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Shorlll Geo. H. McCravy, of Lau
ronii, and Jas. N. King, Jr., of Ninety*
. 8lx, wore guests of Hon. Cole L.
Uleaso at The Newberry last week.?
k. Mi-. N. A. Craig, who has been
Quito sick at his old homo In Laurcns
county for several weeks, has recov
ered sufHelently to return to Green
wood, lie is still looking somewhat
thin, but under the invigorating air of
Greenwood his friends hopo for him
an early restoration to his accustomed
health. - Oreonwood Index.
Mrs. Win. Lipford, of near Harris
Springs, brought her little daughter,
Dora, to Newberry last week to have
an oporatlon performed. Tho child
had some kind of growth in her throat,
which wou'd at times choke her. Dr.
James H. Molntosh performed tho
operation and says tic child Is so
young it may come hack. This makes
tho third time that Dr. Mclutosh has
\A operated on her. -Newberry Observer.
For all kinds ol* bargains go to
Simmons' Bargain Store.
Bargains in Men's Clothing at
O. B, Simmons' Bargain Stoic.
Miss Carrie MiClltltook, of Ora. S.
C, has been visiting her Due West
relatives for some days. ? Due West
cor. Abbeville Press and Manner.
Capt. W. A. McOUntock, of Ora, was
here last Thursday to see his friends.
He was a member of the Second South
Carolina Cavalry, and always receives
a warm welcome in this community.?
Duo West cor. Abbeville Press and
It will Improve the looks of your din
ing room?Sideboard, No. 560, golden
oak, top 22x48 in, Kreuch bevel glass,
16x28 inch swell draws, the silver draw
.lined; small draw for table linen, with
??two doors at the bottom, Fhihorately
Vcarved, well-polished, double Serp?n
? Top. Deal? is sell it for $25.00. Our
price $20. 25.
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
Phonograph records for sale by Lau
rens Drug Co.
James W. Itoyd, of this city, Is held
for trial in the Federal Court, charged
with vlolatlr: g a statute against placing
an improper letter in ihe Post Office.?
He gave bail In $200.00, J. 1>. Watts,
0. B. Simmons and ?J. o. ('. Fleming
being his ball. The Court is now In
Ees = ion at Groenville, Judge W. II
B raw ley presiding. Here is the let
jnr Fountain Inn, S.o., Dee. 19, 1898.
r*'.\lr, J. A. Cope and, I,aureus, S. C.
Dear Sir and friend: I have writ
ten Spartan mill Rb< ut what you said,
it Is just like you said: Montgomery
has not got any judgment about cot
ton. I have made good money on
what cotton you reported ahead for ma
and [ have shipped it a full grade
higher, as you told me to do: strict
middling goes for good middling and
so on I will come down as you re
queued me to do tin.' 1 Bt of tho week,
if nothing prevents. The William
Watson limit> are too low for us to do
anything now, but I think we will get
there next spring and make Borne
monoy. The Pelham man is taki ig
everything now except a little good
cotton. I want you to make arrange
ments so I can buy for Spartan mills
again nrxt fall.
J. W. GlVKXS."
rp S. W. Montgomery is a Spartanburg
cotton manufacturer and employed J.
A. Copeland as buyer. It is claimed
that Boyd wrote the Givene letter and
mailed It to Montgomery at Spartan
burg, intending that Montgomery
would suppose it mailed by mistake,
the object being to injure Copeland
and that P.oyd might get nis job. TlIK
Advertiser gives the above as news
simply. Should Mr. Boyd be indicted
and convicted the penally is line and
A pair of nice undervest for la
dies. Only 25 cents.
A good man's suit for S2.9S at
Simmons' Bargain Store.
A good pair of jeans pants for
50 cents at Simmons' Bargain
NEWS FROM FACTORY HILL.
Wo will occasionally furnish
OH with tho news from Factory
Dr. C. L. Poole's little son is
critically ill at this writing, but
his many friends hope that he
will speedily recover.
Several now buildings are Hear
ing completion, their owners hav
ing purchased building sites from
your townsman, Mr. White Jones.
Wo have two first class markets
on the Hill, and a third market
will, we learn, soon be opened.
There are two or three cases of
fover still with us, but otherwise
^.hore is little sickness.
Wo notice that the correspon
dent from this place to the Herald
says there is a nourishing free
school over here and that "Mr. P.
