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i.THUS. J. ADAMS,.>EDITOK
^WEDNESDAY,. J ULY 28, 1307.
There was a heavy sncw storm
in Colorado a few days ago.
Cotton bagging and cotton tie3
are withdrawn from the freo list.
The tariff bill has passed the
House with all concessions to the
Recent gold discoveries in Alas
ka are attracting attention to that
Medical authorities assert that
riding the bicycle to excess will
bring on appendicitis.
Ex-Gov. Campbell says Ohio
will be carried for free silver this
year "by tbe mere force of gravity.
Southern mills are buying cot
ton in New York : parties at the
SDuth owning cotton are holding
it for higher prices.
Hot waves with their natural
accompaniments, electric storms
and cloudbursts, are reported from
all sections of our county.
Let us make and raise every
thing except hell in Dixie and
then, and then only, will we be five,
p,nd independent of Republican
Tho largest watermelon ra;s :
nt the Souih this season lias b< i.*u
sent to President McKinley. The
melon came from Georgia and
weighed 78 pounds.
Laurens rejoices ii;
"lights. The fluid th.rt, unban
'.ed, can knock a man to car!;
I and.lo death, was a "bia; .> _ -
ry" in our sister town on last . . : -
A $100,000 silk factory vrl??
be established at Grecnsbor? .
: C. Northern capitalists are '<
.attracted South by the ch .
of labor, the absence of a^ita! . . ,
and ^heap fuel.
The story comes from Klondyke,
Alaska that one man with a frying
terian panned out $40,000 worth of
'gold from a forty foot square lot.
The tush to the gold fields of
Alaska reminds one of the* d :SCOV
~~l>ry of the California gold mines of
flt is announced that Col. Robt.
A. Aldrich will run for the senate
from Barnwell county. Col. Al
drich was one of the original
packages of the "Movement"-a
charter member-but has never
fryet tasted any of the pie. If he
does'nt get some soon, he may
never get any.
All the dispensary cases at is
sue in this State, blended and
jumbled into one, came up before
Jndg? Simonton at Blowing Rock,
N. C., on Tuesday of th.s week.
The impression is abroad in th"
land that the hairs in the head of I
the dispensary are all numbered,
so to speak, and are about to be
plucked out by the roocs.
The Republicans in thi3 State
seem to think that McLaurin is
their man, The "Indicator'" the
Bepublican paper at Spartanburj
Bays of him: "Mr. McLaurin is
about two thirds republican now
and if he should be elected we'll
pray for the conversion of the
other third. Last week we had no
preference bat thanks to the
"campaign of intelligence," we've
learned a little more."
An old and afflicted Georgia
darky recently wrote the following
" unique letter to President Mc
'Mr. McKiney : I voted for yon
in de rain, from sunup to sundown.
I kotched de rheumatism iii my
)ft leg, en hitis done run to my
head en give me rattliu of de brain,
neyer did git no office, en I been
lid up so long dat my wife done
)ef me en gone off wid a turpentine
igger. Could you please-, sub,
m' me some groceries an' a order j
pay $6 house rent? I wish you
would, suh if you please, sub, Efj
loase, sun, sen' me a postage j
imp. so's I kin mail dis letter to
The press dispatches say that the
Jmocratic Senators who voted
for a protective duty on cotton
rere made absolutely sick when
ie report of the conference was
lade, and they discoverd that
ie duty of 20 per cent, ad valorem
cotton had been stricken out
ie Senate conferees made no
fort to retain the duty, the
amocrate now say that they have
m deceived by their Republican
?B. Has a Democrat ever gone
ray from the fold that hf. was
not deceived by the outsiders and
made sick of his bargain? The
gold-bugs hoodwinked a lot of
Democrats last year, and now the
^Republican Protectionists have
BU inning. "What fools we mortals
Jean Ingelow, the distinguished
poet and nov? list, is dead.
Dr. hansen, Peary's European
rival for arctic honors, has started
on an expedition poleward.
