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H. If. AULL, EDiToi.
VEHY OLEVEtLY DONE.
Editor Capers makes very pleasant
mention of the report of the Pomaria
trial, which we furnished him in supple
ment form. His notice is cleverly done
and his words of commendation are ap
preciated. There Is no reason why
there should not bo the most amicable
relations between local newspapers, and
in many instanceo they could be mutu
Editor Capers had an eye to business
when he furnished his subscribers with
a full account of the trial. Nothing
has been published In this county In
years that has been read with as mui
interest as the report of this trial.
We thank EdIitor Capers for his kind
words in reference to us. le says, af
ter referring to the fact that ho fin
ished the proceedings of the trial in
supplemlent: "'he I'eport was writ ton by
Editor Aull, and that it Is well written
any who followed the exciting trial
from start to filish, will unhesitatingly
testify. Only those having experience
in such work can havo ant adequate
idea of the vast amount of labor re
quired in its prepitration."
Tihe farmers of th is sect ion of count ry
should always raise all they need for
the farm on the farm at tiny time.
We have preached that doctr-itno for a
long time. In fact, we have preached
it, so long that we fCl ahlost some emt1
barrassment in mIntionilng the subject.
again. 1But in view of the probabilit.y
of war and if there is war the scene of
opelrations will be Iear us and possibly
on our coast. it behooves the farmers of
this seeti n to p'ant, a full corn (rop.
It is too late now to plaIn! any mlore
wheat or oats, but it, is tilme yet to plant
Corn and potatoes. and every farmer
should plant a little more thinil enough
this year. to un II his own farm, for himn
self and all the hands and stock on the
If there should he war the surplis
provision Crop of the West will be used
for tle. army, and if we fail to raise
enough in t his section to feed ourselves
it may make times harder that they
Theu, if there shou hi e no war, you
will never regret having plenty to eat
AS TO CtOZIEt.
We publish a letter from lRev. Ed winl
C. Rice, imaking inquiry about. Calvin
Crozier's r.mains, and rehlearesinitlg tthe
facts of his death. HIe al.osays gentle
men in Texas want some informat,ion.
We thought everybody knew that a
few year,s ago the citiZens of Newherry
went to work and raised somethi)ing over
*300 anmd had the remaits reImoved from
the old grailveyard and burie i at 1toze
mont and a bitaut-ifful Itontjient erected
to ils meimotory. lis history antId the
heroic deed lie performed adil time
tnanfil m11tannter in wiIt lich e mlet dent.h1
andi defied the n eg ro garrisont, are till
recordedl ini then "Annaitls of Newiberry,"
wich i wats plt ishted in I i:a.
W~hen Mr t. I Hie visits Newb-errty, atnd
Ito says he is goinmg to do, we shall take
pleasw-e in showing Im the nmotnment
it is cetaily a gretat pity that a tel
phonie hu te is niot t'onstruict ed betweeni
Ow ings and i'otini litni, a ist,ane
(if live miles. Th'le buiilding of this line
woutld place (Greeniville in comiiiimnia'
tioni iith G ray (Court., I12autrenis, Unrtt
tis' Lith ia Sptrings, ('ross IillI, (lit
tion, New beriry, Ni inety-Si x, G reenwood,l
taid a score of other townts -( teenvillo
WVe recgret to say thatt eveni the fill
ini.!r of the live mile I gajt woumhi no(t liut,
Netwberry in talking distance oif the
aubove t.ow ns. For sonic teasoni our
1p1o0ne hats inot yet, extetnded benyontd the
corporat-e limits (of tIme towni. We can i
not talk evenOi to l'rosperit y, ontly seveni
mtilles below us. WVe hope, htowever,
that t,he time is niot far til stanutt whlen
we will begini to reach out and talk to
all these townis arouniitd us. MI r. 1Reid,
at Chappell's, we tare told, wantited to
run hiis hine into Newherrmy, bt, has det
cided to conneiet withi Greenwood. We
st,ill hope for other connliectins.
