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Tuesday, December 21, 1897.
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THE DRAIN" OK THE SOUTH. f
The araonnt disbursed for army pen- i
sions daring the fiscal year 1897 was 1
A $136,170,103 66, and the Soathern J
States received only 13 per cent of
the whole amount, and this amount I
was disbursed principally in Kentucky '
and Tennessee. Ex-Secretary Herbert 1
stated that of all the appropriations of 1
. every kind mads by the Goverament 1
' at Washington, only 4 per cent was *
received by tbe South. The appropriations
for pensions from the fiscal ^
year 1866 to the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1896, amount to $2,344,101,- ,
732.37, so that at the rats of 1.3 per j
cent, the South has received $30,473,- j
322.52, while the balance of $2,313,- ,
628,409.84 has gone elsevrhe; e. The .
following table, showing appropria- j
tions far the fiscal year commencing .
Jane 30, 1866, to the year ending Jane '
30, 1898, is instructive:
Tensions $2,344,101,732 37
Army 1,445,853,689 50
Navy... 745 294.902 20,
Military Academy.... 11,870 839 93
Total $4,547,121,164 00 i
Just think of all this immense '
amount of money, except 4 per cent,
going East. Excluding the ikcalcu- *
lahle tariff tax, the fourteen Southern
States paid in internal revenue taxes 1
for the fiscal j eai 1897, $31,000,000 in j
round numbers, in pensions, $18,000,- >
000, thus leaving a drain of $12,899,- '
206.58 annually. The six New Eng.
laud States paid in 1897 for internal
revenue taxes $5,488,098.32, and received
back in pensions $18,285,557.30, ]
tbus they received $7,797,458.98 more f
i than they pay. In other words, the
Souths money is going to New Eng- .
land. Is it any wonder that the South j
finds moi:ey scarce and the New England
States find ii plentiful?
Whes Governor Sheppard said in :
Washington that the fanners "have
rrnaof Aonjo frv on/1 ^fh?r
uv iv vvui^/iUAu MUM VMVJ
are *_out of debt, have plenty of the '
necessities of life, and are able to j
properly rear and educate their children,"
the Governor doubtless felt that '
it wouldn't do to advertise his State as .
being so poor. While the fanners are j
not starring, many, most of them, are .
in debt and they have not made ex-. '
penses this year. The) can't produce
cotton and sell it for 5 cents without :
coming: out at the end of the year in
debt- It is just simply a question of
how Ioiig it will take to consume all ,
their property if cotton stays at 5 >
cents. What the Governor might ,
have truthfully said is that the farmers
_ - are very blue, that'they have not made j
^penges this year, but that tbey are
devolincr more attention to the x>ro
deletion of those things consumed at 1
home, and that they Jhope in the end j
to raise cotton merely as a sarplua i
crop, and that it is a critical period j
with them. He might hare said that t
no country in the world could stand
the drain that has-been made on the
South as it has done and that it is the *
finest country in the world, that
nowhere in the world caj people live (
so well on so little, and that in 1893 j
the South stood the panic better than 1
the rest of the'eountry.
We have received a communication
sigoed "A Friend," which will be ^
published if the author will make
i * i i . -a. . Ti. i
Known 10 us ms or ner laenuiy. 11
is an invariable rule not to publish .
anonyymons communications unless *
. the name of the writer is given to the
editor. Of course, the name will not
beclisclosed; bnt for obvious reasons
we have tojknow who writes articles
for the paper. It is required as an
evidence of good faith. Frequently,
an article might be published without
the identity of the author, and no
barm wonld result. But unless some
such rule as that mentioned is* rigidly
enforced nev7snar>ers conld bp. and
would be, often imposed upon. We .
are always glad lo have people write *
for our columns, and we assure "A ^
Friend" that the article mentioned .
will appeaj, if he or she will drop a *
letter to us so that we may know who
wrote it. Such letters are always ?
considered confidential, and the name 1
of the author will be revealed to no c
one, without consent. At the top of ^
the editorial column this rule is pub1
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II^UCU in CYery issue* ii ii 13 viuiaicu.
in one instance, it will have to be done 5
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George Tillman on an anti-dispen- 1
sary platform would make a lively 8
campaign. It is not likely that the
dispensary will survive until the next c
campaign. We presume that Mr. *
McGowan is against the dispensary v
also. He and Mr. iTillman would be e
in cash other's way: Now if Senator *
l'ilimau should decide to carry out his 1
threat to come home, and run for c
Governor in order to save the di3- 2
peosarv. wouldn't we have a lively d
old campaign between the Tillmans?
