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E:. 11. Al til,~ l'ar1roe.
PAV YOUR S1it('tII1'TION.
Th1c IIeraldl and News expects every
su.riber to pay -o1n thing on his sub
scr"i1pt,in, if it, is no0t, paiti inl advtance
already, betweena this liune and the end
of the year. We do not. want to be dis
appoiltel. \Ve need the minon!y. Do
not wait for s0iome ole to hunllt yol 11)
and dtin y'out, butl, if yout owe for your
pape1r, walk aroaI to the oflice and
Show you' appreciat ion by tnaking pay
naent.. Let this be sullicienlt notice to
\Ir. ). A. G. n)zts has finlishedi his
firt -er"ies of letteis exp!o-in;.; what le
terin- hlve i-en mi-takte.. in t he man
atg' lelt of the dispen-:ary. Thelit ler
aldl and New.. huae publlishedl and wVill
continue to p ubl1I1h his -ltatemienlts so
that. the reaer wilol does not have aceess
to the IaiIly I'a t0r.' Ii y keel up wit.h this
matter. In the papr'r" la,t Thur.
dlay Mr. .. 1)ndlley 'ischh'n. of tilie
Stat lltoatrdt trf".'onltro!. had at -tatemnlt
in whitlh he -ay- i' ill reply to the
chiar;.'c- of M r1". (,uZts. ''here is ill ourl.
jud( nn12lut '.er little in what \lr. ()uzts
his l l in -a " ul no lore was atihlIed
to i t b y ab'u.i ve tep!i th e t . A1 r. Ihl:tel
dln will not .sitrcn;then his Io-ition by
abu-iu:w Mr. () It.1-. Im public is no(,
interestel in this tirade of pcr-onll
a'1;, . I f thc"rec hrt- h,-tn iir m,na g t
nlcnt, and c\ven ra-ettlity', -talc thle
tac1- plinly am e"Ilarly, ad n fu1nish
the proof, ano the pele arc dliscrimli
it.ilig enotthl to arrive at. pIrolper and
\lr. >uz,ts' statemte!'ts andt charges
lo:.e force illn the fact that, he < l ilt
to have know n aboult, themt for : cveral
years, but did nt ' 'ay anyt,hinl; about,
t htem nil be list o thejob il- h:d.
The whole thin,' wvill in> loubht rc-uit
in thc le islatm-e applointing at ctom
inittt'c with inteltip-ee and n!'rvu to
il ve gate t ihe ilu;in,ge leI. of the il ls
Ien:;ary, alll if there hats leen Vrong
tit)in+.; la, i' t whereKII'It it, prtopctrly he
longs. \ onIIimittee that will do no
w.h ite waein rg and wrill have no enc
mIIies to puitni 1h and ( no frictl:h to re
A't t ie i etcel, of these nltter., n1p
onl t,be disp ensary -;y-tten, Ihere i:; dif
ferencee ol op inion. Tj'ie enetiesof the
sy'tstenm are dite-hItd heta1-e they
think it mecans its dtownfalb, while the
friends tiink it, will onl,' strengthen it.
.1 ust as well say the in t-tigatioin of the
}lenitenitia'y woul meani its uiowIfall.
l'eeall;; dishontlle-t InenI get, inl cbarge
of li lnst itttion does not arglt ainr;';111st
the illsltition. The mlemlbers of the
Legislature will olit doubt see if some
ilp'ovenlts cannot he Illde in the
IIlw, but it is not, likely that the' ltn.
will soon he abotlishedl. It, ha., nlaty
The cas we agin.ti, ex-Conti isIfIie.r
gh>ut,.hit ii tic ee heard next Tusidy
fand in ith~.'e meant ime,ll Mr. Dohiot,
stays I in ini allsIe charg utol t State
lt. elei o isO suceliveisor. lIi
When wl e readbu lthe ar'tiills of Mr.
it/.ll ad Mr. t aIeldenawe a lmos 1 t re-li
r. ,batc hals bIiien( ablished,
for111i1 it wieire not, ple wl nat,
loiht. Wi to not, I belieel in personal
fabu, tat, tlcongI range tr thro 11uddh
atu a,i go toh his'.cetdd it..av That
fas ihe llI malyouse toil 1 tl pursu .
