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T. 0. ROBINSON, Ebnroni.
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Ent~cred it, leo 101t Office lit i.,ki
The Stato board of callvissort
aftor an all-dny sessio), (cid
ed manimouslY, March 30th, thu
Judge Izlr was entitled to the son
in Congress. It was officially do
cided that he wils olocted Iy 18(
The old (on federa to soldiers who1c
aro mombers of the Wolf Crook
Enicampnmnt of' Pickens CouOn,
met inlI tho Coiur't. Houso lust Satur
day, for the purposo of olectingi
dologates to the1, re-ullion of tit
old Coln federates at BirinijghaI
Ala., on the 25th and 26th of April
Capt. James A. Griffin, W. T.
Fields and 11. 1. .lendricks, will
ropresent the Encampmniit.
The appoilntilig power inl Wash
ingtonl aro begillinlg It) See mord ill
Conigressnlni Latile, anwd to r-0
coglize the fa1t (ltat 1w is illded
tho rightfiul repriseiat ire of I eO
third distrief (df So(mlt Carolin.
Me vas giv ll the( ;ppoiI Inii ln (if
the puotmaster it Ih)l, anl the
tido, it is saitd, is., urnin3 in hi4 1'.a
ror. C (ongreism-m ili-r': in-14(
dva il ell i ti i n~il l ' ~et e 1 irI
V 1'.14 11i 4 1-14 bllili. 041*ilil
11as lwn 14t rIespat f th wh<
halve leen di s ,iate himl),
and his briii l till mIl p t t
the Washington' Ifolks. thal t( h ,Ih s
ab1ility- v n - luld l alid. 1 11 is a orwt by
represe hi iv. 1. 'i h is prwo pli)..
.I ill. OX1 ite1llent, at ilo r -
vails It is ditfficnlt t.v g fais
Owg awI fil I I1 I'.11,i,1' 11 ( (1in to11
aIll tillith i i' 'jl illi 15 Ei to the re
sponibiityC--i this state of alf
fil'Is ill( OhW list course that
0h0 ciomtrs ti videnlt
that hn11i5(l drdh4b diS,
refY~lirded 1) ,v h)(1th sides, allI a dule
It is ai f'Ourful con 03ditio11, wVhii
Sut (i b I'arol iians. aro0 slayingi~
1)11011 (41 or 1 i~ no li.' tter ('auso8 Ihll
theo plt~ limP of11 a4 11tow (101
lars profit from tihe sale of Iflior'
1t, is right thait all cit izens shIoul(
obeoy thle law, but when hald fecel
inigs Ox ists and reason1 is dot hronied
it is no( Iim111 to forco0 monsures10 (o1
any people. Now is the time Co
the patr1 iot ie,(I cuist.ian citiV/Alns t,
como1 1to11( the 4 frot- andI savo 11h
Stato fromi fu rthler bldoodshedl mn1
froml thle evil (consequen'ic(s, tha1
nmust resultI fronm the leadership ti
ext reme mon'i of both factions.
Cleveland son11 h is mIessaigo io th
Ihouse oft Represen'Itat ivOs, vin 01
the 1Bland( seignloralge h4ill. Iti
ra ther' a longth doe140111int 14)
suchl a matter', anid miiighi Ihave heel1
expressed inl a fe4w wo4rds, with ai
good1 a c-han('( of giving sat isfue
Lion to the ma1sses0 of the A merieam
pep0le. INo amol(unlt of1 ti'chmen01
objectionls anid plausible excuIse
wMl j ustifly himil ll1 their est ila
tion for' thle (dood'0111 conitted agalins
their just cla ims. The veto wai
not a sulrprislo and PresidentI( Cloe
-ould niot have boon1 contsisI.oni
his previous declaratin 10051
cial1 quest ions and~ havo don
- wise. It was~ inlC~ coform it,
to 1h1s policy as outlinoed in hi
message to Congress for tiho repea01
of the Shermnan bill. All close 0ob
servers of his conduct(1 fn-lhat oc
from himi) Lhan his vot) of the soi
orago bill. It is gratifying to so
many of the anti p)apors becomnn
consciouis of the fact, that Prosi
dent Cloveland is no0 special frioi
to the South, TJhey aro begining
to realizo, what the alliance haive
observed and learned a long timo
Presidoent Clovoland rests hiis
veto on several grounds. Hie thinks
the bill is faulty in construction
and consequfontly doubtful in
meaning, both in regard to the
.amount of silver certificates to be
.issued and their character and uses,
wvhen issued. In his opinion tihe
fatal objection is that it is unsafe
to add to our papor currency at
* his time, without making ample
provision for the maintenanco of
* a~n adequate gold resorya..
ilis reasons will doubtless satis-.
