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THE HAMPTON MONUMENT.
The General Assembly has passed a
Bill providing an appropriation of
twenty thousand dollars to be used with
ten thousand dollars to be raised by
voluntary contribution, for the purpose
of erecting in the State house grounds
an equestrian statue to the memory of
In the Senate an efrort was made to
amend the Bill so that the money would
be used to establish scholarships in
South Carolina and Winthrop Colleges,
one scholarship in each to be given to
each of the congressional districts o;
the State. We are glad to note that
by a very lecisive vote the effort fail
ed. The founding of colleges and of
scholarships in order to perpetuate the
memory of heroes is all very well and
appropriate. But in all ages and among
all peoples it has been the custom to
tell in brass and marble the story of
glorious deeds and of the men who
wrought theml. We have been taught
that. when a State erects a a monument
to the memory of one of her sons, that
man's ceamll)le is worthy the reverec'e
anld the emulat ion of losterity. There
is no more litting way to keep fresh
the memory of 11:ampton than by erect
ing on the capitol grounds of his State a
monumlent which shall depiet the great
leader as he i: remembered by those
who followed his lead on many a field
of carilage in the trotblots days of
war, and who with hin faced greater
dangers in the yet more trotblous days
of the so-called peace with followed.
Th' gentletnen who votl against
the :tmntrdii'nt It provide for the
sehol,rshipls were eminent I v correct inl
Iheir view and in th1ir position. Let
tiht Stat e, with t .h" voltnt:ry aid of
her cit izeln:, ert'et an equest rian statue
t he mnen tr\ o f \atdt" }lanpton - ;he
bhle statetiman. the !i'it'st z pe of the
So t t'trattlina g Inti eia . i.et futit -e
ti t'r;Itiitins Itutl ultttn b 1. as he was
k( w I in l t ti ttae r+ 1 armtit . :mild
rIu lli, Itlt fitt et.
But the I at t'" I t a n ; it e int is
deidtl t IT t now is to -et
eontiiution.:!1' sp,s i l
sut ret and dris m t s 1 t' a llt' r
oft ti . i his e'iforts to rid th
town of tit thetllm'alad indeet'
hord' whitb Uci , ittnL; tx rted
a balefut mttic in'it n ' r mtidst.
Someth has; iien, nt'elttht to be
dIolre, anld it rlth.i id bo a t:rI-ce of
LC2:ttlttilln to t\ery1 i.t'ei' if et .l'\
that the rect e f fts1t tl:tvt bee'1 .,'
Strongll arlti tf .liih t!e t'et. \V1 ho}
seet}t" tthe goodl. -.\"t rk} go on1.
Death of A. J. Jones.
The follow:ng is fr.ilm the G-etn.
wt s of \-etlit,da\:
In th;et t<ath of A .Lack Jones, w:
oct'lllt l e:tr ly \'este'tlav at t"tIn ft alt
Mr. Jonts was a niativte of Newhet'rry
tountyv, butt has bteen a resident tof t hI
cy fot mev t tal vars. dturing almni'
al of wIth t imet he was act izeh- en
gagred ini businiess. lI I was considt-ei
a spt~ljjd dry goodtts m-ma. atnd was
Miss Suiti. Gatrrisitn, eldest daughtter ttf
Ar. andt Mrms. WN. I). (harrison of' thIis
c'ity', whit with thn-'t small chIildrlen
alt' left tt mournl'l the de'ath of a dIevt't
edl husbtatnd and tat hem. :il to whimim
Ier an tut elsewherte is e'xtende'il IIt'
Ileavtes t wo hrot hiers ma a sister, M iss
at NewhIerry', amid W. TI. Jomits at' At
ltta. Mr . Jonimes was a tmimbt' itf
t lhe Sucondt PrisbIy tert'ti c'huricht of this
tityV antI was also a nmt'iber ittfl 'item
vices will lbt t'nucitt ed at tIht r'e'sientce
at 2 o'ctoick, lit't. t;. I;. Mit-es alt
v ices at th Igr mavt' ini Sprintgwood c enit
It'ry will her' onds-ated byv tle mnan
Tlhe tolltowing~ gent lemuen will act as
WN. ( . Atlen, lTomuas Pope, llry
liriggs, ,J. TP lllassingame, Wmt. WNit
kitns, J1. M . I )ickson. P ercy I ,ing
llalf ltates vIa. Southern Railwvay.