Alr. IAltci has1 als >i mad an abi ot ust
ilsome tn Sto s.t I,tillear C toil s, WiSoi
far,y thatithey are ll trig .l to l muddy
thewter w it.he aus, let usban theol
facts absnt then tepleSwillI wote rest,.ii
liThe peohera ofynod wsC~ hich has jeter
tallsed atil bSt. Luk's ts tcont y, wasa
very tdelghtul. meting. onlyo thee
miisetswoians ofareli' in th rolt
were 0110n and the sess5~ins were har
mIlokious dpesant. i edil i
The apeoplte oftis lecmmuit-ey ente
theyned the' tbody onlya the fpeople
bart sectionls of tountr ind l,his State
and-ne a f th Ue mot6i propeb. s
smokt thoeso elc hie andtins
cashiitl acout li e etrly ex-i 1011
thy neede for Sth elr ony that thrm
adfarmersl' of0t,hOiskindt alas havtie
too 'cshnd are( arIelyo it debtlIlS
but wntheyo enjtoyed th maeten,in
and muh tsyeve held.m herOll
oThioe Stat t newspapers htlhe
notspubsr corespondbueie r.'isoetti
atocpersona afn nt abuseit olune.
Weothough ind ca eached nhate poit
long ag. The Noli lIfs noetinres'td
itheselrr me ca.lingoe aote ameso
papur wands the fact fthey hagven them
adwithas n thse ca'norm tha on
Mro. Nublsh ohes butisv batw.- hena
Mr.ie in W.toheyh retired from
th4or eod emd tago
papr,an w rgrt e asgvnu
SOlov'I'liO1' MIesweenley will not give
alny attention wiateve' to the! suIgges
tion of Nir. (uzts as to the reInovat of
the State I3oatrd of Control. ()f course
he has no power in the prelnises, and
whatever he inight propose would be
"ut.itra vires,'' its the Iitwyers terin it,
but the (overnot has been aetitg with
good iiiseretionl in, reference to dispen
sinry matters since he went, into ollice,
antid the people of the State nay expect
himu to keep) ilp the reCord. lr. Ouzts
says now that he wanted li .e (;over''nor
to exatine the charges, and if he found
then to be true, to reqtuest the resigna
tioni of the members imuplicated by hiiln,
antl ihat publtic opinion wooli force
thei to coiuply. ''his is simply rtidieu
lous, and <hi,t; will find out that, Iis
bird shot arc net so destructive as he
itnagines. -(;reen:ille llountatineer, (e
toher 21 st.
'.I'he boardt i.: the creation of the Leg
islature, and the :o%erI.or has nothing
to do with it any mnore than he has with
any other State oficer. The ("over-nor
will (I) his duty il this as in all othber
imatters, and the people iinay depend on
that., and lie will do it without fe:r or
''he )arlingtoiia'i has been sol to
NIP. W. E-II':ene ( 'ooi formerly of I'nion
and will lie moved to Iartsville. ('ol.
I.. .l. I riston has retired froni the news
paper btlsiness and will enter the iin
istry after linishiing his I.tudiies at the
Sim'iiiniarty at ,olUisvillu, Ky. We wish
all parties gltit stes
\\rs \ 'i lia I). \'ouin_1 ha.- takelt
entire control of the I''airfax -iiterprise
and is now edittr ind proprietor. The
lierald atuil Nws(' 110IO slie iluty ha 'e
Btravo Mion Falll.
