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W. W. BALL,
tiAUKENS, 8. Cv July 28, 1891.
To bo ft democrat Is a thing of
duty and c joy forever.
Wo aro opposed to hard money,
that is, hard to get.
What Is the terminus of the
"non-partisan way ?"
If, indcod, Mr. BInino is sick, ho
is respectfully referred to the ad
vertising columns of this paper.
It is n serious question whcthor
the third party will turn out to bo
n faction or a fraction.
The farmers hud better bowaro
lest ofllco seekers use tho Alliance
as a crust for their private pie.
Tho democrats say that Camp
bell is coming "to anything but
As an allitonlivo and palatable
ticket for tho Republican party,
wo suggest Rood and Rusk or Tom
Probably tho finest barbecue at
traction that could bo contrived
this summor would be a Bub-treas
ury debato between Senator Irby
and Senator Butler.
If tho third party should elect
tho president noxt year, who would
bo appointed postmaster for Lau
rons? There is mighty little lood
for thought in this question.
The presentment of tho grand
jury does not discloso a hopeless
condition of things but certainly
does indicate that there is room for
improvement which wo trust will
soon result from the shaking up.
A copy of the Greenville News
of Sunday last will bo pluced in
tho corner stone of Clemson. This
is but just, the ISews having been
among tho first and fastest frleuds
of tho Clemson accident.
Tho debate before tho Stnto Al
liance ntSpnrtnnburg between Col.
Terrell and Gov. Tlllman took
place on Friday last, according to
program. Col. Terrell, standing
on tho Ocalaplatform, had it nil his
own way, Gov. Tlllman being
driven to his corner, and making,
as wo uudorstand it, a first class
old fashioned democratic argu
ment. Gov. Tillman lias sown the
w inds and is harvesting a cyclone.
Tho Seventh Circuit has a solic
itor, who always shows great abil
ity in tho performance of duties
as a prosecuting officer and it tukes
an nblo lawyer to successfully cope
with him. Observing this in
A??ter4$\lo*A NVith the fact \hat in a
population liko ours many accused
persons are too poor to employ a
lawyer at all, wo are forcod to con
cludo that there should bo a public
defendor to represent indigent pris
oners who is qualified to give thdm
duo protection in tho administra
tion of tho law.
Tho Trustees of Clemson will not
have their faces graven on its cor
ner stone. Only their luminous
photos will be deposited in tho tin
box of souvenirs and the News and
Courior was wonderfully and fear
fully misinformed. That tho gen
'tlemen want their likenesses
among the relics is a "trifle light
as air," too small to stir up the
most rnntankcrou3 critic, and, if
in tho far away, the hollow stone
should givo up its contents, the
pictures will, apt as not, bo taken
tit comic valentines?of the time of
The grand jurors from time to
timo present that Trial Justices do
not bring up their books for
inspection. This is not the law
and Trial justices aro not required
t> hand over thoir books to the
grand Jury. The General Statutes,
Sec. 852, requires that solicitors in
spect tho books of theyo officer*.
The solicitor should appoint a day
for this business, examino the
books and instruct theso officers.
Tho solicitor is competent and in
this way Justlco would bo expe
dited and economy conserved. It
there is anything wrong suspected,
tho grand jury should call it to the
attention of tho solicitor, who, no
doubt, will move when it is neces
Tho corner stono of Clemson Col
logo with Masonic Ritual will be
Jaid to-dny. Briefly, pointedly and
as sharply as wo can put it down,
wo bespeak a glorious future for
this Institution. South Carolina
has in her groat past gloried in her
ngrlculturo and must bo for a long
whilo pre-eminently nn agricul
tural community. Let her sons
who must for years to come accom
plish this progress and their happi
ness through thin great avocation
enjoy nil tho aid that can come
from the appliances of science and
tho highest culture. . Tho State Is
generous and ublo and with no par
simonious hand must sustain this
her youngest and wo trust ono of
her fairest daughters.
1 Paraciticide" cures itch in 80
, minutes Price GOctf. Sold by Dr.
B. P, Posey, Laurens, 8. C.
The Tiinc? in Teinw c.
The troubles among tho miners
of East Tennessee grow out of the
system of leasing convicts in vogue
In that State. The miners dislike
to be placed in competition with
convict labor and from the present
outlook they are resolved not to
submit to It In peace.