* fy the worshuippers of theo golden
calf, but thue toiling pillions willj
only repine at the vanity of asking
.relieof froikhis adminispration.
Prro; ,GANTT 8 admission th
the ca~e bof iis akin.Mr.
Egd co ti ooioneq at
.tauilirg 1Akto tur4ay Wo4
r. of guilty to our chargo that he wa
working under the dictation of -hi
"boss" and was afraid to call hi
SQu1 1is own unless givou pwis
" sion. Of courso, ovoryone inider
- stands it was Sonator Irby wl
80s1t tho tolograln and that lio is roe
sponsiblet for tho abuse and mis.
ropresontation that many of our
best Reformnors havo rocoivod at the
hands of the carJpotbag editor of
the Ilb:dlight.-Cot ton Plant.
BLOOD 18 FLOWING.
A490'W1 toThe Daily News.
Co-mi.%. S. C., March 30.
A telograin received here from
Da l in g)ton, where there has been
trouble several days arising
from rumors of raids by dispen.
sary spies on privato residences,
reports tht a battle occurred
there t oday between citizens and
Tho euwialties reported are as
ANK I E NoRMENTP, merchant.
Louis L. f~RInMo, citizon.
A. E. O.naoAN, chief Of police.
shot twice through the body.
L.o Uis E. NonMENT, shot
t' rough the body.
K. ). LuCAS, shot four times
C OLUM IA, March 30-Af ter th
Jisbandment of the Governor'
Guards a suggestion was mad(
that the crowd raid the State dis
pensary. The crowd was in ai
ugly humor but speeches wer
made advising' against violenc<
by N. G. Gonzales, John G. Ca
pers and Lawson K. Melton an'
the crowd dispersed. The Sunm
ter Light Infantry, of Sumtei
has refusod to go to Darlingto
and nothing :has been hear
from Darlington in four or fi
hours. This is taken as indict
ting that the Darlington poop:
aro in a dangerous mood au
bent on extrminating all ti
spies they can catch.
C1A1U oTN, S. C., March 3
General T. A. Huguenin, cor
mnanding the Fourt~h Brigade
.Stato troo'ps, have just received
.~tolegram from Governor TVi llma
I stating that the militia in Da
.. linigtoni an'd SumterP are parn
,lyzed andit ordleredl General'H
Sgueini to lpoc(ed to D~arlingto
r ait once with six 'ompnlfhics of it
fantryv. Thie order wvas receive
at 11 o'clock. It is not probabi
1that the troops will obey the o
tders of the governor. Those e
f' Cohunnbia andl others towi:
have al readyv:riefusod.
Ihunors reach hero that th
of party c iti zens have'overtake
gang. .Ifthey are caught the
I illdotless be their fate,
re mouariu , 8. (C., March 30.-TI
.Jones to convoy (Cohunbia trool
(4o Ilh1lin1!on i 1speil traiin nto
waitinig at the depo)t.
The11 ath b nioy geneoral has wire
)rm arl inIgtton to thi' governor
' 5nId Iroops)h) and Adjnmmtant ..enerm
Farle toE' ro)istore' order. TIhon she
itl' of D1'arlimngto (iresI0i that lhe
no Iongetr abl1e to control things
tTh~ sp)ies arPo sale, having fied i
Manninmg. Other t roops aro~( to joi
tho Cohu111 ni coml)panilos.
Tlhe light $is said to haivo take
laen( at the' depot0 whenl the spi!'
woro honvinig tow~n. Particulars<
itaentyet. known here.
VTe governor has given to tla
press the sti ftoment that the trool
are( or1dor'od out not t~o protect t61
-spies buft to protect the peace.
CoumuIMI, S. C., March 30.--TI
Governor's Guards refuse to go I
Darlingtoin. The Richland Volum
toor' Rifles canl not he gotton; t<
1Bishop Capers spoke to .U
crowd1 in front of the opera how~
urging them not to molest tm
Guards if they attempted to go, bu
declared that ho did not thinic the
ought to go.
