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d overy Tuehday .and Friday
........, .. e. . .:.... 6 C.
*se .....,....... 5(4 0.
......es. ..; 0c.
110...,.... . .. ...... 500.
.. ... . . $1.00.
bur ............. $5.75.
ur ......... $4.00.
in arfFlour.......$3. 04.50.
. untry. Prbduce.
e Ib ..................... 14@20c.
r dozen ..... ........... 10( 121c.
, abil .................. 1 6 5c.
r briho ...... a5c.
rain st r bushel.. .......... 450c.
in this r bushel .................. 35(j50c.
Ptatoes ................... W " c.
the wi , per b ,.. ........... .. 8c.
of over ed meil, por sack 41.10
Q ... .. 20@25.
......... .... 76( 100c.
T-4es for tilp "I,
schools i' w rint.
VgIess'Inan Latimer asks us to give
ceQtcoe that tbere is a vacancy at West
. t Adilitary Academy for this con
;Xrssional district and that he will
itto thesuccessful applicant at
a cOmpetitive examination to be held
in the court house at Anderson on May
20th next. Mr. Latimer will appoint
t4 oxamining board later. The appli
6ants must be between 17 and 22 years
of age, at last 5 feet, in height, free
from any infe;qtions or immoral diso.
der and well developed phy Ry
They must undergo-an exam o by
a physician here before e16g
the academical examina;in They will
be exanined upon ler '
Arithmetic, Gramn ding, Writing,
ograph N r History and Ge
will bemedical examination
will b coniductod the day previous and
i,h hold by Drs. Nardin and Orr.
rs papers in the 3d district aro re
kue6ted to copy this notice.-People's
1Wr Infants and Children.
The County Alliance of Newberry
County wil fiold its next quarterly
.neetitig on Thursday, April 15tb, next.
By order of District Alliance.
NJNO. C. WATKINS,
Sec. 3rd District Alliance.
Please add to your telephone card
AULL, E. H., (Res!dence) - - - 76
W.ITERWORKS 00MMIS'ES, - 97
Nwherry Telephone Exchange,
16I L. W. FLOYD).
IA "- *"Juet Human."
.Smith of Cartersville
New own as Bill Arp, will
jal o LI ewberry opera house
.iarl to g of April 20. He is
this ph eel
-mornin s~opher and those who
- etters wvill bo glad of
*a hear and see hin.
~ loea Remedy.
~ he lest medicine in the
bowel complaints. It acts
yand can always he depended
and i . -When' reduced with water it Is
.a ant to take. Try it, and like many
others you will recommendl it to your
friends. F?or sale at 25 and 50 cent- per
bottle by W. E. Pelham, Druggist.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Newberry Savings Bank
was held yesterday at the b)ank. All
the capital stock has been fully paid
The 'ollcers made a full statement,
which shows the bank to be in good
* ondition and fho business in fine
The following directors were re
elected for the ensuIng year: Jas. Mc
Intosh, O. McRl. Holmes, G. E. Haw
kins, W. D. Senn, Gleo. S. Mower, R.
C. Carlisle, Jas. 15. Gilder, 13. 0. Mat
Jas. McInt was re-elected presi
dent; Geo. 4'Mower, vice-presidenIt,
and J. E. lwood, cashier.
The bk is comfortably fixed up in
its new ~t'ters and has a fine deposit
A A Rdayit.
ThI .~certify that on May 11th, I
wal .~T Melick's drug store onl a pair
Eaises and bought a bottle' of
berlain's Pain Balm for iniflam
tna .:heumatismn which had crip
pled me up. After using three bottles
I am complietely cured. I can cheer
fully recommendl it.--Ubares H1. Wet
zel, Sunbury, Pa.
Sworn and subscribed to before moe
on August 10, 1894-Walter Shipmoan,
-' J. P. For sale at 50 cents per bottle
by W. E. Peiham, DruggIst.
We are ready to sell you at
veitlowv prices Buist's Prizo
Medal Gayden Seeds. So don't
forget, when you are prepared
to start your garden, to call
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
St"eandl buy your seed.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Next Monday is saleday,
Yesterday was the first day of
Dr. Volgt lectures at the Lutheran
}giuning with Thursday the graded
sphool takes up half hour uarlier.
