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S? A, BllOWN - - - Editor
Wednesday, August 21, 1895,
A GOOD SUGGESTION.
. Tho following timely admoiiitioi
^ is taken from thc Ahhcvillo Pres
\ivnd Banner :
'VOnc thing tho State Convontioi
^P^tho Lcgifeluturc ought to do is t<
I forever prevent any minister of th
Cospel lrojn holding oflieo or dab
nlin? in politics. Prcaohors hav
no hnsjncss.going into polities, mn
..-.'they should never bo allowed t
hold oflieo. A real christian, wor
thy of tho pulpit, as a rulo, ough
not to ask for an oflieo. Tho Col
ored Ministerial Union in Colum
bia is largely responsible fdr th
recent unrest among tho ncgrocf
It was mainly througji their infill
enco that collections wore taken t
pay lawyers to Avorry and annoy th
people. Tho poor negroes wer
duped out of their dimes, while th
lawyers made big money. As usua
tho whito man came out first host.
Mr.. EDITOR : How many of i
think as wo ought to of tho fleetin
moments as they so swiftly pass i
by ? When wo look hack to oi
boyhood days and think for a nu
mont that it was only yesterday,
it not enought to make us thin
seriously on this matter to kno
our existence is so swiftly passing
Thc duties required of man ai
such as human nature does not wi
ling perform, and such as those ni
inclined to delay, who yet inten
some time to fulfill them. lint tl
wheel of time rolls around until
makes il loo lute. To this end a
thc appearances of nature uniform]
conspire. Whatever we see on evci
side reminds us of thc lapse of tin
mid thc flux of life. He that
carried forward, however swiftly, L
a motion agreeable and easy, pe:
ceives hot tho change of place, bi
by tho variation of objects. If tl
wheel of lifo, which rolls thus s
lently along passed on through m
distinguishable uniformity, y
should never mark its approach
to .tho end of thc course. If 01
suii^'ItuT^0?^^0 miother, if thc possit
wasting, theii^vlN^^f thc
how swiftly arc thc " nwn^tsfe
mcnis. It is not natural for usT?'
realizo thc lime as it so swiftly
passes by. Wc should remember
that our existence is fast coming to
n close, and our pleasant thoughts
of childhood days will bc over.
O, over thuR from childhood's hour,
I'vo econ my fondost hopes decay,
I no vor loved a trco or flower,
But 'twne tho fitxkt to fado away.
So little do we hcoustom ourselves
to consider thc cilccts of time, that
things necessary and certain often
surprise us like unexpected contin
gencies. We leave thc beauty in
her bloom, and after a few fleeting
moments it has faded away. After
a while the wheel of time will roll
around its last time and then the
grave. Thc grave is a place where
thc weary are at rest. How sooth
ing is this senti ment-the weary arc
at rest. There is something in thc
expression which affects thc heart
with uncommon sensation and pro
duces a species of delight. When
tranquility is thc principle ingredi
ent thc sentiment itself is extensive
and implies many particulars. When
we look upon thc open grave and
know that soon some of our dear
ones will be deposited there, is it
not enough to make us think how
fleeting arc the moments?
To dio 1 Wlinfc is thcro ia doath to foar ?
'Twill dccomp030 my lifeless frnmo,
A power unseen still watohea noar
To lift it with a puror flamo.
We should, therefore, fit and pre
pare ourselves for thc approaching
event which is so swiftly nearing
us. J. G. H.
EDITOR DEMOCRAT : In your issuf
of July 31st, you published n local
under thocaption, "Slipped theGuard/
in which you do mo, unintentional!}
I think, a great injustice. You stated
that "they wore at work on tho road
and took advantage of special privih
oges granted them hy tho guara, Mr,
Tart." I was not in command of thc
chain gang and had granted them nc
"special privileges'' whatever. Mr
Rogers was the chief guard and fron
where ho was he could not have shot tin
fleeing prisoners without placing tin
lives of tho other prisoners in grcal
peril. It was just ono of thoso occur
renecs that often happen under most
precautionary circumstnncos. I wai
obeying instructions from my Super
visor or I would hnvo been armed;and
in conclusion, I simply wish to corrcoi
tho impression that has gono out
Their escape was not duo to any caro
lessness on my part or been uso ]
had granted any "special privileges *'
E. E. TAUT.
August 13, 1895.
J>ots ft'oni VutiuiiL
Tho farmors ore up with their worfc
and aro putting tho publio roads ir
good ord or.