A crowd of soveral hundred mei
are in front of the Opera- hpus
chooring the Columbia Zouaves
who have throwvn down their guni
and declared their intention t<
disband rather than go toDarling
COUmIA, S. C., March 31, 12.2(
a. m.-Constable Drbnnaji arrivec
here Iato to-night from Darlington
Ho says that lhe suceded in board.
ing the train pulled out arid 'that
the grow4 fired ipto it.
overnor Tillman hna Oivanut
at Jud s qr and Watts and a
fn oloal spies ip conozlta- C
ion tbim at midnight. He
has ogero General Richbuig to A
a ,justnot te. Columbia companipe
o to disband and has telegraphed t
s General Huguonin at Charleston to I
go to Darlington with six compaw
a at. 04ce.
At midnight things are quiet a
hore and the crowds have dispors- p
At 12:30 Columbia reported no 0
con munication with Darlington eo
Private reports say the citizens are Il
chasing the spies through the b
country determined to lynch them. p
The Tyrant's Heel.
ATTEMPT TO OtusH DARLINGTON ' q
Special to the Greenville News.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 31, 11 a.
m.-Tho Sumter Guards, Wash- t
ington Light Infantry and Pal.
motto Guards of Charleston retus
ed to go to Darlington. The Gov. i
ernor has ordered tho telegraph I
companies not to send out inflam
matory telegrams and railroads i
not to transport bodies of men
without his permission.
The Florenco dispensary was
raided last night and the whiskey
The fight at Darlington started
between private individuals, Floyd
and Rogors. Spy McLaurin took
Floyd's part and is said to have
cursed and shot at R e d mn o n t.
Eightoon spis were then at the
depot waiting to take the train.
The firing becamo general and pro
bably one hundred shots were firod
Darlington telographed at an ear
ly hour to-day that the spies were
I being pursued and would be given
no quarter. The governor lis
3 countermanded the order disband
- ing the Columbia companios.
COLAJmiUIA, S. C., 12 M., March 31.
--The captains of all the Charleg
ton companies met in Colonel
Schachte's office and decided not to
go to Darlington, the Statos author
ities have seized the guns of the
' Gouornor' Guards. The Richlaud
0 Volunteers removed thoir guns
( beforo tho wagons of the adjutant
e gonoral arrived.
Tho only news from Darlington
is a rumor that the spios are sur
'I roundd in a swamp and will be
given no quarter if captured. Of
a fors to assist Darlington citizens
n have been received hero from Lau
- CoUmmnA, S. C., 1 p. mn. March
n31.-It is reported that the Gov
ernor has telegraphed John D. M,
d Shaw, of Laurons, to muster in
troops from the country and bring
them to Columibia. It is also
rumored that Edgoflold muon are
s cmimng to the assistance of the gov
ornor. The governor wired the
Sumter dispensary to close to-day
f earing an attack upon it.
ComuinrA, S. C. 3 p. mn., March
,31.-The governor issued a procla
mation declaring Darlington and
Florence counties in a state of in
struction and comnanding the in
surrecti on to disperse wi'thin twen
Sty-four hours. It is saidl that Co.
lonel Shaw~ is on his way from Lanu
irens with 200 men to assist the
govern or. The governor does not
dleclare martial law.
ComuaIrA, S. C., March 31.
SJudge Watts issued an injunc
tion forbiddmng the Western
Union Telegraph company from
a sending messages except of pri
vate or commercial nature. It
"'was served on Manager Gray at
a 7. p. m. D. A. 0. Outz was sta
,tioned in the postal telegraph
office and for a time, was per
o mitted to peruse all dispatches.
sAt?7. 30 o'clock a boisterous
,e crowd appeared in the front part
of the office and denounced him
o* as a henchman and hireling
o Outze seatedi Inside the inclosure
.of the office, separated by a
~. counter from the crowd, who
showed no disposition to attack
0 him. Ton mninutes later Outze
owas withdrawni by the governor.
e The Newberry Rifles uder
t Captain lMoCaughrin arrived
this evening, 1'ho Edgefleld Ri
fles arrived a few minutes later1
and the Edgefleld Hluzzars and
SDragoons came at 7.80 p. m.
The liuzzars were formerly com
manded by Governor Tillnian.
