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THE REPUBLICAN QUESTION.
WU] lio Jump?
CLEVELAND AND BLAINE.
Vf fa At Cowielo Show liai Hie .Mun from
A remarkable- chango bas J ist occurred
In tho political field About a month ?yo
thero waa great |>opular uncertainty aa
to who the Republican cund? ? ito for pres
Ident would bo. n-:l a few Doraocratlc
editors were Billi booming a favorite non
hero nnd thero; but now ult Democrats
Hoy Clovcland, and nearly all Ropubllcana
really motin Blaine .Shrewd observers
aro practically uuaulmoua In tho oplnloti
that tho candi latea will l? ibo same ua In
1&81. ?.nd if tho Republicana bad handed
tho Job over to UM, to bo fixed nt will,
they could li i havo Bulled us better If a
Democratic victory hud before boon doubt
ful, thia would remove tho last doubt
Evory olcincnt of tho existing Hltuatlon ls
more favorithlo to Cleveland and hostil* I
to Hintue I li an lo ur.y other mon In their
respectivo parties If wo eau not beat
Blaine clear ont of Right, tho D?modula
should never again presume lo call thom
Bel ves patriota or men ol ..
Look ut tho facta livery UH of dirt
that could bo raked f"f : io ? uposo was
thrown at Clovehuid hi 18*3-1,and did not
BtifTIco, not an atom of it can he used
again Tho :>. ? plc havo passed un it, and
In a social light !,?.. hus gained strength
every day slim . .. ..?. LS elected Tile In
depend'.nt volo .... the country ls sallsfiod
witii iii::i Tl ... lt. ; nblioatiH malu; n great
outcry about i . - fruin otlico, and a
few Demoe-riil I Com} \\? Ihm there have
hot boon removals enough thc BoUsiblo
tuen who <l > not want otlleo vcr) naturally
conclude ihttl when a mun la cbhdetriiied
by both ev tremes ito i.-i about right We
want lo n-!< any Intelligent Kop ibllenn
this fpjo.Htion Do von betinvo.thai the
personal charges against 1 leveland tinit
Odfhittedly bad -'::;'? oiled ?n llSl, will
have any eileef whatever In 1888. and cnn
you detiy that tilo personal edi argos
agi th ist Ulallie \\ i :i w ??.;.<? bul barely
started in i--'. will eomo tu hill force and
effect III Du you not bi yotu secret
soul siiSfieet ihtit llio.su darli . burges and
counter chin ge i. \vhieh wer'-1 heh thought
BO black I hut most inen utily hinted nt
them, will prove bu worso loi Mi Blaine
when ihev begin tho'campaign instead of
There aro Revoral other lit Ho points our
Repiibllcnti friends overlook In l^j
they bad ut their commuud n compact
phalanx ol 100.000otliee holders-where ls
that phalanx now.' flinn ti..-> were able
to sot np theil (pimlrounia! apook-"dali
ger lo Ibu business Interests." hut n
Democratic president was elect eil and tho
bitahie.sa Interests ure eon le nilly in bet
ter shape iban in I - . I.
Tho peoples verdict v. ii; be n vole for
Cleveland that will bury .lim Ulallie ho
youd tho hope of political re*? lin oel ion
A Mo?h I Niiuiliuil.
Now wc bave a licpilhlicnn loillliliallon
worthy of the present eotidition und nttni
ol' 11." llepublieiiu party I'tm Ucpuhlicuu
coil von lion ul ihoaiutiiol Kansas has ia
atriiclcil Ila delegates lu Boeuro tho nomi
nation by tho national convention a*
Chicago of John Janies Ingalls lo he pms
blent of tho United stales blaine i>
feebly niontioncd na a second choice und
last resort, but lt ls to Ingalls, tho tlc
fautor of McClolInn und I (uncock, the
apologist for Ida own outrages on tho .sa
crod momorics of om most gallant dead,
that t bo I-cart ol ibo Ku usas Itepubllcun
They admiro, nay, worship bigada Ile
embodies what they long for- profitable
control of publie nlTuira, In ibo lime of
profound peace, in the band ; of II.eu who
novor fought, bul who deslro lo livooa
tho memories of war What a vision Ibis
nomination opona lo tho eyes of hungry
Republican nd vent 111*01*31 \Vhnl drem ri s
of wealth from cn r pol bag rulo over u
freshly subjugated aouthl What, rovcrlcs
of colored volera blindly contributing lo
tho support of those wno promise I hem
"forty acres ami a nullo!" What blissful
anticipations of burrow ?ne, Ktiklu.N talcs ol
outrages wit bout number, and all those
exciting kiel ions t hat. carpetbag freebooters
aproad to gull the peuple while they se
renely lino their pockets! With (ngalla
for president wo would not havo lo wait
a whole week after u l#oulallliia olcctlon
for ono fee bl o a lory of a little outrago lo
Aro tho northern heart Bloody would lie
our politic;! lu tho pages of Ibo Ropubli
cnn press, und thunder would bo In tho
air all tl io year round, whonovot tho newri
of a Job waa to be atloiiccd tty louder
noise; and loba galore would there bo all
tho year round while Ingalls ran tho
country on tho high old carpetbag pinn.