Jo'es and Copeland have something
impo tant to say to the trade in today's
Mon)bers of the James D. Nance
Camp ftre requesV d to meet on Mon
Mr. xW. H. Carwile' Is now with
.Mimnaigh and will be glad to see his
Don't forgot Dr. VoIgt's lecture at
the Lutheran church tonight. Tickets
on sale at Scholtz's jewelry store.
Mr. J. J Lane Is not only a larg
real estate owner and dealer in ferti
lizers but lie is also one of the -largest
and most progressive farmers and has
already planted cotton and is generally
the first to market.
"Ben Hur, a Tale of the Christ,"
Tuesday ovoning, April 13. This re
cital by Dr. Rogtrs, with 130 fine Stere
opticon views is thrilling and instruct
ive. Reserved seats 50c., gallery seats
25c. Be sure to attend.
. Hon. Arthur Kibler now represents
the Equitable Life Insurance Co. of
New York one of the oldest and strong
est in the United States. Every poor
man should have some good life insur
ance. Mr. Kibler will be pleased to
write you (P.
Sono 1e wrote us from Gary's yes
terba enclosing 75 cents in postage
Pt Eps and asking that we se,nd blank
liens by return mail. The letter is not
signed and we do not know to whom to
send. Please send us your name and
the liens ivill be forthcoming.
We direct attention to the card of Mr.
Thomas F41. Harnion in another column
in reference to fire insurance. He
represents a home enterprise and there
is no reason why it should not be sup
ported by our peoplo and our money
kept at home.
Rev. W. E. Barre; who is pastor in
charge of Conway Circuit of the south
Carolina Conference M. E. C. South,
with residence at Conway in Horry
county, met with a painful accideut
last week by having his arm factured by
his horse running away and throwing
him out.-Lexington Dispatch.
"The Land of Scott & Burns" is the
title of an illustrated lecture to be given
by Dr. Rogers, of Washington, D. C.,
in the Newberry Opera House, Wed
nesday evening, April 14. Tho La
dies' Missionary Society of the Presby
terian church will sell the tickets. Ad
mission 50e. Children half price. Gal
Dr T. W. Wier of Laurens lost his
dwelling last Saturday by fire. Caused
by accident it i supposed. Dr. Wier
is a brother of Mrs. Mattie Glenn of
our town and the building that is burn
ed is the old family residence-an ante
bellem house of ten rooms. -The loss is
heavy as there was no insurance. Mrs.
Glenn wecnt over to visit her brother on
Mr. andl Mirs. Sol B3rown of Atlanta
are visiting the latter's p)arents Mr. and
Mrs. J. Mittle. Mr's. Brown wvill re
main until after' Easter.
Mr. Wmn. Johnson will leave tomor'
row for-Char'leston as juror in the UT. 8.
Senator Cco. S. Mower wvent to Col
umbia on Wed nescay On pro0fessional
Rev. A. C. Wilkins, of Ncwbei'ry, is
in the city and will remain during the
B, Y. P. U. convention. Mr. Wilkins
will enter upon the p)astor'ate of the
Batesbuirg Baptist Church about the
middle of April.-G reenville Moun
Mr. lFrank Mayes, of A ndei'son, is on
a visit to Newberr'y.
Col. Gee. C. H-odges, of Greenwood,
is in the city.
Mr. Jno. T. Coleman wvas over fi'om
Newberry to Hickoi'y Grove Sunday.
John is a model young man, andl one
who deserves evoiry inch of the inci'eas
ing popularity he has gained in New
A Yankee D>rummer.
The play has an intensely interesting,
well defined plot, and the motive is a
strong one, though driawn on natural
and human lines.
There ai'c n Qimpossibilities in the
piece, yet tihe climaxes ar'e startingly
real and powerful. Aside fi'om p)ath.etic
incident and scene nlecessar'y to make
a good story, tile comedy features have
been given especial prominence. The
very amusing and chief comedy i'olc of
Simon Hummer, a green Yankee sales
mail, is a splendid char'acter' study of
American ''check" and never. Nothing
ever phases Hummer. Hec remains un
daunted always. HeI gets into all manl
ncr of scrapes and ludicrous pre'dic
aments, yet comes out with flying col
or's. Mr. JTones' nmethlods ar'o at all
times strictly legitimate. Hie avoids
''horse p)lay" and clowning most scr'upu
lously, and rel ies only upon his native
talemnt and great versatility. Musical
and dancing specialties ai'e interspersed
during the performance. Special
enery is cai'ried, which adds greatly to
Tile p)lay will be pr'esentedl at the
Newber'ry opera house on Mondlay,
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics wvhen (InOVE'S TASTELESSOIU1LL4
TONIC Is as pleasant as Lemon Sym'up.
