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-Col. J. E. Hagoad is expected from
Charleston next Saturday.
-Mr. Joe Robinson, of Landrum, visit
ed his brother, T. C. Robinson, last Week.
-Mrs. J. W. Lathem has suffilelently re
covered her h < +- '~ - ' 'l'e return
UL all average
price of 6.90
-Aunt Arcy Price wio was taken seri.
ously ill at her son, W. R. Price's, last
week, is imp.,,,ving.
-Mr. George Harrison, of Lan(I-um, has
been in town for a week insuring the lives
of those who are not iusured.
W. IT. Harris was before Commissionvr
Thornley last Monday for retailing and was
bound over to the U. S. Court.
-Euterprise is as catching as tle Imeas
els. It Is; breaking out on many of out
citizens, and it makes them feel better.
-There was a good rain on Crow Creek
and the head waters of the Oolcnoy liast
Sabbath. It was a great help to the crops.
-The many friends of Miss N!%nnic
Kirksey will le sorry to learn that she is
quite ill. We hope that sie Ilay soon
-The warm weather does not seem to
have much effect in making the (111did(-tes
bud. There are thirty out in Newberry
--Messrs. B. Lewis, B. M. Grillin and J.
L. Thornley, Jr., attended a 1.delightful
dance at W. C. Smith's, at Easley, laist
-Mr. George E. Payne has rented the
Lesley store room on Main Street east of
the court house, and will have it well filled
with goods in a few da3s.
--Mr. 0. Wash Bowen lost a five dollar
gold piece last 'I'tuesday. le had put the
inoney inl his pants pocket loose aud star
ted to this place, but it slipped through a
--Miss Susie Brunson is one of the fa
vored students of Converse :oleke. She
has our thanks for an invitation to attend
the commencement exercises of that ex
-Rev. 0. L. Durant and his most
excellent wife were amlonlg their many
Pickens friends last week. It looks like
old times to see the Judge and we are al
ways glad to see him.
-AN. J. J. Lewis, Joe M. Robinson,
Larry 'iornley and Eugene Alexaler
took a fishing trip on Keowee l.Ast .oi1day.
It is hoped they will biing some sal~ts
back with then to show.
-Our young friend W. A.Gilreatl who is
a stu.lent in Youting larris College a111i 01ur
thanks for an invitationl to attend a public
det"ate between the Young Harris and Phi
Chi societies on last Monday.
-Perly D. Daeus and A. .J. Ile,nricks
Were before Counissioner Thorly th 4i
wevk, charg-ed with retailing li<p( uptn
wlich the tax hald Uot been1 paid. 'I he
cases were separate and both were bound'
over to cuirt.
-We are inebted to Pzrof. J. F. Dahn
for tin invitation to the hvcomilelceniu-t (.X
ercises of Converse College. 'I1w exete;-.
Eu tp-,i (n the hf Junte and,, e1n1d on
that daiy to prreel( for'lt5 insectOi amt '1n
('r husmess('5 of impoirttane'. lBy orde1r of
the comupiany. J. A. Rom.INsos, See-.
---T1he order of raiilwaiy contductors wiil
run an excurs'ion from (Green itlle to T'I': Ih-t
lah Falls next Saturidav, Jun ttia Iht. he~
fare fr-om Greenville ad Easley wil b'
$1.50it for the r-oundl trip ma3)l froni Libuerty
and othter pints ah~ ng the i-oadh It. '.
This is a gtrand( o)pportunity to see thte N4i
agara of the South.
