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WHITE SLAVERY IN COLONIAL T?ME9
n?Hlotii|ttloii<<rn or Temi Slaves - Fte?
Willora un,I linton tell .Sci vu ll t*.
Many ixnsons who consider themselves
familiar with tho history of lins country I
oro not nwuro that in tho Inst century
WhitO men. women and children were '
held in bondage; that the coloidal laws in i
favor of such servitude were as explicit I
?nd severn ?a were those in support of
negro slavery. Such white persons owing
n l>orsoiial service to individual mostert
were generally known na "torin slaves,"
though their legal statua waa represented
by tho word "redemptioner."
Isaac Weld, Jr., in his bcok of travels !
in Americn, ptlbllslicd in thu last eon- !
tury, asserts that it wan tho custom of j
shipmasters nt ltotterdain and tho I bmw
towns to Inveigle tho people on to their j
Tosaols, under promise of a freo passago ?.
to America. On' reaching tho colonies
nnnouuceincnt of tho arrival of mechanics
and laborers would 1H> made, and persons
tn want of ?neb would flock to the vhips,
and tho poor Germans would l*> sohl to |
tho highest bidders, the captains pocket
ing tho proceeds.
nodomptioncrs constituted in the carly
part of the Eighteenth century a peculiar
feature of colonial anxiety. They were !
nvruitod from among all manner of peo?
plo in tho Old World, and through this '
channel Eurone emptied upon America !
not only the virtuous jmor and Oppressed
of her population, hut the vagrants, ;
felorui and the dn^gs of her communities, j
Thero waa thus established among tho 1
first Bottlers a society that, in many !
pince?, WAS almost imbued with a moral
1>ortiilcneo. Among tho redemptioner*,
lowovor, worn a fair proportion of sturdy
eouls, strong in purpose and endeavor, ;
who appreciated tho grout opportunity
created for them by this complete chango
of lifo and country. At tho expiration of
their term of service many, by thrift and
industry, elevated themselves to respect
able posit ions, und were alxiorbcd in tho
There were two kinds of redemptioners
- "indented nor vants, " who had bound
themselves to their masters for u term of
years previous to leaving tho old coun
try, nnd "freo willem, "who, being with
out money and desirous of emigrating,
agreed with tho captains of shijvs to
allow themselves or their families to bo
sold on nrrival for tho captain's advan
tage, and thus repay c<x?ts of passage and
other exix'ii.M's. The former indented
serranb?-worn often trapped Into their
engagements hy corrupt, agents at home,
who poriHiaded them all under false
promise* of tender and humano treat
ment, and assurances of remuncrallre
employment nt expiration of service,
which would insure1 n competent provi
sion for tho remainder of their days.
The emigrants often discovered on arrival
that tho advantages to bo obtained in j
America had (?on painted by tho n?ontu i
ta much too alluring color?. Froquonthr j
tbotr mAflters forcett thom to mont rigid |
laber, raul exercised au imnc-oensjiry i
Ihn freo willeri SU?T<*red oren woisio
treatment ur tlio hands t>f shipniASteri ?
dru! agenta. Tlmy wero led to believe i
that on arrival in America their icivic.M
wotiLl bo eagerly solicited by persons
wlio would gladly pay tho cost of their
passage?; which Ix-big only ?0, tho oi,ii- .
grau ta would BOOH 1K? al lo to repay, und
thus Recur.' their liberty and all tho cn
Joymmt and prosperity that the new
country offered lo adventurers. Agree
menbi wm? entered into whorah*/ these
dehnlcd ones I . mid thetnsobrco, that if.
on arriraL they did ni* succeed within a
certain mimber of days in securing em
ployment on thwir own term?, they could
he sold for a torin cf yi-nm b> defray tho
?tiargiM for tln-tr paevagen. Alas, the
"free villers." with rare exceptions, had
o rudo awakening on reaching tho col
onie?. Under their agreements the cap
tains lind a legal lien on tho poisons <>(
the emigrants until tho ship charges were
paid; consequently thoy were not allowed
to go on shore, hut were exposed to view
on dock to the people oil conn* board
in search of servant... Except in casi-u
of extraordinary qualifications, very few
Of them wero happy enough to maka
their own stipulations, and they found
the enselves ?old for several years of tisii
ous Ia1x>r nnd servitude,
Tim usual price paid m Pennsylvania
for threo yean' service waa ?21 is. Od.
