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They Dedicate their Beautifl
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pa1 tnl .l in, a. i prn lgt . titv. e t .\. ih
ft ie lij t l of Iis hiilt' . ' "i w tS
l' t' :nat) ' -i-tted it Ihe vi\cetit
ho... \\'. it l we of lhth \ie.Ih it
wbarh it al o )rtTer't atol toot an
tri\d l1;u'1. T e t d i t tory e in
w h esre atl1-e y et h1Y .I A'.lt . . Ihonut"
1 tlb, e it tr t-' tlwI Iia tti,1. ('iluriI'r.
Thi cou . vth ry Ic l m lul , noy\I
i1v i11-' Il tr: ' t)Il '.'"t',' Ilit II I t 'i't 'llIt, a tBil
o\;e- a !Iin Iatica tinours alldmeia.
bi :lty d 1. men ousio. Oie
l1lt' tih. IotIti It t ht ' lont. u:itt. 1'
Tuomtt pit \\ ithet w cit rit, hul
:iv' it a' tw ithit a fill re rt of tI
'rind, :tnd l t r it'' ioge lite ratL
oeingprehttse, d ve y rted wht
other, nt. l \et btra h.t' \vII
'il' I.l'.\ttsN t:Y 11i. It)1.\ti.
thsngloas. and 1 -likt in themtL
beieting couse rathtin, sa the ruebe
or. tha:, teurh a them bast n thi
orindo-h who ve aspited themino thi
anod wit:h. h\in bhalf to thae rea
andotheod tht ignitavn therieg
heand o helo Itof thiod ulpit Thu
aicre mh:ik of yuor e toelp tht y
haveireth-tyot arnd inhuoln thbeaut
meetings hofB G'orhip Ave yo han
gient tiswrkiayGo iv
"" a uihitl o heth tin s h
road your father drove tup to the Saie
sp ot atd hitched to the aittnl0 Hiwin;;in,
linmh, andl with his lIandl in your hand
you wet to thle spring or to the well
andi got, i (rinlk of water, and then
Went inl andl sang Iolrether in the old
neetling honse. This morning as your
ilt1 goes back to the first Iietipng
house that you ever sit' , atnii the Iirst.
Imet!eting hIulise that you ever entered,
ats you elose your eyes and t,hink of It,
it stantd, beforte you just its it did then.
in its stite form- the scitts i-r-angedl in
the stnle way, the old pIuIit, in the
:ame11 end of the house with the window
litblintl it. Andi t.here inl the itmen Cor
lit".r sat the old nen Itat aged women,
-Iltd on the front, seats sit certainl tuenl
iid womlent you r-colleet Ihow they
looked. It al com es leforo yoiu this
morning ats an imipressiveantl be"autiful
pictutre neVt' to be faded from youlr
mnary, I t has h eerome at satredl place
and ,olemnu as"otiations galhert abhoutt.
it. We somietimetis hate to think of the
t ht lueeting houso beinit torn down.
W\'e e:mu symp athize with that feeling,
and t we aptpr'eiate it.. Some of the
young people rise ul in rebellion somte
ilmies and say this old neeting place
0annoot. he toin aside to give piclaeo to it
niw% one. MIy grandfather eane here,
it-re I sit wii hi my brothers and sistirs,
Ii-re I lir,t, heard the song;s of pr"aist',
here I e-dt it tit Iirst, sermon, andl i
cannot hiar io think of this house being
torn down. I hit. the old nmust, frequent
Iy give way to the ntW, and there on
Ilt - atne 'lpot. will ris' at mor"e beauti
fn iitilite anti inre tonivtnient and
emuodlotious buibtling, and after th e
first shotk we rejo'et and lraise the
I,trdl that he has - it it into the h .rts
of Ite leolle to htntr him11 ini Ipultt,ing(r
kil at intt meetin;; houase.