--The friends of Perrny T1horn!ev will bte
Phleasedi to knuow that lie htas a lutcrat ive p'. t
stion. ife is ne(ws incsse-nger- int the eai
ploy of thes Southern News 1Unimon and
r us on the railr-oad be-twe-en Brunickt1!
a.nd( Wayieross, Gai. Pe'rry Ihas gotI. t he
right kmd~ of "'git up) and giL'" to makt~e a I
success of anything. I
-Ter ae a sp< (-ial mtin iug of Ii (5 Coun
ty Comistsionters laist 31o0na wvhh-h wvas
alttended'( b4y ail. the' m1ember-s~of I li. hoard1
alnd ex-C.leic, . L. Duran:imt. Cout)ty atf
farner'e review~ed genmi-nd:ly, am I thle
wvork.on) the courlit hIouse 1par3-tllarv. 'lT' I
glass in the windmowv sash are not (11uite no
to) the speritientins The14 wmtk seems1~ to
bie progr-essintg sat isfactri ly.
-County Commtisioner~3 M ur-h ree br' i as
a goodl rephort of thle cro ps 4and4 t14-he farmer'ts
o)n Crow Creek. lIe says the eot 1ton ait this
I time looks mtucth bIA et' than)1 at thle sam3~e
tun3)e latst year1, 'md4( thait farmner-s are smac:tk
up with thcir' wvork. Hie thinks when thec
farmer ge'ts ''the go'' on his ct-op thIat it is
much like work inig the1 road14 inlI tie -sv
at,t one-thtird of1 the labor4t. So Crow
Creek c:otton3 will lie ratised at, a less cost
this year' than1 last.
--A ap e;x-I feet thait gives you thle pie
lures of all the Pr-es identIs matil the'ir auto1
graphs from WashIingtonu ( to 1iat,whien
and (on whatt issues (ach1 wats elcted, also )
ery candhidalte for' pr'esident, the popu1la1tion i1
of the UJnited State4s for- (-very live yearms|
fromt the first to the Iast eenlsuI, wit lIth I '
largest andl mo3st :omnplete mapij of thle I ni
ted States ever publ41ishted. Price ~.t 4(.
Comes with the SE.NtNEL for 91) ets.
-Th'Ie (Commnencent exercises (of
Broaddus11 Colleg.e, C'larikshuri, WVest Va.
talke ph4ce this week. Tlhe program Is:'
"W~ednesday, JunIe 1st, 8 p. m1., Balcea.
lautetate Serinon, b4y Rev. WV. L. WValke l',
D). D). Thursduy1lt3, June 2ndt, 8 p. mn. Ma'o
sic, (Cali1st henijes, F,lch ion3. 4. F'riday1, ,1une3t
30a, 8 p. m. . IDelivery of iInors and( I)i
plomaits. Valedietory." 'IThis Is the e'ose of ,
a prosp)er'ous scholast.ic year' for B roaiddus
College. Prof. I1. 10. lIari", 11he Praesi..
(dint of the C ollege, has the' ' 4ongrtuht~4-I
tionst of his P1ickens' friendt s. ''They wuld
be glad4 to hatve lhim comte Soth.~
Next to tihe htusbandi~'l( wh 'hang3 out"
every .nightt of thte w~eek, thte greautest nuii
sance IS thme man who htaigs ar343144 I li I
rts story 4
I in Johnai
The shieriff after almost 4thalocatig hisja
over thIs euiphonius title, tinally uishered
Mr. J. it. LA. Hanks into4 thte court roomt
and( u1p to the Judges tainod.
"I hat is it, your' honor?" said Mr.1
"'Ah,." said the jud(ge rutbbing is hands,
anted to ask you for a chew oft
lent. totimlcm 30.1 - .l -n -' .. |
Greenville people have been accustome
to ask: "Ilow is Pickens?" But the
now ask: 'llow is the railroad?" A
seem to be literested in this enterprisc
They say: "Well, when you get that rai
road done, I am going to Pickens sure.
'Yes; inany of them will come, and some o
theim will stay. The work is moro tha
balf done. Some of the tents have alread
been pitched at Wiees Creek, three imile
fron Easley. Mr. J, F. Grandy's brothel
an experienced bridge builder, from Al
gusta, has joined him, and the bridg,
work is going on as fast as the tinl1er ca
lie put down. Capt. Parker who is pu
ting down the tiiber is about to incieas
h1is force, and will do so, if the builder
pItsh hint a litle closer. lie always mal
itges to kee) tip his end of the row.
