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The Reeorder.
--PtTBCJSFfED EVE KY SATURDAY.
6. H. NIX. C !.. HOLMES
mt & HOLMES, Editors,
?. ? _ j i-^
SUBSCRIPTION KATES :
OneY?or, - - - tl.bX
Six Monti?, - - - - 85c.
Torte Months, - - - 5i>e.
City Subscribers ! Oe. per month
JV DVEKTi411 NO RATES n.ade known
on application.
CORRESPONDENCE on : injects of in
terest is in vi tod. we are not re
sponsible for views expressed by
Correspondents.
AI L MONEY seni* by Express, P. (>.
Atoney Order or Registered Letter
is at our risk.
ZW*A il -Money, Com m^rr cation s
tc, must be addnss? d to the
PEOPLE'S RECORDER,
1113 Taylor St., Columbia, S. C.
SATURDAY MORNING, JANT. 27
The repul li' ans of the State of
Georgia have trendy ca.'led their
?tate and district convention. Our
* leaders in South Carolina ought
to begin to 1< ok for N ard to doing
the same.
The State ot Virginia has
followed ia tho v>ake of her South
ern sisters and parse 1 a "jim crow
car law/'
Repr?sent?t)ve Bolts; of George
town made a hit t his week, in the
argument of a mil which pre
eminently concerned his peop'e.
Let Georgetown send this gallant
son back for ant tiier term.
?' The Black Man's Burden.
Rev. Ii. II. Proctor cf Atlanta.
Ga., delivered his fumons lecture on
the above subject at Ladson Pres
byterian church Wednesday night,
Tinder the auspicies of the Y. M.
0. A,r of this city. Tile attendance
was not as large as was hoped fcr(in
fact Columbians aie ? ve.?y lethar
gelic sit, when it comes to mani
festing the proper interestin leetuie.)
however aside from what we have
parantnetieally said, the speaker
made an admirable discourse on the
subject. Poverty, C.*i ?te an?! Ig
norance, lie saut were the burdons
of the black nran, and he ad mouth
ed the race to-labor unceasingly un
til these things were obi iterated.
The musical part of the progiam
which was furnished by nine lady
students from A\]on Univers'ty,
was a treat, and rarely if evtr has
it been the pri vi loire of an audience
in Columbia to l?e favored with such
excellent renditions. The partici
pants were ft.ifees Ford, Fiegkr,
?Vestcn. IV ? i * U r, Es al.
Mrs. Green performed at the pi
ano, Rev, E. H.^oit invoked the Di
vine guidance upon the rcca>i?>n.
Lawyer Jackson intioduced the
speaker in a very appropriate speech.
Iteviv-l at Claflin.
The annual revival a t Claflin
University conns as regularly as if
ir were a part of the curriculum.
The meetii g just closed has been
ivie of the very be*t, and one hun
dred and twenty four stud en's have
been genuinely converted. For two
days the classes sto? p? d and four oi
five meetings were held at the same
time ii\ different rooms. Nearly all
of the seven hundred students are
now professing < hrist.ans. The
good work will be loUwwed by con.
verts meetings twice per week.
L. M. DUNTOXV.
per M.
The relative? of ^nmuel Barley of
this city got a letter from him thi*
week. He is in Puerto Cortez Cen
tral America. He has been away
from home some true years. He is
weil and worhin?r on a Railroad as
brakeman.
INTERN'L REVENUE SERVICE
DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA )
COLLECT?.K'S OFE?CR >
COLUMBIA, S. G., Dec. 14 1899)
The following described property
baviug been seized f?r violation of
?Section 32b9 R. S. C. S., any per
son claiming same must give notice
and file bond as required by Sectior
3460 R. S. C. ?S., within thirty da\s
from dafe hereof or the same wil
be declared forfeiud to the United
States, viz: ?Six barrels com whisk- v
about 260 gallons, seized near Land- j
rums, S. C., as the property of
Luther Durham, Also, one keg
containing 5 gallons corn whiskey
as the property of D. M. Moss.
E. A. WEBST KR,
Collector.
1 " J .
The Peoples Recorder
newsy paper; onl
jy ,50 a year.
THE AMERICAN -
1514 Main Street . .
OOLUM:
T?3 PLACE TO HAVE TilE B
THE LC WI
Go'u Fillings-$150 np:
21 \ ayd'Jro viH-$5.00 np:
C*>w.i and B ridge work, per Too
Painless Extracting-50c.
