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R . AU1Aj tEmTom.
The absence of the editor in Atlanta
yesterday accounts for the absence of
editorial matttir and any other short,
comings. lie was over to arrange for
the editorial trip to Nashvillo, and the
arrangements woro all satisfactorily
mado and announconont will boinado
to the bt'ethren In a fow days.
Presidnnt Moll(inley hais sIgned t.h
bill appropriating two hundred tlious
and dollars for tho reliof of the flood
sufferers on the Mississippi Valley.
The.bill also provides for the distribu
tion of supplies by the MIssissippi
steamers and other boats, whethor the
supplies are given by the government
or private individuals.
Prosperity Correspontent in Atl,ants.
Wo would lko to call tho att.ent,ion
of the readers of The IHerald and News
to die old legend or story of a lead
miline on Little Mountan. '.'hore Is
only one ma livilig, as far as My
knowledge gois, thut, ever saw any of
the lead. Io is now ovolr 110 years of
ag, and wlenl quIte a young boy, just
ablo to ride bohind his fat,lior anld hold
on, he w0nt, with h1n1 and saw 10His fath
or gathlr soni1 of it and ru b 1u1Ilot,s to
shoot squirrels. Now, why is it that
this mino has beenl lost., anil( whby elnn't,
It be again located? for It. certainly is
Uhere, or gomlothlung t,hat 1.t.akeH Ihe
plACe of lead. i there Is ayorl w0thO
recalls any of the facts or st.orIes in
Connection with this lead minlo 1"i*d
thei to The litald antd News.
We heard a short 1,hno ago wlhilie
traveling ill t.ho Il-vo iitry tlat a cor
tain eitizoll ilmid l111i ,,,sfm ,,1mn of New.
borry was wending his way along olle
of thO 1110111111 Poads al,ovO (reelTIvilie
whoun a beImattiful st-riped (luadruilped
ietildoredllu t Into tLh voad in fIonltof
hi1m and thinking its skin would ho ia
Iice t,roly of his t,riy uniderlook to
kill it. Just, asic d. why it was lie
made hiis compnimon promiso to never
toll on hh1n. (hmess who it, wits and
what anh1nal lie kIlled?
We saw the fatilliar face of Tihe
Herald and News In A tlantia ail
(reenvillo, tind wsi Iliulost, like 11mut
Ing al old friend. I,ong 1111ty it, wave
attid ims mubseriptmi list evoi' g-ow.
Welli (:hps, old 11uan1 Kily ham just,
bmeen ovelr to tibe vity. of A tlaulta, ald
you Sholid hivo beeni 11 wit,h 111111, as lie
Walked ild tl'lkat)el over the VIt,Y with
YtnbO, wIho, at, one t,hme, belonlged ito
The I Ild ittid News MOai. I ld t.ho
pleailro of metiig the 'rosperity
colony, with only one or two exep
ions. Y 1 11n( d his )Ottlr halif arO
jlst 1s jolly as over, and t,len 10bbio
has grown to bo as4 big Ia 11iln as i Is
pp, and runiis ai lilot.ypm for th e 01on
St.it.ution, atid Niss ConI is as liv Iely
as over. 'T'h0n comes 1)oek Ioland,
who is the sm111C O1l dock yet, an11d Will
be t,ill he dies. Ills fuind of jokes on
hinself is ily equaled by (laps, of otir
townt. WVe took dinner untiday wIt,h
hin andl his good wife, whotu, 1 amin
glad to say, is inproving. At t,hurch
Suniday miorning wo shook the hand of
that friend of overy youg man11 ini
1'r'ospierity, ColI. A. 1T. Wh ieeler, who
is as joial anmd goodl nt,tured asN over,1'
antd I talke3 thtis oppotuntliity to remtemt
her hinm to all his old( frIends, comtratdes
uad acquhiaintancLes. Claranice Is grownI
and nearly as largo as his father. NIrvs.
Normtan, (iiiiss N ina WVheeler) Miiss
Lula hMathewvs, Ni rs. MaleI loest.,
Mirs. lilack K ibler, Ni rs. .3 ark Hummner,
Miss Alma S~iuer, and that samto
frohicksomno .laekle, were all seent. We
drove ov'er the cit,y with t hat princee of
good fellows, F'orrest, and wh Io (does
noet kno1w l"Orrest.. lie says his heart
is hack ini old Sout,h C'arolina yet.. Wec
wvonder in whosom keeping? Als 11outr
former assistant, po)stmiaste'r, l. 8.
