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U. A ULL, "iC .
LOOKS LMICH WAl.
Tho latest, advices Irom washingto,
indicate very strongly that war will
Spa1v le inevitable.
Spain, however, hase cancelled her, re
quOst for the recall of Gen. Lee fi-o:1
G'en. Ivee when asked 1bolit, it .e
plivd: "I Fhall continuo. to do ily duty
whichi Is to guard A lmrioan intei't.
The governuent, Is for unate in ha i1
Gen. 1 M! inl Cub:l.
Coalgress ias inade il appropri:atio
of -%I ,00),OO0.O0) for t l t io1al (1ef00n100,
\'ar preltral lons aie active and tho t
who have thithght there wwuhi he in
War1 n,W bogill to believo it i.s inovila
Wv seid out this week a ""ood 1in1,a
extr-a copi,-,, of Tie Iieraid rnt Nex.s
If youl receive at vop\y and you Airo not ;I
Sub..cribler this is anl invitaition to yol
to let the paper h e a Vkitor itt yo11
ho:no t wive a week at the s ,iull sun ol
$1."0 a N.ea r. \Ve will ie cr e satis
fied until Tht, HIera'i -,': N \, ri-av'whi
every home inl N''whwrl y C<,.ntyv. \\k
:-"!' tcd olit his t year, top 1;, url
1.11. W' fell "hort vely :1 few t'iit-opt
\\'e n10w w,ailt tO rearb :c b4 4 t dlid
(If t liis v..a .
If \oa wa t the t'in wile i i.., no -
and llIhecwws S01nd 11 a oI-1ta, A.-d
ai, d tell lis It( r'"1 1, .ni nu i .' . ;
If you (it lit: %atIiIb. .-hIth r
Ilk no he ar"O for. this. ));I me p thal
yon exam)Inl m:t -ai,t
In f C:. 01nt ,' t h
can'.t' 4.' Nta-.'I
' .Ir It was' ' n' en y p
it wa. v
an.body ist n t e
iffoer, b .u j i;m b- with
ha l ntoil i ul . 1 th( e it. r w -i ltit'i.t.
lai n the l t, me fl Me. IM lit ril
vlaik) payho t the1111a,v", i h, buil
in b' y te I-'Idernli h ie s t a
lon r an i hard 11i 1ht, 111 A t l all 1
The vouirt Iilt. we.-k pss,uu
ane inmite- il to nn.. sI'pe al tin ti1
tne',out ofav e nm o'm't lof lihi)?.
i s ne S. o
:1,0 il T1' (Il.. m oT : 1t w - : if.
TIe oitr \vmn liod a
sal t\l' ii O l ai tity 2 toli u 12'i !n,.ttup
No' 1. ii'' $.:l.:: l'ly;kin, ', n$ i55 j \ 1)
d Tll'. Wif the 10t i ni g S te w il i-,
1h4)1 \'est ii 'ii i , fn ii<llay O fof t s m (
ll'S deiver :of nh e --t the -,s.te'is t n nt,i
fr .sin llel 11li e.CIHih l d h inhn - i.'
nt Le nil vat thato t imt de'ie 1('.. tteo b
v is Chilesntto. fte oth
Th' Sout(I'Iher (l4iliwayg ll roiil at
.30elin tai nn' tha h Str m fC t
datiulnipahng alesr.:r Lily NBllk
afterShc 1uo'theeivnd -.w Janlonai'
abA n ' l c . Ir
"4n s'o ih a t.r
Th atsfr h rma4
ow ronjoi1t,in .
A 11ons1titutlon Adopted--Thn AtImidanst
Tho attondanco at tho Cotton Grow
ors' Association yesterday was not, 1i
largo as It should havo been. It seenI
hard tf) in1teel0st tho farmers iII an
tuoveinct that I f'ev frot politic:
and lias Only their welfare for its mit1
objeet. Chairman It. T. C'. Iltnter
however, ist deeply inlter-ested iI the.
movement Itanid hias th sUcking qua11li
ties aid does not intedll that It shall
fail as long as he enn get ItIyoie t
help htimt pushl it aog
There I,- no reasonl why the farmervi-t
"hould not or-kganilze. I n fact., t heve arc
In uiyy good rIasons why the fairmer-6
should orgalliz'. and work for their
Chairman It. 1'. . lHunter ca'led ilte
lilett itti to orde' alod read t Ile resig n
lion of I. 1f. (-t'vte kmr, .r., ''.;q., as
secrectary. ()in muotioni. his resignIationl
was,I ne000pted. The treatsurer. E 1
.ull. was tIlso ittde secretary.
