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RELIPS OF WAR.
Interesting and Historic Battlefields
Near thp Jamestown Exposi
Norfolk, Va., February 28.-On ac
count of the .Jamestown exposition
many veterans of the Great War wil
tread the soil of Old Virginia agaii
this summer after a lapse of fort;
odd years. They will come with
little less fire in their eyes, a litth
more halt in their foot.steps and a lit
tle more gray in their locks, neverthe
less they will come with memories a
bright and minds as keen as whi
they followed the fortunes of batti
with Grant and Sheridan or Lee an
Jackson. They will walk over th
battlefields of Seven Pines or Fai
Oaks, Cold Harbor or the Wildernes
and stop occasionally to gather u)
gray leaden bullet, a minie ball ori
rusty grape shot. Iley may, by a fit
tie search discover the point. of a bay
onet protruding from the soil or i
may be otily a buckle from a soldier'
belt with "U. S. A.'' or "C. S. A.'
emblazoned with the brassy-green o
the by-gone years.
In some places the scenes of tha
great conflict are fast becoming ob
literated by the storms of the season
as they pass, and lby the plow of th
unsentimental farmer, yet a thousan
years will not be sufficient to entirel;
destroy the great earthworks whiel
the vast armies of tile sixties thre%
up, sometimes in a single night. A
Sewell's Point, where the Jamostowi
exposition opens April 26, there ar(
huge piles of earth and fortifleation
ruinls, erected by the Confederat
forces for the defence of Norfolk am
in making the streets and boulevard
of the exposition many relies such a
pieces of cannon, eannon balls, rust3
musket.s and the like have been un.
At old JallStown), where thll
Crtimlbling. elhurech tower stanlds as th<(
sole remnant of the first En"lglish set
tlement in America, the earthwork:
(of iear thlree liuidred years ago ma.
be seen where they were thrown uy
as a defense against tile Indians
builded a little higher by Lord Corn
wallis in Revolutionary days and add
ed- ito yet mllore by McClIellanl in t h
days of' '62. At Williamsburg, a fev
m11ile"s distnii,1 fromt Jailestowi, ar(
.,;Me of tlle best reserved earthi.
works of' theit all. 1fere1 much of thi
Ori'ginlal "For. IN1a-1ruder'' stands,I
high circular eiibankment with its ne
eolilmilyill deqp m1oat. In a talngl
of blkerry hllles oni this elbank
ml1v1nt there was reeitlY discovered I
hivai of niiie-poumd lokided mortai
shells. whiclh hald lain Ilere uindis
ilued for iearly forty-five years
E'%Very:N h1ousehlold of the vommuillnit;
hIlas its 1rieliess colvectionl of battle
field relies 111urned up by tihe plow o
1niCoVe'led Y tlie frosts of winter an,
tie rains o1 summer. Here may b
Se'en some11 of tile best pre'served rifle
pits Illrown ui p du ringZ lie war. Th
rail roa~d from11 Will uiimsbu rg to New~
p)arl News enlts thr'ou'h (onet of tiles
lunge eart hworks abhout a mile out o
At Yorkt own t here may be see
to be "just
C olumb s,S.O.
traces of the famous redoubts thro,
up by Cornwallis and in which he I
i too much confidence. Newer and m<
extensise earthiorks appear there
so, menentoes of the Peninsular-co
paign of the Civil War. At Pete
burg, a thousand men might yet fi
shelter in the "Crater," the Bali
I lava of the Civil War, where so ma
k brave lives were sacrificed. All ab(
Richmond, the Confederate capit
are signs of the city's defense in I
days which tried souls of men. I
Sbankinents, trenches, redoubts, ril
pits and fortifleations of every ki
s dot the landscape, especially to I
cast and north of the city. Simil
e earthworks abound all over Virgii
j from Manassas to Appomattox and
a will not be didililt for the old vet,
r ans of the blue and the gray to I
s their bearings as they traverse I
senles of their battles of long ago.
