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TEjMAN A'. COLUMBIA.
:Y s ti Legislators on Immigration
and Race Question.
News and Courier.
Columbia. January 23.--Senator
;Tillman addressed the G>neral As
semlbly tonighit. rn"> :.-t n
ilts Relation to the 1:6 - .6 W lU.
His speech was listened to with
marked atte-aion by the large an
xlien.ea present and was highly com
mended .by the large ma.pority.
The members of the senate and
house were very nearly all present,
and in additon the lobbies and ,wal
deries were well filled, many ladies
being present. Lieutenant Governor
0icLeod presided and introduced
Serator Tillnan reviewed the
even: reconstruction and told
how" the . 'ke had been thrown off
:by the w!iite people. le dieciared
that the present. franchise laws are
mrely temporary in view of the fact
that the negroes are . .cominig edu
-eated and able to conuply with the
suffrage qualifications. At the same
time they are increasing in numbers
more rapidly than the whites.
There are two ren'edies he suggested.
First, we must have an inerease in
white population. ie pointed out
.how the state had been populated
by foreign peoples at different sta
iges of its history and declared that
nwe must seek thorugh wise means
mnore white settlers. people of kin
;dred ideas, who will become owners
,and renters of land, n'ot iborers.
He said that we need not expect to
complete with other more favored
sections on equal terms.
In order to make this state more
attraetive he advoeated the drain
agt of coast la.nds by national gov
;ernment on the same plan the irri
gatiory work is being carried on in
His second remedy is the repeal
of the fifteenth amendment. He told
how his speeches on this question
ihad been- received in the north and
.west, and declared that he believed
,the people of those sections will
listen to the demand of the south
that the amendment be repealed.
'His argum'ent on this line was well
reasoned and logical, and nowhere
in his aMress wias there any bitter
,ness or vituperation. iAt times the
senator rose to heights of eloquence
and espceially when he Jec1ared his
,aove for South Carolina, the state
whieh had showered honors upon
The fact that there is now being
started a determined figiht to stop
ithe work done the last few years
ito induce immigration to South
Carolina 'by abolishing the immigra
.tion bureau lends particular appro
priateness to the senator's addres.
He did no refer to this matter at
all, and may not haave been informed
on the situation, but there is eer
tainly no reason to doubt where he
stands on the imimigration issue.
'CUBAN CIGAR MAKERS..
While They Work Novels and News
papers are Read to Them.
A Culbana cigar factory of the best
eiass is byv no means a stupid place
to work. Not onily does every cigar
maker have plenity of light and air,
ta leather covered chair to sit on an
other privilege of keeping on his hot
'while he works ;but he is entertained
meanwhile with novels and newspa
'psrs, song and discussion.
The factory reader sits at the rear
of t!he workroom, enth.roned upon an
elevated stand. 'He is paid from the
private funds oaf the eigar makers
the cost to each m'an ranging from
10 to 15 cents a week.
This covers 'the cost of the books,
novels and newspapers, as well as a
salary of $3~9 which is paid the pres
ident of the readling commiittee to
make up for the time he is suppos
ed to lose fromi his work while en
gapi?1 in c.mnting votes or mak'r.
thre weekly e->' 'eetion.
-Accordh>z ia the (Othe Review and
-Bulletin threse readers earn from $40
to .G" a wk reaT.ino for a perio)d
of thm ->r four hours a day. As a
rule ':'i Ysotory^ has t wo readers
rand newspapers are taken up in the
morning and books or novels in
the af ''n>.:
The selection of the book or novel
to be read is an interesting feature.
I t takes the character of a political
election, each man voting for the book
he wants. The president of the read
inp- re,~mittee counts the votes a'nd
arnamp.eces the winnl.Og book. whicrh
its turn to he read.
The ei2'ar make'r is a ver nde
pendina- workman. He has in' fixed
hours, but can go and conme as lie
pleases. If 'he remains away no1
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mot.ovr h orayofwic te 'lav ' of p aity d'n." Bu,'si
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Seven Years of Proof.
Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 8th
Ave., San Francisco, recommends a
remedv for stomach trouble. She
says: "Gratitude for the wonderful
effect of Electric Bitters in a case of
acute indigestion, prompts this testi
monial. I am fully convinced that
for stomach and liver troubles Elec
trict Bitters is tle best remedy on
the market today." This great tonic
and alterative medicine invigorates
the system, purifies the blood and i3
especially helpful in all forms of fe
male weakness. 50c. at W. E. Pel
ham and Son's drug store.
Watched Fifteen Years.