When his time had expired a mnn wa :
entitled to receive two suits of clothes, a
giuU-in,; boo, a weeding boo and a new
ax. Children sold for from ?8 to ?10,
and their masters were required to sin
that they wore taught to read and write,
and had ?I l.'ar.t one quarter's schooling.
In New Jersey-according to MI<cam?
big nnd Spicer -no white servant, if
?old or Ixmnd niter 17 yours of nge. could
servo nlx>vo four years If under that
.go, tliey wero to Ix? fioo on reaching
tlieir majority. Afc tho expiration of ser
sdee their masters were obliged to supply
them with two go?*! snits of clothing,
auitalJn for a servant, ono good falling
AX, ono good boo nial seven bushels vf
Indian corn. A servant wan tolxi imme
diately f recd In cano of hoing 00 abused
by master or mistress ns to insult in tho
loss of an oyo or a tooth. Tim laws against
alrtbig rodemptionl-.ts to escalio were rory
severe, A lino of ?5 wns Imixved for
offering n-sslstanco In mich cases, and tho
alder and alx?ttor was obliged to make
full sntisfoction to master or mistress for
all loos, damage or cost sustained by tho
aheorico of or search for tho runaway.
Any ono who concealed or entertained nh
.hacondlng redemptioner could lx> lined
nt tho discretion of Ibo court, and tn?
made to pry ten shillings to the owner
for each day ho had harbored tho servant.
In looking back en the peculiarities,
elmngta, nnd gradations of society In
Now Jorsoy'H colonial days, it Ifl curious
to note bow tho well to do emigrants
who brought with them or purchased
ofter arrival redemption servants, often
lout tho prestige of their nfllueneo; l*:ng
unable in tho now country to maintain
their rank influence. Their hutublo SOT
v?tor?, llOWOTer, Inured by ha: i ion and
labor to the stern necessities of colonial
ex latence, prospered and throve Tho
bond people, after serving their timo, ac
quired land and homes by diligence amt
saving; it wo? not uncommon, In tho
second generation, to find thom taking
praondonce of tim children of UKI master
who had owned their time during their
Un* years lr> UM country. Tho aili tient
immigrant, barbi* I** a aoctiMotnod to
ooae, nrovod unequal to the stiugglo, ami
Wi? children, through faulty ami ignorant
education, rapidly deteriorated. - tihlcag*
Tlrnw. _ , .. ..
It ls perfectly well known to phy*
clans Huit ?xcesslvo Cigarette smoking
does do a great deni of bunn, and that a
man may die from carrying tho practico
to an excess. In tito first place, peon?a
who smoko cigarette? do moro smoking
llian tho io who use rignrs nnd pipes. ?
? man la going lo knve his oflico to run (
norona Uio street for a minuto, or ia walk- ?
hig b? take a horse ca' I??1 ? .? ?"* "?ht !
. willi? at ?ny timo, ona is pretty sure- to I
; by always doing i(. 'i hn result is tba! 1
, where a non smoker 'has the lienolit of I
Some fresll ?ir in the lungs whenever ha |
in out of doors, tho cigarette smoke*
takes in air ohtMgcd with uicotbio.
Smokery of cigars and pipes ?lo not, aa
a rule, inhale smoke, but cigarette smok
ers do. Why thia should bo, it is difficult
to say, but it is an acknowledged fact
that it is so. It is thus easy to seo why
thu insults of cigarette smoking should Wo
.vj baneful. Tho air in reaching tho I
lungs and the blood goes through tba
windpipe and tito bronchial tubes, Be
tween the windpipe and tho lungs tho
bronchial tubes keep dividing into two.
This incessant subdivision reduces thom
Ultimately to groat dueness. In rho
lungs they are scarcely wider than a hair.
