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My. iV. HALL, EDITOR.
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vortlsomonts, nor square, one Inser
tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion,
I.ihoral reduction mado for largo Ad
W. W. BALL, I
JiA URIONN, ?S. (;.f April 28th, 1891.
The Keowee Courier has been
onlarged. It ranks among tho
best papers in the state.
"N" Is the final letter of "Ad
ministration," but It ought to begin
With a "T.?
It is hopod that tho committee
on tho Columbia, Nowberry and
Laurcns railroad will soon report
progross in this direction.
Will the imposition of a license
upon the salo of intoxicants by the
Columbia Club bring about an In
crenso in the consumption o> "old
bourbon" by tho members In . xer
to raise funds to pay it ?
If the Columbia Centennial
comes up to the Columbia hanging
of last week, ire success is assured
?from a Columbia newspaper
A Southern Exposition under
the auspices of tho Southern Immi
gration Bureau is soon tp betopened
at Raleigh, N. C, where the re
sources antt industries of every
state aj?df county in tho South may
bo^o^hibltod. Italelgh is conven
iently located on the line of march
of all who come from Northern
The idea Is simply and solely to
advertise the South as a land in
viting pooplo from other and dis
tant parts of the earth to come and
llvo in it; and by striking, convin
cing object lessons to impress the
substantial inducements that the
region holds out.
As not even tho absence of an ex
hibit from Laurons county would
bo conspicuous, she would be
grievously at fault not to have a
.placointhe picture. Her cotton,
grains, woods, minerals and man
ufactures should bo>*thero in
such style and attractiveness, as to
catch the eye of every passer by.
Tho cost of a handsome exhibit
would bo nominal and tho exposit
ion managers offer to arrange and
core for it from the time it arrives
in Raleigh free of charge. A little
time, thought, and money, and a
committee of about three energetic
citizens to take the matter in
hand aro all that is needed to give
tho county this effective advertis
During last week the trustees of
the South Carolina University (if
anybody knows what that Is) held
a pow-wow at Columbia. This cor
poration some suppose to embrace
tho pile of old brick tumble down
buildings some five hundred yards
oast of the capitol at Columbia,
the citadel academy at Charleston,
Clafiin at Orangeburg and then
unfolds itself and takes in Clemson
on tho mountain fringes near the
norlhcastorn boundaries of the
Empire Stato of the South. Verily
our University makes Its best ef
fort to take in tho univorso. So
the trustees havo no "pent up
Utlca" for a jurisdiction. Gov.
Tillmnn, when he went "to and fro
and up and down the earth," asked
for a legislature to carry out his
vlewa?he goi it; that legislature
elected the trustees and they will
do his bidding. The educational,
olemosynary and penal institu
tions of tho State, are now boing
reformed In more senses than one,
and Gov. Tillman will bo entitled
to tho glory.
One of our Charleston contem
poraries ton days ago lectured the
trustees upon their duties and
warned them to fling away their
prejudices and to bo generous to
the University. This would seem
to bo a work of supererogation,
ttov. Tillman, the legislature, the
trustees and the people are all one
and tho same thing in the matter
of this universal University and
own the houses, lands and chattels
which compose it, and will olect
their own agents to run it and car
ry out their purposes. Why then
caution thorn to lay asido their
prejudices? It is not to bo pre
sumed that the trustees aro or will
be suicides; that they will burn
their own houses or perhaps prove
infanticides. No Indood; it Is to be
presumod that the University Is
composed of parts und that all tho
parts aro equal In tho nffoctions of
tho?o roprosontatlvos of a common
mother (as a prominent S. C. of
ficial might say).
Our contemporary the News A
Courier, in its caution,to lay aside
prejudice, might have had in mind
that portion of tho University sit
uato in Columbia, where auch men
as George McDuffle and Wade
Hampton had their early training.
In this view our contemporary Is
entirely excusable. In the moan
Whilo wo pardon tlio soft Impeach
mont pfeferec! by our contempo
rary that anybody In this age of
I.;roM..and..reform could bo snp
po.e. d guilty of Sltcll ft WtMkllOSS 118
prfjutltee, not to. meat ion a Trustee
I a llurverslty that tfkon in such
wide rjoope of terrltpi*,
Florida ha? tho Call Jost at this
point in the game.
"What Is the matter with Mary ?"