80 long as they conduct them
selves with reasonable moderation
and yet refuse to yield an inch of
the bold ground they have taken,
tho Advkivtisek sympathizes with
them and wishes that It were able
to afford them substantial encour
The miners have "under holt" on
the only principle involved and it
is one worth a long and tight grip.
Tho State Is tho owner ol a defi
nite amount of convict labor. It
puts it on the market at a lowor
price than free labor commands. |
The State is able to do so only be
cause it is a powerful corporation,
j can get along on small profits and
does qot pretond that money mak
ing is its legitimate end. But when
tho State becomes a hirer it bo
comes a speculator; and by reduc
ing tho miner's wages, Intel feres
directly with his private rights.
When citizens tiro punished for
crime, it is to preserve the public
pence, the Stuto's majesty and dig
nity, and it is not of the genius of
imprisonment as a form of punish
ment that it should be subverted
to a system of remunerative
* In order to secure tho rights of
all the people, some must be de
prived of liberty and it devolves
upon ail to contribute to the sup
port of thoso who become examples.
But when tho State puts convicts
to work accumulating money, crip
pling the earning power of n spec
ial class of citizens, it simply im
poses an indirect tax upon such
class for their support.
The Stato's ability to furnish la
bor to employers at rates unnatu
rally low is an incident of Its state
hood?an individual could not do
It will be said that the miners
should observe the law and seek
redress through the usual channels,
but It must bo remembered that in
Tonnesseo they nro in a desperate
minority. . It is only by twitching
the public car that they hope to
got the public attention. Nor is it
for them "the applause of listening
Senates to command" by silver
tongucd oratory, and the eloquence
of in-1 ion is their last resort.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of tho country than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local dls
easo and prescribed local remedies
and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable, Science has proven
Catarrh to bo a constitutional dis
ease, and therefore requires consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Che
ney <fc Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on tho market.
It is taken i?,vtcrnally in doses
from 10 dA'&ps to d teaspoonful. It
acts dir/octly upon (lie blood and
TmicQ?s surfaces of the system.
They iofTnr one hundred 7toB*Iflfor
any chso It falls to euro.^?Send for
circulars and testimonials. Ad
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
?0"8o](\ by Druggists, 7?c.
I.cmhoii from llio Hennery.
Mrs. Suburb?My! Sueli a time nsl
have hud today! Every now and then
tho hens would get into tho garden,
and the more I tried todrivo them out
tho nioro they wouldn't go, but Just
squawked nnd cackled and flutter
ed and went hither nnd yon in overy
imaginable direction but the right
one. No matter which way you try to
drivo a l>cn, she's bound to go somo
Mr. Suburb (thoughtfully)?I don't
beliovo roosters would act liko that.?
New York AVcokly.
Mr. A. B. Laforme,Boston,Mass.,
says: I ordered and distributed
one dozen largo bottles of Brndy
crotlne among my friends afflicted
with headache, and in every case
it has nfTordcd almost instantane
Terrible KfrVot of Kloqnonco.
An unfortunate man hns obtained
access to rich Duron Rnplneau. Ifo
doplcts his misfortunes, his misery In
so moving a manner that tlio baron,
with tears in his eyes, nnd his voice
choked with sobs, calls to his sorvant :
"Jenn, put this poor fellow out into
tho street?ho is broaklng my heart.1'?
It Is that impurity In tho blood, which, to
cumulating In tho glands of the nook, pro
duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which
causes painful running sore* on the an.is,
legs, or feet; which developes ulcers in tho
eyes, oars, or nose, often causing blindness or
deafness; which is the origin of pimples, can
cerous growths, or tho many other manifesta
tions usually ascribed to "humors;" which,
fastening upon tho lungs, causes consumption
and death. Being tho most ancient, It Is tho
roost general of all diseases or affections, for
very few persons are entirely free from it.
It Be CURED
By taking Hood's BarsaparllU, which, by
tin remarkable cures it has accomplished,
often when other medicine* have failed, has
proven Itself to bo a potenf and peculiar
medicine for this disease. Bomo of these
euros aro really wonderful. If you suffer from
scrofula, be sure to try Hood's SarsaparlUt.
