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LACKF.NS. Sept., 'll, 1887.
J. C. QAM?tXti'IOXt KDITOJl.
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TO rm; HT:K.\M>.
WP tiro forced again to reply to n
most malicious attack of tho llor
IIld. Inasmuch as that papor lins stu
diously avoided thc subject which
first culled it forth, we regret this
necessity. Hut the latest onslaught,
tilled a>. it is, from the tlrst lino to
the closing sente ce, with design
ed misrepresentations and perver
sions ot facts, leaves us no o'her
The Herald begins by stating
that Mr Young speaks ot hen arti
cles only. Mr Youno; states positive
ly, "I am the atithorot tho articles
signed "Tote fair" published in
Tur. ADVKKTlsF.it in Sept, 1880."
Could anything be more positive?
1< there any evasion or equivoca
tion in this statement. Docs the
word "articles" include only two,
or docs it. mean vece?/ article pub
lished In this pc per at that time.
Does thc fact that it ls sworn to H>1
itmilly alter the statement. Wo
leave those who read to answer.
Hut, furthermore wc will state as a
matter of fact, (substantiated by
our tiles) that ont*/ two articles have
ever appeared in the columns of
Tnt; ADVKKTIHI?R signed "Tote
This straw, is rather weak.
The Herald remarks in the next
Rut if Mr Young's affidavit rrovos
anything, and if ho t's tho author, as ho
swears, il proves that Mr.T. C. OarlitiK*
ton, either unintentionally or designed
ly, (w? leave him to say,) in i-.represen
ted the real author ol "Toto /.-ur." At
the time wo culled upon him L>r the
nain?? of tho author, til the suggestion
of "Toto Pair" himself, ho, Mr.Lt' < .ar
lington, UN ?ve have he foro stilted in
theaneoltimiis, plainly intimated that
Mr Yoting w?is not the author.
Xow, after admitting that we
gave the name of lt. H. Young as
the author ot the articles, it is said
WC "intimated that Mr Yoting was
not tho author." What man would
ever thus stultify himself? We
have only this to say concerning
that charge: It is false.
Wo did not intimate to Mr T. H.
frews i r Mr anybody else, that Mr
Young was not the author of these
articles, hut on the. contrary, when
Mr T. Ii. Crews stated to us that
lie did not believe that Mr Young
"wrote tho articles, we stated to
him, that very few persons had sus
pected Mr Young, and that many
persons who had mentioned the
controversy, suggested other
names as tho author; but, that so
far as we knew, lt. II. Yoting alone,
was the author Mr Young bari
authorized US to give his name as
the author, and wi- knew nothing
which would lead us to supj ose
anyone else had a "hand in the pie."
Hut tho Herald says wo gave
"signs of embarrassment," which
"showed guilt." Guilty of what?
wu would like to Knott*. Why docs
the Herald suppose if we bad writ
ten the articles wo would have de
nied it ? What dill tho articles
contain ? What was there to make
us either afraid or ashamed to come
out boldly and a'.knowledge the
authorship ll* it bad been ours. We
did not soe ourself as he saw US,
hut c. rt a I ii it la we felt in? cause for
the slightest agitation or embarrass
ment. We have stated that when
Mr T. H. Crews came to tis for Mr
Younga name, be not only intima
ted that he knew the copy used by
the printer was not in the hand
writing of tho author, hut that he
/.mos ft wo* tn <o/r handwriting.
This statement, he now denies, hut
ndmits that he believed it to he
true at the time. I am positive he
ili<t make this intimstiou, anet
while at that time as now, I saw
nothing in it tc? cause "embarras
mont" I did see cause for the grenf
ell amnz-mont. How did Mr
Crews get this information, known
as I thought, only to Mr Young,
Mr Lockwood and myself?
The Herald makes an elfort to
clear Mr Lockwood, so it says:
In ?utico to li I Irl it is proper that ?ve
state that while ibo controversy with
..Tiilc fair" was In progress ho nsvar
looiitlnned tho nisttor tn us. Ile ?liri
not "betray th? seorot" ?villis employed
io 'II v. A even TISH u outee.
No human being could have seen
tneCopy Mr Young? article for the
printer, save Mr lt, li. Young him
self. Sn human being could have
known that I did so make the copy,
except Mr Young and Mr Lock?
