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(Continued from Eleventh rage.)
Lynchburg, received a silver spoon.
After these presentations dancing was
Indulged in tmtlt a, late hour.
Much Interest Is being manifested in
the usual Friday gennan that will take
place to-night. To-morrow another
morning german will be given by sev?
eral of the young men, who are con?
tributing eo much to the pleasure of
Many of the most charming visitors
that arc stimmering here arc from Nor?
folk nnd Portsmouth.
HOW GUESTS OF EDGE HILL EN?
Montvalc, Va., Aug. 10.?The ap?
proach of autumn brings no diminu?
tion to the gaieties of Edge' Hill, and
the past tveek has been an unusually
On Monday evening the Euchre Club
gave a progressive euchre party, winch
?was very much enjoyed. Mrs.-sW.liter
C. Brooks, of Portsmouth, v.l.. carried
off the highest honors in the shape id
a beautiful ebony and silver darner.
Tuesday morning a coaching party to
Blue Ridge Springu was the event of
the day, and In the evening progres?
sive euchro amused the crowd until a
lato hour. Dainty little tally-cards,
tied with cerise ribbons and ornami nt
ed with exquisite pen-and-ink sketches,
were presented to each player. After
a number of exciting games the prizes
were carried off by Mrs. James I! ed,
of Montvnle. a dainty white sating ( in,
and Mr. Peed a silver scarf-pin. Mrs,
.W. C. Hrooks received the booby.
Wednesday evening a bubble party
amused young and old. Those present
were Mrs. S. F, Smith. Mrs. Win. Tay?
lor, Mrs. Plnckney Williamson. Mrs.
Edgar Nash. Mrs. W. ?'. Brooks, Mrs.
S. F. Butt, Mrs. W. I,. Wiac, Mrs. .1 :s.
Peed, Miss Miry Butt, Miss Lulle
Truglen, Miss Sophy Nash, Miss Ger?
trude Brook?, Miss Mollie Jackson, Miss
Meade Burwell, Mr. W. Taylor, Mr. W.
r. Brooks, Mr. H. V. Butts. Mr. Edgar
Nash,. Mr. F. Little, Mr. James Beed,
Mr. Allen Biggs. Misses Mabel and
Elise Otey, Ilntton Nash, Clinton
Brooks, Marshall Butt, Gladys Brooka,
Alice Beed and Edgar Nash. After a
long consultation the Judges, Mis.
Plnckney Williamson, Mrs. S. 1'". Smith
nnd Mrs. William Taylor, awar led the
prizes. Mrs. W. I.. Wise received the
ladies' prize, a dainty cut-glass and sil?
ver salve-box. Mr. Allen Kiggs was
awarded the gentleman's prize, a
chased silver knife. A handsome d ?11
was given to Miss Elise Otey and ??. ball
to Master Hatton Nash for tie larg
bubbles blown by the children. De?
lightful refreshments were served dur
Ing the evening.
A party went to Boanoko on Tu -?
day, returning a; night, gl.id to g t
back to the eool breezes, beautiful
views und excellent fare of Edge Hill.
The latest arrivals are: Portsmouth,
H. F. Butt. W. i'. Brooka; Suffolk, T.
F. Little; Lynchburg, Mrs. Wills, Mis.s
Donna "Will?, Mr. Meredith Wills; Pe?
tersburg. Mr. Plnckney Williamson.
TIRED GUESTS FIND BOTH PLEAS?
URE AND HEALTH.
Crockett's Springs, Va., Aug. 10.?
Mountain climbing parties are quite
the fad here, Mr. Ben Thomas, who
knows every inch of ground for miles
around, Invariably accompanying the
guests as guide- Under his skilful di?
rection the highest peaks are sur?
mounted and the vision of Hie climb i
gladdened with a view of all the pic?
turesque regions round about. The
ascents ore naturally attended with,
many dilllculties, but when once tn
loftiest point Is reached the climber
feels more than amply repaid as he
turns to view the surpassingly beauti?
ful scene that greets the eye.
Among the guests of the gentler gen?
der who are universally and deservedly
popular this season are: Mesdames
Charles I*. Holland, of Dan vile: A. B.
Hammond, of Roanoke City, and chas
W. B. Lane, of Norfolk. This trio nro
always first and foremost In urranglng
social functions that serve t,>
pleasure to nil. Mr. Lane joined hi:
wife about ton days ago und expects to
remain until the last of September. As
a mountain climber he is facile piin
ceps, and when a horseback ride of
thirty miles over rocky and precipitous
reads Is suggested ho stands not only
ready, but eager to mount Iho saddle.
