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On the 2lth iiiat., in GreonviUe city
at the ceremonial exercises of com
mencing tiie work of bulldiag a new
Dormitory, ltev. J, B.JParrott was ono
of the speakers, representing tbo Lau
rons Association. Tho Grccuvillo News
of the 20th in its account of the pro
ceedings further says:
"At the conclusion of the exercises
m the hill the audience retired to the
southern part of tho campus juat abovo
t js'de iee of Dr. Montague, whoro Uov.
.1. B. I'arrott, as ivproientatlve of tho
Iirst association to subscribe to tho
dormitory fund, tho Laurons assocla
tloii, -hoveled the Iirst dirt for the now
At the federation of Clubs at Green
ville the followingollicers were elected
for anoth ?r year:
President?Miss Louisa B. Popp.-m
I irst Vice President?Mrs. A. K.
Smith, Kock Hill
Second \ ice President ? Mrs. John
< I White, Chester
Recording Secretary ? Mrs. C. C
Corresponding Secretary Mrs. L.
Treasurer ? Mis. RJ. |>. Gridley.
Auditor -Mrs. L. D. Childs, Colum
< >f ono of the fair representatives of
Lauren, in the Women's Club F?dera
tion at Greenvillo, the Greenville News,
of A prll 25th thus sik "Us;
".Mrs. ('. C. I'e" stone, recording
secretary of the ?'"deration, is win
ning friends by the score by hor very
lovable personality and her charming
Miss Laura Irby, who has beon tho
ruos*< of Miss Mary Mauldin'for sev
eral days, returned yesterday to her
bom - in I.aureus. Miss Irby is a
charming young lady and made many
Mords during her stay in this city.?
Greenville News, 28th ult.
April 21th, Lincoln's remains were
removed from u stone vault at Spring
field ills., and placed permanently in ?
evypt of the monument erected by the
Sta'e of llllno's.
Pasturage to Let.
VVi 1 pasture dry cattle for f>0 els por
month. Pasture one and one-half mile?
from ('ourt House.
J. S. Macmkn.
(U AMI. We have a few tons High
tirade Guano on hand.
K. P. Mil.AM & Co.
San s a Urcat Deal ot Work.
Messrs. S M. a E. H. Wilkes, Lau
rens. S. C.
Cent-: The Cooklog Stove I bought
of you sometime ago heats up quickly
with very litlie fuel und saves a great
deal of work by acting so promptly. It
never gives any trouble.
Mits. M. P. BltAGU.
A Supurb Grip Curo.
Johnson's Tonic is a supurb Grip
cure. Drive- out every trace of poison
from tho system. Does it quick.?
Within an hour it enters the blood and
begins to neutralize the effects of the
poison. Within a day it places the
Crip victim beyond the point of dan
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test the ret urn of perfect health Price
50 cents if it cures. Ask for Johnson's
Chill und Fever Tonic. Take nothing
Mrs. Adam.-' his now patterns in
battonburg and all the new braids in
'.vbile and cream.
The prettiest and cheapest-millinery
in the city. See it and you will be con
vinced. The Hub.
Our counters are loaded witli bar
gains in Spring Clothing ? Clothing
thai fits like it was made for you.
J. E. MInter & Bio.
Thompson's Glove Pitting Corsets
:ire the best. Get them at
Shirts! See the beautiful $1 DO Shirts
at J. E. Minter i\ Bro.
Big line ladies bleached vests from
?"> cents lo 26 cents each.
Tis time to get your straw hat. We
J. K. Minter a: Uro.
You can buy a good pair cf Bicycle
Tiros for *:i 75.
S -M. & E. H. Wilkes.
A large shipment of Water Co'lors
received, 2galten,$1 26;3gallon, $1.60;
1 gallon, $1.75.
S. M. ov E, H. Wilkes.
Always scmething new to show you.
Davis, [toper a: Co.
Buy a pair of American Girl Shoo.
Sold and guaranteed by J. E. Minter a
Ladies' ready.made shirt waist from
25 coots to $6.60. Come and see them.
I >a vis, I toper eo Co.
Best quality band-made Bicycle
pumps. Only 16 cents at
S. M. A: K. H. Wllkos.
Now is your best chance to buy your
Baby Caps. They aro easy to buy.
O B. Simmons.
