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E. H. .ULL, EDITOR.
Entered at the l'ostorice at Ne berry. S. C.. as scond class matter TUESDAY. MAY 30, 1905 Members Press Association. I have accepted the iix-taticion the proprieor' oi Keniiworth Asheville. N.. for the S uth Ca lina Press associatin t meZ Asheville en JTly - with the \ ginia and Nrth r a Pre a ZZzin R:;- '-1.;0 I)C" me aut o--' 'ndZi 1 a 1x' at f -li ti matte of :an-prtation will beg to dc; SO. 50. 1 E.''1LeAu. presidem' Twelve Pages. The He1ra7cd a.nd N"ews today p set :- es taxtwelve pag-, pal: It has tl-Ken Conisiderable ,-xtra w< to do tiS bu: with the anount advertLising we had it was necesS; in order to furnish the reading m ter that our subscribers are entit to havc. and The Herald and Ne will furnish the news. That is wv it is here for. We give in this pa E. 1. gu.: thirty columns o: new-,s and ': wholesome reading matter. As mit as we gve ordinarlyv. And in Mo7e. The poerial Qand Nes tdais teresting Over had iIa. A bo many candidatre are grooming governor as wc have over here. seems that -he poltiians who w; to be governor have an idea tha: issue with which to win is to fii the corporations: and especially railroads. Clark Howell. editor of the Atla: Constitution, will be the next gov nor of Georgia and he ought,to be many can didate fr govenorn thedispensary platfor ihee. seemspan-Messs pitAns who w tobet--orhave anessda chag theart"rporatvor ofaprohibition,y Clrbothl eio of theegnlmnae rec< Cnituta inglb atte politician Kitree cand. frgvro the isearyatfomi the "attoitii bsoert-heofnsudg a "change heart" in fepavor wof prohibtinge btheo teis e leady are we bn ied abng yas.Tute nameican proinsrenen end.orth Surelns youedolmost ean n tn the ieer ption thasue statetici itoe ahc nuberfgoo ae cha heart tpokeneop a pac robiabl can th beoveror ave t lready li tideni to beingterae Only~ thre wax of the pestt; boffiials ne ynearstnd ae nato1 pfr a third m te nd ne fo th will be ar aourt e.Go. Heywf wil ot veystndfor rton thatt i quitehmerrofillo mLeuennt-Gver Sboan. soenrtr of atrbe ar Atoeys eea.Gne ilo Somefo f heelectio n er oI wee to be gvemresor ha aed Tre formal annoutamnt ofer Fr< tilnlt be in the race.t uce h nly t\reeo Jening foresen st :er ocas, twe understand, atr te f c. thrd temandn of th set cadtswill not stnhorretion run wethe entriie loe hnt-GtherI Att~oney Gneral Gunerw notth fetiornee. in ihr. I e Toee h e issuessior thStae Tre reJeningso.rnomtollk aboute wihe caminithewrllcintolsucceedathe be aitrestin Cone.site \ mntionedh. ytbe etoe a .romb o,pmnet of Senator Ti Dickert's History. ., In. -- a lr we wul . Iwi' h ek or 1h: rrr e he ha- un d . cs it i ir desire ti have' eC he *k h r r ect ai..n ie :batl Re E..1 G, .\vn"ar L wa calan It rcc :7 Ct-. e w '1110 v1W On theC 'iame page 1t isH KtteL:X pa,vt T2 ch le Ica:e ig \ nt a of iIe ch.Pn to comman heSet a,. w::e:1 1 thr, w:re C apbe fcr orC ret :r e Seventh. I General 0S t.V hen thme page itiwa c tha n *ct' cnus.ion iMfct ft ita~~~~~~~~ Onpgv6 .A awl snm at- ureon of the Senti on- On pae 108.l W.P.aCna i s 1,sa- ' tst named as ant ner oefCompany F. 0- of C.i S nA( the Seondregi ent hld of h n. uCivor. " e V evaic fd O n g 11inzthe Seventh. In General It M.ar!v1; narrative of the Valley cam en paign if sta he speaks in compli th: n.e n ta rv terms of E. j. G oga n nht standin firm at the head of the 7th the C. V. when the line was thrown in tfo confusion. nta On page 167 . A. Maxwell is nam er- ed as surgeon of the Second regiment It should