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Mit( t.: SIX i OU ND).
Adt M aurly, a uti-,k Vat,ploy., Coulit Nest
slt,u 'T atipttittou,
Halifax, F. S, Oct. 27.-Adam A.
1arley, the former nanatger of the
Bank of Britt,h North America at.
Fredoricton, N. B., was arrested in
this city tonight on a warrant charg
irg him with stealing $(,00() belong
ing to the bank. Ilarley caine from
Scotland to Halifax ten years ago,
took a position in the bank hero,
later being transforred to Montreal
and (ron there to I,-nderioton, where
he was appointod manager of the
agency. Two weeks ago he mot two
friends from Scotland, and one of
them, it is claimled, gave him $6,000
to deposit for him in the bank.
This friend then went to Montreal
and presented the deposit roceipt a'
the bank for the money but to his
surprise he found that there wore no
funds there. The bank itntediately
made an investigation and Harley
was discharged. Tonight he was
arrestod on a railroad train bound
for St. John's.
An Iplode in a taclelor i.1fo.
I caught her and held her fast. We
sank down together into a deep chair.
The girl was watching us merrily.
Nancy gngledl with delight.
"Please giantttlet me go home to
my nmuvver," she piped.
"Never!" I thundoreu, with a sud
den idet', born of the girl's look,
"until you have perfortmod my be
"What's that V asked Nancy naive
"This," said I, and whispered in
"tEzzackly in the nmiddle?" said
"'Exactly," I answore(l, kissing her.
"Now, quick! Put your hand over
it., so it can't get away."
Nancy flashed from my arms to
She put it exactly in the middle
There is a color that the sails of
ships take on in the early dawn of a
perfect day. I have never seen it
but twice. The other time was on a
ship.-Nancy and I and t he girl, a
story by N. V. MeClelland, illus
trated by Henry Hutt., in McClure's
Iutttect iN of a MIact t-or.
When a red-beaded girl inherits a
fortune it changes to auburn.
Rich muot hers don't even find it
interesting to make miatches for their
daughters. They' re so eas.y.
A man's wdml power can't be seeni
under a microscope when it has been
in collusion with a woman's wont.
New York Press.
PrWoII of l.hu Slate Cutin MiII.
[Special to the Gireenville News.]
(Columbia,S.C0., Oct. 26-Trhe leis
lative dispensary committee has made
its quarterly report to the Governor.
The11 assets incelutding m< rchandise,
real estate, etc., are $084,202,65.
Of this thme School fuind has got
$500,470.38. Thbe gross pIrofits net
were $20,574 04h. There is now a
balance in the treasury of $50,675.
There is no poison so highly contagious,
so deceptive anid so destructive. Don't be
too sure you are curedl because all external
signs of the disease have disappeared, and
the (doctor says you are wvell. Many per.
sons have bien dlosedi with Mercury and
Potash for months or years, and pro
nounced cured - to realiz.e when too late
that the dlisease was only covered up
Like Bogots Like. driveni from the
surface to break
out again, and to their sorrow and mnortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have beeni infected by this loath
some disease, for no othier poison is so
surely tranmittedI from p)arentt to child
as this. Ofteni a bad case of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an old sore or ulcer developinig in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con
in earl y The SIn of the Passent.
life, for it remains smnoldering ini the sys
temn forever, unless p)roperly. treated and
driven out in the beginnmng. 8. 8. 8. is
the only antidlote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it anid dIrive it out of the blood, amnd
it does this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embar.rass or humiliate you afterwards.
Poison in any and all
stages, conitainse no
mineral to blreak down
yourcoititution ; It is
er kniown that cleanses the blood( and
at the same time builds up the general
Our little boo0k on contagious blood
poison is the most complete and instruc
tive ever issuedl; it not only tells all
about this disease, but also how to cure
yourself at home. It is free and should
beltn the hands of everyone seeking a
cure. Send for it.
THE SWIFT SPREIFI CO., AT ANTA, nA.
WA5,INo'UN IN('IUCNT IN 1'OkOI A
Hero In Onmo Uolleg, 1',,utt,t Who Woultl
Not I)ino boctally With Hooker.
Miledgeville, Gat., Oct. 24.-Presi
dont Chappell arraigned Presidei
ltocsovolt today before 420 young
women of the Woman's Industrial
school. He said: "A study of tht
races of mankind place the South,
ern anglo saxon in the highest stat(
of development: the negro in th(
lowest. 'rbo negro left to himsnll
has never evolved anything likt
civilization. Ht has always been F
barbarian and a savage. What God
has so wisely sundered, not ton thou.
sand Toddy Roosovelts can bring
into social equality. The bringing
together of suoh unequal races iQ
social union white Southeru womer
should loathe because of their God
Whichu 81t. ?
The following, written in regard tc
the shirt two, a novelty that has twc
differoit bosoms on the same shirt:
This side is the outside,
When the other side in inside,
When the inside's the outside,
Both are out of sight sides.
And so is the soiled side
When worn on the inside.
The outside's the right side
And so is the wrong side
WVhen its on the outside,
For both sides are front sides,
And both sides are inside.
