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W.W. HA KI;,
lAuKKNH, N. ()., Nov. 2lth, 1K!M.
Will tho Legislature take some
action looking to tho adoption of
tho Australian ballot law ?
What Is the uso talking about
prohibition whon oven the times
When crops nro short long faces
aro tho fashion. Peoplo must
Strotch something to mnke ends
' With tho proposition from tho
Secretary of Stato Tlndal to create
tho ofllco of llsh Commissioner bub
bles up tho question whether it is
intended to bond ovor tho job to
tho Columbia Register? Tho Gov
ernor must havo fish.
Wo hope the Legislature will re
frain from tho fantastic in electing
a chief justice. Tho Stato wants a
genuine lawyer at tho head of its
Judiciary. Sounding brnss and affa
bility aro not wanted becauso thoy
aro not needed.
Tho Greenville Nows thinks that
"our present election law is good
onough anil that it secures the su
premacy of tho democratic party
legally and peacefully and that Is
all wo want.'-' It is just as woll to
remombcr that it does not insure
tho supromacy of the democratic
party and that Polk is liable to
cross the border at any moment.
Tho Herald has ontorod its forty
sixth year. Tho pioneer ihLaurens
journalism fully maintains its
character as ono of tho best county
papers in South Carolina. Tho
Adveutiskh finds tho Herald
agreeable company and hopes to
Jog along with its respected neigh
bor to a t'.n?? when there is a bet
ter chonco for both to grow fat
thau the present.
It is tho rulo of the ADVERTISER
to print any correspondence sent
us nccompanicd with tho name of
tho writer and likely to be of in
terest, if couched in lunguago that
does not violate common proprie
ties and space permits. But in no
case nro wo responsible for tho ex
pressions of correspondents and tho
fact of their publication does not
commit us as In sympathy with
them, Our rcgulur correspondents
are of great assistance to us in
.gathering and giving the nows.
lu Charleston thirteen hundred
polls nro taxed, while tho number
liable is estimated at eight thous
and. Newspapers and Stato Super
intendent May field aro concerning
themselves about tho mutter. Gen
tlemen should remember that all
polls over fllty aro exempt and in
habitants of tho old "city by the sea"
aro veterans in many things. Some
tenderness is due to gentlemen as
well as ladies in a delicate matter
like the present.
ILoies are bard. It is a deplorable
js of/f??d stuffs
g the spring and summer,
low price of cotton and tho
tort crop have, brought about a
ndltlon of affairs which Is, from a
Amparativo stimdpoinr, distress
ing. The bad stattet)f things is bc
\Aj fplt most heavily by the poorest
r people, mop who do not own
who havo rio cjTpital, who are
'jtnpelled t? give Hens and who
depend entirely for the support of
themselves and their families on
the crops they make. The large
farmers and landlords will suffer
too, but theif misfortunes will be
lighter than those ot any other
class. Very few of them will clear
any money, and many of them will
lose, but in the main they will bo
able to pay their bank notes and
othor floating indebtedness. After
tho laborers, while and black, mer
chants and business men aro most
seriously embarnssed. To the
dealers in bacon, corn, shoes, cloth,
spades, hoes, mules and every
othor necessary, thousands of dol
lars aro owing which will never
be paid; simply becauso it has not
been and could not bo dug out of tho
ground. Merchants, stock dealers,
physicians, lawyers, newspaper
men, and even preachers with tho
farmers must suffer loss togother.
Whilo thero is no remedy for it;
there is a way by which tho un
happy situation can bo in part re
moved. It is for ovory debtor,
liMvovcr poor, to muko an earnest
eiwt to pay a part, as much as ho
frjjr overy creditor in tho
egroe, to exercise all possi
Tho kiggoslion h< not original
wilh thOxAnv^fi'risKK, but it is
on? ihftty^it to suggest itself to
fver/Tnie man who would do as
Vould'lie done by.
The use of Ayer's Snnntparilla
rifles the blood, stimulates the
?retion:', und Imparts new life
(1 vi-im I o every .function of tho
nearly half a century
hit i remained as liie liest bleed
dh'ino ever discovered. Bo
ivinced by a trial.
nor git! while climbing
ins or bathing in the
ids o? the seashore, should curry
th het a box of old Saul's Ca
'f? Guro. It. is invaluable for
id in the head.
errert to \
Thursday Is Thanksgiving day.
