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Stdden Vceath 4t Mri. Juo. W. Coppock.
Mra. Jno W6.pppoqk died suddenly
yeaterday morintng about 10 @o'clock, of
congestion-vf the brain. 'She had tiot
bAfi'in g'ood beitt for a.long time but
was- ij yesterday morning and attended
to the usual household duties and was
taken sick at the reakfast table and
ed' in a shgrt time. She was the
Ati$hter of Mi\ lilas Johustone. She
%4 about 45 years of age and leaves a
husband and three children. She waq
of' a sweet and gentle disposition, a
loving wife and devoted mother.
Th'e funeral will- be held at -the resl
dence on Friend Street this afternoon
at-4 o'block. Interment w1ll be had
immediately after at the Johnbtone
Mr. Thos. J. Price died -at his home
in No 2 yesterday, aged 80 years. He
was probably the oldest citizen in the
county atV the time of his death.
During the past week two octogena
rians of the county have died. Mr.
Price aged 86 and Mr. Jacob Boozer
.Cabbage Plants tor Sale.
15c. per hundred at my residence in
Brooklyn, The very best varietioes.
t&f2t J. Wistar Swindler.
Meteorological Record for March.
- Mean temperature, .57; Maximum
t-9erature, .85, date 23d; Minimum
temperature, .26, date 1st; Total pro.
olpitation, inches 4.92; No. of days clear
3; Partly cloudy, 10; cloudy, 18; dates
of f'ost: light, 5, 6, 7, 8, 19; killing, 1;
thunder storm, 25th; prevailing wind,
N. E. W. G. PETERSON,
The farmar, the meobanlc and the bicycle
ritler are liable tn unexpe'ctAid cuts anid
bruises DoWitt's Wili Hazel 1alve is tie
ho t thing to keep on hiand. It heals quickly,
and is a w 11 known cure for piles. W . E. Pei.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All Druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. 25c. f&tom
The regular meeting of the County
Teachers' Association will be held at
the Gpaded School building tomorrow.
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell will deliver an
address before the Association. A f ull
attendance of teachers Is desired.
The public is invited.
A little boy asked.for a bottle of ' get up in
the ruorning as fast its you ciin," t le druggist
recog Ized a liotieiold name tor 'DeW itta
Li tie Early Risers." and gave him a bottle of
those fntouR little pills for constipation, tick
headache. liver and stomach troubles. W. E.
dards of invitation have been issued
to the marriage o'f Rev. J. Henry
Harms to Miss Sara Wheeler at the
Lutheran cl4urgh,Injgewberry on Wed
nesiday afternoon,*A'pril 20, atO o'clock.
Mr. Harms is a native of Savannah,
Ga., and spent several years in New
berry as a student of Newberry Col
lege, graduating with distinctIon. He
is now serving a Lutheran congrega
tion in Pennsylvania and promises to
take a high stand in his church. Miss
Sara is the youngest child of Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Wheeler of Newberry and
has many accomplishments and will be
sadly missed from the social circle in
Newberry. Tile Herald and News ex
tenids its congratulations and best
wishes to the young couple in advance,
and hopes for them that their paths
may fall in pleasant places.
.For tihe Next 30 Days
From date.I will sell at and below
New York cost Rogers Bros.' Spoons,
KnIves, Forks, and plated ware;
Watches, Chains, Br'acelets, Cuff and
Collar Buttons, Clocks, Broaches, Sil
vetr Novelties, Fancy Goods. Come and
see us, our room is limited andl we must
make room for our spring and summer
goods. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
Jrepaired and work guaranteed. Old
Fgold.and silver bought and exchanged.
'..'- DUARD SCHOLTZ,
if Next doer to Robetrtson & Gilder.
.'The savings Bank
The stockholders of tile Newberry
Savings Bank held their regular annu
al meeting at the bank yesterday. Thle
business of the bank was found in very
satisfactory condition and the manage
The following directors were reelect
ed for the ensuing year:
James McIntosh, 0. McR. H-olmes,
G. E. Hawkins, WV. D. Scnn, Gee. S.
Mower, R1. C. Carlisle, Jas. K. Gilder,
B. C.. Matthews, J. E. Norwood.
'rho directors held a meeting after
the stock holders adjourned and the
following officers were re-elected:
James McIntosh, President.
Geo. S. Mower, Vice-President.
J. .E.. Norwood, Cashier.
Geo. S. Mower, Solicitor.
