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Edwa"d+ n ,t i aptured.
A rumor has been circulated that the
negro Edwards, charged with the kill
ing of J. Butler Kinard had been cap
tured Wednesday morning. If there is
any truth in the report the authorities
here know nothing of it. He is still t
at large and a reward of $100 stands
for his arrest and conviction. s
An Iee cr',.mn FeP"tvx
Excelsior Reel Team No. 2, will give
an ice cream festival at the old chapel f
in West End on Saturday evening, July
26t__ Refreshments will be served on
the grounds, and everything will be
done to make those who attend have a
pleasant time. The young men should I
be liberally patronized, and we have
been requested to invite the candidates f
A Beduetton Sale. d
The great reduction sale inaugurated s
by 0. M. Jamieson, the head to foot
clothier, will certainly attract the at- h
tention of all careful shoppers. He 3
offers the best to be had in his stock it
the very cheapest prices consistent with
the quality. He has the goods, and if
fit, good quality and reasonable summer
prices are what you want, Jamieson
can please you.
The Little Wountain 8p?cial
'The Columbia, Newberry and Laurens s
Railroad authorities request us to state ii
that they will run a special train to Lit
tle Mountain on Friday, August 1st, the h
occasion being the annual college reF t
union at that place, and will have ample
accommodations for all who want to go. g
The' train will leave Newberry at 8 a
o'clock in the morning and returning will
leave Little Mountain at 5 p. m. Fare
for round trip from Newberry, adults f
50c; children 25c. Prosperity, adults 25c;
A Card p
I desire to return my sincere thanks
to those of my friends who have been r
kind enough to mention my name in 1
connection with the office of County ,
Supervisor and to urge me to enter the
Democratic primary and to assure me
of their support. I appreciate most
sincerely their interest in my behalf, a
and regret that circumstances are sucha
that I have been unable to make the
race this year.S
J. R. Perdue. b
Sent Up for Houbebreaktng.C
Magistrate Chappell sent Doc Cole- o
man, colored, up to the circuit court V
Wednesday on a charge of housebreak
F mg and larceny. He broke into William l<
Bllentines house on Sunday night last f,
N-..~~~ndstole some clothing, for which he y
Rwl likely go to the penitentiary.
john Coleman was also sent to the t
chaingang for 30) days, charged with Ii
petit larceny. On leaving the magis- t
trate's office the negro proceeded to
"cuss things out in general," and was
given an additional 30 days' for cursing
on the public highways.
or tee N=t vdeu o nlett i. ai sand>ey school c
- t.eVeetkno of Newberry Onnoty 1-, be
U Id atZ on ChrchJul) 30- 31, t902.
* ~ FIRST DAY.d
10:30 a. in.: Devotional Exercises
* Rev. Geo. A. Wright.
Enrolment of Delegates.
* Appointment of Committees.
Topic-Round Table: "Home Depart- a
ment"-Rev. Walter I. Herbert t
Opening Question drawn.s
* The Denver International Convention
-E. Cavenaugh, Dr. Win. E. Pelham.
Topic-The Sunday School as a Soul r
Winner-Rev. L W. Swope, J. L. r
Epps, Rev. W. A. Lutz, Marion Davis. e
-. SECOND DAY.t
' 10. a. iii.: Devotional Exercises-Rev.
G. Emory 'Edwards.
Topic: The Sunday School Idea-Rev. 2
W. L. Seabrook, J. S. Dominick, Rev. t
N. N. Burton, E. C. Jones.
The State work-Its needs. Let us
- do our part.
Normal Lesson-Prof. E. 0. Counts.
* ~ Have I received benefit from the Sun
day School? Short answers from volun- *
teers-Led by Dr. Geo. B. Cromer.
Election of officers.
Election of delegates to Greenville
P. C. Gaillard, Newberry, S. C., has
been appointed to take Bro. C. F.
Boyd's aplace. All reports should be;
sent t hm.
Let every Sunday School in the County
send to him, or bring to the convention,
-the amount pledged for County and
State work. If no pledge has been
made by your school bring not less than
How It Ia Done.
Tne~ first obj ot in, hfe with the
. American peop-e is to "get r ci:'' the
second, h>w to re.gaio good health.
