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MANNING. S. C., JULY 1, 1903.
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VENUE CHANGED FOR TILLMAN.
The notorious case of the State
of South Carolina against James
H. Tillman, indicted for murder,
in the county of Richland, came
on to be heard in Columbia on a
motion for a change of venue,
before His Honor Judge D. A.
Townsend, and after hearing
read an avalanche of affidavits
and arguments made thereon, an
order was granted for the tria]
of the cause to be had in Lexing
ton county. The matter of
changing the venue, is entirely
discretionary with the Judge,
and it would be highly improper
to criticise his ruling: the fact
of their being a large number of
citizens who swore the defend
ant would not be able to get
a fair trial in Richland, and a
large number of citizens whc
swore directly opposite, was
sufficient to show that a strona
doubt existed and, as the de
fendant's life is in jeopardy, he
is entitled to the benefit of any
The attorneys for the defense,
in their arguments, laid particu
lar stress upon the influence the
Columbia newspapers had, to in
flame the prejudices of the peo
ple of Richland county agains1
the defendant,claiming it made it
impossible for him to get a fair
trial. We have read almosi
everything the Columbia news
papers had t say on the subjeci
of the k' g of N. G. Gonzales,
ahdf do not recall a single
.AM ial which was unwarrant
PW-ed, or which will verify the
statements and arguments of
counsel for the defense; the ar
guments on this line was a mass
of shrewd, deceptive clap-trap,
intended for a jury to be em
panelled in-the future, and no1
for the Jndge who was hearing
We doubt exceedingly if the
world has ever witnessed s
higher example of high-toned
and consistent journalism, thai
the Columbia State hassexhibitei
throughout. Its editorialecolumns
after the second day, an absolute
silence,and its news columns turn
ed over to other hands; we doubt,
if under a similar provocation:
that there 5s another newspape'
in the world which would have
adopted such a dignified course
We have commended editor W
E. Gonzales a brother of the de
ceased editor for refraining fron
writing anything which could be
construed into an excuse for the
cry of persecution, although his
provocation could not have beet
greater. The slayed editor in his
life-time was a strong champiot
of law 'and order; often in his
fight for the majesty of the law,
his language was impolitic, bu1
it was the truth, and Gonzales
dared to tell it-impolitic, be
cause it gave demagogues capita.
to excite the populace to con
demn him-once he was burnet
in effigy, because he denounced
lynching, but it did not detei
him from continuing his figh1
for the uplifting of the
law; that his successor in edi
torial control, should maintait
the* principles so earnestly ad
vocated by his lamented brother:
and former chief, is conclusive
evidence of the sincerity oj
State's profissions. Those prin
ciples are now written in the
blood of the founder of that jour
nal, and they are a sacred monu
ment to his memory. News
paper throughout thc civilized
world denounced the killing o1
N. G. Gonzales, and they char
acterized his slayer as a mur
derer, an assassin, and a coward
it is true, but after the second
day when the signed editorials
of Capt. A. E. Gonzales and Mr.
