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C or ! e I . .
Oats, per b4
T urke. per '
Wynn's Bargan Store.
t5 p o l , I .. . . ... ..
40-inch \\'in ~
length 3;-ilnch \\ U'r
5e at Wynn's liarr
Cest quai v L
200 andt (5iai\ ' oing at
2(X nd 21' .1 \ rgain Store.
A a lin UI,Oig Corset 7Oc to
6 0 ....t.. . . t.
ne il in Cutting Your Corn.
C d that the death of the Gr
1man8master General-Dr. Von Ste
Wcaused by the cutting of a
con tresulted first in the amp)uta
tion of the toe and later of the leg, but
soon after the operations hc died.
$2.50 Drew, Selby & Co.'s
Ladies' Oxfords at S1.75, now
goods, at Mimnaugh's.
JT. W. Receder's is the place to buy
your hoes. f- :"t
aitronizo lno Talent.
"'Hetween Two Fires'' will be pre
lented by the Newberry Guards at the
opera house to-night (Friday, A pril E1).
The play is above the average that is
presented to the people of Newberry.
So let's pack the house, encourage
home talent and see a play that is
worth more than the ad mission.
WVhy will you buy hitter nauseating
tonics when UROVE'S T 'ASTELESS C'iilI'
TONIC is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to rmefund
the money in every case where it fails
to cure. Price 50 cents. f-ly
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ox
fords in any style from 50c to $2.50 at
A lea for the lrds.
We have long desired a crusade
against the cruel and wanton destrue
tion of.blrd life, and we arc very glad
to see that some of the ladies are mov
ing in this matter. There are many
reasons why the little birds should he
protected, and we sinaerly trust that
Christian .women, at least, will dis
countenance the use of all feathers
dsave thoen of the ostriE---Supo their
-Those who are troubled wvith rheuma
tism aould try a few appliCetions of
Chamberlain's Pain Bahn, rubbing the
parts vigorously at each pplietion. IfI
that does not bring relief dam'en a
piece of flannel with Pain Balm and
bind it on over he seat of pain and
prompt relief will surely follow. For
sale by W. E. Pelhanm, Driuggist.
A full line of Driew, selby & Co. finc
Oxfords at M unnaugh's. f.tf
T 1he time of year has arrived now
when the merchants shouldl begin their
early closing and give the clerks a lit
tle tine for recreat,ion and1 to spend
with their families. The stores could
be closed at six o'clo.ck from the first
of May until the first of September
with no loss to the merchants and with
much plea.sure and profit to the clerks
and In fact to the merchants them
Let the merchants get together at
onmc and agrc< to the early closing and
start it out next week, Saturdays of
For Infants and Children.
saSuth o erapper
Your Prescrip1tion Business.
You as good and as Careful
service as 28 years Exporience
can give, and
Pure Drugs at Reasonabk
Pharmacists on the Corner.
VAt1OU1H AS) ALM ABIOUT.
Tomorrow is the first of May.
'Eotween Two Fire" it the opera
not forget. the pienic at. Kinard's
enry H. Kinmard is rehuilding
Cling at the samo place on
he old one stood. ,
Monday is saleday but we rave
sales in this county by court
and none tire advertised for
got.dates somewhat mixedl again
luesday's paper. "Lietween - 'wo
' will be presented tonight at the.
1' n-1 -. L3onham, of Anderson will
m: r' the adrtIess on Memorial Day
-* (. it.n Bonliam has many frit nds
N1_wbcvr who will be glad to i.ave
amt)es D. Nance Camp will hold
ti at I .e court house on MoN
a i a. Iml., when the prograul for
"r,ial Day will be ebipleted and
iF'ed. Ii will he im1blisheld oni Tties
Geo. A. Wright who has been
"o the past three months pur
,Ia coulrse inl the Theological semi
ai I Louisville, retulned to huis
inebry yesterlday, aidI was
td a Ist of friends.
lkobr,t A. Miai'sh at one time a
nt of N e College has re
radulted in medicino at the
-f lVysicitns an(I Surgeons in
qe.and lI as locatedI at dgefield
-ract ice of h is profession.
scribers to the capital stock
U.~t 'arolina Manufacturing Com
will Meet at National Bank on
May 5th at, 3.301) p. Ill., for tihe pul-pose
of organizing and electing directors
and so forth. The stock has all been
New line of Drew, Selby & Co.'s
Fine Shoes and Oxfords, Black,
Tan anu. Ox Blood, at Miminaugh's.