The prteparationts for- wvar conliite
to he mtade. New war' vessels arc be
ing eqIuiped by the Unmited States amid
whether there Is wvar or not, our' navy
wvill be put in better shatpe t,bain it, hats
over been, tand this wais someoting very
much needeId. Theli wtar talik contines,
however, to keep pace with the p)repa
T1heo court of iiuirty ts to the cause
of the explosion of the Maine is hauving
a goodl time, going from Key WVest t.o
Havana and( from Hiavtana to Key West,
but as yet lhas anntountedi no decision.
It miay be it Is killing t,ime for' a purti
pose. At atny r'ato it scomts to be in tno
hurry to matke a rep1ort.
Rates ont the Sotheri-n for Stiedial Occai
'The Southerin RailIway is offeri ng
special redutcedt rates for returni trip) to
Noirfolk, V a., fotr the following tnamed
occasions, whicho will ocuru In thtat city:
A mericarh Daptist Educational Society,
May 5; So. Untptist Conventin, May 6
12; Woman's Baptist M Issionary Union,
May 6-10. 'l ickets will he put on sale
May 2 toO6, lmited for 15days, at $12.30
for the routnd trip fromi Newberr'y. F~or
any further information call on Agent,
J. A. Burton, who will tauke pleasure in
pointing out the audvant agos, superior
offered by the bouther'n.
WVbat pleasure Is there In life wIth a head.
*ache, consltIr at iotn antd bltiiiilnces ? 'F, o- .
uda1S experience them who coutld become licr
fet 3y healthy by nalong D) Wit'u L~Ittle Eairly
if ?~lsyra thi f5Hmous litito pills. W .h. Pelham
Deatha Ift iewberryota OravTexa8toldler.
Editor Newberry Herald and News:
I was asked by Maj. James P. Doug
las, of Tyler, T(xas, to write you for
information of a Iembor of his artil
lery company during the war. lie and
mrany-indeed all - in Texas are intei -
ested in the fate of the young hero. By
publishing this we trust every incident
convected with the affair will be
brought out, ere it is too late; heen
neglected too long r1ow.
Maj. Douglas has been requested by
the publishers of the "Records of tho
Civil War," in Wiashington, to write
the histury of his battery, the only one
fron Texas; if I an not mistaken, east
of the Mississippi river. It was Iin ill
the battles of "The Army of t he Ten
nessee,"' beginning in some lighting in
tlhe Indian Territory, Eilkhorn, Oak
ilii, through all the campaigns under
Beauregard, 1ragg, Joh nston, flood, to
the close, a brilliant record in all that.
a gallant band of soldiery could accom
plli-h, excelled by possibly none other
(luring the war. For meritorious ser
vice, and destroyiho.g a large niiber of
Federals and capturing their arms, et".,
in the battle of Murfreesboro, Capt.
I)oughls was brevetted major and with
huis company specially mentioned in the
report of the comm]iiianding general, and
the battery became famous, as the
deed was done in view of a large por
tion of the army. The battery was the
first of that? army to enlist, lit (Ahila
malig, for "three years, or the war."
A fter the surrelider, timid the timult
and confusion, hlCe we rely on you n11Md
others for in formation.
A member of the battery, Calvin Cro
zier, of Diallas, Texas, was in Newherry
oil li,s way hjomlie. A negr garrison,
With white olicers in clarge, was sta
tioned at. NewbOr. (-ne of the negro
soldiers i)silted a white lady. Young
Crozier, with all the hot blood and
chivalry of a true Southerner, attacked
the scoundrel, cutting him with a
pocket knife. tie then made his way
to the cars. Furious with brutal rage,
t,he garrison arrestedi a gentleman and
was going to kill him. Crozier learn
ing of it elrrendered. A so-called triail
was held and he was shotat 1111-upl) the
This is the story as t.-lI me by '\aj.
Douglas a month ago. Will you be so
kind as to publish this and secure all
the information possible, and forward,
with a copy of this also, to hiaj. .lames
1'. Douglass, Tyler. Texas.
