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C iNIIN:r% FOR COJN IY OFFICELS IN
N O. 4.
Mr. Anil Replies to the Humot that He
Would Not he AIllWL.d Io Speak %t Wh'
mires ca Account of the Plea,r t4 Gil
11am Comnmutation--Meetng At
tended by 300 Persons-GOod
Order and Close At'ention
Whitmire, Newberry County, Au
gust 20.-The county campaign reached
this place, in No. 4 Township, today.
The meeting which was held in front of
Mr. Chas. Tidmarsh's store, was at
tended by about three hundred persons.
No ladies were in attendance. Good
order and close attention prevailed
The issues discussed by the legisla
tive candidates were about the same a.
at previous meetings, taxation for build
mg roads and child labor holding the
prominent place which so far they hav(
Mr. Kibler was absent.
Mr. Aull took occasion to make repl3
to the various rumors which have beei
circulating throughout the county foi
the past few weeks to the effect tha1
he would not be allowed to speak her
today on account of his alleged connec
tion with the commutation of the sen
tence of Pleasant Gilliam, the negr
who killed Mr. W. W. Abrams in thi
community in the early part of lasi
year. Gilliam was sentenced at th<
July term, 1901, of the court, to bE
hanged, and his sentence was commute(
by Governor MeSweeney to life impris
onment in the penitentiary. After thi
commutation the correspondence pub
lished below ensued between Mr. J. S
McCarley, of this place, and Mr. E. H
Aull, who was then and is at the presen
time private secretary to Governo]
McSweeney. Mr. Aull, in answer t<
the rumor referred to above, said h<
had never believed there was any trutl
in it, and had so stated on each occa
sion it had been mentioned to him. Hi
was closely questioned as to his connec
tion with the commutation, and the
questions and replies, together wit]
the correspondence between Mr. Mc
Carley and Mr. Aull and a statemena
from Governor McSweeney, appear u~
the report below of Mr. Aull's speech
Mr. John Scott was in charge of the
me, ting and presided in a fair and im
It was exactly 11 o'clock when the
candidates for the legislature were in
HON. JOHN F. BANKS
* first discussed the road law. He knew
the present law was deficient, but i1
was not the fault of the Newberry del
egation. He would support whatevel
law the people wanted, because there
was no principle involved.
He had opposed the establishment o:
Clemson College, and thought it wouk4
be better for the State now if the mo
ney,that goes to the support of hei
higher institutions were given to th<
* common schools. But to discuss thi
matter was but a waste of breath
The institutions had become the polica
of the State, and the only thing thal
could be done was to see that they arn
HON. F. H. DOMINICK
was next introduced. His record as
representative was writ, and if he hat
the power to change it he would not d<
so in the slightest degree. His con
science was clean, and upon his recort
he was willing to be judged.
Two years ago he made his principa
fight upon the dispensary issue. Thai
was no longer a question for discussion,
but his position was the same as at thai
He had advocated greater punish
-ment for violation of labor contracts,
and he, with others, had succeeded ir
getting three different measures througi
the House, which are today reposing
peacefully in the Senatorial burying
ground, that peaceful place where noni
who go e'er return. A slander-a lie
had been going the rounds that he had
not tried to do anything in this direc
tion. He only asked to cite the record.
He had,advocated biennial sessions
and putting ten year prisoners on per
manent county chain gangs for building
good roads. Both these measures,
which passed tha House, met the samen
fate, and they, too, lie in the Senato
rial burying ground. The roads of Rich
land County were worked by ten year
prisoners, and she had roads to which~
the whole country might well point
with pride. He opposed the one-mill
tax for this purpose. Give us a $2.00
commutation tax, get rid of our debt,
and then put on a tax for building roads
if we need it.
He had voted against the Child Labor
Bill twice, and would do so again, be
cause it was nothing but a drift to
wards State paternalism. Following
would come compulsory education, lead
ing to the education of the negro, and
then no power on earth save the shot
gun will keep off negro dominion. The
children were not forced into the mill.
His friend Taylor had been depicting
the ills of the mill children. Why didn't
he mention these things in the cam
paign two years ago? Taylor had an
swered the question at Little Mountain
when he admitted these conditions did
not exist in the Newberry mill, and
this was the only mill with which the
-eopl of Nwmber we concerned. i
MAJ. F. W. HIGGINS
first discussed the Child Labor Bill.
