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VOL. VI.--NO. 273. SHENANDOAH. PA.. FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS. 1891. ONE CENT
"My Son, Deal "With. Men "Who Advertise. You will Never Lose by It."--Benjamm Franklin
The Evening Herald.
AI.Ii THE NEWS FOK ONK CENT.
I a tarter circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper published. Circu
lation books open to all.
.A WORD TO REPUBLICANS.
The hope of the party lies In the
expanston of a stalwart Republican
press. The Republican who reads or
otherwise helps to support a Demo
sratlo Journal to the exclusion of one
of his own party newspapers la untrue
to the Republican cause. .
Unanimously subscribed to by the
National Republican League.
J. S. Ci-abkpon, President.
A. B. HujinihEY, (Secretary
New York, Nov. 10, 1801.
LECK.1B At Shenandoah, Ta., Thurs
day, December 17' b, 1891, John Lockle,
aged 45 years. Funeral will take place
from the residence of Mrs. S. Leckle, GOG
East Oentro stroot, on Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Intorment in Odd Fellows'
Holderman's jewoly store, on tho direct
corner of Main and Lloyd streetB, Is a min
iature world's fair with its myriad of holi
day attractions. Mr. iiolderman Is doing
business on a rock-bottom basis and pur
chasers can get the best values at what
ever sum they wish to expend. 12 14-11
Dolls I Dolls I Dolls 1
Largest and best assortment in town.
Kid body and dressed dolls 25 cents. Toys
of all descriptions. All the latest games,
puzzles, picture and story books. Bisque
figures, chlnaware, etc. Handsome plush
present: for Christmas. At Mollet's, 22
East Centro street.
Hurrah for the Holidays I
Right now wo are ready for business
with an Immense assortment of Christmas
gifts in watches, jewelry, silverware, music
books, gold and silver-headed canes um
brellas, etc., etc. E. B. Bruhm.
Coughing Leads to Consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough ai
"411 worn ortt" Is the expression of the
sleepK a sullerer with, thai terrible cough.
I'an-Tlna pus a slDp to 1L It's a remedy for
Coughs, Colds and Consumption, 25 cents.
l'au-Tlnals sold at P. P. D. Kirlln'sdrug
4 iBt Handsome stock of lamps with tho most
( ' delicately band-painted bisque and china
shades, at Holderman's.
for $ 3.60
Buy one for your wile for a 'Christmas
resent, weaisou ot u.i ubui
;uga and Carpets at
C. D. FRICKE'S CARPET STORE.
Honest Goods at Fair
In the line of Good. Goods
another lot of New Country lard, strictly pure-
4fr'Our BAKING MOLASSES,
New Orleans,not mixed goods and the bestwe can buy.
Our EIHE 2 ABLE SYJRJIJP, at 10c a quart, is briyht
color, fine flavor, pure sugar not mixed tvlth glu
cose or com syrup.
"What's in a ISTame !
"Wliypnyn Fnncy Price lor n particular brand of Flour,
-when n trlnl will convince you Uintyou enn nuy AS GOOD
" an article for a LOWER VRICK ? Try a sample snclc oi
our FANCY MINNESOTA PATENT FLOUR, and toe con
vinced that you can save money. "We guarantee jt to be
equal to the highest priced Flour in the ninrlcct.
Our RIVERSIDE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR is a choice
Our Old-Time CORN MEAL is made ofnew corn-JCilu-drlcdaud
Try our Old-Time GRAHAM FLOUR.
Try NORTH-WESTERN DAISY" Flour.
tey Will arrive In a few days, a Car
AT KEITER S.
J. O. Bonder, of I'otisv He, w H to
John Cathor, Sr., In slo ly but surnl
Lieutenant Daniel, of tho Goal & Iroi
Police, Is down with tho grip.
A L. Brasi fieljl, ono of the editors aw
publishers of The Cell o( Stbuvlki 1
Haven, was in town yesterday afternoon. "
A Kind Friend.
I what they call Ihul Famous Remedy, Ko
Flag oil, It quickly cures Itht-uuiallsni
Neuralgia. Cut, I)tul-es, llcrnHorea and all
pain. It 1" good tin man or Least. 25 cent
At KlrllL'a drug store.
TRUMPBOUR AND OSTRANDER.
