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?rHE NATIONAL BANK I
sf AUGUSTA, GA.
L. C. HAYNE, President.
FRANK'G. FORD, Cashier.
CAPITAL. .... ..$250,000
Surplus and Profits. 150*000
We shall be pleased to har? you open?n account 4"
wltAthls Ban tc. Customers and correspondent* as- At
surcfl of eTery courtesy and accommadationpossl. JL
bte under conservative, modern Banking methods. ,2,
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EDGEflELD, S..Cli?PNESDAY* JANUARY 3, 1906.
i- ? m llllAllllin
J* ^Willie Levy
We have for this Fall the Grandest Line of Suits,
Over-Coats and Furnishing Goods and Hats for Men, Boys
and Children, ever brought to Augusta.
Ask to see our JOHNSON & MURPHY & BARRY
FOR THE LADIES.
We have the Greatest line of Tailor Made Suits '
Odd Skirts, Shirt Waists, Belts and Neckwear. '
Call and examine our Goods before buying else
J. WILLIS LEVY,
1866 Broad Street, - - Augusta, Ga.
073 Broad St. ~Z \ ~~~
OOO Jones St. MUC|USta, Gfil.
Everything on Wheels
Mr. W. T. FIELD the senior member of the old firm
of FIELD & KELLY has bought out their business at - the
same old stand 973 Broad Street and Q6O Jones Street, nn
der the name of
ITle|*l & Co.
We will sell ali the stock bought of Field & Kelly con
sisting Carnages, Buggies. Wagons, Bicycles, Harness,
Saddles, Buggy Robes, Etc., LESS than FACTORY
THESE GOODS MUST GO to make room for our
immense new line of goods now coming in.
?Remember the place the large 3 story brick build
ing with sign on top
"Everything on Wheels.
In the past two weeks the larg-st shipments that hare ever
been delivered in Augusta. Eight car loads of goods and three more
to come in, besides quantities of lsd s than car;loa dshipments of
various ii nes, including Carriages Buggies, Wagons, Surreys,
Harness, Saddlery, Carriage and Wagon Material and also
, Christmas goods which inclade children's Tricycles, Toy. Wagons, ve
locipedes, Goat Wagons and Cart.?, hobby horses, swannetts
" and motors, varions styles to suit all comers. I have the largest and
best assorted stock io the southe, n state. 1 buy direct from the manu
facturer and oin sell cheaper than any other tlrw in the city of Au
/ gusta who bas been in business for the last twenty-five or thirty years*
Sole Agent for tho lamons B ABCOCK vehicles nod Chase's
L's fine silkjplush.and ueaverjrobes. Can SPII you a good top
b?ggy complete tor $50,00, or oj eu buggy with harness and umbrella
* for $50,C0.
UIBTCall and see my stock and be convinced.
. ? .749 and 751. Broad ."Street,.
I am in position to make very close prices Cn Fancy
and Heavy Groceries, Notions and Staple Dry Goods
When you come to town come to my store. I will not
I can save you money.
Opposite Oil Mill, Edgerield, S. C.
W. W. RAMSEY. G. W. LEGWEN,
RAMSEY & LEGWEN
835-837 Reynolds Street, - - AUGUSTA, GA
C. A. GRIFFIN &CO.,
Represent the following old reliable and popular Fire
Home of New York,
New York Underwriters,
Phoenix of Hartford,
Royall Insurance Company of
. Northern Insurance Company of London,
* Atlanta-Birmingham Insurance Company.
HARTFORD INSURANCE COMPANY
These companies have been doing business in Edgefield
county for over twenty-five years.
We will appreciate a continuance of your patronage.
Prompt and careful attention given to all business..
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
Machines. Also the Oeci
lian Piano Player.
Call on or write ns for
prices and terms.