'The I.ord-'s house, we love
aId t hink of it as hIi s --built for liim,
tied;ealtd to Ii utli. ilere we inret L Iitu
lit has luromisetlo teet I Iis people
he-re. I1e haits nlet, lhemn here andl here
we unett with lis people -thost! who
love iiIm and those whit, hi' lietve in 1111im,
runtl Iert" wo wor.,hip Hlim. We miay
w\t-ship l iti anywhere. A\itHe st"
hiht',e Ity ,iiet' s well allil !.Iketd to tItL
woman,111 of Saar-ia and sel. isked lim,
intit wte wit'slthip in .lt i'saltui or onl
the ,t untain -. .le.us taught" her a
:,It t tiot', ti t (odl can he worshil -
il I hoth I rt taalt"ni'l a t i tie n u lu
tain s. ('ot is atr i r ntitn they ihat
wors t im Itl n ist wvorshipi t liem in
It irit aini in t ll . 'ot mni-y he wtr
I p liii tl an iwhere, it li house or in
ttor hiout-e i ' inl tHI 1e in thet
a t, in l ho i r at tt mph'le tts iner t ht
titeh atbtitr. tio t i"tnaty" of our t huriet.
-eutmie just in that wav. At t he cross
road in the toiatitt in he t lol.., 'ago our
fat ht r wen( ther and they ereetedl t
mIe i atrtt'o of bru'lh andt polts tith
rohtt t lo ist for s-t andi ther e they
wor,hilt e 1 im in all sireerity, ndil it
et:tn e for the.n at veri wit,eL a ml
they iteon to lIov the vvry Spot. 'T'hal
ta watt tillo a huihlit : th t. gav e wat
to a better: but who s alli say iat. Got
was w sed t t itlLe httier in ,he rec enl
h ihlin, Ihan Imtler the brush artbor.
litre we atre to htter from i iin, wr
are to read Ilki \\ord, werue to hit-a
is it itruth p rotlaititl, atndl here the 111a
of t;otl Irings to u a uinefage. Nnt la:
aftl.r titndtay, as often as he is treete<
hy t.h p o-lipt t le, he iotets Iro t. |odl will
a mne5sare fon' us. Ihit let us not h(
liev that only here we afre to (ar[it
tiim antd read of ll).lim. As we ma
worshi liim anythere, we may Ils
read of Him atywet"re whether the mf
lainetd its min ister is resent or hn
I I ire it.h orilintes are to be osettvt
\\'e mlty ba(itiie hird or elsewher<
hut it, will take place here. And hit
the Lord's supper is to be taken?thl
sobemn feast, which tarries our mir
back to It hat siplremle! m omei nt, it t.t
tchistory of the world when the .\i
hung on the tross and oletredtl h imse
as ait s ie for all the world. ei 1
thissat. ed, somentn lrinane e.i, iben
hoiorhto the norbiif thti,tl at h-iue di
The Iord ' ou--ha, i s ittcIai at
Go tub0yansi sothtitttttin fo te om
n ity. Atis the siraner omest g into t
town andt sees thi iires the~ hoag uses
Go,It . os ~tit,Ctiiiith meanfor im?PI
rif titn- thaiiit ontt tthe par of teer peitplea
iieoipit-it t m a l piberalit t anda-ent
eostitten t pattii somedtofI them
Li ans ac i iice, ii meanIs t,a t thes.
tas a tru- gle ait. L ne h t' I itue tat il
tti"C tiaviie, i peras th we ith I
andC forthtime,t ft ve of ttei r sustan
tht th ijousemuight be buiilt. i-,ve
mean- that there are tiving tine theco
lbun ittsom ofwrstoade tar
t3ladlyitat th eir meanPs tnb te Lord a
tar An- tmasasolyly oa
t it \\'-i of lod, thau- t therargtie pt
pte ithi'as commb unlityg w o-t iteliev
e pblord's I ord, S wotatrie tyin
obeyIiie byI t theCnndet o- therL
th w ttor tYu- aret.ing to? ob
S\th s oret, Litnunand.a Tth itop
thJi-s, hurch, ihe capiwe-s of every churt
areloto tyin o ibaey te ord olacomalIn
n haitng 1r-thesWordpec. dhr
it ehe It metiltaih ansi lfreedm, libtI
theoo trh uthalt ink yout free. of\
we arbe Irmn t(in o Ghrip e, fai
in his eta he,ien Sthat of iare t
ditiztnof a ofre Gonhtruy, o th tt I
in tose enjoymeornt tfhivi and,iti
lCIitt t tiven it ofi taetith, 1
wh)aih wi fthrs shed thaeirf bt
OThis hose of oreshep feathes mi
areont pritip that we aree in the p
kL i joyment oftreligiousf lbe t y, that
"limv the wproivpihige f bign oeti:
tO ofr mean ti andt o tbuihind ai churIb,t
e planinitouil, opening- ciw
