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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
COLUMIA, February 13.-We close
ta-day five weeks of the legislative seo
sion of 1899. The date for final adjourn
mont has not yet been fixed. The
House has set next, Tuesday, 21st, as
the day. The Senate will take up the
matter this morning and will probably
agree to the House resolution, and
then it may amon and fix the 27th or
29th as the (lay. The time, yet to be
consumed in discussing the liquor ques
tion will have a great deal to do with it.
The appropriation bill which reached
the Senate last week is the special or
der for this afternoon at one o'clock
When that and the supply bill are fin
ished adjournment can be had itt any
time. That is to say all othrr matters
can be left undone or postponed to the
next, session if necessary.
For the last several days al most every
thing has been sidetracked to make
room for tize discussion of the liquor
question. The debate began in the
Senate on Friday night and was had
again on Saturday atnd will be resumed
tonight. The discussion has been an
able and an interesting one. 'T'le
speakers on all sides are able men and
good orators, and have (lone themsel ves
full justice on this occasion. As I went
home on Friday I did not have the
pleasure of hearing the discussion. I
will scarcely be able to get home agailn
until adjournment, and will, therefore,
likely hear the remainder of the dls
cussion. It is a very ul)izzliigI qu'stion.
I was at~one time a strong advocate of
local option-allowing each county to
control the liquor question as it saw in,
provided of course, it was in accord
with the provisio is of the vons-,;titution.
I have thought of it a good deal re
cently, and I am not so sure tllat it
would be the best thing to have one
county with a license systell, itlotiher
with prohiblitioln, anl)d still another with
tle dispensary. I mll) satistied it is iIl
practicable to try to enforce eitler tilt
dispensary or prohibition in large eithvs
like Columbia Qr Charleston. I would
favor a license system) for tile entire
Str.1. under dispensary regulations,
Or if we ire to have prohibition let the
entire State try it. The trend of the
debate in the Legislature seemIs to be
to refer tie whole ma11tter back to the
people ngain. It will not be many da1ys
now before we shall know what this
session of the Legislat,ire will do on
this subject. I will not yet ehango the
rediction I illide some timue Igo that
the dispensary will remain unchanged
so far as the present session of the Leg
islature is coneerned.
1 gave some till ago an aienllll)dmen1t.
by Senator Mower to change tile mag
istrate bill so far as it relates to New
berry. That amenlndmen11t proposed to
out the number of magistrates in tle
county down to five. I don't knlow
what, come over t,h - dreams of the
members of the Newborry delegatiIon,
but tat any rate tile amlendment has
been chanlged againI and tIhe number
remlains ait tenl, but, listenl, uthose of y'ou
who wanlted the places anld d in't get
them, the salaries hlave been cut, in half I
and the conIStables' costs hatve been
limited also. I don't know whto all
were appllicanlts, and hatve not, t riedl tot
find out. I only wan1te d to know who( t
were app)ointedl, andl those I will give.
I supp~os0 now that, those who were
afraid there woulId not be suilleien,t op- I
portunity and convenience to go to law
will be sat,isiled. The following are
the appolintmeonts for magistrates:
No. I& 2T'ownish ips,J.H1 Chappell.
"' 3 " F. 11 Mlaybin.
"i 4 " S. A. NI erchant.
"5 "' J. WV. D. 'Joh nsom v
"' 7 "' Ii. J1. Lonigshor'e.
" 8 "' Mv. P. Hlarrington.
"~ 9 " J1. Ni. Wheeler.
"10 " Joe. WV. Werts.
"'11 " D). A. Ilckert.
The magistrate at. New berry gets a
salary of *200; at P'rosperity, $75; in I
No. 3, $20; and1( all thte others $23.
These are t,he annual satlaries, andl the
constables of each magistrate is to r- ii
ceive tile same annual salary as thle
magistrate for whom hle serves. The
salary of magistrate atnd constablesa
is in Ilieu of all cost.s In crimIina c11 ases,r
and if any case is settled or plarty coil
victed and pays fine aind costs, tile costs
of both magistrate and constblo lare to
be turned over to t,he county treasurer
the samle its tile tine, except that tIle
constable is to receive in addition to
his salary three cents a mile for eon. bi
Voy ing prisoners to jali after onleition tof
or aft.er preliminary anld whlen bound
over to court. Of course both the mnag- at
istrate and constable receive their reg- kl
ular costa in all civil matt,ers. of
The town assessors for Newherr-y are i
Jno. C. Wilson, Sam. B. Jones and C.
