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FRIDAY' MORNING. MAY 4, 1888.
pW, Sturdivant &cD
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
OF EVERY KIND,
COFFEE, TEA, RICE, GRITS,
MAET.S, RAISINS, CURRANTS,
CITRONS, LEMONS, EXTRACTS,
—A FULL LINE OF
Cigars; and Country
For Cash or Barter.
Priu'-s given delivered from wagons.
Corn • •&>
Flour ■ •
(’ouiitry Bauon, hog round , 10
Irish “ I’oo
Peas ■ 75(/',1.25
Country Lard 10
H av, per hundred LOO
Chickens . ..... .. 12U«20
Butter . 156/20
Hams • 10
Shoulder* . 7
Sides ■ *■'
Beef 8 "»<■ 'j
Sweet Potatoes. ••>
Irish “ ... • W
Feas ”s(e 1.25
1 lav, per hundred 1.00
Fodder. ... 1.506/2.00
Butter • 12U(e15
Kggs .............................. 10
Turnips, per bushel . 50
Local and Personal.
You can get your nice soda water .
at Buck Hollis’s Store.
*W. M. Homy caught 20 pounds
of fish last Saturday.
'l’lic most stylish and best goods
at ('leghorn & Co’s.
A gentleman from Sand mountain \
offered straylferries for sale intown
Saturday at 50 cents a quart.
We have more goods than room ; i
call and get the bargains we are
offering. J. S. Cleghorn & Co. |
Wade Sproul!, who formerly trav
elled this section for Cothran A- Co.,
and Miss Marie Freeman were mar
ried in Rome last week.
Butter ami eggs wanted nt
E. W. Sturdivant <fc Co. .
F. M. Gaylor, near Melville, I
caught II red horses, averaging 4
pounds each. Fifty-four pounds, I
caught in two days, is not bad’ fish- I
A full line of spring goods at
Taylor & Bros.
I*. T Carroll has a twig, about
three inches long, on one of iiis ap
ple trees on which there is a cluster
of fifteen apples. Apples must be
plentiful, not to say numerous, in
Large and small Bibles anil Tes
taments, at S. W. McWhorter's. ,
s, A large number of persons paid I
the last tribute of respect to IL
Henley by attending his burial last
Th irsday at 2p. m. The services
v. ' i- • conducted by Rev. T. 11. Tim
mons, and were very impressive.
Taylor it Bro. arc headquarters
for School Books.
Mr. C. C. Cleghorn was in Rome
last week looking after the right of
wav through Floyd county. Through
three farms the damages assessed '
were $835. This was for right of
way for the five miles next to Rome.
Ladies Kid Gloves 25 cents a
pair—see them, at
Hollis Ar Hinton’s.
Rev. G. T. Goetchius, of Rome,
and Hon. T. W. Milner, of Carters
ville, were chosen by the Presbytery
to go to Baltimore as delegates
the general assembly, which meets
No lady need go anywhere else
to get nice Hats or Dress Goods il
she will see Cleghorn Ar ( o.
. Revs. W. A. Milner, T. S. John
ston and B. 11. Brown attended, from
this county, the meeting ’ of
the Presbytery at Cartersville
last week. Bev. Mr. Brown preached
the sermon o.i m:••• . ns during its
Co ae a . I see our new goods at
once, before they are ail sold.
Taylor & Bros. ‘
The line of Robes, both White
and Colored, at Cleghorn’s can not
be matched in price and quality.
Mrs. G. I). Hollis has been quite
sick a part of this week.
Torchon Laces, Ribbons, Em
broideries, etc., every style and
price, ai Hollis A; Hinton.
J. R. Clemmons has been confined
part of this week by sickness,
Latest styles, and lowest prices
on dry goods, shoes, hats, notions,
etc., at Thompson Hiles & Co.
Mrs. W. A. Milner has about re
covered from her recent severe ill
Beyond all doubt Cleghorn & Co.
have the finest stock of the best
goods ever exhibited in Summer
Miss Lula Brook, of LaFayette,
has been visiting Mrs. E.N. Martin
Our young friend E. W. Sturdi
vant has as line lot of country meat
as any one could wish to see.
