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E. Ji. AULL, EnroU.
NEURCO IREGINMENTa FORC T1HE WAR.
The Herald and News has taken the
position all along that the negroes
should be givet the opport,unity atnd
we think should be called .upon to do
some of tho lighting with the rest of
the poople. We can see no reason why
they should not be willing and anxious
to help a struggling nation v I people
Secure their fr-ecdoi.
The Co)unba Registerp of Saturday
publishes an I tem of news to the effect
that Dr. Pope had asked piermission to
raise it colored regiment, and wanted
the appoitniet t as colonel, atid then
CriticiZes 11111 S0VeVI'ely for doing so anid
speIaks as if it Wer'e I reproach 11)01)
his name and fanily. We do not know
anything about the fact. in the eace,
but granting that it is true we do not
see any disglae in) it, or anly reflection
lponk the name or family of any11 one to
railo at iiegro regiment. In fact we
t.hink soile one, shoul endeavor. to
raisC such a regiment and that the )L
groes should he perillittod to belai a
part of this war. We are not in the
cotilidenee of Dr. 'ope and do not know
wilheter theie is an)Y truth inl the State
Ilent that lie luits otfered to raise tile
regiment, but, we can see notihing
wrong ort disgracefill about, it, and
really thihk the negros should per
form their, part as, cit iz.Ils and Soldiet qs
it) this war. We have referred to this
matter simply to real'irm oil. Colvie
tiol het-otofor,e stated that tI le legroles
should be gi.ven an opportimlyi to do
their part and lake lipi at least i part
of the army to invade Cuba. Consider
ing the eliiate we have little dolbt
t,bey Would malke good Soldiers, and if
properly oflicerud wold e oo
lighters. T hey could stand the elimate
better than the white people, anld if
Dr. Pope or any one eso desives to
raise such i regilelt wo say let him
do it and give him ait ill t il enctioll'irge
Inent possible. (hit. of the 745.000,000
people ill tihis countvy about one-tenith
of them are nIgro100es, an0d they should
help defend tie lhag. Th1ey receive its
protet-ion antid njoy the sa1 privi
leges itS the (o t I I i it i zens.
It looks nl. as if the muipaign wil l
Ilarrow dlown to anl islue I utweenl the
dispeln:lsary aund prohibition, ani if it
iois Ithie itp olibiloitio i,ts :u-t, goilig to
develop Ilmole ,I ren-i t h 1h SoIe0 of the
politicias in tho renht State conven
tion int "invie wheni'l Ithloy tsedo'ed the
dispensary. Ths e. I lid at 'News is
opposed to thle dispens;a.y b 1eanl.' we
thillk it is wrol)L! for the Sltati to enl
gape in ally hulmlonss, and espevially thle
whiskey bu1ie osl'.her are as
other i-tasols why wo oppos.e t,he dis
lnsunary. It iunik-.. JPhs ind opieIIs the
g.at es L ta ud. \\'Veti arei opposedi to piroh i
bitionl by taltulltwy (.1111t1mvnt bt,e21se
it will lnt he tnforctd, ami blimi tigers
will floiiirish1 and we will liive the sale
of lillutor wit io ,n y r vel ile from it..
As it appears iov The Irald and
News m11ayk .. het, high and dry to
wtchlt I the hiliht. A high IiIicense sys
tortinunder d iiuieau. reguc1ilaltions we
arte firi'lvye uoviiedt is thIie hiest solui
tioni of the li quiori utd probi. WVe pro
poste, however, Io standit by' 0o1r friends
regitridless of thirlt pos11itins onl l tis
The Wiar pro'tgresses slowly aind yet
we suppo)ise ats raily as it cati We
have been tol for abotit two wteeks
that Sani'jistn wias tilhIle lookouit, for
the Spanish flieet and a confIict w"as
hly'3 expected, andi that is atbout ats
far a it hits gone. Ini the mleantime
wte suppose t.he poor' stain g Cubans
we were going to siavte andt give free
(doll and bread are still Mtairving, while
we arle ebiasing the Spanish fleet overr
the high seas. Why should we not
take p)ossessionl ofE (.uba andt give the
ppl bread and liberty instead of po08
sessing ourselves of the Phil1lipine Is.
lantds and huntting upl thle Spantishl fleet?