\'iel'+nis to stolllaclh, liver atni kidney
I ronbit ., as well ts wolnen, anitdc all
feel the rIestiIs in loss of itli) et ', p)ois
onS inl the blood, backehe, nervuus
ness, hwadiaehe and ired, listless, run
liiwn iellitng. l3iut, there's no need to
feel like that. I.iste 1 to .1. (lardne',
Idatville, Ind. lie says: "I-:leetrie Biit
(rs aire just It thing f'our a atita when
he is all run (i' wn, and dton't tare
wheltht r he li ves or di: =. It did titore
to givo ilie r:tw sii'llgibi iald gooditl no
li'tite than aiythiig I eoutld take. I
('i Cat mllylthingf anld have a new lease
011 life't' Only 5(1 vents at aill 1)ruf;
S tores, IHvery t,ot t Ie giuranteed.
TO'i( BE, Fi(1":it DEL:,1vICVR <N A[E,[, sTrAt
1:'it It Mi
('11.1n1K in i,unw A p pllt" Only to Smuth.
(Sp'eial to the Stat.e.)
(Irangebirii, Octobr 12.-''here be
in;g several imliortiant coltraets for star
roulte nutil ser'vice conveying in this
country. I ~it frint Con gressnialn
Stokes the inforulattiont in reg ardl to
the ehatige recenily nide by the ost,
ofliee dlutnlent, relating to the star
roite in the State. ltienee the bidders
for" str roulte contracts inusI, include
the fri'e mail seI'viee talso, a s this set'
vice will be requlirt'd without any extra
inIipensation over and above the ereg L
W ith this infniiaat ion anil intclligent.
aetion on tbe iat ; f our' local biddecr-s
+hould1 capture somle of the cont,raets
at lirst hand, and not be made to pay
tributo to tlt- foreign contractors, who
1istkee te lit, withouC'Si t ien
he fti'ttim teef t tosil5 hand cn
aetd upon sthe3 te li e whleeio hs tII 0ken
alieh'ldtns apnt our it' p'i pephth i tyrove
for i.e htsian il is sotrad: littbl one
it, ils.e l'tou~'11 it Sthr ir ote
lookss ftorst itg lleli busiess has exI
nerchatt, and' ft ur cnt)it'llprisperit,y is
th'leycocr vtit'oif n atliil!.p h
EXliHol' ttun tihty nel NighySthr
Theil hsle t ated nli'htles litle Sthing
t'ihat everwas t) nuiideslDr. KiLng'sll Now
Lii fe NPitll. Ivery ilL i ti ugr-vned
globtil by hth, thl at IICanges wlek
n'et' intto stietht irslnes it e
itity.11 'rin-ll 'sito(I ienl week er.o
1(hey're1( iineful ted buldans fro the
heSltllOn l 250 pe bwxill by allti
Ext csiond.te 'Itilii l on y Iuhen
ornl Hailway Sonll PhiipiaI) I accountiof
theNl'at ionl lixpot, Exosit.lon11 av ie
poveni very (rai'lt,eive, 11 tan h treilc
Nort bi tis popt(llulare \i'ehak be
hlls ad Thusday ts teachlweek wilm
thyd 1 lus150 cLIi. admtitl isn to' Ip. i
'1'n nda eliinlit,e :;V dayuu r m d te
Ttie Sotuit.ern oHailhway eoo will niu
1al0 (If e,hese low I tratel ut Nov P 23dCll t
nioI bicefos hever t to elmthetd be
yod . 2d.I UThoist'e.ol ln
'1ferin. double da,ilericebetwee
NRt,h and Wouhite iigCr
Onsrion Sets, adtruhPlc
Redhi sCtlonanrN, Luorn. n
Lawnos cotea in th istrip
pos le ch eaphr Ap>iat
n r eor ,htdug toe.dr
Till LUTIHEICAN SYNOD.
T(I,1 Iatnss r Tritnincne ' by I Lu f litrti
M inlMrR 14nntl Lny 1L("11e,Ht' Iin Con
ven.tIou ANH( h,,14(1 ut1 St.
St 1,uko's, S C, l.riday, ()et 20, 1U91.
)evotional exercises were conducted
by Iev .1 .1 Giaichon.
