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LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886.
big job of Clothing
A bl? ?u.v*, Vat no ;:?> ahead.
How i hey A re n?? bled.
Thc I! nu hi icu 113 ot west demand
lower tuses, tn tho east they refuse ;..
ahnte ? j : o? ''pi o:- ? . lou;" tho New I'lutS
tand ll- ?i m i* a ? ; v : I service rc
f. mi r. th'.' i)!il ' Republican ls ti "spoil*
intu?;'' ?.hoon tem Republicans insist QU
?ess . . '. riialisiu. thu western Stalwart ta
beni on "friti'tihi.: the Hues wita fire."
The tw*o clent nts ot ibo party uro draw*
ia.: . . .... from each other rind thc do
iaornii:::itii'U indecision resulting
from bivi: ol unity ot purpose are illus
trated ia th? multitude of second and
thii i rut men who are pitt forward na
pr - !. tt lui candidato.?. New England Will
present Ci eminently respect a hie I lawley,
who in ni -. things i- uu-Ropublknu
a* niki possibly he without ceasing
to bu ii .. ' .: thc New York ?. iii I ida tes
are Rvatts. ikjpoW and Itlscock; Point
>> .-. .,: a ha- t'atiKi-on; New Jersey, Wil
liam AVali r !'. ' .: -: Ohio. John Sherman
and I..':-.. Indiana. Harrison ami
Utesham: Illino!.*, Ogle.sby and Onllom;
Iowa. INou and Judge .Miller, id
ti,. >, l!.-.' . ulnnc !.> nbsolutcly sure 6f
ibo support !.;.- state. Allison may
fumina:: I thc h ?wa delegation, biri thc
Stalwart's ?rc organizing to oppose him
w i 'fi "rcsidhary legatee1' ia Itali
. Nee? York luce is no choice
ye-/' . anti o??:.> ls fud of Republicans
who i..?t H herman. No ono of tl;'.- < midi
fotos cnn command ibo support . f 'ii
?V-'."n'.am fia thins. Tia- party ls without
tom mon purpose, and a a remit ir is
4?inply groping, whily their opponents ure
united, determined and sttre.of victory.
.-i l. nih Republican.
li . . ?.? < ? ?: '. I . .i - Ilooin.
Hoicov i lias i.n presented
1 with a small . iii li conies front Pitts
c-A ?cn.it or 1
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extract i ' j bc
? ?til?mitted IliM hy ho
Up of I
bille cpi >? ?de. NV hu t
tho i;-: OiHi in ij tri ty
i lb' lids State by
\ I .IIIM- ??I .Mouini v.
Si mc "f (ho ' :i panican organs nie wav
big Hie bloody ?titi-l over li favorable re
port ?roni ii eotiindttc . presented hi the
lioti; . hy h D?mocratie representative
froni (ioorgla. uti ii oil! !.> repeal ti:.!' kw
lion of !!;? revised statutes whieli pro
hibits ex Conf< < ....;!?.?. from holding cont
tai?-:. -a iii thu I'oUod Stales anny. They
evidently forgt'l thal n similar hill was he
(reduced In thc lust congress ii;, th.- Rc
publican senator from Virginia, mid sup
ported also bj Ib-publican senators from
Peint yh'iniiii anti Neindo.-Tho Nation.
thc lte|>ubllcuii i nu Splkcil,
Tin' administration o' Mr. Clcvelniii
lins been free from corruption rilli
tcaildal, and il has been a lilial and eic
pli< it rebuke to Cc.: deningot?ues who in
listed thal the return of !!.?. Democracy lt
pu'.. .. would lu?a:; aboul lluaiielal, mora
and oclul revulsion. 'I'lie grout gun will
which t'n<.' Itcptlhlie.nl puty has heel
playing for years on Ibo timidity of cap!
tal. C.'-1 rejudl1 M of sock I y and the Ignor
huco nf thc lou i..' has been spiked, it. wll
not be theil In this year I8$S.~Cinclnnal
Tilden'* Gallant i >.
A correspondent, who must have boo;
asleep fur Cn last <!oz<'ii year-, writes ti
os. saying! "I Bee tia- papers a!! ag rei
Mint Sat.an! .1. Tilden wa- elcetctl il
IS'id Wit;. then, did lc ? . . >i lake hit
Scat.1 Why, I lesa you. you don ? sup
pi sc : pubic and gallant gentleman Uki
Mr, Tilden would take a st at and leave i
nico old lady like Rutherford H. Haye:
blandiii??, do you?-t 'hlcago Times.
Cnn bl I nu'? Position Denned.