A ten year guarantee with all o
ten. We can save your TEETH
work done at
AMERICAN DE?
1514 Main St., -
Dr. F. C. Gilm
LOCAL ITEMS,!
I
Rev A. P. Dunbar sp^nt Satur-1
day and Sunday in Lexington.
Editor C. P. T. White of the
Rock Hill Mets? nger w.\s in the city j
Tuesday.
-Rend in another col nm n the j
'ad" of '.Hands wantid'' if you
want work.
- P. K. Hiram Young was in to!
see ns this week and p-?id for his pa - j
p r for 190<>, Many thanks. Wi 1 j
others do likewise ?
-Many valuable and pretty prem
inms of different kinds will he given
away this year bv the publishers
of this paper Ehtor Holmes in his
canvass wi'l have charge of this fea
ture.
-The Simons lodge of F. A, A
Y. Masons at Orangebnrg initiated
on last Monday night some four
teen good men of that section. This
lodge has near!v thirty members and
O . ti
they are stid joining.
-Editor Holmes the REPORDKR
travelling representative is making*
ready and layii g his plans fer a
thorough canvass in the interest of
?thepaper. "He will go'on the road''
as soon as the Spring sets in-May
he. as heretofore, find a cordial wel
come nt all the Churches and among
. the good people ?f the St;:te.
-Dr. f H. T. Williams a n d
other gentlemen of Orangeburg are
to organize a m(d;cire ( cn p a nv.
\V e hope they may h; ve an abund
ant success.
Hon. W. S, Dixson U. S. Store
k? ep< r and Onager, stationed at
Un?on was in the cuy this week on
business in connection with h i s
work.
"Mr. J. C. Cannon the Under
taker is quite ill st h s home. His
friends are anxi us about him, but
*e hope chat he may be restored to
pei feet heal. h.
Dr. W. D. Chappelle leaves Aron
day afternoon for Washington, D
C., where he goes on a business trip.
This is the L
new Store, an<
Ig^Ask Your
'?OM Ml
%B '??esjno? J oj
DUB
. , ."Over Avery's."
BT A, S. C.
EST DENTAL WORK DONE Al
CST PRICES
Amalgair-2-5Gc. to $1.00:
Porcelain Crowes*-$5.O?
th- $5.00 Artificial Plates *S.C0 np
ur work, and it viii stand that long
and .MONEY if you have youT
mi PARLORS,
Columbia, S. C.
ore Manager.
AMONG ODD FELLOWS
Way man Lodge. O, IT, O. O. F.
reid their annual and quarterly ele
ction of officers at their last meeting.
They are Richard Galhard. N. G;
Robert Gest, V. G; George Pearson,
P. N. G; H. D, Kook, NVF; Louis
Waiter?, P. N F; James Lowniles,
I', ^Jefferson Haynes, W. T; Au
<r\ st Simmons, \V. 0. Committee
on finance Wesley Dent. P. F. Jack
son, Jefferson i layne. Henry Liud
say, advocate; Geo. Furguson, chair
mun on hall; Kobert Hopkins, P.
S. N. G. Geo. Harmon, L. S. is. G.
Nathaniel Ellison, R. 8. V. G. Cor
ne ius Brown, L. S. V. G. Carolina
! Hammond, \V, D. Jsom Reynolds,
I. G
The twenty-third annual sermon
will be preached by Rev. Dr, A. P.
j Dunbar, wt Second Cai vary RH p: ist
j church Sunday night. The friends
I of the onler are invited to be pres
ent.
This lodge have made a good
financial showing for ls?i?. Follow
I in g are s<mie of th? h'^uie^.
Receipts. 8374 25. Expenditures
j $342.(30. Widows and sick charity
i personal donations of members $4?.
00.
\
A HAPPY MARRIAGE.
Mr. Eli Jackson and Miss G.or
ia Parker the much Jovtd daugl
cf Mr. .Mrs. Parker were ni arri ec
Jan. 10th. The bride left the nex
day for her new home in Mississipp
The friends were loft to E < e her gc
but hope they both may live long
and have a success in life. Youis
! sincerely, ll. I). Harris
! NtUon, S. C,
WANTED.