H artman. WVe d1idl not,1 get to seo0 1 r.
R. C. Kibletr, Malcom, "liillie'" Kinard
nor his sister, NIiss Corrio.
Yes, Chiips, I atuttally mtust ered up
courtago anmd rodo up) to1 the top) of t he
Equitable ltillding, eight, stories hlih,
antd took in the city from its tolp, tand
you just ought to havo seent t,his tcounl
try yahoo. After the tirst, trip it was
such good easy riding thtat 1 just wvant
ed to i'ide and ride, antd it was free at
that, aindt you know when a cuntry
man like myself gets to a city he takes
ini all thte freo things. Say, Chips, (lid
you ever eat a Wintneworst or a ht
tomnolly? They ate ntot free, anti somte
times get, left,. Y'es, Chips, 1 got into
court over thtere, city and county, in,
ferior and superior, upstairs and dowvn
staiis, antd just got mixed up genterally.
There are enough lawyers in A tlantta
to either hang or clear the entire pop1
ulation of that Stato. To go into the
city court, anid wiatch a call, putls youi
in mindtt of a great big crowd at a po
lititcal gathering, .except one mant, t,he
Judge, could stop thte wrangling, 1t
beats old Southt Carolina, all hollow!
(Go over atnd take it in; I just can't tell
you, old boy, whtat, I did see. I (1id
wish for you as I was tramtpintg thtrough
Hobo Hollow trying to lintd Miitchell
Street. O)hi Chips, you just oughtt to
go on~ White Hall Street and look at
the windows. I must stop giv'ing you
any pointers on Atlanta or the ofieo
cat will. get this and -you wvill miss all
this information and get lost whten you
go to "Etklanter" Verbeth sat, old boy.
Why take Johnson's
Chill & Iever Tonic?
Bece4Mseft cures the
suoni Mtgbborn case
. ~p nNLNWAY.
TO REM,P W1I0KET IS AMAINST LAW.
Quart Flak Without 8eE of State Dispon,
ser on it Makes its Owner a Criminal,
E9ven it he rroves it was not
[Speoial to Atlanta Constitution.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., April 7.--Tlho South
Carolina and United States Supreme
Courlts aIre In confilott.
The Stato court Is formed of four
members. If the members dividee.vonly
on an appeal the lower court is sus
tained. By reason of an equally divided
court the Lu)rem11 Court, has r-on)do0red
a dlslo f ( tibe effCt that a man Cau
not keep two and one-half gallons of
whiskey In his hotise for his own per
Ronal ulso withoit the comlssioners'
stamnp upon It, and not lay himself lla
ble to crininal pro8ocution under the
Thie decislon was rendered In the caso
of Anderson Chast,ain, and the jutdg
imont of tile court bolow stands af
Chief Justlco Melver and Associato
Jastico Gary have Illed very stroig
opinions agaiist sustaining tho findli g
of the lower ou(r01t.
.1ibst,Ic J.onies illos tho opinion on tho
other side, it whi-hi AsHoUlate .111t145
P'-)e co!) urII.