Aliaj. Doiuglas is one of the prominent
aw-l well-kinown i men in Texas--presi
dent of railr1oads, a leader for forty
yenrs in putblic enterprises, a brave,
chiah.ous gentlemiat, loved and hon
ored: so m11olest, that. It' i with dimenl
ty to get him to speak of his colmlaliny
record, for which llt Texas honor h1im
and I.hien. I am i happy to ',te that by
marriage I am a cousin to iim. Thi
battery organized In llallis, Texas,
J itne, 1861, wit h 101) men, 50 froim Diallas
aIid t1at, coun.ty ald 50 from Tyler and
Sit,ith Counties. I was ncquainted with
theli t all, and of that gallant band of
the very llower of the noblest of Texas,
none were more brave and noble thai
t,i s yothi of 24l years, alged 21) on en
list ment.. I knew imi as a clerk in lthe
dry goods store of htis brother-i n-law,
l's. M. MK aek Pole, of D allas. i fe, t oo,
wvas a major in "'The Ten nessee A rmy3."
Ilis widowv and sister of Calvin itviie in
Gal vestonl, Texas.
Niemnoi al day is near, and I trust, the
citizens (of Neiwberriy, especia!ly the lat
(lies, wi'ill not, forget the graive of 1-.his
noble boy, who died a st.rangem far from
home,-gav'e up his pireciouis life for (one
We honor the brav'e, the good and
true, t*yji lIed in Samn Dav is, of Tennes
see, anid others. I could givie other
nlot,es of this gallant, young Texan, andi
for all that callIs for love, admuiration
amdl praise, in gled wvit,h feelings of in
ell'able sadness at suchi a fate, none arc
mote iwort.hiy of ou1r honor in memory,
am id onur t ears and love, thiin us l~ 1
wvith swveetest. andt sacred emotions,
than the mune of Cal vin) Crozier.
Miounitville, S. t. ., Iaiarch 16, 189)8.
Eye Siioia Fro,m luxington, Lisne.
Gonod min g, Al r. Ikditor. M!ay I
comeii in amid have a chat iiith you all?
Yes, thank you for th:J pr'ivilege.
Tilling the soil is being pushed on
r'apid(ly. Some of our farmers have at
ready put, out, a chane of fert,ilizeirs.
Alessies. George Sltudemleyer, of Cha
pin1 spent Sunday with Mre. Joel l)e
Ni e. and Nlrs. Willie D)errick, of
P eak, specnt Saturid1'ay night, and Sun -
(lay at Mr. G. M. D)ickert,'s.
Nr. and( Nit's. James Cannon sp)ent,
last week at Nowberry and1 participiated
in the court, which convened last week.
Alr. ECditor, Mirs. Open l'Cye asked ia.
a quest.ion the other day wvhich took
me by surprise. She cameo to the door
and smiled one of her sardoic smiles
and asked me what was good for a sore
tongue. I told her to quiit, talking so
much. lIut. I was 1b01ind t,he highest
portion of the garden when I gave her
I desire to a'test. to the mierite oif
Chamiberh in's Cough remed'(y as onie
oif thle most valuable andl a-fileent prep
arat is oni tihe masrket. I t broke an
exceedlingly dlaigeronls coagh for nie
in 24 hours, and in gratitude thierefoir,
I desire to informi yout that I will never
bie without it an!d y ouabottuld feei priould
of theo highest esteem in which your
Remedies are held by people in geti
oral. It Is the one remedy amiong ten,
thousial,d. Mucs to it. - 0. IR.
D)OwNE,Y, Editor of Democrat, Aibion
.1utd. lFor tiale by WV. E. Pelhamn.
A now lot Lilly Blrackett,'a Shoes in
sp)ring style just, received.
Uitijl opia 660 I teull.
The weather has been - ry delight
ful during the week. It Is much flher
than we generally have at th.j time of
The farmes are pitshing theh work
right, along. Somle are burnlg ol
new-grounds, while others are plowing
theli lands. Some of then will soon be
ready to begin planting.
Mrs. Celeela Nichols and daughteri
Miss Bertha, went over in Saluda Coun
t,y Alonday to see Mrs. Amanda Riley,
who has beeni real sick. Mrs. Hiloy Is
one of their relatives.
