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( >\\ i Hg to 1?: . sil d i C.'OpS
mers prices, so wo have tl<
cd ??I in '.i Kw we?.*ks. "i
w . i : 11 holies g< '. ?tis .'.I | 'i ices
Ooo I, '..'-1 and IM Shcting ! 7 J els .
Bleached ur brown White < 'oun
t er punes Marvellous vuluosj nt To
?fl.UU il.- > uiul every grade you ..au
Wim." Blankets, a Manufact
ures lin? slightly soiled bought at
f>U et- OH tito dollar Womb r.'ul
bargain- in titi- lot. j
A Stock ol' C'asslniers jeunes
Cotton flannels, While fl tnnols,
Ked flannel -, Twill flunnel . (Main !
Hannels, ut customers own prices, j
on't buy lianne! or anything in '
JL u a u ?
Idly tho loosely clnsji .1 hands (lung above
Still on tho pillow tho MI: ii: rvl... head,
Plenty to pity, but :i>> ono tb love !i r.
lt were JW well tli<-n. |>orhaps, were
Like waves that havesuddenly ? eav.i hi ile ir
Like tho bright glory of buniWiol urown
Tho great eves havo forever finid) I th ir
That once wero BO wondrous, vvitchiugly
Lifelessly lovely, she hes in her Finning,
Oho of thoso" >l iel- r hands deadened the
Fearless M..> fought f.>r a worthies!
Daringly desperate sought then h tr shame.
Judgo if you dare, with disdainful compas
Flung fn rn your untempted li ghts so so?
No in? thel i.o.irt in her girl lifo to fashion.
Mn (no:lior-lovo there lo eoinf< rt nil I '-ur.-.
Passionless, perfect-a picture pain-painted!
T<> lu-r no stronger hand de lobed out to
Wild with tho woe of her world maddened
- taint- I!
Prayerless "lie /ees to her iles do grave.
- Hertha Pierio in Philadelphia Press,
A PANTHER'S LEA3 Or DEATH.
Fito Hunter?, in Imii.i ca t Juki About
?is MIK li I un iii 1 lo y Want,
Thc panther was half canterin r. half
bounding toward the friondiy dud ter
winch be had marked, and rapidly shak
ing oil his stiffness and increasing his
distunco from us, Wo all turn d lo
Yussuf, who was a perfect picture at bo
a it with his spear hold high in tho air
on his half-rearing horse, whoso eyes
* park led with tho sumo excitement a*
I i i.-t maxtor's. Tho panther had got be
tween llOO and lon yards' start, when
Yussuf shouted "Hide!" Wo sat down
to our work au 1 toro in puriuit.
As ive expected, Mackinnon and Vin
puf quickly shot ahead: but tho stride of
the Wah r gave the latter the advantage,
.and beside bo was rather on tho right,
the side toward wlPeii the panther was
bending, and bad thus less ground to go
over. Johnson was a bn 1 thad; but bis
cool and experience I eve bad marked
tho panther's probable line, and bis lino
horsemanship enabled him to save every
incl of ginini and would probably
bring lam np at the critical moment. Thc
rest of ns could only say that wo had an
excellent view of tho chaso as wo toiled
in tito rear.
Mackinnon, willi bis Bponr roany for
the thrust, was rapidly gaining on the
panther, who looked over bis shoulder
and seemed to calculate whether be
could cover tho half milo which lay be
tween bim and safety before tho thun
dering hoofs behind bim should be
alongside. All at once bo stopp -<i m his
gallop and crouched, almost facing his
pursuer, with bristles erect and glaring
oyes, Tho Willer's heart failed him when
he found himself face to fae" with the
defiant beast. The hors" shied to ono
Bide, crossed his legs and made ono tre
mendous stumble onto bis nose. Mackin
non, who had been leaning forward with
poised spear, was thrown Oil to his
horse's ears. The p lather's spring was
delivered and 1 felt my heart sink. Sud
denly-could I bel ?OVO my eye." I could
have sword that there was no one on the
plain a moment before--Ibero was a na
tl ve at Mackinnon's horse's head, winn ?
ready hand on tho bridlo bad saved tho
Waler from falling. Tho pantin r's
?pring had missed in consequence, and
the lad managed to regain his seat.
Ytissuf's ready spear passed through the
Spotted body as be shot past, and a min
ute afterwards Johnson gave tho coup
ile grace,--Blackwood's Magazine.
