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DRY GOODE'! IT'3
cotton hats considerably lowored ft
as on all faicy Dry Good,. Wo i
gootl-;, ul. wholn you hear our low\
fictivitls olvier is llld out to cath(l
OF CH A IE to evoryv onoho vio
Clothil from lsu to t he
prnI t thI (em1S
of cost, l114 if
- 'A / that 3
Alor i mot~
to be dc
THE DUNF I
Illuminate the r
. erring accura
Mon -Savinff Estab
A SNAP GAME !
W11n oll( (nsadrs Stead
lie hll)~ Ior of b'ar- tS ~ F
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ths oi;M,. My ho and eve
tleoy r all g,o1ille enormo
But Wo cauttion voin:
Don't sna1 at overy
e()M,r. Slckers will To lower t
bite---its true, but -1c.
rmier pric4 onL staphi as won Of all form(
impll)ly Isk that you see our A N
pricsO, 3ou will fill d that n0
ekors.' Rock B
CLOTH ING! COMPETIT(
Not to trado witi us
inl this line, m110an11s
Simply for yot FALL B
o I' O to 01pe1l
yourl pocket.hook aind
throw )'olr- 1110110
lwa v! Wo havo the
nods ad mymot The Enen
he sol.! lor ih next
30 DAYS Competi
Onto jilf., Shirt, 01nv throul
Pa1:r Sosp. .lers, 01no
Pair I 14)so and k-no1 Ilitt
w iit I w g %,i(1 ..O I tt.
ur1"hastes at sult ofr
amutof ,--1Ia ro
1e1t. are opportinities which ( OtherS W4ant.
CE IN A LIFE TIME ! h'en1 siek Or
olt 111, ent irt,e ino regardles
we havee i' I'zo, But ! Do not t
YOUrs at any Price ! As long the 1
ketheBoysHappy! 11(1 No.
Ts! I i.ATsB
question is, do you BD
one? If so, we know B e
'ou will not refuse a Do~ we Iincre
~OME TO US!AFa
Our P'rice by/ '. d eal to ~
LeverIy de'-eriptioni ati pr ices%li w hb
at pr'icesLi e
.' lia rd to leasTuisit omuers! I ICC
6:.1n or'deri tol makIe rO< m1 for
oll'er everyI' Tr',unk no0w i' o n. u an
Lis worthI 100) altonly .19c.
" $2.00 "' $.0
" '$.4 > " $2.0
uble stitched an
on earthefor th
y p ir I is ua rn(1teed
uble s 1)tiitc e r and
eamed l)i. The bdest dE
on earti fo 5.ekr thie' .
uiiSER !. I llSIME RY !oe 0.
b1 4 Arga I 'llH t )oo oilin r
... 10luelitott. 'dIeH war
b 9W' l1t o d ,i
.ut tbisack rihdo H'Olte,
wort 10. ilOur pice.
mixedt ri Fe, worsh S5i.
Mj'We aim toOpldas
and thi we do,even i
DON AND 1
>ath and point with un
cy to the world-famed
lishment in South Caro
ily growing in F
r increasing its
us outlet, is
ottom Prices I
)RS MUST FOLLOW
Y THE WAYSIDE
y of High Priced
tors, is known
ghout the Land
only "your hard-earned
in troiblu--let you go to
rou ble, i~or despair,
'e live will be here,
finn1ily "safe may fel.
ettner will stand by you i
ase the number of our
r and Square
rhite a,nd black,
4ie Best Goods _
within the a
all is the con-- "
m nof *'1
inator of High Prices.
Ladies'8SUrts, Waists ani Cajes,
In this depamrtment we
offe,r yonT bairgainsi beyond
the reh of all possHible
e.omnpItion. Every garment
is gu:aranrteed or money re
funade~d. Made by the most
skilifull workmen. Shirts
worth $2.i(0 our price $1.25.I
Waists from 25c. Upwards.
Ounr Piahb Cape aare the
miost )eabuti ful Capes4 in
stou sh t het native8.
0r8, Pipies, 8DOOll, Knies and Forksq
80, Tin Bllckets and 8111erg p__ _
lbe given, 0 any~0Io wh'o ca
LtetsI or (;opyright on the
rtisemient as originally
n h0.( Klonunr,
Beyond tho shadow of
doubt our low prices on
this line is the talk of the
11 Wool Coats worth $5 our prico $3 50.
xtra quality Mackintobhos worth $3.50 our
takes but little
To keep warm and dryl
We have jnst recelved a largre as
jortmeit of D,cnrated Plates.
