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^heie's a certain time in life when the
youth' outgrows the fashion in Clothes which
are intended for boys and is too young to
dress in the garments designed fox men.
We have had these young men particu
larly in mind thia Spring, and now~ we are
ready to show you an elegant assortment of
Suit? in eizea suitable for just such young
We have made provisions for the boy
who ls a man in size and a youth in girth,
and for the stocky young fellow who has not
much height-in tact,;for any young man
whose chest measures 80 inches or more.
Although these Young Men's Suits are weil tailored and
give you just the same style and fit as the high-grade Suits
built for men, they cost no innre than the ordinary kind of
eaid-to-be Boys' Clothes that have no fit or shape.
If you are one of the many young men who have hereto
fore had so much trouble in getting a Suit that would fit,
COME HERE and your trouble will end.'
ANDERSON, S. C.
The Spot Cash Clothiers
Fertilizers ior i
We are selling the old reliable
There is nothing mde that gives so universal satisfac
!?on QB goods manufactured by this Company. We carry ia
stock at ali timed a amp?ete line of these goods.
Wando Soluble Guan? 8-3.3.
Wanfo Soluble ??ano 8 i?2-2,2 1-10.
Wando Disolved Bone 18 ^ar cent.
Wando Bissoved Bone IS per cent.
Wando Bono and Potash IO-4.
Wando Bone and Potash 10-2.
German Kainit, Muriato of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, &e.
Our prices are always ae low ft* the lowest.
Way nofbuy the BE8?. Ten wlU ?ave to pay no moro
your Coffee, are you ? Can't find the sort te ?a?r
'">] CauH get it aniformly good ? Try BOLT and your Coffee trouble
lacease, ?ace I keow the Icjttd your palate approves I eau give you just
.all the Mme.
With White Star Coffee, and right CoKce maki&g, you aro bound to have
ieo satisfaction. Tho Coffe?s are unbeatable, pure; genuine, and sold nader
right names. No substitutes allowed bora. White Star Coffees are put
ins four grades from 25o to 40o a pound. I am exoluaive agent for tbsp*
A. Grad?, 40o a pound, an extra fine blend of rare, rioh and costly Cof
i of the very highest grado, fine flavor, delicious in the cup and suits the
iee critic. The Coffees in it are never sold by some dealers because of their
*. i h oso who want a No. 1 Coffee recognise its betterness at onco.
No. 1 Grade, Mooha and Java, 35o a pound. Another palate pleaser.
?oth, rich, fragrant, with drinking qualities hard to surpass. "Can't bo
Pissed," nany folkajahtip>, Genuine Mocha and . Java, and not Kio or
:r8ortj masquerading under assumed names for profits sako.
No. 2 Grade 30o-No. 3. 25o- Both gdv? and popular where medium
.ed Coffcee are desired. Honest toffees at honest prices. Blends of high
sorts and. please most palates. Money saved if you like them.
C. KR?HE- BOLT, 'She Cash Grocer.
".-The prooident has reappointed i
W. L. Harria postmnater et Charl**
?vu. ? i.-i
- TL a Citadel cadotB will probably
bave an encampment in Book Hill
- Work haa began on tbe new Je
rome botel in Columbia and it will be
completed by October.
- Ella Williams was stabbed to
death in Timmonsville on. Thursday
night by a negro man. Jealousy was
- The constables made a big baal
in Salada county on Wednesday
night. About 500 gallons were oap
tared and wasted.
- A negro named Dook Delarge
ohot and killed his wife in Oranger
burg on 8atarday night. He claims
it was an aooident,
- Mn. Jane Hopkins, of Union,
will receive $143,000, the ostato of a
Californian whose life was once saved
by her first hulaed.
- Jos. A. McCullough, Esq., of.
Greenville bar, will preside at a ape
ciel term of court at Greenwood to be
oonvened on April 27th.
- The Lookhart mills ia Union
ooaaty will more than doable its ca
pacity, increasing its capital stock
from $650,000 to $1,300,000.
- The treasury department has
paid part of the Charleston exposition
appropriation, bat additional evidence
is needed before the other part oan be
-' Gol. Frost ia making arrange
ments for an encampment of the State
troops next Bummer and Charleston is
putting in a Jbj??or tho encampment
??i ih-j xBxo OT Palms.
- Rev. L. M. Roper, of Spartan
burg, has deolined to accept the presi
dency of Forman on tho. ground .chat
his duty to his Spartanborg congrega
tion is a higher one.
