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rrected every Tuesday and Friday
at . 6c.
o u l d - .. 5**s * s c .
g................................. 1 0( 12c.
at Lard ............... ........... 7 8o.
at Molasses ...................... 4 .
Mola ases..................... 2 35c.
R ay....,........... ................. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
1ot Patent Flour.................. $5.25.
2nd Best Flour .................... $4.90.
Str. it Flour ................... $4.50.
Good Ordinary Flour ...........3( .00.
:Sugal ............ ....I M W
Cotton agEd-ial, per sack... . 1.10
Hulls, yjr wt......... ........... 30o.
utter, per lb ..................,.. M 20c.
ggs, per dozen ................. 8 100.
h1 ckons, each.................... 121 20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 0370c.
Corn, per bushel............... 50c.
ats, per bushel........... 3 Oc.
weet potatoes ............. GR c.
urkeys, per lb .................. 6@ 8c.
odder, per cwt ................. 7585c.
Excursion Rates to Greenville, s. U.
The State Convention Confederate
amps meets in Greenville, S. C., Au
ust 25-27. Tickets on sale August 24,
5 and 26, good to return until August
80. Fare from Newberry $1.40.
We appreciate the confidence the
l,people have placed in the firm known
us Bedonbaugh & Hutchison in the past
and hope that you will continue to give
the house your patronage since our dia
I am very respectffIyb6tiurs,
There will be a meeting of the Poma
ria Democratic Club at Pomaria, S. C.,
,on Saturday, August 14, 1897, at 4
...o'clock p. in. A full attendance is rc
W. T. HATTON, President.
JNO. c. AULL, Secretary.
* Why will you buy bitter nauseating
nicR when GRovEs TASTLESS CIHILL
ONIC is as ploeant as Lemon Syrup.
our druggist is authorized to refund
he money in every case where it fails
cure. price, 60 cents.
The Southern will sell special rate
ickets as follows:
$5.50 to Camden, S. C., and return,
n account of meeting of State Sunday
chool convention, August 24-26th.
ickets on sale August 23, 24, 25, good
eturn until August 28th. Fare from
For further information write to J.
. Burton, agent, Newberry, S. C.
Mr. C. D. Yonker, a well known
ruggist of Bowling Green, Ohio, in
eaking of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
y, says: -"I take pleasure in recom
ending it to my customers, for I am
ertain that it will always please them.
-sell more of it than all Iother kinds
ut together." For sale by W. 1E.
The t-rustees of Smyrna School will
eceive bids for the position of teacher
-or same until August 20. lieferences
equired. $25 p)er month. The p)atrons
re requimred to meet at the school
ouse at 4 o'clock Aug. 20. Address
R. K. REE~DER, Clerk.
J. B3. CLARtY.
A4t J. G. SENN.
Carload Wagons just received at
1. L. Spearmnan & Co. f&t4t
-Uheap Exicusion hates.
~Lhe Atlantic Coast Line is offering
ducemente to all those who wish to
ke summer trips.
TYiicketa to Glenn Springs from New
rry $4.45, Prosperity $4.45, Clinton
Pickets to State Convention, United
tato Confederate Camps, Greenville,
} C., will be on sale Aug. 24, 25, 26,
:th final limit Aug. 30. Round trip
pkets one cent per mile each way.
* rough tickets fromn Charleston
p85, Clinton, 95e, Darlington $3.90
owberry, $1.40, Prosperity, $1.50,
1,For Infants and Children.
OT. OUN NELL!
SNOT FELIli ELL
Byr'up Sarsapari lla,.
ils preparation is a comfbinaftionl
-drugs having alterative, tonic
-imulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
edical profession recommend for
In diseazses, Scrofulous affections,
spopsia, Liver Complaints, Rheu
-It is carefully prepared from the
rest drugs and is sold at 75 cents
- >dottle at
bestson d? Gilder's
VAHIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. J. W. M. Simmons is visiting
Mrs. Nat,..Gist left )Vediesday for
Mr. M. L. Spearman has gone to
Miss Beta Leavell is oni a visit to rel
ativos at Greenwood.
