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43011,) MMit s % 1' I ICF.I.
l mbIih U)a, i 0. lt.-- AftCr a1 0e
cose of two <h-yi tilking in thu Char
lCton I"x o ition t,c l!gish6t.1l1e
got back down to work to.lay.
There remin0i OyI eleven working
days of this tasssionm for 1.he forty day
limit expi'cs onl Ih 23ved which is Suin
day and thc 22nd bein,r a lCUIRI holiday
adjoi'nitenit. will in all probability he
had on the ilight of the 214t. I felt sure
aS I stAted, that the r'eiO1lution int,ro
duced to adjoilrim on the 15t,h was only
I lit,tl hincombe indulgd inl or home
cotsiiption. Not,h ing more has been
heard from tie resoltition and very
lit tle its betn done and tils is tlt. I0ith.
Tihe genetral appropriationi i II wis iln
troduced only last, Thursday and nio
diseussion lias Yet been had onl it.
The muembers Who went to Charles
t,ol seeml to have hiad i deligh tim Lile
andl(] speak lin very compliimntary ,0rm111s
of the i'Xpositionl. It was time well
spent anid I do not think there are anly
Who will reg'et it,. There Wis 1omeR11
COISi(lVIrable disen1ii siomn in tha I house on
Thursl over a rsoLution to receive
n1o paiy for ule two days Spenmt at tbe
I",x)OSition nid thirty memibers vot,ed
for it., but iniasfiimcl ats time resolution
was lost, I presuimc fily will now feel
free to accept, this a s will ithe (othi ers
Such rmisolhitions is these st.rike lit- um
Iao and not ( olf -red ).I good fatit I,
but of course t,iese are n! txceptionis, for
I iceI sure the member who olffrell ihis
resolution is co nsct. i vli ouls and faithiful
in tie di,4chligc of his iut.y. MLill I
hatte to see 0,h1 legishaor of i lig St.ate
like South Carolina quibblinig over i
1tiatite' of this kinld. It is rNght, of
course, for every uoImbIer to Wiltch lt
louaks inl timet public treasury and be as
Oc I'miul wit,ithe Stitle's Imiomy Is a
lrinleit, linlus manm) would be with I
The trsts and t,le eorlpo-iirLionls Ire
nlow alb milt Lithe oily m, v tters of public
inuervAt, t , b haindled ad tihe redis
tricting bill. As I have said before
tho NicGowan hill hs passvt the house
biuti is flow before tile Seniate. mIakes
If) ('ihan1ge 1 i t.hil thiid disti-iet inl which
NewheV'rrY is IOAlId Thc bill to ivoke
tme el cIarter of time \mm glii --Cmol iima
Chemical Company hails not yet been
act'd m)m b.y tme SeIIte mil it is not lit
all IrObale LIat a:ythhinig will he loin'
onl this hill but IImta it will die with I hec
sessioni. Thm hill r10 ubming Salaries
of ectiimy (1llLils b, -s nlot yet, bo'e n
Thc approprinlt ii bill t his yvar. it,
reporu d by .-voIb mittee, v:trries wit It
it Labout fl4,t1 mn >re t hal li th oli le
reported i year ago amid it wails inl vx
eess <of inly fomt' alpropriitinm. The'
lilcease is uccolulto-d1 for. by the il
eise- delnnibmdmit by th- liospital for e
tit- Insano , t he'inrt aS' for Confederat tim
pen'msion-ma, them iniirmnse to Wintropmu andm
to itmhe lhuafan mii l e-liI!i~t' A mmi o
tom tak1 Im!mue' during ibi, 3i m:.
fori tia- itmlancei' oft hiie -t -'-hn wmill be a
Ll,.iken upl ini diR'uming the appiltopruia- 11
tonR ihill. t
T'l'm'tymnimni At tuma lm jinmt rneiolutiimm t
have'm lit'i'n rat itim'ti ince tm c-tesiunmhi- a
iranu, butm i.\ 3 iwo hamvm' biteen pri'mit.ed
mif thmest andmi !im'y mar'e nowu Lthe lawm. One
is tih' Am'' iimimingmx thett comie as pr'epred'&o
by' tm. mmmidi m!inssioner's anid the
other'm is thi'i j.'y' law.
I wiait tom say wit Imumt iiny demgm'ee (of
p1. rtimlityi Lmat. time 51-rmon at thme [Luth
eranR churchm-'i inm Newh-ei'mrry yes-terdamy
mmmriinlg l.v the m paistor, illev. D)r. Sema
brook, was minie oft tihe het I hiave hmeard
in ai long time. It, wasH tronmg and( fom co
fum andmii dliIve'red withI an enthusasm
that shmowemd time preaicheri feit the truth
hme wmas priesenmting.