J. A. Hoyt Jr., appeared, noth
ing editorially regarding Tillman
has been published in The State
which could possibly excite prej
udice against the defendant, and
all of those speeches before the
Judge, in so far as they relate to
the Columbia State were design
The case will now be tried is
another county, all the- safe
guards to insure justice should
be thrown around the State and
the defendant, South Carolina is
as much entitled to protection as
is any of her citizens, and as this
is a case which is being watched
by. the entire world, every pre
caution should be taken for ab
solute fair play. The prominence
of the deceased, and the defen
dant, should be eliminated, th-e
case tried strictly upon the in
dictment brought, and a verdict
rendered according to the law
and evidence: those whose duty
it will be to empanell the jury
should be scrupulously careful
to avoid the suspicion of sharp
The trial of James H. Tillman,
charged-with killing N. G. Gon
zales, is not a political issue; it
is not a question of "icommercial
ism" as ex-Judge Buchannan ar
gued before the court, when
refermg to the newspapers, nor
is it a case which demands ad
judication from the standpoint of
let them lump it" these shocking
words he is reported to have used
in a temple of justice. Judge
Buchannan is a brother-in-law of
the defendant and his zeal may
overbalance his discretion but
his intemperate defiance must
have horrified the presiding
Judge,for we dorzbt if such an un- i
seemly expression has a prece- I
dent in a court of law-none of V
these elements should come into e
the cause. It may do as a vote- i
maker to decry "commercialism" b
from the political stump, to put d
an opponent at a disadvantage, P
but when the State charges a
citizen with a crime, it is not for a
the purpose of gaining an ad
vantage over an adversary, but
that the crime charged may be
judicially investigated, and to
punish the guilty; therefore the
people of Lexingtoncounty have
had imposed upon them a plain
duty-a case has been sent to
them to try according to the law
and the evidence; they are not f
to be influence by any other con- t
siderations-favoritism or preju- 0
dice, either will be deplorable. s
If from the law and evidence, a
they conclude that James H. o
Tillman was justified in killing t
N. G. Gonzales they are in duty a
bound to acquit him, but if they
find from the law and the evi- t
dence that the killing was done t
without legal justification. they
should convict him, but whatever
the verdict, let it NOT be in
fluenced by a spirit of "By grabs,
if they don't like it, let them
lump it," nor spite,politics, prom
inent connections, or anything i
else, other than a clear con
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO. I
LUCAs CoUNTY. I'
FAsNK J. CHENEy makes oath that he is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. CHENEY &
Co., doing business in the city of Toledo. county
and State aforesaid. andthat said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catrrh that cannot be
cured by the use of H ATs CATARRH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my pres
ence. this 6th day of December. A. D. 1886
A. W. GLEASON.
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for zestimnoals. free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.. 1
There appeared in last week's
Kingstree papers a letter signed
by Dr. A. M. Snyder which 1
graphically relates a most sen
sational drubbing Dr. Snyder
received at the hands of Capt. t
J. A. Kelly, Intendant of the 1
town. The affair grew out of t
Dr. Snyder's 'criticisms of the
town council; corruption was
charged. According to Dr.
Snyder, he was inveigled into
Captain Kelly's office on the
pretense of a friendly meeting,
and there in the presence of
Kelley's friends, was beaten
'nearly unto death and forced to
sign a retraction. Captain Kel
ly is known in this town and
county, Dr. Snyder is not, but
if the signed statement of Sny
der, as published in the King
stree papers is true, our people
will feel heartily ashamed of
Kelly's cowardice. Any citizen
has a right to criticise public
omcers, and when he does, in
sedof the officers replying by1
entrapping the critic mnto an
office, and there attempt to stifle ]
his voice with cowardly assas
sination, they should make a
fair, open and full accounting
through the same medium they
Public officials are the servants
of the people. and to the people
they must account. We know
nothing of the merits of the con
troversy between Dr. Snyder and
the town council of Kingstree,
but we do know that the methods
resorted to by the Intendent of
Kingstree to procure a retraction
has lowered him in the estimation
of high minded people, if what
Doctor Snyder has recorded is
This is not our affair, but one
of the parties is well k-nown here,
hence we refer to it, and also be
cause there is a disposition on the4
part of some of our men who hold
offices,to resent being questioned
about their public acts: they
would regard any criticism of 1
their official acts as interference I
with their business; this is a mis
taken notion, and the sooner they 1
are made to understand that 1
"public office is not a private
snap" the better it will be for
them. We sincerely hope for<
the sake of Captain Kelley's form-i
er good reputation here, that he
has been grossly misrepresented
by Doctor Snyder whom we do
do not know, but who is report
ed to be a manof good character.
Is displayed by many a man enduring
pains of accidental cuts, wounds, bruis
e, burns,scalds, sore feet or stiff joints.
But there is no need for it. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain andt
enre the trouble. It's the best Salve
cn earth for piles, too. 25c at The R. A
B Loryea Drug Store. 1
New Zion Dots.1
Editor The Mnnnn Times: C
The far-mers of this section are busy ~
gathering the old yellow leaf, and Gen- I
eral Green is straight behind them. t
On last Thursday we were visited by I
an old time lightwood knot floater.
About the new jail, I agrece with our
Paxville friend about building a jail
with money that can be used for the .
The building of a new jail was settled t
by ballot. The taxpayers voted "No I
Jail"; the people have said by their ac-c
tion in a primary, they do not want a C
a new jail now, and they prefer the pro- 1:
fits from the dispensary to go to the a
schools. The ternmsof ourschools ought I
to be lengthened. They think ther-e u
ought to be a better jail, but why not let
them have a voice in the matter?
