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LAUBEN H, 8, C, May 12th, 1891.
Cotton receipts are mightily
growing in Charleston, So much
for a fair count.
Is It free silver or free coinage
that is wanted ?
Will some adopt in fool's jargon
tell us what is meant by a "dog
cart country editor"?
A drummers' convention met in
Augusta last week and they say its
a "dry" town now.
The Greenville News doubts
whether Tillman will swallow the
Bub-treasury bill, the Sub-treasury
bill, Tillman, or each swallow the
other. The dose will in any
event sicken no ono more than it
will Col. Tatbert.
?'Calhoun county" will have a
oentennial arch but whether Cal
houn county itself will ever be
more than the "baseless fabric of a
dream" is a quostion for our un?
The Greenville News announces
that Col. J. A. Hoyt will withdraw
in June from the Baptist Courier
and perhaps from Journalism. Col.
1 Toy L has put the Courier In the
front rank of religious papers and
his withdrawal will be much re
grettod. Bev, A. J. S. Thomas
succeeds Col. Hoyt and there need
be no doubt that the Courier will
maintain its high standard of ex
The Days of Chivalry Ovor.
At Florence, 8. C. (not Italy) a
Mr. Gumpert was cowhided by a
Mr. Stackley. Two other Stack
leys stood by and saw the opera
tion. The Stackleys were bound
over to the General Sessions.
Verily, the days of chivalry are
passing into "desuetude." There Is
something rotten in the State of
South Carolina, or tho pistol cart
ridge law of recent date is getting
Bi its work.
Tho Echo?From Charleston to
"An honest ballot and a fair
count." See proceedings of Char
leston Democratic Convention,
. Our readers will recall Pat's con
sternatioiv when he consulted
counsel and was told that tho judge
and jurors who were to try him,
were honest men and that he
would have even handed Justice
meted out to him.
Tho Significance of Our Arch.
Laurens' Centennial Arch is to
bo surmounted by the figure of a
woman. Her presence there is a
prophecy that Laurens is to be of
all other places the peculiar haunt
of Carolina's girls?that here the
State will erect the splendid insti
tution lor industrial education de
signed to make amends to her
women for a century of neglect..
Let every visitor at Columbia
from within the borders of Laurens
county remember that upon him
rests a share of the responsibility
to see that the prophecy is
fulfilled, and let every stranger
yiewing Laurens' emblem, remem
ber that it tells what in the near
future is destined to be her crown I
Just as tho County Teacher's As
sociation was about to adjourn its
first meeting, the editor of this pa
per dropped in to get the points
about it and make a report of
them. The School Commissioner
called on him for some expression
as to the Association; and he brief
ly responded. The Commissioner
then suggested the "thanking res
olution" which was passed. This
is the first mention of it ever made
in this paper.
The incident was without special
significance of any kind. It was
prompted simply by the fact of the
editor's presence and, possibly, by
allusions to his own oxperience as
It is safe to say that the Herald
and Tjik Advertiser will contin
ue to work together for the good of
tho common schools.
The absence of a divorce law in
S. 0. may work Injustice in certain
eases but tho grave quostion is
whether or not its enactment
would tend to involve upon us
evils of a moro extensive charac
So long as those who have found
marriage to be a failure can get
rid of thoir inconveniences by a
toraporary residence on the other
Bide of the Savannah, there can be
no reason for South Carolina to
tackle the problem at all. Georgia
was founded as an asylum for un
.South Carolina manages to get
along without a divorce law, and
those of her citizens who are mar
ried "aot wisely but too well" have
only to make the best of their geo
grapical situation, and dead beat
their remedies from the Georgia
court*. Don't open the gates fo
The 8. C. College
Tbo friends of the State Univer
sity, did not look forward to the
ceremonies of contracting It Into a
college with feelings of satisfaction.