O n accoutnt 0of the M ardli Gr ias, to hi
held at New Orleains, I .a. , Mobile, AlIa.,
and IPensacot11la,Ph., the Southern Itail.
way will sell r'oundI-tr'ip ticke'ts from11 atl
paints at raite( oft one fai'e the r'ound
trilp. Tlic kets1 on salt' February 17th it.
23rtd, i nclusive', and t'ot' trains ar'rivinn
at ahove points on the morning of l"eb'
ruaty 2-Ith, Iimiited t'om return until
February 28th, except that by (deposit
oif ticket by the ot'iginal pulrchasetr, per.
sonally, with the Jloint Agent not ear
lier than F'ebruary 18th andl not. latel
than Februar~tly 28th, upon payntt of
f('e of fifty cents at the time the tic'kel
is dep)osited, an extension can be hta<
until Marchl 14th, 190'3. Apply to antt
AgE i' of the Southern Railway, or to
R. W. Ilutnt,
D ivision Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
WN. II. Tfayloe, Ast. Gen. Pas. Agt.,
No Riditng on the Track,
The Southern Railway has givet
ntotice to bicyclists that hereafter n
ridling will be allowed alongside th:
track between Newberry andl Helena
This path has been used a good deal b:
the cyclists and is a great convenienlcu
to them. It is somewhat dangerous
however, and it tmay be well that it hat
Local Road Legislation.--Chief Constable
Bill Becomes Law. -Hampton Mot
unent Bill Goes Through.
The legislative session is very rapidly
drawing to a close. A few more hours
will tell the whole story. Adjournment
will be reached tomorrow. During this
week, while a number of important
matters have been considered and pass
ed upon a great deal of the time has
been taken up in the continuation of
Bills and in the discussion of matters
affecting only local interests.
LOCATION OP J)ISPENSAItRIS.
The llouse has passed to a third read
ing a Bill to further regulate the loca
tion of dispensaries. Its main provis
ions are: When the county boards,
with the consent of the State Board,
designate a location for a dispensary,
twenty days' public notice of which
shall he given, it shall be competent for
a majority of the;votersof the township
in which such dispensary is to be located
to prevent its location in such town
ship, their desires to be signified
through 'a petition. Upon petition
signed by one-fourth of the citizens of
a county, town of- city wishing a dis
pensary. provided said town, county or
city was prohibited by law from the
sale of alcoholic liquors prior to July 1,
I+n:, an election upon the question of
estaolishing a dispensary in said place
shall be ordered; should the dispensary
fail. io subsequent election to be order
eId hefore the lapse of one year.
1ISP'ENSARY SCHoOL, FUNDi.
Mr. Pollock's Hill providing for an
increasc of the dispensary profits going
to the school fund has been stripped of
all amendments and is now before the
1louse for final reading in its original
St'I'.Y ANDi AI'I'ol'ItA\ rluN 111.1.5.
Thc G'Ieneral Suipply and Appropria
tion 11ills have reach ed the Senate and
I.i vt gone through p ract ically as t hey
I as sed the i1ouse, the appropriations to
I te colleges in :nm' inst anres being
The 1Bill to abolish the ottice of 'hos
ph:ate inspet'ctor has passed the Senate.
L.O AL nt. 11I All .1a;IS1.A'ri N.
'ht lllouse has passed Mir. Vingo's
.Ioinlt lht'solition to amenil the (ollstitu
ion so as to permit the G;eneral Assem
iy ti enact locai and special laws on
"he subictt of lai'ing out. opening,
:dte ring andl working roads anI high
way . and as to the age at which citi
-ns shal b sub.ieet to road or other
piublic duties. The re-olution was in
s ired by the fact that a road law which
lla\ be Of great beit to, one se-'tion
h '- I ma\ b. of geat harml to
nt e .i r the present colsti -
.tr.: e 1a\s mar v l;'
..n r H i whic was kilb-d4.1 . The;-.
hiehwa, ithrawngotin letooc
t tt' -o r
t . .us ' . has - .\r. wtaub-1icn
I ill to :ab lil th alticounity hoards of
mntrol aui to <h-vl. the duty of
Ssuggest.ing'' disp.e i:irs upon4' the
\Iarious cotlility th-legat j4n0.
