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B'SINESS SITUATION BRIGTER.
Dun & . Weeky Review Shows Much L.css of 3idsunuucr Dullnss Than UsuAl. New York,. .l1ly 26th.---. 0. Din A: Co's. Weekly Review of Trade vesterdy said: The tenor of dis ptlies from netrly overv Letimi of the country iudiates tlil there is less thin the miistmmry m induer dalltess in b and cllect:ioS1s are mcre prompt thin unsu A large pr,\port,on o f the uninis hare sgned a working a greeont wi*th t he en:pl er : the tbu A.de.4 :rade tagainst h x.~ ~ tanada comparee b Rl RA f E W AY Gei . AKlii loltliri 7O '111 V ' The State she vtntn. (reelnville. dll,v 2.- et of th in ost lillortat eastes nred att t1h ternti of te 'ourft of coiluinoit phO w as t hat of A. 11. I )agniall vs. Sout era'l liniIwaty, lit Sept 4niber, ) i% ) l*:aslIey fr Honeca buit for some44 r' Soil tll Ittehie *t was n ot uised on Ult day of i M pif eh ase. (n hihe '.%8I ait A pril Al r, I )iagIt4'l Wasa frt)il ll t4y Ii0 544lleen, an<i' I pi 11it'it oif his fatro tte1441re4 :b tIe I tta ttd ''it~tlV' boon urchae I sthiu iutilIt jriollH4.tly. T[he o,1oi00g' rtefnsuH d to a t(ccet it, say n d 'htit wias out of dtlito. Alr. Dhwa,. ra fuised to pa hi) iis fiaro FInA.e 0 tolI that he woul havtV .va a thet car and1( on to the om'.4 n, would go ito furt her onL'. -o. ducwtor took hiin bty the >.,.-, helpedio( hiini ol'f thecar. '.: .r i is at pract icing lawyer 'i '1. ..m-4 aind is at sont of thet l(4,v. I. K: niul, of Fountain I nn. AlIr. iDagniall b rought ... -up thet rail way co(inipanly for %% for ho> ing forecibIly ejectd f'IIrorn 1 I r ain. Sorn ini' a144igo the supreue (con of South Catrolinai d4ecided0 that riytic)'Iik4t wats good uintil it w,' IiH14( I, rfigart (iS of t ii daFt of jpi cSt hs. Theg ce4 ii an inlt.er4iti waitedi withI inzt'irest. The, jury - turnred it v4rdit of $1,'20() in~ favor< the4 plintiff, and4( the e4fOnt(latt counsei4(l eteredi it iootion for a rio trial, wichl wvill be argued nor, week. TVhe State liard of Eduication1 rui in Columina last week iandu elected & D). M'%cCin supe1rinitenden(t)l, of OCducI THE FARMERS' ALLIANCE. J. Q. Marshall Appointed Receiver to Take Charge in 10 Days Unless Large ROnd is Furnished. The State, 25th, Judge Gary has issued an order in the case of the receivership of the Farmers' Alliance exchange making Col. J. Q. Marshall the receiver for the organization. The case, as will be remembered, was brought I I. E Brookshire on behalf of imiself and others. The order first relates that com plaint having been madt, to Jndge Gary on March 7th, last, and in re sp.nse to the complaint haviig been :ed. that he ordered the master of 1iih!&td couuty to take teotiinV regirding the cast. After hearit I Le Oonsel 0: both sides he dtokkid -,s: he money of the exchhnge h. boot. usd fo-r other purp. sos *!e purpose of pure0 s-: . -A . N .v r r- . t T:. b e r t the S-! - . pre i ent; . i'. l-'li ., vi . pr : * .