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lit k4ud a#d fir
E. I. AULL, Kotwa,
A GALLANT SO.DIERR ANItANNr.A
Major Garliington i4 alxm V) year
of age and is a thorigh and br,iv%
solder, as he has showin on the hattle
1ld. Ito is a son of the hme Albertt C'
Oarlingtou, who wa,A Ad jutim and n
SpeCOr1 General of Soti C'rolina idr
ing tho late war, Major Ghrlingtoi
graduated alout- the time of the In
dianl troubles, etding in Cister's m:assa
ere and he surrentlerid his forlough ti
join in the figtingi and was prom111t
made a 1 I'st. Ileltenint 1%f Lvair
L-iter onl he was platt'd in char. to
tnu Greeley ex ped ition.
In tihe Iovemnt leadinug. up t I t hi
hat Ie of Wouinded Kltoe het- 11h11.edi :
onispieuoll.s part and 1., was sevorell
woilnded diriing the Woinlitid Kilek
engaemen. He has bouln steadily
pwoimioted and is now major. and is con
netted with the adjutaint atid inspektoi
general's olie. a11nI in ti t, ca pate ,
has visited t11e ( 'it :iel andk ( 'Cltmtioi
I 'ollege. It is "sa id4 Se'cretary v f \\ a
Iam11ot0t. once said N1joir G,arlintol
andl one ot her ollit-or hal been lie t w<
eonspiemous instanets of menl whilo ha
risen urVely I and simply on metrit, anit
regardlets of politieil inliuences. Nlj'
Garlington is highly thoulight of by a
militaf% men and every one who know:
The above is from the coluniia cor
respondQ,qo of the News and Coirier
andt has reference to iajor lrnest. A
We are proud of the" I'ecord of Nilajo
Garlingtoni and we are glad Gover-not
Ellerbe has asked that he he pit in
eammtnd of the Sou ih Carolia troops
le is a native of Newherry and FIII
his boybood in Newherry and our peo
ple have taken a jist pride in his en
rcer and the success he his attain.'d.
We are siure the Sout Caiolina hov\
will be glad to 11ave hit as their voi
manding ollieer aint he w\ ii: lve tIu
o0easionl io 1;rtlret takinl' vonmmanld o
S.Ilth (C'ar inla I tri ps.
There hla- bel-n a "good 6wa' 44 wiul
1al1k r1e-v ntll Y. I! i, nl loig r tai:k. 1
i 'inIi lle --ai -. I. i t ' fie :c-lifi
T.10-0 W'o. wvrt 0(61w m- u 111chiol ta:i11l
evan b1;l% thlow a nat t-,) s u;
he rtalk w:...:, 11b4ir dh-, l--. Thi :-c b!
t'i) iiI Vl* : l . 11n1 d f r .:- cw
Tht.v. is 1OW htl0t , --;do 'o Ii, qa
Ii(n 'i'h e c an hceiCit tic' lon c.c m idi'
oneti .] ic:d '.nh .t-iw tj Tvac- l 'l:c In hnt
ing theIife- 4f evo- y ir v A n in
Th -poliy .o (I't . m ii lr he , iwvn II,d
ill rihe Sal ian" rds h l be1 ti'ib1.1 Ih p
A lonlg aI t ht \v a op'u. w l i fl or:i
peaeabl e (I I kt e h m hwI il
for-m:did n t.-n::w - Thnat I)
ins plhed 'd'll. dn -y if tn-ory A\nm-ri
queAs. Wi are not steking toeltilar(
our nterritovy. It, is at wail frl
ty and for fredLoi for- .the oppji-essudI
Tholua behav bueeon t'recn'. uani.