Thalr Applications ltcarillng Hall Not
Grant,,! by IIim Court,
Kinoston, N. Y., Dec 18. An appli
cation was made before Judge Edwards
of Hudson, yesterday, to admit Mathaw
T.Truruplionr to ball, and for a reduc
tion of ball in the cast of Jamts K.
Ostrander, who are confined in jail her
on several indictments, charging them
with embezzling the funds of tha Ul
ster County Savings Institution.
Little change vras noted in the ap
pevranci of the prisoners when they
were brought Into court. Their wives
sat beside them during the entire pro
ceedings, and if looks go for anything,
their tacss depleted greater anxiety than
those of the prisoners. A sensational
episode occurred when the Judge an
nounced that the sureties of Trumpbour
were not suuloient. His bride of but a
few months gave way to her anguish in
bitter tears and, rising to her feet, im
plored the Judge in pitiful tones to be
merciful and release her husband. The
prisoner was very much uffeoud by thla
aot of devotion on the part of his wife.
The examination as to the sureties
lasted for several hours. Among these
accepted ware three sisters and a brother-in-law
of Trumpbour. Objection
vras made to Mrs. Martha G. Travers,
the mother-in-law, who wished to qual
ify In tho sum of (7,000. The judge
asked that some one els be obtained to
go on the bond for the additional sum
of 118,000 necessary In plae of Mrs.
Travers. This not being forthcoming,
the prisoner was returned to jail.
Counselor Westbrook then mad an
application to reduce Ostrander' ball
from 110,000 to 130,000. Judge Ed
wards ordered that this matter be takea
befor som county judg and dismiss!
Kingston, N. Y., Deo. 18. On a peti
tion of th old trustee and some depssl
tors Judge Fursman has granted an or'
dr that th Attorny-Qeneral, th
superintendent of .Hanking and N. E.
Brodhead, receiver of the Ulster County
Having InstltJtlon, should how cause
before him, at Troy, on Saturday, why
th prayers of tha petitioners for the re
sumption of business of the institution
should not be granted, the receiver dis
charged and th trustees lncrasd from
11 to 25.
For Holiday Gifts
Call and ton the fine fiand-palnted articles
of Cbinawtre, the work ot Hiss Virgie
Uollopelor, of town, now on exhibition
and sale at McCarthy's drug store.
Perronal-Should this meet the eye of the
Individual who created a disturbance In
church last Sunday by tils continued cough
ing, he will confer a faxoron Hit congregation
by procuring n bottle of Dr. Bull's Coiifh
Byrup, which will cure hlui.
GOODS Never Ho at ANY PRICE.
urn invite your attention to
2 qta. tor 2Sc, is strictly
Load of SALT, Coarse and Fine.
THE FOURTH DAY.
AT THE SCHUYLKILL COUNTY
MANY INSTRUCTIVE ADDRESSES
Suporintondont Houok SpeaVtB oi
thoJ3tato Teachers In Gonoral
and Schuylkill County
Teachers in Particular.
Miss Seegmlllor opened tho aftornooi
of the teachers' county institute in Fergu
son's theatre yesterday by rosum ng bet
instructions on drawing. Construction un
derllea all decoration. First think i f tbi
object to bo decorated. Tho decoration
should bo tubordlnato to the construction
Stability, unity,reposo and variety shouto
bo embraced in decorations.
Or. Balllet was introduced and gave
very interesting talk. Reading furnishes
tho printed symbol of ideas. Talk fur
nishesthe vocal symbol of thought. Spell.
ing furnishes tho written symbols. You
have studies that doal with the material ol
thought, and studios 'that doal with th
symbols of thought In other word-
studies that deal with the actual things in
ono sense, or with actual or real knowl
edge; and studios that doal with the husks
of knowledge. You havo studies that deal
merely with words and language. If you
tako language work from the thought work
of the schools you would bo dealing with
tho husk of knowledge. Get something
to read that puts flesh and blood in the sub'
ject studlod. Take one lino of reading for
a start connected reading and then take
up another. Don't take up a little- on this
and a little on that. Say you take one
line on literature, ono on sclonce, ono on
geography and another on history, how
shall you find time for a new study 7 You
can do it by connecting your thought work
with your language work. "Why can't a
boy learn to road just as woll by reading
some subj ct in geography or history, as
well as roading meaningless stories. Tho
reading in schools ought to to be of Buch a
character as to contribute to all tho other
studies, then you would gain something
lor some other study. It ought not to re
quire more time to havo reading and other
branchos than to havo only tho other
branches and no reading at all.
