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t;> buy what you doii'l
and capricious tastes,
standard maintained i
dwindi? into insignifb
barriers of standing g
onslaught of our price
Now if you want a good Black Silk
dont you buy until you seo ours
Our stock of these goods is the
largest in tire County, our good.?
the best and pri?es tho lowest. Set
our Black Silk at .s:> LOO ? |.i>?
A full line of Jennee Table linen,
Towols Napkins, Flannels Cotton
Flannel Hod ticking etc.
Fruit of the loom Bleaching OJ cts
A xj a- xj s
"Ole Lem Sandjrson? You ll timi him
straight ah?*ad up Saw-Mill gulch,
?tranger. Koller th' trail 'bout half a
mile beyont the Mollie Brisbane tunnel -
can't miss it-th' tunnel-th' dump joel
backs up over the trail like a balky hos?
-an' north of th' trail, d'rect under thc
ehadder ther' of Horn Silver mount'n,
you'K run chuck up agin Item's cabin,
TS tb' same ranch he ust'er have, unhj
t's frilled un' fixed up with chromos of
angil:! an' sich. An' 'f ole Ivcrn ain't
roadin' his Ibbie or hummin' some new
fangled church hymns I'll giv' y : quit
claim deed to a half int'rest in in' Jot
"Reading the Ibbie? Singing hymns?*
I echoed in amazement, My lank, web
footed informant smiled sardonically
nodde<l his head, and led me across th
rocky street to a dingy cabin, dis
tinguished from its neighbors by tin
axle-grease legend: "Do-Drop Inn."
Lcm Sanderson, grown religious, nuts
indeed t>o a novelty in Red < litT,
thought. Five yean before, winn tin
camp was founded, I had known him a
tho most impious man in the Rock]
Mountains, with a pronounced dis
respect for all things di vine and a shock
in g depravity of speech. No one knev
whence' he came, and the most adroi
inquiries or genuine expressions of sym
put hy rarely inveigled him into refci
ence to Iiis past. Hiseeblike movement!
flaming red hair, and beard-unkemp
and uncombed-steel gray eyes, an
moody humors made him repulsivo t
every one who obeyed the border soci;
law of taking |>eople as one linds then
Ho waa ono of the lirst to cross th
snowy range, after the rumors of th
rich carbonate discover!. on Hatti
mountain hail reached the Arkansas va
ley, carving Iiis way through the tide
undergrowth and huge snow banks c
Tennessee pass, ami down the diann
Eagle river, which, only a few sensor
previous, han been the hunting-groun
of Colorow and his band of murderoi
Utes. Old I jem Sanderson never falten
at the snows ?md blasts and beson
which impeded his lonely invasion an
imperiled Iiis life. He saw no sugge
tiona of a supreme power in the lofl
pyramids whose white winding slice
reflected smiles from sunlit spots, or i
the cavernous ravines, where thc glooi
was almost Plutonian and where oi
false st*>p would end with doo th in 1
rnpids below, He only realized that
was nat'ral." His trust W.T. not recose
in God, but in a superannuated bun
that, unaccustomed to the chills ami in
of the north, slipped and staggered ;
every step. His anxiety and fears wei
alone concerned in a little goldcndiaii?
lad who lay tightly, though tenderl;
lashed upon the hammock of cnmputei
ails and provender under which thc doi
kev groaned and Ial>ored.
For many days thc perilous jourtu
waa continued without mishap, and ft
as many nights the queer trinity ci
dured the hardships of the icy wilde
netts without suffering a single ill, ol
Lem Sanderson, his infant boy, an
faithful four footed slave, arriving i
length In safety at their destination, tl
present site of Red Cliff. '1 he triangi
?ar basin at the confluence of Eag
river and Saw-Mill gulch rapidly ti ll?,
up with log cabins, whisky, and la\
lessness. Through all th? transform
tiona old Lem remained thc head of tl
community-ita mayor and record?