Sws, Pitchets, MugA . 0PS and
Ri sticers, etc., at astonis-hinl'9Y 10w
Lampsl'.! Lantcrks! Lamp COlilYS al Lamp BRllcrs!
Tho ininoso selection in this departmont prevents us fron
ving a discription, sufficiont to say we have anything and vvery
img. We offer you Glass Lnmps rfron 5c. to 0c. Lant#rns worthb
c., onr price 42c. Lamp Chiimo'nys, all sizes, 0, 1 and 2- 5ets
ur 1lin0 of Glassware most be seen to b.~ appreciated.
.Purchiasing by the earloadr gi ves us the opportui-ygosa utr rcs
By steady and energetic efforts we
Lvo built up~ a1 sale on Shoes which on
les us to con trot the output of several
antifacturios. Our line ombraces'every
rding feature, and the prico we pur.
880 at ena$b1los us to uindersell all
Hand sowed Shoes worth $5, our price $1.97. Ladies Shoes
rth $2.50 our price $1.35. Children's Shoes in count less
rieties at prices that plenso overy enstomxer.
ir notion departmenit is comnpteto in every respect, ! Ladies
adervosts worth 500., our price 15c. Ties worth 500., onr price
c. Suspenders worth 25c., onr price 9o. Meun's Wool Hose
rth 40o., our priceol15c. Handkerchiofs wort,h 10c., our price
UXW00 other artIcles at equally low prices. Here is your
anQce nIot oursH 1
Anything and everything
Under the Sun.
Where Ad%ertstng PuId.
(Philadelphia North American.)
It pays to advertise. This is a
trite saying, but it is none the less
truthful because trite. Listen to the
reward which a Milford, Delaware
woman receives because she adver
tised. She was a widow sad and
lonely. When evening's shadows
fell she looked and longed for the
return of the husband of her bosom,
but he came not. And she sat down
to a cheerless supper, and compan
ionloss the evenings and the
mornings wore away. Thus it
might have gono on forever had
not the newspaper --the enlightoning
and civilizing agency-ccmo to her
assistance. She advertiset. And
why not? She was wasting her
charms on a desert household. Many
a gem of putest ray serene the dark,
unlorded, widowed households bear,
So she -advertised. And of the re.
plies there were seven basketfuls.
But as she only needed one, she ex
orcised care and judgment in the
assortment of replies, and, as a re
sult, there will shortly be a wedding
in Montana. In that far off State
another "sweeter self" was astray
he was a bachelor, and lis heart
yearned across the great American
desert to the spot where another
heart was yearning on full time
and with the aid of that civilizing
agency Cupid has again scored. The
bachelor has money; the widow has
experienco. What more is needed1?
May they be happy and instil in
their growing progeny the maxim
that it always pays to advertise.
The Seaboard Air Line has issued
this season three handsome illustrat
ad booklets, "Winter Excursions,"
"Southern Pines" and "Sportsman's
Guide." These.are now ready for
distribution and will he sent free
of cost to any addross. Their "Win
ter Excursions" gives full informa
tion in regard to Rates and Routes
to the best Winter Resorts in the
country. The "Sportsman's Guide"
is one of the handHomoSt and tnost
complete books of its kind ever seen
by us. Its make up is artistic froin
cover to cover and it contains not ou
ly information in regard to hunting
grounds, guides, dogs, Hotel rates,
&c., but a digest of the Game Laws
of the States covered by it and some
actual experiences of huntors along
the line of the Seaboard Air Line.
The "Southern Pines" booklet is also
very artistically gotten up, and the
information contained covers every
point. Any or all of these will be
mailed upon application to Mr. T. J.
Anderson, General Passenger Agent,
Portsmouth, Va. taf 5t
F'ortlflo ie hi,nrdm Ha*v'na AigaInst Kutn
Onea ipat,siah soldieurs.
Havana, November 10.-General
Blanco is in much fear of an out
break by the mutinous Spanish sol
diers and has stationed four regulars
armed with Mausers at every corner
Colonel Parro is throatoninjf He
declares that he wvill storm the palace
in Havana and demand that his
officers be paidl. B3lonco has defied
Parro to visit the city and takes the
precaution of fortifying the city and
the government buildings against
a j-ossible attack.
Scrofula, a Vile.
.Sorofuala is the most obstinatte of bleed ,
kroublea, and is often the result of an
kiherited taint in the blood. 8. 8.~8.
bs the only remedy whioh goes deep
iough to reach Serofuala;~ it forces ont
overy tree of the d@e,' and cures
the worst esees./
My son, oherlie, W Et#ette from inaney
With sorefela, and 1* dadored so that it was
impossi Mo 't dres it
for three years. Ja i
head and body Were a
man. of sores, kid his
a e e r e igt ws
Inad p1itable. I had
Slimost despaired of hi.