be J. *C." MaxwelL He was once senator from this county. on The pgeiT W dinary st amedrasg: an ofie ofs Copny F. t- cafe theen areimcent.t nsmorld oe names been be eCure toa cal:eel" n- tOn pagvoe ill goi gans the t di mentsa."N C.s Whit is edinot n.mntemnds whe thpople, that ev'Thee mistsomehgwould be t co e tne isenr and iony of those butho of eris ae agatins t it themOnow.o rd If tnhre havo e n lecftion tis ideth is ac ag ie t av twhni sse the : questionpreetitouit al passion and atv air no (isquare. I 1eht!adeforta azagnst thelpe sy n-1 se a s thisrenamy i cnc umered. rY as calng eue toi all te em d c onte vo mileg anganctte dire open8 art Jusc whyrit ipartsdo no t petern inmd toha u t ia nevetes rolde ais tatrecta tronieet ther aisct sayseBrans Wongd withrthe d less there his mitore an elon tehis1 n d as ii s .dtmoo hav.Te imhit o - oing '..the;tei cordere wner want,y rslisat acosin nte ofaiotpr dent.r MILITIA DISBANDED. A the Cavalry Goes and Inefficient Infantry Wiped Out. he S:', 1 elw 2.O (,icers and Ai~ of te calvay goes except that ;x Co ;m:ms are rctainied as reserve .me inflnamxry [-r coast defense he given unirs. car hins um wil.l get half ' th..ual pa. 1n addit:on :o -ix calvary troops I i len ilifalrv comlpani'e.s are dI sbanL14k This acti in is b)asedl on : i1-pet ion rep r, .f Col. Patrick. inwrlle:TropK.,Sampit: Trn-o;. The infa ryr companiev dsanded T ..'. * .~. ::e Com.ipanyv R' Greenwood: Lime 'tone Guards. Gaffner: T11ins G'r' MIullins: -iorgan Rifles. Clif t: Comna1t .. Fort \Iotle: CoM pany E Charleston: Company L. St. Rephens:IS1 Copm .BsopvilIle: :'pt:. iB. (c2ared) Beaufort. Nonr are retained. SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS. Items of More of Lees Interest Con densed Outside the State. --iwy h neatr imnure. \ daage sutit o- Sio.ooo has been ntcred 1gains: the Palmetto cotton mi*it hy a hov who was hurt in the m wcinery some months ago. The auirens cotton miils are not te r-1nl. Oles Which have declared emancipation from the New York brokrs. There are five mills in Marl boro the total out put of which is five million dollars a year and the com pany which 'owns them sells all the products directly to trade. Union county is talking of celebrat ing the 150th anniversary of its settle ment. The Confederate veterans of Spar tanburg are making serious com plaints against the injustice practiced by those drawing pensions. The contract for the Georgetown Infirmary has been let and the build ing will be built right away.t The young men of Union have formed a Christian order.r Marion has let the contract for a system of sewerage. It is rumored that a new $5oo,ooo S cotton mill is t'o be built at Union. Movements to hold elections to vote ou: the dispensary have beens started in York and OconeeC counties. A warrama has- been sworn out at R ck Hill for Daykini Mobley, w.h' i ch (-le with 'shootng at W. T. IH-.-k1ins and' other>. with intent to Tn l Ilenderson. a negro wiie mu.rde rer in Sumter. who was sen- I: tenced to hang on June 2. has taken jC an appeal to the stapreme court. which acts as a stav of his sentence. John WVyatt, wh'o has been running the Windsor Hotel at Greenville, has it given it up -md will go to Henderson- 'J1 vills, N. C., to take charge of his bus- s< iness interests in that city. ,C Dr. G. L. Martin has been appoint- o: ed smallpox expert for Greenville B county and will vaccinate everybody t< 'outside the incorporate towns wherev- a< er the necessity arises. f WV. C. Jutte. a wealthy Pittsburger, I committed suicide by shootoing him: self through the heart at Atlantic Citv. CHARLESTON & WESTERN: CAROLINA RAILWAY - SPECIAL EXCRUSION C to the i COAST, - STVTNNAH, GA. June 8-9, 1905-. ROUND TRIP RATE FROM LAURENS ONLY $2.75. Correspondingly low rates from intermediate stations. *I Train leaves Laurens 9.30 a. mn., Tune 8th. Returnig leave Savannah 8.oo0p m., Juneith. ..