All the military are now quar-.
tored at the~ penitentiary. 2
COLUMBIA, S. C , March 81.-- E
Spies Nunnamaker, Owens and ~
McDonald surrendered at Sum. E
ter to-day, begging proteetion I
of the military, They were I
spirited oft and arrived here a
this aftehoolefi.m are now at ~
th' 5 enitentiary. hey fled .
toross the vountry to Sumter en i
ot. . t
Nothing cau be heard from the t
muthoritles to-night but Senator A
rdhn Gary Evans intimated is
bat troops have left here for a
arlungtou to-night. W
Three ,companies arrived to. u
ight, two from Orangeburg (
ad one from Aiken. One com. ti
any from Orangeburg is com- hi
nded by J. William Stokes, n4
cala democrat recently defeat. w
I for congress by Judge IWiar. w
is not a military organization
Lit was mustered together for w
resent emergency. W
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 31.-The h
ituation in Darlington to-night is m
uiet. Dr. Byrd, a member of the n
agislature from Florence, is as- h
ambling countrymen atsome point i
etween Florence and Darlington b
o go to the assistance of the spies. S
Byrd is acting under the Gov- i
rnor's instructions and has been 1
nformod by the governor where '
he spies are. Reinforcemets of r
dtizens have gone to join the pur. i
iuers of the spies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 81.- i
t Private dispatch received from (
F. Keith Dargan states that the <
possO in pursuit of the spies has j
Trse Traath condnga slowly But
DARLINGTON, S. C., April 2.
Four companies, Morgan Rifles,
Edgefield Huzzars, Santee Rifles
and Edgofield Light Infantry have 4
gone to Florence under command
of Mahjor Wardlaw and accompan
ied by General Farley. The report
is that they'will make some arrests
there. They will bA kindly receiv
ed and there is no indications of
The men here are making them
solves comfortable in camp. Cap
tain Conyors, of the Greenville
Guards, is officor of the day and
Lieutonant Furman has boon ap
pointed brigade quartermastor.
Private A. B. Williams has been I
declared private secretary to Brig- I
adior Richbourg in command.
DARLINGTON, S. C., April 2.-All 1
troops have boon marched to a field I
on tho outskirts of the city and
have gone into camp. Not the
slightest information of length of
stay can be obtained; in fact no
body knows but Governor Tillman
and it is doubtful if oven lhe has do.
The following commands
which had reported for duty
and had been garrisoned at the
penitentiary, loft in tihe after
noon for Darlington:
Butler Guards, 16 men.
Dibble Light Dragoons, of Or
angelburg, 31 men.
Morgan Rifles, of Clifton, 30
Hampton Guards, of Spartan
burg, 24 mon.
Sully Rifles, 30O men.
Palmet to R ifles, of Aikon, 16
Fort Motto Guards, 15 men
Edgdfield Huzzars and the
Light Dragoons, ot the same
place, combined and mustered
Greenville Guards, 16 men.
Abbeville Rifles, 20 men.
TRE STORY IRETOLED.
THEi EVENTS OF FRiDAY AND SAT
URiDAY IN DARLINGTON. (
Columbia, S. C., March 31, 1894.
The condition in Darlington is
mech as words cannot paint. God
riono knows what it will be. I
have just roturnied from Darling
Lon. After careful inquiry from
3yo wV i tn os se s, I have gathered i
wvhat I believe to be the true story
f the lamentable occurrence there
F'riday afternoon, and I give it
without fear or favor. Many sto
ioes are told and it is hard to got
~he straight account. Shifting ~
lown all the stories I have hoard,
believe the following to be as
iear the truth as can be ascertain- i
d at this timo:
The constables had poerformed (
heir duty mn Darlington and five I
vent to the Charleston, Sumter and t
forthern depot to take the train)
vhile the others, eighteen in num- c.
ier, went to the Cheraw and Dar
ington. dopot to takA the train
here. The tramn was behind time
nd the constables sat and stood
~rournd waiting for it to come L
long. Three or four of the citi- hi
nsn of Darlington were standing "
round, waiting for the train also. P.
'aul Rogers, clerk in the Enter. *~
rise H~oteol, carne down on the buie, a
le had a few words with Billy "s
'loydl, a brother of the Dispenser Oy
t Darlington, and a m~an who hias U
eon accused of carrying tales t4e
rom one side to the othne in nar. 4:
ington. Floyd struck Rogers in
he lace, knocking him down, and
ken jumped on him. Constable
oLendon said: "Go it, Billy;
-hip h-l out of .- -." The
ion were separated and Rogers
ent off, coming back a few min
tes later with several others.