Ii is not worth while total!; much o
i Rosene Coukllng's return to politics, a
least on tho ltepublienu side, lt lu. coi
I would not rather ho righi than ho pretti
di nt, la- wolli ! lather have his own iva;
j than to talc;- thc necessary stepa prollm
hiar;. to presen!?Hg himself MS a candi
j (Into for C at l?'nc. No one with nail;
' gnows lam will have much doubt on tIii:
point. -lb sion Herald.
Whole <?? <>. I', on Hie Def Iii.? .
I'hiiv.- w;;!nb.iW:<. ('iiilils 'negs to h<
! excused, ether ?du II will have none <<f ii
I lillieolti treats it with disdain nnd Ktl
j mu inls ls "not a candldnlc." Heall)', th
wie ?ie i ?i publican porty is going Into i
; decline. - I tost?n (d'.nr.
(.?mi. I'u rt ber and l'ai-o Worsd.
Judge IJ roslin in ls a good man, but h
. .ie .- roild?rcd a decision tn a well ange
oii^e thal cot Indiana farmers ovo
#1,000,OOO. 'i ii-' rtopubllcans will hmo t
look I ni! rr (ind larc worse.-St. I.'.ni
Itrpott K Lightning Rod,
lt ls a very noni and altogether mun
I mental lightning rod that thc Hon
. filianneoy M. Dcpew has orc tcd over hi
knowing head.-Clncinnntl Kntpilroi*.
AH ir Dead.
A monster rovlvnl la tn progross In In
I (fl?na, but th.- Harrison boom 'till Ho
! with holli oyes lightly cloded.-Phlladcl
' Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyright
td ?tn ?nod. nnd ntl ol her business in I In
I '. S. PAtnnj OflloO uttciulcil tutor Moil
1 .1; A I I : i- j.; j ;.s.
Our office ls oppositoTliO . '. 8? Cao-n
< IffiO?, mid wo can obtain Patents in los
limo than those rein?te I'roin Washing
semi Mo.iei or Drawing, WoailviSi
j as to patont ability ftOS ol' charge; un?
wo makp no charge unb ss wo obtall
Wo rofor bore tu thc Postmaster, th<
Supt. of Moitoy Order Div., and tin ..iii
cuds of tho C.S. Patent OiTicc. Cor cir
i ular, advice, terms and references U
actual chonts in yon?' own State 01
County, write ta
C. A, SNOW.
CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFC.
At Warren, Pa,,a mau got so excited ?L
chasing a rat that he ran into the river, sod
lt look several inca tog?! bini out.
, Tho unexpected continuos t-> happen. A
; little seaside -.-ttas0 was sold a fortnight a^o
' to the won I husband of n ?livor oed wein.m.
u part of whose original honeymoon waa
I ?used there, thc seller being ber first bu*
i . oldest mau in Germany and probably
in the world. Is n ?med Wapnlarek. He Hv?ts
in tho villano of Katta, near Guesen, hi the
province of n. ll . was boru in ITO!. H?J
Lstheref? re VU year old and stlil shows no
Bi pis "f being in a Lurry to die.
At brooklyn ? dog (hat ha?l boen hr
prisoned ? ia sn >w ?e. id foi' three . i?iy s was
dug out, still alive Aboard leaning against
n |>ost bad .'; pt tho snow fro n < rushing him
and also afforded him a -n?n?? sj>ace lu which
to move around. Tho animal liad dug with
hts paws a tunnel ten feet iu length in his
olton i to free : itmelf.
A lady Hying nt Kindlay, O., thi-ew ?-?ut in
the .?.ula ?piant tty of cniui'xl j irs which
liad fermented, and '. liockof eh tokens helped
themselves, and soon ?lt? r became intoxl
? ca to? I. Their anti s '..ero ridiculous in t!io
i extreme. Tho roaster ha 1 naturally Imbibai
t'.ic most, and i.:?'l ihn light . and got used
? up. Ho mid oho of. the li ns became K stupe
Oed thu* they bccaim hell Ivo,
timon/ Arizona I mt lan*.
While tb? Apache Indians >.i Arizona
ure probably today the mos) dangerous of
\ thc nation's wards who .si. 11 Indulge in
[K'i'iodical outbreaks of activo h< lillty,
j iheir neighbor.*, tho Marie? ?pas. Pirnas,
Varna and Mohavcs, dwelling on tho
; l>auk - ot tho Gila and Colorado : .?.>. s:et
k good example of friendliness and semi*
, civilization. Their occupations aro
chiefly agriculture and stock raising,
They also manufacture ritdc pottery ilaii
tar to that found in the tineicnt, deserted
pueblos ot the Ulla valley and t!.-- (-oh
rado plateau. :;.?utii of tho Glin, Hi?
greater portion of the country, outSido i f
tlie fertile bottom lauds, \- a sicrilo
desert, where thc mesquite tr?c .ai I tho
i cactus alone flourish, lind thc < ;?iy i vitig
: cr?atures nie vultures, Jackals, rattle
snake . cent i ..?:..- .-.:>..; ;. vi noni as lizard.
