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PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WAN NSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1902.
THIS IS GA'
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Wa~ lampton's Farewell to
Soldiers From 1ils Piazza Last ia,
My Comrades: I have iude
as Maj. Hart has said, hes
that Rebel yell often before a
whep I heaid it from my a
men, from the men whom I h
the honor to command, I kn,
that we were safe. I think it
ofnel of the British sa
"The kites know ell
The-long leagne's swell
That bids the Romans clos
I might paraphrase this
The Yanks knew well
The Rebel veil
That bale the Johunies clo
My old heroes, I hope it neN
will be forgotten. I hope it a
be transmitted to your childi
and to your childien's childrei
if not for them to u-e to tell h
it used to ring from the fore
of virinia, how it rang fr
Gettfibug-t:! tho west, and h
it always told of men who w
willing to die for their southla
to die- for truth, for honor,
manhood, for chivalry and Ic
great truth. I want you to
and teach to your childien
to y our children's children t
ours was not a lost cause. I w
iou to tell them that we w
fighting for the right. Geo
Washington was a rebel, but ]
was not. Wheni Gieat B3rit
recognized the independence
this country she did not ree
nize the independence of
United States, b.ut of each s
ereign Stte as indlepenldent,
sovereign. There were 13 in
pendent aind sovereign Stai
'Thev founded this union anet t
had'the right to withdraw fi
it whenever they chose so to
We were not suecessful-it is
*given to mortals to commz
success. .Yos have done mor
*you have deserved it.
And now in your (lechil
years and when miue have
ided long beyond the per
allotted to man, you, my
comrades, whom I loved, whoi
trusted and with whom I fell
safe as I do now, I want to
to iou all that all the love :
hare given me has been m
than recip)rocaLted; that all the
*have ev3r been ab!e to do for y
for any one of you, or for So
Carolina', has be en more than
paid by the honors you have
solicited conferred upon me a
by this the. crownieg honor
mylife. I may not see;
agai. I remember a story ol
the abbot and said: "Fat
abbot, an old man whose heai
broken by the storms ci stat
* That is all I shall ask of Eo
isand and ore good reasons why
ty paper at all times, the fact that
s it all important that you should
iext few months. THE NEWS
its readers fully posted as to what
world in and our of the county.
and in order to give it the widest
e decided to make such a
for any one not taking advantage
NEWS AND HERALD for six
ECEMBER i to new subscribers.
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ken under this proposition will be discon
lis where my kindred for six genera
Y. tions are resting. And I am
proud to say that one or more of
ed each generation, since they were
6rd known in South Carolina, has
nd filled a bloody grave for South
wn Carolina. (Applause.) I claim
ad no credit for that. Every South
dw Carolinian whci was true was
wUm . 8 and hi
that I ivas willing rto do so. I
think I can say t.o to you, my
B." men, that I neve-rturned my back
by upon any of yoi when your faces
were turnei toward the enemy.
The greatest honor that I felt
during the war "as once when I
se. came upon a poor private w%ho
er was dving! I stopped beside
-ill him and be said: "I am happy
'en to die fighting and I am proud to
die fighting under you."
Ow I pray God wi!l bless you and
sts will give you peace and pros
Om perity, give it to the old State,
ow give it to each one of you and
re that you will go home and tell
d, your kir.dred that you have seen
for ~your old cormrade and that he
r a thanks them through you.
'1( Dangerous if Neglected.
iat Burns, cuts and1 other wounds often
nfail to heal p)roperly if neglected and
mIbecome troublesome sores. D)eWitt's
are Witch HIazel Salve prevents such con
rge sequences. Even whecre delay has ag
eegravated the injury DeWitt's Witch
~e Hazel Salve effects a cure. "I had a
in running sore on my leg thirty years,"
of says H. C. Hfartly, Yankeetown, Ind.