Southern fruit growers are now
much interested in exterminating
the San Jose scale, an insect that
threatens ces4ruction to our orch
Gen. Lafayette McLaws, with
one exception, the oldest surviving
Major General - of the Confederate
armies died athis home in Savan
nah on Thursday night lpst.
Apportionment of Past Indebt
edness Between Edgrefield
and Saluda Counties.
The committee appointed to ad
just the indebtedness between
Edgefield and Saluda counties,
consisting of Messrs. N. G. Evaus
Chairman, R. A. Cochran, Jas. P.
Bean, and T. S. Williams, have
made the following report :
Assessed value of property, in
the old county of Edgefield,
86,107,274. Assessed value of
prop-rty in Saluda, $1,971,295.
Assessed value ot properly in
Edgefield since tho separation,
84,135,979. Total indebtedness,
010,413.80. Of this indebtedness,
we hereby apportion to tho Coun
ty of Edgefield seven thousand
and fifty-five dollars and forty
5ve cents, and to the county of
Saluda three thousand three huu
d re d an d fi f ty-e i g h t do liars a a d
hirty-fiv? cents. We find that
:he county of Saluda has, tiiis
year, borrowed eight hundred and
twenty dollars and thirteen cents
ffhich has been applied to its por
tion of the debt, leaving still to be
paid two thousand five hundred
and thirty-eight dollars and twen
y^two' cents, and that the county
of Edgefield hr.?, this year borrow
ed one thousand (jight hundred
and seventy-five dollars which has
been applied to its portion of the
debt, leaving still to be paid five
hon. nd one hundred andjsighty
dollars anet forty-five cents.
In One Day.
Edgefield Democracy at a Lovr
ME. EDITOR : I am an old time
Democrat-an Edgefield '76 Dem
ocrat- a Whito Supremacy and
Home Rule Democrat-and Mr.
Editor, I felt mortified when I
read the. edict of one J. Milton
Gaines^ of Grecnicood Cour?t/, or
dering tho Democratic Executive
Committee of JSdgefield County to
assemble at Edgefield, on the 2nd
August to appoint managers of
election, <!ce. It is bad onough to
think poor old Edgefield has to be
represented in tho State Senate
by a Greenwood county man, and
that ono of our members of the
House must also be a man from
Greenwood count}-. But for the
grand old Edgefield Democratic
Party to be at the beck and call
of an alien is too bad. It is not
right. It is not Democratic. It is
too bad! A disgrace to the proud
Democratic Party of Edgefield!
A shame on us! And Mr. Gaines,
of Greenwood, ought to have more
respect for old Edgefield Democ
racy, if he has no respect for him
self, than to longer persist in
holding the Chairmanship of
Edgefield Democracy. Hoping
that tho Greenwood gentleman
will have the manhood to resign
tho position on Monday next, I am
^ A2sT OLD-TIME DEMOCRAT.
Programme ol' thc Edgefield
Baptist S. S. Convention.
Which meets with the Little
Stevens Creek Church on Satur
day before tho 1st Sunday in Au
gust, 1897. Questions to bo dis
cussed on Saturday:
1st QueryS Sh mid temperance
be taught in tho Sunday-schools?
If so to what extent? A S Tomp
kins, R. T. Strom and Dr D A J
2nd Query. If a brother or sister '
fail to attend Sunday-school with
their families. Are they consistent
church members? Speakers Rev.
II S Harlzog, W H Yeldell and J
3rd Query. Can wo as Baptist
consistently engage in interde
nominational Sunday-school work?
Speakers, Rov J P Mealing, Rev
John Lake aLd T B La?:ham.
4th Query. Teachers meetings,
their practicability and how made
most useful? Speakers. J C Mor
gan, W A Strom and J H Cantelou.!
k 5th Query. The importance of a
knowledge of Biblical geography
in studying the Scriptures? Speak
ers, Rev GW Bussey, Rev LR?