Cief t.1 11Mtie olver, in his opinion,
Htat,.4 that fr-om1 1,1he testillolly thostato
(0n1stle14m folind II Ote dwelling house,
wili ef(101da(n11t, Wat] Ib3sent, a t,hr io
gallon jug, o'ntai Ing about two gallons
of corn whisky, whlih was siozed, bo
vitilmo 0,101'41 woro no sti,amp" upon It
from1 the s,atO con nisiH4onerI'. T0here
wIs no ti,stinionly to shIow that tIbo
whi1sky Was for 14110 o any 111IR unlawfIl
pinI'pomo, or th,at, tlIe def(llinIt ,liall eyer
Kold whisky. ()n 13 contrary, the do
fonldanit stated that lie had obtained tho
whisky about t,lhr-co weeiks previously
for IIsH OWII 1e1r-S140a11l 11s, anIld for nO
of,b r imrins1, b L6s -1vwa" InI bad
hit(,hI and nd11 It,; t,hat,hhad nelW IVer
mold any whisky, atid iould iot tell how
11nu1h of Iit he1ha umed bofor'o It Wasl
solzod. It Wiis admnittd,d that, t,ho whis
ky hand not beenll olight fromt ai disn
Iary aIid it, hainlo lit,allpsoil It. i1o con
("llded by saylilg:
"A very un'oful consimlerat ton of this
va4o In all It,H aspects 1ealtd Ilovitably
to t.hlo 4-lnut1111on tliat, the griolunds of
appu 1ealuul, ho sfil"tInIlled. Inlamllach ali
1-.h1s oplaillonl was olriilly pi'epared by
1,h1v r-evenit, dvLollo of tho 811prollnl
('olr, f thie1 liitml sta.iS It I )olalld
vermist scott. 165 1191ted stItatoH 18, am,
111111111nrd, I domil'o to aviil mlysolf of
t,he oppor'tuni,11y llowV pre.olode of ad
ding tIhit, it, HoeI114 t, ho absoluit,cly nev
('1siary to ad1opl, O.hn vonlus11Ion whlloh I
IIv1e Iellmhin ordier to avoid ai con
III(%, wit,hl ,bo dovlHlonl of tho Su1proiml
CourI, of the tiJulted stat,os, Whllehll It,
1111141(, l) C011CMdd I It 11111 1al-bito- of
all (1u1otJonsH involvinig at contrt,'tionl
fir 1bo vost.it,ition of the i itod
11tIloo "ary, In him opinion conllr
rin-1g with t.ho opinion of the chief JIs
1,1c0, Iftl, Ieviowiig the fats of tho
cnmo atid <1( otinig Hovelal seat,lIng of tho
dispeiary9. law applicablo to the vaio,
Hl"tIh:e n, contmlttd that thorn
wYould necessar4111ily3 he some19. timo after'
the lIquor' 9.amo11 into possessIoni of the
pers'onI for hIs owni us1 e hfore hie coud119.
1a1)p1y 1.9. 11. S9.tto commis11sion1er1 for'
the necessary1411'3 cort,lilent, a921( lab.1els, i
It was seIzed becai1c It, dIdl not
have~' the necessary labels, lie was9.
evenil then to he deprived09. oIf t.he
Ilh 1101, l1wov'ide.d lho (could( not, show1 It
was9.1 for 1111 own1'I us14o; but1 in that,.1 01ase
11.hurdeno (of pr1oof wold he upon1 1h1im
t.o sh1o)w1 It, was1 for such purposo05. Any3
other101 'onsHtruc1tion oIf t.he act w1old.
make1(4 a1 person2 a vIola9tor1 (If thel law w~ho
simly~ receive'd as.1 a present, a bottle
a9lt.hough11l It, mIght be hIs IntentIon
fort.hw~ith to apply13 to tihe Stato comI
missioner11.'l for' thle nlceHossary cortlilcatesu
1and. 11abels to aifix to it.. A cons)11true1
tionl con1trary1'3 to (.1.atIwhich we pla~ce
upon01 thle ac9t1 would oven0I matike a person1
29 violator of the lawv who19. took9 a drink
of wh'1iskey unless14 It came11 fr'om the di1s
pou1sary'. We( cannot101 think thIs wasl
the93 intenit,in (of the legIslature, and19.
for t,h105se reasons11 we concu39r inl tho c'on
9'hision)l announ9i1.cd by M9.r. (Chief Jhustico
Aang stNy Has Murrende.led.
Jac9.ksonvi'llie, Fl1a., Apr'il 7.--General
Julio1( Manguiilly' and9. (Co1onel Lachuga,
heai'ring thalt warranl'i.2ts had9. been1 issued
for 1.,h1'eir1 apreeion1i1 on the charlgO of
aIding and1( abott,Ing a Cuban expOditIOni,
surrend21(ered themlvR' es th Is afternoon
to9. the UnIted States oflichilis. They
were' taken02 hoor United States (Com
mlIissione 1?agan and theIr hear'ing was
onItinued0( until Saturday min g.