ty Willin ret and opprssiot
will cese id Ck!ba will be fre. Ihtl'
war is no holiday iffatir. Maylil ve:
Vernd [muh Iroperty will e destroyd
1in al IAgea Qf the wo IIeI in011 have Iad
slari .ti t,e naitci' cino treed' amiicii
forit humaity 1 'icisotill
Volunci'esl hav p alldc for.i Siut i
CardtinaIc''c propoin ci -unde tis ca
wil luit'bec c, c abou '. ,'nough for I hr: t c
irig id''he it iTh tte il c'it will i-i
ofgiethei pp rt it tic cii ic oluniteeh firs ' t
Wice sup-s iii vernr I: ieh wl a
out teli-tit in' a-la or t wio. cci
Verym 1 -ely ci wi iiil. The i;tin it not,c
iilas ti'oll'cr 02 ci1 Wei ii k I f .c-n it 3
iit. i own ~z t.ccnut..n i i.' ut c
O,iu - wars t ils-t ar Icin c. iac ci rim aiii
riedt fo autin nits inii 10 i hic y , i v ee:
reay to ti l sichi ii i s \ oi't'l st.j
P '( Ti c At'etc i(c it. itl Iii. w. s,e
oThie o Atlnt- ..ltorna tl sblih , tlhn
Sto sif the i a ie ma~ h,i ja tic
ing r.h ilitia ei NIv. awei in t"it4 m.g b
onato oer o s- the sn-tmipngtiu of tic
timket w1ue pubis itt'tW)'
'vadiet ti- aii It (1 i)ilt. iiig; 'f Iii
ditribgt or o rlenis .siii .to It
Uni t Staer..it ind i blaf for .ioc
Prdnti ( *Ito ll.o rt s uch gi't n ,beri i'5i
t'h~ie will, of 1.igi S t or Vita l.s me,
* tntvLen.in tho tplace' of dae,ft I
Jinofi nt.ion, tas aamyiust ie noc
p rs iu itebeLlin, tn d isue i'1
oresno that whpindose tolecth( otic
Mr.ic oftweM Att e inl oritot' i
weeklm iy ette ' om 'oumb ciaot In oa
ing of ah Prod bto ta3i. e a, saysi of,hi
enatore' Moeris theit. strengIth oit
andcet Tn pusiown wiords:e g
oftet pof te. tce,i adt
Ge. i8. Moer ofnidae for Antrne
Gneofralnltam'e"s'. a m ta l rcorf
caeh 'enyasnc 'm. roie
Cerai it i, ter isn Ie,e ima
TI1 (IT'Y FATHICK4.
A 11atre at otu City Fathers-Thoy are Ku.
Jiytv1g Merry Mrakera Week Ili
wo have had inl mind for several
weeks -in fact sinle the ins"tallation
into ottlee of etn ''trIvt connell1 -of
ivinla theiml anl ilistratel Wiite up,
but until now we ba-zo vot had oppor.
This Wkeek wO pire'2It .oil the ImuYito
-ItId a) t'2ne11 and m hit-f of .
[ II-ME-Ut.T HiEN RY l.' S
Mlh yor Evanls is llow servinlg hlis third
terml and .lring _ his adminlistrationl the
town hs :4. Imany strides forward
in every way. Every body in the State
and out, knows .\Mavor Evans or "Ilub"
as he is known ann11ol his friends.
I it is a nlative of ('harlestonl and was
boln -10 years n-o, bit, vanme to New
herry with his parents, MIr Ind irs. S.