E'. Summer. F'or Prosperity A. HI. w:
Hawkins, Jos. H. Hunter and T1. L. i
cu m port.
For sub-commissionors tile delega- in
tion has agreed up)on but one recomn- SI
moendation up to thlis time, andl he hats
been apptoint.ed. Tihe fortunate ono is tra
ox-Judge 8. 5. Cunningham. The cc
other appointments will likely be made
ina few days. The numiber of days wc(
for which these commgissioner.s are to 11<
be paid has been fixed at 25 and thle per pr'
diem $3. u
There have also been some chlanges h
in the sheriff's ofilce wh ich will likely thi
E f interest to the readel-s of The
RtNald and News and especially tihe sie
eheriff hiinself. The sheriff is given a be
salary of *1.000 ner annm.. in. liuo
all costs In criminal cases and the su
pervIsor 18 directed to pay him $200
annually for constablo hire. He is no
longer to be paid for dieting prisoners,
but the supervisor is to have this done
at actual cost. The sheriff Is to get
his usual costs in all civil cases.
Representative Blease madj an ex
cellent speech on the appropriation
bill in regard to the State colleges.
The reporters seurcely did him justice.
It was not in oi-oosit,ion to the State
colleges, but, h .1oght, the salaries of
l)rofesso1- in some of them at, least
might be reduced. I agree fully with
him on this point. It should be done
by the trustees and I say it in no spirit
of opposition to any State college. I
have not m1ade war on thei and have
no intention of doing it and neither are
the dlenominattinal colleges making
war on State colleges. There are al
WVays some South ('arolina college men
in the Legislature and I admire their
loyalty to their almer mater, but they
should he loyal wit.hout. easting reflee
tionlS 01 ma11king inSillatiOn1s s11 toother
colleges. Mr. Blease arguled that Cro
mie, (aIlisle anlid Grier w 310 the equals
in ability and character of any of the
State College men inld that the facul
ties uider t1hem would comij we with
the faculties ,f the State colicves and
these men worked for a great deal less
than were paid professors in State col
leges. The State college men argued
in reply that professors of ability
could not be had for less nioney than
the Staie now pys aid al-o that. the
State institutions were educating the
poor boys well. I have heard that so
much that it give- ie that tired feel
ing. I have only tiis to say, that the
frields of the State colleges better
consent to an economical adminiistra
tioi and not make insinuations in re
gard to other colleges in! the State for
the supporters of the denominational
colleges do not want to see the State
colleges crippled and have no light to
make on thei.
Every thiirg is covered here with
snow. The sun was out a little while
this morninig and then it snowed
again. Street ears and hacks were all
snlow hounlid Yesterday an1id wlii I
reched Col hlnbil neither a hack rior. a
street cai could bie fonid a the half
mile up to the hotels had to be madeon
All the Newherry delegat.ion are ip
and inl geod health.
I wint to say as to the county ap
pointments that, the Newbei-ry deh:ga
Lion has been ha1vtrmonioions amd the best.
of good fellowsh ip exists aiorig tliem.
Df course there were someic dilel-'ence
Its to men, but, every appoilnment So
far iaude has the 1111ani1mmous endorse
ment, of the delegation. The most li
portiant appolntiment to fari made I
supipose is that of matgistrItt.e at
Newlberry. Real'ly t,heie wits but one
et.ition) before the delegation for ap
pointieit, thit of Mr. .1. H. Chappell.
I'here were other names ment,ioned,
Mt, no other formal application , nIIid
al r. (happell's petition was si gned0 by
t maijoii,y3 of the vot.ers of the town
dhip. T1hero were I 3 names from his
wn elutb and neatrly every business
\layor and AlIdeimen, in fact, it, is as
Ilte endl..i'semeiit, its any mni coulId get.
ni atppoininlg Mr. C'happell the dlegia
ion hats butt. ('arriied ou1t, lie wishes of
lie pelopile of Ilihe town a is exprlessed in
hiri pit.i ion. I th ink Mr i. ('lihapell
ill I make an eQjeit'nt ollicer. Hei is
atpale. In fatct if you take the up
otntmen'its as it whole youi will hindl
hat, they are goodi men aind ilil give
at is fatrion. Of course itll the app)1l11
ants could riot be ap~poinuted, iand the
eley ation hatve (done their dut.y as they
Mr. S. C. CJason, (of Abbeille, who
'ins assi.stnant clerk of the H ouse, (lied
.L lie hiospi tal last, niighlt. ice was op
Tated('( oin iid a(1 tfternoon and fl'vei'
ecov'ered. I' . A.