There was no doubt some kind of child
labor legislation was coming. But the
Bill that sought to pass at the last ses
sion was not the kind wanted. "if sent
to Columbia, I will advocate giving the
mill children a certain amount of school
ing, and also allowing them after the
school term to help their fathers and
Favored a one-mill tax for building
good roads. It would not bear heavy
upon the poor people, but the most of
the burden would be upon the railroads
and corporations, whose very life is
He wanted to see punishment for vio
lationof labor contracts so severe thai
they will not likely be broken.
Referred to exorbitant appropriations
to State colleges, attacking extrava
gance in expenditure of appropriations,
and comparing their expense accounts
with that of Newberry College. In
conclusion, paid his tribute to the Con
A telegram was read from
HON. ARTHUR KIBLER
announcing that he was unable to at
tend the meeting today.
COL. WM. H. SANDERS
briefly stated his position. He favorei
good roads, to be built by taxation if
they could not be secured in any othei
way. He favored good common schoo
education and all the State's higher
institutions, but wanted to see ther
run as economically as possible. He
squarely opposed the Child Labor Bill.
CAPT. J. M. TAYLOR
favored levying a one-mill tax for the
purpose of building good roads. ' Witj
this tax, supplemented by a reasonable
commutation tax, in less than five
years Newberry County could have th<
best of roads.
He did not want the State's highei
institutions to be given more than wa:
really needed. When the farmers fee
hard times, let these institutions fee
hard time, too.
Favored giving every Confederate vet
eran, whether rich or poor, a pension
r Do this 6r give it to none of them. In
conclusion, he recurred to the question
which lay nearest his heart-chilk
labor. The main argument of hi:
opponents against the Bill was that i
would lead to compulsory education
and that to the education of the negro
He wanted the Bill passed in order t<
1let the white children-the white chil
dren of the mill-receive an education
bDuring the tender years of their lif<
1let them remain near their mother':
knee and put them to school. North
ern capital is rapidly coming South
Let us keep the Southern children oui
of the mill until 12 years of age and fi
them for positions of responsibility ii
the mill. Besides, work before tha1
age would dwarf both body and mind
COL. E. H. AULL
Lbefore rniaking his speech wanted t<
-rise to a question of personal privilege
Heregretted to do so, but he had hear<
reports in all sections from this poin
that he would not be allowed to speal
here today. But he was sure the peo
pie of No. 4 were as generous and as
-chivalrous as any people. His invaria
ble reply to these reports was tha1
these people were too just to howl dowr
any man.- .
It seemed that he was blamed b3
some in this community for an actior
that was not his. 'He referred to the
matter of the commutation of the sen
tence of Pleasant Gilliam, convicted o:
murder in this, county, and whose' sen
tence was commuted by the governo3
to life in the penitentiary. He was
willing to take any responsibility thai
was his. Soon after the commutation he
received the following letter and affi
davit from his friend, Col. McCarley:
MR. M'CARLEY'S LETTER.
Col. E. H. Aull, Columbia, S. C.:
Dear Sir:-You are being charged b3
the people throughout the county witi
having something to do with the com
mutation of the sentence of Pleasant
Gilliamn. Now in justice to yourseli
and in order to relieve the people'
minds on this point, please sign anc
return to me the within affidavit and i1
will go to the press and stand foro0
against you as the case may be.
I am, yours truly,
J. S. McCarley.
Whitmire, S. C., Sept. 3, 1901.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Personally came before me E. H.
Aull, who, being duly sworn, says: i
have not used or tried to use any influ
ence with Governor McSweeney to the
end that the death sentence imposed on
Pleasant Gilliam by the last July term
of court for Newberry County might
not be commuted.
He did not sign the affidavit, and his
reply to Mr. McCarley, which he read,
was as follows:
MR. AULL'S REPLY.