Piof. Harney L. Jones is hoinc from
Mr. .1. Loehlof Atlanta is in Newberry
M r. Iomniv Cook is visiting relatives
A\1. -. C. 11iar.d in retilrned on Thrs
(ay frn a trip to Norti Carolina.
Mrs. .1. \'. I Iu m11bert, of Yorkville, is
spendilng a few days in Neberry oin a
visit to latives on her return from a
Iissionlary nwetilng at Athens, (I.
Dr. 0. i' Nlayv. of Newberry, Onle of
the imost "millit physicianils in the
State, was inl the city vesterldao Oil his
way to 'nion to atten( the State Medi
ieil As3ociat ion.-- Spartaibirg Herald.
Oxfords, all styles and colors, at
.W. \\. R'tlt.l will sell you) Soda ten
pounds for 25 ets. f. :m.
The Work ol water works is pro
gr'essing nicel y. T1he p)ipe and hy5
diranits andu pumpsI arell here' and1( the
pipies ai'e being banuled and( (1istr'ibuted.
lExcav'ation tot'r ihe pipes and thc laying
of thenm has also commeinced. The
fouindattioin for the sttand pipe has beeni
dug out. Tile power- house is going upl
very fast and the excavation for the~
cistern is nearly comnpleted. In fact
the work is progressing as r'apidly as it
74c and 10c Embr'oideries.
Mi'. JFno. F. Livingston, of whom it
was5 anuOn ced recenlt ly that ihis coni
neetionls with the Seiaboat'd Air Line
had been ser'vedl, r'eturnted to the city'
last, niight, from Nash vi lle. where lie
had beeni on1 buinesst' for thatt r'oad. Hie
that fromll no0w onl his etirte timeuld. VOi
be giv'en to the ( oihunhia. Newberry'
and( Laurienis railt'oad, which he has totr
WVheni with t he Sealboard'( Air' LIie ho
still worked tot' the ('olumbuia, New
berry and1( Laur'ens railroad, whlich
after a short tiriailihe found would not
do, llene lhe gave ill the fotrmer to
devote is t 11me1 to the latte.-(ohumn
bia State, A pil 21.
(G5e Ventilatingo Corsets now
4I8c at im~inaug"h's.
Don' watoyu ony h a
1Ont pricstae you utey te liyi
t,he hiightest, ''n till our1 Medicities, Oils,
Colognes, Seeds, Soaup, L4amps, etc.
Ask tot' pi)ices it
Tihe lec.turie last, niigh t by Rev. Drt. P.
S. Hentseni on I"ioo5l5 as'er'y good In'
(deedh. Hie deribed the diffierent kinde
of fools and dre maF nuny let.urles that
wore true to life andl( closcd by describ'
inig the gtreatest of fools as the maun
who htath sidc iln his hecart. there Is tnC
(God. For' near'ly two hours lie enter"
tained, amunised andti intrtedFti. It was
a rare treat to hiave heard him.
The Recent StorA ajRd Floods in tihe
We rive place in this issnuo to the
latest news about the storm--swept and
flooded West. The accounta are per
fectly heart-rending. While the
MisSissippi Valley and adjacent sec
tions still sUITfer, a mighty deluge hats
descended upon Guthrie, and a oyclonu
upon Elreno, Okla. We clip the fol
lowing extracts from. the Associated
Press items of the Register:
' Elreno, Okla. April 28.-For the first
time since the white man settled in the
Canadian Valley, twenty-nino years
ago, t)As morning's sun sent its rays
over an Oklahoma sea. The final
storm atinid flood came as a fitting cli
max to a week of unusually heavy
rains and damaging floods.
A flore . storn :Saturday tore out
sewers an' moved small buildings.
Saturday at midnight a hurricane,
blowing forty-six miles an hour, drove
blinding sheets of water through the
roofs of the poorly or already damaged
house'a. People were driven in terror
to their storm collars and caves and
spent the night in momentary expec
tation of being borne away by stormor
Sunday dawned bright And clear.
but yesterday noon another deltge do
scended. By 6 o'clock the rainfall
amounted to over five inches. A huge
black cloud was observed moving to
ward the city from the west.
Then cries of "get under ground'
arose on all sides and the streets were
soon filled with running, shouting peo
ple, seeking cave or collar. Stores and
homes were deserted and the people
huddled together awalting the blow.