J. T. Suttle and I’. B. Little, two
of Greenbush’s most substantial far
mers, were in town Tuesday
FOR SALE—Mineral, timber and
farm lands. Call on or address
Clovis D. Rivers, Summerville, Ga.
Mrs. R. A. .Denny and her little
daughter, of Rome, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C. U. ( leghorn this week.
We have received our second
stock of Dry Goods that we will
sell as low as the lowest.
Thomi’: ox llii.es & Co. |
i Mrs. W. A. Milner will
‘ spend some time listing Mr. W. W.
1 Gamble and family, having gone
m out Wednesday.
- NOTH 'E —All persons are warued
} not to turn their stock on my clover
i field, in front of E. N. Martin’s res
idence, under penalty of the law.
R. I). Jones.
The track laying is finished three
miles this side of LaFayette. The
track layers will overtake the grad
ing force before this point is made.
Ladies and Misses untrimmed
hats, with trimmings, plumes, tips,
&c., to match, in endless variety, at
Hollis & Hixton’s.
A sociable complimentary to Miss
Brook, a most charming young lady
of LaFayette, who is visiting in the
village, was given by Hon. and Mrs.
W. M. Henry Tuesday evening.
i I have Four Nice Rooms over the
■ News oilice suitable for oilices or
bed rooms to rent.
John S. Cleghorn.
Pig Vann waived a preliminary
trial and was taken to Floyd county
, jail for safe keeping. Bellah and
Shropshire are retained to defend
} him and Henry and Taylor will rep ■
resent t>‘c prosecution.
| The liver and kidneys must be j
: kept in good condition. Hood’s
' Sarsaparilla is a great remedy for
regulating these organs.
.Miss Rena Brett, of Rome, a most
} charm ipg young lady, is visiting her
j cousins, Mssses Annie Edmondson
and Berta Maddox, this week. Sev-
I eral of the young men appear to be
I very much smitten, but we hope no
bad results will follow.
We are receiving our stock of
spring goods, which will be sold as
low as the lowest. After you have!
got all the prices you want, call
on us and be convinced we will not
be under sold.
Thompson Hiles & Co.
The following persons went to
Armuchee to hear Rev. Mr. Graves,
of Memphis, Tenn., preach last Sun
day : Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Rush, Mi-s
Ellen Pitts, J. G. Hunt, E. W. Stur
divant, A. F. Woolley, T. 11. Berry
■ and Miss Ida Camp.
Remember that Hollis & Hinton
I keep what you want. Their stock
is complete in every department; no '
I better styles can be found in the
largest cities, and their prices are }
as low as the lowest.
J. W. Mclntosh intends to open
a market house in Summerville
} about the first of August. He re
; cently killed in Dirttown two large
turkeys at one time with squirrel
; shot, and this indicates an aptness
j for the business that is encouraging.
The railroad has brought in our
New Clothing and Hats. No such
■ stock ever been shown here. If you
will sec them, we will save you mon
ey. John S. (,'leghokn & Co.
The Tribune of Rome, after quot
ing the local in last week’s News
in regard to Miss Mary Sewell’s
quilt, asks: “Can she make a bis
cuit, dust a room, help her mamma
about domestic duties and sing
“Sweet Violets’?” In answer we
will say she can do all this except,
perhaps, sing “Sweet Violets;” but
to make-up for this she can sing
most beautifully that charming tune
the ‘ Sweet Bye and Bye.”
Dree goods, every style of white
goods: satines, muslins, lawns, pk s
} in fact the most complete stock, in
i the very latest designs, at p’riees
; that will surprise you. Price every
where else if you like, and then call
on us, and we will certainly seli
‘you. Hollis & Hinton. 1
In a local last week we stated
that Dr. J. L. Selman, of Chattan
ooga, was going to locate at Cross
Plains, Ala. We were misinformed,
as the doctor’s home is at Chattan
ooga yet; however, he has large
mineral and mining interests at
Cross Plains and frequently goes
there to see after them.
Will Webb, of LaFayette was in
town again Monday. Wc could see
from the gusto with which he told
of the arrival of a passenger coach
in LaFayette the day before that he
was longingly looking forward for
the time when the road will be com
pleted to this place. It will be so
much easier to come to see her then.