The In1forma12tion1 was( fur1nshed by Sen
01' lotouls, SpanIsh Vice Consul for'
J1ac.ksoniville, and1( the aflldavlt states 110
tIme or' place0 at whic9h alleged offense
waIs commi11tted.. lie is saId to have
sw1ornI to th11 11infrmationl at the d.ireeO
lion of Minister 9.1 LOmfo of \Vashing
toln. The p1risoners' were remlanded to
thle care of J1. M. Barrs, whlo became
sure'ty for their atipearance oin Satur
Johnson's Chill and FNe
ver Tonic is a ONIG-DAY
Cure. It cures the most
stubborn case of IFever in
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
ALL THE NEWS OW A LIVE AND PRO.
(Special Correspoodence Herald and N .)
The farmers are very busy putting
in their crops.
Gardens are late. No early sonring
beans for some time to come.
Mr. S. K. Folton, of Atlanta, Ga.,
general manager of the Southern Wa
ter Supply Company, was iII town last
weok looking after the Wvoll.
Mr. C. L. Kiblor, who has been in
attendance upon the Baltimore Collego
of Medicine, is home an' has boon
spending a couple (lays with friends in
Geo. II. Wise and Uncle Mike Komp
son wore in town Monday.
Capt.. J. F. Banks was in town Mon
Mis1 Lucy ihuore, who has boon
cashier at, Mosoloy ros. for the past,
year, has gone to her fathor's at Whit.
mniro. Mise Lucy will bo missed, and
--- is disconsolate.
Mr. Andrew Kinard has boon award
od the contrac to paint Mt. ilernon
Luthoran oiirch, Peak, S. C.
Mrs. Lou Cout has recoived hor
now hearso and is prepared to attond to
funerals in the best style.
Wo regret to say that the phyeleians
at the IIospital iII Columbia did not
porform the oporatlon on Mrs. Prod
Hompson, and sie retut'ncd home last
Monday no bottor. It is feared that
she will not rocovor.
Mr. Herman Worts succeeds Mr. S.
). Dulncan at Maffott & C's. Mr.
Duncan becoming a netblr of the
firm of Simpson & Co.
hir-".eIf'. E . Icll lit)pont, its rot,urned
fron hot visit to Go'orgia.
Tle eily fathers have called an elec
tioin for dispetiHar-y or no dispe nsary,
MIPH. .1lu1tico 1'opo ald Mr s. Ceorge
Johnston htve beoIn visiting the family
of Dr. It. 1". Iit,hov.
Mr. J. A. Doiniklet, of KInards, nud
Solicitor setso worO in towi Monday
onl thlir way to Nowborry.
'Dr. Jiacob Whoolor roturned from
Tulati Univursity, New OIlcans, last
Tho Wleat, housti, ocupied by Ktto
Wheolor & Co., hia hbonl placo(d inI po
siillo, and from fronhtilig onl Iroadway
it, now fronts Mai Stroot.
There has boonl munch agitatilon of
tho dispnsary quelstionl hero during
tho past two wooCcs, and it is quite
wari yet. Tihoo have been two tick
ot put in tho fleld asicig for tie suf
frago of our viIZ11ons. The regular
tlcket nominated I)y a citizen's meet
Ing called by the town coutioll onl
March 30,h. Intendant, Capt. HI. S.
Boozor, Wardens, A. iI. Hawkins, A.
0. Wiso, J. 1B. Follers, Dr. H. N. Kib
lor is opposed by i ticket put out by a
muee,ing hol Apr-il 6th. Intendant:
11. S. 11oozor. Wardens: 0. 1'. Harris,
A. M. Lester, J. 11. Dowers, J. 11. Fel
lors. Tie canvas is onl and there is
mlore interest in it thanit thero has beeni
ill a general election for years. Tho
tickets are knownt as the regulars anld
bolters, or as 01n0 man expressed it,
regulars and1( irr'egutlars. Tho ight is
on t,hroo men01. Will tell you whlo tihe
lucky men are inl our next.
At Mt. Tabor church, on the 28th of
March, Drt. hiallmian married M r. J1. W.
Long and Miss Mamlie Shealy, daughter
of Juo. A. Shcealy, Sr. We told you
these hells woulid ring.
