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inscription Pries 13 Montbs, 91.00. )
PAYABIjH in advance.
\V. W. HALL, EDITOB,
latos for AdyortlHiiiK. Ordinary Ad
? uionts, per square, o-io inaer
oo,$l.?0; euch HUonoquout Insertion,
r.lhoral reduction in ado for largo Ad
W. W. HAI.Ii,
LAUIUONW, 8. C, Nov. 17th, 1891
/Ought n chur'jh nictnbor feol
/called upon to voto for his friend
for a church oftleo ? Ought a citi
zen to voto for n caiuliduto for po
litical offlco from motives of per
sonal Iriondship? When a citizen
votes for a. candidate who is not
tho soundest, ablest and honestost
who offor?, ho bot rays a public
trust, Jtemombor this next year.
Tho Clinton Gnzotto has entered
its fourth year. A papor of spirit, I
onterprl.se and forco is a necessary '
of life in Clinton and such is tho
Tho papers that succeed in Laur
' oils add to tho county's happiness
and prosperity. May tho success
which the Onzetto has commanded
^Mt6t7d it with Increase.
Is thoro a legislator in South
Carolina who is not ready to ad
init that tho Htato needs tho Aus
tralian Ballot law? lias not a
iractlcal test in Mississippi whore
tho nogroos outnumber tho wliites
iroven that it is suited to the
Jouth? Something must bo dono
protect the poor man's ballot
from tho politician, who, while not
ittompting to influenco him tin
has endorsed his noto in
Tho Advmktisiok begs to remind
tho newspapors of tho country that
now famous ease of the ten
iurderers of Nance, there was a
^commendation to mercy by the
|ury which applies to eacli and
ivery one of them. In tho ovont
that thoro is no now trial there is
reason to believe that this recom
lendtttion will have tho effect
lpon tho governor that (ho jury
lust have intonded and therefore
10 probabilities nro at present
trongly against any of the men
iffering death. Wo do not re
?11 a caso whero any governor
lap disregarded a recommendation
In a rocywlt Issue tho Advkhtisku
^efleot^yil with asperity upon tho
tier Frooman for an expres
?r which wo construed to show a
"tot of liberality of opinion. This
L): the Freeman replies in cour
((?(Mis^anguago characteristic of its
manly tone and shows
Paragraph In question was
intra^cd to convey tho idea
thV Ai>VKHTisiiit gathered
(from fT^U^gtaJ^ ^ The Frooman
y'only claims to advocate the "right.
&pua caus,o" of tho farmers as tho
'Freeman scos it and believes it and
Intrenched behind its convictions
. the Freeman is right to maintain
thestrugglp on tho line it sees pro
Tpev,( . \ ,
t ? ?>' -' \' '. T~ "?-:
In tho ordinary cot
inary course of human
events, this^city may expect to be
cntcrtalneoSht intervals with mu
nicipal elections. It is not to soon
for the 'ADVMivrisF.it (a paper
which looks ahead) to say that if
will advocate with terrible earnest
ness a primary to determine upon
democratic candidates for tho of
election fo/^I^aurous V (Tho argu
?nent for|l is that II opetates 1 i
? ?'.JfXly in other towns while hit
ler Experience ha&,proven every
other plan to b.e -a Uelusjon and a
snare and a .sickening memory.
To bo sure, we have usually gotten
tlrst rain plUcer? through tho rough
mil tumble election " bouts of the
pasy but this is no roason why it.J
yould not be better to olect them
h the rqgillnr democratic way.
A Word t'ov the Orphans.