Wooe, unies they came hy such in
formation surreptitiously. Now,
where did the Herald get tho in
formation. Mr T? H. Crews admits
(hat when he carne to this office
for the name of the author nf "Tote
Fair," he believed at that- Hmo the
ropy w as in our handwriting, Tho
question ls, upon what wan tiltil ho
iff founded ? Ji, the great ano on
ly "Senior Kditor" so om n Ment
nod w ise that tho secrets of this
ellice are known to him by intui
tion? Or, was the information ob
'...11' 'for met hott?" a? ehnrg
Itt?MIl III?Tfa'IlirtilM'??tI'JM ?ritii.
ed, but which he Hays ho will "hurl
huc k lil our face." Our readers cun
decido for themselves, but Break
ing for tho Al>VKRTI8KH we cnn
suv, we take this stuteinent con
cern.DR Mr Lockwood not "betray* i
inp; our secrets," with ninny grains ;
j of allowance. If you be not guilty
I nf these vile methods, thou (five
i your renders moro than lt buhl do
llin). Trove your methods pure.
; Huppose just forth? sake of change,
; Instead of "you'r another," or hurl
! lng back thc charge, suppose you
' chango your style for once and tell
' bow you gol this secret.
1 Declining to discuss further the j
i subject which was tho ostensible
cause oribis attack, you have en
deavored to draw us into nn old
mutter between yourself a nd Mr II.
H. Young. When shown by a
sworn stuteinent ot the anther that
we had no connection with that
matter, scorning ai Kliment and re
jecting reason,you run rough-shod
over sworn statements, you pledge
yourself to believe that M ilich lias
boon branded an famous falshood.
Amt why? Because, 1st tho state
j mont was sworn to, and 'Jud you i
i imagined that WC appeared em- I
i barrassed. Vaulting vanity bas
conjured In yourdtstorted Imagina*
tien some conspiracy, which other
pooplc know bas never existed, and
with tho slogan "ring," you have
begun this unwarranted warfare.
Hut tho question is asked, what
dons the affidavit prove? In an
swer to this wc think it proves a
great deal. It proves conclusive
ly that when you charged those ar- i
tides to a "ring," you linnie a charge
which you could not prove, because
it was false. That, when In an
swer to tho question ns to what was
meant by the cry of "ring" you
said to Tm: AliVI?RTISKR? "Thou
art the niau," you made a charge
against us, malicious tis it was
false, andas tidally unsubstanti
ated as any charge you could have j
made. It proves moreover, that
you have received the secrets of j
this office surreptitiously, your in
timation to tho contrary notwith
standing. Th eso are tho positive
facts, proved by Mr Youngs state
ment j while your whole course, in
making an attack upon our review
of the Murray Hill, and then at
tempting to drag us into a totally
disconnected matter, between your
self and Mr Young, proves your ma
lice towards Tur. ADVKKTISKK.
You are mad. Mad, because this
pap*r did not "turn up its Iocs and
die," as you predicted it would.
While Tun AUVHRTISKR was yul
tin infant, one week old, you pub
lished un editorial which showed
your disposltion'townrds tho paper.
You showed then that you would
attempt, by any method, to break ?
dowu a paper that would dare to
break your sweet monopoly ofjour
no l':m i ft Laurens County. You
gave in that article, headed "lathe
Newspaper Business overdone,"
I tho sail fate which awaited our
venture. After decrying "patent
outsides," and jiving a pen-pic
tnre of Tin: A .iv r. KTisr.it n> it ap
peared to you, this was given as
our doom: "After a few weeks 01
"possibly months, of miscra'.ilo ex
istence, the little mongrel turns
"up its toes. It is dead.''
nt TICK AUVKRTIRER did not
die, and tho more, we dld'nt die,
tho more furious you been me.
Finding tho cry of "patent outside"
of no avail, you then made a tira
de against "plate-matter."
Your chagrin, at witnessing fal
turo stamperl upon each successive
attempt to injure the business of
this paper, was completo; and
when tho "little mongrel" which
you confidently prodietod would
turn up its t ies, dared to opposed a
bill which you, the great "Senior
P.ditor," championed in tho balls ol
legislation, arid which you attemp
ted to saddle on Lau ron.s county
through your papel, then it seems
w<*had roach, in your mind, the
very acme of impudence, Then it
is t h at innuendoes gave place toan
You are right when you say your
zeal for the passage of ?he Murray
BUI w as slight. That was "polities."
