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l'A VA I'. I. V. IS ADV ANTI'.
Kate? lor Advertising. 'Ordinary Ad
cor* tsonionts, por so o are. Ono I user?
Hon, st.oo; oneil subs?quent Inser
i lon, 50 ..."?its.
?.lhorul reduction mudo for I ar jr o Ad
i, A rm: xs, s. c., Nov. 20, \
K litorlnl I*:n*;irn pl???.
When the editorial rorer! of tho Allan*
ta Constitution ure not too drunk, they
frequently stump tho town for prohlhl
Over mm hu ml real lives wore lost in
t h t sinking of n at oa?n-ship which stile l j
ir,en K for Nen- York.on Sun
Atlnnla Chi., with all her Kxposit hms
nu I KiiporstitloiiH, is a failure as a cot
Pm market, she is short this se is m hy \
tr' hi prose ni liOtrlsbitiir? would nd -
lourn to mini foi* Ihlrtv dava durlnii
the year ls IT, we holievo t!i . Stale would
The N"\vs ,V Cun i >r ui'ikos unod
newspaper a hotter paper tlinn riliv
thing elso. I; ls sahl tho Nows <ti Cour
rier tn i le lien Tillman.
T; ha? h? 'ti said that fir oin r is an
Ind?pendant linaine**. So it is. Rvorv
. o in urooH on hi*own honk tin 1 the Sher
i'T looks after tho hindmost ni uo
Senator Huller will lntrodM"0 a hill in
t'oii^ri?-in to '-r"t no a vearlv ton dava' or
two winks' <?a ? i'll*! -i MI I ia NV-is'iln?
ton, oT t 'i j tn t ! i : I of fha S! i' OH ia turn.
Edgftlio'd, is now conneotod with tho
.. >..! I hv m ' "N o'" -i toloohnn <>. and last
\ t }\i t 'iiVcr* nt I nat do^koj of tho eon'itv
iv its clearod in Ihroo divs. Rdgficld
may y : bo olvnll/id,
I'd ? dnur :i - 's of lt .ok Hill havo nitl
llonod tho i" flslatiiri? not to nllow thom
' . sell Ihpior for mtv rmrpoao, Tt is now
IM hi*.lor Tor the physicians to ast< thal
honorablo linly not to nllow them to
take or pr s ?rlliO it for filly tlison.se.
.Tu I ,. ? Aldrich is said lo have recent -
ly tired a broadens! into "reformers"
who out t ho salary of sherill's, dorks, ito,
so low that responsible men would not
havo otll .". an I then tarn round and
very Innocently nsk for it$'250,000eollogo.
Miss Cook, tho hitie-eynd and irolded
haired oamlidat . tor School Commis
sioner in Now York, was badly henton,
Ici? Ci ?> r te ? was n it withottl its reward
Imlaisl Miss Nellie has lost nothing it
w iuld s . ..o from the announcement
that she will, in a few days wed n young
lawyer and politician.
everything la going hy "trusts."' We
hoar ol'tho "oolloo sood oil trust" ami
t?von tho typo inaUors h ive formed n
rust" to r lise the pri?e. How ?sit
thal tiles'* "t rusts" do not nourish in tho
'South? When nur people begin this
trust business, the Sheriff invariably
Shoi't-hulred wotnon ono tnkocornge,
NV bile M rs Salt er, of Argoitin, Kalians,
was Sornbblng away at tho wash lui?
nm! attending to domestio li ttle*, tho
oh Izons of . In? town w ore (<n ril'xed in an
el.-011011 which resulto! in milking Mrs
S.iltor Mayor or I ho city.
I ?os I al Telegraph v will doubtless ho
one ol'tho mdiiovemci.t.s ot the r.oxt
Congre1 . It is mil proposed to buy or
h'ase exl*ting line;, but to build them
I 'hu la?go lilies Ural ami then ev
t - - s ? ' thom t i soldier. This m ll kos tho
ojvil sorvioo law ibo more Important as
ii a Ids greatly to th - patrouago oft no
party in power.
