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KEDNKSDAY, AVRIL 10. !*.;;)._'.
A Yisil to Harte's Bridge and Portnian
Those who have not visited 1 'ort 111:1 u
Shoals since tho Hood hist December,
Avia n thc dani ol the Water, hight and
Tower Company was washed away, < an
iona only a taint idea of the extent ol'
tin* destruction done; not only iii
washing away the dam, the repairing
ol which will cost, thousands ol! dol
lars, hut the washing away ot thc steel
bridge which crossed the river 11 mile
below the dam and the incalculable
damage '.lone to tillable bottom land
loi miles down the river.
The appearances ol' the banks ol' the
river have undergone complete changes
in many places. Marks ol the high
water extend out into once cultivated
fields lo a distance never before Known.
Tho island below the dani, which,
when the electric power plan) was lirst
established was used as a garden spot
and watermelon patch by thc young
men in charge of tho plant, is washed
about midway, almost to the water,
level and the. upper and lower-ends,
though higher, are washed as barren ?I>
a rock. Along the east bank below
this island many trees have been toni
np hy Hie roots and washedaway, and
those remaining bear aloft on their
branches matted leave-' and twigs,
canes, cornstalks and bits ol' timbers
giving indisputable evidence :<> a
?leight attained hythe wale;1 noone
ever expected to see. As vea stand
ami look np ami down ihe liver do
simction is everywhere. Not, even
solid masonry could stand in the track
of the mighty rushing toi reu I id." water,
and with the masonry went tin- newly
erected steel bridge, parts td' which,
solid iron, were carried more thalia
hundred yards below their foundations.
The hist section ol the bridge on tho
westside lies parallel with the tiver,
high up on the banks and bot tom side
up: another section lies partly sub
merged in the middle of che livermore
than a hundred yards below where the
bridge stood, w hile other sections tire
half covered by sand and logs on the
sides of tli" islands below the bridge
site. No part of the middle pillar- re
mains, not even the rippling of w;(ter
where they once stood, amt the foun
dations on the banks are hat little hel
ter than rains.
WONK : .." I HU 1>AM.
? work ol' repairing the (lam ?d'
1 Water, Light and Power Company
? >w progressing satisfactorily and
.'.ly, and if everything continues
favorable the power formerly furnish
ed may be re-established hy t h: lirst ot
Many dilllculties and hindrances
have, laen mob wi th since beginning the
repairs the middle ol' January last.
Kains and high water have been fre
quent, and tho preliminary work of
placing machinery, building tramways,
erecting suitable quarters for tho
laborers mid hauling material has re
quired moro timo than expected. Hut
all of this has been done and considera
ble headway has been made in actual
It is doubtless generally known that
the break itt tho dam amounted toa
distance of two hundred and fifty-six
feet about midway between tho power
house and the west side of the river
lt is purposed now, not only lo re
?lair this break, but to materially ca
rngo tho dam the entire length, aiul to
do so with concrete and not with gran
ite, one reason being that tlioqualiiy
of the granite quarried at the plane is
not desirable, and another is that thc
concrete answers in every way as sat
isfactorily as the best granite. The
dam when completed this time will be
55 feet at the base, 44 feet high and IO
feet ti inches on t ho top, against MO feet
base,'44 feet high and 8 feet (J inches
on the top as il; was last completed.
Tho leagtii will be eight hundred and
Parallel with tho dam on thc cist,
side, extending from tho power house
to the break, has been cree I eil a coller
dam, between which and the dam
propel' isa distance of about 00 feet,
lieh ind this, along tho base td' the darli
proper back to the. power house, the
sand and mud luis been excavated to a
solid foundation to a width of feet,
and this ia hoing filled in with concrete.
From 00 to 80 cubic yards are. being
Ulled in per tiny at present, 'DUI this
will be increased when better facilities
are developed and a larger force of
On the west side, a similar coffer
dam is nearing completion, and as
soon as tho sand ?md mud can he ex
cavated a force ot' hands will be put at
work tilling in with concrete as is being
done on this side.
This work wiP bc carried up to thc
Hood gates of the obi dam on each .side
and then the cotter dam for the center
work will be put in. The Hood gates
are on a line with tho Humes, or tech
nically, penstocks, in which tho tur*
bino wheels turn, and these will afford
ample escape for tho water while the
work ot closing thc center break is in
progress. Thar, portion of the dam im
mediately above thc power house,
through which thc. Humes or penstocks
pass, will lui strengthened by concrete
pillars built against the dam on tin- j
lower side, which will bc len hy twenty
feet at the bottom and tapering to icu
feet ?quarc at the top. Two td these!
pillars will be built ut tho cast ol! tho
power house and one nt the west end
opposite when; the concreting stops eli" j
on tho upper .-ide.