N. -.vatis. It the ibreakiii- olit of the
wiarI. He stuidied hI llw inl the olice of
JuI:-tiVe P 0 nid w t adillitted to prae
tive after three .\ears Ftuldv. HIe is a1
jovial, whole Soull-d f-liow, true to hil
friend, atil Ias done tilch ft I. t'-v
to.xn. Ilie hoI oll Ill o-10 11.d inll h
p s of 1th 'It 110 as a llObh J ' (nd -
lith, fill Alltorn-yI(l,\
Aldermai .ino. W. E.ahardt is a
luttive of ILxington ('ounlty bein(v bori
inl th town of Lexil4rt,onl i 18Wi4. Iie
a tltelnde1 t-ewhools at. 1'xingirtonl and
elitered te pinting offhve of the Lex
ing-tonl )ispatlc whih1 is owned and
-dited by I i hi u l li. I . -i. I.Lrmo
liIe en .n2 to Ne~w herry'~ inl 18:3 a121( ne
eete positionl (on the ()bserver. W\hen
51 r. Walhtare hi ft the~' (hset'v.e r he was11
givenl ed1itorial control wh.'ichI he man12
aged14.. with edtiit. for fonr yeatrs and
theni r'e-igned too0.1'C4pt, a2 p2osition4 on2
T he Illorahl 2122d New..s whe'lire hie now44. is
iFor two4'1 year Is 1he )- ha been presiden2t of
thle E xceh,ior 1"ire1 ( 'omtpany'. lie was'21
reared4 ini a I.uithe2ranl faily and1' 12 is ia
membe114r o4f that11 th'2om2ina:t,ion. Iii:'
ancest2 r in 4'I,44jorston (222'onnty have5 11
he is 244w hohI4blng his lirst. Oli('e ia
Jame224s .1. r .ane14, ald(1erman: of war'iid 2
'' is a2 ntivle of t,is eaun t .' 11214 was'~ ar
on2 thle farmt bunt atfter grow4.ing to (1an.2
hood spen'2t sevetral y.'eais in the mercn
- I arige antd .prosperous4)21 farmher and11( [als<2
t. m1erchant 2 and (1( ial estalte dealer ii
N Newb'erryt'~. I itt is no(w servin2g htis fIirs
11rma 2221rma of t he town4 I of New.4
'T'21M AS 1'. 11>Ti NO.
eThos. E' Epti'g, alderman of waruA :
~ 213ittvIte townt in thatt capacit:
agalu this yeltr. He0 wats horn In the
county in V855 and came to N-wberry
18 yeaI ago and began clerking for
C. & G. S. Mower Co., and continued
with tlls it-m Iintil they went out,
of tho grocery business when lie
opened on) his atccollit. I Is it llwae.)oer
of tho fethod1l itchieurch.
\W 11.1.\.\A .\. Yt I N .
Alderii1ll1 W. A. Yolttg of Ward 4
is a lative of ('oweta C ollity, Ga , atll(!
was born1 in 1867. Ilo ha11-4 been act ively
en--agled l in the d iru husines; foreleven
year11211 lIt itenlded the M hind ( 'ol
lege of 1 'llrlaCy fillr onc, termll. lie
las resided in Nowhevry since N9.).
His gralldparent( Imloved from 'New
herry Coity to 1114oi lb has
Oil;. returnli d to the home14 of his anves
er.Ill is Ilow -cwinl.! his fi!-Aerm
. 711,.i .'V a i
.1 Ino. .\l .t I o', adIrman frol wa tl
5 is a nlativo of illwincob ('oint.y. N. C..
an,l. wals horun ill PISI). Svelill 11he
civil wal folr fivo nths. (ame to
E'l,zei1L1d (mnut,y in I13 Where ie
t,aln'ht, mchool for. two years, and thenl
engllaed in farnii llg a1nd lerchandisin'r
titilL sovell years ago whenl ho went,
into thfe cottonl mill businlesq '1.ad sinwe
has bween Iiployel in te. Cottoll mills
It will be obser1ved tat all oIf the'm
are~ !ompIlaratively youniig men, but we
feel sure they have the bewst inter' lest s of
li.he town a3It he--t imd] will u1se thleirI in
IIhinee fothe 14 prlomot.in of1 e1Cvery good
It will also4 he oblserivedl I t ht not1. one
of the l is a native. of the~ town, and1(
onilyV I wo. :u-4o m111 ivsi of thle count)1 y.
Chief of I '(4lice 1leury3 (. Iint.ore is a1
naltivye of I.ant~ eens (.'onn11 t. and is 35
years1 old, lie ha:s served te townI for
severa11 year aUs 1h1ealt hl ollier, and( wats
a very e.'llcient oller. lie was elected
to hiis present, positio inuI the face of
p)lication on hiis lart, for the) position).