; it was only In 1S-">:I that this section south
rt the Glin was acquired by tho t'ni ted
States fi"-. :i? .Mexico; and r?miniscences ? f
many customs and superstitious, probably
?A Aztec origin, arc common '? > most of
the tribes of thia part of thc country.
flank !.< sile's.
A Famous Doctor
Oin ?. said that Ibo sci rot Of good health
consisted in keeping th?- head ? ool, tho
feet warm, and Un; bowels open. Hail
this enlim nt phys ii ian li vc?.! in ?.ar day,
and known the rn? iii> < : Ayer's Pills
a-- au aperient, lie would certainly havo
i.uninendcd Ihctii, a> ..-<> many of his
distinguished successors are doing.
Tin- celebrated Dr. Farnsworth, of
Norwich, Conn., recommend;) Ayer's
Pills ns thu best of nil remedies for
" Inlormiui ut Fevers,"
Dr. 1. M. fowler, ot Ilridgeport,
Cohn.j says: ''Ayer's Pills ar?; highly
and universally spoki II ol l?v tho p<-'>i?lo
about hero. I in.?' '* dally i.-?- ol them
in my pre? i iee."
Dr. Mayhew, nf Kow Dod ford, Mass.,
says: "Having prescribed inaiiy thou
sands . Ayer's t'iils, in my practice, I
can unhesitatingly pronounce tiltia tho
best cathartic in ns?."
Thc Massachusetts State Assayer, Dr.
A. A. I lav?s, cerlllios : "I havo'iaado a
careful analysis of Ayer's Pills. They
contain the active principles <?f well
known drugs, isolated troni inert mat
ter, which ??lan i--. chemically speaking,
of ?real importance to il:? ir usefulness.
lt insures activity, certainty, and uni
formity "f isfTccl. Ayer -, Tills contain
no metallic or min 'Val substance, but
the virtues of vegetable remedies in
Prcpnroil by Dr. J. C Ayer&Co., Lowell,MM*.
Sold hy ?il Dealer* in Medicine.
Tho book* of Registration wi'
' bo opened in tIto .Sheriffs offlcc a
Laurens, as the law directs, on Ih
Hrs! Monday in euell month, lint!
\ ' first Monday in .Inly, '88, when t!i
law roqu?n - them clos, tl until uftc
thc next i?enorul election. This j
for the purpose of registering al
i i persons who have bi.nie of upi
1 or entitled t<> register -?nco Ins
I election; to transfer person* fron
' (his tu anotlicr County, und fron
one township to anotlici, or fron
one residence tu another.- All t li i
? j must ho done before or on thc Hrs
1 i Monday in .I nly. 1888. Lost cert I
Ideates niny be renewed to withii
?JO days of tho election, und tims
w ho become of age between Ifl
f July nut! Hie election, may registe
. Ut any tillie Indure election.
Those who Refused or Neglectoi
?. ! to Register before tho Inst election
' cannot register until thc I.aw i
J. WASH WATTS,
Supervisor llegistrat ioi
i J.T. JOHNSON. W.H. ll I (.'UH
ilOIINHON & RICHKY,
AT I HUN MVS AT I V\V.
r OFPICB- Fleming's fJornor, Norlhwci
? Pide Of Public Sqiinl c.
U LA Ult KN.S, .H., - - - H.
NV. II. MARTIN,
ATTORN KY AT LAW,
s j LAl'KKNS. Il . - - - S.
M. L. CJOPBLA M>,
A T TO lt M 11 Y A T I. A W ,
1 LAI I:I:X.S C. H., 8? 0.
j "*, (??lice OVOr National Munk.
RI! N.I. I>. Cl NINGHAM,
j. ATTORNEY AT LAW*
" LWKKNS . fl., - - - S.
N . .1 . liol,M KS. ll. V. SIMPSO
I M o FM IS & SIMPSON,
ATTORN MN'S AT I.AW.
I IJ J It KN H , Uv, - - - H.
" N. S. HARRIS,
* iTTOUNKY AT LAW.
p LA V. UK NS, H . .
^flr-ftnloe ever ?tere of W. tn RO.V?
LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886.
big job of Clothing
LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886.
big job of Clothing
DER Than Ever!
