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BRYAN's WISHES IGNORED.
Endorsed in Illinois, But Sullivan not
Peoria, Il1, August 21.-By a vote
of 1,038 to 570 the Democratic Con
vention to-day placed upon the table
the request of William J. Bryan for
the resignation of Roger , Sullivan
from the national committee.- Despite
the fact that Mr. Bryan had de
clared that lie did not wish to be
endorsed unless Sullivant was repudi
ated, the Convention declared him to
be the one and only capable of lead
ing the Democratic party to victory
The endorsement of Bryan, and the
tabling of the motion calling foe the
resignation of Mr. Sullivan came at
the close of a most exciting session of
the Convention, in which there were
several fights and throughout which
confusion reigned supreme. The com
mittee oii resolutions declined to re
port a plank calling for the resigna
tion of Sullivan and the debate fol
lowed upon a Iotion in tihe Conven
tion by Judge Owen Thompson, of
Jacksonville, calling for Sullivan's
resignation. It, had beenl agreed that
each side should have tlorlyfive minu
tes in which to preseit its Side of the
Ccse and 'Juld"e Thomlpsonl wvas the(
first advocate of the cause of Mr
IIyanl. lie aroused the hostility ol
Sullivan's friends by tile nsparing
manner in which he dwelt upon th(
last Democratic Convention at Spring.
field. He strode up and .down th(
platform, his face white with wrath
and his form shaking with intensit3
of felling. His (austie criticism,
finally lost hi tl(he Par of the Con
vention anld lie might never have beer
able til coninlde h1 is speech. if Sulli.
vail hld n0t. prsonally requeste(
Sullivan. who folloWed ''1omnpso
and who was tle first speaker in hi.
own bwhilf, declared that the call
fM i. ryan had belen poisonc
agains hii and that. the demand fol
his resi-gnationl sprang" froml his per
(eat feeling was displayed or
hot sides durinlg tle debate and a
times personlalities of a disagrecabb
character were made ,by variowu
speakers. -The end came on a motio,
made by Ex-Congressman Kern, o
Beliville. that the re(Iest for the re
signation of1 SlIllivan he laid on th<
table. Feeling. 11urinig tle roll cal
on this propositionI ran very high.
POLITICS IN EDGEFIELD
A Baconian Description of the Count:
The Campaign meetings at Roper
and Rehoboth were perfunCtory an<
uneventful. We were preseit it Rop
ers; and as a social gathering, it wa
delightful--friends .Ad old acquai
tanc~es meeting and having a go
Lime. The b)arbecued meats, hashe
and sauces were the best we hay
seen or tasted in 20 years. The poli
tical feature of the occasion w~as sa<
andl melancholy. The Rev. Presto1
B. Lanham was chairman, and presid
ed well. We rather pitied him, fo
the chairman has to stick. Ev'erybod;
else can and1 does wvandler, but th
chairman has to stick like a porou
p)laster. Thet canididaites ought to lpa;
lie chairman big money. Mr. Nichi
6lson and Mr. Williams and Mr. Car
son spoke. Tn the main, they sai,
what they' had said before. Perhap
Mr.* Williams' disp)ensary warpa in
was a little redder and more lurid
Mr. Blocker and Suprevisor Self an<
Mr. Quarles spoke. School Comisiii
sioners Nicholson and Holland spok(
No audi(it ors or treasurers or commis
sioniers spokle. Mr i. D eVore was a
sent in cou rt, anil sent a fetcrhing am'
regrretfuil letter. Congressmen T.ools
and Iliare spoke. soaring up into hai'2b
est heav~en and dleseepdling into thIi
place oif dleparted spirits. T1hese ad
dresses, except Mr. Nicholson's, wvhiel
came first, were made to nine scrub
by pine trees and nine deaf old meni
The pines groaned. It was extremel;
funny. At. Rehoboth, there was quit
a crowd- and good hash again-ami
rreconc(ilalble mineral .water. Mr
Robert A. Cochrait presided, an
stuck heroically, inspired with a sensi
of manly diuty. And Counity Chacirmaam
Rainsford, both at Ropers and Relic
hothI, nailed himself to the cross ii
sublime sense of dluty. We call t'
mind, however, that omice, at Ropers
we caught.him hanging on the flank;
of the crowd, and flirting with tw<
pretty dropst.itch girls in a buggy
Their fluffy wvhite sleeves wer4 tight
ened around the elbows with liaby
blue bands and hows. We do no
blame the p)leasant cotmty chairmar
These meetings, as political meetings
are profoundly uninteresting. Ther
vet remains one to be ''pulled off"'
the one in our town on Thursday o
next week. And then, after cne mor
week; the great day of judgmduit, ae
eampanid by a na -heeand /as,
NEGRO AOLDIZA1S MOVED#
To Oklahoma. Go Troops Which Mad(
Trouble in Teubs.