Sim dust tor lllldlllllg.
Tho cost of obtaining straw for stabling
purposes long ago led horsemen to adopt
sawdust for bedding in the city stables.
It is the article now in general use and
nnswers the purpose BO well that any
Attempt to displace it lias proved futile,
lvcccntly there have been considerable
Importations of peat moss from Holland,
which ft has been nought to introduce
hero as a substituto for sawdust bedding.
The moss conics in small pieces, Ibo si/.e
of a man's band, is soft and spongy and
full iff fertilizing material Which makes
it valuable as a munill'0 after it has left
thc stable. In spite of these (piailles
horsemen have not taken a liking lo it,
and sawdust is still the favorite with tho
stablemen. - New York Tnt.une.
Utlllxliig ttio SI I.,|IS.
"Monkey hash" is the name given to a
preparation made up of tho scraps of
beef, pork, mutton and fish lett over
and uneaten by tho gue-.!* at meals.
All thefts leavings are scraped together,
put in a pot, which is placed inside of
an oven, ami served up to ile-wailers
under thc n.itno of "roust beef " Some
of the hotels herc in St. Louis feed their
waiters on monkey hash, and I loll you
it 1.1 kc? a cast iron Stomach tO stand
inttcli of it.- Waiter in OIobe-DcmO?
O TUT Un]
. ? ea mot ili-p i> ?I ol our maui:
TUI?IHI to tail t '.'.' iu down so tl
.st Coiu(j I "irst Served1' is our
suit yourselves call o nly fori;
OOynrd < ?Kt ' ." <?!>
lils line until you have se thi-i
SVe defy any house in I,aureus
? -di ?\v batter v.i|ue>.? titan wv tin?
lleriug in tlii- Department,
i >ur. Dinck Cu.?hl ? rs from
? I linell wide ai :.'.'? J? IO GO 0"? j
?oots a varris lia- never been
CO I it) H Kl) DD KStf ( J OODS.
I .Ot lo yar ?- < 'aldo Twills ami Dru
adod al OJ sold els '\vlu re at io and
.Jj et s
[ DtHiji Cash mei's all the newest
hades 16 cents.
I G.o.) yard Ca-inners ?10 to 11 ?nedi
. do at > I ; and GO <-ii. 1
T .A. O
SPEI ! \L REPORTERS REPORT
Tho Hows la Full From Evcrr Quarter.
laying and Doings ?ii UK Cou n ty - al-1 ar^c
I ! I A I .S.
Til cotton in ai Ihme I ?ri "I* III: A nv I:II?
i i-i i: by Bri ckcurlduc - ?mo Dine iiirn
it Si :n . ls lucoi't'cel as I > Hiero not belli}*
anyone ul K?uiiluin I nu null loleiy. We
r linbly inforiiod that thc parties
were ottered within an < - ? _: : i. <.i the
O r??i) vi Ile i il ?i v!< et, and not feeling <".i
p?s .! 111 lt, Carried it hollie infill n.
'?'ii . loany fri lid s rif Anni I . il. le
II iiltlis will Ive ; .??ii .1 to learn ol' 1e r
. nt h w hi li ois ii ! i ' 'I ut INIWI rou tie- I'2,
in-t. sie- \vu> in her 7''lrd yeitr and hud
been ultu ?st ?in Invalid for ninny ysiirs;
It has r lilied a! la-: in I w lu at sowlnji
i- lift ordi r "I' Ile day.
M r. V. \. Wii'.l . ?is sp . ?.: .1 O 'juit.V? luid
ipi itt' a r< sp?etal ! ? --.I -v.|itl,Vj elOsrny
Ott i llUirtirti'i?s, e VtisiKtlllir <if st'ick aie!
eat11< l'or \| . ' ir iv iind I .'il- rsoh of
N. vy liiirinony Church v iii .soon h.
under way ot repairs, it wa- lot to tjo
lowed '.. '? : roil I hil 201 h in t. .1. A. i'.II I -
? leti i. i?)..' t tsiutriiefor.
i hi tho Uiirht of the pith. 111 -i. lihou I
dusk, :n t!ie train was emilio? fr-ini
OreehViUo', JOS' H (tor. pa ss bi jr (hit |*r ...