So it doesn't matter which side
You wear on the outside.
Reflections of a Bachelor.
All is not old that embitters.
Marriages are not always un
Men work for their livings; wo
men earn them.
Penitence nearly always peep:
between the fingers which it hold:
to its face.
Politicians have more tact that
highwaymen ; highwaymen havl
E..ngaged people are always ii
other people's way, but not so muel
as other people are in their way.
Any summer girl is willing t
compromise by returning the younj
man's heart and keeping the ring
The time that a man is most it
love with a woman in all their livei
is five minutes before he propose
The first thing the woman wh<
means to get into society does i:
to call one corner of the kitchen th<
A wvoman's baby can fall dlowi
andI bump itself hard wvithout it'
being a calamity, but if she hear
another woman has called that bab'
uigly, that's a national disaster.
T1he woman who sheds the mos
tears in the theatre where the
heroine is pursed by wicked slande
is the one who pulverizes the repu
tation of her nearest neighbor th
next day.--N. Y. Press.
"He Sang s., Sweetly."
A few dlays ago a little boy wat
amusing himself by watching tb~
birds that wecre p)laying round him
At length a beautiful bobolin!
p)erched on the bough of an app!<
tree near by, and sat there quietly
The little boy picked upj a stoni
andI got ready to throw it at th<
bird. The bird's th)roat swelled
and forth came tihe song :''A-link
a-link, a-link, bob-o link, bob-c
link, a- no-sweet, a-no-sweet,
know it, a-link, a-link, dlon't throv
it, throw it, throw it,''
And the boy didn't throw th<
stone, but dropped it on th<
'"Why didn't you stone him, my
boy? You might have killed hin
and carried him home."
The little fellow looked up and
replied :'"Couldn't 'cos he rang
No Difference In DIstance.
H ere is a drouth story by a travel.
img man :
I was dlriving across tihe count~
to a little town in Western Kansas
the other day, when I met a farme:
hauling a wagon load of water.
"Where do you get water?" said
''Up the road about seven milaus,'
"AndI you haul water seven mile,
for your family and stock ?''
"'Why in the name of sense don't
you dig a well?"
'''Because it's jest as far one way
as the other, stranger.' "-Ex.
kills, not necessarily suddenly,
but SURELY. It preys upon the
intellectual powers more than
we realize. It consumes the
vitality faster than nature can
replenish it, and we cannot tell
just what moment a temporary
or complete aberration of the
mind will result. Headache and
pain should be promptly re
moved-but properly. Many
pain cures are more harmful
than the pain. Beware. If
you would be safe, take
Mil.s' Pain Pills.
"As a result of neuralgia I lost the
sight of my right eye, and the pain I
have suffered is incomprehensible, be
ing obliged to take opiates almost con
t inually. A friend gave me one of Dr.
Miles, I'aint Pills and it promptly re
lieved me. I then purchased a box and
n'ow my trouble is gone. They have
alno cured my datighter of nervous
headache, and I heartily recommend
then to otlers."-W. J. CORLEY. lire
m ond, Texas.
Sold by )ruggists. 25 Doses, 25c.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Notice of Filial Scttlemelt anid )ischaric.
N OTICI. IS IIEREIIY GIV HN
that I will make a final S."ttle
ment on the estate of Mrs Katie Melia
Bray, formerly Miss 1(at te Melia Smith,
a minor in the Probate Court for New
berry County, S. C., on Thursday the
21st day of November, A. D. 1901, and
will immediately thereafter apply for
Letters of )ismissory.
M. H. KEMPSON,
Guardianm of Said (M inor.)
October 18th, 1901.
Land for Sale.
A AGR IS 011' V h,RY 'I NIE.
1 - land, in Saludia County, three
miles(r,,m Chappells, known af a part
of Mrs. V. E Payne's estate, bounded by
lands of J. W. Webb, Jno. Il ipp and
Mott, Payne, will be sold ati a reason
able price. For particulars apply to
MOTT PAY NE,
Payne, S. C.
It will cost you
find out about th<
the quality, the gi
and the sizes. D
simply say "Rox
nine in full, givir
Dlater Broomi a
SBack to 3
T HE 0.
Colossal Menagerie, Soc
Olympia Hippodrome a
A Big Al NewFea
A A BAll- la Prgrme oFSena
Clmerics. an0 aTickicl
direct from Paris. The highest
St rongest Woman Living. 03 'I
one ring, at one time. A Femali
Rough Riders, fresh from their I
more's Quintetto of Daring Airli
A Tremendous Free Street Carnival
Seen Before, at 10 o'clock. TwE
beneath a Waterproof Tent.
Doors open at 2 and 6.80 p. m. Perft
Children 4 and over, and under 12
holder all the wary through the Men
and< Rough Rider Exhibition.
'fickets on sale at Scholtz's Jeweir
0:00 A. M.
BU11N THE MIDNIGHTLjI.
We Have the Lamps.
Lamps Cheap, but
Not Cheap Lamps!
Also all the reqmsites for the Toilet:
Razors, St r~ps, bat her Brmiey,
Shaving and Toilot Soaps, Toilet
Powders amd 'erfumory.