Y lwe peas,r lang ts door tipen
t, every dayor o everywe;tha kGod
1tan Wog ad i '1bpe , t iat, en hea t, ot
"~' selves that wenan beorshIeod byco
te intotheida ict te on ourah aw.osc
~geationgratd lesonepl. mute
God I ofha thte tatabth In proeGosof ut
liibe, a otI-ale Godi of-tworshi, faet
hIs oon the Savitsor n oft siers ma
O ithfe th aktey intecaesiond
apart, to at Special st'ok'l(, that it is ti oi'
ditty to prel tho gospel. a
''ils holuse andl every house of God I
(tinlplilsizes t.iitgreat, trutl tlxhat we be. (
limte in tho ministry, that, we believe I
in G iod's iiniist,ry comtnanded and sent I
forth by Hi as Hils servants. Wo le
lieve in it perpetua(l ministry- -that the I
timec will naver come when we will not )
have a iin11istry. (i;'ind and good imn
lived inl th past and they lived in this
section of tih state. T'Ihey are gonu t
tnd they are sleeling with their fath
e's stronlg in hotly atili stronl! in mIIxinxd,
who as they inoved lout, among tho
people won eih love of tho people and
hey hai the coniidence of the people.
But before they died younclger len
were called in tbe ministry. Ani
when these who sit behind ic tolay
are aged servainlts of (;oil they need unot
feiar. The satx'nu G'l who called themxi
into the ininistry will call otber imen
int.o the niinistry, andi the building of
ihis houseemnphasizes that, great t:'uth
that we helieve iii tLhe i i nistry of God,
that we bclieve and that, we have faith
in the niinistry, and then faith in tbe
future. We love to bring up the
thinugs of the past, we sometiies aln.ost
worship solnt, of the thilogs and sone of
the people of the past, hut, we believe
iin the present and we have faith inl the
fut.uxrC. liaildin'; th is honse here means
;axl, the peo.l. - the pastor of this
church and the peoplo of this town
who have atssisted---helieve iln the fix
r-e, believe in the fixutu of this comx
ntxnity, tluxi. people w%ill always he
inio axi t.hat people will be born here,
hat t.,is place will grow, and if thlis
11ouse is not, tilled full next Sunday
with at con;lgregition, that this house
.vill he filled with worshippers in the
liys to coie. A few ye:rs ago you
diil hot have any special need for this
-huxrch. iut the people of tile town
>elieved in the future of this place xnid
they put money iin it. And now thire
,art; homes all around here. The hill
:i:es are dotted with houses and they
are still going 111, and( ih very fact
that they have conltrvibuted to the huild
ing of this church emnphasizes that they
1 :ieve in the future of this church.
We believe in the final, the future
progress and success and triixnphi of
the principles of the new testament,
that, there will Ilways be at people who
will always ho ready for the new testa
mxet to be opened and read and pra.
tie(d by the people here at this piice.
The Lord's house, think of it is 11:e
I ord's house. 1.et it he for vo1 a saerei
place and i hallowed Spo) l'o :he-e s
youl who ar'xe xxembemrs of t.h '.
chx ui-ch let 1ne' sa\'. 001mt' ,.
niot t opportlniity .
comle when vou w i al"
srength to walk to th. x ... (..
1' v ery unow and thc:. n.'.. .:
some' who are x:ot a!x.t . 'ow .\ ew
days ago I received a me.age a :a . al
art'id pi', S11 yea's old allr! oxe '. to
come to see thenx. As I sat there and
talked to them at while. just before I
left the old uai said, "lIriig inl the
liihle xnd let is have warship. Wife
and I cannot go to church these days.
\V' d id love to go when we had the
,t rength. I wish now I had gone every
timix; I had the opporl'tunity, but i never
expect lo eo there again." ('ome to
the house of God, iny friend, for thei
t lile will sxirely volne wshen youx t'itannot
e-o there. I,et this he for you a sita:red
if place. L.et no hitterne, eorn; here.