The Lord of the Harvest has not
aeon fit to beetow upon His people
tho plenty which in more favored
years makes the day a time for
gratitude expressing Itself In exul
tation and generous festivities, but
tho numberless blessings which
mako our country the* happiest on
earth havo not been denied. We
are not cursed with war or revolu
tion as ore they of Brazil, nor
ore wo driven to desporation by
tyranny or menaced by starvation
liko tho Russian peasant and Jew.
There Is everything to. Cheer and
inspire us to renewed efforts.
Wnllo not authorized to mako
and posltivo or other announce
ment, tho a i >v i;ktis i; it feels justi
fied in saying that Oovomor Till
man will decline another term.
Huch Is tho necessary inferonce.
Oov. TiiiMian only accepted office,
bocause he was the only man with
the "brain" and ??norvo" to lead
tho movement to success. As ho
has himself noised abroad for
years, private life has unusual at
tractions for him. Ho must now
feel that his mission is accom
plished and since all tho coat tail
swiugors are about provided for, it
Is tlmo to beg relief from tho bur
dens of tho chief magistracy and
rotlro to tho lighter ones of a Clem
son trusteeship. The ' brain" and
"norvo" ingredients have firmly
established tho movement in power
and various prominent citizens,
already high in the line of promo
tion, and just too able for anything,
aro waiting with tho gall and
cheek requisite to take their
Tho Importance of purlfylnrj tho blood can
not bo overestimated, for without puro blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every ono needs a
good mcdlplno to purify, vitalize, and enrich
tho blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's
;-, [;?,, Sarsaparllla. It strengthens
fr'GCUIIcir ami builds up tho system,
creates an appetite, and tonc3 tho digestion,
w'.illo It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
ot tho VOgotnblO remedies used glvo to
Hood's Sarsaparllla pcoul? T.-. E tc^If
lar curntlvo powers. No ? V ll?dl
other medicine has euch a record of wonderful
cures. It you havo made up your mind to
buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo induced to*
take any other instead. It Is a Peculiar
Medicine, and i3 worthy your confidence
Hood's SarsftparUla is sold by all druggists.
Prepared Ly C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
SOO Dosos Ono Dollar
Office of County Treasurer, )
Laurens, C. H. 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, for
the fiscal year commencing Nov.
ist, 1890, and remain open until
the second day of NoV. 1891.
After the second day of Nov. I
will attend the following named
places for the collection of said
taxes, y 'z:
Nov. 3d at Tylcrsville, in Scuf
iletovvn township, from 10 a. m.'to
2 p. in.
Nov. 4th at Joseph Duncan's
Store, Jacks township, from 9 a.
m. to 11 a. m.
Nov. 4 at R. Y. H. Bell's, store in
Jacks township, from 1 p. M. to 4
Nov. 5th at Clinton, in Hunter
township, from 9 a. m. to 12 m,
Nov. 5th at Goldvillc, 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 town ship, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
Nov. 10th at B. L. Henderson's,
in \Vaterl90 township, from 9 a. m,
to 12 m.
Nov. 10th at Brcwcrton, in Sul
livan township, from 2 p. m. to 4
Nov. 1 Ith at Tumbling Shoals in
Sullivan township, from 9 a m. to
Nov. iith at Goodgion's, m Dial
township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Nov. 12th at Dial church, in Dial
township, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Nov. 12th at White's Store, in
Dial township, from 2 p. m. to 4 p.
No\ ? "th at Parson's Store, in
Youn^ 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 the 14th day of Nov. the
Treasurer's office will he opon at
Laurens C. H-, S. C, for the col
lection of sa'ul taxes until the 15th
of Dec. 1891. The tax levy for
Laurens county for the fiscal year is
State tax 4$ mills.
County tax 2*} mills.
Railroad tax 3? mills.
jfchool tax 2 mills.
Abtnl 12$ mills.
Poll tax $1.00.
Special levy for school in the city
of Laurens 2 ', mills.
J. D. MOCK,
Treasurer, L. C.
Sept. 26, 1891-tf.