ShitT Hiuford icame down to Ctolumn
h)ia y3'.'terday after-nooun on time alert
for somme fuigitivo from justice.
E'. Hi. A.
Senatmor ii R Tlilhmnmn hai' our thamk ma
fair a copy of time latest (ongessuionai
The P1reidenmt's visit to CharieBton
hasm beent potptoned oni alccount oft the
illnesis of hiP elde3st son, who as an
attacak of pnReuimonia.
TJhe jurmy law as it has pa~ssed both
brainchems oft the legislature, is pIrintedI
in full onf t he outside of t hIs issmue. It
will no doumt standi time test of the conm
A stitution aind there wIll be ino further
trouble about thme tryling of jmury calses
Much good will have been accomn
plished if time action of tihe courts in
holding theo old jury law to be uncon
stitutionial will p)revent iocal and spo.
olal legislation in the future.
It seems thmat some of the Georgia
-politicians, followIng theo leadi of South
Carolins, are trying to got up joint do
bates for t.he discussion of national and
State issues. Th~e echeme, however,
has fallen through on aiccount of time
refusal of smimme of the most prominent
politicians to bake part.
These joint debates in South Carolina
lately have degenerated into meetings
wi emre the pulittciane do nothing but
heap upon eamch other's heads abuse
and ridicule, and the Georgia states
men have done wisely in refusing to
8ou te syn~ 18e.
Dmn't matke it a hiabit to horr..w your
it! h blor's papler. Thet paperi is to,
hvatp to do thILt.
Doni'l mitkv it at halbit, Lo It-mII your
pkilt.r. Y"lu mliLYh1, Want it t-omlimic
when it's a1way Itroml homn.
mi 't. itsk u- to cr, dit you. Wt don't
wanti to hurt y f et it.o-- by r i g.
Don't. he aI chaun, Io it, . k. % w.i e- voll 1.
p) k1wr lik.. sk L oi. in l rimus i z -11
and kovp I o , I i t'. ,. , LlOtl oi UIel
T h t00V( 66.v ("o n1'1 " 10 from111 tbl
takfeivy alldg am.1y apropos \e
wou Id I ( li t.o ad niti t h r f18 II.or1 I! th )e b I.,
elit of tihet! ditor. If aInilyonet. fat i; 1t
hiltd any of thes. "don'is" doni'l VI
nad t hirn. lio may come around aif
ter a tw ilie see the error rf Lhi.
iaty. And don't it too sensitive i nd
take everyt,bihig ,btis .said or donec av
at thrust at, yfou.
The Southern Railway i.4 ffour'lInh ihi
mllost excellent service for ti h Cio-l
to, Ix ositio,in rid iti ninig rour. wts
SCnrI4 trIPIS (daily bk'L,ween C0ol1rnhill
and Charletonl viach Wa). There ht.
one chanige oil O,hwGreellville N ('ohlln-l
bill, divisionl %we(. would like to See an
We believe Wouid mct thel. opproval )If
f VAi.t Iijority of Wit,i IpI,nS a nd t) it
is Io have li its trai passing here t on
o'clock Ieave Oreenville varly in the
monIt1ing so ts-t,o reach Colkiumibia by 9
or i9::io it. mI. ,nd the train, from c,,htn
bia m.l leave there about four o'clock Iin
thet.! afternloon. If that, change were
mIade We wolid have an ide(.aLI sched
wile that, Would give lii-Sons from
from tilel p vt anl oppewrtill'Y to
1!) Lt, ('olum biI tilld spl- ! w , ral hii r
and( riti th ol itn b li-t h 4'i11u Il-inht,.
li- 11)11' I M-1118 ii t1 .
Mr. IB Carl;sll. lilt., ha I m vod into his
hanidscimlp, coti l-I tg joi st. lilhdi m by C ('.
iavis, of Ni-wherry. WVi wouhd like to
eiet'110n1r suchIl lioe s 11 -ti gri the c1011on -
we Were sorry (o IvItil of the dt t hil
of Mr. I) lots t handl.r, who died
lIt wvvk. lio wats t1 w lhe y brother of
01ur n11eiglbior,. lr I ' Cha dlkr. lif.
lOt hitir 1101t t.tyII jY y4. a r Iarf 14)l
m:ehis honm- in1 ;Irveenville.