-t, ana -. . . - . s it -o r ata~t traurr ....A ...A-NV. Struc tn tier.f-ead. ( I nll. .CLuly I 21.iIA :veryl sad Mrs ibnry NI. Shuate Thof hiity[um~ w ui matan kina. Mr. anid rs 'Shuniawte have been in the ihabit of tain a <rive latt. in the afte'rnooni tO 1Is1Il ihey wont ont ) sterta all ha (:.'Ibir Leta ruaal. On): their re t urn homea betweenOh 8 iand I )o'iuh>ek, when t: hey~ woro s niut ly d rivinug lonug wvit hi luhe ruims hanging, h>ol ove'r hoI ,IihIhhoar<, Mr rs. Shuroiato toluhed h* horsea wj,vithi t he wiip.. Thea. hand . mmoa: mt ai very siritad anaitnIa staurtu.d ti lkakiog, andl after goilag at -hort tanc tihbuiggy was overt utrunu, he amoga~ bha Ih Mr. ala l irs. Slhuroaatu Mr. Shaimrat.e fallin lg ririalar t ha i le luau<l irs. Shut lmate binl baro wn rs'v'ral y ard i- away , tr i kinga heir haral on thla grom i. Ai r. Sihu mat a was ra'ndleradil!nconsijeuis fi to~ imlflaOf th hao ar-a w./a- 1kakmg ii Mr Sharu a i .l- for h if - Iiu rujia:vd ol , a n,r. li h. thena begjiuan to; I',k fur haar, biat iioald naot h iadl haer 'ir aaa.ra -if tha' ulhirkau..a. Gin g to' lae housea.' of Mr. il nff, wh Io live V ne iar whaeri, Ih lacientoca r ,rad, hie secura.d a1 ltatuera land baegan ths seairch arafw. Th'ie body of .\Jrs. Mhurmate waus faun rd haout 'A) y ards f rom wiha.rei t"he uggy wA asa over tuiirnedsi. lIfr tak tll hat been csar runahed at int thet acieni((t and ahte hadl tIhed irn I. atauntly. Tit'he ody was baroughlt to the city in a few hours after theai an. ). cident11. NM r* and Mrs. Mihnatiau ituv residents of this city for a number of years and are well known all over this and adjoining counties. Her im ide(i namne was Simpson, and she %%as t wice married. Her aged mother i lives iear Simpsouville, where she bas numerous relatives. She leares a husband and one daughter, M rs. 1 Joseph Pool of this city. THE FATE OF CUDAD ROLIVAR. After the Battle it Appe.ared to Have Been Swept by a Cyclonc and a Con flagration Combined. A special from Soledad, Ventw.nola, tells of the capture of Ciuiad Bolivar on last Wednesday .ight at 1 I o'clock oy government troops after tifty two bours of a desperate struggle and a horribe carnago. during which great courage was shown on 1kth sides. Cntinum 1pg. th special says: A: , o'clook Thursdav morning the co'rrespnde:i of the Associated Press s f:.' wed Gen llivs. the commander . t.e Gcverninent troops, who met VK. m'ue:. the Vene2nean oon i:r ef. 1ahr the capitol a d earmed the aniuncement that the e a& and al! !he rest of g _t~'~ Wetre :: the hands of the f, * '~:.n t: .)lbers (icn. ti ennh' ' heo:grespos:'.-nt tbt: the S t "be C.-pito: Lsai beenr Af sa ,F 1ke n Ltt\ yof a better c-suse, i Tet y r:i of rampart was overe S .. ai bthat C-eL Niccas S :~'< ~ and hli two ~etn ":t. ~zPabl &Eki Geu. Gu-"7sn. N. s4--:e.des can be esbtd 0AT:ecty apptears to bave L~-: s.'t- V %C\'-0Lne. RACE FEELING IN THE NAVY. We; .uur From Uni:ea States W.ir sZups hi-treat Ne gr -s in Bar Harbor. A -pe11. fr:n Bar Harbor. Me . - New Y rk Tei:ae. under date n- r'-so f-e whiC ex.sts in _Vy aa:&rt the colored meL Las L-:. er.p:.g , ut Lere sice the %-et i Lever Unite, States war ships hr r.vel. The white sailors have been making : Lt for tbe cAorel mPL, so that the negroes have kept ab-ard most ,f