Thiou'ands of sufferers from grippe htave
tbeen restored to health by One M inteCouigh
Care. It quickly cures oughs, colds, beon
chit.le, pneumonin, grippe asihma, and all
throat and lung dliseases. W. 10. Poiham.,
When we say we can save ,you
money by trading at
We 'mean it. Try up. The reason
we save you from 10 to 25 ets.,
on tile' dollar, is ant we buy
for 2 'large drug stores-Ashe
ville and Newberry-buy lots of
goods, and can sell at close
VARIOUR AND ALL AHOUT
The State ExeoutiVe Committee
meets In Columbia tonight.
qee notice' to creditors of Lewis
Duckett in another column.
Newberry College has given holiday
Easter until Tuesday morning.
The prohibition mass-meeting will be
held tomorrow in the court house.
The Graded School suspends exor
cises today until Monday on account oi
Miss Eloise Iolch, of the Spartail
burg 'Graded School, is at home for
We return thanks to Congressman
Latimer for valuable congressional
The public vaccinator has agait) been
ordered to open his office. See notico
in another column.
Misses Nannie McCaughrin and Mary
Thompson are home for a few days
from Converse College.
Rev. J. D. Bowles has resigned as
pastor of the Bethlehem npstorato in
the Pomaria section of this county.
Mrs. M. B. Cofeld, of the Columbia
Female College, is spending 14astor
with Mrs. S. 13.Jones in Newberry.
Rev. A. G. Volgt will preach the bac
calaureate sermon at the commence
ment of Elizabeth Colego at Charlotte
Mr. Geo. A. Riser, of the Seminary
has accepted a call to churches in
North Carolina and will enter upon the
work very soon.
We are requested to st,tte that the
report circulated yesterday that there
was small-pox at the residence of Mr. J.
R. Green is nottrue.
Miss Maud Hamer, of Little Rock,
S. C., a student of the College for Wo
men.in Columbia iz spending Easter
with her friend Miss Gertrude Carwile
Rev. 10. P. McClintock is in attend
ance upon Presbytery at Iva, in An
derson County, and there will be no
preaching in the Thompson Street
church next Sabbath.
The war bulletins received and post
ed by The Herald and News attract
considerable interest and are eagerly
read by the people. The bulletin board
is at Jamieson's corner.
Miss Laura Irby, of Laurens, came to
Newberry yesterday to visit Aliss Thyra
Schumpert, who came up from the Col
lege for Women at Columbia on
Wednesday, to spend Easter at home.
The county prohibition mass-meeting
is called for tomorrow, the purpose be
ing to elect delogates to a State conven
tion to'bo held in Columbia next- week
to nominate a full prohibition State
Dr. Willits will deliver his famous
lecture, "On the Wing," in the opera
house on the evening of April 20. The
lectnre as under the auspices of the
women of the Presbyterian 'church.
Fuller announcement in Tuesday's pa
per. Those who have heard Dr. Wil
lits on his previous visits to Newberry
will not fail to hear him this time.
Two years ago R. J. Warren. a drug
gist at Plieasant Brook, N. Y., bought a
small supply of Ubamuberl aiun Coug h
Rtemedy. He sunms up the result as
follows: ''At that time the goods were
unknownC iu this sectlin; todiay Cham-.
berlain's Cough Remedy Is a household
word." It is the same In hundreds of
communit.ies. WVherever the goodl
qlualities of Chamb,erlai n's Cough Remi
edy beco known the peoipte wvill
have nothing else. For saleI by WV. E.
The subject of this sketch was born a
slave on the banks of the Reedy river
in Laurens county, South Carolina, in
1824. His parents were Jerry and Hiar
riot Fuller. Bioth died when he wa.s
very young, hence he remembered very
little of them. Shortly after the death
of his p)arents he was sold to a plainter
in Newberry county by the name of
B3arrett Duckett, wit,h wvhom he lived
until freedom. From him he took the
Hie began life as his own mian with
seven children and an invalid wife.
On life's rugged shores he labored and
by honest work and strict attention to
business he succeeded in amassing
quite a fortune. M r. Duckett stood
high in all relations of life. He was a
true racial man and had the interest of
his race ever before him.
More than 15 years ago lie founded
the Future Progress Society of South
Carolina. This organization has be
come a household word in every negro's
home in the county and nearly .ever-y
county in the State. That institution
was his "heart's idol."