B. Lockwood is teaching an in
teresting class near the Superin
tendent s house " In justico to
Mr. Lock wood we will say that
tho said "interesting c'aSs ' con
sists of a fraction undor 10 schol
ars. In fact, something ovor twice
many children as attend the
kland has a first-class
here ftiid is do
Wnshbuni's Ureat Southern Minstrels
Which embraces a large aggrega
tion of up-to-date high salaried artists,
are to bo in I,aureus next Monday,
giving a grand atreot parade, which
the Creonaboro, N. O., papers last
wook describe aa eouul to a circus
pageant, and at niglit giving u per
formance at tho city Opera iiou.se.?
This performance, if all report- be
true and thoro is no reason to believe
to the contrary, as the papers of tin
Old Dominion State and those of our
sister state, North Carolina, ure most
positive in their statements, will bo tho
best display of reilned, up-to-date and
costly minstrelsy now being dished out
to the public.
Tue Raleigh (N. 0.) News und Ob
server, say a the Minstrel is by far the
beat that has visited the old North
State's eapito) this season, while the
Washington (N. 0.) Messenger pro
cluims it, without a single exception,
aa tho "boat of them all." Tin- pro
gramme rendered each night embraces
a melange of first-class acts, portrayed
by nearly two score singers, musicians
ami burnt cork and vaudeville artists.
The troupe will arrive in the city
Sunduy about noon from Anderson,
travelling on their own attractive and
elegantly appointed car, the "Robert
K. Lee.'' Monday about noon the
street parade will take place. It will
06 an exceedingly novel pageant, lead
by four mounted buglers in full suits of
gorgeous mail armor and enlivened by
martial music played by Holly Rossym'a
two big band-. The other features of
the parade will be just as brilliant.
Seals on .-ale at Davis. Roper & Co.
KxcileillOld Near Waterloo.
In tin: Fork of the Sahlda and Reedy
? known as "the Kork" there was
soino excitement on Friday last. At u
lute hour a phone message came to
the Court House that the negroes of
tho neighborhood threatened mis
chief to property and asking for guns
and ammunition. A dozen young men
promptly responded and repaired to
the scene. Arrived, they found sonic
excitement and a number of gentle
men of the neighborhood collected. It
?as soon astertained that their ac
tivity had had the desired effect and
no trouble likely to ensue. The trou
ble seems to have grown out of ne
groes lighting. While people took the
part of tho parties with the result of
cxoitlng othei negroes and the report
got current that, these threatened to
invade the poace and properly of the
neighborhood. Four of the negroes
have been arrested and lodged in jail.
.Miss Winter's Recital.
Unwittingly the time fixed for this
recital fell on a Friday and the 13th.
Hut contrary to precedent both the
day and the oceuslon were perfect"
Mrs. Lucas* music room and reception
hall were comfortably filled with mus
ic lovers who enjoyed fully the witch
ing hour. Piano and player were in
one accord. Miss Minier played with
grace, accuracy and precision, with
out being too precise. The most dill! -
cult tilings seemed easy. Her work
varied from an infinite tear provokinj
pathos to such rollicking measure that
It set the minister's foe t R-waggiug.
Miss Minter s work W88 a source of
inspiration to the yonngor pupils and
a in dodioilS tribti'e to the genius and
enthusiasm of her teacher. To Mr:
Lucas and Mis> Mieter are duo thanks
and congratulat ions.
Notwithstanding the inclemency
of tin; weather, Saturday, lite 7tii
inst., father Jas. Taylor's birth
day celebration was an enjoyable
success. The several families of
children and grand-children mot
at tho old homo, bringiug with
them tokens of love and apprecia
tion in the shape of fried chicken
and baked turkey, cakes, pies and
custards.The day was spent pleas
antly around the old broad fire
place und louugiug about th
house generally. Being cold and
rainy no out-door sports wore in
dulged. Tho children romped and
fluttered like so many butterflies
in their childish gush and glee
The young ladies whiled away tin
time in singing and playing and
talking about?yos about. Th
young men strutted about crack
ing jokes,living and feeling,specu
biting and prospecting much in
tho sumo way as we used to d
when wo wore younger and proud
er. The older men talked of cot
ton, politics and peavino bay chew
ing and spitting all the while to
keep time with tho discussion. All
this time tho good women, tho
wives, tho mothers?the blessed
sweetness and life of humanity
and homo were moving things
lively in the ki<chon, preparatory
to the splendid dinner that was
served in due time.Kot hing do men
enjoy better than a well-rounded
dinner and nothing amuses wo
men more than to sit off and turn
them loose on tho viands and
watch them jib they chisel desola
tion through plates and pies. And
t hat we did.