Highest of ?dl in livening Pow*&*? tfc ?> Gor?t Report, Aug. tfcsSSS
ABSOLUTE I* PURE
\ Mt. Gallagher.
Mr.;. Sue Books has movod to
Coronaca. Miss Emma Olardy
wlll live with her
On last Thursday night at tho
reaidpnce of the bride's father, Mr.
B. L. Owings, Mr. Willis Bolt was
married Miss Mamie Owings, ttov.
J. B. Parrott, olliciating. Tho
groom was dressed in a handsome,
suit of black. Tho bride wore a
cream cashmore, ornamented with
ribbon and flowers.
Willis Washington will move up
near Poplar next year, also O. O.
Mrs. Nannie Taylor will move
up near Mt. Bethel.
It is reported that Mr. Henry
Cooper will movo down near Wat
erloo next yoar. Jim.
A Household R?inStty 2
9 Bote?ie Blood Mm
i It Tlis-ocr SCROFULA, ULCERS, EALT ^
9 It RHEUM. ECZEMA, every
9 form of malignant SKIN ERUPTION, bo- <$>
a Sides being eriicnclous In fonlr.g up tho a
Z system and restoring the constitution, i
F when Impaired from any cause. Its
if almost supernatural healing properties
*,? Justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
\ directions are followed.
9 SENT FREE ?n??r.,.
t) BLOOD ?ALM 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,
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.
?r I SELL FOB CASH ONLY.
J. J. ROWLAND,
Har<1 vare and Harness House.
FOR QA.JLE or RENT.
A valuable house and lot on thoJorsoy
sldo. Lot contains 21*6 aores fresh land
which is in a high stato of cultivation.
Splendid two story dwelling containing
six rooms. Good well of water, etc. For
furthor information apply to
FOR SALE?A small farm (:?0 acres)
Just outside the corporate limits ol the
City ol Laurons. This farm is in a high
stato of cultivation. Jias good dwell
ing, lino woll of wVtor- and splendid
young orchard. For ' irtloulars call on
FOlt SALI']?Valuable roal estato in
tho city of Laurons, vi/.: Threo elegant
building lots tocatcil in front of tho Fe
male College. Thoso are without doubt
among tho most dosirablo lots in tho
city. Ollorod at a bargain.
Also a splondld residence on Irby Hill
convenient to tho business portion of
tho city as well as to tho schools and
churches. Lot containing ono aero. Tho
building has olovon rooms. Thoro is
also a good two-room servant houso,
stablo and garden attached and a pure
weil of water besides a splonditl young
orchard ami flower yard. Parties sook
ing a bargain in Laurons roal estate
should call on J. M . Hami'Ton, It. E. 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 halls. Good well
and splendid garden. Offered at a
bargain. J. M. Hampton.
T. E. TODD,
Insurance and Real Estate Agent,
Represents llvo of tho host and most
responsible FIRE Insurance Companies
and tho largest capital stock LIFE In
surance Company in tho world. Will
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Ouo lot, half aero fronting on .Main st.,
containing2% acres, half miio west of
Also 75 acres of land, all In tho incor
poration, for salo at roasonablo prices.
All persons indohted to mo either
by noto or account are earnestly
requested to mako payment of
samo on or before Novomber 1st.
as longer Indulgence cannot bo
given. I have waitod long enough
and must colloct. W. L. BO YD.
Oct. 5tb, 'Dl-3m.
By loavo of tho Court of Probato
I 'will settlo the estate of J. VV.
Watts, doe'd, in tho Probato olllco
on the 12th of Dec. next and ask for
a discharge as administrator.
Jno. Gary Watts,
Oct. 80,'pi.-It Atlm.
P' BBBllI I ?Wrt lof?lili??,wli.n vtf lt.. r '???. Anjt
Ml VIVIss I f.i.o r.n do lh. ?.'k, I'.?/ lol.cm.
We fuml?h???*jrlMnir. W? ??rl yon. No ti.k. You c.n <l?vot?
?oof fP.ro Monimi?, < f ill your time to IIi. work. IMt It ?n
Vnllf?l?rnwl??j/>na brli r? womlnfot ?iicr?..lof?trr wnktr.
llrrlnnrr, ?r. Mining from S'J? ?o sso p.'.vok .nil iipw.nl?,
en<t im>r>- ?fler ? Hill? eip.rlmc. We e?n nirot.h r"" '*"
Ufer?ftUtoe ?HKS. TKUB AtJO,, Altiim,
PORT ROVTAL & WESTERN
in'EFFECT JULY 5, 1891.