Ml iss li .Ssit -, i . vamlife olit Saturd y
[evompnllim 1h . .Ais To'ltvn and .
birol-d Sli illay-t vOil i$.
M lSs .lita .11 ew, of D il ) i8d0 iS
viiing heri tu , Mr.s in A I lawk Ils
M iSS D)LiS , V 'h ell 11ISPVenI1t la t e Ik
Wilysist i it sa ai t:n Iii pa al i
M v. I . A. awkinws, of ( '4hlllhia
Sp lt til' SO )bha1 IndV th' p1:ar*011a
M .1ir . L . \ . 11\1.1ell is iOriinv it wi-1l
for Mir. S. A\. .uletlr Sor
NIr I-. W. Bian4tfod ir-prietnir of
he Biransfilrd Mlills of O)wen-boro, Kiy.,
iaair of t h-ra "Clifto. b1*1lvil C f
oi" orand of flo r, was i)l it t ity last,
Wilk for IIhe puirposo of introducing
is Nomr in) thki nIrIIket.
The "('liftonl " I or is n tad y -i n e%, I t
1 11h4 flm,( pat.-Int, 11olurs m1ade, butl
Very Anak is Sold under the reviste!ed
ad mar Aofi Jte AndiAdutsa. r
ily- mi-le Both Vof th l'Ohirierwh
a- meb- tofelan bi eguo, anoha n
id it, s toubing undierot o . s
>rr100 D.ie foritiued n a. n
.ulterat i In.asee sfu di i
Iur '.Ii)l 1ay tias,. mas [orernow
inni ve d"aii , as he 'ur foodla
a psedercongrMss M oyar g Iitdi'is
(2),oMissio reent,y analizdI th
our-fsix mIilln iocaed in Kasmany
Alfeet t, a foundposynous
linera alieaye i n Ote Millurt
M--everycoe oft,em. hismilra ,
0s a wite andlin slae,adcn
Rt be deitd, exiet byichrd,cal
nayi, but rs eeMiusn er,ct wMls
e 5 verby'an oerotasbrasmd
8ut-Adu lterat eague'sguaranter,
aMorso th.'e "ellon" brnd to sy
'ohingof is spro uaiyo
WJghnrad Wite, Mlor.Te "Wieaton"
Perhsonsw RHlipp fod the let,toil
peesA hyr dvertised .
ofJ wHl whichnd Prodston atnons
thre toDes. rt, a tw fiominbol,
aMrs ouece o Durer. de
G - Florence G- dey ali olmn
8T0RitV 0V' A COON.
The ' 1rw n 411w O 1t14n141 vimalij
i)ur iig Ihe early Im I. of tibt session
Miv- legiLhalr- Ai-sistant, clerk le.
(m'ow, 'f the s. -1e :ts workinlg well
inll) the Iight. in to- st-ntel cbami b rI.,
pvieprill tlie r-x da)'s joilnal for
tht- priilta 11.- w% , rirel , weary and
wori w ith It 11.i wo k ;aIl 11h aid back in
his hir to :ak m I. l l-C.1L. L,ooking
')ut, of ole of I hII( win(do As he( saw on
the Window sill ant I'llinimal that, looked
to him) lhke a acooil. lie rubled his eyH
ail to)k anotivihr look und dvcidt-d that
it wias acLually a cool ailil not ti opt,i
vILI illusi.n. O>n u oiig ti investigate
the lunimllia ad
Se( !ow t tol I th c story tite next
Iorining, but, his talt. was received
wi.i u tli I ad minemhers wert.
hald to vrelnark thiat * McCown must
hatVi- had 'em1 ILa-I night."; 01r "MIC
Cowit is hug hoalsf.," Ind olt.er such
like iltmpertinUlit, tIl a isrespectful re
iiaks. Now \Ifr. Mc:Cowi is a man of
strict VUrAcitV aiid ump1st,ione<l Ho
briety. Ilis friend-I say tiat inl tle lat
ter I.spect Ii woulild iot know a
bli Ind Li ge r If hteu ran IcIoss o 01,
sm0111e-thinig that, is liable to happeit to
atty m1ana in 'oluimbill, except state
cnstabe-ittICs aId p)OlicCeitl, for aIIIy
of -auchi animials aIre Itt large in the
city. liuder such virciisLitnCUS Mr.
aeCowni was mich hurt that his
tit fal iness should be doubted or
that iulatitat,ion should be cast upwon
his te-t(1tal pitIal4-iph-S, atd l e dtrI'
m0 i fal lt vbilll ic:00 .him 1 '. ltie wa;
voisitntly (Oil t.il "olcmit, faor- th Ie
cioili. IutL e. i-kf stoe t ra, ks wtre
dall- vere in l - uit al the lit ir of
tlie esgroisIig ci th prtmenit, h an X
part cat i - inl the l i)'t. r )- pro
inied timm gnin tic oli tiacks.