Mr .J. C. Myers will leave Monday
on a trip to Kentucky.
Miss Lucy McCauglirin is spending
a conple of weeks at Harris Springs.
DMIss - Na fr.e liYes has returned
fromu %ykMTo friends in Spartanburg.
. LC. Bard in and Master James
I returned from Hendersonville,
Dr. J. Win. Eolk of Georgetown is on
a visit to relativc- and friends in New
Miss Florence Bowman of Charles
ton is visiting hr brother, Mr-. C. A.
Miss Mainli Iobinson, of Rowesvillo,
S. C., is on a visit to Mrs. Win. P.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Kibler and Mrs.
W. A. Kinard have returned from
Wynn's Bargain Store is difering
genuine and real bargains to make
room for fall stock.
Mr. Wm. P. iouseal left yesterday
for Virginia in the interest of the
In shool district No. 27 a special
olecibn is ordered on 28th. It is to
votj away a two mill tax.
,Ar. W. C. Schenck went up Wednes
day to attend the ball at Harris Springs
and will remain several days.
Mr. Itoscoc Shealy, of Prosperity, is
at the Western Union office in the ab
sence of Mr. M. E. Wickliffe.
Mrs. J. Y. Culbreath and Master
Pierre Gaillard returned on Tuesday
from a visit to Whitmire.
A certain street in Newberry not
over five hundred feet long has twenty
seven children living in it-ages from
four days to fourteen years.
Miss Stella Dukes, of Howesville,
S. C., is visiting her sister, Mrs. D.
Tiller; also Mrs. Wm. Dukes and Mrs.
Lizzle Holloy, of Rowesville.
Mr. R. Clifford Banks has recently
been elected principal of thc Mounti
cello school, Fairfield County, S. C.
Miss Anabel Johnstone has been
elected teacher of the Dead Fall school
for the next session. She has accepted.
M. L. Spearman & Co. call your at
tention to a special line of wagons
which they will sell you at great bar
gains and under special guarantee.
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Hodges left
Wednesday morning for Greenville.
Judge Hodges will return on Monday.
Mrs. Hodges will remain for a month.
Mr. Robert A. Welch arrived in
Newbcrry on Wednesday from Hous
ton, Texas, and will spend some time
with his parents ind other relatives in
Col. L. P. M iller h as decided to move
to his farm near Ocala, Fla. lie will
remain there one year, and if satis
fled at that time, he wvill make that his
Mr. A. C. Jones has already bought
his fall goods and thus avoided the
heavy tariff of the Dingley bill. See
his p)ricos and take adivantage of the
Mr. S. II. McLean is attending the
exposition at Nashville, Tenn., and
Mr. Leland C. Sehumpert has charge
of the ofice at the Southern in Mr'.
Superintendent of Education Hig
gins was throwni from his wheel last
week andl right painfully hurt, lie
has been confined to his bed since and
will be yet for several days.
Mr. C. II. DeLormo, of D)arlington is
on a visit to Mr. LB. 0. D)uncan. They
wvere classmates in South Carolina
College forty years ago, and tis is
their first meeting since that time.
Rev. Z1. W. Bedonbaugh was in New
berry Tuesday. H- is many friends
wore glad to see him and to know that
he had sufficiently recovered from the
hurt ho received some time ago as to
be about, though ho still suffers.
Mr. J. J. Lane returned this week
from Harris Springs. He wvas ver-y much
pleased while at the spring but
had to come home to look after his large
farming interest and those who have
seen it say that he has 200 acres of the
finest cotton in the State.
Sent It to Ills Mother in German~y.
Mr. Jacob Esbensen, who is in the
employ of the Chicago Lumber Co., at
D)es Moines, Iowa, says: "I have just
sent some medicine back to my mother
in the old country, that I know by per
sonal use to be the best medicine in the
world for rheumatism, having used It
in my family for several years. It, is
called Chamberlain's P'ain Balm. It
always does the work." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by W. E.'Polham.
