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HERALD AND TRIBUNE
PUHLISHID BTKBT THTJMDAT T THE
HERALD AND TRIDUNE CO
At $1 a JW, in Advanet, .
CHARLES H. DARLINGTON, . Mahaoir.
JONESBORO. TENN., KClt 1 9.
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and oftentimes this causes yexat , us de
ays in ousiness matters
M.B. Chdbch, Booth. 8unday School 0:30
a. nu Preaching every Sunday Kfcui a. m.
Union aorvloesonoe in every three Sundays. 6
6 ...... vl aj :1 uiuvung every
undav S p. m. AU are cordially Invited to at
'ond these servloes. Very rtMnoctfnllv
Whitten Hicks. Pastor.
BARMT OHUBOH-Rev. Will H. Osborne,
,aator. Services, second and fourth Sundays,
' 1.-00 o'clock, a. m. and 6:1J0 p. m. Prayer
nieetlng every Wednesday evening at 8-M
o'clock. Bunday school every Hunday morn
:.ig at KM. The publlo cordially Invited to
Skooro Pbehbttkriax Chdbch. Rev. C.
.,P,inSf1' Bervloes every Sabbath
1 1U:J o clock a. m.; young people's prayer
aeeUog every Sabbath evening, forty-live
minutes before the preaching service; prayer-
chool every Sabbath moraine at 0 o'clock I
Let the poop).
pie oome. A
Chaneery Coort-Flrat Chaaeery DWIaloa
Claiborne snnntv at Tmawii
Master' D1 0otob6r-1' G- Leabow, Clerk 4
Grainger oounty at Rutledge 8rd Mondays
or April and Oetober-Q. H. Oeroge, C. and M.
Hawklna uint..t n.i1.'i. u
yf April and October-W. H. Watterson
Oreene county at Greeevllle 2nd Mondays
M. n(1 NoTmber-J- P- Hall, C. and
.i.Waa,.9Bton oonnty at Jonesboro 4th Mon-"ndNovember-A.
Snlliyn county at Blonntvllle 2nd Mon-
Vi yi J Jnne nd Deoember-A. F. Martin,
v. and H,
?! Jlf0!.10 Mondayaof June and December.
rjiilool oounty at Erwln 1st Mondays of July
nd Junuary-W. E. Tllson, C. and M.
Jeaerson eountv at Danirldge Krd Mon.
andJI yn1 'lnu,"'y-1n-li. Meek.O.
H.ili"')ien n?ty Morristown 8rd Mon
2nd Jl fJul5ran dXanuary-John Murphey C.
lArlsr oonatv t EUabethton lit Monday
2nd Monday of February-
y. Bra Kb, o. and M.
unty atMonntalnCity 2nd Mon-
- r AJ.?!""nd 3d Monday.of February
J. W. Wills, C. and M.
A.T,1. .ojunty SneedvllleSd Mouday of
Tvllr rinn??4 Mondy Maroh-llenry
2f. 0o.UIU'Lal Newport 4th Mondays ol
August and Febrnary-J. K. Bhulu, C. anc
J udoing from tlie tone of the ex
tract from the Philadelphia Times
republican non-partisanship con
sistg in appointing democrats to
office. Thanks, awfully, for the
suggestion, but President Harrison
has long been of the opinion that
that job were best left to the demo
crats themselves, in those odd
times when they manage to steal or
buy the presidency.
The New Orleans affair brings np
again the question of mob venge
ance and is worthy of serious con
sideration. Here if ever, it would
seem, that the people were war
ranted in taking tie matter into
their own hands; and yet the evils
attending such action was no whit
less than in any other case. Let
ns sum them up.
Eleven men were arrested, but
only nine were tried by the court:
yet eleven men were killed by the
t T . .
moo. in regard to the other two
there had in any event been as yet
no miscarriage of justice. There
had been disagreement of the jury
saw inree otners; and they had
Deen remanded lor new trial. Th
.vW.uij wi m JOW uau naicRa as
to these, but it had noi yet failed
Anree wee discharged on the
ground of msufhVent evidence, and
three were squarely acquitted as not
guilty. It could only have been
regarding the latter six that the
argument would justify the lynchers
Bince these were the only ones on
wnom the law had released its
These men happened to be alinna
Had they been executed by law for
i -1a? mm
vioiauon ox law there could have
been no room for protest; but the
law said three of them were not
guilty, and three mo,e had had no
thing proven against them. The
Italian government will now step
in and ask of the United States
what it means that Italian citizens
are shot down in New Orleans in
violation of law.