Y lie kind aii considerate one with ain
other. Let no antgry words everx be
spoken in these walls. Let no bitter
tlxouglts ever rise in your h earts whie:n
you cross t,hat, threshold. Make it for
you at sae'ed place. Let it be for you
at Ve'y door of Ileaven. 'T'he place
it of Christ, your brother, where, like
id Jaxcob of old, you see angels decendling
e andi asending. When you come here
t maity yOu comluo with I worshipful, pray
lf erful spirit, prtaying God to open your'
e heart, to receive the word of the Lord,
b- asihe oIpeed the hexar't, of Lyd ia by th
"'Ther' on exugleO wx igs we sOxax,
i And in andixxi s'enxse imxlest n1o miore;
of [-texiven comies do1wnx ourx souils toi greet,
ui- Anad glox'y crown the mer,ixcy exat."
(If A s.iex'ed p'aice let it, bie for 3 oul andi
Ix ot hex's. Ilox's we shxall see somex oIf thxI
- ~hest pexop)le that we wIll ever kniow irl
de thiis wxorld. IIer'e youa oxight to ixunkt
r.'frienxdsips thiat wi'll le'st loxiger thanix lfif
it itsel f. I [ere tenidex ' andii stronig theu
r'o shld( binxd you to ot hex' hearxts. Th'ii
he1 iih plxace where'x. fxxmxilies wxill mieit
rxs wherx'ie thie fxather andio xmothecr wvill coxlm
x'd anid leadi thei r childreni, even to thi
ce alxlest. Anid here the little ones wvii
tyie tight h i et' xand higher xand ihle1
es hinxgs. Tlhis shioulid be ax sacr'ed place
.. Axid here thxe yiounig bride wxill be let
e-adlvs will beginx to gr'owv together axn
nxew hopes andi( new hxomes will be0 formxx
eiid. Rlere some da.vy y'ou will bx'ing th<a
collini formi of your loved one, axnd hex'
,~lin this pilaxce, whin txIhese walls, comn
Inforxt will comie toyo'ur heaixrt w heni troua
ble andxxii rils anxd sorrows like ax stornx
r'd havxe swept over' your souls. It wiii bh
xihere witxhin these waxlls thaxt God wit
a'y sxay, lie still and knxow that I am Goid
SLet not y'our hiearit be troiuled, ye be
-hx iev'e in (God, be!lieve also lxinxme. Thi.
Lh Iord 's hiouse-for youx it mixust be,i
ilnd must be a sacred laice, a hallowecd spiot
'tylie Lordl's house we call ~it-mxxake I
ixe His. Let It be ils always. Let1 it be
x ven to Hhuxi; Heo Is worthy of this
Heis worthy of the best thaxt we hav<
lea nd the x iehest that we ecan bring. Le
reis take care of it, let us keep it in ordex
xs let. us bxeautif'y It, let 11s keep It opex
x'and say~ to the people of God anud to thi
id strangers inx y'our mixdst, welcomte, wxel
i.Comle'. :ior tis Is the Lord's house an<i
her'e Hie meets hIs peoplei. Here we pre
xixxxansionis ini t hex skies, thie hoxuse n,x
edmade wit h Iihiandxi, eternal lin thex. heax
l's ""en - Goil be t hank anid be prS3et
ir- thaxt wxe can do this muchi whexn wxe re
d-I miexmbler xwhaxt lie hias dne and1 what HI
eCs is rItill doing for uis,
h- And iioxw xwe give this hioxuse of God
this place of pirayer-we dleicaite It |I
lie (he Lord in p)ray'er to lie led by Brothle
in After the prayer byv Rev. Gleo. A
hxe WrIght, thxe pastorF, Rexv. WV. S. IB. Ford
he nave a brief history ofthxeorgaization
ho H fe said:t A fexw mxoth prior to A prl
Lis. 10, 1S3, a smnall band of ChristIan mei
he and xxomien, led by him who sits lin ou
>1 I muidst todaxy, Rev. J. C. Rthoden, organi
er, Izsd a praxyer-mneeting and Suxnday
mns school whxichi for a whil e met In pu ivat,
Its hxouses to worship God. Oni A pril I0
ib- 1887, a presbytery was called and
bisa chutrchx was oirganized. It was serve<
iv- by Rev. Mr. Rlhoden untli Septemibe
.n13, 1887, whien thie chiurch was reco~
of Inlzedi by ahnd uidmitted to membershi1
ss,in the Reed~y River Baptist Associationi
,Sinice thexn1 it hs b)een at tImes dowi
-ed 'in the valley axd at other times lip ix
of ,the mountain top, But it h as comi
he- through all Its struggles- and troubles
-During thIs tIme It has been suocess
to Ively served by Revs. J. (1. Rhoden
ng J. D. H iggIns, J. T. West, HI. T. BrmIth
0. F~. Douthierty, T. A. Campbell,. J.)
'in Mahon. Ini January of this yearl Iwa
les called xis pastor and moved Into yoa
COs midst. I found -47 members. Sino
long time we worshilpped in the union
mnilding. That was entirely toosuadl.
