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WEDNESDAY, M AUCH ll, 1903.
;he Old Blue Ridge Route.
Tho Kooweo Courier prints tho fol
lowing important piece of railroad
In railroad circles the possibility of
the building ot the railroad from
Knoxville to Walhalla has been
changed to a decidod probability. Mr.
A. G. Fretwoll, who is carrying on a
considerable amount of railroad work
in Alabama, ia in Walhalla for a few
days this week, and ho says that while
there is very little being Bani by tho
projectors there is a lot of work being
"Tho company has n largootlice open
at Knoxville," ho said, "and they have
a heavy force working every day on
tho surveys and other preliminary mat
tors. It is well known that this work
is going on constantly, and the fact
that little is being sai<l makes it
look as though the projectors mean
business. It is rumored, too, that con
tracts for building somescctions of tho
roadway have already been awarded.
Tho scheme contemplates the building
of the rond over practically tho same
route outlined by tho original Hluo
Ridge survey from Knoxville to An
It is to be hoped that this for years
rouch-talked-of railroad scheme is to
be transformed into a reality soon.
Tho section of country to bo traversed
is one of untold wealth, possessing as
it does wonderful resources in miner
als, timber, water power and agricul
ture, which need oat the impetus of
capital and railroad facilities to bring
them into activity and prominence.
The opening of this now highway of
com mei ce through tho very heurt of
tho Blue Kidge will mean much in the
way of materially developing a large
portion of Oconeo County, as well as
similar sections in Georgia, North Car
olina and Tennessee.
Death of Dr. R. S. Cheshire.
There went out from this earthly lifo
to the peace and brightness of the eter
nal world on Thursday, 12th inst., a
man who led a quietand unostentatious
life, a life of blamelessness and good
deeds, and one directed toward the ef
fort to live at peace with God and man
and to serve his day and generation
well. Such a man was Dr. Ii. Ches
hit??, whose worried spirit on that dato
tonrst its bonds of clay and freed itself
; nn the worn and wasted body racked
Ni itli ti na uso and took its everlasting
?light to the realms of immortal light.
Vi. Cheshire was born near Atlanta,
Ga., in 1881, and was consequently past
the allotted three score years and ten,
the divine limit to human life. He
moved to Laurens County, this State,
several years previous to the war be
tween the States and engaged in the
practice of medicine. While liv lug
'there he met and married Miss Martha
Acker, a daughter of the late Halbert
Acker, by whom he had three children,
on".7 one of whom, R. L. Cheshire, of
th. j-ity, is living. After hi? marriage
he praoticed his profession in the Cal
houn section for a while, and later re
moved to Williamston and practiced
.medicine for n year or two, and then re
turned to his farm near Calhoun, where
he spent the greater portion of the re
mainder of his life. Some two or three
years ago, being stricken with that
dreadful malady, Bright's disease, ho
removed to Belton, where he remained
until the Anal summons came. H?B
first wife died during the war, and after
the war he married Misa Susan Acker,
a daughter of the late Joshua Acker,
one or the most extensive family con
nections in Anderson County. From
this onion five children were born, all
of whom aro living, the wife and mo
*ther having prece tied him to the grave
-a few months ago.
At the beginning of tho war in 1881
he volunteered as a private in Co. K,
Orr's Regiment of RifleB.aud discharg
ed the duties of a soldier faithfully,
participating in all the battlea of that
famous command until disabled by a
serlouB wound at Spot tey 1 vania. In the
winter of 1808, af ter the battle of Fred
ericksbarg, the Captain of the Compa
ny having resigned, at the unanimous
request of the Company he was pro
moted from the 8rd Lieutenant to the
.Captaincy of the Company, and it was
while gallantly leading it at Spottsyl
vania that he received the wound from
which he suffered during the remainder
of his life. He was a brave and gal
lant officer according to the testimony
of his men, one of whom in speaking of
him said: "He went straight through
thick and thin, just as we did, and bore
hardships like a good soldier." His
wae a kind, gentle but heroic spirit that
would do its full duty when the hour
of supreme teat came.
Tho deceased was s 'rood soldier of
the Cross aa well as of tue "lost cause."
?mving been for a great portion of his
Oife a member of the Baptist Church
cind living a consistent life. .