" Hy daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof
ulous sore neck from tho time she was 23 months
ojd nil she became six years of age. Lumps
formed In her neck, and one of them after
growing to the sizo of a pigeon's egg, beenme
a running sore for over three years. We gave
bor Rood's Barsapa/IMa, when tho lamp and
all indications of scrofula entirely dis
appeared, and now she seems to he a hoalth/
child." J. B. CARLir.it, Naurlght, N.J. ,
K. B. Be ?uro to get only
BoldbyaUdrufgitU. 011 ?Utfort?. Prepared ?air
by 0.1. HOOI/ A CO., Apothecaries, LoweU, Hast,
IPO Doves One Dollar
Highest of ?11 in livening Power.?TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug.;*J}*?2?
THE LADY AND THE MIRROR.
Perplexity of a Tired Shopper While Try
ing tu Dorigo Ucr IteQcctlon.
Many Jokes?good, bad and Indiffer
ent?have been poked at tho ladies for
their devotion to shopping. Somo one
once said that a woman has been known
to forget her own namo whilo engaged
in the fasciunting pastime, and the
statement bos found many believors,
always, of course, nuiong tho sterner
sex. Whether nil the ladies aro ocpially
oblivious to everything Is by no means
certain, but a happening in n largo
down town storo may bo taken,as hav
ing uotno bearing on the subject.
The store, which Is ono of thetflncst
la tho eity, has a largo mirror com
pletely covering tho rear wall, serving
tho double purposo of ornamentation
and protection by enabling tho floor
wulkcrs to watch tho ever moving
crowds. The lady had boon examining
and pricing fabrics until hor brain was
in a whirl, moving from ono counter to
another, and nil tho whilo gradually
approaching the rear of tho store. At
the last counter, after/wooing everything
that was to bo soon, she heaved ft sigh
of regret and bethought herself of
And just hero tho fun occurred. Her
mind was busy with tho problem of
whether shrimp pink or pea green
would be n. match for her complexion
providing sho could purchaso either,
and sho was not aware of her proximity
to tho rear. Bather, sho had an idea
that sho was near tho front, and that
tho largo and magnificent mirror was
the door. Sho approached it, and
thinking sho saw somo ono coming
toward her stepped to ono sido. Her
reflection, of course, did tho saino. Sho
Btepped back. Ditto tho reflection.
Then she got angry.
"Excuse mo," sho said in tho elear,
cutting tones peculiar to her sex when
they wish to bo sarcastic, "aro you so
fond of dancing that you must indulgo
in it hero? If you let mo pass I'll bo
"Well," said tho now thoroughly
aroused woman, "I'm going out, so
you'd better stand nsido."
Suiting tho action to the word, sh
took ono?two?threo steps, and landed
up against tho mirror. A little scivam,
a blushing woman hurriedly going in
tho right direction this time, a general
titter from tho customers and clerks,
and the comedy was over.?Pittsburg
James VV, Lancaster, Hawkins
villo Ga., writes: My wife was in
bad health for eight years. Five
doctors and as many more different
patent medicines had don here no
good. Six bottles of B. Ii. D. has
I low Ho Lost IIIh Alum Mine.
Dick Gelutt, stogo proprietor of Doug
las county, Nevada, says: "Talking
about yarns that nro told to the tender
foot tourists, I used to have one story
when I drovo stage into Genoa. At
one poin* wo passed a high hill with a
bare wlnto spot that gloomed in (hosun
like a big pieco of tin. When tho pas
sengers asked aljo,ut It. JJeM 11 W?i ?his
l^axui^'^TmiTj" gentlemen, Is my alum
mine?all there is. left of a beautiful
prospect. Yon see, I struck the genuine
Boulder Hill led go and ran a forty foot
tunnel, when just before sundown wo
struck ft big body of alum. Wo quit
work then, but when v/o c.amo next
morning wo couldn't see a bit of mine
except that bare spot.'
M 'Why what became of it (" some fel
low always asked. 'Well,' I used to
reply, 'you seo there was a heavy rain
that night and the whole thing puck
ered up.' "?St. LouisGlobe Dv inoerot.
Seme of tho herbs In Hall's Hair
Bonower, that wonderful prepara
tion for restoring the color nnd
thickening tho growth of the hair,
grow plentifully in New England.