I inform kindness and politeness |
will win every time. We have I
thought of it often and wondered I
why it was, but until we made it I
our business to see for ourselves
we were in the dark. Wc have
reference to J. W. Pitts, the leader}
of low prices, short profits and}
quick sales. Mr. Pitts treats every j
one politely, sells them his goods}
at cluse figures, has a kind word}
and a smile for all, and when you I
patronize him once you will do so
again. He buys and receives fresh
‘ goods every week and you will find
something new every time you go.
Wc notice an intimation in the'
Walker County Messenger that:
perhaps the Irishman who sells
li’i-h lin-m sells the goods as much
by blarneying as on their merit.
What melters if the Irish linen
is made in Indiana? It does not
matter, for any one that lias the
true Irish gift of blarney can sell
anything he tries to sell. What
woman can resist that soft, sweet,
broken, dulcet voice, or refuse to
buy when it pleads for the cause of
} “Auld Erin?” Perhaps tne linen is
} not very fine but then the talk is,
land things are al wavs mixed in this
There are a good many contractors I
} who have not made their report of
their work and pay hands. Remem
ber your contract, gentlemen. I}
want your report so as to know who
I pays and who works. Do not delay
sending me your report to Chattoo
gaville. I cannot start out collect
ing tax without knowing who owes ;
then those who fail to pay will find
their accounts with their Justices
of the Peace. J. S. Doster,
Road Supervisor. }
Don’t waste time and money and }
undergo needless torture with the }
knife when Ethiopian Pile Ointment}
will afford instant relief and certain
■ cure in every case of blind, b'eeding, I
itching, internal and external piles. I
Ranguni Root Medicine Co., -Manti-:
f icturers, Nashville, Tenn. .$1.(0
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Last Tuesday at about 12 :40 p.
m. three shots in rapid succession I
were heard, followed, after a longer!
period, by a single shot. The place ;
was in front of AV. B. Hollis's store,
and the parties firing were Pig Vann ;
and North White. These men had
I been quarreling, and as they walked i
;up the street from the postoltlce}
corner Vann was heard to say: |
“You are a G--d d—d s—n of al
b—h!” White returned the epi
thets. Immediately, or soon after
this, Vann placed his left hand in
I White’s collar and placing his right
hand, which held a pistol, on White's
breast or shoulder, again cursed}
i him. White then pushed Vann I
back so forcibly that Vann fell.}
While on the ground or while rising i
j Vann fired. Then White drew i
pistol and fired twice at Vann, but'
did not touch him. Vann, in spite I
i of the encircling arms of John Ross,
'bv some means fired again. This
was the last shot. White made a I
step or two down the street and t
Vann attempted to get on a
hitched on the street to make hie?
escape, but was unable in his ex- }
citement to unhitch the reins; he;
then ran behind Johnson <v (Hem- ,
mons’ grocery, where he was over
ta en and arrested bj- John Walker.
Vann was lodged in jail. White ivas
taken to Dr. Bryant's office, but in
spite of medical aid he expired in a
few minutes. It is not positively
known whjch of Vann’s shots prov
ed fatal, the first or the last, some
thinking one and some the other.
Pig V.wn lives near Price’s bridge i
and is about 35 yeaas old. lie is a
a man of family. North White was ‘
a son of J. H. White, sr., who lives I
west of town, and was about 201
years old and unmarried.
The affair is deeply deplored. It
brings sorrow to more homes than }
one, casts a gloom over the.entire
community and no one can be found .
who is the better for it or who re- }
joiees thereat. May God speed the
day when scenes like this will no
I more occur.
Henry Pope was lynched last
Tuesday at about 2 a. m. Unknown
persons went to the jail and took
him by force from the guard and
taking the rope which Deputy Sher
iff Knox had bought in Rome last
week for tho same purpose, hanged
Pope with it to the banister of the
The cause of this was a knowl
edge that Sheriff Jake Moore, of
Rome, had come in town the pre
vious evening with a respite from
Gov. Gordon and an order to turn
Pope over to him. The order au
thorized Pope’s removal from Chat
tooga county jail to Fulton jail,
} and the people who lynched Pope }
were firmly resolved that this should i
not be done again. Mr. Moore ar-}
rived at about 8 p. m. Mon-lay, and I
was advised not to attempt to re-1
move Pope until daylight, and that
I the only chance to avoid trouble |
} was to go iu broad daylight, as it j
was thought no one would attempt
ito interfere during the daytime.
