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K. II. AtiI,. Y ivToit.
oItinbia, Leb. 1.l.--As the
Gelera i Assembly Is Oil the eve of
Adjournment, it will lbe a matter of
sOMe interest to tle people of'
Newherry (ouity to koit0w what
has been accomplished in so far a,
relites to I lici . '0ssibly I't h le ques-i
ill of Ilie lilclelse of tlie ptillisi
1I1vi1t for violittors of agr'iculltill;al
conltracts is otle tll;lt 1110 1 directl\
C011iCCris I lie fItlttI allr il t Ilose
w ho deeii pe 1 (lie conitract sy s
tlill I0r Ieir I lboters. Seve al
1ill. s ItIr s W ee t ' ) , 1 p lt 111101,I
tIhell ont it) 1til,teItse ille piltiisl
tiln( froill tlit i.v d;v to 11 t less
1t1hall 11et throv l is h 1101- 111olet 1)11 1
tweAve, which was aloig, wvith the
ideals expIessedl bY iepresetal ive
o)oi1itiick iMi the list %.linpaign
alother wAS s i1i0t odiled 1, l epre
sctitativeo.- nk to)e lig -h a
lisdIictjioll Of m.igi-ti.de, e. as t'
alov I le ll t o setitetie \ iolt It o
thle clliaitigaitig. I it .a (et'li u i tiree
Itiuti s. Ilot Of t he'e 'tlcastires
were killed. .\ bill which would
greatly rlieve he it ii t i passed.
tlie I lo0ist'. but wv a s cIIt Iinued imIu -
til Iet se-siol. byv the Senate.
This, ;11i1ong" ot her I hii s, plovides
that the piinisheiit of a \r*iA1 !
shall not oper.ite .1- .a rele.ie fron
the terlis i ol he Cic l1 .1, bt ,
after servit1 hii i s e:itenc . he t-e -
fises to g back and set se out is
Cotitract lie Can he :ct a:ai con
victed agr.lii. and l .n ..
end of til, telin for Wih he
colitracted. The d, Ote- it I
ineasure hi tI to I -
throulglh tile Sen..te c. v next !-C
Siont atdl while it will Iot be a.
that they desire. et it wiv: e
great deal bet t h 11an at pre1::,.
As to the salatie 1or cony -
ficers, tle hill pissed la t se n
putting all otlicers on a sa.lrv -
sis has beent repealel bv he de'.
gatioll, and Ilte otlicers wIll be on
the SaMe system as lat year.
NIr. IloinicieK sectred t wo I1
portaint anendtnent t- the l 'u'1
( lhiwl ;l nd the \,
trate's Bill. The amendmemt
the first makes it a misdemeu:or
for. an Overseer to fail to ober he
orders of tle CountV Commi-ion' -
crs. Under t le present system.
the hands are liable to pun i sl hment
if they tail to work the toads, but
thietre is nothintg to force the over
seers. The bill is its fCollows:
"That in the couty of Newber
ry any overseer wvho shalil fail or
neglect to stutmmton the hands liable
to roaid dutty and requtire of t hetm
to labor upjoni the highways as
providled by lawv, wheni or'dered
antd directed so to do hiv the Coun
ty lloard of Commiiissioners, shall
be guilty of a misdemeanor. anid
tupotn convictitonl thereof shall pay a
fitne of wet-iedollars, or be
impilrisoned tin thle couty chain
gang for a period of t wen'ty days.
