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LAUREN8, B.C., Aug. lltb, 1891.
\i was a drawn battle?about n
Not (ho Usue, but a material
Jone*, of Now York, the scales
man wants to be Governor. lie
will bo weighed in the balances.
Mayor llemphill, of Atlanta, in
troducing Ingnlls at the Georgia
Chautauqua spoke of his home as
'Mho great State of Kansas." Hut
how about the e-Stato of Kansas.
It has not been regarded as good
form for ambitious lawyers to crow
when they won, because thero
comes a case of cant-well now and
Dr. James Woodrow has been
elected president of the South Car
olina College. A capital selection
and that venerable Institution may
have still a great futuie.
St. Matthews wants to be the
C. II. of a new county carved from
parts of Lexington and Orange
burg, to bo called "Calhoun." The
?'magic of a name" may help tho
Thero have been several gentle
earthquake reminders in "the city
by the sea" recently, but the local
papers did not find it out. It takes
a mighty eruption outside of tho
city politics nnd a phosphate law
suit to disturb tho equanimity of a
Congressman Watson, of Georgia,
Sockless Jerry, of Kansas, and
Pfeffer of the snmo bailLvick will
be awkward customers in Washing
ton for those who don't know
whether they stand on land or sea;
whether they were sent to Wnsh
ingto by tho Alliance or tho De
mocracy, or both, or how, or for
what, or wherein.
It is reported that a strong band
Of thieves concert to attack tho
Treasury at Washington. Tho plan
Is to start fires in various parts of
the city for the purpose of divert
ing tho attention of the police and
then to overpower the treasury
watchmen and loot the vaults.
Tho Coosaw suit has been per
haps finally settled in favor of tho
State. Whether Tillman, Pope or
Ham Smith, the Droad street law
yer wins, remains to bo doelded by
a different tribunal. It was a clear
case of the mountains being in la
bor, from V%e nt^-ff?"'10 M?r
f mattor. iCTeTnafns
tii?^/ata^ets any < .d
vnntago. The lai -^s get
a black eye and Coos. jpunched
full of holes. We, the people havo
won and ought to be proud of our
victory; nevertheless taxes will be
duo about tho idea of November
nnd don't you forget it. "Jones
pays the freight."
A Fight at Chester.
Tho blood is bad during dog days.
Mr. Sligh and Editor Jaggers had
some newspaper skirmishing. Sligh
failed to keep cool and attacked
Jaggers on tho streets with a cane
holding a pistol in his left hand.
Jaggers subsequently armed
himsell and .shot Sligh in tho neck.
During the melee a policeman fired
five shots at Jaggers, but Jaggers
escaped wearing a charmed lifo or
a silken robe, which turned the
bullots. Jaggers is a tough name
~ nnd it would seem is a tough cus
tomer. Detter let Jaggers alone.
Mr. Sligh publishes his account
\\ Tho State nnd It would seem
that ho stood up liko . a man,
"hi ing in;" but the sage's advice is
good, all the same. "Beware of en
trnnco into a quarrel."
Newspaper Men Fighting.
Tho fisticuff between Mr. Gon
z.alos, of The State, and Mr. Tlghe,
of tho Nows & Courier staff, is
greatly to bo regretted. Doth par
ties ought to know that tho pen fs
mightier than the sword and both
tho gentlemen aro experts with
tho formor implement.
The first blunder was that of Mr.
Tigho in writing an insulting note
or for that matter any noto at all
to Mr. Gonzales, It was tho very
thing to provoke a breach of the
peace. Then Mr. Gonzales inado a
blunder in taking a cowsKin, That
instrument was calculated to pro
voko a shot gun; then k'ayor
McMaslor blundered liko a blun
derbuss in not fining Tighe. The
old chestnut of Lord Hale about
words not justifying an assault is
very good for cold blooded north
erners, but not sound when applied
to hot heuded southerners. Words
uro things nnd very serious things
when insulting and addressed in a
f >rmal note. Mr. Tlghe should have
been dealt with a9 the prime mover
towards a breach of the peace.
There is comfort lor the man
with a prematurely grav board in
Buckingham's Dye, because It
never falls to color an eveu brown
or black as may be desired.
There is some discussion going
on In the Press of (his State and
elsewhere, the subject being the
verdict In the Williams homicide
caso at Greenville. A fow years
ago a secret murder was committed
in Charleston, and tho investiga
tion before the magistrate was a
scene that would put ' < blush the
hoodlums of Han F.? at ?? oo.