-o
50 g^od farm bands at once. Nc
; h ai ct hips lo ernie? go. We wain
! good workmen who will be treat ec
i humanlev. $7.00 a month and rai
ions. We pay oil in hard cash ever]
i month. Apply to Hollow Creek
I Farm, Tjale P. 0., Aiken, S. C
.cst Ti*5fco Sprt and Smoke toar ure Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mp*
I letic, full of life, nerve ami vigor, take No-'J *
j .Bac, the wonder-worker, tbat makes we&kxn f
trong. All druggists, 50c er il. Cure guamo
j frffl Booklet arni sample free. Ail dr?
, ?fcm*feg Kcmedy Co.. Ctiicaco or New Yojfc
e where theykeei
)ODSATTHE
OTTON M ILLS
-argest and Best
d a new Goods.
Friends About U
[ 80S PUB UMfJ
1 no? 9Ai
J
Rev. D. J. Jenkins of the Jenkins
Orphanage at Charles to a was in the
ty Tne.-day,
Miss Belle Simpkins who is in
tttendance at Benedict College has
>eeu very ill, bat is much better.
. Mr. Andrew Simpkins of Edgre
ie'd was in the city for a few days
ast week.
Mrs. J. E. Wallace ?pent a few
lay s in Orangeburg last week.
The Capital City Guards ^ave
their annual Banquet Monday night
At their armory. Twas a delightful
affair, and the host of friends of
chis popular companyliugely enjoy?
ed tlie evening. Cipt. Nowell tue
popular commander of this popular
organization knows how to royally
entertain his friends. Editor Nix
returns thanks for courtesies exten
ded.
We will cousider it quite a favor
if you will promptly come forward
and pay your bills at this office.
Mr. M. C. Dix?on of Killians was
in to see us (his week.
Thanks to onr Greenwood cor
responden? for Prof. J.J. Starks
address. We have always sent his
mail to Algary, but ?finding that he
is now at Seneca, S. C., his paper
will be tent there.
Ladson Presbyterian church will
give an entertainment next TutBday
night in the basement of the church
The admission is only five cents.
The public is cordially invited to be
present and help this worthy occas
sion.
Mr. W. II. Rutherford our pop
ular towusman is still sick. We
wish that eie long he may be able
to circulate among his friends.
We extend onr hearty thanks to
Mr, Henry Percival of' Trenton,. N.
J., for a ?5,00 postal order in pay
ment cf his past indelt- dntss.
BUY YOUJI
Fresh Bread,
ROLLS, PI ES and
CAKES from.
Wamelie's Fail]
Bakery.
1613 MAIN ST
Dnobar's Toilet Crem
Softens, invigorates and prc
motes the gro\v;h of the hail
cleans the scalp of dandrnff, pre
vents the hair from falling out
It is indeed the best hair prepar
ation on the market.
Sold in every Kate in the TTniei
Letters of commendation are re
ceived daily as to the satisf actio i
DUNBAR'S TOILET CHEA?
affords. Mrs, A. P. Dunbar i
sole proprietor of this toilet cr?ait
You need only try it to be con
vinced of its great value tc Gei
tlemen, as well as Ladies.
Mrs. Lucy A. Lypsey, Agen
Union, S. C.
3 anything you v
vinita AND
WHB VBRY
LOWEfi TPR?C
iEPARTMEN'
Store in the Up
Nothing old a
Dress Making
Mad
t
am, Willi fine, Mrs- Um
Monroe and 3/iss Tnnnicliffe,
at 1312 Gafes Street. Diess Ma
king in all its oranches, Fine
fancy sewing, special attention
to wedding and Mourning or
ders.
1312 Gates St. Columbia C
12
A Wonrl^fni F^ce bleach
'BLACK 5K?N REMOVER.
COPYRlC?f
AfTCR.
This preparation, if us?d as di.
rected will turn the skin of a black
person four or rive shades whit-r,
turn that of mulattoes perfectly
white. Any person using ic can see
the result in forty-ei^ht hours.
It does not turn the skin in spots,
bnt bleaches out white. It is a very
good thing for the eyes if allowed
to get in the oye while washiug the
face.
One box of this preparation is ali
that is required if used us directed,
the shin remaining beautiful with
out continual use, and is perfectly
harmless.
Will remove wrinkles, freckle,-,
dark spots and pi tupies from the
face without ha>m to the skin.
