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H ERM AND THERE.
ITEMS OF INTEREST GATHERED
FROM VARIOUS QUARTERS.
l/.rl Charles Beresford ls bow logged.
I'riiicu Ucorgo of Wu los' favorito sport ts
I la ron James ?lo Uothscblld once ?it for u
Tho klug of the Belgians manages to livo
on ?"G(?C,000 a j our.
Henry Clews ls building n bathroom eu
Uroly fitted in onyx.
" Simon Bolivar, the Bolivian liberator, will
have a monument costing xioo.txx).
I'rinCO Henry of (Jernmny lias ha<l TOO dif
ferent photographs of himself taken.
Baron Do Hein, a elliot justico of tho Aus
trian empire, has sovontcon children,
Chauncey Depow and Adam Foropaugh
might be mistaken for twin brothers.
Pao YUH, president of tho Pekin academy,
ls translating Sbuksjicaro into Chinese.
Senator Carwell gives a fortune annually
to vari ns roligl?'Us mi--ions ami charities.
Archbishop Benson, of Canterbury, is a |
warm advocate ot tho use of bicycles by tho
cler.lV. " . _I
Herlill is to uavo a now cathedral.
Brooklyn has an Anti-Dyspcptlo Cooking
An italian lieggar arrested in Now York
Confessed that ho had not washed himself in
Tho now Virginia code that went into ef
fect May I rem tl res every ollleor to take an
Ironclad anti-dueling oath.
There wereS!tt,tH.1 student* In tho twenty
Ocr man universities during tho last session.
Of these l,i)lt) were foreigners.
Strawberries In langland have b."on costin;.'
sixpence upi..peaches half n ifdheii ami
cherries lin vc sold nt about their weight III
Pasts ond hoads or Labrador spar maco .
odd scurf pin?.
Diamond crcsc (tits on polished gold scrolls
are still hi high favor as brooches and lace
An o 11 dosi -a In hairpins represent ; a ser
pent coiled about and supporting u largo
pe:: ri. [
A '.horseshoe of silver, with a 'ink fastete '
lng at tho extremities, makes a peculiar
A llraa lian bug c arly tub inches in
length is un odd brooch shown by a dow n
town J ? wi i v.
An intricate scroll Iii black enamel, sot
with two hntidsoiuo pearls, is a pleasing pat
tern in brooches,
A victorious gamecock is a pattern ia
scarf pitts which will ho received with favor
by sport big men.
A dainty brooch-represents a "jack in tho .
pulpit." pf eur moonstone rising from a i
jowell .! <:.\. : of I loman e..,! I.
Wilkie Collins l 'ret'e-nsor Huxley, Ucorgo
H. Pcndli ton and Dom Pedro will pass sixty
three this y. ur.
Joseph W, l-'iTei, th" Republican candidat.?
for governor ol Illinois, is six feet tall and ;
very spare in (lesli.
Tho a:a.. of Afghanistan l< sn id lo bo '
meditnlin;; a journey to Fnglnnd to call on
tiio inmpr.f India lld > sununer.
President Scolyo, of Amin i st college, is
nblo lo greet by name every living graduate
Of tho Cpl! (go wi.om le- has ever met.
Father M?rlnra, tue young priest who is
croatia ; snell a sensation with lits serinons at
Madrid, speaks twenty-two languages.
Professor Frank O. Woodward, of Wofford
college, South Carolina, has been elected to
thoeliulrof Hnglish liloraturo in tho uni vcr
?Itv of that stato.
A pretty charin Is n smali flask, tho body
of wiiicli I ; .. . ) iure I.e..: of rod and yellow
gold set with ?I unondrt and rubies.
An ol; .? lin? ti cover composed of a
Ml vcr dollar which lightly closes over a
frame fro i which han, th . silver meshes.
A novel elgar clipper recently seed \vnsn
dainty p lr of scissors ia dull (?old, intended
to bo worn :\ watch charm by tho smoker.