Prof. George 13, Ilaucher took tho plat
form and spoke on "The Demands of ou
Schools." Ono of tho domands of the
state on our public school, is eili'.enship
something that will make the bo; grow
up to be good citizens. To bo a good citi
zon is 3.0 be intelligent. Individuality is
another demand by tho stato. Tho state
does not want men who allow themsolves to
1 be driven to tho ballot box like cattle, but
man who havo tho individuality and in
tolligenco to vote for themselves. Man
hod, discipline and patriotism are among
the other requirements. Patriotism can be
taught by having children sing patriotic
songs. Those lessons must bo taught in th
school rooms. The state has no othor mean
of reaching these ends. The children bavo
a sought of second birth in tho school
rooms and if they are born right tho state
will have a population of which it will bo
Dr. E. O. Lyte made his farewell ad
dress and held the attention of the large
audience for about twenty minutes while
ho gave his ideas as to how children should
be troatod and trained by tho school
teachers. Hearty applause followed tho
conclusion of the address.
Superintendent ilouck wanted tho in
stitute to sing, but tho demand for a speech
wa3 too strong. Mr. Ilouck touched tho
sentiment of the teachers and was ap
plauded frquently and vociferously.
Ioi r. uoucK earn mat no wouia snow now
Schuylkill stands In public school circles ol
the state, which embraces 07 countios. The
average school term in Schuylkill county
is 8 36 montliB. Only flvo countioi in the
stato have a bettor avoraga than that Del
aware, 0 42; Lackawanna, 0.20; Allegba'
ney, 9.19; Oirbon, 9.81; Montgomery, 8.01
Tho tax rato of Schuylkill county is
1 mills. Seventeen counties of tho stato
1 bavo a higher rato. The average monthly
salary of male teachers In Schuylkill
county is $50 19. There are only sovon
counties in the fclato that have a higher malo
average. They are : Alleghaney, fOl.OC;
Boaver, ?50 20: Elk, $50 20: Delaware.
$03.02; Lackawanna, $5127; Luzerne,
$51.71; AVayne, $55 07. The average salary
paid the lady teachers In Schuylkill county
is not very good $35.30. It is altogether
too low and If there woro any bcIi joI di
rectors hero thU afternoon I would tell
them that there is bolter work for them to
do than meet and condemn the institutes,
Tho average stlary of lady teachers in this
stato is entirely too low. The school
teachers havo given this stato the grand
place It occupies in tho states of this nation
Only ten counties pay hlgbor average
salaries to female teachers than Schuylkill
does. The counties are: Delaware, $11.27;
MIlegbaDoy. $11.20; Blair, $35.79; Bucks,
$37.10; Choster, $37,11; Olearfiold, $30 28;
Lancaster, $39 07; Montgomery, $34 30;
Washington, $35.85; "WeUmoroland, $37.40.
They are all too low. iiut there 11 a cry
that county institutes cost too much. Let
is soo. I ho stale gave Shenandoah an ap-
oroprlation of $5,207. The next appro
bation will bu $13,017.50. Uivo th"
t 'Hchers $35 a month for eight month
(S tJO) and $10 for attending county Insti
tute a total of $29 for tho year. Turn
s-tr that county insti utos cost too muctd
jX) year for teaching school and attond
ing institute, and then you must not g"
married. If I woro you I would gel mar
n-d at the first chance. You can do belt' r
than that with a slick of a husband.
County Superintendent "WoUs closed the
institute for the day with a brief addreis.
Tho facinating Miss Cirrie lloldoman, of
Tamaqua, was voted one of the most popu
lar teacher in attendance at tha instiiuto
Misses K la and Mame llaugheny, ot
Uahanoy City, wore among tho most at
tentive listeners at all tho institute sessions.
A Vottsvllle paper would like to have
the county Institute broken up into frag
ments. Then, surely I'ottsvlllo would
havo an institute of iU own overy year.