A goud <hil-al of di -4us-ionu w\as pro-.
\ttkedt in I lhe I l ou-it oIver claims amun lt
ing to atboul It 4 fori stink ordlered
killeud b. the StaMt.'s \tteriliary surgecon
on1 accounllt ofi iotatgious dlis(ases. it
wVas protvt t hat Stomt it' the stock saidl
t'i have- ht'4'ni affectedl with glanders
:lul not!l k-il. hail reicovered,l andI by a
Praciit ically- the w~hl night sessitonofi
he lItouste on iTesdlay night was takeni
ill inI the( dliscussioni of a Joiint l(-solu
boa:iird f tru-iste.es of SouthI 1'arolina:
('ollege~t, to imp1-trv landls of said cid
lege, tio btuild thlereupoIln, toi borow
for such purposei t5 ant I Iled ge I he lands
4 oi ilnprved for the nmney b orrowedi."
A\t pre'stt heri'le is at goodl dea-l of
propler'ty sIitningt idlt- andl of not benietit
whitch nmy he stohl tii improve t he
tther Iprop erityv. TIhe I tesoldu tion was
tinlatly passed. but1 was subLlutlent ly
NIlr. I,yle's Hill to emplowerl tities
antI townus 0o' Iiv~e thousand ilnhabitants
or ov.er- to subiscrnibe to t he main teni
anice of public libraries has beeni pass55c
by the IHouse. 'l'hit Hill has f'or its oh
jc't. to allow Un iioni toi receive ther hub
lit' library otferedl by C'arnegiie on con
dition that it be supp;or-tedi by t.het cit i
Hoth houses have passed the Hill, the
pr'ovisionts of which hiav.e already been
publhIished, to) auth lorize the G over:nor1 to
appoint one( Chief Conistablte to have
contirol of the constabtulary force, and
the Bill wvill become a lawv ats son as it
shall have received the Governor's
Hoth. houscH hiant also agreed Lto the
ConcurrIent Reosolntion ask<ing Congress
to take measures looking toward the
imrvmn and p)reser'vation of old
IIAMPTON To) IAVEI- A MONUJMENT,'
When the House Bill api1prpiatinig
$20,000 to be u.'ed in connection with
$10,000 to be raised by voluntary co, -
tribtutions for the erection of an eques
trian statue to the memory of Wade
Hampton in the State House grounds,
came up in the Senate, an amendment
to the Bill was offered by Senator John
son providing that the money be used
to establish scholarships in South Caro
lina and Winthrop Colleges, each Con
gressional District to be given a
scholarship in each. After a prolonged
discussion the amendment failed and
tne Bill as passed by the House stands.
The Senate has indefinitely postponed
the drastic Bill relating to labor con
tracts, making a violation thereof a
misdemeanor punishable as larceny.
The Bill requiring all corporations to
pay weekly wages, which was especial
ly aimed at railroads, has also met its
fate in the House.
TO COMPLL TE STATE HOUSE.
The House has concurred in the fol
lowing resolution: "That the several
reports of the commission for the coin
pletion of the State House be, and the
same are hereby, referred to a special
committee, consisting of two senators
to be appointed by the President of the
Senate and three members of the house
of representatives tc be appointed by
the speaker of the house of represen
tatives, to consider the same, and re
lort to the next session of the general
assembly such facts and recommenda
tions in reference thereto as they may
deem advisablr That said committee
be empowered to sit during the recess,
to appoint a secretary and to employ an
areceiteet, to summon witnesses, and
shall keep a record of all of its pro
eeedings, and submit the same, with
the report., to the general assembly."
Both houses having adopted the resolu
tion, the following joint committee was
al)point ei: Senators Aldrich'of Barnwell
and Manning of Sumter and Represen
tatives Williams of Lancaster, Patter
son of BBarnwvell and Rawlinson of Rich
MARRI Ai-:s IN SOtUTH CAR1O.INA.
The louse has killed two Bills seek
ing to amend the marriage laws in this
State. One requiring the Probate.) udge
to keep) on tile a record of all marriages.