Is the question now pestering
Mr. Wilson (fibbea, who has re
cently assumed editorial control of
the Columbia Record Is a young
Journalist of decided talent. He
has for several years been .he
Charleston World correspondent
Col. Jno. W. B. Pope resigned tho
editorship of the Columbia Regis
ter on account of a reduction In
hla salary. Col. Popo'a absence
from the journalistic fraternity
will be felt and regretted.
Judge ?Simonton decides that
the Coosaw case Is removed Into ]
(he Circuit Court of the United!
State?. This settles the matter for
the present and the case may be
Anally appealed to the Supreme
Court and taking Its chances on
the long dookets of that tribunal,
j may bo flvo years in settlement.
I Alas! for the hundred thousand
that ought annually to meet the
interest on the public debt which
our forefathers and fore mo then,
contracted in riotous living. Who
sIartod the Coosaw war anyhow ?
Harris Idthia Springs.
Waterloo, S. O., Apr. 10, '91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?My en
gagmen ts arc such that I have not
time to call the attention of medi
cal profession to the cases that
might be collected from the mass
that have accumulated during
tho thirty-eight (88) years of
constant use of the waters of your
Lithia Spring. The waters of
tho Lithia Spring are odorless and
colorless, free from salinary taste,
rather palatable. When taken in
a considerable quantity they do
not nauseate, purge or produce
any feeling of discomtort. I And
from an analysis of the waters they
contain clorldo sodium, carbonate
IHIlla',clU'bOiJfflU iron anil sWftrrrrttr
magnesia. The waters act directly
upon the mucous coates of the
stomach and alimentary canal;
they are powerfully alterative
and tonic. They are soothing to
inflamed or irritated surfaces.
They react upon the blood, chang
ingm it from acid to alkaline.
In indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach and gnstralgia, suppplemented
with a proper diet they are a cer
tain cure. Tho action upon the
Kidneys is marked. The sodium,
potash, soda and lllhm are the best
solvonts ot uric acid, all calculi of
an acid character, whether bileary
or ciptic aro steadily dissolved, I
am confident that the profession
will find it very useful In cases
where this class of water is re
J. Q. Wilbur., M. D..
Anderson, S. C, Feb. 24, 'OL
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I return
bottles to bo filled with your Lithia
Water. Havo used one crate and
feel much improved.
Mrs. E, E. Young.
Laurenb, S. C, April 80, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I have
been a sufferer for some tlmo from
an affection of the kidneys. I tried
a number of remedies without any
reliof. Some times the pain in my
back was so severe that 1 had to
have help to get up when sitting
down. Some of my friends asked
me to try your mineral water, I
did so, and tho result was most
gratifying. I felt relief after the
first day. After using it a week I
was entirely well. It has been some
six weeks since I first used it, and
my general health Is greatly Im
f?roved. Too much cannot be said
n its praise. It is undoubtedly tho
best water thai I know of,
D. M. PATTON
Cross Hill, S. C , Feb'y I, '01.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?For seve
ral years my wife has suffered from
erysipelas, every two weeks she
was confined to her bed and tried
many remedies, but nothing pro
vented tho crruption. She was dis
couraged and Anally stopped all
medicines and. began drinking your
Lithia Water. In two weeks the
diseaso was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
use and since that time she has
not been troubled at all. <
i Very Respectfully,
Mount vi lle, S. C, Jan. 20. '01.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter became
aAlictcd with a cancer of the nose,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians Anally lold
me they could do nothing further.
She had no appetite and was re
duced to a mere shadow. I conclu
ded to try your Lithia Water and
to my surprise in a short time she
began to Improve In health and the
cancer ceased to spread. She is
now using your excellent water
constantly and Is Improving all
the time. Respectfully,
?. Jj. Watts.
Laurkns, 8. C, Mar. 15. "91
Mit. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?For some
time I suffered Intensely with
gravel aAVution. I tried every
remedy that was obtainable, but
without any relief. Had given up
hopes almost of being cured. Some
ono recommended the Harris
Lithia Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
one case of tho water I passed Ave
or six gravels. I can not say too
much In Its praise.
W. D, B arkhpalk.
For nearly half a century Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral has been the most
popular cough remedy in the
world. The constantly increasing
demand for this remedy proves It
to be the very best spec! Ac for colds,
coughs, and all diseases of tho
\ throat and lungs. * (
BifHttt of all in Leavening Power.?U. S. GovH Report. Aug. fyrj&fr
Special and General.