Wo hnve al ways bel io ved your zeal
in the causo of temperance was
overestimated, and we bollevo that
lt was not so much your zeal for the
Murray BIM, ns it was a desire to
injure Tiri: ADVAKTISKR, that
prompted jon make this attack.
Your efforts in tho past have prov
od fruitless, our business hus stead
ily gTown, but whether we make or
ioso.Tnrc A nv ic UTI.SK n will contin
ue its course. Horn and hretl In
Laurens County, we are here to stay,
and weare here to speak our con
victions, "hewing to the line let
the chips fall where they may." Do
you worst; from the Herald, we
have nothing to fear.
w 11 ATWI MTBF DON i:
From tho various comments on
the plan Suggested byTirr. AUVKK
TIS Blt, relative to the conduct of
the democratic campaigns in this
stat^, lt listen that different views
! aro entertained. Whllw it is admit
ted thutthe matter is one of Imper*
i'contcnipnrarlcfe w ho think there are
any serious objections to tho plan.
It is tin: true democratic doctrino,
for it bringa tho choleo of officers
directly to ti?e people. While it is
true, as stated heretofore, no charge
ol* maladministration can bo
brough', against our present state
officers, yet it isa fact nevertheless
that they represent no fixed policy,
which it is onombent upon their, to
carry Into effect. Tho truth is, tho
issues ha ve never boon discussed.
No policy has been presented or
even (ramed. A nomination is
equivalent to nil election und for
the nomin?os of tho democratic
party to canvass South Carolina is
slicer folly. As was shown before
the last general election, the people
throughout tho state attended the
appointments to ?peak, in mere
linndfulls. Let tho Issues be dis
c US80d. For instance, take the Ag
ricultural College mutter, and let
nil such Issu OS be discussed before
the nomination of state officers,
then let the delegates to the nomi
nating convontlon be elected by
tho primary plan, and we have the
sent intent of the voters on these
issues. Now the question is, will
the various counties agitate this
question la-fore their local (dubs, su
that somthlng may ho done.
liAl'KKNS OF TO DAY
This week wo begin the publica
tion <?fa Berlosofarticleson tho town
j of Laurons. We begin on the mer
I chants, hut W?ll continue tlie sketc ll?
j os into other MIK S us our space will
permit. It is thc endeavor of Tit K
AnvKltTiSKit to give the actual
status of tho business of tlie town
and to show the Laurens of 1887,
rom an Industrial standpoint.
SHALL WE HEAR THE CANDIDATES?
What Some Newupayors Think of the 8ug
goitlon of The Advertiser Concer
ning thc Mode of Making
' Fr run Anderton Jsuvutxl .
We reprint from Tin; LA CK KN*
Anvr.UTlsr.it this week a very sug
gestive and thoughtful editorial or
the subject of "political apathy.'
It is becoming time for tho people
to bestir? themselves and escort ai i
beforehand what lo expiad of r
candidate for office, rather thar
wait until nfier the luckly iiomiiio<
of a convention is elected and tllOl
complain that he bas either dom
something unexpected or else dom
nothing. The fact that we ha vi
fortunately had good officers so fm
in State positions is not to he cred
?ted to the vigilance of the peoph
nt large. Tho people have heel
trustful, and, providentially, th oj
have not been betrayed, hut Prov!
dence has not mitered Into anj
guarantees oil this .score, lt is gen
orally accepted as an axiom tba
"eternal vigilance is the price n
liberty." ll i? not wi-c for a peu
pie to rest in suplnness and h thar
gy, ex poet i tig that politicians wll
ut ali times protect ami defend th
country's best interests, fof the;
may awake to a betrayal that wll
arouse them to revolution, A cain
conservative policy is the best am
safest for the country, but conger vu
tism is as far from Indifference am
unconcern on the ono band tis it i
from radicalism and exeitcilien
on the cd her. Let the people h
ulive to their interests, and lc
them demand a full ttndestandin]
ot the principles and policy of th
candidates for their suffrages, thoi
we can depoed upon it that thcr
will be no cause for revolution?r
excitement, but every man can n
main In peace und quiet under hi
own vine and fig tree, having th
reasonable assurance Mun (ho pul
lie wotfaro is in safe keeping, ail
that public a Ifni rs cannot go f;
! wrong before a reckoning will I
bad. Other States in the Soul
have adopted the policv of ha vin
candidates go before the people b
fore nomination, mid it would I
w ell for our people to comme?1
in time to consider tho ndvisablll
of adopting tlie same plan form
THE LATHENS ADVERTISE
while conceding thal our State go
eminent hus boen administer)
wisely mid Uprightly since IS7
makes tho suggestion Unit tho pu
lie interests would bo subservi
by a change in tim mode of seiet
ing our State officCIS. It holds th
State issues, prim to the action
j thc- nominating convention,shou
j bo discussed before the people,
i the end that bo? h men anti mon
? lires should bo properly undcrston
"Lot him," says THE A I> VE in
SEH, "who would be our (Joverm
come before the people with I
views before the nomination."