But, If the.-io Kansas follower:! of thc
jnyhuwer Jtldgo Oil voca lo cannot have
their own chief for president, next to bim
they call for Bini no; and thia la ono of sev
ern! tilinga that havo recently happened
that seem to us to lie very bad indeed for
Mr. Blaine.- New York Star.
IICIll cr.icy Cailllot Lose.
Wo nm lighting the In.st campaign on
tho old sectional lines The Democracy
stands for Union and tho future Itepiib
Headlam roprcuonla n worse disunion nnd
division than that of open and honorable
warfare, hiauehacauao Domocrucy can
not lo.so. -St L>uis Republican.
Getting Wen ker Dlljf l?v Hay.
It begins to look as if tho Sherman
boom, if lt ls well enough to go at all,
would have lo bo curried to tho Chicago
convention on a Hiter.-Chicano Herald.
?Wo .Munt Ilute ll.
Wo behove that Democratic succci i in
1888 ls necessary to thc wellbeing of tho
courtly -Atilinta CoOStltulioii
STATE Ol* SOUTH CAROLINA,
LAUBEN? COM N T V,
i N pnonA rn COI' UT.
Whorona, W. fl, Owens nml W, K, Ow?
ens havo applied to mo foi Letters of
Administration on tho i Unto "i lt. lt.
Hlakei v. deeensod.
T?iesir> .?ie t lie ref ire to elle mid ninon
k.'? iii ami ainguhir ilia kindred ami
orndltora of said deeenaed, to lip anil sp
?iear hftforo mo at a ('our* of Probate io
a) boldon nt my ofllce al Dan rous C. H.,
on thp 171 h day of Muy. 1838, at IO
o'clock a. m., to a Ito tv on ti so If any they
can, wh y loiters should no! bo gran tod
(ii' on under my hand ana seal this
tho ?Otb dav of April 1888,
A. W B0HN8TDR.
Af ay 2, 1888.
_ NOTHING TO ATTACK.
Thc Administration In Solid and Cleve?
laud Will Ito U.'-.-i. ctfd.
Cleveland lins changed and iiftsct Wash
Ington OD generally ns n first class cyclone
would change and upset it In the ?sumo
longlb of timo.
No other president BIIICO lie was born
has had his own way PO outlrely Ho has
pulled tho partisan fangs out of tho op
[tesllion senate and taken tho rehietttnt
and doubtful house under his arm. Tlio
generally turbulent and unruly larger
branch ol congress novor behaved bet (ci
than it is IXiliavhig Ibis session, when
tho presltl?iil .s Inlhienco ls supremo and
his connection close.
Ills enemies In thc party that ho bas I
transforme*] cannot find a ri viii to rally .
around. The suggestion o? any other
narno for tho head ot" tho Democratic
ticket ol 1888 is Instantly recognized as
ho loss ridiculous than thu men I iou of
Ids own name for tho placo would havo
been In tho Cincinnati convention ol 1880
What won lor Is it. then, that Wash '
Ington is bewildered? Mon aro continu
ally coming from tho outside country lui
search of high Information They too ?
Washington beating about helplessly,
under thc shad w y( tho strongest lind
tho grimmest personality of r?cent time?
Thcv seo tho old stagers hero afoot and a
tro ?d d'-al (l.i/. d 'J .> tin s" latter it seems
as if tho fitrango man on top hud oven
swallowed tho j?. >i:.*-.-> of tho political coen j
So all wa;', on him whllo ho waits on j
himself, without a confidant and a conn
soler as surely as he is without a master
Hit indifference to tho town is uncoil
coaled As soon as he got lo tho White
House lio discharged tho president's valet
liv has no more use for a stenographer
than tor n plano Hu "l^ii fills half a
d'./ea pages with his own lino writing hi
addressing a subordinate about some
Although a thorough bollevei In him
self, he luis novel ISM H gil ll ty of display
lng ..r betraying thu least blt of cheap
vanity Ile ii n president without n
clbpto Poi iii" lirst Hmo in a long whllo
Washington i- without a White (louse
set What other tao'i ve can such a man
Lave except i KI I riolism?