Ines are'tight and thoro are a
ttftred children to feed. That is
to oi affairs at tho Thorn
opt; it, there aro children
it togethor at Clinton from
?Very southern state. They
i and motherless, and
EL .homeless but for the
mrof God, who has gath
mL'Under those protecting
Kl raised up Irioiu! ? to help
pYon, reader, art! one of
HBl if you will quickly
ud vyrLto out a check
ft to 'Dr. Jacobs,
id holp him to feed
Ijpr send a barrel
of corn or a bar
pen , <?>?''"'''?<?? molasses,
he ( hlldren <?'" from seven dif
( i. pt de>,vMminatioun. There aro
- ? tji.tmv of ii.M'li^ <?vigin as I'res
; hvii stud as hi any of Metho
iist vas Baptist niuong them, so
lon't stand back; on account of a
hanlcHgtvlug la close at hand
The vory time b> give A thank of
fer in|* to the helpless.
tMuistnias W Close by. JIow
1 you forget, to make the or
h ins'iiuppy n't such a lime. <And
rk youyf.oop and ^^^^j1^
is tho tltlo
forward to a
using Old Sanl^
highly prized ?o
BufVer' with colic,
When Or. Bull's
at once rellovo
The corn crop has been gathered.
It i? sound and of a fine varioty.
It Is hard to ice what will be
come of the farmers with big debts
and a short cotton crop.
Fanners will plant wheat aud
oats extensively this year.
John Abercromblo raised a
gourd that tipped the baiiance at
43 pounds and this gourd is not re
lated to the vino that shaded
Uev. J. B. Parrot will supply Ra
buu Church next year.
The lands of Mrs. Martha Woods,
deecnsod, have been sold to Messrs.
Martin MahaiTcy and Martin
Woods for $072.00.
Miss Eunico Abercromblo has the
finest hog wo have scon this season.
Wo think it will weigh 300 pounds.
M. L. Mnhnffey and Jaspor Mar
tin have thoir mill in operation.
Mr. Samuel Holt was struck !n
tho eye by a picco of wood whilo
cutting and painfully hurt.
Mrs. Bottio Ann Tumblin died at
her homo on tho 23rd ult.
Is a constitutional mal n , !o ill dlseasS)
and tUercfov?? It c:ini 1 ' ?? I >' local ap
plications. It :?? a ?. a I'.tiillonal rem
edy like Hood-.-- S r*n li >t hielt, working
through (lie 11 ? < . ' '? impurity
which causes raid , ? lotca the dutcaso, and
offer t.; a porrnanont cur.-1. Thousands ol
peoplo testify to 11? suce< sa i t lluod'a Sarsa
parllln as n remedy for catarrh when other
preparations bnO t. ll< d. Ilead's Sarsaparllla
also bulUla up ti c whole system, and makea
you feel renown! In health strength.
''??I used Hood's Baranpntl'.l.i for catarrh,
and received nroat rollcl ami benefit froralt.
Tho catarrh was very U'.ancreeaMo.espeelalJj
in the winter, onuslun neust ant discharge fron
my nose, ringing l;elae? In my ears, and pains
in tho back i I ray I l'.-.--. offeot to clear
my head In lite mortdny by hawking and spit
ting w:is painful, i: . QursaparlUa gave
mo relief lmm? thotcly, while In timo i was
entirely cured. 1 tun never without Hood's
Barsaparllia i? my house ;.??> l Ihlnk It la worth
Its weight In r.< : i " Mas. 6. It. dim, 1029
Eighth Street. II. \V? Washington, 1>. C. .-.A
Boldby ntldnignlM*. ; c'.x forf*. Prepared only
l>y C.I. HOOD & CO., AjMiil.ocarlos.. I.owoll, HoMi
IOO D08O8 One Dollar
Of Settlement And Final Dis
By permission of Hon. John M.
Clardy, Judge of Probate, for tho
County of Laurens, in tho Stato of
South Carolina, we will on the 18th
day of December, 1891, at his ofllco
ut Laurens C. II. S. C, settle the
estate of R. It. Blakcly, deceased,
and apply for a final dischargo as
administrators of said estate.
All persons holding claims
against said estate will prove them
on said day and all persons indebt
ed since make payment on or be
fore that time.