Col. J. S. McCarley, Whitmire, S. C.:
Dear Sir: Your letter of the 3d was re
ceived several days ago, but owing to
the rush I have been in incident to
moving I have not had opportunity to
reply. I regret that I do not feel that
I should sign the affidavit which you
enclose. As a matter of fact, I was
absent from Columbia when the com
mutation of the sentence of Pleasant
Gilliam was made by the Governor, and
whether or not I had anything to do
with the matter I do not think it would
be proper for me to sign the affidavit
which you enclose, even thqugh I could
do so truthfully, and I must, therefore,
decline to make any affidavit in the
Thanking you for your kindly inter
est, and with best wishes for yourself,
I am, Yours truly,
E. H. Aull.
Cownclue on Fourth Page.
"In a pure food rase that was taken
up from Philadk h.nia to the Supreme
court of Pennsylvania,' says Public
Policy, 'the plea was made that the
law is not violated unless the quantity
of foreign substance on a food staple is
sufficient to injure health.' The Su
preme court decision is that any poison
ous ingredient, whether in quantity to
injure health or not, is a violation of
the statute. The cry goes up that this
'will affect 20 per cent of the stock of
the average dealer.' If one-fifth of the
merchandise sold for food contains poi
sonous ingredients, there is a startling
necessity for the active measures. The
stupid plea that the poison.is not enough
in any one article to hurt the consumer
indicates that the venders never give
enough thought to any aspect of the
question but the pursuit of the nimble
dime and nickel to learn the effect of
the cumulative poisoning. Certainly
when we hear from the trade itself that
the practice of mixing poison in food
has attained a 20 per cent prevalence,
it is time for strenuous suppression,
aimed with the most vigor at the manu
facturers of such articles."
'In view of the above, had you not
better buy "Clifton" flour, a flour guar
anteed pure by the Anti-Adulteration
League? BRANSFORD MILLS.
THEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for Mayor of New
berry, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the primary election.
W E, AS CITIZENS AND VOTERS
of the Town of Newberry, here
by nominate Jno. W. Earhardt for
Mayor of said Town, and pledge him to
abide the result of the Democratic pri
mary. CITIZENS AND VOTERS.
For Alderman-Ward L
M R. E. Y. MORRIS IS HEREBY
MU announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 1, and is pledged to
abide the result of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD ONE.
For Alderm n--Ward 2.
MR. J. E. NORWOOD IS HEREBY
announced a candidate for Alder
man for Ward 2, subject to the results
of the primary election.
CITIZENS OF WARD TWO.
I For Alderman - W rd 3
'W E TAKE PLEASURE IN PRE
senting Dr. Van Smith as a
suitable -man to serve Ward 3 as Alder
man, and pledge him to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
RESIDENTS OF WARD 3.
For Alderman-War d 4.
MAY FRIENDS OF MR. J. J.
Langordplace him in nomina
tion for Alderman from Ward 4, and
pledge him to abide the result of the
For Alder an-- Ward 5
fRIENDS OF S. K. BOUKNIGHT
Vtake pleasure in presenting him
as a can&idate for Alderman from
Ward 5, and pledge him to abide the
result of the primary election.
T EANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Ttockholders of the Newberry
County Alliance Warehouse Company
will be held at Prosperity on the 29th
inst., at 11 o'clock a. m. As the prop
erty is depreciating in value every day,
and as the directors-cannot make sale
of the same for less than the stipulated
price fixed by the stockholders, it is
very important that every stockholder
should attend this meetIng, or arrange
for his stock to be represented by proxy.
Let no one fail in doing this.
J. B. FELLERS,
J. A. SLIGH, President.
Sec'y and Treas.
August 21, 1902.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL AND SINGULAR THE CRED
Zitors of Jerusha A. Hensou,
deceased, Henry 0. Henson, deceased,
aud Cora Lee Henson, deceased, are
hereby required to render in and es
tablish their demands against the es
tate of the said deceased persons before
the undersigned on or before the 26th
day of Augu1st, 1902. atr
Newberry County, S. C.
Master's Office, Aug. 5, 1902.
Hello Central !----Give Me 48
'lie Nedeirry (Graite Froilt
Gollectiollry ald Balery!
They have all kinds ol Biread
Patent. Bread, Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, ('ream Broad.
Cap Bread. Ry e Bread,
Kimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
La~irg.a assortmnent of fresh, faney
(akes ever shown here be%re.
Or'de's takenl by Tele phone andl( de
!i verqd fre.i of eba'ruge as we have out
our~ new elivery wagoni.