The funeral services took place io the
Baptist Church at Belton last Friday
and were conducted by Rev. W. T.
Tate, and his body was laid away in
itho Belton cemetery there to await
"the resurrection of the jost."
"'i'm- fol!..win* In tho program of Union
Meeting, District No. 2, Paluda Annota
tion, Saturday, March 28,1003, at Long
Bm.,oh. Baptist Church :
10.80 a. m.-Song and prayer service,
ooputicied by J. T Milford.
ll..r n. ni.-Introductory f-ermon, by
Ri?v. R W. Burta.
1 Organisation. Or e hour for dinner.
First Query : -'Ia the Churoh declining
in spiritual power ?nd piety-if 8'* why?"
Oponed ??v Kev, J. T. Mann and Rev. N.
Infor ami experience meeting by Rev.
Adjourn at pleasure.
Snndav mornjnp, at 10 o'cl ooh, *ong
servie?,' 80 minutes, conducted by J. T.
and Henry Milford.
Short verbal reports from 6 Sohools.
ll o'clock-Missionary sorra on by Rev.
G. W. Buasey ; alternate, Rev. W. T.
Tute. C. H. Gaaaaway,
Jit* Zion Items.
The health ol ?ur community is very
'good at pr?tent. Bad colds are about
tho only complaint. , , ,
W. W. WiUiamston, who has had
Sneumon?a, we sro glad to say is able
3 be out again. .
S3 Leven Jones has gone on a visit to
friends and relatives in O ounce County.
The yonng daughter of B. T. Phil
lips, who waa burnt on the 17th of
February, ia some better at thus writ
The farmers have not done ranch
work on the farm yet. Some of them
have done got all their f ortilizora nome,
while others have not hauled any yet.
S*Miss Sar?h Ann Davis is getting
.alon * very well at present. . -
Ali 4. T. P. Hobson is getting along
.vow ? ell at this writing. Rose-bud.
?larch 14. ._
Fant Broa, are tho largest' Eldo dealers
tn Anderson. Pay th?? top of th? market
for greon and dry Pida?. Correct weights
guaranteed *ud ?pot caah paid at thilr
office next door Intelligencer office.
Lieut. Richardson Requested by Samoans
to Marry a Princess.
Lieut, Rienrdson, of this County,
who is in tho United States Navy, is
now in Atlanta Trolling recruits for
the Navv. Tho Atlanta News, of the
11th inst., relates tho following inci
dent in reference to the popular Lieu
tenant, which wo know will be read
with interest by his many friends in
TLore is in Atlanta, in tho person of
Lieutenant Louis C. Richardson, of the
United States naval recruiting service,
n man who at ono time in his career
lound it necessary to tell a very clever
little lie to escapo the vengeance of a
people and to remain a Bohemian, and
all because connubial bliss in which
was concerned a princess did not ap
peal to him.
There aro very few men in tho navy
whose lives have been filled with more
romantic incident and adventure than
that of Lieutenant Richardson. Al
though ho had not the advantage of
covering himself with glory during tho
Spanish-American war, yet after peace
was declared ho was sent to Sumoa its
an ensign on the "Abaranda/' and for
nearly three years lived abroad.
Here he entered into the life of tho
people, studying, as few men do, tho
conditions confronting them. In that
far-oh'clime ho distinguished himself
with the three classes of inhabitants.
It id a matter of record that ono day
the ship was visited by a delegation of
?rinceau and high chiefs, who informed
iieutennut Richardson that they de
sired him to marry the princess of
Pungnsu, who was reputed to bo one of
the prettiest and most graceful of the
Samoan women. The princess was
among tho visiting delegation and was
adorned in as much clothes ns she ever
wort;-a scant portion of lion urapery.
Too much of a gentleman to answer
rudely even under those circumstances,
and realizing the good intentions of
tho Samoans in offering to him all they
had in their richest and choicest gift,
not to speak of their pride, Lieuten
ant Richardson thon told a lie.
He explained that he was under the
orders of the "Great White Chief," the
president of tho United States, and
could not marry without the presi
dent's consent. He explained further
that if he should marry the princess
and take her home with him she would
freeze to death. This story was told
of Lieutenant Richardson, who vouches
for its truth.
