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Benjamin Franklin Goodstein, the
three year-old son of S. Goodstein, died
at his residence in this city last Friday
night. The remains were carried to
bia Saturday for burial Sunday.
Mad" in Newberrr.
The edskeL in which Gen. Wade
Hampton was buried was made in New
berry by the C-+r lina Manufacturing
Compau.y, and was trimmed by the son
of a veteran, a member of tbe Hampton
Wields a sharp Ax
Miions marvel at the multitude of
analadies cut off by Dr King's New Life
Pills-the most dis:res ing too. Stom
acb, Liver and Bowel troubles-Dys
pepsia, Loss of Apoetite, Jauvdies,
Biliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall be
fore these wonder wvrkers. 25c. at all
Rev. Ja.. A. i .-ter
Of tL.e Miodist Cuaierence died in
Florida last Friday where he bad gone
in search of health. He was stationed
in Marion couuty this year. He maar
ried in this county, a daughter of the
late Mr. Jno. Livingston, and a sister
of Mr. Press and Mr. Dan Livingston
and Mrs. Geo. A. Langford and Mrs.
Levi D. Fellers of this county.
A Doctor's Bad Plight.
"Two years ago, as a result of a se
vere cold, I lost my voice," writes Dr.
X. L. Scarbrough, of Hebron, Ohio,
"then began an obstinate eough. i
Every remedy known to me aA a prac
tioing physician for 35 years, failed,
and I daily grew worse. Being urged
to try Dr. King's New Discovery for 1
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, I
found quick relief, and for last ten
days have felt better than for two 9
years " Positively guaranteed / for 1
Throat and Lung troubles by all drug
gists. 50c. and $1.00 bottle. Trial free.
- an Improvement.
The system of working the roads
with hired hands has been tried by
Mr. T. A. Epting, at St. Paul's, and
has proven quite a success and im
provement over .the old system of
Yarning out hand,4. Mr. Epting with
-four hired hands did the work that
has umualay been done by ten hands in
four days, and we bear that he has his
eectioq of road in better condition than :
ihia 7beefor years. The new p'an
will be tried in othier sections so >n.
Wantalo Belp Others.
"I hEad stomach trouble all my life," r
-says Ed w. Meh ier, proprietor of the
Union Bottling Works, Erie, Pa., "and
- tried all kinds of remedies, went to sev- c
a ral doctors and spent considerable e
/money trying to get a moment's peace. ~
1inally I read of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
.'pdhaVe been raking it to my great
sa fsaction. I never found its equal
for stomach trouble and gladly recoin
-mend it in hope that I may help other
sufferers " Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures C
all stomach troubles. You don't have I
to diet.~ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests d
*halyou eat. W. E. Peiham & Son.
An Admirar of Bampton.t
A noteworthy incident was that one
"of 4he band some floral cfferings came ~
from Mr. Todd, now of Newberry, but f
-a member of the G. A. R. camp, in ~
Philadelphia, and he sent the tribute
in the name of his comrades who wore 1
the blue, becanse wherever there is a i
soldier to be found there is also an ad- (
mirer of Hampton, the soldier and 1
statesman.-Columbia Cor. News and i
Mr. Todd is the fat' er of M re. J.3J.
Lane, of this city, is a n,ative of Phila
delphia, and marched in the procession
with the James D. Nance Camp, weart
lng a badge of the Nance Camp, in
addition to the badge alluded to above.
He is a great admirer of Hampton.
Don''t neglect biliousness and consti- t
pation.-- Your health will suffer per
manently if you do. De Witt's Little
'Early Risers cure such cases. M. B.
Smith, B3utternut, Mich , bays "De
Witt's Little Early~ Risers are the most
satisfactory pills I ev:'r too.k Never
gripe or cause nausea " W. E. Pel
ham & Son.
A Fine Game.
