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H AMPTON AtOUSE 0iIAILLSTON.
Say$ -# 0VIIIl Voluntorr It One Place Left
Vacant-Lce aid Wheeler to Iteceive
Cotumissioas-Austriaf Neutral tIut
ler Ofeers Will Serve au Spaniah
[Special to Herald and News.]
Columbia, S. C., A prIl 29, 10.30 a. in.
-Major -Day received olicial advices
from Cuba that It is admitted that
losses were sustained at the bombard
-uent( at Matanzas, but it is clained
"American Ships were obliged to re
The captain of the Montserrat says it
is to be decorated for running Havana
The government has made contracts
for the use of eight transp')Irt, ships to
be delivered in thiety days. This is
taken to mean the linmediatU invasion
In a storm off Hampton Roads the
Texas and Massachusetts and Now
York caie ncar colliding but were
saved by cool seamanship.
Virginia's quota is complete.
Gen. 11ampton aroused great enthu
siasm at Charleston by urging volun
totering and saying he would sorvo if
there was one place in the ranks left
The Port Royal dry docks are now
ready to receive any ships no natter
what size. The dredging is complete.
The commissions of Lee and Whee
ler are regarded as certain.
While Austria will be neutral Aus
trian onicers will serve in the army
and will uphold the Spanish dynasty in
case of i'evolution in Spain.
flucklon's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve Ln the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.
Yever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin E rup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect matisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson &,Gilder und W. E. Pelham.
11ou1se to Itent.
Five Room Cottage on Caldwell
Street. Apply to T. Q. Boozer. 3t
In the next issue we will give name
of winner. Watch for ad as you may
be the lucky one. Still making 6 pho
tographs for 25 cents. rent open from
8 a. m. till 6 p. m. No work dote on
the Sabbath. Russell's lot.
It U. S. Photo Co.
We have just. received $1,358 worth
of ve.y fine clothing from a bursted
clot,hing manufacturier at 50c on the
$1. Cut, fit and workmanship utiox
celled. We will sell thei at prices
heretofore unheard of in Newbetry for
vory fine Clothing at
t&f 2t lIynn's Cash Store.
if ot want bargains now call on
t&J. S. Rtusslu'r.
Leavell & Spears offer their entire
I ne of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for
cash. f&t lim.
insure Your Life.
T1h e Life Insurance Comnpany repr'e
sent' I by Hion. A rt,hur Kibler will
wvrite policies on tbose enlist,ing for the
war and he wvould like to talk life in
sitrance to any of those who expect to
go and before t,hey do go. See him.
M L,. Yoim, Catneron, Pa., as.vs: "I was a
suti'erer for ten years, U tra g most all kiunsof
pi reneite, b t ith 3ut( (tces IijO llWlit,
cure "~ A s a permnanent cure for plies DeWitt's
WVitch Haizei 8.ilve htas no, e'iual. W. Ii. Pel.
Leavell & Spears oifer their ent,ire
line of Furniture, &c., at actual cost, for
cash. f&t 1m.
There is no doubt abo'ut it that Flynn's
bargains are carptur'in g t ne crowd.
Flynn says he is an easy winner as all
the ladies are voting Flynn's a place
for ba.rg inls. t&f2t,
Leavell & Spears oiler t heir entire
line of Furniture, &c., at act,ual cost for
cash. . f&t.J1m.
Cards of invitation have beun issued
for the marriatge of Miss Lucy Wright
t,o Mri. Chesley HI. Cannon in the
Methodist church at Newberry on Wed
nesday at, 8:30 p. im., May 11.
Th'ey are both pioputlar young people
of Newberry and the be.st, wishes of
many friends will at,t,end them.
Why will you buy bit,ter nauseating
tonica whlen GitovE's T1AsTrIESS Ui i
TONIc is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case wvher'e it, fails
to cure. Price, 50 cents.
ii,er Lon ItuthetrforudOi Chater.
Daughters of t.ho Con fed eracy airo
hereby not,ified to meet ini tihe parlors
of the Newberry Club oii May 3, Tiues
(lay afternoon, at 5 o'clock. A full
meeting is desired, The regular~ meet
Inugs wvill he heold on tihe first. Tuesday
in each month.