OTIPTY SIX, a ?,
THE BIRTH OF 1906
Once Again Thc Old Year is
Passed to History
CARNIVAL SCENE IN NEW YORK
Navel Observatory at Washington
Ticks Off Signal at 12, 1, 2, and 3,
O'clock, Washington Time, to Dif
ferent Time Belts of the United
States and also Sends the Tidings
to Honolulu, Guam, Minalla, Mexi
co and West Indies-No Effort
Made to Encircle the Globe This
Year-Signal Wirelessed to Ships
signals announcing tho birth of 1906
were, flashed from the Naval Observa
tory here through the medium of the
Western Union and the Postal Tele
graph- Companies; Th? signal was
ticked off .lt il 1, aud 3 o'clock,
respeciv?ly, so aa to conform with
the midnight hour for Washington,
Centra;, Rocky Mb??laul and Pacifi?e
coast time, respectively. The midnight
signal was repeated to all points read
ily available by the telegraphic eampa
nies; to Honolulu, Guamt and.Manilla;
through Mexico and to points in the
West Indies, audj where possible, cit
ies in South America and to England
and France. The Washington mid
night signal also flashed to the wire
less telegraph stations with a view to
its communication to ships at sea.
No attempt was made, as. on previous
occassious, to circumvent the globe
with the flash signal.
The long distance telephone was al
so utilized where available for com
municating the arrival of the New
New Yorky Special.-The advent of
the New Year was the occasion to
night of the usual noisy demonstra
tions throughout thc city of New York
The fach that New Year's eve fell on
Sunday did not dampen thc enthuas
iasm of the tens of thousands of peo
ple who paraded the streets blowing
great tin horns, r&j^llg hells of all
descriptions, and finally, with thc com
ing bf midnight, resorting to all sorts
of methods for the production of noise
The chimes of Old Trinity brought
to lower .Broadway and Wall street
the greatest throngs of New Year
merry makers. For years the~bells of
this historic church have beejijcumr ns
the signal of a new year's
the t^reatre and restaura
of upper ; Broadway. . thc c
iihe streets^ Sunday.?ftighfc?
makers in carnavil spirit":
confetti battles. Everyu
was a spirit of revelry abn-tm: new
year's welcome was as noisy as New
Yorkers knoAv how to make it.
Boise, Idaho, Special.-It developed
that the assassanation at Caldwell of
former Governor Frank Steuuenberg
with a dynamite bomb was perpetra
te ted by some one person' by pulling
a wire that exploded thc dyimmite as
the former Governor was closing the
rear gate of his home. It was at first
thought that thc bomb was arranged
to explode automatically as the gate
opened. It also developed that two
bombs were, both being exploded
simultaneously, by means ov wire and
waxed flail line, remnants of which
were' found on the lawn. The con
viction grows that Steuuenberg was
murdered as a result of his activity
-in crushing miners' strike riots at
Cour d' Alene in 1899. On this theory
ene man was.arrested but his name is
kept secret by the police, who say
evidence against the prisoner is strong
Five other men have been detained on
Norfolk, Va. Special.-The claim of
the Edward Stern Company having
been settled, Judge W. B. Martin Fri
day discharged T. Catsby Jones from
the receivership of the Southern Mu
tual-Aid Association, of Norfolk, to
which he was appointed Thursday.
The Birmingham Association after
settling the Stern claim annauneed its
solvency. F. S. Griggs, a stockholder
in the Norfolk Association, instituted
proceedings for an accounting against
both companies without asking for a
Three Trainmen Killed 'in Freight
Huntington, Ind. ,Special.. .By the
derailment of an engine and ten cars
of a freight train on the Chicago &
Erie Railroad near Disco Hill, Engi
neer John J. O'Brien, of Kouts, Fire
man C. B. Oliver, of this, place, and
Lemuel Fisher, brakeman, of Roches
ter, Ind., were instantly killed. The
wreck caught fire. Only the body of
Engineer O'Brien was recovered.
Bryan Makes Promise.
Maiiila, By. Cable.-Filipinos who
spoke at the banquet given to W. J.
Bryan, demanded the immediate in
dependence of the islands and said
they were looking to hita to champion
their cause with the American people.
Mr. Bryan in his response made no
promises and the natives were disap
pointed. Aguinaldo was among those
present. The menu displayed an Am
erican flag, supported by an insugent
banner. Americans here are pleased
with Mr. Bryan's conservatism.
Vote For Church Union.
St. Louis, Special.-After a divis
ion of 95 years - steps were consum
mated at a joint session of the general
committees, which, if formally rati
fied next May by the General Assem
blies, \yill unite the Northern Presby
terian. Church and the Cumberland
Presbyterian Church. . Almcst . two
days were consumed by sub-eommit*
tie? jft-prrpnging details for the union.