Theo centre of the storm passed over
southeastern corner of the town, strik
ing the hills across the valley, wreck
ing all it touched.
Lightning struck the spirc of the
Presbyterian Church and totally de
stroyed it. The school house for col
ored children was struck at 3 o'clock in
the afternoon, the structure shattered
and about fifty pupils more or less in
jured. Among the more badly injured
ar: Eva Clauston, Bertha Turner,
Charles Water and Beulah Clauston.
I he latter was paralyzed. Several
other houses were struck by lightning
but no one was killed. Further West
the lightning killed much stock. The
electric light wires went down and the
town was in darkness last night. Re
ports from surrounding towns are miei
gre, as telegraph wiros are down and
trains have all been stopped onl account
of washouts. It is known, however,
that many homes have been washed
out in towns adjacent to Elreno and it
is feared many lives have been lost.
West of here Frank Thompson and tL
sixteen year old son of Isham MeGrif
lin were drowned.
Big lot of Umbrellas and Para
sols half price at Mimnaugh's.
About one hundred names have beet
signed to petitions asking a mieeting
of bicycle riders and those interested
in good roads to form a bicycle clut
and see if something could be done tc
improve the roads.
Those who signed the papers anid all
interested, including the ladles, are In.
vited to attend a meeting at the dining
room of the Newberry .hotel on Mon
day evening at 8.30 in order to perfeci
This is a worthy undertaking and
thero sh)ouldi be a full meeting.
Salter, Photographer, has had thc
interior of his gallery p)ainted and r-en,
ovated throughout, and has just re.
ceived one of the late implroved New
Yor-k Studio Outfits. lHe Is now bet
ter p)repalred than ever before to - mnak
ing photographs in till the latest style:
of finish. f&t.2t.
Columbia Bicycles for sale. Tirel
on Ladles' Wheels inflated and exam
ined free of charge. Repairing of al
kinds. F. A. BorIUMPERtT,
f. ti. Agent.
WOR?T H KNCWING~
TIhat a bottle of Our Owr
Electr-ic Liniment wvill1 remov
all pains, aches and stiffnes
from the joints.
Thiat a bottle of Saluld
Croup Oil will cure the mos
obstinate case of croup, an<
also prevent a threatened at
'That one bottle of "Robert
son's Compound Oough Syrui
will give immediate relief t
Coughs, A sth ma, Bronchitie
and all other diseases of th
lungs andl throat.
TJhe above medicines ar<
comlpoun)ded of the pures
drugs and wvith tile greates
care at Robertson & Gilder'
Pharmacy. t, f. 1y
Ebcersion to Columbia.
An exourilon will be run from New
lorry to Columbia on Friday May 7 by
Mr J. P. Cook. Leave Newberry at
7:30 a. in. over C. N. & L. and arrive in
Columbia at 9:30 a. m. Returni ng leave
Columbia at 6:30 'p. in. and arrive in
Newberry at 8:30 p. In.
Fare for round tri 75 cents; ii
dren 50 cents. Sane price from Pros
pority and Little Mountain.
Tickets on sale at Prosperity by M r.
J. A. Hunter, and at Newberry by
Mr. E. Cavenaugh.
A tine opportunity to visit. Columbia
at sn1iall cost.
Hum Atenl ItOm.
The farmers are getting along nicely
with their planting, though thb ground
Is dry and hard.
Some cotton is cominig up.
Some of our roads are being worked
this week: they certainly need it.
Well, there it; one thing we want and
hope we can get it at an early day. It
is a public road dirget from Jalapa to
Beth leden church, and from Beth
Eden to B. Cannon's, near Lebanon
church. We believe that every one
along this line will favor it and would
be benetlted. We hope some one will
put the ball in motion and let us have
the desired road.
Miss Bessie Sligh is on a visit to
Mr. Dan Wicker and family from'
Ninety-Six spqnt a few days at their
old home last week.
Mr. L. A. Hawkins went to Pros
perity a few days ago on business,. le
has a lot of new sheet music at reduced
Mr. Joe Dominick's infant son was
buried at Beth Eden on the evening of
the 26th instant.
Some of our young people went fish
ing last Friday but they did not bring
in any fish. They perhaps fished on
dry land. We hope they will do better
next time. LOLA.