76th Meridian Time.
SOUTH BOUND?Main Link.
IjV Spartanburg ?8 20pm tO 40 a m
" woodruff 4 25 p in |8 28 a m
Knoroo 4 45 p m 1) 05 a in
" Laurens 5 15 p m
" Waterloo (5 40 p m
M Coronaoa 0 00 p in
u Greenwood 0 25 p in >
Andursou . 8 15 p m
MoCormlok 7 40 p m
Ar Augusta 10 00 p m
M Sa vannah 6 00 a m
"Jacksonville 1200 N
nohth bound-main link.
Lv Jacksonville *110 p m
"Savannah 1130 pm
M Augusta 7 20 a m
'* MoOormiok 988am
Groonwood 10 45 a m
M C'oronaca 11 03 a in
" Waterloo 11 24 a in
Ar Laurons 11 55 a m
Lv Laurens 11 55 a m 3 40 p m
Ar Fmoreo 12 25 p m 4 45 p in
" Woodruff 1 05 p ni 5 20 p m
" Spartanburg 1 50 p m 0 45 p m
NORTH BOUND?o kk kn ville d a arc h
Lev Laurens *12 15 p m to 30 a m
Ar Graycourt 12 40 p m 7 18 a m
" Fountain Inn 12 66 i? in 7 55 a m
SimpsonvUle 107 p m 8 is a in
"Groonvillo 135pm * 0 20 a m
Lv Groonvillo 10 20 am 3 00pm
M Sinisonvillo 10 49 am 3 44 pm
" Fountain Inn 1100 am 4 00 pm
" Graycourt 11 17 a m 4 20 p m
Ar Lnurons 11 10 a m 5 00 p in
?Daily. t Daily ox. Sunday
Connection made at Spartanburg with
S. and A. R. It. At Groonwood with O.
<t G. lt. K. At Augusta with Georgia
Railroad lor tho west.
Tickots on sale at Port Royal A West
ern Carolina Railway depot for all points
at choap through rates and baggage
checkod to destination.
For f'urtbor information rolativo to
Schedules, Ratos, Best Route, etc., write
or call on
W. J. ORAIG, P. A.
SOL hass. T. M.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, G. P, a.
For maps, timo tables and ohoap rates
write to R. W. Hunt, T. P. A.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurens?Pko
David C Smith as Administrator
?of tho personal estate of Sally
Smith, deceased, Plaintiff against
Jano Anderson et al. Defendants.
Pursuant to decree rendered in
above stated case I will sell on
Salesday ln December next, being
tho 7th day of tho month, during
tho legal hours of sale, at public
outcry, to tho highest bidder the
following described real estate, to
wit: That tract of land in said
county and State containing 308
acres more or less bounded by Sa
luda River, lands of Benjamin
Owens, Joel A. Smith, Mary 0.
Smith, Sallio T. Richardson and
Mnggio Smith, being part of tho
real estate of which J. R. Smith
died seized and possessed, designa
ted as tract A. of a survey made by
C L. Fiko In the case of James M.
Smith ct al. vs. Mary C. Smith.
Upon tho premises is a largo brick
dwelling containing 10 rooms and
basement with other valuable im
Terms, one-third cash, tho re
mainder on a credit of ono 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 the premises; pur
chaser to pay for papers.
If terms uro not complied with
on day of sale, to bo resold at pur
chaser's risk. Purchaser has priv
ilege of paying tho whole bid in
JNO. M. CLARDY,
Judge* of Probate L. C.
Real Estate, Stock,
Tho following stocks for sale:
20 shares People's Loan and Exchange
Bank; 13 shares Oil and Fertilizer Co.;
5 shares Canning Factory j lo shares
UBAIj ESTATE von SALE.
Store House on Public Square.
Storo ilotiHO at Mountvillo.
Ilosuo and Lot on Main Street.
7;Y acres on JIarpor Streot. Will ho
cut in tho sizo lots to suit purchasers.