Tho rougher denizens held him in av
and fear. They affected to know bin
but when pinned down to the extent i
their acquaintance rarely went l>cyon
admitting that he was from Ark ansa
Georgia, or some indefinite place at tl
south, and that really they mid tell r
more about bim. ile never manifest*
an ambition to become a graveyai
starter, nor was it ever related of bil
that that he made a conspicuous piste
play, but somehow-and I must confci
that I waa a victim to tho sensation nv
self-everybody got tho impression th.*
old Lem would kill on nnytbing liko
reasonable provocation. I found him .'
that time a queer complexity. H
waa hospitality personified. Ur
learned himself, he enjoyed til
attrition of intellectual convorat
but even the dignity of that ii
dulgence could never stay nor aofte
the dreadful blasphemies which cam
ever rushihg to his lips, and tilled hi
listeners with the vogue dread that
lightning bolt or paralysis might any ii
stant silence him. Old mountaineer
habituated to tho vices of tho f ron tie
'shudder, d insensibly within hearing t
his tirades against the Creator, an
turned their backs upon him. Ho h
lieved in neither dod, man nor devi
scorned the church in particular, an
scoffed ai Christianity in general. H
lisping boy, then 8 years old, was tl
only living thing in whoso presence 1
forgot himself so far as to stifle h
?wicked speeches. If ovor a child w.
the exclusive custodian of a fathor
hopes and romance, it was "Lem Sal
denton'a kid," tho "junior." A gyp?
born was never more indifferent or ut
trained to fear. Perched on his father
back, the scaling of a quartzite bluff-1
a dash down Ute mountain aide onflril
Immense Display of Fall ami NV
now completo with ibo Choicest Uuoi
want a-; the assortment in suflicier
A careful inspection will convince y<
n thc most pretentious markets Sont
tinco when compared with our presen
uarantces, etc.* put forth hy rival elal
i. Business from \\ purely business st
NVAMSUTTA XXX 4-4 8* etd
0 and 10 j sheeting Bleached A
Brown from 171 to 25 ets
In white i?? Colored spreads wo
are ottering marvelous valures at
1.00 1.25 ?i 2.00 and higher
A handsome line of Black goods
in ( 'ashmen's nt 15 2"> 35 40 50 00
and 70 ets If you want to sUVO mo
ney it \\ ill pay you to see these.
T -A- O u
enjoyment that he craved. And Lom \
Sanderson seemed to love his boy tho
helter for this atranco passion, as if he
was therein the reflection of something
that touched bis parent vanity.
Many times I endeavored to lift tho
black maul!, from Lem Sa iderson's past,
but save the fact that he was a south
erner, and thc intimation that his wifo
had proveo! recreant to bor vows, my de
signing ?pierios were futile. There waa
only ono conclusion to Ix* drawn: That
Lem Sanderson was a name of conceal
ment, and that be biol outwitted tho
legal powors by stealing his own child.
Once 1 implored bim. as he loved his
boy, to renounce the evil habit which
must certainly be imparted to the hid
as he grew older, but the mere Bupges
tion of evil befalling his child only
served to invite a fresh volley of bis ap
palling oaths, and I abandoned all hojie
of ever boin?; concerned in his redemp
tion. Timi tho Bailie Lem Sanderson could
have I t en, by any human accident or
intervention, induced to seek comfort
in a Bible waa almost Incomprehensi
ble, I mentally argued, ns my inform
ant, with a flourish of bis arm, indicated
where I was to sit at tho Bingle log-top
table which graced the corner of the
Kaloon. A griin-visaged bottle, that lind
at somo jieriod of its existence evi
dently ?lone virtuous service as a pickle
receptacle, was placed on the board bo
tween us, and my loquacious companion
"So you was n friend of old Lem San
derson. Tough ole sinner, wasn't he? I
don't jost somehow remember all bow it
rame 'round tbet way-1 alms wnsscarl
of Lem as death and kept mighty quiet
on his claim-bnt anyway ono night,
thet was last fall, mo and him kinder
pooletl our int'rests and made a bargain
to prospect the bill together all winter.