W. B. OWEM?;
W. E. OWENS,
Nov. lG,'9i-3t. Administrators
Ollicc of County Treasurer, )
Laurens, C. II. S. C. )
The Treasurer's" office will be
open at Laurens C. II. on the 15th
day of October for the collection of
taxes for Laurens county, S. C.,Tor
the fiscal year commencing Nov.
ist, 1890, and remain -<Jpen until
the second day of Nov. 189t.
After tho second day of Nov. I
will atflcnd the following named
places for the collection of said
Nov. ?fj nt Tylers vi He, in Scuf
fle town*to\vnship, from 10 a. m. to
2 p. m.
j^r-( Nov. dth at Joseph Duncan's
'?Store, Jacks township, from 9 a.
nj. to 11 a. m.
Nov. 4 at R. Y. H. Bell's, store in
I Jacks township, from 1 p. M. to 4
?Jov. 5U1 at Clinton, in Hunter
township, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Nov. 5th at Goldville, in Hunter
township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m,
Nov. 6th at Milton, in Hunter
township, from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Nov. 7th at Spring Grove, in
Cross Hill township, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Nov. 7th at Cross Hill, in Cross
Hill township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p.
Nov. 9th at Waterloo, in Water
loo township,from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Nov. 10th at B. L. Henderson's,
in Waterloo township, from 9 a. m.
to 12 m.
Nov. 10th at Brew er ton, in Sul
livan township, from 2 p. m. to 4
Nov. 1 Ith at Tumbling Shoals in
Sullivan township from 9 a in. to
Nov. nth at Goodgion's, in Dial
township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Nov. 12th at Dial church,in Dial
township, from 9 a. nl. to 12 m,
Nov. 12th at White's Store, in
Dial township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p.
Nov. 13th at Parson's Store, in
Young's township, from 9 a m. to
2 p. m.
Nov. 14th at Youngs Store, in
Youngs township, from 9 a. m. to
Nov. 14th at Pleasant Mound, in
Youngs township, from 2 p. m. to
4 p. m.
After lie 14th day of Nov. the
Trcasurei i> ollicc will be open at
Laurens (J. H., S. C, for the col
lection of saul taxes until the 15th
of Dec. 1891. vThe tax levy for
.Laurens county for the fiscal year is
State tax 4'J mills.
(bounty tax 2? mills. ?
K nil road tax 3^ mills.
School tax 2 mills.
Tota) \^'\ mills.
Poll tax $1.00.
pecial levy for school in the city
ol Laurens 2X mills.
J. D. MOCK,
Treasurer, L. C.
Children Cry for Pitcher^jCastor!?,
of all in livening PowjfcwfFc & GcVt Report, Aug. Bfr 882a.
While walking the streot,
Not looking much noat,
Was only in soared
or smoothing to oat.
Fish I louud
In various lot,
For an applo I asked
With one rotton spot.
Tlio storo-koopor snhl
'Twas throo for a nick,
And at that price
1 thought I would kick.
'Twas a present I thought
For my littlo baby boy,
Tho prido of my lifo,
My own heart's joy.
With all duorcspoct
To tho merchants in town,
I llngorod my nick
And walked on down.
To myself 1 decided
'Twas quito B small tiling
Hut bo's got tho last nick
From mo I'll bo ding.
.... . . r?0K Man<
Published by request.
NA Household Remedy g
ron all 5
BLOOD andSKift 2
\ Botanic Blood Barm
A i* CitriXl SCROFULA. ULCEHS, SALT
? IV SfWMngg RHEUM. ECZEMA, every
4 form of malignant SKIN ERUPTION, be
A sides being efficacious In toning up tho
.. system and restoring tho constitution.
? whon Impaired from any cause. Its
J almost supernatural healing properties
justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
. directions aro followed.
t SENT FREE ?bJ5*W?od??.
f) BLOOD HALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
DO YOU WANT A
Set of Harness?
If so go where you can get them
Who occupies three stories on the
north west corner of the Square.
Plows, Cutlery, Nails, Rope,
JB?rting? Ha) aess
Leather in endless variety.
NO AXES TO GRIND
but grindstones and axes to sell.