The Board of Trustees is supposed
to contain several members who
have about the same love for the
institution as the boa constrictor
has for Its prey and'that they have
generously refrained from squeez
ing the life out of It Is cause for
On the whole, those In whose
croed affection for the institution
is a cardinal doctrine and who
have proven themselves tried
friends throughout its changing
fortunes, have every reason to
trust that the work of reorganiza
tion will bring about a more sub
stantial prosperity than it has en
joyed in the past.
The removal, by the Legislature,
of the technological school to
Clemson was a mistake which com
ing events will prove; but that par
ticular blunder is now out of sight.
The refusal of Dr. James Wood
row to devote his whole time to
teaching perhaps clears the Board
of blame la not re-electing him.
The fact stands out however,
that the institution has lost one of
the most accomplished scholars in
America, a traction of whose tal
ents Is a fortune to any onterprlse
with which his name may be con
nected. In completeness of intel
lectual culture, In strength and
breudth of character adjusted in
all its parts with perfect nicety,
Dr. Woodrow has no peer in South
Dr. Alexander declared himself
a Unitarian and received his dis
missal in consequence. Blamo does
not attach to the Board of Trustees
iu this ease; for they merely reflect
a public opinion too often "wise in
its own conceit," and the errors
committed under the cloak of
expediency must always be allowed
time to demonstrate their own jus
tification. Personally, she editor
of this paper greatly regrets that
Dr. Alexander was not re-elected.
The fascination of an intellect
daring as his caunot be forgotten
and the purity of his life illustrated
by scrupulous care even In his ex
pressions pertaining to class room
subjects leaves a strong Impress
upon every student who has been
under his tutorage.
The members of the faculty re
elected aro without exception men
of fine character and splendid at
Governor Tillman, with all his
faults, rarely has his vision ob
scured by small prejudices. His
suggestion of an appropriation to
keep the- College Library abreast
of the times shows his appreciation
of the fact that that historic col
lection of literature is a matter of
pride to the whole State, by no
means confined within the limits
of college walls.
It is certainly to be desired that
the committee appointed will re
port a scheme for physical culturo
which will meet with the Board's
approbation. Physical training
ought to be compulsory in schools
generally. In all cases and under
all circumstances its neglect leads
to irreparable harm. Bapid mind
development cannot be better ac
celerated than by systematic
strengthening of the body.
It Is hoped that the college has
at last ceased to be a political issue
and that its name and status has
been finally determined. With
the indications pointing to u llber
ral support from the State, its pros
pects never were brighter.
Tho Pardoning Power.
Under the Constitution the par
doning power is lodged with the
Executive. The Judge, solicitor
aud juries deal with the criminal
until sentence is passed. In aM
cases of crime, after conviction tho
question of clemency arises. The
Governor is rarely called upon to
pardoii a party set at liberty by tho
process of the court and the ver
diet of a Jury.
Now, while the Governor is con
sidering the propriety of interpos
ing the quality of mercy it is well
enough to consult the judge and
the solicitor; It Is well to consider
the character of those who ask for
clemency for the condemned; and
upon all the considerations pre
sented the Governor must act.
The Constitution has put the re
sponsibility upon him and he
Ik unfit for tho office who does not
come up to its full measure. In
the meanwhile the press must be
on the qut rive to Inform the public
and criticise the acts of officials.
Caustic criticism is ft sort of hy
gienic ordeal to which public offic
ials must submit for the benefit of
the public health.
There Is a complaint from per
sons going North from Laurens
that they are compelled to lie over
eight or ten hours in Spartanburg
and that they suffer tho same In
convenience on their return. Of
course if the stopping place were
any other than Spartanburg the
condition of things might be worse,
and It is, at all events, bad enough,
The Richmond A Danville should
reduce the time for Spartan re
freshments to some thing like
Mamma (to her little boy).
"Now, Bonnie, if you'll be good and
go to sleep, mama '11 give you one
of Dr. Ayer's nice sugar-coated
Cathartic Pills, next time you need
medicine." Bennie, smiling sweet
ly, dropped off to sleep at once.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.? U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. tt>TjQS^?
OuarlottksvilTjE, Va., May 7.