Come on correspondents let us give f
THE TL'~s plenty of news and keep the
editor busy. B.
No man or woman in the state will
hesitate to speak well of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets aftcr once
trying them. They always -oroduce a
pleasant movement of the bowels, ima
prove the appetite and strengtben the
digestion. For sale by the R. B. Lor
yea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea,8
It is Entirely Out of the Question to Try to
Bring This Great Theoretic Subjunctive up
in Opposition to the Practical Indicative."
A portion of an article from our
.iend "Paxville" appearing in the
;sue of this paper dated June 17th, is
) eminently conspicuous for its ab
,nce of argument that a few remarks
i reply will likely not be out of place.
'he part of the article referred to is
at entitled "About Schools." After
eading the whole of this portion, one
an only conclude that Mr. "Paxville"
opposed to the building of a new jail
y any means, for he very forcibly con
emni the provisions made for that
urpose, and does not offer any propo
itions or suggestions by which such
work might be accomplished. I shani
ttempt to take the said article apart to
ome extent and refer to it piece by
iece, hoping thereby to comprehensi
ly show that the opinions contained
herein are not well supported. -
"It does seem that there is a certain
tness of things when the dispensary
>rofits are to be used for jail building."
4ow, shall we have a new jail? Surely
here is not a citizen of Clarendon who
ill answer in the negative. In the
Erst place, our progressive ambition
.emands it, and it is just as important
Dr a county to have a specious jail as
o have gorgeous churches and schools,
r any other public buildings. In the
econ'd place, our pathos with refer
nee to humanity pleads for a decent
nd comfortable arrangement for those
f us who are so unfortunate as to have
o occupy a position behind the bars of
, jail. Thanks be to civilization, our
ethod of punishment is not to torture
a a filthy cell before an impartial
rial; it is after trial and conviction
hat our prisoners are sentenced And,
Do, we must not forget the fac; that
3any who go to jail to await trial are
s innocent as those who stand by and
heerfully see them conducted into that
>ison. Then, if we are to have this
Lew building, the necessary funds can
ome from nowhere except from the
axes paid by the people. Now .f they
Dust pay for same, what difference does
t make whether they get the money
>ut of the right-hand or left-hand pock
t? Will it amount to practically the
"The concern is a splendid factor in
-aising jail-birds." Doubtless it is con
:eded by all that whiskey is among the
eatest evils of the world, but the re
Eults of its corruptness are principally
>erceptible on the moral character, and
tre not nearly so manifest when we
ome to investigate the causes of crime.
"If we educate properly, jails and
ispesaries will sink low in places
hey shall occupy. The dispensary will
lose and the jail poorly tenanted." It
s all right for a sentimentalist to sit
Iown and dream ideals, but it is en
irely out of the question to try to bring
his 'great theoretic subjunctive up in
>pposition to the practical indicative.
think it only philosophical, and not
>essimistic, to say that it will be many
-ears before the human race will attain
his coveted paradise. I do not know
rhat friend "Paxville" means by edu
ate properly." I can conceive of no
orm of education that would so revolu
ionize humanity as to eliminate crime
>efore the old jail could rot down en
irely, if allowed to stand.
"No the dispensary furnishes enough
or the jail without giving its profits to
t." Attend any of our court sessions
Lad take note of the charges brought a
ainst the prisoners, and you will find
hat very few of them are therb with
he dispensary as either the direct or
ndirect cause. As stated above, the
worst abusers of whiskey are not the
mes who occupy our jail.
I hardly deem it necessary to state in
onclusion anything regarding my oh
ect in submitting this writing or the
tand that I take in the matter: a care
ul reading will be sufficiently explani
ory. I only ask that you give each side
he consideration that it deserves.
R. L. JONES.
Very Remarkable Cure of Diarrhoea.
"About six years ago for the first timd
n my life I had a sudden and severe at
ack of Diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice
iiller, of Morgan, Texas. I got temn
Orary relief, but it came back again
Ld again, and for six long years I have
uffered more misery and agony than I
an tell. It was worse than death. My
usband spent hundreds of dollars for
hysicians' prescriptions and treatment
ithout avail. Finally we moved to
3osque county, our present home, and
me day 1 happened to see an advertise
nent of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
md Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimon
a of a man who had been cured by it.