HAR R/8 LIT/IA WA TEH?!
Carbonfated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Prices by
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newberry.
DR. B. A.DANIELS.
Diseases of the Eye, Ear', Throat and
?IEW8ERRY, 8. 0.
Office at residence, next door to Crot
well Hotel. t.tf
Umbrella-about one and a half miles
firon town. Owner ean got same by
proving property and paying for this
notice. Apply at tlil oliceo. fit
'Regular qunaitorly meeting of the
Newborry Station will be hold at the
church Friday night at 8.30. The pre
siding elder will preach on Sunday
nIgh t at 8.30.
Lady of bueine1s ablIty oi inun vi
energy to canvass the county. $10 per
month salary for whole time or liberal
commission for part time. Address
J. J. Brown, Main street, Columbia,
S. C., f2t
St. Paul's Democratic club willi met
at school house on Saturday, August
14th, at 3 o'clock. Please attend, as
business of importance is to be trans
J. F..KnmE, Pros.
L. I. EPTINU, Sec.
Notice to Managers of Primary.
The managers of the primary will call
on or after Saturday, August 21st, for
boxes for holding the primary on 31st.
Call on .me at thy office. I will have
the boxes all vaady by that time.
S. S. CUNNINUHAM,
f&t2t County Chairman.
The Trustees of School District No.
29 will hold a meeting on August 21st
to consider appllications for the position
of teacher for the ensuing term -1nan
wanted. Salary $35 per Mhonth, term 7
or 8 months.
J. M. WcICER,
Glymphville, S. C.
teduced Rates to Confederates' Itcunlon at
The following is the official ordei
from railroad headquarters in regard to
the Confederate reunion at White
Rock, August 21, 1897:
"We will sell round trip tickets to
White Rock from points on C., N. & L.
R. R. at which we have agents, for
Confederate Veterans' reunion on 21st
inst., at rate of one first-class fare for
"If. M. EMERSON, G. P. A."
The Place for All the 81k'.
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. C., August 7,
1897.-Well we are at the springs and
you can just bet that this is a delight
ful place to be, all the sick should be
here and they would soon need no
medicine. Rev. Creighton, Ewart, W.
W. Spearman and others are here from
Newberry. Quite a crowd, and Mr.
Harris does all that a man asks, he is a
grand man. People come here from
all the adjoining States and get cured
of their ailments. Capt. Bacon is the
life of ble crowd.
M. L. Spearman & Co. will replace
every -broken steel axle, no matter
what the load might weigh or what the
circustances under which it broke,
free of charge. The Auburn Wagon
is tile best. f&t4t
A Teacher Wanted.
The iudersigned Trustees will receive
applications for a fir'st grade teacher
for Union Academy School until Au
gust 14th next. Trho school pays $25
porI month, and will run about six
All applications must he sent to
either of the trustees by the time dated
T. J. WIL.SON,
J1. K. EPPS,
Newberry, S. C.
WV. M. 1Bo111,
Prosperity, S. C.
10,000 l bs. Dry Hides. H ighest cash
p)rico paid for them.
f&t. 2m. SUMM%ER BRtOs.
"One Hlundredlth Anniverseary."
Our friend Col. C. J. Purcell cele
brated his ''one hiundredth anni ver
sary" by giving his friends a magnifi.
cent barbecue on Wednesday. The
reader must not judge from this that
Col. Purcell is one hundred years old,
for he is the youngest man in town for
h is years.
But the barbecue was a superb affair,
and the editor recgret.s it was imnpossi
ble for him to accept the invitation to
enjoy it on account of a previous eon
Th'ie cooking was sup Ier'intended by
thiat prince of caterers, JTames Dumnbar.