Is.-sof Mr. lt. Ito brera .. ?II.ie- ho?
tr m throjvinii shines into the passim;
eo n.> In ? li ? rai lr . i I authorities publish;
isl a r - \ ?ir I ".' $.Vl tor t;"' appia lienstoii
of the ovil ib?or with soiOI'donl proof io
csjUvh I Min. ? ?a tie- inortilt)'^ .>!' ;),.? !
Slr. .'. W. Kellett roi oil tra ile nf
l'en 1er an I \Veio li 'lor',' Trial -lo ai.
V'.'. li Si 1 dd il rd ?'Mild Ital a warrin; i
-.. .i for pile \ylll (Ililli in I. ?. M. boy
livimron Mr. I!. \\\ !:..": rs' ? : i<-0, and
wit !i a iiu ni ber of i?t Ocr !itlein"0 won't
in pt| . lil nf lt:i. !i . - ? ::>._' t "i ap
proach I ii tr and wit Inuit any warning tool:
t i Ni- he? ls to CM 'tip . i le piirsu' I
bini forsovoriil hoursthrotiirh thc \o0ib
?in ' nvainps, fimii.v Mr. Jack I.'Iii-:.
V. ; !'. al .'ie ?il tile WU .1- -! ?pplllg t"
rest, noticed William comini'hi tie? di
rection towards wier le was - it ? I ll.: al
full .I. When Lollis crutghl l im In
?sk" I aim Vt* litll la- wis r : 111111 : : -_r from,
mid W|llhtul Confessed tlie erlme With
out further eorCnioiiy. The chasers t lien
took Iii-,: lo Mr. I.ollise's l'or saf? keep
ing until morning, Mr. 1.011 i se put
liiln np stairs In th:'nurrel ?a lib. house
to spend ile- II i-riii. < rn He- NI or iliut' fol?
loxvintr, While Mr. l.nllise was ar in his
|..i t'. " lin r nil mt .1 iy-breiik, William
mad" his ? ?? ?ape from w ?n i w\, ilia?
kl il tr. a leap ol'*Jj foot. Sj Wilt .am i
-I ill a! lu -. . It ix said th il le- has I.n
for so;,i.- (line pinehill .'i'-l.s, rooks anil
old . whieli v. ore left tilon^ t lie
roiul when lt was I ?ti ile. upon tho track
t .. - i . I (ie cutline knock i lem oil' win II ; I
eauu^tiloUK. Ills father is M eon viet at
tin. tim" in lin- St it . P? n it '-ni ?a ry. W i 11
nu trill lo pay bis fatli .. n visit and also
learn a Irado.
The h..: supper niven by the I,udles
Ahl Soejeiy ol tue Baptist Church ol'
I his place, tn say iii" least was a ^rand
stiecess. Tile pi.ils amounted loflMI.
M arri, il lit I le- ri ddtU.I the brides
rather, on Nov. ..th. hy Hov. NV. Soy
.:-. Mr. I', ii. Lockwood to Miss Min
nie SIn?blcu of this<'minty. The brid?s
amids ?md irroonistneii were Mr. .Im- !..
fin vb anil \iis> Annie WU lain Mn J. i'.
'rims iiml Viiss Mamie I'lchanlsou; thc
i ipjiy couple hiivn our best wishes tor
i long and happy Uf?,
Miss W.i he Wilbur of this place ? '
isitint; friends md relatives al Ninety
This ;.! 11 his had SOI1IC i>f th" prci
?est yuiuij* ladles visllin^ here for Ibo
> :-' week i h u (ho country alfords.
'. ?sui I be nuiiiliiir were Misse? A mile
?el Lidi? Budd, I. ai Hid. Kiln I'M ll. r,
ji l...-. Hid. .-Hol Miss Ll///.I? Oavell
orl of if mb l'oint. Wc an- always
leased i" sen such eh.irniiuvcyoniin I i
jes in our ?ni.Kt lind hopn il 'Aili not bo
n iv liCforn we will lui vc tho pleasure of
.ii . i ir I ie ir pr i'.y faeCs ?er da.
.\ I! Of l':. yoll Of! as weil a? Hie nhl pOOJ
I-, oi this iou II ?ne looking forward
itii ? i-f (ivjU'Cl linn for (he "Jud of
c vi hen ibero will he one ol the
.ami. >; pis : ?I-manees ever tflvoil in
'uteri <o. by i he Troy Social i bib for
a- benefit oi' t he Presbyterian Church
'ibis place li w ll he well l'Or nil NS le.
ive liol heard .. Ten Night? in a Dar
iijni" neted, to (stine, an ii i< a tiling
lat Will he elli <y>\ by a'1.