)ur noble band looke'' with ple:esuire to
lie 1 iti1( when we would buil t church
louse of our own. We have reached
hat time. ''hu building was a lece,si1
y. 'T'h +corner-stone was lti in the
pring, I think in M ay, and tie chureb
1'tator Ford stated that they still
>wed a little money and he wanted t ,
like up Ia collection. IIe hoped it would
m liberal and he woubI: appt ireciate
-hatever was given. lie said he held
n his hand a check for Iity d,ilars
vhlch could be used onil conditin that
'et secure two who would give $25 teach,
ir live men who would give Is10 each,
>r ten who would gi e $5, but uniless
his wIH securtId he could no1 get the
r50. lie secured live $'0 and livo $5
'ontributors and thus tnade good the
F5i0 cheek. The $ocontiibutor di not
are to have his 1anime mientiondtt, but
is it is no longer it secret we cli state
that the gentlemtin is Mr. E. B. Wil
bur. 'l'he otter cont ributors are: .1. M.
i"oster $10; It. I). Wright $10, ''. J.
McCrary $10, I)r. .ianes Melutosh $10,
T. Daunelson ;', i\larioll I)tvis $5. irs.
Tolburt. $5, '. l. K i nard $5, .1. 1".
Leavell $5, T. C. Pool $I0. This imakes
a itt ttal of $125. A basket olleet ion wits
taken which amounted to $2) 25, mlitak
ing a total colh-etion at the mornilg
sorvice of $15-1.25, a mist excetlloct
Itev. J. C. ithoden then Inade a few
remarks and distmiissotl the congrega
''he following are the otliecrs of the
church: .1. M. Taylor, Souperiintendent
of the Stundty-school; I)eacons: 'T.
Dain lelson, W. I. .ones. .1. i. Foster,
I . I lthodeu. T. Danielson, Treasur
At night another large congregation
wits preIent and t eleloueut address
was delivered by I)r. A. P. Plontague of
Furnian University, on the "')eiatnds
of Ounll Times."
h'l(! services throughout were inspir
1ing and we fe stire will result ini tuch
good to the whole comniunity.
1F. 1t, A t' 1.1.. 1: ruito.
; :ell'a t Y 'ar. t'lt's t'Iu'ts N. r
ri .to p'ay 0om1t1h1ing 01n h is b
ser p:bn if it is not paid in advan"ee
a treatly, het'weern this time and the end
of the year. WV e do not want to be dis
alIoiuted. We need t.he ntiey. Io
not wait for sone one to hunt you up
and dttl you, It if -ou owe for your
p atr, walk 'ound to t,he oilice and
show your apI)recia tion by mnakting Iay
inctlt. Let this he suicient 1oticc to
We give up much of om- saltce in
thi, iy e to thes \We,t, :tl ia nlpt.its.
''htey do rot ha ve: sut:h occasions often
and the row: in the di,pensary ianage
mnt :'tn fm-"ni,nh a letter or two every
The lIIel'd and News congratulates
the West ':d haptists uiponl thch
growth atnd progress anud the happy
occasion of last Sulnday. We hope t<
he able to report milar occasions foi
the Methodists and Lut.herans in the
In our' notes oIf t,he A. IR. P'. Synot
and our visit to Chairiotte we int.endeCi
to mfenttionl the leasutre we hadt ii
seeing lil old Newberr'iant who iabores
fot' many y'earis ini thtis count,y ani
whose love and atffetion tutrn towar'
its as the year~s go 01n and the shadot
of life intcreases-wc refer to the lRet
J1. C. lloyd. IIe looks just, as he di
wh'ent we kncew himt yearsi' atgo as palste
in this county tand he told us his htealt,
was fairly good. We had a pleasar
chat with him and wve were glaid ofi
BRIDGE TO REPAIR
N ICC'll~ IR ST I WI LL Ll'd
to lowest respIonsile bidder cot
tract to r'epair' the Keitt Bridge atcros
l'not'ee Rtiver ait 12 o'clock M.