After dinner games of orokonole
and other diversions wore tho or*
der observed .There were present all
the original family of children
(none having diod) consisting of
seyo^--Jtr?;ti-s'.M\*-a4>d ftvo- dfrttgfc*
tors, viz: R, J. Taylor, duo. A.
Taylor, Mrs. .). Hiliard Gray, Mrs.
It. Abororombie, Mrs. R. H, Mo
Carter, Mrs. lt. F. Waddol and
Mrs. Alex. Andrews. Twenty
seven grand-obildren wen; pres
ent out of thirty-four, ? seven
having passed away. Altogether,
counting sons and daughters-in
law, tho living members of the
family number forty-six. Brother
J. W. Shell, our P. 0. was present,
o and enliven tho occasion
his good humor and morri
At the close of the day,
aylor called his children to
in semi-circle around the
parthstone while he standing
midst made each a most
present of fifty dollars
? greonback, ttCOOm
to present with lit
to which each re
ingly. After prayet
W. Shell, tho con
hied in the singing of
you till we meet
family re-union then
meet again on tho
AN? BKIKF NOTES OF KECKST
Attorney W. K. Kiolioy visited
(JreonvIHe on Thursday last on pro
?5 y1^ ... ?'
Tho JfWoodeuJJ Slock Show next
Thursday and Friday. Our Wood
rulT friends do nothing by halves.
Attorney H. J, Haynswortb, of
GreenVllle, was In attendance on the
Court during last week.
J. Ii, Tribble, Rsq , a prominent at
torney of Anderson, attended Court in
this city during last week.
Mr. M. T. Simpson, of Cross Hill, is
serving as a Juror In the Federal
Court sluing at OrOenvlllc.
Miss Bailie Knight, of Cray Court,
who has been studying music in Lon
don, after a stay of two years, ii?s re
Farmers should keep In mind that
our rainy eenton is duo to commence
at any dato after tho 20th of Novom
li r. Have wheat in '/round l>v that
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet at Mrs. LuoaS to-morrow
evening at I o'clock. Flection of of
lloers and other important business.
Mr. Fountain Martin, of Young's
Township, had a half bale of seed cot
ton stolen from his Hold -everal nights
Judge Aldrlch will hear to-day at
Columbia tho question whether the
State Hoard of Control could oust Don
At a negro froiie, below Waterloo,
Friday night hist Ben Cunningham
.-hot and killed Morgan Cunningham.
The "Chemically I'ure" was probab y
Wo are glad to be able to report
that ('apt. I). I'. Goggans, a gallant and
maimed veteran, who has boon ill for
a long while, is at home and much im
HftV. Kol el t Ad:, us. aftot" a two
weeks outlttg for hi- health, bus re
turned to the city, much improved, hut
not as yet restored to Irs u ual v gor.
lie was for a fow days at the Can
Presbyterian Council at Washington.
Tho Nickel- Bros, lost their gin
on Friday night last with contents.?
The loss is $1000 or more and partially
Insured. Much sympathy Is exprossed
for these industrious and had work
ing young men.
if you propose to sow tho clovers or
other grasses this fall you have only n
few days to scramble in Got your
strawberry ground ready this week
Plant nt Oltcc. Wood earth for man
Married, at the rcsider.ee of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Wil
son lliakoly. Thursday, October 12th,
1800, Mr. W. .'. Benjamin, ol this
city and Mi-- Alice i'.lakely, ? Kev. W.
S. Boan, officiating. Much joy to the
happy contracting parties.
Tin: Auvkktiskh was romorabercdon
yo3terday.lt was a present of borutlful
Irish potatoos Of the 2nd crop as line as
you see freie. Western New York and
beautifully devolopcd tomatoes. We
mean some time to give the way of sc
ouring this second crop of Irish pota
toes. Col. W. II. Martin was the donor
and he illustrates Horace Grceloy'a
theory of the farm?ten acres enough.