'? ie citizens of ibl.s place hehl a nioot
.i in Andorson H Hall ono dav last
aok n r thc pilrposi ot HiipprosMlnjc thc
.ic.li ., '.loll i sale of Rplrlltiouii lirpioiv
til?n town? <|.tilto a largo crowd Of
(ties t urned ott! uni I. n'. t hoir nhl in
V \ 4 RS ? !
A ..riv v i rxV ^,
not li stock ??! Dr\ Goods nt foi'
litlt tllO OU ?l'C ?:?i will .' . dispos
motto ?uni wo Pay to .-iii ii you
un <. aili?. Wt* ?uv i let (frill lu eil to
0.000yardsbest. Calico ? els
1.0**0 yard-* French Tricots ami i
Klan nels i \ yard:* wide other houses
brag <m t ho*?e terrible ut 4*1.2*) our
price .>!.'* '.
ri.' l.VKS ri.<>.\ ;<s.
!, i\ of Iii ;h url would go wild
over our ?tock of liiere choice und
elegant goods. Now Markets from
$0.00 to ?flo.OO.
.1 !?.'<?>ts and Shorl Wraps from
t<> fl2.00 i:t till the newest
design - etc
Jersey ll . clo und As-trakon
J ticket -an i ntlre ?-.ir iotid
12.0 ? yards Princes Surged?50inch
wide nt* 10 els.
trying t-> eli eek tho monster. The lui . t
lug was organized hy tl.lection ol
Kev. I! W. Seymour as l'haii mau, ami
J, I) Wharton, Secretary and Trcnsttr
er. A committee ol' live was appointe?!
In tirait lt vdu ws foi" Hie fini., Sllrrhig
speeches were uiiule l?v sevCrnl t?f those
presenI itiitl .-.ll kt - ni' >! ?!. 'ti ruilni d t"
uso i vor,\ ni' - in- in ih' ir i o Wt r lo sup
press the evil. The uU'eiing adjourned
to luci t "ii Saturday i ho -~| h.
Mr. W; lb Alel?is ?II of Ninety Six,
?pent ti lett lay-wi h In - lal In i 'al ihi
i'la, t- last week.
\t i .. h. \v. Anderson is v?sltlii? her
daughter, Mrs, hr. Marlin at Laurens.
.: .. lt. \V. Seymour gave unite au iii
tt re Ung had II rt' In the Sit thodUt
Oh ure h herc hist Week, oil the evils nf
intemperance. IL pictured lo his aa
tliet'C' the evils' ol' strong drink, mid
iiiitil? smile al ! ? ami appropriate illustra
lions ol'the use ??r ratle r disuse of In
toxicating li'pi irs. Ile dismissed hi
amlienee hy I? se tching Ihe young men
to shutl tho cursed monster and prayed
ilia' non ' w Int In a:'! him w nil I Till in
i ho tempi i s hands.
Wai ri i > has a yt ?ii ii g mini who says
that lie I:'- I ici i. v% :-: : 111 LT for Ute last
Jo y- irs I'ir som'.> pretty yoii'U'4 lady in
ask lum t . intirry her, hui luis conto I i
the conclusion thal sin- w .nt emmi
worth ti eent, mid thai lu will now give
them all wa i'll i ll il th it !". ls ..M lite war
path and that I hey I ll tl s I lool< out .
TUM ll 1.1 Nil SHOALS.
I touts intended l'of las! week.
W iout sowing is uov\ t he order ol' Ucl
t ?.!..'.ii liiehis iiliu -i (?are, abd
debi . m '! bali' paid yet.
('upt..f. lt. Humber) w. s i :?.?.!?. : Pres
?ilt'iii the Pori it ?yal ami (?reeiiville
.v?. * .. I !. lt. al a recent II it et lin: til Nine
ty Sis, Thisisit d< rve.l compliment
i ellie dist burnished ./ ul leiita li.
Dr. e. . li, Sniilli lo >U Itt ? Ile tl ?'..
A- aniiou.il hy th" stylish cartis
"I il|\ i!::! em Mneltv tie- I ."lt ll w i- the
until itnnivers.ir; ol'thc hirth ol' Dr. .L S.