Gwaltney and L D Whito.
Missionary Sermon ou Sunday
by Rev G W Bussey; alternate,
W II Simpson.
Ibo afternoon servico to bo pro
vided for by the convention.
The secretaries of tho different
Sunday-schools aro earnestly re
quested to send in statistical re
H. W: DOBEY,
'"Cherry Ripe" ?t the '\Luray" a
most delightful drii?K\
BIM; I. C., Tl GE!
Up in Cloudland is
Capital of Trans
Populated by One of th
Scenery and Climate
Brevard is a revelation to all
strangers-the favored few who
have come within its influence
have fallen victims to its charms
and longed to remain. One great
advantage is that ?he valley stretch
es out to the east and south in
panoramic splendor and challenges
admiration for its exquisite
loveliness, while to the north the
Balsam mountains interpose
themselves an effectual barrier,
thus shielding the town from the
ice-laden winds- from the north.
To the home, health and pleasuro
.seeker it has everything men count
good, before inaccessible because
of want of raiload facilities, but
since the Brevard & Hendersonville
railroad is now open to the world,
this gem of all nature's attractions
-only equaled, not surpassed, by
the original garden- is within the
reach of every cno. The altitude
of Brevard, 2.2?0 feet, gives a
climate noted for its comparative
dryaesH of atmosph?re and abound
ing sunshine, conditions exceed
ingly favorable to the improvement,
of the young and old; entire
freedom from malaria and
physicians claim it is impos
sible for any case to have its
origin here, no other laud has
purer water nor better health giv
ing conditon. Bosomed oy the
mountains lies the valley of the
French Broad, known to the red
skinned, children of the forest as
Tahkeeostee-tho valley of
enchantment ; tho magnificent
scenery of hillside and valley
bold spell-bound the lovers of
nature, her great natural beauties
have already been sung and told in
story, and her sylvan scenes, and
wild picturesque ioyeliuess await
to woo the artist's "brush and be
transferred to canvass. Tall
mountain peaks rear their heads
in solemu grandeur, while from
their sides burst the tiny spring
which from the iustaut of its birth
sings a lullaby that grows in
volume and lone, till it
Looking Glass Falls, Nine .
awakens the mountain echoes, and
the music of the rill goes on 'till
it plunges over ono of the many
falls which give to Transylvania
county such a wealth of undevel
oped water power.
On either bank of the beautiful
river there- is a largo acreage of
bending grain or tasseled corn.
Meadow after meadow adds to the
lovelinessof-the picture, and the
tingle of cattle bells, and the cry
of the young lambs tell of itself
the prosperity of the inhabitants,
yhile back at tho fxot bills the
smoke curls upward from the
peaceful homes of a happy and
contended people. Churches of
all denominations flourish, for the
people are a God serving people
noted Tor their sunny heartedness
and unbounded hospitality.
Transylvania is atnie mountain
ous county, having on its whole
Southern border the Blue Ridge in
its most massive and imposing
soc? li- i il? IMn.1
I OF TM MOUNTAINS,
eBest People on Earth.
form, while to the north the Pisgah
and Bislsam ranges rear their
towering peaks. The French
Broad and its tributaries, wi th the
Davidson River flow through broad
and fertile valleys, and Little
River on- the east furnishes a
series of valuable water power.
One great advantage possessed by
Transylvania county it does not
lie in the path of the cyclonic
storms which cross the lake rpgions
of the north, nor do the sub
tropical storms which move up
from Florida come near it. Shel
tered on every sido by tall mountain
ranges destructive storms are
Brevard is the county seat 'of
Transylyania. It bas a population
of 600, and rapidly increasing.