Al Kiugstree, II few days URO in bis
address to tho t'armars MrTil'mm flo
olnrcd that ..Cds movement has three
legs, ono political log ami two agricul
tural legs," which lentis the WI unshorn
Herald and Nows to remark ilia) th?
spenker should havo In this moment of
e ii.dor. gonn a slop forth >t and explain
that tho politl?n! log expected Hie agri
cultural h us lo curry it hilo public of
V? hon :i ?nan wants olTico, lot bini say
. lt is no disgrace to ho a candidate,
nor should a 111:111 bo ashamed lo loll
w hat ho is after This thing of tho ollleo
hunting tim man and not tho man tho
office, is only soon m eu loglos. It la
practically nonsense. We don't like
too many dark noi ses. Let tho candi
dates oomo forward for Inspection and
lot the people choose intelligently.
li is supposed hy some that a .fjvi.ooo
''separate mid distinct'1 Agtleulttirnl
Coll 'ge, M ill cure all tho ills which HOW
bosci the farming interests of this conn
ry. We holievo not liing "I t ho kind.
Wo uood educated and intelligent men
on Hil- farm as in every other avocation,
hut a man who is educated has had thc
right training in nil.V school can go on
tim farm ami there liv practical experi
ence mid study, gun more kliottlodgn
of agriculture than "separate and dls
linei" colleges o vi r dreamed ?d'.
That sound and sterling da.ly, the Co
lumbia Iteglster, says ninny good laings
in a forcible II i o ii nor, but this paragraph
s hard to heat :
"The legislator on^1 .t lo eonsii 1er Ililli*
solf ri leglslnlor not for his township or
conn ty Ollly hal tor tin- whole State,
llonihora, it is true, uro olooled from tho
counties, but they are legislators for ail
Holltll Carolina, just as thc Senator (dei"
( .il ny tho Legislature of any State is a
UnltOd Slates Swnator."
Abolit a your agu we bearii a uront
deal of " Hu 11 co i nb" aboil 11 Im Phosphat o
* nipanies ol' this Stale. H was olalin
. '. that they were netting enormous.
Wealth, mid that tho.State was making
nothing) i' now soon by th J light fur
itishod tn<? 1'uisi itiva ootnmlUo?, that
tho mining companion after paying a
roi aity of $'J0<t,0t?) to HtO Stat? ar? unable
lo ..i . 11 hu rock and aro almost bankrupt.
Tilla is a eleni* ense of killing tho goose
nf thc golden egg.
Oll Sunday last Barnum's big show
was burned. Ii II ml rei ls ol' an i m a ls, in -
eluding elephants, t ij;i'rs, lions, leopards
minds lind (torsos wort? liberated ami
toro t brought (he streets at a furious
rate. ICIcphunttt, it is Haid tossed indi
viduals high in s r, and made midnight
ditloous in Ib'idKoport.
WAITING! AND WATCHING:.
Tho Legislature is now in sossion.
Vor inany reasons, this sossion w ill
bo watched critically by tho whola
state. Tin' new recruits aro now
broken to harness, ?ind if th*? re- Is
anything lu them, it is limn for il
to cuiti.'mt! Tho demands, by
w ay of additions and subtractions
and alteration, which havo crystal
lised slllCO thc last session, uro nu
merous anti extraordinary. Many
of these demands .-trike al Ibo
foundation of our organic btw, and
the prosperity ?d' our state, so far
us it eau bo tiffed od hy legislation,
will for ,\ear to como bo measur
ed by tho ability, conservatism it url
wisdom of those who e impose this
honorable body. 'Ibo spirit which
has brought (actions and dissen
tients into legislations must be de
plored by till fait-minded men.
IO tivy, malice, and an effort to
gain tho approval <>f tho rabble, at
a aneri Hoc of principle; personal
animosity und personal friendship;
ure influences, absolutely unworthy
of mon in onie:1, and should be be
neath the dignity of legislators.