Course you know how them things is
done. So 1 shifted my traps into bia
cabin up the gulch yonder, and settled
down like an ole War t'winter with l>*m
an' th' little one. Thc greatest kid in
these pnrts, thet l>oy. Bright an' good,
an' cut ain't no names fur him.
Etranger. L alo Lcm, tliet'a 'tho kid.'
wur goiu' onto 7 about then, and stunted
and small like. Tough an' strong,
though, bc was, same as mount'n oak.
Y ?lover seed a babe fonder of his daddy
then Tx*in Junior' was, anti l>'in, wei'
he worshipt thet lx>y, so I know'd s-ome
thin' terrible waa comin' 'loiiig BOtne of
these line days. An' sure as y'live it
dill, jost as I paid.
"Over thor upon Battil niount'n me
and Linn whacked up on some alliired
well-nppearin1 claims. Thor was tho
(blieb Sperret, Fust Chance, Owl Roost,
an' Hell's Fire lodes, all good, an' every
one of 'em under sevon foot of snow.
Th' Hell's Fire laid down acrost Lime
Btun Hat, 'bout half ways 'tween tb'
cabin an' th' Owd Roost. Th' Roost,
sec, took a sharp shoot over th' cast el
bow of th' niount'n ther. Now, it didn't
pan out near s'woll as me an' lx*m had
calkei lated. Wo out th' shaft down a
hundred an' ten foot by th' tape, tim?
liered her up snug, too, but tho vein
give out like a knifo-blade runnin'to a
pint, BO we quit. Couran wc couldn't
'ford to loaf longor'n wo could help, so
the next thing wo dono we jest pulled
up th' ole wln'lass and moved ber up on
th' Owl Roost. Early in tho winter
thet was 'fore nundi snow fell. Rooty
near cv'ry day Lom Junier would
Kram'le up th' trail same as a Sonora
mulo, up paat th' ole Hell's Pire shaft
'course thet waa ono of Ifni's darned
wicked names-to were we w ar bbistin';
then soon aa ho como 'long tired he'd
take tho back trail to th' gulch. He
never knowed anything 'bout fear, an'
wdien bc mado up his mind
to go - well, olo Lem never
said notion'. Ono bright day,
mn high, as I>ein an' tho kid an' mo waa
littin' at tho shaft eating bacon an
sour dough bread-nobody matte l>otter
sour dough bread 'n Ixnn-long comes
a big white cloud over Holy Cross
" 'Say, dad,' spoko up the young'n,
.who makes tho clouds?1
"Ole limn looked at me kinder shamed,
an' said mithin'.
"Course I know'd the Lord was rVpon
tibie, but it Bcnrt mo to think Lcm
might swear if I said so.
"Now, what d'yon reckon that kid
thought on next? S lys he, soft like:
'Say, dad, have them clouds wings samo
"H* was gazin dumb at thet clout!,
an' it se"in ?J to mo as if it was eoinin'
right dow n with open arms to carry him
"I^-m didn't taku kind to what th'
junior said, I could soo tiley, fur his face
wrinkled, but tho fust timo on ree'rd bc
forgot to swear. Tho kid jest took his
breuth 'way. Wliero d'yoo 'apoao
that boy heard of nngils? Ther
warn't another vorn spoko, in all fifteen
minutes it mest hov boon, till suddent
th' sun got los', an' th' snow como down,
nn' then ih kid took th' hack-truck
flpito of us. S.nnethin' mint hov told
Lem what was Iayln' up fur him. He 1
dono mighty little billin' rest of thet
day. Well, stranger, thet storm bent 1
all-th' allhVdost blizz ml over see M in
these p;irta. In ten minutes tho w'nd
Weir-A ir. ali directions ul onct.an tb'
inter Dry?good?, Boots ami Shot
.la of homo und foreign market?. No
it ly largo to onublo to suit the mo
ni that our present stock is fully t
li. All our past efforts (though Cl
t gigantic st rid. s for patronage. Tho
niants melt Into/hin air before the I
midpoint-squnrelyi openly andiah
COLORED, iD R KSS, ( ; ot ) 1 >S.
