E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
COLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEGE.
The agitation of the removal of
this old and honored institution
cr.:ates intense in'erest in the Con
;ereuct ; it is 6i.cused on the
streets, around the church door and
everywhere: and doubtless the dis
Cussiou in the session of the Con
ference this morning at io o'clock
will be spicy and exhat.stive. It is
a grave question, but one which
might have been avoided It was,
in our judgment, a mislake to have
ever attempted to auction a college
to the highest bidder. The educa
tion of the young is too sacred to
be brought into such an unenviable
position, and the manly, Christian
spirit of every follower of Christ, in
the way that John Wesley taught,
ought to repudiate the method by
which the removal of the college is
sought to be accomplished. Where
would such a precedent lead to?
What institution of learning would
be safe if such a precedent were
established? Really every incentive
to the upbuilding of great institu
tions of learning would be nipped
in the bud, because there would be
no pledge or assurance of perma
But, as we understand the ques
tion, the effort to remove the col
lege from Columbia is entirely with
out ground, and the bids are too in
significant to be considered for one
moment by men who take a busi
ness view of the transaction. The
present building occupied by the
college could not be erecied today.
for fifty thousand dollars; to force
the property on the market it
would not command more than
twenty thousand dollars; the build
ing is mortgaged for about fifteen
thousand dollars; therefore it is
probable that the sale of the prop
erty would do but little more than
liquidate the debt. Then it follows
- that the Conference is called upon
to sacrifice property really worth
fifty thousand dollars for educa
tional purposes for thirty-nine
thousand dollars and throw into
the bargain a most desirable lot in
-the center of the city of Columbia!
That would be a; bad trade-so it
apears to us/to say nothing of the
advantages of Columbia over the
towns that are competing for the
There is, however, a moral side
* to the question. Columbia con
tributed the larger part of the
money that went into the present
structure. The money was con- S
tributed over half a century ago in 9
good faith "for the maintajinace of 2
a Female College in Columbia." S
The charter of the insiitution so t
declares. Are there no moral ob- 3
ligptions involved on the part of
* the Conference? Can that body
now break, with impunity, the
compact made between the fathers 1k
and the city ? It does2not seem so p
to us. But 'many contributions ft
were made to the Twentieth Cen 2
tury Fund for Columbia Female t<
College. Do not those contribu- 'I
tions strengthen, if that be possi- aa
ble, the moral obligation already S
set forth? ti
It is a grave question, and in a
view of all that is involved the
Conference ought to think very se
riously before it acts. The matter,
in our judgment, ought never to Ui
have been agitated. t
Bishop Duncan is an excellentA
presiding officer, even if he does
sometimes by his cutting remarks
knock out some of the brethren.
It is always done in a pleasant way
and no one takes offense. The
Bishop is very much of a dictator I'
and very positive in his rulings, to
It is necessary to hold down and ci
keepin control as large a body as 0'
the Conference; if he did not he
would soon lose control of the body.
At a meting of the County
Board of Commissioners held on
Saturday, Mr. Jno. A. Suber was
re-elected keeper of the County
Home, and Dr. J. H. McCullough m
was re-elected county physician. R
Bread and Bread Making.
Prof. Wiley, of the Agrieultural De- S
psrtment at Washingtn, in an article
on ''Bread and Bra Baking,'' says,
"the nutritive value of wheat flour de
pends largely upon the character of
milling.' The most scientifically milled V
*flour is "Clifton," made at Bransford prit
Mills, Owensboro, Ky. Insist on your bar
grcr sending it to you. Call at E. R.
Thnn'. Hoae & Mcarty's and TL W.
CHURCH EXTENSION ANNIVERSARY.
tddress Last Night By Rev. P. H. Whiso
nant, Secretary of the General Board.
The anniversay exercises of t he
Jhurch Extension Board were held
last night. D.votion;tl -ervices
were conducted by I)r. G. \\.
After a few remarks by t he c
retary of the Board, R v J \\.
Elkin, in n lich he urged uplon the
preachers the necessity of takig,
full collections for the church ex
tension fund the
REV. P. H. WHISONANT, D. D ,
Dr. Whisonant is from Louisville,
Ky., and is secretary of the Gener
al Board of Church Extension. He
earnestly outlined the work of the
Board and presented the demands
upon the Board for funds and im
pressed the importanne and the ne
cessity of the preachers taking full
collections for this fund. He stated
that his Board now had calls from
three thousand churches for aid
from this fund. That there were
also enough calls from foreign
lands to exhaust all the money at
the command of the Board. He,
too, urged upon the preachers the
importance of the necessity of
taking collections for this work.
THE FIGHT. FOR THE CoLLEGE.
liepresentatives from Greenwood and
Laurens Very Active. The Contest
Large delegations have been in
the city during the week from
Greenwood and Laurens working
For their respective cities to secure
:he location of the Columbia Fe
nale College in case it is decided
:o move the college from Columbia.
The contest last night was very
warm, but of course all in a very
riendly spirit. There were cau
:nses and znieeting galore. Another
lelegation arrived from Green
vood last night.