Che case was so simular to mine that I
Loncluded to try the remedy. The -re
ult was wonderful. I could hardly re
mlize that I was well again, or believe it
culd be so after having suffered so long.
hat one bottle of medicine, costing but
few cents, cured me." For sale by The
1. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Lor'
ditor The Manning Times:
The new road from Manning .to Sar
linia agitation has somewhat subsided
nd now that the Fourth of July is near,
an we not revive it? Every one in
his section favors the road and will
ubsribe liberally and pay promptly
owards it. Manning is a thrifty and
>rogressive town and will take a lively
nterest in it and will be thereby bene
ited in the trade. This section and
he Pine Grove section are famous for
obacco and cotton and they need a
iear and good road to get-to Manning.
Said road can be built by the aid of the
ounty, private subscription and the
haingang. Black river is the great
pediment in the way. Public and
arm roads are in a manner open to
rael if the route can be settled upon,
hich will not be far below the Alder
an tram road that passes through the
dantation of L. E. McFaddin, Sr. It
about one mile from Black river to
he Black river road by Heyward Mc
'addin's and if that be the route it will
ap the Black river road 100 yards of
he Pudding Swamp road, or Sardinia
On the 10th of July, 1838, a meeting
;as held near Mr. Alderman's crossing
o build this same talked-of road called
arion's crossing. Its aim then was to
o 200 yards above where Mr. Reeves
ves and on by Mr. Hampton Plow
en's mill, on to Harvin's ford and by
~indal's mill on to the Santee. Ed win
)ickey was chairman of the meeting,
ut it was not carried out. The writer
f this was then a 10-year-old boy.
later on when that meeting took
lace Manning was not known and
hose who participated in it have all
A Surgical Operation
;always dangerous-do not submit to
ae surgeon's knife until you have tried
'eWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. It will
are when everything else fails-it has
one this in thousands of cases. Here
;one of them: I suffered from bleeding
d protruding piles for twenty years.
as treated by different specialists and
sd many remedies, but obtained no re
ef until I used DeWitt's Witch Hazel
alve. Two boxes of this salve cured
ie eighteen months ago and I have not
ad a touch of the piles since.-H. A.
isdale, Summerton, S. C. For Blind,
leeding, Itching and Protruding Piles
o remedy equals DeWitt's Witch Hazel
alve. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug
O A S T O___ Z A .
eare h8 Kind You Have Aiways Bought
Editor The Manning Times:
The farmers in this section seem to
be sery blue about the condition of
their crops, as it has been raining about
one week and grass has taken posses
We are glad to report that Mr. Ton
Harvin's condition has so greatly im
proved that he is able to be up again.
Misses Janie and Edith Evans and
Crook have returned to their homes in
Orangeburg after a pleasant visit at
the home of Mr. S. P. Fairey.
Your correspondent spent a pleasant
time last week in Orangeburg with
relatives and friends.
We sadly note the death of Mrs. Eva
Felder. the wife of Mr. A. F. Felder of
Fvlder, she was a woman of high
christian character and was loved by
all who knew her.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ezell of Gaff
nev visited their sister. Mrs. T. J.
Walker last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bookhart are
on a visit to Mrs. Bookhart's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Richbourg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Richbourg and
children are also on a visit to Mr. L. N.
Mr. Charles Green has returned from
Darlington where he has been on a
Mr. F. H. Chewning received a kick
from a mule a few days ago which may
have been a serious one, while the
wound is not dangerous, still it is very
Panola and Summerton crossed bats
on the Summerton ground last Satur
day. Scores stood 16 to 8 in favor of
Panola June 29, 1603.
Loryea's Drag Store Will Buy It Back.
You assume no risk when you buy
Chamberlain's, Colic Cholera and Diar- ti
rhoea Remedy. Lorvea's Drug Store
will refund your money if you are not
satisfied after using it. It is every where
admitted to be the most successful rem
edy in use for bowel compiaints and the
only one that never fails. It is pleasant,
safe and reliable.
Teachers' Summer School.