Muts. NATi GisT,
S cetary and1( T1reasurer.
Theiu Rev. V. H. WVeover, pastor of
cogt Izes the valuo11 of CJhamb eriin's
Cougha Remedy, and does nolt biesithte
In ttelI ot hers abt)(it it.. "'I have uised
CJhamaberlain's ( .ough Remexady,"' ho
8says, "anttd hadtt it aniL'( eclle nt mfedl
clne for coldls, coughs andi boarseness.''
Mo (oes everyone who gives It, a trial.
Sold1 by WV. 10. Pelham.
Leavell & Spears offer their entire
line of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for
cash. f&t, 1
Spring styloes in Zeiglor liros' Shoes
just receivedl. T1hoy are the br.at shoes
on the market. O. M. Jamieson.
Leavell & Spears offer their entire
line .of Furniture, &c. at actual cost for
cash. -f&t i m.
VABIOUS AND ALL AIOUT
So notice of market'to rent.
Next Monday is the first day of May.
See notice of annual nieetingof stock
holders of the ProsperIty Cotton mills.
Mrs. E. S. Motto and children, of
Ninety-Six, are visiting at Capt. N. B.
Rev. Dr. Voigt is attending tho
moting of the North Carolina Synod
at Burlington, N. C.
Mrs. Peter Robertson and Miss Fan
nie Ramuago are attending tho- musical
festival nl Spartanburg.
Mayor Pvans went to Columbia yes
terday and Alderman Earhat'dt, Is mayor
pro tem during his absence.
The Mt. Bothel Democratic club will
MCOt tomorrow, SatIlrday, afternoon at
:1 o'clock at Mt. Bethel Academy.
Mr. W. 1i. Riser, of the Seminary,
has gone to Orangeburg and will preach
in the Lutheran church there on Sun
Tihe weather has been cool for tho
past few days and the rains abuidant,
but the fruit erop promises it large
We hope the rumors of war will not
cause out- subscribers to forget their
usual custom of paying subsuriptions
in tile spring.
Col. 0. L. Schuimpert has gone to
Spartanburg. Hie 1,Lis b-len employed
to assist the Solicitor in the plroqeu
tion of the case against Dr. [livings
charged with the muder of Mr. Trim
lRev. I' 10. ( GIllth, of PI(dgrnoor, S
V., w1ll assist, the pastor., Rev. J. B.
Hood, in a Ileeitig it Head Sprintg on
Satutrday and Sabbiath. The com
munion will he admlinistei-ed on Sab
Mr. Eduard Scholtz has Imloved his
jewelry store to the building formierly
occupied as it liiitilre store by Mr.
R. C. Williams. Ile will be pleased to
have his friends call to see him when
they need any jewelry or repair work.
Miss Daisy Whaley will. elose her
school, near Cromer's in No 4, on Sat
urday, May 7, with a pienic. The pub
lie is invited to bring well filled baskets.
President Cromer is expected to make
a speech and a pleasant day will he
had. We retirn thanks for an invita
tion and will go if w can arrange to
Two yearm ag.) R. .1. Warrten, a drug
gist at Pleasant Brook, N. Y., bought a
manil sul))dy of Ciabrintiti Cough
I temedy. le sums ip tile result as
follows: "At I hat time the goods were
(n1known in 1tik section; (olay Cham
berlaiin's Cough lU'linwd V I it hotiselhoid
word."1 It. is lhe samiju il hiunidreds of
vomiitties. Wherover thle good
qualities of Chmlb) herfili1's CJugl Reitu
.d1y belte kilowin the people will
havo iothing elso. leor s- by W. E.