See our now Slippers in tho Jcness
Miller and Drew Selby & Co.
Davis, Roper it Co.
Gel ahead of others by buying your
Windsor tics from
O. B. Simmons.
Special Bale of ladies' all linen hand
kerchief 10 cents quality at 7 conts
Only a limited quantity,
Davis, I toper & Co.
Early buyers get the pick. So ladies,
call early and get your hats
O. H. Simmons.
See the 50 tents sa"ors for ladies.
Davis, Roper & Co.
It is a saving for you to buy your um
O, B. Simmons.
You should sei; our 20 century line
of Alaska It^frigorators. They aro
much handsomer in workmanship than
ever before. Call in and see them.
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes.
Tho Laurena Coun'y Teachers' Asso
ciation will nuet In tho Court House,
Saturday, May lib, at 11 o'c'ock. Tho
following Is the program:
A les'On in Grammar, conducted by
IL Y. Culbertson, from 11 to 11.45.
A lesson in Laureng County Geog
raphy, conducted by Mis* Hattio Ro
land from 11 46 to 12.15.
Talks on discipline.
J. B. Watkins,
W. I'. Culbortson,
.Ma one Clard
(let a Pin e Article.
Buy the pun st und host Hour, al
though it costs more money, rather
than a cheap article and pay ten timos
tho dlfTeror.ee for mcdiclno and doc
tor's bills. "Olffton" is pure and
wholesome and is tho beul patent. If
you want a cheaper Hour, buy *'Snow
llako" or "Spotloss". All aro abso
lutely pure and manufactured at 15. an .
ford Mills, Owonsboro, Ky. Sold by T
N. Barksdalo and M. H. Fowler.
Agents J & P Spool cotton. Can fill
your orders at any time.
JT. B. Minter & Bro.
Christian and Missionary Alliance.
Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Todd , Rev. N. J.
Holmes and Hev. .Mr MoiniDger, of
ClPcago, will conduct a meeting in tho
Court House in this city,commencing
May Wth anil including May 12th. They
may be assistod by other workers. The
.public are invited.
Keep in mind that the 17th inst.,
will bo observed us Memorial Day.
Request is made that those who have
plats put them in order by that day,
and that the cemetery committee sec
to it that soldiers' graves be not neg
"How sleep tho brave who sink to rest
My all their country's wishes blest,
By fairy bands their knell is rung
By forms unseen their .Urge is sung."
Application for bail for Ma j. B. B
Kvans, of Columbia, charged with the
murder of J, J. (Sriilln was made Tues
day to- the Supreme Court, and bail
lixed at $?,000. Mai. Kvatn's allidavit
Of how the killing occurred was sub
mitted, he claiming that Grillltl was in
the act of shooting himself, when he
Interferredand In thesoulllc the pistol
was accidentally discharged.
His two brot hers, I'lx-Gov ? John < iary
Kvans, N. ti. Kvans and W. J. Murray
signed the bond, and the Major was
We have tills exquisite magazine
for April It is beautiful, but it does
not exageratc the importunes of the
great ?0Utb Carolina show of Art and
Industry in chat lesion next Decem
Very few of Wilson's "Trade Marks"
of the old families are shown and
there is nothing to laugh at, but the
edition is largely given to the great
county of Spartaiibitrg, in the year of
grace 1001, Subscription price, $1.00
a yea-, W. LI. Bichardson, ISO Kast
The Stale Hoard has finished its
work and the old soldiers and widows
will get their money at once.
Lau re us ha- on the Roll 218. 1 in
Class "A", 8 in Class ,,H": 200 in Class
"C'\ In Class '"A" each gets *!iii.Ui':
Class "11" each $19.52; Cla.-s "C" eacli
$14.04, Spartanburg has on her roll
r>.'U), Anderson :t7o. Boaufort 27, the
smallest number. Barnwetl and Ma
rlon each has three in Class "A", (two
limbs gone or totally blind) It may be
that $50,000 additional will bo dlstrl*
buted. An act passed by the Legisla
ture Axed one hundred and fifty thou
sand for Pensions, the appropriation
act one bend red thousand. The opinion
of the Attorney General has been
asked. The total number of Pension
ers is 0,<i38, The money will reach
Clerk Holt In a few days, of which we
will Inform our readers. The State
Boa*d excluded tho four or live ne
groes hitherto on the Roll.