J '?ii work is being dune under < .1:1 I
tract.'bj' theTlynt Ibliblingand Con
struction Company ot Palmer; Mass.,
om: of tho larges; concerns doing this
class ot work in the railed States.
Mr..). I>. Sullivan is tho division.su
perintendent in charge. The ci vii CM- '
giueois ta charge are Mr. Joseph [?], \
Serrino, of Greenville, 8. C., assisted \
by .Mr. .1. 1-. Sheppard, who is resilient ?
engineer of Columbia. Twenty thou j
saud cubic, yards or ?nore of concrete j
will be used in repairing or reinforcing j
dam, ar, an aggregate outlay of about |
$100,000. .Mr. Sullivan has th? ma
chinery necessary to the v ark con
veniently located and hts force of
hands will number probably one hun
dred and fifty. Nothing is needed now
to facilitate the work but good weather
and about fifty more laborers. Mr.
Sullivan says there is no excuse for
any man in tho County to bc without
work, lie is paying eighty cents per
day, comfortable quarters can bo
found by all and a Bien dy job awaits
every ono willing to .vork.
DETAILS OF WORK.
In preparing tho vast quantity ol'
concrete to be usod tho crashing of
rock and facilities for handling it is
perhaps the most important part of tho
work. The crushing is done by tho
Georgia Ca.alina Quarry Co., under
contract with Superintendent Sullivan.
The crushing plant is located on tho
side of tho hill about fifty yards east of
the power houso and in the midst of a
sot i granito which looks to be inex
baus'<vhle. A sixty horae-power' en
gine is ised and tho crashing capacity
is fully equal to the needs. Below the
crusher, on tho hillside, is constructed
an enormous bin into which the crush
ed Tock is carried by means of a trough.
Under this bin a tramway is construct
ed leading to the side of the dam.
Email flat cars are run by hand on this
tram woy, carrying two steel buckets,
each holding exactly three-Court hs <>t a
cubic yard ol stone. These aie Ulled
under tile Mu by means ol' a slide door
through Which the crushed rock drops.
Ii is then carried lo the desired point
along side ol' tho dani and lifted over
and lowered on the upper side, when'
it is mixed with proper proportions of
sand, cement and water and then
shoveled into the position where it is
to harden and remain. A branch of
this tramway extends to the .house in
which the cement is kept and it is
handled and hoisted over (he dam in
the same way the rock is handled. I
Sand is abundan: and is hauled ii;
wheelbarrow? a short distance and
emptied into the steel buckets hit fore
i IINDITION ? . I I.! ? ! i:;< yi. V V IIINI.KY.
The power house is literally tilled
with electrical machinery. Jutting in
through the dam to about one-third
the width ol' the room are live large
Humes, or penstocks, in w hich the tur
bine water wheels turu. To the shaft
from these are attached immense dyna
mo?, or generators, each ol w hich has
its complement of necessary machinery
and w ires and occupying!! space which
leaves but scant ionia lor moving
about of those in charge when the ma
chines are af work.
All of this machinery was submerged
w hen thc dam was carried away by thc
high water, but mme of it was dis
lodged from tIi?; foundations and it is
hoped no damage resulted. It has
bet ti thoroughly dried out and rubbed
up iel does not now bear any td' the
mai KS of the recent disaster. As soon
as the water can be turned into thc
penstocks thc exact condition eau he
ascertained, and this will bc done per
haps as Hoon ns the center cofferdam is
built. Sonic work is now being done
on the machinery but it is in making
necessary changes and additions,
now TM:: ! <>::I:.MI:*; AND I.AISOI:::I:S
I P. IC.
Tin- house originally built by the
Waler, Light and Tower Company for
occupation by i he young men in charge
ol'the plant, is now converted into a
boarding house with J. T. Busby, of
this County, proprietor. Herc Mr.
Sullivan. .Mr. Sheppard, Mr. Mays and
wife, and most of the other white em
ployers board. For the laborers a
number ol' well made shacks have luton
erected. They are provided with sub
stantial sleeping bunks, benches and
chairs and with stoves, (bte ot tho
shacks is used as a boarding house for
thc laborers, where they are given
w holesome and substantial food at one
dollar and s< venty-livc cents ja r week".