That it skiall lie thle dutty of ihe
said Couty lBoard OfI Conunission -
era to prosecute each of thle saidl
overseers failIintg and tieglec tig to
carry outt the order anid direct ion of
the sauid Boardl. In thle evenit of
the failure of thle said Count y Boatrd
(If Cotmmissioniers to so prosecute
each of the overseers failitng and
neglecting to carry out the ordler
of the said Board wit hin thirty
dlays after being informed of thlie
failure atnd neglect of such over
seer, each of the said Board so
failing and( neglecting to so p)rose
cute such delinqu1tent overseer withI
in the time afor-esaid shall be gttilt y
of a misdetmeatnor, andt upon con
viction thereof subject to pay a
fine of fifty dollars, or be imupris
oted on the county chaitn gang for
a period of twenty dlays. That the
miagistrates of the said countty shall
have jurtsdictiotn to try any persotn
or persons prosecuted for violating
the provisiotns of this Sect ion.*"
The other itncreases the salaries
of the magistrates and constables
throughout the countty aind provides
for the abolition of the oflice of
magistrate in No. eight township.
Under this bill the magistrates will
receive the following salaries :
Newberry, two hundred and fifty
dollars; No. 3 township, thirty
dollars ; No. 4 township, fifty dol
lars; No. 9 townshif>, one hundred
dollars and Nos- 5, 6, 7, 10 and 11
townships will each receive forty
County treasurer will hereafter
be paid his county salary in month
The bill annexing that portion of
Little Mountain in Lexington
cout y to Nevherry has passed. Ac
cording to tle last Census the pop
ilation of tiis portion of tle town
is <S aind the irt heretofore in
Neverry I I i, making total popu
lition of the town 209.
The legislative session Vill Clo.e
(nI Saturday. And everything is
in) sucIi shape nOW that it looks as
it, it will close decenitly and inI crdei
:nid without an ll night session.
Ilhe appropriation and Supply bills
.ire all praIctically finished. The
list session vill be livid on Sattir
dav mornling in time for tle Inel
hers to get off on the ii o'clock
I.st year and the year before
the adjolinllilent wIas n ot had intil
Siidlay Illo'ning about o'clock,
though the legislative clock nevet
This legisature wi Ill be not -d for
he h it killed or Co1ntied and
the ]lIgi.t ion it did not en1act . and
*,. this tlle peple should be grate
foi. It will also be noted for the
Iileral .appropriations it has made.
The . ppropl iat ion bill carries about
one mnillionl dollhIs. And that does
not ilcliuide the tilt-ce mills \ve pay
tor the Support of t he common
.To. The colieges have got all
t .y vIked. Tie sInatIe h.as knockeCd
o0t the So. t-. tor the common
Sa.nd it is well for there is
a.11. 0rO sion of ..in\ nowv for the0
e '1hnCenl of spe - : hool di Is
tit- .i:t- imv of the heo'. t '