A' BIG HO??LJN il||fS
Hotel Porter Destroyed byi^^|?rly
Hotel Temperance Also Daip^d
AU the Guests Escaped Wii;t;^heir.
Niagara Falls, N, Y., Speciag|f ire
eatly Thursday morning . 4^t?yed
Hotel Porter, on Falls street::^|Ho
tel Imperial adjoining on ttfe^uth
und the. Hotel Temperanc?^ool.ihe
north, were damaged. Th^?sts
all escaped with theil- effects. ;|g?t??
nition in the store of Ceorge -??cV un
der the Hotel PUrt?l? ?xp?oi^arid
for ? time great excitement'prevailed
as the bullets went flying ?tj^gngh.
space. No one was injured. \ ;T^e[less
is at least $150,000. \ ' .
Crime to Export Silver .'ii
pine Commission has- ehact??-^law
making it a crime to expor^fijlyer
from the MaiidS: This step, has-been
taken on account of the sendtTs Reh
ace to the parity of the Philippine
currency, which was. threatenet^by
the recent exportations of silver jooins
and bullioh. The law proyjaegfor
the forfeiture of such attempte^ex
portation, for a fine of not mo^^ban
$5,000 in gold, imprisonmenttjf?.. a
year, or both. Passengers . orr?^ the
ships leaving ,the island are [a?^>veds
to take not more tllflil tw?'t?f^f?lve
pieces-$12.50 in gold.
The Pope's Jubilee iriigm
Rome, By Cable-Prepar?t?c,.,
already going ott to eclebratejln.^
the jubilee of the Pope's;. oration
as a priest-. Bei ila' asked if :K?desir
ed thc festivities to be similar&bthose
witnessed on the p?casiq?3l9j^?T?c
priesthood jubilee Of tile (ate;^rJo"pe.
Leo, wheii an iiitei'natioiia?;r'.-e|lubi
tion was held in the vatic^n^the
Pope answered: Certainly.Cnpt. I
wish the celebration to maintain a
strictly religious character. ;
15 Infernal Machines Captured.-.
Brussels, Belgium. B.V GdW^^d
vices received here from St..;.P^?efs
burg say that . the Semenowsky
guards a regiment supported/j^fthe
artillery, had been sent fron^??erfe';
to Moscow. Reinforeementsare Naiso
being sent from the neighbonng^post
to Moscow. The police at. Kieff^iave
discovered a bomb factory m]i\&j?e\-y.
lar of a crowded tene'meiit/Vb?U?jng
in that city, and fifteen in"
caugm - uti tue icu ame, t/u.- ouuty, AU;
a terrific southwest gale, raging off
the straits of San Juan De Fuca, on.
the western coast of Vancouver isl
and. She was destroyed on Amphri
trite poiut, known as the "Monu
ments of Wrecks." The Pass Mel
forth was built itt Glasgow, in 1901.
Three Killed in Trolley Accident.
Mahoney City, Pa , Special.-A trol
ley car on the Schuykill railway was
struck by a Lehigh Valley freight
train on a grade crossing, at Girad
ville. Mr. Winkle of Mahoney City,
and two Arabian women unknown,
from Shenandoah, Were killed out
right and several others were injured.
Two Little Girls Drowned.
Rockport, Mass., Special.-Lydia
Anderson, 14 years old and Catherine
L. Cusyck, aged 13 years, were drown
ed by breaking through thc ice on the'
pond of an abandoned quarry. Two
boys, Gunnar Williamson, aged 9
years and John Jacobson, 10 years old,
Cumberland University Opposes Foot
land University. Lebanon, goes on
record as opposing football as it is
at present played. As a result of
this decision, no foot ball schedule
will be made for tho next season.
$3,200,000 Deal in Louisiana Lumber.
Beumont, Tex., Special.-Colonel
Samuel Park, president of the Indus
trial Lumber Company, will leave for
Chicago to close up the details of a
lumber purchase involving 90,000
acres of virgin pine in Rapid ?nd'
Vernon parishes, in Louisiana. The
amount to be paid is $3,200,000.
Big Shoe Concern Assigns.
