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BY S. A. 11ROWN & Co.
" FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1890.
Entorcd nt tho PoBt OIHoc nt ll o imo tts
ville, S. C., a? second eins?.limiter.
Tun j.H?MOt'KA'i ia not responsi
ble foi i!i" view? f its correspond
on l ii, Qui L?O lu nus have been
open to tiny nu all wlio wish to
write upon aabject or matter
for t in.' common od. Wo do be
lieve 'ii ,i : sj joh and a free
I res?, when rm ;i the bounds of
propriety and ts hopo our friends
on ci tb tn sid - I I MC fence, as well
ns tilos on ll fence, will talk
?MI f.. ft is in * ? ii * way wo educate
ti y , >? !.. ?i nO ino- out thc rou]
.acts of thc 111 sp U tos.
\ i "j 1 ' CASE.
'n.t. ('.MvcKierJi'dd Advertiser oom
, i>| tho ol' Jones, Wood
i ,, , ti lid Sims. ; ' .':
'.Vf th. ii Mowing is so small
. ; i i H i d if> it is not be
. \ i i carry the State,
wi , i . to organ izo a force
\".i;;.'U li j iii v
1 A ts t for the farmers
Iii hoi i o ich wore open to
!h i.li delegates lo the
Min oh ' on .: mw in tho name
ol' ebtui lit be right for
In p! convention in tho
lanni the nhovo call ?
.it j for '233 fa miers,
i o , < uti rubied, to .'suggest"
, than foi Uovui nor, and right for 40.0
fanners, in the Nows and Courier's
postal enid campaign to do thc same
There is one of two things, cilhor
Tillman is endorsed hy a majority of
the people of tho State, or he U not.
If he is, then tho constitution of the
Democratic party provides that the
majority shall role. If ho ia not,
then there is no earthly use of making
so much fuss about it."
PEN AND SCISSOR?RAPIIS.
--Sumter wanta tho colored
Insane Asylum located there.
- Tho Baptists, of Florence, are
preparing to build a brick or stone
i m ii i ob I -i coed. $P 1,000.
..... Ylui ..twvadol?o? ,M - -,
h titi lin rc;.-rd to o,l;ip0. lt cati
UO'A lj(.)!\r;t of:^ chun'lioJi,
- Tho State Dental Association
will moot in Charleston on tho
13th of May.
- Anderson Williams, colored,
who was to have been banged at
Sumter on Friday last has been
respited to May 2.
-- When the farmers of the
South make uji their minds to boy
cot the western hog bia protection
will come to an end.
- Tho Marion colton factory has
made its first, shipment of four
thousand pounds of yarn to Phil
- Dr. Chas. F. Deems, of tho
Church of the Strangers of New
York, spent last Sunday in Charles
- Bill Scott, colored, the main
witness in the Joe James murder
case, died in tho Darlington jail
on the 10th.
- Tho pension bill industry is
still flourishing in Congress. To
tal n ii tn bo rs. i h trod ii ced this session
lip to last Saturday is 3,040.
- Ex-President Cleveland and
John Sullivan have had to call in
the doctors to help them reduce
- The Farmers' Alliance of
North Carolina have saved to the
farmers of that State over half a
million dollars in the matter ol'
- The old and jiopular Hotel,
in Charleston, known aa the Pa vi I
ion, baa been closed by the sheri IK
The property belongs to tho Tron
hol m estate and will no doubt be
reo peirce! by some one in the fall.
- Congressman Dibble having
determined to retire at the close
of his term, the friends of Theo
dore G. Barker have placed him in
nomination for the jil ace. Such
6? H ces never go bogging.
- It came out in an Engl isl)
court a few days ago that 100
wornout horses had just boon sha
ped from that country to Germany
and Belgium to bo used tip in the
manufacture of sausage, and that
snell shipments were a regular
- E. A. Coulter, who ba? acted as
State Secretary for I he Y. JM. C. A.
of North and South Carolina ?pr
the jiast year, bas resigned as State
Secretary for South Carolina and
will devote all bis time to work in
Tho talk about tho lack or want oi'i
conservatism in tho Farm ors' inove
mcnt is nil bosh. Nothing hut con
servatism hus characterized tho move
incut so lar, while tho lack ol' it is
plainly soon in tho spite ami venom
ot the opposition. Tho talk of the
coining together of thc conservative
clement of tho two factions to prevent
n split ia tho veriest nonsense. The
friends of Mr. Tillman are in dead
earnest, and if -there is to ho a xpltt,
upon tho opposition must rest tho
blame and odium. Tho Till man i tc?
can never disrupt thc parly when
they uro already in tho majerity.
