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from Gi n w f4i i.. hut, it V. t: Invi;. a
treat ayo fav of iI '.i," ha -m 1:-4 i4'
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weeksi out11 of thiv fa* att,:11 tis~ sao
but14 hereofor very litt,'3'lu has beenI don
at the. r'e ular terrm> 'id exep to call the 4
(1r continue4)4 44 the es l-'rom (r1 to V;
twol 1a8e would; betil n but 1)44'144!fw 14 ; 4~
middle otf h weeki fate juror wo44- be *44
diesmiosd. But Nwih a~ spal*~ j.ile
and1( an1 e'xtrat terin i sy bel di4.1re44 il. 4
but loit ill fo r h dte r very Itt1 14.-1)41 1)14
m4t uh conges4Ite at~i Newberry 1 and.1 tned
clering.4 y441~04r44la4 '~4
in se11e ofrte om tcr rond Ence be- 1
twen Mr.. LIi T.4.1'arks, of)L(Iirangebml.iC
an hoenato T..'ilhafn,I. thatk (th 1la4tter3 1
niow. opposes4C a coounty to (1ounty3 Stauto
campi)5aign1, anid thInks a few mee:ting
in4 the Sta4te sLblenitit.. ie lso4i tak1es a4
whack at1. the count11y newspapersju4'. lit
it poss1ible0 that our j1 plbea IC Senator14.W'(
hias gr'own4 so0 mighty and(14 Io great that
he0 has forgot, the way by which lie did t
ascend, and4( no0w feelsea14lledi upon04 with- 4
OUt 11-hyme or reason to strike the n 4
friends of lils youth. Of course none of
theo country neCwspalpersn takeo it, to themi
soclves, and I su ppose very few of thenti to
o tre ainythinug abionit the Senators opin. o
ion of them. Tihere4 wats a4 time11 whVenD
his opinion of a~ newspatper' had( 8414 -
weight, andl inluence, bult t,bat time1has
plsed. I atgree with the Sena4ltor on1
the Staite camlpaigr busIness, and1( think
it would be at good plan to) (ut1 It down, ~
but [ think the couInty ne0wspap.ler's have~
done more than thoir share in dissemi
natig the stuir eimanating from the,
politiciane,a Tlhe fact is, peCople paIy
very little at.tention to cam41patn~' sp)Ceh-A
08 any way, andI depetnl (41 the news.
papers for theIr iniformat,oin as.*1 11o men~
<andteasuires, and there 18 really nio
uoe4 of a Stato campaign suich as we
have been having, but 4as that was. the
2 ntin arrangenit for the primary I
;,doubt If the plan 11s ehanged,
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firit;or TJIilmain i- r ('n.
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t1uhat; or.t (J (o ' C' aid i:.
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a t t i%: S t1 1 "r) i l- i t l : f (1 t ih lo-ion
bu al ae'i mti ni ha'lii ll n o t t hai
rou1 h t i 11w p .p.e h o f i 711'( 1 nd -
}iln ' i lo li n 1od. W'il1ih 1't i . dr du11 l
ii I I , Ilr , Ill I I: tpil. v r teil tion. Smth .
1 Lii n u 1 11'wil' ar u 1ii- ,oit ' ai po ( xi .
uiat e ge tttl' Iery -liit or t n a(. ri-then
ty n ili1 l it tih do1 t I r111l"tto the
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t h,ii f ew. iI ill. linil til l' - anin
thI t.Iii"ai the dttlh' ra1e I 1 f ly
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-pr1ad6'ingc thor I, t'un t('II howi tooe
ill an 'w a vir u lt typl'Ill and thel
-vhl b. y w i1 ru h to b (I a(t(, I nated.1(lr
Win tl. i o t itt" 1f r - Iw i'O in nll andl "
It i,- fl\Vut t i s b or it g.e O tr ad,y
pe d ft e thie c l'iit iIf 1T(ac in te
to th 444 keg (i er, ilt , hbaris i the
u-orn i14 1 400 01 haviben ui it fo a s a
ila-lg ro m for linill ti e a w irO hikey,l
",'a 11whng the I i n -or t amie hew oon
r' . iThe fa ttilb ee rd a di
Ia4,44 kit of1t-4 rum 11.4 i1.s that and
ha. hoe-. had been usit- it four hathing
urp.os, i, and41 in4 thi' uayi hadlit used i
bot11 15f llons in.~ three1. weeks.Jl Gov'.