A Household llcmocfy
s on ALL \
Botanic Blood Mm ?
;U r,,.v?'- 0CR?F?L?, ULCERS, SALT K
i\ V?Ufti> RHEUM, ECZEMA, cvf.-y V
form of matlsr.ar.l ?K1N ERUPTION, Is
a sides beino efficacious In tonlitn up l!.c
system and ios!: tlr o I! o cr PsUtutic-n.
f when Impaired Irora any truce. Ms
S almost supernatural healing properties
V) justify us in guaranteeing a euro, II
^ directions aro followed.
) SENT FREE ?? UecK ol Wont'cra."
V? BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ca.
CORitr.CTKj) WEEKLY IJY
COOPER AND BUftNSIDE BROIHEHS
Klour, . 3.00 tou.r>0
Hams,. 12 els
Corn,.82;.,' @ W els
Coileo,. 18&:tir eta
Tobacco,.S5'<$ 75 per |r,
Molasses,.S0@ -10 por gal
Seed Oata,. CO to 75 els
flran,.1.50 per 100 lbs
Soap?Log cabin,. $2.J6pcr box
Mackorel,.U.?cIb. per kit
ilutter,. Iff (fb 20 por lb
fOifgM.12 <<$ 15 por do/.
Chltkons,. 16 20 ots
1 IVfi INHCKANCP..
Tho best policy Written by any Insur
ance Company Is tho Lifo Rate Kn
dowment Policy of tho Union (.'mitral
Lifo Insuranco Company of Ohio.
Do sure to examiun ii.
kam. k. GARLINGTON, Agent,
.inly 27 it b*on *s ? . c
?\A I>iink Fit for Yo OodH,"
Lovora of n fruit julco bevcmge
find a pure, wholesome aud delight
fully rofrerdilug drink in Tho Spec
ialty CVh Apple nnd Peach Cider
Grupo nnd Florida Orange Julep,
Bnspberry nnd Pineapple Juice,
lie euro that you nsk for Thcppe
clnllnty Co's Goods. Tho Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and ?8 Will
iamson St.; Oiilce, 107 Bay St.\Sa
If wo visit Egypt nnd oxouulnoahe
pyramids, temples und tombs on either
bank of tho river Nile, they will \bo
found to bo composed of minute petri
factions. Tho pyramids of CJhizeh, ip
posito to Cairo, are Composed of stones
formed entirely of tho remains of mujn
Ornithologists tell us that-when feed
ing tho stiido of tho ostrich is from 20
to 22 inches; when walking but net
footling, 20 inches, nnd when terrified
11 1-2 to 11 feet, or nt the ratoofubodt
twenty-flvo miles nn hour. i
Both llio method nnd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver nnd Bowels, cleanses the sys
tetn effectually, dispels eolde, hcad
acoes and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho tubtc and ac
ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
elects, prepared only from the most
healthy end agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to I all and have mndo it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for calo in 50c
and SI bottles by p'.l leading drug
gistB. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP ?Q.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KV. NEW \0RK. N *\
Better Than Any Bai
Mutual Life Insjto
OF NEW YOIUL
Total"As^rih nHw-/$l it,ir>i.o<a so.
No other divestment \j the
world is so absolutely safe, ff con.
sidcring the orotcction, md/c pro
fitable than a life or endowment
policy in The Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of New V>rk, for
the following reasons : /
ist. The contrcct is baed upon
a natural and univcisallypperating
law of mortality, backet by the
good faith and continue/ payments
of the largest number [ 182,013 *n
1SS9) of carefully seVcted lives
insured in any companion the re
serve fund system.
2nd. "The Mutual Lfe has the
largest reserve fund oil any iri'-ur
ancc company in the vwrld?being*
now over $1/17,000,000.)
3rd. During the -forty-seven
years of its business, its receipts
from interest alone lfiwe paid all
death claims and led a su rplus
therefrom of ?i 1,315,90169.
