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NEWS AND HERALD.
PU*MMED TRI -
-BY
THE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
rERMus, IN ADY
OueYear, - to
Sic Aouths. - - -
WINNSBORG, . 2
Saturday, June % - - - 1L900
THE INDIA RELIEF.
A great (eal of genuine unselfish
ness exists in this old world iai spite of
the exhibition of greed for money so
often witnessed. This is illutrated
by the charitable ell'.ris to re.ieve ,nt
ferers in India.
Three weeks ago, "A Committee of
One Hundred on Jindia Famine Re
lief" was formed in New York, and
this committee is not only working in
New York city but it has placed its
facilities for the transmission of funds.
All agencies may act through this or
ganization in New York, though the
New York committee suggests that
"funds raised in any locality be sent
to the nearest relief committee."
It is gratifying to know what inter
est has been taken in the relief of
these starving people in India. All the
New York dailies have given earnest
advocacy to tie cause, and collc
con(ributions The mpanies
consented to make all their offices
agencies for the receipt and free traas
mi;sion of relief funds, and they will
forward literature to any part of the
country without charge. The banks
of New York have united in offering
themselves as agencies for tbe collec
tion of funds, and banks throughout
the whole country will do the same.
The telegraph companies will transmit
the official business ot this New York
committee free of ebarge. Wbile
Americans love money they respond
cheerfully to demands upon them for
an outpouring of charity.
Opportunity is given the people in
Fairfield to contribute to the relief of
these miserable people. The Winns
berv Bank will receive your contri
butions.
The famwine in Indi-, as is gecrally
known, i.s caused by lack of rain. Not
onry are m3n, wamen vjt children
dying from starvation, u ; 0r!e are
nerishing, for thore V- no, vegetation
for them to feed o '. T'h-uianzds of
these people atre diing every hour.
The fo:loawinmg appeal does not over
stale the case:
Faminme, fromn lack of r ,inm, ia niow
smniting. six-v m'lli m'i of ui.ir :allow
beings. At thi- mauneut, dleath by
she.ar hunger and trairst tirea-enms one
sixth of that number. Tbramads are
twety-ourhoure. In
lh evn are a
jron and the earth*. ass.
Birds of. the air dro> life:ess froma
the burning sky. Hundrede thous
ands of cattle have already peris
In the absence of food and water,
fiercest animals let go their hatreds,
and helpless lie down together to die.
The decaying bodies of men and beants
pollute both plains add rivers
And the woe has not yet reacbed its
worst. Face to face with even such ~
horrors still stand countless little chil- -
dren, arnd women, ana men, whom a
food witl save. TLank God, relief
may almost instantly pass, by cable,
from this land of plenty to that India
of starvation. Acc~rdingly, only gifts
. of money are solicited.
What, thep, shall we do? What
will you do? For our answer we arc
* clearly :responsible to both God and
man. Ought not Aumerlca to send
quickly at least a million dollars? In
the famine districts are efficient, de
voted men and women, not only
American but also European, who are
already engaged in the actual rescue,
but who are pleading for larger sup.
plies. Surely such supplies can be
provided, and yet the customary gifts
to long-established agencies for the
uplifting of the people of India not
be at all lessened.
Meanwhile, the Governmnent of In dia
is organizing relief on az ecale unap
proached in the history . lhe w arld.
Both treasure and life are eiven1 with
out stint in the saving work. Oni May
14th, the number of starving aided
officially was 5,795,000. That official
daily aid will be steadfastly continued
and increased, yet it will be unable to
keep pece with the awful need. The
death-rate is by far the greatest in the
nttive provinces, where the Govern
ment bas least influence and contro!.
Only the united efforts of all the
hamnane, the co-operating good-will of
all the nations will suffice.
In this emergency, the Coammittee
of One Hundred gladly puts itself at
your service, the service of the cause.