At the present rate of progress, train
will lie running to Pickens by the 1st o
September. 'I he thought of such a thin
hias quickened the pilse of every de)art
nent of business. Another store will b
opened in Pickens in a few (thys. Fift
:r one hundred car loads of lumber will b
it the dtpot at Pickens for shipment as
starter, and several car loads of goods wi
[Ie at Eealey to be puled up by the firs
tritinl to Pickens. It seeis nlow that tin
ilpment of Isbe"stos will have to begin be
[ore tll'. railroad is completed, but the rail
road will have it ever afterwlr(di. Col.
I Ingood is now nieg otiaiting to till an orde
for several limdred tons. Keep your ey(
xn Pickenis. It ims been a busy mart
2ver since the worlk onl tihe new court lous
Wa C0i1Rened, bt nothiig will con
tibut e so much to its wealth and that ol
li surrotinkding colitry as the railroad,
TIle UIion Meetings of last Saturday an
5nlay st ema to have been well attended,
nich interest ianlifested and it is lope(I
'reat gomd done.
At, LiberIy the attendance was very
arg, not more than hkalf the people Coui:
)e seated on Slinday. OI Saturday somi
iteri'sting subjects w(re discilssed, one of
vIhiel was that of footwashing by Baptist
'l'e restilt of the discussion of this subjee
s lot knlowl. Everything passed ol
pllelly andt hamo t , an5 d good ordel
revailed. The iexi I 11i iln Meetingm of tit
'iedmont Association will be held will
At S 1ena a delightIii time Was had an
Oie initer.!ialng discUssions in(l'd inl
'l'e subject which was most interet.in-,
vas, 'Is it our duty to supp rt a 31issionu
y inl this Association 't''
Tie next union Meeting of this part o
he Association will be held withI Mu
'reek church, Friday, Sa;turday and Soil
lay, July, 21th. 3tti, and 31st, and tih
I'welve Mile Singing Association i ivite<
o lleet with tile Union.
We have lieard nothin,r of the result oJ
lie Union at Tabor, but know it was
Will some phy:ician or other scientiNl
nan tell us wyliv the hhick race under slav
ry was aii imost totally exempt from the dis
-118c, andl sincev freedom they dlie as rapi(11
ir lorC Sil, a1s the wxhites from the disease
If the )eincrat wfill take care of tl
iets, th le SimNKI. will perform for thi
scienitite imlan." In slavery Ile negrowa
mi1er clothed, lett!r shl0ftered, betier fe(
uss frequelit in attuh(lmnce upon all nigh
nec tingis, and g~eerlly moreI regmlar' ii
lis habits. But is nOr1t cosi)(ijoll als
nore noticeable among (ineasian '? Al
ltst all diseases ar1'e More fre<t(ntlit nearl.
evrywhere thanl Ilhey u1 ed to be. Then:
Lte m1oe peolliv ail more ag.,ravating cit
:lmllutaces. Lghtning ills many mnor
1-w 1h.m1 it did inl PIr timle, 01 Witi
allnli n the ianly li.htnigl rodst,hat poli
ii ia pleahsanlt rid
Iy' un Calpt. Jfame
le is I lie of th
tauke his cew ani
- tan the re(gulao
A irsvi lle, O a.
~iirtyv-odd anltis o)
n twelve or fif
us of three mile
the majirity ii
nI- 5i(JIonl -i. e. tip oin P raters; Creek-ar1
Wi\>ling~i couaih, or its ('(pii valent is
:iilly nioiig the little oines thironitkhou
lie nighbIil'Ioroo. Bont JonEs
Gates, S. C., May 27thI 1892.