However, it is loo soon to take sides, "
and we propose to wait until Governor 0
- Ellerbe's term shall have expired be- 0
fere condemning him. **
The Georgia legislature will memo- 0
rialhie Congress to pass a national c
quarantine law. The gentleman ad- '
voeating: the resolution gave as his ti
rcasonlthat the business interests of u
the Stats had suffered on account of ^
the loose quarantine regulations in
Georgia. Then why didn't he intrc- g
duce a bill into the.. State legislature a
moking the law more rigid? Wby j1
lo-^k '0 Washington for wbat can be "
dene iu Atlanta? Will we ask the jj
national government to feed us next? C
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The proposed appropriation for the i
elief of thoue who hare gone to
Klondike is one of the rnaiij species ;
f paternal legislation now so common.
)f conrse, every one feels sorry for
hnc? tnfprinir for food in Klondike, ,
)nt it is no fanction of Government to
:eed them. They were warned by
lie newspapers of the great difficulty
n getting food, 'lhey went to Klonlike
with their eyes wide open, and
vhile their condition might appeal to
;haritable people, Congress has no
nore right to feed, people in Klondike
han it has to feed the people in Fairield
It is announced that Senator Archer,
>f Spartanburg, will be a candidate
or Governor, and the principal plank
n his platform will be opposition to
he higher institutions ot learning. If
ie does not do better than G. Walt
Whitman, he will disturb nobody's
)eace. When will the politicians iet
:?the higher invitations c ' learning
est"? Every year some one
ries to ride them to death, and the
people usually put such politicians in
he rear. Tb?y will do it again.
The general opinion of the press of
;he State ii. that 5 cent cotton will
produce a bis: crop of candidates next
(rear. When people are h*rd pressed
for money, they turn ;.to politic?, and
try to persuade the rest of the people
that what the coantry needs is new
men in office. As this has always
been the case, we presume that next
fear will be no exception to the rule.
So look out for an army of candidates
Piople seed not be excited over
small-pox, but it is nothing more tlnn
prudence for everybody in the community
to be vaccinated. If we had a
board _ot neattn, some tuiuumauvc
action might be taken. As it i?,
srery individual must act for himself.
While it is exceedingly improbable
that ihe disease will spread, we suggest
that the authorities at Mt. Zion
see to it that all the pupils are vaccinated,
Mr. L. J. Williams, of the State
Board of Control declares "ikat,
prices considered, the dispensary
whiskey is as wholesome and pure as
my liquor which could be put upon the
market by any person or corporation."
Larry Gantt ought to have something
to say about this. Is he still ready to
prove that the dispensary sold cologne
spirits and that Senator Tillman
thought it a great joke?
Solicitor Henrt, Attorney General
Barber aBd Congressman Strait will
ill be in the race for Congress. This
iias been going the round-, and as none
of the gentlemen have denied the
truthfulness of the statement, we take
it that the report is true. We would
oe glad to see either Mr. Henry or Mr,
Barber succeed jl>r. strait.
Senator Chandler seems about
ready to break loose from the Republican
paity. ThS gold standard,
he thinks, and Secretary Gsge's finanlial
scheme will wreck the party.
The unity of the party, he think?, depends
upon whether McNully decides
to' act for the people or for the
The country, irrespective of politics,
ffill deeply sympathize with President
McKinley in his affliction. His demotion
to his mother is a splendid eximple
to the whole country cf honor
a o no for f
,\j yui v*
Lancaster has a Supreme Court
Justice, Chester has the Solicitor, and
fork has bad the Judge of this circuit
for three terms. It wouM s;em
hat Fairfield oughc now to have ine
mossy dale dots.
Since my last our community had
!nd a gloom cast over it by a visit of
;he Agel of Death in the h <>hold (.f
oar e?teem?d friend and imiivr, Mr
T. Washington Robinson, near Crooked
Sun Church. His daughter, Miss
Jessie, wa9 first stricken down with
pneumonia, which assumed some complications.
While she was very tick
ler father way also stricken down with
pneumonia, and in a few days her
nother succumbcd to the same disease.