Messrs. Brown Brothers & Com
pany, the well-known bankers, 59
Wall street, have freely consented to
receive and acknowledge all gifts sent
to them. Every expressed wish of
donors will be faithfully carried out,
and the committee, on its own part,
will earnestly seek the best, most effi
cient, most economical agencies for
the disiributian of undesignated funds. ]
Together and at once let ns move to e
tbe rescue. We can feed the starving. th
There is not a minute to be lost. From t
two to five cents a day will saye a life. .i
LEBANON SCHOOL EXEBCISEs. the
-- TEi
The exercises at Leban school wh
opened on Thursday night at 8.30'
o'clock with a "Song of Greeting" by
the entire school. The address of
welcome was delivered by Miss Mamie
Stevenson in a very impreesive man
ner. The following is the program:
1. The "Fancy Drill" by 14 young the
ladies and 6 young men was enjoyedl
very much by all present. S.
2. Song, "Ring the Bells," by the o
school.of
3. Piano duett, by Miisses Bessic
Stevenson and Louise Turner.
4. Tableau, "Bridal Act," was high.
ly enjoyed by every one prosent. All
were enpecing to see a oen- ee
mony and only saw a male's bridle.
5. The "Flag Drill," by 19 small
girs and 14 small boys, was com
pleted by larger scholars joining them
and singing "The Star Spangled Ban
ner."
6. Recitation, "Battsry B," by Miss
Willie Stevensn, was loudly ap
planded.
7. Tableau by 8 young ladies, and
one gentleman dressed as Uncle Sam,
ended by singing the "Red, White and
Blue."
8. Piano duett, by Misses Ethel
Harden and Cooper Walker.
9. "Rose Drill," by the larger young
ladies and two boys, was something
that deserves special mention, as such
a beautiful scene is very seldom wit
nessed in our larger college coM
mencements. They were applauded
by every one in the room.
10. Vocal solo, "TIt for Tat," by
Miss Gaines, was loudly applauded.
11. Piaro solo, by little Miss Get
trade Harden, who is only 9 years old,
and has been ta'ing music only two
months, was grand.
12. Piano duett, by Miss Gaines and
Mrs. Jordan.
13. "Cake Walk," to the tune of1
"Geoigia Camp Meeting," highly de-I
lighted the audience and kept them in
an uproar from the time the curtains
were opened until closed. The only
gentleman in the walk lost his partner
and was not able to find her again.
14. Vocal duett, by Miss Gaines and
Mrs. Jordan, was enjoyed very much.
15. Tableau, acted by school-small
ones sitting in a circle on the .floor
with the larger ones standing - over
them singing "America."
The teachers and s hola.- deserve
credit for the man in hich every
thin" waeiidy1r on. The stage was
t xALkfy decorated with ivy, ever
rrrns and flegs, and in the back
ground were the pictures of Gens.
R. E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and the
"Father of his'Country."
June 8, 1900 W. J. Roche.
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
the 4inest pills I ever used."-D. J.
Moore, Millbrook, Ala. They quickly
cure all liver and bowel troubles. Mc
Master Co
(CoPyriglded by 1
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of urpa
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lso be ntitleZtouonbguess
Tetfct oa usis a
YnER. yoTAL certifiAT. Wwicfil
179 receve9a2man cetfiaesad ,a
1850 :3,99,1,87 6,22,
1800 3,431 81,9
1870 938,453 2,15,(
1880 50,155,783 11,597,4
1890 62,622,250 12,466,4
The population for 1900 at an increase<
over the population would be
(Au increase of 13,150,672.
At an increase of 22 per cent it would bc
(An increase of 13,776,894.
At ac increase of 23 per cent it would be
(An increase of 14,103J,116.)
A4.t an increase of 24 per' cent it would be
(An increase of 15,029,338 )
At an increase of 25 per cent it would be
(An increase of 15,655,562.)
This is One of the Greates
Ever Made:
n case of a tie, or that two or more
ially correct, prizes will be divided C
m.
['his contest will close one month befor
2 has be-rn oflicially announced by ti
United States Census at Washinaton
[E NEWS AND HERALD will ant
en the guessing will close.