The ( up.
Columbia wins the first race, show
ing the Sham rook a clean pair of heels,
one mile ahead at the finish.
Mosaic) .v Hol and.
'lhis is a Hardware place. There is
something there of use for every in
dividual, l'ut your linger down on
their ad. and remember the pluee
when von come to town.
For tho United states Circuit Court
which convenes at Columbia, N'ov
28th the following Laurens citizens
Grand Jury J. A, Goddard, Tip
Petit Jury -J. Ii. Davis, Clinton.
AI IllC Smith Carolina College.
R. P, M inter has been chosen the
President of tho Senior ( lass.
A. C. Todd, of the Clarlosophlo So
ciety has been olectcd as debater to
contest for a medal.
1?. M. Wells, also of the Clurlofiophic
Society, has beon complimented.
New Boarding Mouse.
Tin- public will bo glad to loam that
Mrs. Virginia Miller h ? I a ken Hie
McCoy House for the purpose of keep
ing boarders. Mr.-. Miner is an exper
ienced house keeper and her gUCStfl
will find her house delightful and
homelike. Mrs. Miller Is the widow of
a gallant soldier of the Lost Cai's \lhe
late Col. G. Me. Mill. r. of Ninety Six
W. A. Franks was convicted 111 July
1807 of the murder of Mason Clark,
with a recommendation to the mercy
of the Court and was sentenced for
lifo lit-, tho State _Ponetentiury. A mo
tion for a new trial was refused. Cpon
the recommendation of the Jury, the
Judge who heard the caso ami u peti
tion numerously signed Qov. Mr
Sweeney has commuted the sentence
to Iw ) years. I-'rank*' term will end
in February net
TIlC Wednesday Club.
This is composed of the veVy cream
of the literary and cultured ladles of
our city. But they are not stilish and
are Studying the culture and niter
tainmcnt of our people during the long
will tor evenings jusl ahead of us. They
will bring here four distinguished plat
form speakers who will deliver four
lectures during the Bcason, beginning
with the last 01 this or the first of next
month of which due notico will he
given. The ticket will be $1 00 for the
season, if asoiison ticket Is taken. The
Club ladi.'s are entitled to the thanks
of all for their forethought In looking
out for their entertainment and the
community will oonsplro to make their
Dr. I). Ii. Anderson.
Dr. Anderson died on yesterday
morning at his Ii mio in this city. Ho
had been unwell for more than n year
and the sad event w is no1 unexpected.
Hr. Andcr.-on belong, d to a family
prominent In this county for a cen
tury. He was graduated from the South
Carolina College In I8IH and Hubse
quent'y adopted the profession of
modiclne, which ho successfully prac
ticed in connection with a large plant?
interest. Ho represented the
the Lower House of the
jbly about fifteen y\'n\\i
dtriot. He was omb
He leaves sons
id i-11 i Id re li to
Some Seasonable Items.
Culture.? Plant tho sets four
iuohos apart in rows about ltalf
au-iuoll deep 2X11(1 one foot between
the rows, I?ii t do liol Cover t lie set s
entirely. All varieties can lie
sot, out ill the fall as well as the
Sprine;. Kali planting of onions
arts Rttocoodiug very well in the
South, and should bo more gene
rally praot iced.
\Ve strongly advise our custo
mers to give more attention to the
planting of onions, as they are
proving a very profitable and sat
isfactory crop both for sale in our
home markets and for shipping.
Onions must l>o planted on oloan,
rich soil for best results.
Silver Skin. - Excellent variety
for family use. Skin ami llesh
pure while; mild flavor and globo
shape. The host white onion t?>
grow largely for sets. Choicest
Kaston-grown sets 16 cents per
quart Western grown 10 cents
per quart. Quantity prices on ap
Yellow Globo Danvors.? Stand
ard variety; globe-shaped, large
in size. One of the principal
main crop sorts. Keeps well, and
is a most, tlesirablo or table onion.
Price same as t ho while.
151 ue Stone.
I<?r wheat growers, 10 cents
per pound, three pounds lor a
quarter. Then; is grown annually
in tho United Slates about 660
million bushels of wheat from 10
million acres. The Western na
tions of Europe roquiro more than
thoy can produce and are our liest
customers, taking 150 million
bushels. We pay close attention
to our seed business and are mak
ing a reputation lor sidling
"SEED THAT GROW."