I seo any reason for his taking a
second tenn other than that lc cannot
!::ii-h tho people's! job hi time to po out ?
next March What [lersonul rcasoncould
lin possibly have f.,j staying'/ ll" basal
ready got the uaiuO ol tho thing Ho will
nevm get any fun out cd lt but hero he
-its, [logging uiVay, and the good fortune
that some of the greatest men lu history
have chased until thev died comes rolling
Up hill tb lils foul Tho chestnut phrase
In tho' newspapers ni tko day looks sonio
tiling! like t ti is All the delegates aro :
f'-t Clovelati I ' Thii tlllhpioncss ill this ?
sit nm ion may possibly oe appreciated ;
When 11 i H recalled that only lld rt cen of :
Mi ('levtd.uid s tweiity ono predecessors j
were o VIM th ugh! ol when tho time came j
lo ClloosO their successors * ?lily eleven
president H evel made theil second ap |
pciirntice Inti.lectern! college
Poi l went y years the Ikunoernts have
been rumine lllu* whiteheads from tho
Ililli turill whoopers A few months ago
('loveland st. ?.?.eil running; the almost
bi ont bless pany also halted Instantly
t ho pursuers paused; Tien Hie pursuers
illili lite pursued laced efieli ut hoi Next
with the battit1 cry ol the president's
message un theil h?>s. the hov turill crowd
sprang iii theil adversaries who ipdckly
lui ned tale anti ran liku so many seared
steers T'lej ate still running
Tlc Democratic party cannot be put on
tho defensive lu this cnn va ts There ls
not a single thing to defend and nothing
lo ult nell Wh.it has Ibo administration
. tlotib tor which it would be wiso lo assail
it boloro tho iieopleY Although li? hus
dealt out death lo tho Republicans, tho
president has probably caused moro pain
among the Deinoci.it.H than among their
enemies After living for twenty five
years olT the husks of opjtnslllon. Wo may
, .-non come to .Me that when let into tho
crib of ('lollly tho party's ow n bc-t and
I permanent interest * needed just such ni
: Ktiainls ns wen- imp.i ott it ni ul just
such let sons In seit denial us wein taucht
it by lin* man whoo|ionod tho door
To Mi < levehuiil a party ls simply the
1 means ittnl ls liol .hu und Ho has ni
ways lu -eli a Democrat, bul he li is '. let
tho Republicans liol lei him much
VV'helbei the situation today is ibu re
salt ol u delib?ralo und consistent policy
of the presiden) s or not, it ls still certain
that the Democracy's conti i I lon is much
hettet nt tho outset of this than it wus at
tho outset ol tho Inst campaign Tho pro
Kldunl i etiurso lu tho mutter has been lo
treat nfl tho factions to an occasional dose
? of cold shoulder This ls an enlh ely new
treatment for lliO trouble, but it limy
have done some good.
Tin t will be tho eighth re election of a
president. Mi Cleveland will bo tho first,
however, lo gain that rare glory hy tho
plain and single works ot peace, livery
oilier president who has liad a second
lorin cunio out of war. They were all
, men on horseback.
Here's to tho man afootl-Morgan's
Wa.diin;;t.oii I ?ot 1er to boston (Jlobo.
t tic Favorite Sun K icker.
Tho Republican favorito sons aro hav
' hi/; it boom just now Maine's favorite
i ROU is just as magnolia as over. Ho has
? not lost a single feather from tlu> nodding
. phillie timi makes him the envy mid ad
miration ol beholders less magnetic than
I he Hut somehow other stales aro dis
I Covering that they havo favorito sons too
: In a singlo day Now Jorsey Republicans
found out that Congressman Pholps
would make nu n.hnirablu president. Tho
Wisconsin Republicans trotted out favor
i ito son Uu.dc and th? Kansus Republicans
declared that they would hnvo no favorito
? sou but Ingulla.
Alger, bi Michigan, was declared a
favorite son. Harrison, of Indiana, had his
innings os a favorito son, while Senator
Sherman was the lirst of tho favorite sons
to shy bis castor into tho rin/i.