Ix.tters were teI in reply to the
I-esolitions sent our, Congrressnvol froil
Senator Tillain, (otigressmien I,ali
mar. Wikson. TJalbert and Norton. The
l tttI! w vete r citc i %. as i:' o-IItat ioI
'hii Iman lIlu Iter .tateI t hat. Ie
t li II,1ht tht' o'gan11 iat itI shoIld have'
I onti t t I tiol. so I Iat thw-w who joinl
Imly knw]it . w hat tOhey ire joinillg. Tle,
een-ituion that was; printe'I in Tho
Heorald and NewI in J111anuaY anId pro
po ed by v Mr. 1111ntolr was Ir"adl. amlenld
cd and :dopted. as follows:
.\ ir .1: 1. ''lh . name (if t his asso
ciation "hall ie the Newberry ('1nty
Colton ;rowers' P'rolective A.'socia
.\1,wr. 1 '. Thel objlit. )f this ats-iocia
tion -)aIll Ile t edi.'-ie tile cotlon
kt'wers If NCwir\ ('nunty an tot heir
rights and -lutt ies, ::0 to dhoviso wavs
mll, liilan., f'w "l e inl Ioenileit of their
.\ . IlI. We adopIt tilr h' principiCs
1nn Ckn , v hIy the alsociatioiI at its
n i N cinl}Illis. Teltn. I)e etiber
I T li tadl to c Iary thlm outItt, we
a iv I. by Ith kIrouolIt-- h Izi oro till
C -' ; 1n i nt lit' k ill th ie a fi
t '. i':n i h o n y,t n t l
1 ' I:nl in a r t ctTort t o
I t :1 0! . La t I kf I ,i oll et h V0.11r
teo tIIb a v ina is Icnure a fair
0v e Vre 1,3 lver. gro we4r. TI,
't itin h l t I o a 1 -t i ItN i -
ioin:', .tt lie er l oal po! iti'oi. and will
p tn t n1, p0r-"I to1 Il -j % i t for per onal
ad vanlcmenl Ir i purely pol it ical 111-i
I . I T( t t I .is ( III I ition shtIl it I.
abt e all, Wv Ii 'I-to t ta h t, vount v toton
I . To rt. o l' l i .e-4 t of' prodi t h ill of
2. To pract N'h the prieil.les of thrift
ailil econloni y, l it- h 1 nal t him to s
aI dt' ; L anld mak1tv fis totton at real
.f '. T 'o Ina ali ll Iis. own dut l at
homne, t' o th e VId 1t a41 t 1 1--01i \ t he'[
produm-ed may hl e all h I is o i- sm.
-1. To I hold h is t Ii op each year. i ntie
i vll soll it It I be(t id I tog e
a. Tol tuih'Vi factis foetmanufadr
at 111 tittn lioods to ar gthe 'ot o f lihls,
so t:'ha h. mayI recive1 telresti re
the hiouwiigi cmrkton mall lbei up .
-\ i T d \s'.si inThis issoiation,al elept.
it lI to r tlirt' who t''shallt htod i olh- itw
.\ tt'r. \'i. ' it r ishahite ain ex ctive
tetnuneu' itte o ilntiiit fimber i(OIeleofe
byit heti tontip a-soi ationad f
iri'n by the Nounty i'o asoit io ns'
Ai~' IT \ili.It ditalol beth uti te
lA'i'nt t. ' nido ae t allmeins of hecItlt
I it'liiaoniitin an ito t'cin1uet thel buhe
iS1 Mat uoding to ithei~' ne i'pted rule ofy
byar'. ' e ent u-g amltiItiil the i -
mAnts . the 'l constit i ay
AiiT.n i \'11 ItWhau be ttet of tho
A 'hr.bI V 11(h furtyof thei t reasureri
eetdings aof jOte iciato,ndc t
Iteus From Maybitoi.