WV. A. ILL,
Nov. i8, 1899.-2t.
fY\R TU~i)pl O AN ORDERl o
~V. WV. Hodges, Probate Jutdge,
will sell at, the late t'sidence of Alaii
RlutY, deceased. on Friday, t.he 8th di
of December next, the personal pr'o!
etrty of said deceased, consisting 4
'Terms of Sale: Cash.
D)AVID) A. IRULFF, Adm'r.
-Six Tlhousandi Dollars of Dry Good
SNotions and Shoes, that miust i
e losed outi. before December 31k
C Nboro t han onie-hialf has beent u
- cuved fromt the maniufacturers an
I jobbIters wIthin the last 30 days. TI
- fitct Is, the entirai stock is new an
a dIesirabhle amid will be sold ju
enouigh abtove firat cost to pay ti
- expeitse of storekeeping. The que
y tIon Is, whether ysu will pay 2.5
r 50 per cent. proflt to otherd or bun
here cheaper. T1he stock contsists
a great many things you wanlt an
'should hiastent to take advantage
Dress Goods, Silks,
Satins, Bleached Sheet
-ings, Tickings, Cotton
Flannels, Wool Flan
Collars, Cuaf4, Suspen
ders, Umbrellas and
:CORK AD SEE ME -OTEN
A. C. JONES.
Nowberry. S. C., Noaember 31 _18R)
We have now in stock
the well and favorably
known Keith Shoes for
this Fall and Winter,
Vici, Calf, &c., &c. Kid
Lined, Cork Soles,
the dryest and warm
est Shoe tnade. The
newest Lasts and
Styles. The Excelsior
Shoe Co. making the
largest line of Boys' 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. Heavy,
serviceable welts to
the lightest, dressiest,
Ask for the Regina
our beautiful specialty.
Rubber Shoes for the
million, first quality
OME AND SEE US.
We lead the market
in low prices for Shoes.
C.GS MOVer, Co.
AT Ciy arket
IS NOW OPEN
And ready to servo you with the b)est
Give us a trial.
Hides and country p)rodulco bought
at ruling pricos. Yours to p)lease.
Jno. Vt. Taylo,
In Car Loads.
We have just received a cair of the
Well K(nown Whbite Hickory Wagons:
also, a car of Buggaies, which we wvill
sell cheap. If ini need of a Wagor
or Buggy, it will pay you to call ani
y ot our prices before making youi
-Ipurchase. WVo buy in large lots, pay
cash, discount our bills, which en.
ab)les ns to sell First Class Goods al
low prices. Come and see us. We
- will take pleasure in showing yot
w ~hat wve have. \Ve guarantee overj
IWagon arnd Buggy to give entir4
L. H. NPEEII&,
'All kinds of Marble gn d
A'so Metallic, Rosewood and Cloti
Caskets and Cases!
-Service in this line promnptlyattendei
to da-; or night.
Next Door to Herald and News 0fficc
NEWBEBRLY, - --.s
I NOMINATIONS. 8
R.O. B. MAYER IS HEREBn
nro minated as a candidate for rc
election as Mayor of N'ewberry.
I,nirf.m enose autoreps
No doubt you are in a
d these figures as you I
F'or .ailor-mnade Suits for I ,adlieq
here is nothing prettier or Chc"aper
han our ladies Clot h and 13road(elot h1,
0 Incbes w ide, at, i,th'., 75". and $1 UI)
-gre I va Lie. Also a beat,ifttl Cov
rt ('toh I at,50. ekr,'es, tash nres.
., al. grades. Very i'etty I'iaids
or skit t1 at 25v , 35c , anil i,., and
Li Lho low(r Priced I)r,ss GUOod, too
umerous to tnention, inc"lul*1n P'er
ian ' :.n els, at 3.e. to 12'e. l'er
ales lie. to 12e.
13ig toc:k iadies Wrape, Catps and
lttekc't., pretty and cheap Its anly on
he market. I lade's ready uade
-kirts from 75e. to $t; 50. Very at
Lractive and cheap.