Wha alImt thalit miysy terouas (caui(us: beeh
edynih in roomii Nil. :e6 Iotel Jer
lIn wvhiosei iet wV:as thle (cmus hecld
nl wyhy was the Gr'een:ville (2ounity delega
For whait purpose'p was""i the caucuts held
uid whit wa the result?y
Th'le "ne.grol in the woo 'pile"' spoiken o
'y( Givernor Ti lilhoma two years alL'o, mial~
asi' he theire or was lie noty?-Evenint
No;: he was not there, iIe was ill Lii
reenv ~ille' llelegat ioni. Tlh:e risuilty D)on
1biuon wvas (e4lected it natmembler o)f the Na
iinal ;xecuitive' C'olnlittee.
- - +.an1y+
Wit:hout exceptli'n, thle d elegntes are al
uenig, :ni the ar,';e altl loyal democirats,
iy(ni thl ir' por:; 'al Iareferences. 'le)
lenaii:Os of our lliolph. i words that. hiavn
ii) donbile* 'lins- ill terims that cannot, I
C'omliwnein lJme 11( 1t 1 $12, thle R(ich
noid aindi Ihmiiville Itailroadh will pult (II
adIemx redued raite ri'md0 tr ip summe ii(r excuri
ion t ickets tol iall sti miiner' res'orts. TPicket
mi sale ,hme10 1st to Sept. 30thi, limited re
The pedIple's remlecly for the clure o
'.11gh11, ('o(lls, aisthmal i, ho atrsen. broachi
is', er(iup, iInew/,a, incipient, contumptiml
Dr~i. lb ill's ( Iuigh Syrup , the oh - reliabb
'rice 25 .enlts.
.To prm'iptlIy (cure rheumiscm 5 or neural.
mi use Salvationl ( il. Pr'ice 25 c.
Thlere will he 'i'1 (liv singin g at IDetle~
iem the secomiii Siu nlay in ,June. All lov.
Tms of micSi areI inv'ited to come)1 and bintmi
heir note booItks andii dinnemr baskets wvel.
liled. Ther'ie will be~' sverail piees oIf nu.
me on handic. Pr'mof. W. II. ,Jut us, wvil de
v'er annaddr'ess on mou ie and( Sabbalmli
chool work att hamlf ')art. 1 '/eloc'k, a.mi.
Wee wvoumld like U)to mir of Prof. Jums.
ns his plurpose of m'onsetingI 1 to dl'ive n'''1
ilbbath.1 S'lhool addr(ess5 at thait,tIme1(1of nmigh
d1 w hietlier be.e perl'(ts to get. t hrough wIthi
lie aIddressii mne to get hioiie for bieak.
Mr.'hiomas Ilarniett diedl at lisk hiome
h:iy last, and21 by last re< I est w 'is biuriedl on
1is premilses near his dwing i .. Mr. liar
ni m. ha alwvay' livemd neat' wheicre lie died,
v'ithi the (\ '"ptOIion o a yecar or sI lie livedl
mn K e.$tuiky vithI his Cfather' when he' was a
'nit.liI e wams a strictly hione'it iimam, andi(
lway's had the tese' o141(f hiii neIighborlm'
14 hand be'en maririedl w ice, and( , leve's Iiv<'
auhterit(Is to srrotw at his dep1am tumre. Ont
my One the leaves I 1.- Easley h)eimcrat,
A womanu can thlrowv more expIreeston inm'
I) a toss of her' head than can lie delined ii
Sorriest Backdovn Ever Witneused.
A Governor Tillman was cornered on the
y "free pass" business in Greenville and when
I forced to explain made the lamest answer
It has ever been our f.rtune to read.