At tho ?'nd of ouch bronchial tube them
is what is Called U pneumonic globule.
lt ls iii Ibis globule that the air and blo.id
meet; lt ls litro that the blood becomes
"aerated," or oxygenized. In tho caso
of men who inhale tho smoko of cigar
ettes, these globules, instead of receiving
frosh air. receivd air charged with nico
tine. In order to know the extent to
which thc lungs rcceivo the poisoned air
it ll only necessary to remember that tho
area of those pneumonic globules is some
1,200 square feet. ,
There is n popular notion that tho
paticr wrappings of cigarettes do tho mis- I
chief. Th., paper perhaps does burn tho
mouth. The wrappers of some Turkish
cigarettes aro impregnated with opium,
and these, of course, do harm; but that
Ls' inst tho fault of tho eignrette. The
trouble Willi cigarettes is that people will
smoke cigarettes at time? when they will
not smoko cigars, and that cigarette
amok ors thus uso moro tobacco than |
other |>ooplo, and that cigarotto Bmokcra i
inhale tobacco and tilka into tho lungs j j
air charged with nicotine. -Now York j '
'flu; Indian "Medicino Mun."
Tho so called "Indina doctor," who
penetrates our cities ami towns, or per
ambulates tho villages and rural districts, '
preying upai tho superstitions of ci viii
/ation, it really a red man, is never a |
true sham or "medicino man," but 14)1110 .?
knave, who has profited by association I
with the whites, taking a leaf from tho 1
hook of thc pale faced charlaban. Dy '
assumed stoicism, dignity, imperturba
bility and brevity of Bpecch, the reasons (
for which last are obvious, nloug with
glances replete with concentrated wis
dom, ho has little difficulty in securing
dupes and following.
Tho true shani, or "medicino man," is | ?
little understood by civilization, since bo
exhibits a phase of eavago lifo that is
rarely permitted to como under casual
observation. Very far from hoing n
more knavish varlet, conspicuous for un? ;
blushing impudence and petty chicanery
ci commonly depictexl, ho is instead n
nt aid, earnest, shrewd, farseeing man,
moro than ordinarily endowed with per
ceplivo faculties sharpened by olieerva
tion und training, and accustomed to ro
ceivo impressions and draw conclusions
from matters so trivial nato olude gen
eral comprehension. AM n rulo ho Ls
honest-as tho world goea-?nd a firm
believer Wi tho truthfulness and advan
tages of his caUin?. TbodocoltS ho prac
tice* are unavoidable, ?nd ICM with a
vlow to delude humanity than to cajole
and beguile tho unseen and unknown,
lio ? a "mind reader," psychologist,
nu uneritit and clairvoyant in one - ot HO
mean ability; nu endowment that,
though soi not i Hies inherent, is oftener in
culcated and developed through ecstosia.
- tl. Archie Stockwell, M. L)., in Ilomo
.Iou ri nd. _- ..
An Indian Crew,
One Utile incident will sorvo to show
tiow rapidly tho aliorigiuo of tho north
av:?t is forsaking tho n ays of bis fore
fa'hers ?md taking to tho customs and
habits of tim white man. A month or
two ago, whilo tho steamer Kosobud waa
?J i m Nug u]) thr? Missouri bound for Ben
Ion,CTio crew K?t to growling among thora
reives and ptruck f >r higher wages. Upon
leaching Fort Berthold (the agency of tho
Man lan and Uros Ventre Indiana) Ibo
whit" laborers came out openly, refused
to work, und abandoned the Ixiat. Capt.
Todd, master of tho steamer, stepped
ashore and interviewed rome of tho red
skin^, mid in ten minutes ho had l<ookc<l
the following crew: Little Sioux, Spitted
Wolf, (?ray Head, Sheepish, Charlea
Brewer, Crazy Horse, Whim Calf, Two
Bulls, stink l-'ace, Eddio Hill, Kuli Head,
lied Fox, Voling Hawk and Blua Stone.
With thia novel outlit tho boat proecoded
011 to Ikudon with porfcet success, having
left the white strikers standing dismayed
on the bank and Inkling with rage to foot
't back to civilization tho best woy they
add. Capt. Todd had to throw olT his
c ult and instruct tho aborigines in the
w ays of tho stevedore, handling barrels,
tying ropes, moving wdnat and other
tilings, but after the lirst lewin ho Hover
had u moro willing crew, ami Ito did not
want a better. The lioat arrived at Hen
lonou time, tho (?ros Ventres and Man
dans having covered themselves with
bacon grease, Hour, dirt, and glory. Tho
only little drawback was tho redskins
would stop ir Ibo middle of n job to ainoko
tho pipo of pence with tho white men,
and also to lind out just when they were
going to get paid.-Chicago Times.
