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A. U. JONES, rrTot.
Nenerr. S. C.
WE)NiS)AY, JAN. 12, 1887.
You are entilled to a copy of the Weekly
Ses ami Courier rith this copy of the
lHerald (and Newcs, if' your subscription is
tvaiW in adraenec at the rate qf Two Dollars
a year. We have arranged writh the lretes
and Courier to utrnish us a suUicient nun
ber of copics caek treek to gire one to every
Capt. Tillman has one consolation
left ; he can write.
'The Obscreer was a littie too previous
in sipposing i reason for the reduction
of the salary of the "chief clerk'' of the
eomissioner of agrieulture. It was
We are Indebted to the l'ope M)'i'g
Co. and Messrs. \leherrin, Shalleross &
Co. for two of the handsonest calendars
we have seen this year.
I"'al mer Galiuan has reqclested us to
say that he will retlly to the card of
1W ise Bros in our next issue ; Ihat "lek
ne,s has p,revenlted his doing Zo this
Bl-v. .1. 1). luggins puts in a plea for
prohibition this week. lIto shows that
his hk art is iti the work, milid that he will
not be satistied until real prohibition
ha; been .ectred for Newherry county.
We are gl:d to receive this week in
teresting dots from l'roslerity, Jablpa
and Gallm:.l Academy. We Iss the
new-y letters of Mt. Tabor Dixie,
Clap ell. Vaughivan ill1' and O'Neall.
1 et us hea. from you oftel , friends.
Ex-Governor lla,good has come to the
front in an interview and tell; where
Lert:ih inaks are that shoul be stopped.
0.Ie adv;titatge that l'artner llagood has
over F'rm;e Tilinat is that lie speci
tie; an yon can rely o:n w hat he ,avs.
Anl rs n :id l':;icn are satistied
w itlh n, li e2se. 11 t-lwell anl Spar
talhmgli g have rc tarned to bar-rooms.
C'ountits, new1pL'ap ers and individuals
differ on this ginestion, but few maintain
that tle sale or use of it is right. or ben
eticial to the cotnluity.
''he 1in-sent Congress might very w"ell
be called a pension Congress. It has
extended it to tie jttermost so far as
thost' who w"ere in 11he late wNa' aind titeir
relatives, aai furIther to granting special
pensions to the widows of U. S. Sen
ators as in the case of Mrs. Logan and
The review of the business of the Stato
prelpared by the t'1a's 11ad ('0aurier, and
puhlished on Janlary st, was full and
colplete. Very few realize tlie anount
of labotr required inl gathering and plre
parhig tlis data. It, is a credit to that
enterpi isng journal and shouhl be ap
p1reeiated, as we. believe it. is all over the
"It is said thait 5evera':l chiangtes are
to lie made iln t.he loud enIse'mle of the
Uni td States ll'veaiue olilie of this
cityv." (C'oluemlia Rei's/erd'i) We wonder
if the collector is doainlg t his of his ownt
aiccortd ori is it oin account oif a warin lg
froan Demiocrats ini ath ority that, Little
tiust go) andit a place be miade [for some
favorite. We hopae so, aid not that the
one-clegg,ed1 Democrat is to give way foar
another'a like Lit tie.
TheIl Kewv York Star hans come out ban a
hnmia new tdress and is iiow onec of t he
most attractive of the New York papers.
It is ably etdited by im. Dorsheimer,
who was Lt. Governor with S. J. T1ildlen,
an able writer, and hii full sympathy
with the admbinistr'at ion. If y'ou want a
per'fectly3 r'elable political journral, wo
thaiik yoult will t'iiid it in the ,Star'. Out'
yoaing frienid I. JT, llamage, Jr., is oan its
stalf of i'ephorters'.