tLe time rather tLa r.k abuse on t he streets. On la-t Saturday nighit a nutmber of them camne ashore. At about rmid night a number of Jackies got ito the tent wb ich the Naval Brarnch of the Youing Men's Christian As-ocia tioni has erected on the town lot antd drove wut the negroes who had come there for a night's lodging. Two eolored men were knocked down on Main street by a crowd of 'Jackie-, and, after getting a few kicks arnd puniehes, scrambled to their feet and ran. On~e coloredl man was thrown over a feince into the street. lie then madeo his~ escape. Another found his way to thme p)olice station, where he wais locked up to keep him away from the angry sailors, who had been chats. iug him. Still another rushed into a drug store, wheae he wvas put into the cel lar to avoid the mob01, and re manined th(-re for some time, after which he wivasmiuggled out of a hack dhoor. Sinic Saturdlay nuight no (01. orel umen hiave comen ashore from the ship a ,~ufteor dark. Week lind itates. The Sout.hern Itailway annlounices the following Week End( Rtte, beginininyg Sat.urday, .June 6t.h, continumng to A ugust 29th, for nil Saturday trains, g('odI returning until Tfuesday following datte of saile; round trip tickets will be onI sale from Newbrery to Charleston, Sull i vans I sland, andt xali of Palms, a rate of $5.I16. (teginning .June 61.h, continuing to .-e;Jt.I'obler 12th, for all Saturdiay andl( Sundoay moornoing trains, good ret.urning lOavmi r<b-sti4nationu not later than TIues day folowinmg date of sale, round trip ie k * * wil bo ont sale from N(ewberry as folow.e Spartarbureg . . 21 Gr'eenvilb-- o 2 10 UnIiola - 1 85 Tfaylors (for Chick Springs) . .. 2 31 Asheville, N. C. 3 85 Hot1 Springs, N. C... .. .. .... 4(, A rden, N. C-..-.-.-..-.-.-... 3 85 I''letchers, N. C..-... -.. .... 85 I lendersonville, N. C.-.-.. ... 85 F'lat Rtock, N. C.-.-.--.-.-. . .. 8 SialudaI, N. C.-.-.--.-.--.-.... 3 8 T1ryon, N. C.-.-.-.-.-. .. . . ... 85 Hrovardl, N. C.-.-.--.-.-. ..4. 60 L,ake T1oxaway, N. C... .. ..... 30 For tickets and further information, apply .o 5. lI. MnT I.AN, Ag,. "CAds and 1stom RIuns. 'hicago lieord H er'ald owor ongino in the plant of th' 'ittsburg l itnetion ('ompINti at ,Ita sita, a subr- of 1ast St louI1. 'r s ral day s thV 1n ino had rot anU smfoot bl' , htan Enine 1.abin )n co'uld not locate the troubleo saisiOg *-t0am ,1 t an Innona r are had no appa-ent -tyv0t, And nall% tho INIg dr I V1v wh1l stopped (Nd. l ie'ewd tow atia mati ton sh-owt"d y tih oil on the ouigin ', had boon Ifshd to doath on t ho Orosshoads id along tiho piston rods until they rmd a gumMyN mass t hat 4o oam presoaro coli nt ov omOe. he factory now has screons. Pcial Sakc of Sumnmcr Ratc Tickcts to thc Mountains and Scm.ashorc. The ' Newberr- & l,aurens m i o Ihe Moulains and he ashoe and kv hor summor r s'. TCke. sol 0 ea Z ch Sa,.turday.11une hto A\:g2S: 23:. I . inclusive, as lo:om- Nwbrr. S. C.. to 2~~ 00 ~'. . ~ ~.. . 2 0 T xean' we~. 