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K The Press and Banner. BY HUGH WILSON. ABBEVILLE, 8. C. l 4^-Publlshed every Wednesdp ? . 82 e year la advance. Wednesday, July 1, 1903. * .StIKKCNt iOIIN. Since the recent visit of Synod's honorec and beloved representative, Rev. O. Y. Bon ner,a few suggestions, which we hope may b< received In the same kindly spirit In whlct they are offered, may not be out of place: First?Bring the endowment fund back t( Due West, and let the bank or other propei person, handle it so that the people of tbli county may have tbe Incidental advantage o Its use. In tbe years that are past Abbevllh county contributed liberally to tbe endow monf. fimrf Tr therefore. all things beint equal, the college has tavora to grant, it seemi that Its neighbors and nearest friends mlgb' sbare In them. Abbeville county sorely bai been as good a friend to Ersklne as Newberry has been. Then, wby should an Abbe vllle oounty Institution send Its money t< another county, where Its capital Is InveBtec to build up distant communities? No sort o reflection la intended on Newberry or th< treasurer. '& ~ Second?That the obligation of Synod to ed uoate ber daughters Is not less binding thanli the demand for the education of ber sons For this reason the Synod should take chargi of the Female College, and give It equal sup port with Ersklne College. Third?The number and the selection o trustees tor Ersklne College, as well as for tbi College for Women, (if Synod should assumi control of the Due West Female College) is o almost vital importance. (If we call one col lege Ersklne, why not call the other Bonner? Should not the action of Synod in discarding the former trustees, be reoonsidered ? Thi j(; , institution should not be limited as to thi number of Its friends, and if a hundred gooc men, properly selected, were put on the boarc of either oollege, the act would redound to th< good of the Institutions. The oollegea maj not oonfer literary or theological degrees or many men, who might not only feel honored but who would be drawn to the instltutloni by an appointment on the board of trustees This, we believe, was the policy of the oburcE In the early history of Ersklne. Tne frlendlj recognition of men out of the communion, ai well as In the oommunlou, worked well it the beginning. Since a less liberal spirit and i more ezolnslve policy has been adopted, i seems to us the results have not been mori gratifying man under ine former conditions Practical results mast be preceded by praotl cal efforts. While to have a few aotlv< friends in tbe communion Is a good tblng, tc have many, even If some of them are out o the oommdnlon, Is a condition not to be despised. The obnrob gets its recruits from out slders.and it might be well not to Ignore ever strangers In oar calculations. Good bnslnest methods, It seems to us, would not foster tb< withdrawing from those wbOBe frlendsbli and oo-operatlon might be worth much lr material efforts to advanoe education anc spirituality. Fourth?While tbe conduct of tbe colleg< should not be extremely sectarian In religion It should be non-partisan in politics. Tb< oollege Is In business to educate tbe youn( people and not to teach them politics. Tb< mistake of calling William Jennings Bryar to speak at Ersklne should cot be repeated It mast be admitted that there are some verj good men who did not endorse that gentle man's politics, and some of whom may no have relished the partisanship of the oolleg< In hlB favor. Fifth?In the effort to establish new ohnroh es. when other conditions are equally favora ble, Is It not better to seleot towns and com lrr< mnnltles, where there is no Presbyterlai 1 chnrch? In small settlements where there li already a Presbyterian oharcb, the work li more dlffloult? The fact might Just as wel be recognized that the average citizen doei not see or realize or care for aoy little differ ence In the faith or practices of the tw< ohurohes. ? * The Twentieth Centary Fond. Rev. O. Y. Bonner was In Abbeville las Sunday, and conducted divine servloeB In thi Associate Reformed Chnrch In the morning. After the regular services he spoke.ln be half of the church in Its effort to raise 360,000 as a twentieth oentury