A pretty bib pin for infant:; has six niter
nato diamonds and pearls set upon a knife
edge, while n largor pearl graces tho hinged
Parasol handles of twisted silver, from
twelve t ? eighteen laches hi length, ure
shown in pl:.in and oxidized patterns in great
A aqtinro of hammered Roman gold, hav
ing a ruby in ouch corner and a diamond in
tho center, is a pattern both pleasing and
artistic in cull' huttons.-Jeweler's Weekly.
For tho past ten months tho railroad acci
dents in this country Imvo averaged ono for
every live days, and two thirds of thom have
been tho result of carelessness.
Judge II. K, Paek. r ..f Manch Chunk, Pa.,
bas in hisdiliing room a sideboard which cost
$-17,(K>0. li covers tho wholo side of ii room
and isa model of elaborate and beautiful
Yale's new col logo library building, the
gift of s. J!, edmon.len, of Brooklyn, will bo
tho largest In tho country, and probably tho
finest It w ill cost &12.>,000 und bo ready for
uso next, fall
lt is said that tho Chinese remedy for small
pox is to nmko tho patient beata druin. If
ho can do it ho is all right. Formerly they
used to bent tho patient to euro him, but
civilization progresses oven in China.
In Kew Haven. Conn.,? runaway mustang
leaped elem- over a baby ea rr iago without
hann io it, little occupant, but tell all n-heap
ns ho strtiek earth again, und was caught by
ludf a dozen men I.clore ho could rise.
A unique business card is that of a Frank
fort (N, V.) st ovo dealer. Un one side is t ho
following inscription: "How $2,000 wes mai le
-$1,000 by attending to your owai business;
$1,000 by kiting other people's business
Tho Indians on tho San Carlos reservation
in Arizona uro extravagantly fond of
sweets. Sometimes in ono store n barrel of
sugar will bo sojii in a day In quantities of
livo and tin rents' worth, just enough to
servo tho Indian for candy. _
Mr. II. (1. Marqunnd, of New York, pos
sesses tho highest priced piano and tho cost
liest billiard table on this continent, Tho
plano, tho caso of which wa? designed by
Alma Tndomo, cost $40,000, and tho billiard
tobio represents rm Investment of $??0,000.
It is not nu Uncommon thing for immi
grants to land at ( 'astle (?arden with faun
lies of niuo or ten children, and recently a
husband and wifo with thirty-two children
disembarked there, it is only fnlr, however,
to mention tho fact that tho woman was tho
man'? third wife.
Tho British museum is about to fssUO th?
first part of a serios of fan-similo reproduc
tions of sonn) of tho best of tho drawings by
old masters in its collection. The publication
ls intended for free distribution to provincial
art museums and galleries, mid tho British
treasury pays tho expense.
Miss Juno Dutton, who died In Oakland,
Cal.., n few days ago, ot tho ago of bit years,
was ft Forty-niner. Bho wont around tho
Horn in that year, and established u board
ing houso in San Francisco, mid w hen she
died sho was worth over $100,000. Bho was
a Now Hampshire spinster, and lier property
will go to Bomo relatives thora
Tho prieo of supper nt a "poverty ball" nt
Hath, Mo., was placed'd thirteen cents. Tho
following was tho bill of faro: Heimr,, dried
beans, baked l>c?n?, pork and beans, ycllow
eyo beans, pea IM-PHS, warm beans; bread,
bro VII bread, cold broad, ryo broad; twisted,
cn, round and sugar doughnuts; black
coffee with molasses, coffee without milk,
drsnvesia coffee and cold coAVo.
< n ?-.?n of Two Noted flymns.
