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CAL INTELLIGENC
Thursday, December 15, 1898
LOCAL BRIEFS.
Saturday will be Hennies', ttie
pho-ographer, last day in Wiansboro.
adr
-Mr. A. Y. Milling makes an at
tractive advertisement this morning.
Try '-The Alliance-Factory Store."
-On Friday there will be a match
game of base ball at Blackstock be
tween the Chester and Blackstock
teams.
-Abont twenty-five or thirty colored
preachers arrived here on the uanon
train on Wednesday to attend the
crnference in session here at the Zion
A. M. E. Church.
-It is rumored in town that Dr.
Htyne, of Blackslock, iz coming to
Winnsboro to practice his profession.
Whethcr this rumor has any founda
tion or not could not be eeriained
-The Christmas entertainment t.
be given to the children of the Pres
!y terian Sunday School by the ladies
of that church will be given on Thurs
day -.ter Christmas, and not on Tues
day -s was stated in a recent issue.
-From the Chester Reporter we
learn ihat .drs. J. K. Alston, widow
of the late Col. Jos. K. Alston, of the
1st S C. Regiment, will receive from
th. iverunment five dollars per day
a; - 'etjion for the rest of her natural
life
-!-roinFictory to your Home. The
on v --eat Piano sold this way in the
Caro;s. Stieff Pianos "Sing their
own praise." Baltimore Factory
wa nms. 213 North Tryon Street,
Cha-.tte, N. U. C. H. Wilmoth,
Ngr.
-Ov Wc:lnesday evening, about
6o'c: c'<, -W. alarm of fire was sounded,
anc it was ;onnd that a s aall house,
near the tan yard, be!ongiug to Mr.
Jno. J. Neii. was on fire. The house
was uocenpied and was Poon con
samed.
~Dr . C. Jeter has decided to
settl in Winnsboro to practice medi
ciue :ud has rented an office an.d will
b~ard in :he family of Dr. W. E.
Aiken. Dr. Jetec has been practicing
inJedkinsville for soma time and is
we' known in the county.
-The .Wintbrop College girls are
to hsve only one day of holiday. They
wou:d have been allowed a longer
holiday, but the girls put it to a
vote and all were in favor of having
a single day only. They will take
holiday on Monday, December 25th.
-The ladies of the Episcopal Church
will give an entertainment for the
children of the congregation on Tues
day, December 27th. This, like the
entertainment given by the Presbyte.
rian ladies, is free and is given to the
children to help to.make their Christ
mnas bright and happy.
-Wednesday was the coldest day
that wre have had. The weather bu
reau on Tuesday predicted that a cold
wave would reach as; by Wednesday
-and it arrived on time. The mercury
fell to sixteen degrees above zero and
the cold was intense. It seems as if
*the weather prophets who predicted a
very severe winter were right in their
predictions, for the cold weather be
gan unnsn~ally early and it has con
tinnei very cold for an uncommonly
long time.
-The town was startled on Mondas
night (by the sound of the fire bell
which was rung at about half-past
eight o'clock. The fire proved to be
in the gin house on the Elliott place.
A negro woman passing the gin house
* discovered the fire and gave the alarm
and the people on the place extin
gni.shed the flataes before the fire bad
made :nauch progress. The fire caught
in a room where .some unginned cot
ton; was piled, and it is supposed that
somei; one dropped a r~.tch in the
loos6e totton. The fire department had
.the e::gme out an~d were well on the
way to the fire when they were told
th~at i.vas out.
-Glet your picture taken at once by
He.'ie~s. Saturday is the last day.
adv
-Tlhe Methodist conference which
met on tnet Friday in Greenwood has
adj *urred,..and the next meeting of
confaeuce will be held in Orange
burg. On Mionday the appointments
for 1899 we; e mnzde. Tihe~ following
mi1.iste-s were assigned to churches
in Feirfiai~: Wiz'nsboro, .Rev. J. D.
Cro.s; Rigeway, Rev. A R. Phil
lips; Backs tock, Rev. P. B. Ingraham;
Fai:&ld Circnit, Rev. M. L. Banks.