FKA i aJ. I hll.NE.: intak(s 011th that hie 1)4 th
'NIl, intrine'l ~r fIhe t.-n- ft' .1e J. (-iuy'..y &
1) , do4 ) ,in hus'ness inih tii I ily oit 'tOido
I) II ', ani state, a(foreidil niild t hal ('41
iii i intk e sumn of INK Eilt1N~i.:b
S 1.b A l(' for 'eh unti 4very l 'a'e 'f u....tarli
int ennlit h4,1le (cured by3 the( uise or IiAl,L'$
Sw'orni 14 in-'fore 1114 andl sublscr'iie. I' i
r.Ience(', th I li ii (hay' ofI Dec'n, b ri. A. 1). 1 st.
A. W. GLEASON.
) Notary i'ulic,
a P's (!.tarh Cure his taken interrmityl lv '
('('s (If the s4yst4'm. Send0 for i. 1t 14)t hu t's
ee- I". .J. OllE1N EY & CO., T'letdo, 0.
liall's F"ati 1 Pt 'ils at''e the bes5t
i'ar'tt wot'k is ailmnost at a standit still,
t, the consumpition of rationis go on atll
We haive seen the R(oek H11ll buggy,~
id it's a "'beatuty,"' also the t wo pump..ip
ns whlrich will be opened on the first
A'n'il, and( some one wiill be mnade
Mliss FColone Lee, of Union, is now
Lth her sister' atd attetndinig I3oth
len sch ooh.
Miss Lydia L~eo, of Union. Is spend
g a while with hei' sister, Mrs. A. C.
Mrli. R. Hi. lurton is niow on the roitd
idinig t,in. Wye wisa himt much suc
Mrt. L. A. Hawkins t'ettrnted last
eck fi'omi a two weeks t'ip to Saluda. o
says tbat, the towni is rapidly im- I
>ving; many now buildligs are going e
and he met Prof. Sheahy ther'e who
a line school. The hospitalit,y of t0
Saluda pe)ople cannot be excelled. ti
dirs. Dollie Chandler has been very dI
k fotr some time. H-ope she will soona
in her usuail health.
Mr. Editor: St;pervisor Hill says
that the M'agistrates of Newberry
County cost us $J,600 last year, and
only returned to the county in fines.
$106. If this 18 correct the grandjury
should investigate the natter, and if
the Magistrates have done wrong let
them be punished for the wrong doing.
But that, is no reason the Magistrates
should be reduced to five in the county.
We believe, and we have consulted
quito a lot of our people, that there
should be one Magistrato and constable
to each Township. If we had no negro
population we would not need so many
Magistrates, but, with the large negro
population, it is necessary to have ona
NIagist.rato to each tow nsh ip. The vio
lation of farm contracts by tbe negroes,
the thefts con mnitted by them, and their
nimble use of the plistol and knife
makes it necessary to have some one to
restrain them. Then to make Not. 8,
(, 5, 3, 2 and I all get their law from
Newborry will iake a hardship on the
people they will not stand. If Nos. 7
and 4 have Magist.rates, every defend
ant has the right to change th a place
of trial to the nearest Magistrate, and
that will practleally make all the peo
ple in Nos. 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and I have
their petty trials at Newberry. When
negroes fight., steal or violate their con
tracts their employers have to pay the
fiddler, and if the constables do get
wages the cost will be cherged up to
the defendants and the farmers Will
hav to pay 410 ets. for a warrant, 40 ets.
for bond, $1 00 for trial, $1.00 for arrest.
5 ets. per mile for mileage. This, as
we understand, will be turned over to
the county. 1t will make a reduction
in taxes. but will increaso the burden
nea-ly 100 per cent. to the farmers.
Then the business interests of the
county needs a Magistrate to enforce
the colloctiovs, &v. Our country stores
do a considerable lien business, and if
cotton, on which they have a lien is
being run, they will have to go to New
berry to secure papers, &c., and by the
time they can get papers and secure
the serv-ices of the constable t heir cot
ton is gone. Just look at the matter in
a plain business way and you will see
that the idea is ridiculous to have all
the petty business of the county done
in town. 'I'le'l one constable cannot
possibly attend to the businesm. Mur
ders, violation of contract-s, thefts, &c.,
will escape and the law-breakers will
have a pienic. Lawyers will get more
work, and the imChants will have
to do double jury duty.