Numbers of people tnought the
detective had the right man, but
ho was driven from the city in dis
grace. Then came tho Jones triple
murder In Rdgefleld, tho Dawson
homicide in Chaileston and the
Greenville incident. The verdict
in this case seems to have been
the hair on tho Campbell's back.
It Is not very difficult to Und
the philosophy of miscarriage of
justice In homicide cases in tho
South. The war had Its effect;
after tho war for years in tho
I South there was quasi war,?the
present generation was reared In
a time when men and boys felt
(hat the law, as administered, was
but a pitiful reliance In tho midst
of war tho laws nro silent. But
the times are now different. When
the reason fails tho rulo should
fall also; the administration of jus
tice is now in tho hands of our
own citizens and for tho protection
of human life and tho peace of su
cioty the law of homicido should
be rigidly enforced. Wo think
the law stands in tho books ns it
should. Various remedies have
been suggested, and notably grad
uating felonious homicides into
first, second and third degrees.
This might answer.
Thoro Is another view to take of
the matter. Tho population of the
Stato Is exceedingly sparet*; a largo
majority of tho male population is
excluded from tho jury box by rea
son of unfltncss and properly. As
a rule throughout tho counties in
timate social and business rela
tions exist among all tho whlto
people, and these relations largely
inilucncc the motives and conduct
of jurors. It Is absurd to suggest
that tho very lowest of our whlto
peoplo have been or over are ap
proached With mercenary consid
erations. In our view it is the
strong community of social inter
est that operates to Influence the
result of tho verdict in n homicide
case. If this is tho troublo here
is tho remedy: let tho thlity-six
petit jurymen drawn from the
county for criminal cases be drawn
from tho circuit at large, and serve
only for criminal Issuos. Railroad
facilities make the scheme feasible
and tho extra uiilengc is but a
small addition to the expense. In
dependent of this, it should be a
misdemeanor severely punishablo
for any ono to approach a juror
and discuss with him any matter
connected with the court. As the
law now stands requiring tho jury
drawn from a vicinage of the
county it is scarcely practi
cable to get a panel of twelve men
totally uninfluenced by social, fam
ily or business tics. It this should
K>4found imprncticablo tho end
ity bo secured by enlarging the
I riurnhuv tl|al jurors, say to fifty
11ft sixty, giving to the State and
accused relatively a larger number
of peremptory challenges, and dis
charging all but thirty-six jurors
when the capital cases arc disposed
of. In addition to this an assist
ant solicitor should reside in each
county, who by his knowledge of
Jurors and witnesses, could give to
tho prosecuting attorney invalu
able assistance in obtaining an un
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparil
la what they think of it, and tho re
plies will bo positive in its favor.
One has been cured of indigestion
and dyspepsia, nnothor finds it in
dispensable for sick headache,
others report remarkable cures of
scrofula, salt rheum and other dis
eases, still others will toM you that
it overcomes "that tired feeling,"
and soon. Truly, the best adver
tising which Hood's Barsnparllla
receives is tho hearty endorsement
ot the army of friends it lias won
by Its positive medicinal merit.
Ladies in Lexington, Ky., have
organized an anti-Slang society.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tlio taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses tl.o 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 stomacb, prompt in
its action and truly boiioficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
pAular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $J. bottles by ail leading drug
gists. 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 CO
8AN FR A NO1800, CAl.
LOUMILU. Kt. HtW 1QHK. N V
of all in Leavening Power.?U. S. Gov't Report. Aug. S^sCS^
To l ?isniss Financial QueftttoUB.
Governor Tillinan htlfl decided
to go to Rod SpringH, N. O., and
deliver an address to the people at
the celebration thoro on the Mth
instant, nbxt Friday. He was re- j
cently invited to attend. His ud-1
dresB will bo on "the financial
questiousof tho day."? The Stale.
Tho Abbevlllo Medium is in a
condition of double barreled and
double leaded glorification this
week. It is congratulating Attor
ney General Pope on his victory
over Coosaw and Director General
Stokes on his glorious triumph
over Senator Butler at Prosperity
$100 Be ward. $10O.