The Lanrens Drug Co.
Laurons, S. 0., Oct. 10, '?*.?.
Mrs. J. K. Murff hits been quite
sick,but is on the mend at present.
With Unit exception, our commu
nity, (the Doctor says,) is distress
Cotton is pretty well opened ami
will soon all be picked out, and if
Lanrens cotton buyers continue to
lad like Ihey have been during the
season, they ought to get tiie hulk
A the cotton and flu- merchants
the bulk of the Ir.ide f ir Lauren;,
is certainly the best cotton market
Ulis side of Augusta.
Mr. P. 0. H.J-?lins, lately of Ger
many is now with W. S. Knight
learning him to utilize the m my
little ihiug-j which haye boon go
ing fo WSStO heretofore oil th" fur III
and around tho barn, lie says wo
are laud poor in America.
Mr. .lohn W. Heeks und wife ve
iled the bitter's sister, Mrs. Loubi
Kay, of Plckens county recently.
lion, (J. Pet Smith is now ;i!
lloncil Pitli i t:g'gcd in buying
cotton seid for ihe H >n a Path
Cotton Seed Oil Mil! ,
Prof. It P. Fleming, of Green
wo id , came up on the 0;h lost,,and
is now arranging to open Up his
sein ol in-xt Monday.
Chnrloy Beeks went to Laurens
b.i-d Friday on business.
Mr. P, M. Bii/.hurui l\88 gonQ'tO*
Columbia to got a j >b of work in
Mr. Creswoll, of Greenwood, was
the gupst of Mr. W. S. Knight
Monday, lie brought his nephew,
Prof. It F. Fleming to la gin his
Mr. Noal Andrews, an old Cor
federato Veteran died at his home
in Pels! ir, Monday OcL 2 id. He
Carried U peg leg ever since the
war. I am pot able lo tell what
bailie he lost Ii s leg ir, bill liiere
aro many others who do know.
Ono by ono wo will all soon be
gathered home, from whence no
traveller ever return.;.
Born to W\r. and Mrs. Thomas
Marlin, Od Is*,, ti girl.
The iieirs of ,1 old F, Smith, de
ceased, have decided to Sell tho
lands of tin; old homestead on
Saleaday' in December next, it
being tho 1th day of tho month.
These lands are lying on Saluda
River and contain as IIno water
power as there is any w lie re on
the famoua Ware9.hoala, it being a
part of the Ware Shoals proper.
Cotton i\iiii men who contempiati
locating In the Syuth would do well
to examine these Shoals for that
purpose. The Ruil Road bed of iho
O.K.A W. has been graded through
Iheso lands and crosses tho river
just at tho foot of their possession.
The people of Iho cnmmunlty aro
vory anxious that there will ho
factories on Iho .shoals lu '.ho near
ML Gallagher church has culled
the Rov. J. o. Martin to preach for
them another year,
I>) you want your room to look like
room shown in K. M. A K. 11. wilkes
& Go.'fl r.dverti.'eniont thi? week. Aleut
*'.:'? will do it.
1 ?. M. A E. ?I. Wllkos A Co.
Styles and kinds. All who expect to wear $
inter will save money sind get right styles bj
toy going to
O. 13. SIMMONS
J?st Tr)e T^itjg
To havo these days while theweatherin so delight'
ful, Have an easy comfortablo Hooking Ohair.
The kind our Grand mother usod to sit in with
knitting in hand en jo Ving iho balmy days of Oc
tobor. It didn't seem like work knitting stitch
by stitch, it w as just to pass the hours away while
tho little giand children were playing around her
foot. We have thorn like this picture in Goldou
Oak and Mahogany. Saddlo scat, (that is wood
seats hollowed <ut) highly polished, tho eomfor
tablo and ooonomical kind, very strong and
I .n o rens S. ( '
xm* Like Cut *a.7?
NOTICE*- < )n Soptt mix r 1-1. r< cclv
ed throe cur-loads: Klrsl ? Lime that
Is Fresh, strong and white. Second -
Rosendalo and Portland cement and
Plaster Paris. Third?Shingles, lirst
and second class.
Ii. B. GRAY.
I do*ire to state to my frioodsand
the public that I am in a position to
lid all orders for fertilizers.