Charlie Campbell, a boy some fifteen
or sixteen years of age employed by the
Saluda Oil Mill, had the misfortune to
get one of his hands badly torn up
in a linter on Thursday night, Otb inst.
He was fortunate enough to escape
without the loss of any of his fingers
and is doing splendidly.
Dr. T. G. Crymes and Capt. J. G.
Haynes, two of our most prominent
Woodmen, went to Pensacola, Fla., as
delegates to a big "log rolling" of the
W._0. W. from Salada Camp, No. ll,
. Long & Mauldin, local fertilizer
dealers here, have delivered 850 tons of
guano and acid this season, and say
that they will sell fully 250 tons more
at this point.
J. E. Lobby, agent for the Aetna Fire
Insurance Co.. spent a day recently in
Anderson, where he went to pay the
Anderson Machine and Foundry Co.
tho insurance carried by him for that
Company on the Wiginton Iron Works,
which were destroyed by tire here some
weeks since. Tho amount carried in
Mr. Lobby's Company was 91,000.
Clarence .Miller, of Greenville, bas
been visiting friends in Piedmont.
J. Waller Harrison, of Anderson,
spent Sunday, 8th inst., here. Waller
was for along tim*? a resident of our
town, and has a host of warm personal
friends hero who are always glad to
Our merchants are now beginning to
get in Spring goods, and 'ere many
more days the stores will have blos
somed out with new and attractive
Jas. D. Hammett. President and
Treasurer Chiquola Mfg. Co., of Honea
Path, was her? on business Thu
W. C. Cleveland, of Woftord College,
ia at home for a few days.
Hon. Jehu Orr, of Mississippi, who is
liere to-day with Col. Jas. L.Orr, made
% most appropriate little talk this a. m.
to the pupils of the Graded Schcol.
Miss Sallie Alexander, of Anderson,
baa accepted a position with Wiring
ton & Alexander, dry goods, where she
will be glad to have ber friends call
ind see her.
Lake Elrod, of the Anderson Ma
shine and Foundry Co.. of Anderson,
?pent Sunday with friends in Pied
mont. It seems that "the old town"
lath attractions for several of the An
Farmers are getting badly behind
with their work. On lots of farms
there hasn't been a day's plowing done
J. B. Marshall, of Anderson, repre
senting Brown-Evans Shoe Co., of
Charleston, spent Monday here, where
ie is alwaya a welcome visitor.
Blaokston Brothers, our bustling liv
ery men, are preparing for spring buei
less, having purchased several new ve
Homes for Delegates.
The Union Meeting of the First
Union of the Baptist Saluda Associa
tion will convene at Mispah Church,
[va, S. C., on Saturday before the fifth?
Lord's day in March, 1008, and the
Churches assigned are aa follows:
Barcos Creek-D. T. Simpson.
First Creek-J. J. McBride.
Keowee- A. U. McCullough.
Little River-L. O. and Mrs. Burton.
Mt. Bethel-A. F. Hanks.
Rocky River-R. S. Yeargin.
Turkey Creek-T. A. Yeargin.
Union-T. F. Burton.
Letter to G. F. Tolly & Son.
Anderson, S. C. '
Deal t-irs: There i?ro tvio for to ofiurnl
turo. You know both ; rbr you sell 'em
both. One oort looks better than lt 1B,
ind the other lu .better than lt looka.
There lan't any other sort.
The aame, two aorta of paint, no more;
md we make 'em both-we make tona ot
?tuff that lan't worth Ita freight. Belongs
to the business-nave to. Belonga to
your bualnesa-you h?v?? to.
But thia la aalde. We put Into oana,
with our name op, the very beat paint
there la In the world: Devoe Lead and
Zinc. It takes fewer gallons than mixed
paints, and it-wears twice aa long aa lead
C. O. Brown A Bro., Columbia, 8. C.,
Mr. C. O. Brown employed an expo
rtenoed painter to palm hts houso with
Devt>e Lead and Zinc. The painter, on
ecoing the paint that waa sent to tba
houae, said that there wea not ensign;
he waa ao eure of thia that he opened up
all except one five gallon kif. When the
Iob waa done bo returned the five gallon
cit and about aa much more in vessels.