fund. Subscription were asked from those who were willing t< nine nrVt I aK a r* KdakI I an m toava tf\ Ka rtaTrahll Id Ave annual Installments, the first to be oome tine on the first of Ootober next, and the others to be payable on tbe same date of each year thereafter until tbe whole shall be paid The >30,000 Is to be divided as follows: 925,000 for Ersklne College, 512,500 for foreign missions, 912,500 for Due West Female College when Synod assumes oontrol of It, and 910,000 for domestio missions. Tbe claims o each appropriation were forcibly presented, and 91% was raised in tbe congregation. Is fei, * ylew of tbe oonditlon of tbe cnurcb, It ap pears that to ub that this was liberal, tbougt we do not know what Mr. Ronner thought o It. In the afternoon Mr. Bonner addressed thi people at Bethel In the Interest of tbe same For more than fifty yean Abbeville bai taken much Interest In Ersklne College, an< In tbe past tbe people of this County, lrre v- apective of church affiliation, have not with held their money, when tbe needs ol the Col lege were presented. Last Sunday Mr. Bon ner's appeal was only to the ohurch peopl< who were present. T \ Thu anrvtal xx?aa nnnrinntasl nn a. hlffh nln np ; Each and all gave as their ability or lncll nation directed. None were embarrassec by orgeat solicitation. The tact Is, Erskine College Is largely i County institution, In which people in al the walks of life are more or less lnterestec and have |a pride in its success. As an ed< ..uoational institution, scores of our people en Joy advantages from Its existence, and as t churcb-Instltutlon It has been tbe cblet cor ner stone. Tbe Female College at Due West has beer scarcely less Important to the churoh. Tb< educated Christian young women wbo have gone out from Its classes have become tbi wives of good men in all parts of the country and their good Influence has been felt every where. The Female College, no less thai Erskine, deserves the support of the churoh In fact, If we had been going to apportion tbi twentieth century fund, we certainly woulc have given the Female College as much, 1 not more, of tbe money than to Erskine. Th< church and the world certainly needs edu cated women as much as educated men .Nearly all the good and uselul men are the eons of good women. If money Is to be spent on "foreign mis ions," Mexico's claims are good. Tbe time li coming, when money spent lo that Countrj will be under the bead of "borne missions.' Mexloo will come bome alter awblle, and ell around tbe fireside In Uuole Sam's great family of States. Tbe "bome missions" fund mlgbt be drawr on for tbe benefit of Charleston, wbose peo pie need to be Impressed witb tbe necessity of enforcing tbe civil law of tbe land, and where Juries need the prayer and sustaining grace of tbe .righteous. Just received the finest lot of paint evei een In Abbeville,at Milford's Drugstore. If you want tobacco by the box at wholesale prices go to K H. Speed--Tbe tobaccc man. * j ? j ? '.. 1 ' To be Tried iu JLexiuRtou. Judge Townsend granted the petltlou of James H. Tillman for a change of the place of his trial from Columbia, and named Lex lngton as the plaoe where he will be tried on the third Monday In September. We believe the Judge did right, and we further believe that he did what a large per cent, of those k who read the affidavits believed be should do and would do. In the face of all these affidavits he could scarcely have refused the obange. The number of affidavits on both sides, we believe, Is lnprecedented. And singularly enough it appears to us that former straightout Democrats and Tlllmanltes were allgued I In this case, very much as tbty were pollti cally years ago. ! If the afflldavlts Indicate the Individual i opinion of the affiants, it occurs to us that neither a conviotion nor an acquittal could have beeu had in Columbia. With those subject to jury duty about equally divided in opinion, it would have been next to the Impossible to have organized a Jury that would have been unanimous on any verdict. The York ville Enquirer says : Iu llsteuing to arguments for and against a cbHDge or venue lor a aeienaani, we are nome 3 how Inclined to look upoD "unfair trial" no I synonymous with conviction and "fair trial" as