A majority of the laborers, however,
divide otV into messes, doing their
cooking outside during good weather.
None of th" laborers were heard to
complain; to the contrary, when nues
thined, they stated they were well sat
isfied; that they were paid eighty cents
per day regularly, and w hen working
even haifa day iii water wert! paid one
dollar per dav.
The health of all appeared to he
good. A few of the laborers were not
working, but stated upon inquiry that
their arms went sore from recent vac
cination, none were sick. The laborer
who was said to have had smallpox w as
seen-accidentally. Ile was standing
in front of his shack, which is con
structed on thc road to the dam, but
which docs not belong to the Construc
tion Company. Ile stated that he hud
been sick a hoot ton days, but had had
no physician. His appearance indica
ted peri'-et health except an eruption
on the face, which he said was on his
tunis slightly but not over tho entire
body. This might have been a case of
modified smallpox, but it appears to be
Mr. Sullivan stated that tht! sanitary
conditions of the laborers quarters were
good and would be better, ?is he was
arranging to put in clean straw mat
tresses and to have a niau look after
the cleanliness ot tint shacks regularly.
The washing away of the dani at
Portman entailed a loss on tho Water,
Fight and Power Company of seventy
Honoring our Dead Chieftain.
Thc siid intelligence of the death of
General Wade Hampton at his home
in Columbia Friday morning last, at
8.?0 o'clock, reached this city during
the morning and caused profoundest
sorrow. Thc church bells were tolled
and each vibrating tone fell with
heaviness upon thc hearts of our peo
ple who loved him dearly. A meeting
of the City Council was held ami a
resolution adopted providing for the
attendance in a baily at the funeral of
the Mayor and Council and requesting
representative body of citizens to ac
company them. On Saturday Camp
Stephen 1). Lee. F. C. V., held a meet
ing in tho Court bouse; appropriate
resolutions ,were adopted and Dr. IL
F. Divver w as elected a representativo
to attend tht! funeral services in Co
lumbia. The Sons (?f Veteran.*, Camp
W. W. Humphries, took similar action
and C. C. Langston and A. M. Carpen
ter were selected as representatives.
The noble women composing the Kob
en K. Leo Chapter, Daughters of tho
Confcd.-nicy mer, Saturday afternoon
and adopted tho following resolutions :
Whereas, Almighty God has seen fit
ill Ilia infinite wisdom to remove from
among us our venerable and well be
loved lender, guide ?ind friend. Gun.
Pe it resolved, That we, tho Fobert
K. Lee Chapter, F. C. V., express our
sincere soriof'.v in this grievous loss.
Resolved, Thal we dedicate a pago
in oar minute book to the memory of
tho man who, hy his coolness, courage
.?mi sagit.'dty, rescued our beloved State
ia I '. *, from the noxious mire of car
petbag rale and negro supremacy-tho
mau whose .-'.cady order, "Keep the
Peace/' prevented riot and achieved a
To the memory of the gallant lender
of Hampton Legion, one whoso Con
federate ?( cord is tho pride of Carolina
-aman whom a nation might, mourn.
Po it resolved. '1 lint wo publish these
resolutions in our city papers, also that
a copy of them bo sent to v?cn. Hamp
Memorial Services in honor of the
memory of General Hampton were held
tn tho First Baptist Church Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, this being tho
hour at which the funeral services wero
held in Columbia, the homo of thc de
co-sed. Tho attendance was large,
lllling tho main building, und a still
ness of profound sorrow hung over the
assembly during the services. Tho
services woro opened with n fervent
prayer by Rev.Mr. Kelly. Resolutions
were adopted containing an epitomo of
tho noble manhood and noble doods of
this sreatest beloved among tho citi
zenship of South Carolina. Appro
priate addresses were made by Gen.
M. L. Bonham, Hon. Geo. ?. Prince,
Hon. B. F. Cray ton and others. The
selections sang wero full of tendernos?
and 'beauty and quito appropriate.