1llent,y rain, plenty 1 mud.
The 'otnaria publie road Is almost
imtpassable from here to Newlberry.
We do not doubt that the chain-gang -
does sonm good work on the highways
of the county, but we believe that some .
of tbe road overseers depe'id too aich
on the chain-gang and often slight their
section of road. Wo know of some see
tions of road that hasn't, been worked t
r some time, oter sect,ions merely
gone over. We hope tht the Legisla
t.urec will enact some good aroad law at
th is scos5ion
T1he town of "Sleepy H ollow" is pro
gressing lianely. Th'Ie store hotuse we
made atent,ioan of in a paevious issue is
comp iletedl, and another building is
ntearing comp)let,ion). Mr. WV. D.. Half
acr-e infoa-ms us that he has had other
apl)hlieat.ions for butild intg lots We
mteaan to keep puash ing forward, we have
aL saw mtill andl a grist mill near- us,
what. wve neeCd in a country town is di
veCrsifiedl indrtr~ties, we needl a black
smiith shop, (we aready have a she.
51hop) and a canning faetor-y.
Th is is a igh, healthy countray, with
plenty3 of good p,ure' water-, a soil peut
h arly- adapted to the growvth of nearly t
every-thi ng we need, the forests abound ,
in game, andl the streams team with
fishes, and with a whit.e, thr-ifty, and,
industious p)opuilation we sie noth ing
to hindea- tbe rapid growt.h of our baby,
We notiee from yourt last, issue that
"What Next'' slightly s-t down on
lHons. Miower-, lBlease and Evans about a
their- bill reducing thme tnmber of Miag- t
istr-at,es in Newberrmy Coutnty. in ourt ~
humbttle judgment,it-is a good bill, and 1
"W htat. Next." has ut terly failed to show a
its any3thing t.o thme contrarye, he says',a
"why make uis go to town to attend y
i'et,ty lawsuits" We say, why have so a
mny3 lawsuits. It is tmy candid1 0opin- '1
ion thlat if we had1( to travel 30 ot- 40 t
miles to attend such stilts it wouild be ~
ectt ea- tor- its. The con vet)niee of MIag
sttrates often bring on sutits, and' soe- t
>)f them encour-ago andl fostetr Iitiga
Aion, andu they areI ceritainly very e-x
)ensivye lutxuraies foi- thte tax pay3ers.
WVe br'oko baread with Uttcle Wado b~
det,zler int the Htroad tive VPseet,ton Iast
-htndaiy. UJrele Wade lives at, home,
utd k nows hmow to ti-eat hiis gutests.'c
Some of oura citizents wvant the Legis- f0
ature to) matke somte provision tot- the em
nan)ager-s of trimnar-y elections, they
voutld like to see a b)ili pabssed assessing 6
,e sutecessful cand(lidates a small sum
md giving the pr1oceeds to the man- i
get-s of pr-imat-y elections. M. G. PC
Mi rs. Michael Cutrtain, Pl.,n foeld, Ill.
it kes the statent that, eo cautgh't -Ji
old, which set tled ont her luing; she s'
ums treated for a mtonth) by hter family "I
bhysician, bumt g ew wo'rse. Hie told M
er shet was a hopeless victim of con- to
tmlption tad t hat to tmediciae coutld hat
urn' her. Hier druggist suggestedo Dr. gr,
sintg's New Dlscove.ry for Con- P1'
.tmxition; shq bought a bottle and naM
iner detight f-eund haerse.lf benefited tri
'Omt time fIr.st dose. SIte on. au
ntted Its unpe antd after tamkintg six bot- ii
es, foundo herself mounid and weoll; now f't
r>es her ownm housework, and Is as well tIl
she ever was. Ire trIal bottles of rol
dIe Great Dlscovery r-t. P'elhama's & N(
ob,erte t m&Gilder'sDIrug8Store. Large 50
>ttlen rlO nents a n nn O.
Blizzard gives no
Sign of Breaking
HOUTH ATLANTIO STATES FEEL THI!