The first can be obtained by energy,
ho'nesty end saving, the second, (go-d
health) by using Green's August
Flower. Should you be a' despondent
sufferer from any of the effects of Dys
pepsia, Liver Complaint, Aoend icitis,
Indigestion, etc., such as Sick Head -
ache. Palpitation of the Heart, Sour
SLomach, Ha'itual Costiveness, Dizzi
ness of the Heavd, N4-rvous Prostration,
L'w Spirits. etc , you need not suffer
another day. Two ooses of the well
known August Flower will relieve you
at once. Go t1o Win. E Pelham & Son
and get a sample~ bot tle free. Reigular
.size,75 ets. Get. Green's Spee ai Al1
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See notice to creditors.
Mr. J. P. Cook has a ten year old
rery sick with pneumonia.
Mrs. C. M. Cook has returned fror
isit to relatives in Columbia.
Mrs. H. B. Wells and children,
risiting relatives at Pomaria.
Magistrate W. M. McMillen, of Cl
on, was in the city Wednesday.
Mr. T. C. Pool left on Wednesday
pend some time in the mountains.
Mr. J. Monroe Wicker is announ(
candidate for supervisor in this pap
Mr. 0. Mc. R. Holmes has returr
rom a few days visit to Asheville,
Mr. A, C. Jones' family left
'uesday to summer at Hendersonvil
Mrs. J. M. Bowers left on Wednesd
or Atlanta to visit her son, Mr. Jas.
Miss Mary Thompson left on Tu<
ay for Hendersonville to spend t
Rev. W. W. McMorries announc
ihself a cand;late for Coun
Several citizens of the city attend
he opening campaign meeting at I
Mr. J. L. Graham has been appoint
ostmaster at Pomaria and has tak
harge of the office.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davenport a
pending several weeks up North taki:
i the principal cities.
Misses 'Lizzie and Eloise Earhar
ave returned from a two weeks' vi
relatives in Clinton.
Miss Lizzie Copeland has return
m a visit to Clinton, and is at hor
Mr. J. W. Earhardt's.
There has been but few prisoners
ril ince last court, but as the tir
)r court approaches, the jail fills up.
The sheriff has carried two neg
romen to the State Asylum within t
asweek from this county.
The county campaigners will have
st from today until Thursday, Augu
2th, when, they will meet at Prc
The court ' house looked desert
ednesday-all the county office
rere at the county campaign meetii
Magistrate Chappell sent Marsh;
wittenberg, colored, to the cha
ang for thirty days Tuesday f
Prof. H. B. Dominick and family,
osler, are visiting Mrs. Fulmer a
her relatives in the county. Th
ill remain here until September.
Deputy Sheriff Johnson arrested H
ry Henderson, colored, in Clintor
w days ago. The negro has be
anted in this county for some time.
The Mower Company announces
is paper a summer sale. The esta
shed reputation of- this house maki
us announcement the more worthy
our consideration. Read it.
Prof. J. B. O'Neall Holloway,
|lloree, Orangeburg County, and a s<
f Col. Thos. W. Holloway, has be
ected superintendent of the Grad
~hools at Williamston and has
The corn crop between Newberry a
omaria is fine and there is a gre
eal of corn planted. It is a good sig
L means full cribs,and a full dinn
ail. Col. D. A. Ruff has an especial
Bicycle riders in this city are havil
hard time now. They cannot ride
de sidewalks and the streets are
Lich condition from the sewerage dite
ug that they cannot ride in the streel
'hey have to grin and bear it.
'To Eiroll 'onft dert VetP.
Clerk of Court Jno. C. Goggans h~
aceived from the State enrollment coi
ittee of Confederate veterans, a coun
nrollment book and one book for ea
ownship-and a nice set of books. 12
loggans would be pleased if the Tow~
bip enrollment committees would c
t his office and obtain these books,
bat the enrollment may begin at or
u every Township and neighborlia
'his plan to perfect the rolls of t
eterans is a good one, and it is nec<
ary that the work be done at once a
e done thoroughly. Let each toy
hip and neighborhood enroll their o
eterans, and it is hoped that t
eighbors, kindred and frien'ds of
iving or dead veterans will earnes
mite in aiding the surviving veters
n prosecuting this enrollment at on.