Youri druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case whore it fails
to cure Pricn fiO cntns. f. 1 y.
Save the'tther Trees.
There is a difference of opinion as to
the action of the Council in cutting
down the trees on Main Strcot. Some
persons say that it improves the ap
pearance of the street and makes it
look more like a city. We confess our
like for and predisposition to the trees
and do not believe theywould havo inter
ftored with the electric lights. Howev
cr, we shall be satiefled 'with the cut
ting of the trees If it does not cxtend
beyond Main street and the businos por
tion of the town, but h6yond tha we do
not think it should go. And as to
that they are now all \lown and could
uot be replaced under 25 yosrs if it were
desired anid there is no uso now to pro
But we plead with the Mayor to save
the balance of the trees. Al least wait
until the electric light people come and
then only cut and trim where it is nec
The cutting out of the trees on Malt
street makes it look widor and gives a
clear view from the railroad to the
Mower corner and beyond and shows
prominently to view the signs and old
sheds in front of riany of the stores.
These, however, we understand are to
come down also and no signs will be al
lowed across the sidewalks and that the
merchants wil be required to ke0p
their goods inside their stores and not
do business and display their wares on
the sidewalk. In many instances tIiat;
will be an improvement.
But in any kvcnt save the trees on
the other streets.
During the winter of 1893, F. M. Mar
tin, of Long Reach, West Va., con
trWted a severe cold which left him
with a cough. In speaking of how lie
cured It he says: "I used several kinds
of cough syrup bjut found no relief until
I bought a bottle of Cihamnherlain's
Cough Remedy, whilch relieved me al
most instantly, and in a short time
brought about a complete curo." When
troubled with a cough or cold use this
remedy and you will not find it neces
eary to try several kinds before you got
relief. It io beetn iti the market for
over twenty years and constantly
grown In favor and popularity. For
sale at 2.5 and 50 cents per be tle by W.
E. Pelhaum, Druggist.
Columbia Bicycles for sale. Tires
on Ladies' Wheels inflated and exam
ined free of charge. Repairing of all
kinds. F. A. ESCHUMPERT,
f. tf. Agent.
If you waint ai good shave for only 10c.
jttst go to J. H. Hair's Tjonsoriatl Pn --
Ionr. All the latest styles in hair dress
ing. The first and only white .barber
in town. Main strect near Depot.
'JTh umo,nd (Gets Han.
[Special t.o The State.]
Edgelield, March 31-Solicitor Thurr
mondl isjn tine streets thnis evening. HeI
was bailed at Aiken today, $5.000 bond
being nrequired. Solicitor Bollinger
represented the State.
TIIE 1L BOND GIVEN.
Edgofield, 31.-Upon tine return of
hnis attorneys fromn Aikcin this after
noon Mr. Thnurmnond gave boind before
tine clerk of Court in tine sumi of live
thousaind dol lairs, and was imm nedliately
released from jail. H-Iin bondsman are
A. E. Padget.t, 0. 0. Burnett, and S.
B. Mays. It is said here thnat he will
p)erform 1his ollcial duties at Court next
Ourues to Stany Oured.
Thousands of voluntary certificates
reeivedi durIng the~ psst fifteen years,
certify with no uncertain sound, that
Bot anic blood Balm, (B3. B. B ) will
cure to stany curedl, Rhoumatismi. Ca
t.armh, Ulcers, Sore.-, Blotches, anid tine
most malignant blood and skin dIs
eases, Botanic Blood Bairm is the re
sult or forty yoars' expewrlence of an emi
nent scien tifle and conscienitot a phy
sIcian. Send stamp i for b~ook of woni
dlerful cures, and learn whIch is the
bees, remedy. Beware of substi tules
said to be 'Just as goe d." and buy t he
long-tested aid old r]ilable,- Boitnanic
Blood( Balm, (B. B. B.) Price only
$1 00 per large bottle. For sale by
dIruggiete. Address Blood Balm Co.,
WOR?T/ HKNC WING!