Oils and mixed paints of the best
quality at prices low as the lowest.
l SELL FOR CASH ONLY.
J. J. ROWLAND,
Hardware and Harness House.
Laurens, Oct. 5, 1891.
N 0 T I C E
OF SETTLEMENT AND AP
PLICATION FOR FINAL
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will, on the 15th day
of Dec. 1891, at Laurens C. II. S.
C,, at the oflice of John M. C lardy,
Judge of Probate, and by bis per
mission, settle the estate of John
Jones Sr., deceased, and at the
same time apply for a final dis
All creditors of said estate will
render at said time an account of
their demands, duly attested, or be
forever barred, and all persons in
debted to said estate must settle 011
or before said date.
W. M. GARRETT,
Nov. 10, 1891 4t Administrator.
FOR SAbll or KICNT.
A valuable heuso and lot on the Jersey
side. Lot contains 21-5 aoros frosh land
wbicli is in a high state of cultivation.
.Splendid two story dwelling containing
six rooms. Good WOll Of water, OtO. For
furtber Information apply to
FOR SALE?A small farm (80 acres)
just outsido the corporate limits of the
Oity oi Laurens. This farm is in a high
State of cultivation. Jlas good dwell
ing, line well of wator and splendid
young orchard. For particulars call on
FOR SALE?Vnluablo real estato in
tho oity of Laurens, viz: Throo elegant
building lots located in front of tho Fe
male Collogo. Thoso aro without doubt
among the most tlesirablo lots in the
city. Offered at a bargain.
Also a splendid residence on Irby Hill
convenient to the business portion of
tho city as well as to tho schools and
churches. Lot containing 0110 aero. Tho
building has olovon rooms. There Is
also a good two-room servant, houso,
stablo and garden attached and a pure
well of wator bosldos a splendid young
orchard and llowor yard. Parties S?ck
ing a bargain In Lnurons real estato
should call on J, M. 11 \ .mi-ton, 11. R, A.
A. VALUBLE HOUSE and LOT
on Irby Hill. This Lot fronts on
two streets, and contains one acre.
Building two story with eight
rooms and two balls. Good well
and splendid garden. Ofl'orod at a
bargain. J. AI. Hampton.
T. E. TODD,
Insurance and Kcal Kstatc Agent.
ltoprosonts fivo of tho host and most
responslnlo FIRE Insuranco Companion
and tho largest capital stock LIFE In?
suraneo Company In tho world. Will
REAL BSTATE FOR SALE.
One lot, half aero fronting on Main st.,
containing 2K acros, half mllo went of
Alao 75 acro? of land, all In tbo incor
poratlon. for aalo at reasonable prices.
Sopt. 11, 18l?l-3m.
For scrofula in every form Hood's
Snrsaparilla is a radical, reliable
remedy. It lias an unequalled rec
ord of cures.
PORT ROYAL & WESTERN
in EFFECT JULY 5, 1891.
75tb Meridian Tliuo.
SOUTH BOUND?Main Link.
?8 20 p m to 40 a ni
?1 26 pin I? 23 a in
" Enoree 4 40 p m 9 05 a in
" Laurons 6 15 p m
" Waterloo r> 4? p m
" Coronaoa t> on p in
" Groenwood 025 pm
"Anderson 810 pm
" MoGormtok 7 40 j> m
Ar Augusta 10 00 p m
M Savannah (I CO a in
"Jacksonville 1200 N
NORTH HOUND?Main Link.
Lv Jacksonville *110 p m
" Augusta 7 '20 a in
" MoOormlok i)33am
" Qroenwood 10 45am
"Coronaoa 1103 am
" Waterloo 11 24 a in
Ar Lau ions 11 55 a in
i. v i. aureus 1105 am 8 40 pin
Ar Enoree 1225pm 440pin
" Woodruff 1 05 j> in 5 20 p m
" Spartanburg 150 p m o 40 p m
NORTHBOUND?ouhkn vii.lk nitANOU
Lv Laurens *1210pm 16 30 am
Ar Grayuourt 12 40 p in 7 18 ii m
" Fountain Inn 12 5?.P in 7 55 u ni
" Blmpsonville i 07 p m s is a in
" Uroonvillo 1 .'15 p m 'J 20 R in
BOUT II SOUND.