The other to provide for a marriage
license and fixing a penalty for a viola
tion of its provisions. Both were de
IN R-GARD TO COCK FIGHTING.
The Senate has passed to its third
reading a Hill allowing cock fighting
provided there is no gambling on thc
I-:NNIAL. SESSIO NS.
All Biennial Sessions Bills have been
post poned to the next session.
PO'RTRAti OF ARTHUR MIDDLETON.
On Wednesday the Senate received a
communication from Hlon. John tLard
Middleton. of Haltimore, tendering a
o)rtrait of his great-grandfather, Ar
thur Middleton, a signer of the Declara
tior. of Ir.dependence from this State.
Tit- gift was accepted with thanks aud
wik b-t placed in the Senate chamber.
Investigation of Postofflee Robbery-Rainy
Weather and Bad Roads-Water
P'rosperity. S. C., February 18. -Mrs.
J. H. I atham, of Little Mountain,
sp)ent a few (lays here recently.
A detective has been here investi
gating and gathering information aUout
the po.stollice robbery which occurred
here about one year ago. Among other
laces' he visitedl Mr. Cal. Fulmer's
where the supposed robber spent the
Mr. W. A. Kinard, of Newberry, has
b)een vis:g Dr). .1. A. Simpson andl
Miss Ophelia Nates has gone to
Graniteville to visit her sister, Mrs.
W. 1I. Blanton.
Or peop)lle are impressed wvith rainy
weaithter and h>ad roadls and these things
they tidlk abl ut. Now they think some of
the furious wind of last Monday night
when it really appeared ar' if the wind
wouldh t wist off the corner of our' houses.
A part of the roof of our' tow.n hall
rafters. sheeting andl tin, was carried
away. Some oft our peop)le re(flected
that they may have liked rocking once
upon01 a time, but the rocking of last
Monday night tailed to p)roduce sleep.
Miss Gert rude Simpnhsoni spent Sunday
Our p)eople on Saluda below Holley's
terry tell that the D)uck mill people of
Columnbia, have b)ought, the' water power
from the mouth of Buffalo creek to
Amiick 's ferry. Their purchase ex
tends sev'ent.y yards on each side of the
river. The presumpt-ion is that they
will estab)lishi an electric plant there.
Of course, we ar(' all expectant andl are
wondermng w hat will happen, naturally
wanting something to turn up to the
advantage of this community.
S. J1. McCracken gave a lecture here
Wednesday evening on T1he Landl of the
Rising Sun illust ratedi with many viewvs.
The lecture w as highly instructive.
Our city ofleers have madle another
move! along the right line and have set
up four gasoline lamps on the streets.
This will give uts some lIght on the sub
ject till the system can be extendled.
Sometimes wve are toldl that extremes
meet. Troday one of our smallest men
engaged a seat in a buggy with one of
our largest. This idlea of extremes
suggestedl itself and they were wecighed
-the one 260 p)oundti, the other 97
Mr. A. L. Bedenbhaugh has bought
the Crossoni house and lot near the
cemetery. lie and Mr. L. C. Merchant
will now exchange houses.
Cap.I. S. Roozer is among out'
Dr. 0. B. Mayer was in our town
durin the week.
The matter of feed is of
tremendous importance to the
farmer. Wrong feeding is
loss. Right feeding is profit.
The up--to-date farmer knows
what to feed his cows to get
the most milk, his pigs to get
the most pork, his hens to
get the most eggs. Science.
But how about the children ?
Are they fed according to
science. :t bone food if bones
are .of i .id undeveloped; a
fle.h ani muscle food if they
are thin aiiand weak and a blood
food if there is anemia?
Scott's Emulsion is a mixed
food ; the Cod Liver Oil in it
makes flesh, blood and muscle,
the Lime and Soda make bone
and brain. It is the standard
scientific food for delicate
Send for free
lie sure that this picture to
the form of a label is on the
wrapper of every bottle of
EmulIsion you buy.
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c. ant, $11 all druggists.
Watches, . Clocks,
Silver and Plate Ware,
Cut Glass and Table Ware
Wedding and Birthday Preseni
Key winding Watches
Changed to Stem
Jeweler and Optician.