Speaking Of those two hymns tho story !
told ubotlt th?.ir origin may not bo true,
but is quito in keeping with tho chame*
ti r of tho two author.*, Toplndy ami
Charles Wesley. They lived in tho samo
town, tlio st<>ry relates, and were warm
friends. Ono day, however, they quar
reled, and for some time did not even
speak. Hut such earnest Christians could
not long remain in this state, ?md so they
began to think of a reconciliation. It so
happened that they both spent tho same
night in meditation and prayer over this
matter, and each came to the conclusion
that tko lu st way to bring about a recon
ciliation would lie l.) write a hymn to
present to his friend. Toward morning
a white ?love dashed against Toplady's
window several times, nm) tko words*of j
his immortal hymn 1 Kook of Ages" .
carno to him.
Darinji Ibo sann? night (. liarles Wesley ?
had also w ritten ti hymn which i iequally
celebrated. '\JCMIS, f,over < f My Saul."
In il?.- morning, ;.s they, could not lind
messengers to carry their messages of ;
amity, they cet out to deliver them in pct- .
sou. And BO they met o:i tho ut rec t, tu id
tho unhappy quarrel was healed. This
story is, [M'rhnps, too symmetrical andi
dramatic t > bo entirely true, but it i-? ono
of thoso things that might l>o true, bo
cause in keeping with tho deep yet "sim
ple nat urea of thc men. Sr..!i men do
not llourish in this strident, raucous,
garish age; and this explains why so few'
great hymns aro now written. But then
the world docs not hunger for hynui3
?us it onco did, :?) much tho worse tor
tho world, perhaps. Now York Tribune.
Posing in Wu shins* on'ti Clothes.
An interesting iacideut occurred at tho
Smithsonian Instituto recently. This
was the photographing Of tho 0001111110
worn by (Jen. Wa liington when he re
signed Ins commission in tho army lo tho
Continental congress ai Philadelphia.
Mr. john Noah, the son of a well known
newspaper eorrcs|>o?dent of this city, ''
who j-, clerk of tho Institution, was se
lected ?is tho -abject by whom tho clothes
should bc worn. Mr. Noah is a young
mau. mon- than six feet in height mid of
splendid physique. Cen. Washington's
uniform fitted him perfectly. A paint
ing of Washington, now in possession of
(ho Institute, shows him to have lioen not
U()likc Mr. Noah iii appearance lit tho
The photograph, alter Mr. Noah hail
undergone ;i certain preliminary lixing
is said to bo an excellent representation
of Washington at tho ago of 21. Win n
this operation had been successfully con
eluded Mr. Noah was dressed in the uni
form in which (ten. Jackson appeared ut
tho battle of New orleans, and an equally
po ul representation was Recured. The
object of photographing tho uniforms is
to preservo their appearance to future
generations aft r tho material shall have
faded and rotted away. Washington
Cor. li istoa Post.
Poor l'ooplo in Japan.
Tho poor in Japan aro very poor, anil
live on less than any 1 li.er civilized peo- ?
pie in tho world. A'few cotton clothes
do for : ummer mid winter alike. TO bo
sure, the cold winda nip their bare limbs
iii \vitit r hm) pierce their fow thick-j
liesses of cotton cloth, hilt theil Ibo sim 1
and tho heat uro quilo aa had In Rummer,
and being philosophical liefere everything \
ehe. thc Japanese cildui'O Ibo extremes
willi stoical calmness and enjoy the half j
wasons tho more. A thatched roof, a
Btrnw mat and a few cotton wadded,
futons (.heller and provide him a home,
and rice, milli i. i iii and conwood consti
tute his bl a pl ea of food. With three
? crops a year growing bi his Heids, the
poor fariner supports his family oil a
natch of laud f< rt y 1 et Ripiare, and with
! ;:iiu kinds of ti li awiinmiiig around shor
iii., llsherinan caa maintain himself.
I Farmers and fishermen lx>th gather son
1 wood, and all tho boa jv ; ?> (o tho beach :
whoa ?? n ci nt ?torhi and the right winds 1
I drive vb''kelp and nea froud i ia oil tho
. sand. -Kamakura Cor. Clobo-Dcmocrut.
llecicutlon foi- (in- tiru tn Worker.