Lv Uroonvillo 10 20 a m :t 00 p m
" Simsonvillo 10 PI u m 8 44 pin
M Fountain Inn 11 00 am 4 00 ,? in
" Grayoourt 1117 a m 4 26 p in
Ar I .aureus 11 40 a in 5 00 j) 111
?Daily. t Daily o.v. Sunday
Conneotlon made at Spartan burg with
S. and A. H. It. At Qroenwood with O.
& G, H. It. At Augusta with Georgia
Railroad lor tho west.
Tiokets on salo at Port Royal ?v Wost
orn C-aroiinaRailway depot for all points
at cheap through rates and baggage
chocked to destination.
For further Information relative to
Schedules, Rates, Host Route, olc, write
or call on
W. J. OR A IG, P. a.
son IIASS, T. M.
JAS. L, TAYLOR, G. P, A.
For mnpu, tlmo tahlosand cheap rates
Write to K. w. Hunt, T. P. a.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County or Laurens?Puo
David 0. Smith ns Administrator
of the personal estate of Sally
Smith, deceased, Plaintiff against
Jane Anderson et a). Defendants.
Pursuant to decree rendered in
above stated caso I will sell on
Salcsdayin December next, being
the 7th day of the month, during
tho legal hours of salo, at' public
outcry, to tho highest bidder the
following described real estate, to
wit: That tract of land in said
county and State containing oG;5
acres more or less bounded by 8a
ludu River, lands ol Benjamin
Owens, Joel A. Smith, Mary 0.
Smith, Sallie T. Richardson and
Maggie Smith, being part of the
real estate of which J. R. Smith
died seized and possessed, designa
ted as tract A. of a survey made by
O. L. Flke in tho case of James M.
Smith et al. VS. Mary O. Smith.
Upon tho premises is a largo brick
dwelling containing 10 rooms and
basement with other valuable im
Terms, one-third ensh, the re
mainder on a credit of one and two
years in equal installments with in
terest from tho day of sale, secured
by tho bond of tho purchaser and
a mortgage of tho premises; pur
chaser to pay for papers.
JNO. M. CLAUDY,
Judge of Probate L. 0.
Real Estate, Stock,
Tho following stock.1 for sale:
20 shares Peoplo's Loan and lOxchongO
Bank; 13 shares Oil and Fertilizer Co.;
5 shares Canning Factory; 10 shares
ItKAI, ESTATE roil BALK.
Store Ilouso on Public Square
Storo Ilouso at Mountville.
Uosuo and Lot on Main Stroot.
7:X acros on Harper Stroot. Will l>o
cut in tins size lots to suit purchasers.
House and Lot in Jorsoy, % acre,
4 lots in Jorsoy, aoro oaoh, only $50
HandsoinoRetldonco and231 aerosol'
lovol land at Mountville.
1521, acros unimproved on tho O. U. A
N. R. R.
10 acros at Mountville oloso to depot.
l!0 acros near Poplar Spring ohlll'ch.
115 aores improved near Clinton.
210 acres improved near Cross Hill.
250 acros unimpioyod near Cross Hill,
and other lauds in dlfferont parts of tho
county, which will ho described by call
ing at 1113' oflleo oyor Cooper and Blirn
slde Bros*' store.
Persons wishingollhoi to buy or soli
land, stocks, etc., will lind It to their in
terest to consult me. PrlOOS moderate
and terms easy. I will always tnko
ploasure In showing tho property in my
hands lor sale. K. M. CA INI:,
C E, BURNS & CO,
UNDER BUYERS AND UNDER SELLERS!
-DE ALK US IN
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery,
House Furnishing Goods,
Tin and Glassware,
IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE
walnut frame, with three drawers, and
drop loaf a bargain atl$16.00<
Furniture a specialty.