15 pieces Pekin serges 10 cts
20"Pacific Robes 15 ets \vorth2o
l? pieces Argyle Serge Double
fold 20 cts worth 30 ets
20 38 pieces inch Cashmere 2?
worth 10 cts
15 pieces 45 inch Cashmere io cts
worth ?? cts
'JO pieces 1-4 inch Tricots GO cts
AL 3 H O
? body up thcr'n th' sky wus shavin' 'era
' elTn l>ig ice cake?. S sm's I seo'd tb'
trail waa chokln' np, 'Lem,' says I,
Met'? dig fur the cnbin.' Never whim
, peted a word, but picktsl up bis tools an'
follered. I've bad rough knocks 'n the
. niOUnt'ns, but never notion' like thet.'
J We must hov lost the trail a dozen times.
"Onct Lem says, scart like: 'Tom,
'spo^e he's got home?'
"Tween me an' you I hod doubts, but
gays I: 'Yes, sure.'
"Ril ke* j ! S'inore water. Thank'ee!
: My l>est resp*H'ts, Btranger!
I "Well, ?ir, th' junior warn't at home,
j?-st as 1 thought. Makes mc shudder to
this present minute to ree'leet th' CUMS
wonls thet Lem let KO on. An' Bome>
inw-you've hod a light blow out on ya
Rhen tber was no wind sTar's you could
Bee?-wime way 'Lcm shut oil swearin'.
He ain't swore sem e. All of a tuiddent
; he jest stoj t an' looked at me insane
"'Now Lem,' says I, 'dont give up
thet way. Tie "junierV all right. He's
only olf'n th* trail, an' we'll go burk un'
"Never was a more hoi piesse r niau
than Lem. He follered me out into
camp, dazed, an' as 1 calle I th' b rye an'
tole 'bout 'til' kid' lost upon th' mouilt'll,
bc never spoke. Ibu we all know'd how
he felt. Wo K''t Up a crowd right quick
-nobody were 'fruid of tlie'. snow-stores
when they heerd the kid was in 't-'Inuit
twenty on us, ole Lum fulleriu' 'round
; like a dumb animal. As wi: started ofT
' some feller spoke up an' say-: Le's take
a rope; p'ihaps be'a fallen into a shaft.'
**I.eni inst groaned au' said no moro.
"S ij i I. No. we eau go up for the Dwi
Roost lay-OUt 'fiie lias, an' ! am i tbinkin,
BO,* to brace up Lom. Tain't no use
tebin' how we struggled an' ftottnder'd
all 'long that trail, clear from the gulch
to thc R'iost, and nary a sign of th" kid
Then some otu- sayn: 'May be he slipped
the trail and walked into the Heb's Fire
shaft.' Wow you bet wc warn't long in
makin' tracks Iber*. Not more'n twenty
yards off'n the trail wo nigh stumbled
Into the round, gnpin' bole. Thor' warn't
no trail, an' 'fther had been tho snow'd
wiped it out.
"All this time olo I>?m war gettin*
wilt tor'n weaker. Say? be: 'Toni, boiler
14 'Twarn't no good, though, not hm'
but tb' echo come Imck to us.
"'Tom,' Hays bo again, puttin' his
hand upon my shoulder, jest like thet,
'Toni,'says he, 'can you prayf
"The tears was in bis eyea an' I
know'd l^ont Sanderson's BOUI hod some
how como hack to him. Now, I ain't no
pray in' man, but it sci med like as if tho
whole Ibbie come to ino in a flash.
144 'Fyou can, an* it ain't aakin' too
much, Tom,' says be, bis voice sbakin',
'pray th' "junior" ain't dead, an' ask th'
L>-o-rd to Bond him to us.'