. tonr the nex isue
Si fEor II.it l'derat
a~~~~~~V' CLluacow s,uni.t 0.,t..m
Der 'r te ond :r: r oar e Hr
hAb uIeen w indigestion
and othe complicat to uich n ex
tent hat:mIwhol ytem feelsvc tor
up.. On.y.thos .e :hv nufer
ge tvi :i noeda e inext iosue
E. a . A.
1t 11. N1 * C If 'PE.L %N 1) UN t2 ION AL -
Deao 'ens a readers of The Her
o.f this N t,enu: For about four weeks I
W-'e oUrLl Snitleringm with indigestion
andM other COMplication to such an ix
tent that e whole sste feels torn
up. gon toread, have ergoe'dw
froait cus toearen suh feeinat.ondor
gsin fsortedsliin mindmestoyour
thrordit It ias quterstad tat the.m
T~begin nng of a new year apole to
Wturno whacko the npwsteaves, ae
andew ol reis the fbet tha , ay
b o woe bie ad,ae hp one reolu
atins and toudrn our reavputat,o
hinh foa vas maliin oumte toourl
turn at they tcmallg new leamk
tuned relow the ddo bloan yit
tta hlealves w are turneng. ora Ieou
can't aun overnngle eahs. weugt
enouh aboust ajrit ofan the stom.lI
idot thp e there ge avnew solewhf
as eryin t kaynow Ilet usof d en
what is po)ssessed with his IIoly
Spirit who doesn't feel ttat they ought
:o live better in some way or othe r, and
possi b1y It may be their full i nteltion
to make be!tt.'r m.-nt and women sumn
day in the future. Th'ey kno1w th'a
t,bey are living out of tra ark -f safety
and they wint to do bi:tter, butt they
are not just exactly readly to commence
Trho questIon then arises, what's the
matter, what's in the vway, what are
you waiting on, how do you know that
you will ever live to have the oppor
tunity of turning over another new
leaf? I know what's in the way, or at
least I know what has always been ini
my way, andit I will venitute the asser
tion that nine out of ten of you are in
the same category. WVe simply need
more moral courage to help us to stand
up to what we feel and know to be our
religious dut,ies. Now, I am talking to
you chur ch people, you people who
have enlisted under the banner of Jesus
ChrIst, you who have solemnly made
the public confession that you would
supremely love and faithfully serve the
Triune God and remain fait,hful to the
doctrines of our Lorrd Jesus Christ,
and to observe all the duties of a regu
lar member of his Christian Churoh,
and submit yourselves to its rules of
government and discipline. Yes, your
name stands there recorded on thd'
church hook, testifying that you have
made all of those sacred vows, and it
may have been your full intention at.
that time to carry them ont. But for
lack of moral courage you have lot the
wind blow this new leaf away.
Hut the devil is nevor Idlo. Ile is al
ways busy day and idght, and is con
tinually telling us through the angels
of hell that it, It not popt.'ar to do this
and that, aid there are other professod
Christians eugaged in more criminal
vices than we are, and the church is
composed of nothing but a set of hypo
erites, and it is no uso for you to try to
live a Christian life. I know you too
well. It won't, be long before I will
see you drunk or playing cards, ours
log, or engaged in somtie otior vices.
About this time the wind hatgot under
our new leaf and is just in, the not of
blowing it off. Then is when we need
more grace andi moral courage to en
able us to say, "GCet thee behind me,
Doar reader, almost, two months of
the now year have alreaty gone. ilow
is it about your new leaf? Are you
still holding it down? To live hetter
not only means to do better yourself,
hut it. also mieans to make oth Is feel
hetter if yiu eould ask every Hivir a
:oul who has any presenee of mind if
they woid like to be happy tey would
etriainly answer, .esk. Now th-ere i,
no hotter way to live happil,- than to
try io make others happy. If you see
a p.'or soil % ho his boeii overvcoite h%
he dtvii, for G,-'* sake don't !et tha1t
oe the first thing yon have to tell youl
teighbor when on ieet. i-'s let 1the
dead hury their dead. We can', atlord
to put down anything that wolu'd letI
Ito tlisOoltlnt upo., t ur now le:,f. 1,.
sp ak kind y of elach other. Ti r, is
no' hmg on GodJ 's eart h more H.ioi s.
01verine. :efrtshing ani Itrengtahen
'e to .-3 po 'r I h1 wa ris of prai' -.
U. a grcst many will .a .T . h'
d lie has lo: te goide n optortun,
:N1. N . 20n'tumae aB uritT r
- e to t''n e- wtat you hsy a, ut thi
i- iele of turi.ing new i:aves, but I tel
Vou my d-ar friet.ds there is something
,u this that will do us godx if we will
) Liv\ ut it into practice.
cHlWs OF .\ SMALLE. NATURY.
Mr. John F.anklin is quite sek. we
e!rn. with typhoid fever.
M r J. J. Gallman has been in qui:e
rcer:g health for the past few
Y,aig Mase-r Rlabby aud sit,r, -r
.6ce Moor(, of Garmany secti-n, sp-n
a4. Saturday night and .-unday with
rbos. Epps and family.
Mr. R. H1. Kibler, who is working in
AC Carolina Manufacturing Company.
xt N. w be rry, spent Saturday night and
Sun.4ay wit h his parents.