Ievs Z W Hedellbaligh, .1 II \y ilson
and W 1 Sliglh were atppointed at comn
mil,iee to formulate at new plan fot
Revs Z V Iledenbaugh andl 11 .J
Aathias, and S I' (eorge were colisti
tutedi it commllit-tee to nominate spe-akc
ers for tbe next uneeting of Synod.
Adjourned with prayer by tev Z W
The mis4ionatry service was conduct
e(1 by I ev M G C Scherer. Excellent
add(('s;es ol m1iss101 were delivered
by Itevs A .1 1Bowers and O II She(a
ro'e'-C. Adjourned with prayer by I ev
I'rof A\ .1 Blowers.
''he afternoon session was opened
with prayer, led by I iev Al Al Kinard,
AIr Wml I' Ilonseal. muuaaing editor
of the Ibilthean Visitor, was accorded
the privileges of the lloor to present the
claimus of the Visit,or. Mr IE I Anill
was accorded the sm11 e privilege to
speailk in behalf of the IAutheran Publi
\ I1iiInber of conunittees reported.
An interesting Iet,ter was read f'm
ite r Al Margart, of 1batesville, A1a.
A letter was read fromt I.Ov N I)
olldie, d egate from th(e o( t ,, la
Syno(1, expres'sing his regret a1t being
unable to attend .tile neeting of this
body, and bearing th1e fraternal gree:
ings of the Georgia Synod.
IIolly Grove, 1 ichland Counrty, was
received into mnembershtip in the Synod.
The following were lected directors
of the Theological Scininary:
lRevs S'1 lTllalla, 1) 1), MI M' Kinard,
PIl 1), Mi C C Scherer, I1 A AcCul
lough and J If \Wlson, and .J It' Gilckcn,
C Wilbuirni, Dr O 11 iMayer, A I) Hlalti
waniger, .1 C Seegers.
The following, recommended by the
committee on 'astoral I)istricts, was
''hat Orangehurg, Trinity and I-llo
t"uC in Or"angebu"rg (Counllty, and l'ultaw
ville, in Aiken County, const,itute a
''hat Colony, Ileth .:'de lnd West
Emud, Newberry, constitute at pastorate.
That St Mark's and Foet, Motte make
arrangements il COlnectlolti with I'ine
'I'hat St. Stephen's, Il'exington, con
sLitute at pastorate alone.
'1'hat MlIlrndon, 1'etk, be admit,tcd
into the: liet,hel pastorate.
''hat, ite following churches make
t,hei' own arrangements for pIrcohi ng:
Bethlehem, Nazareth, St Matthew's,
I'isgah, 13ethel, St 'e'er's, Pro.idence,
an(d St .1ohn1's, in Lexington County,
and Stl ames, Mt Olivet, and Bachneum
i Newberry Connty.
Itoy Prof W K Sligh moved that, a
commit,tee be appointed Lt take under
considerattion the pastoral districts and
report at next meeta:g of Svnod.
Theli follow ing wee el(etd spealkers
for' 111( neoxt meet,ling of synod:
Missionariy a<(idre(3ses-Revs J A 11
I'Xdu1cationa1 3l adresses- I 'lv K Iloldt
Id Ml G ( Schereri.
Or'd inat,ion ser-mon-Ievs Ml Ml Kin
Itrd, IPh D), princi3pal, lleov S (3 Hllen1
Snilable1( re3soltions were'( pre'tsente1d
m31 1he3 dent,h of 1'bev Ii 1 Berry, whlichl
it was resolved 111 that Wit,1sunday and3(
he1( second1( SuInday inl N ovemberi be
.1esignaxted 31s (days for reCciving mis1
iiOnarty (3fIeings. Al so, thtat one1 Sun 1
lay ini ea1ch1 mon01th be deCsignat.ecd by aill
sunday113-schIools as M isionar'y Sun rday,
11nd tha31 onl 11ha1 SunIday 1)0he1 children
o es5pecia1ll ddre(ssCd 0on 1110 subject
f insions, aind offer'ings be( taken foxr
Rev J A Morchtead, of 1,h0 Semuinar'y,
,VaIs ma3de an1 adlvisory memb11 er of Synod.