Turnip planting is tho ordor of thc
doy and sonio oro going it by tin
D. C. MoLourin has purchased ?
new cono mill from Chattanooga, one
will bo ready to sweoton things whoi
the cone is ripe enough.
Watermelons oro ouundont and ar<
\ugust 17, 1895.
RESULT OF THE GENERAL ELEG
Mu. EDITOR : This is tho beginning
of tho sixth week sinco wo havo had
any rain to amount to anything, and
consequently thing? aro gottiu?j on n
dry ebb. Tho entire corn crop is very
near a fuiluro and wo cannot sit back
in tho gloaming vory far if wo have
been putting all of our confidence in
this needful article, but whatever wo
put in it, it scorns that it is ono of the
'hiot-to-bcs'' with us this year.
Our monica" staple, though, is doing
nicely and with a good prico this fall,
I supposo wo can very easily forget
about all other difficulties; although
I saw a man tho other day who was
so deeply depressed over tho situation
that ho had given up his tobacco and
was trying to sell his dog in order to
rcduco his running expenses "which
had almost ran away Iroui him";he
said. Now, this is sad indeed when
things got so fino, but I can hardly sec
tho need just yet of such brutal econ
omy, iio?ther do I beliovo such is nec
essary at all while wo have such nice
warm weather to bask and play in,
but it is a capital idea of this man to
"proparo for war in timo of peace."
Tho grading of tho railroad to Clio
is completed and work upon thc
track has begun, which will also be
through with in a fow days.
Two young indies of Sumter, Mies
Meadows and Miss Freeland, haye
been visiting the family ot Mr. George
Murrell, of Queensdnlo, and Mis?
Wysong, of Florence, has beon spend
ing somo timo with Mr. Wysong of
Mr. J. C. Dunbar, tho hustling
merchant of our town, is funking ready
for his fall goods, and judging from
his 8inilingcountcnanccand "big talk"
nbout low prices, prosperity and good
luck-have boon keeping him company
during these dry, hot and lazy days.
Wo havo about lost nil tho dudes
and loafers that used to be around
here, hence my excuso for a briol
Icttor, but what is my loss I hope will
be their gaiu, nud no ono wishes them
n_i moro luck than I in their new fields ol
lo?*i^llL XYe nnveft f?w l?wpriced oncf
cheaTto^^n?d >vi1' di8l)?S0 ?f \hQm
If lhere is anyr?^Sfe^?;;fock-. .
haired lop cared and turnca^ipJL? 100
kind of mau please let mo know, fis"!/3?
havo him spotted and will run jflfcftftj,,
Thanking you for your kind i
gence I close.
BILL MONKI I I
This ?M for insulting ?*c?i.
A man pronwv&it in tho affairs
of Dunkirk, says the Buffalo
Courier, yesterday related the fol
lowing incident : "One day, two
months after I had signed thc
pledge, I had a craving for a drink I
of whiskey so strong that I could
see nothing else but drinks about
me, and felt ns if I must have at
least one drink. I told a friend of I
my slate of mind. Ile said 'You
need not drink. I can tell you of |
a substitute that will stop your dis
comfort. Got rt bowl of ice water
and a raw potato, peel it and cut
down ono end of it to a size conven
ient to take in thc mouth. Dip thc
potato in thc iee water and suck it
every time you think you must
have thc whiskey.' I did as he ad
vised. I took thc bowl of ice wa
ter and the potato and placed them
at tho head of my bcd, and would
dip thc potato in the water and
place it between my lips every few
minutes until I went to sleep,
awoke free from any desire to drink
whiskey, and have been free from it
ovci since. That one treatment
eradicated my craving for whiskey
for all tho time that' has since
Bi ii cc vi ty.
Tho origin ot the word "sinoerity" is
profoundly interesting and suggestive'.
When Rome flourished, when her fame
was spread tho world over, when the
Tiber was lined with noble palaces
built of choicest marbles, men vied
with each other in tho construction of j
their habitations, bkillful sculptors
wore in rcqnost, and immense suras of
money were paid for elaborato work
manship. Ibo workmen, however,
wcro thou guiliy of practicing deceit
ful tricks. If, for example, they acci
dentally chipped the edges of tho mar
ble, or if they discovered somo con
spicuous flaw, they would fill up the
chink and supply ibo deficiency by
menus of prepared wax. For somo
time tho deception would not bo discov
ered, but when tho weather tost.d tho
buildings tho heat or damp would dis
close tho wax. At length those who
had determined on tho oreotion of I
marnions introduced a binding clause
into their contracts to tho effect that
tho wholo work from first to last was I
lo be sine cora-th a tis "without wax."1
Thus wo obtain our wold sincerity.