+ * t
rei. to hav l 14iightsin ('l ia ag i
air s that,li were b il,ad ho' hle
Ie fruit has1 not1 been killed. t1
TIhe board1( (if Iit.4e of WVInthr (oj p4
1)>1lege lOuti here las-t week and1( de ci.
1 oeit, of Clhar li tte, wa c'hose n arichi-~ 1
et and1~ air. lelody wias empiloyed to) wp
I perintend14 th1e w'1ork . Thel ne11w buIld- nl
g will (tost about41 $1;5,000.Li
TJhe ed1ltitor whol wet, to ( Cuba)1 seem e
have received di Iirent 1.1impressions
t,he0 Island and1( Its people. I:. II. A.84
o have a splen- 7
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AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY
'lf: NEW:as,l ;ri lit At N Ii_, ty 3y,rt
Dr. le dr. of tibe- I:. ha l erhiti T i.rlogica
Se iiunay of O':utsla. U I ie-6 tile
Atd .. .-- -1 r Iou of Oult1 ( rh ari(
T e ,' \\uhe r ( r ou rty . i
tit .\nI I:t'ari J,l(' So 'ilt" i;r it at
LAl Ja '. tir,' la-t -Sundaty evening. T1"i
t .'::t :ng w\a- to have 10:4nr i r l. on th:
.'tVr :rig of 25th of Mar(b. bt wa- pos
l,on(U on account of the iuclc r,enev u
t::e weather. The So:iety seci-ed JMe\
. ( ' d. 1). )., of the l're"byteria
T i'oKlogeial Sbiernary. of (',lurniia
t( dliver tie aidret. Th
t''t.' ac"-- w-" atter.ded by the p("o
J:n . J. . .S(-herter introduced 1)r
. .r- M r(r apoke a- f;io"w-:
T:. n' . i;n- wa, to hlit\ave het 1
a- . I!k0w on. t-t Sundilu et.nirr
.t ow rg to the 1in'1i"rlL.r,'y of tl.
"t i; * ri t wa- po tlor.e(d tr: til t.i
!, _ " . A rd I f('( ryie f to l .,
n a r freit':r.ate. a- wel l-- , - con
' . in t:at tie riseetirn( wa- no
t'unday r lh(,"because it i
O"trt to Lace D1r. Hieed. w'r.
2-;V t the 1.ky .i r ('1"ci y. t"., bl
-t U an ad;dr- ; I. , e. I)r. Iteed
W ,_ IPr'.-hcterian Theoiial Serni
t,ttr , ((,Iumbia. ham kindly consenteW
t( ttnrr the :eett ri in rLy stead
', u ! ,\'iil now -peak to you.
J r. 1;"_"u i n va ie an clogcuent ant
2' :'if U~ ic"CoUnit of the wtork done by
b b W . Soc"ietie- and of the growtI
(f t te i n:" uence of the 3ib,le all 0' r
the world. \ -ytiol(is cannot do jus
t C-c to te (ladrees. but space will no
l In t :- I o "ive more.
Th fol wn(,\crig is it syn)opsis of DIr
I :ed'. addir
I an vry i' uch ohligod to I)r. Scher
er" for t- umnin~f the re.lpooribility foi
m.v apllparance before you th -eveni
It w%a- o(nly with the ,tnder-tandirig
that what he had would keep, and you
could have the herii_fit of that at anoth
er time that I con-entel to cecupy" hit
pla(cf. () Cour"-e I cannot throw all the
rf-dp(on'ibliity upon himl, for I wa- no
obli _'od to contsent to the rub;:titution.
Viile ryfi' reluctant t do it. at tbe
samne timre I r-steemr it it privilege. Suc
an ocrar-ion appeals to inc with ver
1 1o,uliar power. hecause the inter
re-t- which bring us together are corn
m10n to aill ('hristiant It is true we
can not see ail things j:ist exactly alike
in the Yible. ()ilr Methjodikt brethren
tannot See that, doctrine whiii stands
)ut so conspui)uour, prede,tination. But
we can all ree the g-reat love of God for
,Is and the boundtlless grace of Christ.
