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for the insane alone. Neither sym.- I
pathy nor sentitmot can justify the
present unreasonable custom of per
nitting the hospital to boJilled with, i
a class of ininates who can bo prop
erly cared for without aid from the
State, nor should justico and wise
economy longer tolerate the growing
burden of expenso that this inexeusa
blo crowding of thohosipital with in
eligible patients entails u)on our
By Act of the General Assembly,
patients are committed to the los
pital for the Insane by the Judges
of Probate, upon. physiciinls' cortill
eates. It is too evident that this
is dono ini many cases after hurried,
perfunctory, and unsatisfactory ex
amination of patients; aind it is to be
feared that. not it-frequently thoso
charged with this duty to the Stato
are itnlltenced by t heir persoial feel
ings for the aillicted persons aid by
their regard for the wishes of those
who are seeking to rid themselves of
a birden. This abuse should he, as
for as possible, dono away with, by.
so amending the presont law govern
ing the admllission of patients as to
prevent ineligible IIIlicanlts froim
being foited upon the Siate's
Fereqlerlit ly, commtiments are madle
to rid a comuininity of some harm
less nuisalme, sonPtimes to proviio
poor unfortnates with a home, not
infrequently to pleaO indiiferent
kinsfolk, who seek to lay upon tle
Stiate the charge and care of helple'1s
imibeeiles. wholml every co'sideration
of humanity aiid deee ey should
urge them to foAter itad guard in
their own homes. It has vven Iap
poned that idiots and imibeciltes whom
the ho-;pital anthorities sought, to
discharge have been forcedO bnk
111)011 them, bUCIL1nS of <iulibble"s ainl
doubts raised a1gainst the right of
these ant hiorit ivs to dischiarge tiheml
and thus rid the hospital from, unII
About 95 per (-eit. of thi inmates
aro (whait is called) "beneficiarios,"
the cost of the treatmint and nm,inl
tonneco of this class being borne by
the State. Now, tho law delilaires
that no on for whoso support rela
tives are able to pay shall be mai
tained 11 at tax uponl other citizonls
of tho Stato. It is plain, thlen, thlat
no one but at a"depondent. in*w p6
on," asi di 1j, laws, ha-s any
-o-bo admitted to the lhos pitail
as a beneficiary patient; nor has any
person whose case does not com,e unll
der the head of insaniv is defined
by these laws any right to be there
at all. This also leads to an abuse
that demainds inst ant anid st ringent
Unless the Genaeral Assembly shall
at once take mnealsures to purge the
hospital of idliots, imbeciles, and
harmless patienats who shionlid be in
ho poora haouses, amnd unless t hey
shall also0 cot-mect thle abuse of thea
State's charity by persons now tauk
ing advanitaigo of t he loose adtniims.
tration of t ho laws governing the ad:
mission of patients to t ho hospit ad, it
will immaediattely hoecomme niecessairy
te make furt her provision in thme way
of accommnodations and aippl iances
and niurses aimd physicians for the
inca-easin g numb,er of pat ints niow
crowding to the hospital. If, how
ever, you will, by stringent enact
ments, paroviont thle further commlLiit.
ment of persoins not ent itl'd to t rent
ment iln tho hospit al, aind will1 ordei
the dischiairgo of t hose niow theiiri
who are not legally eniti tled to t hi h
aid, the presen buildings aind force
wall afford accom modation and at
teaitioni for 80omo years to come foi
all wvho should be0 received into the
At the las't session of the GIeniera
Assembly, a resolutioni was passou
aunthorizing the Governor to appoin
a coammission, comlposed of live mnem
bers, to investigaito and1 report or
the piracticaibility and ad'-inailiity o
the State's establishing a lieforma
tory for Youthful Crinminals. Ii
obedienace to this resolution, I hav<
appointed a commission, consistmin
of the following gentlemnon: Mossirs
L. D. Chihls, C' C. Brown, lRichar<e
Carroll, John Koershawv, and Ri
Moans Das is. This commission, a f
tor sending onie of their numaber
Rie. C. C2. Br,own, to visit the 1Re
mornmatory at Elmira, Now York4
and after th.orough investigatiori
submt t following rep)ort:
-Columbia, S. C., D)ec. 16, 1898.
To His Exellency W. HI. Etllorbt
Dear Sir: Having beeni appointe,
a,Commission to examine and lo:
nato the question of a State Reform
atory for Youthful Crininals, we be
iorowkth to submit our report.