synonymous with acquittal. That Is the ' way the attorneys on both sides Beem to view - the matter. > ! The Greenville News remarked the other j day that the "South Carolina Press Association Is composed of an Intelligent body of 5 men." To this, Mtb. Virginia D. Young flies a cross bill, saying "Me too." We are very glad to Include Mrs. Young, but ourstatement . wan correct. Inasmuch as the flies show she Is "editor and proprietor" of the Fairfax Enter8 prise.?Greenville News. If our respected contemporary will bear 9 with ua, we would BUggest that Mrs. " Young speaks correctly when Bhe says that she Is "editor and proprietor" of the Fairfax Enterprise. We would no more say f "editress and proprietress" than we would 9 say teacheress, buyeress, debtoress, passen3 voraDo cnhanrlhnrosD rtrtnlrARH mllllnerPRP. kWM-*WW. ? * 1 nursess, authoress, typewrlteress or house' keepereBB. 5 * 3 Dr. Broughton of Atlanta, has been saying ' unkind things of typewriters, and last j Sunday night be attacked by name one of tbe prominent lawyers of that city. Tbe lawyer ' replied in a newspaper by saying if what Broughton said was true the lawyer would be 1 a felon,and if It was not true, the preacher ' was a liar. Dr. Broughton may be a worthy follower of ' tbe lowly Nazarene who never spoke exoept ' In sympathy for the lowly, aDd who so often ' made scathing remarks about hypocrites and ' men who claimed to be better than others, ' but we do not recognize the likeness of Jesus Christ in malicious attacks upon character. } As long as we have money to spend on monuments it occurs to us that we might make an exhibit at St. Louis.?Abbeville , Press and Banner. But it Is much cheaper to make an exhibit > In the Press and Banner.?Newberry ObserI ver. An exhibit *n tbe Observer seems to be gratuitous. MUSIC IN THE AIE, j > * i A Concord of Sweet Hound* that Fills I tbe Nool With Love and Rapture. Mr. Baldwin, tbe leader of the Abbeville Band, 1b making fine progress in teaching > young gentlemen of our town the solence ana art of the rhythmic combination of tones on ' tbe different wind Instruments. i , The man who hatb no mualo In himself, ' Nor is not moved with concord ol sweet 5 sounds i Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils. Slnoe tbe organization of our band tbe r sweetest music fills tbe breezes of tbe nlgbt . air with the choicest melody. l w uu Will UOU jr iuai tuo o hccicoi uiciuuiod , Are those tbat are by distance made more sweet. Those who are favored with the privilege of listening to the rhythmlo sounds by night will readily know that Music bath charms to soothe the savage, To split a rock or smash a cabbage. , Our people are greatly Indebted not only to the presence of tbe efficient teacher, but are 9 equally under obligations to ibe willingness 1 or the young gentlemen who compose tbe band to give us nightly concerts. The government at Washington is proud of Its bands - of muslo, wbloh dellxht tbe people on occaj slon. In like manner Abbeville Is proud of , her musical talent. In Instrumental and vocal muslo no town surpasses Abbeville. This city has always been distinguished for its culture and refinement no less than for its musical accomplishment. t ( TROY DOTS. 1 Good Times Ahead for Farmers Who 1 9 Patronise Their Home Cribs?Also ' Otber Items. C / > Tnno M 1QAQ Miss Ma; Davis, daughter of our esteemed 1 i lellow citizen, Mr. J. O. Davis, and one of I . Troy's uncrowned queens, will leave for Al- , lanta July 1st, where she goes to prepare her self for a trained nurse. Mr. F. L. Cooper and family will spend three or four weeks In Augusta, and will tben return to Troy to spend the summer. The Park Hotel has become to be quite a homeI like plaoe since our teaohers and Mr. Cooper's < family have left. The recent heavy and continued rains have i put tbe farmers in tbe grass, but tbey are i making baste while the sun shines, and will ? soon have Gen. Qreen under control. Your correspondent bas traveled through i tbe counties of Abbeville, Greenwood, Laut rens and Newberry, and the prospect lor a cotton orop is very unpromising. Tbe orop is from two to three weeks late. Not a bloom 0 was Been in ail my rounds and the stalk Is I, very small. The outlook for a [cotton