Edmund Holiday, colored, was
hung at Manning, Friday, for tho
murder of John W. DuBose.
A twelve-year-old daughter of |
A. M, Tlman, near Lowerysville,
Chester County, was scalded to
death by falling into a kettle of
boiling wnter in the yard.
They tell a story of a Branch
villo mail who dreamed ti nt he
died and made his way to the gates
of Heaven and knocked for admit
tance. St. Peter put his head out
and finding who it was, told
him bo couldn't come in, that
he had better try the "other place."
At tho "other place" Kutan re
sponded to bis knock, but to ail of
his appeals, refused to lot him in.
"Great Heaven*,," said the man,
"have I got to go back to Brancli
He Didn't Get It.
London cabmen have many tempta
tions to impose upon their "fares," and
it is hardly to be wondered at that
they somethues catch a tartar la the
attempt. The author of "The Philoso
pher in Slippers" sayB that a largo part
of their undue gains is derived from
timid women, who find it difficult to
withstand their bluster. Still, even a
woman may rebel upon occasion.
A lady who onoo gave a cabman an
extra sixpence after paying his proper
faro, found that he was not disposed to
"Well, mom," said ho, ungraciously,
"I'll toko tho money, but T don't thank
yoa for it."
"You haven't it yet," said she, alert
ly withdrawing the sixpence, and he
never did have it.
The Haraiattan or Withering Wind.
The name of hnrnmttnn has been
given a periodical wind which blows
from the Interior of Africa toward the
AtfamMe ocean during tho three months
of December, January and February.
It sets In with a fog or dry bazo which
sometimes conceals tho sun for whole
weeks together. Ever}* plant, bit of
grass and leaf in its course is withered
as though it had been seared by boat
from a furnace; often within an hour
after it begins to blow green grass is
dry enough to burn liko paper. Even
the hardened natives loso all of tho
skin on exposed parts daring tbo prev
alence of this withering wind. ? St.
Many peculiar points mako Hood's 8ar
saparilla superior to all other medicines.
Peculiar in combination, proportion,^
and preparation of ingredients, >^^<*a^
Hood's Sarsaparllla posscssos^r>%^^y\
the full curat Ivo valuo of tho*^>~>^
best known romodlos^^^^J^^r of
the vegetable king-0 m ?
Peculiar In ^sJ^\cS^^r strength
and economy?^^Hood'a Sar
saparllla GSfr^rt,1Q on,y medi
cine of'?Jr? vhlch can truly
be sakh^*-**^ *5> ^r" Ono Hundred Dor.cs
OneV^^JQ^^^Dollar." Medicines la
^^largcr and smaller bottles
?^^^J^^requlro larger doses, and do not
^^^produco as good rosults as IIood'3.
SPeculiar In its medicinal merit?,
Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith
erto unknown, aud has won for itself
the title of "The greatest blood
purifier ever dlscovorod."
Peculiar In Its "good name
home," ?there is now ^y^^noro
of Hood's Sarsaparllla^ ^^sold I;
Lowell, whoro HC&Jrit Is made,
than of all^ ^ jollier blood
purifiers.^^?t^V^Tccullar in Its
?shenomo-ytAiai record of soles
abroad,^**^ (fS^^r nQ other preparation
has^fJ^pXi^^ovor attained such popu
^r^^rlattty In so short a time,
?*^? vaA retained Us popularity
^^SJ^rand confldenco among all classes
4^ot people so steadfastly.
Do not bo Induced to buy otticr preparations,
but be sure to get tho rccullar Mcdlclno,
aid by *U druggists. ?1| six forff?. l'rop&rcdori
r a I. HOOD St CO., Apothocsrlos, I-ov-ell, Mas
IOO Doses One Dollar
Hcwaro of Ointments for Ca
tarrh that contain Mercury*
ns mercury will surely destroy tho
sense of smell and completely de
range the whole system by en
tering it through the mucous sur
faces. Such articles should nover
be used except on prescriptions.of
reputable physicians, us tho dam
age they will do is ten fold to tho
good you can possibly dorlvo from
them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, O, contains no mercury,
and Is tnkeb internally, and acts
directly upon tho blood and mu
cous sufacos of the system. In buy
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you
get tho genuine. It !s taken inter'
nally, and mado in Toledo Ohio, by
F. J. Cheney A Co.?Sold by Drug
gists, price 75 per bottle.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
Countv oi<* Lauukns?Ptto?
bate Court. "
Wukhkas, Ell/.n T). O.sboine hn?
applied to mo for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of W. K.