Hief of Police Dargan had mean.
me approached Floyd and told
im to appear before the mayor
)xt morning. Floyd offered to go
ith Dargan at once, but he said it
as not necessary.
When Rogers appeared, Dargan
out up to him and asked him
hat he wanted. He said Floyd
ad not fought him fairly. He
'anted a fair fight. Frank Nor
ient said: "You town boys can
ave your -fight up town. This is
o place for a fight." At the time
e was sitting down.-McLendon
aid something about the fight hav
ug been fair Norment then said
b had not been. McLendon said:
'You're a damn-liar." Norment
eplied "You"re a lying- - - -
,id the cause of all the trouble."
McLendon said! "I won't stand
t," drawing his pistol as he utter
d the words and firing quick as he
iould get it level. Normnint had
'ison as he spoke to McLendon.
ks lie fell, killed by a bullet
,hrough his breast, he knocked aside
mnother man, which probably sav.
id his life.
McLendon said as he fired:' It's
got to come, boys. Let 'er roll."
)ne of the constables attempted
;o knock up McLendon's hand
when he saw him going to fire,
3ut was not quick enough. As
AcLendon fired, those citiz .ns
present who had pistols in
heir pockets, drew them, sup
posing there would be a fight,
rho constables seeing the status
of affairs, drew their weapons
,lso and the firing began al
On one point there is a differ.
nce of testimony. Chief of Po.
ice Dargan was between the
wo parties try ing to preserve or
ter. Some say lie was struck
)y the first bullet, others that
1e was struck by the second
The firing lasted not over a
ninute, but deadly work was
lone. Mr. Redmond emptied liis
>istol, it being reported that hO
rave Constables Pepper his
leath wound and also wounded
M1cLendon. As he half turned to
eload, a bullet struck the back
f his neck, coming out under
his chin. He dIropped dearl. As
Dargan startedl to g'et offY the
platform, one of the constables
Irew a bead on him and pulled
brigger. Fortunately his gun
missed fire. An old gentleman,
Nrr. Fountain. an unarmed spec
Lator, said to him: "My God,
man, hasn't enough blood been
shed?" The constables then
burned and ran after the body
f constables, who were making
or the woods near the oil mill.
FOR BALE -_
Two Cood Work Mules,
One Brood Mare,
One One-Horse Wagon,
One Top Buggy,
Fresh Milch Cows,
Some Nice Pigs,
hr take In exchan~go coLTS or HEIFERs
0. L. HOLLINGSwoRTHI.
April 5, 1894.
ff YOII RACKET SIORE,
Laee Emb roids ry, cheaper
h ni ever.
Fancy Dress Goods, at all
grad a and prices.
Black Lawns, all prices
Dimity Stripes, all kiuids.
Uaiicoes, a!l kinds, 5 cents
Good Silk Mitts, 10 to 25c.
Look at our 25 cent Corset,
b is a beazts for' 25 cents.
If you want a goid sui, of
"lothes call at the Ne~w YorkM
tac'-et--in fact t..very thinig at
le lowest. prices.
When ini want of FlaOUlt,
ill and see me,
J U. RAMPEY.
Eaaloy, s. C., April 5, 1894.
ouibted with N-euraigt.ia ndliennaar isms
a stomnch was d Iordemed tih- ~iver
sis afreintedt to an atar. icng dtegr ea. ap'pe.
te fell away, andi he wase terribly redc
di inc desh ard strength 'Tbree bottle..
El~etrie Hitters cnred bun.
Edwarcd Sheopherd flcrrisbur ltl. lica
rccng ireo h'it leg of eighct yeas
nn.Used thsree bottle. of Electrc
*tte'rs anid se ven boxes of Iliu~ etis - sc,.
. atve. atnd -his leg is soiiud uand wa.l
shnn Speaker, Catawban. 0 , haildv tivr~e. -
ver sores 04 his leg.' do(ctors aid mu
is t~neable.' One bottle lectrie II... |
rqandl one box Buckle 's A rntea Mat., 1
Ired him entirely. $8' ' b~v Osbornce &
Irkeay. ad W. 'A' uMc~a .km..--g S .
L L' T'..A.T
HAS THE NEWEST 8T
gEg x the Z.w
g' A hearty welcome to all, whet
Main and W
March 22, 1894.
