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wounded the soldier. But Crozier
stoutly refused to recant. savim:
Loose me and I will show vou
wihether I am the iman r not."
&iAiher frers Were app)ealed
tin vai '.I aVehm (nbn
'guesti'e by;( lv(! ~. Tlrt wbrl)ide he
tha1 be aci r a *V( e
andi bokily declaring: "! wuld do
it again i In an-wvr t- which he
was tld tha the tl w uld cost hhn
In short. Crozi'er was prMtlyV
condemnefCd thdeathi withilt eVe
the f c-i a trial and was iit
a.!!'we'! communicationi with any
citzen while awaiting his m
.\Nu da Igh-1 - t k n1 the. follkwing'.
mo,( rnn I, Friday-. S.mer8
the regm111e1wt drawn ,Ip in line
of march. Slow c-um heats
marked off the remaiing mients
of the priPonier's life while he was
being led a iew yards from the
camp. He was halted on the brink
of a shallow hole. freshly dug in
the earth. and ordered to kneel.
There was a flash of guns in the
murkv dawn and the martvred
Crozier fell lifeless. A reliable
citizen, who had ventured near to
watch the tradegy. saw the de
monical troops throw the still
warm body into the hole. then
jump upon it. dancing and stamp
ing with their heels to press it into
the insufficient grave.
The 33d colored troops immed
iatlv moved off some distance
down the railroad to await the
train. Their d(egraded leader.
Trowbridge. was afterwards heard
to declare that he took all the re
sponsibility of the killing on him
self. There let it and the shame ot
it forever rest.
During Friday morning the good
people of Newberry visited the
fatal spot where Calvin Crozier had
been murdered. His honored re
mains were taken up and an in
quest was held by Silas Johnstone.'
intendant, acting coroner. in which
much testimony was taken that
elicited the facts above stated. The
body was then reverently coffined
and laid to rest 'n the old cemetery
of the town. attended by a large
concourse of the best citizens ot
In ISo a movement was started
by the e0litor of the Newberry Oh
server to erect a nionumnt to
Crozier's memory. Three hunIred
dollars was quickly subscribed. and
in 1891 the hero's body was re
moved to "Rosemont" Cemetery.
in Newberry. where li nhle self
sacrifice wa~s recorded upon a mar
ble shaft ten eet. five iche
height, resting on a high bse i -f
On the front face of the cumn
is the "Lone Star of Texa."'
neath It is inscribed:
Calvin S. Crozier,
Lrandoon, '1 issippi.
On the north side is the verse:
"'Rest on. embalmed and sainted!
Dear as the blood you gave:
No i.dous tootsteps here shall
The herbage of your grave.
Nor shall your glory be forgot
.Best Remed- For Constipation. .
"The ninest remedy for constipation
I ever used is Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets," says Mr. Eli But
ler of Frankville N. Y. *They act
gently and without any unpleasant
effect. and leave the 'bowels in a per
fectly natural condition." Sold by
Smit~h Drug Co., Newberry and Pros
perity Drug Co., Prosperity,
Letter to Blackwelder & Davenport.
D)ear Sirs: Twi vears ag... .\r.
Grant Smith. Erie. I a.. pamnte'
three frame houses, an: 'hv. -
work of a brick house.
The painter estlimateU ?!10.;
for the paint. lead and nil.
Ile bought D)ev,be S97.40 and re
turnled Si .60. Saved S3 10 io
Don't know the cost of thle work.
By the rule, the saving .'f labo'r
w~ould be frorn S60 to 890.
On all, from S9o to S120.
-This is the tale. as it comes from
Messrs. W\. F. Nick & Son. our
agents there for 40 years.
F. WV. Devoe & Co.
P. S.--The Newberry Hardware
Co. sell our paint. 7
\\hile faic her record keeps.
1)r hnor1p,ints the hallo'we(l Spot
WVhere \*alor prdludly sleeps
171n th rem",ainling sidies i; theL
:-lsi t te cren sta cese f 11is dcati,
-al-in r zier )tur b- thers.
uho like imel1i had lived throuth'
the da~;'iger of fo ye 'ars of1 war,
li : niterWa nni did ni'thrug a
t a I~~~ t 1h,cfc
arngnorrott'. alle ftaith efes
-in hani and exour wha h ih
Z in our arm . Ti sl then s
ths an< eapl brohmercan mtesa
d ~ ~ ~ : rs \ rvkis 1Inlhm. Te-xas .
ho, prttEer frmelr(ne c il
iv kin we in fel war whould
unite to honr whiCh n'ame-a nlIe
hihd he o t remini srelster.ite
!in r falmi . terv on nuer.