Wednesday morning Mrs. Carol
1arris noticed among her pigeons
;tray and peculiar one, which pro'
o be a homing pigeon. On its leg v
Lgold band with the following insci
;ion: "9466 G. A.'' Mrs. Harris
1as it in charge.
On the same day one was also e
:ured at the County Home. It lit
:he door steps and was picked up
ne of the inmates. On its left
was an aluminum band with this insec
:ion: "G. E. B. No. 10.'' On it's ri
leg was a plain brass band. Mr. Su
sent the bird in to the city Wednesd
It is supposed that the pigeons
been released at some point and
caught in a storm and being exhaus
Lad to stop. Both pigeons are perf<
No Longer than Your Hand
is the spot in your back directly affe<
by lumbago. But it is big enough~
prostrate you until a kind friend
Perry Davis' Painkiller into your
ing flesh. Then the throbbing p
which has been as bad as toothat
dies away. Painkiller is equally g
in relieving sciatica and the var
forms of rheumatism. 25 and 50c.
THE CITY COUNiCIL PETITION Et).
Mr. R. H. Welch Petitions for lie-lief in the TI
ion Sew,-rage Situation-Does Not Like the
Idea of Ihiug 'Taxed for Something
for Which he hee!-tv-s no Krtne
a a t1 Petitiona Kecc,ivPd as' In
for matton. p1
Mr. R. H. Welch has taken up the ur
in- question of sewerage with the Commis- se
sioners of Public Works and the City
to Council and is making things quite in- tl
teresting in that direction. of
The following petition was presented
:ed to the City Council at its meeting on A
er. Tuesday afternoon, a similar petition F.
Led being presented to the Commissioners S
N. of Public Works, which after some dis
cussion, was received as information! H
on and placed on file, with the under- W
le, standing that the council stands ready
at any time to order an election on the W
ay question of issuing additional bonds to
A. extend the sewerage as soon as a peti- Ej
tion from two-thirds of the freeholders
is presented to them: Et
hs THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA- TI
he County of Newberry - Town of
Ex arte, R. H. Welch, Petitioner.
re., The Sewerage Question. R2
ty PETITION. St
To the Mayor and Aldermen of the J
ed Town of Newberry, S. C. The peti
>o- tion of your petitioner would respect- J.
fully show: Sil
1. That he is a resident and tax payer
ed in and of said town of Newberry, S. C. Ni
en II. That he wishes Lo call the atten
tion of the Town Council to the fact
that he is being entirely left out by the D
re sewerage system being put in, and no
rg provision whatever is being made for J
him in any way, whatsoever, to con
nect with any of the mains of the
dt sewers. The nearest mains to him are
it higher than the sewer fr'm his home :
will connect with, and still carry the
waste, even though he were able to .
ed spend enough money to carry his pri
ne vate sewer blocks in order to reach the
III. He wishes to call the attention
in of the Town Council to the fact that Su
ne the sewerage of Johnstone street stops
at Mr. John M. Kinard's and turns
suddenly to Main street. That no one
ro on Johnstone street can use this sewer,
he or the one on Main street, because they v i
are both higher than their private j u
sewers will be. That this is one of the In
a very few sections of the town that is
t building up and that can build up.
IV. He wishes to call attention of the for
- Town Council to the fact that, although of
the Newberry Cotton Mills pay nearly ha
or quite one-fifth of the taxes of this
rs town, that it and its people, who sorely re;
need the sewerage, if any one in town 31
g needs it, get practically no sewerage -
V. He also wishes to state that the
al Mollohor Cotton Mill and its people,
.in when - :egins operation, will have ~
or sewerage, although it will hardly pay ~
one-fifth as much taxes as the New- ~
berry Cotton Mills.
of VI. He wishes also to state that he
aid has just been informed that no one on
College street, beyond Scott's Creek
ey will have sewerage; that no one on the3
street leading by and out to Mr. 0.5
11.. Wells', beyond Scott's Creek will have
~sewerage; that the side streets thatj
arun into those streets will not be3
en sewered; in other words, nearly or quite
a clear majority of the residences of
in this town will not have sewerage.
mVII. He wishes to enter his protest
b- against this condition:
es 1-Because to him, it is not keeping
of good faith, for he signed the petition
asking for the election on the question of
sewering the town, and he voted for the re
of sewering of the town upon promises de
on held out to him that all would have la~
esewerage. That on account of this at
npromse and assurance, he signed the
epetition and voted for the sewerage.