- The growth of tao tobacco in
dustry in Sooth Carolina has been
phenomenal. The Darlington market
clone reports sales of more than 7,
000,000 pounds of the 1902 crop.
' . - The body of a colored boy about
14 or 15, was found near Greenville
last week. The body was mangled by
dogs. Neighbors buried him. His
name was unknown as was the manner
of his death.
- Gov. Heyward has ordered sev
eral of the constabulary force in Char
leston to be mounted in order that
they may be able to oatoh the liquor
haulers who try to drive over the con
stables on foot.
- Brownfield ,V negro, who was con'
vioted of murder in South Carolina in
1698 and who appealed to the United
States supreme court, must pay the
penalty of the law, the court of last
resort so deciding. ,
' . - The State Baptist convention
held last year in Greenville created
the office of state evangelist, and Rev.
H. P. Fitoh, of Paoolet, was eleoted
to that position. He has accepted
and has begun upon his work.
- Saturday evening in Blaoksburg
Rich Hale and Will Barratt, both nc
groes, became,- involved in a difficulty
alo-t ten oan^s, the result of which
was .that Samttont Hale with a knife,
from the effects of which he*died ina
- On 'Jonday night, on 8. M.
Meares' farm, ia Fairview Township,
twenty miles from Greenville, Henry
Turnball shot and killed Robert Pitts,
both colored. The two negroes were
gambling and' became involved in a
quarrel over a wager made between
-i A deplorable affair occurred in
the cotton mill at Enoree. Juc. Byaro
stabbed- his brother-in-law, Herbert
Glenn, in the shoulder. The blade of
the knife was broken ici tho bone and
so far the doctors have been unable to
get it out. It is feared that it will
provo fatal. * fr
- Prof. D, A. DaPre. of Woff?rd
College, bas received a oheok for $500
from a friend of the college in Char
leston. The money is donated tobe
need aa a loan fand to aid deserving
yoong men who .wish to attend the
college. The donor in his letter request
ed that hil name be withheld- from, the
public. c>. .
- W. L. Croft, a white man who
lived at Fairfax, Barnwell county, this
State, wal shot and instantly killed,
from ambush near his home. Suspic
ion strongly points to a negro, Frank
Strange, whose wife Croft had be
friended by giving her a home after
*er husband had driven her from his
- A terrible affray occurred at
Mount Pleasant, & oolored Baptist
church vory near Philippi iu Edge
field county. Two factions in th(j
church, one upholding the pastor in
charge, the other opposing him, fell
into a violent and unbridled alterca
tion, drew firearms and shed blood.
Joe Hammond, a good negro mac,
opposed to the pastor, * as shot dead
by James or Jake Henderson of the
other side. A sen of Hammond's was
also very Seriously wounded, besides
.av?rai young negroes,
TA statement was recently pub
lished in a northern paper to the effect
that the Confederate seal was in the
keeping of the secretary of state of
South Carolina. Mr. Gantt says it is
an old story, bnt he freqaontly re
ceives inquiries about it. His office
has a fao-?imilc of the seal, struck by
the late John T. Pickett, which is
kept in the relio room and this gives
rise to the statements like the one
referred to.. It is said that the origi
na* seal was thrown into the Savannah
rivery in Abbeville county, when
President Davis passed through t^?t
county immediately after the surren-'
- The extra session ot the i?enato
is expected to close next Friday or
-f Professor Tizsoni of Rome be*
lieves he has diaoovered a serum for
- Mrs. Catherine Dance has been
arrested in Philadelphia, charged with
poisoning her husband.
- It is alleged that the Standard
Oil men are planning to seoure con*
trol of the American cotton trad *
- The situation in Honduras has
become so grave that a squadron Of
American war ships has been ordered
T- Ten thousand head of oattle are
said to have died during the recent
blizzards in Kansas and Eastern
Colorado. v. -
- Eight men were killed and a
number of others wounded in a fight
between negroes at a turpentine camp
- J. M. Webb, a prominent farmer
of Floyd county, Virginia, was shot
and killed by his son in an alienation
between them. ' x?.\.
-Ira D. Sankoy, the world-re
nowned evangelist and singer, tfias
been stricken with blindness at his
home in Brooklyn, N. Y.
- Advices received from Yokohama
states that the United States battle*
ship Oregon recently narrowly escaped
being destroyed in a storm.
- Forty thousand birds, mostly
sandpipers, are reported to have been
killed recently oe +.he North Carolina
coast for millinery purposes.