EW SPRINGr ?OCDS'
ind BULLION tho power that moves tho world, and tramples .in the
low muela ol' thc past ; tho other the live quickstep ?d' the present,
co an idea where it lends to.
vn, CASH BEFORE DELIVERY,:
dion you can save it. An old timer says tho \A^\Xg\JL&'t,6i
cannot sell gooda as cheap as others." A big mistake, and one which
mau huvs the cheaper he buys. A person buying mic case of goode
ts own goods direct h om Europe and all oar staple-, ?ie brought from
his way wc Rot first cl?nico every season of a stuck that will aggregate
ket value. If this were not so how could we undersell our eompetit
.ess f oods in rolls nt 1* yan!. _'<) yards standard prints Tor 1 00.
yards Jeans for $1 00 Embroideries enough lo load the
yards white lawn lor 1 00, Great Eastern, In Tulle. Nainsook.
Hack nud colored silks, a new linc,1 Cambric, .v.c., Torchon, Melia and
?elly find elliss. Val Laces. Flouncing, a beautiful
Primmings tn braid, plushes, vol- line.
s, huttons &c. to correspond. New Spring Gloves In Lisle silk
Don't buy a fine dress until yotnaiid kid, in plain and embroidered
,-e seen those. backs.
,t Success of our Business.
round here. Spocia drivers In Ladies Uno shoos;ditto in Men's lino ahne?
Don't Lily until y >n sec us, an in ..,>. otlon costs you nothing and may
bethe means of saving voa KO voral dollars
1SH G 0 I F A IT,
vNI) SHOES KO li TU K lt 1G Ci EST SYNDICATE IN THE SOUTH.
THE FURNITURE PALACE
Of .A/u-gusta, Qa,
Tho Langst Finest, and Most Relialjl
House in tine S o "Lit, li !
Wo nre now rocei vlnjj our l'a ll stock of Furniture. The tim-st and cheapest
?.. er had. and t his is s i\ in -? vi rv UlUeh, for WO have tor years henil
THE EA ID E?R, S
holli in Stylos and Fri?os ni Ways sol I fun on oloso margins. Wc have
all the woolla iiiade into tm nit me, lonslstinit of Mahogany, hOrry? nthpio
< > i ! . ! ii i nt ?i i y.i la pi ny, i.ticpu Hi, Solid f>h, Olive ti tl WHIIIII.
Wnlnut Suits. 15 00. ."darbie lop,!lani Parlor Suits, flush Walnut
l'lMi.e . >: ". o. ?. 1.1 c. 1 ?i Silk P?o i Milts, $"5 00 to $300 CO,
We e ir ry fr im VH i 7"ip irl ?r .i ? mid from 10 . to l"> i .'le? nbor suits in stock
I : will nay you lue ?mo nu ?I soe us ur iv ri to Cur catalogue an t ;>rjr*i! lis sent fro?
ni iipplie.i : i n.
onie and price, wiMV ill ho glad ti KIIOM you I lu oe ph
FLEMING & DOWLES,'
843 Broad St., Augusta Ga,
IHE e gtdQLT x gurt ers
M.i. K i N i .> OK . i \ ei.lv noona, ..! cu is
BACON, SUCIA H, CANDY.
FLOUU, I'K Kl.I.s. CRACKERS,
.MOLASSES, FEPFEK, CANNED GOODS
COFFEE, SPICE, OE ALL KI N Di
tar I oa i of Flour just Ueceived.
.car-l oad of Bagging and Ties
WAGONS AND ~ 23ITGQ??S
All of which wc sill nt ROTTOM FI CU." RES,
Geo. DEB. Anderson
Laurens - - - SC
Ti. H. HUDGENS. J. J .PLUSS.
Laurens Iron Foundry
i -. -AND . \ \?
?t c li i n e Shops:
? lulcr thc ala>ve h<ad we lmve eCtnmencml business anti aro
now prepared to make all kinds of
Castings and Machine Repair Work.
Wo will give prompt attention lo ni) work that may he erivon
ti?, and will he thankful foi liberal patronage.
Laurens Iron Foundry and Machine Shops.
A. M. RHYNE & CO.,
PROPRIETORS OF Till:
BE IT DELLA HOTEL.
PURE NORTH CAROLINA
WEET i Ai CORN WHISKEY.
LA I liF.XS, S. C.
""""""" ? '-?->mm" - i i .1 1 i .u "Hil '1
GRAY & ANDERSON,
Aavc on hand mid fur sale on betley terms Hum ever before
50,000 PINE SHINGLES.
Ceiling, Flooring, (loxing, MonVHng, Rfekets, Ihdnsters Sawed and Tnrne<l
Dry and First-class, ready to he nailed down. When you need such
como and get sizes ami prices, we havo all sizoi oa liand cheap.
\'1F We havo also Doors and Binnia. On rough lumber for frame work
Wo'oan bl at the .lews.
GUAY S ANDERSON
Laurens CH. i, \