Id. I say flhat CalviWCore
died ? )r T erteat s can o Pu ia y
ineamg n tooten. Ange wh tilte
are forgOtten all that is t,!inoor
in hmlf,an nature shall have pe
ed in our he arts. TiN then Cro
zier's self -immolation s;hould stand
as an example to American an
hood. a pattern for modern chival
ry: and women everywhere SG1haumd
Unite to honor his name-a nain.e
which the South mest strely write
in illumined characters on her his
..Proper Treatment of Pneumonia...
Pneamonia is too dangerous a dis
case for anyone to attempt to doctor
aimself. although h emay have the
proper remedies at hand. A physician
should athars be called. It should be
borne in mind, however, that pneu
monia ahvars results from an attack
f the grip, and that by giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy the threat
ened attack of pneumonia may be
varRed of. This remedy is also used
by physicians in the treatment of
pnen-minia with the best results. Dr.'
W. T. Smith, of Sanders. Ala., who is
also f r ugst. says of it: "I have
been -6singy Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and prescribing it in my prac
tice for the past six years. I use it in
cases of pneumonia and have always
.cottenl the best results." Sold by
Smith Drug Co.. Newberry, S. C.. and
prosperity Drug Co.. Prosperity. S. C.
Elberta Peach Trees,
Barred Plymouth Rocks.
Red Raspberry Plants.
Eg,gs for hatching a spiecialty. All
ingni-ies promptly answered. Write
CONVENIENTLY UNITING ALL THE
OF THE SOUTH.
W. A. TURK. S.
%::emer Traffi: Manger. Ge':e
IL WAsH1soToN. D.
w. i'. TAYL.OE. Ass't oen'I Pass.A
Why not take
been brought w
by the splendid t
vice of the AT:
LINE, the great
the Tropics. Wi
ets are now on e
in Florida and H a
Gen'l Pass. As
''What to Say in Spanish and Ho
re~int of a two cent postage strmp.
ENDORSED AT HOME.
Such Proof as this Should Convince any
n. Itji endors-m, r! of a oa I I
;Z-1tj 1 - t poof th . var. i-r-.rO
be rad. Whe, ai na iT rne f--rw%rd
:k tti to t., fe!l w e! ' r. ad
r-- ha frend, and neiLh Or, you
mar - ure h- -. iorou,h'v convi:e-d
or Phe would ilot. do .o. Tollin ont.'
-xp-riione when it i. fthe li public
*"od a. -n w., of kindn 0s t, Ihat sihoulid
ii, n, iv,n hv a rosidont, of N-w-errv
(.ro n-m.m.r- to the ca. us-- of)
(It m -a r b.-inLr
:,ha.a ow: "!'ho Littl- C.u:quer
P B llut-i inson irop i.tor of een
Oudoi furni.hitr ,sore on Main
-re' -ay: -T 1h aRv u-Wei Dowi'Z Kid
r,y Pi*- ii mv family.wth vwri h--ne.
:oeh IT. -e. Wo un-d them for kidnpv
e enh--n oek:nert. The rtlief oiven
irmm-iia-- tri permarent T oh
pulks ,t W. E Pe1ham T&
*-o, drug tre and I can and do re
c01Mnend the- verv hiLhlv beliovin_,
th.,m to he a l that i claimed for them.
For sale bv all dealer-. Price 55 centa
prr box Foa'er-Milhurn Co, Buffalo N.
Y.. 9ole s2e1tz for the United States
Remember the name Doans and take
A PPLICATIONS FOR BEER DIS
.tX penser for Newberry will be re
ceived by County Board of Control un
til Wednesday 10 o'clock a. m March
2nd, 1904, for a term of one year, be
ginniug April 6th.
J. R. Scurry,
J5 P. Harmon,
Members County Board of Control for
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Fear: onniths,fl. -'ol b ada em
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and Island has
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rough train ser
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ale at all points.
vana. For rates,
sleeping car and
W. J. CRAIG.
~'t, Wilmington, N. C.
v to Say It" sent to any address on i
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The Nashville, Chattanooga and
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The Scenic Battlefeli Route.
ro the North, North-West and West.
3est Equipped Trains, Superior Service and
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tc., or any information, call on or address
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Opposite Union Depot. Bell'Phone 169.
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NORTH - SOUTH -- EAST -- WEST.
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FIRST-LASS I I i I i i .
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POSITIVELY THE SHoRTEsT L!NE BETwEEN
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SWFor detailed information, rates, schedules, Pull
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Passenger Agent. Columbia, S. C.
C. F. STEWART, AssI. GenI. Pass. Ag.,
Agsta and Ashevillo Short Line.
