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VOL. XL. NO. 59. NEWBERRY. S. C.. TUESDAY -JULY 19. 1904 TWICE A WEEK. $1.50A YEAR
+ TAnd NE
The people are wi'
of quality, selection
This big sale is the i
just now in the mid,
+ A Big Corset
* Models for every figure-the
dium and extra long waisted
+ 5o doz. corsets worth 49c., fol
S 50 " " 65&75c..f
50 " " " $1.00, $1.1
this big sale 89c.
* A Big Embroide
* When Mimnaugh says E:nl
all know what it means We
nesday morning about 200 full
+ and Swiss Embroidery, not a y
* less than 20, 25 and 35c. vd..
entire lot for ioc. yd.
+ Sale of Fine Ri
We place on sale 3,ooo p-S
shades and black and white:
them for less than 2oc. yd., a
holds out ioc vd.
EWBERRY OF THE -
DAYS THAT ARE PAST V
LETTER FROM[ FORMER NEW- 1
BERRIAN, NOW IN TEXAS. J
The Renwicks and Others Who Made t
Newberry Great and Honored- e
An Interesting Letter. %
"'The solemn League and Covenant
Cost Scotland blood and Scotland
But it secured fair feedom's cause:
If thou'rt a slave, indulge thy
Sir Walter Scott, in "The Heart of
Midlothian," states that Cargile,'
Cameron. Peden and Renwick were
the great upholders of the standard
of the Covenant. Finding the names
of Peden and Renwick together. II
called on my friend. Capt. D. D.I
Peden, of Houston. Texas. and a '
warm friend of my sisters in Geor
gia. He is a most intelligent and ex
cellent gentleman and an elder in Dr.
Leavell', church. W\hile we were
talking of the Covenanters. he gave
me the "History of the Pedens in I
A-merica." being a history of their re
unfion in 1890 at Fairview church.'
near Foutntaiflnin, in Greenville
county, and near the Laurens line oin (
Rabun's creek. The book was writ- -
ten byv Miss E-'leanor M1. Hewell. a r
dlescendant of the Pedens and a r
granddaughter of James Dunbar. of e
Ballymena. Ireland. (where my
mother wvent to school), and who n
.am ..t America in t82o in the same
ale is Nox
iver Before Have tf
lling and anxious to buy from the
and price. If we did not offer you
,neans of saving hundreds of dolial
at of our great July sale. The grea
Sale. Special One
stout, short, me- Wednesday morning at
I. Women can be big lot of Printed Lawn, t
will wash. Most of the 1,
For one hour, if the lot I
r this big sale 25c customer) 3% 'c. the yd.
or this big sale 39c. bell strikes nine.
15 and $1.50, for Black Dress 1
44-in. Black Brilliantine,
ry Sale. real nice skirt, worth 75
ery sale ythe vd.
broidery sale you 44-in. Black Melrose, ma
place on sale Wed- can't match it for less tha
pieces of Cambric 49c. the yd.
d. in the lot worth 48-in. wide Black Siik F
your choice of the lstre and sheds the du
for less than $r 50, fo
bbons. price is 89c. yd.
raffeta Ribbon, all Millinery Di
y-u can't match 25 doz. Ladies' White Di
s long as the pile where 73c. and $i oo, t
Cheapest Store in t
essel in which my mother and whic! county so
randparents Spence came. The his- came to Newberry
>ry and her pictures therein show ing counties.
er to be a dignified. elegant and in- They were a friej
lligent lady. Capt. Peden also and grew on the g
)aned me "The Life and Times of er Cathecism and 1
1exander Peden. the Prophet, and Pcden and wife.
ames Renwick, the Martyr." Many Peden. settled at
'ewberry people are 'descendants of named after a chu
ie old Covenanters. Among the Cov- Margaret %cDill
nanter names in the latter book lated to the .cDil
-ere the Spences, John Welch, the The names of R
reat-grandson of John Knox. and were known to ev
thers. O'Neall. in the Annals of land. Alexander P
.ewberry. seems not to distinguish the Baptist of the
etween the Irish and the Scotch- James Renwick the
rish. Miss Hewell in her book gave list. Dr. Robertso
ie a new idea, which is: "All mod- o ctad"sy
rn students of history and patrony- ohrCvnnes
tics are agreed that the Scotch-Irish wsbihisrc
eople, so distinctive now, are not,.n,lkeJh u
s has been generally received, ofofeatdpicl
~allic or Celtic origin, but German- x plrpit.
