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W. W. BALL, EDITOR.
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W. W. BALL,
Laubens, s. a, May 20th, isw.
A dry toast: the Georgia cracker.
The gout has the statesman from
Maine. We congratulate the gout.
Where Is the Itata? Echo an*
Everybody is at sea?with the
A mad governor is the cause of
tho Asylum ttouble.
They do "things up Brown" In
Wo wonder if lunatics In the
asylum will cry "No Popery I"
Tillmanity and insanity knocked
Grifflnlty Into nonentity.
A noat and newsy paper is tho
Columbia Register in its now
Harrison in the halls of the
White House whistles, "Home,
The latest report is that Blatno's
mind is weakening. If true, look
OUt for a political a vala no lie.
An improper fraction In- the
South,?the -V party. Two's compa
ny, three's none; let Pfeffer scoot!
The two political factions con
tending In Charleston might re
tort, "Tis you I"?(tissue.)
In Kentucky It is John Young
B.; in South Carolina it it is Young
How thoughtless in the Augusta
Chronicle not to have given the
? Presidont a chance at one of its
six summer trips!
Powderly wants his jaw stopped.
Already the South "recognizes the
?nigger'as a man," but never at all
without a mule.
The Columbia Record Is printed
with new type on a new press.
Good reading are tho editorials of
the Record, "sassy" though they
A Greek named Jack met a girl
on the streets of Atlanta and for
cibly hissed her. Next comes a
lawsuit. Verily an Athenian
"smack" followed by a "tug" of
v The people will sustain the
Board of Health in their unpleas
ant duty; which is to put their
noses into everybody'* business.
Let the Board pry Into all the
backyards. "An ounce of preven
The Advertiser publishes res
olutions of Centervllle Alliance,
whose tenor it entirely and em
phatically disapproves. But,?
tho columns of The Advhrtiser
are always open to the accomoda
tlon of its friends, whatever the
shades of their political dpinions.
The Augusta Chronicle says,
"Tho Southern leaders were not at
Who are they anyway ?
Jno. B. is In the wire grass region
of his native State, burrowing with
the original inhabitant; the inev
itable Tarheeler after, "getting
there" is off for the continent; and
Hampton goes a fishing.
The Governor refuses to ride in
tho Sub-treasury boat and Stokes
steers it from him. What are you
going to do about It, brother?
The policy of tho office holders,
at least is settled. They wont In
clinging to Tlllman's coat tails.
Thoy are aware that ^lllman has
an axe and will decay.*, te any
who disagree with him, They must
hold their grip or hit the grit. The
sub-treasury will find little favor
In their eves.
The Davis Monument,
Never was the death of a great
? man felt more keenly as a personal
bereavement by all his country
men than was that of Jefferson
Davis. Respected for his virtues,
admirod for his actions, loved as
tho chosen loader, Mr. Davis sank
to his grave adored as the martyr
against whom tho concentrated
malice of a conquering foe had
A committee of the Southorn
Pres:; Association bus appointed
tho i8th of Juno as a day when an
effort Is to be mnde all over the
South to raise funds to build a
monument to his memory. In
every neighborhood, town, and city
It should bo observed. Evory home
beneath the Southorn sky should
gladly pay its tribute to the lost
Southern cause, for, as a people we
must preserve the respect of na
tions by loyally honoring the mem
ories of the Confederacy. Hardly
is there a Southern man who has
not been stung by the Indignities
offered Davis In his lile; now that
ho is dead will there be found one
who will fail to do him reverence?
Tbo duty of giving must not be
' forgotten in Laurons.
lit:I tho survivors and tho ladles
und all who cherish affection for
thy noble Davis see to it that the
j^ft'oring from our county. \a free
To Create a Vacancy.
A committee was appointed to
Investigate the affaire of the Asy
lum . I( reported mismanagement
on the part of Superintendent Grif
fin. The charge was based on evi
dence obtained from discharged
employees and others that one
male patient had had in bis pos
session a key which admitted to
certain female wards and that the
Superintendent whs not in the
habit of paying dally visits to cer
tain other wards. Dr. Orlffln was
not at this examination In person or
by proxy, nor was he allowed tho
opportunity, then, to make a de
The Asylum is a great institution
containing some eight hundred in
mates and Dr. GriiBn has been at
Its head for years; yot the sins of
omission and commission for
which he Is prosecuted ar j these
After the committee had taken
testimony for the administration
and practically rendered a verdict
of guilty, then Dr. Griffln was in
vited to present, his side of the
case, his grounds for begging exe
cutive clemency of a chief magis
trate whoso eyes were confessedly
wandering in search of some devo
tee to place in his shoes. Dr.
Griffin declined and was asked to
resign. He refused and was? re
It is not worth while to criticise
Gnv. Tillman. He is a privileged
character; is above suspicion and
whether hobnobbing with negro
politicians, giving the lie to judges
on tho bench, or swallowing the
insults ho has himself offered,
"whatever ho does will sure be
right" and awako the applause of
Let the people pass their own
judgment upon this removal of
Dr. Griffln, but In so doing let
thorn remember its parallel here
In our own county. Was not Col.
