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From ti'.e issue of May 4. lSt'.r., of
the Herald, we reproduce the following:
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terview with our old Captain?now
colonel?I. F. Hunt, of the 13th S. C.
Regiment. Colonel Hunt is at home
on parole, and is looking well, considering
the ordeal through which he
has lately passed.
We regret the necessity which forces
upon us a temporary suspension
of the Herald. It will be but for a
few days, we hope. In the meantime,
should any important news be brought
in an extra will be issued. Xo mail
going out from here for an indefinite
time, and the excitement prevailing,
consequent upon the surrender, to
gether 'with the transit of troops
through this town, and the lack of
anythink like news of a raliable character,
are tbe reasons assigned for
our suspension. We trust that in a
short time quiet will be restored, and !
our people, know what is expected
of them, and what is to be done, and
that business will be restored.
lfciid on Greenville Train.
The particulars we learn are as follows:
The up passenger train of -Monday,
was stopped within a half mile of
Williaraston, by a party of radiers, supposed
to be Kirk's. Immediately as
the command was given, the train was
stopped, and as the engine was reversed
the train was fired upon, but
fortunately 110 one was injured. As
ascertained, tJhere were but 15 men
seen. Watches were called for and
soon changed hands. The train was
then fired, and together with the en
gine totally consumed. We regret to
learn that our Postmaster, Mr. S.
Kinard, General Superintendent, J. B.
Lassalle, engineer Jones, conductor
Walsh, bagage master Brazil and i
Messrs. Burns, Seigler and Jack Wilson
were" captured, and taken toward
"We believe that this section, will
not be visited by them. Laurens we
are told was not injured, the depot
was set on fire by some drunken fellows
but the fire was extinguished
by the raiders. It is said that Greenville
sustained no injury by fire.
j Greensboro, April 29, 1865.
Commanding Officers, Chester, S. C.
Gen. Johnston desires you will publish
the following order:
Unattached men and officers of the
army, and officers of the navv, within
the country of the Chattahoochee,
may also accept the terms of the convention.
H'd Q'rs Army of Tenn.
Near Greensiboro, N. C., April 27,
General Orders No. 18.
By the terms of a military convention
made on the 26th, by Maj. Gen.
W_ T. Sherman. I*. S. A., and Gen.
J. E. Johnston, C. S. A. The officers
and men of this army are to bind
themselves not to take up arms against
ihe United States until properly relieved
of their obligation, and shall
receive guarantee from the United
States, against molestation by the
united states authorities so long as
they observe that obligation and tbe
laws in force where they reside.
For these objects, duplicate muster
rolls will be made immediately and
after distribution o: the necessary
.;>apers the troops will march under
v iheir respective officers to the State,
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The object of this convention is pacification
to the extent of the authority
of the commanders who made it.
Events in Virginia, which brake
every hope of success by war, imposed
upon the general the duty of sparng
the blood of the gallant ar.ay, and
saving our country from farther devastation
and our people from ruin.
( Signed) J. .E. Johnston..
Headquarters, Milt. Div. Miss.
in the Meld, Kaieign, April Zt,
.Special Orders (Field) Xo. 35.
TT'he general commanding announces
m further suspension-of h-ostilities, and
> final agreement with Gen. Johnston
vhich terminates the war as to the
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runes untie* aii> cuuimauu <a.uu liic
ountry east of the Chattahooche. '
''opies of the terms of the convention
vill "be furnished Major Generals
'c.hofield, Gilmore and Wilson, who
re especially charged with the ex
ution of its details in North Carona,
the department of the South, and
t 'Macon and Western Georgia.
Capt. Jasper Myers, Ord. Dept't U. S.
; hereby designated to receive the
' ms, &c? at Greensboro; and any ,
>mmanding officer of a post may re?ive
the arms of any detachment and
see that they are properly stored and
of Pape r.
le Tri-Weekly Herald, Pub:n
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j accounted for.