In lF.ur ope, Asia, A\ frica,. A 11utl ia
Shaker mict(ineCs are being used1 by3
:mIIifing hiallnaniity forlll'.e eniie of sick -
Ne. eri w. as8 t here suchli a11 unversal dc
mantud, nleveri811 sneh wonder. ful r esulIts,
Shaker 41 1 i)i'gest1 ive Ior ini makes.&' 42( hose
fat.fe-l ouIt from) t.he4. wearlin g eftsL4'. of
Ii 1.eliC'.es the4 13'1 lymtomsl of dysplOp
slia, 111)d, a1f ter'18 uing for aV r1ea1so)tble
Sold b)y drulggists. Tial ho Lles fiee.
At 011co, 10,000 pouinda.of dry hidest.
1] igheist matrket pico paid,1(1
t&f t. Summewr Bros.
. /.. - - '' ' -- -
The Call For Voluntearg Made-1erman
ard Itooevelt 808iglus.
(Special to Herald and News.)
Columbitt. S. o , April 25, 3.30 p. ml.
- Ilhe 0Oon has beln heard from.
She tonched on Chill coast nd received
at cargo or wo ton,, of coal. She was
ad v is.d of a state of war and that thf,
Spaiih ivk- looking, fr(( hter. The Ort
gol aild Ah,r!vt llk vattiIled that
they canhamdit- anyvt hin that, comes
Sip Columb a reported at, Newport.
Seetlary oif Statv S'ernan has re
signed. A-.iistallt, 'erelary Day is
likely to be appoited.
Il'eident1 's messa41ge434 avisIng13 a decla
1atiol of :. i- WilH go to conl"ciss to
TI'e Govvlorii of the Severa States
are not'iifld to cali out, SLt,Lo troops.
Gov. Kilerhe has not reeived tilh no
No report, from Cit-y of Paris.
Englkli Adiiral liuts ordered tho
Spanish torpedo boat to leave Queens
Columbia, S. C , April 25, 4 p. mi.
Torpedo boat, Pooto fired into Ma
It is reported from Cape Verdo Is
lands that the formidable fleet has
Theodore Roosevelt, Secretary of the
Navy Department, will rosign.
Cowboys, 25,0d0, may land in camp.
Columbia, S. C , A pril 25, 6.25 p. in.
-The House has unanimously passed
Spanisli vessel Catalina was cap
Morro Castle is still firing at fleet,
W:th no c!Tfe-Ot.
lIonsevelt, hats resigned.
AU t i IUs i iHN.
Tlh aont.hr wavw very ililie (Init-itig
la wook The faretrs aidt(le roo-1 utse
of 1.h fil- V-1ath' anld (d it a good
WOOk's work. Mllvlh plantil.g was donle
h-11n11 1h,11 WOO'%'. \V ' I I ireail hleavy
vains, ()n Sat.-'lhdy aml Sundit.. Grainl
is 11.)-m-khinlu and will Im a suleOss this
1ear. If the peoplo hal known it. last.
fa'l all put abonit one-h1'alf the land
wilh ti lhey arvo 1)'. i ini ( tton in
grainl. it, woul-I h-tve b-4-n mluch bet
I iss 1hlIc (Ianllon, who halts been
Lut'Ailg ill Anderson Comnty, arrived
iomeiv on Satuilrday. Sle has beenl a1way
ahot six 'I alnl111(d all her. friendis
are quit,e protiti to see her among them
Miss Swindler, of Newberry, sister
of Mrs. II. C. Lake, visited Mr. Lake's
family on Satu1rday.
Mtis Noniie CApinan is expected to
come out from Newberry to Mr. I. H.
Bioulwaie's today, Monday.
'he liusual preaching services were
held lit New Chapel Sunday. Bro.
Tiller always ha11 a1 goodl message for
uis in hiis sermons11 and11 we enjoy and1( a1p
p)recialte Ltm very 111ch1.
