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ean ass."r.' its e: It r Ihat
-.'n r's p\riate se'crta't -v . p : w
neover "11ry to intj:re'' the IS::ie '. -
11411;t s0 ollg ais it 's -lo' ., '.*...
the governor" : any W0 o \o'her ::
iriontds, for it is a fact reo . '
throughbout the State that the ::ate
new -pa iper has done its :thlre to ho'p
bring onl thte defeat of every ran,ii\ldtse
fir poll! ical otllee whose cause it has
hmn ip tied.
With these fat:s befor us, we again,
with the utmost sine rit.y, assure the
odit or of It o State that the "governor's
plrivato secretary's paper" is not going
to "try to injur"o the StatI newspaper,
a111l tgafitinl we' wislh for it, nat its editor
tnltly years of prosperity.
.John G. Capers, the newly appointed
distriet attorney for Soullt Carolina,
took the onth of oWlice in ('hiarleston o;t
Werlne-la l. IIt saiii imntliately after
taking charge t'itt, ho was tnot appolut
(A ay a democrat but, is a republica n,
ri that I he inlluencre of Senator Mc
La irin did not havt, o mich to do
the appointm-nt its his own poll
tit.-. "My appfointmnrnt" he 4aid, "will
r.ot hiavt any eftect one way or another
"pon the controver.-y in the demcratic
par.y as represetntel by ,enators ,M -
La :rin and Tillman. I have been
.. ;roughly aligned with the republican
Tarty on noutionai eri:slots since the
t l,,tion of the Chicago platform avd
na t i :re puliicly -upp1rorte'd cAe;' n11le.y
f ,: r,sr;.ident, and ,nce duiring a Icm
r/ r:Lry rAlidence In Mlar'ylind1, voted
trrepublican ticket in a 'on test f< r
di not scure the apipoinitment, or ..1
deitecra tic (1istrict at torne'y after all.
As a resul t of t,he ispen hsary'3 profitsI
be intg Iak en away fromn Charleston
31ayor~~it Smly (lhe has itke n oil the r'aid
ing squalttl of the city and left the State
constables to enforce the law ias besit,
t,hey can, gilvinog as t,he reason for th is
action '"that Chiarlestoni could scarcely
be expet!Ced to go on sperding thlous
and s or dollars annuailly to eniforee the
law wheti all thu prohits from It were
to ho taken from hier."
Th'lis Is certainly not the prolt r view
to take of th is matter. It is as muchb
the duty of the city of Charleston or
any other city to eni fore the d ispensary
law as It Is their duty to enforce anty
other law on the statute books. And it
Is their duty to enforce It even if they
think the law to be unjust.
Governor MJCSwconoy has sent lotters
at dIfferent times to all the mayors of
the cities and towns of the Stato askitng
their co-operation In the enforcement
of t,he dispensary law and offering to
withdrawv the constabulary force If It
was not needIed, and ini thIs wvay since
lhe has been In offico tho constabulary
force, ilhe most ohjection able feature
about the law, has been considerably
reduccd. A nd all ailong the governor
has shown that his p)urp)ose hats beon to
abolIsh the conistabulary system alto
gether if the people would demand the
enforcemont of the law and see that It
This anoti on the p)art. (of Mayor
Smytho In Charleston wIll not help
In view of the charges made agalinst
-him by E. 8. Maclay In his late history
of the United States Rlear Admiral
Sohley has demanded a court of nqulry
and hIs request, has been granted by
Secretary Long. Thle four charges
made against him as given by the
WVashington P'ost are as follows':
Firat, The alleged delay off Cienfugos,
Cuba. Second, The alleged slow pro
gross towards Santiago de Cuba from
Cienfugos. Third, The retrograde
movement on the 26th and 27th of May.
Fourth, The battle of Santiago and de
struotiona of Cervera's fleet. The court
of inquiry will convene some time In
September and It Is probable that ad
miral De9ey will preside.
So long as only the credit for winning
the naval battle at Santiago has bon
given to Sampson by the navy depart
butwhei n aditonto being robbed
of he reib orwinning the battle, he
was bannd f nWarine he:-.
t h.h im t hat th' mAtt hoier htuhl be
1d i ' w t" he.i' thi t
m . r a.f A r meet ig ts . .n tP l 1t% 1
T ' : i . ,
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1h, '.: ti . .2 r
lxmmediaxtely folowing~ the esn1.