"Every man took bis bat ofT'n thet
snow Ktorin an' fell on bis knees with
mo nod I>-ni Sanderson. They arn't
any of 'cm church-goin' men, mor'n us,
but somehow when wo onct got a send
off wc told the Ix?rd's pray'r as it ain't
ofn told, an' as we como to 'amen' ole
Lem kept right on, an' says he: 'Ob,
Lord, if you only give us back th*
"jnnier" never will wo take Thy nanie'n
vain, an' oh, Lord, if-'
" 'What's thet?" said Lom, Jumpln' to
his feet; 'I boord tb' "junior's" voice.
Th' shaft, boy's; he's in th' shaft;' an'
with thet if ole Lem didn't pooty nigh
go crazy an' jump into tb' hole. Away
went th' Ixiys up to tb' Owl Roost, I/om
an' all of us, fur tb' win'iass an' rope
an' bucket. Now, Htrnnger, it warn't no
loatin' job gettin' that outfit down to th'
Hell's Fire an' puttin'it up. Lom fit litro
a badger togo down in th' Suckot. but
bc was too seary, HO WO sent down Jim
Clancy. As the bucket fell nigh tho
hunderd-foot lino we heored Jim holler
'Easy.' Then wc dropped him same as
if ho was 'lighten' on a nest of egge.
Pooty soon como, Just so wo could he*v
it, 'Hoist away,' an' not nioro'n iw?
minutes by thc watch olo Lem waa htig
th' 'junior' Kamo aa no kid waa ever
"Not a scratch! Strangest thing 'sever
happened in camp. Tb' 'junicr' hod
fallen a hundred an' ton foot by tb' tape,
an' never turned a hair. You soo,
pooty soon after wc loft tb' Hell's Fire
in the fall, Frank M< Larkey lost a
burro, and thc darned fool hed walked
right into thet shaft at night Homctime.
Top of th' ole carcass tb' snow-bcd
sifted in-five or six foot of it- -an' when
th' 'junior' fell th' angil? he'd inado the
'qtiaintnnce of unl>cknown-d to olo Lem
jest kinder took caro thet ho didn't bit
tb' sido of th' shaft, an' bo never burt
bKnself. When ho got tired bollerin' hs
went to sleep, an* thut's" th' way Jun
Chine; found him-dead 'sleep. Now
bow il'you 'spose olo Loin heard th'
.Junior's' voice when bc warn't s?n-akin7
Tiier ain't no man'n th' camp c'u.inswer
thet, nu* it's troubled em all a heap,
'xeepl Lcm, an' li? .says now it waa the
Lord ftnsWer'ii bis prayer. It'.s ne
cliff* renee, pt'rtl kept bis word. II?
nin't Sworn none since, an' ho ca?? <o.~te
Bible with anybody.
"Churchy Ye:?, sir; Lem's our preacher.
"My respecta, stranger; 'member mt
to Lem."-Cowen in Chicago Nowa.
UKED AND EVI
visited our] store during tho pas
?s, to be Undoubtedly thu larges
necessity han RIWH
ist varied house in
ip to tho market
"?rst groat To those
ovo board rall for n
Those goods aro in all the newost
1 ahudes nnd|jC'annot posibly be
matched elsewhere ut these prices'
A full lim' of liMilioi and ens
I under vest Cheap, medium and lino
Ou rumens unluundred shirts* 40|
lets OH and O? ets take tho euko
Thu ??est 1.00 Buick Kid (Hove
I in the Union
Tho best50and "?$ els Colored kid!
I gloves ever known.
The best - ') 50 7? 1.00 corset ever
Q IVE IP .A.3ST
Our stock is n
With everything usually found
although WO usc but few simple w<
wo tire offering great bnrgninsto<
per Street. You can savejnoneyj
Wc arr ii mir building noil have
qucntly, our euatomera get tl?< bcnellti
itemetntior- Wo pay iheihlghost prie
Will not lu- ?it Laurens, but tin
; nt is A. -fuill and c
Family and Fa
r?iul everything that is needed v
in a First Class Store, which wi
Liberal pri?es paid for Hides
Look for the sign of the Hi;j;
J. H. C
ITO OUR Cl
<)n account of thc extremo hit
ulled demands that have Leen mnd
CREAT NEED OF M
Although all our papers niaturi
of tho fact that you con not moot th
Help from every Friend and Customer
Which mature on Oct. 1st., lind thu
in a condition to act the part of a fi
want assistance in the future.