The trouble with mob law always
and everywhere is that it assumes
at the outset the guilt of a par
ticular party without trying his
case and hearing his side. It of
ten by accident metes out jus
tice. Its methods are executive
and not judaicil. Hence it contin a
ally finds, in a calm aar thought,
that it got hold of the wrong man,
or that the law would have done
the work. There is no doubt in
this case that they had the right
pan, and no doubt that the law ;
had done with some of them all
it meant to do. But it often hap
pens that legal trial docs establish
the innocenco of parties whom the
public fiercely condomns from the
first and there is always danger
of enforcing the punishment before
tho guilty party is actually dis
covered. GENERAL NEWS.
The Illinois legislature elected
John M. Palmer, democrat, to the
United States senate after a con
test lasting eight weeks. Two of
the three Alliance members gave
him the necessary votes to win.
New York has a steam craft
loaded with fire engine so power
ful that it can fill a vessel two
hundred feet long up to the gun
wale in thirty minutes.'
The dailies are full of the horri
ble details of a wholesale lynching
at JMew Orleans. Some months
ago the chief of polico of that city,
Hennessey, who had been vigorous
and elhcicnt m the prosecution
oi crime, was murdered, it was
universally believed on pretty fair
evidence that he had been killed
by order of a secret organization
of Italians, known as the Mafia
Eleven Italians, were arrested and
finally brought to trial; but while
the evidence adduced satisfied the
public of their guilt it did not ap
pear so conclusive to the jury, and
they were not found guilty. The
next morning a mob of several
thousand citizens went to tho jail
and shot the Italians down, drag
ging two of them out also and
The great banquet celebrating
the making of basic steel from low
grade southern pig iron took place
in the large dining-room of the Reed
House at Chattanooga on Thurs
day night. Covers were laid for
175. Of this number there were
100 representative citizens of Chat
tanooga, for it had been found
necessary to limit them to this
number on account of the large
number of guests from a distance.
All the members of the party who
accompanied ' Secretary Proctor at
tended the banquet, forty-one in
number. The banquet was given
by the Chamber of Commerce, in
special honor of John A. Inman,
Nat. Baxter. Jr., and the leading
spirits of the Southern Iron Com
pany, who built tho basic steel mill
put in operation last September.
The feature of the evening was the
tableware of tinned cups, plates,
flower stand, champagne glasses,
and other fancy articles, made from
Chattanooga steel, which was rolled
and coated with tin at the St.
Louis stamping works. All plates
were stamped "American tin.
plates, made from Chattanooga
steel by St. Louis Stamni no-
Works." All the tinned articles
shone as brightly as newly coined
silver dollars. The mennu cards
consisted of the front cover of a
sheet of a tin and the back of a
sheet of steel suitably inscribed.
Between the covers were pages ofl
paper on which were printed thet
menu and toasts.
Wednesday night at 12:15 at
Bristol, the alarm of fire was given.
Inside of half an hour an immense
crowd had gathered on Fourth
street, the scene of the conflagra
tion. The building next to the Annex
saloon had caught, no one knows
how, in the rear of the building.
Not many minutes elapsed before
the flames broke out in the front
part of the building.
By this time the Virginia and
Tennessee fire companies were on
hand and four streams of water were
soon playing on the fire. The
building immediately next to the
Aunex, occupied by Waynick's
steam bottling works, was consum
ed, and the entire contents, valm-d
at sometning like $3,000, was lost.
The next room Was occupied by
T. H Moore and RurWa l.nr I UtU
x. a. iuoore ana iJlirKe S bar. Little
it anything was saved from the
Next came the brick building
occupied by the bar room and pool
parlor of Uyderpoul & Collins, and
scarcely anything was saved from
Next to tho building was the
store of J. T. Powell & Co., gro
ceries. The building was saved,
though considerable damage was
done to the stock.
The fire caught in the rear of
Moore & Burke's bar, but, as
stated above, no one knows how.