Miss Anit1 Maybin. one of N aybhil
ton's Iost popula young ladles, wh<4
hias been visiting bor sster, Aiis. I[itif
Itere, nearl st,. 11'h1lip'),, ham returniei:
bmine, much, to ti,h divlighit of hie
Mr11. S. A. Jeter and famlilly, of L.only
Lale, visited .\Mr. .1 . P" Collohi's famlill.%
Mliss itanniv EIpl s li-. returned fronm
a pleasant visit to relat.ives at elile
and Heth I"dden.
iMr. 1liawoodi lardy. who mioved witil
his fattherl lo HIsmoa solmo timfe agv,
has retillrned to his old hiomi l i ire
and Vil! "pull the h1i cord" this yar
and look after II:; ll"IZs anti elhains.
Mirs. 11. S. IHardy Ilas gone to Glenn
Sprillgs oil blsititness.
MIiss Annic E:pps 1.tilhned last week
fI'oil it prolonged visit to relatives inl
('olumlbia. Th ivhart that was suld
detei by her departure is gladdeitd by
N11r. Ilt)h I Irovk andit( fail y hmve
WnOVOd fromt thll!( ()b enl I Ivlill n ommu i
ty to Nir. 11ayn1 Nie* C kOr ken'i .
Mir. iernice Wilson, of Newherry,
vi.i ted friends in these parts riecently.
We see in tIho New E-:va that i r. .1. 1).
I'.II Sr. I as b II pp init Ud suitpe I v IserV
of registralionl for U'nion County
"Ibam( lmor" silys (he Wdding
bolb. will ring in ''layhiniton in tit! nel
fatiulrA.. If it, he true tho \'hitmire
dudo 1 m 1 iut just "gvil i nd endure it,"
and rumviber.. "1she's not t.he only Nl
hWe on the bt-ach."
ar. .hllis -'pps its rcturn'd hIlomle
fronm Cohlu ia, where he t tboll llet
ing as engmosting c ilrk at, th oi e ta
The danco it tIhe "-'ity Hall oni the
VzOh lilt. was,a very en1joyale oventsion,
uil owing to th in ie i'lient weathilr
the crowd was nmist a lare aS S0me0
titS attend dalfleS llh4-re0.
I,ast -w. .\ M s. S un .h (xner
awol M rs. 1-:l len) ky,y Visited thleir
kinsmani. I Willie Thomlla, who was
Very ill with pneumonha at Is hofnie
near ti ahln 1111.
Mtr. 3 . C. Coloi hl and Sister, Nlizms
.\ary, i.s t la' Saturday ni- iti :nd
Sunday at th hospitle omli of sIr.
I-'rank I.,. Nhloin.
Or. e 'it' w ll and failily, Who INf
raytinzon more ith t w I nty years
a1110 aid Inovl to li s--- ti. ha
m11oVId back to thl- l' fmily homne
tne Oar(0 o oi ty. They have fm-ot .tVrn
'hil,trettil. two liid ies iand tw iitv s, s,
w ill i lle add ut'li to the soc iety of
this Ill he doiie o (1 r11 o is ('raCti0(1(ci
meiinW O . li t i s mem le, 1h'.0
eyes foWk aw a line phyi" a. and ,n
with h :im sui,ilS.
Ih'r. W . . . Sim. has )aid asid' . hie
SaddlO ba Sd it]( i ter tan it i sing,' and
fail1li't1- at Lyl ' fillrt and M 1ayhiti
W(tid tat'li'l' hav itliade god us.
the fair. Weathel' and are \vell x1p with
I-heIr' work. Thlvy ar(! :,till usjng. a
Ir-at1 dCal of "M,111 and e arn t(I
plant ai large erol f op otlon.
Mliss Mlinniv l p.ir mit-ufl-'FaiNtehd's
list 1ola aredaC0o1f1plislho y01''ddolie
lamd I; v ied fI l ri ,nd- in t i, : .c.it . .te
TA illl V,f tor, te . le aLu ' h --n
tDICllyI entii tit. Prttitip atit s fo i hd th
litte nc tiightot. ti tie itttl o i eIn ige,
wo reli t1f1t'r Cn tite k .\ hotite tough itiit orti n.