The U'topia0 Deml)ocratic club did not
meeCit onl Saturday evening aorelding to
the call, there being only a few pres
ent. Ano1t.heri meeting is called for
Wed nesdaly evening of tils week.
A pril 25, 1898. PL'mLS.
rii1urE ANNUAL NIl TING OF T HE
.1Stock holders of The Carolina Man
uhTtet m-in31g (Company 13 will he he ld at the
company111's 0111ee at NewberrPy, S. C.,
(In Lhe 4t.h da111)y NIloy3, 1898, lat :3 o'clock
p mn .for thet e'lec(tion) of dliret'ors and1(
l'w tIle 3 t asat ion1 of sneh ot1her busi
wIsS 1as 3131y comW before4 thle compant1ly.
NI A. CIARlUISLMk.
J3 .1. 1.A.* N I. Setary1tl.
Newherryll''. 1. (. A i pil 2) 1898.4
STOCK HOLDERlS' MEETING
ri TIt ANNU;Ai LtlCMrING; 01' I H
- S'o4khohler Is of the0 Ne wberry
(4ottoln \iIlls will he hieldi in Couiiei)
t'1hther, at, Newherry, 8. C., (4n
W~ed ne-tbry, the fourt,Lh day of Ataiy,
tI S. ,II. eleven o'clIock in the forent~oon,
for4 Ihe, e4h-etion of I)lecthrs for Ithe enl
sulin.4 yealr, and1 for 31he t raniyni.on (of
othe14r busine111s. P l..ase attend11( ini per
'T. .1. Vic IIARY,
Trea1's ad (Gu'.&I lnagerI.
(. i:o S. V 4wIi:Ri, S (eretary4.
April 15 Is'98~. i2i.
NT0 T'IClE IS IllMRlUIW G~iVlN
. .hat1. an election will be held at,
t.he Garmlany New School House, School
i )ist rict No. 2'7, oni TueIlsdaiy, A lay 3,
189)8, fromn 8 a1. mI. to4 4 p. ml., ulpon the
ques4tionl of the assessment and1( levy of
the two-mill ta1x for thle purpl'o5s of the
(Garmalny School. Tihose who favor
t.he talkil4i off of the tax will vote "No
Tax." Those who aro' In favor of leay
11mZ the tax (in wvill vote "'Tax."'
ManIagers of said( election: B. F. Cani
nlon, S. P. Crotwo'l 311nd W. C. Hayes.
All voters who pay taxes oin as mutch
als $100) wort.h of propeprty, by bringing
their 13ast tax ripCCIt (189)7) and1( regis
trat.ion cert.ilelate. are allowed to vote.
A pril 18, 198. rust,ees.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farmntg 1ld. Easy pa1ymenCts.
No comm issions charged. Borrower
pys act oI! cost of per feeting .10n.
In11 tret 8 pe4r cen)it.
IJOH N B. PAiLMEli aSON,
I. 3m Coiffmbia, S. 0.
' HiAttNESS3 SHOP.
J. B. Walton has4 opened a Harl
noss Shop on Main St roet, next door
to 0. Klottner's. WVill make now
harneoss antd repair old. Twenty-fivo
yours experience. Prices reasonable.
Glive him your orders. Satisfaction
TA KE' w OO
At ~rLadies Button
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any foot
gear in this or any
other market I
They fit and wear well!
One guarantee goes
with every pairI
You take no risk!
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
NEWBERRY -- -- -- - S. C.
A E IN V T E D
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of stricLly 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 A\ain Street, Newhberry, S. C.
HARRIS - LITHIA - WATER
contains More Lithia
TIl1N ANY OTHI LiTIlA WATEi ON TIl MARKET!