Wash Watls, a democrat of demo
crats In bono and sinew, faithful
honest, true and tried, shoved
from the offlco of Supervisor of
Registration without warning,
rhyme, or reason ? A nd why ?
Because there was a Tiilmanito
to be provided for.
Wanted: A College President.
After a useful and, in the main,
successful administration of eight
years, Dr. McBrydo leaves the
chair of prosident of the S. C. Col
lege, carrying with him the respect
of those with whom he has been
associated in the various relations
of academic life.
How shall his place be filled?
First, by a man of character?
not merely the character of the
model gentleman, with Its weak
nesses concealed by the adorn
ments of drawing room culture,
nor yet the character whose integ
rity brings honorable success in
business life; but a character ro
bust in honest strength to influ
ence and mould the lives of young
men; upon which they may graft
themselves and grow In moral vi
tality; and whose walk in life will
open a path which they will un
Second, a man with a mind,?not
a man of attainments merely, how
ever rare in their nature or wide
in range they bo; but a man of
mental powers that will give a
tone of intellectuality to tho insti
tution; and that will draw to it
bright minds seeking an inspiration
and a guide.
A man whom young men will
love and respect and in so doing
must themselves riso to a higher
plane, Is wanted.
Let thorough seurch bo mado
for him throughout tho length and
breadth of the land,
Honor to Whom Honor is One.
The Woman's Memorial Fund
association, of New York, has de
cided that the typical woman phil
anthropist of this country is Mrs.
Mary Hamilton Schuyler, of New
York, of course. She is tho
founder of the first school of design
for women In the United States,
and it is claimed by the association
that sho was the organizer of tin*
Mount Vernon assoeiotlon. Ar
rangements have hern made with
Sculptor Hartley for the execution
of" a statue in her .honor to cost $16,
000, and beexhtblted at the World's
Fair In Chicago. Mrx. Schuylor
was a descendant of Alexander
Hamilton, and died nbnit ten
We havo no desire that her
memory shall not lo honored, and
from all we know of her career, sho
is very deserving of a high place
in tho nffoctions of her country
women. Hut, while honoring Mrs.
Schuyler, wo should not attribute
to her a distinction which she did
Tho credit of organizing tho
Mount Vernon association belongs
to n South Carolina woman?Miss
Ann Pamela Cunningham?and, if
any monument is to be erected in
recognition of this service,itsh uild
be erected to Miss Cunnlngh. m,
and not to Mrs, Schuyler. Indet <?
it is true, as the records of tho as
sociation will show, that Miss Cun
ningham appointed Miss Mary
Hamilton, who afterward becaino
Mrs Schuyler, as vice regent for
Now York of the Mount Vernon
association, thus empowering her
to organize that State. But to Miss
Cunningham belongs the distinc
tion of having boon the organizer
and the first regent of the Mount
Vernon association. Monuments
too often contain inscriptions
which falsify history. Let the
statue which is to be built to Mrs.
Schuyler contain no record which
is not true.?Newa A Courier. '
There is no question but that the
third party Ctncinnatt convention
was a howling success.
I HighAt of all in LeaTening Power.?U. S. Gov*t Report, Aug. "tftgOS^
Premonitory Symptoms iu
On the same day that Gov. THl
man removed the Superintendent
of the Asylum, he stated that thoro
were a number of applicants for
the place. These parties must
have suspected that there would
be a' vacancy and are evidently as
crazy as bed bugs?for a Job.
A Sin of Omission.
The Greenville News gets after
the Columbia reporters for leaving
out three companies from the Cen
tennial military parado, and hints
at "Centennial liquids of a pecu
liarly flery quality." Not so,
Brother Williams. Tho only
liquid which Interfered with tho
scribes* work wa j tho water from
the clouds. It was too bad, though,
and tho Greenville Guards, the
Laurens Guards and Lancaster
company deserved mention, and
very favorable mention, too. "The
boys" will try to do better no
doubt next Centennial.?Columbia
Hood's Sarsaparilla has the lar
gest sale of any medicine before tho
public. Any honest druggist will
confirm this statement.
A bank is to bo started in Green
wood with D. A, P. Jordan as
"AH my reports go with the
modest truth. No more nor clip
ped, but so." Bradycrotlne always
cures all headaches at all times.
Tue importance ot purifying tho blood can
not be overestimated, for w ithout puro blood
you cannot enjoy good hcnltli.
At this season nearly every ono needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, aud enrich
tho blood, and wo ask you to try Hood's
nAr| iji^t- Sarsnparilla. It strengthens
I CCllllcll and builds up tho system,
creates an appotito, and tones tho digestion,
Tvhlle it eradicates disease Tho peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of tho vegetable remedies used glvo to
Hood's Barsnparllla rccui- -p_ l-recdf
lor curative powers. No ? " llovll
other medicine has ouch a record of wonderful
cures. If you have made up your mind to
buy Hoed'a Oarsaparllla do not bo induced to
tako any other instead. It is a Peculiar
Medicine, and is wcrthy your confidence.