St iatt(o~ . Irek 's S itvuiv unday ihol, .
S t .e t.uh '.t . (0 .,0 li lat'tc h t.'Ii 1 . I9.
heras \ ovlerig 1ivde
Utopla 801ho0l Items.
Yutorday wits i ratliy tiy. school
wai rathor small onl acecounit of 1,he
I tev. J no. Spotako pi-cahed for u last
Sunday. I[o gave us it very exeollont
s 1ron, Which all appreliated very
mulivh. Wil likce to hivar, him1 and Wish1
him to comelo out as often as he can.
r andi Ai rs. I. Hi. 11 ''wa'o cole
brated tio ninth anniversal3 ;leo
heir m1arri1ov. 'lhey iuvited Mr. W.
.lrbort's faiily anild 1 1t tel orla
tives aind friends from the city to join
thlin on the oveasion. All enljoyod it
v 11ry 0much. Ih-inlg tho ivenling tho
Sihject of ielpinlg tho Epwolti Orphan
age in Columbia was menioned. And
Inl thiniking. abhout how wo Could help
it, it was decided to pass round tihe hat.
T h e co l le t liot) a m -mtli i t'd to '2 31 froim l
the vory smttall Company. This is it
ver.1 y good way ito holp) thlt Orphans.
Ai r. 1'. K. ( lyde, a lawyer of G reon
ville, who pamsote througit tile cointy
by privatoCol1 con1veyanCe on his way to
rangeburg, spoit, Wednlesday night
with .\r. W. I. lierbert.
Mis-4 Ilel liklicley and her littlo
brothIeI' N'rneCst, of i elona, vs ited
frieids and relatives in our community
Ihiursday and riday N'. Wo Were proid
they cal1e) Ito the scho.' houlse to see
lis. 'I'lheir schoolmates aro always hap
pY to see themt Come back.
M I. W. I. Herbert shipped a <iuantity
of t-ainnet'd goods Wedlesday. II1 ma10kes
<Itite a .ood ti ilg of fruits in this way.
Anylithing to get, Our peopl :%way from
an all cotton Crop is tie t,bing for
whiebh wo 1a- looking. This fruit bus
iless is one way to get aaVty from it.
hit. wo don 't, sIy v erybody mu111st or
ought to do thILt. T,ut soeic do tlit
tinl )tthCI-S Io soiletlinlg elst. Thero
atre mnanly little indlistries which one
(nn cary ilong With his other regulart
olit very materially.
MI. Andrew J. Kilgore, of the city,
formerly of Washington, D. C., is visit
iII Mr. W. I. IlerberL and family. He
k a c'ouisint of Mrs. lerbert. This is
tlit first tilm, his relatives havo seen
him -inltc! ablout, seventeen years ago.
Ho 1 s l lih i "ikes -outh C1'arollna well
en11gh t' make it his hoie.
Ite. N ohert Hloulware, of Florence,
wa-te uIp to soc his brother, Mr. 1. H-.
liolnae. .Tuesdlay and WVednesdaty.
lit wa, u1 oni business Is well as a
Wt. insertt the followinlg clipping
from anl inldulstrial paper, because we
thkinl" it ;.- abo",t trut'. We are. Sorry-3
Such ik the case, but nevertheless
thiik it is:
-'We Cannot say of our tetehlers (gen
oraly speaking) that theY look upon
t-athinog the youig its theiv lifo's avo
oa! ion. As 11 '', 1c. the yolng man who :
t :wes ichO .or a limiited Itinher of
iovms, simply does so for the pirpose
of tii n himself for the ltw profcs-ion.
Thle youll.g htly. for the reason that it
a lpfear's to be mtore gentecel Itind respect
:k'110 thanl to hile Oult fori Clerital orl
We have hardly any prop
4 einr lieS for precpari-ng and litting
our11 tea'lchIers. int thitis respec00t the old
er'ive us its an1 examplj;e to be followed.
0 urI teachers'i general 0011ly obtini their
('4rtifica11tes fi'rm coun11ty superIi intendtl
etl, whoa. tenl to~ one, al-e 'hlatching
lawyers' and t commt non gradle politic iats.'