- Teachers of Logan County, Ohio,
have formed a Teachers' Unios, by
which they agree not to work for less
than $50 per month. About half have
already signed. *
- Negroes, members of a gang of
railroad hands On the Dallas Division
of the Texas and New Orleans rail
road, engaged in a free fight last week,
in which seven were killed.
- William G. Hussey a prominent
young man of Wasaw, N. C., com
mitted suicide by taking an overdose
of laudanum. Disappointment io love
was the cause of the affair.
- The North Carolina legislature
appropriated $10,000 for au exhibit at
the world's fair at St. Louis next year.
This sum is expected to be doubled by
oity and private subscriptions.
- Bandits attacked the Potam and
Torrin stage, running alon? tt e Yaqui
river in the state of Soooia. Mexico,
and, murdered the driver ana six pas
sengers and stripped their bodies of
everything of vaiuo.
-- The government is to call in the
new issue of 2-oent stamps, and pr!ul
from another design. The new stamp
bas not pleased the public. It is said
to be too elaborate and heavy and the
picture of George Washington is not
- A small boy aged eight has con
fessed that he plaoed the obstruction
on the track of the Seaboard Air Line
railroad which caused the wreck at
Evergreen, Fla. He assigns no reason
except that he wanted to see what
-- The largest judgment ever ob*
tained against a railroad for the loss
of life has just been paid by the New
York Central road to the widow of
Henry G. Dimon of New Rochelle, N.
Y.-$60,000, besides $6,667 for in
terest and costs.
. ? ' -? Safe blowers oracked the safe of
the office of the Standard Oil company
at Atlanta, Ga., early last Friday
morning and secured $500 in eash and
$2,000 in cheeks. Nitro glyoerine was
need by the men in opening the safe.
There ls no olue to the robbers.
- A family reunion vas held up in
Maine recently. The heads ' of the
family were Mr. and Mrs. Truoworthy
Thurston, aged 84 and 79. They had
six sons and two daughters, seven*
teen grandchildren. 'The remarkable
thing about the family is that there
has not been a death in it for fifty-six
- The forty-eighth session of the
Southern Baptist Convention, the
largest deliberate body in the world,
will be hold in Savannah, Ga., this
year, beginning May 8th, ot 10 o clock
a. m. Its sessions will be held in the
First Baptist church there. It is an
ticipated that between 2,000 and 2,500
people will be in attendance.
-At Orange, Texas, March ll.
Mrs. Ella Russell was shot and killed
by Daniel Richardson. It is said that
Mrs. Russell had forbidden the uso of
a portion of her lot for the passage of
the Richardson family to and from
their home. When Mrs. Richardson
attempted to go through the lot it is
said Mrs. Russell fired on her with a
?hot gun, whereupon Biohardson fired
twice, inflicting fatal wounds. The
dead woman has four sons.
- James Stottauer, ? multi-million
aire of Chicago, died at Denver, Col.,
from blood poisoning, the resnlt of a
but while being shaved a week ago.
The? barber, . while shaving the back
of his neck, by accident eut a small
Simple. Inflammation and some pain
rilowed, but Stettaner paid no atten
tion to it. Two days later symptoms
of blood pofsoni?g developed, he be
came dangerously ill and was removed
to a hospital, where he died,
i - A Montgomery, Al- - dispatch of
Maroh7th says: "Mrs. Marsylla Keith
today celebrated her 116th birthday
with religious services at her home.
Mrs. Keith was born in South Caro*
lina brut has boen living in Alabama
since a child. Sho has lived in thrco
oenturies and has vivid recollections
of inoideots before the war of 1812.
Though in ill health for six years her
faculties aro not in the least impaired.
She- is the mother of thirteen chil
Georgia Anderson, a colored woman,
alter spending six years in Afrioa as a
me ruber of a party of colored colonists
from the South, is io Savannah organ
ising another party of emigrants. So
far she has reoeived great encourage
ment in her work, she says, and has
no doubt that when she is ready to re
turn to Monrovia, whioh will not be
later than September, she will have a
large number of people to make the
trip with her.