Thc grcal questions which arise
should bc settle?!, altor careful con
sideration, not by trickery or kna
very, bul by thc unbiased Judg
ment of those chosen for this pur
pose. Tricksters are out of place
in legislativo balls, and likewise
Tho present Legislature will bc
called to deal with the Agricultu
ral College problem, the reorgani
zation of th.- Department of Agri
culture the phosphate question,thc
Constitutional Convention and a
host ol' ot her measures.
These are grave questions. How
will they be met? Will tho mem
bers vote according to honest con
victions,!^ lorain populnritv ? Will
they be overawed by outside influ
ences? Will they lu-true to their
Moro important still, than any
specille measure mentioned, is an
evident desire all over this state, ti
desiro which is fast assumingthc
shape ol'a demand in t ruth, is that
our taxes ho reduced to thc mini
mum and that assessments bc pro
perly equalized. This is the need
of thc hour. Not au Indiscrimi
nate cutting down of salaries-not
a wholesale demuclatlon of existe
I ry institutions, but nu Intelligent
I revision of Ute appropriations, so
that ?oaks, Iftlior? to be leak?, may
be stopped, and Hie people's money
bc placed where it will do most
Thursday next, is the day set
apart l?v tlc* Chief Executive of
the greatest nation that the sim
j has ever lighted, as a day of ?hank
giving anti prayer. Men and wo
men in a christian land should
give thanks daily, but it is well
for tho people a< a whole, by direc
tion pf civil rulers lo lay aside btts
iness and the cares of lifo occasion
j ally to make free and open ac
knowledgement to tho Divine ru
ler for tho many blessing they en
Amid thc trials and vexations
of life, wc ure apt to grow inolan
ckoly and soo only thc d irk places
along our paths. Men w ho brood
over misfortunesalwnys think that
others are happy w hile they alone
suffer, nnd this makes imaginary
ills real. It is well lo stop and re
count tho blessings which wc, as
citizens and as individuals enjoy
tinder tho dispensation of t he (river
of nil good.
All men cannot he either prospe
rous, contented or happy; but
throughout this fair land, from the
Atlantic to thc Pacific, and from
the Gulf to Canada, comes the re
port of peace and prosperity .such
as f-w rou?t ries enjoy. Tl.a rt lt
has yielded her increase ami every
industry is feeling the invigorating
effects. As a nation we have pros
pered. At no t ?mc citild I he South
ern people participate in tho na
tional thanksgiving with moro zeal ?
than to-day. Many of tho scour
ges hat have infested other paris,
wc have cse aped. From anarchy,
socialism timi nclrinonictia political 1
war furo we have boon froo, ii may I
bo that other slates can boast of j
trica fer booms and more . money,
but South Carolina, willie trio? to
ber history and sacred traditions,
bas gono steadily forward Indus?
trinity. Lot us r?membar tho bios?
flings ol thc past year lind bo thank
HOW WOY LD IT DO.
It is stilted that Iowa ls donsld
Bflng the advisability of establish
ing "courts of consllliatlon ;" bor
rowing tho ?dca from Denmark
ind Norway. We havo no doubt
nit that such a scheme might bo
nude so ns to work well. Any?
liing that lends either to discour
ige or ?xito lite litigation, ls ben?
Ociad. Two-thirds of thu casos
willoh crowd our Calendars, aro
duo to misunderstandings, and by
proper steps could 1)0 settled to the
satisfaction of all parties, without
going through tho expensive ma
chinery of tho Courts.
A legally appointed board of ar
bitration, before whom disputes
might bo placed with power to ox
tinline the partios und report, would
doubtless put an end to much petty
litigation which now tUKes valua
ble time. lt is said that in Den
mark, thoso courts settle Ave out
of six cases that aro brought be
i fore them. The law is expounded
! und tho parties advised, but when
tin agreement cannot be reached
then tho rogular courts uro resor
Talahassce's Budget ?if Nowa from the
Capital of Jacka Township.
The weather seems to be suffer
ing with an nee u to attack of in
clemency to day, with some indica
tion of snow. Wo are in the rat
tling little city of Clinton this
morning amid tito bustle ami stir:
so characteristic of tho capitol of
11 outer's Township.
