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XI11C ISSUE BKPOltB US.
Tho olotitlo'i on Prohibition, un
der tho Murray Hill, h UH been or
dered, mu? il" a nuijorityjof the vu
tors of Laurens county so desire,
that Act wilt become law. Our po
sition on th's question is well
known to our readers, and while we
cannot st pport it, THE ADVUUTIS
Ktt has no tight to make against tb;'
Bill. If tito friends of temperance
think this course w iil promote their
cause, wo will cheerfully submit to
the expressed will of the majority,
but wc are of thoopinion that they
aro mistaken, ?nd desire to ?rive
somo of the grounds upon which
this belief is founded.
It is a dangerous doctrine to hob!
that tho otu! justifies UK; means,
for indeed tho experience >f tho
past shows clearly I hat such an
id? ahas led to the most sanguinary
conflicts,the most barbarous prac
tices and in human cruelty, on the
part of christian-; win. allowed
their zeal tn overcome rea ton, and
boneo became vovitablo fanatics.
Tho end sought tobo accomplish
ed by Mr. M tr lt KA Y'S Hill, is praise
worthy, but us much cannot bo said
for the spirit which prompted it, and
the means used In accomplish!
this desirableond. Now, wo i .?*
pose to make a calm and i nipa rt ial
FOVloW of the Hill and state out
What Is known as tho Anderson?
Laurens Prohibition Hill, was hon
und reared as a purely potitictil
maneuver, and those who shouted
Its praises most lustorly, thought
moro of their personal popularity
than tho good of thc people.
But to the Bill. Wo object to it
because ills local In its operations.
This paper has from the llrsl op
osod all local legislation. If ii
measure ls not suitable for South
Carolina, it should n?>t bo saddled
on Laurens County. O ur's is be
coming au imperium in (mperto.
Our constitution rccogiiiy.es no such
law-makers as the county legisla
ture; yet, year by year wo SOO tho
work of passing laws, for tho state,
becoming unpopular, and tho tie
legation from each county in the
l?gislature, ls allowed to act for
their immediate constituent-, tok
ing no concern about tho work of
other deb-gat ion-;. Consequently,
wo see that a man eau commit an
offence with Impunity in .Spartan
burg, but if ho should step across
the Knoreo, and dd tho samo thing
he would go to the penitentiary
with a felon's bran l upon hi-> brow,
Then tho idea of basing tho u lec
tion upon tho petition of hind-own
ers. Why freeholders? Hcctui.se
perch a nco I am lord of an nero of
ground, does ii follow that my bal
lot has more weight than that of
my neighbor! Does land confer
ability to legislate? This i-< ono
step towards a property qualifica
tion for suffrage, a most undemo
cratic, di spot io and dangerous Inno
vation upon that .trueluro which,
with pride, wo term American ii
Then again; our constitution and
und indeed the genius of thc Amer
ican institutions proclaim that tho
loigslaturo is tho law making pow
er. The Legislature h .; no right
to shift tho responsibility rd making
laws, from their own shoulders to
the people at larg". K js tho pre
rogative of tho people to make the
1 ?wmakers, und tho duty <>f tho
law m a ko rs to mnko tho laws.
Soil ions 0, IO, ll and 12, contain
objectionable features, ill that they
prohibit a man giving lo lila friend
that which ls his own; they give an
unwarranted ifitcrfcrnncc with em
ployes of railroads ; tlioy make I rap,
which may fall as often npon in
nocent, ns tho guilty; arid ci oaf o a
multitude of offerte OS, with penal
ties so regid as to provont enforce
?t ls o vident thal ? udor thi* bill
no druggist can sell liquor even on
prescriptions, for section 8 say?
that if the "prohibition" wins, it
"shall )>o4a mlsdeamor far any t)ier~
"son to keop any apiri lons or mall
"or intoxicating liquors In any
"room or bouse In suki conn ly in
"which a United States license ls
."posted without Ilcouso uiiiior the
".State laws also."
Now, other sections exempt
rfrflggiflt, but this does not and we
-mhmlt that no druggist will at
tempt to lill prescription without n
I'.S. license. If h*, has tills, lu>
cannot got the state license, und
wifhoiitthe slate Hccrfrfe 'io is sub
jected to imprisonment lYmu flo to
80? days and n fine in tho dJscTO?
tlon of the court.
But lot us turttMd?jfl?* from the
particular bill l?j?-W?kv noonie
i . ?
and look for ri moment only, ut pro?
IllblUon lt) tho abstract.