Mt('Cown beganl to fri litter las he saW
vinidivntion inl t'ight TI he n1iIht wa.tthI
manLi 11ddekd hi";r-ino y a in ,a
la.. had sven 11h,- aIl irnal. Stil I uIit inl g
'llmailasus inl tihl! 1-lg iatu sioAmok Ihileir
hlladtf alld saill Ilighl, watchmlenl tell
erally -ipt all nig lt, ald( his story Was
blul a I ieatil. li.- an1id \-leCown poioled
licir fres ani hmgtught aoon t-rap 1)
atid b)I1t.1d it. Iv.r I ('oin k<vpt clouar (f
i I ut il Thu''l )rsde k N 1)i _h]t whe heI 1 1
wialkevd inIoi it, tild was caullght. I c.l
(own1) i atdIa the watchanIt ft-l that
i V have n L great victory, aId alre
waiag biad sitilis ovar the discomI
ture of thes--1u1h doutmed theirtate
"21 cr tIP'S . ttliiiihli.i state
l 11t. Thl. anilliail wits onl exhibition
t- ray t i ih tool htuse to prove
hlaut a c0in hi,ala d in tiaILly been inhabit
ov the St:it.e i'.1ml. Where it come
iom1 or howv it vot, f lire is unknown,
lt it, is slipp If-d to be the pet, eol of
aonie ei az -i Columiia Recoi d, 8th.
Mot hers can saftfly give Loley's H oney
alt I'ar to their hildren for' coulgis
iud cohis, for It coltaisI no opiat,es or
ithier poisons. Giliier & Weeks.
Germany, at the end of 1902, will have
stk anditg army of .195,oc) Mn.
Wint.er ciugi.s are alit 'I resul t, in
osmpiiitttio. if ii-gletead. They cit t o
cont broki a up lay uasinig Fle3's lio0tL3
ind TIar'. Gilder & Weeks.
T'he paper cutrrentcy of Spain ntow stands
~t 4i3 per centt. loss oit the gold standcardl.
ley'~u s Honitey anud Tlar is bet, for
no opatles, andl cures qutick ly. Caraefutl
:nothers keep it in the house. Gildt r
Phtiladelphliat druinkuards are ntow re
leased wheat sobeir for fe:ar of their b)rinlg
ing smiahlipox into the jail.
TIhe most rei able preparation for
kidney t.roubles ont the market is Fo
hey's K idneay Caure Gilder a Weeks.
P'haenomtenally mild winter is being ex
pecrientedl in Russia. At Kiev the trees
are h)udd(ing, tihe river l)nieper is cear of
ice, while at Warsaw violets are flower
Kidneray comlit h kills miore pteople
than aniy other diiseaste Thiais Is dueo to
the d isease be 1itg so insidiouars that it
gets a gooud hold on ie system before it
is recognaized. Foley's Kidney Cure
will p)revent, I he deveIlpet. of fatal
disease if takent ini time. Gilder &
A shte firm int Toledo, 0., has traced
to the depredations of mtice, losses ini
greenbacks antd other paper mtontey which
have tamounited to $20,cco itt four years.
A 1Nigat Alarmt.
Worse titan an alarm of lire at nlight
is the brat.sy cough of eroutp, which
sounds like the cibdiren's death knoll
and It meanhs death unl-m somnething
is dloi.o qutickly. Iaoley' 15Honey and
'Tar niever fails to givo Instant reliel
aind quickly cuties the wvort, forms of
erou p Miras. P L Cord ier, of Mant
nitgton, KCy., writes: '-My tree year
old cilid had a severe ease of crou p;
the doctor said shte could not live. I got
a bottle of l4oley's Honey and Tar,th
Ilrse dose gave quick relief andtu saved
her life'." Refuse substitutes. Gildor
'rTe fertility of Egyptiani soil is illuas
trated by the fact that every otno of 10,500
square ilies cana support 928 personts
whiereas eveni in densely popula.ed1 l.
gitiut there are ontly 58() to the sqjuare
A Thoalr,dia IttutiaM an-rwn Away.