A photograph of those teachors, wh
wero described in a I'ottsvlllo paper,
botng badly rattled becauso they bad to gi.
so far away from homo to attend the in
stitute at Shenandoah, would be an inter
listing study for next year's institute
Shonundoah merchants aro well satisfied
so far wita tho institute. They had tin-
stocks, and the prices were all right. The
teachers look advantago of fair prices, fair
dealings, and went homo salisflod with
Cjunty Suporintondont "Weiss said to
day that Ferguson's opera house is the bel
ball in tho county for instituto purposes and
Marshal I. Wilder remarked last night the
acoustic ptoportiosof the hall aro of.au ox
Pity tho electric road was not in running
order at this time. Wnat a good time wo
could havo given the strangers a trip
through this entire valley at a very low
CO conts a bottle. No better investment
can bo had than a bottle of tho celebrated
imported Anchor Pain Expellerfor rbeu
malic complaints. It has roceivod the in
dorsomenU of prominent physicians. Ask
your druugist for it. 3t.
The Borough Council held a meeting
last night and listened to a proposition of
tbo "Water Company for the sale of the
plant to the borough on the terms offered
to the join committee. Council did not
accept tho proposition. The extended ro
port of teachors' instituto proceedings in
to-day's Herald excludes a full report on
the, water question, but it will be given to
The proprietors of Pan-Tlnu have spent
th msands of dollars to make It known that
11 cures UiiUshs, . olds uud LnUrlnpe. Trial
bottlna or I'an-Tlna freo at 1. ir. 1). Klrllu
Ferguson House Resolutions.
At a meeting in the parlor of the Fergu
son House, Thursday evening, December
10 18.11, of thegueslH of tho holel who are
mom hers of tho Schuylktil County Teac
era instit to tuo toiinwing minute was
adopted, and orderod printed in the Shen
andoah IIkkalu :
lltsohed That we have found tho houso
to be, in all re-pouts, an agreeable homo
during our sojourn here; mat tno proprie
tor and his wife, and all others connected
with tbo hotel, have been nntient and un
remitting in their efforts to promoto ourcom
fort; thai tho service has been marked by
an mat com a do nesircu, mat, in snort, w
have found the Ferzuson House to be
first-class hotel, worthy of all tho praise
we can give it, and thai our stay in it shall
always be looked back to with pleasure.
J, A. M. Pabsuorx, Chairman,
Cheap Holiday Excursion Tickets
via Reading Railroad
Tbo iteading Kallroad announces that
pursuant to its usual custom, cheap holiday
oxcursion tickets will bo sold to all points
In.its territory, tbo rate being about two
cents a mile. These tickets will be sold
from December 23d, 1891, to January 1st,
IbvJ, and will be good for roturn passage
until January 4tb, 1892. No such tickets
will, however, be sold at leas than 25 cents
Candelabras and candlesticks, and
fancy bric-a-brao of all kinds, at Holder
man's. 11-28 tf
Green moss paper trimming in 10 yard
pieces and green moBS paper wreaths aro
suitable articles to decorate indoors for th
holidays. No dirt and good for soveral
12 18-3t MoitQAN'a Bazar,
Fatal Fall of Coal.
Peter Ojpinski, of town, was killed yes
terday by a fall of coal in the Ellengowan
mino. lie wo3 a married man 62 years of
Do you sutler with Consumption. Couehs o
Colds r You can be cured If you tukel'an-
Tina Cough and Consumption Cure. r and
Oceits. Trial bottles tree at Klrlln'sdrug
Tho Fair To-night
Tho Pennsylvania Cornut Band, of
Tamaqua, will give a grand concert at th
Phoenix Hose Company's fair In ltobbins'
opera bouse this evening. There will bo
number of other attractions.
THE LAST DAY
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE CLOSE
STIRRING RESOLUTIONS AD0ITED
Farewell Addresses bv tho In
Houok, Weiss anil Others.
TItK LAST SESSION.
The attendants at the teachors' imtltutf
sere in oxcellont humor this mornino
when Suporlntendont Ilouck oponad th-
session and asked tbem to sing, for tho last
time, "My Cmntry 'Tis of Tho." Tho
fquost w,s complied with vigorously and
he anthom was closed with this verso :
Three cheers for Hem Ilouck
Three cheers tor Henry Ilouck
Thr icheemfor Henry Ilouck
Thr icnecrs for UoucH.