Thliat a bottle of Our Owni
Electric Li ni ment wvill remove
all pains, aches andl stiffness
from tile jOinIts.
That a bottle of Saluda
Croup Oil will cure the most
obstinate case of croup, and1
also,prevent a threatened at
IThat one b)ottle of Robert..
son's Oompound Oouigh Syrup
will give immediate relief to
Coughs, Asth ma, Bronchitis,
andc all other diseases of the
lungs and throat.
The above mediici nes are
colnipou nded of the lpurest
drl1ugs andl with tile greatest
care at Rlobertson & Gilder's
Phlarmacy. -t.&f. ly
A PlVSICIAN TAKES rOISON.
Dr. Allen Kinard, Living Near Lone Star,
[Special to The State.]
Eliorce, March 30.-Dr. Allen Kin
ard a well known physician residing at
Mr. James H. Hipp's, near Lone Star,
just eight miles above here, committed
suicide by taking an unknown poison.
Dr. Kinard was found in his room last
night about II o'clock by Mr. Hipp in
a dyinm condition. Dr. M. J. D. Dant.zler
of this place was immediately sent for
and reached the bedside of the unfor
tunate man about 2 o'clock this morn
ing, but was unable do do any good.
Dr. Dantzler remained with him un
til 8 o'clock this morning but Dr. Kin
ard did not die until 3 o'clock this after
noon. A note was found in his room
directed to his father, stating that life
was no pleasure to himt and that he in
tended ending it.
Dr. Kinard's wife died about a year
ago and it is thought by some that this
caused his troubles. His wife wias a
daughter of the Rev. J. 1). Iouiles, who
was onco past6r of Ellorce Lutheran
church. IIs fathor lives at Or near
Lecesville. His remains will be sent
to Lecsvillo tomorrow. Mr. Hipp has
telegrapied to Dr. Kinard's father and
has made all arran gements for the sad
trip. The sympathies of the entire
community go out to the bereaved
Whether on pleasure bout, or busi
ness,takeon every trip a bottle of Syrup
of Figs, as It acts most pleasantly and
efi'et-talily on the kidneys, liver, and
bowels. preventing fevvrs, headache!q,
and other fornmR of sickiess. For sale
in 50 cent and f. bottles by all leading
druggists. Manufactured by the Call
fornia Fig Syrup Company only.
Charles K. Harris
But we are not after the ball,
we are after your trade; we don't
want the whole earth, but we con
foss we would like a large portion
of it. Try us for Groceries, Fruits,
Candies, &c. We will save you
money. COUNTS & DICKERT,
Lower Main St., near Depot.
Now is the time to strengthen
the system in order to resist inva
sion of disease that stealthily at
tacks during changes of weather.
Spring Tonics are in order. Pel
ham's 8arsaparilla (large bottles
only 75c) braces the system, puri
fies the blood, produices appetite
and promotes health.
'i-_O Physicians' prescriptions
prepared by competent pharna
cists at lowest prices at
Of tho conldilion of the Nowborry Savigs
Baull of Iow1horry, 8, 0,, 'at the close
of busliness M4arch 31st, 189'1, pmblished
1ll conforllilty withl all Act at' the
Loans................. . ......100,725 26
Safe and vault fixtures .... 1,300 00
D)uc from banks ........... ... 3,083 58
Over driafts................... 39 28
Cash.... ..... .. ............ 10,890 74
Capital stock...............$ 50,000 00
1x ponsos paid .... ......... 6,503 041
Dividends unp)aid.:... 148 50
Deposits.. ................ 59,387 312
Personally appeCared before me, J. E.
Norwvood, Cashier of the abiove named(
B3ank, who swecars that the above state
ment is correct to the best of his knowl
edlge aind belief.
J. 1'. NORWOOD),
Swornf to beforec me this the 1st day of
[r.. s.] A pril, 1897.
FRANK( L. BYNUJM,
N. P. for s. C.
GExo. S. MowEn.
.JAMIES K. GIi,DER.