T1here were about seventy-five guests
presient andl we hope Col. Purcell will
live many years yet, and have anothler
Since 1878 there have been ninoe epi
demics of dysentery in ditferent p)arts
of thc country ini which Chamnberlain's
Colic, Chmolera and D)iarrhoea Remedy
was used wit,h p)erfect success. Dyson
1tery, when ep)idemic, is almost as severe
land dangerous as Asiatic cholera.
IHeretofore the best efforts of the most
skilled physicians have failed to cheek
its ravages, this remedy, however has
cured the most malignant cases, lothm
of children and adults, and under the
most trying conditions, which proves
it to be the best medicine in the world
for bowel comp)laints. For sale by
W. 1N. Pelham.
We are Giving Away
A Book of very valuable
precriptions. Call and get
one; it will cost you nothing.
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
tatam a)rggitst on th Crz-r
A Herious Accident.
A serious and what might have been
it fatal accident happened to Mr. Jesse
Uoleman, of Greenwood County, on
Wednesday. Ie wtas driviig to churi
It Sister Springs Baptist church with
his iieco, Miss L'oul Coleian, in the
buggy with hin. Tihe horse became
frightened and ran off with him, up
turning the buggy and smashing it upl).
Mr. Colenian fell under the buggy and
received several severe bruises and one
)n the head, causiig possibly concus
iifil of the brain. Ile was removed to
Mr. W. H1. Boulware's near by, and
6vas attended by Dr. 11. N. Sloan and
rI-. Holland. IHe wis itnconscious for
several hours, but yesterday morning
be had regained consciousness, and the
loctors said he was much better and
6vouid probably soon be up. Strange
o say his ntece, Miss Coleman, did not
3vei receive a briise.
Tle correspondents of The Herald
%d News will assemble at the Fair
3rounds tomorrow in their annual pic
ile. Tile following programme has
.men arranged by then and is published
tgain at their request. They will have
vith them a number of invited guests,
md we have no doubt it will be a most
leasant and enjoyable affair. We
lope they will all be present with their
vives and sweet-hearts:
Address of welcome by Kay at 10
Responsive address by the Ed.itor.
Address by Rev. )r,. .1. 13. Fox. Sub
ect: limiployment of Time.
Address by Superintendent (Yf idu
-ation F. W. Higgins. Subject: Puied
2. p. m.-Address by Capt. John F'.
Banks. Subject: Progress of Time for
he Past 30 Years.
Address by lion. Geo. S. Mower.
iubject: Our Cover1nment.
Address by Rev. J. A. Sligh. Sub
ect: Modern Social Tendencies.
Call at Wooten's for fashion books
md sheets for September. Also Hut
erick patterns. It
For lowest prices on Turnip Seeds,
3eed Rye, Soed Barley, Crimson
lover, Red Clover, ntd Grasses, all
>f the best quality.
Items From Maybitton.
This section has been visited with
t'efreshing showers recently. The crops
mnd g"rwaens have been much improved
mud are looking green.
T1he "big meetings" have not comn
menced yet on this side of the river.
We expect the special meeting at ICbe
nezer to begin on Tuesday after tihe
foui th Sabbath. Rev. Berry, of the
Santuc circuit, will assist Rev. Phillips
mt this meeting.
Quite-a number of persons from this
sommiunity attended Rev. Orr's meet
lng at King's Creek. lie is an eloquent
preacher. His sermons are well writ
ten, well delivered and( full of Gospel
Lruths. The meeting lastecd twelve
lys, anid the house was full all of the
Lime. IIe drew many to Christ-40
joined the different churches.
MI ks'es Annie IEpps and Nettie'Moore
have been visiting Mr. John 10pps'
family in the IBeth 10denm comiimuity.
Miss Fannie May Henderson spent
last week at Santue.
Mr. James W. Henderson is off on a
trip to relatives in York.
Rev. McAuley and Miss Sue Carlisle
have been to see Mr~s. IErin Colld.
Miss Mary Cofield, who has b)een vis
iting relatives and friends at Long
LanIe anmd attending Rem . Orr's meet
igs, returned home on last Sunday.