Read what some noted pyiin aet a
The waters of the Lithia Springs Aseil,NC,Apl2418.
are odorless, free from color, with .a An xeddciialueo th
pleasant saliney taste, rather palat- arsLti ae rmt et
able When taken in considerabletesttmnthtIrgditaoe
quantity, they do not nauseate, purge,of, h et fnttebs,Lti
or produce any feeling of discom- ae nw otepoeso. I
fort. [ find from the analysis of the tecniino hshteUie
wvat era, they cont ain Chloride Sodium, isato smrelu. Isuei
Carb. Potash, Carb. Soda, Carb. teRemtcadGuyDsQe
Lithia, Carb. Iron and Sulphate afr emr ofr hnete
Magnesia. These waters act directly teBfaoo odner aes
upon the mucous coating of theVeytuyors
stomach and alimentary canal, they JJNn ILAS .D
are powerfully alterative and tonic:
They are everything to inflamed or
irritatcd surfaces. They act upon
the blood(, changing it from acid to
alkaline. In Indigestion, Catarrh of 'rJ.THri,Popetr ars
Stomach and eastrelgia, supple- Liia prn:
mented with a proper diet, they are DerS:Whlitscoray o
a certain cure. The action upon themycso togv teionas o
kidneys is marked. The Sodium, rmda gnis elfe r t
Potash, Soda, Lithia, are the best ta oteelcc fte Hri
solvents of uric acid, all calculi of an Lti ae we sdi ag
acid character, whether litary or qatte)i h huai n
cystic, are steadily dissolved. 1 pm otDites;negred tae
confident that the profession will find o h iny;i nlm aino
it very useful in cases whe thisthBld r,ndi alcaswee
class of water is required.thrisa exsso slds nth
J. Q. WILnUR, M. D. u e or epcfly
WATELOO,8. C,AApilvi,l89, GN . HAp i 2, 1893.
Anw i1 exeddciiclueoyh
An th .e setta. rgr ta n
Dipnarfn the bps. if o us estLti
Excele inowothe prfsio.I
QaiyadPies acion istarelo. LInse of
Fiehhikes Wieti and Bt ieaer
Al Gas hope tafaord Pe oes!r thnoite
Sav Mne ad etthe Buffal by Lonondrr Uaes.
PariclarAtenionPadJo Mail Oderas.
Mr .,.Hars,Popito ari
remedial agence,IA elfeet
OHE PEOPLE HAVE
that it makes but little
difference, how the
merchants quote Low
Prices, in their adver
tisements. That you
can always get the
same quality of goods
"AL ITTLE LESS,"
at A. C. JONES' Cash
Dry Goods Store.
The fact is, a Cash Store, has be
come a necessity in Newberry. As
merchants who chargo anything,
have to add additional profit to cover
the lossos certain to come in the cre
dit business, and those who pay cash
are getting tired of paying those
losses, and they know, that this en
ables me to soll them
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Notion-, Underwear, Shoes, Pants,
Umbrellas, Valises, Ete, for a Little
[Less than they can hily at anly other
Ftore. I will openl th1i.s week 17
cases o,f Mlt's, Ladies', Al issf a and
(hiireii's .Shoes 20 rolls of Now
Malt,til)g and a lifrgo lot, of Mon's
Nico Pamts at a ,it,tle Less than you
will find Ihn lsewhore. W'hen
yoil have lVanihing to buy in Drosl
Ioodb, Notions or Shoes, get it at
my Store and see how mnuch LESS
it co-t than you havo been paying.
Come and See us Often.
A. C. JONES
The People's Store.
Newberry, S. U., April 19, 1808.
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 thai
buy in t he cheapesi
We~ t herfore conlonandgmc thle veir)
10%.'M in i~os and1( wYill give themil t<
We want to call your special at ton
tion to Ithel fact that we do not sol
trash nor shoddy goods.
Wo p)ride ourrolves in offering re
liable goods in every line, evenl oul
chleapest goods are of standlard qual
We propose to lead in point o
style and qnality and to moot all comn
petition ini point of pri1co.
ar:e full of nice, newA
spring goods. We wana
to show them to you
and will do as much foi
you as any house can
Come to See Us.