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store the centre of attraction
packed daily. We are, and wi
rounding county that this stor
upper South Carolina. My he
-=Come and Exaniile oi
JUST FOLLOW THE CROWDS.
WhDNESDAY, APRIL 16 THE SALE BEGINS
36 inch Pereales, still they go at 5c yard.
800 pes. Calicoes as long as they last 2 7-8e yard.
200 pes Sea Island regular 6c kind now 4je yard.
50 doz towels as long as they last, two for 5 cents.
50 doz- " " " ' " " 10c worth 15 :
100 doz ladies' and misses hose, the price is 5c pair.
100 doz men's half hose, 10c kind -nuw only 5c pair.
100 doz colored Organdies, 8c quality now 5 cents.
100 doz " 10c quality, now 71c.
50 doz " 121c quality, now Sc.
1000 yds Table Linen, mill ends direct from Ireland, 21 to 3j yd lengths, half price.
All flIADID! SATESAN 0 flAflfrom every
N HONORABLE STATESMAN ISDEAD. of the
oade Hampton Sammned Before the Great Commander of ae Hos'
the most pr
the Infinite Hosts. Ifederate cir
was a comi
the End Came Peacefully Friday Morning Just Before Nine O'Clock, equalled by
After Several Hours of Unconsciousness-The Dead Chieftain ship. and ti
* Will Be Mourned Throughout the State He Deeply Loved. E. Lee, reg
* Sketch of a Glorious Car.eer in War and Bril- grandest so
* ~liant Achievements in Peace of South he ws take
Carolina's Greatest SongiaLes
the army ha
lesto on th<
*ber 19th las
w ~ere two Oc
aged hero E
[Conideused from The State, 12th.] so muc~h l
- came back
Wade Hampton is dead. 1bed soene. The bird s sang sw Bet friends sas
South Carolina's greatest man, first carol'-, and the spring air was jad en proaching.
in peace, first in war, deeply beloved with the fragrance 6-! flowers, months he
by his peopte-preeminenltly distin South Carolina's. grand old man. weaker, th
guished as soldier and as statesman; breathed his last y.esterday morning ago he con
the commander who told his men at 8 50 o'clock, hE ving been uncon-- .irive accon
when he started with them to war scions for some hours prior to the
-that he would never order the hum- end. He had kriown the end was wedak, aod
blest of them to go where he him- near, and he facedl the inevitable with -wea falydr
self would not first lead, the man the same calx[ness that he had ever mear fulyr
who frequently gave the rare an -dslydwe dahwsimnn.had been e
spiring picture of a lieutenant gene- By his bedsideastood that sturdy sur
ral riding far in advance of his troops geon, who had. been his friend and
into the thick of battle-this noble beside him in. 'war as well as peace,' On Thur
Carolinian whose courage and gal- Dr. B,. W. Taylor, ministering to him ton had a]l
lanty were only equaled by his wis- ina his final. moments. of his isiste
dom in matters of State policy, is no The pEople are in mourning. In- beautifu.1
more. His life's race, s.o full of inci- deed, tb.e South will be in mourning- ICapers ani
dents and exacticns, has been run. for W'ade Hampton was an idol of friends and
He died on the anniversary of the~ the South, and his death leaves but, himself in
day that he saw accomplished his'two surviving lientenant generals at all enemies
grandest undertaking in behalf of the Confederate army-Gordon ansi beyond.
the State he so devotedly loved-the JLongstreet. S When th
day that Chamberlain turned over Men who were under Hamptcn were with i
the State capitol to him, and the dearly loved him. He has ever been ~,conscious, I
work of reclaiming South Carolina their hero, and they are anxious to Caroline
from carpetbag rule was done. He pay all honor to his memory. Many .daughter, a
passed away as peacefully as if an old soldier will doubtless look ton, his sor
dropping to sleep surrounded by his upon the dead chieftain's face fci.r the 3nd Alfrei
loved ones. Without the scene was last time today and tomorrow. Tele- Mfr. Frank
as al1m and pacefrnlas the -dath- grams of condolence have poro:ed in 'John C. Hi
right new reliable merchandise
then there is no mystery about
11 continue to convince the peo
e is the cheapest and most sati4
art as well as my money is in
ir Great Stock and You Will No I
The Silk Selling Keeps Up.
Our Silk Business this season is wonderful which is the strongest evidence that
we nave them all beat on price and quality. Here are a few numbers that can't be
36 inch elegant Taffeta, wont split, worth$1.50 Mimnaugh's price 971c.
25 pcs. colored Taffeta, as long as they last 38c.
Another big lot of wash Silks just opened. If you want to buy Silks now is your
ALL THAT WE CAN DO IN MILLINERY,
Every day the Express Company rolls in more new goods, no time to wait on
freight. (Why is all this Business) We are selling correct Millinery. We are selling
Millinery cheaper than Millinery prices. We don't ha)l to make it all on Millinery,
it's not a matter of profit, we want to build up a big bi' linery business.
