13 Haziran 1900 Tarihli Fort Mill Times Gazetesi Sayfa 2

13 Haziran 1900 Tarihli Fort Mill Times Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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f 4'IiC fcxl ruiJUf-"1 :rl> wr.'-'M ': Tv. vs. vv.. n. rmLM>vi|>: v < . m i> i* v. Corr ?r? our if . .' .i : : i:s; i'.od, ) r.'? !< >'.) 's'n <ro,:t:?CJsi: -it.;' !:- r 1 ' : hao ; .) I war-Is, niM :io 1 > o>.: Hario.l f.?r tlw vmuv? foiv "t- t . As aa :v:l\* isimvih to.* ? ;o;{ , Piiiovi!'*), Fort Mill, : :t l 3'ook J'iill lm in '<. < h vt- ?sTlv ,;Vj -iw-j ivI. }'.:.?? ? Li'i .Vii on application f ? iho publisher. l,val To'eph > :e N ?. ?'?. JIMD* n, ICO :. Kcini.tf fit, ?<r U-vrl.nni. ? What worn t)io tiiv.o - ??" vn, ' l>f Which ill *.! my l'*o;? with j >. Tii.iT- i!u..i" yruofi, the. C - br.yhf, Th.'.j p.-.u without i:l?ov*.' I")M r.u>:h'-v rv:iV:\ and iho v,.;j that s!;n?:i;ts I T.o ivst frori view.' Did S > :. I, >< :.' >i I I'M, ?>hl, ol.l t.l l K?:. tjvn as if i wt'.v :mv 'i 9 <>, .1; 1 ' t. Y < > !!; f.') ! U of :.? ? 'l'o ;;;i". ia? ?vi i ho v. ty "Wheuo . Mi >u of rave, an<l ; crow a in Man scv.< ! h" c'orf -f D:iv'.' ?Jajiks Lac sti: \ Th1 ]V)T)nlati<in of l!n> I'nilort Slates 2 ! ppr notare tViilo; of tlio Philippine 70 pijtiarc inilf. Tiuiv i ; 1:0 v. mi it. r?ist.-?, who, oven if 5ln y r 111 Ui find rocn, eon d n??i. livo 11:i< 1 labor it: > ii unci unhealthy n climate lint ti' il wore ?> >s ib!o to develop the products c f t!io rbilippim b it would bring thorn inl competition with tho farmers -of our own lWr country who raise cotton, sugar, W vice. tobn.-co, ami hemp, ami it is iluo to our farmers that we should not build up that competition. Tim wait I h of ih?? Filipinos tiro jrenerally few. They consume but little. If 'tli'-y wish lo buy more manufactured j;ooda they must ^ produce trior.? of the raw material above named, nod in this competition our workin^men must, understand that agricultural lul>"r can bo had in the Philippines r->r 20 cents a day. Additional proof that American eonmierco does not depmd on our possession of colonic/, is the fact that our minors for throe decades (from IS70 lo the pres. n year) have inereaacd <', > j> ?i* c> t: 1. and our exports 12115 per con I, a record k tin pan Hi 1> <1 in commercial hisj|L tory. 1 n 1 M70 our mporta were oi^lit hundred and tw( nty-eipht millions, and in will amount. to two billions witli i.i :: B if t io armor-plate people are not eatiafied with the nnaneenn nt , made jn tin ir behalf by their ie :n in Contcrcsn they are hard '' Wednesday was < IVered by that Hneble exponent ?f Jdalt Qunyisin, iruntH. and bie.li tarili", -Mr. IVn7'.v>;V:Brose of lVnnaylvniiin. It pre vides I Hint the Secretary of the Navy shall be authorized to procure by contract armor for any cr all i I' ihc vck.-< Is ?>rtlc red "at, a price which | now, in hisjud/nn nt, is reasonable \ and equitable, hut in case he is ( unal.?le to make contracts uiulcr the above condilh r.s, lie in authorized and directed to procure a 1 ^wipht for and erect thereon a fac-i P ry for the manufacture r.f armor; ami the sum of Jr'-l ,000,( 00 is ap- ' preprinted for the erection of said factory." ' The price to lie paid by tliogov- ' eminent- for armor plate thus 1 i._ . 1 uucomt'g n mailer wholly v.'?ti 1:ii ' the discretion of tin.