Mr. Robinson passed awav
ibout I o'clock in the morning, and
lis wife followed him at 9.S0 o'clock
be same day. Miss Jessie joined j
hem the next night. Sad iRdced was
t to witness the breaking np of a
'amily in a lew hours, only leaving
toor sons, Will Robinson, J. L. Rob son,
Samnel Robinson and Alex,
tobinsou. It was a very sad sight to
ee husband and wife laid side by side
n the same room and carried out to the
:emeterv together. Their remains
vere interred in Bethel cemetery.
Chey had been consistent members of
ke Methodist Church for a number of
ears and took a very active part in all
hurch affairs, never mnrmuring or
omplaining or refusing to perform
.ny duty laid upon them. They were
,11 ready to meet the Bridegroom on
lis appearing. Mr. Robinson and his
pife had been in poor health for tome I
ime, and owing to their advanced age
srere not able to withstand their aisnses.
The funeral rite3 were perormed
by their pastor, Rev. W. H.
kliller, in the presence of a very large
:oncourse of relatives, friends and
teighbors. The bereft family have the
ieep sympathy of the community.
Ttere was a homicide committed iu
his community abort the same time,
f which I have not seen any report
f. [lenry Rowser shot and killed
ane Coleman on Capt. T. J. Perry's
lace. It seexas from what was brsoght
ut at the inquest that some boys were
utting wood, and when the girl went |
rhere they were tor toe purpose 01
elting some wood, the boys were 1
usseling1 over a gun. Sbe remarked 1
> them that they had better stop fool- !
with it or somebody would get ]
Hied, when the other boy let tbc guu j
>ose, and Henry, in whose hands the '
uu was, pointed it at the girl's bead j
ud discharged it, the whole'load pass- ;
ig into her head, killing her almost J
astantiy. After the coronet i^ve^'i- ;
ation thr case was vWs: -<i *h<r
lry who rou^ered a 7F.;<l.c r?>*?-.Kv.i
loleman came to her death by a gun-j
shot wound inflicted at the hands of
Henry Rowser. The boy was committed
to jail upon a warrant issued by
Rev. W. H. Miller has been returned
to this charge for another year.
We wish him abundant success in his
TKoronnW ?ppn two calls made by r
the township cbairmen appointed by
the cotton growers association. What
is ths matter that there is so much indifference
manifested? Come, Mr.
Cbairmen, do your duty and let the
farmers have a showing. See whether
they mean business or simply wish to
grumble about the low price of cotton
until next spring, when they can tell
you bow many acres of cotton they
have planted and are working to beat
their last year's crop. If any help is
objaiued it can only be done by organization.
t. b. >i*k.
December 17, 1897.
jfo cere-xo pat .
This is the way all druggists sell
Grove's Tasetless Chill Tonic for
Chills and Malaria. It is simply Iron
and Quinine in a tasteless form. Children
love it. Adults prefer it to bitter
nauseating tonics. Price, 50c, *
GLEAMINOS FROM CROSBYVILLE.
Miss Nannie Keller, the accomplished
teacher of the Crosbyville
school, haa recently been selling her
rent cotton at Carlisle, S. 0. She was
accompanied by her brother, Mr.
.Mr. JoeNevitt, better known to us
as "Uncle Joe", will soon have his
new residence completed. Ic is being
built on the same foundation on which
his former residence was burned.
All those from our vicinity who at
tended the Baptist State Convention
at Rock Hill, 8. C., have returned,
and report a most pleasant trip. Miss
It. Y. Keller was among the fortunate
or.e-3 who attended. She was accompanicd
by her friends Miss M. A.
Prult of Bradley, S. C., and Jiis9
Yirgie Hagie, "from Virgii ia. While
iu Rock Hill they were guests in the
beautiful and attractive home of Mr.
aud Mrs. James Kerr. They say their
visit could not have been more enjoyable,
a9 Mr. Kerr is such a kind
and thoughtful host, and they have
never known a more char < ing hostess
than Mrs. Kerr.
On the morning of the oth inst.,
just after the sun bad risen from his
hiding place behind the eastern horizen,
we, a merry group, set out for
the spacious and inviting home of Mr.
