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.,VOL~~~~~~~~~ XLI.INWER. .0 FIA.DEEB"R71M
WHE E THE METHODIST
P ACHERS ARE SEN1
ONLY 0 CHANGE IN NEWBER
The Shaking lp This Year Appear
to Have Bee . Pretty Thorough
Columbia, December 5.-The alp
pointments for 1907' were read inl th
South Carolina Conference this morn
ing as soon as the report of the con,
imittee in the Creighton case was dih
posed of. This is an anxious momen
in Conference. No preacher outsi<d
of the Bishop's cabinet knows whier
lie is to live and preach next yea
until the secretary of the cabine
'reads out the appointments in ope
onference. Each sits and listens fo
his name, thinking of his family n
one, of the friends he may have t
leave behind him and of the nei
'trials and new dificulties le ma
ave to encounter.
Never before in the memory of thi
idest mempber has he South Carolin
onfrenec been iheld in session as lat
s Wednesday morning, oie day mor
lian one week. Severil times th
ession has lasted until Tiuesda
ight, but not beforei has the bod
Ce held together this long. Thi
ishop had left Monday evening an
be presiding officer by appointilen
as that splendid man of God, th
ev. Mark L. Carlisle, D. D., who ha
r the last two years been statione
When the Creighton case was ou
the way Dr. John 0. Wilson move
at as soon as the appointments wer
nd the Conference adjourn, and Di
arlisle pit the motion, which *a
arried. The Rev. H. B: Brown
cretary of the Bishop's cabine
en read the appointments, whic
e given in full below.
Changes at Charleston.
The Rev. R. Herbert Jqnes is ser
Charleston as presiding elder, I
ace of Dr. .I W. Bays. 'Mr. Jone
ss been presiding elder of Andeiso
.Dr. Bays goes to Sumter as presie
g elder of Sumter distriet.
Main Street Church, Columbl;
ves Charleston a splendid man, t1i
v. Walter T. Herbert, wlio is sei
Trinity.' Charleston, in place c
e Rev. C. B. Smith, who is sent I
6shopville. The Rev. J. G. Beckwit
es to Bethel, Charleston,.inl plaCe 0
r. M. L. Carlisle. The Rev. G. I
;atson returns to Spring Stree
larleston, and the Rev. P. A. Mm
remains as ebaplain of the Chai
ton Port Society.
The Rev. J. S. Beasley, who 'h
en presiding elder of Columbia di:
et for four years, is sent to At
rson as presiding elder of Anderso
strict. The Rev. J. W. Daniel, 1
., who has been at Washingtc
tr.eet Church, Columbia, foir tw
bars, goes to the First Church, Sun
r. The Rev. R1. B. Tui'nipseed re
amns at Gr'eene Street, Columbia
d the Rev. J. T. Mcfarlan takes tlI
ace of the Rev. J. I. Spinks a
The Rev. WV. T. Duncan remains a
esiding elder of Cokesbury distrie
Gireenwood. The Rev. H. 1
rowne, wiho has been presiding eld<
Sumter district for four year
fles to Columbia as presiding eld<
the Columbia dlistr'ict. The Re
.P. Meadows remains presiding 1h
of Florence distr'ict; the Rev. E.
aylor ,remains presiding elder<
reeniville district; the Rev. E. (
Yatson remains priesidling elder<
farion distret; the R1ev. R1. E. Stael
onso remains presiding elder of Roc
* ill district, and the Rev. J. E. Ca
sle remains .pr'esiding elder of whn
as been called North Charleston (11
let, now called the Suminerville di
lret. The Rev. JT. W. Kilgo, who bi
en priesidhing elder of Spartanbut
istrict, goes to Orangeburg dist ri:
Es presiding elder and the Rev Marik
Darganii, who has been presiding eld<
f Orangeburg district, goes to Spa
anburg as presiding elder. There ai
no new presiding elders appointed.
The appointments in full followv:
J.S. Beasley, Presiding Elder.