'tIH. TFILLMAN AGaAIN.
failed to haave his pet imeasmaes adopted
by3 the Lt'gislatutre, that lie woultd see
that his couarse wvas not approved by a
majority of the people of tlhe State and
that It wouhtl be the part. tof wisdlomi for
hn to be amore motderate thani he had
beeni duaring thle past year, but In this
wte are disaappoinited. In a letter' to the
Korcaas anad C'ourier pu1bliIshed oai the 6thi
ist , and whllichi we aepint to-day, we Iind
haim indhulging in thle sameo cr'iticsms1.
which chiaraterizeLd lilt articles that
hatve alppetared fr'oam time to t imei for the
paist two year's. Ini this ar'tice lie ana
lizes the vote of the Seanate wh'iich de
feated his bill to establish an aigricual
tual college andh shows that of thec
tweanty-onie votes to postponce, eleven
were lawyer's, six farmers, two Ldoctor's
oneo pteachear anda (one mnerchanat, and1(
plaices the blamie onl each pr'ofe'sslonl In
p)ropor'tion to the vote, the lawyers ol
courtse comning in for their fullh shiare o1
abuse. Air. T1ilhuoan admits that thec
far'mers were cqalaly divitded on th<
quIestionl, aand says thiat "'if the profes.
slonal mean inl the Senate hatd neede(
light as to the wishes of the farmers o:
the State the action of the two farmners
convetioins shiould have made thiem heos
ltatri to p)ospone it.", Th'ey might hiava
as easily.concluded that a division tlmonj
the farmers themselves was the hos
evidece that the bill was not accepta
ble to all'of the fairmeras of the State, es
pecialhy as the friend(s of the bil
hand a committee on the grond look~
lng after its interest anid the agri
cultural departmen t had none excep:
these It had WON by its merit undi(e
Its pi'esen)t management, In sp)ite C
the dictation of Mr'. Thllman. Unide
these eh'elimstances those who voted fc
post ponomeal6 must have boon Conscer
tlons or they would nbt have dared t
oppose It. We believe that the farmers
can by maintaining their organizations
do a good work, but they nor Mr. Till
man must not,expect to 'do no in a day,
or by abusing those In the ranks o", nt
of it who difner with them, and fox t he
sake of peace and harmony let us hope
that Mr. .Tillman may change his plan
for the future.
Mr. Tillman's attempt to change the
opinion of Senators by threats or to ate
tribute the failure to pass his bill to the
utluonco of the Coosaw Mining Co., or I
my other thanithe true reasons, which we
believo to be thatour people are not ready
yr able to make this large expenditure i
>f money at p)resent, will not help lia
ause or those he claims to represent.
Congressman James W. Reid of the I
?ifth Congressional District ef North I
;arolina has resigned ....The House t
:ommittee on rivers and harbors recoi-i
nends an appropriatlion of $7,158,250. E
L'he estimates sub mittedl waa $30,'i81,
.19; of this $150,00) Is for Charleston
tarbor and Sullivan's Island, $10,000 for f
he Great Pee Dee River, $10,000 for
Santee River, and $12,000 for Wacca- t
naw River. '['he total amount appro
,rlated for the Mississippi River from a
it. Paul to its mt1otth is $2,091,000, and K
or the Missouri River $3t6.000....he 1
-enatc has confirmed the nominations
f Mary S. )ougias of Marion, Mrs. B.
3. Law of I)arlington, and Mrs. Young
,lood of Cltester, as postmaSters.... Con
;ress has granted a pension of $2,000 a t
cear to the widows of John A. Logan
Ind Fralcis 1'. Blair....$70,217,500 has I
Leei appropriated for pensions.... I1er
lert F. Beecher, a son of Henry Ward
Beecher, has been appointe(i a speeial
gent of the treasury ..The President's
;ealth is much Inproved.....On Sat- s
irday the 8th inst., the bill to
tpprolpriate $500,000 for a public build
Ig in the city of Charleston, and au
Ihorizing the sale of the present post- J
Alice builling in that, city,. was defeated. I
... Representative Iliscock, or New
York, has introduced a bill to reduce
the Internal Revenue taxation and du
ties on raw sugar, and for other put
poses. The most striking feature of it
Is a provision for a bounty of two dollars
per ton of sugar cane or beets raised in
this count ry and manufacttired into su
-ar, the bounty to be paid to the farmer
r;lising it. The tobacco tax is repealed,
and on spirits retained....he conferees
on the elect oral count hill have practi- t
ally reached an agreement. on that
measiire....ipresentatives Relgin and
Weaver are absent looking after their
senatorial prospects.....Senator Brown
of Georgia will not resign as has been
reported....ie Inter State Commerce
Bill regulat ing railroads was discussed
at length lt the Senate on Monday.