He Is also an enthusiastic disciple of
Isnnc Walton, nnd nothing delights
him half so much as to Bpend hours at
1h? time enticing the speckled beauties
from their homes in the watery depths.
Mrs. John Necly and her daughter,
of Norfolk, are also sojourning li re
seeking rest and recreation.
Miss Mary Johnston, of Birmingham,
'Ala., author of the "Prisoner of Hop ,"
together with her father, are auto
raphed upon the hotel register. MaJ i
ohnston served in the Legislature of
Virginia when Mahonc was in the
zenith of his political power, nnd was
nn able und astute opponent of the hit?
ter's methods ami policies. Ho wuf
oticc president of tho#Hchmond and
Alleghany railroad, but Ts now dov dine
Hmself exclusively to his business in?
terests In his ndontcd Slate.
Mr. Walter Jameson, a son of Mr. M.
C. Jameson, comptroller of the N
and Western Railway Company, has
been here for more than a month, nnd
has assumed a loading part in every?
thing proposed that savored of gayety,
The ladles regard him as Indispensable
to the success of any entcrtninmcnt,
and frankly confess that the single ob?
jection to his participation In progres?
sive card parties is that he Is more
than likely to capture nil or the prizes
Mr. Jameson will attend the Scho il of
MedicJnt) at the University of Virginia
during the coming season, und may
locate in Norfolk when graduated.
Mrs. .Susan C. Tatem, of Lnrchmnnt,
N. Y.. has erected a conveniently
pointed cottage on an elevated site
within a stone's throw of the hotel, nnd
there, in company with her daughter,
Miss Ruby, a young hidy of sttpcrloi
accomplishments nnd surpassing
beauty, and her son, Mr. Ed. Tatem, n
matriculate nf Yale, nnd withal a super?
latively good fellow, she will abide
until the early frost shr.ll flrlvo her to
the cozy Interior Of her Northern home.
Mrs. Tatem dispenses hospitality in ii
manner thai suggests the lavish enter?
tainment of Southern planters In ante?
bellum days, and no one Is more p pil?
lar than she among the sojourners n)
this Ideal place,
Mr. Winston Parish, mother nnd sis?
ter, of Portsmouth, after spending n
fortnight here, left Tuesday for Iheir
home, in Portsmouth. Their departure
created tiniversnl regret among the
guests, all of whom were proud to
gtalm tbem as their friends.
THE SUCCESSOR OF COL E. G.
(Special to Vlrglnian-Pilot.)
Covlngton, Va., Aug. 15.?Your cor
respondent, who has been spending
some time among tho resorts of Vir?
ginia and West Virginia, has noted
gome very pleasant places, nnd among
them Is the Intermont at this place.
The Intermont has been very popular
lar years under Colonel Peyton's man
agi inent. Since the death of Colonel
Peyton, Mr. J. A. Ersklnc, of the Tre
mont I'."use, Lakeland, Pia;, has leased
the house, and it is his Intention to
run It In connection with his winter ro
Bort in Florida. Mr. Ersklne Is well
known throughout the South as ;i ho?
tel man. lie Is also secretary of the
Hotel Keepers' Association <>f the State
.>f Florida. Ho says he will use every
effort to make his guests comfortable,
and their stay pleasant. He has an ele?
gant band of music, a line ball-room.
cro<|Uet, lawn tennis, golf and with
many beautiful drives, making it very
pleasant for those who are looking tor
a good time. II!.-? table will be kept sup?
plied with tho best fresh country vege?
tables, rggs, chickens and everything
will be in llrst-olass stylo. He has about
one hundred regular guests now, and
reports nil the transients he enn take
care .of. Mr. Ersklno reports many Im?
provements to be added to the house
before another season, and that noth?
ing will be left undone that will add
comfort nnd pleasure to the guests.
Among the guests register* l new nro
Mrs. Fltxhugh Leo nnd family. Major
Wood iuid wire, Mr: F. D. <:i11 and fam?
ily, of Portsmouth, and Judge Wicks
and wife, of Baltimore.
GRANDUER OP THE STORM?PER?
SONAL AND OTHERWISE.
Virginia Reach, Va., Aug. 10.?The
long-wished-for opportunity of seeing ft]
terrible storm on the ocean whpn safely
houKi ii ( n laud has been nftorded many
persons here during the last few days.