In the Domestic Department we
ha"e good Colored iiom^sptmu at -1e.
Ilest Colored lonesp un at.5C. -10-inch
Hloniespun at 5P., I rills at 5e , Sea t
islands at. -I e., and I : tter ones.
In our Shoe lepart ment we have thbe
greatest values yet. D>on't fail to see
our CI:thing. No us in paying high
prices when you can1 bty froit us as
low ats when cotton Was -le.
l" oll stock I ut.tcrick pat,terns, and
sbseriptions taken for )elineator.
s. J, W(
Books and Stationery.
We stop further than most stores
in search of all that is good and cor
rect in the line of
Books and Stationery,
and what we oiler will prove pleas.
ing to those who like high class goods
at moderate Irices.
W , Myae
"Sing. their own praise."
Under no circumstances can a re
ality he dispr'ted; and it is a reality
that we make str' tly ONE Gum:.
A large or small s' e, as desired, hui
only one grado. Why bey an in
strument breatuso it is Advertised at
Cheap? P'1urchase one that standi
high in the estimation of your friende
and the greatest Musicians all eve.
the world. A P'a 1o with a pur<
tono, delicate touc'j, etc. In fact,
Piano wvith every imrprovemnt thai
is heneficial t.o tho wear; and, at
priceo within tL'e reach of all, becaust
we save you the middleman's profit
and it is woerth sayiog too.
Old instruments taken in oxchango
Terms accommoda3ug. Catalogu
for the asking. Seome b)argains ii
Square Pianos. Palace Organs.
CH AS. M. STIEFF,
Piano Mauunfactturer, Balti more
Maryland. Factory Branch Wer
room, 2 13 North Tryon Street, Clhar
~oto, N. C.
C. IH. WILMOTH, Manger.
- ~ IF YOU WAN T rys.
OPDERP IT FROM(.KENTUCKY.
SEND US $30..9AND WE WILL
SHIP YOU 4 FULL QUARTS
OF THe CELEBRATED OLD
(To ony point in U.S. ost of Denver)
without marks indicating contents.
IT was MAcn- IN OLD I4ENTuci(~w
AUG. COLDLWLY & CO.
'N9 231 W. MAiN ST.,60
est 18413 ' REPRENCE - ANly C I.c U..
Noice to Trespassers.
W~l~1f"4lIEY WAR~N ANY AND
vyall per'sons fretm hunttilng or tres
p)assing on our places. The law wvIll b
enocedl against any piersoni vIolating
JT. 0. KCOON and
*The "B3ostonia" boat thr la o
sal here, .JWotn
hurry, but read a few
'un. and you will not
I IUt) t'c11 TIL 811018
o the feet and hcre through the
vhole I oly t he path of diseasO is often
Don't catch cold from wet foot. W 'ar
pair of our strong, handsome and
uId be0 independent of the weather.
iMIen's and wormen's shoes are both
made of honest material. There is no
1illing up with useless trash. Real
leather and good workmanship do not
most mnuch here.
On its 40th anniversary
July 26th, 1899, the
Equitable had on its
books outstanding as
surance for ONE BIL
The Assets exceeded TWO
HUNDRED and SEVENTY
Its surplus was more than
SIXTY MILLION DOL
Both Men and Women at the
It is perhaps tht strongest
Lif'e Assurance Company on
It writes any kind of policy
the assulredl may want.
CALL ON or WRITE to
For Rates and Plans.
Ms Office 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
and rouse ring,
the latest designs in
Foreign and Domestic
Fabrics, to which we
invite your inspection.
$COTT & CARLSDN,
TOWN TAX NOTICE
NOTIC8 IS EREBY GIVEN
4that tho following taxes have been
lovied for the liscal year ending Decomn
ho3st 191) by the Town. Council of
For Ordinary Pur poses........51 millS
For Water Works add Electric
ForO eaf a 'B'o '''''.....2 111
The books will be opened for the enl
lection of the above taxes on theo~ i.h
day 6f October, 1899, and will be ko e
euntil the 20th day of November,
99.n)enalty of ton (10) por1 cenlt.
will be added to all taxes in arrears al
ter tho 20th day of November, 1899.
JN~o. 0. GiOGGANS,
Clnek and asu...m. J