crop, _ Judging froni this section of the country, is very poor, and if these counties are a fair 1 sample of the ootton orop ol this State, it will - be behind the average. But what of tbat. There will be such a scramble for cotton this Fall that tbe farmers will be master of tbe 1 - situation, and "lord of all they survey," and . can sit back with his legs crossed and say to 1 , tbe cotton sharks, give me my price or you don't get It. Of course tbis does not apply to tbe poor . lienor who has his oorn crib and meat bouse off in New York and Baltimore. He must bow to the will of tbe bosses and money 1 sharks. Tbat is a pitiable state of affairs, but as long as the poor farmer depends on tbe North to famish him blB bread and meat this present deplorable condition of affairs will 1 contlnueUbe same, and he has no one to 1 blame but himself. Your correspondent has bad some experience feeding the poor farmer, who depended on giving liens for their support and he made i lots ol money?over ihe left?by bis generosity, and of course, the good will of his custo- , ' mers is worth something to him, and is high- . ly appreciated. But maybe it is brean cast i upon the waters, and perhaps some day It will come floating down the river of life to make glad the life ofthlB retired mercbant. > While I am patiently awaiting the return or a the bread, I am having a good time and am growing fat, and tbat is about all we need to 1 bave In tbls world, for we brought nothing into the world and we are bound to carry i nothing away. Give me neither poverty nor riches, but feed me with the food convenient | for me, nbould be the prayer of every living 9 being. 1 But the financial condition of your corres- 1 . pondent Is a matter of no conoern to your readers, so I must not worry them longer. } J. F. Wldeman. j ? As the summer advances 6 mnnfiv hfiftftTTlAR nnar/?or onH t 1 it behooves one and all to \ make their cash go. as far as t- possible, and we wish to assist you in this by selling you i l Drummers' Samples atwhole; sale prices which saves you from 33 to 50 per cent. i A. M. Smith & Co. i We are the people tor line soap of every kind. MUford's Drug Store. , 10 pr. ladles tine button Rhoea. broken lota > Former price #2.50 on bargain counter 81.00 at i Httddon'a. < r. .... ?. v. .. . *. , v jiv'iiii,. I ???? H i \ THE F In these weekly ti many sides of the clothing all our statements?we hi stretching the truth in our Acs ttto call "Hia u"Rag+. Sehloss Bros. & Co., of Bz wonder that we have won Ev HAL c "Very Impartial." The State of i Yorkvllle Enquirer. COUNTY Of Colonel Wylle Jones gave an affidavit to _ the eflect tbat tbe feeling In Columbia was Probate Court.?Cltal itrong against Col. J. H. Tillman, and then minii wrote a letter to the effect that tbe affidavit By R. E. Hill, Esq must not be construed as,conveying tbe lm- itthereas Mrs presslon tbat, In Col. Jone's opinion, Col. Till VV made salt torn man wnnlri not. hfi able to eet a fair trial, a ,i .JneofCoi.Tillman's attorneys BueRested in j^^VlT'sii^monB 1 tJts speech that social and business Influence deceased lad been brought to bear on Col. Jones, and Th(,a(, ;rn .horofnr, that was very unkind for It must be admitted ,7 and Hin^ni?r th? b tbBt 00101161 ?hesa?d JaiH 81mm Jones was really very Impartial. jje an(j appear before , n bate, to be held at A day, the 13th day of J To the People of Abbeville County. J&VS, U "ny'? We call special attention to all read- Ao?l1?l8tr^tl0D 8b?ul are of this paper that we have found thu 27thydaj the remedy at last. It is a recent [Seal.] of our Lord o Discovery for all Nervous Diseases, dredandthre Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Sour Stom- published on the ache, Heartburn, Distress after eating, in the Press and Bt Costiveness, Liver Complaint, Back- House door for the tii ache, all Kidney and Bladder troubles, Eczema. Female Complaints, or any disease arising from Impure Blood, Our New Discovery is the name of nf Clinn this wonderful mediciue. xjoIcLIu 01 Dlldb We give an absolute guarantee with each bottle, and if you are not benefit ed after taking one bottle, please fill Nnh'po nf Raffle out the guarantee slip and mail to ^01100 01 bett1^ us and we_ will gladly^ refund the Cation for Fi rrice you raid, we oner ?