Vf?*o Tno "Wiohorfr TcVlPrA WC hft.fl
AUU Ul VVV IV A9UV* VJ (. MV?V
been invited to witness the uniting in
the holy bonds of matrimony their
daughter Miss Fannie, to Mr. Dave
Taylor, of Chester County. Rev.
Beiton Estes wag the officiating elergyman,
and to say the cercmony was
solemn and imposing would be an inadequate
expression ot the truth.
After the ceremony congratulations
were tendered them* by a large concourse
of relations and friends.
We then repaired to Cool Branch
church, about a mile and a half distant,
where we listened to a most interesting
and effective sermon by the
pastor, Rev. Beiton Estes. The services
were largely attended, notwithstanding
tho exceedingly unpleasant
weathhr. Bro. Estes is truly a noble
man, and judging from the many
pleasant things said to me concerning
his true worthy, as a pastor, he is
snrely "the right man in the right
place." While listening to the complimentary
remarks made in his favor
by the members of his charge, I conld
scarcely refrain from exclaiming:
"Blest be the tie that binde,
Our hearts in Christian love."
The hlusic at the church was excellent.
Both the pastor and the members
should congratulate themselves on
having such an efficient organis as
iliss Jennie Keller. Sbe certainly
acts well her part. I haven't time
and space to say anything concerning
the interesting Sunday School, which
is eo successfully superintended by
onr good brother, J. F. V. Legg,
whose true worth is already so well
known to many ot cur denomination.
After the services at the charch
were concluded the handsome groom
with bis blushing bride resumed their
places in a pretty conveyance and led
the way back to the bride's parental
home, where we were to partake of
the nuptial feast. Upon our arrival
we were met by the kind and gema!
host and were escorted into the reception
room, where we spent about
an hour discussing the interesting
fermon of the morning, etc. We then
received the anxiously awaited announcement,
"Dinner is ready!" and,
a# a natural sequence, we went in
search-of the dining hall, which we
easily found, and not only did we find
the ball, but also an extensive tabla
which seemed groanirg beneath its
burden of the most sumptuous viands.
Would it be saying too much were I
to sav our feast would have rivaled
??> Invnm tho f?r-f<?mpr1 fpssfs of
Lueullus in old Rome.
We are certainly indebted to Mr.
aud Mrs. Wisbert for a mo3t memorable
episode in the history of our lives.
Perhaps, I had better say to Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor, as it was through their
plannings tbat the feast was given.
Mr. Taylor is a young man of sterling
worth, and it is useless for me to attempt
to say anything of Mrs. Taylor,
as her wo.-th is already known to her
many friends (in this county) who
when interrogated concerning her will
rapidly respond, "to know her U to
Our sincere wish for this couple U,
that they may always find life as
bright and pleasant as it is now, and
too, may they find overhanging their
pathway just enough clouds to cause
them to appreciate the sunshine.
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UCC. Id, I0?<. xvutu.
What It Indicates,
Nothing so interferes with one's
plans or ambition like sickness or poor
health. Have you ever thought that
your kidneys may be the cause of
your sickness? You can easily find
ont by setting aside your urine for
twenty-four hours; a sediment or settling
indicates an unhealthy cendition
of the kidneys. When urine stains
linen it is evidence of kidney trouble.
Too frequent desire to nrinate or pain
in the back, is also convincing proof
that the kidneys a.id bladder r.re out
It is a source o? comr.-rr jo Know
that D?\ Kilmer's S ^amp-Root is (be
great remedy f rill ki'ney-anJ bladder
complaints. Il relieves pain, stitch
or dull aching in the bick, diffi alt to
urinate, scalding or pain in pa-sing it,
and qaicklv overcomes that tinpieasmt
necessity of being compelled to get up
many times during the nighO The
mild and extraordinary effect of
Swamp-Roct is soon realized: Its action
is gentle, j et immediate, me relief
speedy and cure permanent. At druggists
fii\y cent? and one rfoliar. Yoc
may have a *arap'e bottle ana pam
phlef, boih sen- tree by mail. Mention
The News and Herald and fend
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your aauress k> ur. jxiiuier ?.v , u r?.
baruton, N. Y. The prcpiie'ors uf
this paper ?uari:jtee the genuin-ness
-.f tbis offer. *
A FRICAMA cure RL^utuausa aa'i I
Scrofula to Stay Cured.
WE ARE ASSERTING IN' THE C
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE \VC
" 'PTTriTTTn'R.'R C. A STOT?,!