* Secretary of 5 the Navy. He is <<> !>o the solo!* jr.djro of rensonahleurPM in price ' ami quality. There is nothing to ' prevent liirn, if ho prove to 1><> ' friendly to the armor-plate pet pie 1 us Ft*ino of lii.M colleagues in the 1 MeKinley cnbinct have to other s trust h, from paying $."? l~> or :l per ton, or nny other price which ' the financi&l exigencies of the T armor-plate trust may demand. \ The matter is. in a word, removed j ll wholly from ti:o field of competi- 'I ticn and has been made a tiling ! i for private a.-; J!, B behest of IMt-n v. ho (\:v ,'!y ? :?: r:ueus contributors to the lie- ! Q . never idMrwn any conscience in 1 their dea!invw ilh the govern h BL"> ;dxit t tho loot bog'n,'- Senator * 1 ?.!.f tr '?? ,?.!?; - lO 1 t:? I of this n>?>?'!<lroi:s m?:isnr'?, m ?! i! ?" o i . i.i I !. . < u11 that 11io loot ; v. i!i j?r? : >;?1ly. * * * T.. i: ? * i * - * niic.ni' ; r-'wrr <1 \ ;io ? Jll'.OC ; St: i:j n mo Court, from liis i'i : ci 1 'm, Mi'vcr:vos ;> : . , .. ! Mi> min lin' poliry of Pivsmiont Mc'-'iiiVv which ln'nor will imocpt rm \ wuruin::. Givo ih.<so poop'.' Iliriri'ul |;? nilonuo is tiio only so-! { 11imu < f rl:o qnos-t-on. I!??:ir Mr. iia-tieo llrvivi " on tho 1 .Ivor prnh!< fi !! :'! coiupu r \vt 11 his vi; io:i o? iilljmrirtlifjn : ' ;! -w can I'm 'jror.t. body of 1lio p oplo maim a Tolr iui?l eotnfo: table 11v?n ;V Tim vipht to work is a..n:n ; iir.'i ; -oi'u i-islt i! upon us moro import . ril thrm tiio rs;;ht to vo!i'. Tim i r.ilih in is n f? m ions ono. Wo he.vo ton million < r twelve milii >n ,.r .< ?i .. .1 i i. u ... i ... .1 , is lieu i: T th? Mm son and Di.xou line, and | wo ii.i.l tho jc vornor of a uro-.l Xort'no.n State thr-a'onini; to s 11<i nt itn 1) >r;loM v.'ilii CI.: 1 i;?i^ ijuus .".nil shoot down llio. o laborers if t!i y nipt to enter to compete with '.Is white htboreip. "Are wo likely to aid in solving1 this proh! mi; by blinking into our nation l !:f hui million or twi Ivo million o!'um: kilJ.vi M day laborers? ' Wo have shut tlu* doors Hirainst tho Chinese. Arc tin y nny worse than tho Malay? Shall we infro-i duco in tiiis lmtion more cheap labor? For labor is cheap where ! tho cost of living is cheap, and the Mulav needs but n little i ice within his b.xlv an ! a little cotton cloth outside, and a wrv little rice ami a . very little cotton urn ni.f-'uiotit. 1 do not. wonder at the action of the Feeler; lion of Labor in prote-ting nfjainst a now eompolition of cheap labor an well an an increase of the army, with ita consequent increase! of burden and taxation o:i Iho employed laborer. "Two visions rise before me. One of a nation growing in p 'palatini), riches, and strength veaehime oat the strong hand to bring within i s d unini. n weaker ami distant raeoa and lands; holding them by force To,' the rat id we din they m.iy t ring with perhaps the i eeasional pi, ry, success, and sacrilice of war; a wendrousiy luxurious Iif? into which the fort limit f.?U* -ill ill ! > ti'.n c t' PKpcnili enei which fur n term shall charm and d:r//i!o, ami 11:ota the shadow of I lie uw 1'nl (juc.s1 ii>11, whether human nature l as riuoi^ed. a lid the old law. Hint hislory repeats it-elf lias l<?<t its force, v, hethor I he a a n lim: splenilor of imp rial power is to la? followed !