But at night Mr. Moore would have }
certainly been attacked and valna- I
ble lives would most certainly have
i been lost, ns Mr. Moore is a man of
nerve, and would not have surren-,
! dered the prisoner without a strug-}
Mr. Moore’s business became
.known by some means, and a crowd
of men very quietly proceeded to
the jail, and entering the back door
was in the building and had poses
sion as the keys, which were hang
ing up, before any one inside knew
anything about it. Resistance was
not attempted for under the cir- }
cumstances it would have been use
less. The men proceeded up stairs
and unlocking the cage hurried Pope .
out. They took the rope which was
to be used in hanging Pope next ■
Tuesday. Going with Pope to the
[ front of the court house they led
him, or dragged him. up the stairs
and making fast the rope, to the
I banister pushed him off, the fall
being about twelve feet. Pope made,
no confession and did not talk any. }
Immediately after the party left the i
jail with Pope, Sheriff Worsham j
hurried to Judge Maddox’s reSi-j
deuce, awoke him and together they
I went back to the scene of trouble,
i When they arrived Pope was dead,
though he, upon being moved, show
| ed signs of life, and was quite warm.
I He was cut down and removed to
I the sheriff’s room, where, during the
: day, Coroner Ratliff held an inquest.
The coroner’s jury, after hearing
I the evidence of quite a number of
j persons, found that Pope came to
his death by the hands of persons
! unknown. Pope was buried by
} colored friends AYednesday.
I This ends, it is to be hoped,
I what has been one of the most dis
‘ tressing and perplexing cases that
I Chattooga county has ever experi-
I enced. Th re are some who be
lieve Pope was innocent, and his
guilt or innocence is a matter of
} individual opinion. But there are
I no means known by which the guilt
lof Pope could be arrived at except
I the means that have been employed.
Pope was allowed two fair trials;
his witnesses, although living in
another state, and although there
is no law which could have forced
their attendance, were induced to
and ue; he was treated kind
j ly, rind I'.r’d every favor shown him
} that any on? could reasonably ask
‘ for a man who was charged with
the heinous crime of rape. Wc re
} peat there is positively no means
| other than what was employed that
Ici-uld have been used to determine
: hjs guilt or innocence. Twenty
four as gc ?l men as there are in
'Georgia, ■' weighing tne evi
lder.ee and carefully the
Mh>i and every feature of the case,
being charged and instructed
I in points of law pertaining to .the
i case by the ablest judge in Georgia
I were constrained by their reason,
conscience and their best judge
ment. to ri lnrn a verdict of guilty.
There is not a shadow of unfair
ness charg'd by any one; there
were no advantages taken in any
way, and in the name
of God who can say
the juries were not right? What
power, or what agency, or what
means could have been employed to
| determine his guiltother than what
i w-re used, and fairly used? And
j if the jtiri ’s 'were right Pope deser-
I ved death. The men who lynched
j Pope were of the opinion that the
} jury had d: termined the matter, and
} that if Pope had been taken out o!
Chattooga that his sentence would
} have been •.•ornmuted and he would
never hav..- D-eu brought back. Tha:
‘.S • l ’ ; ' . 'J OCI . : 'll
Rev. W. A. Milner will preach at
j Trion next. Sunday, the 6th. Sub
jctat I I m.: “Fight.” At night:
AT COST -TO CLOSE OUT
/ BY JUNE Ist
READ FOR YOURSELF.
We have rented the store in Masonic
Temple, now occupied by L. Ducker A
Bro.,as the Racket Store,to other parties.
[Signed! Lamkin A Funkhouser,
Real Estate Agents.
Rome, Ga., April 21. is.ss.
We are going. Our duty calls us on
ward. We have other fields to survey,
i other worlds to conquer.
. Tn order to close out our entire stock
I here, we are now offering our entire
to prepare for our move on June 1. Do
siiing to make a change in some linos we
I carry, we oiler greater inducements in
these departments than ever before seen
; Dry Goods and Glassware Must Go
at Some Price.