I DR. SAMUEL PITCHER,
was the origir.atcr of "PiTCithat
has borne and does now
bear the facsimile signature of1
This is the original " PITCHER^
used in the homes of the Motlie
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at
the kind you have always bough
and has the signature o
per. No one has authority fr
eepi The Centaur Company of
Do Not Be
Do not endanger the life c
a cheap substitute which soi
(because he- makes a few n
gredients of which even hi
"Xh.8 Kind Yon Ea^
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TMt CENTAL!R CC?PArtY. T7 MWf
XKE PLATFORM '
Of tl?e State Prohibition Convention which
Mel in Colombia, May 26, 1893.
We, the Prohibitionists of South
Carolina in convention assembled, bow
before Almighty God and acknowledge
H:m as the guide and ruler in all true
1. We are unalterably opposed to the
liquor traffic?a traffic by which at
least $5,000,000 are annually taken
from oar already impoverished people
to be squandered by the liquor dealer
and gambler; by which onr courts are
kept occupicd with criminal business,
our jails filled with prisoners, our penitentiary
with convicts, our poor houses
with paupers, and our asylums with
lunatics; by which many of our boys,
after being* educated, are unfitted for
business ane utterly ruined, and many
of our girls degraded into servants of
druokeu husbands, while the parents
suffer with untold misery; and by
which our civilization is demoralized
and the very Church of God hindered
in its work-in brief, a traffic against
the intellectual, social, material, financial,
moral, educational and religious
interests of the people. We therefoie
earnestly favor and will work for the
enactment of such laws as will prohibit
ihs manufacture and sale of intoxicating
liquors for use as a beverage
in oar si ate.
2. We coidially invite the co-operation
of all Democrats in this laudable
effort for State p.-ohibition, irrespective
of the opinion on other issues as
already made up in the State.
O;) the is?ue ihns rquarely presented
Ihe people, at the primary election,
Angnsl 301_1S92J voted 10^0 m&j
for prohibition. Out of a total vote
of 8S,482, 70,535 votes were taken in
the prohibition boxes?40,338 in favor
rnd 30,197 against it. In tbe eight
conntics vrhieh gave majorities against
prohibition the majorities were email,
ranging from 113 to 592, excepting in
Charleston County, where only 264
voles were counted for prohibition and
3,938 against it. The total majority in
these eight counties was 5,797, the
olfcer 27 counties 'giving an aggregate
majority of 15,738.
The people asked for prohibition
and were given the dispensary.
The prohibitionists have not shifted
their ground since, but 6tand on the
same platform as in 1892, and^call
upon the Legislature to comply with
the demand which was then made, and
which has never been modified by any
vote of the people since. This is the
The people ask for bread, will the
Legislature continue to give them?
Relief la Six Hoars.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder disease
relieved in six hours by "New
Gkeat South American Kidnet
Cube." It is a great enrprise on account
of it* exceeding promptness in
relieving pain the bladder, kidnejs
and back, in male or female. Relieves
retention almost almost immediately.
If yon -want quick relief and cnre this
this is the jemedy. Sold by "VV. E.
Aiken, druggist, Winnsboro, S. C- *
iScrSSljrr^1 Mm c*^~*'r **' beautifies the bfttc.
wa Promo'.M a luxuriant growth.
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A new and useful device which every
family will buy, is sold only through local
agents. Simple and strong, can fce put
up anywhere; securely holds iope or wire;
instant adjustirent and removal of line;
no props needed. Sells on sight Popular
price. Agents wanted everywiiebe.
Exclusive territory. Attractive terms.
Premiums and profit-sharing. Anyone
may become agent. Sample pair; by mail,
KELSO NOVFLTY CO., 528 Locust Street,
EM of Beef
bow to prepare many dell
eate and delicious dishes.
Address, Liebig Co., P. 0. Box, 271S
Ill AVE SEV?it&Li v ILi'ijii LUVVS
w; icb I wWh :o cxcrapge for voting
iff cat lie.
/ll-25tf H. L ELLIOTT.