Cards ate out, announeinlg the mnar
ringe of our former tOwnlsmIan, Mr. D.
S. Maffett, to Miss Alico Goodwyn, of
F'latonia, Te'xais, April 14thl. We eX
tend hearty congratulations.
Mr'. J. L4. Sease has beon quite sick,
but is improl'vin1g.
Bonnie, a son1 of Mr. S. M. Matthews,
has had a severe case of pneumonia,
but is imprlovinlg, as is also Miss May
Lee llarr'e, wholi has beenl very low for
the past wooek.
The old1 soldiers and sailor's of the
Confederacy living in No. 9 Township
wvill meet her'o Sat.urday, the 10th, to
elect a towniship beard of p)ensioners.
Let them all attend.
New hats and niew diresses are all the
go now. WVe hear'd two ladies plan
ning their outfits, and when asked
what the old man would get, said: "'Oh,
a new. nectie."
On Tuesday on Mr. Jnm. Epting's
pilace, on Saluda river', a negro, Sami
ilawl, was found dead, iIe had been
missing sinice the 27t,h of March. He
had been at wvork on1 tile other sideO of
the rivet' andi told a negro at whose
house he ate supper that lhe was com.
Bridge To Let.
I WILLI 11C AT DUNCAN'S (CIUNRK
necar WV h it'r on1 F"riday A pril 23,
1897, to let contract for huild in gbridigo
lat that. plae. Il'hans and speciticationis
made known on (lay of letting. iTight
reservi'd to reject ainy 0or all bids.
J1NO. M. SCHIUMPERIT,
Ap pil 6, 1897. f.& t. 4tl
The fatnous writor and author
wvill lectture in Nowborry
Ia what he will talk about,
Tickets will be on1 sale at Scholidae
ing ove' to this side. The batteau in
which he crossed was found some dis
tance down the river the next day
loose, and it was supposed he had gone
off and failed to tic up the boat. I1s
people had been expecting to hear
from him at some other point, none
suspecting that he was dead. The
general impression is that in crossing
the boat become unnianagoble, and he
was thrown out a,d drowned, as the
abrasions on his head were thought to
have bon made by the shoals through
which the body passed, as no one en.
tortains the idea v. foul play. He was
The board of diroctors of the Canning
Coiniy, at their meeting Tuesday,
elected A. H. Kohn secretary and
treasuror. The company will pack
largely of tomatoes this season, the
fruit, crop being nearly all killed.
B E IT ORDAINED BY THIM
Mayor and Aldermon of the Town
of Newberry 8 U In council assem
bled and by th1authorit-y of the same.
Soction 1. Th t, fron and after the
p lublication of this ordinance, it shall
be unlawful for any person to obstruct
any of the side walks In the Town of
Newborry by placin goods, wares or
arVhiandime of any khid oi said dide.
walks, for the putrposw of dispa.6ying
such goods, wares or merchandise, or
for anty other 1rIoso.
Sc. 11. ''hat any P01rson violating
the provisions of t.his ordintaneo, shall
be 1liable to a line of not moro than
twonty-live dollars or linprisoninent, fcr
not, more than thil ty days.
IJ1ne and rat,ill0d 11)(i1er the corp orato
seal of the Town of Nowborry,
IHAL]-S. C., on tihis the fth day $4
If. 1t. 1,'VANS,
C. A. BOWMAN, C. & T. T. C. N.
E3 ITr ORDAINED BY TIE
MorI and Aldurnmen of the Town
of Nowherry, S. C., In counil assont
blod and by the authority of tho Pami.
Soct,ion 1. That from and after the
puhlication of this ordlianco all own
emis, and occupants of lots in the said
Town sHa, he I'M UIlOd to 1(001) al )al
ings aIid fellce's alo0ng the sidOwalCs of
aid ToW11, iII sUch rpairM that such
Inalings or fences shall not 10an over Or
across ol' in ay way obst'uct the sid.O
wialks of saii own.
Sec. t1. That anly owner or Occu
pant, of a lot, in the said Town, who
shall refuse or noglect, to reailr or re
11nOVo tnly pallings or fonces obstructing
or lanMIing over or across any of the
sidewalks of said Town, after being no
tilled that, such Palings or fonceos are in
need of roupa. Or reinoval shall be la
ble to a ilino of not Inoro than twenty
livo dollars or I Ini1whionmljnt for not
mocre than thiN'rty days.