The Jainetown exposition prom
. es to serve many useful purposes
- the country at large and not the lei
t of these will be the bringing togetl
3 of the soldiers of the North and I
' soldiers of the South in closer co
E pact and fraternal *friendship. 1
lapse of years has healed the wou
t of passion and at the Jamestown I
- position the old soldiers will gatl
5 at the ''Building of the Blue and t
Gray Veterans'' and will fight thi
battles o'er again without a so
r blance of the animosity of forn
OUR WASHIGKTON LETTER,
1Social Equality of Races-The Re
roads and the People.
I Special Cor. Herald and News.
Washington, Feb. 28.-Southe
men in Washington regret that W.
B. DuBois, the negro professor of .
lanta, saw fit in his recent address
New York to use language calculat
to justify mixed marriages and to c
courage those of his race who adN
cate social equality. According
l'rofecsors Bulois a mixture of r
grblood with white has been i
> sponsible for the genius of many
Ithe great men of history. He i
staneed such ' well-known mix
- bloods as Alexander Dumas, Tot
saint 1'Ouvertulre, Ira Aldridge, al
1red Douias and ien claimied mi
ed bood for three mIenl who are n
- enerally credited with having h
ne.ro blood-lobert Browning, Ak
i ander Millon., and Laew Wallaece.
President W. W. Finley 's p
- talk to the representatives of t
i-right and issenger departIner
r of the Southern railway at Atlau
- O i Febiraiy 11 is of intere., to t
general public as well as to the in
to whoim it was delivered. There
-a widely prealenlt opinion that rn
r road oflicials seldom consider the
I lerests of the people along their lin
D It is significant, therefore, to fil
- Mr. Finley telling his subordinal
e that t hey have dnt ies to the public
- well as to thle railway and that ''
e serves the railway best who sern
I? I le pmubic best.'
is was the keynote of Mr. F;
ley s address in which lie dwelt up
The unprecedented popu
ERS' BONE fertilizer h~
tors to advertise Fish Gua
as good." FARMER
1 Guano, and, to prevent be
id be sure that our trade-nu
:nly guarantee that you are
MVacde with PFiu
F. 8. ROYSTER GUtANI
vn the identity of. intore.0- q,-the rail
lut way and the public. 'fl4 looks for
ire ward to the building ' the 'South
Id- ern railway through th lding up
Vi- of the comminities 'al it's lines,
es- and, after speaking ' 4j0il of the
oLd peculiar duties of the ,7 of the
k- freight and passenger de*. tments to
UY the public, he said.
ut "As representatives of the South
al, ern Railway 6ompany you should
he bear in mind at all titiaes the basic
in- fact that the interosts-oftie railway
1e- and of those served by it are identi
ad cal and that they are insePrably in
he terwoven. The railway.an prosper
ar only as a result of the Prosperity of
IIa communities by which the demand for
it transportation is inereased, and the
3r- prosperity of the South ean continue
let and can be brought to the highest
he posssible level only through.'adequate
and efficient transportati4th facilities.
is- At. the present time, when every ef
to fort is being made to supply addi
ist tional facilities and more efficient
ier serVices, nothing is more important
lie than that the truth of this proposi
m- tion should be realized by men in all
'he lines of business. When once this
is identity of interests is thoroughly un
x- derstood the railroads of the South
er and the people will be brought to
he gether in more harmonious co-opera
nir tion for the developmen,t of the nat
in- ural resources of the South and for
er the expansion of all lines of industry.