Always assuming that Aluino remains
true to its while plumed favorito non,
tilla makes teven states that havo de
dared for favorito sons. It does not fol
low, however, that there aro not other
states with favorito BOUS. Tho Illinois
Republicans adopted a favorito son In tho
person of Judfju Gresham, lacking a fa
vorito son horn io tho manor Boll. Now
York with its Depew and Pennsylvania
with its Cameron do not need to resort
lo tho adoption process to secure favorite
f..,;11 ll t hero are any other states, how
ever, without favorite ROUS of their own
they ''aa follow tho example of Illinois
mid adopt n favorito non from ROIUO other
Mute I bero ls no good reason why any
stale should appear al tho Chicago con
volition without ii favorito BOU of BOmO
Tho Interesting part of this favorito son
Comedy will duvolop later on. When tho
favorite SOUS from nil tho other Btates
transfer their delegates to tho favorito
ROU from Maine tho publio will under
Rtnnd why tho favorito ROU racket wan
worked BO Industriously thia year.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Vol tiing Ho. u n IN il.
/attnlill, I'la., .lune '17, pe.'/
N K, Venable ,v Coi
I have l>< on u ting fl, I*.. Il, in my fam
ily nxn blood pu ri Dor, Having'never
iisi d| HIV med lemo moonul it.
Respectfully, Mrs R M Laws.
Mokes nu Old Man Voling,
? Kxti set from i helter.)
p. s f bought three betties nf your
Rotante H loot J Ral tn from mv friend ll
h Mallard, ofCampobi Ho, HO, I hnvo
bonn using lt throe wonk . Ii appears
tOglVO me new life and new slreiieib. If
tbere is nnytlllllg (hat w ill make un old
men young lt ls H H H. I am WIHIIIR to
sall lt. I can earnestly ami honestly
reeommond Rotnmc Rlood Hal nt i
ROTA IC HI.OOM HA I,M rt?
For salo hy TUAYNHAM AI>I^L
LIGHT AND AIRY.
Slum .>! Summer.
Tho'Twuive* wont in browning
< lu Hi? hoo|Kklrt m tho ku i-.
Ami the or^an grinder's grinding
In thc street iii? plaint Ire Orala.
The robin lu tho orcttard
ls slngltii* all Hie day,
Tho fmgloi In tho evening
l uis his lender roundelay.
? im- itu), M..ir nu ul-tor
No.ii lay n diistei tien.
Ai '. ii., fi ?t? mink (hu Hummer
i . iMiiliiultig o> begin.
- |t..>t.-.ii CV arter.
Well I p in Ihmklng.
Ihisiness M i : ? N nv, ?lout forget, deliver
titi ; noto to tho president ot ibu Millionaire
linn . ' hi ni. account give it to any ono ?.Iso.
. '<. iijht in Hie cn ;1. ni and liund hun this
Hoi I let nay of thc clerks laku ll.
M r Ho) Don't yer fear Them
? In ! - ?. in t f- ?-l ino.
"Kill liver narry messages to haul.si"
. i iften."
1 HOM du j - n tin. I Hi? po .sidcnlf'
"I. - fer Hie two in the nimbo*, -uit."
"Il IO Oil."
! "M w winged ? ind* Hint round my pathwA)
I?.. > .i I. no ? iioui< (|?ilet ti|>o( whero wives clean
Lou-.?. ho mo:.'
8otno |..<.?}:.. .t. n .i. leafy dale, nomo Island,
Where !..'.. i. not ? ccasi !...--< war Milli cobwebs
and v. Ch 'Int:
Whi'ro only nat uro'* carpel npreada I^-IUV?HI tho
Arv! \. ? .. '..-.I mon lin' e'er COni|M.'Ucd lt : om
eral t fi i ii t<. U'.n?
1 ho lal i* i.o-.?/. fuiiueil my boated fart' and said,
"V. ' til Tli.To'd no such place."
-Chicago i i Ibuno.
A Sympal hell? Heart,
"Can you help me, sir I" said a tramp to a
< 'hieago citixen.
"Well, I dunno,11 replied th" citizen; "you
look ns though you need nil you mn get.
What brought v u n. this sud plight, my
"It'sn long story, sir In the tiri plms? I
married ti St I., .ms girl, and"
"Say no more, say no more," Interrupted
tin- eltlz in, M uh tuns of sympathy, "Herc's
liv.. il>.Ilnrs for yon." Tho li|>och.
l h- Kind ul Hird stn. Meant.