I Not only dot ll tho brain worker reqiliro
tho aid of systematic physical exercise,
but bc i- nlso beholden to what may, for
i want of a better name, bo termed dis- '
\ trading employment, by this 1 mean
I such employments03 have :> tendency to
j throw the mind into an absolutely dif
I feront channel. In this category belongs
j music, from tho piano sonata lo tho stu
I pendons efTects nc scon in Hie modern
J orchestra mid grand opero. The one
drawback (o Iheso amusement a ii tho
fact that they tako plac? Rt so latean
! hour in tho evening that tho brain
' worker is liable to got to his bcd after the
midnight hour. This, of course, is a
grave disadvantage; and Ichoukl Ibero
I fore recomtnend tho omhltious brain
worker to patronize tho much despised
matinee, oven though bo have to fake bis j
! aiiHisomenl with ti bouse full of nurses
and children.--Dr. J. Leonard Corning.
Contagion In Cour?-?.
The stat.- analyst of New Ji r.-oy, in a ?
recent trial, when called upon to toko an
; Of/th os witne s, avoided kissing tho
i Biblo on t!i" ground that ho might con- '
j tract disenso by t.*, doing, saying: "So
many different persons hnvo Kissed that
' hool? that 1 do not think it rab' lo touch
my lips to it."' Tho court held that the |
witness must ki.-s the liook, and ho re
luctantly did so. This (seems like a tri
fling matter, and yet i? might 1)0 a serions
ono. Tho danger of contracting disease
in this way is not imaginary. Until
courts BO disinfect Ibo Biblo on w hich
eatha aro taken as to make tho net of
kissing it. safe, wo would advise tho prac
ticing of a device w iiic h the writer bas
for years employed, viz. : to kiss tho im
pera with which ho holds the book.- |
Dreaded by Motel Clerks.
A hotel clerk is presumed to bo equal I
to any assault nt words inflicted uj.>on |
hun, and, aa a rule, this presumption li
correct, puC there ls ono Individual whoso j
name is legion, who is responsible for all ?
the suicides of hotel clerks throughout
tllO country, It is tho many who tell
you something and adds "ch/" Ol' "ain't
iii" after (ach fentonce. Ho await0
your Indorsement of what ho la saying,
and if nt any stngo of tho conversation
you fed to respond he will pull your
sleeve, md insist on your Raying "yes."
Wo meet him every day, ?md dread bim
?is tho young mother does tho ecnrlct
Vol hiny, I-'linn's 11,
/.ahiha, Fla., .hine J7, 1967
N K, Vounblo <v Coi
I have boon using fl, f">. ll, hi my fam
ily ?**? blood piirilier. Having ni vor
ii - dj my medicino (ooqiinl lt,
ftespoctfully, Sirs it M haws,
Alni; mail Old Man Voting,
( Kxtrad from a belier.)
P. S I hough I three bol'les of ymir
Ilutante blood Halm from mv friend 11
I) Mallard, ol Cainpobi I lo, s'c. I have
I con us lt Ul roo week M. It appears
tojovo IngnoW lifo ami now Mrongth, if
there is Rnythpig Unit w ill make ?01 old
oicn young it la M fl I?. I am willing to
sall it. I can earnestly nnd hmiostly
recommend botanic Blood haling
POTATO BLOOD BALM CO
for sale hy TU AYN H A M A- Pi >L
tton AOont iiii-v
Hero is Tiie New Oi Irans Item, n Mo
publica n Journal, which bi B peak lng of
tho result ?.if tho rocent l/OltlslOha olt'O
Hon. says that "ii lilltuboi ol' iliu helter
sort of Intelligent and Independent ;
negroes bokllv proclaimed themselves
Democrats, und In favor of the election of
Ooo Nieb?lls boin the beginning "
Ami hero. lou. is Tho Progresa, n paper j
edited by negroes, which declares that
"thousands ami thousands! <>f colored i
voters" oust theil votes tor tho Homo
eratic nomi nco for governor.