White the wind in terrific gusts caused
the hotel nnd cottages to tremble and
shake, the sight, grand beyond descrip?
tion, was wut! In d with intense Interest
by those already here and tho thous?
ands who came to see the fury of th
waves. The damage has been slight,
the greater part caused by the leaking
<>f ii-,. cottages. It was simply Impos?
sible to keep the rain, which poured
in such torrents for hours, out of the
best of them.
The postponed Euchre Club meeting,
which was to have been held at Mrs.
B, A. ll Hand's, was held in the Prin?
cess Anne ball-room, Mrs- Holland be?
ing quite Indisposed. There were five
tables nnd the llrsl prize, a dark blue
silk umbrella, with Dresden China han?
dle, was won by M'38 Jones, of Rich?
mond. The consolution, silver scissors,
by Mrs. fare, of Washington. D. C.
Miss M. L tvnch, Mrs. Goodwin nnd
sister, of Nashville, Tenn., arrived yes?
terday nnd are stopping nt the Wright
Miss Myru .Ion s and sinter, of Rich?
mond, are at Mrs. Pace's cottage.
Mrs. M. P. Muguire left for Nashville
Mrs. Mnsl and daughter left for tho
Yellow Sulphur Springs Tuesday niorii
Miss Lily Fahs entertained n number
of friends nt breakfast on Wednesday.
Miss Fahs' guests were Misses Fairfax,
Loving, Ida Gordon, Elsie Ford. Lucic
McDonald, Mary Dranndldge and Mrs.
Mr. Prunk Wllcox gave a luncheon
nl the Virginia Club Tuesday. His
guests wore Misses McDonald and Ida'
G?rdan, Mrs, 13. Woodward; Messrs.
Wm. cam:) nnd Frank Taylor.
Mrs. Hurley and son. of? Memphis,
Tenn.. who have been stopping at the
I Princess Anno Hotel for tho past
month, left for their home this morn?
ing, to the groat regrel of their friends.
Mr. James Valentine, of Richmond,
arrived yesterday and Is at the Prln
e, es Anne Hotel.
NOTE.?The People's Forum being
freely open to all parties, classes, per?
sons, views and capacities, the Vir?
ginian-1 Mot la responsible for none
of the ritatonients nor opinions ex?
pressed therein, nor for the style in
which they arc ?et forth, The ignorant
nnd uneducated Rhall be heard here
equally with the learned.
Kx |t I mini ory.
Dear Sir?1 am extremely sorry that
the unfortunate use of tho word "com?
parison" in my article should have
caused you to belh ve that I wished to
antagonize vom- position in regard to
the Filipinos, and 1 beg to assure you
that nothing was further from my
thoughts ?heu the article In question
was written; I simply desired to sup?
plement, your excellent editorial by ad?
ditional evidence which happened i o
come under my observation, and. If
possible, to strengthen, not to weaken,
your argument. You know, Mr. Editor,
the weak can sometimes help the
strong. 1 d? hoi wish to be hypercriti?
cal or unfair nnd l assure you that 1
ant in full sympathy with your fight
against. "Imperialism." As tho gravity
of an offense depends largely upon the
Intention 1 trust you will accept this
explanation In the spirit In which it is
given. 1 am, Very truly yours.
S. F. X.
Political mechanism Is made up by
unscrupulous men, who have only one
objt ci in view. Sclf-Bupported by tho
party dollar, their methods are carried
out by a system known only :?> them>
sclvcs. At tho dictation of the boss
they nominate and elect m< n of theli
own selection, ignoring the people's
choice. They control the legislative
bodies, defeating the will of the people,
thus they bull.I up the oho man power
that, destroys good government. The
rieh man's dollar made from trust com?
binations, oils this machine and llhds
plenty of help to make it do Its foul
werk of party destruction for personal
ends. A combine Is this mysterious
power that controls this damnable ma?
chine, which Iras assumed such power
that it hn:? no regard for law. it i.<
leading the people rapidly Into cen?
tralism nnd one man power. This
means death to Individual rights, the
foundation of American liberty, Dom
ngoglsm aids this invisible power to
create a secret syst'm nil over the land
whose mission In t>> lay the stepping
Stone to tho hall Of imperialism. Lis?
ten1. Are you good people ready lo
gurrender the teachings' of your fathers,
b?nde,) down to you and supported by
Thomas Jefferson as the only pure prin?
ciples by which we should be governed,
to this one man power. If Mr. Martin
is opposed to machine methods let hliri
sny b ? In plain English, and come for?
ward like a true Democrats and say to
the people: "I place my cause In your
hands; l want an hones: verdict from
all the people. It Is your privilege to
i name and yours io elect men to office.