\v tin? descend it!j? p;loom ol luxury, d< ray. and ruin. "The other, a nation where* the spirit of tlie pilgrim end tie -11ugnonot remains the li* and < onlro!!in<r force, alarming that the Declaration of .1 ndepeud'tire, the Farewell Ad Ireas of the Father of Ii :0 ( ilin eo o *o 1 < ^ ^ 1 ' ? MIIK % i j , aim iiiu .mnirru i.njflrino >liiill in-var pass into inocu-' jin; desuetude.*' ' * ?/? - ? At t?i?r National Cipitnl. It' ^nlar covrrs;: miii ace. Washington, .Jim >11, 1(.)')0.? riio Democrats could not make In* ib?publienn majority in t'?>npvss remain in {session ami trmsu*t tin' bnniru's-j \vhi<h thoy were Iocted t? transact, but they could mil (lid tl orouuhly oxp-. we the jyp >erisy of the Republican treutncnt of such imp >r ant matters as In' Nicaragua Canal bill, tlie trust picsliou, and the reduction of war axes before adjournment, and hey did more: In the debate on he armor-plate clause of the naval !]?proprintion bill, the Democratic I'liatura ninri*' I)??> r ah ii... - ? ? ' 1I irmor trust ho hot that Senators lannn and Klkins actually chain )ionod th it trust on the floor of . ho Senate, thus furnishing conlusive proof .that. the admini'draion anil tlio Republicans in Confess were favorable to trusts in | ynernl and to that trust o^pe- i inliy. In deed of openly voting to | ? iy the armour trust the price it lomnnds for armor pi ate the lie- . mhliean majority "whipped tho f levil nronnd tlie stump" by i \ uthorizinjf the Secretary of the ? *avy to pure :is t .< .v.-uior that ? rill bo tu-oded duripa the eotuiny ( Vit fi-'-ill \v? *. i' l'.o ran ! > : t what !i.? c. >, i? i ii - r.- ' l < <? ; ?ii;i ! " n ir??: y ? 'vr-.vi?.? 1 ? a a-.-v-ii:ni?M>L ismior'jilai t. l! i <lol!ais t-j | i?roof!j tli.it. 1)." S-'rvi tar/ of tlu? Xnvy w 11 consi-sVr the trust ; : :? ?? for nn *' r? - ri'-'.o,*' ar<] t! .:i4 ln? will r. >t UK-: the authority' ? ??nf? vr. i uno i him l?. rgtttl)ii.-'h a riincni iit n;:-! tweak tin* f m?mo>v !y. If ilai.ti ii hail is >t h-'OTi cw'iin of thai. , j would no' have allowed ihe authority to be ??iv<?n ljitn. Anyway, i: v; s cowardly for tho majority in Conj'rofts 1.) f;i :ft tho iv.pur.H:bi'ity for favoring this trust from thou;. v ivos to Soon !ury Jo n Senator lVt.iif^rev s.irn d lip tho lb-publicans by (! Ivin.t into ;> iitieal history. Ji ol. : : !, no tho antlo vity of Mr. Cramp himself, that Mr. Cramp oontribaled , Sl'iO.OOt) t> th.o lb-publican ? a:nl?a':;.;ii fun I of IMHi, v.' th tho t ju oss inshrst'indin.' t liat ho w is to l.o r.-piid with \ r f:?nli:?? e< ntrriots to build sl.ii s. Winn Senator J Carter, who v.'.-s chairman < f tho tbjMoiioan national committee whi' h bandied tin- campaign funds of that your, denied tli.it any sneii agreement had been uiado with Mr. Crump mini you, not that Mr. Cram;) h.ul o ntribntod tho .. \ t.. i> .<: i t> 4 : . i * # J i > .