Washiigton, August 21.-The no
gro Federal troops have been ordered
out of Texas. Instehd of going tc
Fort Ifinggold, which is about 10(
miles up the RIio Grande from Fort
Brown, the battalion of the 25th in.
fantry has been ordered to Fort Reno
Oklahoma. This action is in accord
ance with the direction of the Presi
dent, and also is irecomiended by
Gen. McCaskey, commanding the de
partnent of Texas. By direction ol
the President also, Gen. Franklit
Bell, chief of staff, will make f
thorough investigation of the whoh
Brownville affair and report to th<
Fort Brown is to be abandoned. Th(
company of the 26th infantry, whiel
was sent there to-day will not sta)
very long. Its duty is to pack up al
the movable Government property
which will be shipped to other posts
when tle troops %will be ord&cd away
As 11lhe langluage of the order wil
state, Fort Browii will be temlporarill
abandoned 11n1d left in charge of I
caretaker. which is the usual coursi
hen any lilitary.N. post is abandoned
but it is understood quite well tha
the temporary ahandonnient: will b,
The investigation now under wa;
will be continued by Major Blockson
and the war department authoritie
state that every effort will be madi
to find out the facts and fix the re
sponsibility for the (listurbance am
that any soldier found guilty will b
Columbia's Dispensary Profits.
A bstraets complied in the office o
the auditor show that for tle fisca
year. he'inniing July 1, 1905, and end
in . 1 e :0, 1906, tle city's actuia
i-receipts 4of cash pirofits from the dis
I penlsary am11ouinted to $71,184. Duinn
tile sameiv twelve monthlis tle eity;'s 1r
ceipts I'oi the Comliptioller GerIIIeal
office for the school fund were $3,
" Push. " said the Button.
"Take paihs," said the Window.
- "Never be led," said the ePneil.
3 " Alwys lep cool, " said the Ice.
' "Be up-to-date.'' said tle Calcr
691Do business on tick,'" said th
"Never lose your head," said ti
."aiflke light (f everything," sai
"Do a driving busness," siad Ii
_ "Aspire to greater things," sai
. the Nutmeg.
_ "Never do anything off hand,
isaid the Glove.
"'1e sharp in all your' dealings,
said( the Knife.
"Trnust to your stars for success,
saqid the Night.
"DI o thle work you aire suited for',
said1 the Flue.
roct a good pull with the ring,
saidl the D)oorbiell.
"Find1( a goodl thing and( stick I
it, s%aid the Glue.
"Make much of small things," sai
th le Microscope.
"WhVlat is the secr'et of success?
as'ked thle Sphinix.
'Strive to make a good impre:
sion," said1 the Seal.
- We will give a first-class biarbiecu
at HLalfaere 's mill, five miles fr'oi
- Newberry, on the 7th of .Septembe.
I lCverybodIy is InivitedI toI come an1
- enioy' thle day~ mad (at ai goIod dhinnei
T.' T~h. Ruff.
.. The Confeder'ate veterans are re
.quested to moot in the different town
Sships Saturday, August 25, to elc
a township repr)esenltative whose dat.
I will be to elect a pension board I'o
Towniship No. 2, Mt. Bethel, 3 p. a
.. Township No.; 3, Mt. Pleasant, 3 1
,Township No. 4, WVhiitmire, 3 p. n
,Township No. 5, Jalapa, 3 p. a
'lTownsh~ip No. 6, Longshor, 3i p. nl
Township No. 7, Chiappells, 3 p. a
.Township No. 8, Ujtopia, 3 p. m.
Towvnship No. 9, Prosperity, 3 p. n
- Township No. 10; Jolly Street,, 31i
. Township No. 11, Pomaria, 3 p. n
These representativos so elected ii
a meet in the auditor's office, Monda:
.. September 3, at 11 o'clock a. Jn.t
r elect a persion boaird andl( peni
commissioner for the year 1907.
..- W. GI. Peterson,
. Chairman County Pension Beard.
"THE WISEST ]
Another Endorsement for Pac
ment of Poli
The following letter. speak
Wiley Wells, now of Santa Moni
nent and favorably known ls
sound advice to insure NOW is
ful consideration of all who read
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INS
Los Angeles, Cal.
I am in receipt of your letter
sand and twenty-five dollars (I
declared upon my twenty paym(
matured a few days ago. You
upon your prompt and very sati:
I fully appreciate the varied lit
First.-Total cash surrender vs
(Being $647 more than pa
years of insurance free, whicl
would have cost $2589.)
Second.--Insurance Fully Pa
dividend of $2025.
(Being 45 per cent. of the tot
Third.-Insurance Fully Paid fc
Fourth.-Cash aunual income
per cent. of premiums paid 1
free, valued at $2589.)
For a number of years my ex
companies was very unsatisfa<
luctance and much misgiving
I tive to persuade me to apply
Mutual, I am convinced now, hc
vestment I could have made at t
years ago, I believe to be just as
r upon actual experience, espe
NOW. You have kept faith N
manner and your honest adr
With a feeling of satisfactio
with wishes for continued pro
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timely and worthy of the care
lonica, Cal., June 19, 1906.
containing check for two thou
;2025,) in payment of dividend
mnt life policy No. 14519 which,
are indeed to be congratulated
)eral options offered me as fol
Lue (Reserve $3125, Dividend
.d in premfums, besides twenty
i upon a non-participating basis
d for Life $5,000 and a cash
al premiums paid.)
ir Life $7940.
for life $610. 15. Being 13.5
>esides twenty years insurance
perience with certain insurancr
:tory. It was therefore with re
that I allowed your representa
for insurance in the Pacific
wever, that it was the wisest in
iat time. What was true twenty
true today. My advice, based
:ially to young men, is, insure
vith your patrons in a generous
rinistration of a sacred trust is
n and gratitude I beg to remain
sperity for the grand old Pacific
IS, General Agt.
Newberry, S. C.
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