"For fifteen years I have watch
ed the working of Bucklen 's Arnica
Salve! and it has never failed to cure
any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which
it was applied. It has saved us many
a doctor bill,'' says A. F. Hardy, of
East Wilton, Maine. 25e. at W. E.
Pelham and Son's drug store.
HAVB JUST GOTTEN IN a pretty
line of Glass Ware, cheap, at 5 and
-Broaddus & Ruff.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN~A,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WHEREAS , B. B. Boland and R.
T. Bola'nd made suit to me, to grant
them letters of administration of the
estate of and effect's of Carrie E.
*THESE ARE THIERFORE to cite
and adponish all and singula~r thre
kindred and creditors of the said
Carrie E. Boland deceased, that they
be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
berry on the 29th day of January
next after publication thereof, at I1
o'clock in the forenoon, to show
eause, if any they have, why the said
administration should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 18th
day of January, Anno Dlomini, 1908.
F. M. Schuampert.
. J. P. N.C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Esquire,
WIEIEREAS, Hosea M. Barger
made suit to me, to grant letters
of administration of the es'tate of a.nd
effects of Josephi Wood.
THtESE ARE THEREFORE to cite
and admonish ?11 and singular the
kindred and creditors of the said
Joseph Wood deceased, that threy be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to he held at Newberry
on 4th Februa,ry next after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said administration
should not be granted.
GIVEN under my hand, this 20th
day of January, Anno Domini, 1908.
F. M. Schumpert,
J. P.N. C.
Assessment of Persona.l Property
T. or an ambo(rized azrant. will be at
the following named places for the
pupse of tak:ing retUr of perso::
al property for 1908:
.\t Newberry Jan. 1st to 19.
At hiannpe J.T 20.
)LD TIME FISH GUAI
idard of the South.
i every ton of Farmers' Bone. Pro
aixed, insuring bigger yields with less ac
that this trade mark is on i
S. Royster Gua
REPORT TO THE STATE
OF THE CONDI1
The Bank of Prosperity,
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
Loans and Discounts . $146,2 ro c 'api
Overdrafts........... 2,936 (9 su
Building and Fixires 4,000 co
Cash on haud , in Ba::ks 16.250 27
DR. GEO Y UNTER, DR. J. -.
SOur triends to know the
1 to our stock a ni
Tenney's Cream Cakr r
late Almnonds, Korn N
nuts, Chocolate Cream
Chocolate, Peanut Br
lows, Zettes, also M acki
A nice line of 5c. and
For, anything in Sta
Herald and Ne
At Longshore Jan. 21. Al
At Walton Jan. 22.
At Glympbvil>. Jau 23.
At Maybinlton Jan ?4
At WhKrmire Jani. 25. caus'
At Pome-t'a Jan. 27. :Nc
At Little Mountain Jan. 28. * swor:
At 0O'Nea11s Jan. 29. Iauth<
At. St. Lukes Jan. 30. P
At Jolly Street Jan. 31. one
At Prorsperity FeFby. 3 and 4. state
And at Newberry until February thxeir
0th, after whic~h time the 50 per cent Farmx
penalty will be added according to for i
The law requires a tax on all notes, Re:
m-rtgagas and moneys aieo an income year,
a on gross incomes of $'2500.00 and turn
A capitation tax of'50 cents is as- W1
~esed on all dogs, the proceeds to be count
~xpended for schoo! purposes. be op
Taxpayers or their agents should be and<
*areful to assess all dogs and avoid berry
iaving same listed by the school trus
Prosperity, S. C.
, DECEMBER 16, 1907.
Lal Stock........ $ 25,000 00
ilus and Undivided
ofits ............. 13,38 00
to Banks.... 2,809 63
tidua Deposits... 121,053 00
VrEELER, J. F BROWNE,
Vt we have added
ce line of
uts, Salted Pea
tosh Toffee, &c.
lOc. Box Candy.
tioners , Cigars,
male persons between the age
.anid (60 years (exeent U' ofed
soldiers, or those per~ - un
t earn a support fr any
) are liable to poll tax.
return will be sceepted unless
to by taxpayer or some persou
iried to make same.
sons changing residence from
;ownship to aniothier should so
to assessor and avoid having
names entered in two townships.
ers and others in making returns
heir hanids should pay special
in to this.
estate is not assessed this
but be careful to not on tax re
*each transfer of land or lots
ht or sold) since last return.
ile on the rounds throughout the
the hooks of assessment will
ened each morning at 10 o'clock
losed a,t 4. The office at New
will be open as usual each day.
W. W. Cromrer,
Am+m.o Newmrry Cnn-nty.