There was talk last night that
he whole discussion might be cut
bhort this morning by a motion to
ostpone the whole matter to the
iext session of Conference.
The Bachelor Maids.
A meeting of the Bachelor Maids
will be held next Tuesday afternoon
~t 4 o'clock at the- home of Miss
Another Fase Alam
Another false alarm of fire was
ent in yesterday morning bet ween
and xo o'clock. The store of D.
.Livingston, on Main street, was
iipposed-to be on fire; but it proved
a be only a stove flue burning out.
The Charleston Post has the fol
wing to say of the Carnival Corn
any, which will be in Newberry
>r a week, beginning December
pth : "The Layton Company comes
> Charleston highly recommended. !
'he company carries fifteen shows
ud five free street attractions.
ome of the shows are said to beI
ae most wonderful known to the
orld of sensational specialty.''
Towels Without Cost.
Evr forty-eiht pound sack in E
ake two godtowels, th regular
weling gosbeing used in the mnanu
eture ofthe sacks. Ask your grocer C
sen youia fortight pound sack.
d L. W. Cozby's.
Bransford Mills, 01
The Junior Union.
Primary and Junion Union, No.
will meet this afternoon, owing -
Conference convening in A.R. 1'.
Lurch, beginning promptly at 3.30
rAKES ITS MARK AROUND THE
IWorld. Satisfaction given or
ney refunded. Prices of Pens, $2.50,
00, $4.00 and $5.00. For sale by in
EV. JOHN L. RAY, Agt., kiL
Place of sale during conference, at
NDAY SCHOOL ROOM_
[EHAVE on band a beautiful 70
line of hats bought at reduced or
se ie saclladse hto
gainsive usa call yon. sewato
Men's, Bo',Lde' Mi~
THROWN ON TI
MY STOCK of Shoes i,
be, and instead of \
to cut the price we put th
the market while your ne
move it. Every pair of s
under the axe. It will pa
dred miles and buy your
is your opportunity and
5 bales White Homespun to go
on sale at only 3 1-4c. yd.
2 cases Indago Blue Calico 4c.
200 White Bed Spreads to go f
at 50c. worth 75c.
5 bales the no. P. King Sea
Island 4c. worth 6 1 -4c.
Our entire line of Ladie
ing Skirts to go on sale re
let the side show stores
they can sell you just as<
Come Direct tc
Where One Dollar Doi
The Great Undersell4
lsllo Central ----Gie Me 48 u______
heNehrryDfite Fo ntI n
N~~cbraorIctiOJic Blla8c[y! Sto
They have all kinds of Bread
'enBra,Milk Bread, Ta
Graham Bread, ('ream Bread,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread.
:immel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy _______
akes ever shown here before.
Orders taken by Telephone and de- Do'leitan
vered free of charge as we have "ut it! Itsletrrible
r new delivery wagon. throat. Besides, t
Call and see us, or ring up Phone letting it run.rIt'
Take a hint-our
H. A. Meyer & Son. Red Star
S- Whooping Cou~
,ivery and Sale Stable wlstpcughing
AT POMA R IA. cases which it wil
a Tabet coate "i
vye establisb'-d a gi eral upn in the pocket.
te and first class
LIVERY, FEED . G/LDER&l
ALND SALE STABLE PARTICULAR PHA
At Pomaria. NER
They are prepared to do aniythir g
the lhvery business. Will keep all _________
ads of v, hieles and horses for sale.
~eryinirg tirst clasi ar,d at r.ezson -
le pr ices. (1P(TCE N
7ILL DYE FOR YOU. YOU WILL ngt aeteb
i to let us dy hatald suit fr you 9 i h ms ifc
rateedn to befrst class. Thousand fos h et epei
satisfie customers will telou o . crsi yu t~
ar o lyn o ordlasCrsaieI nT .^ c
;wnr lyn oteftr o.a tr?lec h e bivn
eeadts h rt fou ak rc oal U
for e best eop e h
can fit you. I use oni
a tri l and e co ivine
n d tes th rutr the future ta . price to all. G
isa Cildrens OS !I
-IE MARKET AT
s heavier than it should is
vaiting until January 1st '
e big stock of shoes on ib
eds are great enough to
hoes under the roof fall i
yyou to come one hun
bill of shoes here. Now -
S THE PLACE.
100 bales New Outing just
opened and p'aced on sale
at 4 l-2c.,'7 1-2c. and 9c.
Match them if you can.
Thousands of yards of Stand
ard Calico to go at 3 1-2c.
Thousands of yards of Jeans
slightly soiled Half Price.
s' Fine Cloaks and Walk- T
~gardless of Cost. Don't
fool you by telling you t2
heapas MIMNAUGH. h
s heWork Of Two.
3r of Newberry, S. C.
on! Don't do . .%It il
ha n yu A Good Lamp is a ne- Io
3 ataxo o: cessity in every house- -veu
ills you down. hold. 'We have. the Y4"
best Lamps that we are
sell right. e
rh Cure Chinaware, Pictures, sati
f anyth'n will.adGtlss
n' omplicate W . . ela1S n
hinch I tePrescription Pharmacists.