Anderson, St. Johns,R. S. Truesdale,
West End, W. E. Wiggins; Orrville,
Or. E. Edwards; Antreville, supplied
by H-. W1. Shealy; Donalds, J. E. 1
Beard; Lowndesville, 0. M. Abney;
- McCormick, J. D1. Friday;- Mt. Car- (
m1el, J. W. Bailey; Pelzer, R. W. Bar, I
ber; Pendleton,'3. W. Henry; Starr,
SE. F. Scroggins; Seneca, C. L. Me
Cain; Townville, supplied by J. M.
Bryant; Walhalla, J. C. Yongue;
Westminst er, (. T. Harmon, Jr.;
- Williamston circuit, R. C. Boulware;
i, Willianiston and Belton, R. L. Hot
royd; G. T. Harnni, supernumerary.
R. Herbert Jones, Presiding Elder.
t Allendale, T. C. O'Dell; Appleton,
e J. T. Peeler; Beaufort and Port Roy
e al, A. B. Watson; Bethel City, J. R.
r Copeland; Black Swamp, J. B. Camp
t bell; Charleston; Bethel, J. G. Beck
k with; Trinity, W. I. Herbert; Spring
r Street, G. P. Watson; Cumberland, S.
,t T. Creech: Moun Pleasant, L. D. Gil
o lespie; Ehrhard. T. L. Belvin; H-ainp
ton, G. R. Shaffer; Hendersonville, H.
y B. Hardy; Rid-eland, Jno. Manning;
Round 0., S. D. Vaughan; Soak's, J.
l? R. Sojourner; South Hampton, W. T.
a Bedenbaugh; Walterboro, J. L. Dan
e iel ; Young's Island, supplied by WN.
j A. Vimberly: Charleston Port So
e ety, P1. A. Muirray, chaplain; student
y in -anderbilt University, P. C. Gar
e Cokesbury District.
w W. T. )unean. P rcsiding Elder.
t Abbeville, J. C. Roper; Butler, 0.
e L. Duranti Cokesbury, G. R. WT'hitak
s er: Greenwood, Main Street, M. B.
I Kelley; Greenwood and Abbeville
Mills, J. Ml. Lawson; Kinard's, D. 1'.
t Boyd; Newberry: Central, B. At.
d Grier: O'Neall Street and Mollohon,
a J. T. Miller: Newberry circuit, A. H.
Best; Ninety-fSix. I. T. Hodges;
s Parksville. R. R1. Deyle; Phoenix, J.
,, E. Strickland; ProFperity, H. W.
t, Whitaker: Princeton. J. L. Ray; Sa
hi luda, R. W. Humphiis; Verdery, E.
P. Green; Waterloo. V. E. Barr;
Whitmire, Foster Speer; Lander Col
t lege, Jno. A. Wilson. president; stud
ent. at Vinderbilt Nniversity, J. 1-.
H1. 13. Brownev, P1res,iding Elder.
Aiken, W. J. Synder; Batesburg,
A. J. Cauthen: Columbia: washinl
ton Street, P. F. Kilvo- Main Street,
A. N. Brunson; Greei Street, B. R.
Tu r-1 nipseed; Granby, J. T. MacFarlan;
rBrookland, suppliedl bY J. C. Holley;
EAdgewood, C. El. Peele; Edgefield,
1 Mfarvin Aild: Fairfield, J. 1. Spinks;
f Gilbert, J. K. Inabinet: Graniteville,
J. N. Wrighlt,: Johnston, J. W. Ariail;
Leesville, M. M. Brabhamni; Lexington,
A. S. Leslie; Lexington Fork, E. A.
WAyne; North Augusta, J. L. Stokes;
Redgeway, 0. N. Roundtree; Wage
ner, supplied by I. N. Stone; Warren:
ville,'supplied by D. R. Roof; Wate
ree, sulpplied by W. D. Patrick; Co
lumbia College, W. W. Daniel, prest
dent, S. H. Zimmerman. agent; Ep
worth Orphanage, WV. B. Whartoni,
superintendent:; Paine College, G. W.
