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BY WHE HAINYONGH PSHW HODS
IBY ADFER AMAE AND FOTUE.3P..
E E O EVGOE VHIl8
L INC TdBNQENAIL ON TVER SAOW CLIOUND. UNR
DECTRPETET PARADE M .3 .~
soyowtsay afe oniso our Trpl Mare he ato b oun4ot
E. B. WESLEY DEAD.
Blue Ridge Bonds-A MilMonaire
Who Never Smoked, Drank or
Attended a Theatrical Per
E. B. Wesley, who died in New
York, Wednesday, is well known in
this state because of his persistent
efforts to force the recognition and
payient of the Blue Hidge bonds, of
which he held a very lar-e amount.
These were issued in Uadical times,
but were repdtiiate( aftir white peo
pIe re.ainetd control of afairs.
Ninerous suits and various techni
eal actions have Ieen taken to force
the issue and the bonds have been
iefore state an id federal courts in'
m1an11y piiases. but Is yet the state has
won in every inistance. The court of
last resort haIs IIt be(.eI I'letched, but
it is not kniown whether his heirs will
eontintue thee f6,11 too enforee pay
Iiment or not.
Mr. Weslev was known in Wall
street az the"''1oblest American Spee-'
The New York American says of
Edlwar(l B. Wesley, reoard(ed as the
(1ldest of Amenvricanl speculators, diet
yestenlaY at his coiulitry mansion at
INl'ot" hestr nil the suIIIIId. of heart
d*iso H. Ie leaves al estate valued
1t h "Ilt $3,00,000.
Alhost Ilp to tile d1y 41 his death
I hll loilked aftel r his bisinless ar
1air 1, Iual e l.ldily. tripls to M a -
It1tal. ast week le atie(ded a
1nin 0f 11,4 director , fthle Unlit'm
f i e ''i i -. .\ I 1h. 'ii. of his
dbI1 I ll- w;I- in i) ;inet y-seVIIt It
M r. W es lvv 7u- 1.- d Ilhis - bu iness C:I.
r11 elin h *AI I n- In-erI whe I a1 'h1 oy to
a crowd l, pIsns II h 11 gatherell
at his biit1hlae a1 Luster, Mass., to
sel.fiineral Laf aett pass by. lIe
inad. $2. and with t1his mionev lie
walked to N-w Voirk anl hmilel there
in 1825. . i
At a alar' of $8 a week lie began lit
"'eenhtiti n ill fish -1, :n ' romii that
he- hnamehled dff inl . (lte financeial
ll . I f,~i~i is l ii i tilit'edISI
warbll. I l iiiie ine.ilziiii am nhs asso
iaes inl t radin. in tes ('omnmtodore
\'alderhmilt. lissell Sage and Jay
( :.1ubl. ie oltei said that he laid the
1*1IIIuIIltion of his success to) tile flct
hal It he had never sioked. chewed or
dran1k il In is lile. and he said lie hail
tiever ieen il a theatre. His fortunie
will be inherited by his only daughter,
Mrs. Ida Breek, otf Mount Vertnoni.
A Tribute to The Dog. st
Savaiiiah News. ot
lin this latest novel. ''Jane Cable.'
tieorge Batrr1 Cutcleoni says or mne
or his characters: " As hard as Ilails
anid ats treavlcerins as a dI"., lie was
alred alike bl v Itiall (11 4 I IM .P
11ade said s4orn cer tain dI,e was as
" trea'2cher'uts as a ruan''2 hi- w..nhI
have' giveni tie dog a very hadl iiamee
lindeed, and1( we eiini ll ave tiililerstiod
hat the lbeast ranked even ler in
the scale than the pa'iahi. it whencr
lie reverses thle teiiia iid sayvs lhe ina
wads t reachierous ais a dui) we b
jet 21tii say t hat NI r. NAl(eCitt<-eri
doiesn' t kniow dlogs. A cat is in-h
i'rous, but a doi never. for~ ihere 'an,i tI
noi lhe tieachecrous wjihom lyinZ and T1
the dhoi is tnever a li ar. l.'ei ra v be
fool, hut he is truitht'uil. Suenct me,
lie will hark up the wr'ne tree. hiat N
that is an1 err'ior of jiulmnnt aid . aa
del ibera te intenti to dIeeive. 11.e ~ct
tihe wr'ong scen'it atnd follows it, anid r
leads his master astriay. but the lr
is of the head and1 not the hearti.