He ever watered it with his tears
Trho Society has lost a great man and
founder. ils life was given in its de
fense, therefore it should he perpet,u
ated and made a living monument to
him. The church of his choice has
lost a'living sermon, a counselor and
father, Hie was never narrow in his
religious views and was ever found
ready to lend a hand "in his Name."
Trho county has lost a good and upright
cif,izen, a man that wvas highly respect
ed by all that knew him.
The fanmily has lost a I iving and (de
voted husband and father and his home
life was worthy of the highest admuira
On'Sunday, AprIl 3d, be wvas laid to
rest in Flint Hill cometery. TPhe funeral
services wore conducted by tev. F. Rt.
Wallace. More than 1,000 of his friends
colored and white gathered to see the
last of this goo.d man.
His last years were full of peace--n
fitting close to a life of Christian trust
CITY COUNUIL I'IOOEEHDINOS.
The New Cotuil Uoto lng- Jown to 1Iusinvess.
A Goost MnT Livw -Public Watering
i'iaes'--titc% ele Law to be Mitrtlly
at Society Invited to
The City Council held its regular
monthly mecting last n.ight, the full
council beiig present.
Chi!f 1unter iade very satisfactory
report to council, which was received as
Aldernian tarhardt brought up1) the
question of bicycles on sidewalks, and
expressed lims:-lf as watiting the law
strictly enforced as it stood or stficken
from the books. Aldermai Taylor moved
that the chief of police be instructed to
notify his men to make arrests of all per
sons caught on sidewalks within limits
stated in ordinance and brought Lefore
the nmayor. Carried.
Tle question of reducing insurance oii
opera house, on motioi of Alderman Ear
hardt, was referred to the committe on
Ahlerman Lane moved that one stock
fountain and one drinking fountain be
placed on public square for the benefit of
the public-seconded by Aldermain lp
ting. Alderman Earhardt moved as a
silbstitute that on stock fomsitain and
two drinking fouitaiis be p aced on pub
lie square. The substitute was adopted.
The stock fountain selected is to be auto
On notion of Aldeman Young the
mayor Wias inistructeld to appoint a Comi1nlit
tee to locate water fonttains. Mayor ap
Pointed the five aldernien on committee,
am,d tley will niect mxt Wednesday even
ing for tiiit purpose. .
Oil moltion; water faucets were ordered
put in market stalls, council chamnber,
couity treasurer's office, under stage inl
opera house and omme in lot for town
Bids for rent of opera house were
opened and rejected --the city retaining
management of house.
Alderman Epting stated that lie had
been requested to ask council to appoint
comnmittee to mteet with Commissioners
of Public Works t destroy the first issue
of water and light bonds, which was not
used, the wofling of saie having had to
be changed. The ma.vor apPointed Al
deriien Epting, I,anle auid himself on this
connniittee, le hi.ivinlg sigiecd the bonds.
h'lliA collnnI ittee will aecet the coiimnis
sioners this afternoOn for this purpose at
On iuotion of Alderman Tavlor , the
city attorney was instructed to draft i
dog ordinamce ICquirmlIg the ownler of
each dog to secre a l iccnse tag from the
city, for which $1 is to be. pauid annually.
'very (log caught without license to be
taken up and owner itotilied, and if not
claimed and tagged within three days time
(log to be disposed of.
Oi motion, the law regulating public
drays was also aniietded, requiring a li
ce,se tag to be tacked to diay.
On motion of Aldermanm vounlg, a new
lock was ordered placed ol hxcelsior
EnXgine house and 15 keys furnished the
meibers of the company.
Oi motion of Alderman Epting, the
official bond of the clerk and treasurer of
the city was approved.
On motion of Alderman Earhardt, at,
invitation was extended the State Agri
cultural Society to hold its suminmer meet
ing in Newberry. The clerk was in
strticted to forward said invitation to Col.
T. W. Holloway, at Poinaria.
On motion o? Alderman Earhiardt, Su
perintendeit Voss was reu(Ilested to see
Commissioiers of Public Works and re
quest them to put up a So-candle incali
desceit light at the corner of BirowNi's
stables, as asn expeiinment.
Alderman Eairhardt, at request of Mr.
E. S. Coppock, asked that the council
erect a fene on lne of public works' land
. at power hmouuse a nd Mr. Copmpock 's prop)
erty. The council refused to grant this
Aldlermani Young, at. request of Mr. W.