>i.uu re ward to any person or persons showing where we have failed to comply TAj^fy wiiP with the terms of this guarantee. 0f my actings and doi For nale by all Druggists, price $1.00 the Estate of Eiias 1 per bottle. If your druggist can not ?f?ro' supply it, we will deliver it to you win apply for a flnai ( upon receipt of price. . as Bucb. Our New Discovery Med. Oo. e8*tePwiu Vrewnft Laurens, ft. C/. before tbat aay, provi be forever barred. ' ' June 10,1503. Ready for Business Dr. S. F. Kllllngawor Klllfngstvor WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF DEN carriages, junjfi k" buggies, wagons, _ -mmm HARNESS, Etc. EffttigS* Quality guaranteed. AgenU for the cele- tri brated "White 8tar" Summer's aud Rock Hill R\-.' jjj auggles. Give us a call. Yours for business, L^0^^\JBpL?"r? CALVERT A SICKLES. Haddon'H Locals. A Mammoth shoe sale at Haddon's for :he month of June. Now Is tbe time to secure a bargain In oxords at Haddon's. We are selling oxfords and slippers at 25 per ^^^,0,757jent Discount lor cash call early and get a w jarguln at Hadapn's. 50 percent DUcuant In some Button THE IilSi Shoes In odds and ends at Haddons. Have you seen tbOBe shoes and slippers frnirrnnt Hplioin it 50 per pair at Haddons. infract, uencio . some of the choice can be purchased I Fruit Jars, rubbers, etc., at W. D. Barks- Tea brand makes lales. Bimply perfect. T Get your order In for hay presses, hay wire, nftrnhi0 aihie omato cans, etc., W. D. Barksdale. paraoie. inis is Fresh lot salmon.) ust received. 75c per pound. W. D. Barksdale. We carry a full I ra\eOU&C^nf&caGeeHaWCOl,arfr0mH M INDIA, CEYLOI TP Our soda fountain Is running In full blast With two competent Boda men at the helm and offer the Choi we cab please and cool the most fastidious Jfours to please, C. A. Mllford, The Druggist. prices. Call and examine our line of mowers, rakes ind Hay preBseB. W. D. Barksdale. _ ||[ The newest patterDs and material In negll- T JPr '!? jee shirts are being shown at Hull & Auder^ lj I (Y I ion's. ? ? * 0 AMrxrDcrtM H U u or n M L/ l_ r\ w w , Abbeville, S. CSumming Up. INAL_ARGU1 alks of the past few montfc question?we have endear ave sought to give facts, favor, nor distorting cond Ill the meantime^ us many new friends ness have cemented newspaper, we can c but i?i our business intentions?and as tin the eating our merit l tremendous increase < Next week, we to Clothing-in-the-World," m iltimore there is little cai such wide popularity, ery garment bears this lab ,Z, & ANDERS 1LOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS for Gentlemen and Boys. South Carolina, . ' ABBEVILLE. Ksl@ irillQ Lion (or Letters of Ad* stratloc. Judge of Prohate. 't'csfh E. Alloe Simmons has le, to grant her Letters of ae Estate and effects of aMk ate of Abbeville County, 5?V a, to cite and admonish FOT tllR TIP Indred and creditors of ?? val ons, deceased, that tbey 4-1-1/-* ???( roe, In the Court of Pro- X?U." iTxCi ibbevllle C. H., on Monruly, 1908, after publtca- *?" lock Id the forenoon, to m/l Lhey have, why ibe said VI Id not be granted. ' nd and seal of the Court, r of June, in the year T7ITTT7,"D QTLXHT] ne thousand nine hun- J-J V JIiJlv OilU V e, and In the 127th year Independence. Thf? i 1st day of June, 1903, . . t. inner and on the Court JU3t in< ne required by law. custom E. E. HILL, Jq gtvli Judge of Probate. Call early to secure t Wyles, Deceased. R. M.] iment and Appli- ? Selling at on the I6tb day ol reader a final accouDt T%.T A Idrs as Administrator of l\l A*y1 vVyles, deceaoed, In tbe JL V V/?V 1 jate /or Abbeville Couns., and on tbe same day llsobarge from ray trust ; demands against said -m-~r bem for payment on or bd and au then lea ted or JLJL* Jas. T. Latimer, Administrator. ? Are going to th. Dr, C. a. Latimer. Men's SllitS, et tb & Latimer, for 15 days. N TI8TS- while they are dental done at home, ?? h. n Buy your Groc Kee. Wecarr; ^ of Crockery, G i Cp/3 have a full lii IIIp/A\ Spices, Hams, I LJ K&v/\i Candies and C vl thing Fruits, Vegeta m , anything in ou us, pure Tea from _ st gardens in China * lere. Our O. & O. a beverage that is he flavor is incom- TV extra good value at Ifl iue of _ Don't forget that P. B. Speet ^ AND