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MARTIN, THE LEADER!
STORE NO. 1.
It is our di sire; to cont roi, by I lern
est Merit, nine-lcttth.s of tho Hard
ware trade ol* this section, and ti?
do this must offer Inducements.
Wo have bought our ?tock in car
lo, \d lots, which we sell at whole
sale lo dealers, but give retail cus
tomers Inside ligures on (Suns, Pis
tols, Cutlery, T.lblc and Backet, Bar
Iron,.Steel, Rolls. Plows of every
kind, Nails,Screws, Tools l'or Car
penters, Blacksmiths and Shoe
maker.-;. Everything In tho Hard
ware line, from ti paper ot' tacks to
Th roo Car-loads of Stoves,
Which are by far tho most dumble
and perfect for cooking or heating
over placed on tills market. An
inspection is all WO ask Satisfac
tion guaranteed in ovory instance.
House Fur hi..nins Goods,
circumstances have placed it in our
power to make lower price ;, than
can bo given elsewhere.
We have also a
WAK.VKSS AND ^AI""*??
Depart m 3 nt,
r. here we ba vi? Ample facilities for
manufacturing Harness, Saddles,
Bridles, Collars and tho like, and
nlso repairing ii ibis line on short
indie..'. Wc employ only skilled
workmen and use only good stock.
Rubber and Leather Belting
of all slzos-regular and special
always on hand at prices that defy
o liead. of
THREE OE THE LARGEST AND
? . . ?. U*J. ?J
Adams, Mis* SaTlio llnrdester, J I M?rtir
-Hore is tho list of our Bolosmons .1 W Jonos, J W iroudo
l r j T Poole.
STORE NO 2.
When it comes to our Dry Goods
I luise, all wo ask ls
of our Goods with the shoddy of
other dealers. Dur claim is thu
best goods for the least money.
is openly admitted by all who visit
ibis department. <>ur motto is,
"Turn the Dollars over Rapidly."
and herein lies the secret ?d' our
meuse trade. Our aim is to got the
goods at tho lowest figure ami sell
lunn lower than tin? lowest. In
Dress Goods, Flannels and Cloths,
we ha ve some raie bargains. For
instance, wo have ?oiiuino French
imported Flannel wliich soils any
where for 85 cents, which WO aro
offering at Go cents. Genuine
French Stripe for sacques und
wrappers, at -10 cents, which cannot
bu bought in tho largest cities for
less than 50 cent?. '200 piceos red
and white Flannels at 12$, lo, 20, 20,
,'l? nilli -Jil cents per yard.
Splendid assortment of Foll rmi
Winter Cassi meres from 20 et? to ?f 1.
In Blankets we oller some special
ties. Wo have thom from 00 cents
to $10.00 per pair.
Quilts and Comforts at your own
Dur Hosiery Department Is com
pleto with thc; newest Jiangs thc
: natket affords.
. Jerseys from 25 cents lo $3.50.
Bailies' ond Men's Undoawear in
endless variety. Fall weights a
Boots and Shoes.
Woman's Kid Button Shoes 70c.
Woman's Solid Polkas 50c.
.Men's Brogans, solid, 59c
Men's Brogan Boots $1.25
/Men's calf Boots $2,15.
.Men's Congress Shoos $1.23.
When it comes to Clothing our
Store m. 3
is the placo lo call. Having pur
chased Um stock of I"). >L Patton at
it great discount, wo proposo to
sell it out regardless of original
COSt, The suits are of tho latest
styles and arc tailor fitting through
out, 'rims':) goods are gliding out
on astonishing figures, und partier?
ju search of bargains should call
early for they must be sold, und
don't you fail to memorize it.
.san, W II Philson, John H Cunningham, li 0 Itopsr, J D Adams, D M Patton, J ll Rupp, W A Martin, W A Wharton, W W Bullock, Mrs J
A Clew v TIIIIIR.
MI wT RI ttinn- 11100801*0*1 for IX R'.lit ol
clothes this mawuing," said Young Mr. :
to hu pretty cousin, "and just for? Jwk?,
y'kuow, I awaked Halpern if it weaily loo!?
ainu tailors to ranko a inna. Ila >.nM it ? luid
talo?, moro than niuo tail.us to ranko a moa <?'
some poople, I thonght it WM.? rpirto ?.-!..-. "
"Yow, it wa* clover, Charloy," i.o.l l.i.i
pretty cousin.-Now York Bun,
Ina atnl Outs of Ti UM.I.
Tho Ijiwyrr an>'. tho Cashier.