The split, it' any, witcomb from tho
Tillman and his friends havo gone
on public record that 'hey will abide
the action of tho August Convention,
and it.is unmanly and unjust lb charge
them with duplicity. They aro tho
peers 61' anybody 1 ti honesty and truth
fulness. Since nearly all tho fumers
in this county arc for Tillman, we ure
constrained to helievo tho opposition
rests among a few ot other classes in
the hopeless minority. Such classes
hnvc hitherto expressed .* great and
abiding confidence in ibo good souse
and conservatism ol tho farmers. '
Why, now. when they aro nearly all
oho way distrust thom? Friends, the
way to provont splits and secure har
mony itt for those In tho minority lo
join in tho procession and go with (ho
majority, unless tin.y would tUhilif. the
truth ol' thc "rule or rum" policy.
The Atlanta Journal advises a general
boycott ol Western hog's lard hy Ihc
people ol thc Southern States il thc com
pound lard bill becomes a law. This is
practical and good advice. Thc bill is
intended sorely to restrict the sale ot thc
Southern product, in order lo increase
thc sale of its rival product, and thc
Southern people should not lend their aid
to such partisan discrimination against
an important Southern industry. Cot
ton seed oil is cleaner and cheaper anil
more wholesome than hog's lard and
can bc used lor every purpose in the
kitchen lor which thc latter is used, bc*
sides being fully equal to olive oil lor ta*
ble purposes, When thc tax is imposed
on thc oil to make a large market for
lard, every Southern housekeeper, and
especially every Southern larmer, should
rehtsc to buy lard at any price, and it
would bc good policy for them to usc
thc oil only, whether it shall be taxed or
-.-. ? ?z> ? -
BA Miss' TOES AND FINO HUS.-"Cia*
lissa Potter'! advises mothers lo pay
more attention to the lingers and" toes
of crawling babies. When hairy cries
examine her liny toes and lingers to
make sure that np splinter ol wood or
iron lins entered them. "As baby
grows older and boots tnke tho piuco
I bf.sof| Wool socks, ."ire ?ni ! hi! pi'V.CUj
(..hat thc fnsi w ti wi mr-" '.> J ?< . id
i..ip'/n Of, t*V\> .....iii' b?Otrt. MVOIl
dainty kid ran ;;mt.dihgly pinch and
ch ti ""o thc d iii ty ll?sh, ?nd if IU bool}
is too short, huburously double ibo
flexible, hapless loss in under them
selves, causing baby much wai hug
distress, which vye in uhr igiiorut.es try
lo relieve with generous IIOS?S of cns*
tor oil and catnip tea."
TUB MISSION OP KDUCATKD WO?
M UN.-Generous recognition isa! once
given of tho beauly of tho possible
home, and of the power ?iud imper*
lance of thc woman's only (ie'd is em
phatically domed. There arc now
open to her many charnu ls through
which she cnn in fi UGH co ihe race, and
the question is raised ns to whether
Ihc advantage in this respect is alto
gether on litis side of I ho married
woman. - Mrs. M. F. Armstrong in
It is sait) that Speaker Recd was
educated for tho ministry, hut (ho
devil gol on stich intimate fenns
with him before he was equipped
for wi rk in tho monti ville;,urti
that he became a Kepublicnn ' pol
itician, and sec what a shocking
fellow ho has turned out to he,
boss of a gan jr of treasury raid
ers and Beat thieves.- WUminulon
Tho next COURUS roports will bo
in demand arnon?.'; the patent med
icine vender..?. If the people an
swer all the (jiieetions asked they
will know just how many diseases
the American people cult?vale, and
just whore to Rond their cure-all
- There are six negroes in the Mis-is
sippi Legislature and all volo 1 to appro
priate $10,000 to erect a monument in
memory of tho Confederate soldiers of
Till* remedy 1? Imcnm?ng so well known nm)
po po pu hi r a -r 4c. nt bil' no Rpecih I mention* All
who hnvc iiioil I'llputrlu Hitters sing (ho* ?nine
song nt'praise.- A purer Hioi.lle.lno ?tites'm.t
>KliU unil it I* (.pi u rant eui I to clo all timi i?