.'hool is gie a . pecial B ble d :i. f :
Ic inutes by the p:otor. dsgnes
Spermial for v thex. in you ng.
l'very third Sundal:y is given to the
;tud of mi ss ions. a'nd spec ia l o.eri
ar' maduoe l each class.
T ill. l'.1 l' 1 .\YE'li: .\,..''N ;
A uratse of sy$tL'atie tible' study,
.vith talks oin sitpeia'l top:it wil be
C)lfered for the neext few mioniths~.
C:I'Wooi x a:A1h'l-: Tr 10 n.x xxx iG\ i:-..:.
Wespecially axious to have
vey pirson in our com ity i n te
std ii some iha,tnl of Christian work.
''he ispwortIh I ,eagueo is dlesignxed for
1im niediately following the pastor's
Ad res on its plan ind purpos t Sunday
wexing t,ho i Laue will be orgailzed.
lv'eryodly can ho x mc mbehtlr or the
lea'1gie. Iverybody slilx:d be. Yoxu
oose noti ng. You gain everyti ng.
evr yo o w int,to know everyboidy in your
'hutxrci and Lo0111m uit .iiiy better? Join
,1I Leagu. Do you wan.g t to enjoy
;our religion? e oll tho Iogue, s o
ou wat symn apxthy and spiritual help?
eing the eaguei. lo you want. to
rI how to (0 cnhrist ian work? Join
tI) League. )o you want to k now
how to atiract, Peoile to the best soci
ly, to the chuxirchx, to Christ? Jloin the
Gameix t.O th m1)ieet ing Su ndlay evenu ing
amd l'ring y'our frie:xds. Pastor
Remaniing inx the postollico at New
borry, S. C., foxr weok endinug JuLly 13,
A - Anna I0. A ditams, lhxxrt A ppitoby,
Mary Anxdrews, B. A. A ull.
IB-N. Ltxeden, Mamnlo Brown, 1Li111e
Brayboy, Bonno Board, W. B. how
ers, Dxrayton Burton.
C-Ida (Jlamp, lEd. Croimer, Rt. F. Con
noerily, Il1la C1onnal, Geo. W. Cole
man, 1(da Ciamip.
D--Edward D)ukes, Rt. A. Dowaldt,
G-lennio Gleen, Trhomjas Goree, A. 1E.
Greon, A. J. Glenn, Eliza Gilliams,
Elizabeth Gilliam, M. G. Gibson,
H.- J. II. Ilendrix, John Iliggins, WV. J.
H-odges, Josexphineo Hlolmes.
Ma---~xry Jilces, John Johnson.
IC-Willo Kibler, Mi. F. King.
1r-A. M. LesteLr, Minnio lyles.
M-I. Tr. Mayor, Geo. II. Martin, WV. J.
Miller, Bary McMorr'is.
P-)avid Pins, Mary C. Pritchard,
J. D). W. Porter, Willio, Price,.
lI-Meta 10. Rtoberts, Boxj. J. Ramrsoy,
Willie IRoiford, Barnio Rtight.
$--Addie Samples, Carrie Ivey, care of
TI. M. Sanxders, Maggie Spearman,
J1. W. Swilton, Sallio Sunimora.
Ti-J. M. TJimmenrman, Mat Traddick 2.
W-Rtoberdia Wallace, Hannah Wal
lace, Arthur' P. Wortz, "tattle
Whieolor, Jas. D). Wickor', Georgo
Wilson, Sue Wilson, John L., Wilson,
Wed Wright, W. M. White, Cornxella
Wright, Calvin Wilson, 1H. W. Wil
llatna, B. Bi. Williams, Ehigo 811gh;
care of W. M. Wicker.
Persons calling for these letters wvlL
please say they wore advertieed.
Every lot at Auction, 30th.
Palmetto Li'ver Medicine cured me
of chronic constipation " writes James
Evans, Piedmont, S. L. Sold at Dr.
Van8mith's Drug Store. ly
Carpets at lower prices than over be
fore. See them, at WVooten's, tf
[Have.you read display ad. of the
Auction Salo the 30t,h.
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..r 'thren . a. , of i t' i at e n\i
:1'., t trai l it h . much p asur ti ht 1.
asa:ene ai~ a rte i hOr
', c. 00 111tol t 1't 11 l? .