?The first contest of the Southern
Oratorical Intor-Colleglato Ahso
station of the Unlvorslty of Vir
ginia was held last night, Tho
gold medal was awarded to Mr. J.
W. Mooro, of Vanderbilt Universi
ty, over nix other university com
When B*by was tick, we gave hor Castorto.
When ahe was a Child,she cried for Costorla.
When she became Miss, she clung to Cantoria.
When she had children, she gavo them Castor la.
Tho Best Result.
Every ingredient employed in
producing Hood's Sarsapnrilla Is
strictly pure and is the best of its
kind it is possible to buy. All tho
roots and herbs aro carefully se
lected, personally examined and
only the best retained. So that
from the time ot purchase until
Hood's Sarsapnrilla is prepared,
everything is carefully watched
with a view to attaining the host
result. Why don't you try it?
Harris Lithia Springs.
Waterloo, S. C. Apr. 10, '91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?My en
gagements uro such that I have not
time to call the attention of medi
cal profession to the cases that
might be collected from tho mass
that have accumulated during
the thirty-eight (38) years of
constant use of tho waters of your
Lit bin Spring. The waters of
the Lithia Spring are odorless and
colorless, free from sail nary taste,
rather palatable. When taken in
a considerable quantity they do
not nauseate, purge or produce
any feeling of discomfort. I find
from an analysis of tho waters they
contain clorlde sodium, carbonate
potash, carbonate soda, carbonate
lithia, carbonate iron nnd sulphate
magnesia. Tho waters act directly
upon tho mucous centos of tho
stomach nnd alimentary canals
they are poworfully alterative
and tonic. Thoy aro soothing to
inflamed or irritated Surfaces.
They react upon tho blood, chung
ingm it from acid to alkaline.
In indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach and gastralgia, suppplemcntcd
with a proper diet thoy are a cer
tain cure. Tho action upon the
kidneys is marked. Tho sodium,
potash, soda and lithia aro tho best
solvents of uric acid, all calculi of
an acid character, whether bileary
or ciptic aro steadily dissolved, I
am confident that tho profession
will And it very useful in eases
where this class of water Is re
J. Q. Wilbur.) m. d.
Anderson, S. C, Pel). 24, '91.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I return
bottle* to be filled with your Lithia
Wator. Have used one crate and
feel much improved.
Mus. E, B. You no.
LAX/RENS, S. C, April 20, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I have
been a sufferer for some time from
an affection of the kidneys. I tried
a number of remedies without any
relief. Some times tho pain in my
back was so sevoro that I had to
have help to get up when sitting
down. Somo of my friends asked
ine to try your mineral wator, 1
did so, and tho result was most
gratifying. I felt relief after tho
first day. Afler using it a week I
was entirely well. It has been some
six weeks since I first used if, and
my general health is greatly Im
proved. Too much cannot be said
in its praise. It is undoubtedly the
best water that I know of,
D. M. PATTON
Cross Hill,S. C, Feb'y 1, '91.
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 the erruptlon. She was dis
couraged and finally stopped all
medicines and began drinking your
Lithia Water. In two weeks tho
disease was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
use and siuco that time she has
not been troubled at all.
John W. Turner.
MountviijLE, S. C, Jan. 20. '?'J,
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter beenmo
afflicted with a cancer of tho noso,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians finally told
mo they could do nothing further.
She had no appetite nnd was ro
ducetl to a moro shadow. I conclu
ded to try your Lithia Water and
to my surprise in a short timo she
began to linprovo In health and tho
cancer ceased to spread. Sho Is
now using your excellent water
constantly and Is improving nil
the time. Respectfully,
?. L. Watts.
La r it r. nm, S. O., Mar. 15. '91
MR- J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?For somo
time I suffered intensely with
gravel affection. I tried evory
remedy that was obtainable, but
without any relief. Had given up
hopes almost of being cured. Somo
one recommended tho Harris
Lithia Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
one oase of the water I passed flvo
or six gravels. I can not say too
much in )ts praise.