Mimnaugh s, -
digrection since the news lor, who was surgeon general on his JUDGE BUCHAN&N'S TRII
i of Gen. Hampton was staff in the Confederate army. He Yesterday Judge Buchat
the wires. passed away peacefully and seemed p. m. adjourned the court
6mpton was undoubtedly simply to drop off to sleep. Such sesions ont of respect to ti
ominent figure in Con- was the end of a graiad man's career, of Gen. Hampton.
- ~~~~ ~ ~ p m. adore th court 3 . __ : ;*%0%
Dles when he died. He the end of a man great in life and THE VETERANS.
ander whose dash was still great in death. CmadrSaln
his strategy and general-! His last words, exeept some sacred Coandern arln in
e eminent soldier, Robert to his family, were: "'All my people, the death, at once detailed
arded him as one of the black and white-God bless them all.''o" h ebeso h a
Idiers of his age. When Dr. Taylor said he died of valvular of ther memer hof athen ca
a from the army in Vir- heart disease, superinduced by old bier, each veteran to wear
id that the right arm of: age, the general having reached his federate gray uniform.
been cut off. For these 84th birthday just two weeks ago.
scores of others, Wade GovERNMENT EHONORS HIM.HILATBDONAN
as loved, and thousands When the news had reached the throug Hamptn steet hisu
with the family, secretary of the treaury at Washing- tgorwith Mistwoe bosti
r PUBLIC APPEARAN CE. ton that official ordered the flag on the.gowthitosnsn
of Geun. Hampton's death government building placed at half1
ya surprise, yet it was mast in honor of the dead ex-senator, ''HAMPTON-THE soLDIER"'
for a few days more at and this was done at once. BISHOP ELLIsoN CAPE
old soldier bad been in GOVFRNOB ISSUEs PROLAMATION. Aogtedsigih
h for some monthbs. His Thgoenrimdalyssd
,pernewa nCa-the following proclamation which sad r mnn.Fo
occasion of the south was sent .by wire to the daily newssatoApmtxhic
liege centennial, Decem- mapersed theState
t. On that occasion there ppr fteSae y gnu
ecasions upon which the STATE OF SOUTH GAROLINA.-A PROCLA- rn faclnlt hto
>oke, and he made bril- MATI2oN. atgnrl n h om
es exciting great enthu - Whereas the Hon. Wade Hampton, cvlyo h ryo o
speech was in the audi- a former governor of South Carolina gna
other at the banquet that and a United States senator, died at LkehsgatCnd:
l. Hampton had not been his home in Columbia this morningraeLiu.GnFor
ke himself in years. He at ten minutes before nine o'clock,Hatowsabrned
o Columbia and soon hisfuloyeranofhnr.adasdirbistc.I
that the end was ap- Thrfr,, .B. cSenythsnualitntfo
During the past fewgvenroSotCaoiainrcgfisbatefougetst
has steadily been growingniinohiditnusesevcsSteridpnec.
ough up to a short timetohspolanhiconrthog- Tebteofaass
tinued to take his daily othsln n ooal aero h onn fJl
panied by his sons. Six adi ate eonto fhsb natcigclm
e general became very bodsaemnhpadtu oi-Fdrlifnr,wt u
had to take to his be'd. iyo hrce n i ihptit eis acigaantt
alized that the end wasisan deointduyadhsraofheCfdrtern
ig the last 24 hours heStt,dreusthtotoorw wihahdflfCroj
nscinIs only at times. Stra,Arl1,10,alpbi oiinas a hne
EN THE EDCAMEofiesrnreSt of south Carolina o erar n it i
sday eeningGennHmp-ob cofhis ditnnshdsriesshhafce anch
ong arewll alkitho Andis pan rhersiounia thoghseeysa-iefra o
Si wic h eprssd oth hat long fagsdo herable andeernbytefreonme
senimets.To shp onth itedfStaher ent at hfinfreyBe n i
d to ne o hisbrvot d sta h ttesmns iton l issip and Tennesobil
I comades e expesse ohracteri budis ighe tate,adot- it isG
beatinl ers, orivin and eoion t osto dutl afte Ketckistains n
andrefrrig t thSgr ate, funra rves tare held teomorrow,a ad b
Sa tnessy heref, I92 have hee-aoteblictes ala
:h THEnr, wh wAME s fixe the greatea of othe Sateliatweigtd,btteci
s,itn hi evresedthseeetdaofArlA.D192loehirbtrytte
isto Mary off H amp anot d th16tyeroIneedceouewnHapnle
co mrds heo exprfessed nie ts.drclyt t upot n
>eaptifnl hirs fogneegM .M eny tefre isfot
aeerigton,snee r B the Gogreatriigtth ewsh
i;e and Dr.ll B.m W.TereB ooe,Scy fSae heueulcots a
GREA TEST STORE.
ever had the power to make a
the way Mimnaugh's store is
ple of Newberry and the sur
factory store to trade with in
aonger Be a Doubter., __
SHOES AND OXFORDS.