Other painters who have been using mix
ed paints have had the aame experience
with Devoe Load and Zinc
Yours truly, . -
P. W. Davon & Co.,
Any farmer will aoon aave ?he cost of a
set of Blackamlth Toola by doing his own
work. Sollivan Hardware Co. have a
well selected stock of such torts.
_.- - ? - ._J- l?.*m:-~.--'
Tho second Quarterly Conference for
thc Starr and Iva Ci icu ii. will meet
with Ebenezer Church on Saturday,
March 28th. The brethren will plw \se
remember the time ard place and act
J. W. Bailey, P. C.
The Presiding Elder lo Preach.
Hov. R. A. Child will preach at Beu
lah (Barnes Station) on the fifth Sun
day (missionary day) in jl/arch at ll a.
m. ana also at Bethel fl va) on the
same day at 3.30 p. DI . The brethren
will please bear this in mind. The
public is invited to attend tbeAe ser
vices. J. W. Bailey, P. C.
Letter to Mr. Judge W. F. Cox, Anderson,
Dear Sir : Every gallon of our paint is
unabridged in reliability; ia guaranteed
by a million dollar responsibility; ls made
for painting all kinda of surface. When
thin paint is needed for priming, agall?n
of oil is added to & gallon of paint. When
thick paint ia required about i a gallon
of oil is added. Produced in 48 beauti
ful tints as cheerful aa sunlight. Price
actually about 91.20 per gallon. Please
call at Messrs. K. B. Cray ton <fc Co. for
euler cards and information.
LONGMAN dc MARTINEZ,
- -? % s- -
Buy vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Cc.
WANTED -Respectable young women
to learn Cigar Making. 80 to $8 per week
can be made In two in on th? time. En
doraed by the minlaters of Charleston.
Board secured for girls from the country.
American Cigar Co.,
38-0 Charleston, S. C.
FOR RENT-Store-room on Brick
Range, Maxwell Building.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys.
CITY LOTS FOR SALE-Situated on
and near North Main Street. Five min
utes' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
Ollnksoales, Intelligencer office.
Ditching Shovels-All kinds and at
lowest prices. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of ShovelB from which
you can take your choice.
MONEY '10 LOAN-A few thousand
dollars to lend on Land for oliente. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting in all heights. For a durable
and low-prioed garden or poultry fence
nothing will equal tbls netting.
As long aa there is new Iron sold, old
Iron will continuo to be bought. We pay
25o. per 100 lbs for all kinda of Scrap
Iron at our office on Depot street, next to
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
bur. never follows the use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough,
heals and strengthens the lang? and af
fords perfect t-ecurlty from an attack of
Eneumon?a. Refuse substitutes. Sold
V Evnnc "Pharma/ip
WAGONS-We have a large stock on
band that we want to dlBoose of at way
down prices. Vandiver Bros. & Major.
Dangers of Pneumonia.
A cold at this ti rr & if neglected is liable
to cause pneumonia which is so often fa
tal, and even when the patient has recov
ered the lungs are weakened, making
them peculiarly susceptible to the devel
opment of consumption. Foley'o Honey
and Tar will stop the cough? beal and
strengthen the lungs and prevent pneu
monia. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Horse Collars-Leather Collars of all
kinds at prices to please. Cloth Collars.
"Gee-Haw" and genuine "Langford.*'
A large stook from which yon can select
lust what you want at Sullivan Hardware
Fant Bros. buy old Rubber Boots and
Shoes, Bicycle Tiree, Sorcp Brass, Cop
per, Zlno, Lead, Tin Foil, old dry Bones,
Bottles. Beeswax, Seed Cotton, Furs,
Hides, : Scrap Iron and old machinery.
Office Depot street, next Intelligencer
A Severo Cold for Tores Months.
The following letter from A. J. Nus
baum, of Bateevllle, Ind., tells Ita own
itory: "I Buffered for three months with
a severe oold. A druggist prepared me
some medicine, and a physician prescrib
ed for nie, yet I did not improve. I then
tried Foley's Honey end T&r, and eight
doses cured me." Refuse substitutes.,
9c?d by Evans Pharmacy?