Done and rat.lied undr the Corporato
soal of the Town of Newborr'y,
[S-A.jS. (C., on this the 41th day of
ATT,vEST: Mayw. 1
C. A. n3oWMAN, C. & T. T. C.
Usually rich in values follows
our annual stock..taking, just
concluded, andl is an event
looked forwarud to with
b)y t.housands who knowv from
experienco its possibilities to
them, for at no other time can
they garner so desirable and
satisfying merchandise at.
SO LIlTTLE8 OUlTLAY OFi
H-und(reds of bargains, styl-.
ish, useful and pretty are here.
Tap our stock when you wvill its
Rich in Value to the Purchaser.
Solo proprietor of'
f&tly Tum. BREHImVR OF BARGAINs.
Stetson Hats-StiY and Soft.
Brighamn, Hopkins & Co.'s Fine
Straw Hats, Hiess' Fine Shoes.
T1. P. McCutchon's exclusive
styles. Trick Scarfs, 4-In-Hand,
String Ties and Band Bows, Col
lars and Cuffs.
ine D)ress Shirts, Boys' 8uits, Men's
Pants. rLadiea' WVhite and Buttler Col
iired ICid Gloves with emnbroidered
backs 90e. Ladies' Hesiery and F~ab
rue Gloves. Alsom a full line of Men's,
Women's and Children's Sho's and
Oxford Ties. Dry Qoods, Dress Goods,
White Goods, Linen Damnasks, Towels,
Doyhics, Napkins, Ticking, Gin ghams
Prints, Caussim,eres and Cottenades all
at close on to wholesale prices. 'Nou
can save annually from ten to twenty
ive per cent, by trading at our store.
You have the satisfaction of knowingj
that you get the most your money will
buy anywhere when you trade at our
COME AND SEE IIS OFTN.
Jones & Gopeland,
Under Newb~erry Hotel,
INewberry, 8. C., March 81,1897. t. ty
No. Cripe -
When you takc Hoods Pills. Th g, old-a. ou sand *W
Joned, sugar-coated pills, which tear you all to eg ofioo ds, 4Deno
pieces, are not in it with Hoos'S. Easytotake and Wash Goods
Write us1 if yo
H o o d s $ rator-made Suits, Shirt Waists, Curtain*
and easy to operaite. Is trite Wecaralc'seofFmsi9fO
of Hood'S Pills, which are P oll 'women, Children and Men.
up to date In every respect.fll ~
Safe, certain and sure. All E N Ig [fg A.N'rA
druggists. 250. c. 1. iiomi S. jo. 16wlI ffjGfl &I 00I ATLAYI ,Y
The only Pills to tae with ,",d*'Is Sarsap. ' r111 U . GEus. OR OIA
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUMMER. a. W. SUMMr.
The Leaders of }Dealers in
LOW Pics8 " Fiflt-Class goaols
Groceriss, Hardware, Harness, Dry Qoode,
....Shoes and Clothing....
We sell the White Hickory Wagon, one of the best sold in New
berry. Guano, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls.
Don't forget our brands of Flour: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue Bird,
Waterloo, Old Hickory. The best Flour sold for the money in the
county. We have just received a car of fresh Lime. Will sell eheap.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Assets . . . . . $216,773,947
Reserve Fund 1
(4 por cent,. Standaird) I
and all other . . 173,496,768
Liabilities . . .1 9
Surplus, 4 per cent. . . . . $43,277,179
Outstanding Assurance. . $915 102,070
Tho Socioty has paid $253,956,351 to its policy.holders, and m addition
now holds $216,773,947 of Assets (of which $43,277,179 is Surplus),
making a total of $470,730,298. This record covering a period of loss
than 88 years from its organization, is over $212,793,000 more than any
othor company has paid and accumulated within the corresponding period
of its history. The Equitable writes any form of policy the assured may
w ant--Tonti no, Annual Distribution, E~ndowmnent, Gua ranteed Ca sh Value,
Term, any other forms of policies.
Call and see ino before assuring your lives elsewhere.