Within 8miles of Brevard there
are twenty persons more than 80
years old. There aro ten betwon
the r.ges of 80 and 90, SP von l>e.
us Roch, .Year Brevard, Western
tween 90 and 100 years of age, nod
OUR 10S: und another 1J7. Brevard
is the terminus of the Hender
sonville ? Brevurd R. R.. with
daily trains and mails; "also
telephone connection wi'.h the
Western Union Telegaaph service,
brings it in touch with the busy
world. Neat and comfortable
church buildings offer to all an
opportunity to worship ea.h
according to his own special creed.
The Epworth School of the M. E.
Church, South, is a flourishing
institution, located here, and ii
accomplishing a work destined
to bear fruit to all eternity.
This is the original "Laud of the
Sky," for it was here that the gifted
writer, under the inspiration boru
of the exquisite surroundings first
coined the expression and baptized
with its irame this wonderful laud
To the fruit grower this is a
true paradise. M. J. Orr's
nursery is well stocked with the
finest trees adapted to this locality.
The fla vor and size of his apples
equal any raised on the contine^
UH rs Northwest of Brevard.
Small fruits ripen late but
grow to perfection, The blackberry,
grspe and strawberry grow wi d,
while on the mountain lop the
Huckberry grows in abundance,
very large and delicious.
The soil of the valleys is a rich
loam, producing abunpaul, crops
of cereals, grassos, tobacoo and all
farm products, in fact everything
grown in the United States as
market crops, except cotton and
rice grow to perfection. The billy
upland is adapted to trucking.
For stockraising here is found
all coudilions necessary for its
perfect success. "Horses ?md
horned cattle," Kays Oren. Cling
man, in one of his publications!
"are usually driven to tho moun
tains April 1 and brought back in
November. With in a few weeks
after they havo been put on the '
range, they become fat and sleek.,'
There are, however, on the top
and along tho sides of the moun
tains evergreeu and winter grasses,
on which horso8and horned cattle
live well through the entire winter.
Such animals arc often foaled and
reared there until f t for market
without ever geeing/ a cultivated
This county is already penetrat
ed by one railroad ?nil another is
in contemplation-besides its rich
mijiiug possibilities and timbers,
it offers one of the^finest fields for
cattle and sheep breeding and for(
dairy products to pe found in the
United States. /
COST bl?LAND. ?
Prices of land range higher near
tho county seat, ?nd are graded in
the order namer}": River and creek
bottom, upland* Mountain lands
are cheap, hut valuable for grasses,
vineyards and orchards. The
river very productive. Information
and prices will be cheerfully
furnished by the Transylvania
Laud and Improvement Co.
Come and invest your money and
make your home in the fertile and
healthy section of Western N. C
"The Laud of the Sky."
The mountain region has the
advantage of possessing au almosl
unbroken forest. In comparison
with the extent of forest lands the
clearings- are mere patches, and
there is'no where iu the state an
equal area of land covered with
timber trees of such varied kinds.
The great bulk of timi e.- growth is
of the deciduous hardwood .species.
Besides 'here are njaplp, beach,
hickory, gum, hack be fry, spruce
ard pine. The walnut, poplar,
hickory,. ash, ch'f-nu'and oa!^
I attflin a size that would hardly be
\ credited by one who has jot PPPH
them. The balsam fir -and the
magnolia give a sharp contrast
and exhibit the breadth of the
climate in a purely mountain
region, ' The preservation of this
raag'iificeut forest is clue to the
fact that it has hitherto boen
inaccessible to transportation.
In the southern section of the
county Sapphire, go named from
the mines of corruudum, and the
few places in the world producing
iu quantity this crystal. In 1S93
the product was over 400 tons of
material, one-fourth of which was
nearlycorrundum crystal. Situated
at an altitude of thirty-three
hundred feet, having a climate
better than can be found at any of
the northern resorts it is destined
in the near future to be the ideal
spot LOX seekers after health and
pleasure. The Toxaway company
are rapidly developing 50,000 acres
of land to be devoted to an all-the
year round resort and fish and
game preserve. Splendidly graded
roads lead to the top of Hogback
mountain, the view from which
once seen is never forgotten.
