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"amp RolW/ Onens, U. C. V. No. 932.
The moat hotfoVw and revered men
iit Clinton are enrolled^ from year to
year in this camp. The bonds that
unite them to each other are stronger
than death. Their soos and daughters
Jl.tve arisen te call them blessed.
The rolls of the camp show the fol
lowing n lines:
W. A. Shanda, commander
1)T. Copeland, 1st lieutenant
R. P. Adair, 2nd lieutenant
W. D. Watts, adjutant
Ji. I*. Wright, secretary
?11 L.. Wright, recrotary and treasurer
Kev. Harrison Fowler, chaplain
W. m. McCaslan
.1. F. Copelaud
D. N. Gore
John W. Little
E). ML, Henry
.). T. Copeland
J. C. Smith
,i. L, Simpson
H C. Davis
J . P. niakely
.1. A. Jone?
.> F. Pell
3, W, C. Pell.
It. J, Copeland
;?. K. Hale
"W. H. McCrary
;. It. Lynn
P 13. Ferguson
il G. Pitts
j. \V. Adair
W. Du vail
v. . A. Stone
S. F. Vance
? . A. P.oyd
.? P. Pearson
;? C. Lyles
. I,. Ferguson
j. m. Simpson
John C Davis
"? J. Dillard
A H. Davidson
S A. Philson
v/. H. Kiddle
S t. Bailey
J I. Chandler
? W. Young
i '. F. Bailey
'.' .1. Ducke?(
t 'I. Anderson
T. C. Scott
James Mc Meek in
K Y. McQuown
A Memorial Poem.
The poem was composed by Mrs. j
H. K. A. Dendy, a very talented woin
an, mother of Edltor W. J. Dendy of'
the Clinton Gazette.
While the meter and rhythm are j
irregular the poem contains pas
sages of true poetic fervor, and one
who studies Us phrases will be haunt
ed by certain of them:
Uring flowers and crown our heroes
Wreathe garlands for each head,
Then kneeliug, lowly kneeling.
Wreathe tear-drops for the dead.
Wreathe tear-drops for our heroes,
Our noble Spartan band.
Who. leaving home and all else dear,
Have died for freedom's land.
Wreathe tear-drops for our leaders,
Our gallant Edwards, .lames, and
Like lions foremost In the fight
Like lightning's flash each glance.
Wreathe tear-drops, for each noble
Must ever sleep in ciay;
In mcmoriam of our noble dead.
Our hearts must weep today.
Weep! weep for gallant Langston!
His Musgrove boys so dear.
For Williams. Hoyce. Copeland,
Hamage, Byrd, Burly.
Book. Xabors. weep:
For Braddoek. Johnson, Crawford.
But let them sleep:
Sleep Griffin, Dunlap. Mtddleton, Gra
Life's labors o'er you may rest; we
will you vigils keep.
We miss each smile, each tone. each,
noble form today,
Oh God! May we not weep; each
loved form sleeps in clay ;
Wee))! weep! but no, we may not
weep, now let each tear be dry,
We may not weep, they're gone to
join the "Armies of the sky."
j We may not weep, but memories' bells
may peal a requiem forth.
May penl a requiem for the dead of
oi>r Own sunny South.
King X- memory bells. Oh. ring as
with Ib??vie? of Are,
King for y?ifttjf gallant Owens, ring,
and for his A'.Sbie sire,
For Blakely, Butler, Outlier, McDow
ell, Young, Horton. Ivmyfleld, ring.
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? Buggies, Wagans, Harness, etc. ?
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New Furniture Store
WE are opening up a complete line of Fur
niture, Stoves and Ranges. Everything
New and Up-to-Date with Prices to suit
your pure. Our Goods are coming in almost
daily, and will have our stock complete soon.
We have the famous Leader Stoves and
Ranges. One of the best on the market.
We guarantee every one we sell. You will
find us at the store that was occupied by
"The Cooper Trading Company." We are
ready and willing to serve you, and will
appreciate your calling in to see us.
Galloway & Godfrey
Clinton, S. C.
For Craddock, Gary. Frankllu. Neil,
Henry. Simpson, Vance,
We may not weep but sing.
Then sing of Davis, Little Kay. Beard
on. Clopton, and Adair.
I^oe, James, Powell, MeCrnry, Fer
guson, Palmer, then drop a tear,
Wreathe garlands for each sleeping
form, sing for the conflict's o'er.
Each Spirit wear:, the victor's
wreath?lives, lives to die no
McKelva^v, Hutchinson and Abrains
wear the victor's wreathe of love,
Live With the happy, blest and free
in yon bright world above.
Then wreathe the rosebud, willow,
yew, with tear-drops for each form
Then turn aside and let them sleep,
"till the resurrection morn."