Plie ofFri ue c, tata.cs o
Mt w rvo
liqr fer nighet an otelln thy etmhe
:d,rink. d' Mr. eryi waied colelimi
nary and i)ave bon.r 10c
sTbe warrnt(i-e, w swtaken out we under
stant byfoorder ofGov.-ae IClirbe. We
anderstad that N hoel privilg Dimen
thaty theOstblis.hmentwas t toselis
sliut, asfteih dinnselliropg in tihe
obsraid of te awan0 i,lok(qee
The aant hoal beagien ouaw privile
sand bye haver himov arrete for e
itfl(t)law ha bee voted.i v Toae iltlt
tha sthled e tlthiei cats coes ton fori
trictlt. ( 5iOiIylo))Pi i
oWevsupeosf the lwdispensary auhor
hiit areat mansold e inge a litiishow i
iof the prt ee oiton movement.l
Mr. settldiwny thoy havte onots sod fny
whiskey 05 a th dign. atioi
Amerieans ore thle imost inventtive
p)eole on eat ih. TLo (lhein have been
issue.d m'warly (i00.000t patentIs, orF mtioe
t han 01tw- Ibird of all the patent is -suedl
In the w'orl d. N 1 d iscover y of miodenmir
yeaCOrs has bi'een of dretIer' biene. llt to
manind111 t han Ci~hambti ain i's Col mle,
Cholera, and I)urhoilioitemediu'sy. or hars
dono, tuore 1o reliever pain an td Mu tIe: intg.
.J. \tV. Voutrn, of O ikton,, KCy., snys: "I
have usedl Chamti berh ntln's Col Ic, Chok-ra
and( I)iatrrho i IUiRemdy itnimy family
for severalI ye.ars, isntd l id it to be thle
bei-st mied Ielne I ever usedt f'r riam ps In
Itle sitmiehi itndo bowels. F"or sale by
W. E. Pelhamtn.
R EIAD T HIS!
SPOTI CASU WILLA SAVE'
Poiham's Drug Storo.
Any 25c bottle medicine for 20ets.
Any 5i0e "' "' "' 4ets.
Any $1.00 " " "85ct.s.
How does that str Ike you?~ No
goods chargod at these- p)r1ces
Tih Now Luthenn 4hmreh the Scene 'of a
Iteautifuil Und Intereating Wedding
On WCdtnesday afternoon, the twen
tieth inst., at six o'elock, Rev. Dr. J.
B. Fox, assisted by the Rev. W. K.
Sligh, united in marriago the lives of
M iss Sara Wheeler, of this oity, and
11ev. J. Henry Hiarms, of Chambers
burg, Pa. 'Tis a strango coincidence
that the fIrst wedding in this beautifu)
edillce should bo that of a Lutheran
The church was filled with the many
friends and admirers of the young cou
ple which showed in what high esteem
they were hold in this community.
The sunlight fell in soft rays upon
Lie artistically decorated chancel, en
hanc!ig the beauty of the ferns and
roses and produced a c'armning effect.
As the ever new and inspiring strains
of Loheugrin's Bridal March, played
by Mrs. Peter Robertson, pealed forth,
the attendants entered the church
Lt*hrough the vestry doors and formed
a semi-circle around the chaneel. The
maid of hionor, Miss Ola Wilson, en
tered at the left aisle, followed by the
bride, with her father, Mr. D. B.
Wheeler; while the best man, Rev. C.
Brown Cox, and the groom came down
the right aisle. The ribbon girls,
Misses Lucilo Wilson and Jeanne Vl
hani, aind the ring bearer, little Miss
Sa-a Houseal, conpleted this charming
A sweet feature of the ceremony was
the singing of t.he bridal hymn, "The
Voice That Breathed O'er Eden That
Earliest Weddingf Day."
The att.-ndalnts were:
Miss Ola \Vilhon, maid of honor, of
Newberry, with the Itev. C. Brown
Cox,'best, m1an ofGettysburg, Pa.
Miss Lucy \\'right, of Newberry,
with Mr. El-win A. a-lisle, New
Miss Mabel Vir-iti Cash, N -w
berry, with MI. 1iaskell Wright, New
Miss K-telle (illth. Lowiedale, S.
C., with Mr. i'red Harms, Savannah,
Miss Dello 3raattly L,and, Augusta,
Ca., with Mr. Jne. S. R"am-lAct, of;Iag
The bridesmaids were gowned in
white organdy and wore large picture
hats of pink roses with musseline ties.
Their bouquets were American Beauty
roies and asparagus furns.