\\"..til". A large crow I ol' (he Doctor's
friends assembled al bis ros I lenee nu
that dav. Di tor ? i- serve ' al f> I'. M.,
?utl was ono ol' t h >-.. e ilinary feasts fo i
which Sirs. W. i- fi.H- The yoting
people enjoyed themselves nulli a lalo
hour tipping the "light t'antaslie." Tho
music for tin.i-asion ? :i t furnished h'v
(ho Doctor's I'riemls under Hie leader
-bip of iii-it PH ii.f Violinists,AV. ('.
Hill. MIN tho '"'.. >l Doi-lor uve IM I ie
joy many ii,or-: sm-h anniversaries.
Miss Marv l?arLngtoii, who has boon
spending sonic lime willi lier lath- r's
failli ly al lilli 0 I. io i.i, loft us this week
for in r homo in t 'oluuibbi.
Miss Anna MabaOey, a former pupil
of the Lau nun Female ('nllogo, has II
beautiful col bsd hui of paintings, un 1 ex
hibits a decid? 'I i ab ut in I hal line.
To tb" citizens ni' Laurens mid
surrounding conni ry :
I lill?"t' iv- opened my i hop for the
repair ol' Watches, < 'locks mid Jeu -
"Irv. Thanking my friends for pat
ronage? iii the past, I respectfully
solicit ?i continuance of the sumo,
I A ru ENS, S. i .
M AC I N ? R Y . J
(Titler M TL LS
SU A FT IM J
I L ELI VS
Pip ' & Pill lng
I N I Et IO KS
lint ss mid Iron
A Full Stock ol Sup; Iii-*, chi ap and goo).
BELTING. PA< KINO and OIL.
At BOTTOM PRICES
ASI? IN STOCK ron
*#-Iii:i AI HS PROMPTLY DONK..44
Foundry, Machine and I? tiler
Works, AUG* STA, GA.
AlbVi; PA SSE NO KR DEPOT
eel in tlie 3
IO I la k's chock ''>,' ?'ts Fruit
I .tulles anil MIMI** Uiulerve.sts a
big Stuck every (.'once! vablu equal-1
itv and pri?e.
A full Uno of ( 'orsol - :ill tho load
Ingtuakc and al lower prier- than
you ca" lind elsewhere?
SHOKS, SHOKS, SHOKS.
Thc largest and lines! stock over
shown by atty ono housu in this scc-|
lion ofSuuth Carolina. Timo and
space will no! allow us to emmie
rato thc numer?is advantages wi
a is olio ri ng,
3 O JVE JP J^.
?J Our stock is i
With everything usually um ni
all hough wo uso but few simple v
I wc arc odoring grout bargains ti
per Street. N on t un save money
FWc urti in om- ownhuihling hnvi
' 'int'iitIv, our customers iret thu bciioll
Itomcmlicr We poy tito highest pei
B A E IT U li
W il! im! le- ai Laurens, bul tl
iltai ?s A T?a ll a. nd c
Family EL VI ci F
: ml i'von Illing ihixi is ivetled i
in a I'i rsl Class Store, which \\
I .literal io Ices i .>.-*;< I for ! ? ? -1 * - ?
Lo Ai ihv %? of ,M?
J B C
TO or IHM
lin iiccou ul of the ext reine lat
:i!!i"i d >maiids tbnl have bei II mail
QHEAT NEED OF M
Although ;?ll nur papers inatiiri
nf (lie fuel (bal you c innol meei il.
?k ip from every friend ami Customer
Which mill ii rc mi Oel. l-t.. ami thu
?ti a condition tn act thc part nf a fl
v. an assistance in the future,
llclicviiiK ilii vim will proper
what you can without fu ri her delny.
IR AY & ?
OKE^-A-Y. ?LJ LL]
1? S .iii-t redeived, larg.- lor of lt.\
Tho ?uno. ns- x?.u k ofdrv (rood? Notion
il IK posed of lu a \ orv short limo. I 'onie i.
to \ mi and Hie iiO'eetlonnie words wo will
hole in your pockets, thereby gain m.ss
WE ARB *DISP
On aili after this
L'? ( Inal.- at 7(1 et- \\ nilli +1 .*_'".
