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Vol. XIII. g?S??V\>W/WWy/2 ? , ? ? ^ The Last ^ TO OUR GRAND F] | Summer Bai ^ T"*HE people have enjoyed our specia wM * goods till there is very little left ol jr stock. Still there are a few good tlii must be cleaned up before the arrival 9 Kjfl fall stock. We leave in a few days ^ markets in search of the best values th ? and we promise our friends not to r( IJ secured for them the greatest value in that has ever been brought to the ci ^ buying at the same time for our large s Wd we can clean up big lots. Quantity i nrir?? ic #w???,1 ....?*J?\IT.. i ? *u uiivj v^uuoiviui auuii, w u cilll 1 ^ bought right, as we have the outlet oi* ^ towns in the state. I Visit. Our Wd During the next few weeks and jtou w' There are many odds and ends and n he disposed of at half their value an ^ call special attention to ladies' and el ^ Shoes and Slippers We offer a good fM for ladies at 50c ; better grade at 75c, Try a pair of our men's genuine Vici ! ?worth $2.50. For good wear use ( If at 95c?beats the world ; try a pair. ^ Big Clothing E Just picked up 26 Suits of the very hcs K finished cassimere They are easily w * ^ price $7.tK) suit. Every suit good for Yours very trul . S F F f~i r ^ ====== For = <15 DA L 9NL ^ During the next 15 day; in summer goods, including i Dress Gc * ^ Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, I Hosiery, J to go at prices that defy < ^ We haven't time nor spa< prices, but come to see us ; i Save Your ^ v 1? ^ lUUIi IUI I Jell ! . j Funderburk STER E LANCASTER, S. C., WEDNESI agSSS8B&S8BPiNBW Y0KK SYMPA ^ The righteous indig m I I M New York over the cori V I ? ton is more amusing t hat ^ ivo. Listening to the in) -? a r* s~^ T -v 91 abuse which certain J ^AS i OF i" i - *? - jv/ui hum unvo oftin I = upoD the New Orleans li uninitiated might be i A imagine that manipul. I J^QAJIJIw ^ market to public detri |1 reckoned a wholly ropi WM thing by the immaculate 1 sales of summer J5l o) Uolhiim, and that II our big summer ^ selves were wont to be ings on hand that Kl \)v no other considers I of our matchless A thought of the comma , for the northern ^ their financial operation is country afFords, of Dowie's proposed jturn till we have kl expedition against Wa gooA merchandise ti e New York News Ltv of Lancaster. ^ "While Dowie is mistak' tore in Rock Hill, wd ing the captains of indu: lS no object the kj thieves and scoundrels landle the stull if t>e a good thing if hi two of the best ^ commence his anti gam rM sade at the Cotton Kxcht price of this staple has b nh r &A 1? a fictitious figure, a \f kl cotton mills have bee ,,, , ,, O down. Sorrow and d til be well repaid. 2S ^ faHen Qn tho( amnants that will k| homeB of min hands. iT>M\r< wL ^on gamblers may not 1 ?l ( r'w^ ^ in the sense that Dow *i?rm X 1*1 ft l)ut they are certainly r $1.00, ^$1.39 II of lhejr feHow men 1 It Tor ir- T'' ^ merely a respectable ti mr $1 25 Kin 1 ie ^ J * 1 ~ i modern buccaneer,whicl wM at this moment to be pa Dq yrf^K in 58 conspicuous." Jd.1 ^CX. 11 I ^ Admitting that the i it grade of smooth gj price of cotton has be< orth $12.50. Our controlled by manipulat three years wear, market, a charge which y, y ously denied by Mr. E _ his associates, the newh ^ T I e(* reprehension ot sue! W II I I wE evinced in New York accounted for upon sc hyP?theBis than father eration for a dear, confi = lie. It is highly prol the fact that the "mode ^ neers" happen to reside ___________ ^ Orleans rather than in A ??????? Q plays no small part in I ^ being manifested. At ^ time that the price of c W been forced up to iict SB SLZjSl ^ ures, there has been in I H ^ in Wall 6treet a raid mock market, that hai ^ time being swept out of fit millions upon mill ^ dollars in security val ^ poor mill people were, ^ not injured by this ir 5 everything ^ | d >ods, jj Etc..!} PI" * competition, LC IU v J iiuic & , r and J | KeeP loney$j(FQR ] ? $} gains, ^ I Jia He is up Co. $ the Bargai Enter >AY, SEPTEMBER 2, i9< THEl IC. buccaneering,but there tb .. e of other persons who nation of . 1 , , persons who had invest* ler in cot- r . , , , money in stocks and boi 11 impress- f . . . v . for speculative purposes, temperate ... ,1 , ry k ",e utmost, good iaith. 1 ?r titution resulted to many showering . . . ? . , , i ii .i not at all improbabh bulls the ..... 1 , , , this is by no means the nduced to . .J . .. irrnntout nvnmt\i A ^ * *' Wion ot a 7;"""""" w, in meat was Ibat ,hero are il,8ta' -ehensible !"OCord 1,1 which the Pul 5 denizens be0" flagrantly and n ley them robbed by the Wall stree actnatp<l 'at?rs " too notorious tion than reiteration, ?*nd it is not n weal in *hat any of ,bem evoke ( s Speak keen rcPrehension in Ne I religious a8 Brown's bull move, ill street, ??