'K~:. c~is .doc ....... .. .a ru~*sia 0:10iwing Fo- ~.r: ~ :o-n~ . and scho,i . WV. Denning. Agent. Watches, Clocks, silver and Plate Ware, Cut Glass and Table Ware SUITABLE FOR Vedding and Birthday Presents Key winding Watches Changed to Stem Winders. Eduard Schultz, Jeweler and Optician. Warren White Sulpher Springs. '. t r;.. N :. . TTN. -I,1,.I . Var..tv o.f rr.:r.eral wa s E;evat ion .' :ee:. U' x- ''.il fro- *tation. Four d ng an e :gr.ort. ates, $25 :r rnor2. - : a. atsto arnilles. CHAR LESTON, S. C. 118b YEA1P BEGINS 5ELWIMBI:P 25. I t t':rs . .: '- r:.( E r' " .; eriny. One choarsip a.c' Co.unty of South airolin,a. Enra: t'tx~arni'nationr held t Newbei.'.rry by C '. Supe*rintendent f Ed.ucat.ion andi J 'dde of P'rob'tte onf u:y 10. TIuito rM Poard and( fur ishedi roomy .n Dormit-or:. $10 per nonith. Al cand' is '- for admission )re perra-itt(-d to ':ompe;'K for Boyle scholIarship, which pa' $10X a year. '0or cattalogue, addr'. ' I IARR(fISON RAND.IOLPH,I Peide nt. MUST BE IN EVERY HOME IN NEWBER RY I.hei following hdruggists requests the ioiders of MU IIN A coupJonsH to b)rinig hemou mi at. once11 anscuro absHoluto y free, the regular size. bottle~ of th e 3 reat Prepatrat ion, MIURUNA. WV I NIE L'or sale only by3 (Gildeur & Weel A. gents. Small Savings. ar the' Stepping $.1. a( rionth de 1posited( ir%our W ill in 1' years; arnIoun It t o $ !'1 00) $5.00 will in 10 years arnfounut to - . .- - $ 7:10 (0 $10.00 will in li0 years~ amIfounft to - '$14160 (00 We want your buiIness. I lave amle facilities to tomers.l The Commercial Bank of Newherry,v. C.i Mrs. Laurft S. Webb, Vtet-Prextdonl Wominv's n14talo OrAtic Vllbs otf Nortliretr Ohio. "I dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching. I noticed U inc of Cardui, and decided to try a bot. tie. I experienced some relief the first month, so I kept on takin it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take it off and on now until I have passed the climax." Female weakness, disordered menses, falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off. They follow a woman to the change of life. DO not wait but take Wine of lardui now and avoid the trou ble. W ie of Cardni never fails to benefnt a suifferiing wonmn of any a 'e. Winle of Cardui relieved Mrs. Vebb when she was in dan gtr. W hen you come to t he eiaige of life Mrs. Webb's letter will mieani more to you than it does no1w. But vou 1mav now avoid the snifferimz she endured. Druggists sell $1 bottles of Wine of Cardni. WINEOFCRDUI DARD RAILWAY. -- EAST -- WEST. stibuled Limited Trains nd NEW YORK. NG CAR SERVICE, ute to all Eastern Cities Nashington, or via -ers. To Atlanta, is, Louisville, St. w Orleans, and All west-To Savannah I all points in Florida TEST LINE BETWEEN ID SOUTH. i, rates, schedules, Pull y to any agent of The Sea J. 3. Puller, Traveling .,s. C. sst.