We can see the lEden which we lost as
the Ilible flings its light ul,on the past.
tnd we can see the more beautiful and
note blessed Elden as the Bibi - Ilings
i4ht upon the future. laving the
i,re,(nce of these great dicoveries
viiihi are common to the faith of all
w%e forget the little diffIer'ences and
V ithi one heart. we unite together' int
iihi. grand work of &giving this Bible to
bie piooir. We are' not afraid that thiis
3ible will make NMethodists of the peo
dle. Not' itre t heyi afr'aid that it will
inake I 'refsbyter'ians of the people. We
i believe that under the blessings of
;od it will mnake those into wtho-e hearts
t eomnes iov'ers of Glod and haters of
in, it will imake Chi )tians of them,
mid atftetr a man hats become a ChPristian
doest1 mattter if he is beguiled into
boo.sini the Methodist or l'tresby'te
iitn chiurch. I tm glatd that we hav'e
hiis wor'k in comm ton. I am glad that
bere is sotmethinug which brinigs us1 to
ethler' otn a common platform, so that
lhe worldl may see that we are really
te in the Lord. We atre simply di
ided into dentoinattional casts, but we
r'e itll following the lead of one great
enertal to one common and gloriotus
I will spe(ak to you for a little whiile
dis evetning on the growing cause of
it' Bible. Andl tot' a beginning and
.atitng point it, nmay be well tot' ts to
n bacek aceross~ the centuries atid ttry to1
ieture to our' minds a little Incident
hieh took place on Mt. Olivet nine
'en hunidred y'ear's ago. We see there
young man drtessedl in the plain,
>artse garb of the Jewish pleasan t, atnd
'ountd htitm were gathered a doze'n
laitn meni dressed in the samte coarse
~wishi gar'b. There 1a nothing in the
tst history of these men, thiere. is noth
gin their prtesent condition. which
diceates that they are to exer'cise any
>tent I inltflueno upon the hilstor'y and
o thought of the wor'ld. ''Te y'oung
ano who is in t,he centre of this1 gr'oup,
oke of the city of Jerusalem, pre
ecing its overthrow, accompanied
lth sorrow, such as the world hitd
ver witnessed up to that t,itmo.I
ink therec must, have P en~ an itncred
ous look upon the fatces of those
mding around bim which madeo him
y': "IIeaven and earth shall pasa
ray, but mry words shall never pass
ray." Cerainly It was a very re
urkable statemnent comlog from theo
ung man. What, young tman, are
uir wor'(8nover' to pass8 awvay? Why,
tat is to hinder, who is to p)reservo
Gm? What is to hinder your words
nu ptassing away? That would have
en very plausible scepticistm in such
'cumistanices. IIe did( nlot, write
amI dlown1. [Ho did not order any
o olse to write them down. But they
ro written down, nevertheless, and
at is a very significant fact is that
trly ninmeteen, hundred years have
ised away and we have thosa woads
.And what 1s more, they have a
brighter prospect of continuing
mn they did when they wore spoken.
d whab is more still very year hey
are -fre:adin: farthe:r ani fArt : r :m.:
' wieli:gi the - pter" of iteir lo'l i,ar,t
powser" ovr:r inertai" n: n rnbexr of h 1
S ta;:t -.ill trat I,, W a- t!r"i,i rif
hat .rn i -aid thait doz "n ;.d
had . - a tbed (",ri-tiani't. II - :
ht wan .' inl. to de-trov 1' . .\
one a- -,ii, l br. okt' down ir it'
i- a ul.',ritury for l e- t'td:t.'. I:
S a- -rtme ten , r:ar- aft:r 'J'tom 1'.' w -
r ""Age of ti:a-on"'', wa- p , d-rt tha
the Briti-h and 'ttrei_'n Iible Son'':
wat oranized in I Oi. .Shortv after
that three State S<>eieties were ""a'
ized iN thin country and unitt'tl t'it i
the Anerican Bibi'' So i.tty in 1 )0
A nd let u- note the gr'arvd a:g'r 'gate of
the work of the-e two -opi'ties. T'he
Ili1le t oeiety that wa- or;_aoi,.t:l in
. 14 1 h a= p,ubli0:h"d Jc;O.or 1.,ci1 copie-s of
the Bible and part- thereof. ' ht,
A n,erirarn l;ibe Sooiety. y, rO ,In t l,1
, her' Bib)Jt: - titl i - hav l-: -ti ru -:e
, ornething like ., Mi M" t). So that we
have a grand taggrregate of sorm:thin-.