The Herald and News went to press
last Thursday evening before the game
of ball was over, hence we did not
publish the result. Carolina defeated
Newberry College by a score of 6 to 1
Up to the beginning of the ninth
inning the game was fast, close and
snappy, the score at the end of the
eighth standing 3 to 1 in favor of Caro
lina. During the ninth inning, how
ever Newberry made some costly errors,
allowing Carolina three additional
runs. The Newberry team went into
the game somewhat crippled, its sec
ond baseman being absent, and early
in the game the third baseman was
hurt and compelled to retire. Simp
son, for Newberry, and Dilland, for
Carolina, did excellent work in the
box. Simpson allowing see'n hits and
Gilland five. Riser, for Newberry,
made some beautiful catches In centre
field. Altogether, with the exception
of some rotten playing in the ninth
inning, it was-one of the cleanest and
prettiest games Newberry has seen in
a long while.
sayed ilany a time.
Don't neglect cooghs and colds even
if it is spring. Such cases often result
seriously at this sens'n jus5t because
people are careless A cJosC of Onie
Minute Cough Cure will remove all
danger. Abs.>lutely safe Acts at
once. Sure cure for cou~ghs, colds,
*crouo, grip, bronchitis, and other throat
and ;u' g troubles "I bare used One
Minute Uough Care s-veral years, says
postmaster (' Q. RDanon, Barr, Ill.
"It is the very best coue b medicine on
the market. It has saved me many a
severe spell of sickness and I warmly
recommend it." The children's favor
ite. W. E. Pelham & Son.
VAROUs AND ALL ABOUT.
See call for County Convention, whict
will meet on Monday May, 5th.
Mrs. Addie Hodges of Prosperity, cam
up last week to visit Judge W. W. Hod
Capt. D. A. Dickert went to Greenvill<
yesterday to serve as a United State:
Picnics and fishing parties are numer
:us these days. Bush River is the pop
Mrs. F. B. McIntosh after a pleasani
visit to relatives here returned on Friday
o her home in Columbia.
Prof. N. E Aull has been tendered
he chair of Physics and Chemistry, it
[enoir College, Hickory, N. C.
Policeman Franklin raided a negro
,ambling den Sunday night, and the
gayor gave them his attention Monday
Dr. Van Smith has a pocket book con
aining some money that was left in his
store that the owner can have by calling
t store and proving property.
Capt. Jno M. Schumpert is announced
n this paper as a candidate for re-election
:o the office of County Supervisor, an
)ffice which he has worthily filled for the
ast two years.
Prof. Eug. S. Werts is announced as
6 candidate for re-election to the office
>f County Superintendent of Educa
ion. Mr. Werts has filled the ofice
or two years and has made a good of
Miss Willie Riser came on a visit last
eek to her sister, Mrs Dr. Longshore.
Mrs. W. W. Daniels, of Columbia, is
pending a while with relatives in New
Mr. Jim Weeks, who has been in Tex
s fbr the past two years arrived in New
>erry last week.
Miss Laura Sloop, of Hickory, N. C.,
s spending a while here with her sister,
drs. T. J. Presson.
Mr. Robt. H. Welch returned last week
'rom a visit to Kentucky where he had
>een on professional business.
Rev. E. P. McClintock returned yester
Lay from Wrens, Ga., where he had
>een to attend a, meeting of Presbytery.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pawley, who have
een in Cuba for the past year, sailed yes
ay for New York, where they will
nake their home for a while.
Hon. B. L. Caughman, of Saluda, spent
part of last week in Newberry making
ew friends and shaking hands with his
d ones. He will be in the race for
Mr. H. C. Bailey, editor and proprietor
the Chapin News was in the city Sat
rday. He has greatly improved the
ews in many-respects and is giving the
2apin people aegood paper.
Drs. 0. B. Mayer, W. G. Houseal, and
.G. Ellesor will attend the State Medi
al Association in Spartanburg this week
)rs. Mayer and Ellesor will go over to
ay and Dr Houseal will go tomorrow.
Mr. H. A. Meyer and family of Charles
on, arrived in the city Saturday. Mr.
I ;er will open a bakery in one of the
,stores of Mr. R. C. Williams. The
irm will be known as H. A. Meyer &
Hon. E. Hmoretti, of Wyoming and
fiss 'Preston Yineyard, of Kentucky,
rho has been on an extended -visit to
uba and Florida, stopped over in New
perry for a few days last week; on their
eturn, to visit Dr J. W. Vineyard, Miss
Miss Sarah Withers, chief clerk in the
flice of the State Superintendant of Ed
eation. who is making a tour of inspectr
ion of the prim-ay work in the county
chools of the State, was in Newberry
esterday. She visited one or t wo schools
n the county and yesterday morning
risited the Graded School. She left on
he noon train for Laurens.