House and Lot in Jersoy, % aero,
4 lots in Jorsoy, aero oach, only $50
Handsome Resldoneo and 231 acrosof
level land at Mountvillo.
152J-,' acres unimproved on tho G. C. tfc
N. R. R.
10 ncros at Mountvillo closo to depot,
00 acres near Poplar Spring church.
116 acres improvod near Clinton'.
240 acres Improved noar Cross mil.
250 ncros uninipioyed noar Cross Hill,
and other lands in dillbrent parts of tho
county, which will bo doscribed by coll
ing at my ?offlce oyor Oooper.and Bnrn
sldo Bros.' storo.
Persons wishing elthor to buy or soil
land, stocks, ote., will hud it to tholr in
torost to consult me. Prices moderato
and torms ousy. I will always take
pleasure In showing tho proporty in my
hands lor sale. E, M. CAIN10,
UNDER BUYERS AND UNDER SELLERS!
-DE ALE US IN
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery,
House Furnishing Goods,
Tin and Glassware.
IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE
walnut framo, with throo drawers, and
drop loaf a bargain at $10.00.
Furniture a specialty.
Special bargains in 8 clav ('locks with
W hour strike, walnut frame, ?3.15 worth
?0.00. Wo koop a lull lino Ol watehos,
jowolry, spectacles, banjos, violins mid
harmoniens. Agents lor tho Cornish
Organ Oofnpany. Buy from us and sayo
?10 to ?50 on an organ.
Fresh confections, cigars and tobaooo
alwayn on hand. Furnlturo ? specialty.
Glvo us a oall at our storo noar Littm;
Knoh, S. O. .
L. E. BURNS & CO.
MIINTER & JAMIESON
Window Fixtures, Etc.
OUR PRICES ARE
Lower than the Lowest.
Information to the public from
Wholesale and Retail
Will appear here next week.
He will show bis prices arc in ac
cordance with the times.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukhns,
Court of Common Picas.
Ex parte C. M. Miller and Eloisc
Shell petitioners in re Oreswoll
Garlington nsoxeeutor etc. of John
Garlington, plaintiff, against Lern
uol G. Williams ot al. defendants.
Pursuant to a decree rendered in
the above statedcaso byJ.H. Hud
son I will sell on Sa)o8day in Dec.
next, the same being tho7th day of
the month, at Laurons Court House
South Carolina, during legal hours
of sale, at public outcry,to the high
est bidder: all that Inter parcel of
land situated in said county and
Stale in the City of Laurens COn
talning one-half of one acre more
or less ;?i;d bounded by lands of
Kioisc Shell, D. P. Goggans, Stobo
D. Garlington and the dewberry
Terms cash; purchaser to pay
for papers. If terms el tin; sale are
not complied with the land will bo
resold at, tlie risk, of the former pur
chaser. .1. II. WIIARTON,
Nov. 0,'OI- lt O. C. 0. P.
N 0 T 1 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 ofHcoof John M. Clardy,
Judge of Probate, and by his 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
vender at said lime an account of
their demands, duly attested, or be
forever barred, and all persons in
debted to said estate must settle on
or before said date.
W. M. OARRETT,
Nov. 10, iSyi 4t Administrator.
^ ^^^^^^^^^^ I
pat. aug. 25, 1891.
Gin Saw Shield
The army oi empty sleeves being
carried by poor unfortunates caused
by carelessness around Cotton Gins
are 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 are, 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 thatrthe 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
arc made of cast iron one under
each saw. They are 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 castings
bar and screws, only ? 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, Ua., each edition contains
articles of much value to the far
mer. Agents wanted in every
conntv in the Cotton Stales for the
EUREKA GIN SAW SHIELD
Write lor special terms to agents.
Don't be afraid to take hold. No
set speeches required because
it ?ells Itself*
Tiefe public arc invited to examine
the set on exhibition at Wesley
Washington's .Shop. Shields may
be found on sale at BOYD &
HART'S Hardware store. For
W. S. Killingsworth,
Of Settlement Ami Final Dis
Ry permission of Hon. John jr.
CInrdy, Judge of Probate, for the
County of Laurens, in the State of
South Carolina, we will on the ISlh
day of December, 1801, at his office
at Laurens C. H. S. C, settle the
estate of R. R. Blakoly, deceased,
and apply for a llnal discharge as
administrators of said estate.