Tihe groomsmen were attired in
black cutaway coats and light-colored
Tie bride's gown was of white tatf
eta, with trimmings of real lace. Her
hat'was a lovely creation of roses and
musseline and she carried a bouquet of
Bride's roses and ferns.
Aft3r the ceremony ian elegant re
Ception was given at the home of the
bride's parents. 'Tlie decorations at
the house were beautiful and appro
priatc, the color of the bride being Car
ried out in every detail.
The brido is the accomplishect daugh
ter of M r. I). H. V heeler, and is well
known as a generial favorit,e among her
ma 13' friends, who regr-et to hav'e her
T1he groom, a native~ of Savannah,
G a., is an alumnus of Newberry CoI
1-ge and the Lutheran Theological
Seminariy of Gett-ysbur'g, Pa., and is
now in char-goeof a rominent Luth
eran clhurmchi at, Chambersburg. Pa.
Tihe happyii c)lle left on the C., N.
& L . train for their future home, wit,h
a host of gootl wishes fr-om t heir scores
Milnluus (Aivom way,
it is cert a ily grLat ifyintg to thie pub.
lI I to kno1(w oif onec coiicern in thelad
a ho are not a fra id to be geneurous to the
needly iad sit'erinkI~. ThIe proprietors
oft Dri. King's New iYacuovery for Cmn.
sum p1ion, Ooughs and Colds, have
g ivean away13 over ten mnilIlien tialu bot
th of, thuis great medicine; aid have
thea siltisfiact ion of knhowling it has ab
sol u tly ( urled thou'tsan,ds of hopeless
eases. Astinaf, Bronch itis, Hoarse
iness 1( andal diseases of' lie Th roat,
Chest, and Lungs are surely cured by
it. Call on Robertson & Glidler and W.
]. l'eihsam, D)rugist, and get a trill
bottle iree'. it>al ir size 50k, and $1.
E 'ery bo11tte guaranliteed, or pirlce r'
M imnaugh 's is I le only house in
Newberry that has Droew Selby & Co's.
Slhoes and Sl ipper's this spring.
Signts of E-prin.g.
Convey a wvarning that certain ail
monts, general debility, dyspepsia,
skin diseases, liver compa1lainlts, etc.,
nieed attent.ion. There isn't anyt hing
better for a blood puritier I han Our
Sairsapaiila Compound. Noihing
secret or' mysterious about it. It is
carefully made of the Ib-st drugs, like
everything that we make. aid we give
yo , a bigger bottle than yon usually
get and charge lbut %c for it.
IROBERTSON & GILDER,
D)ruggists, onI thle corner.
0. NI. .iauiison has just receivedl his
Sping l inc of Zeiglcir IBros. Ladieos',
MIisses' iand Childraen's Shoes, In Tfan
Bials, 111k Baltl, Butt.on iloots, Oxford
T1ies, Strap Sandles, latest style Lasta
EWHICltItY IN AUGUSTA.
'he City Fatiers iturn Eotlauslaistle over
Their TripE-Augusta a Flue City
A Good Time.
The members of the city council who
went over to Augusta the first of the
week to participate in the Ceutonnial
Celebration of the incorporation of the
City of August.- returned on Tuesday
and Wednesday enthusiastic over their
treatment by the citizens of Augusta
and the unbounded hospitality of her
. The city was found arrayed In gala
attire-the national colors were waving
from every residence and place of busi
ness and beautiful Broad Street was a
mass of bunting, flags and streamers
from the banks of the Savannah to
Our delegation was met at the
train by the reception committee,
headed by Messrs. G. L. Speth and J. B.
Schweers, two of Augusta's whole
souled, jovial citizens, who took them
in hand on their arrival and did the
honors of the occasion in an admir
The Newberry delegation, or council,
was the first to arrive and we aro proud
and happy to say were given second
place no where at any timo.
On arriving in the city we were es
corted by the committee to the Elks'
Club Rooms where after registeritg
refreshmnnts were served and the
privileges of the Club happily extended
us during our stay in the city.
The Elks' Club Rooms aro handsome
ly fitted up and admirably managed by
Mr. W. F. Cavanaugh, a most clever
and entertaining gentleman. Mr. F. L.