T. Tarranit, asked that council build re
taining wall omn Mr. Tarrant's property
opplosite W. T. D)avis & Co., for whichi
proeMr. Tiarrant wvouild give back 12
uuiches. Thlmis request was also refused bvx
On motion, the mayor wvas requested
to ap)poinit a coimnittee to confer with
Connnissioners of Pubilic WVorks in refer
ence to spirinmkling tIme streets. Mayor
app)ointed following on said conmmittee:
Aldermneii Younag, I a ine andt Earhardt.
Thelm first quarterly repiort of the clerk
anud treasurer will be readly for publicat
tion within the next few (days.
Coucil adjourned to meet Wednesday
SmaHui i'ox Ins 'Toun.
It, was dliscoveired 'LTuesday atfterniooni
that, there wer'e three m lId cases of
small pox in the city.
One of the cases had about re 'overied
and the otherCi two wer'e milId types but
prononced genuine casCs by Drs.
J. M. Kibler' and1 J1. H. MchItosh.
.John Pr'matt's wife on College Hill
had about r'ecover'ed but~ their child
was still sick. T1he other case was
Bottle Brooks over im "'Brooklyn'' who
had been nuresin1g t.he IPracts.
They were' all or'dered to the host
house by the' Board of H-Iealthm andI vase
einatilon was resnued.
There is nlot any danger of at spread
of the (disease.
Dr. Wright, t,he colored phy3siciain,
wvas at,tendilng the Priatt.s and thei case
was so mild he prloniouniced it only
Eastetr ICgg ifuint.
T.he W-ide A wake M issionary' Society
of the Luitherani ebiureh w i l give an
E'ast.eir Egg IIlunit at thme reslience of
MrI n. J1. L. Inmage on Easter' Mlonday,
11 th instant, at 4 o'clocik in the after
noon1. A n adlimission of 5 cents wtill lie
charged and1( lots of fun andl a pleaisant
tAie he given t,be) children. Every
bod y In vited.
Th'le Lutheran conic megation att New -
ber'ry hats begun atrranigemments for the
cntertal inent of theI Unilted Synod
wvhleh meets hero in May. T1here will
Ibe atbouit '75 delegates in attendance
and includ ing ladies and1( otheri visIt.ors
posily3 about 100 st rangers prIesenit.
They willl all he giv'en a heart,y wel
Thme following commifittees have been
Schumpert, 3. M. IKIbler.
RLceoption-Geo. B. Cromer, W. IP.
Hlouseal, 0. 11. Mayor.
C2orrespondence- l'. H. Aul11, Wmn.
.Tnhnnn 1'0 T, I-lpnn
the Court Rest weec.
The extra tern of court ordered for
next weck will only hear such cases as
were on the criminal docket at the last
term. No new cases can be heard as
there will Io no grand 'jury in attend
Counting the appeals from .Magh
trates' courts there are twenty cases
carried over from the last term.
Soe of the3 were continued to the
regular July term but as we do not re
call which ones were so continued we
publish herewith all the cases on the
docket and carried over from the last
Bunk Adams -violating dispensary
.John Payne, Henry Williams, An
thony Dudicy-appeal from Magistrate.
Jno. Bal ee, 1enry DeWalt-appeal
Niles Thomas and Sing Valentine
appeal from Magistrate.
Den Dominick, Will Wise, Sam
Shealy-appeal fron Magistrate.
Town of Newberry vs. J. Y. Miller
appeal from Mayor's Court.
J. W. Riser-house-breaking and lar
cony and receiving stolen goods.
John 13ickloy-house breaking and
larceny and receiving stolen goods.
Deviliis Baker-house breaking and
larceny and receiving stolen goods.
David Taylor and Simicon Taylor
house breaking and larceny and receiv
ing stolen goods.
Devilius Baker-assault with intent
Will Morris-burglary and larceny.
Robert Floyd-assault and battery
with intent to kill.
William Burton, Albert DeWalt., et
Fayette Metts-disposing of property
Richard Workman-assault and bat
tmry with intent to kill.
H iram Suber-house breaking and
,. W. Sligh, Ed Wallace, Miles Wal
lacc, Jam. Ruthenrford-riot and assault
and battery-with intoot to kill.
Seckers after gold are often disap
pointed. Seekers after health take
Hood's Sarsaparilla and 11nd it meets
every expectation. It
Dr. Italoman lin Charlotto.
Rev. Dr'. Ilallman, editor of the iu
theran Visitor, was in Charlotte two
weeks ago and lectured at, Elizabeth
The lecture was delivered without
maniscript, in fact, was 'an extempo
raneous e1lort, nothing having been
premeditat-d except the heading.