From ?mo Olid ol' Laurena und
A udor non counties to the other,
With a few exceptions, all the min
isters ol' the gospel, aro engaged in
this prohibition cnmpngn. Now
where is Hu? authority for thin?
Ministers claim to bo diciples, fol
lowing in tho footsteps <>f til? Di
vine .Master. Christ is tho (?rout
Kxemplnr. Did bo preach prohibi
tion? Did lu? tell bis disciples to
sock tho ?'linetmont of a law to pro
hibit tho salo ?>f spirltous liquors,
If SO, thou those ministers ol Ibo
gospel uro doing tho work of tho
Master, lt' not, then they have
loft His work to follow that which
their own mind*- have suggested.
The great Toucher has warned mon
to beware of .strong drink; lie
taught temperance, and told lils
diseiplos to teach temperance in nil
things giving thom th?* penalty for
Intemperance as for every sin. Hut
although in tho earliest ages, when
tho (treat Jehovah spoke t<> Kings
and Killers of the earth, giving
them .??pocilio law s tor tho guidance
of tiie people; the Creator of tin
Universe neglected lo tell thesi
legislators to whom l?o spoke, ti
pass an ucl to prohibit tho sillo Q
intoxicating liquor in their rospec
tlvc districts. Clod cannot negloc
or forget; thou, it follows, that 11<
<U<l not Int on tl in the earlier dis
pensatton, to rid tho world of whis
Whore thou do theso minister
got a commission t>> p.oneil prob
bi Hon? Christ is tho example, ?li
bo while on earth, go about tclllll
the people Unit they should pass
law to prohibit tho sab' of liquor
No, Although tho work of ?'liri
was a mission of love and morey, i
save sinners und load them awn
from sin, he (lld not remove froi
. tho path of mortals, one single ol
Jed Hud would tempt Hu m to fal
ito gave bi - follower - pow er to r
?1st sin, bu! wo di fy any man t
show where Christ removed a si
out of tho way of a single mau,
< tod never places ti Jinan In tb
lifo in snell n conditiou'lhat he eui
not com ni 11 sin, if he choses, m
was lt ills intention to deprive hi
of tho means of making a boast
himself by Intemperance, if li?.' *l
sires. The good and the ovil aro s
before him to-day, as in the gard?
of '..don. lie is ?td mon i-bod to bo
tho good and eschew tho evil bi
it will bo reniombt rod that tb-f
bidden Irtiit was not placed so bi
that Kvo could not reach lt. Ju
so long as (bul in his Infinito \\
dom allow- sin to romain on oar
to entice man, just so long w
whiskey bo ono of the lemptatiii
niau will have to overcome.
Tho Croat >r made Hie grape
ferment and form Alcohol it I
been in th?? world ?ince tb?' cr<
Hon mid will stay so long ns (hi
ls a demand for it. ff only i
friends of tempor?neo would lu
themselves in trying lo make m
sober from choice, and not comp
sion, wo might except to SOO tllC
Hitor I ru filo become so unpoplnr a
improfltiible that ero haig tho
loons would bo closed. Hut
long as temperance mon arc Into
porato in abusing their folio1
they can scracely expect either i
cit undi or - tate to be bonofltted
any marked degree.
Haily wo hoarofpotil thefts ci
milted throughout the county, si
as stealing melons, corn from ii
and Ile' like. Thorn is a lien
penalty attached to such corni
and st ill mon leave homo in
dead I ours of night for the purpOS
stealing. Now supposo tho si
should say. because some mon \
roam over tho county after ?1
osteal, therefore no maa shall le
borne after tho sun goos down,
that good law for free mon?
object ls good, but few would f
pose that it would accomplish r
(liing. . If ll matris honest been
bo luis not tho power to stoat, t
ho is not ii w ii better, as a mat
il citi/.on, tha i bis unfortunate 1
thor who did liavo tho power,
a man is solx r boca uso lie cai
Tot liquor, lie is no bettor t
Hut, if prohibition would p
liquor beyond tho reach men,
might Overlook Oil Of tllC lore;;?
objections to tbi- bill, and m
tho experiment, As it ls, the
porionco of thin place lu '83 um
i-' -?till fresh before us. I'roin
sena! observation wo know
tho law then was n faro, not I
loss. We. cannot SOO wherein
Inw before tis to-day is all Impf'
meet, but rather much moro (
cult to enforce. Now these
our views. Lot every man nc
lils judgement dictates,
have no sympathy or infere
whatever in the liquor traille,
writer has never touched the j
enotisdrug, and no man bas n st
er desire to 8CC it ban ?.'?bed fron
earth. At tho same Hine, wo
not Join the prohibition ern
that bus been stateddn this cou
To Uh there is little doubt but
tilQ c.io-o of morality und woy!
tempor?neo have suffered gre
in Hil county, ince Hu; op .
pf this < ampaign.