(ienI. Pass. Agt., AH, GA. NE FOR BUSINESS, NE FOR PLEASURE, NE FOR ALL THE Bt ER RESORTf lete Summer Resort Foclder i Free to Any Address. S. Hi. HARIYwicx, w. H Can'i Pass. Agent. Assi. C.,P..G WAsINGTO~ON, U.Ce. ATrI./,iA A .. Si-I FA4 EoFf/IVL >SGUTH -Cuba. nexcelled for luxury th the latest Pullman oroughfare Cars. anps or any informa RAIG, Passenger Agent, Wilmineton, A. C' CONworPAfION, Risrs, 1tmr TORP1I) LwVll Sffit) ?A% M-L I166IM's KWURY SAVING BAR Of Newberry, S. C. Or'anismcct 18390. Capital - - $50,000 Surplus - - 19,500 Paid Stockholder,s since organization 21,000 Paid Depositors in Savings dopart. ment since or ganization - - $9,200 A man working by tho ., is paid for the timt h puts in a w%ork. but whon that man savos a dollar for his days labor it works for him nights, as well as days; nvor Iavs ktT o no. colnt of bad Wont hor and nvr gtts sick. but goes right on oarninlig him an incom0. its a nic0 thing to work for montY. but it's nieh nieor to have money working for you. 'ry it----opon a savings aee init With lis and get solui luono\ Working for vol Mak. a deposit in tho Savings d, partment t.)day and lot it bogin to work for yon. nt ortst 0om11puted it 41 ptr eout t1sim8nrN, I And Jilly I of oneh ytar. SEAB AIR - LINE NORTH -- SOUTH Two Daily Pullman Ve Between SOUTH a FIRST-CLASS DINI The Best Rates and Rc Via Richmond and Norfolk and Stean Nashville, Memp Louis. Chicago, Ne Points South ana South and Jacksonville anc and Cuba. Pe:: .=! T.. S NORTH Al )04YFor -tiledin:zrmatioi man reser ati-ns, etc., app board Air Line Railway or Passenger Agent, Colurnbis C. F. STEWART',A SA VA NN f ~NER ~THE L1 THlE LI ATES THE LI oN THlE U OUTHERN --Cm ILW M W. MAiun Pass. Traffic Mgr. WASH IMOTOM, D. C. N R TH JINI Florida A passenger ser vice ti and comfort,equippedI wi Dining, Sleeping and Til For rates, schiepule, rr tion, write to Genera BLUE RIDGE RAILW IV H. 0. BEA% TJY, Receiver. In Effoct June 8.1902. ietween Aunderson and Walhalia. HAIMDOUND. WEsTBUUI't, ARItIVE. LEAVM. Mixed. Mixed No. 9. No. 12 dtations. lqo. 11 No. 1'. M. A. M. P. M. A.M 310 9 6 ...............Belton............... 820 10 248 9 33........ Anderson F. D......... 840 11 2 45 930 ...... A hidurson P. D..... ... 846 11 ....... 9 25........W 0estAndorson....... 849 ......, -.-----. 909...............Denver............., 869 1102 ...............A utun............... 405 ........ ........ 855 ...........Pe ndleton ........... 411 ....... '.'--- 847 .............Cherry......,......,4 18 ... ."----- 8 44...............Adams............... 421 . 8 28 .....Jo. dania Junot...... 4 83. -------- 2>Ti...-........... oneca .............. 4 M ... ... --.. S 06-...... .W est Union ,........ 60 .... --....--. 800-........... W alhalla ............ 609 Al regalar tralihil frow Baon to Walba lIave pr-eedence over trains of same ela ,11 oicig iI y hi OtPosit diretton unless o tit wiH speuilded bY traiui order. Will also sto It the following stations titit 0n RI lt oi rDassengers: Phinney' iJtiion and Sanud 3, Sgrings. J. I. AN DL 1WU14, Superintendent CharIcston adi Westoril Caralind HWy C Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line (Seliedule in etroot March 1, 1908.) (Road Down.) (Read Up) 12.46 pin ......... Lv Newborry......... Ar 3.10 pm 1.601p11u .. ......Ar Laurens............. Lv 2.02 pm 2.07 pin ......... Lv Laurons.. .. .... Ar 1.80 pm 3.80 pml........Ar Spartai burg..... Lv 12 01 pm 3.4) pun.........Lv ipartanburg..... Ar 10.25 am 5.2 pi.........Ar Baluda.......... Lv 8. 