They're gone to join that army where,
the star cross banner waves;
Where "Great I am" sits on His
throne, and none are abject-slaves
They're gone, and we should for our
selves, the most compassion feel,
They're passed above the tyrant's
head, we at his footstool kneel.
Our mother at his footstool knelt, he
bids her there remain.
Her arms are pinioned, don't you
hear the clanking of her chains
The smoke wreathe crowns her noble
head; ashes upon her see.
But list! she's many a gallant son
'neath her Palmetto tree
Then let us not weep for our dead,
let this our watchword be.
When these, our arms, have
stronger grown, we will, we wtU
(Written for the La/die^ Memorial
Association of Hurvlcane church,
October ?">. ISM by Mrs. H. 10. A.
I Dendy t,
! BRAVE AND GALLENT
MEN OF CLINTON
(Continued from page two)
Bell, J. C. k Deep Bottom
Copeland, .1 IV. (H?ht.) Hurricane
Clopton. Boyd, d in war
Duncan, Joseph ?
McCrary, R. S., di in war. Ashley. Va.
UcCrary, John S.
Milam, Matison. k '2nd Manassas
! Nabors. Wm. R? d Ashley. Va. in war
Oxner, E. T.
jOdell. Elijah C, k Jones Farm. Va.
' Rainage, J. H.
I Ramage, Isaac w. t.. d Lynchburg, Va
Ray, W. VV? d in war
I Ray, G. R.
Ray. R. ('., k Falling Waters. Va.
Ray. John T.
Co. it.. 3rd Battalion.
Boozer, Dr. J. J.
Finley, Sid, d in prison 1SG1
Co. K 4th Battalion
Adair, Edmond E.
Wright. Jas. M? (lleut.)
Nabors. John Y.
Co. B. Jarno. Battalion.
Davis. J. M.. d in Va.
Dunlap, R. s.
j Dice. John
Co. B. 1st CaTaTry.
Little, .lohn P.
i Brown, K. II
Copeland, t. Ducket)
t: rcen, x. v. 11 lent, i
j l.i'll >, John II.
j Lenke, i w . (Capt. >
Copeland, J. II., (lleut.I
Copeland. '.. \'.
< o. A 3rd Regiment,
Griffin, w. D.. d Richmond
i Vance, s. F.
Co. V 3rd Regiment,
E'tsl, |.< libeller, I in V?.
( a. i: 3rd Regiment.
Gary, Duff d Columbia
\brants. C, B.
Co. F. Tlh <a>alr>
J Johnson. Miller
'. Monroe. I )an
W( ktnan. John
Mason. D. H,
McRlhaney, A. D.
MePs, W. F.
Xabors. J. Henry, d in war.
Copeland. Henry, d In war
Little, Hal. d Lynchburg. Va.
Xo information ahs been obtained
as to the commands in which the fol-]
lowing served, but they were all in
the war throughout Us course.
Bryson. Hump J.
Adair. W. X.
Ferguson, C. M.
Milam. J. Allen, d Winder llosp.
Vance, W. T.
Bnrksdale, H. w.
The Copeland Stone Co.
Of Fine Suits, Long Coats, Rain Coats, Walking
Skirts, Shirtwaists and Furns.
Something for Men and Boys too at attractive prices.
Come let us show you how far a dollar will go towards
doing the work of Two.
Furs at Just
No. 380??Coal. No. 3815 Skirt
k A SMART COAT SUIT
LADIES' FINE SUITS!
Ladies' Fine Suits, well made, two season
ining used throughout. Extra good values.
Suits Cut to $16.50 and
Suits Cut to 13.50 and
Long CLOAKS at CLEAN-UP Prices
THIS SEASON'S GOODS
$20.00 Long black Coats, Skinnen Satcn lined, cut to $13.50
18.00 Long black Coats, cut to
16.50 Long1 black Coats, lined and unlined, cut to
15.00 Long; blatk Coats, skeleton lined, cut to
12.50 Long* black Coats, skeleton lined, cut to
10.00 Long .black Coats, skeleton lined, cut to
Children's Ready=to=wear Dresses that will
stand the rub and the tub. Sizes from 4's to 16's.
Best line ever shown in Clinton. Prices from 50c
Men's and Boys' Department !
Thirty Dozen Men's White Shirts, made by a well known Manufacturer
to retail for $1.00 and $1.50. Comes in plain Nainsook with attached CufTs,
pleated bosom, with attached and detached, short and medium long, stiff
bosom. This is not our first lot of these Goods; so don't let the price scare
you away. Known as seconds. To go at 59 cts and 69 cts each.
One lot Men's fine soft Hats, in broken sizes.
"No Name" and "Hawes" make. Regular $3.00
Hats. Clean-up Price $2.00.
The Capeland Stone Co.
Clinton, S. C.