?t(WH.> '-^??rtr;?.wvi?-v-*iii ?wuii nvJin.mMax
HIS MO XT M KSS AGIO.
It it curious ti) noto tho various
shades?of differences ninon'; dem
ocratic Leadors <>n tho subject of
tho tariff. Whllosomo clamor for
n wholesale reductloiii others,
equally ns prominent ami truo to
the cause of democracy, usked for
free whiskey and tobacco and a
high protective turift\ In view of
this lt i-" emluontly proper for Pros
idont Cleveland, as tho head ot the
party, to give a definite expression
ol his views on this voxed question,
in his next mossago to Congress.
This lu- will .lo, and if tho New
York lltilletiii 'a- correct, like all
of the public acts of this "lunn of
destiny," we may expect such an
expression as will immediately
causo''both wings of the party lo
il ls said,"Ural the next message
will lie the most earnest and un
compromising demand for exten
sive tu ri ff reduction, for free wool
and for the cheapening of clothing
and food und all necessaries of I fe
by tho reduct ibu ur abolition of the
duties on the materials and pro
ducts. Tho Pros I -'.'nt opposes thc
reduction >f Intermit revenue on
tin* ground that such action tend
to postpone the more essential WOl'k
of red ue I ti g Ibo tariff.
There can be no doubt hut thal
the surplus in the treasury is n
matter of great concern to tin
wdiole people, and they are begin
ning to see whore and how thc pro
ducers and consumers Of the t ai
led States ha ve boen systematical
ly and legally l ol.hi d of million.
of dollars In accumulating this sur
plus, li IH bot too much to OX peel
one w ho has, by his honesty, Udell
ty and sound judgment, fairly woi
tho highest place lu tho gift of Hu
American people, should also Uni
a solution of tho tariff issue, ii
which tho d?mocratie parly at leas
eau harmoni/.o. Wo predict tba
Ibo gist-of Clevelands message <>.
this subject will be, i tn ri if for rev
elmo, levied so US to protect Aniel
lean industries, sulllcient lo nico
the demands ot the governmcu
economically administered. Onl,
this and not liing- more.
A great deal luis been saul aboil
tho petitions of free-holders askin
tho election on prohibition to b
ordered. Iii- claimed by som
that the requirements have tn
been complied with w hile the man
agers of election think ditrcentlj
fHordel'to HOt tho matter fairly In
fore the people Til l-l A I) V'KUTI.SK
has consented t<> publish tho who!
petition in full, whi li ls lound ti
day on our supplement. Tiru Al
V KllT 18 KU, however desires |
state that the petition Ls an uxn<
reproduction of tho copy in han;
and was not compiled or edited I
'Tho Auditor-] certificate ls tu
gua ra ti ii.f the correctness of tl
ivork. We trust that this is a ma
ter of sufficient Interest to be a
prueiated by our readers.
Ordinarily ii is considered ti
nocossnry to praise men for doll
w hat Ibo law din cfs, l?tit in thc
d:<vs, when (.rand Juries are
liberal in tho interpretation of the
I duty, if is a matter Of congrftkll
tion to find tile bold ami thorotlf
work of thal body in I'd ge He
County. A spoci?l committco w
appointed who inspected tho vai
??us offices critlcaly, and btv
brought to light s.nne crookcdllC
on the part of officials.
The Republicans in Kent ucl
have made snell gain-- at the la
oleetie.1 as to redues the democrs
ie majority toa few thousand.
view of the course adopted ey sn
domocrats tis Mr Wal ti rson, w
has denounced Hie democratic ti
ministration from the first, ii i
surprising that democrats shot
stay away from the polia and h
interest in the election.
The ('harlotte Observer hun si
pended. The faillir - grew out
Hw fact that the editor of Cia? \
pol1 bolted flu? dein HTM! ic pal
an 1 made hims If an independ?
onhdldnte for ('engross, or in nth
words "monkeyed with a huzz-SOA
Laurens ls just now feeling I
beneficial effects of the fntor-Rtat
Commerce Act. Creight rates
this point are Softer Utan mnsf
our competing tow ns and the ell",
of this on the trade at Laurens w
be marked w hon the coll?n er
begins to Como in.
We commend <he words of (1
old Con federate chieftain who, ev
now as hlfl lifo SOC m H .suspended I
tween two worlds, he looms up
nil HU? grandeur of a character i
void of flic low, sol fi td I aims of f
mndern politician, but full of pat
otisin und undying devotion o t
interests of mankind.