(Closed with pra'3yer by IRcv J1 H Wil
Re Hc JI. Mathia3s conlduCcd 111e deOvo
TheIl following were' eleted thie Exe
stilve Comilttee of Missions: Reva3 S
1.' Hllmanllf, D) D, WV K SlighI, Z W lie
lCenbaugh1, M G G. Schecrer, (tnd (Geo 11
3rOoer, W P HIousclI, A (G Wise, \Vm
Th'le treasurr made11311 the1r re~Pports.
Rev Prof J1 A Mor'ecead, Pre'sident
i the The)lologica1l Semi nary, v'..1s ae(
ordedi t,he prliIeges of the flhoor' to
pea3ik In behllif of t.he lust.itt,ion. Ho
va4 Inltroduiced by Presidont WVingar'd
n1 a1 beauIttiful mannerlOl. Theli speafkor
resenOited fa1cts 'oncernitng the Semi
aryP inI a1 praIctical, poinlted way, and
avwo South Calrolina3 much credit for
he0 part 81h0 has1 takeno in cst,ablising
ld malintaiing thei institution.
Adjourned with prayer by Roy J H1
Tho aifternioon session was opened
v'Lit payer by Roy J G Gr'aIcn.
T.Ihe followinIg worO reC-ClOcted treoas
Trecasulror of Synod-A II Kohn, Co
Treasu811rer of 1Bachmanl1f Endowment,
"tund-Rov C P Doozer, Eitherldge.
Freasureri of Sominary Fund--Otto
'lcdoman. .lr~, Charleston.
Treasurer of Children's Missionary
ioolety-'Rev M M Kinard, Ph1 D.
An electilon for delegat'., to the Gon
ra) Syn( , to moot at Winston-Salem),
1 C. nlOXt yoar, resulted as foltows:
PiIncipals-Rdva J HI Wilson, E A
Vingard. D n. S T i[allman. n n, W m
I edenbuglh, \1 Mt Kinard, I'h 1), K
Ili:ldt, .J WV Iiorin , ( I I' Iiaoz r.
Alternates -lt(vs .1 A Sligh. .1 A 1I
Scherer, I'hl I), 1 O .1 Ki(eS, 5 C Ial
lentine, A .1 Bowers, .1 (; (;raiehen, W
Principals--V 1' Ilouseal, J 1" Pick
en, .1 ( S'ge ris, (;co I3 (;rorner, A I!
Kol,. I) lioozer, I, 11 A\ul), .1 \y .en
A I teroates .1 I) ( 'apIlenan, ( ) It
Mayer, Geo I) Ita't, II t l''olk, .1 C 11
Claulssenl, A ( \Vi:c, .1 \V I)reher, \V 1'
The following we "cho s(n to replre
selit the South Carolina Synod at sistei.
Georgia Synod -Itev M\I () .1 Kireps,
principal; IRev P'rof A .1 1Rowers, alter
North Carolina Svio -( I ev J II Wii
ion, 1)rincipal; IRev I' A \Vingrard, 1) 1),
'To ''ennessce Synod Iiev Z V I e
dlenbaugrh, principal: lIto% It .) Mathis,
A vote of thank; was tendered to the
iolle of the ch ieh and community
for thei'i kind hosplitality.
There were live inlvitationls forl the
next, meet,inl of Synoi, froni beneer'
chureb, (oluii.a: I ,ithc) Clape',
I,eesville: St ,tlattiew's, Orangebur-g
County: St Stephen's, I.exinugton; Holy
I-in ity, I,ittle Alountain. lIienezer
chur'1-h wars :i-leceted. Time, Wednes
day b)efo,re the fourth Sulndlay in ()cto
hor', ISi(), at, 1) a in.
''he following Ioaid of Trustees of
Newbherry ('olle.e was elheted.
i'ili TE.:lM L:NOI(; 1!)t2.
lIcv \1 ( (; Sce'rer, Neverr'y: Thos
\W Ilollovay, I'onla'ia; Geo I) lIast,
l-aigle]: HIev S 1' I ialni:1n, I'ros)erity:
O 1 Sctiun)lpert, N,2 wI -rr', : Honl .1 1"
Iick n, ('lat-i(:ton: i lon .1 ( Seegers,
Columbia: Wim A iIoseley, I'roSpurity.