N OT1ICIC IS HIER1BY. ,GIVEGN
that application will he :made tc
lion. Richard C. Watts, judge priesid
ing in the Seventh .Judicial Circuit at
Spartanburg, S. C., on Friday, the 9th
day of A pril, 1897, for an order app)oint
lng W. W. H-odges, Probate Judge for
Newberry County, the general guar
dian for Mary M. Franklin, a minor,
That the estate to which the said minoi
is cntitled, under thc wvill of her grand
motheri, Mairtha Harp, deceased, is 01
the value of six hundred and forty-sia
March 24, 18(67. f. 2t
Notice Is hereby given that ap)plica
tion will be made to Hon. Richard C
Watts, judge presiding In the SeycntI
Judicial Circuit at Spartanbur'g, S. C.
on F'riday, the 9th day of April, 189)7
for an ord(er' appointing W. W. llodges
Probate JIu'lgo for Newherry County
the general guardian of D)aisy I. Fran k
lini, a minor. T1hat the-estate to wvhicl
the said1 minor is entitled, under th
will of her grand-motheir, Marth
H-arp), decceased, is of the vulue of sI
hundred andI forty-six 95-100 dollar's.
March 24, 1897. f. 2t
pAM aO ENO. 8,. F.
A REGULARCOXMMIU N ICATIOI
of Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F.1N
I wIll be held next Monday evening e
8 00 o'clock, In Masonic 11ell. VisI tin
birethbren cordIally welcoined.
1-1. 0. IH OOF, WV. M.
J. Ni. M. I'(INA sm' 84tara'
Celebrated for Its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forilm of
adulteration commoni to the eliap
ROYAL BA (IN(l P0%WDiH!.,NEW YORK
inpreaeioni of a Iriir Violtor frion Phili
Miss Florence E. Todd, of I'hiladel
phia, Pa., is visiting friends and rela
tives in our county. Miss Todd's
mother, a forme, Newberrian, married
1;efore the war and settled ii Ihilaidel
phia, where they now reside.
Miss J'odd is vivacious, a brilliant
conversationalist, and altogether, to u1s
a common phrase, a charming 'young
This is Miss Todd's first, visit to tho
South and she is enraptured with its
scencry and balmy sunshine, and do
lights to roam over the hills and dales
of the Broad River section of our
county, where the childhood days of
her.Imother were spent'.
Miss Todd will remain in (ur coutnty
about two weeks longer. She was very
Muchi surprised to soo "such beautiful
stores in a town the size of Newberry"
and says that while passing Mr. .1. .1.
Lane's handsome block on Main street,
she was just the least. bit, doubtful
whether she was in Newberry, S. C., or
walking up Chestnut, street. in Phila
A ('omaing Eve.t.
All readers or signs antid auglries an11d
the Newberry newspapers, deolare thr.t
the alppiroaching meeting of thc Sout.h
Carolina Press Association in that city
will be a most, brilliant and splendid itaf
fair. Mr. Aull, the president of the as
sociation, has permitted the inpression
to go out that Newberry will entertain
the editors in a inanner that not even
the descriptive powers of the editor of
the Edgelizld Chronicle, Major nacon,
will be able to justly treat, and it may
be fairly taken for granted that each
iemblier of the craft will at, least during
the Newberry visit live like i Wall
street pluttercrat. At this mueting of
the association tile illost eloq t11li of ad
dresses will be delivered by l"Ix-Senator
Walsh, of Georgia, who is celerated
equally for the good things he iays and
the good thi!ngs he does. The News be
lieves that not one of tho South Caroll
na editors will be abseti from the New
berry - continluous- three -days- banqunet
and we shall necithier be sulrprlis'ed nor)
grieved if the- e is a general susnension
of put>lishilng nlewspapers in South Car
olinla duing thlat, hieav'enly time. --
Ulsually rich in values follows
our annual sto)ck-tqging, ,just
concludeCd, andi is ani event.
looked forwvard to w ih
by thlousands who know from
experiencoe its p)ossibil ities to
t.hiem, for at 1no o)therC time can
they garne1r so (1esirable and1(
satisfy inlg moehand1ise at
80 LITTLE OUTLAY OIF
H-undred1C(s of b)argai ns, styl -
ish, useful and1 pretty are here.
Tap ourstock when youi will its
Rich in Value to the Purchaser.
Sole p)roprietor of'
f&t ty 'Vita nlijivi 1)F HAIRIA INS.
TIake your watch key and
of wvhiite pape~r; nlow multiply
you cani get an ideCa of how
carrying into youir watch eve
and take a sharpenedl stick
(where thle lidls touch the east
whlite paperl and1( you imay arr'
to the malfchineryl thrioutgh tbi
lifting sprinig (cone0s thirough.