Mr J. lt. Adair, of Jack's Town
ship says iu? is tho champion shot
j <d' Laurens county. He tired thirty
! shots ix few ?lays since, and brought
down twenty-five South Carolina
quill!. Pretty good for (Stove.)
Capt. L, 12, Dendy, formerly of
this county but now u resident of
tho great booming city of Birming
ham Alu., is visiting Iiis brother at
obi b rt Hargrove near this place.
The capt. is looking well and cheer
ful and speaks in the highest of bis
adopted home, and declares that
lhere is some life in obi Carolina
Mrs Dr Martin, has been quite
sick, but we uri? glad to note is con
Many thanks to the heads of (he
cotton department, where ever,
ami whoever they are; they have
doubtless made a new deal, lind
turned up jack, and jack is paying
remunerative prices for the fleecy
Tho trial and acquitnl of Martha
Cook (colored) charged with in fan*
ticitle came olf berti a few days
Many of tin? boys visited the
State Capitol last week, and from
what we learn some of them saw
the siatutc ol the father of bis
SC RY I \ (IKS' ASSOCIATION.
Tho Veterans' Organization in Good Work
ing Order- Completing tho OIUcla.1 Roll
A Festival on the 31st---Varlous Com
Laurens e. H.s. ci
Nov. s, 1HS7.?'
The Survivors' Asssnctulion of Lau
rens County, H. C .meei nt ll A. M. The
meeting was (Milled t<> order by the Pres
ident, Col. lt. NV. Itali. The minutes of
the last meeting were rea?! and contlrm
Tin- Treasurer of the Association made
a report, which ?AUS adopted.
'l in- Secretary is requested to write to
I Capt. IL W. Shell, odored the follow
ing resolution, willoh was adopted:
Itc&olvett, That a Connnitloo of throe
be appointed by the President from each
Township, on membership to tho Associ
ation, and report progress at the next
I'ho !'"!lou in LT coin mi t tees were nppoln
Voting's Township Melvin Fleming,
, Ahrain Cook, O. tl Thompson And Col.
A. NV. Ihirnsido.
Laurena Township ('apt. James Hud
' gens, W. J. Copeland, .lames Hell, J. l?\
' Itatiuigo, J. I?. M . shaw, A. NV. Ilrutulott,
N. S. Harris and ( ant. .1. NY. Watts.
dial's Township A. S. (?wings Messer
Ihlhh and A. C. < iwlllHs.
Sullivan's Township /.itu ri farter, Mr
w. .1. Italientino and s. .1. Holt.
Waterloo Township Dr. J. lt. Smith,
John M. Il milieus and I?. NN'. Anderson.
Cross Hill Township l>r. J. H. Watts,
Hen NVells, Hubert T. Hollingsworth ami
Maj. Slimoul beaman.
Hunter Township NV. H. Farrow,
Capt. W. J. Leake ami NN . H. Dell.
Jacks Township J. A. Jones, J. NV.
Little ami L. NV. Copeland.
Seulllotown Township J. n. fly rd, NV.
A. Mcclintock ami A. V. Thompson.
The Secretary thou read II letter from
(hui. M. I., bonham, Adjutant and In
I speetor (louerai, from which it was
learned (lint no roll of Company H.,
Third S. C. Infantry, or Company I-:.,
James battalion, had ever been 'made
out for th?> adjutant ami Inspector (leno
rill's ( lillee.
Capt. <L W. Shell moved that acorn
millee of three from ( 'oinpany G., Third
S. C. Infantry, and a committee of titree
fruin Company IO., James Hattalion.be
appointed to make complete rolls of
these Companies, Tho motion was car
Nlr. Templeton moved that this Asso
ohitioil appoint a day for un extra moo
ting, and to have a dinner for tin* old
Soldiers. The motion was carried, ami
tlio.'Us) ?lay ol' Deco i n bo r, issy, was ap
pointed as'tbe day for tho Veteran fes
tival. Tho Presblont also appointed (J.