0 Walker, president ; assista'nt-Sunday,
school editor, L. F. Boaty; Confer
ence missionary secretaries, P. F.
Kil go and H. B. Browne.
Li Florence Dist'rct.
WV. P. Meadows, Presiding Elder.
Bennettsville-M. WV. Hook; Benm
nettsville circuit, .\. T. Dunlap;
Brightsville, P. B. Ingraham ; Carters
vilule, su pplied by J. E. Taylor;
Cheraw, B. 0. Murphy; Cheraw cir
euit, supplied by F". S. Hook; Ches
'terfield, J1. J. Steplrsmnson ; Clyde, J1. D.
W ~eldon:; Darlinghm:) Trinity, P. BI.
WelIs ; Epworth and Lumher, supplied
by H. C'. Bethea ; Darling ton circuit;
J1. R. TP. Major; Florence, TI. E. Mom
ris; Hlartsville, B. J. (luess; Jeffecr
on,1 R. A. Rouse : Liaar, A. R. Phil
lI ips;u Liberty, D). UI. lEveret I; Marl
boro, J1. L. Mullinnix ; McColl Mills,
supplied by Hlamlin Etherid-.re; South
Florence, supplied hy W. C. Gleaton;
TIimmonsville, E. WV. Mason.
I Greenville District.
E. P. Taylor, PeiigEdr
S Clinton, WV. HI. Hodges; Easley, RI.
MI. DnuBose.; Fountain Tnn, 0. H.
n Waddcll; Gray Court, J. F. Ander
,a. son ; Greenville: Buncombe Street, WV.
,M. Duncan; St. Paul 's, WV. R. Vaugh
-eI an; Hampton Avenue, A. E. Driggers;
IWest Greenville and Monaghan, N.
0. Ballenger; one to bte sup)plied;
Samson and Poe, J. N. Isorn; Gr'een
,ille circuit, J. P. Attaway; Greer's,
3 B. Burns; Laurens: First Church, 2
. D. Crout; Laurenls circuit, supplied
iy A. A. Merritt; North Pickens,
lipplied by Samuel lcCartly; Pick
M1s, B. 1). Jones; Piednimont, S. T.
Ilackmuan; South Greer, J. G. Hug- I
-ins; Traveller's Rest, . F. Bryant;s
Vest Easley, J. R. Walker.
Marion District. t
E. 0. Watson, Presiding Elder.
Blenheim, W. S. Martip; Britton's i
Izeek, supplied by B. 0. Elks; I
3rownsville, W. M. Harden; Bucks
lille, G. P. Penny; Centenary, W. A.
3etts; Conway, G. C. Leonard; Con
%ay circuit, J. C. Davis; Clio, F. H.
"huler; Dillon, W. C. Kirkland; J. A.
,ampbell, supernumerary; Dillon 4
ills, supplied by J. M. Gasque; Gal
ivant's, supplied by W. C. Kelly;
latta, J. W. Speake; Latta circuit, I
V. B. Baker; Little Rock, E. K.
foore; Loris, T. W. Godbold; Ma-rion,
UI. L. Carlisle; Marion circuit, sup- ]
)lied by J. H. Brown; Mullins, W. L.
Vaite; Mullins's circuit, Dove Tillerj
Zorthl MUlllins, J1. E'. RushIton; Wvacea
naw. Allen McFarlane: student in
aiderbuilt University, J. I. Graves;
?onferenc secretary of education, W.
J. V. Kilgo. Presiding Elder.
Bamberg Station and Mills-Peter
S4tokes, one to he supplied by J. C.
Thonas: Branchville, E. H1. Beckham;
Barnwell, R. A. Younge; Cameron. A.
D. Walker; Denmark, J. 13. Traywick;
E,disto, L. E. Wiggins; Ellorce, J. W.
Neeley; Fort Motte, F. E. Hodges;
Langley, C. M. Peeler; Norway, J. A.
Graham; Orangebrug, St. Paul's, L.