The place to buy your Molasses at
20, 25, 35, 40 and 50 ets. is at .. W.
Reeder's. f. 3m.
Jolly Street Dot8.
Well, Mr. Editor, news is searce
around here in these diggings at pres
The farmers here are planting cotton
seed. Some of them are pretty well
Mr. P1. B. NIlesor and Mr. G. 11.
Livingston went fish striking last Fri
day night. Their success wats great,
for they killed three. Go once more,
boys, and then quit.
Mr. Ira Livingston has been confined
to his bed with chills and fever, but
we are glad to state that he is up again.
Mrs. Marie Riley (lied at her son-in
law's on last Wednesday morning, aged
79 years, i months and 11 days. She
was laid quietly to rest In St. Paul's
Mr. J. H. Livingston and Mr. P. 13.
Ellesor went coon hunting last Satur
day evening. They killed four pretty
good boy's. I wish you would kill them
D)annie the s0on of Mr. Jno1. Laiving
ston is quite ill with pneumnoniia. We
1h0p) he will soon recover'.
Mr. ICditor, Mrin. Kay and Ch ips have
it pretty warm about the dispensary at
Prosperity. Weoli, I wvouldn't be sur
prised if it wvouldn't be a right good
thing to have a dispensary at Pros
perity', for blimnd tigers are just as bad.
Married, at Sllghs, S. C., ty the Rev.
J. A. Sligh, Mr. T1. S. Livingston and1
Miss M innie Sheely, both of this county.
'rho Hustler wishes the happy couple
Mrs. Nora and Miss T1arsie Kibler
wvere visiting friends andl relatives here
in this commnunity last Sunday. Conic
again, we are always glad to see you.
We had a right nice little shower of
rain here yesterday.
What Cotton is planted will soon he
up; then look out boys, and( get your
hoes ready and prepare to fight general
MI r. J. WV. Werts h as purebased a cane
miill and aii evap)orator. So y'ou cani
plant your cane and bring it here and
get somnethinig to "sop)." Mr. G. M.
Singley has onie also.
We are surrjunded here wvith steaml
engines, cotton gins and corn, miill tot),
right at this place-Werts& Co., Sing
bey Bros., they are all prepfared to (10
you good work.
Well, Mr. Etditor, as the chicken
rooster is crowing for day, I guess I
- had better stop). T HIlHUs'rlani.
A pril 27, 1897.
Ch,amberlain's Colic, Cholera anld JIar
This Is the best medicine in the
worldl for bowel complaints. It acts
quickly and cani always be depIendedh
upon. When reduced~( with water it is
pleasant to take. Try It, and like manty
others you will recomnti end It to your
friends, IFor sale at 25 and 50 cents pecr
bottle b)y W. E. Pelhamn, Driuggist.
A V'eterinary Forge
I have just opened to the public for
Shoeing Horses and Mules, in connec
L tion with my practice. I p)ersionally
1 inispe,.t tne feet and shoeing to corr'ect
all dlefects and vices, without extra
- charge. See mec.
Ni rn. Pool's Old Shop, junst below
f.&t.tf Veterinary Sureoim.
H ARRIS/ LIT/IAWA Tb?!
Carbonated Lithia Wator',
Sold to the Wholesale and
t Retail trade at lowest Prices by
S. 15. Jones,
Agent for Newhnery
Celebrated for its Rreat leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food agminst alti and all forms of
adulteration coummon to the cheap
RiOYA L HARKING P)'O%lMH(fX).,NEW YOUtK
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET.
ALL TlE NEWS Of A I.VYE AND PRO
[Spelftl Cot respoleinco 1Horatitand Not 1
News scarce this week and hard so
In my accotint of the Sons of Ilest,
last, week 1 made a mistake, ats the
captain of the banid infornie( tile, an( I
take pleasure in making the correction.
He0 says theyI are GenleIien of 1eisure
and not sonis of rest.
Rev. Mr. Orr, the. Synodical Ev'an
gelist. of the A. I. 1'. Synod, will begin
il meeting in the A. 11. 1'. church on
Friday night.. The commlniunion will be
adminijstered oil Sunday.
Ijev. P1. 1). Iisinger of the Theologi
cal Seminary will fill the pulpit in
GrPace church o Suinday.
Rev. Dr. IllJlml11an went, to Montoe,
N. C., oil Tuesday to conduct. i series
of meetings there aid administer the
comni til ion, its well ias to COi111111 i
number of persons.