('all and se us. or ring up Phon'e
H. A. Meyer & Son.
In large varieties from
a cheap Stick Pin to a
FINE GOLD WATCH.
Call and examine my
stock before buying.
Jfl n ni niin
Jeweler and Optician. I
W Y.:\'AIK EN.OF'ARBBEVILLE,
W~~i( M r. .b annournc- d a a candi
,A I I r * Co gr' fr n tie; tiIru (on
r .. ~ :1 t,inr(i(t. t dl i-k i de i i
..: tn" rt ;iit of tho )mo rato ic
W ire autn ,rizi.i to aL OU CE
Wmn. N. Graydon as a oaandid:s:
+tr r'cn:rrt.s from ie Third Cone res
son:a! j)trit, subject to t be actio.: 01
the D :m=:.,;ratic iri r ytr'; elect ion
IU. \.c:'AILLA, OF AE3BEVILLE
. i; h"-rehv announced a c.ndidatc
rvr C o frm the Thirti Conor:i"
sion :1 lli r i:t in the Democratic pri
mary :t:d i5 plidged to abide the resul1
of the , :toe.
G E') E. Pr I C. i .. ESQ., OF AN
derson, is he-reby announced as t
candi:i;tt:! for ('ongr" ss from the Thir(
corr.s;? .rt i District, anid is piedg,
to abi the result of the Democrati<
prirr,av ehe ion.
I ANNOUNCE my.clf at a cand'da
fir Co! iess in the Third Distric
sul jec. to the atctiion of the Democrati<
E. M. RUCKER, JR.
D R ti F SMITE? OF PICKIENS
is hereby announced as a canci
date for Ct,naress from the Third Con
rw> i,tal District, and is pltdged ti
atbidf Ih' resu:t of the Democratic pri
ar. t-lect Ion
T\I J. STRIBBLING OF WAL
haeia, Oconnee County, is here
by anrouneed as a candidate for ('on
tr" fro-n the Third Cgitrt"isio,,
Di,'riet. in. the Democratic Primar:
a:tis p;eu2 d to abide the result of thi
For Rouse of Represen
F. W. HIGGINS IS ANNOUNCEI
a candidate for the House of Rep
resentatives, and is pledged to abid<
the result of the Democratic primary
L HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELI
a candidate for the House of Rep
resentatives from Newberry County
subject to the rules of the Democratii
primary. ELBERT H. AULL.
I AM c e.uddate for re-el' etion ti
tho ious" and will abide thf' "tsU
of hw prma nry. JNO. F. BANKS.
I AM A CA NDIDATE FOR RE
c'om as a member of the lons<
Ot Iprese"ntativt-s subject to the rule
of tre i) mnocratic party.
Fred l. Dominick.
A R['IIUI KIBLEEt is hereby an
noirluce'd a candidate for the fious
of RIe're= "ntttives, and is pledg. rt t
a de l:t"e ml of the Deiut:crati
pr" . ry .
IlE EBY atnnounce myself s
I e;und idate for the House of ReIprc
s-tatIVe and will abide the result o
the D)em"eratic primary elect ion.
W. H. SANDERS.
JH ER EBY A NNOUNCE MYSELI
as a randidate for the House of Rep
resentatives and pledge myself to abidi
the re~uit of the primary el.etion.
JNO. M. TAYLOR,
of West. End.
For County Supervisor
iEBY ANNOUNCE~ MYSEL]
Ias a candidate for Supervisor fo
the Cou-:ay of Ne wherry, and pledM
myself t:. abid- the result of the Dew
ocratic primary election.
JO[BN B BEDENBAUGH.
14 J. Y. FLOYD [S H EREBY AN
Snounced a:s a candidate :or Count:
S.';p. r visor and is pled ged to abide th,
result of the Democratic primary elec
I RBY announce myself a candi
diaefor County iSupervisor fo
Newberry, and will abide the result o
the primary election.
JORDAN R. GREEN.
T D. RA MAGE is hereby an
. uounced as a candidate fo
Counity Supervisor, and is pledged t
abide the result of the Decmoerati
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELI
a candidate for County Supervisor
subjet to the rules and regulations o
the Democratic primaey.
GEO. W. SWITrTEN BERG.
I H E REBY announce mys~elf as
Scandidase for County Superviso
of N.'wberry County. and pledge my
self to abide the result of the Demo
ratic primary election.