In November, one of our number,
it your instance, wont North to make
mch investigation am could bo mado
my seeing a reformatory at work. At
lelmira,,Now York, the largest and
inost successfill in tho United States,
is situated, and ahnost aill tho imu
preFsions rec.mived havo como from
thiat itistitution. The SuperintendU
iit, Mr. Z. R. Brockway, is a most.
remarkablo man, scholarly and digni
tied, and took much pains to show
marked attention to our messenger,
and to supply us wit hi a goodly quan.
tity of literaturo, which we are will
ing to put at tho disposal of any
body of gentleniol who may be call
(d upon to study the lquestion with
tho view of mt-ttinig up sicl IL) inlsti
totion In this Stato.
Having now had the matter in
Illind for Folme t im1v, and having con
into poHsessionI of uma1ny facts NOSCO
corning the practical workings of ro
formatory methods, wo.do not hesi
tato to recommend that stops be
fiken to st. u) Ono inl this Stato.
But we bellievo that, for the prsent,
the institution should be run only in
tho mIturest of youtliful negro Crim13.
iials. Our reasons for assuming this
position aro vasily given:
1. Ti.ro are very few wihiteyouth
fiul crimina's in our Penitentiary
not enogh tii fiurnishi i time4 even,
to at Very Snmall in-titutionl, and wo
boliov. that tie few who Ire seit
the' coilb"l h providl for lit, the
votA of he Stae inl instititiols al
11nidy operating inl other parts of
tho South or ill the1 N th.
2. We find Ilhat Ohe tir quito it
11m1nh11wr of negro yolths ill the PeI
tentiary, and !,omv of us havo seen
hoN s of t,-i years of age at work on
3. We bliev that Il institutions
for criminals , h1,uld be opvrated for
(te protectionl of Society. Thell pun-.
ishmlent of till, -rimninial alccomplishevs
lothing, if wNY14,11 ho is ishtervd into
thw wol-I Igainl ho has olI been
har11dlenoed by colinilleelt. Contcat
with h rI1u1li1nS Ii tih plces of imn
prisimn1 t is citcuilatd rather it
perfect him along lines of evil, nill(]
to givo h1im beitte idelas conIcening
0h0 ilitls of leading a .rimiaill life
withl11 dotoctionl. TIo p111iish hin
lasli, eriminal and then rvelaso hifin
as at criminal accomplishevs nothing
in tle way of protecting socioty
Th erefore, it Can b readily sie(-[
thait a pllitot inry [van] fallis shor
of accVoMlplisling antly good end iL
th way of hping the pkNoplo Vh<
vetry pele'O inl wIho.s initerests the
instit utionl wasl fouundetd.
.1. TIhie esisenit ia liisito of al
good soc'iety andit govePrnment01 is ro
spect't anid r(evereneco for law. Tl'iu
ortdinaury pen'mitenlt iary systtem) doei
iiot toucth this; it is thlit task to wvhici
o. Wotluld it ntt h) anl ict o
negr~o aumnl a meaOlsulrt of safe.ty ti
Oulrseilvts to do someitthlin g to hoti
h ill miorailly, teven at. thle gatou of th
b. thit, above all t hinigs, we ar
conincedIi'ii thI'* i Stato ltoformaltor
is deusirabt lt, becaiusoe of the p'oteni
fact. t hat they have gai ned siuch hol,
iin t' e.t imationl of tilt pe'ople ii
tilt States wh lere t hey aire in exist
toct. TJhiert is no putblic menClsuIr
ini thet Statto of Newv York wvhich ha1
so stronig a1 hld upon01 the Logisi
turne as thle lieformnatory lit Ehiniru
ITe ment who know most about t hos
ist itultins aren tilt men't who air
miost ill favor of thlemi, anid it wul
be folly in us8 to desp'aao themi simpi
Th'ierefore, wei hiearitily r'ecommehnt
tt steps. be1) ltaken101 by the L~egishu
ture at its netxt session to 8set upi
this Stato a1 Hoformailtory for Youtl
ful Negro CJriinals. Oulr commlil
tt'o is ini po(seion511 Of many11 fact
and1( argumntsi)1 to stupiport u18 ini Or
r'commendaLlttioni, but wet cannuot, git
it tedtiousH. .lhowever, it woultd gii
ius plasulro t) apjpear beafore an
body of genitlemon alppoinited to he01
woulad re)sult in maiukinig theom cot
verts to our pos8it ion.