. "After usin1g many remedies, I tried
hDeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A few
hboxes healed the sore." Cures all skin
->v- ilseases. Piles vield to it at once. Be
md w.are of counter~reits. McMaster Co.
eReduced Rates Seaboard Air Line
SLow excursion rates will be
do- given by the Seaboard Air Lire
iot Railway to the following points
ndfor the occasions named:
SAtlantic City, N. J.-American
.Funeral Benefit Association, May
ex- Bowling Green, Kv.-Woman 's
'od Board of Missions of the C. P.
od Church May 11-14.
fl I Chattano~oga, Tenn. -ColorEd
as National Emigration Association
sa May 28-June 1st.
ou Mlinneapolis, Minn.-Annual
ore Meeting Western Drawing Teach
t ers Association May 7-9.
ou, IMountain Lake~ Park, Md.
uth Y. M. C. A. Secretaries of North
re- America Biennial Conference,
in- June 11-15.
mid New Orleans, La --Western
of Gas Association, May 21-23.
!-ou New York, N. Y.-National
anAssociat ion of Stove Manufac
Sto turers of U. S., May 6-7.
to New York, N. Y.-General
her Assemblly of the Presbyteiian
t s Church of U. S. A., May 14 27.
3 1 Call oin nearest agent for in
nes formation as to rates, dates of
sale and schedules or addr-e.'s
uth J. J. Pulier, Travn. Pass. Agt.,
Dispensary School Fund.
The comptroller General iE
now at work apportioning the
first instalment of dispensar3
profits in some time that hav(
been paid for distribution to thf
school fund. The dispensary 8
short time ago paid over $25,
000 and under the law the firsi
thing is to make up the "de.
ficiency," so that each school in
the various counties shall rece'
at least $75 for tha year and
for at least three months..
amounts that are indicated
what is necessary for every sc
in the various counties to ge
least $75 for the year. It U
manifestly necessary that a school
should get at least $75, but it ii
equally as important that schooli
should not be multiplied simply
to get this $75, or that thi*
should be largely made up b3
The following are the amounti
that are necessary to give eacl
county $75 per school:
Abbeville.........$ 163 00
Aiken............ 490 72$
Bamberg....... . 156
Beaufort.... ..... 148
Berkeley......... 887 58
Charleston........ NQtbing .
Cherokre.......... 9 84
Chester... ... Nothing
Chesterfield. .. ,... 1;432 81
Clarendon . ... :. 1,834 "20
Col-ton....... .. 759 01'
Dorchester.... - 73 68
Edgefield.... .... 789 00
Florence...... .... 205 75
Greenville.... ... 240 00
/ Greenwood....... 6 60
Hampton......... 752 75
Horry........ ... 2,907 78
Kershaw... ..... 100 98
Lancaster...... .. 678 30
Lexington.... ../.. 306 20
Marion........... 729 50
Marlboro.... .... 188 04
Newberrv........ 116 44
Oconee.~.......... 752 44
Orangeburg....... 366 16
Pickens.......... 458 80
Saluda .......... 841 47
Spartanhurg...... 51 51
Sfnter.. .. 111 23
_it urg..... 1,890 50
7Y ......... - 135 31
Total:........ $1,753 25
After the deficiency fund is
distributed the remaining dis
pensarv fund received during the
present year will be divided pro
rata, based upon the number of
:hildren enrolled in the schools
f the various counties.
What Thin Folks Need
Is r greater power of digesting
and assimulating fod. For them
Dr. King's New Life Pills work
wonders. They tone and regn
ate the digestive orgarns, gently
expel all poisons from the sys
tem, enrich the blood, improve
ppetite, make healthy flesh.
Oily 250 at McMaster Co.
The Reason Was Evident.
The Youth's Companion tells
f a young man wha. failed to
pass an examiuation for a govera
ment position. H e had influefib,
in the way of a senator, who took
him to Secretary Long to see if
anything could be done to rerate
is grades and get him in. "It's
o use,', said secretary Long;
"that young mants has failed three
times. Look at L'is fingers; that
yellow stain indicates that lhe is
a cigarette smoker and as soch
would never do the work required
Wants Others to Know.
"I have used DeWitt's Lit tle Early
Risers for constipation and torpid liver
nd they are all right. I am glad to
indorse them for I think when we find
good thing we ought to let others
know it," writes Alfred Heinze, Quin
cy, Ill. They never gripe~ or distress.
Sure, safe pills. McMlaster Co.
The Plowman Plows On.
Meanwhile Mr. Appelt has a
postoffiae, which is a plenty for
him, and Senator Tiliman has a
senatorship, which is a plenty for
him. And the plough-boy plows
on, and is paying higher taxes
to-ay than he has in twenty
yta.i__ T,anrens Adveortier.