The Biggest Shoe Sale ever held in Newberry. All the new and perfect Shoes
that are made by some of the best makers in America.
500 pairs of Crossetts fine shoes for men to be sold at cut prices.
25 cases Drew, Selby & Co's. fine shoes and slippers just opened. These shoes
need no introduction.
Don't buy your Shoes and Slippers until you see
COME DIRECT TO MY STOSE.
Leading Store of Newberry, S. C.
UTE. was ordered to march directly to the OUTLINE OF THR CAREER OF THE GREAT
an at 1.30 stone bridge. But the roar of battle LEAD":"
A general was to his left, and he hurried to its Lieut. Gen. Wade Hampton was
e memory sound and came up to the support bofn in Charleston on March 28,
of the contest not a moment too soon. J818. In Hasel street, within the
Later in the day he fell at the head sound of the chimes of old Saint
of his legion in the grand charge Mcals efrtswtelgt i
fCamp which gave to the Confederates thegraganfthrcmfomi
ormed of plateau from which they had been gnat h ooyo ot ao
a ubrdriven early in the morning.liapirtthReouonnds
p to act as To follow Gen Hampton's careertediSptabrdsrc,whe
lampton's as a soldier would be to write a his-headmsofteailwreu
his Con- tory of a hundred battles. This hasdrebyIiasn175Svrl
been done by the able and accom- o h osicuigGn ap
TREET. plished author of "Hampton and Histo'grnfahrweaaytte
last ride Cavalry," and well done. tm n sae h asce n
ten days We speak of him now only as we alsre nteWrfrIdpn
a double think of his general career as a sol-dnc.WeHapo,teeesd
dier. Of noble presence, a superb gnrlsgadfte,w~i ah
~RBT Yhorseman and swordman, quick to igo' aar,adwsletnn
BUTE BY decide and as prompt to execute, heconeathebtlofEtw Te
s was the admiration of his gallantswhofC.Hapn'sorws
d soldiers officers and soldiers, and they fol awy er ntecag.I h
Hampton Ilowed his lead with unquestioningwaof12thsolirasagn
i Manas devotion, and made the cavalry armerLHwaonofteistctn
reer was of Lee's army, especially in the great patr n curdmc adi
rar, which campaign of '64, so essential to its MsispiadLusaaa ela
from the support that Gen. Lee did not hesi- uhCaon.Co.WdHap
aieuten- tate to write 'co Gen. Hampton im-to,hedacif'fterwsa
md of the mediately after the war, that if he patrwt ag sae,adh
hern Vir- and all his cavalry had been present, lvdboddsok ehdapi
st, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Let Gen. Witadhdviincmenesa o Hampton wasioal.
l hoed y geerl n womLeecofidd hbattl of Newarlen andare28
~ t th andon hosejudgenthe rlied 1th n toHashintone, ritin one
ugglforthe plenid ahievmentsofunmp hors the ntiesac o olum-in
ton' cavlryat Hwes hop atgireat gaftherf7 me fro day.
as oenedTreillin; n th norh sdeinith T heae generay leSut aro
1st, 861,Jame; atReamsStaton;n ith pride shotheRlto and "sekeh rth"a
of 1,00 rar ofGran's ary; a BureMlod, Spanrie raretrining.er
~rou batMiL,and n th finl stuggl of ndi mot was ah fMi wereSimr
Slet ad '5, illbe oreandmor a tud he Haonsldg edte Hamp
y. Eans ofthrllig iterstomlitry tSouth Cron ate wnierty wh
an anddens, asouce o hoorabe p ide e gandeated the classacre,83nd
hisfrot o eer tre older an wll evr H enlstudied lath, btwits in s
~rc frm.ceae t relec imortl hnorupntton'sf pcticig, hodwever riornn
cke th th chrater th abliy ad te d-colone war the yatou mas paTng
r. Over- votion ofis ofCo. Hampto.itrssnMsispion'sueda
rs,he as e ws agret sldir, ut e alwayso hai te andhe. Inually
Alabma,alsoa geat itien,ndveryinc spen 1812 witers solderwashe gen
gia nd He oved is natveStteiwitsascr pi reth Losana raisel ths
the at-lov uneiged, nd n hs lst o lae ead,0 baes. fther wasma
plmande ofth nuabref erses and
len. For invokedbtheded stocg. oHeGodduponrhi
" the reul pok e o ks cretust infrwhavewssont evti
sct, hour th merc advisio Goaders attnintecmaso odes
boe ut leFa the Le and Rofiitserit nd Whnteled scddapo
hieshon sya "enerl no eee m"onind na piae u so asn
ar at thehandaonpwhoeLjudgmentoheorelied
haged hore woredsd acoident siofmane oHamp-y ourop
asoee Arvlind so the ort solidied ofcvarfadontheeryoat
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