-Your obedient servanits,
- L,. D). Cun.i,
C. C. BRwN.
Thie Rev. R1ichaird Carroll, tho r<
mnainling miemlber of thet commuissiol
is at present out of thet State, in 140
viCe as8 Chaplain in the Army. H
great int est in the establishiment<
a Rteformaiutory is well kntown.
L. D). Cmi.s,
c There aire a n'ober of youthfi
.oriilus in the State Penitentiar
LCz!c anatlm .o,l 1'om
R. Ii. AULIJ, EDITon.
El)l fkit [A I, COR it E1S'ONDINUE.
Tie Legislature Starts Off-The (lovornor's
levage stild the Chigea t,f Editor
tisaintai he lTalk of the Capital
UOty ame tho Liegislators
Columbia, January 12.-lverythlug
is frozen up down here. Tihe rain and
the mud cam tile yesterday morning and
the night before. Last night the rain
began to freeze and soon everything
was covered with lec. Tiho political
atinosphero in) somuo quarters Is very
hot. Tho tmportturo is away up
yonder and the prospects are that It
will go much higher. Tho fact is the
prospe1t is t,bat, we ar,e to have two or
three Hooks of Revelation with more
wonders and mysteries revealed than
ever appeared in visions to any one
horetofore whol0 over undertook to write
a Book of lRovelations. Tiho truth is,
there i no telling where It will end.
The (eatl that we ill suspected its
having been made with Gov. Ellerbe
jifst, before the last primary whenl the
State niewspipur supported his election
setinms to have been one in fact.. Mr.
Gonzales states it inl t signed editorial
in Th(! StAtO yesterday. Ile tells how
lie wits approneie(I and asked to sup
port Gov. EIllerbo, and how he would
do it if Gov. Pl0lerhe1m would agreo to
work for and recommond local option
aud how he was afraid to truot Gov.
EllereI uniless ti had his promise in
writin!, and how finally the following
let,ter was handed to Nr. Weston to be
delivered to Mr. Gonzales ats at pledge
of vootl faith. Hero is the extract
from The State with the letter:
The next day, Fri(ay, Sept1111emlber 9,
Ir. Wveston viam1le to imly room a
hane(ld me an envelope hearing the
familiam engraved lettering, "State of
South Carolina. Execeutivo Chamber,
Coluimbia, ' anId addressed: "Nr 1. F.H.
Weston, Colkuliait, S. C , Personal."
()eninrg it, I read:
S mto of South Carolina,
E.xot1- ive (hambr .
('olum111bia, S. C., Sept. 8, 1898.
)oar l rank: In reply to yout. iln
quiry, will say-I fully coner in your
v iew as to te best solution of the liquor.
quev'-t ion. A fter miii,ng with the
p1voplo for three lilonlths and thorough
consileration I have cotme to the con
eltuion thatt, tle Dispensairy Act should
be iincilde(I so its to allow each county
to sett le the liquor tuest ion for itself,
and 1. ave deterinilned to riiake such
C4omm1111enda1iLtion to the next general
asselibly. Your friend,
W. H. him.
To NI r. 1'. II. Weston.
All of tis except the printe(d caption
a'id dat (1 l ino wats in Gov. Ellerhe's
handwritirg. The ditte was wrong
one day biehind.
You have the message of the Gover
mno' on th1e llIst page, and the- I'eaders
canl judge whether the Governor has
kept the pledrg. ei view",of Mr.
