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UNVEILING HAMPTON STATUE.
To Take Place Next Tuesday-Pro
fram-Address by eGn. M. 0.
Columbia, November 13.-The pro
gramme for the unveilifig of the
Hampton mounment was announced
today, and an address to the people of
the ,State from the monument com
mission inviting them to come to the
ceremonies on the 20th.
The programme is as follows:
The procession will proceed .down
MAin street from the postoffice to the
Wade Hampton monument in the fol
Squad of police.
Band of music.
Major Theodore G. Barker, granI
marshal of the day, escorted by caval
ry under command of Col. T. J. Lips
Governor Heyward and staff.
Gen. Wilic Jones and staff.
Citadel cadel s, Clemson eadets,
Porter School c.dets, National Guard.
Major Gen. Carwile, U. C. V., and
Veterans and Sons of Veterans.
Professors a. -1 - students of the
South Carolir-, University and stud
ents of other eolleges.
Carriage cef.aining Gen. M.' C.
Butler, Bishop Capers, Major Raw
lins Lowndes, Mr. F. W. Ruckstuhl,
Carriages containing Governor
elect M. F. Ansel, President Sloan of
the South C rolina University, Dr.
Mell, president of Clemson College,
C. S. Gwdsden, chairman of board ot
visitors of Souh Carolina Miliuury
Institute, Col. Coward, superintoi
ent- of the South Carolina Military
InstiittI. Col. It. W. Simpson, cl.zhil
man o' hoard of tiistees Cler
College, Dr. 1). B. Johnson, president
Winthrop College, conunissionierz
Wade IIamiton monument.
Carria,ge_s containing granddaught
ers f eof . WAade Hampton, who, in
der charge of Col. Wade Manning
will unveil the monument.
Lieutenant Governor Sloan and
Lieutenant Governor-elect McLeod,
with the present members and the
members-elect of the Senate with the
officers of the State, Speaker M. L.
Smith, of the House, With the present
members and the members-elect of
the House, with the oflicers of th<
House, together with the Chiey Justi
ces and the Associate Justices of the
..ar . Emer
Supreme Court, the Circuit Judgc
United States Semitors, Congressmei
and State otficers, the mayor and aid
evmen -of the city of Columbia, an
the chairman and members of th
board of (rade of the city, and th
professors of Clemson College wil
form in the corridors of the Stat,
House, and, preceded.by the seWean
at arms of the Senate and the ser
geant at-arms of the House, bearInj
the mace and the sword of State, wil
proceed to the' stand where they wil
be received by the commission. Af
ter the guests are seated prayer wil
be offered by Bishop Capers.
The monument will be unveiled h:
four of Gen. Hampton's gria nddaugh;
ters and one grandson.
The commission will then turn thi
monument over to Governor Heywar4
who will receive it in behalf of th,
State and who will then introdue,
Gen. M. C. Butler, the speaker of th<
At the conclusion of the addres
the students of Winthrop Colleg(
Columbia College, College for Womei
and the school children will join ii
singing the Bonnie Blue Flag and oth
or Confederate airs, while the Daugb
ters of the Confederacy will plae
garlands an(I wreaths at the base o
The place and order of formatioi
of the troops will be announced late
by Gens. Frost and Jones.
The commissioners' address fol
November 13, 1906.
To the People of South Carolina
In 1903 the General Assembly of thi
State pasred an A i entitled ''A
Act to provide for a monument. i
1he( mmor1y0N, of WCade HaIIIItoIn.
The Act appropriated the sumni o
$20.000, which, together with $10,00
to he raised by voluntary cont ribu
tion, it, directed to be used ''for th
purpose of erecting upon the (apitt
ground an equestrian statue to th
memory of Wade Hampton.''
'Ihe Act further provided as fo
lows: ''That a commission of fiv%
citizens be appointed by the Govei
nor to take charge of the funds ar
propriated. * * and also of all v,u, 't
tary contributions which may be , on
mitted to them, and they shall tal
charge of the location, inscriptic
and erection of the monument."
Under the authority of this Act
the General Assembly Governor D. I
on in "His Maia
r le.yward appointed us, the under
signed, mmbers of the commission
created by the Act.
We now have the honor to an
nouicee to you that we have finished
the work committed to our charge by
. you through your Legislature and
your Governor. The statue stands
compl-ted on the Capitol grounds at
Cohmbia and will be unveiled on the
s 20th of this month. An address will
h 'lelivered by Gen. M. C. Butler
*i -' dhere w%ill be other appropriate
rw i The monument is yours,
e mi1 we respechit lly invite vou to at
teld the iuivciling ceremonies on
. . N i7mmer 20, .1906, at the Capital
e City of your State.
A let every mai, woman and child
e llt oal d1o so atteld oi this oceasion
unite in paying a last. tribute to
Carnlina's greatest citizen. It is
Se ;peeially desired that all the oU
Confederate Veterans be present.
J. Q. Marshall,
B. A. Morgan,
E. M. Seabrook,
A. McIver Williamson,
Rilhard I. Manning,
Governor Heyward has written t(
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4' and.the Maid.'
't buy until you
prittiest line of O
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O Place .To Buy
all the miembers of his a.iff king
thel it comle tu the unveiling of the
monuniwit and to ride with him in
The Better (?) Saloon.
Sonic people think that you can im
prove an iniquity by washing it. Dr.
Herrick Johnson says: "Better sa
loons is better badness."
What Law Can Do.
No one stipposes that law can make
Imn teiper'tle, but. law can shut up
tiese bars and dLrai sh4-s which
facilitate and feed inteiperance,
whibc double oir taxes, treble the
peril to properly and life, and make
the masses tools in the hands of de
signing men to undermine and crip
ple lIw.-Wendcll Phillips.
Rates on C., N. & L.
On account of the ulnveiling of the
Hampton Statue, Columbia, Noveni
ber 29th, the Columbia, Newberry and
Laureis R. R will sell tickets Novem
ber 19th and 20th, good until the
21st; -at rate of one fare plus 25 ecuL
per Opund trip and per military, one
cent. er mile travelled.
see our big stock,
uns in the City and
IN THE CITY
RETIRING FROM THE
I am offering my entire stock of Clothing,
e Hats, Pant3, Overcoats and Men's Fur
nishing Goode, n fact everyLhing in my store,
at man ufactu?!;rs' cost with to-eight added.
Some goods I . selling at !. .'an co3t. If
my old custom,rs want to sav,'. he profit on
their fall and .inter purchas-. now is their
opportunity, as I am receiving ne offers for
the entire stock, and I may close jut any day,
and then they will have to pay the profit. I
have at cost ten to twelve tho,.sand dollars
worth of desirable go ods left yet, and I would
prefer you getting what you need before the
stock is closed
I Indulged a few of my customers during the summer at cash
prices, to be paid early in the fall, and I would like to have all
of these accounts closed as early as possible.
Come and see me often.
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 15, 1906.