Preservation ?if Pood io sibnrin.
To appreciate tho severity of. tho cli
mato ot Nert horn Siberia, it Ls only neces
sary to understand tho practical purposes
it is made to serve. Tho entire country
Ls used ns a vast refrigerate in presi rv?
Lng articles of food.
Ono day n traveler, dining at Tomsk
?*i a phiinp fowl, ??k(d bow long the
bird ha?! been killed. The landlord evi
dently noftcned his reply ns much as |ios
r.ible, knowing tho ropugnanco of most
foreigners to uny food not quito fresh.
..Two months only," bu said. "Nota
No precautions aro required for tho
preservation of lieof, for it tokes caro of
itself. Nearly nil batchers kill ul the be
ginning of tho cold weather a sufficient
number of an?mala to furnish provisions
for tho entire winter and allow tho meat
to freeze. Tin re ti no fear of any f?xxl
changing In such o temperature. Tho
fish tiecomo no solid and still that they
nre sot up on their taila against tho walls
of tho ninrketa, bo tho tail ever so long
end tho uah ever no heavy.
Often fruits prceerTcd ia leo are placed
upon tho table of tb? Siberian ovening
mool, tho method of keeping them being
similar to tliat employed with m cota. As
soon ns tho severe cold ?eta in dioy aro
cor.postd to th? air, if possible, toward the
north, w here thoro ls no ?un to reach
them; they thus Ixcomo completely
When oaten they aro found lo have re
tained their flavor marvelously, notwith
standing their chango from a frozen
rigidity to tlie thawed ntate necessary for
uso. At ll? moment of being served
thoy aro usually as bard os wood, and, If
they chanco to fall, rattlo liko stones
upon tho floor. Tho heat of tho room
gradually softens them and they assumo
their original form.
Such n convenient climate ought cst
tainly to simplify tito lalsirs of market
men und housekeeper*,-Youth s
This'Powder never val ron. A marvel
. r purity sri engl li and wholesomeness
MOM? economical thoo Um ordinarv
kinda, timi entum? he s.-hl in competi
tion with the multitude ol' low lest
short wcitrhl ft i 11111 or idinaphntu pow
der* Sold only io CANS. ItoVAl, ?AK
INO .Powni'lt Co., l(Mi WHII Street. N. V
1 .int now prims red io meet your de
mands tor Kali :md Winter i'lnthi.g. '
liiive t heiltest se I etd ed stock ol elot1dn|t
or^mon, youths uno boys, thal you nun
? ll<l ill t he eily. The (hinds a -e eorteet
ni si vie. make nutt rutilait, und alto per
"itjin lil ami will hold their slut pt* na
onu ji? I he nollie n I hisls. This sleek
'onsisl of Suck und CutnwaVi Snits in
'nshiuiero, th .viola ttntl Silk mixlure,
duo Diagonals Worsted, \Vhlp-eor?l.
fho loading noveltv is tho Stripu-C ho Vi
tts in Sack and Cutaways
DION* Suits nf Rlcgnnt material and
?ut in lim most fastonablc und peiTeel
ittitiR styles, in whip-cord nntl cork
?crow s ol' imported \f.ls.
I'nil Dress Suits with Dyke easts ami
rest. A full line of these 'goods rdwtivs
m hand, :tnd 1 guarantee n perfect lit in
evan y inst unco.
A lull line of (lents furnishing nooda
if every desma pt mn, limier w< ar, ( i lo vus
11 al I-hose, ( 'ol la rs a ml ( "ti IVs ele. A heall
I fu I line d'Neck Wear <d all colors ami
In the Hui Stock von will (ind nil tho
mdiiig styles. The Ul' N I,A I? Silk nntl
'lt i tl-lia ta also the Mos lou Self- eon for in
liff ."Mill" Hilt, these makes I am sole
\g nt for, ami eau only In? lind ut the
Emporium, besides those other milk
's of hats in a g rent variety td' at vies,
silk, (\ ssl nie re. Mill and soft hats (ll lill
;i ades mid prices. Tills ia the ht rifest
dock ol hals I have ever lind, tile picas
ne ol' allowing io Hiv patrons.