like ::25. 0n ion cOpi,-. T:. i, the
fruit. hoae'er". r rrrel of ('nri'i-tian hc
- tiE'UleiCt rnd the wor k is carried oi
t hrough voluntary contribution.- of
Stho-e Who love the Bible. Illt in ad
d it ion to that we iiav. score- of mllillions
of the Bible. Accorfding to I)r I)cnni- if]
the upa-t century were di-tributtd :ci,
%;. Copies of the Bible. Now let u
'ee if we can ru'ras) that, I am sure we
can fully. Sulppo6e we could luad the-e
Bibles into wag;on,. W'e would put
'.i.tl in a wagon- !t would take 1 aI,rir
wagons to load them. Now. uiipo,-e
we try to haul these Bibles from the
City of New York and allow 20 feet
to eacb wagon. The procession would
L-trectch from New York across the Jli
Mippi across the pinins, across the
I:ocky :iountain- and as far acroes the
Pacific Ocean as to lionolulu. Suppose
that we could Jay these Bibles down
side by side and spread them) out in
this style. A!low t foot for a Bible.
Then we would have :;5(.00(i,(ti a of
feet, a string of Bibles tOG;( nU miles
long, reaching around thi" globe nore
than three times. Suppo.e we start a
railroad engine at one end of that line
a we get up a speed of thirty ruiles
an hour. It would take ninety days at
the rate of thirty miles an hour or very
nearly three month- to reach the Other"
end. I think such fact- s' these are a
very strong illust ration 1 hat Tom Paine
wa a reniss prophet.
Let us take another view of the great,
speed with which the-e two leading so
ciCties are doing their work. The
A merican Bible Society Iubli-hes about
Ir(I,, the British Bible Sc*iety about
twice that rnuch. So that the two pub
lish about (;O0 for every working hour
for every hour of the twenty-four hours
in the week. So frorrm these tIwo societies
there it fhowing this perennial current
of the water's of life. So while we wait
and while we hope the current flows on
and on - id on, extending further and
further into the v:ide waters of sin.
If you were to silence every preacher'
and leave these two great. societies
unttouched, the wor'ds of Christ would
never pass away.
Another very interesting par't of this
work has been tr'anslationr. When TIom
l'aine tuttered'ihis pr'ophecy, there we re
only for'ty-seven versions of the BIble in
thre world. But about that time the
great work of missions carme to develop,
and this has comec to '"e known as the
m iSionary crntury. It has been nec
essary to tmake the Bible sp)eak in the
language of the country anId these great
societies have been tr'yin)g to meet this
demand. Intstead of for'ty-seven ver
sions the whole of the Bible h:ts been
tr'anrslated intlo ninety lanrgtrages rand
p)arts into two hundred arnd thirty. And
Drt. Dennis tells us that tbe Biblie has
baen brougtht within the reach of 4>0(,
030,000 mnore-in this century than could
have known it before. And oinc of the
interesting features of thuis iiork is that
a great mrany languages have been re
dlucedl to wr'iting for making them the
depittor'y of this wor'k.
Sure-'iy, my dear frienrds, any boo0k
that hra- suistrained such v'it:al vigor, I
say any book that has thrat much of vi
ta prowe-r will never pass away. And
there have been rmore Bibles distributed
in foreign missaion Iields, inr lands where
t,ie book was unknown when Paine made
iris pr'ophecy during thre past century
thian had been In tihe worlId fn'rm Moses
to the days of Martin Luther.
I wIll mentiurn one other fact, and
that Is thait it hra' won Its 'rmarkable
plaice In this worlId In the face of per
sIstent and unpararlelled opposition.