Behoving tba' you will proper
what you can without further delnj
GRAY & i
A T LAU Ii
. Q!R,-A/Sr. ?SU 31 x. :
P S Just redcived, largo lor of Itj
1 have tried this game in days go;
A. NEW DE
[ leave this week for Now York
FANG Y DRY "QI
Moral-- These goods w
depressioa and will be
cheaper than anybody
ANO WILL BE SOL
At thfi Kraporiti
YT. H. OIL:
"A customer don't vrnnt h
goods he wants, at your pric<
give sat iafaction " Well, wheo
gain, he will cull again, ?>n?l 1 w
..ro?ais at Iis low plin s as they Cl
t two week*, pronounce
it, finest ami Host Assorted over
ly* been our motto. Tho host possibh
tho South to beat our price**! wo oar
sime we have been her*', but wo cnn
it* not at the people's expentes, why
price Int of our stock, consequent y '
who have no faith in nu advertisom
my goods at the'prices named and t li
BI iOE8,*811 OES, SHOKS.
A full line of Misses and children
shoes from 23 ets up to the l>est
I land Outdo goods.
Our lii.Uii Ladies kid und goat Hut
ton boots might be matched for 2.30
Our $2.75 Ladies Crimp toe French
kid Hutton Hoots are worth ? 1.00
Our Solid lines ot' Ladies Shoos
from 7? ets to 2.50, cannot be match?
o I elsewhere for tin- prices.
425 Hairs Ladies grinned Goat
and Veil Calf shoes worth 1.23 now
thrown on tito Counters at 50 etsi
Y . -_. 3
ow Complete !
tn fl first-class Grocery Store and '
??rd*, it i< nevertheless true that
cash buyers, at our store on nar
in- giving us H trial.
no renl to tux on to our profits, conso* :
if this ?itvantage.
o for country produce ami our place i* j
o :p JP o I
NS S. C.
i* next biggest tliino; will !?<>.
?ornrplet,? lin? o?
ii the Kitchen and usually kept !
ll bc sold :?t a very small profit
i and country produce.
poper & Co.
onuss of the Full, ami tho impur
0 upon us fur advenues, we ?ire in
ONEY AT PRESEN .
1 on October 1<L, we are conscious
en in full by that date, but n little
will enable us to meet our ohliiations
? protect our credit, und keep un
.fend in nee l to those who may
ly appreciate our condition and do
Von rs truly
ENS. S. C.
IV-A-lsT ?Sc OI?.A.Y
e. Hurley, Outs, Bugging A Ties
ne bye und nt present will try it in
to select a Full and Winter Stock
rill be bought since the
i bought 26 per cent
else has boug t then)
m i?f Fashion.
K E a S 0 H
ut little money to buy all the
is. And your goods always
I sell a customer a good bar
in determined to ofter all my
tn be Sought this side of N. Y.
shown und or one roof in Laur
? vah?o.? for tho lowest posslblo pri<
o not what they claim. Some people
i't help K. Wo are determined to ll
then at ours. It would taken whole
kVO will name only a few ami ask win
cut we will say, call on UH an I bring
ey will bo promptly shown.
Mens good Solid Kasey Comfor
table shot's in Congress Button A
Balmorals at 1.20 LOO 2.00 2.2ft and
810 Bair (lents Congress Gaiters
worth 1.70 thrown on tho flour at
99 ct S
Our :t.r?r? (lents Hand sewed Calf
shoe won bl be cheap at 10.00
Our $0 00 (lents Hand Sewed
French Calf Shoes in Congross B t
ton * Balmorals are guaranteed to
wear with any *7.00 Shoe in town!