Special bargains In 8 dav clocks with
' , hour strike, walnut frame, *3.15 worth
*i?.(K?. Wo keen a full lino of watches,
jewelry, spectacles, banjos, violins and
harmonicas. Agents lor tho Cornish
Organ Company, liny from us and sayo
$10 to $00 On an organ.
Frosh conloetions, cigars and tobacco
always on band, Furniture a specialty.
Hluhost price paid lor cotton scod,
Wcduosdays and Saturdays at Harks
dalo, S. C. Oivousa call at our store*
noar Litti.k Knoii, s. ('.
L. E. BURNS & CO.
MINTER & JAMlESON
Window Fixtures, Etc.
OUR PRICES ARE
Lower than the Lowest.
Information to Iho public from
Wholesale and Retail
Will appear hero next week.
He will show his prices are in ac
cordance with the limes.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukkns,
Court of Common Pleas.
Ex parte C. M. Miller and Eloise
Shell petitioners in it; Creswell
Qarlington ns executor etc. of John
Garlington, plaintiff, against Lem
uel (J. Williams at til. defendants.
Pursuant to a decree rendered in
the abovo stated caso byJ. II. Hud
son I will seil on Salcsday in Dec.
next, tho samo being the 7th day of
lite mouth, at Lattrens Court House
South Carolina, during legal hours
of sale, at public outcry,lo the high
est bidder: all that lot or parcel of
land situated in snid county and
.Slate in the City of Lnurons con
taining.one-lmlf of ono acre more
or less and hounded by lands of
I'jlolso Sitoll, J). P. Goggnns, Stobo
D. Garliiigtoii and the Now berry
Terms cash; purchaser to pay
for papers. If terms of the sale are
not complied with the land will be
resold at the risk of I ho former pur
chaser. J. Ii. WI1ARTON,
Nov. 0/91-It O.C. CP.
pat. aug. 26, 1891.
Gin Saw Shield
The army ol empty sleeves being
carried by poor unfortunates caused
by carelessness around Cotton Gins
arc greater than those caused by
the late war, but now that the in
ventive genius of man is fast sup
plying the long felt wants with ar
ticles that arc, to the human race, a
luxury and a protection there is no
excuse for accidents. As a protec
tion the most useful invention of
the nineteenth century is here
placed before the eye of the reader.
Eureka Gin Saw Shield
although very simple in construc
tion it is colossal in its protection,
and now that the price of this bar
rier of. protection is placed within
the reach of all, the owner of a
Cotton Gin that would not use them
is bidding defiance to accidents that
are always destructive and in many
instances prove fatal. The shields
are made of cast iron one under
each saw. They arc attached with
screws to a small bar of wood run
ning from one side of gin to the
other; there the bar is made secure
by two right angle castings, the
shields in no way interfere with
falling motes or working of the gin.
Retail price, including end easting:;
bar and screws, only o* cts. per saw.
In addition every one ordering a set
will receive for twelve months the
Southern Cultivator and Dixie
farmer. This valuable agricul
tural journal is published at At
lanta, Gn., each edition contains
articles of much value to the far
mer. Agents wanted in every
comity in the Cotton Stales for the
EUREKA GIN SAW SHIELD
Write for special terms to agents.
Don't be afraid to take hold. No
set speeches required because
it Sells rtseir
The public are invited to examine
the set oil exhibition at Wesley
Washington's Shop. Shields may
be found on sale at 11?YD &
HART'S Hardware store. For
W. S. Killingsworth,
WHO SELL HARDWARE?
BOYD & HART
Are leaders with the Largest Slock and the Lowest prices. Our
arc the centers of trade in STOVES and HARDWARE of all descrip
tions for Liiurcnsnnd surrounding counties.
TO OUR FRIEND THE FARMER
WO ?fter every tool or implement which they can Hud of use. We
carry always u full line of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc.