22 " " 1.25 " A.'.'-'?c
IT " .' +0.1111 ? $0.50
IT Neu Machet- nt $0.75 worth W
|s \<\\ M arl, et at $5.50 Wort It'd
I I < iietilar- at $7,00 timi $10.00
vorih $10.50 and $20.00 2"
fft Sliorl wraps 15,00 and $9.00
rori?l $18.00 and $20.00. Ci
20 Walking Jackets al $?1.50 und
!> Walking Jackets, #2.25 ami $3.75
:!?.? Jersey " $1.05 " $1.20
21 " " $1.20 " $2,50
Dress Goori* ?ii i ctn Worth OJ ct*
" '. " I - ' els worth 22.11
da ?in nt 7 els worth 10 els Bi
Al Tlio Knipo
W. H. (J I L 3
ld tl?e cn tiro lot sVule, regnivlleirs
I'ompctitors, wv muli have money mn
1 orin;; to WO.S TMlO
luis already astonished iii?' Nultvi
lum tho lowest. To ?how you that wi
. of tho lonni I Mooch i tig ?'., ets W
1 ii t iii - Uno of goods apo ?live
saving ol' from J? otsto $1.00 a
pair guaranteed on every i>:i?r of
shoes bought of ti- Zeiglor Hand
Made 1.1 Hes I? itton Hoots in Kiti
arc goat l'htiii und Crimp too ai
Our solid line of Ladle.' Laeed
.S'lioes at 7ft $1.00 il.2? $l.?l) to $2.01)
Hie host values ever placed before
ttl) ? pair Ladies Kid Polkas al
2 >.. pair Ladies Hotton Hoots
IST "T*r -
low Complete !
I ina flrst-ehi" . fi roi -ory Store anti
lords, it ls never tholess I rue thai
i cash huyo,--, at our -lore on liar
by giving us ii t rial.
ino rent to tax on t<> our profits, eonse
tof (Iiis nd .?otage.
co for country produce and our place IH
"KI o p p e 1
: N s s. ( ?.
n- iioxl biggest th i nu' will lie
complete line of
n thc K it elton anti usually kopi
il! be sold ?ot n v?t?r\ small profil
s ami country pr? aluce.
oopor Ss Co.
cness of the Kail, and ilie unpnr
?. upon ii- for Hilvan?os, we aro in
QNEY AT PRESENT.
> on October l-t., we uro conscious
en in full by thal dat>-, luii a little
will enable us lo meei our obligations
- protect ?>ur credit, and koop u
demi in need lo those; who may
ly appreciate our condition and do
FAS, S. C.
?VA IST <Sc
ny-( '? ni r
e, Harley, <lats, Hugging ?V Tics
I TI O IST II
s. Millinery, Hoots and Shoes, must he
i> s. o 11 s w hen in tow n . We will freeze
breathe into ymir car, will uu'lt II
toy? ur lliiance. No lluctuathni lu pri
osED TO SELL
dato tho following1:
Shoo- ni 40 <d and 75 ids do Oft
ts and $l.6ft
Trunks ?it t<?, CO, and tl .00 $2.00
ort h 110, fl.2*i $i?.ft0 and 15.00
Ladies und Misses Hose ft ct's 10
ls 20 els .'.<? ts worth IO eta 20 ids
? cts atul 8ft cts
( 'hildrens .Jackets and I louds at
i to ftft ids
Zephyr Shu w is w on h $j,O0 for
I l ts
Mons Hats al 7ft cts $1.00 -tl."at
ort h .s i ,2ft -S'-.-"? and 8.00
Ladies i lats at -.'.Hs 70 cts jfl.ftO
?2.25 worth ftO cts #1.00 ?2.00 and
This ?s a genuine barga in al tho
I E R S 0 IT .
i ?3 O
of formi r pri?es?, eosl <>r goods
I will give m i" goods logo! it thai
-, hilt Wt! have during tin' pus! wei
. uro in curliest, wo give BOH?O of oui
'umsuttu I-i Wenching 8.J et?
(j?lovc Kid Morroco tip :?< $1.70
Mon Shoes, men <>f sound ?once
and practical Klean why pay high
prices fer Hoots ami Slices while
u r are lighting single and alone
the great hattie of reform and low
prices, solely and entirely in your
behalf, liavc you examined our
Solid lines of men shoes in Hutton
Congress and Hals in every known
stvh-s, and make on every patrol
which we can save your money
L .A. XJ I
"The boy stood on
Si i i hov suv ; but ^
HU VIER &
11 A ve ti choice line nf I ey tim
The mighty "Shake"
AND TIN: BOT'
Then wo made our purchases, uni
u|>i>n the waler and Moating bar gi
competitors, at our new store. V
ni t<> build up ti I ra h', if fair deal
eau accomplish tbi- re.?ult.