nlesses, but lyinz is not one othem '
and treaceriy is as far fri4m hi n
turie as the antipodes. He ina be~ i
vicius, a thieft, lazy. ill-tempuiered anid
thiioroughly despicable; he mayt' be
tfrisky, a ffectionate, dependable'and u
teniacious of purpose; he may be ti
brave or a coward, intelligent or d1.t,
noisy or quiet, but he niever tries to
fool anybody about any of it. Hie
talks with his tail as well as his"
miouth, and in a language that anyv
per'sonl who knows dogs at all can
Much that has been written about
the eternal constancy and love o)f a
d (og is tommyrot. It doesn 't take a
dog a great while to transfer his af-t
f'eetions from an old master to a new
one, and no dog ever dlies of a brok- U
en heart outside of fiction. But so
long as a dog remains in close asso
eiation with a master he is faithful
to him under all circumstances and
never tries to lie to him. It is mere
ly to be wished that the man never
Ilied to the dog and that the master,
were as uniformly truthful as their
four-footed friends. A 'dog may turn
upon his master, but it is always un- .
der provocation and not by stealth o,'
treachery. A dog doesn't smile (with '
this tail) and then bite. He doesn'ta
hold out one hand in welcome while
he conceals a knife behind his back b
jwith the other. Hie doesn't cultivate
tatfriendshiv' with the purps in
- mont tobac
takes a sma
s --and that's
lating and s
be "just as I
A. has made S(
~4: - Itois made
They are the
- world and ar
- ~ chewing tobac
- -- imitations.
w of betraying it. IIe is brutally
.uk in his declarations of inlten
Ms, of likes and dislikes, anid in
riablya openly in his per
na1 appearalle anl index of Cliarne
. Traitor? No.
Cold Blooded Opinion.
"NWlen a manl loses his money,"
uarked tlie cynie, "lhe finds out
o his friends are."
"'Yes," a iswered Mr. Dustin
ax, "it is a wise compensation.
hen a man loses his fortune lie
ves the time he used to spend slink
g hands and listening to hard luck
mries and gets a chance to make an
Willie-Utiele Jack, did von choke
i that eake batter ma male yester
Piti Ol4d Unlle-Good heavens, 110,
ild! What put sueh an extraordit
try idea inito ,your headl I Willie-.
~hy. 1 heard pa tell man he miade you
mii'h up thle dlongh.-Balt imore
F'Iixin. the Rate and presctribinig
c Time for thle Payment of Townu
ixes for the fiscal year 1906.
BEl IT (.)llAINEDl by the Mayor
id hleAlermien of the Town ot
Lewherryv. s. C.*, 'council assembled
dv by authority thme same:
'That tor the purpos~e of raising a
vetule and in the exercise of the
xingZ powVer of said Town. the foi
wire~ taxes are hieeb levied for the
c~al year eningju Diecember 31stb
016, upon all real and personal pro
'rty withini the corporate limits of
idi Town texcept such as is exempt
omfl t..axation under the Constitution
id laws of this state) upon the val
ition thereof as assessed for taxa
I)n for the county and state purposes
Section 1. That a tax of Sixty cents
i .ach one hundred dollars worth
real andi personal property within
Le corporate limits of the Town of
ewberry, in the State of South Car
ina (Except such as is exempt from
Lxation under the constitution and
*ws of this State) is hereby levie.d
>r the purpose of raising a revenue
>leefray the ordinary expense of
uid Town for the fiscal year ending
ecember 31st, 1906.
Section HI. That a tax of threes.
murths of a mill on each dollar's
orth of real and personal property
ithin the corporate limits of the
own of Newberry (except such as i
tempt from taxation under the Con
itution and laws of this state) is
ereby levied for the purpose of rais
ig a revenue to defray the bonded
udebtedness of said Town for the
Section Ifl. That a tax of two and
half mills on each dollar's worth of
hal and personal property within the
rporate limits of the Town of New
erry (except such as is exempt from
ixation nder the Cntiutin- :.a
ondness for chewing tobaccc
by the tobacco produced in
co belt. Only choice select
ioroughly cured leaf are -t
S. That's why SCHNAPF
ler amount of sweetening tha
why SCHNAPPS has a w
atisfying effect on chewers.