."It is no surprising. therefore., e.Jae e
iat Captain Matthew IHall haderson Tog
rossed the dead line between thewathmnSct
cotch-Irish and the Germans andtieheadwd
had cum and sthole avay dere Dutch,3-a:amido
~olley." (meaniny pretty Polly frmbaigan
chumpert). and that George Domi-matrndldr
ick retaliated by crossing the line ifae hnar
nd stealing away- handsome Miss bfr h fie.I
allie IHIunter. and making her histread wetn
rish-D)utch wife. Crossing the line cati
as since been continuous, with thetebo Jae
esult that Newberry has a great w'l ain h
umber of intelligent and handsome au? -. zn
catch-rish-German lads and lassies.hiiswrhrm
It is supposed that the Scotch-Irish tmswwites
e-nanters are desce-ndants of the teteitttai~i
Culdees." (servants of God). whose uin \lcnsi
eligion was the pure and undefiled 'nerhta hl
i-ligion of the Bible, free from the f liwamt
I rrupt doctrine's andl practices of thedaofFrar.
oman church. Persecution dro' as(erhs2t
iany Scots to the north of Irelandwr(svre De
whi h out-o nti.fo ch ont y w soY
K U GH'
v in Full
ie Crowds Been s
store that offers to them best ,
these advantages we could not
,s to this community, and the e
t sale starts with renewed vigor
Hour Sale. Andros
9 o'clock we will sell a With every
be colors are stron , and day, we will
)t sold for 8yc yard. Lonsdale Cam
asts, (io yds to each
Be on hand wheI the Bo
50 doz. Boys
in the lot wort
3oods Sale. vour choice th
the best thing out for a White
:., July's sale price 49C. o 1ain .V
kes a swell skirt, von
n 75C., for this big saie i00 Vcs. plain
.5opYcs A pro n
inish Brilliantine, high 50 Pcs4o -in.c
st, you can't watch it _5 i Tubl
this sale Mimnags doz lar C
3partment. i oofntParaso
ick Hats, worth every
ake your choice for 49c. 10
,he Two Carolinas.
many afterwardsd The Renwicks of Newberr a
and the surround- descendants oi the Rev. James
wick, the martyr. They shou
ydly. religious race proud of their ancestrY. fo
ospels, the Short- Igodly ancestry is the best hei
ong sermons. John that a man can have." Parson
Margaret McDilI 1wick was the first Associate Rei
Fairview church. ed Presbyterian preacher for
rch at Ballymana. der's and Kings Creek churches.
was probably re2 was5a sarcastic old Scot. of great
Is of Newberry. tal force. *Tis said of him that.. ay
!nwick and Peden couple having succeeded in acq-,
ary child in Scot- a bairn before the prescribed
den was the John months. he stood them p in th
Covenanterw; and gregation. administercd to them
John the Evange- goere rebuke, and then sent the
Mr in his "History their seats.