I think that I can prove to any one that a policy in an 0O(1 Line Corn
pany is the cheapest and safest.
ARTHUR KIBLER, Agent.
SHOW US YOUR
AND WE WILL
Put a Smile On It.
We know what it takes to please, and we
have placed just such things he.re for your
inspection, and the beauty and elegance will
eclipse anything you can find elsewhere.
Your' Easter dress should be selected here,
'Take your wvatch key and knock the end down on a p)iece
of white paper'; now multiply the amoxut of (lust by :365 and)(
you can got an idlea of howv much (dust this little spoon is
carrying imto your watch every year. Now open1 the lids
and tae a shar'pened stick and run aroundl the flanges
(whore the lids-touch the case) and knock it over a piece of
wvhite paper and you may arrest some of the (dust on its way
to the machinery through.the hole at the joint where the
lifting spring cornies through,
Now turn your pocket inside out and give it a thump over white pap)er and
ma eeewhere some ofti utcomies from. The cion of the HearIi
alwaa werin way,the teelandbrass, and it Is a siewt ting it h i
with th is sand btweeni the pivots and jewels of one of tIhn wheels that
revolve wighteen thotusand times every hour cutting the i.ivnt anid jewel
both at the same times, and you can see It Is a miatter of tPiomy to have the
watch cleaned out every v'ear at least. Dust in small prtriei,es of( sand.
f tfDANIELS & CO,
Baigains are going out every d
from the shelves of the. Ra
Goods that wore in stooli yester
are gone to-day, many of which can
net be bought again at the prices
for which they were sold. We are
ordering goods to supply our shelves
again. Some of these goods are
bought at half the cost of produc
The Cash before Delivery ensures
us against loss by bad debts and
givea us the money to use again, so
that every dollar's worth sold on the
Undorbuy and Undersell system is
again invested to meet the wants of
a critical public. Our facilities for
and selling are unequaled.
Thase are so1e of our prices:
1 3d. Garter \VOo, I ineh, 05 ets.
I Boxwood Rule, 2 ft .long, 05 ett.
I doz. Hlatr,ri pin)g pens1, 05ets.
I doz. K id Haip ulel.s. 05etH.
I doz. 1t pinls, 05 ets.
1 'lox Dme Leader Soap, 05ets.
I Bottle Lachine Oil, ()5cts.
I Bottle Shoe Polish, 05 ets.
1 Box Good Blackinlg, 03 ets.
I good 1arlow 10nife, I blade, 05.
I good H1orni C0omb1), 05 ets.
I quire Linen Note Paper, 05 ets.
I pair Ladies' Good Hose, 10 ett.
I Hair Brush, 10 ets.
I bottle Hair Oil, 10 ets.
1 3 qt. Covered Thi Bucket, 10 ets.
I half gallon Tin Cup, 10 ets.
I M ilk Strainer, 10 ets.
I good 2 blade ]arlow Knife, 10 cts
100 1ish H Cooks, 10 ets.
I box Bitterm1ilk Soap, 10 ets.
I set good Teaspooni, 15 ets.
1 set Glass Butter, Sugar, Cream and
Spoon Holders, 35 ets.
I canvas back Account Book, 10 ets.
1il soon have a good lot of Summer
TO SEE OUR
Ever brought to New
ly amid phy,sically--for yasNr
get pasasnee in the shIp that sails t
Shall I show you the way? Pass a
the street till .3 oui comec to a sign w
Enter, if you have no0 more thani a dol
lar, that will start you on the journer.
In sour p)ocket, it is dead. P~ut it n
t he Nav ings H ani and it beOcomes alive,
It beg is to grow, and atttapt others to
Dt o can begin to be a capitalist
Th'iere is no to-morrow. Nothing was
ever done to-mnorrow. Hlow can ybu
expect your "ship to come in' if you
never 501( it out.. The time to launoh
Make Your Start.
TaeNelny an Bo Poor? .
Taecare of the cents and the dot
lars will take care of themselves.
A fter June 1, Bank hours will be
fro , 0 a i t o p.1 i . e e pt on -
venlence of dlepositors fretm 0 a, mn. to
4 p. at. and from' 7 p. mu. to 9 p. m.
J. E. Nonwann, rCa-eiden).~