Mr Mattie youing, of Prosperity, Is
vti-n her brother, 'Mr. Juo. W. Ful
mner. We are sorry to learn that Mr.
Fulmer has a very sick little boy.
Dr. Hallman resigned his new field of
labor, we learn, on account of the sala
ry being too low. This has torn the
new charge into ffinders. It is a pitty
that there was not a better method of
understanding at the beginning.
St. Philip and Bachman Chapel have
called Rev. II. P. Counts. He preached
at St. Philip last bunday morning and
at Bachman Chapel in the evening. We
have not learned whether they have
made permanent arrangements with
RIev. Counts or not.
Mr. and M rs. William Dtrriek, bet
ter known ams uncle B3iilie, of Holly's
Ferry, came up to see their son, Sid
ney, last Sunday. Mrs. Derrick re
maine'd a few dlays, while Sidney re
turned with his father.
Yes, brother Jay Bird, I have readi
secondl Epistle3 of John. WVhat leson
did you refe r me to that I should l-arn?
It is like nmany other :passages of the
Bible, it is full of good meaning.
Lo..k here,.brother and sister corres
pondenftl, let us hear from you as often
as possible. We are always glad indeed
to hear fronm ali sections o'f t,be c' unty.
The grain Is very backward, still it
has stood the wInter and we trust that
there m-ay yet be a full harvest.
I wanted to say something abotit the
legistature anid other matters, but I
must stop this letter. It Is already to
Feb. 13, 1901.
The Blest Preortptlon for~ Mtatma
C'hills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
T'asteless Chill TonIc. It is simply Irou
and quaini ini a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. Price 50e.
Btories for Uhildren.
Mv ch'.ldren are after me nearly all
the time to tell them stories, espec
lally Mr. Cadle's stories for which they
have a particular liking. I always
gratify them as far as I am able, and
tell them again the same old stories
over and over, I have thought that It
migh t be well to write and have printed
In The Herald and News some of Mr.
CJadle's storIes with which I have been
familiar since my childhood. That
Mr. Cadle was himself a real living
person and not, a creation of the fancy
I have the tangible evidence now be
f ,rn me. Hie lived on the south side of
Salu-la river, not far from the river
and not far above the ferry now known
as Herbert's, somewhere in the region
of country between Saluda riirer and
that section known as Busby Fork-why
called Bushy Fork I never understood,
Some time ago, while looking through
the contents of and old fashioned round
top hair trunk, amongst papers and
documents of various characters, many
of them considerably over a hundred
years old, I found a note of hand for
the payment of money, a copy of whieb
note is herb given:
4"Teava 'months after date we or
either of us do promise to pay William
Wills or bearer eighteen dollars 124
cents for valuo received this 20th day
Jeosie x Cadle.
Test: J. Shoppard.
Of the parties to this no'o I ketik-w
Mr. Dtiffoy well. Lie was a itm1anl of irt.
rote int)elligoie, but rather too folld of
thl ardent for h)is own good. Ilo was
a worker in leatit-r antd a good ati
faithlIful IIworkmnitt, lo passell akway
not, a griatI many years beforo I ho Wal
of S'eession. MIanly tdoscolilants of ii
aro now living in Saluda County. .esso
Cadoi I never saw, thotiugh he may have
been living whon I was a boy. Wilam
Wils wis, I supllpose, a brofther to Nitt
thow Wills, tmy own great-grandfather.
I think there wtrt throt brothers of
these Wvillses, William11, Ia(thow, 11nd
.lnes. Din 1'u10foy m1rrla4.1ii
Wills, and ho has a sonl named 1it hew
\Will$ l'urifoy. l'hre vs a Nt then%
Vills 'oleian. a .lones \Vills tlolman.
aI MaIthow Wills Abney, and I th11ink
there is a Nattlhew Vills 'oletln nH'
this time. 1901.