Dut, thenl we are not, runnIIing the warti,
and we suppilose those who are know
what~ they' are doing.
In the electiotn of bishops last weeC(k
by the Aet.hodist. Ctmnfer'eneo in B3aIl
mfoi'e Dr. A\. Coke Hnmith, wtellI known
1.a Newberry, r'ece'ived a very~ large
vote, thiouighi 0 not nuigh to elect. is 8
clec.tion would hlave giv'en great satis- I
faction dowtn tis,t way.
Thell icItory of ourt I leet. rep'lorted1 in
Sunday 's i pper. turned ouit to be tin- 1
true as the 'eet s mna uge to keep far '
apartit, though we are tolAd t.hat all onI
gagemnut, is expected every'~ dayt3. C
di~it 4) itis n " ilenp from tii he 1 o 1 fahiorti It
I Itt lb Firly lRisw s. 'rhevy cute tonset lpatton,
ile'k henchi ii'he un< ih liousne:.'i Wi. i.: Pe ehami.
It was a Cough thatearieli.d hima og
It was a-, ('ollin they catrried im ogT in.
It. is unneessapfrry.' W6o have saved i
the )Fves of hunldreds anmd will savo I
yours for' 25i cents. Otr Compound t
Cough Syrup soldotm fails to give im
mediato atnd permnaiont relief. U8o
ono bottle, atnd you will givo uIp the p
ha tck btusiness. Matnufacturedl and 3y
for 81110 at Robertson & Gilder'su '
T1he cheapest lIne of Latdies' Oxfords
ever bownu in Newberrty lit
Ladies' Patent Tljp Oxfor'ds, 50c, at B
ilachaan ahapel and Unionl Aeatemy Chip.
Tbore will be communion services at
Cannon Creek church next Sunday.
Mr. John Cousin will represent Col
ony congregation at the Lutheran Con
ference which will Convene at Mt.
Olivot embracing the fIfth Sunday.
Me. John Fellers was appointed alter
Capt. Jno. F. Banks' old family horse
died last, Monday.
Old Uncle Jimmie Sloan died at his
home on Sunday night, 15th inst., aged
about 87 years. His remains were
buried at Cannon Creek graveyard on
Colony congregation was vell sup
plied with young and able divines las.
Sunday: Rovs. 1H. A. McCullough and
J. L. Cromer, both of the North
Carolina Synod, were present; also
Rov. John Long, of the Seminary. We
had 1'o specittl prefer4ence as to who
would preach, in fact, would liked very
nueh to have heard a sermon from all
three of the young servants of God. As
Rev. McCullough was at his old home,
le gave place to the others and took no
>art, in the services. The altar services
vere conducted by Rev. Long and the
:ermon was preached by Rev. Cromer.
As he entered the pulpit. he told the
,oi ,!ation that he was glad to be
vith them and he hoped to be able to
a11v something that would he of some
interest to their spiritual welfare. Ills
ext was: "The Lord said unto Cain:
Where is' Ahle, thy brother? And he
aid: 1 knoweth not; am I my brother's
:eepery"-Genesis 4: 9. Rev. Cromer
tad preached but a short while when
lie had captivated the whole congrega.
ion. The perfect silence and the
trict attention shown was evidence
hat there was something .nore strik
'ng than mere curiosity. le made some
,ointed ilhmairations in showing how
ie are our brother's keeper, setting
aorth the duties of husbands to wives
ind wives to husbands, fathers and
nothers to children and children to
-arents, pastors to congregations and
ongregations to pastors; also how we
ire our brother's keeper as neighbors.
