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been born and another is passing since
the day of his rule. A solemn still
ness fell upon tile assemblage as the
statue first was shown, and then there
was a murmur which rippled and roll
ed and swelled and swelled until with
one impulse it ended in the wild eerie
shriek of a real old rebel yell.
Hampton 's men were cheering him
As the cloth fell away, a military
band with all its blare of brass and
roll of drum burst into ''Dixie.''
''Dixie!'' ''Dixie!'' was there ever a
song like this? Scoff as you may I
there's always it thrill to ''Dixie!''
The Eloquent Morgan.
By this time the erowd had swelled
and there were miore people tihan ever
in the grounds. On the stand the peo
pIe puslied aid crowded to hear and
see, and many stood on the chairs. The
table at which the newspaper men
worked was shoved to the front rail.
and Col. B. A. Morgan of Greenville, a
who was to present tle statue, was a
helped to its top. le could hardly he t
heard at first, as tle vast throng was 1
hard to control. but they soon gave f
him respectful attention. Col. Mor'- v
gan said: t
'The commission you appointed by
vitne of an act of the general assem- v
bly to erect an equestrian statie to e
the memory of Wade Hampton has a
discharged that duty and wishes to o
make its final report to you. p
"We were so pleased with the lion- t
or of the appointment that we failed f
for the moment to grasp the extent of u
. . DEAL
FUN AND A
Dec. 1st I
The K. G. Barkc
will put on the best carnival ever seen in
and recommended by
The Shows ar<
TH E LILLY SHOW, the only show of
THE~ OLD PLANTATION and GEORI
adforg0et your troubles.
best show of its kind on the roadl. There
gal one tacks.''
ROBERTA and the Electric Theatre, a
class assortment of moving pictures.
The HIINDOO MYSTE"RY, where you
The VAUDEVILLE SHOW--High clas
ASA. the Snake Charmer.
The "ER RIS WHEEL, the Trip to the
SAMSON-A fine collection of Tropical
and weighing 800 pounds, and Princess, 2
boa constrictors and are said to be respe<
DOLLIETT, the smallest mother in th<
weighs 86 pounds, aged 24. The baby is:
born. 12 pounds now.
Rollins Trained Wild Animal Show.
Mitchell's Venetian Glass Blowers.
Liberty Electric Palace.
Prof. Monsulla, the champion high wi
Profs. Scarti and( Silverlak e, wvonder ful
Mille Russell, Sllde'for Life at 2.30 and
The K. G. Barkoot Italian Concert Ban
FREE Exposition of M<
Jemember the date, I
the responsibility imposed. As was g
natural, we hastened to the perfor- f
Manco of an agreeable undertaking t]
vd procured the act of the general I
issembly to make it our chart in the x
,ask set before us. You can imagine
)ur sense of helplessness when we N
'ound that the act contained no hint e
r suggestion of what the monument
;hould be, save that it must be eques
"We realized that the memory of 0
lie great chieftain, an illustrious war- 01
ior, the hero of an hundred battle 0j
"ields, must find expression. in that 01
tatue; that the Hampton of Recon
truetion, the Hampton of '70, the w
Tampton as governor and in the son- 11
It of the United States-citizen, ti
tatesman and the leader and the lov- si
d of all Carolina's yocmanry must
i crystalized and perpetuated in the M
1nument that we build. p;
"The wide world of the sculptor's "l
rt lay before us: myraids of forms Ie
nd figures, phantom like, sprang in- a
o view, but out of the vastness of it ti
11 we carved yonder statue and in the t1
ulfilliment of the duty assigned us, P
-0 present it to you and through you d(
a the people of the State."
Heyward's Ringing Speech.
Gov. Heyward, to whom the statue of
,as formally presented as the chief i
xecutlive of the Palmetto State, then t1
seended the table and made a speech lei
f acceptance. South Carolinians are in
roud of their governor, and well may in
iey be. His ardor, his love, his pride In
nr his State, were evident in each fr
tterance. The upturned faces which in
ERIN. . ,
ud BONDS tll
y, S. C.
Nov. 26th to'
ot Carnival Co.
this city. Every show is high class
press and public.
3 as Follows:
the kind in America.
alA MINSTRELS, wheie you'll laugh
from the far Eastern countries-the
you will see Mohammed Ali, "galli
i run by electricity; containing a high
iee people from India presenting won
s for Ladies and Children.
Snakes including Prince, 28 feet long
F, feet long, weighig 250 lbs. They are
atively 195 years of age
world. The mothtr, 28 Inches higb,
1i months old, weighed 4 pounds when'
walker at 4.80 p. m. and 10.80 p. mn.
casting actors at 2.00 p.m. and 7.80 p.m.
9380 p. m.
d every afternoon and night.
>dern Wonders FREE
4ov. 26th to Daer 1 at.
reeted him, the cheers which brol
rom the crowd, were an earnest i
le love of Carolinians for Heywar
[is tribute to the matchless Hanpto
'ho, in his own words, know tj
blinding smoke and sabre stroke,
,as eloquent. Gov. Heyward warn
I the crowd and they responde
Governor Heyward's Speech.