Bulli van Hardware Co. are prepared to
meet the requirements of their customers
For Hoes, having inst received 800 dozen
sf them. These Hoes are the best they
san buy. The handlea are of selected,
well seasoned timber. The blades and
shanks of hand-forged steel, perfectly set.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have als car
loads of Barb Wire and Wire Nails in
i tock and en route. As these goods are
36rtain to advance in price, they advise
you, if needing any of thia material? to
Raw or Inflamed Lnogo
field quickly to the wonderful curative
?nd healing qualitlea of Foley's Hooey
and Tar. lt prevents pneumonia sad
sonaumptinn from a hard oold settled on
the lungs. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Farmers coming to the city with empty
wagons for fertiliser, can secure 25c. per
100 lum. for all kinds of Iron^'Plows,
Axles, Ties, old Boilers, worn ont ana
worth less Machinery, (Stoves, etc*, that
?re lying around ont of use. Bring your
[ron to Fant Bros. Office on Depot street,
next to the Intelligenoer aflojo?
Foley's Kidney Cure makes the kid
neys and bladder right. Contains noth
ing injurious. Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
Yon have no idea how much old Iron
there ls around the average farn\untll
you collect lt all up in your wagon and
bring to Fant Bros., next door to the In
telligencer office, and get 25c per 100 lbs*
?pot cash. Remember thia when coming
to Anderdon for fertiliser and it will re?
pay you for your time.
Cough Sett!**)M Her Laois.
"My daughter had a terrible cough
wbloh settled on her longs," says N.
lackson or Danville, 111. "Wo tried a
great many remedies without relief, un
til we gave her Foley'? Honey and Tar
which cured her." Refuse substitutes.
Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
A big lot of Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks fer ooo. See Broch Hardware Co.
Don't let thia opportunity paso and foil
io get a Terracing Pto* t t?eap. v
Brcoi. Hardware Go.
Foley's Hofloy nod Tar
Cures coughs and coldo.
Cures bronchitic and asthmr
Cures croup and whooping cough.
Cures hoarseness and bronchial troubles.
Cares pneumonia and lo grippe. Sold by
Now la the time to got a good' Raaor
cheap from Brook Hardware Co.
La grippe coughs yield quloklyto tho
wonderful curative qualities of Foley*o
Honey and Tar. There ia nothing oise
"Just aa good," Sold by Fv*na Pharmacy.
Joat received two Oars ot Buggies, oil
prices-$85.00 for a Top Buggy up.
Vandiver Bree. A Major.
A few more Knot Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price.
Brock Hardware Co.
We sell the best and lightest droit
Mowers on earth. Come and see thom.
Vandiver Bros. cfc Major.
Refined, up-to-date people always want
tho best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to bo among the best PHO
TOGRAPHERS in tho South. They do
not waste their skill on cheap, fading
" Cleapr ta all ofter Stores Ml for le Cash Only."
Our Heavy Stock and the
At which we
Makes us many'friends, and keeps us busy when other Stores
are dull. We quote prices for this week that other Stores
cannot meet, and a glance at our Store will prove that we" !
have the Stock,
Extra heavy 3-yard Sheeting, worth 6c, only 5c yard.
Extra heavy 4-yard Sheeting, worth 5c, only 4c yard.
New Patterns of Figured Muslin, worth 5o, only 3io yard.
Men's Socks, in red, black or tan, worth 10c, only 5c pair.
Extra heavy yard-wide Percales, worth 8o, only 5c yard.
Figured Lawn, 40 inches wide, worth 10c, only 7Jc yard.
A fine quality yard-wide Bleaching, Worth 8c, only 5c yard.
Ladies' Fine Oxford Ties, worth 91.25, only S1.00 pair.
Ladies' Fine Two-Strap Sandals, worth $1.50, only S1.25.
Boys' all-wool, heavy Knee Pants, worth 50c, only 40c pair.
Good size bottle of Ink, worth 5o, only 4c each.
Good size bottle of pure Mucilage, worth 5c, only 4c each.
A 2-lb. bar of pure Castile Soap, worth 40c, only 20c bar.
Heavy plated Nickel Tea Spoons, worth 25c, only 10c set.
Pure Glycerine Soap, worth 5c, only 4c cake.
Heavy Tin Water Sprinklers, 6 quart, worth 40c, only 25c each,;
Scalloped plain 8 inch Pie Plates, worth 4c, only two for 5 c
Loose Bottom Jelly Cake Pans, worth 10c, only 7c e*ch.
Five gallon Pump Oil Cans, worth $1.25, only 98c.