I ;i" ebal ming damsel bad no upi ..titi';
lier health was delk'itte, her motlier ?dd i
hut ai lin- table him i-ut out of sight
A., imn.il a.-. would have inu longshoremen fed.
I .-.'it m. more than ?oii.il a hird," laughed she;
hm when Him roHoaiid from th" table weal,
Th? laudlord frowned mi l nit in. Upi; Mihi lie,
"I gm an ostrleli MUS thu hird she meant.'1
ll" ll DCM Hi" ll'ip ??
"Tho hulk of my fortune I wish tobo,
(piont II to my >?ou|>cgracc nephew, lleorgo,"
said th" dying man.
"Why, it. was only yesterday li?'called you
an old kkinilint," said Hie lawyer "I'd eut
th- i..-:, off."
"That's .ill righi," replied the testator.
"You make Ibo will ont lim way I tell you,
I know enough about wills io know thal if (
lenvu him nil tho money ho won't geln cent
of lt."-Harp r's Ihz ir.
I Oil .... I ll" I l> .
Tho frisky, festivo, pesky tty
I. n il h n- ..i ?.?? aiMlli
Ho makes the il'i'py . I.li loll; i ..l.ii ~
And gives Un, haldhcnds pun.
1 ?:i.v, liyi _
. iii. e. hy ' " . ,
Old yon e..i c er icmnltt
hi winter (pitirters I hthuud dry}
. Ni .v \ "I !: .'. iiirual.
Pleiilj I" I ...
"Tlnu's uro n (rilli 'lull, sir," h" . nd, nd?
dressing a fellow p:i-ager.
"Not willi nie," was lim reply; "my busi
ness show . n grnl f fy lug hieren.very year."
"Muy I ask the nature <.f your businessf*1
"Certainly. I'm Hu f ?ol killer,*1-Han
N..i o Hare.
"Slingsby, you uro presuming upon my
credulity. Von nevi r killed ono hundred
j und ll fly rabbit . hi oho day ."
"Wilkins, I nsmiv yon 1 have not d"vln(eil
.i len - flinn Iii" 11 ; .lUi ' I 'lo a, : . Vii'HI .e.
OKI Iii lilt.
There's one IIIIIII u hom n.i.oi|y hat.;, ~
por every ono wi Ino him well;
"fl . tho fellow ?lin Miit|ei|MlH's
The joli . ol I Ix* Kt or) you (e||.
I -Hoston Cota 1er.
Improving lier Mommy.
Husband-No meat for dinner today!
Why.' Didn't you telephone tho bulcher to
r.en?l up that roast wa agreed u\-?i thi.i
Wm- -No, dear; I'm sorry, lint. th., fnet
i is, 1 was studying my memory lesson mid
' forgot nil about it. --lowell Citizen,
Ah. foolish iM.y 7
lleglrt hy Joy i.
Ve tvIsh dial yu w oro men ?
Tho agett sigh;
We wonM, i hey Ty,
Th;it wo were boys again I
All lie (Ind Against Ulm.
Emaciated Tramp (t?> business mun) -I'm
a Rur vi vor of th" Mexican war, nu'1 want
joli to help men. little, cap'IL
"(hi. OUt O' this!"
"I/xiii hero, eap'nl what hnvo yon got
Against a surv Ivor of tho Mexican wart"
"All I'vo got against you is that you unr
vlved." Harjier'a Weekly.
Anent tho Blgnill service,
l .ci us pleasantly complain
That a hi listed umbrella
Is thc surest sign Of rain
- Indianapolis Pres??.
Ills I impl ration.
"They siy that Qiiimhy lina invented a
medicine which is having a largo sale."
"I can't Imagino how such a scheme, na
that o\ er occurred to him."
"Neither could I until I reflected that ho
had oneo heen nil umlerlaker."- Nebraska
Sweet mill Itlttor.
How sweet ami frosh lira ni .it .s|niiiKr air
A balm, nu npiietl/er.
It makes ni" feel Ula' - lull, nhl iv hew 1
Coiisaru the fortlllxcrI
- Ilurllngion Kroc Press.
A St ranter A um ny Strangers,
New York Hoi lo-Do you know that large
os New York ls Ibero aro only four hundred
people Ibero who eau li.'iim to really belong
tO the elite/
Omaha Man Shouldn't wonder, lt's tho
loneliest nineo I cor got into. - Omaha
That Ethel ls nu in list,
All must a Ililli M Uh grOCOJ
HOW COIlId Olli' "iel douht lt
Who'll Ot Of .seen liei fiice"
- landon Dd Ulta.
Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyrights
Obtained, and ntl other bu ?In CHU In tim
I . S. Paient Ollleo attended taler M(?l>
Olli- ollie" ?'S opposite the ll, S. l'aient
Oihee, mid we nail Oulilla Cutouts in less
t imo llum those remote from Washing
semi Mo,?el or Drawing. WoadvlHO
as to patent Ability freo ol' charge; ami
WO make no ( lunge unless wc obtain
We refer here to Hie Post master, tho
Supt. of Money Order I ?iv., und the ?dil
alala Of tho C H. Patent fullee. Cor cir
cular, ail vice, terms nod references to
neill al clients in your own Htnlo or
County*, write to
- - . \ 1.1, K N ns or sr.\i
BACON, SIM ; \ B,
FLOt'B, 1 ICKI.ES,
rar Loa 1 of Flour just Kt
All of ?vhieh we soll ni liOTT<
G-eo. IO. ^
II .\ o i' i H i lueod "ii i lu i-i niters a ml
await your erl t loni Inspect! un You will
liiul a lictuitifiil assortiiienl ol' garments
l'or men, youths and boys in all ibu n-g
IIlar sixes, iiiul In all qualities and |u-i>
ees. The designs anil |mlterus
. ?I (he L'< ods I li is si-a -un ?re more ntl rue
live dian any in tim i>.i-1. Tin re ls ii de
cided Minuit" bi Hu -i\ les ami make up
of ihn garments t his season one lu pur
liouhir ami iluil i- lim panis aro largei ;
und tho suck couts un eulitwity, Wu
lew ni lliti straight cut suck' will ho
win n. These uurumiils ure manul'iu'lu* [
n il expressly for my ir.nh- mid in order
10 gol II . oiuj i ti- nssorlmelli of Hie mi I
lin rous patterns mid designs w I . it * 11 ure
offered luis season, I 11 :i \ < - scoured al
largo stork l'or m\ customers lo seleel j
fro m. I'lmsc garments ure regular tail-I
nr made and will in pei lee Hy -net will
hold their -hap. until tin gaine nt isl
worn ont. Tlm,\ an al-., inanul'aettired
ni' imported u.I- us woll a- ol'dornest- |
les in eassiuii-res, ehe\ oiots, serges, -ilk :
mi.xi I. worsted, whip eord and cork
screws, an I in sae ks, eutuwuvs, -inu'<- j
und double breasted frock styles. I
liuve ulsn II line assorted linn gents
11 udor wea i .II 111-i ia. gan/.-, tull 11 II ? guan
ami lisle ii.I. Also hosiery tin
same material in l'a ne \ mid plain rolers
I'ol In rs, eu tl's, ha nd ken li let's and II large
line of (hints neek wein-in all lin- In tesl
novelties, colors ..... I tint - a e.. I Uutdc in
i In- lale.si shape ..
Soil aiel -till lillis for Hie SpiiiiL' Ililli
il m mer wear in till ol the new shiipes
mid eolors, ami all sixes. Thc lending
shades are iduiUtUiou md granile ami
Hm gra^ eassiinere huts, I hu ve in sleek
t he fu vori le Huston seit ? on form i 11;/, still
hut, Whieh have a reiiulutioil till ovei
lin-Sialr. an.I isl u onl\ be nurehnsod
lie, 0. Hen ts lim- shoes lu nH lin? leading
sly les and makes, ipiulit ms and prices
A mung I hem is I he I tun n isl er line sho'i,
which lue lim best ri pu I at inn of tiny lu
Hui elly, (?culs slippnrs an>I dam-inu
pinups ill all st vies. I tey peel lull V,
M .1.. KIN Uli.
KUY IN TW1 ITV, Manager,
S pa 1 I .1 li I ai I g v
Til E EM l?OIM I M
At olimibiii i- Ilia phiee tor fashionable
. luihin--', Iuds, Iii r nish hm g > trunks
mid valises and gents Him -h.H s winn
visiting tho city cull ami examino m\
lini' stork ol limn, youths and lioys
clothing, A-e.,ull ol which you will liiul
in the Spurluiihurg store us well as is
ol ll lill ia.