Mr. W. W. Hiakuar, of Plainview, Neb.,
writes: "My wIre had lunag I rouble for'
tover fifteen years. We tried a number
of doctors and spenlt olver a thousand
dollars without any relIef SIte was
very low andl I lost all hope, when a
frind suaggestedl tryling li-.iey's Hloney
and Ttar, whIch I dial; ai-d thanks be to
this great remcIdy it saivedi her life lhte
is stronger and enljoys better health
than sIhe has over ka own in ten years
We shall never lie withaout~ Foley's
Honey and Tar ad would ask those
afficted to try it. Gilder & We.eks.
MENTAL AND MORAL.
'he st:at of tho itother itring K gesttiot
mnay iniiniiev the whole ittitre of the chilit
It is hiily i1nport:itt th it preginalit woieI
ni et the ins. tic witi cal;u conmposmaie anl
with fig little
v: i l it s It, 1) - -
1jiIe. A r1 111iIts
of t h v lower
I k i n g (I o in re
- g iii e i 41 itt -
aide aiId t.4
un11lerv:o I ainl
less yestait ionl
tin th-livery of
yoolny, for the
are not physi
or Ief,i fied by
W o1i1 e 11
stiffer it g
of thle (lis
coveries of art and science that counteract
the elftct of dress follies. 'ro-day ill every
drug store there is one hiiiitent sol(I at $1 per
biottle. which excels in vir-tule Itril s:utfen-sq
any like rettledy, to be appliel externally
by liart once it <day (in thef( skin inl thos
regit-n1 of tle ute-us. It is not It irtg for
yoni lo swallow. It is Mother's Frcend, so
named hecanse it has never failedi to givo
coinf.rt I <Ild C-:sse to any Worman\ who ever
uset it i) im1o0theroho<i.
Sernd for oltr free book, 'Motherhool.
Till HRADIILLD R[GULATOR CO., AILANTA, GA.
Tacoim.t, Wish , is 3,209 miles from
New York by the shortest route and
takes 127 hours to get there.
Olet Molcliar'4 Experlerci,.
M. M. Austin, a civil witr veteran, of
Winchester, Intd., writes: "My wife
was Hick it long tinie ill spite of goad
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. ICing's New Life Pills,
which worked wolders for her health."
They Olwny, do. Try thmli. Only '5e
i l illdiggisi.
The State and local boards of Iteallit of
0lio have aIo)ted a rIesolutiOnl declaring
a:gainist tile continitued ui e of paper iloney
. fter it has become soiled fromt constant
Nolice of Filp Scllomeint a1l Discharc.
. i TI 1' IY GIVEN
. othatm) will make a final sett(
MeW 0on thIe e-slatte of T. Odell Dtickut
iillo in the IPlrohafe Co-t, for New -
I rey County, S C., n Moniday the
10th dhly of MI'arch, A D. 1902, at, 11
el0OCc il tO- for-enmolt a d will imine
1iely thereafte-r apply for letters dis
ii [-Sory. NANCY 1)UCK ET,
Guardian of said minor.
February 70h. 1902
I'l 1 E UNITE) STATES OF AM ERt
CA, 'T[14' STATE O SOUUTH CARO
b,l NA, NEWBERY COUNTY-IN
TIl 1 tN UNITE) S I'ATES )ISTRICT
I n re , Charles J. Zobel, Bankrupt.
H '14ARLES J. ZOBEL HAVING
I been duly adjudicated a bank
-upt,, on the 1st day of* February,
1902. ar-d has been duly refered to m(4
is Referee to taki proceedings in this
ciasez is required by the Bankrupt, law
In this case, notice is hereby given that
the sad Charles J. Zo-hl, bankrupt,
will be examined by me In my oilee at
11 o'clock A. M , of the 15-h day of Feb
ruary 1902 All who art, interested are
roquclsted tw be present, In personi or by
ILtorney. R. H. WELVH,
Newhtrry, K. C. Referee.
Sheriff s Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWB RRY.
D. P., Ward, Plaintiff,
The Western Union Tielegraph Comn
BY VlRT'UM OF' AN EXECUTION
A.to me directed in the above stated
ease, I will selIl before the ottrt 11ouse
ini Newberry, Siate an~d county afore
said, wIthIn the legal hour-s of Hale, Eln
saleday in March next,, being the 3d
(lay thereof, the following described
p)rop)erty of Maid defendant: the lat
I aries, instrutmeunt, wires, po(les, and all
other property, real aind personal, In.
eluiding the franchIse ai-d rIght of way
of said defendant within the coutyt
atnd State aforesaid. LevIed on to sat
isf y a judgtment In the stated case.