'iends, officials, statesmen, and even as
trange's. There are many ways to do
rood: for instance, those who give alms
ud hestv charity of iny kind show
eighborly kindness and are counted
rood people, and very often true Chris
1an1s. Ithit at last, ;od knoweth the
imart.. After all it is as Bro. C 1romer
;aid: The onle vlho doeti, good for t!hI'
ake of good and expects neither
lonor, praise or worldly gain, will be
he one accepted in the kingdom of
eaveni. ev. Cromer is a young man
)f more than ordinary talent, and what.
naakes his sermon the more efTective,
iv shows that Iiis heart, is in the mat
Small pox is reported in the Pomaria
eetion. We learn that. a petition is on
is rounds looking to have the ballast
>it near PomaIria closed. This is noth
ig more than right. The people should
Ase ever' Means available to keep the
lisease from spreading.
We thank you Bro. Kay for your kind
fivitltion to sit in your cooler. We
vill he out soon and you can just ex.
)eeL to ''set em uip." Last night we
bought, of y'ouri cooler. We were so
'cry hot that we rolled antd kicked,
ussedi an(d grumbled, got, up, went out,,
irank water, got among t,he yaller dogs,
Lid they swappedC( us a few of those
)lack things which generally inhabit,
ogs. WVhat do you call them Kay?
loppling Johns, I reckon, for I know
hat they made old Chips hop from
hen until day. Say, Kay, have you
ot any such animals out at town?
Inasmuch its The Herald and News
links that tbere is a possibility or at.
east a probability of there being three
actions in the politiehli fle!d this year,
ye p)ropose to harmonize the matter if
)cssible, foir in the face of a war stir
ye are in uo fIx to have a polit,ical stir.
'he solution of the matter whichI
hall oIThir I think is a fair one and no
&.r-minded person can object. If there
sto be a license, a p)rohib)ition and a
lspensary faction, I see no other way
o conie to ter'ms in the matter but to
o back to the equal division p)lan. But
clme might t.h ink or say, how can we
itake an equal division where there are
hbrec factions? Now, this Is my p)lan:
nominiate fotr the [louse of Represen
atives, the lHon. E. Hi. Aull, editor of
['lie Herald and( News, to represent the
icenso faction; the lion. Rt. Hi. Gr'ene
eri, editor of The Observer, to repro
ent the p)rohiibition faction; and the
Ion. 1". V. Capers, editor of r'he Voice
i the People, to repr'esent the dispen
try3 faction. Now Edit,ois, go to work
ndi( settle these mat,ter's between y'outr
elves and let us country folks alone,
lease dlon't say anything that will
The dry spell has lasted just, long
notighi to (10 tup the spring oats.I
inik that the farmers will soon realize
e fact that spriing oats atid fruit.
gents won't do t.o fool with.
T1hxere is a fount-ain, (this sounds like
at blessed good old hymn), but I'm
ot, going to spea'r (if that, fountain
lIed with 1b1o(od. .Its t hat fountain at
V. WV. "ulmer's, which is filled wyith
ice. refreshing, cool drinks. If you
animt somiething nice just go around
nd WValt can fIll y'ourt bill to a frac
TIhanks, Biro. Clodhopper, for comn
limentary words. We thought that
ou would ngrece to ouri p)roposition, a8
e always knew you to be honest and
Llr-mindecd. We always try to speak
'hat we conceive to be right, let, it
lease or' displease who It may.
Say, Kay, what do you think of ouri
lution of the liquor problem? Don't
ot think that we have cracked the nut
far as NowI orry is concerned.
In conclumion, I want to say to the
readers of Tho Herald and News: It i
a matter of lkupoSsibility lot teo to give
anything like the latest news, unless
the editor will agree to run a daily
paper. It seems for' the past fow weeks
that ho has neon so stacked with news
that, my Ch Ilp had to lie over In the
otff.0 at least a week before they ap
peared. We don't say that our news is
or so much importanmeo, but suppose wo
were to say that Hill Jones was very
sick, not ablu to sit up, and then in it
week or so afterwards the item appear
in the paper, and Sm Smtith would
happen to meet Jones in his usual
health. Then Smith would accuse
Chips of an untruth. But The Herald
and News is growing to such an extent
that we will have to run it Into a big
daily. then tho Chips, Kays, Clodhol;
per, and all the rest of the force can
Don't bolt your food, it irritates your
stomach. Choose digestible food and
tIh !w it Indigestion is a dangerous
sickness. Proper earo prevents it.