The total loss wiil hardly exceed
110,000, and nearly all the stocks
were insured and some of the build-
George Blackley fell fifteen feet
from the porch of the Aunex and
was seriously injured. Dr. Uicks
Look Out for the Children.
Hart's Worm Cream is a new remedv
for the expulsion of woims from the
system but Ii becoming rapidly well
known, for It Is never used with" ut thn
most satisfactory results, Besidts itsj
wonderful efficacy, it recommend3 Iiself
on account of Its pleasant taste and Is
not obnoxious to the patient. It will
lake the lead of all worm medicines. i
"Good morning, Mr. W. E. Ilotcli.
'Good morning. Mr. IIbkai.d and
"MrIIotchklsa, we want you to tell
us what a civil englnuer knows about
country roaiimaking. "
"Oh! That depends on the engineer."
"Well, take tho present company for
lnstanco. Did you ever have anything
to do with dirt roa 1 maklug?"
"Yes, some little. I have been road
commissioner for tho past couple of
years at my homo at Courtlund, Ala.
You can't make a dirt road firbt-class la
"Mr. Peg Setter, you know from re
cent observation and experience ,he con
dition of the country roads in this sec
tion, and the nature of the dirt. Can
anything Jie ,(?no to help them; and
what Is It?"
"Look a-here, young man" and Mr.
Flotchkiss cut a splinter to chew and
threw himself back in his chair "what
should you say ailed these roads at
"This Isn't our interview, but wo will
venture a guess that it's water," was the
"Exactly;" and the forelegs of tho
surveyor's chair struck tho floor solidly
as he straightened up. "Water. It's
always water that Ms tho toada. Get
rid of the water and your roads will al
ways be good. Mako your road bed
slightly crowning, 8'iy six inches higher
ln tho middle, and full sixteen feet wide.
Open your ditches on each side of that,
and make the lowest side of the dlich
next to the fence. Make your ditch say
two ftet lower than the road bed. Tho
sloping road bed will sued rains, and the
low ditches will draw the water out of
the mud. Make your ditch three feet
wide on the bottom. Tho nearer you
come to the shape of a railroad bed the
beiter your road will be."
"Do you believe in piling new dirt on
"That dopends. .Usually, no. Some
times tho road bed must be raised. If
you put dry dirt on, in simmer or fall,
It will take a long time to settle. It you
must fill up In tho middle do It right
now, In the rain; in the nastiest weather.
It will settle as It dries out and It wil
d'y out as fast as any other part; and I
will make a hard road bed at once. Keep
tho ditches two feet below the road aud
the outside edge of the ditches lowest.
Raise the Voad out of tho ponds with
three inch poles and larger, sixteen feet
long, and pile rock on them and cover
all with dirt. Get your .road above
standing water and keep it there and It
will always bo good."
"What Is the first practical step, tak
ing these roads as they art?"
"Opening the ditches, sir; opening the
ditches. That's not only tho first but it
runs through to the last. After you get
the roads dry, aud so you can keep
them bo, have your county get a rock
crusher, and micalamizu the -voMt
places, from six to twelve inches deep
with rock broken fine. Throw a little
dirt over that at tirsl to save your horses'
feet until it becomes worn down. This
section h us rock everywhere, and oujiht
to have the best roads in the state; but
first, opan your ditches, and keep them
"Thanks!, If wo should run acros
anything more we don' t know, will call
on you again."
And then they reached for the Coon
Kykers with a common thought, and
burned a little incense.
Mr. Ilotchkiss is In charge ol the sur
vey now being made by tho East Ten
nessee company of its right of way in
"Mr. Henry C. Jackson, what are your
ideas abont making good roads?"
"Why, it seems to me that five of ihc
six nays ougnt to be worked out in the
parly spring. The dirt from the ditches
can then he thrown into the middle and
the roadway rounded up, and the sums
mcr's travel will beat it down hard be
fore next winter. Rock ought to be put
on wherever it is possible to do so. If
it Is done in muddy weather like we
have had, big rocks can be used and
Ihey will bed themselves in the mud;
Hnd small ones put on top. The only
rond that will stand such weather as we
have had is a macalam; and that will
last forever when It is once well made."