Te'rmns: Catsh; purchaser to pay for pa
pera and stamps.
M. M. BUFORDIU,
SheriTf Newherry ('ounty.
February 3d, 1902.
TO THE ITIZENS OF TOWNSIIPS NOS
2, 3 AND 11.
Yr OU ARE HEREBY CALLED TP
. moet at Mr. J. A. Cromer's resi
denco at 3 o'clock on the afternoon c
Saturday, 15th instant, for the purpos
of organIzing anid looking to protectini
oturselves in the case of incendiary firet
A full meeting of all the citizens is de
J. A. CROM ER.
J. P WICKER.
In New Spring Hats, Neg
New and Original Conceptions
facturers are controlled by us8.
Exclusive Novelties correct in S
Look at the "Lofter" H
Stylish for middle aged or
The "Mascot" for youn
style than any hat ever shi
The enviable record of t
will be more ti sustair
been so well prepared to j
Than king the genera
for their most liberal ;
continuance of the sar
To Bu Merchandise for Almost a Song.
I Just finished taking stock. In Selling so many
goods last year we have accumulated Odds and
Ends in short lengths. I am going to clean them
out at less than fifty cents on the dollar. Now is
your chance to buy remnants and short ends for
almost your own price. All odds and ends in
Clothing and Shoes will be sold this week at Cut
Throat Prices. Thousands of yards of white lawns
Nainsook, Percales, Check Muslin and Embroid
eries to be sold this week. We need room for
Spring goods as I am going to the great Dry Goods
Centre of the North to buy Spring goods and want
planty of ready cash. This will be..,goodbye sale
to all winter goods.
5 Bales 40inch White Cloth, (short length)
worth 6 1-2 only Sc.
2 Bales 36 in. Drill worth 7c. only - - 5c.
2 Cases shirting calicoes worth 5c Mimnaugh's 3 1-2
100 doz. men's half hose worth [0c.
price only Sc.
100 doz. ladies hose worth 10c. Mimnaugh's price 5c.
10 doz. white bed spreads worth 75c only - 50c.
10 doz. " " " " $1.25 only 95c.
300 pairs men's shoes worth $1.25 and $1.50
Odds and Ends, price 90c.
200 pairs men's shoes worth $1.76 and $2.00
Odds and Ends, price $1.45.
200 pairs ladies' shoes, button or lace, worth
$1.25, Odds and Ends, price 90c.
If You Want a Pair of Shoes for Little Money 9
Now is Your Chance,
tt 100 PAIRS MEN15 OOD PANT5 AT HALF PRICE,
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF CLOTHINi TO BE CLOSED OUT
AT HALF PRICE.
COME to The Dig Odds and Ends Sale.
MIM NA UGH'S
The Leading Store of Newberry, S. C.
Knights of Ptis
Newberry Lodge No. 75.r r l Id fm* nt in uios ht h on8,cmei
ad 4th Tneada nighi of each motn3 ticst istayc"oesta.hv led ogtfn insb el
wecomed. THOS. E. EPTPING, ~ ott vr,pti h iete at nsc oka hsi utn e
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Crot well Hotel Buildink.erh.ndtirmnsaeotobecnedhevrltlew dthtbos
____ S'PI~~ llT[I O irthe very fnest Pino ade, an are sold all over the
w en anontl yo u h .on fi ruih something as good for less money-Just
w,e toiday and get b'ae >ry pricrs on the SIEFF PIAN ) and save t,he
ife hO.Chas. M. Stieff,
w ano" M a u ..ur, Balmr,M , North and South Carolina Branch
ligee Shirts and Neckwear.FienirnnTIIJ2V
by the greatest of the world's mnanu- Fl UUIs ~ualI ...U.I.JE lI
TY LE A ND PR ICE. In St rong Old Foreign and A mori
at in Black and Sidi, very (cash A.,ses. Aggegate *34u4, 11.JE IRYS
' young man. .finUnC
g mrn has more snap and Lf nuac
own. lIn Pacific Mutual, thme most co.- jn large varieties from
his branch of our business nlomiicl and liberni company in en
ed, for at no time have we worla. a cheap Stick Pin to a
lease the trade.u re d C i a I I E G lD W T H
atronage, we ask for a Insuran I NEGL WTH
.Call and examine my
In ravelers and Maryland stock before buying.
Casulty. Mishaps are frequent.
Over Post Office. Jeweler and Optician.