Senators Beck, Cuhlum and Hlarris im
favor of, and George and Stanford in
opposit ion .... Mr. Dibble presented the
oath sworn to atitl signed by 1). Wyatt
Alken of South Carolina.
'he North Carolina Legislature has
elected John Rt. Webster the nominee
of the Independent Democrats, speaker,
and G. M. Bulla, Republican, clerk....
Nine unknown bodies were burned
beyond recognition in the Titlin, Ohio,
railway wreck last week. The responsi
bilit v of the accident is now placed upon
freight. conductor Fletcher....Ilon. L.
Q. C. Lamar, Secret ary of the Interior,
and Mrs. WII. S. Holt, of Macon, Ga.,
were married on t he 5th Instant....
Matthew S. Quay, of P'hiladelphia,
Pennu., has been. elected U. S. Senator,
to succeed Senator Mitchell and Wim.
M1. Stewart, U. S. Senator from Nevada.
BothI arc Reptublicanis.... Raleigh and
Charlotte, N. C., have street railways
in snecessful operationi ... . Messrs. A. J.
Baker and1( J. N. Cook, while on their
wvay from Laincaster County, S. C., to
Palestine, T1exas, were robbed of $275
while lyiing over at,; Iouston, Tiexas...
Col, J. II. Aveilli, hats been promoted
fronm the positloin of master of tratnspor
taltionl to tile superinttCIendey of the
South CarolIna Railway Coinpany. ...
There was a railway smnasht up at Chica
go on the Git. No one seriously hurt
..An exp)losioni of natural gas at
Youngstown, Ohio, it the Anidrews
building destroyed $100,000 of property
and1( pinfutlly burned the wvatchtman and
a. lireiman; otte of thte wvatchmnen is miss
lug and( supposed to be it the ruing..
Two meni blew up a section of the Cable
Gutter Street Railway int Sant Francisco
itht dy naite ont the 6th inst. . ..T'Iwo
nlegroe's, Jacob Grahamt antd Oliver
Smith attemnpted to comimit rape upon
Miss Mary Cooley, an extremely respec
table white girl in Hluiet township,
Edgefleld County, on the 1st inst. They
have been lodged ini jail... .It. Is claimed
that. Gen. Alexander pid Mrs. Hettle
Green $127& p)er share for her Central
stock to use it his election for presideit
of the road. Th'le shares were 6,400 In
numtber..Te election of Gen. Alex
ainder as president of thte Georgia Cen
t ral, is sid( to mneani an arrangementt be
tweent the Central and the "Richmtond
aind D)anvllle systems...Governor Lee
hats dleclined the request of Cluverius to
visit him.. . .Dr. Joshua M. Doyle, of
Linton. Te'nnt., was arrested at Nash
ville, Tenni., on the tight of the 4th
lnst., for the murder of Joseph Dentsh,
a barber, Ia Eflnghtam, Illinois, in 1866.
..he thermometer registered thirty
t wo degrees below zero at St. PautI,
Miunetsota, on the 7t.h itst.T total
number of btusiness failures reported to
Messrs. R. (G. Dunn & Co., was, United
States 271, Cantada 28, total 209, against
223 last week, and 203 the week pre
y'lous..Two old misers, Josephi Perry
anid Robort. Price were found dead In a
tentementi house In Phtiladelphiia, Petnn.,
on the 7th. .. .FraneIs B. Stockbridge,
(Rep.) has been elected to succeed Sena
tor Conger, of Michigan ... . In a dIfil
culhty at a ball at Moorhead, KCy., on to
ntight of the 4th inst., between Mason
Kce~otn atnd John Bogers, Kecton was
killed attd Rogers made a tnrrow escape
with his life. . ..Seinator Thuirmnan was
temporarily indisposed at thte close of
the. Jackson banquet at Columbus, Ohio,
oit the ntight of thte 7th. his friends
were alarmted at the time, but it proved
to bec nothting ser.ou....Thte total vlsi
ble supply of cot ton for the world Is
- :,237,500 'bales, of wvhicht 2,788,556 bales
are American. .. .The Bessemer Land
and Improvement Company was otrgant
ized on the 8th instant, at Birmting.
