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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
STATElD CONVIi,NTIONS OF
S thi Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 8.00. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomed. TIIOS. E. EPIING,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat ...................... ....... 81(49c.
Hams '----........................ lc.
Best Lard ........... ........... 10(a)l1c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... (0.
Good Molasses................... 25(50c.
Corn .....*................... 75.
M oal'...------. - - -.------------........ 7100.
Hay........ ................ $1.00.
W heat Bran ...----.............. $1.25.
1st Patent Flour .....-......... $4.75.
2nd Best Flour...- ............ $4.25.
Strait Flou-...... .............. $4.00
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.25(3.75.
Sugar --..................... 6( 6c.
Rice-----........................... 5( 8ic.
Coffee-... .... .................... 10 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Balo Hulls, per OwL.............. 35c.
Butter, por 9b ..................... 15@ 20c.
Eggs, por dozen ............. 12.c.
Chickens, each.................... 15(a)25c.
Poas, per bushel.................. 85c.
Corn, per bushel................. 70c.
Oats, per bushel................. 40c.
Sweet potatoes .................. 5 0a60c.
Turkeys, per lb ................. 6( 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .............. $1.00.
Take your chickens to the Newberry
Hotel. t&f 2
Money to Lend.
Money to lend to farmers at the
First National Bank, of Batesburg,
S. C. W. 11. Timmerman, Pres.
Summer Tourist rates to Southern
coast resorts-the Islo of Palms, S. C.,
St Simons and Cumberland Island, Ga.,
Pablo-Beach, Fla., Morchead City, N.
C., etc. Tickets now on sale.
For d'etailed information apply to any
agent of the Southern Railway Com
pany. W. H. Tayloc,
A. G. P. A. Atlanta, Ga.
Try the new remedy for costiveness
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab"'
lets. Every box guiranted. Price, 25
cents. For sale by W. E Pelham.
Money to Loan.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & Iun
tor, Attorney at Law. ft&f
On the morning of the 21st of May,
the death angel visited Kinards and
knocked at Lhe home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Poaguo and claimed for his own
their only little son, John James, age
10 years. His little body was laid to
rest in the Hopewell cemetery Tuesday
afternoon at half-past five o'clock.
You Know Whiat, You Are Takcing
When you take Grove's 'Tastcless Chili
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
isa simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
Spring time is a good time to cleanse
your liver. Trry Palmetto Liver Medi
cine. 10c. at Dr. Van Smith's Drug
"Cil dren's Day" at Central Methodist
Church Next Bunday,
At 11 a. m. Sunday morning at the
Central Methodist Church the children
will carry out the p)rogrammne arranged
for "Children Day"
A collection will be taken up, one
half of whieh will go to the general board
and the other to the State Sunday
school board for the support of needy
Prof. John G. Clinkscalcs of Wofford
College will deliver an address at 8. 30
to the young people.
All are invited to both of the services.
Cheap Rtates-Choice of Rtoutes by seaboard
Air Line Itailway.
The Seaboard Air Line Railway, the
short line from all points in South
Carolina to Buffalo, N. Y., offers a
choice of routes to the Pan-American
Exposition of all rail via Washington,
or via Norfolk and the famous steamer
lines diverging from that p)oint. With
its mnagniflelent Pullman car service
and through vestibuled traIns it Insures
a comfortable, safe and quick trip.
Round trip tickets from all points In
South Carolina on sale April 30th to
September 80tfi inclusivo, good for re
tur'n passage until November 3rd, 1001,
$37.10. Tickets on sale April 30th un
'til further notice at rate of $33.13
limited to fifteen days from date of sale.
.For' any further information address
II r. Butler, Jr., Division Passenger
Agent, Savannah, Ga., G. McPi. Batte,
Travelling Passenger Agent, Colum
bia, S. C.; R. E. L. Bunch, General
Passenger Agent, Portsmouth, Va.
0. McP. Batte, T. P. A.
White Man Turned Yellow.
Great consternotion was loft by the
lends of M. A. Ilogarty of Lexington,
Iy., when they saw he was turniug
yellow. is skin slowly changed color,
Also his eyes, and he suflered terribly.
ils malady w as Yellow Jaundicee. He
Was treated by the best dyctors but
Without benefit. Thon lie was advised
to try Electric Bitters, the wonderful
Stomachi and Liver remedy and he
writes: "After taking two iottles I
Was Whooly cured." A trial proves its
hnatchless merit for all Stomach, Liver
d Kidney troubles. Only 25c. SoldI
VAMiOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See notice of appointment In this pa
MI-s. E. I. Williams accompanlled Dr.