* i I . i ' *15 1 ?' f 1' W r? I TI ! lie I nit I a conversation wish S? n-i- . tor C'nrlor, repenting to him what Mr. C'ramp had said, and t hat Carter had vt?j lied Inu^liiiijuly, "1 ^iu\'s wo d d hit the old mnn pretty hard." Mr. I'elti^row also ?;uve iloss . Fauna a fow swipes 111 t 1 could not keep from hurting even ' his thick, hide, reading extracts front the memorial pves mled to the .Senate ehnrjiing llanna with having liriho.l his way into the Senate, dv.vllin ,r withemphasis m>on tlie charge li nt Kepin sentative Dick, now Secretary of the itepub- ; lie; ti national committee, and Major Jiatlihono, lveently sus-; ]iend'd as director oil posts in Cuba, v.cre 11..nan's .".penis in carrying on! the bribery. j'r. Pottiitrew added as !.is own common?: "We sc-' now in wl.at school <!,;< Uiaii tin! hhoao was <?1 'lo:.! . d.1' ! fauna's ivj.'Jy ( m-isled lriyXy of railing Mr. !vtti;_j;vw n traitor to tho itviri part)-, which w> s not vory com* in in/. 11 -pro^oiil'itivo lhuv.*nin?;n, ! X. V., roK.soii til' ! > m< < ;: * - of 1 inI louso to onthivinsm hy iv ri.n'r :i lottor from Co! >nel I'ryan i!? tiyia;.* tiuit 11?> had <vor said tliar. ho favored mi nut i-trml o ut.-t.it n. I k?:l amendment or l>e'io\ed mm to ho noeoasary, unless I'm mipri'iiic eourl H.houlil hold that Coni?ves. aioiial legislation against tru.-N waa unconstitutional, adding that t ho Ivennh'.icin party lias shown in this Congress tlmt it (loos net wisn to ?i etroy tru. t-?, l>y eupporting a l ropositu 11 t?> give the national bunks control ( f ilm currency, ami thus create a p por ^ LI trust. The iv unto by .? vote of tool rejoeto I the nominal ion of en-Congressman I'ynuui, of lm!:uu:i, to be general appraiser at the j or' of Yew York, a:i :.'8,t)00 poit.ii n which the law yay-s ehnll be tilled by a Democrat, and which was oivi 11 to Mr. Dyiinin as a reward for work done for Mr. McTvinl y in Mr. ltynuni culled himself a {.old Democrat, but the Democrat ie senators contended thnt he was not a Dciuocr.it, and there' were enough IvepnblieunM wlio agreed With then. to defeat the iioni: nrii . >11 Senator I'o'dijjrcw paid of tin-? two labor bit's j me sod by tho Hoiho recently, and the laiioun^o is equally applicable 1 ? 1 ho bill ordevod favorably reported by tlio ijonsc .1 udiciaiy Committor, limiting 111 a meaning of the word "oonl,?. .-...i ? .- - ' - . :;i.i iu j Hill ll-l' (II I" Sir;i!Iliii.U orders and injunctions in labor troublos: "Were these bilU pnsscd by the other 1 buise '.villi the intention thnt they should become laws?

Dh, no, Mr. President, they teem to have been pass d by the other House for the purpose of holding hem over labor during the comi ng uinimer, with the proiniso that heir political course am! conduct dvdl affect Ihe legislation on these ubjecb; next v. inter." The Senate committee on the 6 l? icitf ; I-! 15 ! ; ;??.?! \V ". '!> I' i *ot of w'licli S M-nln;* IVr.-.i i \ is r-}i::iip.inn, \v . -? ].r w';!i :i f;it< {< i? to fin rto Rico, at public ? xwnr.o. by n ivt-olpti >n r. !< ,>' .i by lh?? S'.'nnb*. TIk? };!!< i pti? \v <i *!h* Jt:r:* t 1 iuvisl . it.; (in cccoii.ii'i<i:?. tit hy Stir the Axhes o: the PsM? bb-v. |(. ?i 1. 1 *?.*!' 1' . <!>?> utiiinnl or.'ii');* of ti):> (\>i: " ller.tlp rev.iron i.i L< n:wil!.,>, h'i.-v.<>t <1 this ;|ii Vi ion sts folio ' . : " V < u.-t- }::c ? r:?:ty y-iuv In m'b'm i,-s . .'lii-.s. i ???;. U'^VPirlH t: o:5 tr. !vl iU>;l *vit It UV.V ij your uresenoe to-dhy, for wostnn i tc ? ; 111 r. uiHM-r '.he sb t:io\v <;i I;? * p.iat. I'., is U.e s< inn n?vo:vi;C" ' (ho niVV. i is 1 in; ij'i-'.ii ? ! Wefitpiinlstpr Abhoj', Rvu'rouud -i by !i.'iy! 11.<! s 'i! :; iii'M I. liclefs!. \. , uro be i> J ;.? living ;v,r.SfiiJutiv1 h ui coinii!( y i ? or.ine! v n-h?