This is n kind of evidence tv h ich will bo
totnlly ignored hy ibo Itcpubllcail news
pupers of tho noel li, which un; insisting
Unit Ibo Uoiilocrutlo majority in tho l-ou
(siana election WHS duo to tho grossest of
fraud, und it is u kind ut' evidence, moro
over, which will command a great deni
moro respect 11 inti the frenzied ravings of
tho bloody shirt shriekers of tho eastern
press who wero never in Louisiana, und
who uro simply repenting tho old howl
thev learned twenty years ugo. heenuso,
finding it un effect i vo campaign cry then,
tliey desperately hopo that it may still ro
lain something of ita old elfkicucy.
Louisville Courier Journal.
Tho Kml ut limul.
With tho defeat of Republicanism In
November tho worn out party issues of
shivery and civil war will ibo. The civil ]
war pm ly w ill censo to exist In its j
room lhere will ho an opposition parly !
advocating the Ideas of Henry Clay, with
tbolr modern deductions, und this pnrty |
will boublu tn beeomo nut ional - us tho j
Republican party never hua bern.-St. I
To ito Consistent,
If either Fondler. Sherman, Fairchild
or Tuttle should bu the llepubllcan presi
dential nominee. Ingulls should ho tba
presiding otlicer of tho convention, and
tho bloody shirt, red und dripping with
gore, tho platform.-Qc velum! Plain
Lot Sherman Weep.
Brother Blaine la not a candidate, lint
it ls well understood Unit ho is in tim
bands of thu convention Tilla will ho
bud news to Sherman.-Atlanta Colistine
or i .un ....
Of ceurso Mr Blaine isla tho nico. His
wotd to tlie contrary is worth no moro
thn.i his ..ord in every other mutter.
itu? lt anything Else?
Tho llepubllcan party has its wonk
nesses-Brooklyn Fag lo.
Some ono lins got up un alphabet of
precious stones ns follow s: Amethyst, horyl,
chrysohorj |, Uiumond, .'nierai.I. fold>.|?ir,gor
net, hyacinth, id. XTUKO, jasper, hynuitv (moro
commonly ryun i to, ? tiltia mineral), lynx
sapphire, nnu.-o?. ;|, niitrolito, opal, pv rope,
qitarbi, ruby, sappi ii re, topvu/., nruuito, vosu
v lani to (a species of gurnet), wau r sapphire,
xnnthitc, yttrium, Kiroon (u Uingidcso stone).
"Mnelioth," by Irving, is pronnscu to
English theatregoers next season.
Charlotte Wolter has I.n coiinootcil with
the burg theatre in Vienna to;- twenty-six
Jll-l us Ur- ,|.>.uss were llbotlt t'i bo Opened
ut th.- Tlicntro do I'Alhnmhrn, in Brussels,
one night not long ago, tko enormous chun* |
d?lier I' !l ui:lt a fearful crash No um; was j
hurt, lint Ibo i sir for maneo lind lo bo post
Ll! i Iltisse!) his coii(|uorcd llusno. Dur*
lng her engagement ns prbun donna, nt War- j
saw, -.ii.' received SOO lx>tit|iiclM, u diamond
rill;;, ll llitUtlond I nae. let un.I il gold (III.)
silver tea ser vico for twelve |>crsons. All
Petersburg sia: was handed a horseshoe ol
roses, from iv h ich hung a roso formel ol I
rubies ami diamonds
A Famous Doctor
Once said thal Ibo secret of goo l health
consisted in keeping thc head cuni, thu
feel wann, nml the bowels open. Had
this eminent physician live.) in our day,
and known the moid IH of Aycr's Pills
ns an aperient, ho would certainly havo j
recommended them, a.-, MI II arty of his i
distinguished successors aro doing.