Hotel and cottage accommoda
tions amply provide for the comfort
of guests, and lovely water-falls
offer to the tourist pleasures once
enjoyed, and sure to be sought
Telephone connection with the
outside world adds all that could
be desired in this world of beruty.
Within a radius of a day's drive
from Brevard one can visit many
places which cannot fail to fill the
soul will) wonder. Leaving
Brevard, in less than a milo we
reach the noted French Bread
river. Along its shaded banks
our way lies amid scenes of
constantly shifting attractions.
The swelling upland is all aglow
in floral beauty, and the fence
rews are decked with goldenrod
that nods and bends in graceful
curves, "while the piping of the
quail amid the com,'' the whirr of
the startled pheasant and the
warbling of Ibo feathered songsters
add a charm not to ho forgotten.
Three miles from Brevard we
come to the Maiden Hair Falls. In
a gorge in the mountains shaded by
stately poplars and darkened by
the evergreen spruce and white
pine, the waters of Hoghead creek
awake the melody of tho woods by
plunging over a precipice forming
a'waterfall of pleasing effect.
Four miles from Brevad, spring
ing abruptly from the valley,
Dunn's Rock raises its' granite
head 433 feet in the air. Following
a well worn path one gains the
summit and there the view amply
repays for the exertion. As a
landscape garden tho ''alley lies
out. before you, and the French
Broad river like a silver thread
form* a five pointed ?tar as the
winding wanding waters gfeal on
ward iu. their march to the sea.
In th? distance-the Smojcy moun
tains are ?Gen blending with the
sky, li?gah, Tennessee Ball, Devi's
Court House and Hogback claim
your intention, and the mountajn
breez?, stooping low in the valley,
kissei the blushing flowers and
rushing up the steep sides of the
rock comes pei fame laden ,and
Su miles fr>m Brevard, Cm
uestee Fulls greets y >u with a
welcome. Here are two fal U, the
one directly opposi'e and facing
the other and plunging into the
same chasm where they form a
third. Conneetee, in sunshine
clad, on the brink seems to hesitate.
Gazing with a timid glance she
sees her bridgt goom across the
chasm, and ringing with a merry
shout she leaps to meet him, and
then the two wedded as one, with
a roar of voices like water nymphs
singing their roundelays, rush on
amid the wooded slopes to reach
Little River with its great number
>f falls is sure to attract all comers.
\Ve come first to the Bridal Veil
falls-rightly named. One can
?valk dry =hocl under the rive.' bed
ind where the cool winde blow,
.Hand mid listen to the river
overhead aa the foam lashed waters
pour at hie Feet-ou a small scale
i veritable Niagara.
A sher! dis!ance down the river
the Triple Falls qext present
themselves. These falls are near
together, each rivaling the other
.n attractions, while still further
lown I he High Falls show
hemsehes a thing of beauly. On
he banks of the river the
mountains are clothed with laurel
Montcloue Faim, the home of
and rhododendron, while a wealth
of timber awaits the coming de
maud. Along the turnpike road the
river rushes over lapids destined in
the near future to be ullized by
man for driving machinery.
Three miles from Breva rd we
reach Davidson River, or as the
Indians knew it. Ecusta, the
galloping waters. Hore the
magnificent dam of R. E. Patton's
mill harnesses the entire power
of the stream. Going up the. river
by a most delightful driveway
crossing and recrossing it through
the loveliest of fords we come to
Looking Glass crook. Back in a
gorge and screened from the sun
by leafy curtains the creek pours
ovei a precipice 70 feet high
Transylvania La.id and Improve
The above named land and
improvement company was
organized in the thriving and
beautiful city of Brevard,
Transylvania county, N. C., and
iucorpo ited under the laws of
the State in the year 1890.
Through its manager, \V. B..