This Bible has had to contend wit,h tire
or'ganized opposition of bomne -of thre
muigthtiest nations of the eatrith. We
will umention by way of illustration the
oppIosition of D)ioeletian, one of 'the
greatest, oif the Rorman emperors. He
rset himself to try to destroy this book
In the empire. lie establishred a de
cree demairnding that every copy of tire
Scripttures be given upi and tihe penalty
for violation of thant was nothring less
than death, and hre set to work with all
thre power at his command to destroy
tire Word of God. But when D)Ioele
tian addicated iris thr'one the great ,
work hrad not been completed. And
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\'il ; .l\ : lill(i a i"c'tiy
I narl t t ll\- (l.it (.-1er
t il l .u.t . 7tt li c'ti
ti: . came ti itl' one, t h i 't'.
t r wa , i l incomp-te andlll i th l Ibh
ha- r ing" n, i l tts p tow . il whiin
j:v!srt " ee rt1.iii ' ('i~l i l l er atic' il
h tied nth"e ti"Ki e \"am e lthe it e
'itleb. a k iut in)) l i o n of mith(-rn
timo s. -n it th( pulat ion of a-i
t tliay the I;til or'eaue tho tlt'e thrln
it-el e i it u t'ra ti t ' fndrn
tieln . It AI2t the Il)t ilt i on of t Nlad
alai(ra wad hlathsnn. They did not
have any buooks, any Ileratur"e, or" any
written l IA e .\issionari e' went
tver tho re fromll Engha land yer s after in
1 "e they translated the new testaml'nt
in t1'h native togule. livo years after
fi(erce p t-r.e- tion, brok. out, waged for
twe"nty-liv year>. A deeree was p:as.-ed
by t heir eruel Queen mtaking it death
to pray to Gold or real the or:hle. Ati
the nis ionar"ies were h aliIll"ed fron
the land. At the beginn ing of the i r
lit hundred hearts in which the seeds hd
taken root. At t ed th.en tere were on
thousand Christians here. l'nder the
le the war. and b e t victory. It is th e
voly book for the (translation) of whie
mnen have been willing to sacrific theil
lives. It i the only ook for till reid
ig of which nen have oftered th
ols of liberty and githven up their lives
Ot E her et av Written words whiel
the world will not let die, but Jesus h1a:
wr"itten words which the world cannole(ie lebrthdnttl(lt(
ouet toi. yie freeatoed ittm tiI
Very soul of truth. Ard
"Tru toh crushed to earth will ris
wlle eternal years of God are ers."
Anid w'hat do we Owe to this book'
Surely we ought to have it. But ther
is oe other debt that we owe to it. h
ought to give freely to send it to Il
abroad anid carry ils mnessages to thl
uttermost, parts of the earth.
From what I have said one m;ighl
itof ,ese two great societies were prett;o
wel remebe. hible prish blnd thoo
ha>0.000,000 are not in the world today
If all the Bibles in the world should be
uniformly distributed. for every hand
that held ao Bible there would be ter
And,h ;o Chalsan findt, owe rens debir
we thotke Gek o andlarihten the
of teebrhose w eti a l essead boof,
fr'tm thectai h frlom whhe utr,dn
thiendm i daes to eea the debt wt
Aweths juntsarg ofar ds itil ad
Ae unaimould te ofthankrecios gift
en bich HGod fohs tcintoeou handds,n
we houldittee wt, aongten the eyenv
ofth o~eicat in forknees ani
the in dameres towee e earl
A't'he oclion ofr Dre Ite'la
residre:,iden 0. B. Wallaer cale
thescety-lto Are. Ctlse
enDr.ep for his excelns. des
A'r comiti(t was instrinted to ana
they oneati h ont oumembers,t an
hiy-emembere sit byr enrolled.ft
Trhe society was then adjourned with
the bened ictioni.
Nations, Scwing Regjisltes
SmaI1 aoe Important Goods
1111 every par't,of the
The thousand and on-i thing's here
re necessItIes. .l'very woman has use
or all of them at somfe I imne or' other.
And the best of eaich kind areo sold at
hat a lar'ge number can beobought with.
uit touchIng the dollar mark. Many
t these goods wereo never biefore sold
t, less tban (1ouble1 t-hd money, and otu'
rady-muade wafats and skirts are the
and8omest aind beat tot' t.he price thats
otu can find. Big~ afckl of pretAy Bolts,
tes, &e Come andi see them at
IHLIlI. <>nc, 'I' o an I i l' 4 i und I'
latti" a I nd i n is i n r m i1.' pa cka
lI is no uIS," to c ' w l upo.n the, ;:up,.r
hIer5 at hi h(er pric .. We rcef- r \ou t
hand at all tinm". Giv" n a call if yu
Our buyers are back
from New York. Our
lines are all complete.
