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S. C. as 2*xi class matter.
E. H. AULL, EDITOR. . (
Tuesday, December 16, IPIS... . *
Thursday. February 26, 1857.?The
Newberry Sun suggests the calling of
a convention of proprietors of South
Carolina newspapers for the purpose
of introducing the cash system for
subscriptions and other reforms that
seem to be necessary to the business
end of newspaper publishing..
The above is a reprint in the York- ,
ville Enquirer of that paper.
it tvniilri hp -a timely and a sensible
toing for the newspapers of the State !
a.t this time to hold a convention and
discuss the cost of production and
agree to sell their wares at a profit.
The business end of the average newspaper
J The suggestion is now being made
that the fiscal year be changed so as 1
to end June 30. The suggestion is a
good one and was made by The Herald
and News a long time ago. It j
would give time for the officers to J
. get their reports out in time for the
members of the legislature to go <
over and study them and they wmld
thus "be better informed as to matters
that would come up for their
consideration when the legislature
did meet. As it is now the .reports
cannot close until the close of the
year and then it is only a short time
before the legislature is in session ,
and then many times the printed reports
are not in the hands of the
members until the session is far under
way and the members have no
time to look at these reports much
less have anv time to study them, and
many matters upon which they are
called to legislate and make large appropriations
are acted upon without
sufficient knowledge of the needs of
the department or the matter about
which legislation is to be had.
There are maay other reasons why
it would be better to have the fiscal
in# till lat
I ana every
till the da
11 from top
a 1 enware ana i
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.'ear close in June. It is a matter
that should have attention by the
neinbers of the legislature.
Cheshire's Harpoon says Col. Aull,
>f the Xewbtrry Herald and News, is
i Red Man in every sense of the word.
We hadn't noticed it.?Saluda Stan
We would be pleased to have you
Priiicioals and Teachers
Free of Charge to
The Most Eiaboi ate
A. few of the Reproductions s
paintings in the World
"ROCK OF AGES"?by Mur
"DRE EREMIT"?by Konicl
found in the Bath of Tit
Vatican of Rome
"JOAN OF ARC"-"The M
Captured by the Duke oi
over to the English and
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t crowds are s
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ire prepared f
y before Xmc
ce our clerks (
to bottom wh
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help us to scout the forest in and ;
around Saluda and establish a wigwam
in that goodly town and maybe
we could convince you that Col. Aull
j was at least a tolerable Red Man if
| not in color at least in adherence to
j and practice of the fine principles
I taught and promulgated by this great
order. We want the opportunity to j
take a trip over the Georgia and '
Northern Carolina railroad any way. j
What say you?
of Schools Are Invited I
attend the Beautiful I
Art and History
I? IT A
Living Postuer Act!
shown in this performance of
3randt, one of the six finest
and the painting that made
il!o, a Masterpiece in Kome.
lo Reni, in. the Vatican in
t, in the Art Gallery, Dresden,
ired five Centuries B. C., was
us in 1506 and is now in the
[aid of Orleans." Born 1412.
: Burgundy in 1430. Turned
burned at the Stake as witch
urging in and <
ill happy with ;
or the crowds.
polite and cou
We want *
zan give you, .
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tn iJisnes, .m;
it for the house or k
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Join Our Ch
In Class 5, pay 5c the 1st vceek, 10c the
t^11 *-1-1 oi 1 1 n fwn Hf
W ill man ;vu c*. w ^ w Or
in Class 2, pay 2^ the 1st week, 4c tl
will mail you a check two weeks bci
Or in Class 1. pay ic the 1st week, 2c tl
the 5tu week, 6c the 6th week, an
we will mail you a check for $12.75
You May Reverse the Orde
For instance, in Class 5 going up, the ps
desire to do so you may start with $
til the last payment is 5c.
Iln Class 2, you may start with $1.00 the
last payment will be 2c
In Class i, you may start with 50c the fi
week's payment will be ic.
A Ujr 411WAAW AVAMVI
or May b<
Can you think of an easier way to ]
Join Yourself?get every one in the
them to join Ever\brdy is welcome to
T&e Christmas Savings Club opens
all about our plan
The Bank that A1
is Now on at
out of our place ev^
the Christmas thou
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Every shelf and e
rtanus attention hv
you to have the cho:
?r* irr ^ 7-? ,<sr TTS
itiiivi iiM 13UK. our
litchen. and at SPECIAL
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2nd week, 15c the 3d week, and .so on, and we
iiore Chri-tin^s for $63.75.
le 2nd week, 6c the 3d week, and so on, and we i
fore Christmas for $25.50.
ae 2nd week, 3c the 3d week, 4c tlie 4th week, 5c 4
d so on for s;o weeks, and two weeks before Xmas,
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r of Payment if You Wish to Do So.
lyments start with 5c and end with $2.50. If you
)2 50 the first week and pay 5c less every week uni
first week and pay 2c less every week until the
irit week and pay ic less every week until the last
: Be Made Every Week,
s Made in Advance
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provide money for Christmas presents.-'
: family to join. Show this to your friends and get
Monday, December 29. Call and let us tell you
ways Treats You Right.
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iry aay jrom mumgilt*
and all laying
very counter is full I
our large force of I
'ice goods, and the |
AJNNEX is loaded ' I ,
Glassware, W ood- I
PRICES THIS WEEK. |
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