Storm central Lost Night In Northert
Florida Extending Aloig Coast to
Washington, Feb. 12.-Weather con
ditions and general forecasts:
The anticipated cold wave hai
reached extreme northern Florida and
tonight covers the ontire southeri
country, except southern Florida. Ot
the Gulf coast the temperatures rengt
frotn 8 degrees to 18 degrees below th
freezing point. This morning the min
imum at Mobile was 12 degrees, at Now
Orleans 14 degrees and at Galveston E
degrees, and at Vicksburg I degree be.
low zero. All previous records for thc
second decade in February were broker
from the lower Missouri and middle
Mississippi valleys southward to thi
Gulf. Temperatures of zero or below
occurred in southern Texas and south
een Misalssippi and northwestern Ala.
bama. During the day, however, the
tem peratures h ave moderated decidedly
in the upper Missouri valley, the slope
region and the extreme northwest, and
are one more above zero in those dis.
tricts. From tha Oblo valley castward
the temperature changes were slight.
A storm is contral tonight in Florida,
the depression extending along the
coast to North Carolina, and as a result
heavy snows have been general from
Georgia to New England. Warnings
of these heavy snows woro distributed
Sunday morning in the Middle Atlant
ic States and No,, Englan'd. There
were also light snows, foll wed by
clearinv- weather, in the middle Gulf
States. E'Isowhere generally fair- weath
in t,he plateau region and on the Pa
citie generally rair wevther has con
tinued, higher temperatures. except
on the extreme northern coast, where
there were rains Sunday.
Snow will Continue Monday in the
Middle and North Atlantic States and
snow in the South Atlantic States, fol
lowed by clearing, except in Florida,
where there will e rai-, folflowed by
fair weather in the northern portion.
Snow is also indicated in the eastern
lower lake region; fair weather is in
The cold wave will reach Florida to
night, and freezing temperature may
he expected in thek northern portion by
Monday morning. Warnings to this
MYect were given the widest possible
.listribution Sunday morning. The
.old weather will continue .generally
n the Atlantic and Gulf States, but,
vith a tendency to moderate somewhat
n the west Gulf States. In the cen
,ral valleys, the upper lake region,
,he west and the northwest risinig ten
?eraturcs ar.e indiCated.
On the Atlantic coast brisk to high
vinds will prevall; north in the nor.h
win an(d northwest in tho'southern por
00o(d wave signals are displayed at
)harleston, Savan nah, Jacksonville
mnd Tampa, and storm signals en the
\.tlantic and1 Gulf coasts froem lCast,
1ort to New Orleans, except at Jupiter
nd Key West.
COLDEST OF IIE YEAR.
Atlantag, 66. Feb. 12.--Th is was the
oldest (lay of the year in A tlanta and
recordl-breakingt mar-k is expectedl he
ore morning. Snow fell last night
nd tonight the thermometer registered
ouri above zero. The cold was ticcom
anied by a wind which came up the
Lountains at a rate of 35 miles an
A gr-eat deal of sull'oring wits r-c
ort,ed, butt prompt) measuries of telilef
rere ttaken. In one house was found
he body of J. F. Spade, a white tian,
rhe had (lied dutrinig the night of pneu
ionia. wife and two childr-en were
rithout food and fuel.
TilE STORM IN FLORIDA.
Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 12.-A storm
f unuasual severity is sweeping acr-oss
be State of F'lotrida today, beginning
t Pensocola this mor-ning and tch ing
alis city tonight. Sleet ha'. fallen to
ne depth of two inches at Pensacola,
nd is falling here tonight. Trho sleet
halt an inch here and still falling.
ome anxiety Is felt, concerning the
ifety of cattle on the ranges in the
estern p)art, of tbe State, and mot-e
bout the fruit atnd vegetable crops.
ho tempieraturies trangedl at 8 o'clock
mnight from 14 degrces at, P ensacola to
at Key West.
The oranige belt is ns yet, not within
to freezing area.
Washington, Feb, i2.--Snow has
son falling in this vicinity for the
tat 30 hourS anid the prospects, ac
>rding to tbe wetather- bureau, ar-e
r a cont,inuance. F"or the 24 hoitrs
iding at, 8 o'clock tonight near-ly
yen inches fell, maiking a total of 21
10 incites duiring the past week. rThe
ather remains very cold, the ter
Dimuetr all day being mneaily the zero
A startling lnciint, of wlihi Mr.
hn Oliver of Phmladelphia, wa-s the
bject, Is narrated by him. as followvs:
was in a most dtradfutl conditlti.