Are abundant; but the one best known for
Its extraordinary nnnrlvnA Qtwl avrM,.-.n
Qualities Is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. For
?ear1' balf a ceutury tllls PrcI,ar!!n lias
been In greater demand than any other rem
edy for colds, coughs, bronchitis, and pul
monary complaints in general.
" I suffered for more than eight months
irom a severe cough accompanied with hem
orrhage of the lungs and the expectoration
of matter. The physicians gave me in, but
my druggist prevailed on me .o try
1 diT so, and soon began to Improve ; my
lungs healed, the cough ceased, and I be
came stouter and healthier Uian I have ever
been before. I would suggest that the name
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral be changed to
Elixir of Life, for It certainly saved my life."
V. J. Oliden, Salto, Buenos Ayres.
" A few years ago I took a very bad cold,
which settled on my lungs. I had night
sweats, a racking cough, and great soreness.
My doctor's medicine did me no good. I
tried many remedies, but received no bene
fit; everybody despaired of my recovery. I
was advised to use Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and, as a last resort, did so. From the first
dose I obtained relief, and, after using two
bottles of It, was completely restored to
health." F. Adams, New Gretna, N. J.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. AYES & CO., LoweU, Hui,
fold by all DrnggUu. Price 11; tlx bottle, ti.
"It is the man who neTcr advertises
who discovers that he gets more dust on
his goods than in his cash drawer."
Jonesboro Orartiul School, .
The following is tho aggregate report
of the Graded School .(Jr'Hio second
quarter ending Feb. 27 1R!H.
New pupils enrolled .9. Total pupils
enrolled to date 217. K umber of tardies,
Highest average 8ciioniisim
First grade. Willie liarpons. ::;
Second grade, Susiu Moses, ill);
Third grade, Ida Shaw, V.); .
Fourth grade, Lula Duller, 82:
Fifth grade, Willie Sabtn, Sammy
Haws, 8Jf '
Sixth grado, William Arnett, 88;
Seventh grade, Lutlo l'ersiuer, 77;
Eighth grado, Retta Barkley, 8!);
Ninth grado, Ida Bayless, 82;
Tenth grado, Mamio S.niih, 87;
PiK'klen'n Arnica Niklve
The bJty'Siilyc in the world for cuts,
bruises, fcfOf ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positive,
ly cures piles, or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by F. F. Brltton.
CorriUiinR a drove of horses gives you plenty of
ircm ior nours. lot don t have time to think
what ths wca her i
You let evervUii.ur slide, till
the work is over.
But the cowboy is never un-
prepared. When this " niciiic" haonens. tvhit.
ever the we;itl-?r( he is not drenched and wet to
the skin b 'fo.o it's over, because he is always
provided with a " Fiih llrand Pommel Slicker."
with one oHhese saddle coats on, you can't (tet
wet if you try. Your entire saddle w ill be inside
(he coat, i-.l it wHI be drv, too. Did you ever try
the l'clA'rf"! Just try, one, theycoit
very littie."i .ien no more colds, fevers, rheunia
tism, antl other results to exposure of veaiher.
Every pirmeut stamped with "Fish Hraud"
Trade ilark. Don't accent any inferior coat
when you on have the "Fish Iirand Slicker"
delivered without extra cost. Particulars and
illuttiated at logue free,
A. J. TO AER, Boston, Mass.
Pmiir 11 r t1 forlnn'fttinvp Urn mdp st
work fur m, tiy Anns i'ltr. Au.liu,
rial, ami .itio. iiinn, tuiwio, niiio.
Hi- cut. Oth.rvartiMliiriitwHI. Why
n.i yinir nolnt i-arti wr vmw.iiti a
noiilli. Ton ran tin lliw wuik and Mva
il li.nna, whfnvrr vu arc. 1 .n Ite-
?imim arc easily caniinic from f i lo
fMlsdfl.v. All ai. Wc.tmw v.u how
and start ynu. ran work In .jnrr lima
"i nn nine. ,iir money inr Mork
rn. Kullnrp unWin.iMi amnnir ih'-tn.
N KIV all id woti'fio fill I'nrtl. nl.i. fru
Ikllullett.C- ( Unlink 8HO r.irlluu.l.Muiue
Paper Iter and Decorator.