I hope that the correspondlents' p)ic
nic will lbe a success. I desire very
mullch to att,end, lbut, feari that, I can not
get over. I would like to meet, Chips,
Nita, LolA; in fact, all of the band, but.
force o,f circunstances will prevent my
I tell you it is wonderful ho0w t,he, Ia
tiles are drying and canning fruit.
Won't, we emat pies next, winter?
T1he pubillic roads are being worked
l'A I RY Bm:ir,i.
A Orijat Imp)irovemnent.
"I sulferedl with general debility, had
no appet,ite andi was troubled with that
tiredl feeling. I tried different medl
uines wit,hout benellt andmi finally began
taklinfz hTod's Sarsamparilla, which gave
me a good appe1)t.ite anud cuired thatt tired
streec , Chamrleston, SouthI Carolina.
iI00L15'I l'iI,L are easy t o take, easy
to operate. Cure indigestion, bilious
ness5. 2-> een ts.
Big Drop in Prices,
$30, $40, $50 and $75.
Now is the time to
Fs A. 8GHUMPiERT.
f. tf. Amant
Celebrated for Its great leavening
strength1 and healthfulnef3s. Assures
the foo( against alti and all foris of
adulteration common to the clieap
ROYAL HAKING POWDER'O.,NEW YO-. K
Lower No. ) Newn.
Cotton is throwing oli its shapes.
Messrs. Fl. B. Mayer and Amo
Conwill have had a well dug at their
new gin at the Elmore plitee.
Mlr. John A. Pllers is hauling Itum
bor to build a new dwellinig on the
Timothy Creek road.
Mr. Lang Moore, of Plorida, is visit
Ing friends and relat,ives in this see
A good many of outr people went 11
down to Aieck's ferry last, Saturday to t
take in t he 'eue at that place.
A large crowd from this section will
attend the eampiaign speaking at New- I
berry next Monday.
Mr. John 1'. Mills, of Newberry, who I
has beenl very ill at his brother-il-law's,
Mr. Thomas Cameron, is improving
nieely, and will soon be able to be at
his post of duty as heretofore.
Mtr. Shelton Ilooz.er, onle of omn- sic
cessful farmers, is runnlig a smalul til
canning factory this ye tof his owin,
and is meeting witli mIueh success.
The protracted meeting it. Zion
closed on 1"ridayV. The Rev. 'rice vis
assisted by Rev. Dent, of Winnsboro,
S. C. There were fourteen new mem
bers received into the church, and a
large audience Onl hand every day.
Rev. Dent is an able preacher, and we
wish he could have made Ills stay with
It seems that neairly all the young
people of this section are uniting With
the churches. Recently the Rev. AMr.
Bearden received twonty-one members .
in St. Luike's Lutheran chlurch am(n the
Rev. Mr. Ilrice received fom-teen ill
Zion Methodist, ehurcli, total thirt.y
Messrs. JT. E,. Amick and \. A. Kr"ell I
will canvass Edgelield and Saludt!
counties 00n with a neHW )Ltented sin- t
Misses Fannliioie Allick and lola Tay
lor, of the Mt. Ptilgriml conunun11111ity,
attended the Zion protracted leetilng
Mr. Editor, we are so glad to so mucli
improvement in your city with youi I
water' works and electric lights. It,
looks as if Newhel'ry is comhing to thme
Mr41. C. S. Nichols returnled hiome last1
Monday froIm a business5 trip ini thle upI
per p_ort.ion of the count1.y'.
F"odder pull11ing is mo1(st hiere, anld
then cot.ton p)icking.
Mi'. John 1L. Cook is r'unning his
1mi111 day' and nilghlt now grinldinlg
We are glad to see thlat Senator Ale
Lauini has announ1 lced1 thait we nlo long
er' have factional strife and prejudliice i
among ourm good people.
Some of 0our peCople attemnded the balr
becue last Saturday at Mr. Noah Gol's,
in Saluda County.