To bo sincere is to bo without any
attempt on our part to mislead, mis
represent, deceiyo, or iraposo on rm?
otner; lo bo and appear to ho, what'
wo aro ; to say what wo moan, and
moan what wo say.-Tho Presbyterian
mWE ARE THE ONLY HOUSE IN
Hon nott H vi Ho that soils Thc np
eon's Olovo Atting Core?te. I havo n full
supply any aleo you want,
TION HELD AUGUST 20, 1895,
1501 1558 1503 2100 012 012 012
TH? publlo gonornlly, Alliaucomon mid
friondn of tho Alliauco, and formers in par*
ticuifu, from ovory section of tho county,
aro cordially invited to bring their families
and baBkota, to a PICNIC nt Tatum Station
on Friday tho 23d of August,
Many gravo qneatioua agitating tho pub
lio mind will bo dlsousaod.
Yt. D. Evnus, lt. H. Hodges,
J. B Qrcou, G. W. Hoareoy,
J. 0. Csmpboll, J. A. Drako,
August 7, 1895.
Xonnolh Bnzomoro had tho good fortuno
to rccoivo n small bottlo of Chomborlaln'e
Collo, Cholera rtnd Diarrhoea Itomcdy whon
throe mombors of bia family woro stok
with dysontory. Thia ouo small bottle
cured them all and ho had somo loft whloh
ho gavo to Georgy W. Bnkor, a prominent
mm ohm it of tho placo, Nfl winton, N. O ,
aud it oured him of tho samo complaint.
When troubled with dysoutory, diarrhea ?,
collo or eholom morbus, give thia remedy
a trial and you will bo moro than ploabCd
with tho result. Tho pralso that naturally
follow" its introduction aud uso han mado
lt vory popular. 25 and 50 cent boltlos
for sale at Jormings' Pharmaoy.
Bcauottsvillo, S. C., 2, 16, 189^
Mr. R. L. Prcoman,
Dear Sir : I have Somo lifo insuranco in
tho company you represent, for myself oud
others, and, boforo going into tho compa
ny, satisfied myself as to tho low cost for
which they iesuo their policios, and also to
thoir strength and financial ability to pay
1' ayos. Wishing you success, I nm,
Yours vory truly,
Bonuotlsvlilo, S. O,, July 6, 189$.
I bavo a policy for $10,000 in tho Fidel
ity Mutual Life Association of Pennsylvania
on tho ton your rouowal plan. I think well
of tho company, bclloviug it combines
cheapness and security.
?. D. MCCOLL,
President Bank of Marlboro.
Wo eau givo you tho cheapest hisnrouoo,
with unequaled safety. And tho Fidelity
pays Us death claims promptly.
lt. TJ. FMJEISMAN.
^J&.Msnst 20, 1895.
Does first class Tin Roofing and
Chittering at resonable rates.
such as Tobacco Transplanters,
Barn Flues, Fine Eyes and wires
for sticks a specialty.
Orders by mail receive prompt
R. T. BARFIELD,
(NI?XT TO TliMPKUANCE HAM., DBPOT BT.)
-BENNETTSVILLE, S. 0.
M A NV FACT H lt KU OK AN1> DKAl.KK LS
Furniture, Coiling, Caskets,
Mott?io Casos, Eto
I have three Hearses and can attend
erl?--7-3 calls to any part ol thc couti
??rfsasK^try. Orders by telegraph will
be promptly filled.
When not in my Shop 1 can bc found
at my residence in "West Hennettsville,
near D. C. White's. [ Aug, ?, 1894,
Tho annual meeting of the stockholders
ol thc Bank of Marlboro will bc held at
the Bank in Bcnnettsville, S. C., on thc
5U1 of September next at 11 o'clock a. rh,
lor the ?purpose of electing a board ol j
directors and transacting any other busi
ness coming up before them. Stock
holders please attend.
T. G. MATHESON, Cashier.
August 20 1895,
Now You Can Build.