> shop in lonely comet r.oil.ri xi-_c!?. ill the (i; v:n r> | - rcltniico a sin;.!'' monumental ehtft is the t;b'.'tiy Titiv. I k??f'piiivj \v;i' ii . i?r 11)" b' vonric t In - <i " 1; is li ;-a . i ibii ty " since the Conn o vate war \v:is elesfsl, ? to! ntMXii i ii.1 y-1:i:i ' years riu-o i;. was K\ i:h; hm;[ : is yomeciiMi m .'k K < i H iiy we si uu! stir ti*?? ashes ? f tlwP sm? ii ::: f ml, why we should n ?t inn/ li > past i'i its own grave, and tur t t?? tin' living issues of the jHO.t' ii ami the future. To this pu"> :.>n, com:ados, wo luiurn the answer w it h a v< it > loud as sown thundery. because it is our histofy ami the history of our dead hero* who shall not go without their fame. Ah long as there are men who wear the urn., thev will gather t lie churn d embers of their ohl camp (ires, and in the blaze of these reunions tell {In; sdory of the martyrs who fell in the defense of country and of truth. ''Nay. more than this: It is the story ov a strife that marks an i poeh in the annals of the American people. It. is known to every school boy in the land tlmt two parties existed at the formation of our government, who could not agree in locating the paramount Sovereignty which should dec ide , upon all issue s arising between the Stater, and them. elves. The Federalists, an they were term <1. ' clernande 1 a strong government, concent rating power in the nnt iona! n< 1 in:nisi rat i< >n; t ho ! tcpubli cans, on th?.? other linn;!, con- ' tended lor tlio flisti outio'i of power among the I;:t. s. claiming their origin*! Hovereignty anion:; their roa-.-rvid rights. Ihuh parties were t ; ; strong to allow the queslion lo > determined !*y ttrhi trillion or tn rough for?-nsic iliscns-ioii. It was. i here for.*, permitted lo rliinie r i o i alii certain ninliigx;It es of t C|)irion in Iho constitution i!.- to !>,? settled l?y the c\i- enc.' < I' t!i" i 1' r?', not as nn alls met ]>ri:ii-i)i! , on as an accompli-.n I iael. 1 n" *d not remind yon i;o\v this I- lie was ni.sid in !U, nni! iv.is ?.<): ' poned through too concilia' ey 1< ;is!:it;on of that period. Sara an issue . c.iuM not, luwev. r. h-!. '!> {. rewr. I I.' (idmi: i'oii of new SStut > into the Union, with !ii.mv c??tit!iftiiu^ ; lnts-rests, mu.-t re t. >t>n? -i;..u p.ni! romji'l discus-hen. Thus ii arose in our day. i : is:! ' 11? ;!so esta'dish Mien f i > i" the S alliu m (.'onfedtuvey and t* the civil war1 that I'oilv.vo " Ir is ai'SJi'h* f?.'. y to surp -so thai sue h a p ailan.- us up.mini,' r.s that c.f our ] o< j l. in i ^> ami lwil e> u.l> i l><- i !i eel c t: .iVi > ; .. Si tnachinntlona of poiiticiatisuiuuo. A rnovemenl so M?<id> n ami : > V iat. instantly wallow;:. ; up aii minor contention.", wouhl only po-riss;.* fro-.i s .in-? jiieat faith d t j>ly its the Imio ai heart and inv whieli men were \vsiiIs?tj Iodic. Whatever may have i> a U;e an asios) oi the war, '.ts \ ardo lat'isao, the hiniro oji which it lur.-c d, was tills old qinvi n of State s-?voreionty as a:: iin.-l national acv. As tin*re could I) im rain. promise l-clw; en the two, ti??* only ipso. I w.. ; j?n appeal to to.