A Bank C.vibier Who bod Ht. L a e.V),000
from tho Hank ail I Bkippod out to Cincinnati,
Went to a Lav y.. ?.nd said:
"How ron I Kix ?'..'.Uim io na to bo rafo
from tho LawT
"I will Arrange to hftTS tho Rank Bottle
? M i J tho Amount," WPJI tho Prompt ro[ily.
Vvben thin had iVon done tho Thief Kx
rroasod lila Oroat Iloanuro and Satisfaction,
"And now what 11001) I Pay you for your
Barr icon T
HTh# Othor Half, ?lr I'" wo? tho Cidni reply,
It-i a Wonder tta La wy or left 1? milch fer
tho J-.m?t.-Dotroit Fron l'i . .
A hil <<>.;( A rft;uin<uit.
"Ma," remonstrated Bohle/, ''whet! I waa
at grandma's she U<t ino bavotwo plocos of
"Well, she oii-*ht not to hare dono so,
Bobby," ?aid hi* mother. "1 think two pico i
of pie ore too much for little boya. Tlio
olde?- you io bobby, tho moro witdOIO
you will fruin." *
Bobby waa fliJencod, but or.ly tat a rnt>
"Won, rna," he raid, "grandma ls a Rood
dasd oidor than you aro."- Now York Sun.
A rfr/pele*.* l'uilert ?klnjf.
A lady who owns . dog omi, Incidentally a
?Mts girt, h aa rd a commotion In tho catjolu
Upo* tn-Tartlgntton ?ho discovered that tho
am*m<n.frm ixmo largely from the dog.
"Yon naughty ratld i" ?ho u'.d, "oro yon
trying to burn Fido, that you hold hi* lu MI
ao tv>nr tho grate f"
"No, mamma," replied tho little (rirl; "I'm
only trying to warm his ?1000." -Now York
III? Chattan ta.
At a private concert tho Other evening an
a moteur singer, who pride-? htmaolf ?-a tho
depth of bli cheat nc* Banff, "1 Dreamt I
Dwelt In Mirhlo Halls," ?nd for encore gnvo
"Then You'll llcmoinlxr Mo."
"What do you think of thr*o rhent notcar
naked ono of tho guest*.
"I think," waa tho cold Mtpird Ivply. "ho
might ha va elven UH *.nwitmng bondes cbent
tauta-Detroit Kroc Prom
"Dr ld got, did yez ivor stuopto think tluit
aftor yor iiivnl y ur uiver bufo from th' - J mid
"That's so, Dinny. Itv won o'tho things
that's projudleod nw vory much against
"Pvc thought av n way to git ahoad ;:v
"Hov. V. thatr
i., f to worrak in A jxvadhor mill."
An A?>iioprIntu Hr in? ric.
?unilny Behool Teacher-Wliot illil King
r.'i bucnadnozxnr i!o}
Pupil- Ho ordorod tho children of Iiraol to
bo cn ?. -.t.. Uw llery furnace.
"What uiil NohuobadnoMtar ray when lio
noticed Ibero wor? foin- moa lu ilory
furnace, who? ho only orilorod tinco men
cast Into Hi"
"Ito DO ld, 'Is li hut enough fir youP n
A BOVOrfl Mental Tn*.
"Bobbyaald hin mother, "1 told yon not
to forget to bring up threo scuttlea c?f cvul
1 -i ?..o voa wont to school, and you only
brought up two."
"I know, mn, hut I forgot tho third ona
Threo scuttled i:<good many for n llttlo tx>y
liko mo to remember."--Now York Mun.
Ho Know tho HOT.
Krporloncod Pry Cioodii Clerk-.'/ulitsa,
bavo you scon Ulis pattern elsowhoro?
Ladii . "N wo carno to you first of ni!.
E. I), ir. c.- Thon yon will pardon mo if I
declino tosh >w it to you, for if you havo Jur?t
bogati Bliopping you will not buy bar*. - KHo
A Mnrkcil Clinnf-o.
Yoma; Mr. Waldo-Your friend, Miss Wa
bash, looL.i tomowhat ttoutor than tba np
1 on my hut vli.it to Chicago, Miss
Miu Drooiy-Ts?, I wan saying to mama
Only lat *r<wlnK, nt th? f**< or.Inn claM, that
("nra tocked a trifid com feb -Now York
fkr Ills cltr hotel swells,
VTl.?l ?sln'ne MturaneuMich nttltmle notf tcltal
How tliojr Ogle, ojflo, oglo
All Hie pi rta who pa?s tho door,
An.I *\ieh reckless, raklih rogtta'II
IkSVp it up till hi's f 'inscore:
? Icislilng swc'.K
W?vfl carly morn HU Uto st night lu front of the
Hookey swi llsl
Ob ?ty /on't Hu proprietor coin? out ni. . inn^t
IM ?. swells! -llotrt Mall.