Kfl W, D, BaRKSDAM:,
Hall's Hair Renewer contains
the natural food for| keeping the
'?A Drink Fit for Ye Gods/
Lovers of a fruit juice beverage
find a' pure, wholesome and delight
fully refreshing drink in The Spec
ialty Co's Apple and Poach Cider
Grape and Florida Orange Juice,
Raspberry and Pineapple Julep.
Bo sure that you ask for The Spe
ciality Co's Goods. The Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and 29 Will
iamson St.; Office, 107 Bay St.,Sa
Dr W. H. Ball,
Office Over National Bank, Laurons
Offlco days Monday and Tuosday.
A Household Remedy
* FOR ALL
Botanic Blood Balm
UCttroc SCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
gJglSS KHEUM. ECZEMA, every
form of mallrjncnt SKIN ERUPTION, be
sides being efficacious In toMng up the
system and restoring (he constitution,
when Impaired (rom any cause, lit
almost supernatural healing properties
justify us in guaranteeing a cure, II
directions are followed.
QCNT CDCC 1IX?8TRATED
OKU I rnr.lX "Beek or Wondcra."
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlania, Ga.
State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
city OV LAURENS,
WHEREAS, a petition has been
presented to and tiled with us,
signed by a majority of tho owners
of real estate, situate..WJihin the
incorporate limits ot tho city of
Lau rolls', tin? signers also repre
senting ono-hnit of tho real estate
in valuo; said petition asking that
the question of voting ton thou
sand dollars of bonds ot the said
city, ono half to run live, and the
remainder ten years, to pay the
indebtedness of said city and im
prove the streets thereof. Now
therefore in obedience to the pro
vision Of the charter of said city an
election is hereby ordered to be
held in the city of Laurens on
Thursday, 28th day of May, 1891,
to determine whether or not it is
tho desire of a majority of tho
qualified voters of said eity that
the said sum of money bo borrowed
in tho manner and form herein
mentioned. Said election shall bo
held in the City Council chamber;
polls to open at 9 o'clock A. M. and
close at 5 o'clock P. M. Tboso fa
voring the issuing of bonds shall
vote n ballot with the word
"Bonds" written or printed upon
It, and those opposed to issuing tho
samo, a ballot with the words "No
Bonds" written or printed upon it.
P. A. Simpson, A, W. Bramlott,
T, F. Bay, are hereby appointed to
manage ami conduct said election.
Books of registration will be open
at the olllco of the City Clerk from
9 A. M. uhtil 1 P. M. of each day
and romain open for tho registra
tion of voters until 12 o'clock M.
on tho 18th day of May prox. Done
and ratified by the City Council and
the seal of tho same hereto affixed,
this 30th day of April 1891.
N. B. DIAL,
L. G. BALLE, [lt. S.l Mayok,
Clerk of L. S. FULLER,
City Council, lt. II. Huikjexs,
K. M. Caine,
W. II. Gahuett,
.1. J. Roland,
J. B. Coopeu,
Ol DER 7
OF ANY KIND.
I ET SO, be suro that your
? ? dealor furnishes you with
Goods the quality of which can
not bo surpassed. This can
only be done by buying The
APPLE and PEACH CIDER,
GRAPE and FLORIDA ORANGE 1UICE,
RASPBERRY and PINEAPPLE IULEP,
Tho most pure, wholesome and
delightfully refreshing fruit
beverages to be had In tho
oountry. Paokages of theso
goods aro always in perfect
oondltion and are guaranteed
so to be by
THE SPECIALTY CO.
Cider Mill*, O?lM,
28 A 20 Williamson Stfiijl, 107 Day Street
8trono POINTS OF THE
Union Central Life Insurance Co.
It ItftH tho lowest death rato. It reali
zes tho highest inloroHt rnto on its in
vcHtniontH. It pays largost dividends to
policy holdorH, and Ims mndo tho most
rapid progrOSS or any company In tho
l Mihi Htatos. It Ihhuoh ondowmont in
surance at lifo ratos. It inakonltH pollcloH
Incontestable and non-forfoltnhlo. It
contlnuoH policies in forco, without aur
rondor, hv the application or tho ontiro
roMOrvo thereon. It does not own a dol
lar In flue tuutlnRRtookHor honds. It Im
(lONOH no roHtrlotlona on rosldenoe or
ravol, and pays losses promptly.