*ton has done. When! remarks 0r bpa have 011 o 01. regard-(driven ,he Pric" of th< dry being tlo*'n ,0 b?"res which \* , it would |icioU8,y 1()w, no one u ) were to batt,an wav has been heai bling cru- ing and wa?linK aI?d gnas mge. The teeth because of the priv? een raised ^!e toi,in* ,armers of the nd many 1 lle PreRS thereabouts 1 m closed occa8'?n8 has usually ei estitution jtRelf pointing out how i isands ot b,e 18 th? law of 8"Ppl.v these cot- mand' and ur"in& ,he sut je thieves be?r with resignation a vi ie means, whlch was evidently pro> ot frieni^ rather than the result They are "filiation. The destit rpe of the 1,10 mil1 towu8 >8 greatlj J?.?l fill. _ LI _ * 1 i happens ine ooumern rticularly lia.v,nK gone through tl thing themselves so often . pecially qualified to he r,8e ,he sympathetic with it. 3n largely But, alter all, that ir ion of the nctlv the point under dip is 8trenu- Commiseration of the si Irown and w* the victims of market / awaken- lotions is a wholly natun 1 methods a,1(lit has to be exercis* must be ciently otten to render it ime other familiar to most hearts ; ly consid- spectacle of New York diug pub- the Brown clique so rou jable that behalf of the cotton mil >rn bucca- lives is edifying, to say t! 3 in New ?f it. Compared to the lanhattan methods of the Wall stre the regret way men, the crime of Mr the same an(l his friends can certai :otton has be condemned as moi itious fig- petty larceny. And even progress 80 large a portion of the upon the likely to share in the boc i for the they might legitimately bi existence mended to the mercy inns r?f Court.?News aiift (Irwirii uo. The ? 1 of course, ' Early Ris lethod of The famous little pi This Space is Reserved for MILES Your Eyes on it BARGAIN! north now scooping in ins for his Fall Trade J 9 sS' lpris? " 1 33 No. 24 " ousands A DKVIL DKl'AKTS. were? d their ids, not Student at Washington's School but in Spends a Profitable Vacation, 'hat descfthem Charlotte Observer. % ' Andrew Wallace, colored, a lirst or le kind, student in Hooker Washington's ices 011 school at Tuakegee, Ala., who blic has has been acting as devil in The ithlessly Observer office for the last three t. specu- monj,jj8 left last night tor Tusto need . recalled "ee?ee to re-enter school. He is [iiite so learning to be a brickniason and w York he expects to spend four ye r.vin^ nent in the process. the New With a smile that spread from ccasions , , ear to ear, Andrew asked I hat a ) staple re re fic P*ecft written about him in the p Man- paper, aud this i's the lulfiliment rd weep- of a promise. It is easy enough hing his wrj^e a pleasant piece about itions of ^n(jrew jje ja willingest > South. on tliese Person that ever worked tor anynployed hodv, and he is going to profit by U: l-t: *-i_ --- *? ? ? ??" luiHtiijusuip wuii i5ooKer l., and de- because he is not the kind that lerersto schooling seta up or makes a fool sitation, 7 1 ddential ? He is only an ordinary black of evil negro boy, but he is going to ution of r?^fce a good and useful citizen. ^/T r to be I" the three months he h^"' farmers, been here he has worked from le same 6:30 in the evening until 4 i, are es- o'clock next morning and he keenly hasn't missed a day, or rather, a night. Beginning at noon and not ex- working until (> o'clock he has icussion. daily made gardens or done er-N. ufferings rands for anybody that wanted to V manipu hire him ; and somebody always il thine, wanted Andrew's services, liis 5(1 sulli- 8mile is contagious and he's one entirely of the few negroes that ever loved but the work just for work's sake. Exabusing ceptiug 10 cents Andrew has indly in saved every cent that he made 1 opera- while he was in Charlotte. He he least still bemoans bis reckless waste familiar ?f that dime, which he spent for et high- suppe** one night when he gar. Brown dened until such a late hour that illy not he didn't have time to go home re than an(^ hack to (his shop by 6.30. i at that "You know what a comet is, public is Andrew?" >ty that "No, sir. I'm stud'ing to be a e recom- brickmason." of the "Know anythiug about social sr. equality ?" "No, sir; just want to be a ?0l*S brickmason." II "You are doubtless studying the profession of brickmasonry ?" = "No, sir ; that's my trade. I I* hopes to be a good brickmason. and that's all." m, 44 And when you get your diM ploma, you'll go north and make g big wages and be a big man, ^ Andrew ?" m lkNo, sir ; I'll just stay at home M and lay bricks." m I Andrew will do. ^ | What is Life? m in me last analysis nobody a knows, but we do know that it is under strict law. Abuse that law ? m even slightly, results. Irregular M living mean derangement of the m organs,resulting in Constipation, K Headache or Liver trouble. Dr. V Kings new Liver 1'ills quickly rem adjusts this.It's gentle,yet thofM oimh. Only 25c atCrawford Bros, m J. K. Macke'? <fc Co. Funderburk m Pharmacy Drug Store. V Mrs. McKeown and Misses m Helen and Bessie Jordan of m Lancaster visited at Mr. Will I | Simpson's, in the Chapel neigh J! borhooct, tlna week.?Chester Lantern. ^ One Minute Cough Cure i For Uougho, Colds and Croup.