To the Teachers of Clarendon County:
The County Summer School of your
county will open at Manning on July
15th. We should be glad to have every
teacher with us who can poss-ibly at
tend from the opening day on through.
Last yeai we had a very pleasant and I
believe profitable month together. It
would be a great pleasure to me per
sonally to meet again all you teachers
who were in attendance last year and
renew the ties of friendship and pro
fessional interest that were established.
I trust you found the work of last year
of such interest, pleasure and prof!t as
to induce you to return for another
month this year. To those of you who
were not with us last year we extend a
hearty wish that you may be this. The
association, for four weeks, with the
teachers of your own county where you
can exchange experiences, talk of mat
ters of common interest to the teacher,
and have your professional spirit quick
ened will be of untold benefit to you.
The course of study this year will em
brace Civics. History, Algebra and
Pedagogy. Both Mrs. Eolladay and I
will do our best to make the work at
tractive and pleasant, but at the same
time let it be understood that thorough,
earnest work is expected of every one.
I know it is unnecessary to appeal to
teachers to seize every opportunity for
improvement: so come and let us do
each other good, get a firmer grasp on
some of the things we teach, learn bet
ter how to present these things to the
child's mind, have our pride in our
lorious profession revived.
G. T. PUGH.
Prosperity, S. C., June 26, 1903.
Domestic Troubles. -
It is exceptional to find a family
where there are no domestic ruptures F.
occasionally, but these can be lessened
by having Dr. King's New Life Pills
around. Much trouble they save by
their great work in stomach and liver
troubles. They not only relieve you,
but cure. 2.5c, at The R. B. Loryea
Speciai to The Manning Times.
We have had heavy rains through
this section for some time past and we
hear the farmers cannot plow nor even
use the hoe in places and that the grass
White Oak Camp Woodmen of the
World was established last Monday b~
night at this place with twenty-odd -
charter members. The offcers arc:
C. C.-Dr. G. W. B. Smith. ta
A. L.-W. H. Shirer.
Banker-J. W. Broadway.
Clerk-H. J. White.
Sentry --H. A. Richbourg.
Ph ysician-Dr. T. J1. Davis. PX
Managers-J. G. Wells, three years:
J. F. Richbourg, two years: E. 0.
Rowe, one year.
Sheriff Scarborough of Sumter is vis
iting relatives in this town.
Miss Crawford, the Avant Mercan
tile Company's milliner, left last Satur
day for her home in Baltimore.
Mr. JT. E. Tenent went to Charleston
last Thursday to witness the gradua -
tion of his daughter, Miss Bessie.
Our hustling townsman, Mr. T. S.
Rogan, has assumed entire manage
ment of the furniture and cotfn store of
Mrs. E. C. Tindal and we hear he will
put in the largest stock of coflns and
furniture ever put in this county. P
Summerton, S. C., June 30, 1903.
Just About Bedtime
take a Little Early Riser-it will cure
constipation. billiousness and liver trou
bles. DeWitt's Little Ear-ly Risers are
different from other pills. They do not
gripe and break down the mucous memi
brances of the stomach, liver and bowels,
but cure by gently arousing the secre
tions and giving strength to these or
gans. Sold by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Death of Mrs. Eva Felder.
Mrs. Eva Felder, wife of Mr. F. Asbu- on
r Felder, of Felder section of Claren
don connty, died at 2 o'clock last Wed
nesday morning quite suddenly of heart
disease. She was sick but little over an
hour before the enli came. The deceas
ed was a daughter of Mr. W. P. Smith
of this city, and leaves her husband, a
little daughter two and one-half years L.
old, her father, mother, four brothersa
and three sisters to mourn her untimely
death. Mrs. Felder was but 31 years of
age, and had been married about four
years. Sh e had a great number of friends
in Sumter, where she grew up) to young
womanhood, who deeply regret to hear
of her death, and whose hearts are pro
foundly touched by the great sorrow
which has come to her home and to that
of her father, another daughter having
preceded her to the Beyond but a few M
months since. .
The funeral and interment were had
at the Sumter cemetery at 7 o'clock last
Wednesday evening. The serices were
conducted by Revs. C. C. Herbert, H.
Bascomb Browne, and R. Herbert Jones.