We Sell a Pure Articles in White Lead
and only the Best En stem Linseed Oil. Guns, ammunition and loaded
shells. Just received a Cur Load of Terra Cotta piping at lowest prices.
Engine Fittings, Iron Piping, Rubber Packing,
Rubber and Leather Helling of the best quality. Get our prices.
BOYD &c H-AJR/TV Xja/ULreris. S. O.
To Visitors to the Fair
Who may be interested in
Machinery and Vehicles.
Owing to ft heavy press of construction work we will not be able to
make our usual exhibit 'his year. Tins will give our competitors a
chailCC to get some premiums, but if you will call at our Warehouse,
near the Union PassengerDopot, we will show you some of the
Machinery, Buggies, Wagons, Etc.
which would have thrown everything else in the shade if it had been
exhibited as it has always been done before. Come and sec.
W. H. GIBBS, JR. & CO
Be S3\ix?e slxxcX Attend, tlxe
GRAND CLEARING SALE OF
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
-A.t Davis, Rqper <Sc Go's.
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED^ THIS PART OF THE STATE.
My enormous stuck of staple and fancy
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY BOOTS
SHOES, OLOTHlf?Q, EIS.
arc arriving daily by express and freight. I nni olVcring them at prices
far below all past times.
DRESS GOODS in all the latest shades. Staple and fancy
Dry Goods and Notions of every description.
I have the latest styles; the finest quality: the utmost variety all
combined by mc to make one mighty effort lor trade. Come around
and inspect ami criticise ami you will find fair dealing and dollars saved
to those who patronize me.
A thoroughly first class stock of Millinery composing quality ami
elegance of FALL and WINTER S'H LES. This department is
presided over by Miss EoiTii Tali, of 13 re assisted by Mits.J. D.
Adams ami Miss Mary Rivkus of Laur? n .
Our Shoe Department is complete v/ilh ihe best makes and latest
styles and at prices defying comp? lilion.
A choice selection of Clothing, Men's "urni: hing Goods, lials, Um
brellas, Collars, Culls, Tics, etc., embracing all the latest styles.
Conic in and see what pleasure, satisfaction und economy there is in
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"We oangive you lo?Ltor goods
and Lower 3?rtoes Lli?*,n any
otlie^r coi'ioera in Tliet\xr?ns
HEADQUARTERS . DRUGS,
Patent JMe< lieincs,
Cheraica Is, Pain I s,
Patent Meciiciiie? Toilet Articles,
WE PRACTISE MfHAl i REACH*
ist. We ai'o always glad to see- you.
2d, No trouble to .show goods.
3rd. If you doil'l see what yott wan I U 1 it.
4th. Lowest cash price. ? for best gooil made.
5U1. A full assortment alv.vays 011 hand.
6ih. To please our customo.-s is our gren t pica 111 0 and delight.
DOWN WITH HKH1 PRICES.
Wo realize that to soli goods this fall wc h ave got to give the beet
quality for very little money. Wo have all g\>' little money and It
intlSt and will go a lung ways ifyotl will only l>ny you* goods at the
right place ami at ihe right prices.
HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU FOR LOW.
A Roman's genuine penitentiary button ho guaranteed lull stock
all leather or no pay only $100. Same in lace for <;oc.
Erf?ll slock high cut men'., brogan $1.00.
Riebest all wool leans full weight 25c,
We haven limitc/J stock of our popular brand and style of Kerseys
that we bad such l'nge sales ol' la I iCSlSOIl that WO will again Sell at
our establishment price 50c.
Standard cnlic?ocs, piece 10 to 15 yards, b) piece only ^e per yard,
Calicoes in hv ndlcs ;il J",c |>cr bundle Ol' pound.
We have I If JNDREDS4 OF OTHER SUCH BARGAINS but ou?'
space will an ly allow the mention of these few.
Rcmembcj wo are selling first cln is
Sewing Machines and OlooiCs
at ICS's than half what an agent would charge yon for the same.
J.C). O. Flenj ing Co