A Ne.arty [Fatal Runaway
Started a horribl- ulcer on the leg of
[. B Orner. FrajnkLin Grove, Ill., which
lefied doctors and all remedies for four
'ears. Then Bu'cklen's Arnica Salve
ured him Jus,t as good for Boils,
Rus. Bruises, Cuts, Corns. Scalds,
Skina Erug ious and Piles. 25c. at all
The Teachers' Meeting.
The regular meeting of the County
eachers' association was held last
aturday, and I was delighted to see
such a large numbe'r of teachers and
!riends presents This meeting was one
of the best we have bad in two years.
I should like to see every teachers'
meeting attended as largely as the one
of Saturday. As was announced, State
Superintendent John J. McMahan mel
with us and delivered a very appropri
ate and interesting address on schools.
He stated that our present school sys
tem owes its origin very largely to the
war between the States and the "car
pet-bag" rule of "76," and thbough the
schools are yet in a very imperfec1
state, there has been a marked and
steady growth. Tbe address through
out was quite an able and attractive
one, and I am sur- all teachers and
visitors who had the good fortune o
listening to Mr. McMahan were bigbl.a
pleased and well-paid for be boulrthe2
spent in Saturday's meeting.
The next teachers' meeting will in
held on the 10th of May, and I hope a
see as many teachers and friends pres
ent on that date, as were present las
Saturday. Eug. S. Werts.
Like Datile Befo'e the 'Scythe
Baby lives are destro5 ed in summer b
cholera infantum The attack of the
disease is sudden. its progress is some
times terribly rapid. Mothers whi
hve given their ebildreu Perry Dav is
Painkiller in water with a few drop
of brandy added can tell bow this treat
ment has checked the diarrhoea ani
vomiting, and put the little patien
out of anger. 25 and 50 cts.
IS OUR MOTTO IN OL
No lagging on o
This fact accour
make everything t
No Fictitious v
You pay us no Premiu
our clothing, but every cei
intrinsic value. This i
Telling the peoplo
we are showing
goods for the leas
$7.50 to $10.00 ar
at $12.50 to $18.0
of Summer Weig
YOURS FOR THE BE
NEWBERRY IN SiORROW. me
A Last Tribute Paid to the Noble Hero and
Statesman, Gen. Wade Hampton.
Re*solutions of Respect--ManY
Newberrians Attenld ren
the Funeral, a s
The news of the death of Gen. Wade the
Hampton was received in Newberry rall
with much sorrow, not only by his old her
comrades in arms, but by all citizens
who loved and honored the venerable w
On Saturday morning a special meet-se
ing of the James D. Nance Camp Cat
U. C. V., was held in the courthouse to Jot
pay tribute to the memory of Gen.er
On motion of Capt. A. P. Pifer the lun
Hon. Y. J. Pope was requested to act the
as Commandant. He explained the ob-an
ject of the meeting in appropriate and
fitting terms, paying a short tribute to
General Hampton. (Co1. 0. L. Schum-fu
pert, Adjutant of the Camp, offered thegl
following resolutions, which was unani- ad'
mously adopted by a rising vote:
This Camp has just heard of the hat
death of South Cat'olina's noble son, 6
the patriot, statesman, soldier, belovedfu
and loving citizen, General Wade the
Hampton. This bereavement is deeply
felt by all throughout the entire State,
but especially by us, his former com
rades in arms, because we loved him Col
so well. Our hearts are too sad to do Bo
more than place one immortelle on his hei
grave as our tribute to one of the great- be
est men our State has produced. ha
- Resolved, That in the death of Lieu- w
tenant Genqral Wade Hampton, South
Carolina has lost one who, under all b
circumstances, was ever true to her by
traditions, her history and her people, p
one to whom she turned for comfort ba
and for guidance in the hours of her b
supremest sorrows, and ever felt safe
because her hand was in his.