Ilespeet rilli V,
oliimhla S, M . L KIN K H
Tho books of I legist III I ion will
be opened in Hm Sheriffs ellice ul
Laurens, as the law dir.-et-, ou the
ll rsl Monduy in oneh month, until
ll rs I Munday in duly, 'ss, when thc
law rei i ii i ros Ihein closed until after
the next general election. This i
ior the purpose of registering all
person- who have become of agc,
or entitled to register -ince last
elect ion ; to transfer persons from
this to another County, und from
one (own-hip to 11 nut liri, nr from
one residence to another.-All this
mils) be done before or on thc ll rsl
Monduy iii July, 1888. Lost eortb
tientes may bo renewed tn w ithin
iib days of the election, and those
who become of ugo between l-l
July und Ibo election, may register
at any time before eleni iou.
Those who Ile fused or Neglected
to llegister before the Inst election,
cannot register until thu Law is
J. WASH WATTS,
Feb, 24th, 1888.
With a full corp-' of assistants the
Lauron-ville Female College will
reorganize and begin fall session
.Sept. pith. Booms comfortable.
Standard high. Special at lent ion to
all Femnlencconijilisliments. New
and splendid Pianos. Non-secta
rian. Government parental. Young
Indie- under the ?inmediato care ol'
Mrs. McCuslan and Mrs. N. C .Jor
dan. Pupils received nt any time
ami charged until end of (plai ter.
Board $12 per month 111 advance.
Tuition $20,#30, and w ith classical
course $ lu per Collegiate year, pay
able monthly. Wo solicit and hope
to merit public patronage. For
any information address,
W. M. McCAHLAN,
LA cm:NS, s. c., July 20, 1887, ly.
Dr. B. E. HOLCOMB
OFPICR NKAIt E.rSlTOUKAVKS STOnF.
UK au ns, srrii Vi
'A N DY,
R, t'A N N KD GOODS
rb OP ALL KIND*
LG of Bagging and Ties
>M /? /(;/ /,'/?:s.
J. Ti JOHNSON. XV. lt. IIICIIKY j
JOHNSON At IIICIIKY,
ATTOKN I N AT I.A W.
, Orrin: I'lemiim's Corner, Northwos
?.?.if ol' Cu Mic Kqunro.
LAI IRK NS. , H., - - - S. .V
W. II. MARTIN,
ATTOHN KV AT LA W.
L \ URION S. IL,
M. L. FOI?I:LANI>,
A T I o K N K V A I 11 A W ,
L?CHIONS C. IL, S. C.
,-. ? nilen <>\ or Niitioiml Hank.
IIHX.J. I). CONINGHAM,
ATTOKNKY AT LAW.
LA UK IO NS .11., - - - S. .
N.J. liol.M Ks. II. v. SIM esoN
HOLM KS ?V SI M I'HON,
\ I I'OKN KN S A'I I. WV.
I.. I?I.NS . H.,
N. S. HAIMOS,
ATTOKN KV A I I.A \V.
LACHIONS, S. .
fllVOIHco over Kiora of \V. L. lloyd
A Wonderful Discovery
Tl iRRAOCl ? A N AID Tl >
11 KA L i ll !
\si:\\ roit,\crn, manufactured hy
I lins, C. W lill uns A Co, lt ich mond,
I Va-, ii 11? I? a" ,1 lorin ii I? [?nanu ed l?v Prof,
.1. \\ . M ilk ll, ..! Iii, I ll I VIM'S. I.> .a Vir
Ali! Cilia lu rial, A lil i-dyspeplie, 11 io ?oil
Ncr vi nt'an ! au excellent chew.
Try II! No Humbug!
Cor salt'I13 ?ill deniers. Cull l'or puno
lililt'l. M tv H, mu
Will ho al my llOIISO lor tho noxl
HO tl ays. Torms flo, iustirtiicc,
Monoy duo whi n Maro proves ill
J, M. ( LA UK,
TyU r- ville, S C, May Kth, I sss-rt
The lot lowing Art is pllldislll'll ill
obedience to inst met ions from lion.
J. S. Vor nor, < 'on ipi roller en ..' I
AN ACT io Allow Cniniproviv?
Lands Which Have Not*Roon on
tho TUN Hook-, Since 1K7f) lobe
Listed Without Penally.