We have now on hand niae Coupons drawn out at the different Saturday
Night Drawings, each of which entitles the holder o f the ticket bearing the
corresponding number tc $2.00 in Cash upon presentation at our Store. The
lucky numbers are-T,913r 10? 236, 12,187, 16,048, 15,825; 16,122, 16;880?
16,993 and 17,262. Please look over your tickets and see if you hold one of
I?"* The lucky number at the Drawing last Saturday night was 17,821*.
THE GLOBE STORE,
FRESH SEEDS !
White Bliss.- 40c a Peck.
RedBliee...40s a Peck.
Early Rose...._\.40c a Peck.
Goodrich.40c a Peck.
Burbank..f. 40c a Peck.
Peerless... 40c a Peck,
X'JEUBSIS PtcAS AND ?TEA.WS.
Paper Seeds three for 6c.
Onion Sets-Bed and White.
Fresh Watermelon Seed'. ? .
Pratt's and International Stock Food.
ANDERSON, S. C.
. i ka
DJtVSS & DANIEL'S
WILL BE THE
Talk of Town and County this Spring.
m ? - We will have lots to show you shortly?
REMEMBER THE SHOE PEOPLE,
DAVIS & DANIEL.
South Kain Street
THE PEOPLES FURNITURE CO
BED BOOM S?ITE8,
v PARLOR FURNITURE,
DINING ROOM FURNITURE,
WHITE ENAMELED IRON BEDS,
HAT BRACKS, WINDOW SHADES, Etc.
MATTRE88ES, very cheap in price.
STOVES-como aud ace them.
Everything in the Furniture lind.
THE PEOPLES FURNITURE CO.
Sack Suits-7 ,_ _ '
S/x3tfJ<.? and ; ..^^i^.
iDoubie Bi-eastocl J J^^f
WE beg to announce that oar line of
FOR 8PRINC AND 8UMMSR,
Xs ready for inspection, and comprises a complete aeaur?ment
of carefully selected Woolens and Worsteds; in Fancy and
Staple Good? for the best class of trade.
The Stock is thoroughly up:to^datev and unexcelled in fit
end workmanship, and embraces every style garment required]
to make us oho?/ the strongest line in the city, with asp*
eiaiiy strong features in the Black Goods department.
Qur long experience with the best trade in the country,
?nd eur unequalled facilities in buying will givo our cue*
terners every advantage.
Head-to-Foot Outfitters for
Men, Wemen and Children.
We are receiving daily arrivals of
New Spring Goods1
As we are very busy marking up New Goods we have not the
time to write a long advertisement, so will give you tweli
Special Bargains, for the next ten days :
I ?' : . :' .^^v iv '.:':.;./*
il.) Tea pieces Fruit of the Loom Bleaching, worth IOo, for
(2.) Two thousand yarda Heavy Brown Sheeting, wo?tk 6o, for thu
(3.) J. &.P. Coats Spool Cotton, only sis: spools to a customer, 4c
(4.) One hnndied doten Asderson-made Hose, worth 12Jc, for
(6) Something entirely new in Flomdoro Dimities, worth Ide, ?br *V
Bale 8o per yard.
(6.) Five Bolts Peppeieli Mills 10-4 Sheetiag, worth 2?e,.in? ten da,
at only 19c.
(7.) Twenty-five doz. Men'e Madras Shirts, worth 50c, ?br this eajo 35c.
(8.) Fifty dozen Ladies'Black Seamless Hose, wortf^ IOo, for thia
(9.) Twenty dozen Tidies' pore Linen Hendkorohiefe, worth 10c,
? i.y ? ? . ?..'.' <.;? .i0^ m%'^'M ?' ' , ' y>: .' . ?
(10.) Ten dozen Warner's Coisets, we can give yon ?hese in any sty
one to a customer, for this sale 47c.
(ll.) Ten doz. Cottage Bods, wcitfe ?5c, for this sale 9c.
(12.) Ton dozen Fringed Window Shades, worth 35c, thia sale 23c.
3?. We are receiving daily from our New Tork buy
sar loads Goods. Just step in and look at our White Go
Embroideries and Cotton Fabrica. We know that we
save you money on everything in ?wearing apparel.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE.
IO STORK OF ANDABSO.