The np-eountry looks w ith int
esl and pleasure at the effort phi
lOSton is making to get up a '.fri
Week" ill October, for the cut
td in m?rjt of visitors. South Cu
lina wiii delight to assemble in I
"City by the Bea," find the oro
will astonish (he natives. Kron
business as well as sueinl ?tai
point lt ls ti good s?lleme. rl
President must be lhere
mr' rt.tri nv.-* %?u tnmAWW' < '
8Hfe WAS A NIHILIST.
Tl??- Terrible Kxpovloiioo of n KuRsllUt
A moni; tin? KofURees.
An unccdote, wliich ia absolutely truo
in every detail, will illustrate nnd explain
the !. . iiie,:t of ?olno of the refugee? in
America. Not far from a New York pr>
lie?* station ia a Iorgo throe story bvipk
building. Yours ugo it. wns n handsome
dwelling, hut time nial tho small boy have
played havoc with its facade, door?, will?
ilov. s, ami miling, lt ii- occupied by a
voil to do Kassian, who years e.y.o tied
hi l native land for uUegod complicity in
rome plot agni ?b t the e.'.ar. lt lias h Hg
been the reudozvous of political refugees
of both aoxoe, Russian Nihilluls, Polish
Lit" n tors. FrenchC inuuui ar's, <h mian
Bookillsts, and Ccnniopolihiu Anarchists*
The circle mel there is composed of cdu?
outed und clever people. Nearly all aro
excellent linguists, and moro or lom suc
cessful itv trade, litoralUl'O, or proped- ional
lifo. Owing probably to Ino terribie
Boones in which they have been actors,
all aro moro or ks?, eccentric in behavior,
speech, or ideas. Not long since ll party
of ti dozen mon and women wi ro BJ lend
ing tho evening in tin largo old fashioned
parlor. All smoked, a few sipped tho
vitriolic vodka between the whin's of their
cigarettes, whilo all the rest assuaged
Hurst with tho cheap wines of tia? Ubina
and Moselle. Tho conversation had k-oi
political and literary rather than anec
dotal in character, and hud Hagged until
tho room wan almost silent. Tho only
j person speaking was a handsome Jowess,
of 24 or 25, whoso name or nom do puerro
was Theodora Oimnvitseh. She was a
raro typo of that nice, being a BI1JM rh
blonde with bright golden hair, largo
lustrous hkio eyes, and exhibiting tho
powerful figure and splendid health
which characterizes tho llobrew women
to xi ronutrknblo n degree. AMt.be paused
nt tho end of on argument ?md drained u
gl:u*s ot Josophshoefer. somo t>ne asked)
..v. hut made you a Nihilist, Dora?"
"Nothing very remarkable to aa Rn?*
sion*," she replied, "I lajlong to a g< oil
family in n Binni] town in tho Warsaw
province. I married tho rabbi of our
I synagogue, and wo woro very happy for
a fow months. Tito czar then made a
change, and s"tit down n now governor
from Sk Petersburg to replace our old
one, who was a good and just man, ni
though a Iluusinn general, Tho new
: coiner lind every vice and no virtue ot
? any kind. Ho wua so had and cruel that
our friends und relatives wrote us when
ho came warning us against hint. My
j hushnud tho next Rabhath In tho syna
gogue told our people nbout him, ami nd?
j vised them to he overcautious in not vio
lating nny of tho thousand tyrannical lawa
with which wo were cursed. Though ho
S|M>ko in Hobrow for fear of spion, some
ono betrayed him to tho governor. Ho
was arrested, trlod, (logged on tho publio
(tqunro into insensibility, and Bent to . li
beria for Ufo. 1 waa prcaont when bo
underwent hi* agonv, and Btootl it until
I bectunf crazed. 1 broke through tho
cwwd toward the wretoh of ?in official,
and ouruod him end bia uiastor tho ey-ir,
amt aworo vongoanco against l*>th. I loo
was arrested, mid iii od at court martial,
and Rentoncod to receive a hundred IJowa
with tho rod in the publio sipinrc, I. a
woman, waa taken hy drunken moujika
and heathen Cossooka to th'> placo, tied
by my bands Ul the whipping post, my
clothing tfc't ii from my body tv) tho waist,
nnd beaten before all tho soldiery and tho
people of the town. At tho twentloth
blOW I f, lilted, but the rOpCS held lue Up,
and tho full hundred wcro counted on my
body. Thoj cut mo down, rubbed rock
snit and water and Borne iron (bat ema
bile iiii'into my Kick lo stop tho 1 Iced
big, and Carried nie to tho lu?) Uah
..I lay ibero two months and w.-w <H t
chargod, I haul but ono iden then, and
that wan vongoanco. Ty patience I man
aged toj^tt employment in tho g rt rnor'i
pubic; as seamstress. Ono afternoon ho
wa? in bi." bath and rent for low. Iv Tho
attendant wnsi tired, ont) I volunteered to
take thom. I throw them m er my arni
nnd under them t held a long stiletto
sharp as a noodle. I onterod the room,
and iio was reading and smoking in tho
bath. I lani tho towels by bia sido with
my loft hand, and ?it tho next moment
with my right 1 drove tho knife through
his heart. It wna splendidly done. Hs
never made n pound, and I escaped to
ibis land. That is why I am a Nihilist.