P. McGee; Orangeburg Mills, suppli
md by N. F. Jackson; Orangebnrg cir
euit, G. V. Davis; Orange, M. 1'.
Dukes; Rowesville. W. C. Owens;
Springfield, J. L. Tyler; M. M. Fer
g-uson, siperinumerary ; St. Matthew's,
J. H. Thacker; Swansea, W. L. Gault.
Rock Hill District.
R. E. Staekloiise, P1residinm Elder.
Blackstock, H. L. Singleton; Chem
ter, M. L. Banks; Chester circuit, A.
E. Holler; East Chester, supplied by
S. W. Jones; East Lancaster, E. M.
MeKissick; Fort Mill, W. M. Owens:
Hlickory Grove, J. C. Counts; Lancas
ter, l. E. Tuirnipsee: Lancaster cir
ellit, W. C. Wiinl: LaInaster. 1nd.
Chester Mtills, supplied by C. 1. Car
ter; North Rowk Hill. W. A. Beckhiam:
Richiurg, W. A. Fairey; Hock Hill,
St. John's, W. B. Dl1uncan ; Laurel
Street, W. 1). Gibson; Manchester.
supplied by E. Myers: Rock Hill cir
elnit, W. i. Arial; Van Wyck, R. E.
Sharp; Win nshoro, Henry Stokes:
Yorkville, H1. J. Cauthen; S. A. Web
eN, supernunerary; York circuit, sulp
plied by E. K. Uarden.
Mlarion Darganl, Presiding El der.
Belmont, W. W. Williams; ilacks
burg, C. C. Derrick; Buffalo and
Bethel, J. W. Elkins; Clifton anld
Cowpens, J. L. Harley; Campobello,
E. Z. James; Cherokee, B. M. Robert-I
son; Enoree, J7. C. Chandler; Gaff
ney, Beauifort Street, S. B. Harper;
Limestone Street, J. B. Wilson; Gaff
noey circuit, T. 13. Owen ; ,Jonesville,
D. E. Camack ; Kelton, supplied by .
G. Farr; Pacolet, T. F. Gibson; Reid
ville, T. J7. White ; Santuc, supplied:
by R. A. Broek ; Spart anburg, Cen
tral, WV. A. Massab)eau, WV. S. Stokes, i
supernumerary ; Bethel and1 Glendale,
D). W. Keller; Duncan and Saxon, J.
T. Fowler; City Mission, J. WV. Shell;
IUnion, Grace, D. M. McLeod; Green
Street, WV. D. Justus; Wofford Col
lege, R. A. Child, financial agvent:
Southern Christian Advocate, S A
Net tles, editor.
,J. l'. Carulisle, P'residling Eler.
Cordes, .J. A. Whit: c (ordesville,
suppijlied by J7. N. Knowles; Cypres.
supplied hr WV. T. P atr iek: D orlees
enn T. r(. 1Herbert : West End(, WV. 1P.
Way ; 0 ree(leyville, R.~ W.I Spigener:~
flroves, S. C. Mtorris, Hlardleyville, .
P. Inabinet ; Harper, W. HI. Thurower';
Johnsonville, T. J7. Clyde; Kinugstruee
station, J. E. Mahaffey; bake City'
<tation, S. J7. Bethea; McClellanville,
L. E. Peeler; Pinopolis, C. WV. B
w. .; Providence, E. A. Wilkes, J7. F.
Way, Bupernumerary; Ridgeville, H.
C. Mouzon; Rome, WV. S. Goodwin;
Balter's, supplied by. J7. 0. Carroway;
Sampit, supplied by J1. E. Carter; St.1
Anorge. J. M. Stendman: Scrntnm,.