Tho readers of the ADVERTISER
will he pleased to learn that there
is nt least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in nil
its stages and that Is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is tho only pos
itive cure now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being ?1
constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Curo is taken internally
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the Kystom,
thereby destroying tho foundation
of tho disease, and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature
In doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in it* curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollars for any case that it
falls to cure. Send for list of testi
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
fjKTSold by druggists, 75c.
Pieces 01 licorice laid around
where ants run is recommended.
A Household Remedy J
FOU ALL "
BLOOD and S8CS?\l
Botanic Blood Balm
UPiifAc SCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
VUngg RHEUM. ECZEMA, every
form ot malignant SKIN ERUPTION, be
sides being efficacious In toning up (he
system and restoring the constitution,
when Impaired from any cause. Its
almost supernatural healing properties
Justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
directions are followed.
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ga.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
COOPER AND NfRNSIDE BROIHEKS
Bacon,. 6J4 @ 0 Cl8
Flour, . 3,00 toO.W
Hams,. 10? 12 OtS
Cofl'oo,. 18 @ 22 els
Rico,. 5 (if) 7 ctft
Tobacco,.Sift? 75 per lb
Molasses..23? 40 per gal
Socd Oats,. GO to 75 ots
Bran,.1.C0 nor 100 lbs
Soap?Log cabin,..... $2.40 per box
Mackorcl,.95cts. per kit
Butter,. 15 <a 20 per lb'
K?UH,.'..12 ? 16 per (loJ5
Chickens,. 13 dti 20 ctS
Tho best policy written by any Insur
ance Company la tho Lifo Uafo En
dowment Polloy of tho Union Contra!
Lifo Insuranco Company of Ohio.
Be sure to oxntnlno If.
SAM. Pi QARLINGTON, Agent,
July 27?It lAUUKNS, S. C.
Is hereby given that the books
for subscription to the stock of the
Magic Drug Company are now
open at the ofliec of Johnson &
Aug. 3, 1891.
Opens first Monday in October.
Fully equipped. Moderate charges.
Wide awake teachers. Splendid
literary advantages. Music and
Art departments unexcelled.
VVc train hot only the mind but
seek to develop flic character as
well. Send for a catalogue to
MRS. L. M. BONNER
or II. E. BONN ICR.
Due West, S. C, Aug 3.
On the New Itoiul Monday,
August 17th, 1801,
A grand and good lime is guar
an teed to all who will go.
Will leave Clinton at 5 o'clock
A. M. Monday Aug. Itflh, 1X91.
Return the same day. Leave
Charleston 9 o'clock that night.
We will endeavor to preserve good
order and special care will be given
to the ladies. There will also be
cars provided lor the colored peo
ple. Remain len hours in Charles
ton which will give ample . lime to
sail around the harbor and visit the
small islands and other places of
interest. Will stop at all stations
along the line. !
Clinton $300; Dover Junction
$3.00; Goldvillc .$2.95; Kinards
?2.90; Gary's Lane $2.05,
H. A. DICKERT,
B. P. MEETZE.
Children Cry fop Pitcher's Castorla,
ThOAccidental killing of young
Alton \V. Purker by a pistol
In his own hands at his father's
house in AbbcvMlle, on tho evening
of tho 8d of August is a most sor
rowful event. Tho young gentle
man was tlie son of Hon. W. II.
Parker, just returned from tho
schools and universities, splendidly
equipped for n brilliant career.
His many friends nnd associ
ates of a halcyon youth will ten
derly cherish the memory of his
bright and lovable qualities and
his parents and other members of
bis family have the sympathy of
the entire State.
Much injury la done by the use
of irritating, griping compounds
taken as purgatives. In Ayer's
Pills, tho patient has a mild but ef
fective cathartic, that can be con
I ildontly recommended alike for the
most delicate patients as well as
the most robust.
W. L. DOUGLAS
*K m A*l IB /*^J> ff? nnd other Rneolnl
"tfc -? ?'?S l^^B r* Uch for Gentlemen,
ladles, etc., are War
ranted, riinl so r( tunned on bottom. Address
\V. I.. noria.AS, Hrocktou, Ulnae. Soldhy
,T. P. MARTIN A. CO. haurens.
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
Become afflicted and remain so,
suffering untold miseries from a ponse
of delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRADFIEUTS FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating and arousing to healthy
action all her ovganp,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health to bloom on tho
cheek, and joy to reign throughout
the frame. It never fails to cure.