Weston which the Governor endorsed
01' 'cncr!iredl in, is that lhe favor'ed
eoun ity choice bttween the dispensary,
h i h Iicen' rse anid priohib i t.ioni. As near' as
the Governi'ior comles to carriyinig out thiIs
pledge is when lhe says in is meL'siage:'
'"Tunrnig now to t.hiu praclttica conlsid-'
era tion of thle dllisensary, I dIC not
think wh iskey shorild he sold Iin aniy
county where a marjority of the people
fav(or1(1I proibition. I t herefore r'ecom
miend thre submriissioni of the I lCnor queis
tioni to the q clai tied electors of each
conuty, rh at each cunrty may vot.e ntt
3it prefers.'' ' o; you will observe [hal
sar'y andit pr'ohibit,ion. AlIso triat,it wae
tknowni that the tre I wvith whom the
(Governri' wias Cdealinig were opplosed tc
bat.h arid fa'ored high license, and
t. could riot, Ihave m3eanit local option b)e
tweenr di spensar'y and1( pr'ohibition.I
wat, you)t to publish the several chap
t,ers oif this nmew hook of r'evelattions be
gininrg w Ith thle Go'vernor's messagtl~
"' ini 1"iiday's parier, (Gonzales' persona
S edito'rial anmd the several other impor
.tat, stratermeuit,s that will surely follov
Ther'e was a deal. Th'!e State was t<
su ppiort. Governoir lllerbe andC in pay
ruenrit of t,hie debt t.he governior was ti
ro'Ccomo r endo local ot.tion. Tlhe partie:
1to the deail were Governor EClterbe
'Col. W. A. Neal, Mr'. Franik Weston
1'I i t,or' Gon zales. Mi'. Gonzales ('ar'rie<
ou~t. hiis part. of t.he com11pact. T1hie gov
ernor was elected. in hiis message hi
fails to carry out h is par't., arid now TIhe
iSt.ate irnak es 1th C'xposur re and tinb
-lishies the " conhidlential" lettr, and at
Sta'cks Govy. Ilierhe violently as tuntr'uth
futl anrd tinwoirth oi'(f belief. I wondec
SIf MIr. Gonzales ever thought of t.h.
r fact t hat lie wats ad vIsIng the people( t<
e vote for alman,whorm lie satys noIw,at. th<
tirme he urg'ied his election lie had n<
contIidenice in lh im. Was that, justi fle
*by' t.he end11 soulghtr?
7 'Thte general I iipression here is tha
r tihe statemei(nlt of fact by Enditor Gonzar
le Is is corriect, arid that Gov. Elli'b
has gott.en hiimiselfI in it hole arid lhai
better' pull1 thle hole in after li i f i
carn. In otheri wor'ds, there is a feelIin
of hitimiliationi that, the Got'ernor of t,hi
State would pult himself bly pliltlon
trades ini the attitudte In which he noi
ECditor Gonz.ales and Mr'. Weston a
present are' not seekinug oflice, so far a
'iI know, arid I do niot see how they wvlI
be harmned politIcally by the revela
Stions that atre being .siade. Gov. IEller
fhe is begiiinn ig his last term arnd wI I
no0 longer be a factor in the polities o
the State, but 1 am11 sure the attittido li
which lie appears now wIll very mire]
iweaken what lIttle influene lie 'ma,
I have hadI ini shaping the legislation o
t.his session. If ho had mna the rn
3ommendation In regard to l1iuor that
h,e protised, t would have had very
littlo'eiteot on legislation. As to the
other mad who figures in the deal, I
think his re-aftion .was doubtful be
fore, but now'the prevailing sentiment,
is that Col. W- A. Neal Is defeated for
superintendent of' the penitcutiary.
The winner at this stage of the gatne
is Senator G4fflth, of Lexington. It,
l probable the election will be held
A great many peoplo have cxresised
a desire to see the Greenvillo News
snce,the llrst chapter of tho rovelation
There are several other things to be
learned from this matter. The first is
that it pays even a politician to deal
fairly, and squarely st.and up to his
deals, or if h does not, exposure will
coMO sooner or later.
Another is, it don't pay to make deals.
You had better be honest and square
always, and not even take up a bad
thing and try to got the pIeole) to take
hold of it when you don't, believe in it
yourself, even though you have the
promise of support for your views. No
Taimany or Mark Hanna rings can
m11anijulate the )o'ILtiCe of South Caro
This matter has been the sensation
of the week, and it is still. I have
written of it, largely to the exclusion
of other muatters.
The tax extension resolution has ap
peared in both houses, and tho time
will certainly be extended to the first
As to other matters and the person
nel of the Newberry men down here, I
will have more to say in my next.
lE. Hi. A ULL.
Rouse the tor pi liver, and cure
billousness, sick hea dac he, jaundice,
nausea, Indiges tion, etc. They are In
valuable to )revent a cold or break up a
fever. Mild, gentle, certain, they are worthy
your confidence. Purely vegetable, they
can be taken by children or delicate women.