The Anderson Journal concurs
th. se views. It observe.- hat ol
er States in the South have ndo|
ed the policy of requiring ennd
dates to go before the people befo
nomination, and suggests that
would be well for our people to COI
menee in time to consider the a
Visa bil i ty of adopting (lie same ph
foi our next campaign. We lin
thu' this is a matter for diSCUSSlo
and we hope that nt tho prop
time it Will roce!VC the consider
tion that it merits.
[ Kingtl ree Iteenrrl. ]
Some of tho pupers of tito Stu
are Advocating tlie policy of
change in the selection of state <
fleers by requiring them to disci;
publie question before the peor
prior to the assembling of the Stu
i nominating convention. The sn
gestion wiiH mude by TIIK LA
HES* A DVEUTIBER, und us fur
we have observed, Hie puta
which have expressed thomsolv
on tim subject, approve of thc sn
gestion. The only objection Iii
wo cnn see hu that if thc candida!
for Stn te officers no required
make a canvass before th?' liomin
ting convention meets, and th
another after the convention h
mude the nominations, ns hrs hci
_._-*^imwm?m kwt??, r\ i i .
toforc been done, it would entail
un amount of time, expense and
labor upon tho candidates ami the
people, that few of them woukl be
willing to devote to such a canvass.
If the work of a campaign could
end, with safety, when tho nomina*
t ions are made, we think Utopian
suggested would ho free from any
Objection, but situated ns the Dem
ocrat party of this State is, with
tlie constant necessity for a vigi
j hint and thorough campaign In or
der to romain secure, tito work of
; campaign must continue active to
i the und, Thii objection above in?
? diente could be obviated hy making
j tin; nominations onlv a short timo
i before thu ?luv Kxcd by law for the
general election, which, in our
opinion, would be tho wisest course
in ease tin? suggestion of thc Al>
VKHTISEK should he adopted.
"There is a good deal of wisdom
in thc* suggestion that our candi
I dates for nomination go before tho
! people and give a statement of their
views and policy. This course isl
adopted in our sister State of (?cor- ?
I gin, and almost always decides tim ,
I choice of candidates. lt would
make the nomination more the!
business of the people and loss that '
of the caucus. Certainly before a
people's votes place a man in a po- I
sition to gov, rn tlu-in, ?mil bestow |
upon liim prerogative.", the itnpro
I per exorcises of which may prove ?
j disastrous, they should be t borough-1
ly advised of that man's policy,of
his integrity and purity ol' purpose.
Tho suggestion ls a good one, and is
made in season."
i Hd/Up/oM (Vito rc?i'd n i
This is a subject which should he
I carefully weighed and discussed.
Numerous objections could be urg
ed against a heated canvass and the
consequent dissatisfaction of the
defeated wing of the party, ?iud the
turmoil ?md methods of Georgia
polities could bo cited to show the
danger of the proposed change;
win lo, on tin- other ha m I, many rea
sonable arguments could be ad
vanced in favor of placing the can
didatos in the Held, just ?ts other
State-, do, and letting them con
tend, under rules and regulations,
for tlie coveted i omination '?cfo re
tho sovereign people. While it
may be rather a hazardous expcii?
no-tit, we ?uv inclined to favor Hie
"What a Contemporary Thinks
[Sparta n bu ry ll?- rn ].! '?
The L'.turonsville Herald ?ind the
l.AfitKNS AbVKKTISUlt have for
some time been waging war over
tho Murray prohibition bill. The
discussion has degenerated, ospecl
?liv on the part ol' the Hornill, into
an offensive personal controversy.
Last week tho Herald charged Mr
( ?arlington, the editor of Til l-? A ll?
VKKTlstilt, with being the aittHoi of
communication in Til!'. AoVKHTt
KKK, the authorship nf which Mr
darlington disclaimed, To prove
titi-- charge the editor of the Herald
i procured the statement of un ex
: printer in the office, of TIIK AD?