We invite your inspec
values, polite attention,
fair dealing. Splendid
assortment in all de
partments. See our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
\Wlite Goods, Wash Goods, i:e'
Linen )antask wit h - pkitn. to
iattch, IHan(lkere(biifi, lo iery,
Un tderwetar, Suil l Nct iun,
Am1ericat's L"eado:ii \\'. I;. ('orscts,
Pereales, (G nas, aio
Ducks, Crashi s, Domestics,
all at lowest prices and of stanird
Men's Shoes, 13o; s' Shoes,
Ladlies' and (iildren's Shoes,
and Oxfords. All solid.
All guai anteed. No shoddy.
We wish to direct y our speial]
attention to our
Never before have we been so well
eqjuippedl to serve you well as niow.
We have an ex pert trinmmer, and ybum
lamt or Bonnet made by her' wil
s.urely be0 "a thing of beauty."
We want to showv you through oum
stock. Give us the opportunmty and
we are confident of pleasing you.
AllorneUs Afl PAn Coner at Law
ON EmENGm, c
Pr~actlce in all mLatean . S. om....
. at K0 e,t]. p c r f (:und. Ai-o (chuco.
at ' unit t .V t 1 ' ; ;n t u l
s. 13. iro2rs,
A; A (!nt f > e
P ne1 . N iAlt Ca:l, l'hon,e ;ah
THE MODERN PHARMACIST
HE E DEF'S
\ II I - lr' . l l .\ N J, iI . :-j li,
.\ cll'ar'- w.-.rthJ for \ ,'ry hutn.tre,t
cenit- .-,a 11 with us, is our I1 .<t1
; II 1 , prn Pt'- I1 1"11 W t l.0
"i, '" gi., \o i il (Iih anr 1wn 1o .
Now is the time to
prepare for such pests
as B)ED BUGS.
We are now selling a
preparation that we
guarantee to do the
work by thoroughly ap
piyil . It has never
REd u P~ison.
25 anc 50c. per bott; ,
ST.\Ti' t If (AI()NA,
(UtNI ~ I NI \VB EBl]Y--JN
l-nKn . N a 4-isfras~itrpIx of
ih nr.: . se e~d, and In her
Archh~ yb1oates, JTohin D). \ioates. Mar
thia.'1il1, antd [Dv id II. WVheeler,
De fend anits.
C~opy Summtonis flor I elief.
To thle D efend~lant, JIohn D. M ltates:
- ad require d t o a inv'er~Li th P0om
ruaint inl ti, ation, of which a cop is
icerewiith ser'ved utpon youLt, and to1 serve
a copy of your answer to the .saidt com11
'ilainut onL Sth 5( subsciers at thi oL(ilice
at Neuw herry, 8. C., w Ihin t wIenty days
atert the ser'vice hterco(f, elusivye of
te dty of sutchi~II erice: andI if you fail
to ant11w(er tIlu complatint withbin the
tion will opply to the C'ourtL for the re
lief dleandeld inl the complllaint.
SCIC MI'ERIT,I & IIOLL.OWAY,
P1laintj i's ALtc.rneys.
T.o the De)cfetdatnt, Joh n D). Mloates:
Take nlotice t ht, the comnplaint, in the
alt are (entitled act ion was filed in the
Oice (If the d1udge otf Probate for' New-U
herri'y ( ouInty on the 1st day of eblru
SCU MPElKR & OLT OWAY>,'2
Plaitl ls Attorphys.
Fine Wr tches, IUngs, I roaches, St.ttds
Sleeve and Link IDutons;, Hilver'
Novelt les, SiTlver Tabtle WVarc,
Cut G lasI, Gold1 and Sil.
Ver' Sp"ectacles tr '
Wh~Iich1 we will close out, as we w;i
dlisottinluo keeping t hem.
JEWELER- AND OPTICIAN
Prosperity $iooe~ op,
nea'ttly and cely3. Ed
All my work guauranteed, both in
price atnd (quallty. (Jive me a~ tr'ial n
yotu will be pleased.
. JA MES MC: LOUfl
P'ros~perpy, 5. 0.
Boarg th0 SY h3 0g