Ec- Not to get it now aeems to him a lack -
of good faith, if it is still in the power I
of any of the authorities of this town I
aid to give it to him.
at 2-Because he feels that to ask him
-to pay taxes to help sewer the town
and himself be left out is unjust and
er tyrannical. It is no better than taxa- 19(
ly tion without representation. It is but ful
asking him to tax himself that others ing
may have the luxury and convenience coi
~of sewerage; to tax himself that the coi
on property of others may be appreciated ap:
in in value and desirability, while by com
*h- parison his is depreciated in value and -
*Is this fair? Is it right? Is it good
VIII. He respectfully demands that
he either be given sewerage, or that Ba
as provision be made so that not one dol- be:
n- lar or one cent of taxes shall be paid wi
ty by him for that which he ought to but O'
cdoes not get. o
cIX. He urges the Council to act at pu
[r. once in this matter, because the sewer- as
'n- ing operations are being pressed for- Co
all ward very rapidly, and soon he will be ty~
met with the answ"r that it is too late, mi
soas the work has passed him. He wants
.ce action while action can be had to any
x. effect. Respectfully submitted,
he R. H.WELCH.
SJuly 16, 1902.
nd-- - - -- Bc
-A RealI Cost 8aIe
N'n Going on the principle that the "early
;he bird catches the worm,'' Mimnaugh S
all has already inaugurated his great sum- NV
tly mer cost sale, at which goods are going
m5 at a mere song. His business the past Sc
e- six months has so far exceeded that of ti,
any previous year, that he is feeling C<
ie good and wants his customers to feela
;a good with him. He offers genuine bar-C
red gains in every line; bargains that are pl
was real bargain's. Go and see. Why, t1
.p Mimnaugh can show you more bed
till spreads on one pile than you can find
in all the stores of any town in this
ap- State the size of Newberry, and the
on price-well if you want them, theJ
by price is no object.I
ay. o' tal . be~ 'a- re-ults on baking.
had '(iftob' tB-v r : - is , 1'-:. - .tis.fae
tion because ihe g oalit y of "Cliftuii" is I
ted always the hiighes'. The quality of
ct- "Clifton" n:'ver varis, as does the
quality of other ilours The hous -
keeper cannot depend on a hlour that
varies in quality, but you can depend
uts If yuhv o sd"lfo"hv
uh- you groce snot yue aitrial a
ain, Your groesewil prove atilsactort
am, our swll r ovess.atryt
o, oud awel Ns tuS. O
los +rRNS Owenboro.I v.',
tf Owenshoro, Ky.
in wIo Havr Signed the Pledge and will
I)' Voted for ii, the Primary Eleclion.
The time for candidates to sign the
edge expired on Tuesday at 12 o'clock,
id the list of candidates is now made
, and they are now before the people
eking their suffrages.
The following is a complete list of
ose who signed the pledge and the
lees which they are seeking:
For House of Representatives-E. H.
.ill, John F. Banks, F. H. Dominick,
W. Higgins, Arthur Kibler, W. H.
nders and John M. Taylor.
For Judge of Probate - W. W.
>dges, Amos S. Wells and Johr. C.
For Treasurer-John L. Epps and 1
For Auditor-Wm. W. Cromer, L. I.
)ting and E. H. Longshore.
For Superintendent of Education
ig. S. Werts, J. S. Wheeler and
tos. E. Wicker.
For Supervisor - John B. Beden
ugh, J. Y. Floyd, J. R. Green, T. D.
image, Geo. W. Swittenberg, T. 0.
ewart, Jr., John M. Schumpert and
For Sub-Supervisor-Benj. Halfacre,
A. C. Kibler, G. S. Moore, J. C.
igley, W. H. Wendt and J. M.
vos. 1, 2 and 8-J. H. Chappell, B. F.
.y, R. C. Maybin, S. C. Merchant,
W. Reeder and C. B. Tidwell.
Vo. 3-T. P. Adams.
qo. 4-Frank W. Fant.
vo. 5-W. C. Sligh.
.o. 6-J. H. Williams.
o. 7-J. W. Ropp.