.( -I -.!!;?:? "nolp?."
('.'. . o- ia Victoria raper.?
Wanted- . i amiable and hi.vfh toned
family consbtlng of n dollcato and shrinking
elderly widow who Isa small oater n ny way
and uns hoi* monis sent in fro-a a restaurant,
wm w.'tiai a comfortnblo homo with a:tij>.'
rlorcojk. Nu notion tu'..on of families who
gi YO dinners or who fail to take nicked china
in a truly CL. Utinn spirit, A<ldroui"lv.-.r.i?.t '
Worker," forwarding credentials au thou tica
tod hy ? clergyman,
Wanted-An Industrious and hard worktop;
family \*?li > do their own cooking, washing,
ironing, ashes sifting, dressmaking, montling,
dusting, i weeping, nursing, whitewashing,
housecleaning, carpet he.- lu g, fancy work,
chamber work, preserving i ?iltting, painting
lu oil?, scrubbing, wax fru t and raro of thc
cow, and who navona agile hired man tomah '
?ic?, fbi lamps, snuff canillas, exorcise th ,
pugs, clean tho silver, run for tho d'? lor,
wind tho clocks, tend door and ?koo noctms .
nal cats off tbs back fonco, eau hear of n go -i
i Oponing with a Indy whoso, specialty is gen?
. oral housework, Addnvts "Ovortaokod."
Wanted V winning and modoiit.appoarinjj
malo b i'oy, S months old, (,f unoxccplionabb
moral choraotor, would Uko to avail bhnsoK :
of tim ndvnntngoa of a nurse, Baby's nam?
ls mostly "Tootsoy-tVootioy Mamma's Pet,*
, tait il can ho chu. ??si to "lhib,r if that Beoini
to eomu bandier. Can refer to SOVOUtOOII
nurses now ia tim lunatic asylum with whom
ho has lived during tho pa*t four wooka. Ad
di m "Little Angeh"
Want s 1-A graceful nad accomplished ,
family that moves in tho Iw.t circles and bal
, no poor relations that como to tbs house will
Lo pormltted to ollay Itself with a Bo!ec|
Traitrt-i?; inuit fm nish satisfactory pedigree. !
Apply in spplicant's own haudwriting. Ni. '
notice taken ot letters not stamped with a
"crest." Kamillus that ?lid not como over j
with William tho Conqueror will Lo repulsed >
Witta soorn, Address "De|K>rtiuent.N
Wanted-A chambermaid who I? nb. Mt to
form matrimonial relatlous would liku to
procure a situation for a really deserving and :
well twhaved family, which had lived w ith
her for tho Uwt twolvu j ?AIH. TbU ls A ram
ellene* for ? chambermaid In soArcb of a
fondly that koop* lt? place and never fives
impudanro. Salient skoteh of family And tm
perlai group p ?uro furnished on Application
Address "Orang* illoesoms." - Cor. Nov?
Not So Knsv-Sometime*.
Ho wa? rathor sentimental, and HO O.ar. sin
OH they strolled Along. Sho kne-r th ? bul
bim, but bo did sot know ho v far he> had
progressed with hw.
"Do you Ilks senthnontl" ho said.
"Not too mach of it," said she,
"How happy n billow must feel when hi
has tho girl ho loves in hin Arms, and bo]r*i
her close to his breast, and presses his lips te
' hors, and"
? "And- an t-lt's so easily dono," said she
Ban Francisco Chronic] ?.
Itognrdles* of Coat.
"Yoting man," he asked, "what is your ara
bitten In lifaf
"To get ri^h, slr." replied th? young man,
lighting a fresh elgar.
"Not a vsry high sim. Rut while you ar?
trying io gel rich aren't you spending n good
deal of money f
"Oh, I don't mind Uta expanse, slr. Fri
willing to get rieb regArddtfa' of cost."-Nov?
Tbnt I?, If Ile WAS dust f.earnlng.
"What w:.s Nero'.? greatest net of cruelty r*
askeiI lill teacher of tho elans in history.
.Tin) in' tho Odille," was tho prompt rc?
gpo? .; r.nd tho teacher lot it go nt that.-?
One i f tho Hising Ones.
"My rr???>:'ll pilred tho minister, "cnn you
repent liss Ten 1 < nunnudmc-nts*''
?*N<>, sir, fall 1 cnn li;;lit n oignrotio In th?
v Ind tho Ont trial."-Detroit Freo Press.
finit! ? mn mon II
Ililli M II
1 a Sa a
.1 in Hough,niul It et? fly PropnrcU Lumber,
Doors, Sa: h and Blinds,
Moulding of Every Kind
Laths, Mantel?, Ne wels, Sawed and Turned j
iMXS; AM) CYPRUS SHINGLES.