That the comrades who wore the
"gray' have lost a noble and chival- Ot
rous leader, friend and counsellor,
whose loss will be felt till we, in turn, of
"pass over the river and rest in the ge
shade of the trees." t
That a page in our minutes be in- in
scribed to his memory and a copy of lii
our action be furnished to the family of m
iur dead chieftain.
Gol. Schumpert spoke briefly and b
feelingly to the resolutions, as did Hon. p
George John.stone and J Y. Culbreatb,
Esq., in second ing them.
As a furber mark of respect, it was
esolved that the confederate flag of
the Camp be draped in mourniing and
laced at half mast on the Confederate r
mo~ument and the ladies were re
used to drape the monument in
Re~solutios were also p)assed rhquest
ing that as many comrades as could do C
so attend the funeral IC
The attendance of mmbers of the d
Camp was goodi and a good many others S
who were not me-mbers of the Camp also S
attended the meeting.
The ladies, with the assistance of p
sosme of the young men, very ta4tily C
and appropriately draped the monu- t
d and Upward"
JR CLOTHING BUSINESS.
ur part, always putting the best
its for our enormous sales. We
ell in favor of the buyer.
hat We're Here For.
ralues represented in our prices.
im for the Styles and the Taste displayed in
nt, even down to the very lowest thing is for
s the reason our Clothing Business goes on
hXE PRIDE IN
3 about the well selected stock
and that we are selling the best
Is called just now
to our splendid
TENTION line of Suits at
id our line of elegant dress suits
). We have just received a lot
ht Clothing in Serges and Flan
;T IN EVERYTHING IN CLOTHING,
IEAD TO FOOT CLOTHIER.
t erected to the memory of the SEILNTCS
ifederate dead. EARNG ldade.Puig
A SPECIAL TRAIN TO COLUMBIA. ~ dw apt n atn,rcn
'he Columbia, Newberry and Lau- igCar,UbJtrn on~s
s Railroad authorities arranged for odr tHri rdNw fie
ecial traini Suniday morning from WseyMaswlhefudheetr
~rens to Columbia, at one fare foratALKngin' 4 .
round trip. It was not very gene- -
y known that the special would run, PprPten
ice the crowd was not as large as it srcl ah
ld have been. Howover, there t .j AOTN
e one hundred and twenty tickets
I from this city, a very fair repre- 0FC OJSPrO5ta1;
tation from the James D. Nance bules ib hCutySpr
ip Confederate Veterans, and theatisofconM dysad.uda,
n M. Kinard Camp Sons of Vet-astoerebsficdy.
ns, attending the funeral. t u.S\et,Spt
nmediately on their arrival in Co- N o anrs$.0ad$3
ibia the two camps were marche4 to Crest ls t7c n 10
residence of the deceased general A OtE S
there took a last look at the re- ~TRRU~ o etFrsl
ins of the grand old hero,.rrn.As w-os amt
was indeed a privilege to attend the rn. Apy t nie B.zad. tft
eral of Wade Hampton, and we areEMVDIhvmcdmye
that so many of our citizens took~ ery stbih ntit tesoe
'antage of the opportunify, and all ocpe yPla'~ciahl n
e proud on their return that they wl nteftr ei etr1oi
gone.afenotint sevth pulc Ikep o
~unday atronat 4 o'clock, the mn n edn ig,jwly
Leral hour, all the church bells and slewr,ctgas lcsadnvl
rne fomeatnggod bdaowhe Carpet anIMttn, ecn
Irt e m rry. flt t havoaaerr etc._Pries_moderte._Leav
art,dehe breadrmustabe good,oandcto
~lito. e aveWanedthvledM eans w L RY n erater
ich the game meanhtor'ssford'
virtue f puriy andLqality,andNwe
psetokep t,i priy ndqul t rit Ca h
1 d it Ifyouwantsatsfatiousnin re viet e frompr
Shotan Hhistoffaiea ontMnday in atrdas
For all kinds ofesores,fbruises,so
lyeisa urecue.Ski dsese Eug. W r, u p'.u
eld tooiteat once.oNever 7ailsain case0
rfeitsEMOVED-ffered foremany year
o asrecusdbyagu ho o u e byPeha' ycin g.al n
will indtheIfuturedbenit aebetter posi
eionuch seouble.eIpubeic.ll kiepscon
silverwarWitch glaz,ellSalvae. novel
ciylbam bel S ere EduardSciolz.