T. 0. STEW ART, Jr.
JON 1\1. SCHUMPER P IS HERE
hvr nmnatedi as a canodidate fo
(ounty Supervisor and( is pledged ti
aidle the result of the primary.
J MUNRO~E WICKER IS HEREB~
~announced a candidate for Count:
Supervisor :for Newberry County an<
pledged to aide the result of the Dem
For Sub Supervisor.
I liEREBY ANNOUNCE MY
se-lf a candidate for Sub-super
vsnr and pledge myself to abide the re
u It of he Democratic primary election
Res pee? fully,
G. SAM MOORE.
I HIIREIBY ANNOUNCE MYSEIJ
a ei.ndidate for Sub Supervisor fo
Newhorry County, and pledge mysel
to abid. the result of the Democrati
remary. J. M. NICHOLS.
JCA LHOUNt iNG LEY IS H E RE
. yannounced a candidate fo
Sub Sipervieor and is pledgd to abid<
4e usult of the DemocraTie primnary
B ENJAMIN HALJFACRE I
h:reby announced a candidat<
for' Sub-Suervisor, and is pledged t<
abide the resujlt of the Demnocratic pri
WA L VR P. COUNTS IS H ERE
bVy a cO onced as a cand idat e fol
Suduptrri'or for the county and i:
pl?ged to ahide the result of th<
T O THE)DMOCATIC VOTPER~
of ewbrryCounty: We takt
p usarue ii anlnounoing the name o:
J A. ( Kibir aus a candidate for tho
olice of sub Supervisor, and pledge h U:
.bing faith in the rsult of the D wo.
e:: die p:'imar. VOTER*.
For County Treasurer
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for the office of County
Treasurer of Newberry County, andc
pledge myself to abide the result of the
Democratic primary election.
W. W. McMORRIES.
tioc .t h t. (:,f ( EtrLmB Te.N
. oNed r a cvt ford re
pl Tetion .aihe e esf < ofte Dra+
OL..--rI ri IL!bLry Count y and1i
ph ed a abide me resua of the Dem
.con.. nr inar e ehe ion.
WILLIAM W. CROMER i- herrb'
announced as a candidate f..
Auditor for Newberry County and -
pledged to abide the r's,lt ,f th<
Democratic primary election.
I RENIUS E PTIN(; IS I EREl'1
- announced a- a caridi1 fo'
County Auditor and is pIled_: , ;"ai
he result of the Denioer"-iw ;w <r
1j7 H. LONGSHORE is her- ax
1 .NG O nounced as a candidat- 4
County Auditor and is pledged to abil
the result of the Democratic r6rimar.
For Probate Judge.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for r.-lcetion t(
the office of Probate Judge for New
berry County, and pt'Edge m: f t
abide the result of the Democraie pi
l mary election.
W. W. HODGES.
MT R. A S. WELLS IS HEREB\
announced as a caiiare toi
Probate Judge of Newberr. ('umnt.v
and is pledged to abide by the result
of the Democratic primary Elrc in.
T BE FRIENDS OF MR .No
Wilson hereby nominate him a
a candidate for Probate Judge of New
berry County and pledge him to aidi
the result of the primary election.
For County Superinten
dent of Education
J S. WH EELER is herehv an
" nounced as a candidate fo
County Superintencernt of Elue:t~t
and is pledged to abide the r"sult
ths Democratic prima y.
EUG. S. WERTS IS HEREBY AN
nounced as a canuidate for Conunt:
Superintendent of Education acid i
p'edged to abide t he resu't o. the pri
THOS. R. WICKER iS HEREBl
announced a candidate for Count:
Superintendent of E-tuca.ion. a,u i
pledged to abide the result of the Dem
J H. CHAPPELL is h rceby au
. nounced as a candidate fo.- Msg
istra', for Townships Nos 1, 2 :+ad
and .:s pledged to abide the result c
a the Demooratic primary election.
F. D.\Y IS HEREBY AN
B nounced a candidate for MiYIi
trate for T'ownsnips Nos. 1, 2 aind e
and i pledged to abide the result e
the Democratic primary.