E. 1' Williams to Charleston Tuesday.
Mt. Bethel school trustees and pa
trons will elect a teacher on June 8th.
Misss Maggio and Florence Werts,
of Limestono College, Gaffnoy, return
ed heii this week.
Miss Daisy Mittle, of Bennettsville,
arrived in the city Tuosday and is the
guest of Miss Jonnio Mann.
Rev. WV. I. HIerbert, who has beon in
Rockingham, N. C., conducting a spo
cal series of motings, returned home
The Newberry Steam Launday Co.'s
new plant has arrived and they will be
gin putting the machinery in position
WV are in receipt of a very neat invi
tation from the Gainesville High
School of which Prof. Juo. P. Glasgow
Col. 0. L. Schumpert and his daugh
ter, Miss Thyra, will leave Sunday to
attend the Memphis reunion of confed
Miss Myrtle Schumpert will leave
Monday for Charlotte where she will
attend the commencement exercises of
At the meeting of the grand lodge
Knights of Pythias in Spartanburg this
week ]lon. Goo. S. ),ower was elected
On account of a washout on the Sea
board Air Line that road is now run
ning all of its passenger trains over the
C. N. & L. R. R. to Columbia.
Mrs. S. 1'. Stribbling, of Chalmers,
and Mrs. M. S. Stribbling, of Westmin
ster, are visiting their sisters, Mrs. 11.
1. Todd and Mrs. Jno. W. Kibler.
Mrs. Silas J. McCaughrin, , 'o has
been on an extended visit to I latives
here, returned to her home In Mont
goijmery, Ala., yesterday morning.
Miss Zimmerman, of Glenn Springs,
and Miss Cleveland, of Spartanburg,
who have been visiting at Mr. T. W.
Keitt's, returned home yesterday.
The election held on Tuesday on the
question of exempting manufacturing
entdrprises from taxation for five years
resulted in a vote of -11 to 3 in favor of
MIrs. Mary E,. Gilliam has improved
in health suficiently to be out agnto
%nd left yesterday for her home In
_'partanburg accompanied by Mrs. Fan
The regular meeting of the Primary
td Junior Teachers' Union will be
leld this afternoon at the Presbyterian
)arsonage. The meeting will be con
lueted by Mrs. J. L. Williamson assist
,d by Mrs. P. C. Gilliard.
Sheriff M. 'I. Buford arrested John
E. Oulzs (white) in Augusta Tuesday.
lie arrived in Newberry with his pris
)ne- Wednesday who Is now In jail on
;he charge of "falling to support his
amily, who reside in Newberry."
There will be a picnic at Hartford
chool house on June 1st. Everybody
s cordially invited to come and bring
vith them well filled baskets. The
ichool closed yesterday. It has been
,aught the past year by Miss Margaret
ave8 Two From Death.
Our little daughter had an olmost fa
al attack of whooping cough and broni
shltis," writes Mrs. WN. K. Haviland, of
A\rmonk, N. Y., "but, when all other
~emedies failed, we savedl her life with
D)r. King's New Discovery. Our nilece,
wvho hsad contumption in an advanced
stage, also used this wonderful medi
aine and to-dlay she is perfectly wvell.
D)esperate throat and lung dliseased
y'eildl to Dr. King's New Discovery as
to no other medicine on earth. Infalli
ble for coughs and colds. 50c and $1.00
guaranteed by all dlrvggists. Trial bot
IThe finest from California.
The luscious fruit was put UP
whie erecty reh.Large
cans, brim full, 25ec.
These from California too.
Something rich and tasty.
The flavor is delightful. Big
Just the thming~ for tarts. Per
These are so tempting. Like
all fruits from California,
these are the "real thing."
Grated-so easy to use. For
Shoerhorts and Ice Cream or
other dainty dleserts. Price
Lemon Cling Peaches
Those great thiok slices just
melt in the mouth. Heavy
gran. Sugar Syrup. Califor -
nia's choiceRt fruit. Can 25c.
('PuONE No. 50.)
FULL PROOtAM-TilRTY-ONE URAiD
Tho Larget itratinating Olmas In History
of tho Coliege-Ilon. ii. It. Tillman
ntid Other Dint ingtilahlt Speak
era to bo Hero.