We good farmersCl' downm here amllong i
these i'oeks have got one of the liniest.
pr1ospcet.s4 for a good cotton crop we
have had for' several year's. C.ornl is
not quiatte as good thlis year' as it. has;
been down here in t,he piast, ,but, we
think there wV ill he nearly enloughl mamde
to irun, our! good farmuers over' to anlot.hler
Mrll. II. K. Hbedenbhaugh is a happ)~y
manl-wee little vot,er'.
M'. .J. JI. Vaughni took It dazy oil hist.
Sat.uday and went to Newhmerriy.
A ugust 7, 1897. -
I) IATIi S.
Mi's. itannie Longshiore, wife of NIlr.
T1. C. L ongshore, (lied Thursday mIornI
tng at 2 o'clock, August, 12, I897, aged
about 25 years. Herm Irema1(ins1 were, in
.trre'd at Trinity gravt~eyartid TIhuritsdaty
evening Iat 4 o'clock. Shle lczeve a
husband andi 2 ch ildren to mourn1 I'lerd
WV 'et, To,,,lmty .%ahl.
UJncl6 John-Well, what, do you
mean to be0 whlen you get to lie a mnly
Little Tommy (promptly)-A doctor,
Uncle Joh n 'qjulizzically3)--*Indleed :and1
whiich (1do1 o intend to he, an1 atllopath11
01' a hbomwoopathy
Little Tiomnmy--I1 don't, know what
them awful big wordos mlean, Un;lCc
John; hut that don't, make nio dlifer
once, 'cause I ain't goin' to ho dithmer
of 'emt. I'mf just goin' to be a family
doctoir an' give all myl plationits Hlood's
Sarsapar'illa, 'caulse my1 pa says that if
he is a doctor, he's 'bliged to own up
that Hood's Sar'sapar'illa Is the best
family medicine 110 evei' satw in h,is life.
Than a dish of good1 sweeb
turnips for dinnor'? Nothing.
And it is very easy to got if'
can buy cheaper than ever at
Robertson & Gilder's
T ohenvdecil vfts cotrel e.,zil l
Pi t vi llw vitlle il, ti ty NI 1% 11e itt . ( V .
Cil' w w; li lo Itre v lek v i l I om (.
NIIS. 10. 1 :pting, who Is beeni sit
lin hlr (lilil-nt ii I this comunitinlit.y,
will inl a fw tdy leave for (;eeniwoOd
to visit hor sol, Dh-, U . It. |-ql:illny. Wv
wish hier. a phr-,m:it Ii Ilwe.
Our 81u1d4. \m-1h 40ol t4led \\. S.
ei t, L2. 1. 1-:!,(ing- lindl '\I I,, 1'. 1.:.)
Illg dol'It a t. to I le I, 1 an..11 Siiilav
i1hool (i o vt - ti1t, Ihit I will e i nvlle e
it Ileth N.:d in ()t tolliort-w. \\W4. i
halIt, tho d%\.te i!l a1to nd.
( 'onti Ittol. I . I . .I:pti I !lin t -; va cm
>0vted tho rovk vilivort 'tcro-4lh inub
iv rolld nlear Mr. T. .\. I.l-itiing's.
()tir 11nsloin.t-y pieii whh-hl I wr oto
LbotI last wvi t as bil."". oblmng('A to
bie :w or .\ \st I w a pIiasatnt sue
su . tihough l1w :ssotIhl:l- wa l.gt .
ow Is a itprowflo.tllmel4 (If iiw t dty:
i tori)ing se sion -.\usi. I sk.i4liog %if
;vript'lles by I.. P.v:t n . Inyev bly
. It. Stler. M lisie. -.Msay b i S.lvs.
\le. M lisic. 1eeit-vtitonl by A. I".
i isei. NI tusi. A i l ri ess 1b i I . .1.