M. L. Bon ham, Stato Ag't.
8. F. Garlinoton, Agent, LanrouB.
Better Than Any Bank
Mutaal Life Ins. Ge
OF NfiW YORK.
Total Aasets now #147,154.001 30.
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 Life 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 (182,01310
1889) of carefully selected lives
insured in any company on the re
serve fund system.
2nd. The Mutual Life has the
largest' reserve fund of any insur
ance company in the world?being
now over $147,000,000.
3rd. During the forty-seven
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 have
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 ten mil
lions of dollars, or exactly $9,981,
6th. The Mutual Life has al
ready paid to and accumulated for
>ts 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 the disturbing elements
that undermine and overthrow the
best laid plans and methods of men
acting in their individual capacity.
REMEMBER THE COMPANY.
Jjfr&tutl lite lm> Cte%
OF NEW YORK.
Ed. L. Gehn and, Columbia, S. C.
M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S. C.
WINTER & JAMIESON.
IN LAURENS AND UP COUNTY.
If you will null and see thoir Stock nnd
Prices you will bo convinced thoy
can save you monoy.
L. AUKENS, S. C.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukens?Puo
batb Court. ?
Whereas, Eugenia E. Lea man
hasapplied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Hugh
Lcaman, deceased?? J
These aro therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my office at Laurens C. II., on the
5 th day of May 1891, at 10
o'clock, A. M., to show cause i
any they can, why letters should
not be granted.
Given under my hand nnd seal,
this 30th day of March, 1891.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Apr. 20, 91. 2t j. v. hi c.
Snuf Hill? furtunetharehttn MMUM
work for u., t.v Aim* Pefe, Ati.tln
Tf 1?., and .In... Horm, Toledo, Ohliv
Hre cut. Olh.fl art di.lnirae wait Why
r l v.iu? Horn* earn ovrr *?00.M? .??
i.iiith. Yah ran do Ilia tvoih and lr*n
? hum*, wheVerrr y.m are. K?.? ha
rtnnera are eeally earning from $& to
MOa.I.v. All ?g. ? We.how you how
and etat! you. Can work In (tiara lima
or ?II ihr lima. Blar monty for work
.11. Failure unknown amoar them.
NSW and wonderful, rarllcul.r. free.
Il.ll.niott.V Co.,llox HHO I'orUntirl,Mhlii*
for Pitchers Cwtorla.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL THAT
It pays to be polite,
It pays to fce honest.
It pays to trade at
DAVIS, ROSIER, <?& CO'S
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, Ties, Dudes Bows, Dandy Bows, PutTs, Umbrellas, Sus
penders, Braces, Ladies', Gents'and Children's Shoes, Nobby Hats and everything to be found in a first class
GHLNTS' BURNISHING STORE '
At lowest prices. We never had occasion to misrepresent our goods. When we can't sell thei
without doing so we'll go out out of business.
FAMOUS CLOTHING, HAT AND SHOE STORE.
We Still Hold the Fort!
NOT GOVERNED BY THE PRICES OF OTHERS BUT MAKING THEM WITH
EVERY FLUNCTATION TO SUIT THE DULL TIMES.
S^oes, Slioes, Slioes,
MENS' Congress and Ball from $1.25 to $3.25.
LADIES' fine dongola kid at .$1.25, $1.65 to $2.43.
LADIES' nice dongola button shoes a big job at 9Scts. worth $1.50.
MENS' Congress at $198 is a great bargain and you should sec them before buying.
It will pay you to sec our shoes and 'jet prices before buying elsewhere. We can save you 25 per cent.
-WE HAVE ALSO A FULL LINE OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CROCKERY,
Glassware. Hats, Etc. at, omt, tlaroat, prices
New York IRstoket Store.