TO THE D)EMO 'RATICO VO t'ERt
of Nos. 1, 2 and 8 townships:
3 here' announce myself as a carididat
for MAtgistrate for the r.hov: m n.'O
f ow:;,nip!z, and pledge myself to a,hici
the m'ult of the primary.
R C. MAYBIN.
T' JBEREBY ANNOUNCE MYjELI
-K candidate for Magist.rate fo
r ov. -,hips Nos. 1, 2 and 8, and pled g
mys f to abide the result of the Demc
crati" primary. VIRHNr
jR C. B. T1DWELL is hereby ar
niou:.ei-d as a candidat f r M'
trate for T'ownships Now 1. 2 a:nd 6
and is ple-dged to abide tue r.e-su s
the primary election.
W e. SLI(GH IS H EREBY AN
, nounced as a candidate to
Magistrate for 'Township No. 5, and
pledded to abide the result of the Demr
ocratic primary Vk.
I H ERE BY ANNOUNCE MlYSEL.
Sa caudidate f r Magistrate froc
Township No. 6, and p!edge' m:.elf t
abide the res'ult of the Democratic pri
mary election. J. H. WILLIAMs.
J NO. W. ROPP IS HEREBY AN
- nounced a candidate for re-elec
tion as Magistrate for Township No. 7
subject to the rules and regulations o
the Democratic primary.
M RJj' P. B ELLESOR is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for re-elete
tion ats 1ag istrate for No. 10 Township
and is ph-dged to abide the resuil c
the primarv election.
J HEREBY ANNOUN'E MYSELJ
La e-ndidat. for Magis'rato (1
rTTonh i, No. 10 and pledge myvs!f 1a
abide I he result, of the Democra:tie ii
mary. J. C. WILSON.
C OLIN L. GRAH AM is herehr a:
nouneldas a caniddate for Mai
trate for No. 11 Towusnip and is pi- d
)to abide the resul- s of the D inniri
I H EREBY *,nnouince mys.elfI a-.
d.te for Magh,tra'e for Tow;t.b
No 11, an I pht due myselt to abi I
re-ult of t primry electonl
W. F. SUBER.
In preparing prescriptions at
IWe are governed by the rules o
accuracy, ca.re and promptness
There is no drng store in the State
that can serve yon better. WVhethei
you sa-nd .or come yourself, you gel
the best attention always.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Morrl.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
aJ COO fori
li STOVES to
$ Stove M
Do You I
Glenn Springs Ginge
I Because all ingredients used ar
Because it. is made from Glem]
THE OLD RELIABLE that, in
ff rmg for over a hundred years
carbonated drinks. Try it and we
av" said, that it is "The Best."
Drinkers of Gingor A!e will be<
fr..b.ing .3rir.k. made with Glenn
nonnee it the finest on the market.
A'1 your dealer for it..
THE GLENN SP
We haw .ve Buist's Turnip S-ted
GILDER & WEEKS
Corner Drug Storn
NE WBERRY, S. C.
SOL.D IN QUANTITES
- -AT --
nands that she shall
re a cozy and com
:able home. Trust all
us and the expense j
n't be much. See us
r Ale, Made with Glenn
l Water, is the Best
H t he purest and bist.
i Springs Mineral Water.
its natRral state, has been alleviating
is now being made into most delightful
know that y ou will say, as all others
elighted to get this delightful and re
Springs Mineral Water. Experts pro
Try it and you will be convineed.
~RINGS, S. C.
The present contract
for sewerage is about
complete d, and all2
whom the sys t em
reaches should con
nect to it.
IWe are prepared to
do the work strictly ac
cord ingto sanitary reg
ulations. Get our prices
before you'have your
At R. J. Miller's Bestaurant meals
can be had at all hours on short no
-tice. Fish, Steak and all seasonable
dishes served. The Restaurant will
not be closed down during the sum
mer, but will be in faldl blast to serve
can afford. Prompt, polite and at
tentive servants always glad to serve
I also keep one of the choicests
stocks of Fancy Groceries ever
bronght to this cit.y. Call to see me.
GR EN ILE.S. C., :
~ILL BEGIN THE NEXT SESSION
Von Wednesday, September 17th,
ful. Coursesof estudy ective oread
ing to B. A. and M. A. Degrees. Full
comodtins.eFor other nformatio
apply to the President.
A. P. MONTAGUE, LL. D.