* law of toree, tin' "ultima ratio r- ;piri. The fu Tender iii Appomattox, when t!n? 1 uttered renin :atof Ij( V xreut array stood guard tor tin I not ti:no over ftuuthern hbertier and vigil s, drew tiro erpi iorial line dividing between the past ami the future of American hi t ry. When the will of thn strong-st instead of tho 'consent of the j? >v- ' erned" became tiie base of our rath nal structure, a rudical trnueformarion took place. The prineip'eof confederal'!' n gave way to ii. .1. r i i . > ' mat 1)1 C :iiSO;t(i'illOll fUHl the American emerged out oi tlio American ivpnMie. ? <??* -8?- ? ? A Co*t'? i Crop lAtinist^. The New Orliviu< Tinns-i Vmoerat presented on Juno 1 the asct 1 uitimenls f nnmcronfl corrc;-'poiei?'n tu oil t'.c cotton State.-; ; to 11?<? condition ef the cotton c: p < n ?:uno 1, and after e nij ^ri-u; ami collating thcni carefully, it arrived at tin t ccuclut-i . ; i p 1. ! ! ?' :x\ I';.:, e i!:c roav1 ? :<"<! it II- out tin* fV'.'.v..- l?' i i.':f p. r <vnt. A l?rp.ir n:?n ' ) :.!, :ii- h.ul-.liHlly,. bate btvsi v.-:?. :j :,t the d:\ler*:un of la ?; i-? otlu >r in.lastrf^ in 1 "M" I . I Th-' p lire bases 01 ieri.i zrr> vt v In rye. hot ti i' 1 (' I . ; i . i!tH frfi t H VP'-y (' >11r-'iii-f, ')!, ??'iino;Inn in tilt.'; it'* *L* :f* f >r< e .sfc of ?i ? O '.-i i!.' .''jf.-iiv c.f -sci-fl for planting or ? oplnnt i*i** i; louud to have luul ; ISO biO :S of i net. I. 't ii" j ?;)iy of ?j rr.i *i:?iitio!?? 'vis lii.vii fii. icient foi every par- i poso. "?. '"'ho oc ndi'Ion ot ! tho plant vn iry r atlr. n di'fe rent -oi-nli!it s. The i i iloo1; ii> Tpexas is, by oil ae? oi o s, r.r.o of th'Je Morst of wlurh :!< ?,"s makj|e mention. :.i .*w!11 i o 11: > ci.'ineijtn^have boon i m.kin !. out the crof> it- almost j mi.;wiv i!! / r.arkwaru jand will, i- " '< >'. ho peculiarly* sensitive o ffo.-t. An open winter will I e i'sph y i?i or lor tol iiwuro a hounlitui harvest: a wifmal dnte of lYest v*u 1;Ikeep the 3"ii*ltl wilh.n very inoilcrntetliineneion&jan C'iriy freeze \v< n'd imply aril absolute disaster. Speculations those, j oints n"< 1 absolutely iilile; time must 1 ) left to toll its story. At th?? solicitation r n number of ex-Con feci*-, rate veterans and < ?iioi* citizens of For4- V*;!!, Dr. Thoniwell has consented* to deliver a ! eluro on tiio Louisville reunion in Oonfederate ] mrk t<>. morrow afternoon at 4 o'elot k. 'the lecture is to be free and nil are invited to hear it. A telephone message Vo The Times from Pinevilio yejsterday announce! the death of jSquiro T.U... rP 1* - ._i. :_i. . I ' 1.1 /will! j.. j'OMliS, W H icu O.'CIK' "U HI his home iii that town nt d (o'clock Monday nflernolon. 'SquirelDowns w.'is about bo vi aru old audi was a member <>f the Iriuevillo l'rvsbyterian church.* I it served in a North Carolina re^inn nt during the war >.11d \\us a man vvho wns \v? 1 liked by everybody wliokuew him* His remains were interred in Httlrison cemetery yesterday afternoon in tin- presence of u number of relatives and friend-, " < I I An enelian^e lias at last s Ived the trust question. Hero it is: The p. anuttrm ttsliould beroaded: the liour tin t silled to the boqton;; tho eij^ar trm-t smoked outthe plupf trust chewed up; tho U'nn iri'fu nnumiert it out Him; the t^v.si e trust twish d; the furniture t>? \t \ curved in t."nlu; ilis metal tyre si heated hot; !lit*soldertrust int-k- il; tho berry trust | iekod c enn; the paper trust ground into pulp; the lamp trust sniiVod out; the lumber trust nailed; tho bioycle trust, pound.u; tin* mule trust buried; the type trust pud, and the pie lrust ea'i ii up. I ].XS i j iLJUU THAN COST. Wo hnv x sonio old slock Tinware i . clone out nl a bargain. *2 ).