Sept. fall lS?'l- (it.
TO COTTON PRODUCERS.
We desire to state that we arc pre
pared to store and Insure cotton. We
give receipts upon which the holders
oun borrow money, or if preferred we
will advance it.
Will he glad lo serve you. Call and
Laukkns Ronoko VVakkhouse Co.
N. 0. Di Ab, President,
P. M. SkXTON, Manager.
New Oyster House.
I liavo arranged for the season a
Itestauraut at my business place. Will
i)e glad to see and serve all friends and
will endeavor to please.
13. < . OUISP.
Dr. ltolfo E. Hughes,
Offices Todd Building, Phone 78; am!
Cotton Mills store, Phono 109.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Troating diseasesof Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noro.
- dka lfks I x ?
WE can supply your wants in Floor
ing, Coiling, Wealhorboarding, Css'ng,
Mouldings, Shingles and baths, ?t
R. II. R?DGENS ,<c SONS.
Laurel b, S. 0., Oct. 18,18')8.
Ilobhcd (lie (Jravc.
A .startling incident, of which
Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia,
was the subject, is narrated by
him as follows: "1 was inn most
dreadful condition. My skin was
almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in
back and sides, no nppotib?
gradually growing weaker day by
day. Three physicians had given
mo up. Fortunately n friend ad
vised trying 'ElectricBitters,' and
to great joy and surprise tho lirst
bottlo made a decided improve -
ment. T continuod their use for
three weeks, and am now a woll
man. I know they saved my lifo
and robbod th<' grave <.|' another
victim." No one should fail to
try them. Only 50 cents at The
Lumens Drug Co.
Ol 11 io prosperity of any (own is in
patronizing home enterprises, home t il
cn', and homo industry Thh h what
>< ii hear all our successful business!
men preach, and it is "tnie aj gos|
Put such advicoapplies with oqunl fore
to tho most insignificant husinoss. Those
who count their thousands, as well as
tho Blacksmiths, who spend their in
conn H and fruits of their lal or with < ill
?'home people" are alike ( Mil led to lllO
patronage of their fellow?-,- t /. n ?. H ?,
don't fol get that B. II. OH BWS, I; c
JOU PHINTICK, will do your work in
neat style, and at prices that will mm*
pete with tho lowest, for same quality
of work, and grade of stock u?od.
B. II. CHBWS,
The JOH PltlNTKK.
Parties having business wit h the
County Supervisor will find him
in Iiis office on Monday and Fri
day of 'each week, bstweou. the'
hours of ton o'clock a. m. and 4|
oclook p. m.
R. P. A DA IR,
fan. 0, 1800? ly. Supervisor.
LEY & ROL
-! RADING DEALERS 1N
Hardware, Cutlery, (inns, Pistols, Stoves, Paints and
Oils, Harness and Saddlery a Specialty.
Wo call special attention lo oo,r boantinil line of
BEST in town. O^?io and boo us you will find an up-to-date Hardware
Store in "ve'-y rospoot. When you want
buy thorn from un. We have a line of Hats and SH0B8 we are goiug
to clone out
Come, in a ruah to got them, thoy will go fast, ami wo waul all of our
frionda and customers to get some of those bargains. p'sq, have
a uioo line of GROCERIES.
Best Prices Paid for 1
"Old .loo" at
Yoii at) Eye
if bo, soo our Millinery, Cloaks, Cap' s, Undorwoar, Oor
Bots, Hosiery, Glovos, Neckwear, ready mado Skirts, Waists.
Notions, and the biggest liii" of Fancy <>.Is for lite Hol
iday trade over shown hero. And all at tho
Call and sen us, and we will convince you we aro right* No troublo to
Miss Bossio Bramlott and Mis. Emma Richardson are with us
and will ho pleased to see their friond*.
( Kind tlte right place).
3VLrs, 3VL. -A-dstms.
MoCords' New Store, Lauron.s, S. C.
When you have secured these your buying has been a success.
Among our purchases this season you will lind such
as we think will convince that further looking around will bo
Whilo thogroatost caro has boon oxorciscd in the soloction of
Goods for the several depart .incuts, we call special attention to the
* BARGAINS *
ollored in BLACK and COLORED WOOL DRESS GOODS and
SILKS now opened for KALL woar.
W G WILSON & CO.