The following acted as pall bearers:
C. M. Hurst,; L. W. Folsom, M. H.
Beck. L. I. Parrot, D. J. Chandler, and
Geo. F. Epperson.-Sumter Herald. hat
Soberly and with clear eyes believe
in your own time and place. There is
not, there has never been, a better or a
better place to live in. Only with this
The Furniture Man.
~ji~Watch this Space~
4I S. L Krasnoff, S
~ : Will tell you what he can do.*
He -is busy"ow figring=down prics* i
$ among the mighty oaks.+
+ Watch out for him in the coming is-: 7
~ B. .. K1L.AsNOcF'F,
The Furniture Man.
P. ER~VIN. W. E. .JENKINSON. R. D. CLARI
R. D. CLARK, Manager.
THE PEOPLE'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPAN
~sires to extend thanks to the tobacco farmers of this section fc
e liberal patronage given the company the past year.
THE PEOPLE'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPAN
s again been fortunate in securing the services of Mr. R. I
~ARK as Manager. Mr. Clark will devote his best efforts in ol
-IGH EST P RICE
ssible for all Tobacco put upon his floor for sale.
Again thanking you for past favors and trusting that you wi
or us in the future, we are
EOPLE'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO
R. D. CL ARK, Manager.
S.---The People's Tobacco Warehouse will bi
open for business about July 8.
Shoes .and Oxfords
HIGH AND LOW ~
High Quality. Low Prices.
We have a complete line of Shoes and Oxfords, the best VALUES ever o.
l for the prices. For the next thirty days we are offering the lowest price
the strongest line of Footwear in your reach.
Thirty Days Only
Will you be able to secure Shoes at these prices.
lies' Oxford Ties, Patent Tip; our price....................... 75c
"Plain Tips, our price........................ 75c
IRegular S1.25; our price.................. .2
" 1.50: our price. .................. e
" 1.75; our price..................
Patents, ourpr price .................. ---- . 50
:: our price....................-----2O
" our...prce................- ..25
Wehae taks ml~"w our price............... ...--- 3O
e above pricesmore wlcanno vevery close and on a valuable bill. W<
e Work Shoes and Fine Dress Shoes--all sizes, prices and qualities.
THE CHILDREN. We ha alsesnd qualte of Soes andlo
WANT MEROANTILE CO.. ",
pato hiNtae hyOTICE!
We wish to thank our friends for their prompt response to our request for a
par ofther rad. Teyhave come in such groodly numbers that we have not,
just now, time to write out in detail all that we1have in stock.
You will find in our store a full and complete line of
Drugs, Medicines and Sundries,
We thank you for your kindness. We are here to serve your best interest.
CAPERS & CO., Propr's,
THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE,
S UMMERTON, S. C.
But Still in the Fight.
My stock is badly broken on account of the heavy spring
trade, but my stock is still complete on the following goods:
Housebuilders' Supplies, Paints and Oils.
A large stock of the best. Stoves.
Cream Freezers and Water Coolers,
Hammocks and Fly Traps.
Don't forget to take a look at my Flues. They are
just like every other good, heavy and well-made fine;
the only difference is they are sold much cheaper, thus
making it to your interest to give me your order.
A big and well assorted stock of
Paris Green and Bellows, Thread and
Wire, Thermometers and Lanterns.
The best Baskets for gathering the tobacco.
Yours for business,
J. F. DICKSON,
Next Door to Levi's.
'Look to Your Interest.
k& Here we are, still in the lead, and why suffer -with your eyes when you
can be suited with a pair of Spectacles with so little trouble? We carry the
Celebrated BAWKES Spectacles and Glasses,
Which Cal ae ofersngtvery cheap, from 25c to $2.50 and Gold Frames at $3
W. M. BROCKINTON.
I GREAT JUNE SALE!.
8and white Goods..
8NOW GOING ON.
D on't bny goods that have been in
Sstock all the season and possibly last
[1year's goods, and you have seen them
~before. But come to us and buy what
8We get ina newiline every week.
Fift On Lev iBlok
just Fite White Duck Hats for Ladies,
8 "s**hen"tfor piics,-etc.
CRACK GOES THE WHIP
IN COME THE ORDERS I
SELLS THlE VERYBEST GRADES OF
AT TH-E VERY LOWEST COST
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