Jr. 't he members of the Methodist
Chareb in town are very much pleased
that Rev. hMr. Crout w.ill retarn to
Winn.-born. Mr. troat has been in
chas.e of the church here for a year,
and :.is many friends are glad that he
was niot sent by the conference to
another charge.
For Over Fifty Years.
MRS. WVINSLow's SoOTHNG SYRUP'
has been used for over fifty years by
million~s of mothers for their children
while ceething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gum;,
illay- all pair, cares wind colic, and is
the best ree.edy for diarrhea. It will
releve the poor- little sufferer imme
diatL.y. Sold by druggists in every
part rt the world. Twenty-five cen;S
a bottle. B3e sure and ask for "Mrs
W. in!llow's Soothing Si rup," and take
n10o her kia-d. 5-26txly
For Sale.
A TRACT OF 176 ACRES OF
hac, n Litue River, belon~ging to
D' M. Broom, and bonnded by landb
of hine estate of R G. Sitnonto;;, Stev
en-:.i and others.
!'e- tm apply to
A $. & W. D) DULIASS
11-17 Attorneys, Winjsboro, S. C,
Constant
Coughing
Constant coughing is not only. vars
annoying, but the coniuus hemn
and irritation willson at tac and r
jure the delicate lining of the throa
and air passageMs. A'simplocoughi
bad enough; a- acho coughi
really dangerous. Take advice an(
use the celebrated Dr. Bulls Coug
Syrup at cnce and be cured.
Cough Syrup
Cures a Cough or Cold at once.
Dcses are sman and pleasant to take. Doctor
recomcnd it. Frice 25 cts. At all druggists
COMNG AND GOING.
Mr. A. F, Ruff was in town Wed.
nesday.
Mr. J. E. McDonald is in Charles
ton where be is attending a meeting
of the grand lodge.
Mrs. Clarence Jordan has bce
spending several weeks witb Rev
and Mrs. D. E. Jordan.
Mr. R. H. Jennings and Rev. J. D,
Cront have returned from conferene'
which met in Greenwood.
Mr. Lawrence Porter, who has beet
at work for several months in Boston:
Mass., reached home on Wednesday
and will pay a short visit to his parents.
How to Look Good.
Good looks are really mare than skir
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs. 11
the liver be inactive, you have a biliout
look; if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspepdc look; if yout
kidney be affected, you have a piuulhedI
look. Secure good health, and von
will surely have good looks. "Elec
tric Bitters" is a good Alterative and
Tonic. Acts directly ou tWe stomach,
liver and kidneys, purifies the blood,
cures pimples, blotches and boils, and
gives a good complexion. Every bot
tle guaranteed. Sold at McMaster
Co.'s drug store. 50 cents per bottle.s
FOLITICAL APPEAL.
',Gentlemen," shouted the rural
(Repu.blican) candidate for constable
when it came his turn to talk at tte
great political roundup preceding elec
tion. "I'm no band to brag. Some
of my enemies hai charged me with
permittin' prisoners to escape, wIth
favorin' my friends and makin' mirs
takes in the serviL' of papers while I
held the office I'm seekia' to fill an
other term. All I got to say is that I
done the best I could, and that I kin
do better now I've got my hand in.
"Gentlemen, I'm ready to stand or
fall by my record. Look what this
grand and glorious country h as done
since you made me your constable,
two years back. You've had the big.
gest crop yeu've ever had in years,
and you know it. The weather has
been the best the oldest inhabitants
ever saw. We've bluffed England in
that Venerzela matter since I became
constable; we've h'isted the American
flag in Ubey fiad Phillipena Islands;
we're importin' gold instead of debts;
we've got business off the sick list and
things is bginning to hum; we've been
layin' up money; fa:nners is gettin' rid
of their mortgages and even fish and
game is gettin' a plentier because we
pertect 'em. I'm not blowin' far facts
is things that speak fur themselves.
"Do you want these conditions to
continue or not? Are you for pros.
perity or agin it? If you are fur it,
vote far me. If you are gin it, vote
far my reptile opponent."-Boston
Journal.
CatarrA~ Cannot be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constiru
tional disease, and in order to cure it
you must take internal remedies.