AM now prepared to supply lumbor
of any kind from tho host Virgin pine
and nt living prices. My Mill ia looatcd
on tho Hunt'? Bluff and Clio Hoad, 7
milos south of Bonnettsvillu. Ordorf i
?llod ou fhort notico. So mo boforo buy
ing. Post ofllce Rod Hill.
II. T. EDENS.
April Oth 1895
YOUR property against loss by fire,
lightning and tornado with thc old relia
ble Company representing more than
Eighty Million of Dollars.
A. J. ItltlSTOir, Auent.
Abgust 2o, 1895.
FOR S ALF, BY
J. 8V3. JACKSON.
August 20, I8O5.-2t.
DR.T. W. BOUCHIER,
GSg|& OIT100 in D. D. IftoColl's new
urxny Building, Upr?fairs, wost side
Omeo boure from 0 a n.,, fo 6 p? tu.
I WANT?0 m m mm 0F
8 ww rlB^ I Beeswax. I pay oasb.
" 'rite United States of America. ' In the
Circuit Court ot thc United States loi*
the District of South-.Carolina at
Charleston, and in the Circuit Court
ol the United States for- the Eastern
District of North Carolinas Ral
Wi Ilia rn Wirt I]eiV?y ?UM Milnes li,
Winston. Trustees vs thcd'almetto !
Railroad Company.-In Equity.
By virtue of decrees made and entered
in the above styled causo by tl^Cir?bit
Court of thc United States tor the Dis
trict of South Carolina, at Charleston, on
the 2oth day of July, 1895, and by the J
Circuit ol the United State tor the Kast
ern District ot North Carolina,^jtLRal
eigh, on the 22d clay July, ? f?9>. the. ]
undersigned Wm. Wirt Henry ind Jas. B. '
Winston, trustees in the deceit trust
?xccutcd to them by the Palmeujo Rail
oad Company on the 2tst clay o? April,
A D. 1885; and acting as Spccjh} Com
missioners ot sahl Courts under the de,
crees aforesaid, will proceed ob?Frlday,
August 30th, 1895, nt 12 o'clock noon,
upon the premises of IbejwIu^P'aVrActto
Railroad Companyat - lt's turminus K\t\
Hamlet, lllchmond county, North Caro
lina, to make sale ot tho works and
property ot tho said Palmetto Railroad
Company, induing all that which was j
conveyed by said company in the mort
gage or deed of trust alorcsatd and de
scribed as lollows :
All thc wot ks and property ct thc said
company, including tue whole and every
part o! its property-real, .personal and
mixed, as well that vvhicn 11
after obtained as that now
company, including 'its cht
and Iranchises, save-dcbts~
the time ot sale.
The terms of said sale are as
Ten thousand dollars in cash lo
within twenty-four hours fret"*fday-of
sale, the balance to be cvldcnc(^s;\yTvotes
of the purchaser dated on d*. d,eol sale
and payable six months alto.?^Jate to
said trustees and special commisioners,
and bearing interest from date atjsix per I
cent, per annum, but with the oj/tion of J
thc. purchaser to pay said note||t any
time belore maturity and bc relieved ol
interest subsequent to date ot payment.
Possession of all property sold to remain
in thc court by its receiver, and the I
property to be operated for thc benefit!
and at thc risk and expense of tie pur
cliascr, until the lull payment ol the
purchase price. Ab the. cash and notes
tor the purchase money to be4 deposited
to the pr?dit of the court in said cause" at |
Charleston, S. 0 , and the sale to be re
ported to thc court tor its confirmation,
WM. WIRT HENRY, and
JAMES B. WINSTON,
Trustees and Special Commissioners.
For any further information address
the Trustees and Special Commissioners
or their solicitors, "Messrs. Watts and
Hatton, Portsmouth, Va., James Lyons,
Esq., Richmond, Va., and Jcs, B.'Batch
elor, Raleigh. N. C.
,1- ^Aret.vou fobing SIMMONS DIVKI?WS
OINK3?" That is what" our readers
want, and nothing but that. It is ?ho
same old friend to which tho old folkb*
pinned tholr faith and wore novor d!s->
appointed. But another good recom
mendation for it is, that it is BETTER
TUAN PILTJS, novor gripes, nover woak
ons, but works lh ouch an easy and.
natural way, just Uko nature itsolf, that
roliof comos quiok and B?ro, and ono
fools now all ovor. It never falls.
Evorybody neods talco a livor rornody,
and everyone should tako only Sim
mons Livor Regulator.