I- "They say I made a mistake. Well, our
humble Saviour, the lowly Nazarene, when
f something of this sort was sait, repeated,
li 'Let him who is without sin atong yoru
y cast the first stonie."'
s If this logic had been sufliclent for the
, speaker hie rever would have been Gover
nor of South Carolina or discovered ain oc
e cupation in exposing the faults of others.
i For a man who for all entire summer car
- ried this particular "rock" and took a spec
e ial if not malicious delight In aining it at
s every official haad which showed up, tbis is
the sorriest backdown we have ever wit
nessed. lie it was who first cast this stone
s and out of his own mouth lie was forced
f to condenm himself. But we do not re
1 gard it as all ineonistent that one wno is
- so shiar to see faults in others and so mner
ciless in pursuing them should view with a
lenient eye those in himself, thotgh "they
ro ppear as huge as high Olympus."
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at Springfield and Cleveland, Ohio.
This offer is male to any of our subscri
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scription anl one year in a(lvance, and to
any new subscribers who will pay one year
in advance. The American Farmer enjoys
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this arrangement, it COST- YOU NOTlt
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one year. It will he to your advaitage to
call promptly. Sainple copies can be seen
at our oflice.
The man who spends liis life in "getting
:ven- for real or t3upposed injuries, is ator
ment to himself arnd generally a bore to his
Every one who has once used Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup invariablyresort to it again
for colds, etc.
". When vice prevails and impious nen
bear sway." When cuts, sprains, bruises
torment all the (lay; then ease from pain
- from care and hurt are sent, by Salvation
Oil, tire linimient.
A friend induced me to try Salvation Oil
for my fot, I used it. and the rheunuitismn
is entirely gone. John 11. Anderson, Ilal
PoAtive ad imsolicited testimony from
every section contiris every claii mate
for the wonderful eflicacy of Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrlup. 25 ets.
C. A. Thompson, Seymour, Ilid] , writes:
''y sister Jeinie, when sire was a1 young
girl, suffered from white swelling. whicl
Irreatly inpaired her general health and
nade her blood very impure.
Inl tire spring she wits not able to (o lly
thing and coulti scarcely get about. More
than a ycar ago she took three bottles of
fBotanic Blood Bairn, and now she is per
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II. MI. I-'.\ ElUSON,
.\s't ( en I i"m;.erngt A5gent.
j . m. I KEn 'Ir., T.M. Ir-'.i )i uu e
C. C. HALLMAN,
Contrallor ABi BU'lior,
All kinds of carpenter work well
and promptly done.
WPrices and work satisfactory. Give
Ine a call. 1ICKEN8, 8. C.
Fly Time is hero.
Fans! Fans! Fanb!
Butterfly Hats for boys!
Sailors for girls!
Nicely Trimmed Hats
Broad brims forMN. for Ladies.
All kinds of hot weather goods.
Fruit Jars and Sugar.
Sweeps, Plows, Bush, Briar and
Nico Honey. Seed Tick C,ff'eo.
W. T. McFALL.
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEN iMEN
THE BEST S HOE IN TIlE WORLD FOR THlE MONEY?
t is ra f Retlsine nwith 1tacks or wal thread
grde ita Inari a, o fle maet uer, itciua and.
sewed*c shoe s Costina: frot 4.'A) to $5.00.
$5 l """e utne iiHn-sewedi,'the finertcalf
imported she whc erost rom $.tt $i rec
*0 syish, orab at i (l itrabto. TitO
nho ovehr oued atos ri; n rdo as cus
$350 P'olico Shoe; Farmirs. Italnad Meta
* antl Jstter Unrriersaii we-ar themi; flunocaif,
Seaml'ss, smnoath inshiie heavy throo soles, exten.
mBa ne. Oinnoairwil wenr ayear.
* 2. """o c"n nobetterrnn-vr offrod a
Who want al scieLur casiafort anti ss-re vie o
avog'it s t asr Iw -rrohr nkowh
Lad les %%'nifam.;
in reshes5 c Los)ti d 1.7s tot8.0
11 asesarthnI,uit'flin lit agoa ty ih ati slurabie.