New Bedford, Mass., Special.-An
nouncement was made of the assign
ment of Hathaway, Sou and Harring
ton incorporation, boot and shoe
manufacturers of this city and Bos
ton, Thos. F. Dillon of Boston, was
named as assignee. The firm is one
of the best known in the shoe trade of
New England. It is stated that the
creditors will be paid in full. . The ex
act amount of the liabilities is not
Well-Known Physician Dead.
Columbia; Special.-Dr. B. W. T?y
lor, well-known throughout South Car
olina, died of pneumonia, aged 72
years. His grandfather was a colonel
in the revolution. Dr. Taylor was a
colonel in the Confederate army on
General Hampton's staff and was the
chief surgeon in Charleston harbor at
lite fall of Fort Sumter. At the close
of the war he was surgeon general of
cavalry of the Army of Northern Vir
ginia. At his death h? was chairman
of the regents of the State hospitals.
Mutiny Among Sailors.
St.. Petersburg, By Cable.-Mutiny
has broken out among the sailors on
the warships, Abrek, Admiral Korin
loff, Okean, a;id three torpedo boats
lying at Libau. Orders were given to
the vessels to proceed to Riga to to
co-operate with the" land forces in
quelling the revolt there. The crews
refused to obey orders. The officers
are powerless in tho fact of this re-,
fMfil and the rh ip* ave still anchored
Occurrences of Interest From
AH Over South Caro?n?
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
3t - ~*: m _
A Batch of Live Paragraphs Coher
ing a Wide Range-What is Going
" On in Onr State.
.General Cotton Market.
Galveston (lull.. .. .. ..ll 13-16
.New Orleans" quiet;; a ;. ..ll 3-4
Mobile dull.i u i; .-.ll. 1-2
Savannah dull and easy.. ..ll 1?46
?.Baltimore nominal.ll 7-8
rNew York quiet..-.ll 7-8
Charleston steady.ll 3-8
Boston quiet.ll 95
Philadclph?i quiet.13 20
Houston easy, J ?? ?. .. ..1111-16
Augusta quiet. ; .< ..115-8
Memphis steady n ..ll 11-16
Louisville firm.. .. /. /.. <til 15-16
. . .. ?
Charlotte Cotton Market*
These figures' represents prices paid
Good middling.ll 60
Strict middling.ll 1-2
Middling.. .. ll 3-8
Good middling linges.. . .il M
/Strict middling tinges.11.1-4
Stains.10 1-4 to 10 3-4
Columbia, Special.-The Incorpora
ted Panning Association, of Aiken
county, has been formed as a result
of tho work of Commissioner Watson
and his New York representative,
Mr. Raymond L; Gnffies. The colony
will settle C2,'??0 ?cr?S' 3d Aiken coun
ty with a number of families lind a
coop?rative faim .will be established
in the coined bf the iiext few weeks.
Mr. Chas. Weintroub, president of
the association, was in the city com
pleting arrangements for thc colony
and1 he is most enthusiastic about
the prospects for bringing a large
number o? families Itere about 25
families; bi- itbbut 1?0 ?ersons who
mil b? brought .here Am'. They will
come from Russia and al-e ?ii ?.Hglish
-speaking, having lived in this country
for some time. A peculiar personal
characteristic feature of these people
is that practically all of them are
blondes. They arc describd' as a
ilia rd; working, industrious race, and
^witlf thc desirable land they have ?e
cured ar? b?u?d tu nMeceetL
MA?cr(?. Watson and Griftes have
number of plans for Draigmg ^.
to this section of the country. There
are also a number of industrial plants
in contemplation, announcements con
cerning which will be made later.
Boy Killed Playmate:
Union, Special.-A tembl? tragedy
marred the Christmas pleasures ia
I he Sedalia neighborhood of this
county, when Wednesday about 2
o'clock Clarenco Rochester, aged 15
years accidentally killed instantly a
colored boy named Swot Thomas, \vith
whom he was playing: The boys had
been throwing up their caps to be shot
at with a single harr?l breech-loading
shotgun. Thc cap on one of the shells
failed to explode, though it was snap
ped about a dozen times. The last
tjme thc negro threw up his cap and
just as he was catching it. while in
front of thc gun, it went off, blowing,
off the top of his head, to the horror
of his white playmate, who is greatly
distressed over the occurrence. The
coroner's verdict iVas that the killing
To Review Rice Industry.
Charleston, Special.-Mr. John P.