Miss Sti'gmiller th n procooded to give
her closing instructions on drawing and
decoration. Tho definition of hue Is the
characteristic of the color that distinguish
t from every other color. Tone is any
stato of color as it pa"ses from light to
dark. Normal lone is that tono of color
that is considered tipical of tho huo. Tint
is any tono of n color lighter than a nor
inal tone. Shade is any tono of color that
is darker than a .normal tono. Tho three
primary colors aro red, blue and yollow
Yellow is tho strongor and is ratod at 3;
red at 5 and blue at 8. Tho secondary
colors are yellow and rod (mixed) making
orange ; yollow and bluo-making groon
red and blue making violet.
Combining secondary colors we got tho
tertiary colors: Citrine, composed
orange and green; russet, of violet and
orange; and olivo of violet and grjen.
Prof. Georgo B. Ilaucher then closed his
series of instructions with an exceedingly
interesting talk on tho sacrifices ono must
make to bo a successful teacher. Flours of
leisure and pleasure must ba sacrificed, all
questionable habits must be broken off, bad
temper must bo controlled, and studies you
may pursuo outside of your profession
mutt be subordinate to the teaching.
Dr. Thomas 31 Balllet then closed Lis
series of instructive talks.
County Superintendent "Weiss thanked
the teachers for their attendance and splon
did dopo.trotnt at tbo institute. In his ex
perience of ten years as County Superin
tendent he has not seen a bettor institute.
Teachers must bavo belter salaries. Mr.
"Weiss closed by thanking Superintendent
Freeman personally for his assistance in
making the instituto a success.
The committee on elections reported that
Pottsvillo as tho next place for the institute
by the following voto: Pottsvillo 327;
Girardvilln, 230. Tho commitloe also re
ported tho following committoo on Per
manent Certificates elected : S. H. O air,
Ashland; Miss Jane T. Lambert, Shenan
doah; "William Futstt, Pollsville; W. "W.
"Wiod, St. Clair; Livingston Seltzer, Palo
Tho cjmmittoe on resolutions then re
ported tbo following :
WimnKAs, Tho sessions of the, 29tb
annual institute of Schuylkill county are
ut out drawing to a close ;
"Wukreas. "We have listened to the
clear, concifo and concrete presentation of
arithmetic oy ut. uaillot; to me logical,
instructive and profound talks on language
and history by lion. Thomas U. Stockwell;
to the practical exposition of form work
and drawing by Miss Seegmiller; to the
well-timed, numerous and over welcome
romarks ot Mr. Ilouck, and to the inspirit
inc talks by Dr. Lyle and Prof. Ilanscber;
"Whkrkas, "Wo have been royally en
tertained by a stries of lectures and musi
cal performance'; and
WimnKAs. o iavo snant a week ol
social iniercour o ronderod pleasant by tho
greeting ot tnenas, Dy me renewal or old
acquaintances, and the formation of now
ones; enlivened by tho cheery conversation
of dinning ball and parlor, or by the
friction of mind with mind in friendly
discussion t therefore.
llesolced, That we, tho teachers of
Schuylkill county, stand by the institute ;
that we havo been intellectually, morally,
p ofessionally and practically benefitted by
it ; tbut we havo found in It a tourco of in
spiration, a stimulus to self-improvement,
an incentho to do better wjrk, an animit-
Ing spirit, an esprit de corps sUih as can
emanate only trom a live, enthusiastic,
earnest, woll conducted and woll organized
Jlesoleed, That our thanks are duo to
Supetintindent "Weiss, for the able and
dignified manner in which he has pr ided
over our meetings, and that wh congratu
late him in view of tbo fact that this in
stitute, which has been 'o him the cause of
so much anxious solicitude, has terminated
to successfully ; alio that a voto ot thanks
U due the advisory committee lor assistance
and suggestions to tbo superintendent,
Jtesotved, That our thanks aro due such
raiiri d companies and hotel proprie
tors at bavo reduced their rates for tho
accommodation ot teachers and to all the
good people of this borough who have in
anyw y whatever contributed to the happi
ness and comfort of the teachers.
Jlesoltcd. That it is tho sense of this
Institute that the over crowded condition of
many of our primary echo Is Is a fact to bo
deoply deplored, and that fifty (60) pupil,
should constitute the maximum enrollment
of a primary scl-col.