(<; 1 i< :i iiiiilc buc c< b.... 10 cts 1 - pd. beeki [a with tops 5 cti< j i;;i!! m 'i i 10 els ! -1 pa'It ill < 1 ? " as 7 cts 1 gallon n pin v 10 ctr1 1-12 palloM cc'.7,epots 7 cts Dippers 0 cis J f ycur chii 1- ens are tlyi:;r; Mapic Food w'.il v.-:>ndi ?s for them, ov i ' your horse r cow ;s p >or and unhealthy our Slo k Food will make now slot k for )'->u. Wo will ' i'unh -h you ph-uly < f evh' Mice of v.iini. i>. th will do i: you want it. Y > V fully, \\\ \) Aii5)RMV & i"\ fcpr.ttt Maohiuo (b Brick. Llirt'.bvT, Limr, S'tln? Kk'S, huiliMit^ and Pilt.mt-i of all kf ul?. v?*Mir.ivO?:i find bulldc 5. R-.(i? malr^onnll work (urn ?h?d promptly. Leon Steam Laundr. en vt"jt/)T'! \~ f K.]n'jw;l with th nawrat and 1*1 fit:hiii; ry. \\ < ?. in} ! >y only s!;*iloil vhilo |>' < !)'?'. and ?.*c do not luki1 n?*?r.> 1 tundrj\ monta ni.'k] from Ik rr. V. ill Tiiurn<l??y morning >:iid laundry returned Saturday inorni 13. V* . i3r..\i!Fo:j!?f /.pent. Hi n !' i hmh k u a v ' x c.tt07q k. ilw' jo, i SHOES vvo nro eel'in^ tho slinks i l?io 'own. ail kinds of - and Siippors for men, woumu n 1 child roe.? for oil and yomi;, \\ en re not low lender the foo\ wo i can give it ease?nor for shapo, wo can lit it. Shoes on all h?> lasts, C, I>, E, EE, and \V. S , , conio where you can got whr.t yn< want, and bo sure this stamp appears on the sole: tVfift?.-iTy.ij : ' [:)>}:'jb.'- ? ! - "i"? mm I awi *4 :v. rMmm * >- . igii tiiifiSi Yours in Business for Business. 7. y-p \ pit A T/T ?t "PTyD ?* i^iuAuHAivi o? XjJ- ? kj, P. S. Ilot weather? Yes, very, but we have the goods to suit the weather. I)iil you see those pretty Pawns, i)imilies and Organdies at church Sunday ? Now, (li.ln't they look nice and cool? "Well, wo hnvo plenty of them. Come and see. M. & E. i rhJ "CITY MARKET " Is v.here you can find any kind of IVcsh Meat you want i at. any time. We are always tlsere and wo always have what you want, provided you want the choicest (jnality. Our prices are reasonable for FIoCT-CLAES MP.AT;'. Wo won't sell ym any otlier 1 ind. Send us vonr orders cr Ti'lepht-r.o lI7. Wo i r.iirau'.iv nroair.t nt'eiiiion :ui'i sat it-factory treatment. ruE;-:i 11-ii i wry Saturday. IRA il. SHYTRE & SONS. The Arlington Hotel, CIIARrOTIfv, N. <Y Heat Lighted ai?d Ventilated Hotel lit ttic Clly. A. A. SPRINGS, Proprietor. I 11 if A t'y. . , L. * * . . f / ? t":' \ ' .-'o , ;? ' lf,u -v 0-;: -i- \ v"'4 I*-"'. 'y* ' ? - > v/; l V:; < ' 1 A 1 /' -> * !.' 'V '-1 \fi c .l 1 , ,j It V .;:y . .5 '.Yell Kn 3S!C(! Man. Kot.liln^ > ia I motive in a gontlo* i i mi a.- in- Mi a. i if broadcloth or hoiai*!.: an i" v '? : in ?: a:i is drossod. if. is in liar '.i ' r ' : nil's, ami shirts which (itflplii ' individuality 1 > tho nbsorvin/ i'1 wli i arc so iiniotly obsorvin^ as \v inii'ii: Cariains. hbrn'- 's table linen, bod linen, ojo. Wo uisu clean, press, unci dyo viits at modorafo rales. ]',or iso of mind ami o > of i-f of b'xiy, i?o sinv thai your laundry jfo.s t> tho .M i ii'! Laundry, ? haiMotlo. N. A . hd. L. r.Cf.LtlaNAY, Ajfnt, Fort MHI. S. C. BAND BROS, PSVSWUST ROCK HIiL, S. 0. r Rfif.r.

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