These are thcroforo to cite and
admonish nil and singular tho kin
dred and creditors of said do
ceased, to bo and appear before me
at a Court of Probate to be holden
at my offlco at Lnureiis C. IL, on
the 14th dny of May, 1891, at 10
o'clock A. M.| to show causo il any
they can, why lotters should not bo
Given under my hand and seal
this 27th day of April, 1801,
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Apr 28, 91. 8t J. P. L. 0,
Or trade, ono thoroughbred Berk
shire boar,' apply to
W. J. B
r.l m ovrftlttt Hn?ofw?ft?
....,?.?. r ..Vi.??-II? Ih'
. . i 11 *y II?. Any
?.loll.X- Ka*.T lo |r?n>
'?A Drink Fit io\ Yo Gods."
Lovers of a fruit Jurco bevorogo
Und a pure, wholesome aud delight
fully refreshing drink InVTho Spec
ialty Co'n Applo and Poach Cider
Grape aud Florida Orange Juice,
ltnspberry and Pinoapplo Julep.
Bo sure that you ask for Tho Spo
cinllaty Co'a Goods. Tho Speciali
ty Co.: Chlor mills, 28 and ?9 Will*
Unison St.; Ofllce, 107 Bay St.,Sa
Dr W. II. Bail,
Ollko Over. National Bank, Laurcns
OlUco daya Monday aud Tuesday.
llaio * baas?
Tho Boat HousohoM Medicine.
Once ov twice or.ch yoar the sys.
torn needs iiiTi^ia.?- p? tho iiripuvi.
ties which clo.^ the blood. From
childhood to old age. no remedy
moots all enses with the same cor?
tainty of ryood results as
W. C. McGnnhcv, Webb City. Ark., write*.
' B. B. U. has ri>.;e me more good *nd for lcs?
money thon uny ether, l-lcod purifier levir used.,
lowe tlie comfort of my life to it."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Vc, August to, if88.
?writes: "I clcpsr.d It. Ii. Ii. for the preservation
of my hcaith. I IlKVO 1 id it in my family now
nearly two ycir-., ruld in nil thftt liir.c have not liad
to have n doctor.
>CS*" Wvitf f?r HluntrAicd 'Took of WoudorV*
BliC?D UALM CO. Atlanta. Q :>. S=?nt free.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
oently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colde, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by r'i leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro-1
euro it promptly for any one whr,
wishes to try it. Do not accepfc aray
:alifornia fig syrup co.
SAN FRANOISGO, OAL.
10UISVILLE, AY. NEW YORK. NV
OF ANY KIND.
SO, be suro that your
dealer funiiahys you with
Goods the quality of v/hioh can
not bo surpassed. This can
only bo done by buying The
APPhE and PEACH CIDER,
GRAPE and FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE,
RASPBERRY and PINEAPPLE 1ULEP,
The most pure, wholesomo and
delightfully refreshing fruit
beverages to bo had in the
country. Paokagcs of these
goods are always In perfect
oondition and are guaranteed
so to be by
THE SPECBALTY CO.
CMcv Mlllo, Office,
28 L ?9 Williamson Street, 107 Day Street
STRONG POINTS OF THE
Union Central Life Insurance Co.
It has tho lowest death rato. i t renil
?os the highest Interest rata on ?ss in
70atmont?. It pays largest dividends to
policy holders, and has mado tho most
)??. id prugrosa of any company in the
l sd States. It Issues endowment in
si u.aee at lifo rates, it muk?s its polloles
Incontestable und non-forloHable. It
continues policies in force, without sur
rondor, by tho application of th<> entire
roHorvn thereon. It doos not own a dol
lar in du tuating stocks or bonus, it lm
I'ohos no restrictions on residence or
travel, and pays losses promptly.
M. L. ItoNifA.M, Slato Ag't.
8, F. tlAiti.iNOToN, Agent, Laurons.