Shaker Digestivo Cordial cures it.
That iq the long andi short of indiges
tion. Now, the question is: Have you
got indigestion? Yes. if you have pain
or discomfoi t after eating, headache.
dizziness, nausea, offensive breath.
heartburn, langouir, weakness. fever,
jaundice, flatulence, loss of appetite,
irritability, Constipation, etc. Yes.
you have indigettion. To euro it, taike
Shaker Digestivc Cordial. The medi
einal herbs and plants of which Shaker
Digestive Cordial is composed, help to
digest the food in your stomach: help
to strengthen your stomach. When
your stomach is strong, cape will keep
-t so. Shaker Digestive Cordial is for
sale by druggists, price 10 cents to .10A
Rov. V. Y. Boozer, of Burlington.
N. C.. preached here yesterday morn
ing. In boyhood he was near us. ani
sometimes with us. and our people
loved him with his goodness of hearz.
genial disposition and pleasant mar
ners. In young manhood's estate as a
mnessenger of peace. good widh and love.
our high regard for him has increased,
if possible. We are glad that he is de
voting his life to the Gospel ministry.
for which he is so well fitted. Both in
corposition and delivery his serions
are excellent. Miay heaven's choicest
blessings Test. upon himi and his labors.
iIe was accompanied here Sunday by
Mts. Boozer. his father, Capt. 11. S.
Boozer. and Mi r. and 'Ir,. .1. P. Wheel
Next Sunday heing the fifth Sunday
th re will he no preaching Iere on
At its annual meeting yesterday If
ternoon the Luther League elected the
following oflicers to serve for the ensu
ing year: President, J. E. Hunter;
vice-president. G. Pi. Hunter, recording
Seeretary, MiSs lssie Moore: corre
sponding secretary, NIiss Sula Taylor:
treasurer, T. C. Hawkins The league
has 68 members and is doing a gooO
work. All the meetings, devotional,
lif"rary and social, are 'vell attended.
The new postoflice granted at Dr. W.
E. Lake's has been opened up. It is
known tis Julia in honor of Mrs. (Julia)
Lake. TIho Utopia mail 'rouite, which
s:trt,s at Newberry', has1 been extended
to tho new ofile. It, is hoped to get
connection with the St. Luke's daily
mail and th us be0 brought into quick
conmmun icat.in wit.h Pr1osperi ty.
Somec of ouri young peOple attended
the exhibition at Utopia Friday night.
Mr. "Bee" took a "flying trip'' to the
mountainous regions of North Carolina
last week. "'On the wing'' ho passed
MIt. Pleasant and Charlotte, and "lit"
long enough to see our gIrls up there,
those from this county who are attend
ing college. They are "well andi doing
well," and will he home s'oon-those at
Mt. Pleasant Seminary the latter part
of next week, those at EWizabeth Col
lege about two weeks later.
It is "dry" hero now without prohi
May 23, 1898.
Thirt y-dvo years make a generation. That
Is how long Adolph Fisher, of Z/anesvillte, 0.
suitred fromn piles le was cured by using
thbree boxos of DeoWltt's Witch Heade Salvo.
The Latespt War News.
(Special to Herald and News.)
ColumbIn, S. C., May 23.--No news
from fleets today. British steamer
Aramore captured by Oseola trying to
runi blockade and was brought to Key
West as prize. It was loaded with
lumber andl catt,le. It is announced in
Madrid that the government is p)repar
lng another fleet for coast defense.
British Captain It is alleged has learned
in Cadiz that the Spanish fleet will
shell Boston. Koester.
May 23.--Mil itary experts in WVash
lngton expiect American troops to be In
Havana this week. They believe soe
have alreadly stat ted, it is knowun that
the government could transpoi~ swonty
five thotusand men01 from Tampa in
thirty-six hours keeping them north
of floots, Sampson, Sohloy and Corveoras.
Colutmbita, S. C., May 23.-Spanish
cotnsul at St.. I erro, Mortiniqute, in
fortmed this morning that Cerver'as fleet
would retutrn there to coal. Authori
tiles say shall not coal in that hatrbor.