Directions and preparation will be
sent to any addivss on receipt of
$2.00 C. 0. D.or send money order
Packed so that no one can know
contents except the received.
Tlios. B. Crane, Richmond, Va.
This is no fake
sale, all carpets,
rygs, shades and
every thing in the
carpet line will
be closed out at
cost.
PATENTS GUARANTEED
Our fcc returned if ve fail. Any one sending
?ketch and description of any invention will
Srompfly receive our opinion free concerning
ic patentability of same. 44 How to Obtain a
Patent" sent upon request. Patents secured
through us advertised for sale at our expense.
Patents taken out through us receive spzeieu
notice, without charge, in THE PATENT RECORD^
an illustrated and widely circulated journaj
consulted by Manufacturers and Investors.
Send for sample copy FREE. Address,
VICTOR J. EVANS & CO.
(Patent Attorneys, )
Ena irs Building, ~ WASHINGTON. O. O
/ant in
S3
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pop.u
ANNOUNCEMENT,
1103 Plain Stre?t-5Phone i
Columbia, S. t., October >th
I desire to thus pilblicly thank niv
many friends in tre city and stat!
who have expressed their sympa!
thy with me in trie recent lossof
my office and resilience by fjre,
These expressions of goodwill
and friendiy feelirjg have cheered
and encouraged rfne in my efforts
to re-establish my office, which I
have opened next door to my old
Stand, where I will be glad to see
any and all of my; friends and well
wishers, or any who may need
my services. Respectfully,
C. C. JOHNSON,
?mmm Mnm, i
ROCK HILL, S. C.
The Ninth Annual Session of this Sobro] begins
Monday. October 2nd, 1609. This school
gives a thorough Grammar. IIigh School, aid
an Academic oil neat ion, betides, ;i Piinmry
school to tit the rtholar for the Grammar De
partment The Grammar D?partirent fits one
for tue other courts, orto teach in the cen.mon
schools of the Main ; the High School fits the
student for business, or for tbc* study of learned
professions ; The Academic Comte fits the stu
dent to enter the Freshman yiar in college.
Tuition, 5^1. ; Room Rent9 $1.
This school is owned entirely by I he Negro Baptiste
of York and Chester counties-tituatun bttdtbj
Foi further part icu lars, tdd res?
KEV. M. T. HALL, A. B., Principal,
Kock Hill, So. Ca-olint.
?M BiiiHi
Tie PBODI BS B8E6Y0leiit
Of North and ?cuh Carolina
(INCORPORATED.)
Sickness, accidents and death are common to al*. Insurea
gainst these to-day.
This association offers the best advantages.
Tlie following table of rates j wi il explain the advantages tobe
had by taking a policy atouce:
Weekly
Premium
1
- ( 5 cents
- 10 cents
.15 cents
..20 cent3
.... 25 cents
-30 cents
.35 cents
.......40 cents
.45 cents
.50 ce ii ts
? ??
?
Sick
Benefit
Death
B e n e fi t
$1.25
2.00
3.00
.3.50
5.00
5.50
7.00
8 00
9 00
10.00
$20.<>0 -
25.00 -
45.00.
;>:>.oo.
67.00 .
;5.oo.
S5.(K.
100.00 .
HOM.
125.00.
1
For further information call on or address.
E J YOUNG, Sec. M'g'r.
Over 297 E Trade St. Charlotte, IC C.
m^msmmm'mmmm'mmmmmi
ONCE MOKE
? i apply for ihree bottles of Ozonized |
I Ox Marrow. I have told others what I
f a wonderful affect your remedy had in \
I MAKING THE HAIR GROW. My hair i
i was very short but since I have used the i
i original Ozonized Ox Marrow 1 can now 1
1 fix it any way I want to. *
Miss ANNA CHIN, Springfield, O. ?
I ,
I v;0!011^0^ ?x Marrow also makes curly or 1
i 5? J1 V *?aIr 8tr%bt, smooth, pliable and beau- =,
5 Mfnl. Prevents falling out and breaking off. 5
* Beware or Imitations. The genuine never dis- f
1 HEP?1** Wa?ranted harmless. Only 5) cents, i
i sold by dealersor send us $1.40for three 'cottles i
I express paid. Write your name and address ?
i t??1?1* 10 the Ozonized Ox Mtrrow Co., 76 j
?Wabash Aves**, Chicago, Illinois. j
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