Bo sure you get it. Tho Ked 71
is on tho wrapper. J. H. Zeilin &
STATE OF SOUTH GAROMNA,
Marlboro County.-Philip W. Stanch to
Bunk of Mailboro.-Mortgngco'o SA1|J.|
"DY virtue of the power and authority
^ given in a mortgage deed executed
by Philip W. Stancil to Bank ol Marlbo
ro, dated the 3d day of November, A D
1890, and recorded in the office of lteg
ister ot Mesne Conveyance for the coun
ty of Marlboro in thc State aforesaid,
which said mortgage, with the note
which it was given to secure, has been
duly assigned to mc on the 5th day ot
July 1892, I will offer tor sale to the
highest bidder tor CASH before the Court
House in Bennettsville, on the first Mon?
day in September next, ALL that cer
tain piece, parcel or tract of land, situate
in the. county of Marlboro in the State
aforesaid, containing ONE HUNDRED
AND FORTY-SEVEV ACRES, more or less,
bounded South by lands of A, H. Odom
North and West by Rockingham public
road and Kast by lands ol J. H. Quick
and Frank Quick, and being the lands
on which said Phillp W, Stancil thou, re
Purchaser to pay lor papers. '
P. T. SMITH,
Assignee and Mortgagee,
. August i/}, 1895, ' 1
N0TI0E TO CREDITORS.
Esr. Du. W. J. DAVID.
.OTICK is hereby given to the cred
. 1 itors of the estate ol Dr. W. J. Da
yid to render an account oLthe.ir.dQ
mauds, duly attested within the time
required hy law, and to those indebted
to said estate to make payment to the
undersigned at Dillon, S. ()., or T. W.
Bouchier, his attorney at Bennettsville
J. H. DAVID. Ex'r.
August 7, 1895.
THE COMING PLAN
Of Life Insurance;
THE Co Operativo Mutual Lifo Insurance
Co., of South Carolina, Limited, hivvo
established an agonoy in Marlboro county.
Tho plan is along tho line of tho Farmers
Mutuol Firo Insurranoo, which bao wot
with Boob eucoofis anil fills a noodod want
If not inaurcd tako out a policy. If
already I nimrod, tho raton aro HO low that
you pan tarry a policy in tho Corporativo
Mutual Lifo also.
J. F, BOLTON,
Agont for Marlboro county.
May 6, 189s. Tatara, H. 0.
VOW ?V&tt. WAH?'?
Mowt Poaplo Do,
There is no oxoaso for not doing no now
For a limited timo I will noll Colgate O.o
tagon Soap 6 b.irs for 25 cents. By tho
box (100 oakes) $3.90,
Keep pushing ! 'Tis wiser than sitting aside,
ftjnd sighing, waiting and watching th? tide ;
[n life's earnest battle they only prevail ,
Who daily maroh. onward and never say fail.
drtunc fin losing my
-store anil entire stock
of the town
county that ? haye
next to Mason's Mil?
Store9 where I
... , Mncry
all bought for spot
as in the past at-prices
section to undersell nie.
Thanking myoid pa
trons foi? their liberal
dorsement of my busi?
their business with me.
M i ...'.(. ; v.tv
BeimettBvi?e, 8. 0,
May 89, 1895,
.J have just received a nice stock of
li DRY GOODS ..AND NOTIONS,;
Which T am propared to ?ell cheap tor
cash. It will pay you to como and
That I Can Sell Very Low?
??05" Try one pair and I think I can sell you another.
1 HAVE ON H?NI) A FEW STRAW 1
which I will close out at or below cost in
order to get rid of them before the sea
son is over.
I have a general assorlmcnt of all kinds
as cheap as they can be bought any
Come seo mo before you bu}r your goods
and I know
i CRN PLERSE YOU.
--a- - .<>.
Thauking you for your patronage in tho past
and hoping for a continuance of thc sumo, l am,-.
YOURS ?ES P OT FRILLY,
Corno?' Store Uiulor McColl'* Mull.
dUIjY IO, 1805.
STA'IE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Coan ty of Marlboro,
Ex-Parle Sarah F. Pearson in her own
light, and on behalt of Sarah li pearson
william H. Pearson, her children, who
are Infants, and LeRoy Pearson, her
grand son, an intant who resides With
her, in the matter of the estate ot John
P. Pearson, deceased, Petitioners;
.WHEREAS, Sarah F. Pearson, In her
own right and on behalf of Sarah E.