CORRECTED WEEKLY HY
COOPER AND BUfiHSIDE BROTHERS
llacon,. 6l?0 6ots
Klour, . . 3.00 to 6.60
Lard. 8 0 10? eta
Corn,. mi <S> 00 eta
Moal,. 86 ota
Sugar. 7 0 9 eta
Collco,. 18 @22 eta
Itlco,. 6 0 7 cts
Tobacco,.2ft 0 75 per lb
Molasses..230 10 por jral
Seed Oats,. oo to 75 cts
Bran,.1.W por 100 lbs
Soup--Lug uabiii,. S'2.J5pcrbox
MaolceroC,...05 cts. per kit
Buttet, .???? 15? 20 per lb
KKKM .|2 015pOrctOS
t'hlchbliH, . " <? "0 ots
Better Than Any Bank
OF NEW YORK.
Total Amt? now ?147,164.901 2t>.
No other envestment in the
world is so absolutely safe, or con.
sidering the protection, more pro
fitable than a life or endowment
policy in The Mutual Lite Insur
ance Company of New York, for
the following reasons :
ist. The contrect is based upon
a natural and universally operating
law of mortality, backed by the
good faith and continued payments
of the largest number (182,013 in
1889) of carefully selected lives
insured in any company on the re
serve fund system.
\2nd. The Mutual Life has the
bukest reserve fund of any insur
ance company in the world?being
now over ft 147,000,000.
3rd. During the forty-seven 1
years of its business, its receipts
from interest alone have paid all
death claims and left a surplus
therefrom of $ 11,315,901 69.
4th. Its interest receipts hnvej
exceeded all expenses of manage
ment by the enormous sum of $55,
5th. Its annual income in 1889
exceeding all the requirements for
paying death claims, matured en
dowments, annuities, surrender
values, dividends to policy-holders
and expenses (in all amounting to
$21,629,502.61) by nearly tea mil
lions of dollars, or exactly $9,981,
6th. The Mutual Life has al
ready paid to and accumulated for
its policy-holders ovei $435,000,
000, which is. double the transac
tion of any other company in the
No other financial system can
give such protection and security,
and is so well guarded on every
side against th.e disturbing elements
that undermine and overthrow the
best laid plans and methods of men
acting in their individual capacity.
REMEMBER THE COMPANY.
JStatuftl life Ins? Co*
OF NEW YORK.
Ed. L. Gkbnand, Columbia, S. C.
M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S. C.
MINTER & JAMIES?N.
IN IjAUKENS AND UP COUNTY.
If you will call and see tholr Stock and
Pricos you will bo convinced thoy
can savo you money.
LAURENS, S. C.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukkns?Pho
to ate Court.
WiiK.nBA-s, Eugenia E. Lcaman
hnsnpplicd tome for Letters of Ad
ministration, on the estate of Hugh
* These are therefore to cite and
admonish asll and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and) avppcar before me at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my office act Laurens C. H., on the
5th day of May 1891, at 10
o'clock, A. M., to show cause if
any they ca*n, why letters should
not be gran ted.
Given under my hand and seal,
this 30th cfcay of March, 1891.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Apr. 20, 9:1. 2t j. v. 1.. c.
It pays to be honest^
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL THAT
It pays to be polite,
il.'IVH i ' ! : O) : -
t pays to trade at
Where you will always find a well selected line of latest styles in
GENTS' CLOTHING, HATS SHOES, SHIRTS
Negligee Dress Shirts, White Shirts, Night Shirts, Collars, Culls,
THOUSANDS OF STRAW HATS,, .
Underwear, Sox, Straw Hats, Neckwear, Tics, Dudes Hows, Dandy Bows, Pull's, Umbrellas, Sus
penders, Braces, Ladies', Gents'and Children's Shoes, Nobby Hats and everything to be found in a first class
ENTS' BURNISHING STORE
At lowest prices. We never had occasion to misrepresent our goods. When wcj can't sell them
without doing so we'll go out out of business.
FAMOUS CLOTHING, HAT AND SHOE STORE.
We Still Hold the Fort!
? ? ???ll'IIWIIBUM I IIMIIIIIMnWOIWWWOBMMMMIMaMMBM?gwaWMi
NOT GOVERNED BY THE PRICES OF OTHERS BUT MAKING THEM WITH
EVERY FLUNCTATION TO SUIT THE DULL TIMES.
MENS' Congress and Ball from $1.25 to $3.25.
LADIES' fine dongoln kid at $1.25, $1.65 to $2.43.
LADIES' nice dongola button shoes a big job at oScts. worth $1.50.
MENS' Congress at $198 is a great bargain and you should sec them before buying.
It. will pay you to see our shoes and get prices before buying elsewhere. We can save you 25 per cent.