JOHNSON CITY. TENN.
1(1,1 It !S I' ;,!! I.
Cue l!r,in' Iron Hittcrx.
I'liysiciiiiK roi'OMiiiionil it.
All doiuVrs lie, p it. f por bottle, ficnulnb
haj, triuie-inurk and crossed red lines on u nippe"
-m U rnrix'il nt our KW Hnr ofwnrk
'i"iiy hutl li-tmrnhlv, lv Hioim
uli r m , vomit; r uM.mid in tht-lr
. it In anli.-n, iH-rfver iliry Uvf. Any
mi ,1" l- HtllS, f.llHV M fHDl.
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yimr tjure tn.iur
rntiiviy ii' tv Ii-nl
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it UhlU-4 WOlHl.Tflll !M, t't'ft 1.1. HI IV Vt'.ilk.ia-
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ii yon til
The Best Household Medicine.
Once or twice each year the sys
tem needs purging of the impuri
ties which clow the blood. From
childhood to old age, no remedy
meets alA cases with the same cer
tainty of good results as
DOT WTO RT00D BALM.
W. C. M:Gaiihey-f W'ehb City, Ack., writes.
B, B, B. has done me mere good and for less
money than any other blnod purifier I evt r used,
I owe the comf rt of my life to it."
P A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Va., Aujrust to, i883,
writes: 44 1 depend on B. B. B. for the presenatioo
of my health. I have had it in my family now
nearly two ynr and in nil that time hae r.ot had
nT"Wrltft for llhiKtrnfoi "Book of Wouderi.
BLOOD BAUl CO., Atlanta, Oa. Bent free.
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J9 I I I i I jiMt liitny iHiiiy iiitrlli,t. m t r. n.,t i-ii(i,.'r
n I I 3 J I Ml"' 1-11 muI li,,. '") who,
yiJEj IJ',,"'r '""""t'0"'""! tiKhiMiiioukly.
V . " ,r' w " '." ti' T' v.-r mey iive.l m 111 nlso furniih
the illitatidtior iitil,viiM'tit.nl lili h voiifin t nni tlmi ni,nint.
No muiicy fur tin; uiiltm am , -lul ui tnv. Knultv m,! ijnirkly
li'ani.-il. I (n- hui tutu Murker frwm Mrh diniri, t ,,r rnuir v.
liave lr.-a,ly tiiiriit mid prnviilrd with iii'lt nn'iil fn't'ce
iimiilx-r, " Ii.. rr mnkiiifr t r ;!' a i .-rnii. It I IV
J0'-.1 n,llrrUr!nrVKkr.. A.Mr. m'h ..',,
K. iiLliL.V, lx. 4, AiiKiiiiu, Aiulue.
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Vu,l:M.,I'.,'?, ,he tonwr ar-ed CBiBloeiic of Ammn, contBin romplcto Hot of
i fflju w ,vf!:!! l?lu timi,ll Frul,H' w,,h i-"'Tilli,- anrt prire. tame l,a,8
J.A.Sax.3 V1CK, BEEDSMAN, ROCHESTER. N.Y.
E. II. W EST,
Vice Prcsl lonl.
CAPITAL STOCK, - - $50,000.
Rwivrs mmipvon ilcixw t. ?l ni'fns nn ncrount. Tninsnct n strictly ronnwiitlvn lianHiiit
iMiylni's Having .in- ,r tn- 1mi tire ir,H,f viiulls In the Slul hii,1 one r Hull s host ami
niiM i iippriiviil Sti",-! Hurlur I'ninf nff. we mi ir.wr,i tn iiIIit Hlwuluto iimtfo
tioiuo Ji posit.ir. Tlu roisn.it it Ih'H.t p.iiipo, ll.uik In Kawt loiinewoo. Cuiiie
(-BOARD O- DIRECTORS ?
K. II. Wetf; K. M. May; H. X. lXmcr; Xowt.iu llnckor: J, J. Hunt: II. C. Jackson- A J
I'titterrm; L. H. l'lilton; T. H. Kcavt.