0r amsaeayallce kn ,
:n e t o here "aI : h e . . in m
hub way have tridt. pe.e vZ
thi aliace ortw ye.tatrt, andi' a tind
the, ht hl 1 havc ben on
red b t ord trlane
d wi t the gr a 'ie t
ni.e b 'r,l. I f t a I
foua to.'the:emergenc. Our 1'rgan; a
1 t ::: hao .e. ete r o rate ui' er mf
i. . elect ond
n.ihbr to j -i oan Aland el
nwbr brethren:. whlen' orlt:ore wasn
f to erl wi 1 11 T h m" e':.
then saw ,t ?oo works'anit of h allince
an the se it e'today. The ojer, of
th::erganiatio. n wal:i s to l ther
S, a:ose who wer unabe to stnd:o:
.-cii~'tro of. 1toSate aianc: .:\C
e, iw pure achrialesr thg y
hoa :r:bcr and a brother in this or
rl s bpr t b a l reing m.o
Iece: yo.n here oace more. 1. in my
Stkbe one have tried to piehits' var
ealian for two ears and ind.
brethren that \hie 1 have been hon
crt by the order, and have been treat
oti with the greatest respect by every
I::tltbel'a I feel that I have been 111n
t othto t e ergene'. w aur a tn eia
tion has. I fear d eteriorated onier on
a".t:iniifist ration, it-.stead of tlli ..l irg up1.
The truse of his I ton't kow, unless
it is neglect. on y part and Yours to do
our whole duty in eneo zing our
nei,llbor to joini our ranks and help
us light thle bathte of life. \'01* can re
Ntwtbe', brethren. e o r oank yuf
full to overflow ing wit lenber : the
then saw the sooa works of th, alliane
and they se it today. '1'he onject of
the organization was to help the poor.
to assist those who were unable to stand
alone, purely charitable t,img, yet
how man hat c withdrwn from our
rolls: some by death, but a large ma
jority from causes known but to them
sele. In the death of atonth" . Xr.
derok onroughour brhest. liht hias
acti10on as this ati tr ha0 dad i en
athe inalsconesh will e had
to-day', lseson.u Lookn in hervy
valst of the wollanc M1r Crosand po
allaned tand tre etor hst asod.et usr
oft,er iters i derdfrmt. li
ancowf,- rtnw laely nvete,an youfo
Tisin plac ed wthan oppoiono onh
grouderha te yurd anesdintr, ao
a rst,l frn and catld nt to ausedsfo
youginizeing o. btwaotended oan
t,ooc and ha tul e f orstl)s l tht
goodu alliahe rdeotd ts fund. lTht
elatierwa offereely. diud pgral
conet ain the era dporthn wasor
put, iatln atv wrevnain the or-an
orgn' liett the Stat ne. o akalt
aThie bdsusy will be mringmfdnatl
ac o thendliance pr.ososand pro
thed retat the directors ef thie a tt
aanco xchnw afey eteo.n a
Prisdln et withrn oftho Ntiona i
arllance th retat l ad inghts sas
Whtustfu e an Tound Yo euow. o
oraIinnswork.oto was lefttnby t<
frend othM. hAd thoaty wof exforgton
golofie oryer,and theufuerd. teril
Hmar was elo diudi. Hroan
oas traed the beealdsoticor utt
t t alctie workersi the wonlderfu
oac he ate aLiancormedy tae act
wites:ol "Aftertaing w bsepoesi
'rs hobody wured. AlI mri provesit
atchupos ering f)oon andmah, ie
and Kreyto toubiectonry of5th Soltd
Presidno Whabt. Yof tAre aina
Whe Vyo tae GTrves TaseleseCh.
Treat bcausetheolo wouars anby
prientd on overy biogty bow ing tat
Is sitmplay wron Yando Qund ine lid
wiot or. bnoft Ture it as. a600.en
.\\ . Nele w ill e hli il ' ho at
1' iirit ac:ads'my nox '. lot'day.
\ Na t y I ot N oti sh wvill top.u
h,. \.hil at .1lo y Sa t r' net r n tonalda.
1; , \ It' 111 1 a 'd ri; In l ti I ull.
a t h:'. \ tih'f n Il tll t'ia. t h !u o at
1 t \art kil' io v it T ' it l
! I N.o s. If .,I\u w:in( Ilr\I htn to
oa t lhe i lit t i n tl Neit'\
;'," al, it \h:is l lter-<tin 1'lw , l.. t I Ihk,
: I "th \ia. 'ountl for t' 'ral tu ot nt hi,
lttr i h tme In t'h ur' da the ith
\::s l'.a lltit':mnger, of t'lhmut'i:a,
' \ iittg re': ives til this egoitn(y.