F'OlR '1'I':tMu I-:NI\,N ; 1)0.
A it Kohn, ('liumlbia: . \V .Jenny,
Jenny; I ev V ( Sebaiie'r, Savaninahl,
Ga; 1lion1 1 .1 l'ope, i N ewherr'y: l tev C '
lBoozer, I-:the.-idie: ltl"v .1 1) 13owles,
Coronaea; .1 I) Capplean, (1, (;la.
leston: .1 l Wingarud, I,exinglon.
FORl TIMItM .;N'DiN: 1i)i.
IRev J A Sligh, Sligls: 1)11 Wheeler,
Newberry; L, S l1owe' s, li'rosl)erity;
Itcv Z V liedenbaugrh. l'rosperity;
Gco S Mower. Newberry: R;'v l': A
WVingard, Columbia: .\l l.:Ei rd, -'sq,
I exington; I)r O li layer, Newherry.
The conniittee to redii::tri('t the 'on-'
ferences reconuurnded that t' h, chu1nrelh
es 10w coiprisinrg tIi 'h-"l(ston Col
feneiuce he trau:,fcr,1 to the ()eange
burg C'onfiri 'ei. .\opted,
Her.I ' mn ;rennu ar"'pIort of
his vi-!it, to, t'le ( .": u 1: n ted.
T.Ihe cO l!:I r! ': l)li ' 1)ia(l r''g:'et will
heC1 efor".( (; " :; h t)'co 'ivinen llueml
Adj 11. .ith pra: r I' it.-v 'T V
She + ". . .. : Io i i'w Liit clos;d
at t." c nes. , :I o(f nlib .tion :ervi(es
tOns i"ti o . 1 :'l , Fp.
ii dad tn .-es 1'. _i I. a-,
lor were or'dinedC to the ho1k ly n asty.
AL thec same hour an open air' service
was helcd in thec grove near the uead
miy, Rey .1 II Wilson preachinog
in t..he aft ernoon a Luther fi,-ac
service was held. Rev' T1 W Shiealy de
livee a'F(1 t.lhught,ful, forceful alddrFes.
oin t.he subjet~ of "Le1cvit,y~ ini iiacried
thl~inigs,"' spe'akcing especially concern
ing mlarrFiage. thle iinister'y, ihe Sab
bathl anud the Churchtel.
Thel0' ) "Dimod .11ubilee"''of the S mthLI
Carolina Syn'od hlas come1 and gone. Ii
was a suiccessful meeting. There wias
an aIlmost~ full attLL,ndance of eler'gymenci
and1( lay delegates. Thiere were g.ood
audiencees every day. Yesterday, Suni.
day, thle attendance was ver'y large. To
the popl)e of St Luke's it has be"ii t.
'occasionl of pleasu re and pr'ofi.
-- -. - A. II
it ls certainly gratifying to ihi
lI I to kno o13Wf onel cOo'ceirn in Ithe I
whlo are not a fraid tio be gent..ron* i.it
nleedy 31andOt suffering. 'lhe p)rot, ii
of D)r. Kilng'a New Dlscovery' f,i ('
51t.im pition, Coutghis and .C'olds,
given awvay Ioer te:n miioniit ma
tICs of t his~ 3.rIeat m ied ii;-am.
te sil sfactiIotn of knomiwting r I
QEio'ly ('ur"(d tho(iiuads of 1'
cases(. Aisthtua3,3, Br'onch,it is, ' I
11 ' s anit mill dIliiea"ie of t he
Chesit ando 1,ungs are su rely m
It. CallI on al DII ruiigi, a nd g,
ICver'iy tiottle guatran teed', or pI.''