.1. Sheppard, the witntes?, to the t me.
was .lames ShI'ppard. the father of it-v
lion. .1. S' Shi 1p:11d. lie then li% t J
At tile ero.s-rcsad a -sul ino i ces ! rom
IlIggin:.-' now Kiam ' P rr., w\her<
the old Cl'arlesten and Nino: "s,;
road-one of in. dest roxis in t
Stato--orosed the road passing oo
f-,in the ferry to% ari:d llabuirg IhIm
burg., by ihe way. was A v ry IeA t 1n
at that tme. Nif. S:,Cplvrid at 1:i
tme was a nie-chant ding -.t e
ith Mr W o i..i n iean, !ho s.
ha at ite er,- .t .A: ;ia ame.
for trany years- af.er. they m
Uiimet S. C V.. the nimw of J.,no
Ki,1e, -me .0. who died of -Voundnks re
oeived in batue at Lttysbur: durin.
the War of Sces'ion. He1% was hoin
Aiken. The roll was preparei .I \
Leut. B. W. Hard, of Granitevills.
C,,tober 20,h. 1883. Whether ther
are any persons now living in Aiket
county. Edgetleld. Saluda or elsewhere,
bearing the name of Cadleor K.Ldlo, I do
not know. But I have thought it neees
sary to write this much. by way o',
introduction to Mr. Kadle's storiez.
with which myself and others used to
amuse ourselves when we were chi -
dren, and which my little bi'. Gussf-,
is after me every day to tell him I a,i
somewhat at a loss how to begin, but, I
suppose it makes but little difference.
as there is no special begining to the
stories, so I may as well start with
INR. CADLE AND THE WILD GEESE.
Mr. Cadle, although a working man,
a worker in leather, a wo-,d utter, and
house builder, a farmer ant outdoor
worker generally, for in that early pe
riod of our history every worker wt- a
worker at almost any and every traut-9
was very fond of hunting and 1ishing.
One day while quietly fishing In So.
luda river, In the mill pond of what is
now Herbert's mill, Lorlck's at that
time, I think it was, or perhaps it was
before L4orick's time, a large flock of
wild geese came sailing over, on their
way down South to spend the winter.
Seeing the water below them, and wish
ing to bathe and refresh themselves be
fore proceeding further, they dropped
down into the water and wore soon
diving, swimming and paddling about
in high gl-c. They did not k now th at M1".
Cadie was about, or perhaps t bev woni.
have been a litt,te more oar.eful. 1
very quiet,ly wvatcht d tbeir p)r.ceed ini
for a while, and tben beth1ought, hine
self that he mighat, perhatps I. t.bl,
to bag a few of those geose t.
take home to his wvife to save thel
wings and feathers to maike f ",lb
and to stuff their be Is and pil
lows with. He eva always providedl
with twine st.rings arnd smrall ropes, nos
knowing when he might need t.hem fot
something was always turning up' to
bring them into use. Ou this occasion.
be was well provided, so laying down
his flshing pole and line, he genti)
waded into the water some distance
above where the geese were disporting
themselves. Diving and swimming
easily and rapidly beneath the surfacee
he came unobserved by the geese r'ight,
into the midlst of the flock. Swimming
gently amongst them without noise o
disturbing t,hem in the least, he soot.
tied to the rope he bad one foot of at.
many as he thought-he could manage.
After tying as miny as he wanted,
he suddenly rose above the surface of
the water. and the geese, you may be
sure, were terribly frightened. They
fluttered and struggled awhile in the
river, then slowly rose, tied as they
were to the rope. They proved too
many for their captor. They slowly
rose into the air, carrying him with
them as he held on to the end of the
rope. At first he might have lot go
and dropped back into the water with
out injury; but he wanted to save the
geeme, not having any idea that they
could carry him off with theni. But
they did, and slowly they rose and pass
ed through openings in the weeds, they
approached the hills on the Edgefilkt
side of the river. After passing a mile
or two, Mr.;1Cadle began to grow un
easy, thinking, perhaps, they tr 'ght be
able to carry him all the wayi ' orida.