4th. Its interest receipts have
exceeded all cxpeivses of manage
ment by pic enormous sum of $55,1
5th. Its annual income in JS891
exceeding nil the requirements forj
laying death claims, matured en
dowments, annuities, surrender
tics, c&viilcnds to policy-holders
(1 expenses (in all amounting to
1,629,502.61) by nearly ten mil
l\us of dollars, or exactly $9,981,
5tll. The Mutual Life has nl
dy paid to and accumulated for
pwicy-holdcrs ovei $435,000,
wliich is double the transnc
t'fii of any other company in the
\To other financial system can
e such protection and security,
is so well guarded on every
against the Austin lung elements
thlt undermine aid overthrow the
bei laid plans ana methods of men
acmg in their individual capacity.
MEMBER Till COMPANY.
I OF NJ3VS\ \\)ItK.
Ei L. Gkunand, Coh\nbia, S. C.
M.(t. Simpson, Croh i?h, 3. c.
II A Uli IS LPTUIA SFKlrtGS.
Watkkloo, 8. C. Apr. 10, '91
Mit. J.T. HABBI8,
Dear 8m:?My en
gagements are Mich tliatlh&vo not
time to call the attention of medi
cal profession to the cases that
might ho collected from the mass
that have accumulated during
I ho thlrty-clght (38) years of
constant use of tho waters of youi
IdtIda Spring. Tho waters of
tho Llthia Spring are odorless and
colorless, free from snUnary taste,
rather palatable. Whon taken in
a considerable quantity they do
not nauseate, purge or produce
any feeling of discomfort. I find
from an analysis of thd'waters they
contain eloride sodium, carbonate
potash, carbcnato soda, carbonuto
llthia, carbonate iron and sulphate
magnesia. The waters act directly
upon tho mucous eoates of the
stomach and alimentary canals
they are powerfully alterative
and tonic. They aro soothing to
inflamed or irritated surfaces.
They react upon tho blood, ehang
ingm it from acid to alkaline.
In indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach and gastralgia, suppplcmented
witli a proper diet the}* arc a cer
tain euro. Tho action upon the
Kidneys is marked. Tho sodium,
pOtaSn, Soda ami iiiiiia uro the best
solvents ot uric acid, all calculi of
an acid character, whether bileary
or ciptic aro steadily dissolved, I
am conildent that the profession
will find it very useful in cases
whore tliIf class of water is re
quired. Itcspcct fully,
J. (J. Wilbur., M. D. ?
Anderson, 8. c, Fob. 24, ?91.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
DEAR Sih:?I return
bottles to bo filled with your Llthia
Water. Have used one crate and
feel much improved.
Mrs. E, B. You no.
lauren's, ?. U., April 20, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
. Dear Rib:?I have
been a sufferer for some timo from
an affection of the kidneys. I tried
a number of remedies without any
relief. 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
mo to try your mineral water, 1
did so, and tho result was most
gratifying. I felt, relief after the
first day. After using it a weck I
was entirely Well, It has been some
six weeks since I first used it, and
my general health is greatly im
proved. Too much cannot bo said
In its praise, it is undoubtedly the
best water that I know of,
D. M. I* AT TUN
Cross Him., 8.0., Feb'y l, '01.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
'Sear Sir:?For seve
ral years my wife has suffered from
erysipelas, every two weeks she
was confined to her bed and tried
ninny remedies, but nothing pre
vented tho erruptlon, She was dis
couraged and Anally stopped nil
medicines and began drinking your
Idthia Water. In two weeks tho
disease was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
use and since that timo slio has
not been troubled at all.
John w. Turner.
MOUNTVILTjE, S. c, Jau. 20. '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daugh' ?r became
Afflicted with a cancer ? f the nose,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians finally told
mo they Colt id ao nothing further.
Sho had no appetite and was re
duced to a mere shadow. I conclu
ded to try your Llthia Water and
to my surprise in a short time she
began to improve in health and the
cancer censed to spread. Sho is
now using your excellent water
constantly and is Improving nil
tho time. Respectfully,
(j. l. Watts.
lauren's, S.O., Mar. 15.'91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
dear Sir:?For some
timo I suffered intensely with
gravel affection. 1 tried every
remedy that was obtainable, but
without any relief. Had given up
hopes almost of being cured. Some
ono recommended tho Harris
Llthia Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
ono caso of the water I passed five
or six gravels. 1 can not say too
much in its praise.
Wi D. BArksdaIjE.