1''. I ce Sin l:i ml ife have : \ mie
,' l: Int li' I Nh'rt' h :ta wi tea1 hY torl
0 ia11 it t'v fra l m\itrti m t.
.\ comm iit tee h as h1c i 1 apt oi ied to
solicit tul bs1 pti t' Ols for a sit IItig
scho at St. I'hilips and Iachman
('ha' . tow \itig t 1he "t' t s of :uhi
n iTi.t, w wish the cotis ttce nutl h
5 lOm' e-s in thii ir unde~'rtamk ing,.
'r.'of. T t- \\ ' it'\ antd sist I, ' la a,
of Newb'rrv w\ert' in this sect ioi hlst.
Sutday. They took in preaching at.
St. a 'hilips and Ilchman Chapel
ch'ch)es. This is onur venerable d osli
tump. \\ are alays proud to umeet
him. i r. \Wicker is a youingr man of
omarked ability, 'le has just iinished
his gradu: t It course at Newbetry il
i',.e., and is niow before t he world to~
itursu for him sel f an avoenttiou of .o1me
kind for his fuitue life. V1videntl he
wart b' a public servant iutt hatever
avocation he may be thrown. Ve
higzhly Comllmend him to the publ:o, and
most assuredly thos., who are hunting
for a good piece of material ean tind it.
in the person of ''hos. -. Wicker. lie
is a self made young man, fall of vigor
and perseverence, 'here is no "dud'
isn" connected with him.
it's a bad idea to say too much at one
time, let it be ever so good.
I don't know why it is. unless the
world is expanding to such an extent
that the people havcn't time to enter
tain very much of anything at a time.
I want to have somethiin' to say in a
fature letter about the bovs. antd the
d:atler of allow iuin them to k:ioel
around. If there is anlything on earth
that I am interested about it's tie b'vs.
I have a special interest in the boys.
and there is nothin that I love bett:r
than a good boy. The future hore of
the worl rests upon the boys.
M r. and Mrs. S. J. kuard and daugh
ter. M:. 13. B. R'ikard, went up to An
derso:: last Saturday to visit re.atives.
Mr. 11. 11. Kibler who has been work
ing for the Carol!::a lla:ucfactari:
Company at Newberry for tt.o past
-even months is takint a vacati-m.
The crops are wonderfully improved
since the rain of the ISth.
Wec just opened our Tuesday's Herald
and we were certainly sorry to set t hose
peor old chips which have beec culfed
about for the past two weeks. Well,
we are not going to comp)lain nor mcke
any corrections, but simpily call upon
thme public to excuse them.
Thbe residence of I. WV. Buzhardt was
st,ruck by lightning last Thursday night
18th instant. Mr. and Mrs. Buzhardt
wvere at supp)er ini the (lining room which
adjoins tIhe house. Mr. Buzhar*dt was
considerably stunned. As soon as he re
covered from the shock he thought of
his little boy who had laid down near the
firepmlaec atnd went to sleep as children
often do. He hurtridly wvent to tho
child and soon found that it was not
even awakeni from its sleep. The bolt
strucek the house .on the right of the
tirep)lace, knocking the clock and
mantle down and broke otut several
lights in the window. 'When the mantle
fell It came within about, six inches of
falling on time child's head. Notwith
standing the child was surrounded with
death blows, not a hair of its head was
tmolessed. This shows us the kind care
and protection of God over ils chil
dronet. If God be for' us wvhiat can be
We were also inforimed that tihe resi
dence of Mr. John McCullough, Jr.,
was struck by lightn ing the same night.
Mr. McCullough was not at home.
Prof. L. A. Jiawkcins gave a zono
phonie entert ainment at Union Academy
on Tuesday night, the 23d instant. We
were sorry that we could not make it
convenient to go over, but old Mrs.
Ohips andl several of the children speak
in the very highest terms of the enter
It was our pleasure to worship with
the Christian congregation of Ebonozer
Methodist church last Sunday morn
ing and to hear a most, excellent seor
mon preached by their pastor, Rev. 1).
P. Boyd. This~ was the first time that
we have had the priviledgo of hearing
IHey. Bloyd preach. Notwithstanding
the sermon was pointed antd full of
Bible truth, yet we were not at all sur
prised as it was nothing more than we
expected.- *fheo is nothing surprising
about a good tree b)ringing forth goodl
fruit. This was the beginning of a
series of mectlngs at 10bonozor. Hev,
Bloyd announced that Roy. R. C. Wyu
lhams would p)roh in the afternoon.