J Gen. Sehofield will procure at once
'lie necessary blanks and supply the
army commanders, that uniformity
may prevail and great care must be
taken that the terms and sitpulations
on our part be fulfilled with the most
scrupulous fidelity, whilst those imposed
on our hitherto enemies be received
in a spirit becoming a brave and
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gtUfcTUUS cli lll.v . .rt.il> v<Jin manual mai
:at once loan to the inhabitants such
o:' the captured mules, horses, wagons
and vehicles as can be spared from
immediate use. And ihe commanding
general of armies may issue provisions,
animals, and any public sup-!
plies that can be spared to relieve
present wants and to encourage inhabitants
to renew their peace.ul pursuits
and to restore th^ relation of
friendship among the fellow citizens
and countrymen. j
Foraging will forthwith case, and
when necessary long marches compel
the taking of forage, provisions, or I
any kind of private property, com- j
?in 1? 3- xl ?*. I
pensauon win ue maue 011 me spot, |
or when disbursing officers are not j
present, and officers are not provided
with funds, vouchers will be given in
proper form, payable at the nearest
By Order of Maj. Gen. W. T. Sherman,
This is eminently the period when
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an ^iiuuiu luutuaiij aocioi aim
encourage eaci other. A generous spirit
of forbearance is worthy of cultivation,
and a little patience, at the
same time, cannot but redound to the
welfare of all. The distracted state
of the currency is a serious evil and
must entail some suffering. Still this
is not immedicable, and we are - to
know that movements are on foot to
alleviate anything like distress or
privation among the masses. Our
wealthier citizens are contributing and
will continue to contribute liberally.
The government store houses are being
emptied of their contents to succor
o.ur returning braves. The city
council will, in a few days issue
change notes, which will rapidly grow
into general circulation. In a word, a
wholesome system of relief is being
inaugurated which cannot fail to bear ;
abundant fruit. Aull that is necessary !
to maintain peace is a cheerful de
termination on the part of those who
have provision to assist those "who
need; upon the part of the needy to
reciprocate the good feeling manifest- j
ed for their benefit and support. We
look forward to a healthy reaction before
many days have elapsed, and in
the interim, beg our fellow citizens '
to havp faith hr>n#> anri r.haritv p?
pecia'lly the greatest of these, whicth.1
Eve and Mary Compared.
Tie most extraoridnary women tha-'
ever appeared in this world were,
unquestionably Eve, "the mother of all
'living," and Mary, "the mother of!
Jesus Christ." They occupied res- 1
pectively the highest stations, and the ,
most critical points of time that ever
fell to the lot of mortals; and they
exhibit an instructive coiistrast. Eve
lived at the beginning,\ and Mary at
the "fulness of time." Eve saw the
glories of the new made world, after
Creative Wisdom had pronounced it
"all very good," and before sin had :
tarnished its beauty and disarranged
its harmonies. Mary beheld it rising
from the ruins of the fall, at tr.e
moment of its renovation, and at the i
dawn of its happiest day. Eve was ;
placed in the most glorious and con- i
spicuous situation, and fell into a state
of meanne-ss and degradation Mary was
of lowly station, but was raised by a
signal appointment of Providence, to
rVio Viiorlirurt- am in An n-o c? i
s-j * v- >> ao av,v,co
sory to the ruin of man?Mary in- j
strumental in the birth o: Him who
came as the Restorer and Savior of
mankind. Eve beheld the fatal curse
first take effcct, in overcasting the
heavens with clouds, in withering the '
blossoms of Paradise, enlivening the
bpiin u. uie auuucu uitr?uiuu, uisux dering
the human frame, and ultimately
destroying it, the introducing |
all the nameless diversities of woe
which fill up the tragedy of human
life. Mary witnessed the beginning
of that long series of blessings which
divine love has for ages dispensed to
man "through thp rfd^mntinn that is
in Christ Jesus,"' and which will even- j
tually replenish the cup of existence
with unmingled sweetness and per-'
lfect joy. Eve witnessed, with a
trembling consciousness of guilt, the ,
awful descent of those mighty "cher- '
ubims, and a flaming sword which
turned evcrv way. to keep the way of I
the tree of life," and which "were
placed at the "East end of the Garden :
of Eden." Mary, with felings of ecsta- (
tic rapture, beheld the angel Gabriel
I'linu- !><-!'or-- h- v. vv I ill tin smiles
of hea on upon his countenance, card
, his bo'iedic; ions, and hr-ld "communion
s\ve< ." wii : liic holy messenger.