Iio.-See that wV L.. Itiougias' namo and
prcouar samped on the bottom of eachi shoo.
ns iaonii il dvartis i i 'aru .i h *lg'y
.e L. D)OU(i,AiI, Jirockton, I as oi bZh
Fi. I. MOR)GIAN,
CENTRAL, S. 0.
ON LY $375.0J
F"Oll TlIIIE SAMEl PIANO.
Neither (tnet was worth a nijekel over
$10o. I NM$Ul REYOu'ItSELFy ag.ains.t
I?ning ; exhito anbot psries by3 htnviitgd(irecet
f romt .1. C. OAtItiITlT, (intes,'S. C. ,
)r J. L. II A YNlII & I)A10U1G ITlV3,
Greeniville, S. C.,
Whot hatve but oine price and1( that thle
loweSt, kntown. You (an't pay themr mosre
thanit intstrumenitts aire tuially wosrthi. T'hey
.tre niot btuilt that wzay. Wr-ite for latest
HAGO D, BRUC
exc.NXM . j, M. C
W. M. HAGOOD &
EASLE , S. c.
Are Now Receiving Their SPR
Dry Goods. ]
Special attention has been given their Dry Wo are heav:
Goods Departments and among the selections keep only Good
are the latest and beet goods from tho dulterated Sug
New York Mariket. Some of our
They are closing out all oddi and ends in about the balan
accumulated old stock. Any Uai, Shoo or are obliged to t
Iemnant of Cloth that has the mark of ago Others don't
on it is sold regardless of cost. ain't our fault.
Some rich bargains in these for but remember
Cash Bu.yers. predict a hereal
W. M. HAGOC
How dear to my heart, as the season advances,
With smiling and frowning, with sunshine and rain,
Are the thoughts of the past, of its dreams and its fancies.
Its sorrows, its pleasures., its joy, and its pain,
I muse o'er the orchard, the meadow, the mountain,
The bridge and the rock where the cataract fell,
But dearer than all is the thought of the fountain,
Of icy cold soda, that Sloan Brothers sell,
The- fresh, foaming soda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda, that Sloan Brothers sell.
How oft have I grasped, with hands that were glowing,
In the heat of the morning, the noon and the night,
A glass tilled with nectar, with coolness o'er flowing,
A joy to the tasto, a boon to the sight,
How sweet from the clear crystal brin to receive it,
Fresh, cooling, just drawn from its own icy well,
Not a full blushing glass could tempt me to leave it,
The fragrant cool soda, that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foaming soda, the bright sparkling soda,
The thirst-quenching soda that Sloan Brothers sell.
That silver-hound fountain, I hail it a treasure,
Of sweetness and coolness and freshness untold,
How oft have I drawn from it exquisitive pleasure,
While drinking its contents, pur, sparkling, and cold,
And when far renioved from its love(d situation,
The tears of regret will intrusively swell,
I earnestly long for a change of location,
And a draught of the soda that Sloan Brothers sell,
The fresh, foamitg soda, the bright, sparkling soda,
The thirst quenching soda, thal Sloan Brothers sell.
The Finest Prescription Drugs in Green
ville, at SLOAN BROS.
TI-l SPRING CLOTHING
GRlEENVLrLE, S. (C.,
Our Stock of
-:- CUSTOM-M A DE SUITS! -:
Ever-y Style and Qnality in the Market.
Rleember we can fit
T1he T'allest Maln !
Thie Stonfl1est Mian !
And the Thinne.t Man!
In Pickeuns C ounty.
lW7ioys and( Children's Clothiing from the Cheapest to the flest.
Odd Paunts and Shirt. Waists for Boys.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
Apr1 7,G,, I-:IN vI ilI,E, S. ('.
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons,
TO CASH BUYERS!
WVe offer at. BI)UCEI) Ill('ES,
Carriages, Jhujgies an<i JVagons.
COMIE, EXAMINE ANID BUY.