Po any of you doubt? Sho sprang ex
citedly from ber chair, and in a half a
minuto bad bared herself to tho waist.
Tho front, of her form from neck to bell
might have passed nu tho model of tho
Venus di Milo, but tito back I Ridges,
welts und furrows that crossed and iuU r
Ixieod os if out -out with a rotlhot iron;
patohes of white, gray, pink, bluo und
angry red; boles and hollows willi hurd,
hideous edges; half visible ribs and tim
otb .-s of ruined muscles, and all of which
moved, contracted and lengthened with
tho Bwaying of her lindy. Thora was n
gasp from every ono prOBOnt? Tho aged
host roso, silently kissed ber on tho foro
i head, ami bellied ber to ?mt back lier gar
I nu ids. Then again tho wino passed
I round, and what Beeret toasts were mada
j UH tho party drank will never bo known,
j -WbUiiun li. H. Fides Ul Chicago Ti.oej.
Tho Mnnln for Cot looting,
liiere in no accounting for the cccon*
trioiticH of people beset with a mania fer
collecting, twas in a dealer's recently
When un old mun c om in willi a bundle
of prints to soil. !!<. noedod rooney, bo
said, and he allowed tho prints, widt h
were all valuable old lino engravings, to
go nt a ridiculous sacrifico. Instead of
dopartiug whon ho got tho money hoi .
gan to forage on tho bookoholvoe. Ho
kept nt it for an hour, and finally bought
a couple ef booka that coat him nearly
every copper ho bad got for tho prints.
Wita these undor his arni Ito trotted oil
to .-ii appearance quite contented and
happj nt having exchanged ono encum
brance for another at n heavy sacrifice.
Alfrod Trum bio in New York News,
Ai M.m lg Powor.
Gen. Sherman, in bia West point
Bj>o;ch to tim recent grad?ate;, said,
'.llu ro la an old saying that 'knowledge,
la powor.' This ia not true. Action is
power, and, when guided by knowledge,
produces tho largest mensuro of resilla. I
iiave encountered men who kia w mor j of
tho BOiouCO of wnr tban Grunt, Moalie or
Hancock, whom I would nm have In
trusted with a picket guard. Boston
Churches lu tho United States grow in
ouwbor at tho rato of ten a day, it i v said.
Onarillug linnie Noto Pinto?.
Tlirso plates are surrounded with Im
lionet ral ile safeguards. The largo room,
nearly the full length of the building, la
OOCIiplod hy only tho engraver* at tho
windows, Mr. O'Neil, tho chief engraver,
And the custodian. On ono side of the
room is n railing and wiro BOroon, such aa
are .con in brinks, behind which ure the
desks ot Mr, O'Neil and his bookkeo|>or.
On the otb r side of the room, nt the door
of the vault, li n similar inclosuro, wlinro
sit? tho custodian of tho platee, die*, rolls,
and other property. When ihr-chief en
graver conn s in tho morning be nmketi a
re.piisii ?un upon the custodian for such of
llie . precious bit? of steel as ho wants.
Kai b piece hus ila nanto or dtwignatjon,
vin thor it ls a bil ol lathe Work, a
vignette*'or BU entire plate, and when
they uro surrendered to tbo chief en
graver upon requisition nu entry ls made
upon tho books of Ibo custodian. Thc
tookket-per Or oustodlun for Mr. O'Neil
makes tm entry on hi!< lxioks also, to
show what ho has r< ceived. Tiion, as tho
engravers want tho dhTeront pieces of
work, a similar account is kept with
them, and no mun can leave tho room
until tho hooks show that every piece of
engraving that he had in his possession
has l>eon returned, and ho has a Unto
from tho chief eugruvor to <; w that
BUoh i i the case. Tho wat'd . '
not let them out of Iho buildh
tlUs. When a toll sound . . . i .
gravers go to lunch, but
When tho work :.-< o' . o
accounts between the < '?
bis BUbordhuiteu i
that each baareturned
i;*. his custody. Th
plates are returned
to tho euslodiau ) i.. ...
and if no ph ce is .