The sixth lecture of at series being
delivered before tne students of Eliza
beth College, was delivered Monday
evening by Rev. S. T. Hallman, 1). D.,
of Prosperity, S. 4., editor of the Lu
After expressing his gratification on
finding the building so tine, large and
substantial and its equipments so
modern. congratulating the faculty
and students and thanking the presl
dent and colleg(r community for the
courtesies and hospitality shown him,
he proceeded to discuss his subject.
"The Importance, and Necessity of
I-iglier Female Education."
1. Ours is a great age-an age educa
WVe love to fancy that ours is the
golden age. The t,wentiet,h wvill no
dloubt be the greatest centunry of the
world's history. Progress in every dec
partment of human development has
beeni manrvelously great,. The world
todlay would be a recvelation of wonders
to the man who lived a hundred years
ago. Ou r edlucational advantages are
so great, that, children at ten know more
than those of forty years ago knew at
2. T[he intellectuality of woman comn
pares wit,h that of man.
In itness of faculty, mental and spin'
itual, womaii is man's supierior'. Th'ie
world has at, last acknowledged this
and woman has won her proper posi1
tion. Troday women are coming to the
front, They are no longer' menial
slaves, doomed to domestic drudgery.
They are making themselves salf-sup
pJorting, self-preserying. I anm an adl
vocate of mairrinage, but unless the oif
fered hand be tha' of a man of wort,
character and congeniality, remain
single forever. Be one of God's angels
on earth. T despis e, I hate the word
'"1(1 maid.'" If a woman chooses to
live Lingie let her (10 s0. Many, many
of these are God's angels, doing t.he
sweetest., best service to mankind. The
beaut,ifnl consecrated lives of Misses
Havergal, l3arton, and \Villaird were
dwelt uipon ats examplles of the noblest
womanhood. These won the homage
and( gratitude of tihe world's best intel
3. The respmonsibility of wvonman will
be greaten' in the future than ever be
In the mudn,frigandl refin
force. The education of the future will
be in henr hands more-largely than that,
of the panst has been. T1he conditions
of society are changing. woin
'. 'hi meet these demandswoe
must be~ educated.
T 'he noble women mientionedI coultd
not hav' tillled the hiighm inission thec
did( had they not been eduncatedl. T'1'e
ruly gallant man will bow before niothi
. ig soi stoi nas before educated Chris
I5. in t,he past these facts have not,
beeni appreciated as .,bey shouldl have
been biy the 1'rotest.ant, Churches.
IThe Lutheran chiu rch is coming to
thle forefront, in recognizing anid nmeet
ing the (duty and necessity of higher
female educat,ion. The wvor'ld wilt not,
j udge the church b.y the creedsl aund(
doctrne confessed, b)ut by what we (10
in nducatitnai and1( literary wvay, by
wvhat we do( (o raise the fallen and (towni
trodden, to nalleviate su Iferinug, (1Ispel
I gnorance, mand hetter the cond(iitIin oif
mankhind in general.
To~( aippria(mte the address one should
have heard it. Space fails to do it even
D)r. Iilullman is a most, amiabile mian
-a moan wihose very becarintg and per
Honaul i y hosp,eak that fait,hfuil, conse
eraltedl man of God.
IMay his visits to Ellizabet.h Coliege
h~e as frequent as this was pleasant to
,us al l.-R(eported1 for the Charlotte Oh
ser-ver', by Prof. IR. L. Fritz.
M. L,. V,ont . Cimermon, Pa.. ,rys: " wans a
stferer for ten years,I8 t ra~ tug miost alt k imits of
mitme re(medtf. blut withIi ut.sueccess. DeW itt ,s
itch unzxet salve waes iecon mment to mc o.
I us'er1 oneu tax. it has ieti d a pi. mn no-() t
cue" Ass pe'rmmancen,cue for plies JD Witt's
Witch Hasji sstve has no equal. WV. J0. 1oi.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NEWS OF A LIVIE AND 1RO.
(SpeialCotrestotaenc110ritld 1111d Nt W,. 1,
Prospority-, S. C., Apiril 7.-Rain and
cold, with indications that tho fruit
Cro) is again killed. There is a iflul..
about live years out of six.