From Cotton to Cattle.
Poor crops, low-priced cotton
and the overflowing of bottom
lands are c::using many farmers
to turn their attention to cattle.
It is a wise conclusion they have
reached and they should wisely
make the.change. Such a change
is arevolution and it cannot be
accomplished in a day. The first
of i a ctrtain town in the
u ta _man was inquiring
fo two good milch cows.
Hi knew where there
w :young ones with first
c ut - they were so poor
t could hardly stand up.
T waer of. these heifers. was
no ready tQ go into the cattle
buiness. If one wishes to raise
fat cattle for beef he shguld secure
a ro ed bull of'one of the
e b " .He should then
keep only many .ale as he
csi feed through t e winter
and up t first of "May. The
choepest rbngh.:ge for cattle is
h made from. pea vines and
so um, unless one has a mea
ei set in.good grass that
no resredig. If one
(winter pasture it will re
t .twd tens of hay to
wo or three year old cow
siz nths. That hay will be
about -1, but. the uanure,
if roperly/ cared for, will be
eq,to a ton of the best com
ic-[eial fertilizer. If a farmer
diales to raise milch cows he
s d get the Jerseys or Guern
s.y 'il $olstein ie better
jasted fok th"se who sell the
milk-as they give more than the
othe twor..bree:ds. Get the best
breecs. Do not attempt to win
ter iore than you can feed well.
Do not overcrowd you summer
pasture. Work at this business
by degrees.-Carolina Spartan.
Don't Start Wrong.
Ipn't start the summer with, a lin
_-P eoi h or1reoI, We tjL kpow
erQt i it's the
hardeso.kind to cure. Often it "hangs
on" thfrough the entire season. Take
it in-hand right now. A few doses of
One Minute Cough Cure will set you
right. Sure cure for coughs, colds,
eroup, grip, bronchitis, all throat and
lung troubles. Absolutely safe. Acts
at once. Children like it. "One Min
ute Cough Cure is the best cough medi
cine I ever used," says J. H. Bowles,
Groveton, N. H. "I never found any
thing else that acted so safely and
quickly." McMaster Co.
Thursday, May 22, has been
set apart as Wagener day at the
exposition. No citizen of this
State has ever di.ployed such
public. spirit as Capt. Wagener,
the- president of the exposition
company, in promoting the suc
cess of the exposition. It is the
wisli.of the people of Charleston
to make Wagener day at the ex
position the greatest day of the
entire period. The railroads have
promised to make tbe lowest rate
for Wagener day that has ever
been known in this State, and the
people of Charleston trust that
they shall have thousands of per
sons from all part of South Caro
lina in their midst. on that opcca
sion to testify their appreciation
of Capt. Wagener's work.
Reveals a areat secret.
-It is often asked how such
startling cures, that puzzle the
-physicians, are effected by
*King's New Discovery for
sumption. Here's the secret.
uts out the phlegm and germ
inf4cted mucus, and lets the life
giving oxygen enrich and vitalize
the blood. It heals the inflamed,
cough-worn throat and 1hngs.
Hard colds and stubborn coughs
soon yield to Dr. King's New
Disco~very, the most infallible
remedy for all Throat and Lung
diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles free at
McMast- r Co.
' We take the following predic
n from the Charleston Evening
ost: "And will lMcLaurin be in
the race when the flag drops?
Not if he knows imself. By.
that time there will probably be
two federal judicial di.stricts in
South Carolina and Judge B'raw
ey will likely have a colleague
by the name of McLaurin."
Yodifnow' What You Are Taking
Whe ptak. *rove's Tasteless Chill
Tonicee use the formula is plainly
printed 6,n every bot tle showing that it
is simply Iron and Quinine in a taste
Makes the food more del
ROYAL SAM 0
Cedar Creek Crops.
We are having pretty weather;
now, but needing rain very bad.
Farmers are getting alag nicely.
Grain is looking wel; tton and
corn are up to, a stand.
Gardens are looking ad;y on
account of dry weather, Straw
berries are fine, and we hope to
have p!enty of them.
The people of this , community
are having bad luck with their
Miss Eloise Smith returned
home Sunday afternoon after a
weeks vi?it among .4er relatives
and frie nds in the Belview ieigh
The State Summer School.