LAU FL E
"Tl e boy stood on th
So they say ; but who
Have a choice line of Dry Goods,
at prices wb
EARTHQUAKE COULD NOT
The mighty "Shake" w
AND THE BOTT?
Then we made our purchases, and bl
upon the water and Moating bargain.?
competitors, at our new store. We f
ed to build up a trade, if fair dealing
can accomplish this result.
We have no Second-hand or Shelf-1
ANO OF THE LA
In Millinery O
. ? :?: ?un . nial's m u ni..ek
CHOICE KAMI I,
GEO. B. AN
I beg leave to inform my friends
hand a full line of OROCERIK8, wi
My goods have been bought cbc
ble profits. All cash purchasers wi
before buying elsewhere.
Hi pounds Best Granulated Sugn
1 3 pounds Starch for.
hais of Soup for.
'jo plugs of Tobacco for.
50 pounds of Flour for.
125 l?o.\es of Matches
AT GEO. B. AI
Trie Mightv O
. - AR
Hailed with UnboundedKnthttsiai
march as the
Great and Orij
The Mighty Bu b of the people t
.Tells thc Tale o? our snc
Thousand of people have exainini
RICH, RA *E J
Everything in the line of Dry Got
Clothing Ac bas been marked to mee
-Hr . JRemei
We are the Largest Wholesale ami
and bell ve in doing a large
On a Small 1
We request special attention to OUI
ting shoes only $2.00. The James M
Shoe and Minter und Jamieson's ?2..'
We haven Full line and Will Sell i
Minter A Jamieson's Furniture Bal
bebest Furniture CHEAPEST,
Just think of it: All Walnut Suit,
mly ?J9.*,(?; worth in market 180.00.
Neat Bel Furniture IO pieces for o
Hears. I). A.Davis, T. ll Nelson. 1* ;
Yilke* ure with us and will bo pl
Very Handsome Walnut Marble to
Mohair Blush Barlor Suit, Walnut i
Bookers, with Carpet went and bael
Neat set Chairs for only %'* 7.r>
Ve dellvei go d on GLAS und Or
Bolite attention given to all. Con ve
MINTER Ss J
Leaders of L
.os. Wc challenge any
say we have ruined thc
nakc Laurens a lively
newspaper to pivo 11
it you think of them,
this along with you and
(iood Solid ?regans f
Full line of Best Calf R . ?
to 2.01? >t pair
Boys Beots from 7.1 rtf
All good things have t
Tho Augusta, Cash,
not excepted. Consequnt
tion tho people ngnlnlt
uro continually trying t
thom int'? huying up?
worthless goods nt the sn
wo ask for real first elm
Remonihor tho place.
N S, S O
Le Burning Deck!"
cares, so long ns
Notions, Millinery and Shoos
it lt tho
SHAKE ANY LOWER,
as felt in New York,
rc wc aro to-day "casting oread
; down the river in advance of all
ire young mon and arc tlctorntin
A-honest poods nt lowest prices,
norn Moods, but everything New!
- o o eis -we ctr?
I.HiirciiH, S. ('.
5, S. C.
nn<l customers that I have Oil
deli 1 will soil nt
<e, will sell cm the shortest possl
11 do well to cull for my prices
f?i ONE Dollar.
n along the line of their victorious
ti otir Mamoth Kstnhllshinent
cessiul Cash Business. .
.d our Stock und pronounce it
sis Notions Hoots .Shoes,' Hats
t tho short crop and Scarcity of
i Reptil dealers lu thc up country
r Ladles Hand Made Gloves Fit
euus ffj.00 shoe, M A Pucard $2.1??
,<> Shoe-Kvery pair Warranted,
cheaper than the Cheapest.
to e ls (he pince wnero you cnn buy
IO pieces, one-fowrth marble, for
nly *ir, oe
< Mccord, j. it, O'Dell and K. ii
eased to aee their friends and
p suit, (en pIocoN. for only $45.00.
(ramo, for on iv aloe.
for only |1.7G.
eenvillo Railroad free of charge,
nient Stalls In rear of Store for