The men in the freight and passen
ger departments are in a position to
do much to bring about this mutual
good understanding and this harmon
ii- ious co-operation for the upbuil3ing
of the territory traversed by the lines
of the company. Your careful atten
tion to the wants of the people and
rn your considerate treatment of every
E. -nwe having business ,with the road
t- will serve as a constant object. lesson
inl of its interest in the individuals and
Dd communities along its lines. My per
n- sonal experienice convinces ic that
0- the people as a rule are fair-minded
to and when fully informed can be re
e- lied upon to deal justly with the
C- transportation interests.'
of Another point in Mr. Finley's ad
n- dress that. deserves special mention is
.d his insistence that the laws must be
Is- strictly observed. He said:
id ''Of even more importance than'a
X- earet'ul observanlice of duties plresc'ib
L ed by the company is obedience to
ilaw. Many of the relhtions between
X- the railways and the public are now
regulated by federal and state stat
utes, and every official and employee
,n of the Southern Railway 'ompany
lie must understand that its business af
t' fairs pre to lye conducted at. all times
La in strict accordance with the laws of
lie the land. No transaction or practice
en1 that is forbidden by the laws can be
15 permitted, and as I am sure you all
i- understand, there must be no resort
n to evasion of any kind.'
James S. McCarthy.
s A woman always speaks of her
as servant in thme plural, even wh'1en she
hanta single onie.
nm- Everybody is always. trying~ to
an make umoney wimthout earinii. it.
[arity of Royster's
is induced some of
no, claiming theirs
S' BONE is the
ing Imposed upon,
rk ison every bag.
getting the genuine
Will start at theS DryO odCl store n
We cross beloW eve hody e e' p 6cein1d' cut
core. In ordero 6o for spring gq :we 6
Nine Black.9tA1t* k $4 69 suit.
Four Dark 0k*y.,la 4 2.00 for $5.9 suit.
Six Dark tr00 $69 suit.
Six Dark .69 suIt.
Six Dark Brown t 1 fo.48 suit.
Three Dark Blue wor'1 . 69m suit.
Four Dark Green worth$11.60 for .97 suit.
Six Navy Blue worth $150 for $7.8 suit.
89 Boys' Suits, all oqlofis, *6ith .2.50 for $1.98 suit.
9 Boys' Suits, A colors, wrth $1.0 for 98c. suit.
10 Boys' Suits, Alolors, worth $200 for $1.24 suit.
7 Boys' Suits, all colors, worth $8.50 for 2.99 Ault.
5 Boys' Suits, all colors, worth $6.00 for $.49 suit
We also have about 25 Ladies' Jackets left ov
hei. Now Is th. timne to gt your bargains, an(
THE ,SMI1TH 1
Moneg is.at No Co
To Hease .1
IS OUR AIM A
We make friends of our customers
Transient trade is all right for a su
s the foundation of a business. Thl
We sell for prices that attract the
ind our fair and square treatment h(
:>f the statement that "There is no F
iad better try and get along without
We have many customers who have
ind all will tell you the
A cheerful thing about losing mon- DRAWING
y on a bet is how much more it Notice is hereby gi
Would lave been if you had given undersigned Jury Co
At to your wife to buy a hat.-New Newberry County, S.
V-ork Press. ofilce of the Clerk of
County at nine o!elot
A Humane Appeal. 9th., 1907, openly an
A humane citizen of Richmond, Ind, the names of thirty
Ir. U. D. Williams, 107 West Main St., shall serve as Petit J
"I appeal to -all persons with ial Term of Court
weak lungs to take Dr. King's New .
Diseovery, the only remedy that has n which will co
elped me and fully comva up to the ry Court House, Momn
proprietor's recommendation.'' It saves 1907, and continue fc
rnore lives than all other throat and *
ung remedies put together. Used as a Jno
sough and cold cure the world over. W
Jures asthma, bronchitis, croup, whoop- Jno,
ng .cougni, quinsy, hoarseness, and Jury Commissioners
>hthisie, stops hemorrhages of the
ungs and builds them up Guaranteed
it W. E~ Pelham & Son's Drug'Store. 3t..
'Oc. and $1 00. Trial bottle, free. __________
When a man gives up drinking for
year it's a sign that if it lasts a
veeQk he will think he is a wvonder.
Health in the' Canal Zone.