Just think of Dross Goods at 3c. pur
yard, reduced from (>. Bunting, Ou. and
’ Bc. 'l'he latter an all wool tilling. Plaids
| 10and 14. Foulards, in handsome de
signs, !(’». Madras (’loth 5. Beautiful
I Fancies, 12 and 15, reduced from 18 and
i 20. Cheese cloth, Victoria Lawns,
''heck Nainsooks, Irish Limn and
! complete lino of White Goods at actual
j cost. White Satin, Stark Mills
Bleach Drill, 8.
, Glassware is an expensive article to
! move and we .must close out this entire
line. Plates as low as 2c. Toothpick
Holders, 2L>. Salt-cellars and pepper-1
i dashers at cost. Dust-pan. Plate ami
Railroad (’ar Pickle Dish reduced to
j 10 cents.
Fruit Stands ami Cake Plates actually
! to astonish you. (flass Water Pitchers,
j 25. 'l’umhlers and Goblets at 19 and 23
; per set. ('an't be duplicated in town for
110 ami 50. But then we can’t quot<-
IN EVERY LINE
! We are knocking out the bottom ami
. only a personal inspection will convince
i you how terribly cheap we buy and re-
I member all our Shoes, Pants, Stationery
' Notions; Hardware, Tinwarf, etc., arc
i going at cost. Country merchants aie
j especially invited to inpect our stock.
A, L. DRUCKER & BRO,
Corner Store Masonic Temple. ;
■ Now York Office, 461> idw. y.
Cancer of the Tongue.
I My wife, some three or four years ago. was tron.
bled with an ulcer on the side of her tongue near
the throat. The pain was incessant, causing loss
of sleep and producing great nervous prostration.
Accompanying this trouble was rheumatism. I
had passed from liio shoulders and centered in the
wrist of one band, she almost losing t.ie u-e ol It
Between the suffering ot the tvsro,lift h ad griwn
burdensome. By the use of a half dozen f-mall
sized bottles of Swift’s Specific, Bhe was entirely
r- i vvi and restored to health. This was three
years ago, and there has been
Sparta, Ga., June 5,1836.
Treat ISO on Blood and Shin Diseases mailed free.
Tub wtrr Si-kcific CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, W
137 W. ". I St., X. Y.
Os little Willie, the adopted sol
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Taliaferro.
Only a few weeks ago our dear littli
Willie was with us. Now, alas his
chair is vacant and his familiar
voice is silent. God called him to
his heavenly home April the Bth,
1888 at 3 o'clock p. m. Little Wil
lie was loved by all; no child was
ever more tender, kind and affec
tionate than he. How radiant with
love and joy was his life in the
home circle, and overwhelming sor
row cast its shaddow over that
home circle when he died. Weep
not, loved ones; it will bring com
fort to think that all things work
together for good to them that love
the Lord. I tender to the bereaved
family the sincere condolence of my
heart, praying that the Lord may
cheer their loneliness in this season
of deepest sorrow.
Hark! the golden harps sue ringing;
Sounds unearthly till his ear.
Millions now in heaven singing,
Greet his joyful entrance there.
We’ll meet again, bye and bye.
In Hie realms of endless glory—
We shall meet; yes, bye and bye.
Oxe Who Loved Willie.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, J. M. ROBERTSON,
A. L. SNOW, W.:R. HALL,
J. G. HUNT, D. T. ESPY
TIE ■■ IffISMK IffltT.
Iron and Coal Lands,
Fruit and General Farms,
Tan Bark and Other Timber.
NO. 103 READ HOUSE BLOCK, CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
LAFAYETTE, GA., AND SUMMERVILLE, GA.
Persons having Timbei, Farm, Mineral lands, or Town property they
wish to sell, are solicited to confer with us. We will sell or buy for par
ties at a reasonable commission.
Our friends in Chattooga are cordially solicited to give us their pat
ronage. With our combination with the LaFayette and Chattanooga
offices, we feel assured that we can serve our customers well in selling
Real Estate for them. Our associate, J. M. Robertson, of Chattanooga,
is well known in Chattooga county.
Office back room of Cn vttooga News office. Our friends are cordial
ly solicited to call and see us.