I rrlll Guarantee
that ruy Kidney Coro
will euro 00 per cent,
of all forma of kidney
eoiuplnlat and In
many Instances tho
most serious forma of
Bright'* disease. If
tlic disease Is com?
plicated send a four
onuce vial of urine.
We will analyze It
and advise you frco
what to do.
a viel. Guido to nealth
inns, Art-li st., Pslln.
and not an invisible power Introduced
by corrupt parties to rob honest peo- j
pie. of their supreme rights."
it was the working of this machine
several years ago that blighted
Virginia's growth and cast a dark
shadow over all the land, .and made
tier proud boos blush with shame when
he rcglstl red his name from Virginia.
Combines and trusts mean starvation
prices to labor. They name the price
you shall receive arid the price yc;j
shall pay; their law shall be your law.
Freemen! the hour for an honest ballot I
Is at hand. If you love Individual
rights, go and do your duty like men. |
Exercise tin- right guaranteed to every
man under the law?that of a free bal
'lot. See that it Is properly counted -and
plai cd to the credit of the party named,
for dark und mysterious are the ways
of machine men. Packed halls are gen?
erally controlled by men who do their
master's bidding, therefore, it Is a poor
place to.expeet fair play; If you find
the party* will not accord to each and
every man equal rights, then call
tie--ting of the people ami nominate
men of the people, win) are for the peo?
ple and true tu the teachings of Thomas
J iC F FEB. SO N! A N D E MOCRAT.
Norfolk < My Politic*.
Franklin, Va., Aug. 10, 1S00.
Gentlemen,?Permit me to congratu?
late you upon your timely editorial in
to-day's Virglnlun-Pllot, criticising the
action of the Executive Committee of
Norfolk city in refusing to call a pri?
mary for the nomination of candidates
for the House of Delegates, and calling
upon that committee to reconsider its
action and call euch primary.
Ev rybody In the Second Congression?
al District who believes in fair play,
and in an expression of the wishes or
the people, will Join you In this request
to the committee of Norfolk city.
I believe that it has been the Inva?
riable custom in Norfolk city to nom?
inate Democratic candidates for the
Legislature by primary, ever since the
revolt of a few years ago, when all tile
opposing elements In the city coniblned
to overthrow the methods then pre?
vailing in political circles. Why then
is this rule to be changed at this time?
If there ever tvas a campaign when the
freest expression of the wishes of the
people ought to he permitted, it is now.
Nobody who has looked carefully upon
the events of the past few months in
this state can believe ror a moment
anything except that the action of the
committee in ordering ward meetings
was taken for the distinct purpose'of
prom.Hing the success of a particular
candidate for the IT. S. Senate. This la
all wrong, and a continuation of such
methods will lead to a rupture in the
party, if a majority of the Democratic
voters of Norfolk city desire the elec?
tion of any particular man for U. S.
Senator, then their wished ought to be
respected by the men whom they send
to represent them In the Legislature,
and there is no possible way by which
tiio.se men can ascertain what the ma?
jority wish except through the medium
of a primary election.
1 do not wish to be considered as
abusing or condemning party organi?
zation. 1, myself, have been a part of
the Democratic organization ior years,
but l defy any man to point out any
act on my part, as u part of the Dem?
ocratic organization, that was done by
me to promote my own personal ends or
to advam e the peculiar Interest of any
friend Of mine.
The Democratic organization I? the
creature of, tho Democratic party, and
Is not the party Itself. Its object is to
protect the Interest of the party and to
aid the party in opposing Its foes. When
thus used, it is an instrument for great
good, but when this organisation ceases
to be itscd solely for opposing its on
? my, and is used to promote the pecu?
liar Interest of any man, or any set of
men, within the party, it becomes a
powerful instrument for evil.