H. TERRY, & CO.PR0PRIET0RS.
With tho opening of tho spring
term, I have added tho military
feature and a thorough course in
Book-keeping to my already full
curriculum, which includes Lathi,
Greek, German, French, Culistho
nie*' and music. Cant A. N. Brun
son, of Orangeburg city, who grad
uated as Oapt of his company and
as valedictorian of his class, at
tho South Carolina military Acad
emy, will have charge of this de
Prof Bruuson comes highly ro
eommendod; hois recently from
Vanderbilt University, and has
had experience, his testimonial
showing him to bo a young man of
marked ability, competent to fill
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 IHK, PENS, PENCILS,
Books, Standard Books,
ABC Books and Juveniles,
Magazines and Novels.
S\ibscriptions taken for newspapers
.S. S. S., B. B. B., P. P. P.
Soaps and Fresh Garden Seeds,
All Sold at
WTLKES' BOOK AND DRUG
tflnall K*?iijrKill?lnleili| iit|KT?onof elthe*
IUI liter, wild Ml rrji.l pi* l wilii .?.. '. >w?j,
uaflcr lii.iiiictlon.uill work linlu.liloii.ly,
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tb.ilt.ulk nor. n.|.l..ym. ,'i.i.t wl.lrli yi.itra.il r.nu mm niiiflUJU
nomonef for in.il..?.' -inleaotii.vr e:??llv .nil .|ii:< M/
le.ni.Hl. 14 til re linl ..no iv.,rk<r Ii.hii e?<h ill.irlri of county. 7
h??e a'r.aiir ? tauOit "Mil , ? ? v ..1..i with enipl".' mi in ? i.ik*
number nl'i. >?r.- Mi.iMAir over #a<XHI a je?re?.l, Ii '? M:\V
? ml N< H,h V- I "I' I "'?" KB. Addr... ?t one.,
E. *\ AUI-tl?. ilvx 4?0, Aiiaiiato, MMlno.
ChltdranJjCry for Pitcher's jCastorla.
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 Jill 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. G. FLEMING & CO.
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. ^
iiOJLJLANI) & FOWLER,.
Lam ens,S. C. Nov. 13, 1890. ?
Young Wives !
Who are for the first time to tin
fi .?,<> woman'8 severest trial we offer
a r.medy whioli if used as directed for
n fow weeks before confinement, robs
? of it* Pain, Horror and Risk to Life
of both mother and child, as thou*
t-aiuls who have used it testify.
A BlosBinK to Expoctant Mothers.
MOTHER'S Fiuknd I? worth its weight
in gold. My wife suffered more In ton min
utes with either of hor first two children
than she <lld altogether with her Inst, hAV*
iiiK previously tuod four bottles of Moth
er's Pribso. it u a blessing to mothers.
Cnrml. III., Jan., 1800, O. V. Iadc.kwood.
,>ont by express, oharges prepaid, on re
ceipt of price. W.p0per bottle. s.?i<i by nil
druggists. Hook to Mother* mailed free.
Ukadfiki.U Rboulator Co.. All u.i i Ua.
PARTIES holding bonds gi\cn
III' aid of (Jreenvillo ?fc Laurens
Railroad which matured on Dec
ember 1st, 1h!)0, will present the
same at IVoplo'h Sonn <fc Exchange
Bank, Laurens, S.O., for payment,
Chm'n ?, Ot c.
M. Iy. B?LTa
April !), 1891
^r**' ???^ l.n<ll(h,otc.,aro%TAr
rnntod, mid ki> HtnmixMl <ni bottom. AadfMl
W. fi. imm (;i,.\s, Jirocktou, Alan?. Boldt?
j. F.%AirriN & 00" Lanrons.
I All persons holding demands
against tho estate of Elizabeth
Strain, deceased, are notified to
present and establish them in duo
form of law before ine at Laurens
Court House South Carolina on
Tuesday the 12th of May 1801 at 10
o'clock A. M.
IS. S. IIA KI?W,
April 6th 1891 Special Iteferee. ^1