M. Langston, J. (). Templeton and (1. NN'.
Shell asa finance Committee to arrunge
for the meeting.
The Association Adjourned totneet on
December Hist, 1887, at ll o'clock A. M.
H. NV. HALL,
I?. I*. (ioooANs, Sec'y.
ls hereby given thal I will Apply to A.
W. burnside, Judge of Probate, on the
huh December next fora (iuul diftchnrire
AS Administrator of Anua South, dee'd.
DANI KL L. SOUTH,
Mrs M. W. W. BRYSON,
Will He-open hor School st
Thomas' Cross Roads,
Moodily, November 2ist.
Careful attention to pupils. Patron
age nolloitod. Terms reasonable. Sat
isfaction < ui..unb e I.
But a continual p.iz'Je to 01
menue and superb atocle, au I tin
the rank woad of bigh prices an
1G yards Checked Homes
.1 yunis all-wool Joans foi
Ladies' Jerseys only 50 c
ns does tho glittering gold gin Iden
you cnn put thom "whore they will
Lidies' I Ie m in Jil Hrndk
ll yardi Fruit of tin
Bleaching for ?1.00.
20 pieces Fiigle A, PVe
wool, 0 oz. Jeans :17.J coot*
No year in the history of our bus
certainly means something, and tin
largest, beat selected und most com
merit. Watch tho numbers on thu
Mens' Brogans, 0, 7 mu
Mons' Brogans, 8"> cents.
Mens' Congress Gaiters, il
Wo tell you this; don't be Ito > l\vl
know Mr. So and So," but look wild
publish, and investigate the curred
emphatically and satisfactorily pro
T H E Fli RN II
Of .A. UL g
Th? Largest, Fines
Wc nro ItoWreceiving our Pilli slock of
over hud, ami this is saving very much
both io Styles ami Prices always
all thc woods made into furniture, COT?
Oak, Imitation Mahogany, Antique Asl
Walnut Suits. $3500. Marble to|i
Frames, $35 to $50 OW. Flu? Silk Pa
We carry from AO t?? 7">p arlor nits at
lt will pay yon to como und see ns or w
t 'onie and prior, wc will bo ulad t<
S4S Broad St.,
ISTew Ooo da
Attractive additions to both do;
w ill not bo under sold. Visitors al
our goods ?ind tell ?mr prices windi
Books and Hcturo Mouldings a spi
-Dealers In Bough,and 1
Do rs, Sash and
Do s, Mantels, Newe
PI E AND GYP
Wc ti have ?lone nt short no
of fancy work. If you mern
GRAY & A:
MOLASSES, F KP F F
CO F F F.F, SPF
Car Loa 1 of Flour just H
All of which WO sell at BOTTC
Geo. 33. -A
Laurens - -
IVE CENTS. 5CtS
1 IVE CENTS. W%M* W?
Sciul Kl vc routs in st a mps at once for
our elegantly illustrated Catalogue
So VT ll HUN JEWELRY IIOLHK
K. H. Johnson A' Hon.,
njrlnm ?02 .Main St., Lynchburg, Va.
TD-R W KC BALL,
7>fnoo over National Hank,
cc tiny?- Mondays and uoaday*
ot a Nine II
ir lee ble competitors, is our UM
* continued increase in our sales,
il clearing thc land for -lowing t
This Week We Scatter B
pun for 22 yards Bleach
r 8> cts. Calicos, 2J cents,
asy GreBnbacks Lubric
tho miser's heart. To us either of t
do you tho m >st good."
erohlofs 2"? yards shirting
Gents' full ribbed
5 Loom regular made, sit 1
?ix. nil- Lidies' n-jfitUTfO
i, worth fancy and Oxford gi
g ?od value nt 00 coi
(noss has o quilled the prosont in volt
i m nt obtuso oO?orver can U?O.M?Y ?>
pl o to Stock in h turril 4, au 1 o ir li^n
vvhool nit I sjvj if you ti >n't "strlko ii
1 s, GD Mons'll > >K U.ol
CnildroiH1 B ?ol % !