Iniiteatd of stability, in the employ
11w'nit of our' o't ehes, like -it is in Ge
many,1V we' havte. SO to speak. 'tr'amp
teatni hr wh io are0 iredi from yeair to
yeartI, at las teinIg subljected to theo
gotd or h1 ad will of at school board,
whose mt4'iember kniow, on an average,
a1 great tdeat more1' about thteir hogs,
4.a~ttlec and iioirses than about thte woith
andtt qutalitleatints of a teacher."'
'1 bie Sipeti la on.
Mr. Edtit or': I notie that in my comn
mtuntiention, wIeb mu ppeaired it your'
last, a imtista~ke, wieb grave)ly atffects
t he miean ing. lin thet fourith line fr-om
the1 last tihe expre'ssion occurs "bringl4
tic spell,'" ele., whiereas I meant to say
bre'ak the spell1 of the cotton muania.
''Te spell is ireally ont in all of its force,
aind not amitounit of argumenlOft seems able
to breatk oir d1ispell its pow'er.
Ifyou willI permnit, I would be pleased
to relaite the following cirIcumhstane, as
nin argtument, modestly given, to show'
11thunreasontable andl deiluive ini)nIente
rOt ton raitisinog hils over ia large class of
A otry t i n mrchtant lived in F'a irfleid
Couty L. I [e Wats al so IL ftarmier who()be
Ilievedl int rais ig all he uneeded for' family
and1( aima11lIt u ie on his farmi. One of his
the run I oft 1 coversation told i m that
he Iid bel1en''i to WNin nsboro fotr a loadl of
corni. 'They got in to an atrgumutent as to
whtheri~ it. jtaiJl to plant corn. As 't
wIas somite 18 Oh' 210 iles to WIinsboiro,
it tooik all dayI Ot of thteertop, extreme
ly harid work ont t.het teami, anfd to bie r
iited ti once a mlon th.
''The~ merCIchant linllly colnvi need is
neig bor1411 thatd if thte iaboir of htis team
uited on some11 of h Is landit, with fair' sea
Soins, hei coutldl havo raIised( at home the
samett amloun it of corn1 it thte saime Lime
it took to htaul it home, to say nothing
of the exorbtlitant, 11011 pi)ce.
I did not p)ersontally3 heari tis eonver
,atioii, bitt, it seemts to be a new argut
i:ent among the farmerse, a1 sor't of eye
opener and1( to my13 minrd seems reason
J,. 1). M.
A tIer ye-a rs of ititotti snit er-inie from piles.
II. # . 'u rrst'n. or Kni' tilw-ra ilh.' l's , was curedti.
Ii uing nI sinlet bIox of IloWit't WVIuch lII z I
ea Vt'. r3kin <tisenseis such anS eer.0ma, ral'ih
P-mplIIOa anr)ii obisitt w'res ni're,oi'y'
carod by talae famnntu rnmoiay W.a s.ein.....i.
For Men -
We Make it Warm!
SELLING THEM CLOTHING AND
Underwear that fits snug, holds its shape
and keeps out the bitter cold north winds !
"p' Run all along from 25 cents to
rices $1.50 per gar-ent in 1nde-wear.
suits f'r'om $2 to $7.50 and up.
Y y SELECT TIIE LOWEST PRICED
we assure you its the best for the money
that can be had.
Take the highest priced, we know that
1 you are getting as good as the money
Ican buy any where -p4
s.3 . WOOTEN,
A RE I N V IT E D
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of stric"ly high
grade Chamber Suits in Walnut
and Oak. A full line of medium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly Alain Street, Non berry, S. C.
Harris Lithia Carbonated.
TO RElIE1VE ANY CASE OF INDIETION IN ONE MINUTE'S
TIME OR MONEY REFUNDED,
If takell after each Meal will Cnre the Worst Case of Idligestion.
Read what the eminent Dr. Devaga, of Chestor, S. C., has to say of the
I have used Harris Lithia Water with the most excellent results whore
I have been able to got my patrons to drink a sufficient quantity daily.
The carbonated has no equal in gastric disturbances, it is an excellent
table water. It is a pleasant laxative and is a suro cure for Flatulent
Dyspepsia, 8. M. DEVAGA, M. D.
This water is for sale in Newberry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Jones' and WV. E. Polhamn's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel wvill be open at the beginning of the season.