Rev:. Mr. Anderson pronounced the
boni/diction in dismissing. The reso
lutions adopted wero as follows:
Whereas. In the fulfilment of the
immutable law? of the (?oil of tin* Uni
verse, the soul of nar illustrious fellow
citizens. Wade Hampton, lins been
called from the Held of ?is earthly
career to the service ol' the (?real Cap
tain ot' the Hosts ol' Heaven;
And whereas, It is eminently hiting
that we give expression to the emo
tions which arise m es on this sad and
solemn occasion, which bows down
a whole people in grief;
Therefore, be ir resolved by the peo
ple ol' Anderson in meeting assembled:
That in the death ot Cen. Wade
Hampton South Carolina has lost a
son, w ho, in defense, of her Jibeities
and constitutional rights, illustrated
the (tightest type of that courage and
devotion to duty in the face of danger
which characterized the people from
whom he sprung, and who, when civil
government in the S ti cit was threaten
ed with overthrow; "heil corruption
ran riot in places high and debauchery
made a mockery of law and order;
when Hie civilization of the Caucasian
stood in deadly danger, and the social
fabric shook on its foundation; with a
rare skill and clear foresight, a calm
and unerring judgment, a high courage
and an tinsel tish devotion to the. i. n bl ie
cause, so guided, governed and direct
ed the great events of that fateful
period, that thereby pence, order, good
government, the safety of society, and
the enjoyment of happiness were re
stored to the people of bis beloved
Uesolved further, That in the dis
charge of Hu' duties of tho high civic
places to which a grateful people called
him, he was always actuated liv a pur
pose single to the best, interest and the
wollare and honor of all the people,
who found him ever tobe their tried
friend, their safe counsellor, their just
.bulge ami their wise ruler ami Gover
Uesolved further. That, in bis life
ami character were blended those
giaces ami virtues, that * chi vallie sen
timent, ami thai loyalty to the loftiest
ideals which stamped upon him tho
indelible i in press of the knightly Chris
Uesolved further, That whilst we
deplore the death of our heroin war
and ruler in peace, tho exemplar of our
highest, type of honorable, manhood,
yet we are grateful for t he lesson of
his life ami his character; grateful
that he was given to the world to l e
an ensamplo of all those things which
are lovely and of good repute.
Uesolved further. That these resolu
tions be published in our city and
county papers, and that a copy ot them
bc sent to the family of Gen. Hampton,
to whom we extend our profoundest
sympathies in this great atlliction
which has belallcu them.
Karly buyers Hro now examining tho
il il] ?rout Cotton und Corn Cultivators on
the market. Ia this line ino Roman and
Terrell Cultivators have heretofore been
regarded as tho best implements of this
kind manufactured ; bot to tho critical
f u mer it miiHi have uppenred that im
provements could be made oven on these
Cultivators. lu the Perfect Cultivator
or Harrow no*- offered by Sullivan Hdw.
Co. 3coi can Und all that the name im
plies. Tho very highest degree of por
I oct loe that bas yet been attained In Har
row oonstructtou. WPh tide Harrow the
(rumo eau lie quickly and perfectly ad
jured to anv desiied width, tho teeth can
he raised or lowered to any required po
sition, and uro always at perfootly right
anglos with the beam. Tho advantage-}
of thlH Harrow aro too numerous to men
tion hore, but Sullivan Hdw. Co, request
you to como and examine thm Implo
meut which cianot fall to interest every
Try a guaranteed box of Wilbur's Cat
t'o Powders if your stock ar>? not shedding
aial in good condition. J. S. Kow lor.
Io tho* Spring all Horpes, Cattle und
Poultry need a Spring tonic. I have the
best-SVUhur's Cattle Powder". Guaran
teed. J. P. Fowler.
Chronic Bronchitis Cured.
"Fol 'en years I had chronic bronchitis
so Pad 'hat at times I could not speak
above u whimper," writes Mr. Joseph
Coff di nu, i." Montmorency Ind. "1 tried
id) remedies available, but with no HUC
cn-s. Fortunately in.v employer sugges
ted Unit 1 try Foley's Money aur1 Tar/Its
elf. cr. was almost miraculous, and I am
now cared of thu (linease. On my rj
comuiendatlon manv people have used
Foley's Hoi'.?y and Tar, and always with
?a* islaclion." Evans Pharmauy.
A Chattanooga Druggist's Statement.
Robt, .t. Miller", proprietor of tho Road
House Drug Store, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
writes; "There is moro merit in Foley's
Honey and Tar than in any other cough
rup. The calla fur it multiply wonder
tally and ?ve soil moro of it than nil other
cough syrups combino:!." Evans Phar
Pneumonia b Robbed of its Terrors
Hy Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops
tho ra.'king cough and hu-ds and strength
ens tho lunge-. If taken in tituu it will
pi event ah attack of pneumonia. Refuse
MJbatitutefl. Evans Pharmacy.