89 am (.11 pin.........Ar klondersonvllke Lv 8.05 am 7.15 mli ......... Ar &.sheville........... Lv 7.00 am 12-46i ...... .Lv Newberry (C.N.&L .) 3 10 pm 1.1) pin..... Ar Laurie ..................Ly 2.02 pM 1.65 pin ..... Lv LaurAens.................Ar 1.45 10m 2. it pI......Ar Greenwood.............Lv 12.44 pi 5.20 1 iu ...... A r - Augusta.................Lv 10.10 am 2.35 pim..... L v Augusta .................Ar 11.55 am 6.30 p1m...... Ar Beaufort................Lv 7.50 am 6.6pin...::Ar Port Royal ...........6 7.40 an 12 46 pm......v Newberry (U N.&L)Ar 8.10 pm I M) lm..... Ar Laurons .........Lv 2.02 pm 2 09 pm Lav uhtirsn," ...........A? 1.85 pin 3.25 lm ...... Air Gronville........... Lv 12.15 pm For -urther information rolative to rates, et'.. enil oin, or adrtiss G E. T BRY N, Gon. Ag'. Greenvile 8 C E RN E -T W' I LLIA MS, Gon. Pass. Agi T. M. ' i -T Tralic Manager. (Eastern Stanlard Tinr o.) Southbotind. Northbound. Schtulu e an Effoct Sulday, June 128,h, 1908 STATIONS. 8 40 am Lv Atlanta (S.A.L) Ar. 8 60 pm 10 f5) a Athens 6 19 pm 11 65 ai Elberton 5 17 pm 12 .h pml Abbeville 4 05 pn 1 22 pm Greenwood 3 85 tm 2 pa Ar Clinton (Din'r) L. 2 45 pm (O.&w.o.) 10 00 arn Lv Glenn Bprings Ar 4 00 pm 12 15 piti Sparianburg 8 30 pm 12 2 pin Greenville 8 26 pm (Harris Springs) 1 12 )iI Waterloo 2 85 pm 1 4-.I i i i r La'rens (Dln'r) Lv 2 (7 pm St '22 53 52 * i1 ~ 1111y D'y Wly Ily D'y Dly ex X ox ex Sun .tlln Sun Sun ainl 11m4 pll pm pn aml 1") 7 01 202 Lv Laurens Ar 1 0 900 600 725 71) 209 Park. 142 851 560 845 7: 0 222 Clinton.. 130 830 525 .11.5 7 50 3 84 Goldville 1 17 3 00 4 46 7 3 8 M) 2 4 1 Kinard 110 746 480 94" S0U9 2 49 Gary 106 735 440 950 N 1 254 Jalapa 100 726 406 I N! 8 40 3 10 Newberry 1246 795 845 12 32 9 02 3 21 Prosperity 1282 9 41 3 06 12 4 9 Is 334 sliglhg 1223 628 2650 1 10 9 25 3 39 Lt Mountain 12 19 0 20 2 40 1 -l0 h -10 .3 61 Chapin 1209 005 250 155 9650 3 57 Hilton 1202 556 216 - ' 9 55 4 01 White Rock 1159 660 200 225 001 41(7 Ballentine 1164 641 150 2 65 It, :7 4 17 Irmo 1146 528 182 : (5 1016 4 24 Leaphart.. I1 40 6 9 1 19 3311 lo -l- 4 40 Columbia 1126 600 1 00 A. C. L. C olumbIa (Union Station) 445 1120 I 53 L.vCourr bia (A .o.L.)Ar 11 10 6 20 Surnte r 11 50 9 2( Ar Charleston Lv 71 00 T1r.uiim. s 11an< a2~ arrivo an depart from Train8 '22 tal 8 ifrom A. C. L.. freight depot. W8 esrrvals stre et For Rtatesl, Time) Tables, or further informa lionj call on anly Agent, or write to W. G. U11 L US, T. M. EMERSON, President. Trafic1 Manager. J. F. LIV INUMTON, ii. M. EMERSON, sot. Ait. tGen'i i"rt. & Pass Agt. Colmi' b'l.. 8. C. Wuingtoni. N. a. CU RSE CURLED BY WHITE RIBBON REMEDY No taste. No odor. Can be given in glass of water, tea, or coffee without patient's knowledge. White Ribbon Remedy will cure or detstroy.the dliseased appetite for alco holie stimutlal.Ls, whether the patient is a confirmedl inebriate, a "tippler,'' so cial drinker or drunkard. Impossible for anyone to have an appetite for alco holic liquors after using White Ribbon Remedy. Indiorsed by Members of W. C. T. U. 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