Duckworth, Esq., pue of Ihe
foremost attorneys of this section,
we are indebted for ths informa
tion that enables us to announce
that the company have for sale
some of the finest of river bottom
farms, timbered and mineral lands, i
town lots and cottages. The .
gentlemen of the company have
determined never to handle
property other than that having
absolutely clear titles. Two of
them are lawyers by profession,
whose specialty is and has been
in the conveyancing f reai estate
and the investigating of titles, and
The Times has no hestancy in
saying that every purchaser or
patron of them may depend upon
the scurity of all property bought
through the Transylvania Lund
and Improvement Company.
I Their standing in the community
it is guarauteo that the- mutual
welfare is zealously taken care of.
Write them at their Brevard
office and any information they
may give you of the "hind above
the clouds" will be truly authentic.
Boar tj)js in mind and :n casting
about as a hon. '.:- ' k r or a summer
tourist; the assertion is a guarantee
from this publication, that you
aud ?jl?b of you could not have
done more or bolter iban to have
your jines falleu in sn pl. a sa ut a
spot as with them.-Hen der
ron vii le Times.
At Penn's "Luray" Fount every day
you can get Ice Cream Chocolate, Ice
Cream Strawberry, Ice Cream Peach.
Ice Cream Tine apple.
Pine Apple Sherbet at the "Luray.'
forming an ideal mirror hi the
drawing, room of nature. Some
distance off Looking Glass Rocks
stands a wonder by reason of its
immensity. Inaccessible on all
sides but one, it preeents its rocky
face high up among the clouds,
the trees which crown :ts top seem
A not often visited spot is
Cat neva Creek Falls four miles
from Brevard, and these are fallH
in the heart of a virgin forest.
Just below the confluence of
North and .Middle forks of French
river is ttastatoa ford-a place once
visited never to be forgotten. From
thence the road winds its way to
the highlands, past Indian Creek
and Toxaway to the far-famed
Hog back mountain from which
a view, grand beyond any expectat
ing, is to be bad.
The rivers, Horsepasture and
Whitewater, contribute fall*
replete with loveliness, while they
furnish unlimited sport for the
disciples of Isaak Walton.
The Pink bed valley, long the
resort of huntsmen and fishers, is
now part of the immense game
preserve of G. W. Vanderbilt.
Thrugh it one goes to reach the
top Pisgah, familiar to every
visitor to Western North Carolina.
J. C. Cooper, near Brevard.
From its summit Buncombe,
Henkerscn, Haywood aud our own
beautiful county can be looked
over, while the Smoky mountains
tell us v.-h ere Tennessee begin?.
No visitor to the Upper French
Broad Valley has seen alike
attractions, and no plesure seeker
lias realised the full enjoyment of
a mountain view without a visit to
tho summit of Pisgah.
The afi ructions at Caesars Head
have been sung in song and told
iu story until every sojourner is
familiar with them. Brevard is
the nearest railroad station to
Caesars Head and Sapdhire, and
the drive to them ia a kaleidoscop
ic view of mountain and valley
scenery.-Henderson vii le Times.
TlieBen?fit8 of Water-Drinkl njr.
It is possible to prevent prevent
many difieases and cure others by
drinking large quantities of water.
An eminent Freuen physician says
that typhoid fever can be water.
He gives his patients eight or ten
ounces aa hour of sterilised water.
Experiments have bean made wi lb
diseases caused by bacteria, which
demonstrate the curative power of
water. In cases of cholera, where
the system secretes a large amount
of fluid, enormous quantities of bot
water are of great beu?fit, aud will
cure many cases without other
medicinen. One doctor says that
perfectly sweet, fresh cider, taken
in large quantities has been known
to cure cases of bowel complaint.
The acid kills the bacteria, which
are speedily thrown out of the
system. Hot water, in fevers, ig
of great use, and an ordinary
tumbler full of water, as hot as can
be taken, once an hour, is one of
the very best remedies. The
important thing is to put into the
system and out of it a sufficeut
quantity of water to prevent the
;icoumulation of ptomaines and
tex nes within the body-New
in One Day,
"Vigorpne" at the "Luray," as its
name ind'eates, invigorates as well as
delights the palate.