Price, 2.5c. at all melielne dealers or by mail
of C. I. HooD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
B y ORDEAR OF COURT I WILL
soll to tlhe hIghest bidder, hefore
I he( Cour Il'tuSe fit Nwer,S .
on the flist Mionday in Febriry, 189),
in the ease of D)lvid A. Rull, t al,
Plantiffs, vs J. M. Bower. (.l al, De
fendants. A l that Irmet of !and sit uato
in Newberry Countity aid Stute of
South Carolilnia, conainling One Hu1n
dred atd Sevetiteeti Aemre-, more or less,
anild bon1ded by lantds (If ARa John
etone 11. H1. Folk, Prtsky Henry itid
Tums or SA.lE: Or'e-third elsh, the
lni'mce in onle and two v(u-il annual
inistalmnts, with iitrest on each
from day of sale, the erc(dit portion to
be secured by bond of pirchawer iind
muortgage of the premiz-vs sKold, with
leave to purlitaser to iatitcilpate pay
imeit fin whol-! or in pait. Ptichaser
must comply wit h terms ofsile in fir
teen minutes or properly will he resold
at once. Purchaser to pay for papers
WV. D). H ARiDY. Master.
I7Y ORDE'lt OF COURT' I WILL
.) Rell to the hilghe at. b,idder, before
the Court Ilouse at Newbherry, S .
iin1 the0ctse (of W. D.. Ha:rdty, M%Iaa.e.r,
.P,laintifl, vs WV. A. Fallaw, .1 r., D)efen
danllt. Thaiit lot of land(1 in the 'lown of
IN ewberrv, Counitty or N ewbe'ny andl
S tet of S mth Ii 'arul Ini, k(nowno~ aho
V4allawv teta'((il Lu otiingI fotiy five
hundri(ledtIhs of an1 acre, mtore orI less,
auict houmLl,edl by NJa nce St,reet, Fiend 1(
Mtreet, Ml( lt'liee Stree't and3 lot of
Jo(s' ph Iro l'nWI, dIeceased.'
.T1Et8 Sol SA tls: One thiurd e:tMU:, t he
hitlance ho i ( a1 e1rt! ilt of olie and I I)
ye'ars, wi t hiI tit r'et 10roin(day ofI sale.
T'he cre dit. portion31 to be secu red b y
hond1( o,f dhe pulrchalser nod1( a n1o-rf gage
ofl the pisi,Ies sold. Th'le purchaser
w ill tbe gIven ten minutes in whichl 10
fall to3 compljly, t he pr--porty wvi 1 be re
143o1ldiimediately. Purchaser to pay
for papewrs and1( stampai3.
W. D). H ARDY, Matster.
j)Y OitD)ERI OF COUR1i' I WILL
sel toC the 1 h( ighie'st &ddder, biefore
the Court H onIle at Nev:hierry, S. C.
- on the flrst, Monday In Febiruatry, 1899,
in the caeof IV. D llardy, Master
. ldiitiil, vs Grewni Davenp"rt .t al,
Derfenldants, Altl)at t ract of land
(being tract No3. 3 of I Iho Iland-of J'aumes
Faiir) in tIe ~he itty o3f Newvhwrry and(
State oif S .uth Ci(aroinai,, containingl1
sleventy-siz acre and 3 one 03(-fourt'ih, moi(re
or lesq, and bo;undedl by Iandse of H. I.
M4ehuma irt, A A. KCibh-r, 'Trae,t No. 4,
Tract l\o I and 'Tract No 2 lands e'
s Fred Jackson anid C,'o. A (3,(k.
, TrEaMs o1r SALl.: One third c.'sh, aid
the bualnce io two in,stalmuents, p)ay
able In ono andu two years, wil Ih inter.
est fromi dlay or sale, I he credit portioni
to bie secedt by 133,13t of the putrchlasel
, and1 mortgage of the piremtise'S 3oh.l
wIth leave for t he purchaser to3 pay3 all
thl'.purebase mxoney In etesh. Prureb oi
to pay for panewrs and stampa.
W . D. IIA RDY Starter.
Mast er's Offie, Jan J0, 1899.
T. Y ORD)MR OF THMF COUR'I
.A herein, I will sell to the hlghest
blh(der, before~ the Court House alI
- Newherry, Sont.h ('arolina, on the fi rsi
Monday (saloday ) in i"tbruiary, 1899, ir
the caIse of the Souith Carolina Loar
and1( Trust Company, Plainit,iff, vs
3 Thomas J1. 4itpscomib et al., Defendant,s
SAll that, tract, or plani.ation of lani
3 situate in the County of Newberry, and
iState (of South Carolina, on Saluda rivei
containing three htundred and thIrty.