SKCTION I. />'? it enav.tetl by the
Senate ami lloilSO ol' Kcproselitn
ti ves ol' the Stale of Sou I li Carolina,
now met ami sitting in Gouoral As
sonibly, mid by tho authority of Ibo
same, That in all cases where unim
proved laud which has not Leen
upon the tax hooks sillCC lllO (IsClll
year commencing November 1st,
187(5, lind which are liol on the for
feited list, shall at any time before
the Isl day of October, 1888, bo re
turned to the County Auditor for
taxation, the said Auditor ho, ami
is hereby. Instructed to assess tim
same ami lo enter it upon the il lip?
liento of the lisent year commenc
ing November Isl, *|KH7, with the
simple tn\r- of (hal year,
Sue. 2. Thal all HUCII lands ns
may he returned to the Auditor for
taxation between the llrst day of
October, 1888, shall bi' assessed ami
charged with Hie Himplo taxes ot
the ?WO fiscal years commencing
respectively on the lirst day of No
vember, 1888, and tho llrst day of
SM . d. That ns soon ns practica
ble after tho passage ul this Act
the ComptrollerGoneral Isdireeted
lo furnish a copy of the same to
each Auditor in the State, anti the
Auditors are required lo publish
the sumo in ouch of their cornily pa
pers onco a work for three months
tim ing tho year 1888, and for ilu
sa mc pe ri ntl of I i nie tl II ri ng t lie year
18811; and tho ?nal of-indi publica
tion aimil bn paid by the County
Treasurer, upon (lui ordorofthe
County Commissioner*, ont of the
ordinary county lav. lust collected,
Approved December lil, issy.
o. M. LA NUNTON.
Auditor Lauri us County
A LL portons uro horoby nott dod that
tho ilma for paying town I?KO? ha? hoon
citendcd lo May I6tll, and Ulai aller
this ?late, the penalty will lie Oil ft) rc Ad.
P.y order of I 'oiincll,
N. II. DIAL.
c. w. HA int 10 TT, intendant.
r HE FURNITURE PALACE
Of Aiag-Lista, Ga.
-.ho Largst, Finst and Most Reliable
House in tin? ?oiatti !
otb In Styloa and l'rleoa alwayssollfngon clos* inarglua. Wo ii uv?
till the woods made into furniture, cmndsting of Mid oguny, I'horry, Antique
Oak, Imitation Muling;.ny, Aiilhpieah, Nulld OII\e and Walnut.
Walnut Sulla, $3500. Marido lop,f40 00 1'urlor Hint?, ri nu li Walnut
l i i mos, ito t. u oo. Kino silk rarr suits, $.r).r> on tu fSOU ut,
Wocarrv front fa) ti? ' ?p nrlor ulla and hom 100 to ibo chamber suits In stock
lt will pay you in mini und om us ar writ? .or catalogue an.I price lia ?ont rice
m lippi m?t Inn
onie amt prmc, \ 0 Will be glad to show you through
FLEMING ev BOWLES,'
843 Broad St., - Avigvj.sta.a-a,
CRAY & ANDERSON,
Alive on hand und for sale on bcd I or terms than ever I ie foro
50,000 PINE SHINGLES.
Ceiling, Flooring, Boxing, Moulding, llrokets, I lal ti ste rs Sawed ant! Turned
Dry and Kirst i lass, ready to he nailed down. When you need such
como and gel sizes and prices, wc have all sizes on limul cheap.
SV Wc have also Doors and Ulinda. On rough lumber for frame work
we eau heal the .lews
GRAY & ANDERSON
Laurens C. H . S
? i i - J - . . ? UL.-i
1) BFA K TURE I
Having decided to devote my time exclusive!
the sale of Shoes and Hats, I wuldsay to
the public that all in need of such Goods
can save money by giving me a call.
Shoes of every kimi. Thc flues! assortment in town, end will bo
sold on the (dosest margin.
W. H. GARRETT,
- A T -
GARRETT'SSH OE STORE,
LAURENS, S. C.
33o YOUL "VSTSLUt to
?~\ IP SO Izr
Gr O T O
MINTER & JAMIESONS
Mammoth Establishment, Where
You Can Get:
BARGAINS IN Dress Good*. HA KOA I NS IN Notions.
BARGAINS IN White Goods. BARGAINS IN Millinery.
BARGAINS IN Cent's Sines.
BARGAINS IN Ladies 8)i||<l*,
BIG BARGAIN in Straw Hats.
We are offering great Bargains in everything FOR CASH. Como one
Como All, ttlld ho convinced, that we mean what we say.
Vi? Remember. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FURNITURE,
for Upper Carolina, Wholesale mid Retail, rollie attention given all. No
trouble lo show goods.
Minter & Jamieson
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES,
LAURENS, 8. C.
Jan. ft, 1888-?in