The high wages paid make it a migh
y temptatiofi to our young artisans to
oin the force of skilled workmenD I
eeded to construct the Punama Canal -
&any are' restrained however by the
ear of fevers and malaria. It Is the N?
:nowing ones-those who have used A N
Clectric Bitters, who go there without
his fear, well knowmng they are safe
rom malarious influence, with Elec
oison too, biliousness, weakness and
:11 stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
luaranteed by W. E. PE lham & Son's
A woman 's idlea of a happy hioli
lay for lier husband is taking her to
pend thme day with her-relatives.
The Touch That Heals.
s the touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve.Su ni.
'the happiest combination of Arnienth
lowers and healing balsams ever com..or
>ounded. No matter how old the sore ai
>r ulcer is, this Salve will cure It. For
urns, scalds, cuts wounds or piles it's . FrBid
in absolute cure. Guaranteed by Y. E.FrBun
'elham & Son's .Druggists. 25c. Fr or
When a woman has -thick 'anklesGe.o e f
tis because she slipped and sprain
md thoem when she wvas:a girl. .
Lot,bewen .8 p i.,y S uppa l es th e
Ga aindbyfniga . e t un d of
LosIA; at and Fond -' Ct B e A
a caine yedn at W ..aFnt
Pehm&Sn' r tf abxo r
)S CUT SA LE
xt S ur4y, and Will continue two week
or ces onA Men's and Boys' Clothing to th
Mens -Odd Pants.
9pOs of fine.0.00 Pants for $8.98 pair.
of Pato for. $2 pair.
0aitoUllne $ 80 Pants $2.48 p
Spao 2.50 Pants for $1.98 pair.
10 paire Nak !Ue $.50 Pants fori $.98 pair.
10 pairs eNavy Blue 2.50 Pants for $1.9 pair.
X1 Paitstllak $2.50.Pants for $198 pair.
11 Pairs Na4vy Blue $3.50.Pants'fdr $2.48 pair.
17 pairs"Orey and rown $2.00 Pants for $1.89 pair.
15 pairs all colors $1.50 Pants for 98c. pair.
18 Palft 0ll colors $1.25 jants for 87c. pair.
-30 pairs All colots $175 Pants for $1.28 pair.
16 paIrs heivy Jeans $1.25 Pants for 87c. pair.
er which we will sell at cost. Come and se
I the place to get them is at
and customers of our friends
perstructure, but steady custo
it's what we have worked for.
most economical housekeeperl,
lds them. Doing this we dispose
riendship in Business." A man
.customers than without friends.*
traded here for the past 20 years
TRADE IS AT
it Bargain Palace.
JURY. NOTIOE or ELEOTION.
ien that we, the .I
msn e, for Notice is hereby given that the
minissioners for Town Council of Newberry, S. C.
C., ill at the vill hold an election on Wednes3ayP
Court for said Y
k A. M., March March .6th, 1907, at 8 o'clock P. M.
draw for the purpose of electing one po
l men,bli whao licenian, at a salary of $40.00 per
rosix ae a o S month. Application must be in hand.
>f General Ses- writing of applicant, and filed wit
ene at Newber- (the clerk of the Town Council by
lay, March 25th, I o7clok on the evening of March 6t
r one week. I'
L. Epps, For fur4her information apply to
. W. Cromer, the clerk and treasurer.
C. Goggans, A. T. Brown, Mayor.
for Newberry . Eug. S. Werts,(
County. City Clerk.
uves and F.uriiture,
D BEST PRICES
ts & Samplei
LOAN ANDliNVESTMENT Co
a best Facilities
i oney at a Profitable Rate of Interest:
ng by lustalinent:
wing oney on Real Estate.
And Be onvinced of its VaY
ns'of your Saving Money and accumujg
hat will buy Land or Build a House.
LOAN AND INVESTMENTGO
JMES N . McCAUJOHRIN,
NS$ts.,Newberrv. SE C.