REMEMBE
The Press Publishing Association has
express purrpose of paying the prizes.
THE CASH MUlST ACCOMIPANY
o per year. Yo~u get the guess . I SOI
This offer applies to new subscribers
xpirat ion.
Arkdrsss yo ur orders to
The Kind Yon : 1 -,ec
in use fbr over - -kth :s (f
All Counterfeits, m ins:d J a l"-'bu
Experiments that trifle with and e
Infants and Chil:-4:. - d LNL '
What is ASO Ri
Castoria is a harmless suTsthui- fX- sjastor Oil, Pare
gor'e, Drops and Soothing Syrup::. 1 i.; Plcasanit. It
contains neither Opium. iorphine nor other Nare'tic
substance. Its age is its guarmacc. R desiroys Vorim.;
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoa,and 'Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
IThe Kind Ydave Alway Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
SH E CzNTA'.- CC-.%-.NY. 7T MufltAY ST .ntY. mcw YONK CITY.
ress Publishing Association, 1899. All rights reserved.)
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Are You Interested'in the
- Greatest Country on
+f o e Z amt?
If so, send you guess and subscription to
The News and Herald
and receive a c rtificate which will entitle you $o participate
in the distribution of $25,ooo.oo to be distri ted in 1,oog
. Cash Prizes by the PRESS PUBLISHING A.SOCIATION
. OF DETROIT, MICH., among those makin4 the nearest
. guess or estimate of the populatien of the Unitrd States and
Territories, as shown by the official census of oo.
We have made arrangements with thRESS PUB
LISHING ASSOCIATION t na e o cnbers to par
ticipate in the distributi e prizes, amounting to $25,000
UNTIL FURTAE6, NOTICE
OUROFE every one whO sed $1-50 for
ended one year from date of r ir ,isciption
er; you get the guess absolut vance is made in the price
S When you ser
S Be sure an ser. ion you make your guess.
As soon as we rce u -ame, address and guess as plainly
on we will fill out and send you a
1 entitle you nylprize thafyou nay draw. Be sure
the duplicate with The Press Publishing Association. vry-subscriber
-e as many guesses as he sends yearly subscriptions to THE~NEWS
ban one guess get your friends and neighbors to subscribe. They will
EBLE INFORMATION
forming their estimate, we furnish the following data
-. c . PRIES TO BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS.
214 31
269 35 , To the nearest correct guess, $15,000 00
398 ..' To the 2nd, 5,000 00
572 S2 To the 3rd, 1009 00
567 33 To the 4th, 500 0
133 33 To the 5th, 300 60
123 35 To the 6th, 200 00
L55 35 To the 7th, 100 00
150 22 To the 8th ' 90 00
12 30 To the 9th, 80 09
67 25 To the 10th, 75 00
To the 11th, 60 00
To the 12th, 50 00
To the 13th, 40 00
>f 21 per cent To the 14th, 35 00
75,772,922. To the 15th, 30 00
To the 16th, 25 00
Fo the 17th, 20 00
To the 18th, 15 00
76,399,144. To the 19th, 15 00
To the 20th, 15 00
To the next 180 nearest correct guesses, $5.00
each, amounting to 900 00
77,025,366. To the next 100 nearast correct guesses, $4.00 Z
each, amounting to 400 00
To the next 100 nearest correct gaesses, $2 50
each, amounting to 250 (0
77,651,588. To the next 200 nearest correct gueases, $2.00
each, amounting to 400 00
To the next 400 nearest correct gaesses, $1.00
each, amounting to 400 00
78,277,812.
Total, 1,000 pi izes, amounting to $25,000 00
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WINNSBORO, S. C. ox
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I
I Still Have
-6 or 8
Young Mules
AND FIVE OR SIX PLUG MULES
yet unsold. Persons needing mules
should call and see them before buy
ing as I will sell them cheap for cash
or good paper, payable in the fall.
I also have a few horses, among
them two good Combination Horses.