H all's Cataarh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is not a quack medicine. It was pre
cribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years, and is a
regular prescription. It is composed
of the best tonics known, combiad
with the best blood puifiers, actin~g
directly on the mucuous surfaces. The
perfect comnbiartion of the two ingre
dients is what produces such wonder.
fl results in caring Catarrb. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY k: CO., Props.,
Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, price 75c.
A LAWYER'SIMQsTAKE.
A story told by Maj r Menziks is
being circulated through the offices in
ths stat:e house, of aVincennes hwyer
who appeared for the defendant in a
trial by jut y and put on' tbe witness
stand a boy from whose testimony he
expected to gain a great deal. To the
conusioni of the attorney, tbe story
told by the boy was greatly to the
detrimenit of the defendant, and the
attorneys set to work to show that the
boy was "worthless."
"What is your occupation?'' he ask
ed the boy.
"I work en my father's farm," the
witness replied.
"You don't do much but sit around,
do you?"'
" Well, I help my father."
"But you are worthless, aren't you:?
was the attorney's decisive question.
"I don't know whether I am or not,'
retorted the witness warmly.
Then the attorney took another tack.
"Your father's a worthless man, isn't
be?"
"Well, he works about the farm."
The attorney here fastened an eye
which gleamed with triumph on the
jury and nailed the boy with a glanc4
from the other and said: "Isn't i
true that y our father doesn't do enongt
work to prevent his being callec
worthless?"
The boy had chafei under these un
plea'ant questions, and summoning hi
courge, he said loudly, "If you wanl
to know so bad whether my father's
worthless, ask him; there he is on the
jury. "-Indianapolis Journal.
Bucklen's Arntca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for CUts
ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhenim
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Han~ds
Chiiiblainas, Gorxus, an all Skin Ern
tioLs, and psi~ively car P'- , ort' m:f
pay requiired. It is guaram'ed m .
perfect satisfaction, or mone:-. rei
ed. Price 25 cena perr bo. A t
Professional Notice.
Dr. E. Claude - Jeter will locate in
Wnnsb3ro on the 20th inst , and offer
U his professional services to the citizens
of Winnsboro and surrounding country.
} Any requisition for his services will
be carefully attended to if left at Dr.
Aiken's drug store. 12-15
SAML. LINDSAY, X. D'
3 WINNSBORO, S. C.
Office at Mrs. Ellen Cathcart's, ncxt
door to Jno. H. McMaster & Co.'s Drug
Store.
S ftNight call at Winnsboro Hotel.
12- 6-3m -
THE
SPAIHAEiC WAR
Has Ceased, but the
1AN CE-FACTORY STnR
IS STILL FIGHTING FOR THE
PEOPLE'S INTERESTS
BY SELLING
first Mass Gos at Dose Neit
C i R1STMAS AND HOLIDAY
GOODS.
Al. 4e:-, Oranges, Cocoanuts.
Far- La% er Figs. at 10c. per lt.
Pezp-a Date:, at 10a. per lb.
Se-I' as Raisins, at. 10c. per lb.
Ule.ued Currants, 10c. per lb.
Npw Crap Cal. Prunes, at 10c. per lb.
Fa.:cy Evaporated Peaches, 12kc. lb.
New Crop Citron, at 20.. per lb.
N. C Buckwheat Flour, at 5a. per lb.
N. G. Molasses, etc.
A. Y. MILLING,
12-15-2w Proprietor.
asy,Quickly, Permanently Restored
%I F t 1F V is sd with a
:f--MT,. L written gar
V, CU li~rmniJmts, Lizzjuess, Hysteria,
nu- Debility, Lost Vitality. Seminal.Losses,
* Vemory-the result of Over-wok Worry,
.*,-cuis Errors of Youth or Ovr-indulagenee.
urce -0c. and $1; 6 boxes $5.
Fcr quici% positive and lactingzresults in Sexual
:.kr s. imt-ncy. Neirvous Debility and 1L05t
neYELLu"W LABEL SPECiAL-double
r7 ..ve strength .nd one e
-,1 p.. r-anuit car.Ceaetaniet
C IilI' S by mral.