Sham, Alabatmn, with a capital of $2,
- 500,000, comiprhsing London, England,
-Baltimore, Charleston anad Biringhamr
"cap)itial. They intend to establih a city
I of 8,000 or 10,000 people In a short time
- to be named Bessemer..The s>lrI
.. thermometer at the p)ost hospital) 'ort
t Keogh, Montana, regiatored 50 degr,e
below zero on the 7tnt inst.,...The Long
r~ shoremnen are on a strike at the Old Do
f mnion Dock, Newv Yoi.k City... The
r German ship ElIzabeth, with hter enttir<
crow-not less tItan twenty-WAere ship
rwrecked about fourteen miles souith o;
- Cape Henry, necar Norfolk, V8., on thi
o 8th instant. Five of the life aying crev
were lost in the attetnpt to ronderAsist'
nice to those in the wrecked steamer.
....Judge Puckett of Connecticut has
iecidod that no boycotting of labor shall
be allowed... .The roundhouse of the
Dhio Southern Railroad machine and
-ar shops at Spring lield, Ohio, were de
itroyed on the 8th inst. by the explosion
)f a torch. Loss $140 000-insured....
A flve story brick building and contents,
130 and 582 West 30th t., Now York
,lty was destroyed by fire. Loss $125,
0.... Bollefont, Pa., had a $100,000,
Lawrence, Kansas an $85,000 and HIart
lord, Connecticut, a $125,000 fire on Sat
arday last....Texas is in the midst of a
evero blizzard.. .The wheat prospects
n the north west are reported to be
cood. Cholera is prevalent among their
logs.. ..Perry and Brice, the misers who
tere found dead In a tenement house in
hiladelphia, Pa., a few days ago, left
100,000 in securities and money hid in
lie house....Mrs. Mary N. Agnew and
d1iss Grace II. Dodge have been appoint
(I school commissioner by Mayor Grace
f New York .... Indiana has a rival
ogislature, a Democratic Senate and a
tepublican Ilouse. The light is over
he election of a U. S. Senator.... 'I'he
tepublican members of the 'Indiana
enate and house have held an illegal
Wint convention and counted Robert
on, th Republican candidate for Lt.
lovernor in....Thero is groat suffering
rom the drought in Texas... .The 1'as
or of the Lutheran Church at Oshkosh,
Vis., has announced that he will preach
sermon on the Knights of Labor on
ext Sunday, and that if his members
ersist. in belonging to the order, lie
bill expel them from the church.
The Anderson Intelligencer contained
en, the Carolina partan ton, and the
:eowec <'ourier seven marriage notices
ust week... .The Columbia Y. M. C. A.
I to have a gymaium~Lil at an early day
Sn..The whiskey license for the town of
fanning is $1,200.... Ulion is pleased
vith the Signal Service ....Two of the
ix bar keepers in Camden have closed
heir doors.... Allendale contemplates
harg i.g $2,000 for whiskey license.
,aurens has fixed the license at $800.
L'hie beer saloons of Union have
>een closed....bMiss Lou Madden,
>f Lanrenls County, was burned
o death on the afternoon of the 4th
nst. by her clothing catching fire while
tanding in front of an open fire place
.. A young man giving his name as
fordan, left Columbia on the 7th instant,
vith board bill unpaid. During his stay
IC had tried to insinuate himself into
,he good will of the Y. M. C. A., his
lost, lnd forged a letter from Messrs.
Desportes & Edmunds pretending that
hey had oi'ered him at clerkship....The
.lirectors of the penitentiary have leased
Messrs. Rice & Coleman lifty convicts,
to be employed in the work of grading
the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens
Railroad....The Columbia street rail
way has tied up on account of the snow.
....Cupid Nesbit and Bob Burrows ac
cused Win. Green of stealing -their va
lise at Summerville. Green denied tak
ing it, when they bound him hand and
foot and gave him ninety-nine lashes.
All three are colored. The case is now
in the hands of Trial Justice Perry....
Charleston has one hundred and forty
two travelling ttlesaieni.... Ex-Gov.
IIagood, in an interview with the Co
lutabia correspondent of the News and
Courier gave as his opinon that the
leaks in the State Government were at
the lunatic asylum and the penitentiary
and in the counties in the stperfluous
oflices.... Bishop Howe confirmed six
persons at Spartanburg on Sunday last.
....The passenger coach of the Spartan
burg and Union train was ditched in
Spartanburg on the 8th inst. The con
struetion train started to its relief and
and ran oil' near Strothers, killing one
negrio....T'1om Abernathy cut his father,
Wil1toil Abernathly, at Smlutville, Spar
tanburg County, on tile 7th inst., wvhich
catuised lisa death Onl the following daty.