At every step Governor Dut
in Clinch Heyward was the subje(
r felicitations. All the South Cai
nians gathered here were admirei
the young governor who soon go
it of office.
The address which Governor He
ard delivered was one of t
ost happy speeches of his execl
ve career and made a great imprer
on with the vast throng, He said
Mr. Chairman and My Fellow Cit
us: This occosion brings togethe
itriotie citizens from every sectio
' South Carolina. Busy men hav
ft all the important. affairs wbic
>sorb their time and their atter
)n-they have left all to conie t
e capital or their State and to tak
Irt in tile exercises which will agai:
honor to the memory of Carolina'
This occasion brings together fror
cry college in our State delegation
youn- men and maidens. the futur
pe of omr country. They have lef
cir duties and have cole with col
re presidents. ofleers and tOachers
t only to have the privilege of shar
Z in these exercises, but that the'
ly once more gather inspiratio:
om the life and deeds of him whos
>nument now stands unveiled befor
in all its splendor.
Today we have with us many o
e soldier boys of South Carolina
icy march with bands playing an
ith hearts beatin- with soldierb:
ide. these sons of sires who witl
ade Hampton. under the Stars ani
rs. fori and bled for the Los
ise. and whose deeds of heroisn
Ve qIoMW to Sontlhern manhood an
itliern patritism, and 'ailvance
e world ill hionor.1i
.\nd ilat h ered lire are tihe iolde wo
11 (df om- State. oice more to pa;
eitr fraitIh1fiul and loving- tr.ibt ) e to ou
eat leader. anld itn so doin. to in
ire Souther chivalry with the pur
t and Iiftiest inspirations ever giv
to brmav men. They have come
ese fair dah.ters of South Caro
m, matons and maids, and by thei
esenlve hiallow these exercises., whil
e li.-ht of a sacred love shines il
cir eyes as they turn their gaze frol
e bronze horse and its bronze ride
y0nder oak heneatih whlo sllad(
ts ile old cavalier in tihe dreamles
tep that knows no vakin.
And with its today are many of !h
nn who wore the rav, tle unfalter
., self-sacrificin.-, lory-crowne.
terans of the Southern Confederacy
orc are lathered a few (f the sur
vois if tlie immortal Hamptoi
FIE SKATING RINK
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
dmnission-Ladies FREE; Gentle
meon, 10 Cents; Skates or Use o
Floor, 15 Cents.
FUN FOR EVERYBODY!
SUPERVISOR' S OFFICE.
Notice is hmereby given that th
ipervisor, will, at his office in New
rry, on Friday December'
06, let out a contract for the cori
ruction of a steel bridge over Bus
iver to the lowvest bidder.
Plans and specifications may b
en at tihe oflice of Fred. H. Demir
k, Law Range, Newberry, S. C.
J. Monroe Wicker,
red. HI. Dominick, Supervisor.
Clerk and Attorney.
One of the .Most Remarkable
Facto connected with the
is, that out of the thousands of
good, cheap and indifferent pia
nos sold here and there it is al
ways noticeable that families of
refinement, culture and musical
taste invariably purchase the
The great and best equipped
colleges of thme country use the
ARTISTIC STIEFF, on account
of its beautiful singing tone aud
Wonderful durability. Write to
OHAS. 31. STIEFF
6 West Trade Street,
OHAELOTTE, N. 0.
0 To make room for our
"lout the profit for the ne
gone and then say that
goods will not stay here
. quote you are new goo,
Dress Goods and
s 36 inch Black Taffeta, worth $1.00 -fo
36 inch Black Taffeta worth $1.50 for
0 Waist Silks worth 60 cts. for 47 cents
Gray Mohair worth $1.25 for 97 cents
Green and Blue Mohair worth $1.00 fo
r Zebeline worth 60 cents for 47 cents y
Melance suiting worth 75 cents for 47
Worsted, all colors, worth 35 cts. for
Trecot Flannel worth 35 cents for 20 c
Silk Brocade worth 35 cents yard for 1
All colors Outing 4 1-2 to 14 cents yar
CHARLESTON & WESTERN OAR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
- Lv. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p.m.
Ar. Laurens 1:42 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville '6:35 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
I Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m.
tAr. Greenwood 2:48 p.m.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p. m.
Ar. Augusta 5:25 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
!usta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
other companies, are given as infor
iation, and are not guaranteed.
Can. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
Greenv!lle, S. C.
STORE YOUR COTTON.
The Standard Warehouse Corn.
pany offers its splendid 'facilities to
the farmers and dealers of Carolina.
W arehouses located at Columbia,
Greenville, Greenwood, Orange
Sburg, Anderson, Ne wb-ry.
LO\V STOR AG E R AT ESI
WE INSURE YO'UR COTTON.
Receipts good as gold.
i Inquire of your local manager for
rates or address
CHAS, T. LUPSCOMB,
Secretary Standard Warehouse
Company, Columbia, S. C.
Room for your cotton.
Take no chance, but urs a safe
E. H. KIBLER,
Office formerly occupied
By Dr. D. L. Boozer,
Newberry, S. 0.
e/~' *Mae a
T HE g o *,"
pw4ees flne result. in q ay. tact.
e)wrfully and quickIy. Curges f~er ail.