Speth is Secretary of the Club and is
always on hand prepared to make you
have a good time. '.'he Elks are not tk
b equalled in hospitality much less
excelled. The members of this club
constitute the leading young gentle
men of the city and it was more than a
pleasure to be their guest.
'From the Elks we were escorted to
the r.om, of the Commercial Club
.here after r,istering ia general in
troduction was giver and refreshments
part.aken of. The Commercial Club of
Augusta undoubtedly has the hand
solmest and most conveIl''ll'Ay arranged
quarters of any Club in the South. The
privileges of this club were also ex
tended our delegation, who feel under
lasting obligation4 to Mr. F'. C. Cashin,
Superintendent of the Club, for many
courtesies shown during our stay in the
Monday was Centennial Celebration
Day and the festivitis began with an
Informal reception to the visiting
Mayors and Aldermen at the Elks' ClI.
Mayor PIatrick Walsh .was master of
ceremonies and he turned the city over
to his guests, telling them that lie had
suispended the 18th section for the
week, which meant much to the guests
as well as the "gators", and that fun
must follow-have a good time, this is
Merry Makers' Week.
Mayor Evans was the first Mayor
called on for a speech and responded
in happv style, being int,roduced by
Mayor WValsh ais '"Figh ting Hub1Evans,"
of the same stock as "'Fighting Bob
The spread was aL magnificent one
one that only the El1ks of Augusta can
sp)read-ecrything that heart could
wish, and more too, was there and in
The parade was the occasion of the
day-it was a large pr-ocession, about
four miles in length, headed by the
pallce of the city mounted, followed l.y
the city ornlals of Augustat and the
visiting councils. These woro followed
by other organizations of the city and
floats representing business houses.
There were three bands of music in the
procession. New berry's dlelegation h ad
a pirominent pla(ce in the paradte, necar
The exercises of the (lay were held
in the grandl opera house and consisted
of an address or review of the city of
Augusta for t,he past century by Maj.
Cummings, of that cit,y.
F'romn 7 to 8 o'clock at reception was
tendiered the guests of the cit,y at the
Commercial Club Rlooms and another
at the iElks Club Rtooms fronm 11 to 129
o'clock the same evening. it, was in
deed a continual feast and flowv.
D)uring the week, at int,ervals along
the street, one of the finest vaudeville
troupes evecr seen in the Sout,h, gave
puIblic dlaily p)erformances, anud the sev
eral bands in the cit,y gave free concertm
Augusta is a fine city, she Is going
upiward and onwatrd. 11er growth has
been steadiy, substant,ial and last,ing.
We are especially indebted to Messrs.
F. L. Speth, I". U. Turpin and J. B.
Schweers, for a visit around the citj
and a look aither numerous enterprIises,
Mr. Spethi was p)articlarLIly attentivt
atnd will long be remem bered hy him
friends in Newbeorry. lie is at promni
nent, dry goods manl of Augusta an(
wvhen Newhierrians happen iln that citI
they should1( not fail to call on FrantIk ii
Sg'eth. llo takes IL delight in showing
his city and poi ntiug Out. its "attrac
Anot11her gentleman who cont,ribute<
much to the p)leasurie andc enjoyment o
the Newberry dlelegation, is a man wvel
known thliroughout South Ctarol ina. Mr
Tihie members of oura city council ar<
now longing for ani opport unit,y to shov
in some tangibtle mnner n- their apjpre
elation of the man.y courtesies sho,wI
them by the members of the Ellks ani
Augusta Is noted especially for thr'e
thiings. T1he hospitality of her peoplc
her beautiful andl accomlished wonme
and( her beautiful broad streets.
Flynn's store seems to he the busuiem
place in town in our days. t&f 2t,
TIaree Copmnia sdi S.Men Waoh Wunted
frolmn thO Third jIeglment----apt. Lang
ftord irdered to.Cai for Volounteere
aud to Hold.U iU'Company Itently.
Capt. W. S. Langford of the Now
borry Guards has recelvod the follow
Ing letter from Col. J. (. Wardlaw Qf
the Third Rogiment of State Troops.
Columbia, S. C , April27, 1898.