(1all at E dw. R. D i pp's
for High Grade Guan
D. O . B. MAYIlLR IS UltigIny
- nomhinatedl as a candidate for' re
cletIon as Mayor' of Newbe'rry
N OTION IS I HEEIY GIVE'N
that the Blooks of Registration foi
tihe Town of Nowborry, S. ('., are .no,v
open, and t,he undersigm:d asi Super
visor of Registratbon for said town,
w ill keep said books lopen evory day'
(Sundays oxcepted), from 9I a. mn. untll
3 p. mn., utntl and including the 4th (lay
of December, 1899.
JNO. C. GJOGOANS,
Supervisor of Reogistr'ation.
Santom~ber 13, 1809.
Of Il.o Col(lloll of Thu Ncvicrr'y Sayiligs
BalK of Newbcrry, S. C,, at ille Clos
of Blsilic.s Scitcilicl 30, 1899, Fllll
lislicl ill collfulIllity with all Act of ii
IBills rrcei val r... .............. $1.14,-i17 7
Prurniture and l'xtns . 1,:300 00
I)n w fr<ttu o!hI, -r I u 1 . ... :1:i.o: G :l:l
(o!--t i n :W e . ... ... 10 1 75
U tv:"nh-"ft' 5.m:rt"<l .1mid in
Cash oil ha l .................... ::i,:: 97
( apita .............................. $5 ,(1 0 0)
I'roliLs Ivss .ex inses paitl... I1,1(1! :ti
rDiv idends utnl,airl......,........ .IS:i 00
Cah it"r' check out
standin; r........... 2'5 I:i
I3ank p(IlosiIs...... :5 N 8 I
utlividlal clrle o.4
its................... . ,5i:; 21 --$1''-,625 1
lHills n-'able ..................... : 15:3':
I'crsor ally app lar-i i folre me, .1. !.
Norwood Caier of above tain-d
lank. who bein!.t ruly sworn, says 1lhe
above st'ttenent is correct to the best
of h is k now l 'd;_e and belief.
.1. I. NORWOOD, ('ashier.
Sworn to before inc this third day of
(e;t'rer, I S99.
W. C. Tvin.:i', |i. sj
A ttst: N. I'. -'on S. ('.
0. Mlrl. 110iM..ms
In Car Loads.
We have just recoive(1 a car of the
Well Known White Hickory Vagons;
also, a car of 3eggies, which we will
sell cte:p. If in need of a Vagon
or Buggy, it will pay you to call and
get, our prices boforo making your
punrchaso. Wo buy in largo lots, pay
cash, discount our b)ills, which on.
ales us to sell First Class Goods at
low price.,. Como and see us. \Vo
will take )leasluro in showing yoU
what wo have. We guarantee every
Vagon and Buggy to give out ire
sat isfact ion.
We h ve n w instoc
knw haeit Soensfok
this Fall and Winter,
Vici, Calf, &c., &c. Kid
Lined, Cork Soles,
the dryest and warm
est Shoe made. The
newest Lasts and
Styles. The~ Excelsior
Shoe Co. mraking the
largest line ofBoys' and
Youths' Shoes in this
In ladies' shoes we
carry the fullest, most
complete, and up to
date stock in the city.
We have all widths
and sizes in the newest
lasts and toes. H eavy,
serviceable welts to
the lightest, dressiest,
Ask for the Regina
our beautiful specialty.
Rubber Shoes for the
million, first- quality
COME AND SEE US.
iWe lead the market
ilow prices for Shoes.
No doubt you are in
of these figures as you
For Tailor-miado Suits for L.adi(
fihan our liadios' Cloth and B;roatdcl<
81.00 --grat valuo. Also a beauitifu:
mores, &e., all grades. \er\ I rotty
anod all t ho lower priced 1)r -s (.iotsI
Poriiaun1' 1flnnols, at.8 .!e. to I2 ... I'
Full stock of Undorwear, Corsets,
Big stock Ladies' Wraps, ( ipes a
on the mnarket. Ladies' ready mado
tractivo and chea p.