"Hie woke to watch the lamp,
From hour to hour
Trhe old church bell.''
It is a case of nerves, and
will help him, for Vinol
gives an appetite for good
food and1 cnuses tender
k nerves to assume comfort
able, healthy acti::r..
If it fail, we pay i ck the
We al X pe 'e :selves
on our stock '4 <r , pu~re
drugs and ow'' o e- -
Win. E. Peiham & Son,
Notice of Filial SCtlcllOllt a1i(d Discharge,
NTOTICE IS IIEREBYGIVENTHAT
iI will make a final settlement on
the estate of Geor e A. Cook, (deceased,
im the Probate ourt for Newberry'
County, S. C., on Wednesday, 25th (la of
February, A. D). 1903, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, and will immediately
thereafter apply for Letters Dismissory
as adlministratix of saidl estate.
All persons holding claims against
the said. estate are liereby not ifidto
render im the same duly attested, and
those indebted to the said estate to pay
the same on or before that date.
MATTIE A. COOK,
Newberry, S. (', January 22, 1903.
Sale of Personal Property.
U NDER AN ORDER OF TilE
l.J Probate Court for Newberry
County I will sell at public auction to
the highest, live stock, farming imple
ments and other porsonal property of
the estate of William B. Halfacre, de
ceased, on Tuesday, February 24, 1903,
at the late residence of said William D.
Halfacre. Terms of sale cash.
JNO. M. KINARD.
Administrator of the personal estate
of William D. Half acre, deceased.
February 5, 1903.
TRUSTWOR'THY, EITHER SEX,
TLby Wholesale Merchandise Com
pany of solid financial standing, to man
age Local Representatives who will or
ganize clubs among consumers. 40 per
cent saved for our customers. Busi
ness no experiment but a proven suc
cess. Salary $18.00 a week, expenses
advanced. Experience unnecessary.
Address D. B. Clarkson, Mgr., 334
Dearborn St., Chicago, Ill.
Applications for Beer Dispenser.
ON THE 21ST DAY OF FEBRUARY
we will receive applications for
Beer Dispenser for Town of Newberry.
All applications must be in legal shape
and can be handed to Jacob Senn, chair
man, by 10 o'clock a. in.
J. R. SCURRY,
J. P. HARMON,
Members of County Board of Control
for Newberry County.
MEMBERS TOWNSHIP BOARD liF
r 'HE COUNTY AUDITOR HAS
appointed the following named per
sons as members of the Township Board
of Assessors for the various townships:
No. 1. -Town: E. Cabaniss, S. B.
Jones, W. F. Ewart.
No. 1. County: H. 11. Folk, J. Cal
Neel, T. H. Hill.
No. 2.-J. Y. Thompson, B. F. Can
non, Dr. W. C. Brown.
No. 3.--W. ). Hardy, J. H. Smith,
Job H. Ringer.
No. 4.-Jno. W. Scott, A. C. Sligh,
James S. McCarley.
No. 5.-- E. P. Matthews, C. W. Bu
ford, T. Hayne Chalmers.
No. 6 -11. H. Abrams, i. Mc. Smith,
Geo. P. Boozer.
No. 7.-W. R. Reid, Prass N. Boozer,
Henry B. Lindsay.
No. 8.-I. H. Boulware, B. L. Domi
nick, Geo. W. Swittenberg.
No. 9.-Town: A. M. Lester, Jos. H.
Hunter, F. E. Schumpert.
No. 9.-County: W. P. Pugh, J. W.
Hartman, R. T. C. Hunter.
No. 10. -Jno. D. Sheely Drayton, B.
Cook, L. Q. Fellers.
No. 11.-Dr. E. O. llentz, Geo. B.
Aull, Perry H -dfacre.
The above r.amed board of Township
Assessors are required to meet at the
Auditor's office on the 3d day of March,
1903, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of taking the oath of office and re
ceiving the returns of personal proper
ty; the returns to be acted on and given
back to the County Auditor on or before
the 17th day of March.
The said hoards of Township Assess
ors shall elect one of their members as
chairman, and the chairmen of the re
spective Township Boards shall consti
tute the County Board of Equalization.