For rates and other information write
Harris Lithia'Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. C.
Fie Whiskeys, Wines and Beer
FOR, FAMILY USE.
All Grades Choarer than at 0. P. Houses I You
Save Money arrd Get the Best by Buying of Us!
Send in Your Order.
Particular Attention Paid to MWail Orders.
DISTILLERI AND IWllOLESAILH DEALER,
NO. 2 PEACHTREE STREET,
LANDS WANTED. 1~'OSAE
ERSONS T WITHAND)S FORA 'oyD11IN
..sale are requested to pt themr ini WLe' adn )r,OehIFIeeo
my hands for' snie. Iam in) conlstant, r'e- itll- i nisd-l h I n o
aboutt lan fro Nor thei 01X ('wi etoheudlsgc1itlye
ern parties, that 1 may be able toceffet 1.0,N~bTVC. . o r'
rate detaile d ciJ)tieas ofiwht the y___
have. No charge wvill be made unless
saifcoysales are made. De n ~rip-''nriToTlYADAr
teed at n aut give: Numer of a~'s, n.M'O1'*.o 91 XplP~PRtl,
location, character of land, proximi- tfy.IfO4,c I',eoo5tfldSB(
ity to raIlroads, p)ostofiees, schools, l'ipdOv'I,c'in )ole orzny
fidential when so desired.WRftl
JAME~S o. GIL'BES, A ne 000punso r ils
State and A~tH1iseI, arth rc ih oosgo
columiNewborry& Co., S C.,i f oes.
FOR TIE MONT11 OF
It. is my purposo to give the
peoplo of Nowberry the privilogo of
buying livo thousand dollars worth
New 5pring Goods
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, No.
tions, Hosiery, Gonts' Handkorchiefs,
Shirts, Hats, Unbrollas, Trunks, and
Men's, Boy's,Women's and Children's
Shoes at littlo in advaico of whole
ialo prices, during the monuth of
Harch. The fact is you could not
buy a singl articlo at wholesale,
owor than you can buy your goods
his Spring at my store.
My connection with my Phila
liphia Houso enables me to securo
idvantages that no other house in
,owberry enjoys.- I am liberal
,nough to give the peoplo the bonfit
>f it. Don't buy on a credit and
keep your husbnd poor, but-let him
go to the banks and get the money
imd save 25 per cont. on your pur
'hases. You may flatter yourselves
hat you are not paying this differ
mco but it ii there all thb same.
This week we will continue to
oll all of our best prints at 4c, our
iow 12 1-2c porcales at 10c, Lin
og Cambrics best quality at 4e,
,oats Spool Cotton at 40c a dozen.
knd all of our Cassimers, Jeans and
Plannels at actual cost. A Jargo
ino of new Pants at 50c to $3.50 a
Mir Just recoived. Como and soo
A. C. JONES
The People's Store.
oewborry, S. C., March ", 1898.
lIth and Markot Street.
By other Houses will ever un
dorsell or reach the level of Our
and Undersell them all
Are offered goods at ost or at
half price, come to the Bee Hive
of bargains and you can buy the
same goods for a mere Bong.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to see them! We
knock them blind!
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
Your-s at only
4- hrig 3 3-4c. per yard.
4-4 Shirting 5 e ad
Youlrs at only
3c per yard.
'1es ShtaPin ts
Yours at only
GodPrce ofe c. pr yard.
Yours at only
Good Gren Coffee 10pepon
Yours at only
9Oc por~ pound.
Yours at only
3c. per pound.
All other Goods at correspond ingly low
Is worth twice as mnnch at the
Boeehive of Bargains.
T1he Fair and Square Dealer.
I have a few off brnd(s of
Cigars thatt I will sell regardless
of cost. These Cigars are all
sold by mlanuflacture,rs for first.
class goods, but they do not suit
our trade. Call for
and "BE~N BO'WS !"
if .you want Cigars at a low
My ReDnIar Liiio of Uilias
is up to its usual excellence I
We (d0 our,.share of supplying
thle most fastidious smokers of
the towvn, therefore, we cannot
afford to keep anything b)ut the
best in our regnlar line. Thank
ing you for past favors and ask
inig a continuance of same, I am
yours to As, loNEa