We uro often tul.l in answer to this
argument that all politicians will take
advantage of any power they may pos?
sess from being-a part of the party or?
ganization, and use that power to ad
vance their own interest or the interest
of their personal friends. This may be
true of many politicians who are a part
of the organization, but It is not true
of all of them. And it Is the putting
Into operation of such principles as
those thai create dissatisfaction In tho
ranks of the party, and will ultimately
end In open rupture. A man who Is a
part of the Democratic organization
ought to have only the Interest of the
party Itself at heart, and in deciding
any question, he ought to decide with
respect to the welfare of the party, and
the question of benefits to be derived
by himself or his personal friends
ought n. ver to enter into his consider?
ation when deciding g question df par?
ty policy or action. This Is said by
many to be too high a standard of un?
selfishness for politicians to follow, but
wherever that standard is hot followed,
trouble more or Ii ss ensues, and rup?
ture in the parly Is aim >st sure?to fol?
Everybody !n the Second Congres?
sional District knows that the ward
meetings called to he held In Norfolk
city on the 21th of August will hot give
a fair expression of the w ishes of the
voters of Norfolk city.
The buildings in which the meetings
are to i><- h id woul I not contain ohc
Ihird of the voters of the city if they
applied for admission. On the night
that these meetings nre to he held those
buildings will bp early filled by the
professionals Who .ire determined to
carry their points at .-ill hazards, and
the result will be that the business men
and those citizens who have no per?
sonal Interest In politics, but who de?
sire to see the best nu n elected to of?
fice and who nre Democrats and there?
fore entitled to 'nave their wishes res?
isted, will refuse lo go to any such
meeting ns will be hol.I.
A primary Is a fair expression of the
wishes of the majority, and the minor?
ity that Is defeated will yield grace?
fully to ihe wishes of the majority.
But majorities always object to being
?Mctated to by minorities. There Is a
deep seated conviction, It seems, on the
part of many members of the Demo?
cratic organization In the State that
because they have been selected by the
Democratic voters to do the work of th<,
party, and do perform that work, that
therefore the party, and all the honors
and emoluments within Us gift belongs
to them by virtue of the fact that they
d? the party work.- A continuation of
the methods prompted by any such con?
viction will bring disaster to any party
that ever existed. I, together with
thousands of Democrats of this district,
beg you that you keep up the light
against tho methods that have been
adopted by your committee, and will
continue in season mid out of season to
urge them to reconsider their action
and ardor a primary. I do not believe
that the objection raised In the com?
mittee that the primary expenses could
not be paid Is a valid one, because at
this meeting of the committee otto-half
of the expenses were guaranteed by
gentlemen who were not members of
the committee. I believe that the clt-1
Isens of Norfolk city who desire I':: It |
the primary should be held would seel
to it that there would be no lack ol
funds to pay the proper expenses ot the
primary. No dltllculty has ever yet been
experienced along this line, and If it
were necessary t<> do so. which I do not
think that it would be, tho Demo?
crats interested in this subject outside
of Norfolk city would be willing t > as?
sist In raising the amount necessary tor
J. C. PARKER.
7iio*o Blind Tigers.
I^amberfs Point. V.l., Aug. 10. 1S00.
To tho Editor of Virginian-Pilot:
Per the past eighteen months the
residents of this once peaceful littl?
suburb have constantly been disturbed
by this whiskey and beer business here
in our midst.
Things are getting so hero of late
that Its almost dangerous to be out
As every one knows, tho houses here
are some distance apart, as a rule, and
a person does not know when they are
coming in contact with a drunken per?
son, as they are everywhere, especially
on Sunday nights.
These people are not only violating
the laws of tho State of Virginia by
selling without license, but by doing an
enormous business ot* It on the Sabbath.
Not later than last Sunday, in a den
kept by a colored man, live drunken
men-got into a tight over a. game, as
the result of Which one got done up
However, things were kept quiet. Our
officers are fully acquainted with the
details of the affair, but in this com?
munity "party heelers" cannot commit
a "breach of the uoace."
We understand1 that in Slate Town
(a colored settlement here) there are
five such places. These places are
frequented mostly (?) by men. both
white and colored, who work all the
week and on Sunday spend the last
dime they have in drinking and gamb?
ling. Most of the above places have .1
?'erap room" attached, and it's a usual
thing to see a gang of white men.
headed by "political leaders." playing
cards in a "Negro Den" on a Sabbath
There are also,a. couple of such places
oast of Bowden's Ferry Road, In the
midst of the white settlement. The
people there are much alarmed over the
fact that drunken men are about nil
times of night.
Must we wait until our next election
to.have this thing stopped, or must we
yet be forced to take this matter before
a court (?). Such Is the state of affairs
hero to-day. AN OI5SEUVKU,
ninrmnna in the Kontb.