,o. 9-S. L. Fellers, B. B. Hair.
Jo. 10-P. B. Ellesor, J. C. Wilson.
o. 11 - Colin L. Graham, W. F.
xcurrlon 1- Atlanta.
k special excursion train will be ruu
C. N. & L. Columbia to Atlanta,
ly 29th. due passin'r Chapin, 11:49 a
Prospurity. 12.12 p. m.; N,wberry, I
26 p. w.: glinton. -1:10 p. in. Fare
tho round trip from all points nortb
olnmbnia $2.00 per capita. Children
f rates Tickets rood returning
ular trains up to and including July
;t. E. Cavenaugh, Agent.
\i Goi|T WAIT.
li you knew how SCOTT'S
EMULSION would build you
up, increase your' weight,
strengthen your weak throat
and lungs and put you in con
diton for next winter, you
would begin to take it now.
Sen't forNree sample, and try it.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409:415 reairl Street, New York.
Soc. and $1.00; all druggists.
Notice to Creditors.I
HE CREDITORS OF ROBERT B.
.McCarty, deceased, are hereby
uired to render statement of their
nands, duly attested as required by
r to my attorneys, Mower & Bynum,
Newberry, S. C.
tdm'x of Robert B. McCarty, dec'd.
GREENVILLE. S. C.,
ILL BEGIN THE NEXT SFSSION
fon Wednesday, September 17th,
12. Location convenient and health
.Courses of study elective or lead-]
-to B. A. and M. A. Degrees. Full
ps of instructors and ample mess ac
nmodations. For other information
ly to the President.
A. P. MONTAGUE, LL. D.
TOTICE ?S HE hBY GIVEN THAT
the undersigned, composing the
ard of Jury Commissioners for New
-ry County, State of South Carolina,
1, on the 19th day of July next, at 8
lock a. in., in the office of the Clerk
Court for said county, openly and
blicly draw thirty-six jurors to serv'e
jurymen at the August term of the
urt of Sessions for Newberry Coun
beginning August 4th, and continu
for one week.
W. W. CROMER,
J. L. EPPS,
Count y Treasurer.
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Clerk of Court.
ard of Jury Commissio3ers for New
berry County, S. C.
Newberry, S. C., July 9th, 1902.
DUTH CAROL NA
Dne vacancy in the State Beneficiary
holarship to be awarded on competi
re examinations, for this (Newberry)
Blank forms of applications seould be
plied for at once to Col C. S. Gadsden,
airman Board of Visitors. These ap
ications, fully made out, must be in
e hands of the Chairman on the 31st
tly in ordcr to receive attention.
July 1, 1902. Ch. Board Visitors.
Ail Raes ar
- OF -
FOR SALE BY
I W. Wie.
'INE LOAD BRADFORD MEL
Ions. Saturday. I sell Groceries
cheaper for cash than any house.
.T P. COOK.
WALL Paper can be had at Wooten's
where its kept in stock. tf
FIRST CLASS BARBECUE WILL
be given at Williams' store on
campaign dy J. W. Sanders and J. W.
Ropp. Gents, 40c; ladies, 30c.
W ANTED-Scrap Iron of every de
scription, and old machinery. Any
kind of fire wrecks or stocks. Write
for particulars. Address J. B. Gar
funkel, Columbia, S. C. t&f8t
YOU want a cool coat? You can get
it at Wooten's. tf
YOUNG .JACK for servicu. Apply
to A. L. Knighto'i.
tf M M. BUFORD.
RAVE things up t-, date. Send your
Collars ana Ctffs to Newberry
Steam Laundry. (
O bundle too nua I, none too large.
to have our attvntion.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
CALL at The Herald and News oficeI
for Labor contracts, Rent con
tr cts, Liens, e c
CLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
have it this way serd it to New
>erry Steam Laundry.
[F you have fault t find do rot hesi
tate to tell us. All complyints are
arefully consider-d at the Newbeiry A
MON EY T'O LOAN-We negot.iate
loats ti improved farm lands at
tight per c'nt. interest on long time.
Eluat, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneys.
ALL business that's business is "re
ciprocity" business. We help V
hose who help us; it pays us and them. V
The Newbe-rry steam Laundry.