We fare Lin receipt of an invitation
to Nt;wborry College commencement
which is a very neat and pretty onc.
Tlhe commencement exerclses are to
be held on June 16th to 19th. Wo give
below a full progr-am:
Sunday morning, at 10:30 o'clock,
baccalaureate sermion, by (he Rev.
A. G. Voigt, 1). D., Wilmington, N. C.
H1nday evenIng, at 8:30 o'clock, ad
dress to the students, by t,he iev. E. 0.
Wa(son, Charleston, S. C.
Monday eveni ng, at 8 o'clock, contest
for prize i(eal in oratory.
Tuesdayi morning, at 10:30 o'clock,
address before the alumni association,
by the Rev. W. iU. liller, Prosperity.
Tuesday evening, at 8:30 o'clock, ad
dress before the literary societies, by
the Hon. B I. T. Tillman, Trenton, S. C.
Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock,
Wednesday evening, at 9 o'clock, re
ception to tihe graduating class.
.J M iB:ekley. J S Renwick.
Miss 11 A Ihop. 3ig A M Riser.
F A Roland. I) V Riser.
1.1 T Cannon. A C Sclaelyer, Jr.
MJ iss L F CIapman.pilIalltT.l3rS
G b" Claussen. 1 E Sheay
J It Derrick. P 1) Simpson.
T It Epting. Miss A Suber.
C ) Epting. Al lss J I Summer.
G 11 Geiger. G L Summer.
J 1H Harmils. V J Swittenberg.
E 10, Hendrix. Aiss M swygert.
W R IKoon. T H Wedainan.
11 C Loriek. T E Wicker.
P. D Mower. L T, Wilson.
0 i Wise.
Cheap Itntes mi the Athuttle Coast Miew.
The Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens' Railway will sell round trip)
to the exposition at Buffalo, N. Y., at
the following rates:
Fromn Newberry and Proserity, A,
$37.10; B, $13.15.
Columbia A-Tickets sold daily May
10th to Sept. 31T, inclusive, final limit
Nov. 3rd, 1901, to be good going and( re
turning same route and limited to cor.
tinuous passage in each direction.
Columbia B-Tiekets sold daily Sumy
10th to (date to be announced later)
final limit 1-5 days froin date of sale, to
be good going and returning same route
and limited to continuous passage In
each direction, requiring deposit with
and validation by joint agent at Buf
Round t)ri ickets will be r.1( on
account of the United Confederate Veto
rens Reunion, Memphis, Tenn, May
2ik1 to t iron cuad inat
tfo oiite rtoeotiuus:asa t
Fr old Maywbth,rry and rsp7t, wit
$37.a0 li,i Juedth3.015.dpoi
Colmbg A-icketson agent datl May
1t teof eposi3th, anclusi, f thei
Nov. lii3trJe3, 1001, wil be go on ar
inuousd atCatainogach diection.tck
CoubaB-ikts sold d enSut aoia ints,a
10s, to enaete outh anolnaedlte-)
ransat iit ikayfrma o Pae, upo
the gocon of the returningsand deute
atno lmted Soth coinaonumasaen
an (aidaion byasoin gent AtBut
Aond n ig iketl wica gbeodn
acoun of t,ur Uplnid aonfdrtenVt
Tcneds rts. Ofrou-cla sinae
Evampoited t otnospsaet
phic, and the payeth eef chent
[inagoo liing wue 30,n91w. l e c
Cmite and lhtaoo a ove nn., sonck
etr pcd basem uon QALIapt,
ethro chep goin o reurOtipDs
rhn o vst goeickarmhesa Paun
the tocenjoyn e of theingondddi
~hing.Com aH. see theryou'l
vhc,b hewy r tecep
A Letter That will Interc-.4t Many.
The following letter received by
Airs. .Jtames Melhntsh fron the secre
tary of the Woman's Department of
the South Carolina and West Indian
Exposition, will give all the necessary
instructions concerning the exhibits:
Charleston. May 17, 1901.
No. 20 South Battery.
Mrs. James McIntosh, Newberry, 6. C.
Dear Madame: Your lettcr of May
16th hits just been recoived and it will
give me great pleasuro [to answer the
questions you ask. First Vf all, as our
EXp0Sti0II will not bo on s0 laIg0 a
scale as most expositions, the chances
for people's things getting lost or in
jured, would not be as great, and be
sides that, every precaution Will be
taken in receiving and eare-taking.