-dnle aceres, more our le'ss, and bounded
hy lot No I, lot No. 3 and lot No. 4 o.
t the landls formerly belonging to Jamm
T1'IIMS oFSALEc: One-third ensh, atnd
t,he balance (on a1 eredit of one( anid t,w(
-years. with interest from the (liy of sale,
-credit portion to ho secured by t,hc
Ibond of the putrchasor and1( a mnortgage
fof t.he pr3emlses sold. with leave to ati.
ticiellt p3aymnt In wvhole or in pJart.
P'urchaser mun1t,(511 coply wi th te'.rms
of sale inoiiedia,ely. or land wIll be re
sold att on3ce. P~urieuchase to pay for
fpap1ers and stamps. , Naser
W.D.HADY aster. 0cc a;10 89
Arriving daily. Our stook of
Dross Goods and Tritnings is
now com)lete. In our
You will Inud overything up-to
dato. In our
You will find over3 thing at the
lowest prico that they can l'e
sold for cash.
Wo have a nice line e0 chvnp 1
Shoes at prices that defy coin- 13
Everybody to call and look at
our goods before buying. We "
guarantoo polito attention to all.
IV-"We have adopted tho CASH j
SYSrTEMlA, therefore we can givo
you .closo prices than ever be
Yours to please,
Davenpart & Renwick
That the Book Store is
the place to get your
Christmas preselIts, We
Lave a full line of
For the. Chrisltnas trtade.
Of all kinds.
Give us a call bofore buy
ing. -We will taLe pleas
ure in showing you whot
we haye, whether you
buy or not.
J. K. GILDER
URBEIT AND SULL IFOB
ONE AND TLL.
Toys, for the
Mother Goose Stories.
Kris Kingle Series.
Books for the
Come and see what
HAS FOR YOU,
We are Going 0
And in order to do so, we I
to be closed out at pricei
ig llIne Inen's heavy top shirts at .20
ool undershirts reduced to .25
eavy cotton undershirts reduced to .20
teavy drill drawers .20
Ig line men's and boys capf at .15
Vomen's dongola shoes, numbers
3 and 4, at .50
Votnen's heavy shoes .50
lil stocl of MOR's, Yoi
bo sold at a big cut in prices. 10
Vo want to turn the stock into cash I
0 it we will certainly be successfil.
T1f" NEB ERRY C
From th Highest Gre!
......To the I
Prompt Attention GivE
....F arbe and Granit
Leavell & Spa
III Begilliulg 1899
M\ake good resolutioj
and( keep themlI.
To) D)O the best you can
Oet the best you can
Buy the best you can.
The best that you can do,
in order to got~ the best,
is to buy the best in 1899
at the M, wer' (o.'s.
But long years ago, w<
have kept the best gord;
for the many who havi
p)lacedl thir custonm ij
W'e shltl conltinuhe ini lbh
New~ Yecar now dawning
upon us to be alwaiy
preparedl to erve our eus
tomrers well in our line (1
Diress Goods, No~tion.s
all of the best quality,
1)!.d at the lowvest possibl
The Mower Company
With grateful thanks I')
pa?st favors fr'omn the geni
C. & G. S MO WER GO
at of Business
ave a very largo stock of
Hlats, and Cents'
Ig Goods '
i never hoard of before.
Good (juality boys hhoes, :8 to 5s . .75
Men's high cut,brogans, solid leather .95
Men's bots, good leng tl and solid $1.35
Good white unlaunderod shirts, re
duced to -IC
N'xtra good qualit.y white unlaund
ored shirts .30
ith's &Clidiren's Sits.
fact evorything in the store is to go.
oy January 1st, and if cut prices will
Come in and hoar our pricos.
'heopest Wood Coffin!
n to all Orders
VR AT ALL HOURS!
a Monumental Work....1
ers' Old Stand,
- - - 8. C.
CANNON & MIAYES,
AJRIC AGIENTS FOR T H IC
MansCon House Steam aundry,
0OF G.REENVI[ LE, S. G.
--A L -
wvill be.. t.h- ' L' ilto. n h it ont ss of
Christ,mas ha.,, ....a.. we will laLy l-on)
your sh 11irt bosom, collaris and culIfs.
T1hose who know aL gon1 t.hing wvhen
they see it will appreciate the faultiess
w ~ork thait we put onl their l1ie in
color anid perfctL finish. Sample it,.
A.GENTS 2,";:m n o -- o
We are receiving new
fgoods almost every
day, and offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
rDolls and Toys of
ICome and examine
eOnnosi ta i. C, Will itim&.