Are You Fastidious?
wEEKS, -e Ai& Thtsrh
Mcists. reason why you can buy bran
RM~~1O~k.the best in Fruit , Pro.to
________duce, ?taple and Fat cy anot
Groceries fromus Best the
)E[ASSNew Orleans Syrup just part
he angur t received ome to see pep
Eyr'lass es, a'd us. doses
it ervs, with the favoi
v2 E COUNTSedDICERT,s
FLacunva LdT utrcka m u
h;~,~ew241: COUNTS & DICKEBTI Mum1
~d. Strip?i~ o~ 1j9FULL STOCK Butterick Patterns. thisi
~ DANIEL I Sold strictly for cash at Woot- & So
r and Optician. ens. tf.
SOMETHING I i
FOR WHICH TO BE THANKFUL!
'hat's what the woman has who owns
*o)i o ,r 1.bor-saving machi es.
.7 WHiE T IN6G
F -)R WVHCH TO BEi
""That's what the woman
has who owns a hand
some. durable BUGK
FOR WHICH TO BE
That's what the man has who pays the
little fuel bills caused by a Buck's Stove.
On the Market.
FOR SALE BY
W. G. Mayes and
Gilder & Weeks.
Mrs. R. C. Wlim
e ladies of Newberry FRESH NORFOLK OYSTERS
-d vicinity that she
~s open ed a n E x- Prepared in any style
lange for the pur- in the most appetizing
ase or exchange of Ia
es', children's and rnen's) manner and served in
cond hand clothing, and our convenient and
licits their patronage.
?ersons on business wiI cozy dining room.
~ase call at the Exchange, Everything the mar
'otwell Hotel, first floor, ket affords served in
tween9. m.an4p thm very best style.
WHY WE SELL ORERS QIkUJPREPAREDJ.
I ~NO Wilf1N.
My line of Fancy Gro
VArR A E ,cres is new and up
'to-date. We c n give
you the best thlt is to
3cause we believ.- th.e Watermani ,bie had r te socn &Iey
al Fonutain Pens to be the best pieS. eao4~I
matdn. If ws wer&e not tborougb- rs. alad e e
,onvinced that tis is true, we ~Cl n e e
ild keetp iu s;oek ot b-r pens, - R DI L
manufacturers of other pens offer Eide
>etter i[Iducemenuts than. the S. E. NaPotOfic _cwbry .C
Eterman ComnpanIy. Let us fit - -
r hand to. a~ Waterma" Iital Pen. Ndtice of diec ion.
s just as important that a pe~u lit NOIEI EEB IE
r hand, as to ha;v44 a shoe( lit usa,te9hdyo eebr
r foot. You tatke' no risk when 10,i h oni hme,i h
buy a Waterman Pe. Tf.ownoebry .. o ao
not satisfied, bring it back indfreya andfoon mebr f
another, and if yon cau't beWrst srefrfveyas h
sfied we will refund your money.polwilboenda8o'oc a.m
NCIS folwnHae ERns wilseveNa
mtanaso election: Mil be hecdot
1902,it Sin lt Conacilhmer n h
Tono of Newry,l.C.or anMayto omiik
andAldmenof the sdTown oil.
1Y~D ~ Work S. Lserve for fiv yers. . he
polcs 5,l beopne0t2.clc f .2 m.
I~rda -.~d N" s~~und ill o se atll o clckn p.i m.sclThee
ded y th mos cometen au o lo will ae aesn final sereeas
The hae dspeledthesily n- nth ate of Wcion. J. ctto,
, aoter ormusle, ad til brryon y S. Taylo an ron Mon k,h
only ouris a paticuir par o der o'o fi the foeon aondcill m
Yet, owevrgoo you foo aS LANsraorD of sai t .ate .
estio odspesia YoSutah ai satar hr y oiee o
ir otheir clospooeaa so pe-en drithsme ulatse,an
de ythe mos comby tkn reaa llho seidbtdti-esi stt o
ofe Gree Austpler, the ay thno- no efr haae
itha onedicine of the i helthy for AIDHI
A, fntew dorses , ad stinl ebryl.C. Amnsrtr
es the bloodnds A k your diee will_____________
only andoours. Yo patcan part NE ULstc fPpr
edy,l emd au t w ai ey others strcevdan r
Get Green's Spugust Alower,ath
NO108 Of flaal 861118&1 Mi TASCA Rige.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I will make a final settlement
on the estate of Wm. Hatton, de
ceased, in the Probate Court of New
berry County S. C., on Monday, the
29th day of December A. D., 1902 at.
11 o'clock in the. forenoon and will im
mediately apply for Letters Dismissory
as Administrator of said estate.
All persons holding claims against.
the said estate are hereby notified to.
render in the same duly attested, and
all those indebted to the said estate to.
pay the same on or before that date.
Newberr , S. C. Administrator.
Novem er 26th, 1902.
NEW AND FULL stock of Paper
Patterns just received and are
Det Creen'a Rnacial Almonen sold for cash only, at Wooten's.
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