Ho did not like the idea, so fooling that
it would be death at last, any way, and
preferring to die near home, he let go
his holdl of the rope and bid the geese
goodbye. They, glad to get rid of their
enemy, gave a loud squawk and sailed
away down South, with their feet tied
fast to the rope. What became of
them and the rope,'the story does not
say. But Mr. (ladle, when 12e let go,
dropped into a hollow stump, about fif
teen feet in height. When ho came to
t h Uit ltom filiu began t.o foil h1i tili f,
to Hell whother ho wit al .itill IVlivI , ho
fottld tioinllo V(illlg h11tr i ano Itild
1-11111liing ovri- 111, atlii tryllig to il(lor'-.
"t.Itild whiat. sort t, Vi 1 itt ho 11' ha1l.
I Iv l (11 not. ft-1e 11the rml , for. tIhoy
wero liol. oldl 4.1oligh tII h111-t h1111, bult
Whatt litight happnini th11 I I mmtibe1l tliko
futott-11 V II it I hiS titetbr vi ntilo ho witi
not. ti til, sif. I Iow 'r-er, hio wati 40wa)ti
r1-itl.v fuor ituy mtiev e u'tj V , O m'lits % Ihat,
might. 11n 11hh, var,o bel til in t, ha1vo
longp (to witit. In it r,bort (imo ho hl ivl4
it st rtititt'Itig tit t hi' 'tit ,it o tit h tt %iuIII
il I Iht'lh hty . i to w h n '0 at ineo it
Vaos ti k I I ml mtI hII t . riia vomtillin: tuitm
to 11('s aftt'r Itht wolfir it ( hr ') tl g
010. . it p0m'illsttov mittto volitlhy (%t, hor
advoilt . I o0 'oo tAlI hbI. Ittif ndt a1 s
she t vam t in it I I I tit Ik.OMO:,t, a- :.ho wo
ohlt-ri t to sl', hIo - I oe : IIt h v ly th%o t.1t,
slight lV e t hu' ithl' t il . 'uf(, AMI :h,
ut liking that 000 o a re letik' I aui
Ihink 1i. g t o hr , m I- to ,m , t o t %ist
as Ii .t o t~o o t 'N ti
f at let h:I ion : u s s i t io sa a1 0 h' e
to. n' , i ,.( i n lit, a n o o, ths
t ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ N C, r. C, w~ ''t~ i oru't 11
lin1 tv s' i o I I)a ih t a IIII ~ ki
v' I' ~ t .. .1 11 ' d.4 1 t, ,sd
th e r :' n ee Ce ttu bet t, heavers,
Y .1 s l-' wilia\ animals in this
it ~ it i 11
kV .tIrY I A1 tha trw it re lit \'e'r swt'i h ro.
You have used all
sorts of cough reme
dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep
seated. It may wear
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to
produce la grippe,
pneumonia or a seri
ous throat affection.
You need something
that will give you
1 strength and build
up the body.
will do this when everything
Ielse fails. There is no doubt
Iabout it. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
healthy, not only to throw
Ioff this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
Ifurther attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated 'you
should certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
Isoc. and $z.oo, alt druggists.
SCoT &OwE,Cess,New YorkJ
I HEREB1Y NOTIFY ALL PERI
sonts not to trespass in any way on
my lands. Full l)emtlty of law will be
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6 boxes 15 By mail ina plain' package
to any address on receipt of price. Sold
only by Gilder's CorLer Drug Store
Sole Agents, Newberry.
Original and Genuine, always reliable
and safe. Ladies! always as,k for -Dr.