Pearson and William H. Pearson, her
children, who are infants and who reside
w'itb her', has filed willi mc as Clerk ?t
stead set apart to them out Ot the lands
of said J. I J. Pearson, and also the per
sonal properly Ot ber deceased luisband
fohn D. Pearson, the father ol sahl in*
lants, set apart and exempted for the
benefit ot said widow and minor chih
Iren in accordance with the law in such
case made and provided, which said pe
tition is on file in my office.
Notice is hereby given unto all whom
lt may concern, that after the publication
af this notice for four weeks, as by law
provided, I will proceed to appoint ap,
Kaisers lo nporaise and set off said
omeste?d out of the lands ot said J. 1 ),
Pearson,, and set off and exempt the
said personal property in accordance
with the statutes in such case made and
provided. Witness my band, August 2,
A, D. 1805.
J, A. DRAKE, c. c. P.
Elf loon Bollarn will ho paid
for tho capturo and delivery
to mo at this placo of Honry
lam Hf ord, a convict about
27"yearn old, dark comploxl?h and about
5 feet II inohca high and weighs about 160'
Tho snmo prloo will bo paid for tho capt
ure and duliyory of Duooan Torry, ago
about 25, 5 fcob 8 StiohoB high and wolgrm
about 135 pounds, vory blaok with sloepy,
snllou look. W. F. KINN BY,
Supervisor of Marlboro County.
Bonnettsvlllo, 8. C., August 1, 189$.
AU and singular tho creditors of cut uto j
of N. II. Johnson, deceased, aro horeby
notified to present thoirclairoo, duly attest-;
oJ, and all porsons Indebted to tho samo
will plcaeo mako paymotib to tho under
signed at Gibson.Station, N. O , or to.bbs
attorney) jCnox Llvingeten, Esq,, Bonnotts?
villo, H. 0. F. H. GIBSON}??i.
. July 22, 1895,-3t;
GREENVILLE, & 0.
Tho next Session will open Scptombor
25, 1805. Wrltofor circulara, catalogues,
or for Information about Courses of In?
struction, Mess Hath Boarding, &c.
Inrinlre about tho examination to bo
hohl by School Commissioner,' AuguH 23
for Scholarship worth $50,
I a . . C. MANLY? Frcsld?hti
I August 1t 1805,
B talk faots, ndvortiso facta, act foots
II hi .linn'i.ilMiitiiii???mwnim
WW*'will: mr tho * 11U .
out promises to
Whoro will you
find moro or BO
mu oh V
NEW STERLING AND MATHU8HE0K
v Cnoh br $10 monthly, f?terihig or Ma
son & Hamlin Organs $3 and $5 monthly,
GALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
From now on I will bovo thom lu Btook.
Now Bldpinonta ovory wook. .
July 20, 189$.
R. L. FREEMAN,
Surveyor and Civil Erpjirieer,
Off ora bte aorvleoa to tho people of Marl?
boro and surrounding torritoi y. Land care
fully ?urvoycd, correotly ^colonlated ?nd
neatly plotted. Drain? and waterways lo?*
cated and graded, difforoncea of lovol'do* ,
tormiucd, cto. Dccda, mortgages and all
land papors written. Iteferonoca ? ?/JPho
ProfOH8orn of Mathomatloa and Engineering
at Woko F?rcet Oollogo, N. O., Col. O. &jm>T?\
MoOftll and Capt. P. L. Breedon, Bennott?v'
ylllo, ?. C., and others for svbom I hoyo
dobo Work lb North and South OotoHnn.
Beonottavlllo, S. C., July 22, 1895.
COLUMBIA, S. 0.
Scealon begins Septombor 24th, Ton
regulo* .Courses, ? with Diplomas. Spcolal
ConrsoB, with Certificates. Board, $8 a
month, Total necessary oxponRCS for tho
year (InolnMvo of travelling, clothing and .
book?), to $113, Women admitted to nil /
For further Infoimntlon, adddrcBS tho
PrCBldont, JAMS3 WOODROW. .
JAS. II. OAIII.IST.U, L, L. D. PniisinTCN'v.
Wofford College Fittio? School,
A, G, RRMBKUT, Head MoBtor.
Expenses for Ono Year from $150 to$200.;
j Noxt BORfilon begins Octobor 1,1895. For
[ catalogue, address
J. A. GAMEWEIL,
?partanburg, 8. 0,
Joly 31, 189?;. .
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