HesoUed, Th beginnors, that is pupils
who for the first time apply tor admission
to school, should be admitted at stated
Resolved, That it Is the senio of this
institute that, owing to the Increased state
appropriation, we recommend the passage
f h bill to inc oso tho minimum school
rm to seven monthf.
Tho committoo also reported a resolution
' condolenco on tho death of Dr. Janios
'.In Wlcker.ham, superintendent of Pub
n Ids' ruction, a d tbo following:
"Wiikkka?, The hand of death has, dur-
k, the. i-ast ear rotnnvod from our ranks
Its Carrie O. Dougherty, of Schuylkill
liven. O. B. Kreidcr. ol Delano, nml 1.
I. McGuire. of C.ss town-hip; and
ukkkas. thiiaeathnr a consclent ous,
ard-workimr lonelier Is a loss to th ram-
iiiinl v at la'iro. as well as to the nroloa-
ncsoivea, i nai wo dow sunmissivoly to
he deer oof Uim who doolh all tbines
well, humbly trusting that our loss is their
All the resolutions wero adopted, tho
adoption of tho resolutions of condo enco
being made a rising vote.
Tbo Finance Committee mado the follow
ing report for tho instituto held Decombor
ISthto 19. 1890 r
Balance on band .S SiUl
f rom re-eiven seals i'o. um.ou
" sale of slD?le admission tickets. 73.00
Kmolme t llctttts 23)00
County Commissioner K0O
f 1,712 SL
Kv nlng enteUHlunienU-
Inslituie olll e s
Ailveiilsirif , eto
Ilalance on hand i 305.8T
Parting addresses followed tho reading
of tbo above and institute adjournod.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo.
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruisos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khcum, Fovor
Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively euros Piles, or no payment required.
It is guaranteed to give perfoct satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 conts per
box. For sale by O. U. Hagenbuch.
Another Frohman Success.
"The "Witch," which is to be produced
at Ferguson's theatre Tuesday, Dec. 22, is
one of the most pronounced successes of
recent years. Charming audiences and
crictics alike by its singular beauty and
originality of construction. It is under
tho direction of Mr. Gustavo Frohman,
who was tho manager of the Madison
Squaro Theatre during its palmiest days
and from whenca emanated those wonder
ful successes : "Hazel Kirke," "May
Blossom," "Esmaralda," "Young Mrr.
"Winthrop," "Tho Professor," otc. Judg
ing from tho universal praio bestowed
upon "Tbo "Witch," it is dostined to hava
evon a longer lifo than either of these
All clainiB not consistent with the high
character efSyrup of Figs are purposely
avoided bythe Cal. Fig Syrup Company.
It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, cleansing tho systom effectually,
but it is not a cure-all and makes no pre
tentions that every bottlo will not substan
tiate. "Oh I What a Night I"
Tho success of both star and comody was
most pronounced. Tbo pieco affords the
star excellent opportunities for tho favora
b!o display of those peculiar powers to
please which made him popular, and, mora
than this, it Is a really meritorious comedy,
rich in laughable incidents, confusing con
trotomps, amusing accidents, and funny
situations. It bolongs to that class which
was mado popular by Mr. Charles AVynd
bam and his comptny, and it is by no
means the poorest thing of iti kind which
his boon givon hore Boston Herald. At
Ferguson's theatre Saturday evening, 19th,
Christmas and Now Year Excur
sions on tho Pennsylvania.
In pursuance cf the custom lnng since
established, tbo Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will soil excursion tickets be
tween all stations on its linos for tbo
ChrhUrnasjand Now Year holidays at a
rato of two cents per mile. Tbi so tickets
will be soldJDecember 23d, 1891, to January
1st, 1892, inclusive, valid for return until
January 4th, 1892, inclusive.
An unusual number of articles for boll
day presents, superior in quality and si r
passed by none in tbo county for stylo and
execution, can bo hid at Holderman's
jewolry store, direct on the corner of Main
and Lloyd streets. 12-14-tf
Best photographs and crayons at. Dabb'j
Bake good CftkeHWltll
Bet out a good dinner
with poor butter.
Wo get our Eggs direct
from the ODuntry always
good and fresh. Haven't
Bold u packed egg tills full ;
nor wont. In Hutter wo
iiavo the finest Creamery.
There is a dlflercnce In Creamery bat
ter. Ours Is the best. We also get a
limited quautlty of farmer's roll every
No. 122 North Jardln Street