Rust's Cotton Root and Pennyroyal Fe
male Pills. They never fail and never
injure. Mailed to isny address otz re
ceipt of $1.00 by Gilder's Corner Drug
Store Solo Agents, Newberry.9
On Wintor Suitt Ovorcoati, Woolon Under
W i%% ha jumit W in gutitol ur jj% ',1 444r6411n 111 th ao( Ill I IImt,Vy W Itor l oodII sil. A
M i h M a d 1 4 Htlit" 1o ho hi il t ol. 1 a t 1lf '1u1- i , i f yout haV .
lot 1%hse W ntrhult .4111 t ny u o pwoit%% IIY11-41111-1111y . WV it o Inod 14d1Vel-tI,o
his tikois ti or a oksot salto, t\ wo 1ow 1o l 1a r1a 1, m111% li fil
Loss than Cost, and ill Woolon Und<rwoar is
to be closod out without, rogard to Gott.
The Shoe HouSO of Nowborry.
l'h1 last son nsl jm%zu %u. f1eth1i4 r in th141 It'1 li ttl in t i1int t.hiti ovor. W io havo
'I m''' "'s ui tillag lim past 'tlslin t.hanl il w 1 1vi l ovilr tol i a itsim1illar
inwi' Vl'h i (At l o t ati'i t t , t iltm vitti of our Hhlot-t. -
\\ % havo n largo s.4took of toso now on tiatid. 8) whon you nood Shoes re
%101mbor that A MA N l-NONA Ili thit plittob to buy thom.
It aits, Caps, and il kinths of Gonts' Furtnishing4 we are headquarters.
AT THE OLD STAND.
and hundreds of. IMPLEMENTS
Valuable'Articles O MODERN DESIGN
And construction will greatly facili
selling at a very low tate the work on the farm, thereby ii
crease the crop and at the i-ame time
price.creae the~ cost of production. Come
price. I n e h
We must clean out FARM IMPLEM1NTS
all this stock for a new we are showing. It will give us a
chance to explain the merits of these
line. Give us a call at goods, which will prove interesting
frm the standpoint of quality and
The Book ;tores
w.e t MAYEwordtarm, Co
rs fitye pendat the S-aet timeo
heae vnthe grtst oaroduction Com
thouand s ofhes nNrhadS
:;t k, FARM ILEMf NT
Cearso wilinawl.gv u
Yar oeain an e y ea rt f m tese
- * god,thing ch8 f Pialos Prace nieesn
~ *'. .4 pfrc i ve ytaping,fqult and so
praice, ondt osiniu kl
iVIuvur U.~ hOes fifty-nue nors whaevefr Pinosuy
We cary thebest o be adavN l give S the gean,athe saictof
doub abot. ~theousandrs pof s il gort a ngu,
"Buy HOESof Moer C. ari and adspyinafr out,c e ae
Walkoer, tc.,etc. formnin T Stieff Piah n orld racienwnked
nd *w '. .-e hae'evey bs '. th e rifc an evertalog, and yeactryo
praice, ndtocncetiu kl
cheape linedmadenesthis maker t'h S M. f th a s
for ome an Chidre -th c tory P i o n ftur e , I atod
W,aed coanr ine.s oehd Norg an tefPao,u ndth e aro i Banch
obt andu set. thWaer s 2b3ig rot wil gohalote
ge. goo on."-. ER Kthco.,N C
boys.cSering Eginati. eTr~fE TPASHO
cheaper lin mria etr is outry ~ t rses.Tn-eswl
forWom erd catildr--e helde- i 'lck o lnan pc la
Every manladywan ~etad paying eorMsits theSvins
should have a go opr youmr daugte epst.a
tiepee oeadThe Stiefi h nywrdrnwe
If u wtc, lok rie forWaBcatlogue and ctor
Piliuainnooo r-W tranfacturgeer,l Banimore Md.
Nouasfrth an ot,hCrlnaB c
Woe also hve as nic erom 13N ronS halte
line of8 GROWR00 . . UMR. I.WFL.
Jewelry, Silverntrct to L.HlUT
Weahrs'ad inasso. O RUSESO, TPASHO
IlelPeetutcntrc for bidi,,
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