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$ THE BOSTON STORE
* Your special attention is called to the +
* following leading goods'and low prices:
Men's Black Worsted Suits regular price $12.50 now . . $6.9S
Men's Good Worsted Suits regular price S o.oo now - 5.49 *
* Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 *
* Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $r-75 now - - $1.19 *
Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now - - 39 cts
Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor made)$4 to $4.50 now $1.98
Men' Nice Worsted Pants (Tailor made) regular price
* $1-75 price now . . . . . 98 cts
* Don't these goods and prices please
* your eye and favor your pocket book?
* Come and see for yourself and learn, +
+ that I will positively save you from 40 to *
* 50 per cent. on every dollar you leave *
+ with me. Yours for busin-ess,
L. MORRIS. .
16 OUNCES IN ONE POUND +
People frequently ask us how many ounces there are in the
* pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem tq think
* that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. We want to assure *
+ everybody that whenever they buy drugs at Mayes' Drug +
Store they will always get 1.6 ounces to the pound, no matter
whether it is a pound of pure Cream Tartar, Epsom Salts, or
ny dru g or chemical.
* MAYES' DRUG STORE.
* HAM & EGGS FOR YOUR BREAKFAST@
* And Postum or some fine Coffee or Tea. A slice of nice *
Bacon boiled with Cabbage or Beans or Tomatoes or White
0 Peas or Brown Pegs for dinner, with some nice California
* Peaches or Canned Pie Peaches or Canned Apples for your 0
* pies and deserts, and then rather than build a fire in the stove 0
to cook supper, just get some nice Salmon or Corn Beef or
Boneless Pig Feet or some other nice canned goods always
found at Jacob L. Dickert's. Remember I keep a first-class
Grocery Store down town at the Russell old stand and will be
more than glad to give you my very best services. Handing *
you down some of the articles mentioned above or any other
artic'e you want usually kept in a first-class Grocery Store. 0
* Come to see me. I will appreciate your trade and will treat 0
* you right Yours truly,
9 JACOB L. DICKERT, 0
THE HONEST GROCERMAN.
Why not take a trip this winter
through FLORIDAto CUBA. This
beautiful State and Island has
been brought within easy reach
by the splendid through train ser
vice of the ATLANTIC COAST
LINE, the great thoroughf are to
the Tropics. Winter tourist tick
ets are now on sale at all points
in Florida and Havana. For rates,
schedules, maps, sleeping car and
steamship accommodations write
to W. J. CRAIG.
Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Wilmington, N. C.
'What to Say in Spanish and How to Say It'' sent to any address
a of rmp.
SOUTHERN R.AILWAY 'WE RUM THlE
THIS GREAT RAILWAY RUNS THROUGH A BEST VEST!
GREAT COUNTRY BULE TRAINS
CONVENIENTLY UNITING ALL TE BEST SECTIONS ADHV H
SOME ADVICE TO NEGROES.
A Rebluke to Those Who Counsel the 1
Colored People to Antagonize
'lic South Carolina Standard. a
negro llaptist paper. piblished in Cc.
lumbia. of which the Rev. Wr. W. Gil
bert. A. \.. D. D.. is editor. has this
There is no doubt that the outtages
perpetrated against negroes are awak
ening indignation in the breast of all
thoughtful members of the race. and
that is not surprising. But the lead
ers of the race should not permit
these wrongs to make them lose their
heads. In times of tumultuous passion,
when the mob sweep away all law
and all restraints and lynch and burn
a negro on the stake, intemperate and
rash leaders at once counsel the race
to meet violence with violence.
It is noteworthy that the men who,
whether in the press or in the pulpit.
preach the doctrine of retaliation live,
without exception. at a safe distance
from the scene of battle. These val
iant soldiers. safely esconced in a
northern or western state. bravely'
counsel their suffering race in the
south to do what not a man of them
would dare to come down to show
them how to do.
Fortunately for the race the coi
ored peop!e have had too much com
mon sense to obey the generals. the
captains and the majors, who never
themselves smell powder, and who is
sue fighting orders, while they then
selves stand 8oo or more miles from
the field of battle.
iThese mighty and heroic negro
Napoleons, Caesars and Alexanders
have the audacity to charge their
brethren who live in the south, with
cowardice. because, forsooth, the
bloody orders of these distant and
courageous military chieftains are not
recklessly obeyed. And has it oc
curred to these hot-headed firebrands
what it would cost the race to follow
their advice in this period of race
weakness and ignorance? Have they
ever thought of the widespread igno
rance and poverty of the race? Have
they ever thought that the military
organizations throughout the south
are composed chiefly of white men
and under the control of white men?