Several persons from our section at
101old (outl*t somile days during tI.')
week. Messrs. .1 no. W. Rengin and [I.
C. Luke will attend next, week as ju
Alessrs. Boozer, Nichols, Tiaylor &
Co. are mloving their Saw-m1ill from
Mr. 1. 11. Boulwaire's place, where they
have been sawing, to a pluce something
like a ile or more distant from where
it was. There they will cut some tim
ber for Mr. 1). L. Ilaiim. They have a
nice potiy-mill nd uit, true luibev.
Our school has beenl at its hwst, dur
ilg the lIst two months thatt it has
reached this session. The attendIne
has been best on acvount, of fewer inl
derances, nild work las beellInmuelh
more satisfuetory. Only a very few of
our boys have had to drop olf oH Ile
count of farm work time coming. We
hope we Can keep up oul, good attend
aice to the vind of the session. Ourt
classes are mahking very st,isfactory
ad vanceleit, of which we are very
Mrs. I 1'. Cannon has been real sick
with fever since Ttuesday. She halts
mllade but very little imliprovelent sinlec
taken. We hope her attack will soon
be cLeCkeIL Adll her 1uSUIL! good Ialt,h
and strength reatored.
']'le lAkdieS' Missiolnary SoCety 1101d
its regular mi onthly mNeCting at the
residence of Mrs. 1. 1. Cannon on Fri
We learn that tile condition of Uncle
John LIAvingston's healt,h does tiot im
prove very iuichl1 and that lie still re
mains inl a feeble condition. We are
sorry he does not improve very miateri
alfly, but, hope lie soonl will.
Messrs. Simon Shlppard and -
minabeiet, of Coleman'r, Saluda Coun
ty, pa31ssed tilrough ouri- section Prilay
and Saturday. ilr. Sheppard was in
troducing the Qualker bittli cabillet, and
Mr. Enabellet an ilse.ct destroyer.
They believe that "cleanliness is next
to godliness," if we judge from their
Arthur Dominick, one of our stu
dents, hits been dethined from school a
few days by quite ia severe cold, which
contii31ed him1 to lie bed during tneSe
The Sunday-school at, New Chapel is
flotiishitn' unlider the superiitendency
of Mr. W. 1. Herbert. Several niew
features have beenll 'iloduced under
his ellicient direction.
The Young 'eople's .1 uvenile Socic y
of New Chapel held its regular mjonth
hy ni.cti1g last SL 3Ulld *y just, aftel' Still
daty-schiooi. The exerecie-i are alwatys
13nteresting~ 13( an istruictivec.
Afarch 12, l1898.
Mii. 11et ite3 St-hsool 33 'mn.
(.johls and3( (.coughs are1 al' t,he go in
L,i 15 ('on313l33t 3l it,y.
We hearli thait, ltev. ,1. ii hood is
sp)eakling of bulildinig near13 Mr . S. .1.
Th'le (Caldw~ellI postolil .eiac has r'elenit.y
bee31n movedl firomu NI iss A ddle Cald well's
to MI rs. 'T. C . Ih-o'(wnI's.
Mr . John13 WV. Alewvine, (If tIs see
Lion, SPent last, Satt,ur'day n1ighit wVithi
fieis inl tihe IEbenezer' 0(o31umuni3ty.
Th'le news realebled here Lthis miorn ing
that, Cubia had14 asked for v'ol unteer's
from3 the U;ni ted St,attes. I .30k out,
boys! gatheri up your brass button and 133
Mr s. .1. T. I ishop an id daulghitor, NIiss
l 'anuline, of Wh it 3ire, wVere t.he guests
oif Nit's. M. I. McGriaw and1( family last
There hat ils 1been some11 cottonl sold r'e
cent.ly by3 som3e1 of (1m-3 farmers00 at1 six
cen1ts. At thlis ra3t0, we t,in k t,hey.
sIoln t ai 0 '1se It so extensively tile
Woe arie so1rry3 to learn thaLt I t. J1. C.