All persons holding claim.s
I against said estate will provo th',m
on said day and all persons indebt
ed since make payment en or be
fore that timo.
vv. B. OWE'ms.
W. E. OwTjNS,
Nov. lcyoi-iU. Administrators
WHO SELL HARDWIRE?
' boyd & umr
Arc leaders with the Largest Stock and the Lowest prices*. Out
arc tho centers of frdde in STOVES and HARDWARE, of all descrip
tions lor [/wrens and surrounding counties. r
TO OUR FRIEND THE FARMER
we ofl'er every tool or implement which they can find of use. VVc
carry always a full line of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc. ?
We Sell a Pure Articles in White Lead
and only the liest Enslcrn Linseed Oil. Guns, ammunition and loaded
shells. Just received a Car Load of Terra Cotta piping at lowest prices.
Engine Fittings, Iron Piping, Bjubber Packing,
Rubber and Leather Ilching of-the best quality. Get our prices.
BOYD <Sc H-AJR/T. Xjaurena- S. O.
Be Sure stud -A.ttencaL tue
GRAND CLEARING SALE OF
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, H?TS
-A-t iDsirvis, HR,oip?:r ?&, Co7s.
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN THIS PART OF THE STATE.
My enormous stock ot' staple and fancy
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY BOOTS
shoes, mjmmm, etc,
are arriving daily by express and freight. I am ottering them at prices
far below all past times,
DRESS GOODS in all the latest shades. Staple and fancy
Dry Goods and Notions of ever)' description.
I have the latest styles; the finest quality; the utmost variety all
combined l>y me to make one mighty effort for trade. Come around
Und inspect and criticise and you will find fair dealing and dollars saved
to those who patronize me.
A thoroughly fust class stock of Millinery composing quality and
elegance of FALL and WINTER STYLES. This department is
presided over by Miss Editji Tall of Baltimore assisted l>y Mus.'J. D.
Adams and Miss Mary Ri\ rats of Laur< ns.
Boots and Shoos.
Our Shoe Department is complete with the best makes and latest
styles and at prices defying competition. *
A choice selection of Clothing, Men';- Furnishing Goods, 1 iats, Um
brellas, Collars, Cutis, Ties, etc., embracing all the latest styles.
Come in and see wha.t pleasure, satisfaction and economy there is in
ILisnjironS' ?3- O.
We can. give you 'foetrte]'' goods
a/raci Lower Prioes tb.an any
OLLYe^r Cionoern in 7^a/u.reris
HEAD QU AKTERS FOE mtUGS,
Ptttciat M eines.
Paten iVEedicin.es. Toilet Articles,
Wc, practise wha1 ws preach.
ist. We arc always glad to see you.
L'd. No trouble to show goods.
3rd- If you don't see whal you waul ask for n.
,|th. Lowest casli prices for l>est goods made.
c;tlir A full assortment always on hand.
6th. To please our customers is our greatest pleasure and delight.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
We realize that to sell goods this fall we have got to give the liest
quality fof very little money. Wc have all got !>ut little money audit
must and will go along ways if you will only Ini) your goods at the
right place and at the right prices.
HOW DOES TB1IS STRIKE YOU FOR LOW.
A woman's genuine penitentiary luif(i<:i shoe guaranteed full Block
all leather or no pay only $IOO, Sann- p) lace for (JOC,
A full stock high Ctll nu n's brogun > t.orjP '
The liest all wool Joans full weight, 25c,
Wc have a limited stock of our pbpil lar brand and style of Koiscys
that we had such large sales of last bc< iSOll that vvo will ngaill soil at
our establishment price 50c
Standard CaHcOC8, piece 10 to 15 ytlfi Is, by piece only 5c per yard.
Calicoes in bundles at 25c per buiulU or pound.
We have HUNDREDS OF ?THEJ !r*3UCI] BARGAINS but our
space will only allow the m ?? ion of til 08,0 few.
Remember we are Helling riVSl class
Sewing Ivla.oitiirie's fxxicl OlooKTs
at less than half what au agen! u 01 ild charge yon for the same.
J.O.O- Plera ing&Co