0an menca reg air their lost m uoandu
el~ me n1~ee v their youthful viso*y'y
ea$nea oa IatPer,y sad nge ymoe
Wasting Di'wea'is, and effects of self-abuse or
excess and .ai~soeto, whch unilts o for|
study, business or mnarri age. I6 not only cures1
byae li 7at e at lo diase, but Is a grat
?Mok the plik gloW to pale elseeoks and re
storing the aire of youtl. Itward1s off a~
preohinr.,dIsease. Insist on hvng IEEVIVo,
'ao other. It can be earried in vest Dokt.fl
mail,.$1.00 per package, or sixfor$ .00. W
SIV free advice and counsel to all wh wish it,
with guarantee.. Oireulars free. J1dress
R IOYM. MIDICINE C0.. Marine Bidg., Oblas, lit.
GIU.DER & WBE.
D.ut to th<
large stock of Christmas
xt fifteen days. Do not
we did not have what w
at the prices we give yo
Silks Shoes, Men'
Women's Patent L
67 ets. yard. Southern Bell $2 49
Maid of Honor wor
8 ets. yard. Belmont worth $2.1
Old Ladies' Comfo
yard. Old Ladies' Comfoi
*Xennelly, worth $6
rard. Full Dress worth $
Patent Calf worth
e 78 cents yd. Patent Calf worth
A special line of
cents yard. $15.00, worth much
12 1-2 cts. yard. Men's and Boys
Shirts worth Vc
ents yard. Shirts worth 60 c
eNow is the time
13 cents yard. cut the prices.
d. Hats and caps f
CO.'S DRY GOOE
Building, just below the Smith Co. (
THE BANK OF
Capital Stock - -
Interest allowed at rate of 4 pE
Special attention to farmers'
small, none too large to enlist our
to meet and greet you. Call in.
A. G. Wise, President.
J. F. Browne, Cashier.
Board of D
N. L. Black. A. H. Hawkit
S. S. Birge. J. S. Wheele
C. P. Boozer. G. Y. Hunter
Usuol Fi l
"The longest pole knocks down the
New York. While there secured tf
cheap things (not in quality but in
about complete and we invite inspecti
sledge hammer prices, and in Dress C
from 5c. yd. to $1.50. Elegant .Ging
Checked Homespun 5c. up, Jeans, F]
line Clothing, men's, youths' and I
New York scooped lot of Boys' Clot]
This breaks all records. First lot ab<
soon. Hats and Cups, new Broadwa
the r.ewest and prettiest. Dor,t tak4
ust right. For Groceries, H1ardwvarc
Ax and Bay State Shoes, Drop HIea<
years.. -1793 old reliable Domestic Iv
r,ooo bushels Seed Red Oats, sack
Beautiful Parlor Organ, Oak, $45-4
Making 25 H UNDRED Barre
SEE FLOUR Just Received an<
Best Patent $4.35
Best H alf Pal.. 3.8E
Best Meal 80c. bus
Best Grits $1l .75 se
on All Throt
Tickets are now on Sale
For Full Information as 1
consult Nearest Southern
Gee. 0. AlIen.
Asst. Ge.ass. Agent,
Goods. We just cut
wait until goods. are
e advertised, for the
u, for the' goods we
i Ladles' and Children's.
DAther worth $8.00 for $2.59 pair.
t $225 for $1.78 pair.
5 for $1.73 pair.
t worth$1 0 for $186 pair.
t worth $2.25 for $1.85 pair.
.00 for $4.60 pair.
hern Quality worth $4.00 for 18.47 pr
D.75 for $2.97 pair.
$5.00 for $4.73 pair.
B3.75 for $2.97 pair.
%len's and Boys' Suits from $1.50 to
Shirts worth $1.00 and $1.50 at 78C.
ents for 49 cents.
ents for 43 dents.
to buy Underwear, and we have
)r Men, Boys and Ladies at cut
TY, S. C.
- - $25,000,0O
- - 12,160.00
:r cent. on time deposits.
accounts. No account too
best attention. It is a pleasure
3. Y. Hunter, Vice-President.
Hunt, Hunt & Hunter, Attys.
Is. P. B. Warner
r. J. F. Browne.
A. G. Wise.
persimmon." Just returned from
ie new things, nice things and
price). Our immense stock is
on. We can only mention a few
loods the new things, shades, etc.,
hums 5c- yd-, Homespun 5c. up.,
annel, Outings full line. Elegant
>oys', and Overcoats. While in
iing which we ofTer at 49c. suit.
>ut sold out second lot expected
y styles. In Millinery we have
our word, come and see, prices
, &c., .we lead the vaun. Battle
Sewing Machines warranted io
[achine, $65.oo kind $25-oo
ad 6oo. bu.
Is of that CHOICE TENNES
while it lasts to go at
} Every bbl.
TY, s. C.
v Sleeping Cars
edules on All
to all Winter Resorts.
o Rates, Routes, Etc.,
Railway Ticket Agent
R.W. Hunt <
Divisioi Pass. Agent.
Charleston, S. 6