Hoya clothing a'.'ttk is very attractive
il t hi.--time, the assort nieiil is hoatitlfiil,
t m e [tauts snits I ri tn 4 to years, ami
our i mil nits from l*? lo IS years. IJiu 1
ties ar i good, and pri?es arc low,
(lents P lue Shoes in all tho lending
'tyles and makes, muong thom ymi will
iud the Celebrated I'aunUtei Shoe in
.on tr ress, l.n-e anti Hutton, yon willa-**
he fjtitigl.iKM Shoo for in II ?tl $.1.00 and
l-?ys at i'2.00, #v??r.v pair ctia*antred.
iViiati rou visit tho eltv I wonln !?.
doused to hu ve you t? call inspect this
mibcnso stock. This a tho only plane
vhere von eau seethe eorreel st vies.
oin mhia K, C M. I J. Kl N A KI?,
My new full stock is now ready for
our inspection, w liere vim will lind iVe
orreet ,t vh s, and elass of goods ns von
viii ttnd ai the Kmporitiin of Kashtmi,
on will lind this stock complete in
.vory respect, and for iii and Hinke
lioso garun-nls cannot Ito excel led as
hey are inuniifacturvd expressly for
Vtm will (ind a complete line ?if (lenta
umlshing, timi Huts td' all al.vies and
Itialitiea, also a handsome line ot Shoos,
u all the lilies) styles.
I am much ; leased with my sueecHH
or the past v? ar with I li is store, ii ml for
ho colt ti.lenee of thecil l/.eus of Spartan
lurg and the up .miry in my emlen
ors io place I ie I o re them a strictly lirai
?IIIHS ct dhiiig house ami ttl prices ihm
'iiunot lieexeelled hy anyone. Von will
ind no mixed nlta-k here. I have pl He
'd Mr Mrviu Twltlv in eliarga or thin
noise, wliere he Will lie plrttsed lo see
di hit friends, and v\ I? J lake pleasure in
ihowing thu now stock,
tuspcetfuily, M, I.. Kl NA III),
KUY IN I'U l l'I'Y. Manager.
Ipartanhurg s. ( '.
All persons indebted) tn me know
but tb.'ir accounts uro tine, ?ind
hut ?ti tho past I have hoon linieiit
mt I nm now going out of business,
ind nm oom po li cul to push collee
ion. A ll accounts no! paid in len
lays wi;: be put. in judgement. I'ltr
les NV ?! 2 please note this ?rol siive
1). M. Patton.
Ictohcr 10th, l?sv.
The Poor House Pu lipers and the
mssossion of tho fnrni will be ltd lo
ll? loWOSt seal bidder to ny plai
ter person ns Stewart for the year
888, Silill .smiled bbl- shall ho pro?
lOlltetl tt> the Ibmrd oft 'otinfy Coin
lltssloliors bv the 22(1 dav of Odo?
>or. 1HS7, by 12 o'clock M.
JAMBS Bi: LL,
Chm'n. U.C.C. I.('
letobor 12th, it
Uv permission of A. W. Rurmddc, I
?ronato Judge, I will settle the Kstate of
?Tanny Harks, deceased, at this Office at
laurens C. ll, on tho 18th dav or Nw ,
AsT, nt lOo'elock. A. M.. and nt tho sumo
line will apply for a final discharge.
All persons having domanda against
aiid estate aro hornby notified to present
ho sanio, In duo form, uh or lieforo sahl
lav, or he forever barred. And all in
Itdtted art? required to make payment by
J F l'A HKS,
Stat? of South Carolina
Whereas, lt. A. dones hoMOpplled
tom? for Lotter* of Administration
m the r.Mtato of R. A, Jones, <lo
Th: se ure therefore to cito mid
itlmonlHli all ami s.ngulnr the kln
Iretl mid creditors of mihi (ioeciised,
lo-bo and ?ppeijr boforo ino ?tu
Court of Probate to lui held nt my
nfllce nt Idinrens C. H., ?n 20th tiny
nf October 1887, nt 10 o'clock, A. M.
lo show cnuse, If nny they cnn, why
,-t h rs should not bo grunted ]
(liven under my hand nnd sen
ttiKtiic ',u''''(f ,,r,^atNsita:-''
.1. P. L. <
And t nat they hnvo tho finest s<
Our stuck is completo in every res
Jto big discounts offered to tbo.se
who buys nt retail.