The County Board of Equalization shall
meet on the 24th day o March, 1903,
and at such other times as the chair
man or a majority of the Board shall
direct. The duties of the County Board
of Equalization shall be to hear all
grievances and appeals from the valua
tions and assessments fixed by the
Township Boards and act upon the
same. W. WV. CROME R,
Auditor Newberry County.
HOlib Central k-Gie Me 48
Thc Nowborry Grailt Font
Oollfectlilcy anti Bakoy!
They have all kindsi of Bread- 1
Patent Bread, Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, ('ream Bread,
Cap Bread, R3 e Bread,
Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Bost,on Browni Bread.
Largest assoriimn'.~ of fresh, fancy
Cakes ever sho.vn hml befo,re.
Orders taken by Telephone and de
livered free of charge as we have out
our new deli1ve-~y wago(II.
Call andl see us'. r' rin::. uip Ph'one,
H. A. Meyer & Son.
VERY LOW RATES
COMMENCING FEBRUARY 15.
ENDING APRIL 30.
Free Chair Cars Unlen Depots.
For full information, pamphlets,
rates and tickets, address'
FRED D. MILLER,
Tray. Pass. Agent,
No. 1 Drown Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
branded by the most competent authein
ties. They have dispelled the silly no
tion that one kind of food is n(eded for
brain, another for muscles, arnd still
another for bones. A correct dliet will
not only nourish a particuiar par~t of
the hody, but it wvill sustain every other
part. Yet, however good your food
may be, its nutriment is destroyed by
indigestion or dyspepsia. You must
prepare for thcir appearance or pre
vent their coming by taking regular
(loses.of Green's August Flower, the
favorite medicine of the healthy mil
lions. A few (loses aids digestion,
stimulates the liver to healthy action,
purifies the blood, and makes you feel
buoy ant and vigorous. You can get
this reliable remedy at W. F. Peclham
Get G;reen's Special Almanac.
TilAVE YOUR COLLARS AND
... Cuffs right up to the scratch. No
waiting, no disappointment at the
Newbem, St.eam L...,d...
IS given up to be
i this section.
fully selected Seec
you plants of vigor
EARLY, SOLID, R
Plant in hot bed no
A Complete Assor
Have you ever
If not you want
It is one of the (
most fascinating $
$ games on the
everybody is e
learning to play it"*
Price 50c. I
ayes' oo Store. I
I'ho following druggists regneis's the
boldePrs of MURNA couponsfl to bring
boem in at once and securH ah:-olute
y free, the regular size bottle o.f the
3reat Preparation, MURNA 'A INE.
For sale only by Gilder & Weeks,
First announcement of
the New Store.
Q. B. SUMMER.
I have bought the stock of Counts &
)ickert, and Iam oing to conduct an
up-to-date grocery business in their old
I extend an inv!tation to my friends
f New berry and f,he surrounding county
0 dIrop in and see me. My salesmen,
.P. Aldridge and Clarence B. Sligh,
vill be glad to see them.
G. B. SUMMER,
Next door to Mimnaugh's.
SE A BOARD
Air Line Railway.
NWO~PIES1 I I ',,. )A ILY PULLMAN Vuesi fTJnULl
'3. 1TNEEN SOUTVH AND) NEW~ YOiK.
First Class Dining Car
Thle 13est lRates ad Route to All
Eqastern CJit ies via RLiebmuond and(
Wasingon,or vaou N.>trfolk andi
Steuamers. To At I sata NashbvilIe.
MepiaO~ II, Loia,vi lle, S:. Lonir.
(Cuaic1Igo, New Oill-ans, ad nu1
ToX '-avannrah, HI tI JIneks.civilI.
ad all poinite inFP>l'rica r.ad C(as 1
PosiivelIv the Shortest
Line Between the
NORTH and SOUTH.
1r rlail iuforation, Rmeais,
Seh d'iI"lah- ,nn.n R4,erva 'I
fi lO", &", apHply to anyv Ag"int
of the~ SE\l1(0.\RD) AlR LINE
RAIL~WAY "r .J J. P'ULLER, l (
T'rav Pa,i* .\gt . Columbia, S. 0 .
C. . Wa1worth, A.G.P.Ab7It
Niatvnnnh ,. R
the Best to plant
We have a care
I which will give
ous growth yield
w for an early crop
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