Also a couple of GOOD ',.ARES,
suitable for brood mares-young an d
sound.
Cows.
I will pay the highest casi price for al
classes, fat or panr.
Buggies.
I still have a few BUGGIES that 1
will sell cheap for cash.
A. Williford,
Winnsboro. S. V.
S0UTHERN RAILWAAi
cfral ~i at jaksonville and Savannah.
~rn Timo at Oth4 P orts.
S eduile in fig.t 3Xny 6t900.
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sum mer 11 ..............
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Ar. I b . 55
V. ugusta ~y-...... 9 LAop
V Graitvill . ............45 8 Q P
. efel ................
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' ohnston.................. 5 420a4
Ar. olumb a, (U. D.)........ ...,.. 5
LY. Q9lumbI, (Bld St ... 90a 61P
W innsboro....:.......... 7
" hester .................. ...... 7
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r Vanvile .......... .....
At, Richmn d u ............ .'p
At.W ash i tn ......'....... . ~ 87
" altimore (Pa.RR) ...... 1.... 9 12a T111
P 'adelphia . 1135a 2563
New York. ...... ...... 203p 613a
Y. Coluibia .. 40a 755
. Sp rtan urg................ 3 11 25a
" Asheville . ..... ...... 7?I 250p
Ar. nogvlle. . .. 720p
Ar. Loiville ... ~~_pT
Lv. Louisville .. 5
Lv. Cincinnati - T~ 80
"Asheville .. S~n85
"Spa8204a 800
olumba...... 1 20ap25
................... 820p6
Lv. Washigtn SoRy . 50p 11
Lv. Danvi le........... .C ~~a
174. Charlotte .......... ...85
"Rock Hill............. ......9 0aO10
"Chester ................... 935a115
"Winnsboro................. 10 21a 12 15
Ar. Columbia, (Bldgst... 63p125; 120a
Lv. Cohunibia, (U. D.)....... .... 11 50a 480s
"Johnston..............1030p 133p 682a
"TTrentonT ................l1100 145~p 648a
Ar. Aiken ..............I 2 fa
Ar. Ed gfeid ......... .....'p4 1130a
Ar. Graniterjioe.......1200nt 215P~ 185
Ar. Augusta ...........l*100a 250p: 800a
Lv. Columibia (So. Ry)4 Tj8
"Kingville....4 22
Brnchvii e .... .. 6
A..Ch...s.on.................. 81p 7.00a
Lv. dolmabl1ia(so R.)... .11 2a
a..l........ 10
"Barnwelli............ .....21 320a
"savannah ...... ..... ..... 8 51 (
Ar. Jacksonville P. S., . .. ... 70 95&
*Trains 4.3 nnd 44 (mixed except Sunday),
irrive and depart from Hamiburg.
tDaily except Sunday.
Sleeping Car Service.
Exellent (aily engei~r service between
Nos. 33 ln4 .34-New York and Florida Ex
3ress. Draw xag rom sleeping cars between t
tuguta and 7fe york.
P~iman drawing-roomi sleping cars be
we n Pert Ta~ja Japsonvlsanah
Washington a4 Y~ Xork. liS'an,
P~~ly~nsleep cars hetwver Charlotte and
lhd va nin g cars etween Char16tte
N 35d 36-UT. S. Fast Mail. Through
'gllman dr -ing-roomi buffesr ~t~ig cars be
ween Jaek ville and Nd gn~d Pull
an sleebin ears het wt en Angtit ai9. Cb4r- f
tte. DLif cars serve all nihls ~nrout.c
'uiman sleeping cars between J~sag fille
nd Olumibia. enrot daily between Jaeks6h- 0
ilo and Cincinnd.ti, vini Ashdville.