-e many imitations of SCHNA
Yood," but without the flavor
,HNAPPS sales more than all
in the Reynolds factories, famous fo
ccos, by clean, sanitary processe
1875, of men who have made the b
largest and best equipped flat p]
situated in the very center of t
never che-Ved SCHNAPPS, now
l. the cleanest, 3most healthful, sti
e formii in which tobaccn can be us
NJLAD TOBACCU CO., Wistoll
Iavs of this state) is hereby leived
for the purpose of raising a revenue
to pay the interest on and create a
sinkilng fund for the bonded indebted.
ness of said TowNi for the water
works and electric lights plant.
Seetion IV. That a tax of one mill
on each dollar's worth of real an(d
personal prOpertY within the corpor
ate limits of the Town of Newberry
(except such as is exempt from taxa.
tion under the constitution and lawc
of this state) is hereby levied for the
purpose of raising a revenue to pay
the interest on the bonded indebted.
ness of said Town for the sewerage
Section V. That all taxes hereir
imposed or levied shall be paid tc
the said Town in lawful money o1
the United States, between the fif.
teenth day of October, 1906, and fif
teenth day of November, 1906, and a
penalty of ten per cent is hereby
imposed upon, and shnll be added to
all taxes in arrears.
Sect ion VI. Thla t execntion issue
according to law for the collection of
all taxes, fines, or penalties p)ast dlue
and unpaidi for l'i fteen (lays, and cost
of said execution.
D)one and ratified under the cor
pate seal of' the Town of Newberry,
in the State of South Carolina. thhi
lhe third day of October A. 1). 1906.
A t test : A. T. Brown,
Eng. S. Werts, 31avor.
Clerk and Treas.
The tax books for Newberry county
will be open for collect ion of taxes
foar fiscal yeari commencing January'
1st. 1906, the 15th (lay of October,
1906. and will remain open without
penalty until the 31st day ot D)ecem
ber. 1906. Upon all taxes paid after
the 31st day of December, 1906, and
before the 1st day of February, 1907,
a penalty of one per cent will be ad
ded; upon all taxes paid during the
month atf Feb., 1907, a penalty of one
the tfifteenth day of March, 1907, in
elusiv" a'' lEhUteaf penalty of five
per cent will be added.
The following is the levy:
For State purposes ......5 mills,
For ordinary county purposes 3 1-2
For constitutional school purposes
For cour.t house... .. .. 1-2 mili,
For Dispensary .... ..1-2 mill
For back indebtedness . . 1-2 mill,
Total.-.--.-...... ..13 mills.
Except in the following localities,
where an additional railroad tax has
been levied viz:
Township No. 1.. .. .....2 mIlla
Township No. 8.. ....2 1-2 mills.
Township No. 9.. .... ..3 mill
And except in the following schvu
districts where special suchool tax has
been levied, namely: .
Newberry school district No. 1. 3
Chappejis sehool district le 39
Is created and
the famous Pled- -
ions of this well -
ised in making
'S requires and A
n any other kind
LPPS c-Aming to
or quality that
similar tobaccos. V
r producing the best A
9, under the same
usiness a life study. 1
ug factories in the
ie world's greatest
is the time to get
mulating, satisfying -
ad. Do not accept
Salem, N. C.
Big Creek school district No 20.
Utopia school district No. 10. 2
Whitmire school district No. 52. 4
Prosperity school district No 14.
4 1-4 mills.
Little Mountain school district No.
30. 3 mills.
Excelsior school district No. 35. 2
Zion school district No. 56. 2 mills.
Pomaria school district No. 26 1-2
A poll tax of $1.00 has been levid
on all male citizens between the ages
of 21 and 60 years, except those ex
empt by law.
A tax of 50 cents each levied on all
Persons liable to road duty may
pay a commutation tax of $3.00 from
the 15th day of March, 1907.
the 15,h: day of march, 1907.
All tax payers remember all pro-.
perty has beeni listed separately and
p)lease see that you have the receipt
fo each piece of property so listed.
John L. Epps,
that will last a life time is what you
want. Our Ok gans have a pure tone
and lovely cases We can supply
you with an Organ that will please In
every particular for only $65 and $70
delhvered. Write us for our special
terms of payment, and for illustrations
of the beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beaUt
tiful and good new Uprights from $185
up on easy terms.
Malone's Music House,
ca.UMBIA, s. c.
the contract for
your new build
ing see W. T. Liv
ingston. B e st
Lock Box No. 59.,