Minter il Jamieson'* Dress doods
Department crowded with put lou
nge. All comers made happy. Wo
hnvo n bon ut ful selection, consist
ing of Cn Inneres, all colors, from
10c to $1.20 per yard. Also a love
ly line of Full Worstoads, all shades,
from (J to IS cunts por yard.
We keep constantly in stock the In
lino woods. .lust think of It: All-W:
Parlor Suits from $.'11.00 t o $05.00. A
Un r ri ugo?, new styles ami hondsomcl
Come lo see us. We have every c<
malve it pleasant for you.
Messrs D A Davis,' 1, A MeConl, T
Will I e pleased to seo their friends.
Will In? one <>T thc Inp
And went into the Pig Markets with
A ml our selections uro iineqti
< >ri?inulity ami prim
In tho ring, wit wins; on thoroslrui
Motors. Large capital, lo.ig
place in t he front t unk
in largo numbers
Do not take for granted (?very thing \
unhesitatingly! that such facts ?is u<
We, usu no bait to entail tho unwary,
prices printed. This is why nu
give Ihn public full value
.-ALT. KIN!'? or? STA.n.1
BACON, 8C<; ' lt,
Car-Load of Flour just KO?
All of which wo sell ?trJSOTTO?
Geo. 33. A
ane'.' io X O, lbS7.
Tho chairnmn of encl? Bonni of
Trustees is hereby directed, to open
tho Public Schools on uesduy 1 st
dsy of November next.
M. K Bullock,
Board of examiners Ipr 1
County, S * '. Octobof otu I
pie Advertise Tc
3 A.dL"V(ertis-3 JVICGI
^TER rSc J.-A.JVT1]E:E?
flection of Dry Goo ls, Dross (io
FURNITURE, &c Ev
peet, ami as wc buy in extra I urge >?
vho buy ?a such (jitniititics, il of ct
Our Cloak Deportment away be
low competition. Livery style thc
fair Indies cnn wish, consisting ?if
Ladles' ("?loth Jackets, Cloth Now-1
markets, Ponde Jackets, Mr'ton
Jackets, Hush Jackets, Plush Ital
ians, Short Wraps, Misses' New
rgest lino of Furniture, carried in tl
ilnut Suits tor only 2>."it, worth in
I ways on hand a large lim* of Hod s
y ornamented. Prices guaranteed
?nvenienco tor our friends, A larg?
li Nelson, .lohn ll < Idell. E ll WMk
?iest for immy years, and knowi
" Let ?31i-p trie H
Sledge-hammer Mows for tho Solid
laled. ND pain- or monev luive spa
s luivo never been excelled. Look ;
Grit EG AXION O
yards Calico for 00 couts,
yards Pleached Shirting for fl,
yan'1; all wool Dress ('nods for
yaids Checked Homespun for
n, eloquence captivates; hui in tin1
experience, an I a close and careful
ns LEAD Ell S and M AS TE'lts of o
such bargu! . - as those, which no
Lt LAD TH E S
s, 2 papers for.*? cents.
.ards Canton Flannel for 08
ne honey comb Spread for 70
0 i in print, but let yourjudgme
1 submit are substantiated by Um nu
YPN G TILL FOL
n's ll rogan s 80 cents.
" (i, 7 and 8, ?? cts.
biron's Pools, *.?.? els.
n's Poids, fl.03.
)inan's polkus. 00 cfs.
for thc mosi simple person can seo t
r goods move elvin good shape and
WO cannot remain in the Lead our
igb f ; er*s
C. OOO OS, .TCI! AH
C, OF Aid. KINDS.
1 of Bagging- and Ties.