Th.- celebrated Dr. Farnsworth, of
Norwich, Conn., recommends Ayr's
Pilli! us the best of all remedies for
" I nu i initient Fevers."
Dr. L E. Fowler, of Bridgeport,
Conn., says: " Aycr's Pilla ure highly
und universally spoken of by tba people
about hero. I maka daily use of them
in 111}* practice." .
Dr. Mayhew, of New Bedford, Mass,,
pays: "Having prescribed many thou?
sands of Aycr's Pills, in my practico, 1
? an unhesitatingly proie.niue thom tho
best cathartic in use."
The Massachusetts Slate Assayer, Dr.
A. A. Huyes, cert liles : " I have made a
careful anal; sis ot Aycr's Pills. They
contain tho activo principles of well
known drugs, isolated from inert mut
ter, which plan is, eh..lineally speaking,
of great importance to their usefulness.
lt insures activity, certainty, and uni
formity of effect. Aycr's Pills contain
no metallic or mineral substance hut
the virtues of vegetable remedies in
Prepared l y Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co., bowell,Msss.
huid )>y all Dealers lu Medicino.
House and Lot for Sale.
Will bo sold tit, public outcry on
Salcsday in July next, one dwelling
in thc town of Laurens, ot' live rooms
.?uni lot ol'seven.lentils of nn aero with
good well of water. Situated in .Jer
sey, hounded by lands of Mrs. Martha
Bubb and others.
For other particulars apply to V. P.
J ESS IK THOMPSON.
4 LL land owners ol' Laurens COU lb
j \ ty nrh herebp notified lo clear
all running streams on their prom
ises of all timbers, brush, Irtish, or
any thing obstructing said streun...
during thc inontv <?r .May. 1888. oth
erwise I llO law may bo Oflforcop,
JAM KS HELL,
Ch. Bd. e. c. b. Ci
Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyrights
Ob till nod, und nil other business in thc
c. s Paton! Office attended lofor MOD?
15 KT F. FF RS,
Our ellice ?s opposite tho C. S. Patent
Office, and wo eau obtain Patenta in less
Hmo than (hoso romole from Washing*
Semi Mode) or Drawing. Wo advise
ns to putout ability frCO Of ch argo j und
we make no charge unless wo obtain
W o refer here to thc Postmaster, I ho
Supt. of Monov Order Div., und I he o Hi
dals Of tho C'S. Patent OfUCO. Foi cir
cular, ndvicc, terms mid reference, lo
actual (beni" In your own Htulo or
County, write to
- A ll. K N l>S OK STA IM
BACON, 8170 Alt,
FLOUR, j rc:KI.ES,
.MOL ASS KS, PKPPK1
CO F FKK, SPIC
car Loa 1 of Flour just tte
All of which wo sell nt HOTTO.
Geo. IB. .A
HJEITJI rens -
IL.ve been placed un Hm nuiniri: nod
nwait your critical inspect ? m. You \\ Ml
lind a lust ni ?tul nssnrt .non t ul' gar monis
On' iron, youl tis and boys in nil I.I10 rou
illai* sixos, und Iii ?ll rp'iullllos amt pri
TIM. Tho designs and patients
td' I ho goods t li i s sonst m aro moro tut mo
tivo than any in tho past. Thorn is a .li -
mden chango in tho stylos and maka up
ol'I ho garments this season ono in par
tinular and that is lite pants arc lt rgor
and thc suck ennis nu cutaway. Very
I'ow nf lin1 Htraiglll int sink will be
worn. Those trarnionts aro mnnutnctu
I'Otl expressly lol' III."? li ade ami ill Ol'doi
to gol ii coin j lido assort m old of (he un
mei.ms patterns ami designs w lihdi aro
odored this season, I have secured a
largo stock l'or my customers o? soled
irnm. Thoso garments aro regular tail
or made and will lit perfectly ami will
hold their simpe until the garment is
wura iiiii. The,\ ..re n I sn miliiul'iielurod
ul'imported non is as well as nf dnntcst
ies in eassiineres, chcvoiols, serges, silk
mixed, worsted, whip eon I und cork
se rows, and in sacks, cu I a ways, Minglo
ami il..utile breasted Crook stylos. I
have also a lino assorted lino ol'gouts
u udor wear lu I mila, ganz.?, hallhriggaii
and listo lim a.I. Als., hosiery ol thc
same millerlal in lane and plain enlei-s
( 'n! I a rs, null's, lia nd loi eli i el s ami a large
lino of (?culs nock wear Pi till Um latest
novelties, colors ami tim < ami made in
i ho latest shape -.