There will be a guardian In the woman's
building day and night, to look after all
exhibits. In regard to space. you will
havo to apply for the amount you think
your exhibit will call for, and there
will be no chargo for same, but if
things nre sold out of your exhibit,
you will have to pay 10 per cent. on all
sales. I-ach county is expected to bear
the expense of Its own exhibit, such as
Insurance, transportation, packing, etc.
There will have to be some one her3 to
receive the exhibit, and plaeo It, but it
will not be necessary to have some ono
here during the whole Exposition, un
less you wish it. Of course, if there
atre perishable things In your exhibit,
such as llowers, that would need atten
tion every day, you would have to
make some provision for attention to
them. J nst as soon as we can get our
rules from the printers, I wVill niall you
the pamphlet, which will give you ill
Now about the young ladies' work,
our youngq ladies' committeo just hold
themselves in readiness to do anything
they are called on to do. When any of
the committees gives an entertainment,
they apply to the president for so many
young ladies to help them, and she ap
points the number they want, and I
must say, they have worked willingly
and with much energy. Besides this,
they have gotten up many entertain
mnents among themselves, such as card
parties, egg hunts, drills or any simple
thing that they can do, to add a little
money to the treasury.
Hoping I have given you some idea
as to what the work is and that you
will be able to work up enthusiasm in
your county and give us a good exhibit,
I am, Yours sincerely,
Mrs. W. Alston Pringle,
Sec'y Woman's Dept.
We find a disposition on the part of
some to be a little afraid to promise to
let the ladies have articles of value or
relics for the exhibit. For this reason
we publish the above letter.
Mrs. James McIntosh.
What's Your Faco Worth?
Sometimes a fortune, but never, if
you have a sallow complexion, a jaun
diced look moth patches and blotches
Ion the skin,-all signs of Liver Trouble.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills give
Clear Skin, Rosey Cheeks, Rich Com
plexion. Only 25cents at at druggists.
Palmetto Liver Medicine may sa"e
you a spell of sickness. Take It in
time. 10c. at Dr. Van Smith's D)rug
Two Little Brown Seeds.
"WXake upl, little brother; wvake up now,
Spoke little brown sceod to his brother
But "'No, no,'' said sleepy-head; "'no, no;
I would rather b)y far in my bed to lie."
For both little seeds, at the foot of a tree,
Lay tucked upl in b)ed, snug as snug well
"'But listen, dlear brother,'' the wakefula
"'How the sunbeams are laughing, high
The lar'ks, too, are singing; their song is
Thiere's naught but a sluggard in bed1
now would stay.
And even the dormouse is stirring at
Why, surely, the winter is over and p)ast.
''Aye, little brown brother, the spring is
The earth, I anm sure, must be brimming
Nowv, little brown brother, fancy what
will you be?
And that's a grave question for you anod
"'I'll be a stock.'' "I a sunflower, antd
"Oh! brother, I never shall see you
And so it befell, for each tiny brown
rTe stock and the sunflower, sooni parteod
The sunflower, 'tis trite, waved aloft as a
Anod whispered, ''Where are you, you
poor1 little thing?''
But at eve, when the stoek perfumed the
It sighed, "hIittle brother, I'mu glaod you
-Cassell's Little Folks.
Jobt Couldn't Hlavo Stoodi it
if he'd Itching Piles. Hhey're ter
ribly annoying; bitt Blucklen's. Arnica
Salve wvill cure the worst case of piles
on eorth. It has aured thousanmds. l"or
Inujurles, Pains or liodily Erup'ions It's
the best salve in the world. Price 25e
ai box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
Stops the (Cough andi Works ofr the Uold!
Laxativye ll'rmo Quininen Tablets cure
a cold In one day. No curo, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Frequent headaches are often caused
b)y a disoi'dered liver. Try Palmetto
Liver Medicine. l0c. at Dr. Van
Smith's Drug Stre. y
Uloat1aig Ex t'i-Vet'M of tilte 'rt,p ity iratid
We are inli ceipt. of aI invitat ion to
be prcsent at the Comiineneelnit. \cr
ciks of the 'rorperity (;raded School,
.Jun -ith (and 5thl. Prof. t. A. .\bais,
at graluato of Newberiy College, is
prinlcipal, anld Mi-ses Margulerite 11111
ter and Gerltr-iu Sitmpsonl, assistants.
lnder the ninagemnt of the above
ellicient COrI)S of iwtctors t pupils
hav0 v md woildirfl advaunvceient, in
Tho commellncementil exorcisci will be
hel att, 8.30 ). M., Oiln.1 J1t n tile 1 ildhe
the atlinal addlress will Ib deliNered on
JL une 5th att 8 1) p. iii.