?lalincd. Hlecirlc Witer*. will euro ni)dbniuos
nt the 1,iver neil Kulinya, will'removo l'hi?
|iles. boils, ?"lt lt bonni ninl ?ilivr iitrcctloiis
fiiuicilliy impuro blood.-Will tlrivu .Mu In rbi
iroin lin- system nml provenl ns well ns eure
m M ..Inri., l fevre*;-Viir euro ut llciuhiclio'
L on st i pinion nml f n<|ig??Hori try K?col ri? HU J
1er.- -Kntiie. suti^l'iuiiion jpinrnnteoil, br money
rofiirnlciP-PrliH? 60 el? mut it.au |,or b?ttlu
For salo nt Jennings' I'liiinnney.
? -?~ ? ...
-r Tho announcement is ruado
that Misa Winnie Davis, daugh
ter of tho lato Jellcrson Davis, is
mon to wed Alfred Wilkerson, of
Syracuse, New Yoi lc, grandson of
he great abolitionist leader, Sam
THF WAI?NQ-9 OP TINNED PLATE
AND ANVI'. MF.N.
StltllAtlcii from Air. William O. Cioni'ii
moyer--How li Would Toko u l'oinilu
lion Noiuiy us I'lti'KO nu Now York t?> l?o
as Altiolt ns 11.000 Welshmen.
Tho Bootie is tho coinmlttoo room of tho
ways ami means committee. Tho timo
is Dec. 27. linter Mr. William C. Cro
lionmeyer, of Pittsburg. Ho ?tates his
views to tho committee on ways and
moans. Tho desiro of his soul is lo seo
tho United States nnuiufncturo their
own tinned plate. Tho cost of manufact
uring tinned plato m this country, ac
cording lo Mr. Oronon meyer, would be
$?..r>D per box of lld pound't. In England
the name quantity could be delivered free
on board ?hip tit Liverpool at ?H.23. Mr.
Croiioninoyor modestly stated that hp
w.'inted only enough protection to equal
ize Ibo dllFeronoo in tho cost of labor be
tween tho two countries. "If tho tinned
plate industry," concluded Mr. Oronon
meyer, "could bo liuilt up in this
country.it would supporta number of
people nearly equal to tho population of
New York- city."
Accepting Mr. Orononmeyer's ligures
as correct, tho following facts aro also
pertinent lo tho matter. Nearly half
lim cost of tinned plato in for sheet stool
which makes up Do per cent, of fin limed
tinned plato. At no tillie has tito cost of
a shoot of steel of tho same hizo and
weight been loss than lour cents in this
I country. This amount is for tho raw
material alone. A finished sheet of
tinned plate of the same size is put free
on boan! at Liverpool for three cents.
The duly is om.' cent a pound. As each
sheet weighs a pound, tho cost of a sheet
of tinned plato landed in this country is,
therefore, I'jur cents. Lut Mr. Cronen
meyer proposes to manufacture finned
plato in this country wirb a protective
lari lt of two cents a pound. Therefore,
for one cent a pound lie proposes to pay
tho cost of lin, sulphuric acid, palm oil
and wages; or, in other words, ho pro
poses lo do the whole process of tinning
stool piales at a less cost than tho Welsh
do it at present.
Mr. Cr??nenmeyer's next point is even
moro delicious. Ho says that an in
dustry might he built up giving em
ployment to a number <
equal lo tho populo!i< > i'm
city. From Hie rep ll ?
Jones on the "Tin Hint le ol
Wales" it may easily bc
total number of bands
tinned piale industry
4*1,OOO. Aeeonlin - lo tho samo report
tho average annual product of these if?
2<),78U,0l)() boxes. Of tlioso wo import
about one-fourth. Query: If ll,O0C
Welshmen are able to supply the linnell
plate I rade of tho United States atan
average rate of wages of $2.50 per week,
what will it cost lo employ a population
nearly equal to Kew York city at double
that rate of wages, and how many single
tinned plates will each employe limbo in
live y oars?