'RANKs. GAN2~oN, J.3I. CULP,
Third V-F.&Gen. M:.r., Tra cMgr., f(
7asliington, D). C. Washi du, D. C. ti
7.A , . HI. HA WICK,
Gefliss. Ag't.. A t Ued'. Ps, .Ag't.,
SWah~gtoni, D.. C. Atlanta, Ga.
fC
1it
fo
G$3oods
- - fo:
I have a nice selection just e
>ened for inspection from which b
select your Christmas Presents, fo,
SLEEVE and COLLAR -
BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,fo
BRACELETS,
and FANCY GOODS.I
for
Also, nice presents in China dit(
di Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated era
ited Wares, as cheap and relia- for
as they ennuy be bought any- to t
ere. mar
Jail soon and make y our selec
for
. M. Chandler. <c"3
WIONEY TO LOAN -
n Improved Farms secured by first 1 i
tgsges. Interest 8 per cent. [n for
snot less than $500, 3~ to 8 1cars. Sus
commnissions. Borrower pay s ac- the a
eroenses.
A. S. & W. D). DOUGL ASS, I [
Winnsboro. S. C. for ti
JOHN B. PA LMER & SON, Iern
-9.5 Columia, S C.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
Circuit, subject to the result of the Demo.
cratie primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
We propose the name of Ilon. J. K.
IHENRY to the Democratic voters of Fair
field County for re-election to the fice of
Solicitor of this cieuit, because of the
very satisfactory manner in which ie has
discharged the 'duties of the office for the
past several years. VOTERS.
I hereby announce nyself a candidate
for Solicitor cf the Sixth Judicial Circuit,
subleet to the rules governing the Demo
eratic primary. W, C lOUGlI.
SE NATOl.
G. V. I , is :uuou:1 i for tam
niate, t t he Deinoc:rati prim:tyiV.
Ri E. IENT.\T-VEA.T.
.JOIIN G. 1A')!, I
I a!:'l i -P ' r' tliz
action of the De)m-ratie i iniarv..
E. BI RAG DALE.
The friends of JouN G. YoiurEY niomi
nate him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, srbject t) the action of
the Democratic primary.
b-lewcod Democratic Club nominates
W. .X Jo1. for the House cf Represen
tatives, subject to the primary election.
W. J. IIAGOOD, Secretary.
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives. Dispensary,
State and County, renovated and fumi
gated is my piatform. Will abide by the
result of the priwary.
J. B. MORRISON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the Democratic prmary.
T. B. McKINSTRY.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. R. CRAIG.
I hireby annour.ce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to tha action of the
Democratic primaries.
Ri. V. BR AY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court for Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County. subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
JNO. J. NEIL.
FOR SHERIFt
I hereby announce myelf a candi.
date for the office of Sheriff for Fair
field County, and will abide by the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLICK.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
the ensuing primary election, I announce
myself a candidate for nomination to the
office of Sheriff of Fairfiel-d County. The
cordial support of my fellow-citizens is re
spectfully solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of Fairfield County., subject to
the action of the Demo~ratic primiaries
J. W.CL ARK.
SI hereby announce myself a -candidate
Sheriff, subject tothe action of the
.m ratic rimar .
I ~evanonemsl a candidate1
fortheoficeof heiffofFairfield Coun
ty, subject to the action of the Denmocratic
primaries. B. G. TCENNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
Fairfield County, and will abide the result
of the Democratic primaries.
D. E. McDOWELL
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Demecratic primary.
R~. E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce m -self a Icandidate
~or Sheriff of Fairfeld County, subject to
he Democratic primary election.
MOSE H. MOBLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidat2
or Sheriff cf Fairfield County, subject to
o the rules and regulations of the Demo
ratic primary.
JOHN B STEVENSON.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or the office of County Supervisor for
'airfield County, subject to the action of
lie Democratic primaries.
A. D. IIOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
>r the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
ounty, subject to the action of the Demi
eratic primaries.
ROBT. Y. CLOWNEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
r the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
ounty, subject to the action of the Dem
~ratie primaries. J. B. BURLEY. -
I hereby announce myself a candidate
ir County Supervisor, subject to the ac.
P of the Democratic pirimaries.
JO1HN A. STEWA RT.