.Wilson, who we thought, waIs imiprov-'
ing la1st, week, hlas taken a relapse and1(
a11tl tis wr'3iting is ver'y lowv.
Mr 1. Geor'ge S. ituffI, who1 hIas opened
a1 store at h1is homIie, saIys lie gets lb gr'eat
(1eal (of culstomi. Tha13t, is r'ighlt, pa3tron3
/ze (our3 friend and1( help him up 11 the thil
Ilov. HI. W. Whiitalker' and1 wife, who
mloved from Nor'th Carolinaa 1last fall1
and1( located 3near3 Nowherry03, worshiped)0(
wit,h tihe I,Leban1on congregat,on la1st
Sunday. We hear' that.ltov. Wh1ita1kor
wvill Irechl alt L4ebanon3 on the ne0xt
We aro glad to stalte tha3t MIIss Mat
tie Birowni, of this 'comm31unit.y, thio
teacher of the St. Philip's schlool, who
was comlpelied to close 1her3 school for' a
few (days last week 03n accouniit of beling
ill, Is no0w well and1( wals able to reOturn'
to 11er schocol algini last Monlday. Jud(g..
InIg by Ours'elves, we suppose her pupIls
I re' glad to get 1(o school algain, for we
had a1 trial of stin3g aIt lhome two lonFg
weeks in i"'hbruary, becauise 0our teachll
er' waIs not able1 to attend to school du..
We learn t.hat MIiss Wylle Bishop,
1 110 left her1 former hlomel abt, Wi tmirie
1last Septemnber. to visit, r'olatives inl
MIaicon. Gall., thas recent,iy 1)0en hiappi'y
weddeld to Mrt. .John E. Day.is, of M..
con, Gas. Miss Wyllo visitedi In tis
commiiunltry last spri'ng and1( won many13
frionlds duin3g heor short stay of a few
weeks. Silo was aldmired by almhost all
whoi( bcame acquainted wit,h 1her, and
especially by t,he chilhdron of our1 schlool.
She assisted great-ly In (our3 school exi
hlitionl last May by per'form3in ig so-do
lightfully on tile or'gan. WVe appl'eei
ated hiei' kindness toward( us and( re3
gret that shlo wili no0t give us8 a chane
to welcomo11 her' ini our3 midst, again
so3)n Wa wvishI her a long and hlappy
Why wilIl you buy bIttor' nauseatIing
tonic. when (Guov.'~ 'TALss Cmiiri,L
.i'ONIC Is as pleasant as LemlOn Syrup.
Your druggist Is authoizesd to rofund
tile mod010y 1in every ease wvhero it falls
to enrnI.. Pricen 60 nalt,
C. A. BOW.M A , M'C'.
One Performance Only,
And his w.dmirablo Company Present
Ilg william Gelletto's Famous
Tho Private Secretary
Prices 75, 50, 25c.
Seats on Sale Saturday Morning at
Scholtz' Jewelry Store.
Has just arrived and we can
now show you a beautiful
tnd everything found in a
rashionable Millinery Estab
Isliment. We have secured
3omo of the latest Novelties
ind Prettiest effects in
We feel certain our selection
and prices will please you.
Come to see us and we will
take great pleasure in show
ing you through.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
AINT IT A BEAUT?
We might. ask of any man who first
1idires the snowy whiteness and beau
iIul Ilinish that we put uponl his dress
>r.business shlrt front, or on his collar.
(1d( c'ulfs. We don't blame him for be
aig pr~ouda of it--the only thing we re
tre5t is that we can't send a lBoswell
iround wvith our' Johnson to hear' the
'ncon iumis paused on our fine work, so
we could say that "we (done it."'
Agents waLnted in the surroundilng
A LONGTIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mary quite contrary
HOW does your garden grow?
Such a qnestion is agravating
after the gardeni is planted and
there is found to be something
the mnatter' with the seed,
We don't believe there will be
any trouble if you come to us for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. . GARDEN SEED ..