Li proposing to double tho tariff on
tinned plate, Mr. Cronenmoyer will have
to take account with several powerful in
dustries. Almost every utensil used in
d.itr.- '..mb-.- ls m.-.de from thine 11 lah ;
,;liliili)Ui p.; lie tiiii in. ii 1<<: ?feitdj ll . -i
mini, .i"." i\ : ?.:7;''.'>;</.'wo in . ?
tinned ?>J.U> U usje'd nuiiuall; iii lids
' . nutt f(?'|i.|a>i ; purposes'. Tliiii aiinViiiit
is exclusivo ot a turill' oi 81) per cent.
Tho condensed milk industry is not
only a largo domestic industry, but a
few years ago the Anglo-Swiss Con
densed Milk company established facto
ries in Illinois for the purpose of export
ing its products to Europe. An extra
cent a pound on tinned pluto will drive
thrm back to .Switzerland again.
At present a dairyman pays four cents
duty on each ten-quart can, eight cents
duty on each fifteen-quart can and
forty-five cents on each forty-quart can.
Hilder the proposed ml vance in tho tari fl
on tinned piales, tlioso rates will lie
doubled. Ninety cents duly on every
livori of greater import anuo is thc
canned goods industry, Last year $10,
000,000 of (inned plate, exclusive of
duty, was consumed in this industry,
Not. less than 000,000,000 cann aro made
?.ach year for holding preserved fish,
meals, finit mid vegetables. An ordi
nary tomato can, even though thrown
away as empty and good lor nothing,
represents a duty ol' one half cent as
paid to the national treasury for the
tinned plato of which it is made.
Another cont a pound will stop export?
in this industry.
The last industry which uses tinned
plato will not be much affected by an
advance in the tariff. This is the Standard
Oil trust, v? hieb uses 8,000,000 pOuntlsa
year of tinned plate for cans in which to
export oil. As the trust does its business
in large fashion, it can afford to take ad
vantage of tho rebate winch the govern
ment otters lo exporters. Would it not
bo a good plan for tho government to
give a rebate of one-half cent for every
empty tomato eau presented to il? Tho
people of the United States should not
bo any worse off in this respect than
foreigners who use our exported oil.
.Mr. ''lark Fisher, of Trenton, N. J., is
anxious about anvils. He - described
thom lo tho ways and means committee
tis the oldest implement known to man
kind, Mr. Fisher said that forty years
ago lhere were twenty-fivo linns making
anvils. Now there were only three, A
duly of 2 8-10 cents per pound would
satisfy Mr. Fisher, lt would cnablo the
manufacturers to turn out anvils cheaper
on account of (liegreater production. So
far Mr. Fisher.
The presen I tarin on anvils is 2 cents
per pound. In tho last senate bill this
amount was left unchanged,
Hut what a beautiful trust tho three
surviving anvil linns could niako to re
duce prices with an increased duty of
2 o-lO cenls per pound!
North Carolina has 000,000 acres of
swamp land to sell for tho benefit of her
J. ARCH SPEARS
BEN NETTS VILLE S. <).
MttSTlMATKS furnished on npplicn
JO cation. Sn!if-fnciion gunmn'eed.
Hoi'orcneo givon whenever required.
Jan. 10, 1800.
ttio pa-' t
ttoii ii) MtU'lb
and fr?e h
whom i ?i ivi
consideration of tho liberal patronage extended to mc during
ears--allowing my minds' eye to talco a retrospectivo view of
: cia! progress and enlargement of my business since my loca
? -my heart wells up with gratitude to my immy customers
their ready recognition of my untiring efforts to establish a
business iii Ben lionsville. Tho just criticisms of all those with
ad dealings isa sufliciont guarantee of my honest and honorable
if 1, or any of my employees, have hy accident misrepresented
^iiUtll?LL'8 * JIIWIILRY * SIWIIH^*
during lin pn ve years, I am not only willing but ready to make good such
error, ll is >; ?ow and novor har. been my intention tn attempt to hoodwink
my cu. toil , claiming to sell goods at slid below cost, but I do claim to sell
??Aicst Goods at Reasonable Prices!