? returned to htm,
locket) iii the vault I ? c
it ever happen that tin; I
oven IC it were tait th ? t>?m
of engraving, no one w ould to permitted
lo leave until it waa found. A completo
rei ord ls thus kept ot* every pleeo, so that
you can tell just wi? re it was at any
time, how long it was in any one's CUB?
tody, imdtNviinl he had h for.
'.Wo lo low," !,:iid Mr. O'Neil to a re
porter lo whom chief Ortivos had ex
tended tho fr< Liloin of thu building, "we
kiu.w that whatever may to said id>out
counterfeits toing punted from govern
ment plates, tl.at there never was ono so
printed. There never was a p?ate stolen.
There is no pinto that has ever been made
that lu not in the vault there, and every
one eau to accounted for for every min
uto of time. You Cannot name a little
out of the way national bank but that we
leno tho plate h r it.s nob s in that vault,
and eau tell yo?, ntl about it, from tho
names of the men who worked Ott lt to
everybody who has < vi r toa, iu d Hat any
Unfailing Specific for Liver Disease.
whlto or covorcd with a brown fur; imiu in
tho back, sltli i, or Joints-ofton in fa taken
for Kheu wallum ; sour stomach! IOM of
mirari.'') ; nomoll m tn nntwca and water?
brasil, or Indigestion; flntuionoy uml aoM
eructations; UOWOtl alternately costive
And lax; licrtdncUei 1O?M of memory, vrltli
t\ Klin'.ii Bonnatlonof lmvin? failed to do
.Dim-thing whlob OUght to liiivo heoii ilono ;
.debility; low ?ilrlln: ii thick, yellwir n;>
pearanuo of Hm ?khi and tires; a itry
COUKII; fe vor; realtaiunaaa: tho urino u
.canty Ami tiiRh colored, ano, ii allowed lo
ktund, dofoulu u i.vJliucnU
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
In connrnlly iiM-d In Hie Kouth to arouM
tho Toroid I.Ivor ton healthy action.
II tell with cxlrobrjinery oHloecy en tho
*n ttrtOTUU 3riC!Fio fos
v.". i ::?., Iiowei Complaint*,
Xiyjn>i??.la, tick Jl.-.utiu-lo?,
Co ?...ll |in(1nn. UUionillOBA,
Uld ney A rr.-ct I on?, JauudleA.
Mon .il Di pcoaslon, tollo?
KruWvd l y l>.e u?l cf 1 Million? < f Dottie?, as
T?iE ?3E3? FAMILY MEDICINE
for Chilli, i n, f r Ad-, ll i, ur. l fbi th? Aged.
ONLY CC NUI NS
lui CHIT Ts Stamp i'- rc l oo f ont of Wrapper.
J. H. Zeilin A Co*., Philadelphia, Pa.,
oom raoraiaToui ( "i oo*
stocV; Larger un1
ridi" lill .
1 pols, ll
< 'hronioH, I. ? .
n?Mhiiig.'i. \\ i1
Jaa. Gr. Bi iU? & Sons,
I a lt road Strom, Augusta, CJoorght.
Piedmont Air Lino.
Kil li MON I> A' I-AN S 1 I.I.I'. K. R.
Cohunhiu A' (iroonvlllo division.
(Vintlonsod Sobedulo in olVoel .1 one i.:ih,
'i i lins rill' im 7 iib Meridian time,)
heave Co lil nulla
Arrive Al ?t ni
?ll 00 a o
11 f,H a li
11 WI a II
I Iii p ii
Northbound No ftflj Northbound No >l
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11 00 p III
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" Kial Hook
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" Kow ber ry
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o At-l.ev ItlO
" i irt on wood
" Ninety Six
o New i> ?rry
LIMv 0 I lot Springs
o Lint lb,ck
" 'i'i von
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Arrive Alston 12 00 Koon
" Columbia 8 to p m
o columbia ft 07 p in
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po ll ma ; Mloopora bKtw?'on
Say.uiiinb anti I lot Bprlnu
N. t ? , vJs I lolunfiiia and
Bnartfluhurff. SOL. HAAS,
TiesolM on sale al prinei-| "J'ri file
pa)stations io pl] pulnts. sfauaeror
I). CAftOWlii.L, Asst Pass, \ut.