Dreadful A?aok of Whooping. Cough.
Mrs. Ellon Uarli-on, of SOO Park Ave.,
K msa* City, Mo.,wriiea UH follow*: "Our
two children' had a Hovero attack of
whooping cough, ooo of thom iu the par
oxystu of coughing would often faint and
bleed at the none. We tried 'everything
we heard of without uniting roliof. We
Iben called in our family doctor who pre
scribed Foley's Honey and Tar. With
the very drat dose they began to improve
un I wo feel that lt han'waved their lives."
Rsfiiso substitute?. Evans Pharmacy.
Foley'? Honey nod Tar contains no
opiates, and will not constipate lik?noar
ly all other cough medicines. Refuse
substitutes Evam Pharmacy.
"be hu bimi ?Oil always have ii warm
? p a m los h" art ami a tender pirie,? in his
nature for the thoughtful wit ? who pre
nae * him wiin ona id ft rock Ildw. Co'?,
m at onions Razors rho genuine satisfais
lion -Oiieh those RAZOM afford the mon
iiixkr-s them always remember with
kin ino** i ie donor or au-'.h a gift.
'V. II. - dpi rer, Surveyor, Yon will
tr >! in? .! ben A- KaUil??'H. Long (ils
i?-.r:.eij i.i.i at my residence.
Foley's Iv Wt nov ("ar.i if taken in time
ff ?rd* -eanuy trout ell kidney sad
! il i ni. r disease*!. Evana Pharmacy.
Tlc surest nod safest remedy for U\d
T ry sud bladder disease* ts Foley's Kid
ney C-iro. Kvao-i Pharmacy.
los is our greatest year. Wo aro
i rood of our iv-ant. sad are slrlving.by
every honest moan? to win yon for a ?ats
tv.hk?r, divo u ? a trial if you have never
don.? so tu*fore. Vnndl vor Pros.
?ot Plants and CUtt Flowers for '.?le.
lj\rKe and vninii Palms U specialty. Mrs.
J. F, t tinksiMixs?, 242 North Main Kt.
Piles 1 Piles ! Piles!
Dr. William?' Iudlau Pilo Ointment ls
prepared U> cur? Plies and DOES IT In
short order. Basy to apply, every box
gu?r oiiee.I, 50ft and ?1.00. All druggists
or hy mail.
Wini?ms M'?'irCo., Cleveland. Ohio.
F.trsaioby EVANS PHARMAOY.
Whoa yon want fir8t-oin??9, up-to-date
I'noToa call on GALLAGHER BROS.,
at their uew Studio noxt door to Lig?n &
Lo-.) lu Itter-upstairs. 8atlsfaotion ls ful
ly guaranteed to every customer.
The ladles all like easy-ontting, well
tempered Scissors. Brock Hdw. Co. cater
to the wants of the ladies, and can fur
nish 1 nat anoh Scissors as will please them.
Do Yon Own a Nice Mar? ?
If so, don't fall to breed her to Nelson
R. Green's fine (jolt. DIAMOND DKB, Reg.
No 35,785, no wr making the season for a
limited uunoer of mares st R. B. Find
ley's Stables, McGee's old stand, Ander?
son, 8. C. The best bred Horse In thc
After the rush of Opening Week our Millinery Depart
ment i? again filled with the prettiest and most attractive
Millinery ' be found in the city.
Our Opening, March 25th, was another success in every
particular. Never before have we had such crowdB to visit
our Store, and each visitor decided it was the best display of
Swell Pattern Hats and Stylish Street Hats that we have had
on any previous Opening. So wo are very proud of tho re
sult, and you will find this department as the others have,
WE WANT YOUH MILLINERY BUSINESS.
And we especially invite you to call when in our city, and
look through this department, whether you desire to pur
chase or not.
You will also find our entire Stock of Summer Dress Fa
brics-Trimmings, Lawns, Organdies, Muslins, Etc.-far in
advance of previous showings, and 'tis your interest to visit
us for any of your Summer wants. Quite a variety in the la
test Novelties. The latent ideas in Notions, and in every way
a complete Stock of up-to-date Goods.
For Oxford Ties, Slippers, Shoes, Etc., we would advise
you see our line before purchasin g elsewhere.
Remember, you are always welcome to our Store, and we
will be glad to show you our different lines at all times.
Write for Samples. Your orders solicited.
Agent3 for McCall Bazar Patterns.
Lesser & Co
Grand Opening Sale of New Spring Goods.