In the l)oiuestic 1)oli ti:imont we h1
lest (olorno(I lo1ns1p;us tt e. 10.i
Sea Islands at -1!.., and tho bottor or
In oulr Shoo )epmritmeut wo havo t
soo themit. Carpets, Mattinlgs and li
1)on'fl al to oo outr Clothing. Nc
can buy from us as low as whon cottc
Full ;lsock Buttorick Pat torus, and
"Sing their own praise."
T'he ST1I.EF is the Piano to buy;
it has ro EQUAL FOR TIE MO
NE Y, a' you save I he MiOddlemni's
profit and it will last a lifetiue; but
we hav1e several birgainis it other
We have taken im. exchango for
Stiefl's Two Ivers & Pond Pie nos,
ono, tho finest st.ylo tlhat fin maui
factures and it is almost new. If
you want this imako hero aro bar
gains. CHAS. M. STI E ,F,
io lanufacturr, Raltino e,
Mrland. Factory 1,ranch Ware
room, 2? North Tryon Stroet, Char.
lotte, N. C.
C. IH. WIL MO'1_. Manager.
FiNE Tuxio. Palace Organ-.
We are now
ready for the
School Bookt Trade.
Come before the
25th to avoid the
rush. All School
Strictly for Cash.
"-'6 IF YOU WANTH '-I
1(NTVJCKY- VI WliY'
OPDER IT FROM ETCY
SEND US$3.9 AND WE WILL
SHp OU 4 FUJLL QUARTS
OP~ THlE CELEBPATED OLD
0ER pesa alO yg,
(To any point in U.S. ta..t of Denver)
without mnarks indicatinfj contents:
AUG. comDtwtY & CO.
-' N9 231 W. MAIN ST. ry
LO U IS VI LLE, K N TUCKY.'
~ST. 1848 - PepeRfNCE~ -ANY L.OCAI. BANKl
L. MI. XPEER,
All kinds of' Marble anid
Also Metallic, RosewoodI and Cloth
Caskets and Cases!
service in th!s line promptly attended
to day or night,.
text Door to Herald andl Nows OfIleOV
GWBEBRY, . . .
hurry, but read a few
run, and you will not
s t horo it noliing prettier or clieaper
th), 50 inches wide, at 50c., 75c., and
Covert Cloth at. t0c. erges, CnHh
I'laids for skirts at 25c., :Sc. and 50c.,
, too 1mitnerous to m11entit,n, including
+reatlos (. to 12c.
ad J atcket+, pretty and cheap a1s any
Skirts from 75e. to t;'0. Very at
aivo good Colored liomes)unrt at 4e.
ncht 1oe1lle;,liitms at Sc., Drills at Sc.,
ho greatest. values yet. Don't fail to
gs, low a1s the lowest.
use pai ing high prices when you
11 was' 4e.
subscriptions taken for Delineator.
On its 40th anniversary
July 26th, 1899. the
Equitable had on its
books outstanding as
surance for ONE BIL
The Assets exceeded TWO
II UNI)REI) and SIVENT.PY
MII,I.ON )OLLA IS.
Its surplus was more than
SINTY MILLION DOL
Both Men and Women at the
It is perhaps the strongest
Life Assurance Company on
[t writes any kind of policy
thie assuredI may want.
CALL ON or WP.TE to
For Rates and Plans.
WOffice under New
We have come here
to do business, and pro
pose to do so at
guaranteeing fit and
workmanship. We will
handle a full line of
the latest designs in
Foreign and Domestic
Fabrics, to which we
invite your inspection.
$COTT & CARI.SON,
TOWW TAX [IOTICE.
NOTION IS H EREBY GIVEN
Nevihdtt til folloiag -tae have be
r1 1st,9,h the TonC
~or ato r ork an . mi
Iror opera Hlou--------2& mill
The o.. -. """--'--.-------- 81mls
boo 8 ti ill ho 0openfed for te col
laylof 'etb eabove tax es on the 201h
le o Jntil the201899, aind will be kept
v.unalty 291 day of November
er the~ 2th fil tfX In arreare f..