Both were drinking, freely . .. .Th'e tax
levy for the city of Spartanburg has
been IIXxed at 5 mills by the city counllcil,
against Oj mills last year; the license
on whliskies bringing about the reduction
..Lands in wvestern Chester are bring
ing good iprices, owing to their superior
railroad faellities. .. .Mr El ijahi Fitrmler,
an aged and respectable citizen of Town
ville, Anderson County, died on the 6th
inst..Messr~s. Tillman and Co., evan
gelists, have just closed a successful rc
vivail at Lexington. There were about
sevent,y converts and a numb)er of per
sons added to the Methodist and Lu
theran churches. Thle citizens i a'sed
thlree hludred dollars and gave thetm to
pulrchase a new tent withl whiich to carry
on thleir wvork. . ..Thec store of Messrs.
Sloan & Blakely was broken into on
Monday night. A few dollars in cash
anid some cigars and other small articles
were all that was missed.... Legislative
Librarian, Ccl. Jlas. T1. Sims, was taken
suddenly ill Oil the street in Columbia
on Monday... .Mr. E. R1. Stokes, one of
the oldest residents of Columbia, (lied
onl thle 9th inst... .Thel general oflces of
the Rlichmnond and Danville road will
bo mnovedi from Washington .to Rich
mond, Va...A slighIt earthquake was
felt at Charleston oin tihe nIght of the
10th inst... .The Grand Army of the Re
publice of Massachusetts, through Al fred
Moore, Assistant Adjutant General,
has forwarded to Mayor Courtenay, at
Charleston, for tile benefit of the home
for mothers, widlows anid daughters of
the Confederate soldiers of Charleston,
Mr. J. S. Reynoldu, one of the foi mer
ownecrs aind editor of the Fair:eld News~
and lfcrald has sold ht~ '.nterest in thle
paper to Mr. C. ii. 1tagadale, and hias
movedl to Columbia, S. C., whiere he wvill
practice Jaw andl furnIsh reaudy prints to
tile wveekly papers in the State. Messrs.
Ragsdale and McD)onald are now the
edlitors and proprlietors... .Gen. M. L.
Bonhlam, Jr., has retired from the Abbe
ville Messenger to devote more of his time
to the practice of law. Mr. Jats. S. Per
rin wilhl have entire control of the edito
rial dieparteift... .Messrs. McFarlanda
and Hlamer have purchased the Pee De4
Index fronm Mr. W. J. Montgomery..
Mr. WV. F. Rhame has1 retir~ed from the
management of the editorial (departmnent
of the Sumter Watchman and Southron...
Our local contemporary, the Observer,
has entoredl upon1 Its fIfth volume, th<4
Y'orkville 1"nguirer its thirty-third, ami
the Anderson Journal its twelfth volume
...T he Clarendon Enate2rrse is much
improved sinIce our young friendl Wither
spOOn) ias hlad charge of it... .The C'of
ton Plant is now published att Greenville
and t.he Southern Christian Adeocrde ai
Columbia. ..he Lutheran Visitor is nov
published inu the ofice of the HlERALI
AND NEWS, Newberry, S. C..The
WValchmnan and Southron anid the CJarolin<
Spartan, two wveeklies withi a large ci
culation, have ad(optedl our plan of gIv
lug theC Weekly News and Courier to alle
Itheir cash stubseribers.
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Money to Loan on 0c
f ton Farms.
Iln sums froiin Flie HunIldred Dolhu
Six Thoulsand~ Dollars each1.
For further information app)ly to
JNO. B. PALMER & SON,
'or GEO. S. MOWER,
OF. THI.S II1
Two dollars' worth of goods for one almighty
save you one-half of your dollars. We are not a
losing money Is your opportunity, for losing moi
WE REMIND YOU AGIN OF MY
Each one is a direct appeal to you. You are bel
from the store-making it easier for us to deal w
to encourage you to help us, by making it to yet
ception, no uncertaiuty here. Men's collars we
been reading. Four-ply, 20e. linen collars, now
print the words. If they don't go at 12jc. therc
rather think the screws are all right. en's ci
they do otherwise than boom? 40c. cravats now
vats, its the price ! We have an hundred satin i
and twenty-i ve dil'erent satins for 20c. apiece..
account of our Dress-Stuf's-Silk, Wool and
children. Nothing but a store full of buyers t'
let it go. Do you know? We are selling 8ic.