Tho Best Medioine ever Made for Women.
. "Mywlfo litis boon under treatment of
leading physicians throo years, without
benefit. After uslugthi'oobottlcsof Bhad
VIEld's Female Kk'H i.aioh sho can do
UEItOWX COOKING, MILKING AND WASHING."
N. S. Bryan, Henderson, Ala.
lbiMivir.i.ii Regulator Co., Atlanta, Qa.
Sold by druggists lit $1.00 iior bottle.
Better Than Any Bank
Mutual Life Ins. Go
OP NEW YORK.
Total Assets now $147,101.001.20.
No other divestment 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 contrcct is based upon
a natural and universally operating
law of mortality, backed by the
good faith and continued payments
of the largest number (182,013111
1SS9) 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 $1,17,000,000.
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 $i i ,315,901 69.
4th. Its interest receipts have
exceeded all expenses of manage
ment by the enormous sum of if 55,.
5th. Its annual ipcomc in 1889
exceeding all the requirements for
paying death claims, matured en
dowmcnts, annuities, surrender
values, dividends to policy-holders
and expenses (in all amounting to
$<m ,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
its policy-holders ovci $435,000,
000, which is double the transac
tion of any Other company in tiic
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
liest laid plans and methods of men
acting in their individual capacity.
REMEMBER THE COMPANY.
flutuai life fog,
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M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S. C.
IIA KKIS L1THIA SPRINGS.
waterloo, S. ?. Apr. 10, '01
MB. J, T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?My en
gagements are such that I have nut
time to call the attention of medi
cal profession to tho cases that
might he collected from the mass
that have accumulated during
the thirty-eight (38) years of
constant use of tho waters of youi
liithia Spring. Tho waters of
tho Ltthia Spring are odorless and
colorless, freo from salinary taste,
ruthcr palatable. When taken in
a considerable quantity they do
not nauseate, purgo or produce
any feeling of discomfort. I find
from an analysis of the waters they
contain clorido sodium, carbonate
potash, carbonate soda, carbonuto
lithla, carbonate iron and sulphate
magnesia. Tho waters act directly
upon tho mucous coates of the
stomach and nlimcntary canals
they uro pn>verlully 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 gastralgia, euppplemcnted
with a proper diet thoy nre a cer
tain cure. Tho action upon the
Kidneys is marked. The sodium,
potash, soda and Hthia are tho best
solvents ol uric acid, all calculi of
an acid character, whether biloary
or clptlc are steadily dissolved, I
am conlldent that tho profession
will find it very useful In cases
whero thlr class of water is re
j. q. Wilbur., m. d.
Anderson, S. c, Feb. 24, '91.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?I return
bottle* to be filled with yourl.ithia
Water. Have used one crate and
feel much improved.
Mrs. E, E. Youxa.
IjAurens, S. 0., April 20, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir??I have
boon a sufferer for some time from
an affection of the kidneys. I tried
a number of remedies without any
relief. Some times the pain in my
back was so sevcro that 1 had to
bavo help to gel 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. Afler 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
proved. Too much cannot be said
in its pratso. It is undoubtedly the
best water that I know of,
D. M. PATTON
Cross Hiee,S. C , Feb'y 1, ?01.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Deah 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 pre
vented the erruption. She was dis
couraged and finally stopped all
medicines nnd began drinking your
liithia Water. In two weeks tho
disease was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
use nnd since that time she has
not been .troubled at all.
MoUNTVIMiE, S. C, Jan. 20. '91.
MR, J. T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter became
afflicted with a cancer of the nose,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians finally told
me they could do nothing further.
Sho had no appetite and was re
duced to a mere shadow, I conclu
ded to try your Llthla Wator and
to my surprise in a short time she
began to Improve in health and the
cancer censed to spread. She is
now using your excellent water
constantly and is improving all
the time. Respectfully,
0. L. Watts.
LAURENS, S. 0., Mar. 15. '91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Sir:?For some
time I suffered intensely with
gravel affection. I tried every
remedy that was obtainable, but
without any relief. Had given up
hopes almost of being cured. Somo
ono recommended tho Harris
Eithla Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
one case of the water I passed five
or six gravels. 1 can not say too
much In its praise.