Capt. W. S. Langford, Newborry, S. C.:
Captain: Tho 4ovornor has called on
ite for three caipanies, consisting of
87 men, rank and tile, to volunteer for
service in the U. S. Ariuy, without con
dition as to whero men will be sent. As
soon as you raise tihe relquilrOed n11hu.
wire lte at Gaincy. Equipment for
now men to be furnished when you
reach Columbia, or Chairleston. Iopo
you can raise a tiio comlip-tny of sol
Tihe onlis'm-m1t is for two years and
the pay and so. V'cO will he inder. 11. S.
The matter of -enliistient. ats wo ul
derstand it, is puively voluntary and
while the menc>urs )f t,ho State militia
are givlcn the privilege first of enlist
ing it is no more binding upon them
to enlist than it is upon other citizens.
Capt. Langford thiltiks lie will be able
to have rccruit-, 4iicient to get up1 his
company to the required number.
The troops 1May not be ordered to
Cuba until fall ml, then againi they
may he ordered there at one. If you
enlist you put yourself un1ider the or
ders of the Army to go anywhere and
to do any duty commilan(ld of you. For
this reasonl we puIb ish the letter of Col.
Wardlaw so that. evey one who !on
templates enjli-ting niay do so know
ingly. Col. Wlardl-tw is the Colonel
comlnandillg .lhe Third Itt-gimient of
Mr.u. A. I ivef n, rieI ting at 7, 201 lenry
St., Alton, Ill., uifl'erud with m latic
rheuimatimm 1,or over vight. I molith.s.
She doctort-d for it nar-ly I he whI ole of
this [timle, usiAg various r-lietndkeS
recommended 1ey friend-4, amil wis
treated by til phy'sicials, bill recuived
no relief. fShe hm-t used one anti a
half bottles of Chainberlain's 1'ain
Bulm, whiebi effieted at completoetiure.
This is published at her equest, na she
wants ot Iersdrllly 11ilh(eed 1) k Mow
what euredi her. The 2- unl 50 eut
sizes for sale by W. 1. Pelham.
T119 NEMWBERRllY (UARDtS.
Htoli t Mleet,ing 1.11t, NIght-20 Vo s liteer
anlt 1( Full lick--18 iteertmts Vol.
mituer-40 Moro Volunteerm
About six weeks ago tie Newbe-ry
Guards adopted resolutions ofering
their set'vices to tbe Governor in ase
of war wi.h Spain. Only two op
posed volunvtrinlg then. That resolli
tion was forwarded to Gov. E'ller-he anid
acknowledged by him. War had not
then been declared.
Now that the call is made for volun
teers the two who Opoe( the resolil.
tion of six weeks ago are the firist, to
voluniteer, and sixtcon of the others fall
We are not, ad vising anyone t.o volun
tecr or not to voluniteer. At, present, it
is a voluntary matter, and we have nc
doubt Sout,h Carolina's quota wvill be
At a meet,inig last, night twenty monm
beors of the company, including coin
missionied and noni-commissione(ldloi
cers, volunteered for the war and six
teen members of the company (ldcI ned
fPighiteen roecruit.s were enlisted, hav
ing volunteered. These were not, mcim
bers of tho-com pany.
We understand there are seven am
eight others, who w~ere inot, out, last
night, but who had1( toldl Capt. Langfor-(
they would enlist,.
As it now stands, the company htas :a
meni voluonteercd and cenlisted. -16 nioi-t
are neededl to make up t,he nutanber re
On Tuesday we will publish t,he roll
of the comipiany as made upI.
Trho fiamr, thle imechanic an<l11( Ih bleyilt
rle'ra linble to, une-xp~ eteel ('utS no1)
bruisexs DeW~ it's Witich li. z'i Salve 4 ii,th
bo t ti ng t.o keep 4)n lue tul. It horemis mnmuek ly
iiant 1. i w li knuown cuate for p,ilets. W . i. P'e
Colonel 1.cav-lt I hoult,i avn lt'Can onI the
T1he prohibiitionists who aire st,i ivingi
to br'eak up the existinag prohi ibitory~
law to start, a new prohibit,ion mov-e
mnenit.4 did some stranlge thinogs in -. thil
recent convent,ioni. Inistead( of makoing~
iul a full ticket with men of thieira our
fait,h, tbey neglect,ed sonmc life-long
prohibition ists and1( went into t he camp
of the otheri fellows.