V. S. Henry; Sunmerville, 11. R. V
Sumter District. . IV
II. WV. Bays, Presiding- Elder.
liethel, T. W. Munnerlyn; Bishop
-ille, C. B. Smith; Camden, C. C.
ferb ert; Heath spring-S, E0. P. Hu10
on;, Jordan, S. H. Booth; Kershaw,
L. 0. Jeffeoat; Lynchburg, S. 0. Can
ey; Manning, D. Arthur Philips; New
Pion. L. L. Bedenbaugh; Oswego, Dav- e
d Hucks; Pinewood,- J. H. Nolan; e
rIIvi(lence 1). A. Lewis; Richland, tj
'. S. Felder; Santee, E. S. Jones; St. e
Uhn and Rembert, L. L. Inabinet; t
umiter, First Church, J. W. Daniel;
4agnolia Street, S. B. Bailey. Trans
erred to Western North Carolina f
oiference, J. A. Peeler.
ALONG WITH MOORE. (
Failure of Moore Make Confession
Proved Disappointment-End of
Valdfsta, Ga., Dee. 4.-With the
leclaration of tie innocence of lils
'ons, .1. G. Rawlinmgs todlay stepped on
lhe svaffold and paid the penalty of
[lie crime of which lie was found
xiii tv aiid whvi ci deisioii ias )een ar -
Pirmed in higher courts five time-.
With him. Alf Moore, the negro,
whose confession furnished the eon
viiting evidenee, was hanged. Both
fell throug-li the drop at 10.55 a. im.,
and life was pronounced extinct 12
The expectation that the negro
would make a final confession, exon
erating Milton, Jesse and Leonard
Rawlings from participation in the
murder of Willie and Carrie Carter,
July 13, 1905, proved a disappoint
He reiterated his previous state
ment and declared that Milton fired
the fatal shots.
The Georgia prison comnission will
meet Thursday to consi(ler the pett
tion for commutation of sentence for
Milton and Jesse. Leonard has been
sentenced to life imprisonment on the
reCommendation of elvilieey by the
HEYWARD COUNTY DEFEATED.
It F.ailed to Secure a Two-Thirds
Vote in Aiken-The Campaign
Has Been Hard Fought.
After a hard fought campaign the
proposition to establish the county of
Heyward from sections of Aiken and
Edgefield counties was defeated Tiies
lay, the new colunty advocates fail
ing t osecure the necessary two-thirds
vote in Aiken County.
Since the election was ordered
meetings have been held inl the new
county territory, at which slpeakers
a(diressed tle voters for an(l aga ilst
the movement. Diuring the campaign
the new~ county people attacked the
[Ion. D. S. Henderson for his opposi
lioniI to thle new county, almost center
ing the fight upon him. The 01(d
rounty people wer'e willing to have
Mrt. Henderson drawn into the fight,
believing his great personial popular
ity would have consi der'able iniflunce
Cor the old county, and the result ap
pears to sustain their belief.
It was necessary for the now couni
ly to secure a vote of two to one, buLt
they missed it by a good margin. The
total vote follows:
North Augusta: Yes 150, no 18.
IIammond: Yes 84, no 7. Ellenton:
Yes 20, no 24. T1alatha: Yes 13, no
13. Sunnly Side: Yes 10, no 47. Ril
ver'ton : Yes 17, no 10.
Our old1 frieiids. Muitrphy~ aind Mim
dihy are au'ain headled Ibijs wayv and l
w'ill b e withi us I )ecembler 1 thI. Whlen
t hey promise ai brmand neCw ('Icmed of
[lie (listinctlyr Murphy anid Murphy
been1 r'ecognliz.ed for a good many
v~ear s as leader's of thIiis sty~le oif come
ly and( are always welcome. Thley
irOea carig a good sized company
his year. 'The niew~ piece is ns full
>f humor anid good wholesonte fuin as
shad is of bones, and1 local adlmirers
>f this popular tecam enn confidentlyI
ook f~orward to an evenling (if genni
me merriment. Theiy promise many 1
lew things this season in the way of
nnaica1 numbersannd specinlties.