Tho following are tho i who will
graduat.- 0lis year and thoir subjects:
Miss IHlessi )omnllick--)uty Done is
tle Soul's Fireside.
Miss Manche [''ellers -Se slithness Is
IIOnId 'e)lIers--The0 Hertiago of
the Twentieth Centuilry.
E'rnest Long--'lhe Dio is Clst.
Miss Lillie A1ao lissell -Man never
is, but, :Oways to be, blest..
liss Es "el 1 St twm vt - -- F'ng lanld 's Iaito
Fr'ved Scliumpetrt Th11e eliu-at,ion that
evo veceive from our ancestors.
NI is Alatto Wicker-A l''aouls Wo
Ccil \Vychc- -i1aniibal.
ClIt'i tatt'g ott StMlthern ix I I otd.
United Confederate VOterans Puiu
ion, Memphis, Tenn., May 28--:0, 101,
rate one-cent mile. Tickuts oi sal
May 25--27, limit Jillie-1, with extension
final limilit.1 une 11) by deplositin1g Iickets
with Joint Agent, anld paying fee of lifty
centls at, time of deposit. They will also
atrange as to permllit a stop-over either
oii the going or rettlin trip of one day
at (lattanooga, to enable the South
Carolina Veterans to visit, Chickiaimau
Hduced rates to Newberry, S. C.
and retuirn frolli ItI points within the
St-ate of South Carolina, inc lid n g
Augusta Ga. One first clavs fare for
the round trip for individulls, andI still
lower rates for Fireinen und Brass
bands in uniforium, ten or more o1 on
Dates of sal 1June 4Iith and for trains
scheduled to araive Newvrry prior to
noon of .1uie 5th, final limit June Sth.
Firemen'-i lpprla'Itl.;tO he taLIisport
1I1Tndrieds of 1110:4 deligtful Summer
relorts t:d Sumiller hollme.4 oi the lilno
of the Houi.hern Ritilway qulickl y alnd
Ashville, iot S Tiring, Tryon, Hon
dersonville atm pings, vI Atliat
Springs. Inle of i'alm Cuinherland
Island. ()h 'oint Confort, Virginia
Beach, Hiffialo Lithia Springs, V it'ginit,
11o Spr in Whs, Wito Sutilphur and Iook
Out Nouitaln, "Thie Lad of the Sky,"
"The Sapphirie I!cgiol" anl many
other nearby tind distant mointalin re
Soutlhiiii Railway alho olers supe;nr
service and accolodations to reach the
i-eat. Lake region, the Alleghany und
Adirondack Mmuntiins. Low rounld
"'It is with a good (deal of pleasurie
ando satisfactioni that, I recommend
CThamberlain's Colic, Cholera and1 Diar11
rhioca IHemied," say3s 1Drzuggist A. W.
SawLelle, of 11lartford , Connt. "'A lady
customer, seeing thle r'eedy ex posed
for sale on my show ease, said( to mne'
'1 real! y beliieve t hat mei0cIine saIved
my lire the past, sumnuecr while at the
shore,' and she became so enthutsiastic
over it.s merits that I aIt on1ce made up)
my mlind to recommend it in the futurne.
Reccntly a gentleman came11 into my
store aO oCvericom withl colic pinlis that,
le sank at onecC to the( 1loor. I gave
him a (lose of this remedy which helped
him11. 1 repleaited the dose and in Ii fteen
minutes he left my storo smilingly in
forminitg mei that lie felt as well au ever.''
Sold by W. E. l'eiham.
Hlightest market price paid for wool.
tf J. S. Wooten.