CHINESE lc,OUH supply 01 me very ues Straw bats tor men and boj jAo Glenn's. Cest blenda at these ;f you are looking for the fresh candy then go to .Spee< Fall In line with the crowds M ,__ ford's for any aud every thlny Mill Did you pver see a pretty gl . Hillini , like candy? Why no. Well, ply you with the best. ' \ A t3 IE f? y< ai p< si WENT. I a d si L t< ls, we have touched on rored to be impartial in . ic and facts only?neither ? LrClOIJLS UI UULLipCLi LJAJUL. v ll c! v . these "talks" have brought 11 ' 0 h ?and our' methods of bust- e e their -patronage. In the mly declare our intentions-- * V relations, we can -prove our D ^ "proof of the pudding is in p )ing success is shown in the ii of our business this Spring. 11 0 I t a 0 t f will "submit our case f the jury." c c 1 6 ad? by ws^ubei/Ow garmehtst t ise for g \f/ Wljolesalc Drapers i < iel: Gunnteu Sopafioriti. ' < 1 i ON, I 1 t ~ i ( ????????????????? j p Out Sale at \ % Haddon's. xt few weeks you will find , atest line of Bargains in ! 7ash Materials. \ m by us. ; Bfoods we offer are all this Season's purchase, and are 3 goods you ueed for the hot summer days. It is our < i to clean up every season all goods that may change 1 e. 1 he choicest things on sale. EEaddon & Co. i at Cost for the ! ; Fifteen Days. M. Tate & Co. ; sell Shoes, Hats, Pants, Dress Shirts, c. Also a lot of Dress Goods at cost I ow is your chance. Come and buy cheap. It won't last long. 1. Tate <? Co. i K McKEE, Jr. i i eries, Dry Goods and Shoes from Mc- ' J y a full line. We also have a nice line < lassware and Lamps. In Groceries we ue of Canned Goods, Teas, Coffees, i Shoulders and Breakfast Bacon, Fine -i _n iraciters. we nanaie m an umeo bles and Produce. When in need of r line be sure to call and see us. j ours to please, i V. McKEE, JR. ' Ho. . Raruiilnu In drnmmnr'K ?aini)l(!fl .ire Ktlll to t candy. be had at \V. 1). Barksdale's. J '8, 10c to 50c a Try our Egg Phosphates. Mllford'a Drug J. tore. |u Wo silll have a ftnv barrels of inolHsses that i A "very best' in we can Hell at a bargain. Call and set our : ct prices. W. D. lJarksdale. j T Is' Drug Store. The best evlJoncn nf tlie merit of the Cluco ^ and go to Mil- cigar ih that everybody smokes it and every : you want. retailer wauls to sell it. We sell Irom three ** ir! that did no- to live thousand every month. 1'. B. Speed w Speed cau sup You cau always get fresh caudy from P. li I Speed. | i ' . . '[ : rHOW TO ATTAIN OLD AGE. $ Jk dvlce From an Anthorlty on the Subject of Longevity. Of the giving of recipes for longevir there is apparently no end. Every lan or woman who has reached out ??. hnrnnrf tha ollnH-nH thrPPSPOrfl . ears and ten is made the subject of a entertaining argument to prove the oints of this or that contender. Every abnormality in the shape of xength of arm, of back, of general rstem, is used as an illustration of le virtues of this or that system of sercise or living. It is the opinion of V. \ good many laymen that mankind i oes entirely toO much thinking on the . ? /' abject of how to live to a ripe old age. ' ess worry on this point might lead > the desired result . But there never will be*less worry. \ Iven now the list of systems for pro>ngatlon of man's days is being aug lented. The very latest suggestion t\, ? omes from a physician of credit and '/f snown. He thinks that there is a ery great deal of benefit or of Injury i tho Tcooririf* nf r>r>rtnin kinds of lothing. M According to this authority, the rearing of flannel next the skin Is ' nmensely Injurious to the general run - / f men and women. Cotton is king, In V Is opinion. For summer wear he uggests a calico shirt, while balbrijf* an cotton is his Idea of winter covring. The main point of his theory ? i the necessity of wearing always the ame kind of material next the skin, whether this be of linen, cotton or / rool. ' Jill! Outdoor exercise is highly recom lended?that is, if cycling be except- d. Wheeling Is not considered a sane erformance by this judge. How to Bake Tripe. 