I a I/o ci
Owillg I': Ult:
rectly < ititi
train iii; i t nd
ly pi o
pince ol ..!...
rn to sell the same class of goods from 10 to 00 per cent L?0SS
leis. There is no linc of business that is so susceptible to thc
iiioi)S of unprincipled dealers as the Watch and Jewelry business,
fact that it is impossible for tho shrewdest business man to cor
rio value of goods in our line,? without previous application,
indy, it is also true that it is a very diHlctilt matter to conclusive
; listoiners that wo give full value for each dollar spent at our
i Therefore, wc can only reiterate our oft-repeated and
alway; pru assertion, that in every instance and under all circumstances
?U.r cu . ?1 fi,l(i us
mm i Km
d "' : . , n t]lfi volume cf our business during the past year we hardly
think it p. foi. many people in this county to have slighted us, by failing
to eal : oiir MAMMOTH J KW KLRY AND FA NOY GOODS
STOIC . ; tho information of old friends ns woll os now acquaintances,
t wish lo i i y0(, that I am bettor prepared than ever to supply your
wants in oi) ,;",,: \ve are
M ?ITERS FOR PRESENTS OF ALL KINDS!
Dealer - Fine Gold and Silver "Watches,
Ori i tor of Artistic Styles of Ornamental Jewelry!
v Mil rn ! ' , 0 Assortment to Select From !
' .. : liberal patronage during past yeats, and
' o niviiati'in l c.Ol d see nie,
' . bumble servant,
H. W. CARROLL,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AN? JEWELER,
ches, (-locks, Jewelry, .Silverware, Chinaware, Lamp Goods,
On h t y, Cutlery, Plush and General Friiicy Goods
mo - i ; N : * G THE CLOTHING BIJSINKSS ON A MUCH LARGER
ft th - er a full line of seasonable goods for men, boys and children.
Wo an ?vi 1 udq carters for
-Hf & JES! C3> 3E3 ?S -Wr
jj'; Zeigler, Heiser, Ray ?Slate, J. B. Lewis' and other stand
r stock is always full, and wc seldom fail to furnish any size
.mg as wo do dil eel. fro in the manufacturers, and for cash, wc
onion! -LOW PRICKS FOR GOOD GOODS, TIIK VERY
FOR THE MONEY. Also, full stock of
hirts, Woolen Overshirts, Boys Shirts, Children's Shirt-waists,
years, Culls, Collars, Bows, Ties, Scurfs, cte. Also,
t ap, and Fancy Dry Goods and /Votions,
live, ri? ' i j ?'al
curly in 1
in wool, :
of all coll
is a just (
ling that is useful. Our White Goods arc unusually attrac
i fy, style and price. We will show you the very choicest
.nins, Sateens, Henrietta's and other Dress Goods. Wc were
)t. and, as carly buyers do, have secured tho best of every
Lad iee, Misses and Children, embracing all the best styles
raw. In this department, also, we claim that we are ahead
and a personal inspection will convince you that our claim
also keep constantly on hand full stock of
SIB ? \ ?!
Bull Fro -. \\
a full lin
LAUD, MOLASSES, SALT, FLOUR, MEAL,
/KKK, TKA. STARCH, CANDLES, PEPPER,
SOAP, POTASH, LYE, AXLE GREASE,
HAMS, &c., tte.
. BD WAUK) MEPAKTMENT
?S ALSO FULL AND COMPLETE.
ils, Trace Chains, Back-Bands, and in fact everything
. I on the farm.
March 7, li 0.
following brands: Big Ike, Blue Jeans, Lucy Hinton,
?0 keep on hand a choice line ol SEGA R.S. Vfa alio have
I) ?TKADS, MATTRESSES,
BUREA IIS, BED ROOM AND PARLOR BETS.
. ur, wc will do you right.
Bristow Sc Everett.
WE CAN HELP YOU.
Pianos and Organs lo suit all classes and conditions. Over 300 different styles.
Fifteen days test at your home. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Freight
money to apply on pinchase. Hook and stool free. Strictly ONE PRICE to all.
Uniform discounts to ministers, churches and music teachers, AU Instruments
shipped direct from the Factory lo the customer.
Catalogues and Price Lists mailed free to all applicants.
J. B- KilLOUGH & CO.,
FLORENCE, S C.
N. Ii.-A first-class Piano Tuner and Repairer connected with the firm.
Jan ist, I890.
At F. M. Emanuel's Livery, Sale and Feed Stables 3*011 will
always (ind a hearty welcome and plenty ol' room for stock.