Fron the newspaper atecouits we
need voluntners to put dowi Ilie ilsinur
rection In N.). 11 Township. Tihe casu
alties Iru abouit. liko the Cuban batiles
that we re.id so 1u1ch abhouit. \ v
"spel" they' tivetn reading tie Now
York WorlI oei- ii that stectionti and
know how to I .it a pitched battle anid
do no datua,e.
Tho addr-es* uf Rev. Dr. Rice in
WVightmtan Chapel Sundi(ay evei ng
was one of t,le strongest pioseilntations
of th tiue weihbiOal 41,110 WC 1ve heatt-d.
Hie said all the forces tnow it work
the parceling of China, the Ctkban rev
olution-was working by and under the
guiding hand of ProvidoneO to prOvC
the brothorhood of man andIi the ft.iher
hood of God. The progtamm11o was ren
deted in its entirety and Clio singing,
wan c.Neeptionally good.
Dr. Rice do!ivered his lectir'e on
"Chr'istian E-itl !;tioln"in " race churh
Sunday night.. It wits not out' good
forttine to b ''-tresoltt, but we have
heard it, spokr I f it the very highest
terms, tnd we m1iOw it, mu11st have beenl
line, and regr I ontr absence.
Prof. W. 11. Wilice wats it town
Sunday to iear Dr. Hice lecttte.
Dr. 0 11. Mayer was in town otn
Wednesday to see Mrs. Whites.
Mr's. Kate .'on:ts and MNr. W. A.
Couts., o 'Li Motllittilti, have been
Ill) the past week to see Mnrs. 11. H.
Whlites-Amit Josie as she is so famil
larly. known. M's. Whit.es has betn
sick for the paluv five tmonths aid caio
to Prosperity to be cured. Sine Is do
ing some bette.
Capt. .1. N. Poagle was in town Wed
tnesday. He rports everythinig quiet
in the ."Cedars",and plenty of hiding
places in case (if wait'.
In speakintig of wa, if only we coulId
get rid of tIhis suspense Mither quit mr
go to figh iting, atnd relieve tine tension
and give tts sonmetIitig else to tailic
aIbout. It is war. wanr, watt' whert-ver
you go, even t-._ chiliren tire tatkitg
Ml:$s Anna l et r hast' lt b t een- calle,'d to
Little Mouintatin by t.he sickiess of ier
broilier-in-laiw, Mr. S. W. Yotng.
('ap tan I Dock have gtne into tho
cow business, and are buty i. , it u till the
cows they einn. Anyone having them
fot' sale would do well to see them.
Dock boighit oett thatt t.tknes tie cake
aind is worth comng tto see. t, is a
curtiosity. I have seen ailtiost ever'.y
shaiped cow, but never saw one as
"1sway-backed" as she is. Ask A. (. to
show hern to you. And it, is said shte
gives four gallotis of milk a dity-wi
derful Iin tnore ways thatilin one.
Mr. Jacob 11. BooZer, a well ktnown
Cit,izen of lower NO 9 Township, 1'-eCnt'l y
passed away last Pniday night. NI r.
Boozer, I aimt1 old, st,udied law inl his
younlger days atid was admitted to 1.hu
bar, but preferting an aigricultual to a
legal life, lie settled on Satludai river
aid followed the vocation of a planter.
H1e accumiulated a tnice prope)rty inn reaIL
estate. lie %as buried at the old home
in Lexington Conta.y. lie leaves at
wife atid live children. lie was well
known throughoiut tle countity.
The old shoe-miaker, Levi Douglas.
who was so sevet-ely buried sotmie
weeks t1uo, t -el)Ort of which ILpIpeaIt'ed
in The Herald and News at the Litile,
after m1uch sulfleri'tr a dtil pain , died
Sunday night. HIis son, a teltaherl int
clallin University, camile up1)and wats
with him Whent the enld 'aie. - Hle was
a goodi shioe-inaker'.
T1he sttraw berrny festival of t,he Kinhg's
Datught.et's ott Frniday niight tit te
Grtaded School build ing wa is a success,
andl( a tico l itt,lc) suma wais ireatlize'd.
Thea htumot'ous add r'ess of Prnof. I laytnes
on the "RJ.ise andt Fall of the Mutstachie"
wais a dlecided Itit, so muchei so thait sev
etral of L,he boys w ho ar te just, now spor't
itng the'ir n'est Itirsunt.e t,houghInt lie was
hittitng nit thiem.