Have they forgotten that all of the
railroads over which troops are to be
dispatched when trouble appears are
in the possession of white men? Have
they ever considered the fact that
the vast majority of this present gen
eration of negroes are too dependent
upon white men to successfully fight
against them? Have they considered
the effect on the race of past condi
tions? Did it ever occur to their ab
normally heated craniums that on a
question of this kind the whites
are substantially united, while ne
groes are divided everywhere, even
the educated ones? And have our
brave generals taken into account the
ownership of the guns and the am
munition? No. the race cannot afford
now. in their ignorant and poor con
dition, to retaliate and invite such an
indiscriminate slaughter as was never
witnessed in all history. It is not due
to cowardice that negroes refuse to
retaliate, it is due more to sound com
mon sense. A better course to recom
mend is to encourage the race to re
double its efforts to educate their
children, to acquire homes, to encour
age good morals and discourage
crimes, as the surest road to race pres
ervation and self-defense. Against
'the rash teachings of our distant gen
erals we propose the words of Jesus
Christ: "The meek shall inherit the
earth." "The seed of evil doers shall
be cut off" ultimately, be they white
or black. The criminal negro and the
lawless~ white lyncher are a burden to
God's creation, and their seed is
It is difficult to give a long-headed
man the short end of the deal.
Don't forget to top
dress your grain with
Cerealite. Now is the
time to use it to obtain
best results, will double
yield. We also carry
in stock all grades of
Guano and Acid, also
Kairit, Potash, Nitrate
of Soda, etc.
The Nashville, Chattanooga and
St. Louis Ry., and the West
ern and Atlantic R. R.
The Scenic Battlefield Route.
To the North, North-West and West.
Best Equipped Trains, Superior Service and
Quickest Time. For rates, schedules, maps,
etc., or any information, call on or address
JNO. E. SATTERFIELD,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
No. I North Pryor St., Atlanta, Ga.
Opposite Union Depot. Bell'Phone 169.
AIR - LINE - RAILWAY.
NORTH SOUTH w- EAST - WEST.
Two Daily Pullman Vestibuled Limited Trains
Between SOUTH and NEW YORK.
FIRST-CLASS DINING CAR SERVICE.
The Best Rates and Route to all Eastern Cities
via Richmond and Washington, or via
Norfolk and Steamers.-To Atlanta,
Nashville, Memphis, Louisville, St.
Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, and All
Points South and Southwest-To Savannah
jnd Jacksonville and all points in Florida
POSITIVELY THE SHORTEST LINE BETWEEN
NORTH AND SOUTH.
w-For detailed information, rates, schedules, Pull
man reservations, etc., apply to any agent of The Sea
board Air Line Railway, or Jos. W. Stewart, Traveling
Passenger Agent, Columbia, S. C.
C. F. STEWART, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt,
cirlcstflin W~ esterl IJa'olna RlY &
(Schedule in effect August I,1I903.)
(ead Down.) (Ba U3p (Eastern Sandard Time.)
12.46 pm......Lv Newberry...... Ar 3.10 pm Scheduile in Effect January 10th, l90t
1.50 pm.........Ar Laurens........... Lv 1.02 pm BTA TIONS.
2.7 m..~.L Lurns-. A- '2 ~ 40 am Lv Atla (S..n) Ar. 585p
6.I1 pm......Ar Hendersonville Lv 3.05 am 1 8pm Greenwood 3 35 pm
7.15pm.... ....Ar shvile.......LV 7. am 2 15Pm Ar Clinton(Din'r) Ly. 2 4pm
1246 pm......LV Newbierry (C.N.aL.) 10pm
1.50 pm..Ar Laur4as.......Ly 2.0 OW..
:::155. vaures.:: r v4".pm 100a Lv Glenn Springs Ar 40pm
5.20 tm.... Ar Augusta......... ..Lv 10.10 am 121pm ~ prenille 8 25p
8.30O pm.... Ar Bea'ort....... Lv 7.15 am 1 17 pm Waterloo 2 20 pms
6.Spm..Ar Port Boyal.......Lv 7. a'f i30 m Ar Lauren (Dn'r) Lv 2I)7pm
'24pm..Lv ewberry (0.N.ar.)Ar 3.10 pm 842 85 1 S
8.25 pm.... Ar Greenville...... Lv 12.15 pm eun Suoxn8
For further information relative to rates, LvaresAI8 IO65
etc.. all on, or addres.A .Grevls,.C
GERN TB.LUAMS, n. Pass. gt. 85322 CItn. 10312
T. M. z r.ren:TrafBC ManagEer.94822 18744
BLUE RIDGE RAILl ROADs 1 2
InZEfeetj.und 8, 1902250447Blenie14 4 5
.tetween Anderson and Wala 2601 1-ro 1196818
3A.BTUN0D WxeT,OUR 01,6 2 epaLDL j i
No. 9.No. 12 Stations. No.Il No.9
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10 9 55. ......... elton......... 820 10 50
248 9 3.... ..Anderson F.D...... 840 1110ACI.
245 930.... ..Andeon F.D. ......845 1116 oum t
.... .. 9 25........West Anderon.... 3 49 ....
..... 909.......e ve....... 35 .......aton
90... 9 2 . ...or aiatun.t ........ 483 -.
.. .. 825......... en e........... 411 -.
.... 806.......... eU io...... ... 4 ......
... .. 825.. ....W a .... ...... 5 ........sonLv 60
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