5wa~ speTo. A.
he hd im ove ment was rh result, and after
of hi. formi dr.a41 coni Aswudhv
ave heal,1 i eeot cea an
heagg,. an he 1 ben retor etD
80 oi est.,i Leen, Ila.
For reel blood trouble. It is a waste
of time to ernjest a cure from th doo
bor.. Bllood 'eses ar eodti
ikill- Swift .ipecite,
Meaeheu all deep-seated cases which
ther remedips have no effect upon. It
ls the only blood remedy guaranteed
purely vegetable, and Contains no pot
tuh, mercury, or bther mineral.
Booka maIled free to any address by.
3wift8pnnatan roi, Atas a
An apt old
w o M a n' s
work is never
is true of thu
ties and a
true of the
who work all
day ii factor
ie,q and stores
and half the
clothes or sewing for otherstepatch mut a
meagre income. Women who are too
much on their feet, or who are unable to
stand the st-ain of over-work and worry,
are peculiarly susceptible to the weak.
nesses and irregularities that are the bane
of womankind. The symptoms of such
derangemei.ts are insufficient or excessive
metistruatiou, headache, backache, neu
ralgia, leucorrhcea, displacements and ex
treme nervousness amounting in many
cases to hysteria. The use of morphine is
dangerous r id examinations by male phy
sicians are painful and unpleasant.
Bradfield's Female Itgulator, the
standard remedy for t quarter of a en.
tury, will speedily and permanently cor
rect the worst disorders of women. Brad
field's Reglator is sold by druggists at
one dollar a bottle. Interesting and valu
able books for women mailed free Oi
TIRS VRADPIRLD REGULATOR GO.. Atia"4, 9%
HENRY W. GUADY.
His Plea for the Restoration of Cow-hience
lletw.en the set-tions.
At tho annual banquet of the Bos
ton Social Union a few evenings ago,
Dr. J. B. [awthrono delivered an ad
dress on "The Present Feeling in
the South Toward the Federal Union
and the People of the North." Tre
mont Temple was crowded, and Dr.
Hawthorne's address captured the
large audienco. After speaking of
Southern patriotism and devotion
and the loyalty of the people of the
South to the flag of the Union, Dr.
The people of this country will
never forget the day when another
Georgian-that almost poorless child
of genius, that oratorical prodigy,
thatt illustrious journalist, patriot and
philanthropist, Henry W. Grady
,itood 1eforo representative men of
NXew England on an occasion not un
tike the present, and pleaded for the
restoration of broth,rly confidonce
,md affection with a fervor and elo
juence that seemed to open a now
ramuet.stop on the grand organ of
That speech was a bugle call to
the American people to got rid of
cheir sectional animosities, prejudices
anid suspicions, to~ come together in
'the spirit of mutual respect and con
iden)Ice, andi have not only an exter
-al federation of States, but, a for.
ever-enduring union of hearts and
That call was the final message of
a C1i' intian pauL imt as he stood on the
gery b)ordler of the closely.curtained
world, and almost heard the b)reath
ings of disi'mblo.lied spi.its within
the veil. D)oubtlesms yot recall the
fact, that Henry Grady left that ban.
quolt ha'l flushed with fever, ai.d
that only a week later his great
heart was still and his eloquent voice
hushed in death. Ho died literally
lovmng his nation into peace.
TLhe vision of restored harmony
and fraternity which floated before
the soul of the great Georgian, in
that hour of patriotic zeal and men
tal illumination, is, thank God, no
longer a vision, but a blessed reality.
The snow that falls from heaven
and crown our mountain peaks with
resplendent beauty are not purer
than the affection which Americans
everywhere cherish for their great
system of free const'tutional govern
mont. The breezes laden with the
rich perfume of our Southern orange
groves, are not sweeter than the fel
lowship which now holds the people
of this once dissevored country in
the embrace of a true and everlast
ing American brotherhood.
My country, what a favored lot is
thinel The love of all thy eons en
complhas thee; the love of all their.'
daughters cherish thee; and i9 till
their countless sanctuaries thyAaith -
ful -oople hold thee up toQ dod.
Agents for "History of the Spanish
American War," by Hon Henry
Watterson. A complete, authentic
history; illustrated with over 76 full
page half-tones and ma'iy richly
colored pictures. Large royal ottavo
volume, superb outfit, post paid for
only 50 cents (stamps takon). Most
liberal terms given. The greatest
opportunity of the year, Address:
The Wener Coany, An, 0. t