Slattery, special agent of the United
States Agricultural Department, pass
ed through Charleston for Colleton
county, where he goes to secure in
formation regarding thc industry.
Mr. Slattery formerly planted rice in
Colleton county but for more than
a year he has been in the employ of
.the government, with headquarters at
Lake Charles, La. Mr. Slattery is of
the opinion that t! ero is still a bright
future for the industry in Sonrh Caro
lina, and he does io! advise the aban
donment of the industry on account of
any temporary reverses.
For Saving a Prisoner.
Governor Heyward has received the
expense account of Sheriff Creech of
Barnwell in bringing to the peniten
tiary for safe keeping the negro Jim
Hall, who was accused of throwing a
rock at a lady in Allendale about .1.0
days ago. On account r f the insistent
efforts of the peoph to kill the ne
gro, the sheriff was forced to the ex
tremity of sending him around by Sa
vannah and back by Augusta to Co
lumbia. The entire expense is $52.
The Bank of Fairfield.
Winnsboro, Special.-The stock
holders of the Bank of Fairfield held
a meeting and elected W. R, Rabb,
president; Thomas AV. Traylor, vice
president; J. Marion Jennings, cash
ier, and the following board of direc
tors: T. W. Travlor, J. M. Jen ninas',
W. R. Habb, D. V. Walker, Dr. J. C.
Buchanan, Dr. J. J. Robertson, Col.
LeRoy Springs, F. R. McMeckin, R. Y.
Turnei', John L. Min?naugh, J. R. Cur
lee, T. W. Ruff, S. C. Cathcart and
J. W. Hanahan.
Boy Shot His Sister.
Newport News,, Special.-Roseland
Cook,.the little daughter of Mr. T. A.
Cook, of Hampton,- was shot in the
eye by her brother Man-in, with an
air rifle, which came as a Christmas
present. The boy was aiming at a
target in the folding doors of the par
lors at his father's home, and pulled
the trigger just is the door w&p
thrown open and lm sister entered.
A VEKY Pt! LYiWU
First News of the Work of a Barn
well County Mob on Friday Reach
ed Governor Heyward Yesterday in
?fl Official Report From Sheriff.
Columbia, Specials Two negroes
were lynched in Barn wei county Fri
day, and Hie first news of the crime
wa? received in Columbia Tuesday
when (jdvi'.nwv Hey ward received the
official ?wjfi of the sheriff. From
the report.ic is evident that the lynch
ing was one of the most unprovoked
climes recently committed, and Gover
nor H?ywVrd w'" order a thorough
investiga'/-"i of L le affair and
endeavor to piaerf !?e responsibility
where it btfiougi.
According to 'V '*:port uy sheriff
Greecb. two negiues, Frank and Jiis
son Jehu.. DeLoacb approached the
house of Haynes Craddock to collect
a debt. Some words passed and Crad
dock was killed. The two negroes
were i i rested, and while, waiting until
they '?-M?.? be taken to Barnwell were
confined in a ?lied. Here a mob of
whit? men took them out and riddled
their !?.-. !; w with bullets. Afterwards
W. ti Lanier, a white man, who ap
pear? ii ' <*e had4he prisoners in
charge. eii Sheriff" Creech that the
priiCi.t'- .?al cscap?d,
A luiy of several white tuen and
five negroes held an inquest and
brought in a verdict that the men had
come to their deaths through gunshot
and pistol wounds at the hands of
parties unknown to the jury. The
sheriff is making an investigation of
the whole affair and as soon as possi
ble will make another report to the
The mystery about the whole af
fair is the manner of which it was
kept out of the newspapers. Chief
Cons??ible Hammet, who has just re
turned fro niBamwell, said that morn
ing that the news had just reached
there, and a gentleman remarked this
afternoon that he had heard of it for
tho. first time, last night from a gen
tleman from Barnwell. It is one of
the most mysterious lynchings on rec
ord in this State.
Homicide at S?Uey,
Columbia, Special.-Paul Frasier
and Henry Williams, two negroes were
brought to Columbia for safekeeping
and lodged iii the State penitentiary.