FR E-A bottle of the famous Japanese Liver
-*ZUcIs .ill be given with a S. box or more of Uag
cetuc Nervine. tree. Sold ouiy by
J. J. OBEAR, Druggist,
Win'nsboro, S. C.
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons, irrespective of color.
are iereby warned against hunting,
fishing, or in anyway trespassing upon
our lards. The law will be enforced.
W. R. RABB,
R. R. PARK,
12- 6-St W. D. PA RK.
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons, irrespective of color,
are torbidden to hunt, ah, or tres
passing on our lands.
T. W. WOOD WARD,
T. W. RUFF,
T. G. ROBERTSON,
W. R. RABB,
W. R DOTY,
FR ANK M. GADsDEN.
12-8-1mi
Notice to Trespassers.
All persons (white or black, without
any exception) are warned against
hunting, fishing, or otherwise tres
passing on lands of the undersigned.
The law will be enforced.
A. WILLIF'ORD,
H. L. ELLIOTT,
Wi L. KIRKPATRICK,
R. Y. TURNER,
10.29-1m J. F. McMASTER.
Notice.I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I havea this day sold and transferred all
of the stock boeld and owned by me in
The Winnsboro Dry Goods Company,
a corp~oration doing business at Winns
boro, S. C., to Messrs. Porter Bros.
I bespeak for them a continuance of
the -ame liberal patronage that said
Com~pany enjoyed during my connec
tionl with it.
W. J. KING.
Nov ember 29th, 1898. 12-3-im
HEADQUARTERS
-FOR-.
OPF1 TH YER ROUN.
PATTERN HATS and BONNETS
of te the latest designs. A complete
line of Misses', Children's and Infants'
Caps. Walking Hats and Sailor's in
all the new styles.
Mv Milliner is consideved one of the
be.n in town, and our work gives per.
feet batisfaction.
Thanking my customers for past
pitronage, I solicit a continuance of
ibe same.
MRS. A. L. McCARLEY.
Annual Notice.
Ali persons holding demands of any
kindi against the County not previously
presented to the Board are requested
to file the same with the County Super
visor on or before the FIRST DAY
OF JANUARY, 1899, so that- they
may be examined and ordered to be
paid at the annual meeting; and it
shaii bec the duty of all persons hold
InIl! eauch accounts or claims not paid to
tieposit them with the County Super
visor as required in this notice.
B. G.TENNANT,
County Supervisor Fairfield Co.
Decemnber 3, 1898. 12-6-8t
-OSBOR NE'S
C Uiiis
A New alid Complete Treatment, cosiatizq of
STJOSITOuES. Capsules of Ointment ad tw
Boxes of Ointment. A never-faling cure for Pile
of every natures an degree It makes an operation
with the knife, which =s painful, and oftec rasdt
in death, uuneceeaary. Why endure this terrible
ease We pack a Written Guarantein eas
S Box. NoCure. No Pay. Sac.and $r a box, 6 for
$5. Seey mail. Samples fe
SOIlTME1T, 25o. anl 50.
CONSTIPATION ," evntd. b
Kreat LIVER ad- ST OMACH REGULATORand
BLOOD PURIFIEL Small, mild and pleasant
to take: especiafy adapted for children's use. SC
doses 25 cents.
FREE.-A vi'l of these humus little Pellets will
be given with a $z box or more of File Cure.
No'Tc-TE GUNua Fsa jAPANsz IL.
Cuim for Sole only by
. . OBEAE. Druggist,
WMinnaboro, S. C.
WANTED!
EVERYBODY TO KNOW
that we have Fruit Cake in one
and five-pound tins. Raisins
in every shape. Currants,
Citron, Figs, Dates. National
Biscuit Co.'s Cakes in endless
variety.
Soda Bisenits fresh every
three days
When in need of anything
goodto eat call on us.
F. M. HABENICHT.
JUST RECEIVED
As-protty a Stock of Goods as
has ever been brought to
the towa,
Consisting in part of Rogers &
Bro.'s celebrated plated wares
-Ladles, Knives, F o r k s,
Spoons, Carving Sets, &a.