4-rrr/v nnnn^a nf hnilnil tl'lllP ' J''\ VUO ITT V pvuuuo v*. ivv**vw ?. ? - - , ~ -1 Qch pieces. Peel, slice and fry In a j-rji, Ittle butter four mild onions. When f a golden grown color, turn them ato a deep baking dish, lay on them he tripe, dust with pepper and salt nd one tablespoonful of flour. Pour ' M >ver milk sufficient to cover, put over he dish a tightly fitting lid and bake or two hours. When done, skim off the at, turn into a heated dish and serve. How to Make Poor Man'* Pnddinff. Wash two tablespoonfuls of rlce-thor* * v." lughly, put It In a pudding dish, pour , ; ver It a quart of rich milk, add four leaping tablespoonfuls of granulated ugar and a saltspoonful of salt Stand he dish on the back of the stove and qi f,'^V;| t oeais auu iue net; uegma lu ot^u ... itir'it often from the bottom to keep t from sticking. When the rice Is quite soft, add half a teaspoonful of vanilla ixtr&ct and grate In quarter of a nut- , neg. Stir these flavorings thiwfb: ; veil and put the dish in the oven. As )ften as the milk begins to wrinkle on S :op after placing it In the oven stir it . . thoroughly, not allowing a crust to 1 r ? !orm on top till the milk becomes thick . \y md creamy. Then do not stir it any >V^ more. Let is get a delicate brown on :op and then take it from the oven. * ' ' A. V,' 3erve cold with currant jelly, How to Make Sandeea. - 'I Chop some beef or mutton very fine, , ;-,s ibout two cupfuls. Add to it one small f; jnion chopped fine. Season with salt "^^^8 md pepper and add a little gravy. But- : ;V :er escalop dishes or shells and fil| " ' :hem two-thirds full with the mixture Spread over then} mashed potatoes. that have had milk or cream addol to ' Lhem. Brush over with melted butter md brown In the oven. S? How to Make Koamli*. One ^juart of perfectly fresh milk, > >ne-fifth of a 2 cent cake of yeast, one tablespoonful of sugar. Dissolve the Feast In a little water and mix It witk the sugar and milk. . Put the mixture . if Into strong bottles?beer bottles are - f Sood?cork them with tightly "fitting \ stoppers and tie down securely with rtout twine. Shake the bottles for a full minute to mix thoroughly the. ingredients, then place them on end In a refrigerator or some equally cool place > to ferment slowly. At the end of three (Jays lay the bottles on their sides; turn them occasionally. Five days are required to perfect the fermentation, and "A then the koumiss is at its best It will keep Indefinitely in a refrigerator. How to Prepare Fish a la Heine. 'ki To prepare fish a la relne pick a i pound of boiled fish into small pieces. Make a white sauce of one tablespoonful of flour and one cupful of cream. Add to It the fish, two tablespoonfuls * r, jf chopped mushrooms, salt and paprika, and heat It thoroughly over hot water. At the last add the beaten folk of one egg and one tablespoonful if chopped parsley. How to Fry Clams Maryland Style. j Put one tablespoonful of butter In a frying pan over the fire. When It la hot add 'one tablespoonful of finely chopped onion. Fry slowly for five minutes. Do not brown the onion. Add ' < L5 soft shell clams. Cook for five min? I utes in a covered pan. Season with a little pepper. Beat the yolks of two eggs, add to them one-half a cupful of cream, add this to the hot clams and stir until the sauce is creamy. If it boils, it will curdle. . How to Devil Almonds. Blanch and shred two-thirds of n ci:pful of almonds. Heat one tablcspoc'.iCul of butter until it sizzlt-s nnd saute the almonds, then add two tnMi^pnmifuls of chutney, four t.-ii ' . poutifuts , ( chopped cucumber pi<-l; two spoonfuls of worci'steisi! tv s.-scef. one teaspoonful of salt ami mi.- saitsjrjutiful of pepper. Serve hot. How to Make Spraee Ileer. Mix together a pound and a half of loaf sugar, two gallons and a half of n-ater, a large piece of lemon peel, sufficient essence of snruce to flavor and half a cupful of yeast. When the beer Is fermented, bottle it for use. I0LLEGE OF CHARLESTON, CHARLESTON, S. C. 18th Year Begins September 25th. ETTERS, SCIENCES, ENGINEERING. J One bcboiarttliip to each County ol South urollna. Eutrauce examinations held at bbevllle by County Superintendent of Eduit toil and Judge of l'robate, on July loth, uttlon ^iu. Hoard and furnished room In ormllory, flu per month. All candidates lor Emission are permitted tocorapele for Boyee cnolarnhips, wtiieh pay $100 a pear. For ilalogue, address HAltUIBON UANDOLl'H, May 'a, 1903. tf President. 4