Wc have no Sccond-li . i or Sit
AND OF THE 3
In JVE il lin3 r y
Tr? j hi mn A |ij..r- i:. .Mil...-!,,
CIIOICK VA M I
I'LA NT \T1UN sr
GEO. B. A
I beg (eave te ?nf.-nu my frie
ham! ii Hill Une <>i I. Kt ICKR1 KS,
My good? lui've been I? ugh!
hie profit -, A ll cu ?li | ni" luiser!
before buying elsoxi here.
I.". potinils li.-sj ( ?ruimlutcil S
ir? |) um!- Si a rel i for.
">?) I ?tl . I ?f S? M J> f< ? r.
lil) pities of Tobacco for. . . .
.""><. [IOUIHIH of Kloi/r for.
I ._>:> boxen of Maid
AT QEO. 33. I
Haili"! with I lihou ml ni Kaitlin
mareil ns thc
Great and 0:
The Mighty Hu- li of (lie pcoj
. Tells the Talc ol our
Thousand of people ha ve exai
RICH, RA. E
Kverything in the line of I ?ry
?othlng Ac has been marked lo
. '.>'.' . - .HG!)
We are (he Kargest Wholesale
ml bel h i- in doing n large
On a Sinn
Wo request . poeinl attention ti
lng shoes only rJ.?o. |'|u. ,|a,"(
hu . nnd Minter and Jami
Wc have'n l ull lim- ami Will ;
.Mimer.v .Taiiileson's Furniture
chest Furniture Vit NA I'l.s'i
Jlisl (hink of it : All Walnut S
dy *2iU>0} wort h in market *3?.
Neut Bel Furniture 10 j.ieee-, f.
Very linn.?M.me Walnut Marbi
Mohair IMtlsh Parlor Suit, Wal
Rockers, with ( 'nrpol noni ami
Neal et Chairs for only .*._? 7;,
e doll vol go ?I on 1 ; L s nu
Polite attention given lo all. CN
;srs. I). A.Davis, T. Il Nelson,
likes nre With us ami will I
?r tho long Otees of our
any house in this or tho neigh
dropped ten per cent lowqr
star/1 ing ligures.
ami guarantee tho wear nt 9
if 1>>0 $2.00*2.00$3.00 $4.00 and /.r,on
OUR *2.ft0 YELLOW TOP Poo l s
is A BEAUTY.
Before the onw ard nuireh of our
prices Competition in tho largest
cition in the South stands mystified
and umu/.ed and have long since
awarded tts tho pennant of low pri
?es straight toward and honest
With places lowest than the
lowest has hoon tho lever ofour
TSP S, SO
he Burning Deck!"
ho caro-, so long as
-, Notion-, Millinery and Shoes
OT SHAM: ANY LOWER.
aras felt in Ne<T Yokr
Itere wc are to-day "casting bread
i~ dow II the river in advance of all
are young men ami ure dctcrmin
gs,-honest goods at lowest ??rices,
-worn goods, but everything New!
3-oods "W? ELr?
.I.iiurciis, S. ('.
j Y (J BOC ERIES
'Ll I'S CS KN KU ALLY,
Sj S ? C*
- ami customers thal 1 have on
hieb I w ill sell at
w ill sell on the shortest poss!
ill do well to call for my prices
f?i ONE Dollar.
STDERSO 2S1Y S.
ti EL mrTp ions ol
3 11ST TERESTS
n :ih>ii- t ho line of their victorious
Pit I ( ICM
II our Mamolh Establishment
cssful Cash Business, ?
.d our Stock and pronounce it
(ls Notion.- Pool-, Shoe-, lints
t tho short crop ami Scarcity of
Reptil dealers in tho up country
I -adios I land Marlo ( ? loves Fit
?ans J3.00 ?hoe, M A Paeard $2.09
0 Shoe-Every pair Warranted,
hooper than the Cheapest.
tee i- Ibo place wnoro you cnn buy
D pieces, one-fourth maride, for
dy fi;, no
-ult, ten pieces, for only $40.00,
ame, for only 82.60,
for only tl.70.
onvlllo Railroad free of charge
ieht Stalls in rear of Store for
.McCord, J. IL O'Dell and E, II
tsed to see their friends and