Wu omi have dono ni short notice and in good stylo any kind j
of fancy work. Il you moon businesa cal! l<> seo ns.
0 li A Y & ANDERSON !
Laurens C. IL 8. G
---Ai.r. KIN ns ot r.vrr.B ooons, ."uoir AB-- -
BACON, SUMAR CANDY.
FLOUR, PICKLES, CRACKERS,
MOLASSES, PKPPBR, CANNED GOODS
COFFEE, SPICE, OF ALL KINDS.
Car-Loa i of Flour just Kecoived.
.*..c ar-I^oad of Bagging and Ties.
"W^O-OJbTS .A. 1ST ID BuaaiEs.
AU of which wc s(dl nt MOTT OM FIO rit KS.
Geo. 23. Anderson,
x ?>, lf-s.7.
Tho chairman of on . Hoard or
Trastees is hornby directed to open
tho Public Schools On uesdr.y 1st
<i.*vy Of November next.
M. Ii, fjnllook,
Fra ide iv. ans,
. V. \\ McGowan?
Ho.?rd of examiner* ior Laurens
County, SC. October Hil? IS?7,
"Fornnudinn, Nassua <'o., Fin.,
M mell 20tb, 1880."
"i hnvo unod Dr Hlinmods I.ivor KPH
ulster and always found lt to clo ft hut
ISOirtiltlOd for lt. Tho last hoitlo und
i - i imokngos did mo no (food And woro
> nan notliinh. I soo it is not pm
unl^y.T. H./ciliii?t Co., nud not K<'U
I a wanto of money t ? ? buy lt. I
' 1.1>jflnd to gut tin- pate and non
un . Ktond lue soma from honest lumds
(with roil /. and Kellin A ?'...' | slgnQtUrO
on Wrapper.) The Petitions stud'?old
W i 1 Injuro soino one inihlv.
* oursUh't Sui v i, UkN.T. Ti KICK
/ ' #
A Houehold Word in the Land,
Pron), the Mountainsto
the Sea Shore.
PIONEER OF LOW PRISES,*
Our imurtmnth F.stuolishmonl Fi Hod with ihn ?? od KI ogant
Goods fioni tho Dosi Manufacturers in llio Wurla-American aid.
Tho masses \v h ich orowd our store dully, on goldy purchasing bar
gain?. and go ?? way delighted, ls truly gratifying.
Wo have to- ,iay th ? mosl completo establishment In South Carolina,
in Ludios' Fir.*i Gow \ ^ un I ? cn tts' Clothing un I Furnishing Goods.
We will dit .piny ti) tho purchasing public* $100,000 Stock, willoh is
wort hy ol tb ?ir attention.
Wo hnvo cjoublcd our solea tlii' soason for t;>r* month of Soptombor,
and purpose? doing Ibo s.a:;i- for tho month of Qctobor.
?SBA KAINS H?
Wc mo in Ibo Dry Gooda mid Clothing Huidnos*, to stay. Wo would
rntber bo at tho hoad ut our establishment lhan of any other bus!nos.-)
in the State.
6,00?"i yards Dress Goods,in difforont styles, nt 5*.',
.I I pieces < !repo el?ools In Dress Gooda al 10c, half wool.
2Y ?plooe.s half wool Dross floods 32 Inches wide, at 15c. worth 18c. ml
21 pieces 8C-lnch Flannel-?, al 25e.
40 pieces 4o-inch Tricots, v t p.ir.
19 piero? M inch Flannels, ono svook only, ni 50c, per yard,
80 pieces 54-Inch Tricots, all tho now Minnies, 80c.
27 piocos H'.jck Silk, fi osn an hil porter's forced sale, 40c, 77c, 92c, $1,
$1,26, $1.10, ii.no.
Now, If you intend buying a Iilnck Bilk this season, examino this
line. If you live out of tho city send for tampion.
3 pieces Black Moire Silk, nt .j-Uia
! 61 piece? Black and Colored Volvctoona
To this otock wo will give special attention nnd onr lines aro com
plete. We will display Monday 10 piece? lilack Cashmeres.
Lu bl n'fl nil wool, IS inches wide, worth $1.00, nt G9c, C9c, C9c
In this Department our stock ls vory attractive 300 do/on Missof
Hose, regular made 12Jc. worth SJ?C.
A sp?cial ?ale Monday 25c. iNo, 0 to Ko. 8$, worth moro money.
See our line nt 40c,and 50,
71 dozen Ladies' Hose, solid ci white foot, regular mada*
at 25c, 25c. They would bc cheap al :t pairs for $1.00.
Wc proposo dning.husincss and will kc tho price todo it.
Columba, 3 CJ