STA'I'E 01' HOUlJ[ CJAI)lLINA,
N OTIC E IS H-?NEWHV C GV EN
that the under(lsined, beinug t,he
father of the following namted milner
chiildrten. to wvit: Jame 21105 , John1 WV.,
Wiliam L . , Lillian, Mord and1( fLinda
IRobertson, immeindiately after the pub11
iic ad0vertisement of t hIs notiee for- t,wo
l3oniseutive' weeks will apply to the
7th Judicial Circuit, for ani ord en p
pointing th J1 1udge of I 'robaite for- said
8ounty , the guard ian) of the estato oif
1aid 1 miniors; thlat the estato of said(
minors conisists of a t,wo-thlird into-rLlst
In eighty acres of landO, more1' or less,
Lind tho 51ame1 initerest in about fouir
hiundred dollars, inhferited by said
mninlors f'rom the esiaute of Lewis IDuck
ott, deceased, through their mother,
Alico Robertson, deceased.
MP UI 00CAINERAnWl;K
loom, In i0 days, i itnre.
D. M. UO .LE.L.,.Aa n n
If not, something must be
wrong with its food. If the
mother's milk doesn't nour
ish it, she needs SCOTT'S
EMULS!ON. It supplies the
- elements of fat required for
the baby. If baby is not
nourished by its artificial
food, then it requires
Half a teaspoonful three
or four times a day in its
bottle will have the desired
effect. It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bott!z will prove the truth
of our statements.
Should he taken in siumner as
wve/1 as winter.
N 1 1 4 i )WN N Iui' t -& Ymv rk.
Nothing so ood for liviver and hidneys
as I'alm11letto IAIeMrldicin. 'rice Ile.
at .Dr. Vai Smit,hl's Den11 Store. ly
Just these three point
Stylo, dtrtbility and oconohmy are IV
you will dlo us tlie favor of exinining
solf the favor of purchising. At any
Emoping cool is not dielicult whne o
Siummor SHiirti will ss4ist greatly in 11
plolity of varioly to help in the selecti
lI ilats Wo'ro "In tho Swim." Thil
horo for overy head tho right, Iat in
Our Shoos tttract attention bocauls"
anco and reasonabio prico. \Vo aNsurv
Wo tolicit tin inspection of ou1r stoel
We are now showing
newest and moststylish
the lowest., conslidoring the valtiojof t h
WVo call speciail attentioni to our W.
and( always havo carried the largest Iin
tho load( ini tis as our conitemiporaries
time after time. The famus W. B. C
We load all others in our hno of 1I.o
pric(s-M\isses', Chlildlren's and L ad ion'
is full of attractionsa for the latdios. I a
We cordlially invito at thorough insp)c
We SELL R1
4 If you
A ~ u nsat
~ \lido nol
Our Corset stock is Ia
Full stock Butterick Fa
S. J. W
Every cotton plaiter should
write for ourvalual>le illustratc(I
paliphlet, "Cotton Culture."'
It is sent free.
Scid nanic and address to
GERIAN KALI WORKS. o Nassau St., N. V.
rjj3II E TitiT l'.;s AND PATUONS
- of ilt. liethel' School will pleas8
mlleett tie tchloolhouse nt Saturday,
.1 tile 8th, it -1 p. tm., for the3 purpose of
vlecting it tentlhor. Can1i(d idates for the
posiion can seid their. applintlons to
nil.lone of the idersigiled. The sa1latry
I8 $. ' )C' 1110111p r M lt d t.1 term11 SIx or
.1. V. T] 1O Af 'SON,
.1. C. S. BNHOWN,
.IN NO. S. I zU Pl1,
I Il Trusteet.
3 about our ready-to
orth your soriois considoration. If
thw goods you will probably do your
:ato wo invito you to look at our
10 is proporly drossod. Our stock of
6iH diroction-good colors, too, 1111d
" E4 I-I.A.irmi
i4 tho H at Storo. Th'or's ii Hat
fit. and in prico.
of Ikiir high (ua111ity, ologantt ippoar
you it good lit, too. That mni
I complete line of the
goods to behad in the
hamslI, &c., &c., at pricos which are
IB. Coriietsi. Wo undoubtedly carry
(1 ini this city. WIo are( alwauys in
myIO b)00n obliged to ntokntowlodge
irsot, tihe miost popular in America.
niery. WVo havo all sizes, styles andi
ction1. CJomo and seo usm.
-y wom an knows what
& GCorset is. It is the
lorset that will not,
t, and does not stretch,
buy an R &G Corset
ses stretch, or proves
sfactory in any way,
it back to us and we
ye you a new one.
have in stock the fain
l4o. 397, moderately
-t front, which is pop
ith most women who
;demand an extreme
at front. Those who
Il find it in the new
at front shown in our
3elI No. 397 for $l.00
rge and well selected.
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