--ALSO
Handsome China Cake Plates,
Berry and Salad Dishes, -
Vases, Cracker Jars, &c., &c.,
and invite an inspection of
them at your earliest conre
mience.
Respectrully,
C. M. CHANDLE.R
Machinery I
Manufacturera Agents for the
SMITH SONS
ENG INES, BOILERS, &,.
Oar M i. S.C.McKEOWN is a Tele
.phone crank too.
W.0, KEOWN & SONS
P ne in our CORNWELL, S. C
iftie -n Winnsboro
'iliCester line. 4-6-ly
TR ALEWS FOO'T EASE
A pwder to be shaken into the shoe.
At thsseason your feet feel swollen,
nervous and damp. If you have smart
ing feet or tight shoes,try Allen's Foot
Ease. It warms the feet and makes
walking easy. Cures swollen and
sweating feet, blisters and callous spots.
Believes corns and bunions of all pain
and is a certain cure for Chilblains and
Frost bites. Try It TO-DAY. Sold by
all dggssand shoe stores for 25c.
Trial pcaeFREE. Address, Allen
S. Olae, Beoy, N-Y..
ShaEeito -our Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes fecl easy. It is acertain
cure for Chilblains, sweating, callous,
tired, aching feet. Try it TO-DAY.
Sold lyall drugit and shoe stores,
25c. TilpcgeFREE. Address,
Allen S. Qlmte, Le Boy, N. Y.
LETTERS OF ADINISTRATIOII.
S'TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
comrrr Or YAmRFmhLD.
By 5. B. TOE HJJTOR, Eeg.,JuLdge Probuae
WHEREAS, John B. McMaster
hath ma'de suit to me to grant
him letters of administration of the
estate and efiects of Dr. J. R. Mcli s
ter, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of dhe said Dr. J. R. Mclias
ter, deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Fairfield Court
House, South Carolina, on the p6th
day of December next, after publi
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand thin 9th day
of December, Anno Dominui 1898.
12-10-2t Judge of Probate.
Success-Worth Knowing.
40 years' 8uccess in'the South, -proves
Hughes' Tonic a.-great remedv for
Chills and all Malarial Fevers. Better
than Quinine. Guaranteed, try it. A t
Druggists. 50c andt $LOO bottfles.
PALL
OUR PREPARATIONS FOD
thoreagh- and our stock is nowv ready
The fact that low price cotlon makes 1
to render good service by showing a
reached with cheaD cottn.
We call the ladies special attertior
to our fine stock of seasonable DrE
Goods, Novelties in plain and figure
Venetians, mixcd effects in Silk and
Wool, a great variety of Coloring:
Cotton Goods hive never heeu a; cheap
as now. We have a full stoqk of al
Staple CUtton Goods, with great varie
ty in colors of Prints, Percales, etc.
MILLINERY.
Our fall stock is the most complete
newest, and most stylish we have ever
shown. We can fournish you the best
work and up-to-date goods at prices t<
please you.
We are hustling for trade and w
ye and save you money. The best g
----GIVE US
--4CALDWEL
The Corsets
The W. B. Corsts
telligent woman.
health, comfort, app
heretofore unknow:
"head" of the Cors
hundreds of styles 1
object other than i
every visitor to her
LA D
~You all are respectfull
the
]Best $1sC
on earth. Be sure ai
styles I have in stock.
~Q. D. WII
MEN'5, BOY'2
Ready Ma(
TO BE CLOSED OUT. C
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH $10.00,
MEN'S SUITS, WORTH:
MEN'S S UITS, WC
MEN'S SUJIS
CHIL
Now is your tima to buy CLO'I
ente.
WIN NSBORO E
ONE DOOR SOU'l
Ye.iow and Blask Front.
WINNSB
The Moart session begins September
pupil is required to pay an entranlec:
penses.
Turox.--Sholars in the Graded 8
exeapt in oases where they take up exi
One extra, is seats per month; two em
Literary eearse, 75 eelts pa
Se.ientific eo
Nash higher~ eurse iaelade all that
in private faalln
The reord er he sohelars or' tisa sq
eir sta.ndingis the highar colleges, i
Wier furc~~rthe rur address
.W. H. '
GiOOD30
mm-'
t YOUR FLL NEEDS OAS EE,
or your inspction- NE A an;d BR!GaT
noney scarce, spur s us to m cater efforts
rreat varict': bnd at prices that can be
SHOES..