The mecet.ing now inl progress led by
the IRev. Alr. Leitch and Alarshall is
meet.ihng with mu11ch Success. l'here
have been several conversions and AL
number have joined the d(iflerent
chtirches. The ineeting is growing in
interest., nd timuch good will be ac
complisihed we believe. It. will be cOn
tinued through Sunday. Crowds from
the surronding ciut lmtit i ave been in
attelidance t achl n1igit service. Ala3
the good work go on.
The first game of base hall for the
season will be played next. Friday be
tween the Newbevry 1 nine and Pros
Geo. S. Merchaiit, has been elected
town m1arslil for Saturday.
Ar. .1. S. Werits hits at sick hiby, an,1d
fea's are entertaintied for its life.
Aint Katie Aloot. is io better, and it
is thought she cannot. live many days.
Dr'. 11alma had I)I prepartory. and(
coullilliionl services it. Alt. Tbiior' last
week, closing Sunday, aind reports a
gracious ioe%t iig. le peached one of
the best sermliolis 0n Suniday3 night in
Girace chiuiichi it, wias everci our' pleasure
to listen to from anyi~ iniister. Alany'
speak In the highest termis of It.
Mline Host Hunitter. M. D)., 1s now at
home in the WVyse house on AleNear'y
hMr. A. G. WVise went, to Atlanta early
in the week and1( return'ied Thursday.
lie say3s he has the best stepping horse
ever' birought to Newhe'rry County', and1(
A. GI. ought to know.
T1rafie has bera verwy good with out'
imei'ehants this spring, and they arc
wear'ing br'oad smiles in consequence.
F3romn the confidential way we saw a
young man take a minister to one side
In the drug store this week we thinkc
the marriage bells are going to ing
piretty sooni, and we kcnow if signs mean
anything they point, that way.
WVell, ('hips, ini reply to your unteiia
ble piositioni ini defenise of that which
you hknow to be an evil we haeve this to
say. We know~ that the paties you
imelition have beeni arrested for illicit
tr'a ile in tiu oir. Say: Chips di y1(13ou
know~ that at tihe last term of court
there were soiie murd'ter' cases tr'eic?
Sec. Yes, ( hi ps, you are Ii ke all d is
penisary~ aidv~oenates, put11ti ng imoney
abhove morals. If somebody will pay13
you $50 you will caItch them. You will
undtetauke to pirotet the women and1(
childr'eni fronm drunkcen husbands and
fathers for' filthy luorPe's sake. Oh, my !
No, J2hlps, 1 (d1( not., and( do0 not, ques
tioin youri r'eligioni. 1 0only wish 3you
aiid I had miore, or' aLt, least live upj to
what we have. L-et us try3. I amii now
done wit.h this for good, and will not
burdenlCi a long suffercming publ)1ic any
Whthule on (pl easu ro hen t, or busi
nmess, t aike On e'very t ri p a bott le of 83 t'u p
oif Figs, as it niets nliost pleasan t,y and1(
effetuatttily otn thle kidneys, liver, and
biowe'ls, prevenI)t ing fev',. rs, headIu~lae,
and o1 lier formns of sickne'ss. For sale
ini 50 cen.t. anid 1-I boittles by aill leadinig
druggists. AIann fuaet redl by thle (Call -
foria l"ig 83'rup1 Coimpan ty only.
TH MAN ViITH DOLLARS
And cenits mixed with common
senso0 cani aIpprleciato our! pr'ices.
We don't expmect toi gain your
trado(1 unilessi we convinco( you wo
(eserve it. G ive us a shuowing
on Orocoies, .Fruits, &c. Ours
are populari pr'icos.
COUNTS' & IJICKEItTI,
Lower Main $L imar )ennt.
The ground Il hard and dry, parched
and thirsty ior showers of rain upon
the tender %ugetation, which, In soei
places is beginning to languish. Just
A little while ago, so to speak, the fisbes
were crying out jam satis, so great was
the volume of water ruilning into the
streams from t,he oft repeated down
pour, and now humanity should be
grateful for moderate showers 111)011 the
fields, gardens and highways. ''ie
seasol is advancing and we nek . the
gentle sho vvrs to cause the germina
tion of the seeds aId the genlerols
growth of plauts that. we may enjoy
the health-giving vegetable juices and
fruit acids, so essential at, this season.