ties. Remember I amuprepared to fi
Mrs R..Wiliam traeJGU ofFiA NIEL.
spes,fuEat ira and form mthyad,,,age
e lades. to Naeberry1QlEishrbgi.i I l
.n, h ed cint tha shed andkef toetl n*'t n
opt en am menEBanfod staeo r.SrhA lr,dc s
asto. Wehe a ga n the thleade 'ur
virtue o r n qute pand Conywe. nTu~da,tm
poetkepi,ipuiand men'int hefrnoyn wl mehe
ies', it.IfdounwanthsatisactionapnlynfargeLvariet rS fimiro
con a nd "Clti n g, anfsldoitur. o h' ade
olctster aroae al chersp Stic d n o ain
call nd thsoe, Exruise, atd n rbfr heav ae
lease MRS.. kin dieasesUL,
otel oton el, fivr f loor, casestrri
etween 9oaling and aping . N e wer,.C,Api7192
G[S. MOWER CO.,
At the lowest possible prices to
be had for the same high grade of
goods. We do not sell shoddy
goods. We do not take your
good money and in exchange give
you worthless goods. Our's is a
clean cut business, done in aclean
cutway. We protect our custom
ers from loss by selling them wor
thy merchandise. We carry fine
full lines of
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Silks, Hosierv,
Underwear, Millinery, Ginghams, Per
cales, Domestics, Linens, Notions
For Men, Women,
oeS Boys, Girls ' Babies.
Our stores are full of goods. We
ask you to visit us. We promise
courteous dealing, fair treatment,
lowest prices. No misrepresen
tations and a big good stock to
select from. Yours truly,
S. i. WOOTEN!
hW --With some very tempt
ash ood ecome ing values for the most
Lan ark Demety "HAioa i N BlckC.u~
a Green and Blacks.
Emress Batiste . I- Dc.
a Pink ad White Stripe, Blue and
Greneda Batist lOc.
bUBiue, Pink,Yellow, Black
Glasgow Corded Chambr and a,.t.Otc. O
Exposition Batiste Pinks. Laced Striped. 163.
Reds, Blues, Pinks and 0
Everett GIIingamuI.kan Ii..c
t';.~.km PINK, BLUES
M8rCariZedU Dot G iam AND REDS. lO.
Mercerzed CambruSolid Pik,Line, Brown lc
Double Stripes, Blue, .Il
MrCriZed Chambry ie.d re.C
inmen and Silk Tissue in Linen Color 33c.
National Lawns, very pretty styles for price,
5c. Lot Remnants in Swisses, Batistes and
Lawns at a Real Bargain.
With a Bi er Stock, Bigger Values, Better Goods, Lower Prices,
Increased Failitie. With thn wce aree asking for eou pr od
B D -ssGods, Clothinlg, Shoes Hats and Furnshing Goods as we have ~
~ tday Evrybing that is good and up-to-date we have. We want ,
today.radery tnd if Quality and Price are considered we d6serve it.
ut ~ome in ad try us this Spring, and we know that you will be
satisfied and com' aga
300 s t vairti wCa ei sea 5 a yd. o y Ke n e Su f r $ 2 oo worth50 2oo
Ia~~1 Be t 5 c. a y. oo Me5 Stsf$ooo wot ea 250 W eSa ay. 10MnsSi s u u 1.0wrt 1.0
u un a 2 c. 3 By'. o s K ee uits t andoo 2x 5 c. 0
n bae tIe' n i at c. a yd. ~ 25 $.00. $4.0a n .ol o a t . ot e
woo~ -hee r - sto ndakowre cpese.o n sv o
I ine2o9paBrautien's odalitits at money
Y3c. IC., i2c.. i..oadh2er stor,dan s-z -n kind.
h ere f Priceculte,alwo,wrh7C tohrecntmtht emsly o. Bo Kneberry,ts at58. -