_ _ _ _ so
("Fornwudinsi NSWOJM <''>.. FI?.,
Mm ? IT 90th, 1880,''
"I have irsen Dr Hhiiiiwds Liver Ito?:
ubitor ?nd always I'OIIIKI lt to ilo wbnt
iHchitnxil fer lt. Tho l;ist 1)01 Ile uno"
two piu kntfcs (lid nie no Roi?! mol wore
Worao tliaii n?thluli. I ?co lt I? not-put
op l.v .1. IL /.eilin A Co., nml not RHII
iilno", lind a wanto of money to buy lt. I
would tie ul nfl t<> act the p ?re and Kpo
Ulue. Mend mo nome from bon M lisa is
(s\ llb red /. and Zcilin .V < Ii?.'? ?lirmotnvo
on Wrapper.) The tiet'tlous sturt"told
will Injure some one imWv,
Your?t*VlSorvt, l.L.N.T.T. Ult'H
5 JVLeUsLO EL Bia IB?-J
.ory for SHOW
To lot The
LS y -A.ro
mis, Mutions, lints, Caps, IVuls
er Found in LATJllENs
nautilus to supply our constantly in
mrso pincus its in t\ position to save II
; ( "olIiing ?UKI Dents' Furnishing
1 ' !
Goods Department. Wo have Clie
prettiest styles, fie newest ?ind
gran l.'-t stock, und tho lowes!
prier-. You must soo oui'stook lo
appreciate il. \V,i have th" hesl
Shirts, the prettiest Scarfs and,'
Ties, and tho* most stylish Hals 1
found in tho city.
io up-country, cTin'sisling ,: I*.?rio" .-' i
any market ..fr?.?? ?. AL-Wainui Si:
priiigs and Mut trusses <>l every <l . .
wit li any mark.! .
? lol with stft'ls in tho rear of our slur
>s, c w (Jarrott, 1>;.V Martin nod Mi
IL' tim wants of tV.e Inlying i>n^>)i*"
)ogs of "W sur !"
Money. Our FALL OPENING, will
red t<> pro.-urea linc nf ids, th .ll foi'
it Hie luminous light ol' Low Prices, :
K BUSINESS NV
20 yards Shirting for $1.
! yards nil wool Jeans for S? els.
Ladies'Jerseys only 50 cents.
Ladies'and tl en t's Hose ? cents
busy niar' of conimnrco, ability and
study of thu dry-goods trade, have c
ur business. Pres ta ge gives us powo
weak and sickly compel i tor can uv
CHED ll L E:
7 yards all wool Hod Flftnildl fol*
Boys' wool hats lt) cents.
Men's wool hats -?"? cents au I ii,?
nt pass upon ?Land if your in ves I ?gul i
.rit of our goods nod the cheapness oTi
LOWING FIG Ult I
Sro our Ladies' hnnd-modc Shoes
Men's Congress Uniters, O?) pen t.
Ladies' Huil?n and Lace Shoe .-.
70 cts., fl, fl.AO and f2.
hat wo have on our counters, o.vncfly
our sales so satisfactory. We work f
chilli Hie favors so kindly extended
.Dealers in Rough,mid 11?
Doors, Sash and 1
Laths, Mantels, Newels
PINE AND CYPU
We cnn liavo done ni, (th ort liol it
of farley -work. If yon nu nn
OKAY & Ali
, Sh.M s. (. lotliiu?^, MillilH rv
i'mislng" w?iolcsnlo (nulo, nuil snvo
mnoy lo r?siy und cvory purclii ..or
Shoos! Hlipos? Mimes!!! fri tilla
Icpuriiuunj wu <!?!'y com pol i I ion.
\\c ?invo Um largest stock of I Soot H
ind Shoes over brough! lo Laui'OHHj
uni cnn stiVo you iv<;!ii . > io SOCOIIIH
ur ovory pair you purcluiso. Como
o soo ri* nhii \\ ? v. ill miyo, you
o ii cy.
our ni?v???ifjoi ri :tH
excel I nil our provitv ;
Slyle, I "m i sh, . iuiillly,
in.I gil/.ii upon
ONI) li H'S:
I solid " i.-'i, uro tho ?Nt?ghiy
muhlcd us lo Ink .> our
r to grapplu
II imilutc much Ivan uppriMcli
>u i ?> i huron : '.
.ur ?ricos, iii
; will ?iriiiiU
>\ incod i?v
w.ml vre nihvrli.sumol ni (hu
'"' UK,my iui'1 ll ii less \\ ('
l>,v Mic public,
.J Al I REMS
'dy IVnpni'cd Lumber,
? of livery Kind.
I, Sawed and Turned
:us sn i NI ; LKS.
.r ?UK! to gooil stylo any kimi
?msi?iCHU cul! lo sec UM.
Its] icct fully,