DRUG AND BOOK STORK
The WllkOfl Book and Drug
Store, established business, tho
only book store in the county, and
the host silo in town (under tho
Bendelln) Is offered for sale. Sale
to he made nn account of the death
of former proprietor. Address
MKS. 0. W. WILKJ3&
Opons .Sept. I7th, 1801. Ono of tho
most thorough and attractive schools for
l young Indies in tho South Con.xei va
lors Course in Music. Twonty-livo
[ loaohora and OillOOrs, .Situation bounti
ful. Olimate unsurpassed, pupils from
twenty States, Tormslow. Special in
ducements to poisons at a distance, for
t ho superior advantage of tliis celebrated
Virginia School, wiito for a Catalogue
to tfie President.
W. A. U A HUT 3, 1). D., Staunton, Va.
DrW. II. Ball,
Ofllec Over National Bank, Laurcns
Office day a Monday and Tuesday.
Tl. Y. SIMPSON. 0i I). DA HKSJ)a !.!?'..
SIMPSON & BAtTKSDALIC,
Attorneys at Law,
LAUftfSNH, B?UTII CAROLINA
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Shoes for Rich,
Shoes for Poor
In order to make 1001/ tor our mammoth slock of Fait ?ad Wintei shoes wc arc selling oifoui large and
COMPLETE NEW SPRING STOCK
of Shoes at greatl/reduced prices. Remember we'pay casn forjevcrv pair of shocsjthat comes in our stoic.
By this wc are cn/blcd to sell from
' IO t,o 3E3 D??r Cent ofcieetipor
than those who .buy on credit. Shoes worth ?5.00 now $3.00 ; Shoes worttilf^.oo now $2.50; Shoes worth
$2.50 now $19^; Shoes worth $1.90 now $1.50.
A word to our lady friends. Do not buy shoes for yourself or children until you have teen our line
Examine our/iobby ladies button shoe for %\.\% worth $1.60.
Just Received Big Lot of Unlaundried Shirts
lo dozen unlaundried shirts worth jjoctS now 3/Cts. IO dozen unlaundried shirts worth S5cts. now duets
" " *? '? 65cts " .jSct?. " ? " " ? $,.00 " 8acls!
The ahovc are the best shirts ui America for the price. Big lot dress shirts must be closed. Suspenders'
at half their value. Country merchants can secure some tare bargains by coming CfU'ly,
Special attention is called to our closing out salc~ in Men's, Boy's and Children's clothing. Remember
we defy competition. Our prices are always lower than the lowest.
IDsfvIs, 'R.Ojper' <Sc Co.,
_1_FAMOUS CLOTHINGS HAT AND SHOE STORE.
Now Pictu r es
Models and Studies
"F* .A. I 3ST 1? I 1ST CJr !
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
WILKES' BOOK AND DRUG
DO YOU DRINK
OF ANY KIND.
SO, 1)0 sura that yo'.ti*
dealer furnishes yo:: with
Goodstho quality of which can
not ho surpassed. Tliis can
only he done by buying Tho
APPLE f.nd PEACH CIDER,
GRAPE and FLORIDA ORANtiF. JUICE,
RASPBERRY and PIIJEAFrLE JCLtP,
Tho most pure, wliolcsomo and
delightfully refreshing fruit
beverages to 1:3 had in tho
country. Packages cf these
goods aro always In perfect
condition and arc guaranteed
so to be by
THE SPECIALTY CO.
Cider Mllla, Office,
2? & 2tf Williamson Street, 107 Uay street
Do You Want an l?ducntlonV
Note tho following facts about
the Presbyterian College ol Sotilli
Total necessary expenses ten
months in college classcs,$120; high
Curriculum of Study; best Moral
Training and surroundings; Pro
hibition town. Faculty for next
year consists of live professors and
three tutors; Y. M. C. A. nnd Gym
nasium connected with tho college,
The Preparatory Department is
under the Immediate control of Iho
Faculty and Is taught by Have tu
tors, thourouj'hly competent t>> do
the best of preparatory work. To
tal necessary expense- in prepara
tory classes, Irom $100 to $110 f?>r
ten months* For catalogue and
further information apply to
JOHN I. OLE LAN 1),
July 7, '01 8mo President,
There will be Jet to the lowc: I
bidder on July IGlh Inst., at l
o'eloek A. IM., tho building of a
new bridge acioss Hnludn [liver a.