I VKItT!SI-*.lt that tine of t hese articles
j was in the bandi* riling of Mr Gar?
I lington. Mr darlington answers
I w ith au iifhdavjl by tho real author
j of the article, swearing that Mr.
i darlington did not write it, but only
j copied it nt Iiis request in order
? Hutt his name might not be netray
I ed hy the printer, whose lldcllty he
! dill not trust. To induce an employe
j to betray the secrets ol Iiis employ
I er ls absolutely indefensible.
J. P. MA KT IN A Co.,
have ?ill the lalo nov? les;in the way
Ur csa goods .ind Trimming, clonks,
Newmarkets, Wraps, Jackets and
i Jersey etc.
' One ear loud Hoots ?ind Shoes, at
J. C. M A HT IN A Co,
j from -10 rds., up to any price to suit
II ?et? vfith e <lraordin?ry aftlcaoy oe Ot*
-?* AND BOWELS.
AN EFFB471JAL SPECIFIC FOR
Malaria, IX>wol Complaint?,
I>yw|><-paia, Hick ll*>ada?be>
Cotiatl patton, UUIOBIM.I.
Kidney Affection*. Jaundlea,
Mental Iiepreaalon, Coll?,
BEST FAMILY MEDICINE
Ho Household Should bs Without K,
and, by hoing kept ready for ImmedlMa une.
will PAVO many un hour of au florina; and
many a dollar In time and dovtora' billa,
nu.nr. is BUT ONE
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
Ste that you oat the gonuine with rad "JJ"
on front of Wrappar. Preparad only by
J. H. ZEILIN A. CO., ?tola Propriatara,
PkiradPpSi* Pa. PRICK, Sl.OO,
With a full corps of ns-dstauts the
Lnuronsvillo Female College will
r?organise and begin full session
Sept. IOth. Rooms comfortable,
Standard high. Special attention to
all Female accomplishments, New
and splendid Pianos, Nomsecta
i rinn. Government parental. Young
Imiies under the immediate care of
Mrs. McCaslan and Mrs. N, C Jor
dan. Pupils received ^t any time
and charged until end of quarter.
Board $12 per month in advance.
Tuition $20,$80, and with classical
course $40 per Collegiate yenr, pay
able monthly. We solicit und hope
to merit public patronage. Pur
any information address,
W. M. McCASLAN,
L.A?RKN8-&. ?\? July 20. 18*7, ly.
This Powder ?ever vnlroHtA marvel
of purity M'lciiHth nii'l wholesomeness
Mme CCOIlOlllicid llltltl tho Onlinarv
kinds, mu? (.?innot bo Bold in compon
tion with thc inultitmle of low tost
short wriirht ultim or phosphate pow
dor? Sold univ in CANS. Ito VA l< ii.VK
INO .PQWOKV. '"'H.. pHi Wall Street. N.V
POMONA, N. <'.,
Two und ono bull* milos wost of
Greensuoro, N. C. Tin. mn in linc
of tb" lt. A h. lt. pu 1 - tbiough
thogrounds mid within ion foot of
timothee. Sn lo ni lin 1 - reg
ular sd ??px twieo rjail; ? lng .?ich
way. Those inturcsf ti ix I?'ru it
ami Fruit nrowlnu ur? cordially
invited to inspect this Hie largest
nursery in the .dato : : one of the
largest III the ?nu | h
Tho pr i rh . r h > f ?r many
years visited g nurseries
North :m<l W . .' and . . i <. noded
with those ol f ?ri igi? i .'dries,
gathering every fr ii i t I hut was cal
culated to suit lb( , hoth na
tive and foreign. Tho reputation
of Pomona Hill Nurseries is snell
Unit many agenta going out from
Greenslioro representing other nur
series, try to leave tho impression
that they are representing these
nurseries. Why do they do it?
Let the public answer.
I have in slock growing (andean
show visitors th? same) the largest
and best ?tock <>f trocs Ac., over
shown or seen in :i"y two nurseries
North Carolina, consisting of ap
ple, peach, pear, cherry plum.
grape, Japanese persimmon, Jap
nt oso plum, apricots, nectarine,
Hussinn apr'cot, mulberry, quinces
Small fruit: Strawberry, rapherry,
currant, pecan, English walnut,
rhubarb, asparagus, evergreens,
shade t recs. rose.., Ac.