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\ iivwaru i> waned.
For t;i<- apprehension of .John. ;;
nulatto boy. IN years old. about 4 foet.
in inches high. and small for his a^e.
Also for Jack, about the same asro and
height but heavier built, ancPfor Mose,
about 4"> years old. "> -feet, 6 or S inches :
ihi<rli 14 o li?wl nn n ill in rria r I will
give $100 for each boy, or $300 for
the three; or if proven that they are !
harbored or led away by a white man, j
a reward of $500 will be given.
j 'May 4, 20?4t Ninety Six, Depot,
i I am authorized by the mayor of I
Columbia to hire wagons, and pay for 1
I them in salt, to haul provisions from
Newberry depot to the sufferers in
Columbia, who are in a most desti-1
tute condition. Call on
!Mav 2 10 A. Harris
OF FRISCO'S SHOW
Hte Exposition Will oe Held Despite
the War.?Bryan Settles Question.
w asnington, Sept. L'4.?Formal an- |
nouncement was made by Secretary f
Bryan today that there would be no !
postponement of the Panama-Pacific '
exposition at San Francisco. Xo for- j
eign nation, the secretary said, has!
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given notice ot its intention to with-;
draw on account of the European |
Mr. Bryan's statement follows:
"There will be no postponement of j
the Panama-Pacific International ex- j
position. It will open, according to the j
original plan, on February 20, 1915. j
The government has received official i
notice from 37 foreign governments
of their intention to participate in t-e ;
exposition and no foreign nation has
given notice of its intention to withdraw
on account of the war. In addi-!
tion to the official acceptances, the ex-!
position received assurances from
committees of four nations t-at the
people of those nations would participate.
Among these committees were :
two formed in Great Britain and Ger-t
monv VoitVior nf thncp r>J?tir>nc li;ar1
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given notice of government participa-,
France and Italy to Stick.
"The government of France and
Italy have given notice that they, will ;
proceed with their plans for participa- j
tion, notwithstanding the disturbed ;
conditons in Europe.
"The European nations which have j
given nonce 01 participation are i
France, Italy, Aus?na-Hungarv, Por- :
tugal, Sweden, The Netherlands, Den- j
mark, Greece, Norway and Turkey, and j
Spain has recently advised this gov-'
ernment that it intends to participate, j
"Twenty-nine other nations in LatinAmerica
have given notice of partici- |
pation, and many of them are' at work !
on their buildings.
Probably All States.
"Forty-six States of the Union have
arranged lor participation in the expo
sition. The other States are at work 1
on plans for participating in the fair, j
One of the South American govern- |
ments has increased the amount of its
appropriation for the exposition since
the war began, and all of them are
alive to the opportuntiy for extending
their commerce with the United States
through the utilization of the-exposi-:
"The department of State has directed
the diplomatic corps to advise all
'foreign governments that the exposition
will not he postponed."
DEPUTY ASSISTS W03IA> THIEF
Carries Ba^ Containing: Loot Tliken
Sfc. Louis Dispatch to Philadelphia j
"Uncle" Lou Stevens, deputy con- j
stable of Central towns-hip, St. Louis j
county, who constantly seeks an op-;
port-unity to be polite to women, un- i
knowingly helped a woman thief to /
escape with loot taken from guests j
of the DeLuxe hotel in University city !
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ortlUi ua v 1115111,. one uiu nut rvnuw
she was being assisted by an officer.!