Soft ami still Huts for (le Spring ami
nmuior wc.tr in all ol tito now shapos
and colors, ami all sizes. Thc loading
spades are cime.m.m and granite aiel
tho gray cassitnerc hats. 1 hiivo in stock
llio lavnrile llostou soil 1 on I'm ming siiil
hat, which have a rouillai Inn ail ovor
(he Stale, ami can univ l?0 purehiisod
he.c. (.tents Hue shoos In all I ho load inn
stylos and makes, qualities and prices
A IIIOUP till Ul is lite Ita u li is I er lille s I ),,<>,
\\ hleh has ; he host n puta) hm "i any lu
the city, (hails slippers ami dancing
pUlllpSill all sl\|es. ItOSpOCl I'll 11V,
M. I" KIN 111?.
Kit VIN TN I l"l V. Millinger,
Spartauhm u ?.
Tin: KM pom UM
A i uliimhin is ih' placo tor fa
clothing, h its, furnishing g . .is, u n
and valises and gouts line simes M
visit lng thc city c., 11 ami examine
line stuck ul men, youths ami
n i lc
Ac,all ul Willoh
pa rt a n hu ra ?lore
I.. KIN l(
Th?* hooks t?f Registration will
lie opened in the Sheriffs ulllee ?tl
Laurens, ns the law dir.-els, on thc
first Monday in en. li mooth, until
ll rat Monday In duly, '88, when the
law requires them closed until after
tho ne.M general election, This is
for tho purpose of registering all
persons wjio have docomo nf Ugo,
(ir entitled ld register since 1:1*1
election; to I rn nsf or person.*) from
this to another County, and from
ono township io nnothoi, or from
one residence to another.-All this
niusi he done heforo or <?n thc first
Monday in .Inly, 1888. I-..st cert!
limites may l>e renewed lo within
itt) days of thc election, nod those
who docomo of ngo between isl
July ami tho election, may register
ni any time heforo election.
Those who Ile fused or Neglected
to I legi st cr In lore the last election,
cannot register until tho Law i^
.1 W VS lt WV ITS,
Sn pe rv i sor Registration.
Feb. 21th, I sss.
Dr. C. L. POOLE
oilers hla professional services lo thc
citizens ol Laurena and vlolully, ('alls
promptly attended tn night ami day,
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ti 11 A' Cu.
IW~ All calls at night Hhotlbl bti lofl at
tflo residence of l?r. j, T. Poole.
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Clocks, Jewelry, &c,
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Nert hm ?ni ! au excellent chew.
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Km salo hy :.!l .L il. i -. < ?ill Cor pain
phi.-I. Mat <i, nm
W. A CAMPBELL,
Ohl furniture of all kinds repaired ai
lowest rates ami in workmanlike ?lylo,
i V North si?lc Public Square, in tho
LAUUKXK, S. C.
?. W. HENSON
Meals at. all hours, consisting of all
i he delicacies <?i' tim season. Colite
attention and prompt servio?;.