They seem to have for-gotten, Or nuevei
knew oif Colonel .John it. I .eavellI, o
Newb)err-y. We know of ourn owr
kcnowled ge that he was working foi
t01eperanee ats far back as the lifties
We- then t,hought hImto 1e as,li goo~d
man11 ats Newbemrry e ver hiad, and1( ine 4
th en wo have.tiI had noC reason1 to0 chitang<
our'u mind.I Meen if ('ol. I 2eavell ha< i
mii(ilied his views .snniciently to a<
Ic pt~ th e prolhiitioni of tihe di spenisar;
latw, it, was ju11st and1( right t,hat, his nam n
should1( have appea)Cred On the prohib.
t,ion ticket. Tlhe~ putlting of his namn
on1 that ticket, wou ld h ai ve bent ak e
as a comiplimenit to an1 aigedh workeri
the cause. (>)f cou rse ('olonel l invil
-has too mutchi sensei to blelieve that. h
1 Vi woh hiave beent elected on tha lt Iickelc
I but thle niot wouhll hIiave be-en1 neirthi
less a gr-acefiul one'.-A bhevill e P re'
3 and14 Jlanner.
A little hoy askeitcu fore i bpote of4 ' get i->
theI ia,rnin as4 1 fast1 as' you e- n,"'114 th I 4l..Z
.eco -C~.71izl ho I-ehohml nam for4 *', DewV, tt
1 i l E rly lisets' "11nm iVi ve him a4 1,o)11 4
thmose f4amolit 11i1e tIlls for cOnaxtipa 1)4 lon, 4ie
blcIlhe4. liver4 iin<1 44torantch1 lionubi~l. WI.1
I1TANZAJ FORTIVIOA'11018 DEKOL.
Sralis's Iatterlis calilot Stand Agaiust ti 9
Amllorivaml Gun"-SIlxty Torpedo Bost&
Pu rolaeWi-UonareW ll Ite.
anuaini in Hession.
(Speeal to 11erald and News.)
Cohlauida, S. C,, April 28, 4 ). m.,
United -States fleet ias captured steatu
or Guldo loaded with eargo.
l'otugal has doelined to lot inessages
p.1s to this country giv'ig nows as to
Imovontit of fleet.
Mudrid Is confident that Spain will
Crusleir Colublia has left Boston.
Governor says troops will bo turned
over to United States at Columbia.
Latso,t advies from Cape Verdo
Islan1ds show that Spanish fleet is still
there but, inay saili tottiorrow.
Spain suspects secret compact be
tweeni United States and Great Britain.
4.25 p. ni.-In 18 iiunutes Matanzas
fortilicAtions destroyed by the Amenr
ean ship. No shot, reached ship. Takon
as conclIusiVO llaitvana forts can be easi
ly doieoished. Matanzas fort' will
iot be rebuilt as A morican ships will
Congress will sit during wal.
Terror captured Guido loaded with
Stock roso inl priees, result Matan
United StatW4 putchased sixty torpo
do boats built for Iltazil.
-1.45 1. In. - A itbonl devilare.s that Me
Kitiley sctit noto to l'ortiugal throat3in
ing- to regtrd her 1 as ally of Spain, if
sh dos not dislmilss Spanish Hoot, fro0tn
Adniral Sitiiipson sileneed and prat
tically destroyed Spauilsh battvlos in
positiont 111d inl cotrso of cotnst.ruction
at Mataizas. Tho ships wiclhl mado
the attick were I ho New York, Puril
t:al 11:41 Cincinnat i.
ThIto cit (f tih suerl)(.IoI1ty of the
Amero-I11ita g-111m1ry over, t.hat of thlt
Spantisih wil L1ply sititted for not, a
ship . was toilo(.d whliilo tho Spanish
hattories wore knovkved down.
Vienna, A pril:!. - Tho Unit-ed States
has )II-ChaIsed sixt.y torp)ed0 boats m1adO
for Irtazil. Thirttv have been shipped.