The woman is a native of Anderson,
S. C. She sailed from Savannah iu
1895, being one of the largest party
that ever sailed from this section of
the country, 233. Of these she PayB
but twenty died during the six years
she lived &mong them. The remain
der are all prosperous, she says. Each
married man, upon his arrival, waB
given twenty -five aores of land, and
ea oh single man ten aores, and these
lots they have since lived on and cul
Tho land, it is said, is extremely
fertile, requires hardly any cultiva
tion and grawB in abundanoe all sorts
of tropical and semi-tropioal f ruito and
vegetables. In addition, game of cer
tain sorts is quite plentiful. In this
category are included squirrels, 'pos
sums, groundhogs and various deex
Tho emigrants are all satisfied with
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prosperity, and with muoh loss laboi
than was required of* t oem in thu
Georgia Anderson, who has been t
missionary for several years, returnee
to this country in the interest of ai
industrial training sohool whioh is tc
be eptablished at Freetown, Siern
Leona, and she has now been here i
year or so working for suoh an institu
tion. The school is intended for thc
benefit of the heathen children. :
The effort to secure emigrants hal
just been started. The promoter ol
the enterprise says she has no person
al end in view and has taken up thc
work only because she wishes to sec
her raoe benefited. Tho greatest trou
ble she has had to oontend with BO fai
has benn overcoming the prejudice ol
those persons who have been swindlec
or duped by oonoeros that claim to b<
In consequence of this feeling th<
missionary has found it advisable t(
arrange for satisfactory and choaj
transportation from Savannah to Nev
York and thenoe to Monrovia before
she goes on further with the work ol
occuring people to make the ?trip.5-Sh<
is now engaged in this work ?and hopei
to have her plans completed shortly
As to the Sale of Meal.
The following Aot passed by tin
general assembly at its reoent sessioi
is both JP tere s ti og and important tc
dealers and to the public:
Seotion 1. The standard weight o
a bushel of corn meal, whether boltec
or unbolted, shall bo 48 pounds.
Seo. 2. It shall be unlawful for an:
person or persons to paokfor sale, sel
or offer for sale, in this state, any con
meal exoept in bags or packages con
tainiog, by standard reight, two bush
els, or one bushel, or one-half bushel
or one-fourth bushel, or one-eightl
bushel, respectively. Eaoh bag o
package of oom meal shall have plain
ly printed or marked thereon, wLethe
the meal is "bolted" or "unbolted,'
tho amount it ?contains in bushels o:
fraction of a bushel, and the weight
Provided, The provisions of this seo
tion shall not apply to the retailing o:
meal direot to customers from bull
stook, when prioed and delivered bj
aotual weight or measure.
Sec. 3. Any person or persons guil
ty of violating either of the foregoing
SAOtioos of this aot shall be deemed i
misdemeanor, and on conviction there
of, shall be punished by a line of not
exooeding ono hundred dollars, or bj
imprisonment, not oxoceding thirtj
days, or both fine and imprisonment,
in the discretion^ of^ the o oort.
- April 21 is. the anniversary of
the foundation of Converse College al
Spartanburg and Governor'Hey ward
has been invited to deliver an address
on the occasion. At the same time
memorial exercises in honor of the
founder, D. E. Converse, will be held.
It is not yet certain whether the gov
ernor can attend or not. .
- The smallest baby alive in In
diana is tho child of Mr. and Mrs,
John Mitchell of Camden, O. The
child is now 6 weeks old and
measuros ezaotly ten and one-hall
inohes from the top of its head to the
tips of its tiny feet. It weighs bul
four ounces over a pound. The moth
er died, but the child is healthy and
gives promise of living. Its delicate
hands are not much larger than au
ordinary man's thumb, and the mid
get could easily be placed in a sugai
A Shake of the Hand,
And a Slap on the Back*
Used to sell a bill of Goods-now the
customer looks for VALUES, and
right here he'll find them !
To close-buying' customers are as thick and numerous about
our Store as flies around a molasses barrel on a warm day?
These prices bring you more interest than a Savings
187 dozen Ladies', Men's and Children's Hose, big 5c val
ues, for one week only, two pairs for 5c.
One oase of Huck Towels, worth 10o each, for 5o each for
one week only.
Forty Bolls Japan and China Matting, 12 l-2c to 25c per
yard, worth double this price.
COME TO US !
Brown's Mule Tobacco, per' box. 28c lb.
Schnapp Tobacco, per box. 38c lb.
Bed Elephant Tobacco, per box. 82c lb.
Early Bird Tobacco, per box. 38o lb.
Apple Jack Tobacco, per box. 43c lb.
Boee Mary Tobacco, per box. 3lo lb.
Firat Step Tobacco, per box. 3ic lb.
Cracker Jack Tobacco, per box.? 33o lb.
Big Demand Tobacco, per box. SOo lb.
Labes Choice Tobacco, per box... 21o lb.
Yours always truly,.
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MAGNET.
And the 5o and 10c Store-The Man down next to the Post Office that Sells.
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