Now tilr' yl our polcke It inside ont san
y ou may set, where somet of tis dust c<
is always wearIng away, tilt' stiot anmd
with thils sandO h. Iwn Wttithe p' its a
revolve e ighIteen IheisadtiS Iine eS v
both at the nmte t Imeo, amt you tann se'
watch cleaned out eveiy y ear at least.
f i D4AN18IEPL
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TlE NEWS OF A LIVE AND P110
[apecial col respondtnco Horald and News
PRO14-1nrY, S. C., April 1, 1897.
hiss Mario Bobb, who has boon In:
1ltithnore perfecting herself in the
milliniery art, retturned homo Sunday.
Miss May Lee Barre has been quite
iII for the last week. We hope to se<
her soon recovered.
Ml. A. 11. Kiohn wcnt to Atlanta
Master 1clnnie, the son of Mr. Sini
Mathis, is quite sick with pneumonia.
The town is quito stired up on the
dispensary question. The ladies of all
tho cliurlies held ai meeting at the Lu
theran church Tuesday oveiing. They
ire enideavoring to prevent its coming.
We hope they will succeed.
,nit remaitis or i'. Allen Kinard
were broight lro 'ullesday. amtid fr-omil
here taken t) h1is home in -Idgelield.
Ile was practiing at .on3 Star, Or
angeburg County. ie committed sul
c1do by taking morphine. Ho 'was
known and respected by all the people
of this eonmnuinity.
)r. Jlo. It. Langford of Swansca
mad,e a flying trip here the latter part
of last week.
.tev. Kirkpatrick, who ,has been vis
iting in I ,aCMaste', retuirned homn1
'ir. David DeWalt Came home from
the South Carolina College for a little
reercationl last wcck.
To-day is A pril lool's Day.
Alrs. Lou Cout,ilts has p1urchased a
handsome new 10111se.
Mr. Johni Iarre came home ftom
W ith a better understanding of the
transient, nature of the inany phys
'cal ills, which vanish before proier ef
forts-gentle effort:-pl easant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so nuy forms of
sickness are not due to ainy actual dis
ease, ulit siiply to it constilpated condi
tion of the systuin, which the pleasant
family Ilaxative, Syrupof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who valuo good healtih. Its beneicial
elfects are diue to the fact, that itis tihe
one remnedy which promotes internal
cleanliness vithout, debilitating the
organs onl which it acts. It is therefore
all import4ant., in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to I.te wohen you pur
chase, that you have the gentuine arti
cle, vhiich is 111manufacturled by the Call
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only land sold by
all replutable drluggists.
If in) the etnjoymetnt of good health,
and the systemt3 is regular, laxatives or
other remtedies are' then not needed. II
afflicted wvith aniy atuattl disease, one0
may 1)e commndeod to the most skillful
p)hysicianls, but if int need of a laxative,
01ne should1( have t,he hest, and with the
wven -in formed everywhere, Syrup o1
Figs standIs highest andto is most largely
usedo and give mor30't generaI tl statisfacttion,
A bb TllIe
TO COME TO THEIB
TUESDAY, March 23d
Onock tile end( dlown Oin aI piecC
tihe UlniounIt of dlust by 365 alth)
miiuch dulst ti s little sp.onli
ry' year. Nowv open the lid
and1( 11ull UIonild thle llRnge!
"A and knock it over a piece o
est some of theC dust on its~ waa
d gIi it a thumnp over white paper an
mwtt0 fromm. The frict ion of t he gearinj
brass, antd it. is also getting into th) ol
md jewels of one of the wheels tha
a'ry hour'(L utting theo pivot and1( jewe
e it Is iiatmatter of e'cionmy to have i'h
Dust is smalsl particeles of sandio.
; & Co.
Is filled again
with the most desira
bi and newest goods
afforded by the North.
ern makets. Our
buyers are j ust return
ing from New York,
Philadelphia and Bal
timore with the
choicest selection they
could possibly make.
In Wash Fabrios
there is simply no end i
to the variety.
we have everything
that the most fastidi
ouis could wish.
|Styles range from
the dainitiest checks
to the large, hand
some patterns so much
in vogue now.
WVe carriy.the cele..
-CENTS' FlNE GOODS.
We have selected a
beautiful line of col
01rs and1 shapes.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Weare vef confident
that we have the best
in style and finish to
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