The Greenville Coach Factory,,
GTtmCE vIIl4 . s. c.,o retr
H. C. MARKLEY,Prpit.
0. W. MI IN~E, Shuseiten enteug ap30y1
THE NEW MODEL HALL TYPE WRITER!
A ?erket MaQhe W'ritig~8 hancrii
Remodeled anid Improved.
- ..~.. - TIhe Best Standasrd Typ WC~rlter in the
lhnexpenqslve, P'ortable, No Ink Ribhhon,
Ea s -st to earn, uand rapid as any.
Agent s Wantedl Iverywhere'(.
~Varrar. ted' aie Repre.,ntE-d. ThJIis a
ehinie is tEveryb'hody1's Frieeid, Eve.rybuodyj
- huld haLve t heir wr-lit1ing~ d:m n a Type''j
Addresa N. TYPE WRITTR COMAnY G1Z WahntnS. Di n as
r buyers and lo
irs and Coffec
friends have acted cloverly
ces due from last year. We
come to see us any moro. That
Don't got mad at us about it
,ve think of you every day and
ter to all such doings.
ne to See Us.
TCE & co,,
ID & CO.
We Divide the Profits I
Perhapq y,ou think tlhat's a flight of ar
(i4tic imagination? It isn't. The artist is
right ats far ats heo goes, buit hie doesn',L go
quite far enoughi. whien you split a thting
in two it doesn't alway hiapppen that you
cut in the center and we are not dividing
out prolits in. the middle. On the contrary
our divison is over whechningly in favor of
the purchaser. There's at good reatson for
this.unusual proceeding. The timec for re
ducing our enorious stock of Winter
Clot[,ing has come and big inducements
pave the way to b)ig reductions. HIere are
r,ome prices which w%ill Show you1 that tho
mat1ter of prolits is not bothering us at
8.10 Sitfl now $25.
20 " " 15.
1.5 " 1).
Overcoats at a very great Sacrifice.
Wnewear d muthe Poisot
Ceras and se th tgoos an fihefar-h
du ecmnGre nvilcle. no. C. idn
Cou oi n tyo Pid e. ns.e ot
(Biyd virtue i oe thelthoriy contained in
Ti nnuisan, ote tedn. lhc a for Augst
189u,in wilr senl o tehtstok f b ider
pave the wacourt g houedor,ons.IIr r
noet during whie we.ill hors yor tat thu
matero prnoitos ihead blothkr', uslfili
l.t rsbln in:os i il
mroortat aver greerrt saroc.
Mayd rw9, n ssignloe otae
outh aroina, Count oofn Pheans.
Noices Leeb R givenhat.Lw, teu,
dGrrened vi lle to. . Seat
Clr fCot' owit n hrt da fo
his <hite f th hatr itco ained Bei
ain ofrtae in ebyrters," aro 20t
'I- . Heoa, on Janete nti d: lliden,ust
.San l en H. in Ju re,
next. Ellnrig.elga or Wm. ae,th
folowig dscJ J Ricdpoe.t oW
Mayor7th, alo89 u crcl. av.mil
m~ otirug( atovcrevrr ATt s
S' ii I Caoli OP~intYRIoT , otoen.
ori infrion andr) given Iadoo w,it li un
MUNN &f CO 3om 1 ,l'ittoAinwAY, Nv l:~Yon
ldei~ st. uirel r seuinga pae withmrlai
lavor atet taken hout by ' appbrovedrbt beor
COPYRUIE alt nch,
f or Inf r a n an re Tr d o net writ to
nndc , uradn ec rin ts iiieri'cubes
th puAi byatic , ep re fca in, te
tron it p reuRutih of nysitic peln
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n r nuna rte Ii l o s n e B o ic t n tir orm ,
lirt s Itiernec, g t-rr asaehn
by. :.a oe'a a tunce. Fem i ('ii.a
~ntingI thath aanb,njuous orth mon dlin .
Barbnuler,Kde l an~ ie S hopnla
And BathiRom. N
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