Me in alecs a specialty of
? CHOICE MM AN!) HOI?
You will also find rt nico linc of CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, HAR
NESS, BRIDLES und WHIPS. In fact, everything for a nice, ehowy
Mfr" When you como lo town ask for EMANUEL'S STABj?S,
Corner Ch craw and .Darlington streets.
January 1st, 1890.
F. M. BM?NITTRIi.
Ohas. A. Goodwin, Prop.
(LAUUEU'B OLD STAND,)
Monuments and Tombstones either in Marule or gran
nie at prices that defy comp?tition.
him \ .
Consult your interest by calling u. w ri I inp; for designs
and prices* 6@" ALL Work deliverou FREIA at your
; M depot. ELLKKHM PowisnSj at Bennettsyille, is my local
.i I '. Marlboro County.
I t, '??, 1888.
IT HAY GOHGERNi
As I have a large lot of sea
soned material on hand now
I am prepared to make
WAGONS AND LOG CARTS
cheaper than ever before, at
Done in thc very heit canner, on
reasonable terms, lor spot CMS:?I only.
I Mean Business I
ftSTGIVE ME A OALL.^
A. D. CONNER,
McColl, S. O.
Februar 5, 1890.
Por Scwhif/ Martihtett and the
liest Needles for till Machines,
gjj? <|1 High
Every Machine has a
drop leaf, fancy cover,
two large drawers, with nickel rings, and full
set of Attachments, equal to any Singer Ma
chine sold from $40 to $60 by Canvassers.
Thc High Arm Machine lins a self-setting nee
dle and self-threading shuttle. A trial in your
home before payment is asked. Buy direct of
thc Manufacturers and have agents' profits be
sides getting certificates of warrantee for five
years. Send for m-xchine with name of a business
mon as reference and wc will ship one at once.
Go-Operative Sewing Machine Go.,
269 S. nth St., Philadelphia, Pa.
. US-WK PAY TIIK FKBIOIIT.-?*
I would respectfully inform my friends
and the public generally that I am now
sole agent lor the sale of the old reliable
Singe: Sewing Machine. Will sell them
on the best plans-lease, installment or
straighout. They are on sale at the
store of J. P. Campbell in Bcnnettsville
where they can be seen, or I will take
them by request to any part o' the coun
ty. I will also take orders lo supply
any part of a sewing machine wanted,
and guarantee .1 perfect lit.
I can also furnish the new button
hole attachment-something every lady
Jan. 8, li;oo.
EVERY LADY WANTS
Is a new NEW DRESS of the best and
most lashionable eoods and prettiest
pattern, with trimming, hat and gloves
all to match, and you will find all these
in rich profusion at
R. L Kirkwood & Go's.
Our stock of Kilts and Bonnets
surpass any which hus over been offer
ed in this section, und our prices are
ns low ns you eau pu reit "80 sn ino
?ooria in any nun kel, This d?port*
mont if? in charge ?if un experienced
MILLINER from tho city of Balli
more, who will give satisfaction in
I every particular.
will be carried on in the store hy a
lady of experience. Call and exam
inc our atoek and eeo how complete it
is. Believing that wo can give salis.
J faction in every particular, all wc ask
is n trial.
ld L. KIRKWOOD & CO.
March 14, 1890.
???r/\G0- 20 UNIONSQUAR?.NY. ?WSfcL-?
RU0UI8.M?. jasrrgggg^g?g 0AUAS.TEX.
Thc New Home Sewing Machino Co.,
25 Whitehall stroot,
March 7, 1890.
FOR WRAPPING PURPOSES.
For BUIO at this office.
1 am now prepared to buy ur soil Real
Esl ate in Marlo. 0 Partien wishing to
buy br soil, will do well to confer with me,
or write me nt Blenheim, S. C., bcfOro
making sah s or purchase-.
.A. J. MATHESON'.
July 1, issn.
AT OLIO, S. C.
WK respectfully announce to thc
public that wc arc runn ng a
Shop al Clio, where wc will make and
repair. Furniture, make Collins of all
sizes cheaper than cah be bought any
where in the country. Good work and
low brices bur motto. Satislaction guan
Doors, Sash and Blinds made
to order cheap.
STONE & HAKIM NU EU.
Feb. Otb, 1890.