-WE HAVE ALSO A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CROCKERY,
Glassware. Hats. Eta at ouit tiiroat -prices
ISTe^vv TrTorte: Racket Store.
H. TERRY, & CO. PROPRIETORS.
With tho opening of tlio spring
term, I have added tho military
feature and a thorough course In
Book-keeping to my already full
curriculum, which includes Latin,
Greek, Gorman, French, Calisthe
nics and music. Capt A. N. Brun
son, of Orangeburg city, who grad
uated as Capt of his company and
as valedictorian of his class, at
tho South Carolina military Acad
emy, will have charge of this de
Prof Brunson comes highly re
uommendod; hois recently from
Vanderblit University, and has
had experience, his testimonial
showing him to bo a young man of
marked ability, competent, to till
with credit a position in any insti
For further particulars, as re
gards rates of board, tuition etc
TIIOS F. JONES,
Clinton Classical Institute.
Models and Studies
All kinds made to order.
BLACK INK, PENS, PENCILS,
Books, Standard Books,
ABC Books and Juveniles,
Magazines and Novels.
Subscriptions taken for newspapers
S. S. S., B. B. B., P. P. P.
Soaps and Fresh Garden Seeds,
All Sold at
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I.? 1 I *i"*lr- bit! Ini* ii i.i... i fiont racl, dUtrlot or fOUHly I
h?i**limly i.iu.lii nii.l i-mvlilcil wltli *ni|iliii nu til ? lni??
nnnitirr, wh??i' nnikliiir ??? flMQ ? if?r **rh. It'* IV l-.TtV
? ml NO I.I I?. 1 -ii I iiiI. iiUm FUKK. Ad.lii-n at our*,
?;. ??. M.I.VN. i-.i.x 4?0, Augiisto. Mulnc.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
OTHERS TRY TO FOLLOW.
Come on! Keep up! or throw up the sponge
and get Out of the race.
The day is gone for your making one hundred per
cent on what you sell. To buy an article for $1,00 and
sell it for $2.00 is a thing ol the past. Our motto is :
"Live and let live."
Our lines and bargains are too many to try to crowd them
in this little space. Why they would (ill the whole of the
?Advertiser's columns. We will sell you almost any article
you may want at prices to correspond with the price of
cotton and the hard times.
j. 0. c. FLEMING & co.
Holland & Fowler
Heavy and Fancy
tion and Crackers,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Goods sold at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds of
Country Produce bought. Give us a call.
HOLLAND ?c FOWLER.
Lauicns,S. C. Nov. 13, 1890.
Young Wives !
Who arc for tho first time to im?
dorgo woman's severest trial we offer
a remedy which if used as directed for
a few weeks before confinement, robs
it >f its Pain. Horror and Risk to Life
of both mother and child, as thou
sands who have used it testify.
A Blossing to Expoctant Mothers.
Motiieu'h Fhikno Is worth Its weight
in gold. My wifo suffered moro In ten mln
utea with either of her first two children
than shfl <11il altogether with her Inst, hav
ing previously used four bottles of MoTIl
kh's Fhif.ni>. It Is a l>le>sing to mothers.
C'arml. III.. Jan., 1800, O. F. LoCKWOOD.
Hotll by express, charges prepnld, on re
ceipt of price, tl.oOper bottle. Sora by nil
druggUts. Book to Mothers mailed free.
V.T. ? '.miii RKOCLATOB Co., Atlanta, Ga.
PARTIES holding bonds given
in aid of (Ireonvlllo & Laurena
Railroad, which maturod on Dec
ember 1st, 1800, will present tho
sum" at People's Soau & Exchange
Rank, Laurcns, 8.O., for payment.
Chm'n b. c. o.
M. L. IJiiM-ocK, Clerk.
W. 4L. DOUGLAS
nml other special*
(ton for <lciit(<-mcii,
ich' ?. eto., itrnwar
on I' ill. .in \i! li .
riMltOll, 1111(1 KO KtHilllMll
W. Ii. ?OUUI^ji^flrocktou, Muru. fcoluhr
J. F. MA KT IN ? CO Lauren*.
All persons holdii u demands
MgnUist the estate of b.lizubeth
Strain, deceased, are notlflod to
present and establish them indue
form of law before mo at Laurent!
Court House Mouth Carolina on
Tuesday tho 12th of May 181)1 at 10^
N. 8. HAltiy
April (1th 1891 8pe<