FILL MEET NEXT AT GAFFNEY. 'T4
[ethodist Conference Votes To Con- T(
vene There Next Year-Temper
ance Committee Asks, in its
Report, why the Loquor
Traffic Should not
Blotted Out. se
Columbia, December 1.-The ven
rable Rev. William C. Power, D. D., V
naducted the devotional exercises at w
ic opening of the Methodist. Confer- s
nce this morning. The first business o
fken up was the selection of the n
lace of meeting for next year. Two s
laces asked to entertain the Con- al
erence, Laurens and Gaffney. The
!onference accepted the Gaffney in- s
itation. The Conference has never,
iet in this town and the fact that the
ext session will go there is an evi- )
ence of the town's rapid growth, for
. has never before felt equal to the
The report of the committee O1in
'onference relations was made. The .
ims of the ininlisters place don he
u1pernmneraenry and( sulpertannu11ated
sis hav,e already bei given in The
Zews and(I Courier,
Mr. W. IT. Wallace, of Newherry,
ead lihe report of the conimmitte ( ot
eniperance. The following extraci
rom that report will give an idea or
ts nature: ''The Church has spoken U
n1 no uncertain tones on this subject.
'here is no middle ground. There is
lo place for consistency. Others may
rgue as to the best method of con
rolling the liquor traffle. With us It
s not a (uestion of control, but of
!omplete prohibition. If it be true,
is some assert, that as long as there
s liquor men will get it and driink it, f
it least let us not help men to get.
.t, or encourage them to drink it.
lather let us use every possible effort
o remove tihe temptation from them,
vhiether tlat temptlation is offered by
le State or by individuals. There
s no moral difference between the
sale of liquor by the State and the
;ale of one citizen to another, but the
mflleial sanetion given to liquor deal
ill by tle State is moIre potent for
'vil inl perverting." tile moral sense of
hev people and in lowering 1 te moral
tandardI. We desire to give ou
Ieardy edor ( I IeIt t to every effort
Wmaking or may be made for rid
lhin- the State of' the nefarious traf
ie in every from.
Dr. Thomas Law, of file American
lible Society, spoke to the Conference
ii the interest of that Society.
The name of the Rev. George 1-1. 1
'_ooser was referred to the committee
m Coniference relations for superan..
mation. Mr. Pooser is one of the old
st ministers in the Conference and N
mlls dlone many year Is' hard work. a
Petition to the Legislature.
The Rev. A. 11. Best introduced a
'S011tioln regnllesting tle legislature
o pass a lIaw making it a mnisolem, -
-an1or I 05(l1 cigarectte s or cigarette
miper in South Carolina. The resolu- ~
ion was adopted unanimously. C
The Rlevs. R. E. Sharpe, C. C. D)er
'iek, L. D). Oillespie having st(ood ap
)ro)vedl examinat ions, were admit ted
iuto full connection in the Confer
mec. Theiy have been elected deaconsb
mdi the bishop wiill ordaiin them tomor
'ow. Thie usual (juestions were asked
hem, as diirected b)y the Book of Dis
ililne, and1( in the course of asking
he(se Oiuest ions IBishiop Wilsoni deliver
d( a stirong lectuire. He decclar'ed thata
lie most implhortan it thing to be 'onisid' hi
ried by precacher's was pei'sonal ex,
>erience. Theiy should give olue ('0n
iderat ion to inite(lleetnl perfect ion,
mi morei('li hani ~i everythlingi' el se they
hould have'CUl 'n lxpien'ice of thle
onfastidfins t hese days and arec
tr'ea chi ng. tru'ithi ofher iihan thle Giospe'l.
\K, are inc(lined'( to' place everythiung a
m ain intllee tna( mil baiisW. This is not
v'hat thle world w'ants. It wiants the A
ipile (Gosp el pr'eae'd bys onie wvho C
inls ain e'xperimeintal kno(wledge (if hIs b
The Con ference authorized the tr'u
ces of' thle Columbia College to ex
'ha nge stme lots withI thle Nor'thi o
nmubia Land 'Company, in ordei' that
lie streets in that neighborhood might t
ie straightened. The College receiveui
nor'e land1 thian it loses by the trans i
) PURGE ARMY OF NEGROES.