English steamer Twickonham waiting
there with supply of coal for Span iar'ds.
May 23.-William [Barbee killed. J.
M. Colcollough fatally inijured in a
collision in a train hearing th'e troops
atnd a vegetable train 'over. theo,F. C.
and P. this morning. They wore
p)rivates in a North Carolina regiment
It is relported in 1.ondon that Italy
will declare the Cubatn blockado in
'The Oregon has arrived at Key
coferotnoo Valled off.
We have received the following
noti(le frot theseeretairy of the New
berry Conference. It would seem from
this that, the small pox was sproading
in tho country disricts. Tlaer should
be som menats of forcing vaccination,
and yet, it Is strange that an1y people
will refu'so to be vaceinated when they
have it, free of clarge and know that it,
makes them immune and when by
paromilp vaccination the diseao might
ba blotted out. A9 it is now it is
e)reading overt the Statte. At this time
we have no cases in the town:
\Vill you please announce in your
Tuersdaity's paper that thA Newberry
Conforence meeting at, Mt. Olivet, 27h,
29th, has been called in. The small
pox Scarm Is raging in the 'N'aLI see
tion antd ioy think it better to pmst
)One tle meeting. One deatlh is tx
ported from just aerios thIe Saluda and
it is said there are quite a iber of
other cases over there nmow:
By complying with the axe mequest
Youk will greatly oblige.
Z. W. R1R1A n
Secretary Nevberry Conference,.
For House of Represen
[NAPT. ,JXN0. F. IIANKS I 11r%
Sby nminated A iat adidale for Tx,
elecion to the lo%er iuse of the Gt-n
eral Asembly and is ph.eNsN to abide
the result of the emoratic Primary
RT1UR1 K111LE1 IS I11iERY
. annoumNd as a candidae for r
election to the le,gislature and is
pledged to abide the result of the Iem
ceratic primary election.
For County Superinten
I HF13Y ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for re-election to the
ike of County SuIrintendent of Ea
ueion, and pledie myself to abide the
resul' of the Democratic primary.
F. W. HIGGINS.
T H E MANY FRIENDS OF THE
Hon. Thos. W. Keitt take pleasure
in announeins his name for County
Superintendent of Education. and
pledge hiim to abide the result of the
For County Su pervisor.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for County Supervisor
and pledge myzelf to abide the result
of the Democratic primary.
V. A. 1ILL.
J ". SCHUMPERT Is HEREBY
e nominated its a candidate for
County Suiprvisor-subject to the pri
Examination for Teachers' Certilcatcs,
TH1-IE REGI 'LAR EXAMINATION
T for Tenchers' County Certifleates
will he held on Friday, June 1'th, 1898,
at, the court house. Applicants will
bring their own pens and ink atid paper.
F. W. HIGGINS,
County Supt. of Education.
NOTICE OF REWARD.
T W\ENTY-FIVE D)OLLARS RE
wardl is iered for the capture
andl return of Will Cleland who es
caped frmom the Chain Gang on Mon
day, May 16ith.
JINO. M. SCHiUMPERT,
J. B. Walton has opened a Hiar-.
ness Shop on Main Street, next door
to 0. Klottnor's. Will make new
harness and repair old. Twenty-five
years experience. Prices reasonable.
(Give him your orders. Satisfaction
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lands. Easy pay ments.
No commissions charged. Borrower
pays actual cost of perfecting .toan.
Interest 8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMERt a SON,
t. 8m Columbia, S. .
When Candy low
ers get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
pure, delicious can
Wblinaii'S InStItiRcons Chocolaics
Is porfect in flavor and quality, do.
lictous and henithful. Made in
stantly with boiling water.
FORl SALE AT THE
J. K. GILDERI
The Latest Arrivals
A. 0. Jones
50 pa Staudard Shirting Prints, 40.
W pe Mcrrimak " " 41e.