(jive your order io my authoriz
ed agent or order direct from the
nursery, l 'on >-spoin h-nco sol ici (ed
Desert [di vu catalogue free to appli
.1. VAN LI N IH.KV,
< i ii il ford County, N. C,
Mav IR, ISS7. nm
Ol i n ( >i ('MI NTY TUP.A?rttRU,
I. A I I I r. N s <*. H., S.C., Sept. 7th.
I will attend at thc following
named piucos for the collodion ol
Taxes for Laurens ( 'ounly, S. < '., for
the fiscal year eiinimebeing Nov?
mutier l-t IKSO, a- follows:
October I?. at lylei ville in Scuf
fle's Township from l<> A M to _'
October 17 at Jos. Dueans t ?rein
Jack Township from IO ,\ M., foi'
Cotoher IS, at lt Y ll l'o'l store
in Jacks Township, from ld a lu lo
2 p m.
( )ct olu-r, IO at (mids ville, in I fun?
tor Township from n? a ni lo : j m.
October 20,at Clinton in Hunter.
Township, from 10, u m to'J p m.
October 21, at Spring (?rove in
Cross Mill Township, from io a ni
to 2 m.
October22, at Cross Hill from
10, a in to 2 p m.
October Ul, at Waterloo ill Water
loo Township, from 1 ba m to 2 |? ni
October 2?, at ll L Henderson's
store in Waterloo Township, Irotn
IO ti in tu Li p m.
October 20 ?ii Mr . rtoi in Sul
livan's Towush p, from li) ;i m to 2
October .' i Tu u bli n > : ??ll si
Sullivan'.- I'u' isbi] IO um
to 2 m.
< >ctobov Church in
Dial's T . n IO a in to 2
October : ? ?il V ? . Murd in
Dials. Township, lr I ii m to 2
Noven Store in
Young . .- )\\ n li p, li nm IO a m tu
2 p m.
Novemliei I it W H ParsonV
store in Young's Township, from
lo a m to ? p m.
Oct?U, Nov I, 2, nt Laurens C lt
from 10 a ni to g p rn.
On and after tho 5th, tiny ?if No
vember the treasurer's office will
ho open at Laurens C II, S (', for
tho collection of said taxes until
the loth, of December 1KS.7.
Tho tax levy for Laurens Conn
ty for fiscal year li as follows:
State Tax, I j.
County M t.
it it " ru,
School o 2.
Special on Sullivan 81,
Total Ul J.
Poll Tax fi,oo.
All persons Indebted to me hy
note or account prior to I88S7, ,ir>
hereby notified thal same positive?
ly must be set dod hythe loth, of
October next. All failing to dose
will find their claims in the hands
of tut officer for collection.
W. H. OAK HKTT?
The Largest, Finest,
House in "tl
Wo ?rc nowreoelvti?B our Full stock nf I'm
?vcr hud, ami Ulis is SH vi UK very numb, foi
both in Stylos und Prices always soil
?II t ho N yilil* lllildo lulu furuttllrl?, consist
oak, luiltution Mahogany, Antiguo Ash, H
Walnut Suits. ftt 00. Marble top, $
Promos, $35 to fiW Ot). Kino Silk Pnrloi
We curry from io to 7.1, arlor uit-i an<l f
It will nay you to como und see us or writ
COMIO and prior, WO Will be gi Uti to sh
843 Broad St.,
-AM. HINOM OK HTA Ol,
BACON, Him AK,
t-ar-Load of Flour just He
All of which wo soil nt HOTTO:
Geo. 33- .A
La/mrens - -
.-iiigiMii x o, 1887.
Cultivate thc M
-Dealers in Rough, anil Ho
Doors, Sash ano. 1
I Laths. Mantels, Newels
FINE AND CY PI.
WC can have done at short notii
of fancy work. It you rncati
GRAY & A?
MtNTKli <c- /.I MfKNOXW Furn
you can buy tho chen post and Ix
We will not he ll
.Inst th .ak of it, II n'.ee all walnut set. IO p
market, ?W>00, Very huiulsoiiio wulnnl s
Neal beils for il 'MK Neal OU I OHUtt for
We koop eoiiHtnnli.v Oll hand
MattitsM's, Bed Springs, Lounges, flan
- -\\ r> uro also hoad*
Orv Goods, Drugs Good Slums,
Dohl fuil to examino MI stock niel pri
IIIMI ey, ami monoy save ; is money made,
Is/L in -ter <Sc ?