Chattatuoga, Tenn.. Aug. 10.?The re?
port of President Kieh, of the Mormon
Society, shows that 4S0 Elders are la?
boring in the Southern field, and during
last \\<ek they walked 9.2G0 miles, vis?
ited 3,600 families and held 930 meetings.
The report says in the Otorgia con?
ference f.7 elders are at work, and dur?
ing the week they walke'J 909 miles nnd
vlsii.d 1C"> families. They were refused
?tertalnment 37 times.
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back ad Conndcuce, Nctvoasn . Lassitude, all Drains, "S out im?i Urrorr, or KxockhIvo
Uso of Tobacoo, Opinra, or blnuor, tvliloU leads lo Mi?erv. Oonsumpt Ion, Insanity and
Doath. At, ntoro or nail, $1 a box: Ktx for with "Written Guarantca to Cure or
Refund Monay. ?oiaplo Package, containing live days' treatment, with lull lusiruc
tlou.'.vto coats. Onu uamplu only sold to oaoli person. At storo or by mail.
Redl Label Special Exftsra Strengths
For Imnotcucv, ; ? ??! 'ower. Xiool Manhood. Storlllty or Barrenness, $1 a bos}
six" tor a, witu writt ? Quaraatbo to oaro lu uj cUya. At utoio or by iuail.
Walke, Si I ii .- Gray, sole a? nts. corner Water street and
Xonolk. V :.
rUlv12V~E3 roosts. SUMMER RESOHTS,
E$. JOYNES &z CO.
Take pleasure In announcing to tho public that they have leased tho
Bar, Restaurant, Pool Rooms, Baths arid Fishing Privileges
AT OC1SAN VI15W
for the present season, and that they propone conducting th^ satuo on a
HIGH 1'I.AXi:. \V- promise the BUST SlSUVICi? In each ut in- tibovii
dcpartmonl*. und hope to receive tuo support and encourage hiem ... iiiii
utlbllc, Our motto will be to |li iKach of the above dc.pi;Miuentu .|j
bo presided over by oouipeictit p :oplcf and not ou.ly will the i? i servled
be given our patrons but. the best of ptdcr tv.?l bo preserved su well.
' . Rcspccclfully,
h. b. jgy11:?.?:.::? & lo.
] Buy lew, Before iloi is E .
\ Our last car-load-is nearly sold ancl (he
^ materials has risen about 100 per cent, so <.
} price on
tip* p c
i will have to be materially increased. It will pay (o
C buy now at $7.30, thus saving in price of: /e and
I cost of gas used for cooking.
( CITY ?AB COo
A Chance frr Medium and Urse Size Men, }
THE BIGGEST OFFER \
ever mr.de by any house on [
)j t :?n iL n B \mS tarn Ess ?J> 0 ii B 8 S ?
In order to close a lot of Negligee Shirts, nearly all )
medium and large sizes, with collar and cv.iis attached, (
we offer them at )
Tic to match.
Value. $J, ?T.25 and $!.50 ~T
If you do not wish collars attached, have them removed and (
wear white cellars. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS OFFER. Some i
f will surely take advantage and carry them over; it will pay YOU [
) lo do so, but not u3. We haven't an inch of space to store them )
HATCH & DEAN,
THRY AR Fl SHOWN
IN OUR NORTH v. INDOW.
25 and 27 Granby St,
1 r ? f i rT T r
i ^ ?2 E| ...;
: av ; ? move out of our etoro tootween Sebtember
and O lobor 1st, In order to make contemplated lm
and wishing to closo out every article) of
offering Kancy floods, Plated Ware, Clock's,
:. ! i iw p.-i' es. and our midsumuier regular
is ;. ilng on, which includes every artlolo, old or
nl . ? clal down price.
colpt of more Rocket Folding and other
il ? tid supplies, which go at strictly manufacturers'
II shavo yourself buy tho Star Safety Bazor
?. Avail yourself of tho opportunity to buy
i at second-class price* Guaranteed strict
QjmmB 1 C. F. GREENWOOD & BRO.,
318 MAIN STREET.
'.ici o or Oinitn;
AFTER USING. '? .
in r.,<. Iva
N'.'rvj-.is i'r-...:r..t!?.:t. K.iiii" tor Lost Manhood,
-:. Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, excessive use
.i te Con mptlon :.r.u Insanity. With every
or r.ifund i in monoy. Sold :.i 91.00 per b.-,z,
E t'S < U i;.T.( Xfi Co., Clovcland, Ohio.
Sold bv BURROW, MARTIM L CO.