9 skIn wat, almuost yellow,eaeas unmken,
igue coated, paIn cot.timnually i,
ok and shies, nio apphetite-.graduall3
'iwinig weaker day by dany. Three
. slitians hadu gien mue tip. Fortu
tel y, a frlitnd adtvise-d tryIng Elee.
i lit ter-s; aind Jo my gnt at Joy andl
-prlie, the- first bo, tte madtiie a deeldied
provenimn.. I countin,ueti theIr use.
thren weeks, atnd aum now a well
n. I knc wv thety usvedl m.y lfe, and
hed the grav,9 of anot her victim."'
Ones shoulti fdail to try them,tgt Only
ete per bottle'at Pelhamt'a & Robert
& Ghide/'s D)rug 8nam
SALE OF PANTS,
To close out balance
of winter pants we will
sell men's, boy's and
children's pants at a
big reduction $2.25
pants for $1.05; $3.50
pants for $2.78; $4,50
pants for $3,48; $5.50
pants for $3,98. A big
lot of children's knee
pants to be closed out
60cts pants for 42cts
85cts pants for 63cts
$1315 pants for 82cts
Our cut prices on
suits and over coats
still continue a lot of
medium weight over
coats for $3,98 worth
double the amount.
Come and make your
selection before the
sizes are broken.
o M Jamiesoq
The leader of low prices.
J. D. DAVENPORT,
(Ofme.under lawofmceof M. A.Carlisle)
I have just received
one hundred tons of
acid and fertilizers, the
old reliable brands,
Old Reliable Acid.
And the imported|
Call an<(l s'ee me1 before you
buy. Will save you mirOey.
J. D. Davenport.
- 1899 -
BUFFALO WHEELS :
- $40 -
The '99 Model -far
surpasses any Bicycle ti
ever built. N
Standard Equiptments on all the at
Ladios' Model fitted with large a
Iprockets and Aluminum Chain
)nard, makes the easiest running
wheel on the market. 8
Yale Wheels fitted with Dunlop(C
a Palmer Tires, an,
J. R. FAIR, Agt.
Newhnre, S. n W
50 PER CENT
Yes, that is what
many lines of go
All wool Dress Goods v
Now going at
Same worth 65c.. now
Same worth 75c., now
Same worth 85c., now
Same worth $1.00 now&
goods at half price,
On Capes and Jackets
more than half off.
Many other goods too
(Next Door to Per
ALL KINDS OF MAR
Metallic, Rosewood an
Service in this line
Next Door to Hera
NTEWBERRY, - -
Quality and Pric
All Gradles Cheaper thai
Save Money and Get tl
Send in i
Par tieutar A ttentior
NO. 2 PEIACHri
The vast and inicreasinig business n
ervico of thousands of experts which
lio ranks of the young people. The;
nd consequently live in luxury and r
mo from that class of the young peo
torary education. The aim of the
to prepare young ladies andi gentler
ookkceping, Shorthand, (Coi
Arithmetic and all C<
at apply diretly to the business afTi
o old timio copying methods(1 aro recog
d Shorthand coursos are the most iz
'st business meni. They seure and~
irt to finish. Our graduates atre full
sition and are supplied with places
oialty in securing our graduates go,
no in this mlatter. The collego has
y time. Board very cheap. If you
orthand education, send for our free
H. NEWBERAY. M. A. Pr..
we are offering
going at - 32ic.,
going at 371c.
going at 421c.
going at 50.c
f and all heavy woolen
we will give you a little
numerous to mention.
give you good
fld and News Office.)
RAILINGS, ETC., ETC.
d Cloth Covered Burial
Promptly attended to
Id and News Office,
- -- 8. C.
L O. P. Houss
I in both
es in the Line of
Wines and Beer
1 at 0. P. Houses ! You
te Best by Buying of UiE!
Paid to MaiI Orders,
IA, S. C.
torprisos of our conu:t ry reqcuiro the
must constanitly be roornited fr< m
r' always receive the l-.-gost salaries
'Iluonen. But these recruits mDust
pIe who have a good business and
non1 for- just such places as these.
mnercial Law, Commercial
irs of life, are thoroughly taught.
nuized in our School. Our Business
odern and are endorsed by our
hold the students intorest from.
y qtjalified for holding any business
whenever deosirod. We 'make a
)d positions and will not be out
io vacations. Students can enter,
are interested in a Business or
catalogne, mentioning course de
*. - -COLUMBIA. 8. O.