Laurens, H. r. May 18,1887 Nm
1 1 j 1 1 1 i , i"
TUE LACHENS BA II.
M. L, OOPKLANDt
A T T 0 K N R Y A T b A W
LAI'UKN* C. IL, H. C.
. , Opie,- over National Hank.
N.J. liol.MKS. ll. V. SIMI-oiN
HOLMES il SIMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
L JRENS C. lt., - - - s. c.
J. w. li. ie a UB< IN. ec, PR ATI! fi AMT** lt
FEHO I SON A FEAT111:1 iSTONE
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAURENS C. H.. - - - H. f.
A bbc v die.
Vi V. M'OOWAN
fl KN IST ? Mri i (?VAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAURENS Ci n.S. V
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LACHENS, S, C.
frr-i Mibr over ?tore of w. L. Royd.
J. T. JOHNSON. W. li. niClfKY.
JOHNSON A lilCHUY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OIKIOK Fleming'* Corner, Norlhwmi
si lo of Publie Hipmro.
LAt'RKNS, C.H.j - . - S.C.
W\ H. l^tetr Lin
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
<M<MBWWMMP??gwwMBMi wi iij^ i ?mm
f EE PALACE
and Most Reliadlo
'tiiture. Tho lineal nwt cheapest wo
. wo huvO foi" years hoon
fug on dose margins. We In?ve
in? <>f Mahogany, Cherry, Antique
lohd Ash, Olivo HIHI Walnut.
1000 Parlor Snits, Plinth Walnut
sui is, $.V. Ol) to ?100 00.
rom HX? to l?O ?hniltbor snits in ?tock
o for catalogue uni pr icu UH sent freo
ow yon lit rough
- _A.uig-u.sta,> Qa..
,K OOOUS, StU'lt AS
C K A CK KUM,
:, CANN Kl) UOOIW
K, OF ALL KINDS,
1 of Bagging: and Ties.
1/ FIG l'?IMS.
- - - - s o
ind by Buying
i? it y Prepared Humber,
vol' livery Kind,
i. Sa-*, cd and Turned
?r and in LT?M*?I stylo nny kimi
Ittisiltcss Cal! to soe us.
Laurens C. H.. S. C.
ilturo Palacn is Hie place where
.st Furniture in lite South.
.'S, ', non l>le for $j*a ?V0, wort lt in nor
et, lu i ?I ecos, marble top, for Jl? uti.
.: Noni aol i luilrs, for f2 76,
I a rompi?le stock of
iy Carriages, also Carpets and Jings.
Huts, Clothing ami Millinery,
I CM before huying UN WO will mtv? von
We will not h.- ,i M.I.o ...lil
J a. m i ? s o n
Loaders of Low Priest.
LA C It CN s COUNTY
REAL * E'S .WE
WANTKM To borrow $1600,00 for ihren
years with tho prlvalege of rive years?
A )ll>c A\ inti rest nil! he paid HUI! mort
Hii^e on Kimi KalatO given.
WANTI O: Tn buy a Small Farm, 100
to IM ?eros. Woll watered and titular
od land desired. A portion of th? pur
chase money will bo cash, oalance on
I'IIK SALK: A number of resilience* In
ile Town of Lauron*; ciao vacant lola,
irreat bargain* offered!
l'on Rr.N r: Throe or four good ?tor?
Rooms In lim Town of Utirfltii. Loea
POR ltKMr: Throe or four lurga resi
dences In the Town of C on ene, beiitdoH
a number of cottages and cutana.
Fon KALK: Mino aerea land In dlfforent
portions of Lauren* County. Also a vul
liablo plantation near Ninety-Nix anti
(ireettWOOd in Abbeville county.
I-mi RAMO Ono brick ?toro room;
also, one halt interest in ibo Fleming
wuro-hotiao, In the Town of I.miren?.
Koa SAI.):: TI.at elegant tract of J.ind
one and fine half miles wont of Lam on.?
Courthouse, known as tho Frank Klora
hiK pince TliU place containaSAOarre A,
and ia woll Improved. Oood water,
Koo.l hulldinna. I amii fe ri ile and Ami In
good atatc ot cultivation.
.1. M. HAMPTON Manager.
DR' AAT I? BALL,
OHce over National Rank,
dice d a en Mondaj-a And ueadaya
Li. VRKNS, - t * . . t. fl