A thinking fanner slated to Tin:
Advkktiskk that be run a i horse farm
?three oil shares and one with Ins own
labor and hired help. That he had
fanned the one crop last year Ott the
intensive plan and made about as much
out of it as the other three, lie is on
the same line this year and in p'es to
double last year's results.
Wlo opposo* McLaurln favors
Tillinan. Chop-logic couldn't save the
proposition. The woods are full ol good
Democrats and bore and there sound
timber for a Sena'or.
The South Carolina later-Stale and
West Indian Exposition.
Ti? Tn i: La oiks ok La u k n ns :?
In the coming exposition in Char
leston it is expected that each county
will show it* devotion to our State and
our Southern pride and patriotism by
making an exhibit worthy of the occa
sion. It wi 1 bo an opportunity too. to
advertise to visitors from all sections
of tho t'oltod States and tourists from
abroad the resources of our State;
thereby inducing capitalists to come
with their money and help develop
these resources. With this object in
view tins following committed ol repre
sentative ladio.S have been selected
from the city and county. They are
urgently solicited to go at once to work,
securing the prom se of fancy work of
any and ull kinds, paintings, relics,
canned fruits, jellies, etc.,?anything
in line of work:
Mrs. W. IS. Lucas, Mrs. .1. O. 0.
Fleming, Mrs. W, FT. Martin Mrs. O.
H. Simmons, Mrs. J Willie Jones, Mrs.
.'. I'. Bolt, Mrs. T. I'. Darlington. Mrs.
C. pouglas Harksdale, Mrs. .1.1. Min
tor Mr-. O, H. Ropor, Mrs. D. II.
Counts, Mrs. Charles Hobo, Mrs. J. M.
Philpot. Mtv. Dr. Hughes, Mrs. F...II.
VVilkes, Mrs. fjomolitl Sullivan, Mrs
Garland T. (iarrott, Mrs. MaU'.'Mc
Gowan, Mrs. J. D. Watts. Mrs. T. C
Lucas, Mrs. II. K Alkon, Mrs. C. C.
Feathorstono, Mrs. J.S.Bennett, Mrs.J,
S, Machen, Mrs, Alex Long, Miss Sara
Ball, Mi.-s Porrln Farrow, Mlsa Maymc
Ferguson, Miss Maty Miller, Miss Ida
Hol mos, Miss Lola Anderson MissMnrj
Simpson, Mi->s Wll'ou Bo d, Mis-' Nan
nie Pal o, Miss Beulah Hal e.
Tbofo from tho county: Mrs. John C.
Davis. Mrs. W.M. McCaslan, Mm . Wm.
J. Ballay, Clinton; Mrs. Dr. Alslo!
Kuller, Mrs Itufus Dunlap. Mrs. W.
.1. Cluck, Mountville; Mrs .\r. T.
Simpson, Mrs. J. (i. Williams. Mrs.
Dr. Join Miller. Cross Hill? Mrs. J.
Casper Smith, Jr., Mm Ben Anderson,
Waterloo; M M.Thomas Car tor, Prince
ton; Mrs. Nat Austin, Chestnut Hi 'ge;
Mrs. Pobert. Gray, Gray Court; Mrs.
William Byrd, Tylersvillo; Mrs. Hob
en Bell, Hooky Springs: Mrs. Dr.
We'r, Benno: Mrs. Thomas Do shields,
Lanford; Mrs. J. D.M. Sha,v, High
Point: Miss Belle Craig, Ora; Mi-s
Lulle Wright, Lisbon; and Mrs. J. II.
Mks. J. J. Puss,
Old Soldier's Fxperience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
wiib sick a long time in .-pile of good
doctor's troalment, hut was wholly
cured By Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health.
They alway8 do. Try them. Oi ly ?J>
cents at Laurens Drug Co.
M l'. UALLAUIfEft.
M r. Clifton Anderson, of the Tip Top
section, who has boen making his home
In Georgia for so?no time, returned
Mr. William Algary, oftheGroen?
wood side, visi ed this Sectio?! last Sun
day. Some attraction we. presume.
Mr Austin Baldwinand J. H.Jones
visited friends and relatives near Duo
West last week.
Min? Maud Mabry, of this section,
who has been visiting at Politer, re
turned home last week.
Mr. Tom Jones and John Mabry, of
this section, Viflltod Hodges last Sun
The Sunday School at this place was
re-organl/od last Sunday, with Mr. J.
10. Mm tin, Superintendent
Wheat and oats aro looking line, and
tho prospect !s that there wid he a
good crop of grain if tho season con
It Saved Bis Leg.
P. A. Dan forth, of LaG range, Ga..
suffered tor six m nthswltha frightful
running tore on Ins leg, but writes
that Bucklen's Arnica salve wholly
oured It in flvo days. For Ulcers,
Wounds, I'll-', it's tho best salve in tho
j world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25 etc.
AM) BRIEF NOTES OF UECENT
Beautiful line of belts, parasols,
neckwear and gloves at Mrs. Adams',
l>r. H. K. Alken is in New York this
week on business,
Mrs. 10. M. Caine and Mrs. .1. \V.
Jones went up lo Greenville last week.
Mrs. Webb is visiting friends in
Ii. W, Simkius, Esq., visited rela
tives at Woodruif on Friday last.
The shirt-waist and the picnic season
aro close on our heels.
Col. II. V. Simpson was in Spartan
burg on Monday.
t C. I'Vatherstone, Esq., wii9 in Co
lumbia on Monday.
Young men of tho city yet your
balls and bats. Business men should
help during the season
Dr. Del'oi.N Wilson, of Spartanburg,
visited his sister, Mrs. Alex Long, dur
ing last week.
Dev. N.J. Mobiles was he I'd Oil Mon
day, where his friends are legion and
always glad to greot him.
Mr. Watts llalrslon, a prominent
young business man of Goldvillo, wa -
in the city on Friday last.
Mr. John W. EorgUSOlI, of Walhalla,
was down Sunday to see Iiis falber and
Mr. II. T. Ward'aw, of Abbeville, is
on a visit to bis friend, L. \\ . Simkins,
Mr. M. L. Burdlne, of Gray Court,
a leading farmer, was in the city on
Mr .1. A. Baldwin, of Sullivan's,
was among Ills friends in tie-city on
Mr. II. /. Nabors, of Cross Hill, re
presented that pretty little city, so
savory of roses, on Saturday last.
Clinton has an Automobile and
President M. S. Bailey, of the Cotton
Mill, is the progressive pioneer.
See Mr. White Jones' beautiful
patches of b.trley, oats, etc , and fall
in love with intensive farming.
Fred Shell, a son of the late Hon. (i.
W. Shell, of Fort Worth. Texas, is
home, after an absence of live years, on
a visit to his mother and family.
Mr. John A. Barksdale, of Greon
wood, where he is prominent in busi
ness circles, visited kindred in the
city last week.
Mr. I. !?'.. Curry, of Lauren-, was
one of the Sophomore speakers ol Wof
ford on Monday iii>_rht. his subject:
.'True grandeur of .Nature."
Miss Clara Duckett. daughtor of
Sheriff T. .1. Duckett, came up from
Clinton Saturday, visiting her lather
and other relatives.
Rev. J. F. Carlisle preached morn
ing and evening at tho Mothodist
church on Sunday lust to lurge audi
Miss Mary Waller Camp, Mrs. W. F.
Lucas, Mrs. Willie Anderson go to
Spartanburg to day to enjoy the Fes
tival of Music.
Mrs. D. <;. liuckman left Tuesday for
her home at Staunton. Ya. Miss Rosa
boll Moore accompanied her and will
spend the summer there.
it is said that the t luban tlomraission
got no encouragement at Washington
and have returned to Cuba with fleas
in their ears. Democratic sympathy
can't help them.
Observers say that there were few er
people in the city on last Saturday
t ban on any Sat unlay in twelvemonths,
It was an ideal day for the plow to
move and this is the explanation.
Judge Allen Barksdalo leaves to-day
for bis homo in Louisiana. His visit
here has been greatly enjoyed by rela
tives and old comrades, who wish him
a safe return to family and friends.
Rev. W. B Duncan,of the ist Metho
dist church, this eil'', is in attendance
<n the great Methodist Missionary
Convention now in session at Now
Dr. M. C. Cox, of Youngs', was In
the city on Saturday, ami had tho
honor of dining with the old soldiers
of Co. "G." Dr. Cox is a veteran and
knows all about the gay Johny Rob.
The 15th of May should inaugurate <>
o'clock dosing with the usual excep
tions. Middle aged business goutlomon,
Bhould have some rest and reoroatior,
"dont you know."
Wo are requested to state that there
will be no service in the A R, I',
t hltrch,Clinton, next Sabbath. He v..Mr.
IbaxcO will I)'? assisting Uov, A. I..
Patterson at Ml.Canned.
Mr. A. M. Robert-on, now of Ander
son county,bltt an old and honored citi
zen of Laurens, was in the city on
Monday visit'ng his brother, Mr, Reu
ben Robertson, and will Visit other
kindred in the county.
L. s. Carson, of Sum tor, just, com
missioned as a Lieutenant in the army,
and who lias been light'ng In the Phil
ippines came honestly by his soldierly
trend. His father is F. Scott Carson,
who was captain of Co "C." Hampton
Legion and surrendered at Appomat
Some Urn days ago, near Owens,
Cliff Abercrombie, colored, shot with a
pistol a colored woman, Nannie Sulli
van, who died on Saturday last of the
pistol wound. Abercrombie is in Jail,
and claims that tho pistol was acci
Invitations will be issued soon to a
'?stocking" party by tho ladles of the
Auxiliary of the church of the Epi
phany at the residence of Rev . W. S.
Holmes. There will bo an exhibit of
Colonial and Confederate relics I to
froshments will bo served for a hieb
there will be no charge.
Col Oco. s. MtCravy, state Dispen
sary Inspector, who is busy on the road
most of the tiino, was in the city on
I Sunday to see his family. His large cir
cle of friends In Laurcns will he g'ad
to know that he is in high spirits and
his good looks would put the I'oso to
Dr. C. A. Saxon, a prominent physi
cian of RciiflletOWIl Township, was in
the city on Saturday. Scullletown is a
little suggestive in name, hut while
.-.mall in area, is one of the quiet, so
ber, orderly and withal progressive
peoples of South Carolina. And we
would not have them change their
name and they arc not apt to as there
Is no more conservative ami old fash
ioned JefYersonlan crowd than is there
to be found.
Treasure ^^*wV.wcecivcd from
the Dispon For. n^V as follows
for Lauren-. yt ? X:
ContiojniB Wf 110.88
Special ? /j\J??'2,a0?.2ft
For I*0gmf$s!ffl Council.
Leading . ^bjdmcn of tho olty
urge that w^i) sprinkler U a ne
ccf-sltY for ^ -fcifort of tho citizens.
It is net a 'v'y wo nro suggesting,
but soinetb1 - , for health and comfort,
and us tbt'. advertisement of a pro
Is life worth livingf "Worldly
possessions, intellectual atlain
mcnls, brilliant achievements,
social position, yea, the grateful
homage and hearty plaudits of
the world count lor naught
if there be not a contented
mind." To be contented ones
surroundings must be pleasing,
licautify lite home. Look in
our show w indows this week and
see Ibi how little you can sur
round yourself with works of
genuine art. Pictures framed
and unfi?anicd. We also sell
glass binding, wire, hacking,
make any size or priced frame
Oil short notice.
The Laurens l)ni? Co.
l 03 West Main St.
'Phono 75 Goods dolivored.
Wanted?a Soldiers' Home,
To the Kdllor of The Stato:
Thero are throe ox-Confcderato sol
dlers in the poor house In our county.
It Is said that s'ratllar conditions pxtst
in other counties. I - il no! time thai
South Carolina had established a sol
diers' home, as many olhor States,
north and south, have done. Forty
years have olapsca sinco these men,
now old and helpless, went to ttto front
to meet the foe. We propose to agitato
this question at the next mooting of our
local camp U. 0. V. here. We appeal to
ot her camps to lake action. Will not
tho Sons of Veterans and Daughters
of the Confederacy act In the matter?
all looking to some action by the Stute
camp in Columbia in MayV
Tho above communication appear* in
the Columbia state and is endorsed by
that papor. There are probably an
average of ten old soldiers and widow s
to the county who art; dependent and
this would give 100 to the State. They
ought to DC maintained at a cost of
$50,000, tho \tra allowance voted by
the Legislature at its recent session.
Buildings would cost$50,000. Tho mat
ter Is worth careful consideration bo
tween this and next January when tho
I legislature convenes.
Wantbd?You to order your whis
key for ''personal use'' from Cooper
Farming Distillery Co., Brovard. N.
C. Corn whiskey from $1.05 to $3 00
per gallon; vessel included Uyo from
$2.15to$3 15. Poach brandy $2.(15. Ap
ple vJ. 15 per gallon.
a. F. COOPKIt,
THE LAURE NS BAR
a NEW LAW FIRM,
Tho undersigned have this day en
tered Into a partnership for 1 ho practice
of law In tho Courts of this State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
II. Y. Sim 1-son,
It. A. COOPER.
W. ii. knmout. It, k. iiaui1.
KNIGHT & ISA KB,
Attorneys at Law.
ffflT Will practice in all the State and
Federal Courts. Strict attention to all |
business Intrusted to them
Olllce lip-stairs. Simmons' Building.
BALL, SI-NIK INS ?V BALL,
Attorneys at Law,
Laukkns, South Carolina.
We practice in all State and United
States Courts. Spoeial attonfion glvun
Several town lots for sale. Salos of
lots on monthly installments nego
w. w. Ball.
A TT KN IT 0 N! A TT E N TIONT!
Teachers and Scholars of Laurens
Wishing to save you money, as well
as to supply you with the latent books,
we have put in stock Johnson's Bend
ers, Leo's Histories, Ohm's Arithme
tics and Kroy's Geographies. Glad to
havo you call.
Palmetto Drug Co.
? ikix R & q Corsets!
Every woman knows what
the K & G Corset is. It
is the Corset of Comfort
with the essence of Style.
It is the only Corset that
will not, cannot, and does
not stretch. It" you buy
an K & G Corset that
does stretch, or proves
unsatisfactory in anyway
bring it back to us and
we will give you a new
I liavi in stock tl?< Famous'IN ?>. 3D79 moderately straight front, which is popular with most womon who do not doniand an oxtromo
straight trout. Those who do will find it in tho now straight front shown in my illustration. I sell IN<>. I*i>7' for >fjU.?00?
My Corset Stock is Large and Well Selected,
Davis, l^oper & Co.
-4$ Friday May 3d, -4
And get somr ol the Bargains: Ladies warranted all Linen Handkerchiefs at 7 cents, worth 10 cents everywhere. Only
a limited quantity?about 30 do/.en. A lot of odds and ends in Children's Shoes and Slippers lo close at
Ask to sec the Hoys' Knee Suits. We can lit any size boy and will have lot of special thing lo offer you, ami yon
c an always bear in mind that you can get ihc correct things at the Right Prices at
%% Laurcns, S. C. %^
.stands just the same show as the late ono bere
its far as bargains arc concerned. As wc arc
constantly adding new bargains and where
many department and House furnishing stores
offer you articles at a low advertised price for
a single day?wc have llm same articles
cheaper during the entire week.
firtide a ?afgairj. |
3 r 1 t rrrrr rrrn rrrruern
I'u rchasc ?
DOES IT INTEREST
W. Gr. Wilson & Co.
Oft'cr this week a line ol' Ladies heavy pure Silk Gloves
Market value 65 cents, will he sold at 40 cents a pair.
They conic in Black, White and Slale.
?? ? Wash Fabrics.
If qualityt style and price in colored wash goods that you
have seen elsewhere do not exactly harmonize with your ideas
take a run through this stock.
New Creations in Ladies llelts and Neckwear just opi ned.
New All-over, Torchon and Val Laces.
Cambric, Lawn and Swiss Embroidery and Insertion.
A New line >f Ladies and Misses Shoes and Slippers just
W. U. WILSON & CO.
Laurons, 8. C, April 1(>, 1001.
NORTIIC A HO LI NA
Direct from Distiller to Consumer^
SavinK Middlemen's Profits. Write for I'ricosi
J. 11. WOOLLEY,
CHERftYVILLfi, U. C,
and ROBKS, and HEAR.SE, at. tho
, LCWEST PRICES, ^ ,
A continuauce of tho gonuroiis patronage hitherto extended rfta
poctfully oolicited. KKNNKDY BROS., Laureng, 8. 0