10 pe fauoy satin llago, olriine
10 p Wes WhitI lldia inQu, o
10) - " Sie,
10 4 w 1 10I
10 " " " 'e,
10) " - -ie
iunits antd akirt t '& to it yd,
1X V, 40,inch Silk MuIll at 19M
I I Alack 'ilk Giuadine at 0t,
11) $1,00;f arm\).
X Iarge line ;of .%ew ants at ftvm
20 ca f en Wonon's and
Childr'~%s Shx\:s At rmt , to
A of Mon', St rAw lats at h..
oma lo Me"n' *tiff andI S'Nft VNr
l tsat $1Lt'0 t~o$.. .
A new line of
MenS N c\kwear,
C.oll Ia -rs,
New it t,
aill at. a little less than you
can buy them at any other
store in Newberry. Why?
Because JONES sells for cash
and consequently can aff'ord
t. sell for less.
Come and see us often.
Agent for Standard Patterns.
The People's Store.
Under Newberry Hotel.
Newberry, S. C., May 17, 1898.
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
b)uy in large quanti
Woe therefore command the very
lowest prices and will give themn to
We want to call your spe3cial at ten
tion to the fact that we do not sell
trash nor shoddy goods.
Woe prido ourselves in offering re
liable goods in every line, even our
oheapest goods are of standard qual
We propose to lead in p)oint of
style arid quality and to meet all com
petition in point of price. 4
are full of nice, new
spring goods. We want
to show them to you,
and wi-ll do as much for'
you as any house can.
Come to See Us.
TAKE A LOOK
m~our LadiiE biitibTi
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any fot
gear in this or any
other market! .
They fit and wear well!
One guarantee goes
with every pair !
You take no risk!
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
foot trimmings !
S. 3. WOOTEN,
A E I N V I T E D
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of strictly high
grade Chamber Suits in Walnut
and Oak. A full line of medium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly Alain Street, Ne% bei-ry, S. U.
HARRIS - LITHIA - WATER
Contains More Lithia
nlIaN ANY OTh R LI A WTEII ON TIlE lR(ET!
ead what some noted physicians have to say
The waters of the Lithia Springs Asheville, N. C., A pril 24, 1898.
ire odorless, free from color, with a An extendled clinical use of the
.leacant saliney taste, rather palat-. Harris Lithia WVrpomt et
ible When taken in considerable the sit aen taterd it. me o
juantity, they do not nauseate, purge, of the bet, if not the best, Lithia
r produce any feehing of discom- Water kow to-epoeso.I
ort. I find from the analysis of the te cntown tof hpofshaion Uin
vat ers, they contain Chloride Sodium, it acntion mareoshatis Uein
?larb. Potash, Garb. Soda, Carb. tb Racti nd vlouts Diseasen
[Athia, Carb. Iron and Sulphate aforhe mretcondfotyha itease
f1agnesia. These waters act directly th e Buffalo or Londonderrhaiter
non the mucous coating ot the Vy trl yors
tomach and alimentary canal, they JOry Hruy yous,LA5 'D
ire powerfully alterative and tonic. JH a ILAs .D
'hey are everything to inflamed or
rritated surfaces. They act upon
be blood, changing it from acid to
llkaline. In Indigestion, Catarrh of Mr. J. T. Harris, Proprietor Harris
tomse~h and Gastreia, supple. LithiaL Springs:
nented with a proper diet, they are D)ear Sir: Whlile it is contrary to
.ecertain cure. The action upon the my custom to give testimonials to
idneys is marked. The Sodium, remedial agencies, I feel free to at
[otash, Soda, Lithia, are the best test to the efficac of th -ari
iolvents of uric acid, all calculi of an Lithia Water (whcyusedhenHarrge
ceid, character, whether litary or quantit-ies) in the Rh e"mati argd
~ystic, ares steadily dissolved. I am (ionty Diathoes inegre stn
~onfidenjt that the profes%sioni will find of the K(idny;i -inglargtio ofte
tvery useful ini cases wherre this the Biladdg ad in nl asmaeo wher
,l fwtris , -uied thuerei is an excess of solids in the
WAnTJ*oo, 8, (., Aprii U, J'A nI)2. Yorr respectfuly,
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