Hood's 8"r*apf,rU!a is sold Ly nil druggists.
Pre; arcd Ly 0.1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar
Of Settlement And Fi.nl Dis
Take notice that or. the 27th day
of June next I will lender a final ac
count of my acts and doings as AcU
ministrator of the estate of Jessie J.
Ray, deceased, in the office of Judge
of Pi obate for Laurens county, at
10 o'clock A.M., and on the same
day will apply for a final discharge
from the duties and liabilities of
All persons having demands
against said estate will present
them on or before that day proper
ly authenticated or be forever
barred. JNO. R. GILLAM,
May 25 4t Administrator.
State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
CITY OV LAUBBK8.
Whereas, a petition has been
presented to and filed with us,
signed by a majority of the owners
of real estate, situate within the
Incorporate limits of the city of
Laurens, tho signers also repre
senting one-halt of tho real estate
in value; said petition asking that
the question of voting ton thou
sand dollars of bpiids of the said
city, one half to run five, nnri tho
remainder-ten years, to pay tho
indebtedness of said city and im
prove the streets thoreof. Now
therofore in obedienco to tho pro
vision of tho charter of said city an
election is hereby ordered to bo
hold in the city of Laurens on
Thursday, 28th day of May, 1891,
to determine whether or not It Is
the desire of a majority of tho
qualified voters of said eity that
the said sum of money be borrowed
in the manner and lorm herein
mentioned. Said oloction shall bo
held in the City Council chamber;
polls to opon at 9 o'clock A. M. and
close at 6 o'clock P. M. Thoso fa
voring the Issuing of bonds shall
vote a ballot with tho word
"Bonds" written or printed upon
it, and those opposed to issuing the.
same, a ballot with the words "No
Bonds" wrltton or printed upon it.
P.. A, Simpson, A, W. Hramlett,
T.,F. Ray, are heroby appointed to
manage ami conduct said election.
Hooks of registration will be opon
at the office of the City Clerk from
9 A. M. until 4 P. M. of each day
and remain open for the registra
tion of voters until 12 o'clock M.
on the 18th day of May prox. Dono
and ratified by tho City Council and
the seal of tho sumo hereto affixed,
this 80th day of April 1891.
N. B. DIAL,
Li. G. Bam,k, [L. S.l Mayor,
Clork of L. S. Fuiji.rr,
City Council. It. 11. lie dgens,
e. M. Cain v.,
W. H. GaukkTT,
J. J. Roland,
J. R. CooiM.k.
WiiKitKas, some of the newspa
pers of this State have unjustly
criticised, abused and misrepre
sented our State lecturer, the Hon.
W. J. Talbert, therefore be it
Resolved, That the Centervllio
Alliance, No. 619 endorso and sus
tain our Stute lecturer in the light
ho is making in our behalf and
that we assuro him that wo regard
tho position taken by him in his
recent lectures strictly in accord
with Alliance principles.
Resolved, That this preamblo and
resolution bo sunt to tho Cotton
Plant and county papors for pub
lication. B. Y. CuijUkhtson,
Secretary pro tern.
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Waterloo, S. O. Apr. 10, '91
MR. J. T. HARRIS, ?
Dear Sir:?My en
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the thirty-oight (88) years of
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In indigestion, catarrh of stom
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Anderson, S. C, Feb. 21, ?91,
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
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Mrs. E^ E. Young.
Laurens, S. (j., April 20, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I have
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Cross Hili.,8. C, Feb'y 1, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?For seve
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MR. J. T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter became
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MR. J. T. HARRIS,
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STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurens?Pro
Whereas, N. E. Byrd has ap
plied to mc for Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of J. D. Byrd,
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before mc at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my office at Laurens C. H., on the
5th day of June 1891, at 10
o'clock, A. M., to show cause if
any they can, why letters should
not be granted^
Given under my hand and seal,
this 30th day of March, 1-891.
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May 19, 91. at j. p. l. c.
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Soap LVog cabin,. $2.35 per box
Maokorol,..05ota. por kit
butter,. 15 (fib 20 per lb
Ekraa,.12 (T$ 15 por doz
Ublokenfl,. 15 dtt 20 cts
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vi" nun IIii-t Tbnuuait Italian *
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Children^ Cry for Pitcher's^Castorla,
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Beoomo afflicted ' and remain so,
suffering untold miseries from a sense
of delieaey tliey oannot overcome.
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating an^arousing to healthy
action all her organs,
ACTS ASLJV SPECIFIC.
It causes he aim to bloom on tho
cheek, and joy to reign throughout
tho frame. It never fails to euro.
The Best Medlolne ever Made for Women.
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liudlm; i>liyxlo|ana throo yrora. without
benefit. Aftor using throobottloaof Rbad*
nni.D'8 FkuaIjB Rbqulatok alio can do
nr.u OWN cooking, IttT.kino AND washing."
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