J. Howles. Selectionl by Miss Ne.ie
tull. IN usie. l.ssaiy lv MI iss )oi(lie
C Ibler. \ kusiv. Sellt-vtion b \\ . S.
ey ht.. NI usic. Iee .
A ftenIlooni session \ tisit. , I-.I vI
y ev. .1. 1). Iliowlts. NI .\ is . Se .o -
ioni by 'l'lh ti s 1-:pt1 ig. Se'lt'l iont Iy
I iss Ah1una "il ellrs. A lui . letion
NI iss I .ola Klibler. S mt by NI i!,.
, 1 u em n iress by l N.I "I-v. .lI. I1
tow\lIes. 'SinIgIinIlg.I te I,ordi'sp ay ,
le t dI i etiol . t I I l i t I lt I o lit' .iti
aLve a t.alkc1 to lt, W0 Ien in t hic mor-1
I" auld t t chibdi.n in t Iior
Wv lomarn that,1 St. ll'- lh-nlooratdie
Ilub will -l nex taturday.. lit. atl
W'vlovk. - n on :.
A uursl I. 1 .I t
Jy their Fil (bids At !hvlu- sl
oriet-shbefim.e 11hv Il ill cI'l't 1h- tlir', u%V
Ilve phiteud (mr ordi-r4 wirly, :11u.1 we.
le good t i r i.ti . W' - mld w h i all
'our, 11tvilltion to mmnt. \p. h,l aic-4.
iugtheln all.u tho fililowinl,:
10 piec s :M inl(-h aM! wo ,d M-ea
!hv wor th :.7) -.
10 pieces:), inlch n'1 womil I )I Ie ' I ln
iel ti 25- woth :;-.
10 Ilev es .7 0 i aill ti wool I>t)I I in
1rV0 pic s, I inchx Iiro-il t lt-s i5t
v~hor't hil's S t i.00. i' li:tt-ii itlt
50t pIee be h t Ilian' l 'riaotls a itl it'
ni lly'lt 31 w will it t IIl I de
tnd we'Ill t s a n s
et' buyi \V Wag'sos inncr
or es. me tha1: ns of
iuntLiti, B nd ('.'will griv
The5 capac;1 w it of r tarhe bes
W,:eii will rpa ceut wer o
ntter Whyoat h ythiad in
shors urstnreis phnerei
>r' e . et Callevty onmees nt
Mhleal pr . (' peenal.eu
An il obsoansav
Spring is coming on
Is on Inu1id, ready with tho n1oh
hiest. luld nivest luld neltest line
of Clothing and( Gents' Furnithil
ilgs 'etvr exlhibited i ll this rkot..
N(I Old stock to be 1r1111 Or it anld
b1),hm ny)KI. I lt. uour goods3 are now
aid frosh anld are marked closo,
an1d our. mlotto is short pro(,i6s and
(i4k si ll(,s. Or111
SIlOE ANl HlT LINH
is fuel,auld call seareo ho ex
eel(1(d. '.'I latest, inl (w 'rythIling
anId strivly up to dattv. No
trolbIt to Show you What wet have.
Call anIld vxIlImlineo for )r11, OWII
matisfactiol, andt if our. goods iand
is 0don't convinceI you that We
are the people to(1 sell you
an11d verytlinlg in ourl lino, wIIy
(hen yop don't. know it good thing
wvnili ou see it.
Youirs to please,KO
I tLuvese mit'tt a Iiiistela worlonan5i
Iti pn ing ti et.ri or k .' 4 I will
be ready. les io t an uy ki dnl Vot i
fahttw lra. h ent he ti. twIn,in ts
I sall Iti i st t t lease i I' htvery way,
t tr o ust , iestifcin
Jvti. I WHfly qIpE . d
I-'nel l Youzn V alaing
Trnints and a n elthe m iyl ok
Srs wbuy in mallr er
fromt.her makeh of ewh quyinth
pagt we,or whelygatefuh.
whic t b oke, freo
J.s Wa HTE
3 oute eeft