_ %MANHOO DI
Si i P91 %u r i r d rss
For BOlO in Pickens fl. C.. t-y It. X IR KSk0
IL / (t cf Jha ft Wx
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Yo)u migh0t now say- to the
go!-d Phtalka that itA about
im- t beg'n wearin - Y LEATH
ER ' 'OLLAR D HBLE FOOT
PLOUGH '-STOCK antd BLICK 1
BANDA. Il th so w - nav
somthing nEwR and pobabiy
th best o W art- tnd they'
gWe alk that nice aot o
BodriLAT, Pa 1'anFOO
PLOs, Stn K and rs a
th e, o bizs hares, ol.e~
,rs al.i 4 priies.i 14o t f ie
Hon. y an.i Hams.
Dr.n't faji to look in our
Fur..iture Em) o mn is-There's
om thing th..re you nee 1, ei.
ther la Furniture or Stoves.
A nice. lot of new~ SPitING
I REI4S GO)O iS, ain-ady in.
W I '.11 M FA .L
Apr I is ,18.
mdcIici~n. & o~
A rc we' i'"a - i we a-' - a''s t -a-i
itin to serv hie . e.., o -- - hau ere
>efosr- anell prop - > a e th g avi . v
N.-w' :0 . a--. t u dasily.
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.0' priieB- -onI ;ai 1". mn '-. ok
'Id ?spp len.
We, aii 1el-ie~g nu~ ea.4 .. : e i~rca.'
ag inI thu lie 0 a. a I "-. b>.-' w u d
a. with thei -- :11tira lf he ' a.' la ... e.,, ,,gg
"eud onts 'a d Co
If you hav'en't im ci ..- &
'**me~ I wtl ,D C n1. e ahn.d1 '. 14 me3
lii ab t e . 1 . ,:, aa i t . e
e to ol
we cs a I.,$n a
nuou. 4~Y" " a' ner-rns.
OOK IN GREENVILLE,
her you are rea to buy or aot.
ashington Streets, Greenville, f
Inca -uoh am *k****
ozoeual22vo e of " ~~p~
Sth Y. rjImaump t I or Ifl soo *
eluvaj35 by mail e Id. ill --U
Small-fry -imitators try to :
but a fMV sledge hammers W.
:ollowing, knock them out on
The followiligiricea may
n finding-the way to my t
I he very best Black Pepp.
)r 12 lbs. for $1 00; iteal g.
Drlans'Molasee, 5 gallons
warrant my 5 lbs. Coffee
.o give satisfaction-if it
bring it back and got you
Arbuckle's Parched Coffee
Flour obeaper than ever, a
Itial prices for good big lot,
> the 5c Soda to make it ri
hee figares interest you
vare ? A splendid Axe for
i good steel Shovel, the
year.d, for 50.- , and a eplen
Fork for 45c.; best iron foo
-oks-for - 60c. Tobacco
)er lb. up.
I want fo iuy PC PAS an'
I WANT YOUR TRi'
bt lsdo -not ask for iti
loo'd and Prices merit it.
laidm 'ha.i ifashould trade .
i dojme 1ae else can beat mi
t is' but just to yourself and
rou trade where your mone
nost. ('6mne and see mue.
T. D. UAREV:
Pickens, S. C., Marcha 29
Just .arrivedI a Rice lot
0 063, Re~dy-wadc Paots
We haive'someI Bargains
We bought too much 5sAd t -
RedI Fox att 3n eR~ pt )b., t 1
>ter brandus at '25 Igt v
ow ha h timue to- get a rnp
ulnunter. The fee~sItline o
L'O!AV0( I% A9Wp. Nice line
ormo genuine lrier Rootas at 50
N' Come~ and see ohr Good
'our tradec.-ntd' wiU (10 our het i
t to your inturoeIt to trade with'
Ahl tot of Mox. nEs at 20 cent
* . CyRAMI EVi
lhah wi'IItertainly go chm t. '
sih.. J~yilbe to your u' et ~
my (Ipodl a-.d get pric'
A goovl 'U UGG and (): un
lAooN, Will be gold at a bg
A'losofSIRTS to be ujid &t.
aoriflee, from 25 Oents to 75~ co
Of all kinds, always on hand,'i wmI
i hold at theo -smallest protit.
*iip. all early, .and call oen~Ul, mat
le -if I'.havun't got somethDug ya
-W. 0. BramlIett,
Mevrob 1. 1894.