JAS L.'t AYI.OK, Columbia, H. t !.
t..oier.-d I'nssOng. r A^'nt
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nco^ir-wr?*-* tr.uim.??1?.J- mn
-Dealers in Rough,ami Re
Doors, Sash ano. 1
Laths, Mantels, Newels
PINE A Xi) CYPI?
\\ e can Imvo donegal short noti<
of laney work, il you mean
GRAY & Ai
J/ / A' '/'/.; /i tv /. 1.'/ / '#V Pu ri
yon can hay Hie eheaju > t ti ml I?
NV? will toil ho i
Juvt think of il, n nice all tv limit w t. IO |i
market, ff?tKi. Very hundaonin walnut s
Noa! hotlH foi d DO. Notil out cana for?tl'?'
W c koop constantly OH liane
Mattresses, liui Spring. Lomees, flab
- Nv?' uro ulai? bondi
Dry (roods, [)rUHM Good t, Siiocs,
Hont fall In examino our stock and pri
mot ey, lind iitouoy save-.; |<< nmaov inatlo.
M in t, er & (
1 .ntlreos. S. t'
Mav 1e-. 1887 Nm
Slate o? Som li Carolina.
COUNTY OK h.VUKKNM.
Courl; of Probate.
Silas s. Knight, IMidntltl,
Ih hort Kunda, Thomas Knif/ht, Hon be
iniu K. La lilford, i;illain Land ford.
Wistnr A. Knight, Woltfr Scott Kulpin
lu his in ilvliluul righi amt as executor
.?t' SI as Knight, ttooeusoil, fannie K.
Knlixht, UOIKT? a !'. Thomas, Kobari <;.
l'honnis-, Kinma Nations me T! mina,
lohn \V. Tlioains, Marv K, Loalov uoo
? hoi nu. Nancy A. Thomas, Kslollol
Thomas, William A, Thomas, NVIslur I
popuhiM, \\ ii i.un Hun das?, Crodorlek
hotiitlsi Scott Don? lints, l?lfred h.
Knight, Saneo I S. Kulpin, John NV.
Kulghl, NVallor T. KLi'i 1 (ht, N liney .lor.es.
John M. Holed mho in Ids ow'u right
iml ns oxoetitor ol'Silas Knight, deoeuN
. <i. mid Sarnli Knight, Sarah s Hoy
Holds ncc'I'hi.urns, silas Douglass.
"I''i tho def nita nts n'.'ivr munt ii :
N"? -it are luiroiiy Hiiinutom'ct und r< -
ipiircd to answer tho complaint in lit s
action, u hk<|i is nh il m tho ollleo ol thc
fudge of Probate, for tho snld
County, and io servo a cony ol
your nuswer lo the ?aid complaint On
lh?i KUliscl'lliers ut ttmlr ollleonl I..MUCUS
' . H., s- nil Carolina, within twenty
days after thc service hereof, exclusivo
of the day of snell Mo rt ice; and If yon
fall i . ai sv in tin- oomph int wit hin lin
linio a forosnid, i ; io plaint iii in lilla ac
tion will apiti v to tho Cou ri for tho rc*
lief doinanilod lu tho complaint.
Dated, ..'Jini April, A. I ?. Iss7.
[Seal. A. NV. HUllNSIDH, J. P. I., c.
j " i : I ;< ; i M i s A V I : ATI 11:11 s? > N ,
riaintdi s Attorney.
T>> the liifeiuhinta above named;
Y.ii will tako not bro that th.
summons mid ciniiplnini lu this notion
weri< tiled ill th" <. lill ol tlie JlldgC
of Probate for bau uns County South
1 'arolina. Oil t lu 2 '? lay of April. 1887.
Ci:not SON ,v PKATIinusroMK,
I Mai nt i it's at lorin ya.
Juno 20.1 <-7. ' io
Female t College.
NY Ith n full corps of assistants Ibo
luiuronsvlllo Pe?nale College will
reorganizo nial begin fall session
Sept. lilli I tooms comfortable.
Standard high, special nt tout ion to
all Pumnlouccomjdishincnts, Now
and splendid Pianos, Non-secta
rian. Government parental. Voting
ladies under Ibo Immediate euri' ol
Mrs. McCashin and Mrs. N. <? dor
dan. Pupil received -it any time
and -h irged until cud of quarter.
Hoard 41J por month in advance.
Tuition 420, ?HO, and willi classical
course fin per Collegiate year, pay
tide monthly. NVe solicit und hope
to merit public pat roitngc. Poi
any information address,
W. M. McCAHLAN,
LAURENS,H. C., July 2?), 1887, ly.