Chill and \
Cures Fever N
in One Day.
OFFICE COUNTY SUPERVISOR, )
Edgefield, S. C., July 19. j
Persons holding claims against
Edgefield county will pleat?* pre
nant them for payment on the fi ret
Monday and Tuesday in August.
There is some borrowed money on
hand to pty such claims as can he
met. The discount will b? 4 and
6 per cent.
H. Q. TALBERT,
C. S. E. C.
Sci Carolina Mm,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Session begins September 28th.
Classical, Literary, Seientitle, Nor
mal and Law Courses, with Diplomas.
Special Courses, with Certificates.
Board $8 a month. Total necessary ex
penses for the year (exclusive of trav
elling, clothing ami books), from $113
:o$153. Women admitted to all classes.
For further information address the
President, P. C. \VO< >D W Alt I).
Having rented the Edge
iield Hotel, the Old Saluda
House, I am now prepared lo
entertain travellers, boarders,
transient or permanent, at rea
Soliciting a share of the
patronage of the public, I am
yours to please.
R. F SCURRY.
Edgefieid. S. C.
Nov. 5, '95.
Hiss Eliza I iims,
After a couife of studies in art at
the Art League in New York fi els
confident that she is much batter
prepared to paint portraits in Pas
tel, Oil, etc., and solicits orders
from her friends and the public.
Many references from patrons in
Edge6eld county, Augusta and
Greenwood can be given if desired.
These beautiful air? HU Hr VUi'V*
popular pictures she also studied
iu New York under a.very compe
tent teacher, and feels sure that
she can please the most fastidious
Call or write for prices of all the
OVER TWENTY YEARS
EXPERIENCE IN ALL
LINES OF GIN REPAIR
ALL ORDERS INTRUST
ED TO ME WILL RE
CEIVE PROMPT AT
SEND IN YOUR GINS
S. M. DAVIS,
NINETY SIX, S. C.
READY FOR INSPECTION
Our line of Wagons and Buggies,
both in open and tops, Carriages and
Breaks are ready for inspection. We
are offering rare bargains and cor
dir'ly invite yon to call.
This line is complete. We have just
received a large shipment of Wagon
and Buggy Harness together with ali
parts of harness-such as Riding,
Blind, Carriage and Open Bridles;
Wagon and Buggy Collars, Harness,
Tags, Traces, Cockeye and Buggy
Traces, Gig Saddles, Gig Pads and
Collars, Pads, Belly Bands foldingand
single, Lines double and single, Hame
Strings, Croupies, Breeching both
wagon and buggy, Slip Harness, Tie
Reins, Breech Straps, Choke Straps,
Dutch Collars and Traces, Web and
Leather Halters, Wagon Breeching all
sises, at living prices.
Oak and Poplar Suits, very pretty
sud very oneap; Dining Tables, ex
tension and piain ( Bureaus. Rockers
cf all kinds: Easels, Hat Racks, and
everything to make home comfortable,
H ARD W AHE AND WAOOK MATBBUL.
A fine line of both, suoh as Rims,
Spokes, Hubs, Tire Iron, Round Iron,
Square Iron, Band Iron. Hoop Iron
In faot everything that is in the make
up of wagons or buggies. Haud Saws,
Augers and Auger Bits, Hammers.
Hatchets, Squares, Axes, Chisles,
Blacksmith Tongs, Files, Rasps, Rules,
Tapes, Lines, Planes, Braces and Bits,
|isp (look Stoves, a|l ?ites and prices.
Tips line is always complete, we
carry a large stopk of collins, Caskets
and Metallics all sizes and prices.
Calls attended to' promptly night or
day. Hearne furnished when wanted.
Our prices are right on everything we
sell, and if we should not have every*
thing you want in stock we will order
it for you. We invite you to come.
RAMSEY & JONES,
Succe-sors to Ramsey ? Bland