We have taken more it-n usual cart
to have c;ur shoe stoek cmplete and o
the best.. Try us for any style shoe
you want; we will show you good
goods at low prices.
We have some good valies in
CLOTHING
Men's and Joys, cheap.
A fine line of Neck-ar. Gents'
Hats in Pal styles-new &apas in stiff
and soft hats-prices :.v. Geut~s
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs.
ill supply your wants in a way to pleast
)ods at lowest prices is our 'im.
A CALL.
L & RUFF.Be
to Wear.
deserve the attention of every in
['hey possess merits that combine i
earance and economy to a degree
i. Such is the opinion of the
et Department-of one wAho has Z
o show and sell, and who has no
making a pennanent patron of
department.
IES,
y invited to call and seef
)O G~oIset
id inspec. the different
r
~LIFOBD.
5 AN YOUTH'S5
le Clothing
OME EARLY WHILE IT.
STS.
at $7.50.
.50, at $5.00.
RlTH $5.00, at $3.00.
~S, WORTH $8.00, at F1.75.
)REN'S SUITS FROM 50c. UP.
HING cheaper than cotton at 4
~RY GOODS CO,
H G. A. W HITE'S.
- - - Main Street.
ORO S. C.
20, 1897, and enads June 24 .898. Ea'
'ee ot 50 cents to meet co stingent ex
ehool are not required to pay tuitior,
ra studies in tha~ Collegiate Depar'anent.
:!a, $1.
r month.
re, $1.00 per mnonth.
Glausisa! course, $1.50 per n onth.
preede. God C .r ~i c obtaine&
shool a' comipetitive examnations, and
the beat gaarantee of its e5aieney.
K-TIHmOW, Prinnoina
tSHALL
This list is intended to aid yeUin
choosing presents for young ladies.
Nex: week we shall suggest
for gentlemen.
Solid Silvr.r Manicure Pieces, in setk *r
singlo. Shee Hlorns, Shoe Hooks
~i !i File. KuiAes, Polishers,
Perfime Ibottles, Virai
grettes. Stamp Boxes,
P..cket Books,
Car: Cases,Cards Hat
Pins, Combs and Brushes,
Hand and Stand Mirrors. Hat
Brushs. P..er Cutters, Biot:ers.
Seais, Wridug Seis anid Tablets, Per
pe:nail Caicidarg, Bracelets, in solid,
gold and siiver, Powder Box:s, in cut..
glass, Fine Lnmps, Cuff Buttons, Shirt
Waist Bute, Larguette Watch
Chains, Watcbea, RMgs, In great vat ie
ty, Thimbles Souvenir'Spoons, Ben
dier Ckocks. Memorandam -Tablets,
Gold Pen;, Scissors, Tooth Powder
Bottles, Fine Umbrellas, and hundreds
of other tLigs.
'Come in, we can aid you.
CEvery good, but cheaper than
ever before.
REMEMBER THE
10 PER CENT REDUCTION.
R. BANTTh Jmlr,
C iES'ER S. C.
NEWS ***
and
*+ tHERALD.
Tri-Weeklr S3 a Year ini MdaceP
We~kiy, $150 a Tearin Mdsaae.
g3LETTER READS,
SBILL BEADS,
~'OTE HEADS,
LAWYEII8' BRIWS.B
S MORTGAGES,
DEEDS,
- ~ CIRtGULAES,
Sated ev:0 hiig in job line deae
es~ as any where else in
GIVE US ACHANCE
Every penny spent at
Ihome~ is kept at home.
UNDERTAKING
LN ALL ITS DEPARTMEETS,
wea fnib stock of 'Caskets,' Burial
Ceses and Coffins, constantly o~n hand,
and use c.f hearse when rsquested.
Thankful for past patronage and solici
tadosz for a share in the future, in the
Calls attaded1 to a: ain hours.
THE EflLIOUT G~LN SHOP,
J. iM. ELLITT & OO.
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