-i ..; .. ... QICK SCHEDULE. FIRST CLASS SERVICE. VV/e Are FOR With a ine as cornpl, shov All the new fabrics ar Cot-on and Mohair ir in C' I-s and co; complete line -f Shirt berry. The Pin Dot in our Mohairs are cl Have you se: the with their art :tic co, have a treat .n store The new Laces thread laces, Point de tal Laces, Vai Laces, mings. Our Domestic depar Millinery is beautif Come to see us. M honorable treatmen g2ods scheap as th where, and a fine sic Yours trul &4 0 low Much Cc If every man had to < trning power there wc nthe w orid. It is the es at mak es men wealthy ay be limited but you vings if placed in this r cent. compound int4 fe. T HE COMME: of Newbei JNO. M. KINARI O. B. MAYER,. Z. F. WRIGHT, 1905 LLEGE OF CHARLESTON Charleston, S. C. ntrance examinations will be held he county court house on Friday, rl 7, at 9 a. mn. One free tuition hlarship to each county of South olina awarded by the county supt. ducation and the judge of probate. rd and furnished room at Dormi , $10 a month. AlH candidates for ission are permitted. to compete rvacant Boyce Scholarships which y$1oo a year. For further informa nand catalogue, address Harrison Randolph, President. Drawing Jury. \Utice is hereby given that we. the ~Commissioners for' Newberry myXS C.. will on the 9th day oi -. Io. at 9 o'clock a. mn., in the I' a: ihe C>erk of Cour, . penly 1 1hlniclyv draw. thirty-six jurors erve as petit jiurymen for the ri of General Sessions for New ry C.un ty. S. C., beginning on 26th dlay of June, 1905, and con ng for one week. I Jno. L. Epps, Wmn. W. Cromer, I n c6rmizssioners Ready 'OUR etae e have Evr vn. e hre in Silk,Wooc, -2great variety, th ~rins. The roost Waist Silk s in New and Pastel Shades ,iarming. new Silk Organdies orings? If not, we or you. are here. Round Pars, Laces, Orien beautiful for trim tment is very strong ul this opening. /e promise fair and t, polite attention, ey can be had else ck to select from. ower Co. in You Earn? 4epend upon his own uld be no millionaires rning power of money . Your earning abilit9 can SAVE, and your bank will earn you 4 est and be absolu!tely RCIAL BANK rryh S. C. ), President. ice-President. Iiashier. DAYLI@T SPECIAL E XC U RSI ONI LAND OF THE SKY! N ew berry to Asheville. Thursday, June 1. Via Greenwood and Greenville. Round Trip $2.75 Our trip being by "DAYLIGHT" af ~ors the excursionist the views of a ~od lanu. a jand of brooks, of water, >f fouutains and d'.pthz that spring out >f the valleys anid hills along the Rail ay on the way to Asheville. The train will leave Newberry at 8.00 i m. Returning leave Asheville Fri lay afternoon, June 2nd, at 5.30 >'clock p mn. &Connections made with Abbeville ;rains at Hodges, going and coming. Special Coaches for Colored People. The management guarantee best of rder. The train will be well chape oned, so you can send your daughter f it is impossible for you to go. For urther informstion see one of our Lgents or apply to MAHON & MARCH BANKS. T. H. Mahon & J. D. Marchbanks, anagers. G. H. Hair, agent for the white pe~o le in Newberry. Jos. B. Williams irlli have charge of the ref;reshment car ad'will-aet ias Agent fpr colpred.pm~ple. ~. -Newherry. -