0ineo Iennilng the abovo, yesterday,
a m1oderate sh1ower Of rain fell, much to
the delight, of all. The air is nlow cool,
the earth Illoist and the farmers and
gi.rd Ie:s in outr vielinage are breakliag
tile clods and planting ind replint.ing
seed. The shower wias very muli teed
ed and for whielh we are t.ruly grateful.
W ith a better uidersttnding of the
W transient nature of the many phYs
'cal ills, vhich vanish before proper ef
forts-gentle efforts-pleasant efforts
rightly directed. Tihere is cenfort in
the knowledge, that- so nily forms of
SAelcness are not due to anytv actual dis
else, bit simply to a constiipated conldi
tion of the systen, which the pleasinmt
family laxative, Syrup of Figs. prollpt
ly removes. That Is whIty it s tie only
remedy with millionsof families, id is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who ,Vah11e good health. Its belefileial i
effects are dlue to tle fact, that it is t lie
one 'remnedy whiich promotes internal
cleanliness wvithout debilitating tle
organs on which it acts. It is therefore 1
all Important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note whell you pur
chase, that you have the genuine irti
ele, which is 111111faet.nred by the Cali
fornia ig Syrup Co. only and sold by
till reputiable diggists.
If in the eljoylmeit of good health,
and the systelm is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not nleeded. If
aillieted with illy tetiuial disease, onle
May be connnended to the Imlost skillful
physililals, blt if in leed of a laxative,
one sholld have the best, and vith the
well-informed vvervwhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest 1141 1 most, largely
used ald gives Ilost genern I satisfact ioll.
SELLING - - --
Large goblets at 200 per set.
Large lamps from 20u to 40cl each,
worthl 25e to 50Oc each.'I
Meni's colored shirts 14lc to 451T each.
Clothes penis t,wo dozen for 5ie.
D)resc shiirts 300j and1 400e, wvorth 40c
and 500 each.
Laudies huse 4lo, 8e and I 0c per pai r.
Meni's hose 4o, 80 anld 100 per p)air.
'l'ahlets Ie, 4a, 5o each.
Note paper and enmveopes5te per box.
F'ishi hooks anid line's cher ip.
All 400e tobiacec) at 33c per pound.
H-anmdle baskets *!o each.
Ladies' cot rae rhioes from (650 to $1.00)
Lai(es' flune shoesi at 75c and upj.
Menci's bIroganls from 85i0 to $1 -I5 per
Illeacin ug 40, Gie, 7Ac anld 8?1e per yd.
Mu Lsta rd sarinnur 7e per ennm.
3 Hwall boxes sur dines for I10Jo
3bo)ress8inl hoy wasiniig plowdIer1hc.
2 pounds of si'da for 5('.
30 fee.t clothles line for 5i0.
Uhewuig gumu, all kinids 3c per pack
T1he above redution in prices
will last until May 15thl. D)o not
dela&y butt comIo att onIce and) got
tile beCnefit of those low prices.
W. W. FULMER.
HERE WE ARE
THAT WE~ MAINTAIN
OURL POSITION AS
LIDERS OF LOW PRIICHS,
1st. We sell good Green
C.offe~e at 10Oc per1 11b.
2nd. We sell Soap (better
th an Oet:i gon Soap. at 2 ie.
3di. We sell New Orleans
Syrup at 25c, per gal.
4thl. We sell MahIogna Mo.
lasses at 1 5c. p)er gal.
5th. We sell Newberr'y Mill
ShirtingJ at 3e. pe ydl.
WHEN WE CUT, WE CUT TO
1"or one week only this fun shaill lase.
Strlctly for' cash and excluively for
I . KLETTN ER,
Is filled again
vith the most desira
>e and newest goods
ifflorded by the North.
''n mar1kets. Our
>uyers are j ust return.
ng from New York,
I.hiiadelphia and Bal
Rilor'e witlI the
hicOjest selection they
oul4.01d possibly make.
In Wash Fabrics
there is simply no end
Lo the variety.
we have everything
thiat the most fastidi
:>us 'ouldl wish.
Styles range fr'om
[he daitiest cheeks
to the lar'ge, hand
in voguie nlow.
We,T carry the cele..
DENTS' FINE GOODS.
We have selected a
beau tiful line of col
or's anid shapes.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are very confident
that we have the best
in style and finish to
00ME AND REIi UK