To Close Ollt HIV entire lot of
Cofilna at Cost.
lull sch singly ortho entire lot at
?DR W K. B^.HiI-i(
S /lithe over National P.ank.
rMee diiya Mundays and uoadnyft.
Un CH CNS,.S. C.
T 11 ?3 N E W
I .AUBER SHOP
bog to Inform the pabilo thal i am
p paren p. sci \ .. t holli as TOIISOIIIHI Ar
t. . in m >.no\voiiiirims, under thu itob
o M9h4 ..uy'
lt. ll ?CANTY
?dy Prnpiirod Lumber,
s of Every Kind,
?, Sawed and Turned
,US SI I INO LKS.
:o .did in good style any kind
business cal! to sec us.
Laurens C. H.. S. C.
lituro Pa laen Ls tho pince whoro
.-l Furniture in (li?' South,
??.?.i's,1, murblo for $2J>?ft, \voi tfi in liny
i?t, 1?? pieces, inarlile lop, for $43 OW.
>: Neat s"i elmlrs, sl\ for$273.
i a complote ?look of
iy Carriages, also Carpets and Ku^s.
Hals, ('lothin;.; ami Millinery,
COM hnfnro liuyhnots wo will save von
Wovvill not ho undoraoht.
J a.. m i o s o ri
Loaiiuro ut Low I'rlccs.
TI! K LACKKNS HA lt.
ATTOHNKY AT LAW,
I A LUI .NS, H. c.
Jfj^-oflire over *lore nf NV. I,. lloyd.
j. r. JOHNSON, w.n. moil KT.
.1? MINSON K HU 'lt MY,
ATT01tS .:YS A l' LAW.
Oi'i'icn deming's Corner, Northwest
tddo ot Public Square.
LA Cit CNS, C. IL, S. C.
N. .i. liol.M KS. ii. V. KIMI'KON.
llOLMKH A I'l.M CON,
ATTOHNKY S AT I, A TV,
L .'iti'.NS C. IL, - - - H. C,
J. W. I'KUOI'SON. C. C. I'KATU KIIHTeM u
KK1U JI J.SON A :.' KAT 11 K11 ST( ) N K
ATTOHKI5 vs AT LAW,
I.Al'KK.'.'S CU.. - - - s. c.
W. l-l. Martin
ATTOltXKY AT LAW,
LA I'll KN S CH, - - . H. O
.1. r.c.t IlLINUTOX,
ATTOltSKY AT LAW
LA UK KN S C IL, - - H. 0
Oinee- Advertiser building.
w.o. .1 KN KT, Vt l\ ll'OOWAH
IH;NI:T & MCGOWAN,
ATTnUNLYS AT LAW,
LA I KINS t '. II.H. O.
??.. ? ? . ! IUI1
POMONA, N. C.,
Two anti ono half miles west tif
( ; reen- boro, N. C. Tho main line
.1 tho lt. A I). .:. lt. passes through
thc grounds and within inn font <>f
thooflleo. Salem trains make reg
ular stops twice daily going each
way. Those Interested in Fruit
und Kroll plowing uro cordially
invited to in-poct this the largest
llUt'Sory in thc Stute und one of tho
?arri t in the South.
Tho proprietor ha? for ninny
years visited tho loading nurseries
North and West mid corresponded
with those of fore i gi! countries,
blithering every fruit Hint waa cal
culated to suit the South, both na
tive ?ind foreign. Tlie reputation
of Pomona Hill Nurseries is such
that many agent s going ont from
; ; roo ns! Miro represent i ng other nur
series, try to leave Hie Impressing
that they ure representing the>?
nurser los. Why do they t?o lt?
Lot tho public answer.
1 I have in stock growing (and can
? how visitor ? Hu sumo) tito largest
und host stock of trees Ac,, ever
shown or seen in n?>y two nurseries;
North Carolina, consisting of ap
ple, poach, pour, cherry plat
grape, Japanoao persimmon, J?.
Ul ('so plum, upl ieots, not tai ino,
Kassian apricot, mulberry, quin?**
Small fruit: Strawberry, mpberry,
currant, pecan, Kngllsh walnut,
rlnii.ail., asparagus, ovorgritfens,
shade trees, rose?;, &Q,
Clive your oidor to my nuthorl/.
Pil agent of order direct from tho
nursery. < 'orrespondence sol lofted
! ii erlpt ive eatulogiio froe to appli
J. VAN TilNDI.KY,
(lullford County, N. C.
Muv 1?. l??7. n