Oli'cra Iii ? set vices lo thc citizens ol'
Laurens. (lillee on South street
Dr. B. E. HOLCOMB
OFFICE M AI: K, SITOUHAVKS STOUK
TD IR, -W KC- BALL,
dffled over Nat lonni Hank,
O ill co (lays Moiidnynnnd iiOHtlnys
LVJUI'.NN. - -' - - s. C
With n Tull corps ol assistants the
Lnuronsville h'cnialo College will
roorganlzc and begin full session
Sept. i'.Mb. (tooms comfortable,
Standard high. Special attention to
all Romalo accomplishment:!. New
and splendid Pianos. Non-scota
rlan. ?ovornment parontal. young
ladies under the lllimcdlato cure of
Mrs. MeCasinn and Mrs. N. (1 .lor
(lan. Pupil? received ? t any time
and charged until omi of quarter,
Board $12 per month in advance,
Tuition $20, $80, und With classical
course $ n> per Collegiate year, pay
able monthly! We solicit and hope
to merit public pain nage, l'or
any information add rosa.
W. M. McCASLAN,
LAUHKNS.S. C., July 20, 1887, iy.
THE FURNITURE PALACE
Of Augusta Ga,.
The Largst, Finst and Most Reliable
House in the South !
oth in Stylos and Pri?es alwayssolling on dos? margins. We hsvo
till tho wondM ni ado int? furniture, eonsisllng ol' Miil.ov.anyi CT.orry, Aitili|iie
Oak, Imitation Mahogany, Aiitln,HOsh( Hui id Olh.o and Walnut.
Walnut Sui ta, >:;.'. i.o. Marble tnp,fluOO Parlor Snits, tMuah Walnut
I i MU..'.!<.>,. o tn. I io? silk Parr suit?*, co to fm) lu,
Wi> oarrv From fto t<? ?p tudor m's and fi nm UH? IO 160 olia abor still* in stock
lt will pay you to oom' mal ?00 us or wrlto or eutnloguo un J price Ila scut freo
onie and price, \ 0 will l c glad 11 show you llnov pn
FLEMING & BOWLES,'
843 Broad St., 1 - AugustaQa
GRAY & ANDERSON,
Anvc on hand anti for salo on bolter terms than ever before
50,000 PINE SHINGLES.
Coiling, Flooring, Boxing, Moulding, llrokots, Balusters Sawed ami Turned
Dry and Kirst-i ?ass, ready lo bo nailed down. Wbon you need auch
come and ucl sizes turi price?, we bavo all size* on hand cheap.
? V We bave also Dom ; reid lllinds. ( >n rough lumber for frame work
we can beal I lie .lews
GRAY & ANDERSON
Laurens C. H.. S.
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Having decided to devote my time exclusivel
the sa'e of Shoes and Hats, I wuldsay to
the public that all in need of such Goods
can save money by giving mc a ca1!.
Shoes of every kimi. Thc flnosl assortment in town, und will bo
sohl on Hie el oses t margin,
W. Il . (J AR B l?TT,
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GARRETT'S SHOE STORE,
LAURENS, S. C.
Do You. Want to
MINTER & JAMIESON VS
Mammoth Establishment, Wheie
You Can Oct:
HA Itt IA INS IN Dress Cool-.
HA KC A I NS IN While Conds.
HA KC A I NS IN Cent's Slims
BA KC AI NS IN Notion?.
BARGAINS IN Milllnory,
BAB(IAIN'S IN Ladies Slippers.
BIG BARGAIN in Straw Hats.
>Wo nro ollcrlng grcnl Bargains in overything Foll C ASI I. v como on?
como AU, ami ho convinced, that wo mean what we tay,
lt/ Rcmcmhor, NV F AUK HEADQUARTERS FOB FURNITUR Ki
for Upper Carolina, Wholesale ami Holall, Dollie attention given all. No.
trouble lo show goods,
Minter & Jamieson
LEADERS OF LOW PRICES,
DAD UK NH, H. C.
.fun. 8, 1888- OMI