We were sorry that we could not stay'
over and hear Rev. Williams' sermon.
The farmers throughiout this section
have the best crop)s that we have soon
any where in the county.
July 25, 1001. Chips).
The easy terms the feature of ?hoj
day the 30th,
t)),t1'tt 11w ih,n.
'I'ho' hot, wavl. nat hen brokon by a
('r0I1. nro Iooking, very Ih!oo. Ild
t-.rll is a. fath lu ;.rttin rl oil" turn'ed
\t r. It 'n 1\ti1lb:'In, of Illehoa, $1p 1t,
;:1i1t'tb y ut : h I r . . :unh\r\.
.\Ih l:; tis 1 ''ete t 11u ' bot'n ''tl'etted
to Iteatth 1.o I.)II Town I1..hIool for. the i
\;, I li o I.. k ing, of N II1't.y-81x,
(. ' , f.'rlt'r I ecIrr of tht (O l 'T'own
tt'hool, i spend1i1; ta ft'w dtay?I wIth1
\I r:. .1. \\. tantlers. \Vo all nuy wel
.'011m0 hcer back in onc m1idst.
NI r. .. \'. itderl , one of tit 'I'owni's
mo10st )olulttar faruors, along in tll
: ting a!d: "If ht mato lt) huslio:- of
wvh t't on Ix a ret've, wihIt'l tltluh't. havo
iny fertill.'or undor it at all, that, Ito
wou.ld end t ho ('IintonOrphauuao at har
rol of tl1u,'," antl when ito lhrolieed it
turn"surtled up II; husholi, t"o heo shipped1u't1
his promitd ba-rre l of lour la:,t Friday,
.11u1y (1), 11)(11.
'I'his is a geod oxntmpi le t'feh
farmer ihlob matl' a good wheat erop.
'l'he railroad authoritles have uado a
ur-voy on the old eit-off and found six
foot. fill, and probably thoy will makte
itmediato head-way as to drainin g
It. at ont't. *t
July 22, 1901.
Get I slice of eart h the 30th.
"liewnro" naid tho potter to the
cli, anl t littlo lator it wats waro.
An egotist. is a a1)111 who thinks
himseli somebody and ovorybody elso
Tho woman who nogloets hor hus -
band's shirt. front is not. tho wifo of
Liv in the. present. Lots of pio
ple render them.;olves unhappy by
too nmuch foreenst.
Notice to Overseers.
A LL O\'E[RSIEERS AlRE iIEREI3Y
noutiled to put their roads in good
con(iitions by the 1st day of ;eptember.
Anu they are also requested to make a.
return by said date, together with a
li1t of all tools belonging to the county.
J. M. SCIIU.\I'lt'1',
4 F1 I::T-CLASs BA I3E CU E
.i will he given by Mir. W. \V.
Hiser and Mr. Johu-on at Stompsto
nian Spring on At:gust 3d. This apring
is sltua:ed on the Newberry and Laur
ens line two miles from the Calues
brick house and is the finest mineral
mater in the Sate. This will be the
gran.iest 'cue of tho season. Remember
thbe date. Saturda:, August 3d. Given
by Riser and Johnson. An excellent,
dinner miay be exl.ected.
fHEI EAS. A PETIT!UN HAS
b_een ti.ed by a msjority of the
freeibolders of the town of Newberry
with thc T );Yn Ccuncil, praying for an
election on the question 'f hssuing
bonds to the amount of twenty-live
thou 'and dollaris for the p)urp)os of
construct' ng and puin iig in a sowerage
-'ystem in said town; and, whereas,
sai;] pet't on is iu aseordance with and
meets tie requmiremernts of the statuto
law and eunstitution of the Statle.
Now be it or'dainued by the Mayor and
Alidermuen of the town of Newberry,
S. C'., in council assembled andi by au
thority of the same: That the questioni
of Issuing bonds in the sum of twenty
five thousan,d dollars for constructing
anid putting in a sewerage system for
the town of Newberry, S. C., be sub
mnitted to the qualified electors of the
town at an election which is hereby
ordered to he held on the 20th day of
August, 1901, anid to be conducted ini
the manner presCribed by law for spe
cial elections, with J. W. Gary, Alex.