Doyd's mill near Tip Top, Com
missioners will reserve the right
to reject any and all bids*
A. W. SIMM,
Chm'u li. v. c.
M. hi BiibbooK, Olofki
July 0 1801 2t
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l,trtirf*tti Hiey Iiio.l will?:?.
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tiuuil.rr, ?Im i.mkin.- i.i .r ?3?IOO u j.jr,... I. I. . \ ?V
mill NOI.11>. l ull ,..1.1.1,1..,. Klcfct:. AildreU
i:. v. a i.i.i-.;.. liox i w<>. AnkutCP, Mulne.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
BEST FKESH TURNIP SEED
OF CROP 1890.
ONE UUNWKK1) POUNDS JUST HEOKIVKO. SOW
Tliia month (July) and insure a good crop. Col. "!$. W. Ball
raised from our seeds last year turnips weighing 12 1-1 pounds,
MASON'S FRUIT JA IIS
The "Old Reliable" that always keeps your ftuit nicely. We
are selling them
OheaDer t3na,n _A.n-y loocly
Making room for fall stock we will sell the world's renowned
QLOftlA PARASOLS AHO UMBRELLAS
at cost rather tli*?u carry them over to another season,
r & co.
yj. I! /
Heavy and Fancy
tion and Crackers,
Tobacco and Cigars,
Goods sold at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds ol
Country Produce bought. Give us a call.
MO.LJLAND & FOWJLEIl.
LatircnSjS, C Nov. 13, 1S90.
for infants and Children*
? 'Cant orIi\ Is eovrtfj adapted to children that
I recommend ito? superior, to any prescrip?on
kuo'.vu to ihp." II. A. Auctikb, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cantoris enrco Colic, Gon<rtlpatton,
Gour Stomach, Dlarrhrea, Eructation,
KiUs Wonua, gives Bleep, and promoted ill
V.'iUiL-ut injurious medication.
" The r.80 of 'Cftfitririft* in so universal and
it.-; merits fo well known Uiat it ECcnis ft work
or supererogation toendoreo it. Few are tho
Intelligent famllico who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
CAiiLoa Mautyk, D.D.,
Now York City.
Lato Pastor ?loomiu?dalo Koformed Church.
" For several years I hftvd MCOrrtrnOnded
your ' Castoria,1 and shall always continue to
do so as it has iuvariauly produced beneficial
Edwin P. Pahdbi, M. D.,
"Tho Winthrop," 125th Street and 7th Avc.,
Now York City.
Tmt Csntaur Coupanv, 77 MorTUV Sthkkt, Nkw YonK.
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l iwifl r I in
JEffSs SiTE;CURST17E; BEiDTlPTIK?. (.2.3.
. La DOUGLAS
I^EHSaJi** 'Ion '<??(w-ntlvmpn.
?*9 n^ft^Pk? taai*?oic.,?f?trar<
r.'.l. ll. 11 ? 1 r '? : l/.IMIK ll OI\ IkiI(OII). Allil. .
\V. ?UUUIiAoi UrocUloii, fll??H. Uoldhy
J, i\ MAKTIN&CO. Laurcu?.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Who arc for tho first time tonn?
rlorgo woman's oovor?st trial wo offer
n remedy which if used as directed for
a few week:* before confinement, roba
itof P?fn, Horror Risk to Life
of both mother and child, as thou
sands who have used it testily.
A Bloasiuc to Expoctant Mothers.
MoTUKR'fl PniEHD Is worth Iti weight
In R?hl, My who mill'orod inoro lr ton min
utes with either of her firs! two children
>l-.(in slio iliil altogether with her Ins?, hov
"fV.iHT previously u?:rd four hnttlos of Mont
KU'fl Friksii. It Is e. hie sine to mother*.
Cormil. ill., Jan.. i ?>. P, I.<>? kwood.
?out hy express, oharflren prepaid, on re
ceipt of prior., $l.M>p< r [teilt lo. S ' I kviiH
driick'luti. Hook to Mothers mailed fr^e.
MitAi.nr.i.n RBQULATOn Co.. Atlanta, (in
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor^