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llovi ami Mrs. Thomas 15. Cralg, and
Mr. und Mrs. I). M. Gurrett, of Foun
t;i ii Ino, have gone to Bullulo, Niagara
and Toronto to be gone for several
Mr. I. VV. Wright, a prominent citi
zen <;i Clinton, is in Qreenvillo to-day
mi business.?QroonYlUo News, Otn
v Uootl Showing.
A tho following letter will show,
? v. companies onn make a better show
ing th m the Norwich Union, which is
represented in this city by .1 o. 0.
Fleming ?S: Co.:
New York, June 20, 1001.
To i >ur Agonls;?
it may interest you to hear from us
.ii regard to our Jacksonville, Florida,
losses. This disastrous con 11 aeration
K ok ! Inco na tlie aftornoon of May .'id.
We ilium dlutcly dlspatohed our Gon
crnl Adjuster, Mr. Willis O. Robb, to
Lhat city, sending as an assistant our
I ' Inl Agent, Mr. Guy Carpenter, of
.\ ilantn, < loorgia.
Tin so goutlomen returned to their
il oa on .1 uno 3d, and in Unit time
I ad ndiustcd 246 losses "Amounting to
$281,16(1.(Ml, all of which have been
We <?!. therefore, no criticism can
In rule of tho amount involved norof
the character of risks written, butthat
. ongratulation should In: felt by all our
Agents that the SoolOty is thus able
promptly to come to the relief of its
The old Norwich Union still contin
ues, u> it has for the last hundred
years, t<> promptly pay all proper
claims. Very truly yours,
j Montcom Kity Hark,
.1. II. I larger,
II II. Anthony,
SuptS, of Agencies.
LOST A bunch of keys attached ton
I ? also leather attachment. Suit
able reward will bo paid for return
Flndor will report to this oilice.
are to attend ourspccial sale of
ladies' ami children's shoi s and slip
pers on Saturday, July 13th.
The 11 ub.
it will pay you, as it has others, to
buy a Duck's Stove as they make work
lighter for your wife, t all in and see
S. M. & K. II. Willis.
You will miss an opportunity to btt\
a good suit cheap if you fail to takoad
vantage of Minter's Special Clothing
Sale now goine. ()n.
J. E. Minter & BfO
Those iluil enjoyed the glorioes Ith,
were the people that bought their Ice
Cream Freezers. Water Coolers fond
Lemonade Sets of
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes.
Buy the best kid gloves tor ladie.-,
the best 91.00 glovos on the market.
Davis, Roper iV: Co.
Special prices on everything In Mil
linery. Come while the "plckhlV
Have you seen our lino, of S.'l.4s
Smith's Moquctte Rugs. You should
visit our store and sec them.
S. M. E 11. Wilkes.
D'nln'l Marry for Money.
The Boston man, who lately married
a sickly rich young woman, is happy
now, for ho got Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which restored her to perfect
health. Infallible for Jaundice, Bll
lousnoss, Malaria, Fever and Ague and
all Liver and Stomach troubles. Gentle
but OlVeottve. Only 2? cents at Lau
rens Drue c o
Fruit season is here now! Are you
prepared for it with fruit jars and jelly
tumblers? If not aim straight for
us we have lots of them.
S. M. .x E.H. Wilkes.
13uy your R &G Corset from
Davis, Roper Co.
If tho sun shines on your porch try
one of our Bamboo Porch Blinds, it
will more than pay for itself. Only
S M. v\- E, II. Wilkes.
A Terrible Explosion
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully" writes N. E. Palmer,
of Klrkman, la. The best doctors
couldn't heal the running sore that ful
lowed, but Bueklon's Arnica Salve en
tirely cured hor." Infallible for Cuts,
Corns, Sore-. 1 toiIs. Bruises, Skin Dis
ease-, and I'i'os. :i? cents at Laurens
A fine valuable hound dog left
home June the 24th. This dog is black
back, taa legs, white fore-feet, and
mixed toj nails. Also tan face, medium
aize dog. Any one giving information
or delivering said dog will be paid i
vv. L. Grant, Cross Hill, s. C.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION
People's Loan and Exchange Bank
At Laurens, in the State of South Car
olina* at the ( lose of Business,
June '."Ml. ;001.
Loans and Discounts, $240,022.72
Socks and Bonds, 10,000.00
Due from Dunks. 17,863.80
Roal iMate. F. and F., 6,476.00
Expenses and taxoa paid, 2,4)1.lo
Revenue stamps, 390,16
Cash and cash items, I?,83Q.38
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
Dividends Unpaid, 1,087.00
Due Hank.-. 1)81.43
Undivided Profits, .v.i.hmu :il
Bills Payable, 5h.000.00
STATE OF sou I'll CAROLINA, i
County ok Laurels.}
Personally appeared before mc, J
W. Todd, who being duly sworn
nays: That he Is Cashier of the above
named Bank and that the foregoing
statement is true to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
J. W. Toon,
Sworn lo and subscribed before mo
this 1st day of July, 11)01.
C. W. TUNK, n. i'. s. c.
W. If. Martin, )
J. II. Traynhatn, !- Directors.
W. A. Watts, )
Entrance examinations lor South
Carolina College, College of Charles
ten and Winthrop College will be held
by Superintendent Brooks, Friday, July
tho 12th. There is ono Scholarship va
cancy in this county for South Caro
Una College. Also for Collogc of
Charleston, worth freo tuition.
For furthor Information regarding
scholarship ?co County Superintendent
The heir* Of Robert A. Ander-on,
-who was in Texas In 1888, and who liv
ed in Laurens District, South Carolina,
- in 186H, will learn something to their
advantage by writing to
iiknuy 0. Mavkk, Attorney.
a guccessftil institution.
The People's Loan and tixohangc
Dank, of this t? itv. arc paying their
usual Bemhannual dividend of per
cent for j uly.
The am,mil basket picnic will be at
Babb'a Meadow July 20th, There will
bo music and spoaklnir during the day,
and a lawn party at night.
Death of Mrs. Mar) a. Wood.
This estimable ohrlstluu lady, relict
of the lateT. R, b. Wood, died' at her
home near 'fumbling Shoals on Sunday
last and was buried at Ml. Bethel on
Monday. She loaves sons and daugh
ters surviving her, Messrs Jesse, James,
?lohn and W. I.. Wood, ami several
daughter-; and they have the deep sym
pathy of the entire community.
Vacancies f illed.
Tho Trustees ol tho Graded Schools
met lust, week and elected Miss Maud
Inez Tinman, of Van Wyck, Lancaster
county, and Miss Frondo Kennedy, of
Clinton, to id! the vacancies in' the
Graded School.-' corps of teachers.
Both MissTillroan and Miss Kennedy
had the very highest recommendations
and made line marks at the examina
tion rccontly givon to applicants for
A basket- picnic will he given at
Tumbling shoals on Friday, 10th lust.,
under the auspices of Princeton '.edge,
A. F. m , and till Masons' their frionus
and tho public generally, (especially
the ladie.-.) at.tost cordially Invited
to come and participate III the pleasures
of the day. Addresses will he given
by lion, stanvnrne Wilson, Mr. a. s,
Rowoll, I). D.'ti. M.. Cel. B.W. Ball,
Mr. 1!. a. Cooper, and perhaps- others.
There is a treat In store a It arc re
quested to bring baskets
ll. B. tlumbort,
W. A. Chock,
das. t. Machen,
Committee on I nvitution.
Princeton, s. c, duly 8, 1001.
(inw court news.
This community is badly in need of
rain, but tho crops are not suffering as
much as the gardons. It is throe
Wi eks ago la<t Friday since we have
had any rain , and gardens, which then
looked so line, aro now almost com
pletely parched up.
Messrs Pedon and shell have been
ki busy for the past two weeks
threi hin * the golden grain, and it will
take them n ,vook longer to get done.
We will got them to mako a report of
how much thoy have threshed when
they net through.
The farutot'd have their crops clear
of grass now and while the crop is ex
treinoly small (or the time of year, if
the seasons arc favorable from now on,
a half crop i juld be made.
At a meeting of tho Graycourt Cot
ten Oil Co on Friday last, a dividend
of ten per cent WSS declared.
Mrs. Karle, who has been visiting
hor daughter, Mrf. Christopher, re
turned to her home at Land ruin's last
Mrs. Sue Gray Mahon, who had been
visiting here, returned to her home at
Wllllamston hist week.
Mr. J. P. Gray and Miss Mary Shell,
of San Antonio, Tex , wore here las*
week. Mr. Gray returned on Friday
to his hr me in tho Cone StarSta'o.
Mr. and Mrs-. R L. Cray and family
visited at William-tun last woek.
Mrs. lt. S. Ball, A.C.OwhlgS, dr., C.
B. Owings, C. L. Owings, Mr. and Mrs.
C. R. Bishop and W. 11. Holder went
over to Woodruff for tho festivities on
thS Ith inst.
Mr. Charles Jones and Mastor W. i*.
Jonos went to Pelzer for the Fourth.
Messrs. D. D. and C. L. Peden were
at Laurens on the Fourth.
Mr. A. 1>. Cray, of I.aureus, has been
visiting at Dr. A. J. Christopher's,
Misses l.ouise Killian, of Croenville,
and WillouGray, of I.aurons, are at
Mr.R. 1. i.ntjS-i
Mr. O. I,. Kopp lost hia house and
almost Its entire contents by lire on last
Wodnescjay. it is supposed to have
caught fn.ii. a spark from the chimney.
Mr. I. w. Cray, of Woodruff,. was
here on last, Sunday.
Mr. .1. N. Leak is the champion
worker in this neighborhood, out of
thirty hours work of hauling up grain,
last week, ho .inly lost three hours for a
nap of Sleep and to feed his teams.
Save* Two From Death.
'?Our little daughter had an almost
fattil attack of whooping cough and
bronchitis," writes Mrs. W. K. Ilavi
land, of Arinonk, X. V., ''hut, when
all other remedies failed, we. saved her
life with Dr. King's New Discovery.
Our niece, who had Consumption in an
advanced stage, also used this wonder
ful medicine ami to-.lay she Is-perfectly
well." Desporato throat and lung
diseases yield to Dr. King's Now Dis
covery as to no other medicine on
earth. Infallibo lot Cough a and ('olds.
50 COnts and $1.00 guaranteed by The
Laurens Drug Co. Trial bottles free.
111 Fkweit?>n TTfm s .
Mr. W. D. Bolt's baby died last Tues
day, of dysentery and congestion of the
brain, and was buried on Wednesday
at Poplar Spring Church. Rev. Dr.
J, o. Martin preached the funeral
'1 he fanners have about conquered
the grass, bs we have been dry for sev
eral weeks. We arc now looking and
praying for rain, and unless we got it,
soon, can't make much of a Crop of
anything. The vegetables in tho gar
dens are falling fast.
'the wheat crop has been threshed
and uiil not turn out as much as ex
pected. Mr. K. 0. Mitchell and W. A.
Lesley did eh.. larger part of the
threshing. They havo ftrst-plnsy ma
chinery and do excellent wor;<. Wo
think now Is a RO0(l time for the own
ers of Boyd's Mill, on Hcody River, to
put in a first-class roller mill, which
WOUld encourage the fa rim i\- to I0W
mm e -./heat, and he u .u-e profitable
to the owners no oil.
Prof, .lames If undergo n und brother,
Robert, of Mt. Gallagher, visited at J.
W. Keek's Saturday and Sund iy.
JJrewerton is still without a teacher
and applications aro In order ami will
receive proper attention.
Wal,,- Redden, of Mt. f.'allaghor, was
tho happy recipient of a boarder frlj.0,
.Mb. 11 Is a hoy.
Ford South and Brlney Thompson
celebrated the historical Fourth at
Pcl/.er. ON Dit.
Not a ( heap Flour.
There is no roftiso from the glu
cose factories in "Ollfton" Hour
made at Bransford Mills, Owens
boro, ICy. It Is a pure winter wheat
Hour, and cannot bo so'.i at the
cheap price' of adulterated stuff.
If you want a cheap Hour, buy
"Snowllake" or "spotless" Thoy
aro just as pure, though not so
whit.! QQ -'Clifton Ask M.If. Fow
lor or T. N. Barlfcdale for them.
Don't forget the Big Clearance Hale
of Poroals on Monday, July Kith. I
will also put on salo Cue same date all
my Hi-., 10c. and Uic Printed Muslins
and Dimities at Sets, per yard. One
day 00ly Monday, July fdh.
O L' sjininons.
The $8.60 flannel suits iiavo been re
duced to 60 at.
J. E, M inter & Bro.
ti-i Wanted to buy or exchange old
paper Confederate BHD, others, old
stamps. Also, gold dollars, cameras foi
old stamps and bill?. Write to
2,834 Do Solo St , New Orleans, La.
A two-room cottago noar tho Furnl
AM) BRIEF NOILS Ol' U ECU NT
< lourt next Monday at 10 o\ lock a. tn.
Sec advertisement lu this Issuo <>i tho
university of North Carolina.
Edward Hart is visiting relatives in
Mr. VV. II. W'ebi), of Spartanburg,
was in the city on the Fourth.
Superintendent of Education Brooks
lias returned from the Summer School.
Mrs. R, i;. Hughes will leave in a
few day-, for Virginia.
Mr. J. II. Davis, of Clinton, was in
the city Saturday,
. Mr. J. W. Ferguson, jr., of Walhalla,
is in tho city on a visit to relatives.
Miss Jennie OwingS, of Columbia,
s. C, is visiting Mrs. it, i'. Milnm.
Miss Sallle Parks, of Fountain Inn,
is visiting Mrs. II. JL Kennedy.
Miss Mary Hill, of Suinlcr, is visit
ing the family of Dr. .Ic-sc Teugue,
Mr. James 'J'. Harri.-, of Spartan
burg, was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. M. L. Owlngs, of Fairflold, is
visiting at Mr. LI. L*. MHani's.
'The Masonic Picnic at tho Shoals,
the 10th inst., will be n dollghtful oc
Mrs. J. N. Watkin*, of Ci onvillc,
spent last week with Mr?. 1". ii. Estes,
and Mrs. W. It. Riohey.
Master Samuel Fleming has returned
from a three week's visit to relatives at
Miss Lola Anderson, of Augusta Is
the guest of her aunt. Mrs. T, F. Simp
Miss Carrie Holmes, of Florence, will
arrive in the elty in a few days to visit
Mr. David Harris, a prominent far
mer of Dials, was in the city on Mon
Mr. H. Manton Friorsdu has return
ed from an extended trip to Buffalo and
Miss Coode, an accomplished and
charming visitor from Allondale Is tho
guest of Miss Willou Cray.
Mr. and Mrs. VV. W. Muloney ami
Mrs. S. s. Maloney, of Blackvlllo, are
visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. A. T. Maloney.
Miss Kate Floyd Clark, of Gainsville,
Ca.. was the guest last week of her
cousin Miss Laura Barksdale.
Mr. Marvin Franks has accepted a
position with the Spartanburg Electric
Miss Pauline Anderson has irono to
the Mountains with a party of Green
It Is urgent that those Trustees and
Teachers who have not made proper
returns to tho olhce of Superintendent
of Education do so forthwith.
Mr. Samuel F. Garllngton, a succe.-,-;
ful youne Augusta lawyer, is on a visit
to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Crc^swcll
Mefsrs Hyland and Gibbon Trayn
ham, W.?. l'. Robertson, WellsOlnrdy,
Fleming Smith and others went over
to Glenns for the opening bail.
ah interesting report of the Confer
ence at Ashevillo, Young Men's'Chris
tian Association, by a bright young
Laurens delegate, will appear next
M'.ss Lillian Jamleson, of Nowborry,
is visiting Miss Jennie Sullivan . Mis.-,
Jainieson is lovely and charming ami
is gladly welcomed back to Laurens by
her many young friends.
Mrs. W. IL Martin gave a beautiful
tea on Monday afternoon in honor of
Miss Manic Ferguson and guests Misses
Singleton and MeAden, and Misses Her
rin Farrow and Manette Ilayne.
Col. Wharton came onus like a fresh
bree/.e from the sweet South, and
talked over his great Western trip.
But we were plad to hear him speak
right out for dear old South Carolina
and great old Laurens.
Misses Wallace, of Kentucky, and
Young, of Duo West, two very attrac
tive young ladies, are the guests of
Mrs. J. O. 0. Fleming. On Thursday
evening Mrs. Fleming gave a tea in
their honor which was a most dollght
Teachers will remember that the
coming Summer School occurs July
22d to August 17tb. J. B. Watklns,
Principal, and assisted by Prof. I). I).
Wallace, of WolTord Miss I/iw will
continuo the <ourse of drawing begun
Mrs. T. I). Darlington, Miss Laura
rrby and Miss Marne Ferguson wen
the hostesses at three charming card
parties given last week in honor of
Misses Thyra Schumpert, of X. wherry,
May Singleton, of Acton, and Fan
MeAden, of Charlotte.
Hov, Ilartwoll M. Moso'ey, a distin
guished divine of tho Bantist church,
was the guest of bis brother Mr. C. D.
Mosoloy on Saturday. Rov. Mr. Mose
ley is connected with the mission work
of tho Baptist Church in Cuba, but will
preach in Boston this Summer.
Miss l}aisy Barling, of Augusta, is
the gUOSt'Of Miss Ucllio Bolt. Miss
Sarling is one of the most accomplish
ed elocutionist.9 In tho South,and a gn at
favorite socially wherever known.
She has recently been teaching eloou
pi on a^ the Columbia Female College
where Miss Bolt bus ],ecn a pupil,
Logan Dondy, colored, was shot to
death on tho highway, one night last
week, near Durban Creek Church. An
Inquest implicated one George Goode,
colored, who confessed to the crime
add is in jail. Wo learn that ho now
claims that the confession was extort
ed by threats.
-UThoGypsy Ent,ai(.pmoi)t last Tue- -
day evening Miss Dorcas Culmo-io was
tho beautiful quocn of the gypsies, and
Miss Annie Itichey tho bewitching for
tune-teller. The musical features were
exceptionally fino, Misses Munetto
ilayne, of Fort Motte, Louise Ktlllnn,
.'. Greenville, and Mrs. T. F. Jones,
ol Kufaioa, Ala., graciously aiding the
cause with their beautiful .oiccs. All
of these Hlnge.rs have voices of unusual
compass, sweetness and cultivation.
A vory large audience was present and
a handsome sum was cleared for the
charities for whose bencilt the ontor
tainment was given.
Mr. Llonol K. Anderson, now a bank
er of Spartanburg, formerly a Laurens
boy, is Grand Master at Arms of the
K. of P. Order in this state. Ho. as
sisted by othors from nearby points,
will institute a lodge of this Order
at Knoree, S. C, on Wednesday.
Laurens Lodge, No. 43, will run a spe
cial train up, leaving hero at 0.80 p. ni.
and returning after exorcises uro over..
The coach will accommodato llfty. If
you want to go, see Edgar Burksdalo,
EL S. Kennedy, M. L. Nash or J. I?.
to slop in here and
gel the sort of Soap
you like for your
bath. One cake 1 <>
cents : Tbl ee for 25
cents?all this week.
The Laurens Drug Co.
[03 West Main St.
'Phone 76 Hoods delivered.
Pure ami Wholesome.
Bread is tho chief food used to
sustain life,therefore have it good.
The use of "Clifton" or "Snow
flake" and "Spotless" made at
Bransford Mills, Owonsboro, Ky.,
will Insuro this, as either is abso
lutely pure and wholesome. Insist
on your grocer sending you one of
these brands. Hold by M, II. Fow
ler and T. N. Barksdale,
We arc proud to say that wo have
the prettiest line of Matting that has
over been in South Carolina. You
should sco our lino.
S. M. A: 15. H. Wilkes.
Ladies, I handle Belgier Bros.1 slip
pers. Others are cheaper, but none
aro hotter. O. B. Simmons.
Ladies and Cent's Umbrellas at all
1 >Avis, Uoper .v Co.
ElCOtlOil in School District, .No. (I,
Whereas, a written petition of one
third of the electors and a like pro
portion of tin; free-holders of the age
of twenty -one years, residing in School
District No t}, Dial Township, Lau
rens County, has been ll'ed with the
County Hoard of Induration of said
county, asking that an annual tax of
Two Mills be levied and collected on
property in said District to supple
ment the sidiool fund of said District,
li is (irdered?
That fh ; Hoard of Trustees of said
School District shall hold an election at
Highland Home School House, in said
District, on the 20th day of.Inly, A.
D., 1001, for the purpose of deciding If
saiil shall be levied ami collected.
At said election only such electors as
return real or per?; mal properly lor
taxation, and who exhibit their tax
receipts and registration certificates as
roqllited in general elections shall be
a'lowed to vote.
At said election the said Hoard of
Trustees shall act as Managersand the
election shall be conducted as is pro
vided by laW for the conduct of gene
At said election each elector favor
ing tho proposed levy shall cast a hal
lot containing the word " v es" written
or printed thereon, and each elector
opposed to said levy shall cast a ballot
containing the word "No" written or
Within ten days alter said election,
if the majority of those voting shall
vote for said levy, the said Hoard of
Trustees shall liirnish the County Au
ditor with the statement of the amount
Hy order or the County board of Ed
ucation of Laurens County.
CtiAs. F. Brooks,
W. M. Bryson,
If. E. Babb,
Count." Hoard of Education,
duly Oth, 1001.
Money to Loan
on Improved farms at 7 per
cent. Long t'uno?easy payments.
No commission, Small cost.
C. D. BAKK?DAL1
Ever Offered in Laurens!
Monday, July 8th, Laces and Embroideries ju*st
ONLY. MONDAY, July Loth, I will put on sale all Summer PERCALES at Half Price, to c1ob?- out. I have a largo line of these goods
wurth 8, 10 and l_': cents. Figure one-half price on these, and seo what you can buy them at?one clay only, Monday, duly 15th.
Monday, July 22d, 1 will put on sale, at half price to oloau up, my entire lino of RIBBONS. Also, all HATS in the Millinery department
will go ut same price. Doirt miss these
Sales on July 8th, 15th and 22?1,
as you will not have an opportunity at such low prices again. Romeinhor the dates.
O. B. Simmons.
Great lyliet S?nder
A !Jj<5 Line Children's Slippers at 50 cents, worth -S'l.oo to $1.50.
A I5ig Line ol Ladies Slippers at 75 cents, worth $1.00 to $2.00.
A 13ig Line of Boys' Knee Pauls at 15 cents, worth 25 cents.
A big Lot of Figured Organdies worth 25 cents now 12j cents.
/fJflf"* Don't a>-k for credit but bring the CAII and wc will astonish you.
Laurens, S. 0.
l^'fflfe^ciB ? mit
..Are what our Refrigerators may properly he called.
They have huge ice chambers which insure' at all times
a moving volume ot air. Onions and milk placed side
by side will show no affinity for each oilier. All odors
from the provision chamber are condensed in the ice
chamber and pan oil' in the water. A good food preser
ver is indespensiblc in hot weather.
can only be obtained by using
good material, but even the best
material will not insure a good
dinner unless prepared on one
of our up-to-date
Bamboo Porch Blinds ]
Water Coolers from
g,Mf Come to us to buy your
supply of Masons Fruit Jars.
We can save you money on
gt?~~ We are Headquarters for
Refrigerators, Water Coolers,
Ice Cream Freezers and Fly
Five grades in nice sheer white
India Linons at
10, 1ft., 15, 20 and 25 cts.
Lawn Edgings, Insertions and All-Over lo match.
In colored Organdy and Dimity you can lind here the
Quality, Color and Price you desire.
Only a limited quantity of those heavy all-Silk Gloves, the
75 cents quality, at 40Cts. while they last.
0^ ^Special Value in Sunshades at
_W. G. Wilson & Co.
The Laurens Oil and Fertilizer Mill Ice attachment is now
in full operation. The water from which the ice is made is clear
The delivery wagon moves every day and delivers promptly
10 all orders.
i?y" Secure Coupon Book at once, as drivers are not allowed
to deliver ice excepl for coupons.
ii and F&tiitotvef C<
J, C. SMITH, tho oldest dealer i.i Momunonts in Lnurong county,
still ha.*, his plftoe of business in Clinton. Dcalor in Iho best
native and imported from Italy and abroad. The latosl designs, work
done In the most artistic fashion, promptly, and torms n asonablc and
satisfactory. He solicits your patronage and thanks you in advance.
Your attention to the fact of Clinton's exooptionablo railroad facilities,
Call and oxaminc his ynrd.
J. C. SMITH, Clinton, 9, C.
THE OLD FIRM
tho Undertaking business at tho old stand. COPFINS, CASKETS
and ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
t LOWEST PRICES.?
A oontinuanco of tho genorou patronage hitherto extended us
SOlioitod, ^ llootitflly -w.ivJMttnv imnc