\V un un* ' 'nlka-t, <
.Donuts. L idles'Bu CAMI an
Inked by tho oUl-iinv.i phi- ol'" (lr
rc your interest lint, I li rd y?>ti
[noss of our quotations, ii ive fool
llOUtlce us thc Moving I " or, tho lt
L A U ll E N
st, and Most Reliable
furniture. Thc ?IIIOHI mut ehe apost w
, for wo have for years heen
sol I lng on close margins. Wo liavo
Histing nf Mahogany, cherry, Antique
li, Solid A sh, < ?li vu mid Walnut.
>, 140 00 Purler Suits, Plush Walnut
r r suit-!, $.">"> 00 to $:l'K? <),?,
ul from loo tu liV) chandler NII?IH in Rt nek
rite for catalogue nu I pneo li-* sent tree
> show von 111 rom: ll
- .A/LiguLSta.. Qa.
pnrtmonts uro arriving daily. Wi
ivnys welcome. We arc glad to show
ior you wish to buy or not. Schoo
nein I tv*.
itei'dy Prepared Lumber,
igs of Every Kind
ls, Sa\*ed and Turned
MUS KI ll Nc LES.
tice and in good si m> kind
i business call t?>
Laurens C. H. S. C
t ? i
I'l.K noons, ni ru AN- -
CE, OP ALL KINDS.
Ld of Bagging and Ties.
)M Fia rnt:s.
----- Q O
Itv permission of A. W. Iliirnnidc,
Probate Judge, I will settle tho Karat* of
W. W. I'utman, deeensi>d, at thin Office nt
[.Huron* C. II. on tho 2hth ?hiv of lloe ,
ISS7, st lOn'olook. A. M.. and nt thu Hamo
timo wdll apply for a (in il dlseluirni.
All persons having ilfl'nnnda a^ainat
Midd e-u ute ?re lei,dy 11 <, 111 i e, ( to present
tho Name, in duo form, on or hoforo nald
dav, or he forover harrod. And nil In
debted aro required to make nuvuicut hy
said time. '
IRIIY I> PITTMAN,
thnted succ?s?. . ? L?rge crowds <
show the public appreciation of
he seed of real values.
roidcast tha Following:
ed Shirting for Good Cal
?ates thsWhaals of C)rr
hose "circulating mediums" will sui
for $1.00. 10 yards
half hose, full, cunts.
0 couts, worth . 0-1 Dr?.?
hose in solids, at 25 couts,
roys nt 2> cents,
lin i of tra li un 1 am >unt of sales, u
JO it is th i poipleN p-.itronage. An
ros uro ahv.vys relied on ivs tito I
75c, $1.00, $1
r> conti. Soo our L:
H c mts. nt $2.25,
I ti ?co Shoos,
?oat I$\rjriinV' or bo handicapped ii
can get tho in >-d for your ni moy.
satisfied your verdict will join tho
ogutar H villers and Invincible Load
A Houehold W
From the j
fi om the
; hore i gu doods.
Tho masses which crowd our a
I gains, ami go away delighted, is t
Wo have to-day tho lliostconipl
in Ladies' Pine Hoods and (lents'
We will display to thc |.uroha>
worthy ot their attention.
We have doubled our Hales tbi
and purpose doing tho sam.? for t
Wc arc in thc Dry Doods and Cl
rather lie nt tho hoad ol our estnbl
in the State.
?,oni? yards Dress doods, In diflo
44 pieces Crepe effects in Dross (
27 pieces half wool Dress Hoods
21 pieces80-1nell Flannels, nt 2"i
4?? pieces lo-inch Tricots, ut
li? pieces ? 1-inch Platin?is, r
?IG pieces 51-inch Tricots, all
27 pieces Black Silk, from an imp
$1.20. $1.40, $1.4?.