W~o kee~p Bru ist'~s Garden
Seed and1 they neover
FA!L to GROW
W o W1110 110t K(661 lThci, 1? 'lDEY DiD
Comractors aund nJullders.
Estimates furnished on applica.
tion without charge. If you have a
hou9e to build or any mechanical
work to he done iL will save you
money to see us before closing con..
tracts. A record of 80 years in the
business. Reoferences furnished it
desired. F"irst-.class work at lowest
* J. 0. CANNON & SoNs,
Newberry, 8. 0.
FOR THE MONTH OF
It is my purpose to give the
people of Newberry the privilege of
buying flye thousand dollars worth
Dress Goods, Dry Goods, No.
tions, Hosiery, Gonts' Handkerchiefs,
Shirts, Hats, Unbrellas, Trunks, and
Men's, Boy's,Women's and Children's
Shoe8 at .ittle in advance of whole
sale prices, during the month of
March. The fact is you could not
buy a single article at wholesale,
lower than you can buy your goods
this Spring at my store.
My connection with my Phila
delphia House enables me to secure
advantages that no other house in
Newberry enjoys. I am liberal
enough to give the people the bonfit
of it. Don't buy on a credit and
keep your hueband poor, but let him
go to the banks and get the money
and save 25 per cent. on your pur
chases. You may flatter yourselves
that you are not paying this differ
ence but it is there all the .3ame.
This wook we will continue to
noll all of our best prints at 4c, our
now 12 1-2c porcalos at 10c, Lin
ing Cambrics best quality at 4c,
Coats Spool Cotton at 40c a dozen.
And all of our Cassimers, Jeans and
Flannels at actual cost. A large
lino of new Pants at 50oc to $3.50 a
pair Just received. Como and see
A. C. JONES
The People's Store.
Newberry, S. C., March 1, 1898.
11th and Market Street.
T he Lowest
Shall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in the cheapest
buy in large quanti
We therefore command the very
lowest prices and will give them to
We wanat to call your speial at ten
tion to the fact that we do not sell
trash nor shoddy goods.
We pride ourselves in offering re
liable goods in every line, even our
cheapest goods are of standard qual
We prop)ose to lead in .point of
style and qjuality and to meet all com
petition in point of price.
are full of nice, new
spring goods. We want
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
Come to See Us.
- BIG STOCK OF GOODS'
TO BE SOLD AT
REDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES!
The season is getting late and we still have a
big stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHING GOODS
THAT WE WILL SELL REGARDLESS OF Pl?OFIT I
We want to turn the Goods into money, and if
a big cut in the prices will do it, we will
certainly accomplish'our object I
We have a very nobby line of
Suits, Shoes, Hats,IScarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.,
That would make elegant Christihas"presents!
Come in and we can show you
better than we can tell you.
We mean strictly business I
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY.
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
The Leaders of } (Dealers In
LOW PFCB06 AD Fifft-Cla689009,
Groceries, Haru"ware, Harness, Dry Goods
....Shoes and Clothing....
Our load Wagons just received. Car load Carriages and Bugga
to arrive in a few days. Don't buy until you soo our goods and get our
prices. We can save you money.
Don't forget our brands of Flour: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue [Bird,
Waterloo, Old Hickory. The best Flour sold for the money in the
Harris Lithia Carbonated
TO RElElIVE ANY018A80FO INDWEiBT10N IN ONE M1IiTE'S
TIME Oil MONEY RIEIND,
If takeil after each Meal will Care the WD1rst Case of Ildips8tiOnl.
Read what the eminent Dr. Devaga, of Chester, S. C., bas to say of the
I have used Harris Lithia Water with the most excellent results where
I have been able to get 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 arnd is a sure cure for* Flatulent
Dyspepsia. S. M. DEVAGA, M. IP.
This water is for sale in Newberry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Jones' and W. E. Pelham's,
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be open at theo beginning of the season.
For rates and other information write
Harris Lithia' Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. (Y.
For Men - -
We Make it Warm!
BSELLING 'THEM CLOTHfNG AND
YUnderwear that fits snug, holds its shape
and keeps out the hitter cold north winds I
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