Whatever you find here to-day is cheaper than c
some Brown linen for aprons--halt value-wo'v
Snow-flying time has come. Last week's si
Rubbers 25c. And Flannels ! Now Is a happy
Wool Flannels at just IHALF-IRICE EXACTLY.
most welcome, when you fairly comprehend it,
nel can't be good enough at half price. Will yc
Basket Flannels used to be a luxury-at 65e.
common ?-at 85e I Thirty-flve cents at Cine's,
other stores, and common. We are outdoing oti
years-selling GOc. opera flannels for 33c.' 0, tI
store I Rob-Roy, all wool Plaids, to keep littlc
health in the hint. You may not like to be
Nevertheless, they are facts. Having told them
you pay sixty-flive cents for Rob-Roys at other s
down to $1.00 a yd., 65c. velvets 40c. a yd. Cc
green and black. Does it bewilder you to see ti
yod bargains, big bargains, but there's a reason
the wind is blowing your way. It will change
have told of $1.00 and $1.25 Silks and satins at
3 50c. a yard for any, and all of them, without
3 buy, and buy and look. If you buy you will ke
- it feeds on.
C Decidedly the largest collection of Ribbons i
- say about Ribbons, except : colors you like to
f Tidies! Gooodness-sakes-alive, we'll almost j
I real Linen Lawn in Newberry. 'Twas 40c. a y
U can have it for 25c. to put away for summer.
e Courtauld's $2.25 English Crepe, now $1.25 t
were 10c. a paper, now three papers for 10e. V
for 25c.-no numbers larger than 22.
-BEN H. (
I aedetermined to let thel
Yo cnsave 25 per cent. in the
Ialso have (8) eight cases of m
closed out at a reduction of 25 por
G IF YOU DOUBT TIlS, CALL AM
Remember all my goods are mt
you can see for yourself the differ
I have an elegant sto ckof CLOTI
on hand which I propose selling a
for A beautiful line of Mufflers, Sil
Scarfs and Gloves for the holiday
be lain Street, Newberry, S. C.
Dec 20th, 1886.
t. 4 . T
dollar. Wler u a'e, we'll K
frak of. yott a84ingl us by Outr
toy Is the on) Nta b close up oue
BIAD8 OF B11RtOHN.
n appealed to-ae" tnkink 't ''.";
ii wltale loft. We <are trylin...
ir gain to sQ. Taoro is no de
ve sKid eduth adbout, lif you've
i2je. We need not do more than
's a screwv loose asewherq We
avats are bootning. - e"cottld
20e. We are dot puffing the erati'
ravats of ten -fashionable shape
We meant to print to-day. pA
Cotton,-for women, misse,
be served has prevented- i
)riuts for Ste. Table damaska -
teap. By the way,' if'ycu wait
s got it to sell. - a
tow told it plainly.' Ohildxen'.
:ime for this bit of excel.19n) nlQe~
You to whom this news wil o
will be inclined to think the fla
,n kindly come to-morrow abd-se....
Will they become-shal' we' My
and uncommon sixty-five cents #.
r opera tlannel doings.of fo,pipt,
ore's nothing like it to eloso U.p a .
biight-eyes warrm 33o. 'here'
told these- rldiotilous-price-facto,s
we shall take pleasure in: letting
ores if you like. $1.75 Silk Velveft:
lore navy blue, brown, gar et,
is flurry In prices? True we offer
for every one. Buy flow, 'while
soon. Over and over again We
diecritnination. You will look And
rp on looking. It grows on what
a town. There's nothing else to
see, and prices you .like to pay.:
live you tidies. The only piece .of
ard. Now that w,e close up, you
yard. Milward's Helix Needles
re stop to-day with -a 40c.. Corset
n go, regardless of my for
purchase of 'an overcoat.
an's fine boots th at mus the
ili SEE FOR YORSHE
rked inplain figures and
ence in prices.
HING, SIHOES and HATS
t HARn TIME PRI0ES.
k and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Theis "Newberry Clothier."*"
.Successor to Cloud & Smith