Now, if you intend buying a llb
linc. If you ll ve out of tho city s?
it pieces Black Moire Silk, at $1
GI piceos Black and Colored Vol
To this 'dock wc will give sped,
plete. Wo will display Monday |i
Lubln'.H ?ill wool, 48 inches wide,
in this Department our stock is
Hose, regular made I2^c. worth 20
A special sale Monday 25c. .No,
See our lino at 40c, and ?'i,
74 dozon Ladles' Hose, solid
nt 2?C, 2?C. They would bu cheap
We propose doing business anil \
& h* Mi m il;*
v =T o mm*t? . -.. -vwW. -i..
With a full corps of assistants tin
Lnuronsvllle Pe?nalo College wll
reorganize and begin full sessloi
Sept. lOth, Kooma comfortable
Standard high. Special attention t?
all Pe?nale accomplishments. Now
and splendid Plano?. Non-secta
rian. Government parental. Young
ladles under tho Immediate caro ol
Mrs. McCaslan and Mrs. N\ (' Jor?
<lun. Pupils rec? I ved ?< ?my timi
and charged until end of quarter
Board $12 per month in advance
Tuition $20, flo, and with classical
course *!<? per Collegiate voar, pay
aldo monthly. Wc solicit and hopi
to merit public patronage. Foi
any Information address,
VV. M. McCASLAN,
LAURENS, S. C., July 20, 1887, ly
T II E N E W
I beg to Inform th* pnhlle thru f mr
ft 'pured o sorvo thom MS Tonsoninl Ar
ti ; tn in nownuurtorN, under tho Itoh
)f buyers daily attest our im
our efforts in mowing do wu
leos, 27 yards for 99 ots.
all-wool Dross Goods for
?CO, and we will show you how
Cotton Flannel for 98
is Goods, ('ash mores,
Vlcots und IM Stripes
worth 00 cents.
nu! they ur.< rapidly rising. This
1 why? Because wo curry tho
ii lox of cheapness and genuino
.?D und $2.01).
idles' hand-made Shoes
i your trading, " just because you
IC xii tn i no closely every item* wo
popular one, which unreservedly,
ors of tho Dry Goods Market.
ord in the Land
is filled with tko n os Elegant
turers in tho World-American und
toro daily, eagerly purchasing bar
ru ly gratifying.
oto establishment in South Carolins,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods?
dug public $100,000 Stock, which is
< season for too mouth of September,
be month of October.
othing Business to stay. We would
isbn.cut than of any other business
rent styles, at 5c.
loods al 10c, half wool.
32 luchos wide, at 16c. worth 18c. and
mn week only, at f?0c. per yard,
the now shades, S9e.
orter's forced sale, 49c, 77c, 92c, $1,
ick Silk thia season, examino this
'nd f r samples.
il attention and our lines are corn
il pieces Black Cashmeres,
worth $1.00, ut 09c, (>9c, 09c
ve ry attractive, 300 dor.cn Minaos
fl to No. SJ, worth moro money.
colors, white feet, regular made
nt d pairs for $1.00.
,\ ill make the price to do it.
roiet, S CJ
State of South Carolina,
< ' o Milty <? f Laurens,
COURT OK tMtonATK.
Ex Parte Nancy Kntro- > Petition for
kin, Pel lt toner, ? 1 Inmost ?nd.
Notloo ls hereby given that ?be HIKH-O
named petitioner has nppMod to the Mun
ter t<> huvn a hoinoMloRd wpprnlsod und
net off to her in tho real and personal re
late whereof her late husband, Junie*
O. Kutrekin, died seized and jwissessed.
0, H. ll.VKKNMAl.K.
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA
LA UHR If B coe NT Y
IN TMK COMMON '.KAU.
Ex part* Mahal* B. v i nd Petition for
ell, Politl?n* I HoniestcMcl.
Notice ls herc i given that tho ntmvo
named Pel llb cr haw applied to tho
Muster to IIHVO w homestead appraised
and sot oir lo her In tho real and pcr
nonal e?tii(o whereof hor 1st? hind'und.
Willi.i.M Mnok Mitchell, died noised snil
Qi f>. TlAHK8I>Al,K,