snd a Haenlgers: P2bvney,s
J111110 and sall(8rlages. y
.. . 'i AL' It), Superintendent
Oharleston aud Wester Carolina RyOg
Augusta and Ashevllo Short Line
(Sohedulo in elroot August 1, 1908.)
(toad Down )
-- (Rlead Up 1
12 46 pm ........Lv Newberry. Ar 3.0 pi
1.50 Pin-. .Ar Laurens ... Lv %U30: Pda
2.0Pat ... ,lAurens... Ar 1.80 p
8.301)'....'Ar Spartan burg..... Lv 12 01 pm
-ut .---- Lv Spartanbr~ Ar 10.25 a
5.32 Pinl...Ar Saluda ........... Lv 3.389 AID
11 at..........Ar Iendeeonyil'e Lv 8.05 aa
- ........ r itnth ville........ .. L v 7.00 ain
- p .v NLabrry (0.N.a L.) 3 1o
1.65 P..... Ar Laurens'.'"'.........Ly 2.02 pm
2. .Pmu.... v Lauren .........Ar 1.46 wn
2. 2 P ...... Ar AUg -ro - e . Lv 12.44 pin
5.201 In.Ar Augus.........LV 10.10 'm
2 35 pnll...... Lv Augis ...~a ..
26 p:..... A..Ar 12.20 am
6.1 05 ...... Ar Inufor t. ..... Lv 7.15 ali
. . ....... L 7.05 a
52 01 p. -- erry (oaN.&L)Ar 8.10 pn
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2 (19 P11. ..liv Illl*"q. .............A T 1.36 pin
i. n 5 ......Ar Oroonv1ie. 12.1 pjj
For furthbir: infoliadton relative t r
utc., c'lt 0o.,. or Adde-Oss
(410,0. ' i.i V -%N Weoil Ag 'Grenville, 8 C
T. bt. - i Traffl MannaiRer.
(MaNtern Standard Tin e.)
S o l it .11b o t id . 0
Rishiltile In Effoct Siuday, 'jun 1280j, 190.
8 40an Lv Alitn (H.A.i.) Ar. 8 60 pin
10 50It)sall At hensa 6 19 parn
tl 55 sn Vlhrton 5 17 pi
12 ;' pIn Abbeville 4 05 pn
1 22 pIm Oreenwood 3 35 in
2 I6p:. kA r Cliiton (Iin'r) LV. 2 46 pmn
1 m 0 1111 Lv 0lotm Springs Ar 4 00 pni
12 26 Pmi iartanburg 3 30 pin
12 2 i,in Groonvillo 3 28 pm
I 121,a11 Waterloo 2 35 pm
1 L4.v it -%r .atirots (MIn'r) Lv 2 (7 pi
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728 710 2(0 Parks 142 881 660
8 45 7y: 2 22 Alitoll.. 1341 830 5 5
it 1-5 7150' 334 Oioldville 117 3 00 4 45
73 800 241 KinArd 110 745 480
9. 8 09 2.49 Oary 105 735 440
9150 8518 264 Jalapa 100o 726 405
l11t t) P40 310 ewbarr) 1246 795 346
12 3 9102 324 Promperity 1232 941 805
12 Vx 91-S 3.;4 slighe 1223 6263 260
1 10 93 Js 39 FL. Mountain 1219 620 240
151 840 3b Chapin 1209 605 220
15 960 .357 111ton 1202 666 2t1
(5 5 4 01 \V lito W"'.. 1169 60 200
2261 001 4 0 HnIlountine 1154 564; 160
2 5 12 417 Irmo 1146 624 132
:3 Ch5 It; 6( 4 24 .1,tophart.. 15 40 6 9 1 19
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6 2( Nuntor 9 8(
920 AriChrristo. Lv 7 00
Trnt f. l151(1t62 arrIvo n'd disparttrom~
Wet n2 s i ~ tomn A.- C. I.. freight, d epot,
iFor~ States, Ti Tables, (or fuirtber informai
lon call Iona any Agsit. or~ write to
W. F'. L1H '1L sT, . M. 1EERSON.
Soum t. AE. en'1 1"rt. & Pass Agt.
--Ii~hn W. . mIinUton. N *5
CURED TO STAY CURED BY
AWHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Any womnl can cure her husband,
on or brother, or any one of liq1uor
rmnking, b~y secretly placing W ite
tibbon remedy in his coffee, tea or food
nithout his knowledge. It is entirely
dorless or tasteless. Anly good and
mithful woman can wipe out tis fear
uLI Drimk evil and Permanently stop)
bIe.cravimg for liquor. By .degrees tihe
atient gets a distaste for intoxicants,
nd fmnally leaves oil' alto ether. It is
'ondeirful. Many a har drink er has
ilus been ireclaimed and restoredl to his
miily andl friends. White Ribbon
-emecdy is easily given by following
'le simp)le dlirectlons.
The only dIrink cure endlorsted and
>il by members of a Woman's Christ
mn Temperance Union.
So1(1 in every drug store, 50c andl $1.
rial p)ackage free by writing or call
g on Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for ear
3cretary of a Woman's Christian 'erm
erance Unmon), 218 Tremnont St., Bos
mn, Mass. Special agenlts inl
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