The negroes are charged with the kill
*-*?-*:.iwr< a t)romjm2uJ;_mer-j
to serve it. As Soon u* nc -
Frazier's house both of the negroes
I fired at him. The first shots did not
take effect and as Mr. Fisher reached
for his own weapon the negroes fired
again,, killing the man instantly. The
? constable S?W that ho could not ar
rest thc negroes' iirld Went back for
help. The negroes at once attempted
to escape and telegrams were sent to
Columbia, Charlston, Branchville and
Augusta for their apprehension. They
were caught, however, a few miles out
from the town and arrangements made
at once for their removal to Columbia,
as the whole coull try was aroused at
the killing arid Vo???iice- Wari feared.
Deputy E. L; Williams took the men.
securely handcuffed, across th? coun
try and placed them on board the train
for Columbia as quickly as possible.
At the penitentiary the negroes will
not talk, although one of them ad
mitted that both had been drinking.
Mr. Fisher was a prominent merchant
and is Well connected throughout the
Orangeburg and Aiken section.
Negro Shot White Boy.
Gaffney, Special.-Constable Alli
son, of Blacksburg, brought to this
city Tom Postell, a negro, from neai
Blacksburg and lodged him in jail,
charged with carrying a weapon and
with shooting a small white boy in
i the leg. _ The negro maintains that
the shooting was purely accidental. It
is charged that at the time of the
shooting Postell was drunk and dis
orderly. Th boy, whose name is
Robert Martin, is not thought to be
seriously! hurt, although the result
cannot be definitely foreseen at this
Fusilade in Railway Coach.
Mount Carmel, Ul., Special.-Two
men were killed, a third was probably
fatially injured an every window was
shot out of a passenger coach on the
Southern Railway, when two men in
custody for larceny tried to escape
by killing a constable. Ineidentally
25 passengers in the car were kept
dodging bullets for several minutes,
the train, meantime, running at high
Struck-by a Train.
Greenville, Special.-Jim Bonds, a
colored driver for Hodges Dray com
pany, was run over by a switch engine
on the Charlesion and Western Caro
lina rafl'say Si tmday afternoon and
it is thought.hu will die from effects
of injuries received. The wounded
man was attended by Dr. C. B. Earle.
The negro was, attempting to cross the
railway tracks oil Boyce street, when
he was struck by the train, hurling
the driver high in the air and com
pletely demolishing the wagon.
Mill Employee Killed.
Abbeville. Special-Mr. W. W.
Sprouse, an employee of the" Abbeville
cotton mill, died Saturday afternoon
from injuries sustained several days
ago while at work in the mill.. One of
bia arms Avas badly crushed and am
putation was necessary. Mr. Sprouse
was an industerous and respected citi
zen. He-was 70 yean of age and
leaves a large family,
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"GREAT STOVE HOUSE.
-OF- ? ; ' /
(C.B. ALLEN'S OLD STAND)
Largest country patronage of any Stove House in Augusta.
3 car loads of Stoves and Kanges just
DEALERS IN-Cooking Stoves, Heaters, Grates, Tinware,
840 Broad Street.
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AND DEALER IN
Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, .
Ready Roofing and other Material.
Write Us For Prices.
Corner Reynolds and Washington Streets,
Wagons Jgjfff::. Buggies
Large Shipments of the best makes of wagons and buggies
just received. Our stock of furniture and house furnishing*
is complete. A Large stock.
?aways on hand. -All calls for our Hearse prompt
ly responded to. All goods sold on a small mar
gin of profit. Call to see me, I will save you
GEO. ?*. COBB.
Jflhnston, South Carolina.
THIS SPACE IS TAKEN BY
The Leading Grocers of Augusta Ga.,
g/gfW. F. SAMPLE of Saluda County and
H. H. SCOTT, JR., of Edgefield County are with us
and want to see you.
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il009 BROAD STREET_[
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galvanized Iron Cornice and Sheet
Metal Work, Skylights, etc.
Dealer in Stoves, Ranges, Mautels, Tiling, Grates, Tin Plate, Galvan
ized Iron, Copper, Zinc, Solder, Eave Troughs and Conductor Pipo,
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Jobbers of Hardware, Tinware, Cutlery and Guns,
Carringe and Wagon Material, Belting, Leather, Rope, Harness, and
Saddlery. Carriages and Buggies best grades. Studebaker Wagons,
Moyer Concords the lightest draft work built.
Agents for Hand Fire Extinguishers. For $2.00 don't
be without one. It may save your house or the life of yoi;