The printed announcement of
the'course of study of the State
summer school will be issued
soon. This will be sent out to
the county and city superintend
ents for distribution among the
ted'cbers. Correspondence, wheth
er for admission to the school or
to the dormitories, will be with
the office of the State superin
tendeit of e.lucation. Wi.en the
list of admitted students is made
up it will be forwarded to Presi
dent'Johnson, at Rock Hill, who
will assign them.
Application blanks will be fur
nished, upon nhieh the teachers
will note the courses that they
wish to pursue, and will pledge
then,selves to remain through the
entire fuui weeks, unless. provi
deriially :preve9ted. "Floating
attehdance" will n t be permitted.
The crowding of the class rooms
for a part of the session tends to
interfere with the work and will
be discouraged. Last year six
hundred and foiteen eurolled,
and only four hundred . and sev
enty staved through the examina
tions. This year only about five
hundred will be admitted, and it
is expected that practically all
will stay to the end. This will
be more satisfactory to instruc
tors and to students.
Like a Drowning Man.
"Five years ago a disease the doctors
called dyspel)sia took such hold of me
tbat I could scarcely go," writez Geo.
S. Marsh, well-known attorney of 1
Noeomna, 'Tex. "I took quantities of
pepsin and other medicines but nothing1
at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt,
an improvement at once and after a
few bottles am sound well." Kodol is
the only p)reparation which exactly re
produces the natural digestive juices!
and consequently is the only one which
digests any good foo-l and cures any
form of stomach trouble. McMaster Co.
Joke on Gen. Lee.
Thme Newv York Word says that
during a recent visit to West
VYirginia General Fitzhiugh' Lee
met an old cdinrade in arms who
regarded him with some disfavor.
"What's the matter?" asked the
General. "Out with it!" "Well,"
said the ex-Confederate; "I want
to die at least half an hour before
you do. I wan to Te in the
other world when you arrive
there, just to hear al hat General
Jubal Early says when he seus
you in a blue uniform."
~It is a well known fact that the
l&:e General Jubal Early hated a
blue uniform as much as a bovine
does a red flag, wore the grey all.
his life, anid was buried in it,
hence it can easily be imagined
what he would say when he saw
an old comrade-in-a:ms in a blue
Stand Like a Stone Wall
Betwe-en vour children and] the
tortures of ~itching aind burning1
eczema, scaildheaid or other skin I
dliseases. How? why, by using~
Luckleu's Arnica Sailve, earth's
greatest healer. Quickest cure
for Ulcers, Fever tSores, Salt~
Rhienm, Cuts, Burns or Bruises.
Infallible for Piles. 25c at Mc
Master Co.'s drug store. ~.
.Stops the Cough
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
icious and wholesome
A Poser for "Pap."
Teddy-May I ask a question?
Pa-Certainl y, Teddy.
Teddy-Where's the wind when
it don't blow?-Net York Times.
- Whooping Cough.
A woman who ha3 had experience
with this disase, tells how to prevent
any dangerous eoaseq uences from it.
She says: Our three children took
whooping cough last summer, our baby
boy being only three n(nths old, and
owing to our giving them Chamber
lain'- Cough R::maly, they lost none
of their plumpness and came out in
much better health than other children
whose parents did not use this remedy.
Our oldest little girl would call lustily
for cough syrup between whoop3.-JE3
3IE PINKEY HAIM, Springville Ala.
This Remedy is for sale by McMaster
Tva that is produced hcre in
South Carolina on the Pinehurst
farm near Summerville, has been
adopted 'as the "official" tea of
the piesidential mansion.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful -
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
. and bladder remedy.
S'It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth, centu; dis
Dr. -I4lmer, the emi
- nent kidney and blad- .
- der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
[orm of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
xnmended for everything but if you havekid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
lust the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor Io pur
:hase relief and has proved so successful in
very case that a special arrangement has
)een made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
ample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
elling more about Swamp-Root and how to
ind out if you havekidney or bladder troubl.
When writing mention reading this generous
>ffer in this.paper and
;end your address to
)r. Kilmer .,Bing
egular fifty cent and bsoeeswamp-ace.
lollar sizes are sold by ll good druggists.
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