(Schedule in efe,ct : ugust ;, 1$'8.)
'tad Down.) 1Ra it (EbtenG Staindard Tine.)
m.......Lv Ne wherry ...... Ar 3.) pm -chedun e in Effect Sunday, June :'ab, 1W08
.s0 pm.. ......Ar Lam 'fn........ L 2 p4 - STATIONS.
m. . paranbnre..'. 101 pE' 8i 40 m Lv Atlanta (. A..) A r. N o
.Afn pm....Lv .spartaiburg. 1 i.2 to 505 am !~ n 0
. pm.A.. aedesOnA L v 3.05 am 12 58 pm Abbeville 4 O* pm
.15Dm..... A 'avl -. v 7.C05a I 22'pm Greenwood 3 35 pm
_._5 __........ _r ___h_1...... _.. _. _ a 2 15pm Ar Clinton (Dn'r) L. '1 45 pm
.46 pm ...Lv Newberry (c.y.a&L.; 3l 10 pm
1.50 pm..A Laurene ...... ....ty 2.02 pn' (.kW.O.01
.5 pm .... .v L.aures.........Ar 1.45Dm. 10 00 am Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00pmn
2.M pm..Ar Greenwoort......Tv 12.44 pm 115p arabr S30p
5.20* - nm A r Auge:a.........Lv IU 0 :am 12 2 pm Greenville 33 2p m
a pm.... L Augsta............. r 1.20arr(Harris Springs)
4 0p... A rBsanfort......Lv 7.15 a'r 1 12pm Waterloo 3 35 pm
..5 pm...A Port. Royas...... Lv 7.05 am 1 42 ;m Ar Laurena (Dln'r) Lv 2 (7 pm
24pm ...Lv Newberry (..L)Ar 3.10 pm; g. 25 5 18
1 R)pm ... ALauren5s..L ....... DP y I D D'lyD'1yWDly
.2 pm... A Greenvil -. . .Iv 12C p ere 8e
For furtherffrflintoio~reltvef Surns
GOTBRY4.n,Cf.AE.GreeilIle.8 C. 72.5 71(i 209 Parks 142 85~ 550
ERNE T WILT.IAMS, Ger. Pas.., 45:i22 CIto. 138055
T. M. t :Traffic N'.ImaEer. 7 0'24 Ki.i 1! 4 3
...,ar, ~Ifl~~' IM 3 nn 0 81 54O Jalapa 125$ 725 406
:248 918 334 Slighs 11 ii a. i 250
If. C. BEA-TIE, Reeiver. 0 3.LMonntao 12 14~140
In EEect JnDn.e', 1902. i 5i 9 50 3 57 HIton 15 5 5D 2 06
netrween A' l' 'n - Walhaila 5) 9.55 4 11 White R.ch 1! .3 6:-0 200
-.ersow, asyo-cs: 225 .04 04.7 BaTen tine 11 28 t . 1 50
ARRIVE. LEAVE. 25. 1. i1 Ir4 mo IA M 228 132
Mxed Mixed .7 '5 10; 26 42' Leaptar... U 52 b 9119
o9 No.12~ m.amns No. xI :No.9g 330 0~ 4- 440 CoIn2b2a 111 5 500 100
.33. A. M. P.- M -
10 9 5........ Belton......... 320 10650
24 S33... A nderson F.D......340 :110:
245 9 30....Anderson P.1D... .. 345 11165 A. C. .
.925.West Ande-rson....3 49 ..... ... Columbia
9.. 9...'........Denver............. 9 ....... .... (Union Station)
9 02........Atn.........405 .... 4 45 11 20
8 55 .....Pendleton .....4 11 ........_________
... 8 47........Cherry......... 418 ....
.. 844........ Adams......... 421 ..-- pm e
. . 828 ... Jodania Jalnet ... 433 ----- 4 65 LvColum~bia (A.o.r.)Ar 1 .10
.. 8 25....... Seneca..... 4 35 ----- 6 2 Sumter * J0
4 40 ----- 920 Ar Charleston Lv 7
... 8 06... ..West Union . 6...504..
..8 00.....Wahalla........ 609 ........ newrain3 and 52 arrive and depe.rt from
areceenc over trains of se clas ~I.2 n 5from A. C. L. freight depot,
iovng in the o posite direetton unless oth WetFora stremeTabe,rfrhr.nom
aws SOitop at tri ore gotatinteto, TimeTb, or futer
henanlet ot passengers: Phinney's! - rsiet wrftea g
3me .andRSOpn, Superitenden J. F. LIVINGUTONq, H. M. EMERBON,'