Vo invito your patronage.
Mayes, Dril Store.N
We handle Wiley's
Every man, lady and
boy should have a good
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as-we have
a large selection.
If your watch, clock
or jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
only one cent to
iarantte'e, the prices
-op Us the postal,
," and sign your
a iYlattross C c,
I, S. C.
RIGINA L .zr. z
ety Horse Fair, Genuine
nd Superb Spectacular.
lay, November 5.
-r Shw/hi 7er
lohat an plnyofte1 00
Hudes fAial nHndeso
Clreow di Mrymar.
Sull, the Last Specimen,
Eyes will never BJehohl Another.
;ional F~eat ures. -The Martell Famnily,
st.. (Garcinoutti F"amiily of Acrobats,
Ralariedi sirIist,s roW InI Amgerica, The
horoughi rod Charg~ers, in one aict, in
e Zouavo (Corps, 24 H-anidsome Ladios.
)hilippine. Victories. MVIoore and Gil
mFtR and others.
and Parade, Nothing like it, Ever
Perforances D)aily, Rain or Shine,
'rrnmne's commencing one hor lator.
- -- DO OEMrs
,25 cents. One Ticket passes the
aigerie, Hippodrome, 8 Ring Circus,
H E - !
Are you ever troubled with the vexing thought
"What Can I Get to cat?"
If so, a glanwo at this ad. will pOrlslH roliovt you Homiinowhat. It. will cor
taintly (lirtet you to a comllto sto( k of itch goods, both faney and ttl1,
as you uso ovory day. WYo havo juit roeoived:
QUAK WR OATIi,
PINE APPLE UHE-!SE,
FULL 'REAM CHEESE,
CREA'A OF WHE AT
Our lino of Cannetod Fish and Monts is not surpsiisd by any.
Potte= Chicken, Potted Turkey, Potted Ham,.
Vetl Loaf, Ham Loaf, Lunch Tongue. Jellied
.ocks. Chipped Beef. Corned. Beef Hash,
Corned Be& f, Imp. S rdines, Salmon
Steak, Barataria Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Vienn:i Sausage,
Wo h ivo ia full lino of Cmnod Fruits, Pickl'H, Olivoi, Tablo C,orclinonts,
Extracts, tipiceu, &e.( , &ce.
Til' (1U1( 11 11ILI) T Il:1T (011% PER POUND,
AT' 25, 30 E1Nl :33 1-3 (1N PER '1OU.N
Try to got any thing you iIod from us. If it ir in our lin %o will ho
moro thou likoly to haivo it, atndl if wo harvo it it w II stiroly ho tirst class.
At Ollr Now Fall aR4 i11erStoekOfS1I lI i llll,
Wu don't talk Very im uch1 Ul) )aut. low ric 1)l tt wh1n it,
Comes to quality we have solietlilng to say. It has bxeell
since going ilto )usin1tess to sel I Ulothling, Shioes, IIats, Etc.,
made up strictly first-class, and which will wear and look
stylish to the perfect SatiSfilactionl of the buyer.
WE HAVE NEVER BEEN UNDERSOLD WHE
THE QUALITY WAS OONSIH.RED.
Tlhei public can lepel(l upon us for Clothing, Shoes, Hats
and( F~urnishinigs that are new and( u p-to-dlate e'very dlay In
the year' in style, qualit:, , price ali.d neOwless.
THE EWART-PIFER CO.,
Under The Newberry Hotel.
WE fIT TilE IIlD To-T.
R bt5ho1pe cloth ni~~~~
te m rsrad -'e
.RE STRE TRAE>VR.
GROSMAN,luiNAElSOM & C-9.l..iKER
NE T C F IKWU S
cav Rou money Co t~o so us Your truly,
S. J WO TER NWRD
Theret yoe allu kid oh men firtheI..1 O l'iny usins burites mean compft.
tory th10.auecrt hasaatdo uatoko ely,o isrthe(a whothts to8 andl.
ull tristao, distif cu lsto o.at hav)arey o b', 'i ne mo s by Uu i, &c
ein tbem thy haeuer sw1i nded, etc WO wil oul ai se uch moernt aoso nod
ge,ott work,ey. i Cthe tim tey waste o uchwrks t isny,s
u'stomes, ndterh asheyn codso nd Panoten aw ileo.
hea rea e nd l( he rids ofr in th e [chane bys overy lit.thle id ci,mh)vs
work th n miti aone. tseod r t eli able STPI 1F ly, i AN 0)1wo 8 al to tLim, and
wohen othesy h e cia wnd furnis set hing wu a od or s eh nones .jnst
remeb you havk, utthed "Gosthe sti 10 be orke.t sInbn.i
Witoetod and getap Vthy ries n iaithe 1STaEFF PIA I sveth
big h pr ssofit made by t )he y oalor.P'PtANO rete et, ~ o
m reun:he' .ouNhorth and(1so'utht. arolina''hefanch
DOUBL.E DAILY SERVICE
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N.>rth, I':alt Houth amid Went.
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Augusta and Asheville Short Line.
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