The woman, who was young and 1
pretty, rented a room in the ;:otel that i
afternoon.. She carried a large hand- =
bag, which was ail the baggage she !
had. Soon aiter she was shown to
her room and left alone she made'
a tour of her neighbors' apartments.1
several aresses anu many sumu ar- i
tides, including jewelry, were taken
from the guests' rooms and deposited ;
in the bag. Then she disappeared
by the rear way, lugging the heavy j,
grip to a street car, which she
. At the outskirts of Clayton she
alighted from the car and passing the
Stevens home inquired where she
could hire an automobile. "Uncle"'
Lou saw a chance to help her and 1
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Utilizing the stupendo
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we will pay 1
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J. T. May
carried the hag to a garage for her.
On the way the woman told the officer
she believed a young man fol
lowing lier, trying to flirt. The man
was an officer on her trail. He arrived
a few minutes after DeputyConstable
Stevens had woved her a
good-bye as she sped away in the
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF XEWlBERRY.
By C. C. Schumpert Probate Judge.
"Whereas, Thomas Duckett Copeland
made suit to me to grant him letters of
administration of the estate and ef
ms? Own Story
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shed in this newsvn
here in pictures.
us and spectacular Selig
>f wild beasts?all in action.
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is Is the Heroine
; this event.
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;il October 1st
Oc per pound
lling cotton on
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fects o: Lucinda Caroline Mqseley
These are therefore, to cite an dadmonish
all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Lucinda Car
j oline Moseley deceased, that they be
i and appear before me, in the court of
i probate, to be held at Newberry, S.
! C., on September 30th., next, after
j publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
! the forenoon, to show cause, if any
I tVmv Vior'o whv fhr> csirl nrlrnin 1 <;trn
I tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 10th, day
of September, Anno Domini 1914.
C. C. Schumpert,
J. P. N. C.
P r o g r a m m. e ^
Week Beginning September 29
TITSIUV. SEPTEMBER 29. 1914 A
The Cross of Crime ... Lubin
The False and the True - Yitaerraph
Who's Boss Lubin
WEDNESDAY, SPTEMBEK 30, 1914.
The Doom of Duty - - ? Lubin i
A Modern Samson - - - Edison fl
[The Flaw in the Alibi - - -Kalem
(Two reels.) ^
THl RSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914
i .. The Old Maid's Baby - Vitagraph
John Bunny and Flora Finch)
The Opals Curse - - Bioerapli
.Making Steel Kails ... I'atlie
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914
. The Riffht of Way - - -Yitagraph
(Vandyke Brooks and Norman Talmage.)
The Gap Edison
(Sixth adventure oi The Man "Who
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914
The Goat ----- Biogrraph
T3ie Walko Sisters - - - -Lubin
The Smiaw's Revenee - Kalem
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1914
i In Tuiie With The Wilds - - Seli?
(TFhree reels.) A
(This is the story that has just been m
running in The Herald and News- j
Don't fail to see the picture.) m
I Nervous? |
JV|I Mrs. Walter Vincentf
\ of Pleasant Hill, N. C., [Sr i
Igd writes: "For three sum- \
V* mers. I suffered from pSS
; ?l nervousness, dre ad fuI I?
pallia in injr uav,\ auu
/gjJ sides, and weak sinking
j* J spells. Three bottles of
Cardui, the woman's
tonic, relieved me entire- ,
yV ly. I feel like another
@| person: now." [(?)
I, Porrliii i
^ The Woman's Tonic ,
for over 50 years,
Cardui has been helping pQ5 _ '
@1 to relieve women's un- (?
M necessary pains and
building weak women up
t health and strength.
yP It ?vill do the same for j
@1 you, if given a fair trial.
C A '4 uroil kl<4 WA/YAM
OU, UUI1 I wail. UUL OCglll
taking Cardui today, for [(g)
I its use cannot harm you,
V and should surely do you R5
YOUR CORN WILL VANISH
in a lew* aays n you wm use uui cuiu
cure as directed. And going to the
other extreme our scalp lotion will
remove dandruff just as quickly and
effectively. Those are only two of
the good things to De naa at tms
drug store. We'll tell you the others '
if you ask.
Mayes' Drug Store
Phone 133. dewberry, S. C.
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