Buys a Good Colli Watch by Our Club System
iMir U 1,-mnl imtent stnrnitl (U,U ousph nro
warranto, lor L'o n,ri. vl l,m
in ivoinontN-rollalilo n,l oll known, to
wln.l 1,11,1 sot, limit In w and opon i,,,.,., m,.h'
...... r , i ''l'"" '" ?. wiitoii. w,
sell one of I hono. i.ioIioh for -'s rush." ,,,
son.l lo any uddro.N Ly r, Ihu.ivU niiill, r l,y
oxin-oss C. O. It., with privll.w of oxiiinlnu-
oiirniront In Durham. X. (, writes. "Our
JowoloiK luivo oimfiHscd thov iloti t know
how you can fiinilHli mioli 'work for tho
one good relliihlo AtiKNT WANTIOD ln
" .. riin.il, i in' ii ir inin i, mi ill in.
IvMl'IKK WA'IVU ('(I,
4 & t0 .Miildcu Ijiuo, X, Y
11. 18-1 vr.
a BRICK HOUSE
AND A LOT, AT
Price 1200 ou easy terms.
Also some splendid lots, for business &
residence, in Johnson City, Tcun.
Address for particulars,
W, A, KITE;
1-S-lwi ;iin Johnson City, Tcnn.
All Painters and Property
in TttBt Tennsssee to know that
J W BLiTZ SONS'
ARE THE BEST
MA DE. Ycnrs of continual use have proved
ttiein to bo the only llri-t-clasN paints In the
market. Thu compouiKlour of tlieo 1'ulnU
Iiii the experience of itf yeiun.
This celebrated paint Ir for sale by
SIMPSON & PANHORST,
Dealers In G merries, Hard ware. Farm Imple
ments, 1'uiulM, Oils, mid I'ainteis'mippliin.
The Xashvim.e Wehkly Haxnek is
one (if tin- bust ncwHpupeM published.
It pives thu news with the utmost im
partiality, mid dors not color it fur parti
win i-It cel. Tun Banner is a bold, trunk,
independent public jmirnul, which en
duuvors ulwiijs to advocate Ihc right and
condemn the wron. It is the champion
of reform and the stout dc fender of pi iu
riple, yet nccordinfr to others the liberty
of views it claims for itself.
The Weekly Bankek is an eigbt-pase,
Bfty -ix-colunin paper, containinir all the
news of the week, with much editorial
and miscellaneous readinir. It is a
scrupulously clean paper which can be
admitted readily to the home circle.
Daily JJannku 1 year, f.j.OO; months
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BLUE GRASS PA
ifiuiiiTijiL mm AND
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(SI CCKSSOltS TO J. 11. THOMAS & SON',)
"Old Hickory," & "Owensboro" Wagons,
"Soutli Bend" and Chattanooga Chilled Plows.
Buckeye .Mowers and Binders, Threshing Machines, Steam -:
: Engines, Sawmills & Saw repairs, Gum-bolting, and .: .
:- :- everything usually found in a -: -:
First-Class Agricultural Warehouse. -;
And ve will
2 uu m.
- ''I P'Mi''!-, DEALER IN
jteFiell mid Garden
DON'T YOU want a new
dress? DON'T YOU want to
have first pick out of a new
stock? DON'T YOU want to
see the new styles of spring &
summer patterns? DON'T
YOU want to look over the
prints and lawns and chaillies,
the gloves and ties and ribbons
that your neighbors are going
to wear later?
to J. A. Jb'ebuary's at once and
see thenuw goods he has been
receiving and opening up.
DON'T YOU fail to ask prices
and find out how cheaply even
the best are sold. DON'T YOU
let anyone make you think he
will misrepresent any article in
stock; and at the last, DON'T
YOU give yourself lasting re
gret by going home without a
good summer gown and the ac
companying furbelows. DON'T
YOU deceive yourself with
the idea that you will got it next
time, for you wont. It will be
Gent's Hats, Boots, and Shoes,
Trunks, Traveling Bags, under
wear, Queensware, Glassware,
I WHITES CREAN3 VERMIFUGE
HAS LEO All WORM REMEDIES FK 20 YEARS
iEVERY QQTTLE G0AR4HTKO SOLD EVERYWHERE.
'Pff nirta rr rsiont nntiii - - -
ust you right.
Coal, Fertilizers, Meal. Flour. Hav. Etc.. Etc.
fail then to ?o
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