Rev. Mir. McClinttock, of your' city,
preacchned morning andu tnight in the
A. R. P. church Sutnday.
The committee in char'ge of the M'asLtr
service to be held itn Graice church tand
t,he Suntday-school ar'e pr'acLicintg oeh
night this week anid will lie prtepnat'ed to
r'ender't the "Prntinc Vhctoriouts"n on
Easter Suniday night. IThe exoecse
will begin at 7.45. We give Lthe prto
gt'amme afOtnd inv'ito nallI to comii out tind
etnjo)y the glad East.or tide:
Swig by schooI-"Once sconed of
itespjotnsive r'eadintg-St. Jlohn x x.
Sonig by school-"HIal to the htappiy
Solo-'C(om-e let uts join otur chtteerfulI
song"--M iss Mai' I-obb, wvith choru'ts
Song by school-"Thne day ofC a'esur
R(ecitt,tion 1by MIiss Aninie Helle
Song by school--0' hatpp y kaster'
liettoflnby Gr'anville WVycher, A I
leni Lester', Roy Kont, L,illitusitinpson.
Soing by schnool--" Swveet I'ast('r joiys."'
Reci tat,iont 1)y Rosa Hlle Uinrmoitnn,
Anntiie L~aiei Lestetr, Willie MIaty W is. ,
Antnie Moseley, John i lat, Wiso, Vinrgil
Sotng -"'M y fait,h looks unp I > thee
by isolaine Wyc~'hie, Lena [.,ns -n', .Jetnnie
Hlhnaitn, Lillian Wise.
Sonig--Qutartet,te -MN iss hilanch')e N ib
let', Gert,iutie Situp son, MIessrs. I"nainkI
Btrowtne anrd Ha tskell I enagle.
Addrness byn stuper'itintdnlt.
Song by n-chtool-"O' ble.sse.d Loird."
Henedt ic itiOtt.
As Line.tinne aippr'oatches forn tine ustual
conammennementi , neris's onf tine Grta(i-d
School we hnearn it aiskedi, "WhIno 'grtadutn
ites t,iis y'ear? WVhito will ttinkLe tel
drness?''" aind so ott. Pr'tof. A tI itfntntrs
mei th at HIott. Ii. Frtaunk WIlIsotn, of
Suminter', wili delivt'rt the addrtess this
yeittar .n tiune 9th. Thnis will be anioter'
somettthing good. f>ton't, foriget, tine day
on' n'aitner night. WVill tell yount abtot, it
lIev. J1. A.h. Sc~eerct, formner t'is-,
sinarne'y of ithe Unitedl Synnod it Sat.a.
Woitnain's H-omnne anai ForetigtnI Mhsin
tiny Stilety of Grace churchel ott thn
night,of Maty 10th. Mr t. See' will
nto doiubt tell us asomtethning tnf Line pen
pnle, hiabits and etn,t.nms (of that fart
tiway land, iie waint thtat coutrty at.
the t,itane of I i.he thin-.Japa)inese wvarn.
Mn's. Schet'etr hastl-o been~i engaage'd itt
Sceret' otn hais v'isit hete. 'II hey go
fr'omn inere to Newberrn'ty to aittLenti lIne
tneetinig of then lt:iited Sytnd, whaih
contivenes ont NIay lIit,h int the tathIernatn
Frtomn the tmanty (14n.inins expr'essedl on
till sl(des, one wouldIn thnintk I l'resienat.
Micinley hnad maude a mristakeo in tnt
tneletini anmai (If om.' "'Slon,no' f. ..
his ettbinlet. They wonl vettfle the wt
in Short. order. We havo lio aldvive I
ofTer. There is ime thin-r I would l
to set, til lit it. is I b It at, I, war-h i m 1
ntitid Iliter i Statlks of die Unio
Lot. the new crttisur just, bought fro
Italy i 0 natned Bit South C'olitit, tilt
put iIghthilf! I"'h Evalls in comnand
wmdttl w:it ho nIt lavy for. Spil or t
1rub triniv t-he 11111n4 of .114 ilb CII
olint. We nv hav t.ho Now Yor,t
t,he Tex:s, &So. C,W' you ta ' sovt
liry Lowi"'. or Assi.tnlt, Sverl1etar
R,00-0 't ICS at t-ttiOn tO it. Mr. Vdit(l
o i Shall wo 4yet Chips [(to oit For ius?