Key West, Apwil 2.-Matattzas for
ti lict,ions will not be reutilt nor will
our ships allow guns to be n,ounted.
Thot' lst *nI ti's u res t froin grIppe h1avo
beItn I rest Ir i to hit Itb IV Ne M I I I lut v Cough
C 1. 1 it i ickly u-tre,4 vougis, cold, bro -
ch1d1ik, pin luion 1, gl Ippo aithn11n, lind fill
thiut knit lung t1suam. W. t.. i.1uun.
i It atrur of Wes IdIngs
Is inl the air. Thoso who have
boon so fortunato as to havo received
'II invitation should show their ap.
precintion by sonding a gift such as
Cut, Glass, Faney China or a Hand
80111m Lutip. hither of- .ttea arti
ces, ily atin bny very choap at
ROBERfTSON & OILDER'S.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
AINT IT A BEAUT ?
W\e might. ask of an.y mn who firtst
atdmire t.hoti( snowy witenelss and beau.t
tiful i n ih th at we put t uponm i.is dress
ort bus!ssl )5 sir t front, or1 otn hiIs co01llars
andi( entfls. We don'tbl himitIii for' be
ing proud1( oif it-thme only3 thinig we r'e
grtI'.t is t,hatt we enn.'t, sentd at Ioswell
artoundt. with our1 .Johntson to hear' the
enlconIIIium t.5passedt ont our li n work, so
we could muay that, "'we done it,."'
A get. s wanite.d ini the) MIurroundli ng
'Tere ario lots of tinigs in
a Jeweryi S't -re .1ta dont't
- L ots of smaill aiUrt is tic ari(Icle
tha't 'you wotihi never' think
s~imall N oveIties at exti'rmely
pIlasant hoeur inH looki np
rond41Ol1( at our 1 sto('k and1 buy
wh ni you get retaI ly.
ECI)U fA I SCIO1'Z,1
No Reduct ,ons
By other HA"es will ever un
dersell or rescli the lovel of Our
and Undersell them all
Are offered goods ft 00t or St
half price, come to the 1100 HiVe
of bargains &ad you ean buy the
same goods for a mere song.
Our prices are very little-~
our Competitors need ,magp
ing glasses to see them1 e
knock them blind I
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
Yours at only
3 8-4e. per yard.
4-4 Shirtinfours at only per yard.
Yours at only
8je. -per yard.
Bost Standard Prints
Yours at only
Good Parched Coffee
Yours at only
100 per poun4
Oood Green Coffee
Yours at onl o
Soap-Good Washing Soap
Yours at onln
All other Goods at correspon gly low
IN worth twice as muoh at the
Beehive of BargaiEs.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
T Spring Clothing I
We are prepared to show
one of the prettiest and best
selected stocks of Men's,
Boy's and Children's Suits
that it has ever been my
pleasure to exhibit to my
friends and customers.
While North I tolok ft.
peocial pains in buying lutS
for the little folks faow 8 to
16 years old.
Our Junior Suits from 8
to 8 years old is as neat
and as nobby.as can be.
Our D. B. Boy's Suits
from 9 to 16 years old
is one of the prettiest
lines we have ever shown.
Call and procure a soit
for the boys before the
sizes are broken. We
guarantee p)rices and
~ Leader of Low Prices.
Season is on I
The place to get
Your supplies is at the
J. K. Gilder Book Store I
We also sell
Sheet Music, Checkers,
A lot of Watch Charms
greatly reduced prices.
Fountain Pens, the best
made, from $2.50
Picture Frames, Ect.
And everything kept in
a first-class bookstore.
Come to see us I
J. K. GILDER
P. S.--See our Ham
Contractors an~d 10ndero.
ENtimnates furnished on applica
tion without charge. If you have a
hou'se to build or any mnechanical
workc to be done it will save you
money to see us before closing con
tracts. A record of 80 years in the
business. References furnished if
desi1red. First-class work at lowest
J. cI. JANN4ON & soNs,
Newberry, s. C.
A t once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
H ighest market pri o paid.
taf t.. Sumwmm. &Er