Our New Spring Stock is now Complete.
THIS MAMMOTH STORE is abloom with New Spring Merchandise.
Shelves and counters are piled high with tho choicest products money and
brains could get together. DRESS GOODS. WASH GOODS, SHOES,
HATS, CLOTHING, NOTIONS and GENTS' FURNISHINGS, all on a
broader, moro lavish scale than any previous Spring since the birth of this
mercantile enterprise. We have brought here this season tho grandest, most
comprehensive ^took of New Spring Goods ever seen in this city. ? ?,
We invite you to caji and inspect the New Goods. The encouragement
that comoB with SUCCOSB has spurred us on to greater achievements, and this
Spring we'll make tho welkin ring with values that will turn the full tide of
Spring Trade to the doors of the LESSER BIG STORE.
Every article quoted below is 25 per cent less than you can find them
priced elsewhere :
20 doz. Ladies Colored Border Handkerchiefs at. .'. lc
15 doz. Ladies White Handkerchiefs, nico quality, worth 5o, at.,... 2o
25 gross nico Pearl Buttons, worth 10c, at per dozen. 5o
20 doz. Felt Window Shades on rollers at only. So
50 dozen Furo Linen Window Shades, worth 35c, at. VJo
10 doz. Ladies Steel Rod Parasols, fast blaok, value 65c, only!-.. 39o
5 doz. Ladies Fino Silk Parasols, regular value $1.50, at only. 98c
G doz. Boys Waists aud Shirts, worth 25c each, special.. ;. 15c
Ooo jab lot Ladies Loather Belts at only......... 10c
100 White Counterpanes-, ready hemmed, value $1.25, at. V9o
50 doz. Ladies Bleached Gauze Undervest at only. 5c
10 doz. Ladies Pompadour Combs ut only. 10o
5 doz. Childrens White Lawn Caps at only. 10c
WASH GOODS BARGAINS.
With a stock bf Wash Goods that cannot, bo surpassed by any retail S-io re
in this section, and prions ruling under ?my and all other Stores in this city,
we start an April Sale of Fino Wash Goods and White Goods that ia.unprece
dented in this State :
Beautiful lino Fine Batiste, sheer and exquisite, worth 12}c, at. 8o
1000 yardB Colored Lawns and Dimity, value 10o, itt.. ?. 8c
2000 yards Remnant Colored Dimity at only.. .?. . 3o
1500 yards Engydino Batiste, value 10o, at only. 6o
2000 yards New Spring.Percales, light and dark ground, value 10c, at.. .. 7*c
500 yards Reversible Chambray at only.ii.. 5c
Big line New Ginghams and Madras, special per yard. 7c
30-inch Chambray, regular value 12}c, at ouly. . 10o
800 yards White Lawn, worth regular 5c, at only..... . 2$c
1000 yards White Lawn, made to retail at 10o, our prioe>. . 5c
BL* AC iv ?RESS GOODS.
Our Blaok Dress Goods Department is more popular than ever this season.
We are showing the most correct novelties for Spring and 3ummer wear :
Black Granite Brocho Fancy Goods, 40 inches wide, at only. 20o
4S inch Black Mohair, worth 50c, at only.,. 35o
40 inch Black Mohair, worth 35c, per yard. 25o
NEW SPRING CLOTHING, GENTS FURN ISHINGS, &C.
New Mens Spring Suits, very extra special at. . ... .$3.25, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50
Now.Mens and Boys Caps, valu? 25o, at only.. .. i?o
New Gents Four-in-Hand Tics at only..j. 10o
New Boys Hats at only.'....J. 10?
Now Mens Colored Collars at only four for.* 5o
Now line Mens Linen Collars, all sizes and shapes, at only. 5p
New lino Boys Kuee Suits, worth $1.00, at only.. 75c
New lino Mens Percale, Madras and Cheviot Shirts, worth 50o, at..-. 24o
Now line Mens Fancy Socks at only. 5c
New line Mens White Alpine Hats, worth $1.00, at only...50a
NKW SPRING SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
NEW SPRIXG MILLINERY.
New line of Chinaware received for Free Premiums.
Ask for Coupons.
LESSER & CO.,
ANDERSON, 8. CV, UNDER MASON IO TEMPLF.
Fresh Florida Vegetables.
Snap Beans 10c. quart.
Lettuce 5 c. head.
Celery 10c. stalk,
New Crop Iri sh Potatoes,
C. FRANK BOLT,
THE CASH GROCER.
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