Dr. Itallain is hohdinlog pitsionl
hlyl wt-Ik 'wrvhl-'s 10a1h iht.h
we-:k in) (;vaet lu 'b Th isben t11
S111da y low his 11ortim wervivo liti,J
Tahbo he wI havv kmilm)ionl ot
and lit. GraItvvfi 4 t thidr ( S')n d v. T
is th it il Him . itt a thint ti'li il
Grat- has Inot, hI t com nn it ( io. l on
Iko tlIou)jSne y ii:it. hel1h1 , COnJSt
patin,sotir st44nach, 11indi1stimn art' promptl
curedt by Ifood's V'illk. They -i4 their wor
H oo d's
asyn h '. -a&
25. ~0011 AL ll dritiLt i.tt 'tti'i iO1
Preparvd by c. 1. hl hiv.-ell, At'lot,as
Tho only H-Il I - i h [:kv iit h I tI o l's Sars)prill.a.
The Tim.' 1Has COMI
'Lju~ S,~u Suli's lilt !t t i .t
.1.. ~ 'Pt 41,F I i I )uI tt. ! t''.ti
tl arly A Itl I ur CItn I
t i tl 1 it o ( at !t t
I l U 11 1 1
~~'iittiei o o ' .it,1 B I i t t
All hin ds forsalk lt rock h(Mailm
HiUBiTSON & (1.1,I)(I'',(
D)rItg S(oro !
... ...( i ) I ) ~ eii I. .... .1I
.F'Stililitus futrnisild oili tipliell
tion withont cbrl't'. If you hive
hAOIISO to blibtl 1r a11Ny 111--Chantiein
work,I to bo (I.-ne It will saivo 101
Inlollov to Soo 11s r,-or .hsn o
it 1I S. A revon illf20 years inil th
businvess. 16-forenwos fuihelld i
desirn.d. V'irs; t ls.- work nt, lowtis
J. C. C.NNO. & 'SON,
NOWherryAW, Xi. C.
i ,wa., at c o 111 he k-y carr -id h im 11o1lfi in,.
It. is unnI1w*Irryv. \\e lumvl -avv
tho )'Vem of hilmrtils lm<& will [Ay
yours for 2, cont:i. ()!ir COMP0o11n
Clough ilyvrnlp svhdoin fildsto givo ill
111eldialv and pe>maoiet, nolitif. I9
min bottle I, ] v y uw l ive Iyll h
A MAN puts his
hat on last, but
q" it makes
>r his whole
- - lat
s is the fit
to the well
dressed man. Givesjustthe
L right finishing touch to his
attire and makes his tailor
feel he has not lived in vain.
Stiff and Soft Hats are
equally good and graceful.
3F r Sal "E3.y
0. M. Jamieson.
Spring Clothing i
W1l W pro l)ared to show
one of the prottiest and best
selected stovks of Men's,
Boy's an( Children's Suits
thiat it has ever been my
pileasuilo to (Xhil)t to my
, 'l-iVrieIS aid CIstOlmers.
Whil North I took e-.
POCiil )ai8 il buyillg iuits
for it little folks f,omn 3 to
1) years 011.
OurJunior Snits fron 3
to 8 yoars old is ats nent
ind ts nobby ats Caln ho.
Our ). 11. Boy's Suits
fr-oin 1) to .10 yvnars old
i o0 of the prottiost
Clil fnd p1r0ror I Ht.it
for t-lie boys beforo lhe
s1.os ire birokenl. WO
1 gilaran111(k prices find
Loadir of Low Prick.
The place to get
Your supplies is at the
J. K. Gilder Book Store I
We also sell
Sheet Music, Checkers,
SA lot of Watch Charms
Sgreatly reduced prices.
Fountain Pens, the best
,made, from $2.50
iPicture Frames, Ect.
And everything kept in
a first-class bookstore.
Come to see us !
S J. K.OILDER
V Book Store,
P. S.--See our Ham
Cannon & Mayies,
are agents for the
Miansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
je Wengh ask of ay man) whofst
ii o : ibnires t1 he snowy wh1iteness and beau
I. iful fin)ish thait wn put upon01 his dre'ss
or uses shiirt, reon. or onI his connies
a- : dcuffs. Wo don't blame him for be
e ing proud of Il- t,bo only thinug we re
! t is that,L we enn't sendA aL TIoswell
around1)) with 01ur .101hnson to) hearL the
0) enon10iumsl) pas.1d o our 0lne~ wit%ork, so
Iwe couild -ay that, "we dono) it."'
Agents wanited ini the~ suirrounfdling
'f l l.4/