:ourts our right to the
>rd "c astoria," and
;a," as our trade mark.
of Hyannis3 Massachusetts,
lER'S CAST0R1A," the same
5 CASTORIA," which 'has been
rs of America for over thirty
the wrapper and see that it is
om me to use my name exwhich
Chas. H. Eetcher is
>f your child by accepting
ne druggist may offer you
lore pennies on it), the ine
does not know.
re Always Bought"
ILE SIGNATURE OF
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IRAY 6TKCCT, KCWYORK CITY.
iii Mocent Sfcr
How often you hear of a sweet innocent
child suffering from some terrible
blood disease vrhicb is hereditary
and which if not Eradicated from the
system will be a source of misery during:
ils entire life. If you are a parent
onri rnnr rhild is snfFeriner from aov
blood disease, don't neglect getting a
bottle of Africana, the sore cure.
Read the following:
I had been troubled for years with
rheumatism. I took two bottles of
your -most excellent medicine, Africana,
which has about relieved me
I entirely, and I feei like a different
man. My little daughter, eight yean
old, was greatly afflicted with sore
eyes all her life, and less than ooe
bottle of Africana has affected apparently
a permanent cure. It affords
me great pleasure to recommend your
most excellent medicine, the "Africana,"
as a great relief to suffering
REV. F. M. JORDAN,
Brevard, Transylvania County, N. C.
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pay when satisfied. Write to-day, as
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' UNDERTAKING j
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with a fall stock of Caskets, Bnrial
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A nice selection of Xmas
Goods, in Celluloid and China
Novelties, Albums, Portfolios,
Pictures, Dressing Sets, &c.
A selection of
good and 'pretty binding,
China Tea Cups and Saucers,
Plates, Berry and Salad
Lamps of all kinds.,McMaster
DR. J. B, BROOKS,
Late physician in charge of the Keeley
Institute at Hot SpriDgs, Ark,
and the Tri-Elixiria Kemedy
Co., Memphis, Tenn.,|has
onened a privateinsti.
tate at Hot'SpriDgs '
MorpMne, Wffiej, Opn aid
And all diseases tint come to
this great health resort, such
as rhenmatism, nearalaria, iDsomoia,
nervous, blood, liver.
kidney and stomach complaints.
His home treatment for the
whiskey and drng habit can
be sent to auy address. Corre?po
idence solicited and con
S3?*Eefercnces: Any b*nker or city
official of Hot Springs. 12-1-97
The lacst styles, elegant in design,
strong in construction, perfect in workmanship,
selected with experience,
beats the record for beauty, and never
so low in price as now. Everything
guaranteed. What isn't right we will
REPAIRED - - - A.-niTTX-*Tr(
Tf I nTTTHTnri
With all tbe latest improvemants.
None better made. Yon might as
well try to put a qaart of water in a
pint meesure as to buy better or cheaper.
So buy at home. Will meet all
Cooking and beating. Oar line is
second to none. Thoroaghly np to
date with all improvements .and prices
Complete. All calls promptly attended
to night and day.
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FARMERS WISHING TO BUY
CHEAP FOR CASH
will do well to call and see our prices.
We have a lull stock of Groceries.
Furniture, Wagons, Busbies, Pbjetons,
Shingles and Barbed Wire. We also
lew Hie Sewing Machines
The NEW HOME is one of the best j
j:i in*; mi* iv* V| ?" * i'??w "w v?iv?^ w? j
<oms !<>w grade mac!iit:es<.
C?>?re ar,d ?ec us.
M.W. DOTY & CO.
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ONLY 25 C3
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Cash. To ;
we will s?
at cost. 1
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can ffet? g
see us and
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OWING T? THE LOW PR
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on hand, money has not been coir
like to have it, and money is what
have. Hence this
No goods charged
Jj^jj^^Pkase remember this and'
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ling in as fast as I would J| I
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to anyone. J
isjon approval |
bring the CAS H .with .you*
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WARRANT-ID FOR |
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STYLE LIKE CUT IN THIS "AD." ?
All 'ike J.cksl Ixtprovemeuts: ? * ||||j
tih^ Nccu'c-. Scir-tiircadin^ Shut- jj:
Somatic i obbin T".rider. Loose 2;
5Wheel, end Firll Set of Attadi-% ..L ' ]$Wm
Finest Cabinet Woodwork ii %
e Oak or Black Walnut. C
FGB AU KACHMES, 15 KITS A MOL \
iisfaciurerm, 66 K Foartk Mt I fl
PHILADELPHIA, PEMMJL J