Singleton and W. A. McF'all as mana
gers, who are hereby required to certify
the results thereof to theo Town Coiuncil
of the town of Newberry, S. C. Those
voting in favor of Issuing saId bonds
shall cast a ballot wilth the word "Yes "
written or printed thereon, and those
opposed to Issuing bonds shall cast a v
ballot with the word "No" printed
Done and ratified under the corporate
seal of the town of Newberry,
[SEAL] South Carolina, this 16th day
of July, A. D. 1901.
W. S. LANGIFORID, C. and T. T. C. N.
Natiolla Badi of NewFerry, S C
(EIITLABLISHEID IN I871,)
Capital---- -- --$150,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General bankcing business ransaeted
wIth promp)tness. Special attention to
collections. Correspondence solicited.
Deposits allowed interest at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposIt. Interest payabi.e January 1st
iid July 1st of each year.
M. A. CIARAIsYAE, Prest..
TP. S. DUNCAN, Cashier.
J. W. M. SIMMONS, AssL. C'r'
Queen of i(
There is but one Gle
nent for Stomach, Liver
H otel open from Juri
It is up-to-.date and
.Water forsale by
'Il'ho nott uiro tiilo without, foldrt oil
poirfeet, vontiblttion to t ho Hloope'r.
FIVE REASONS WHY YOU
lnt'. It. tl'or(i, h o )I+HLs vontilaition,
withoit, foldu or crons Mticlk; tho hot, i
froor from fols on tho HideoH and foot <
till tlt vacuu:.
2nd. It. hanlels tho not, by rolonii
HpiI1ng arm" carry tho not to a porlondi
8d. 'ho bod oant bo rolled to any
I th. It. is tho only not in use thatt ii
bowiuifully ou tho had-board an a lac
r)th. A child oant work it. 11,
We are now showing
newest and most stylist
Dress Goods, Muslins, Piques, Gin1
the lowest, considering the valuolof tl
We call special attention to our W.
and always have carried the largest li
the load in this as our contemporaries
time after time. The famous W. B. (
We load all others in our hue of H.
prices--Misses', Children's and Ladiet
is full of attractions for the ladies. I
Wo cordially invite a thorough insp
Every man, lady r.nd
boy should have a good
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as we have
a large selection.
If your watch, clock
or.jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it in good or~
.We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
Interest paid on deposits in the Savings
Department at the rate of 4 per' cent.
per anbumi from date of deposit at
OF NEWflERRfY, S. C.
CAPITAL. $50,000 00
We transact a general Banking busi
nloss and'asollcit the accounts of indi
viduals, firms and corporations.
GEO. W. SUMMER. L. W. FLOYD.
GEO. S. MOWER. P. ('. Sm'n.
JNO. M, KINARD, Preutident.
0. B. MAYER, Z. F. WRIGHT,
mn Springs,; S,
nn Springs and it has n
,Kidneys, Bowels and E
e I to Octoberi1. Cuisini
everybody goes there.
ON .& SIMV
-Dr. W.E. Peiham a t
tin Hiden (,r in tho I lead piece, giving
SHOULD BUY THE DIXIE.
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having a hoed poco 5 fcot squaro
ir oaclily vHOpeH, and tho not being
f hod tho cool air oasily rushes in to
g the cord at tho foot of tih bed; tho
cular poUition agaititt tho head-board.
part of the roolm, for vontilation or
an ornament to a room, draping as
0 curtain coes on a window.
a complete line of the
goods to be had in the
;hams, &c., &c., at prices which are
B. Corsets. We undoubtedly carry
ao in this city. Vo aro always in
havo been obligod to acknowledge
Jorsot, the most popular in Amorica.
)siery. Wo have all sizes, styles and
atest and most fashionablo styles.
ection.. Come and see us.
Your vacation or trip will be many
times as satisfactory if you have a
good Kodak to tako pictures of theo
If you want a perfect Pon buy
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen,
the standard of perfotion--sold at a
fair price--absoluately guaran'.eed.
I also soIl the Edison .Phonograph.
Thoro is no amusement of modern
times that equals the Phonograph.
They will record anid rep)roduce hu
man spoechos. They wvill record
music and reproduce it afterwards.
They wvill repeat what has been
p)layed, sung or spoken by others to
the machine. You can have your
friends sing or speak in the machine
arnd reproduce it many years after
Hamihocks and pictures of all
kinds and at all prices a specialty.
_YE_' BOOK STRE.
L.and aqd Security Co.
WILL IiUY AND SELL '
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B3. MAYE~R, President.
JNO. M. KINAI, See, and Tras.
o equal on the conti
and service exce Ilent.
For board apply to
id Gilde?'& Weekre