Ixas Congressman Introduces Bill
Providing for the Discharge of all
Washington, December 4.-Repres
litative Slayden, of Texas, to-day
troduced a bill which li-provides that
an or before the 30th day of June,
07, all enlisted mien of the army,
ho are negroes, or of negro descent,
all be discharged fronm the service
the United Sta(es, and thereafter
i negro, or personl of nlegrot descent,
ill be enlisted 01 appoillted in the
my of (le United States.''
In explaining his bill Mr. Slayden
"The bill speaks for itself. It wat
>t introduced for buincombe. My
irpose is to give the Congress of the
nited States an opportunity to purge
ie army of an admittedly dangerous
ement. To say that the negroes are
'aVe is not. an argument against this
easuire. Miay menii have been brave;
facet most mlenl are inl thle mat111er of
ghting. Tle Connehe and Sioux
idialis were as brave as mni emi be.
it no one would seriously suggest
at we IlitimatINely recruit regilents
ol tiem, pi t guls ill illieir IIds
I'l station them nIeari colpalies of
hite troopls, tilward whoml thley ('nter
illi illliertii rave Ilost ilit . TIhe 25tl
Ifanitry is mlanlifestly imlbuled with
I(e same riave hostility and events
live showm it to he (jlite as danger
is ats the Sioux to( Con hie would
Presideiit Roosevelt inade it appar
nit to his Senatorial eallers to-day
Ia( lie is anxiouis for speedy action
it a Congressional resolution calling
Mr informiation regarding ie dis
liarge of negro soldiers of the 25th
ifaintry Cr participation in the riot
I. Brownsville. As soon as a resoln
ion is passed, lie told themll, he will
end the iiformation to the Seniiatc.
:i he' (he INiiPose or lit I"oraker mres
lution, initrodueed ini the Senate yes
mrday, will be acceptable to him.
The Bee Hive.
The lee Ilive will inangIurate a
wciall s.lte next u'lesdaY. They will
e closed( on Molday, making ari'ange
ielnts preparator.*y to) Ihe sale, an<d
len thy peln thlr doors on Tue4
ay morming the purcihisvi' may filn,t
argains that hie hIs Iever leard of
i Newherry bef(pre.
The proprietor desires fo I-vi r ice Iis
toiek ats ime aIs possible rather thanl
ave tle 11ouible (f movil it to hits
ew qIuarters oii the first of' January.
The Ladies Aid Society, Heady
Torker.s aind AV'tiVk- Jtuiios)' Will servO
hot sIIIper toniiglit. in tle vacant
ore r.oi u(nderi' (lie 11otel Fredepriek.
They w\ill also sell fancy article.t
f every description aiid the following
ilu will be served:
Oystei's, turkey, ham, salad, roast
ig, 'possum mlacaro'tni, rice, ci'eaim,
ike antd coffee.
A Kitchen Pincushion.
A ten strmainei' f'oirmed the founda
on foi' it-just, one of' the p)lini,
rdimnary onies of f'inely woven wiires,
uit p)olishied and shining as though
atde oif some mueh finer metal. It
as lined with Iithle softest of. silk and
uffed withi a tiny bag (of bran,
hich in its turn, was neatly tucketd
way iuider' a c'over'let of silk. A bit
f i'rioii made a small bow on t,
andlIe, and a It lie same time fur'nish
:la loop to hmang it tip by. Then the
-ire pairt was thIickly se'ededi withi
ins and fte novel enshion l)ut in
They Don't Speak Now.
Miss Mumgley- -lid Mi'. K(nox seem
Iirpriised to hiear that I was engaged 7
I iss Cuf t ing-Ohi,a lit tle bit. Miss
fuigIey--DI)idi lit ask when if ha ppenl
<1 M[iss (tlt ing--No, not ' ' whein,"
uit ''ho lonOl(I earth1.' '-Lon0idon E'x
i~Mr. Widoweir (ITntrioducing the see
ndi Mirs. W~.)-Comei11, children, and
iss yoiur new mamma.
Elise-My giraciousl if you took
er' for 'nw thecy stuck you, pa.