I hereby announce myself a candid ite
r the ofhice of County Supervisor of Fair
hd, subject to the rules andl regulation s
the Democratic primary.
D. II. ROBERThON.
I hereby announec myself a candidate
r the office of County Supervisor of
iirfield, subject. to the Democratic pri
iry. JAS. H1. AIKEN.
[ hereby announce ntyself as candidate C
the office of Couuty Supervisor, sub-|
t to the action of the Democractic pri
ry. JOE McMEEKIN.
hereby ann ue my13self a candidate.
the oflice of Connty Supervis r, sub
t to thie action of the Democratic p~ri
ry. T1. C LEITIN E-. no
er
COUNTY AUDITOR. des
hereby announce myself a candidate tn
County Auditor, subject to the action t
the Demiocrati riaes.FAIEb
hereby announce myself a candidate -i
re-etection to thme office of County Au-to
>r, subject to the action of the Demo- t om
:ieprimiary. J1 L. RICIIMOND. 'I
hereby announce imyself a candidate jani
Auditor for Fairfiela County, subject
'ie rules governing the Democratice pri- enr
.GEORGE W. MOU E dur
FORl CORONER. Ikee
bereby announce myself a candidate tiot
the omeie of Coroner for Fairfield Cha
nty, and p)!"dge myself to abide the steni
!t of the D~emnocra ic primarv. Ife w
J1. MARTIN YONGUE. .and
SUPT. OF EDUCATION. S
ereby announce myself a c'a didate~ intei
re-election t.) the oflice of Countyt send
rintendent of Educationi, subject to get c
etion of the Democratic primarv. Iyou
ID. L. STEVENSON. Fo
ereby annour(-2 myself a candidate tion.
ie office of Superintenident of Educa
or Fairfield County, subjeel to the
>eratic primarijes.
W. L. ROSBOR~OUG ,,J R.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself for re election
to the office of County Treasurer of Far -
field County, and will abide the result of
the Democratic primaries.
HUGH S. WYLIE.
11 2l
Quickly from Store
to Home
Are the only kind
we deal in. We have a full line of
heavy and fancy Groceries, new and
fresh, altrays on band. Fresh Sugar
Cared flams and Pork - ausage every
week; Breaktast Bacon, Cheese and
Macaroni, Sugar, Teas and Coffees."
A nice line of Canned Goods of all
kinds. New Orleans and Porto Rieo
Molasses; also fancy Table Syrups in
tins. In fact everything kept in a
FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
We have just enlarged our store
room and are prepared to do more
business. Will be glad to have you
call and give us a trial.
J. D. McCARLEY & CO.
Agerits For
WALL PI
--ALSO FOR
VISITING CAIDS9
--AND
ENG RAVED.
1851
DLST PR1pAPJm
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MA~DE BY
IS. TI1lSITiDaRD
For Sale By
J. J. OBEAR.
Ca~rlotte Cenmereill Cllejg,
arlotte, N..C., established in 1891
and
Rome~ Bilieu Cillce,
Rome, tda., established in 1886,
y under one management, ofers
~eptional advantages to any one
iring a thorougbly practical busi- -
*s education in the shortest possible
*e.
'he wide range Lf terr itory covered
our employmebt agency afords
eptional chance- for seciag posi.
is We will guarantee von a posi
if you take our guarantee cenrae.
he rooms in the schools are large
convenient and well lighted.
oun men or vc'uz-g womnz may
11 in either school aniy week day
oug ti~e year.
y u are a stenographer, b.,ok.
>er or teacher arnd desire a posi.
,write the Piedmn'ut Agency~
riotte, N. C If yoni are not a
ographer or book-keepeir, spenid a
months in one of these sec ools
get yourself in sthape for earning
ey.
ould a cu desire to be ant expert in
eat, atocks, trade discont, etc.,
25 cents in stamipg or silver and
ur Pocket Calclator-inst what
ced.
r circulars and farther informa
address,
D, M. M.IVER,2

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