Firewichuch adHlied acsbtrossnoree o
"Trc discoursena dr's anto. ig are bhrcke
wveand probabyig whic was acalleod SOanfgeHal
xs the Nwerry. doub forcuessi of hi ithat.eaPt
s,itenwidi and eianulisng seeed wo cde
Covenanters . andain administeman, tofe
John was Eane- virlrue. and thesentther.Wlim
a outi) h Renwick adH ie cos wEnree amng
"Theeir discoure motfromyinetn influetial
ieand eifing wihwa calm,ead ineslrtrane Ha(
adthey weref men aob Recause fo earl mnhoneod
.intreisdiothfu hid terais. was ad ulin cldre:
sted nd bough Crnd churh. Hiean, omi.
eing ofasmal weat- rvige. and iancialer Wile.
a1 y louth t9) he s Theotdt Ren is werch amng
and neeed 'at this insttutonen and ifenti'al
mnic harh odM iie in Newb ery: wereod Scotc
iahntgap alm.dintesly Presteiaman C<i
iad teprssufn o bamsnwck fromvik Hsl mahod
inhins inutheul hi dt.'ws an rulinler wa n a
stera anh brouh Ceekrge Heon as allomim.\
ae eing fsmlo sta-reiu and ianalh afircls
I thomey counte-d ~ wacqdevoed tor hscrc ansi
he abeedn htalk ing thenofWilia and Eliz
tseredion or 1t (Aai ms) enwick. Hisne fate:
m6,being i three ymarried mar.dater waf ao
er. brnHs las eergti Toman. a sant theA
arte is alse awerme. A sormanagd onhe sfai
h t eis at of e wase Aa fiend once usai
tdvantages in the way +
expect your business.
nd is not yet. We are
and power tomorrow
coggin Ic. the Yard.
$5.oo purchase and over, Wednes
ell io .ds. of Androscoggin or
ric at rc. the yd.
ys Knee Pants
'Knee Pants, 8 to 16. not a pair
b less than 75c. and $i.oo, take
s week for 49c. a pair.
Wash Goods Sale.
hite Lawn, worth 8ic, to go at 4Y2c.
hite Lawn,worth 1 2JC to go at 74c.
Vhite Lawn, worth i5c. to go at ioc.
i ghqt to go at 4c. yd.
uored Organdy to go at 5c. yd.
)il Co b to go at i oc. yd.
otton Towels to go at ioc. each.
and Parasols Half Price. +
s,stec1 rods.worth 75c., to go at 35c.
$i oo. to goat 69c. +
$i.5o, to go at 89c. +
$2 oo, to go at 98c. *
-e the ir. kind-hearted, ,ymathetic womr..
Ren- g -.- - 1 L - d by all I er neigh >.,
d be How thin the veil between the seen
r "a and-the tmseen world. It is said that
ritage the good old lady, after the death of
Ren- Colonel Renwick. had been greatly
Form- distressed, but one night she saw her
Gil- husband at the foot of her bed, -since
He which time she had surcease from her
men- troubles. Some curiously similiar
oung strange phenomenon Mr. John Wes
tiring ley had experienced. It manifested
nine the 1ind old lady's devotion to her
con- husband. Colonto Ren(wick was a
a se- great moral and cheerful force in the
m to community. and his death is still re
gretted. He is still an inspiration to
:far 'honorable endeavor and right living.
iouse A\ friend said to me that he and his
. no wife were noted for their good sense
esby- and cordial and unbounded hospital
2. W. ity. Col. Renwick was an ardent
Abbe- friend oi Erskine college and Due
'West Female college, and educated
the his children there. It is wvise in par
fain- ents to educate their children at de
-Irish nominational schools. He was one
lonel of those who induced Dr. Bonner to
until change the Due WXest Female acad
:isemy to a college.
int in ILet us visit grand old King's Creek
He ,\A R. P. church. It is a balmy day in
I her i pring. My old classmate. Rev. D.
hene- F. (Bo-merges) Haddon is the
- a preacher, who "allured his people to
abeth brighten worlds and led the way."
died W\e see a congregation of intelligent
good, men and come!y women. descendants
>rams~ ot a race of hardy. high-spirited
ib iht Scotch-Irish. We see the elders.
.Dr. Joseph Caldwell. Captain James
ek. a Spence. Patrick Martin: also Dr. T.
iwick R. Kennerly. Thomas and James N.
iand Crosson. and others. true Christian
lative men and their families, and many
ten. (Continued on Fifth Page.)