J. G. HUNT,
D. T. ESPY.
W. L DOUGLAS $3 SHOE
Made Seamless, witnout Tacks or Nails, ami as Easyjas a,_ Hand-Sewed Shoo
The W. L. Douglas $4.00 Shoe
' Is the only hand-sewed welt shoe Fold!
Ibr $4.00. It is made seamless, of the
I best material, in Congress, Button, and I
I Laue, and very stylish. Wears and looks i
as well as a custom-made shoe, costing I
from $6 to $9.
FOR SALE BY
THOMPSON HILES & CO., SUMMERVILLE, GEORGIA.
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, and Leather.
< A 0 r N 0 N
Ladies if you want the bust fit, latest styles in Fine Shoes and Slippers como
loseeme. Young Gentlemen, or old ones, if yon want the Latest Styles in
Patent Leather Congress or Bals or Common Sense for Comfort and Ease come to
I have the largest and best line of Infantsand Childrens Shoes in the coun
try. Remum her mine is the only house in Rome that has a line of Bay State
Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Children; also for Men.
Fresh Goods, Late Styles, Lowest Prices.
ftp- Ladies Slippers from-5 cents up.-lgti
R. T. CONNALLY,
No. 216 Broadway, Rome, Georgia.
i SHOW CASES
L— - . Stere Fixtures . "7?
| 1 ceflarciiesis,Cabinets,Wartrotes
/ HOG CHOLERA SPECIFICI >
/ CHICKEN POWDER.—SHEEP POWDER. O
CATTLE POWDER.—CONDITION POWDER.
I - ( PREVENT & CURE HOC CHOLERA. 1
J « destroy* prevent hog lice & worms, a
U WE CAN CURE CATTLE MURRAIN,TEXAS FEVER.&C. J
V. ~ CURE CHICKEN CHOLERA & CAPES. /
Sfc I CURE SHEEP ROT, TAPE WORM, &c. /
manufactured by the VETERU’ARY MEDICINE CO.
" NASHVILLE, TENN.
/SS-Por- ili‘ !>v Tnoiii’ H >' ' . ille, ' in.—Hollis <fc HISTON,
1 i . • Tniox Man’eo. Cb’,
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i..\ n:u 11 < I'.an'l’ Suh-c. G.. Jx •;.< x: ;>■;< u irtah, Ga.
Celery and Coca, the prominent in-
ETcdientF, are the best and safest
jt‘,.7 ® Nerve Tonics. It strengthens anil
Sftffr. Gui ".; the ;. irvcw .‘■y/tern, curing
O I 8 AL TEH A TIVE.
ltd rives out the poisonous humors of
/ ' wr the blood purifying and enrich'ng it,
f '2? -n, /tv ,ai<l 60 overcoming those diseases
K 2 si JSWk Km w W resulting from impure or impuver-
Hl ished blood.
v 7; LAXATIVE.
*■'* \ vX. <! Acting mildlybut surely on thobowe’.s
z it cures habitual constipation, and
f promotesaregular habit.* It Mr-, ngth-
ens the stomach, and aids digestion.
■ z *a_ J 4 OIURETIC.
k r: h j B g■bS g 9 1 active diureticsof the Materia Medica
.W 2 fij S 8 git E are combined scientitically with other
r effective remedies for diseases of the
P kidneys. It can be relied cn to give
quick relief and speedy cure.
<-» rm wTrxrxTy/XTir Hundredßoftestimonialahavobeen received
For The NERVOUS
The DEBILITATED ,un P "oo. b? D „ Bgt «..
T*h/* AfAFT) WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO. Prop’s
AAVtA-rfAV. BURLINGTON. VT.
| Why this $3 Shoe is
the Best in the World.
Ist. It is made seamh‘ss.
2d. No tauks or nails are used in las'-
j »d. It will not tear the stocking or
4th. Nothing but the best mateiiM
sth. It is better than most shoes costing
• iih. Every pair warranted, and so
7th. 11 is as easy as a hand-sewed shoe,
sth. Warranted to give the best satis
Made in Congress, Buttoiuand Lace,
| with all stylos of toe.
The W. L. Douhlas $2.00 Shoe
For boys is very stylish and neat; it will
! wear better than a high priced shoe;
I never loses its shape, and it is adapted
I tor either dress or school wear.
I Made in Congress, Button and Lace.