RUBBER STAMPS-Name stamp C
15c. per line. Pads 10c. Dates,
nerchants markingoutfits J P. Cook,
ewberry, S. C., Rubber Stamp Manu- L
acturer. 6ms ltaw
I O.O. F
PULASKI LODGE NO. 20. P
ELETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT
at 8 o'clock at their lall at the i
raded School building. Visitors cor I
WM THOMAS. N G
T. S Hudson, Seeret.ar.
&Caklill hbk1 No, 9.
. I. 0. 0. F
WILL MEET TOMORROW a
Wnight at 8 o'clock in Odd Fel
ows' Hall. Visitors cordillyII invited.
Miss IDA TURNIPSEED, N. G. a
Mis;s Maggie Butchisor., Sec.
DOMMENCING PROMPTLY AT
~8.30 a. in., Saturday, July 26, an
lection will be held in St. Luke's
choolhouse, District No. 13, for the
>rpose of voting a special school tax
f two mills. All electors in the above
amed District, who return real or per
;onal property for taxation and who
~xhibit their tax receipts and registra- -
ion certificates, are urged to come and
'ast their ballots either for or against
he extra levy. By order of the trus
ees. J. 0. MOORE.
N. E. TAYLOR.
B. W. BOOZER.
ello Centrall!----Give Me 48
COnlfectioilry ald Bakry! L
They have all kinds of Bread
atent B"ead, Milk Bread,
Grab'm Bread, Cream Bread,
Cap Bread, Ry e Bread,
immel S'eed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy
akes ever shown here~ before.I
Orders taken by Telephone and de
ivered free of charge as we have out
iur new delivery wagon.T
Call and see us, or ring up Phone
SH. A. Meyer & Sn. n
(E8TABLISHED IN IS71.)
Dapital---- -- --$150,000.00
3urplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General banking business Lransacted
vith promptness. Special attention to ..
~olections. Correspondence solicited.
Deposits allowed interest at the rate
f 4 per cent per annum from date of
1eposit. Interest payable January 1st .
.nd July 1st of each year.
M. A. CARLISLE, Prest.
TI. S. DUNCAN. Gashier.
J. W. M. SIMMONS. A.sst. C'r a'
In preparing prescriptions at
We are governed by the rules of
accuracy, care and promptness.
There is no drug store in the State
that can serve you better. WVhether C
you send or come yourself, you get tc
the best attention always.
W E. Peihani & SOil,
ur entire sto
luslins and (
e closed out
iso Odds and I
engths from ev,
t reasonable pi
Vhite Goods, Si
s, Wash Silks
press Goods. In
artment has bi
nd you are the
nd take advant
ALL LOW CI
dies Oxfords worth $
Misses Oxfords at the
Mi's Low Cut Shoes
Men's and Boys' Strav
ose worth 15c now 8 1
now 7c., and many oti
haveful stock Butterick Pitt
for sale by single copy o
hen we advertise we l~
ivertise to sell and sell
ring. 5000 2 lb cans t
her Bargains sold in le
There are sorne who
~ter the early bird has<
en say, why you adver
ods We say to these
ents, come at once, f
ere are those who tak~
RE IS AN0ThER EYJ
1,500 Caas 3ib Tomatoes, 10c per
2003bcafl Srap apples, best
1,00() 2b cans Syrup Peaches 8c
1,500 21b cans Blackberrie,d9 e
We have bargains for every one ii
Lothing and Shoes. We bought our
keep warm. New goods arriving d
0. KL E
ck of Printed
?nds and Short
es, Linen Batis
fact every de
3en touched in
age of this op
IT S H OES.
2.00, goings at $1 .00.
11.50, going at $ .75.
l.00, " at .60.
.75, " at .45.
at same reduction.
v Hats at half price.
-3c. Those worth IOc
1er good things being
erns on hand, also Delineators
r yearly subscription.
save the goods, but we
we do. Goods go a
omatoes and a lot of
ss than two weeks.
,awake at last, come
aught the worm and
tise and dont have the
,Watch our advertis
or delay is dangerous.
.e advantage of every
grade, 8c per can.
e per can.
igh for Prince Henry) 9e per can.
1 every line, especially Dry Goods,
goods while comnpetitionlwas blowing
or the best at,thne lowest,
The Feir and Snnare Daler.