W. D. Barks dale.
DRUG AND BOOK STORE
The Wilkos Book and Drug
fjtore, established business, tho
only book store in the county, and
the best site in town (under the
Bendella) Is offered for sale. Sale
to be made an account of the death
of former proprietor. Address
MRS. 0. W. WIEKES.
Opens Sopt. 17th, 1801. Ono of the
mimt thorough and attractive schools for
young ladies in tho South t'onseiva
tors Course in Music. Twonty-livo
teachors and Officers. .Situation honuti
ful. Cllmnto unsurpassed, pupils from
twenty States. Terms low. Special in?
duce-mentH to porsons ut a distance. For
tho superior no vantSKO of this celebrated
Virginia School, writo for a Cataloguo
l-> tho President.
w. a. Harris, i). I)., Staunton. Va.
Di? W. II. Ball,
Office Over National Rank, Laurens
Offlco days Monday and Tuesday.
II. Y. SIMPSON. 0. f). HARKSDAI.E,
SIMPSON & BARKS DALE,
Attorneys at Law,
LA Hit IONS, SOUTH CAROLINA
M 0 U F Y^SSS^ KH$
ikt 311? I I '??I". ?11(1. ..?In i.v?r lliryllve An,
? ?I t %# ? TJ B*? ? i.iii' ran ilo tin Hoik, i ???> to liarn.
Wa furnl.ti everylhlnp. M a Mart } otli N" ri.k. You ran devot?
j uf .para i...?limit., or ill yi.i.r Urn.' (o lite irotk. Hit. It an
entirely in-iv h .,>..! t.? ?ond.-rful inc. e*. to every vi ..V.r.
Il< Klninr. ara earning from t'li to fin per ivrtk nn.l u| ? .id",
and morn after r> Hill? ? . i .,;. ,,. We can fiiml.h ,?"ii th- ?'?
: ' .I ?i.l train y.'U rlllK. No >i ? ? i ? . ii.trdn hara. Kull
(..foiinailon H'M . .ir II.., ?.'U.. Altll HfA, IU1N1.
(Girlnl.m,,- fill I. bettiR niadu l.y .1 ??,n,v
<i?...l?li.,-||or,N.V.,.l work l?r ?.. h?kd?
ie.fl,t?uo,,l, M? In.iv ... ? am n..in ?? m
#10 a .lav ?I l|..- Hin, and niora ..yon an
on. Uulti it?e?, all ?gr,. I? ?DV o!
Amerlra, you tan c iiinn-nrr ni I,unit ?Iv.
In? all your tlme,< r .|.ire rpotnenta only to
Iha work. All I. paw. w h| HK f..r
ncr> worker.We .l.M ,??, fi.nil.hln?
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> GREAT SHOE SaLe/
Shoes for Young,
Shoes for Old,
Shoes for Rich,
Shoes for Poor.
?H order to make room for our mammoth stock of Fall and Winter shoes we are selling oiVoui large and
COMPLETE NEW SPRING STOCK
of Shoes at greatly reduced prices. Remember wepay cafcil for every pair of shoes that comes in our store.
By this we arc enabled to sell from
? lO -to 25 JP&t Cent otioa/per
than those who buy on credit. Shoes worth $5.00 now $3.90 ; Shoes worth $3.00 now $2.50; Shoes worth
$2.50 now $1.90; Shoes worth $1.90 now $1.50.
A word to our lady friends. Do not buy shoes for yourself or children until you have seen our line.
Examine our nobby ladies button shoe for Sfi.iS worth $1.60.
Just Received Big Lot of Unlaundried Shirts
lo dozen unlaundried shirts worth ?Joels now 3yds. I 10 dozen unlaundried shirts worth S5cts. now 69cts
??? " M ' " djjets " .jScts. I " ,l ?? " ?? fi.oo %t 8oct8
The above are the best shirts in America for the price. Big lot dress shirts must be closed. Suspenders
at half their value. Country merchants can secure some tare bargains by coming early.
Special attention is called to our closing out sale in Men's, Boy's and Children's clothing. Remember
we defy competition. Our prices are always lower than the lowest.
IDci/v-i?., Roper <&, Co.,
_ FAMOUS CLOTHING, HAT AND SHOE STORE.
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3P .A. I IST T I UST Or.!
All kinds made to order.
BLACK INK, PENS, PENCILS,
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ABC Books and Juveniles,
Magazines and Novels.
Subscriptions taken for newspapers
S. S. S., B. B. 13., P. P. P.
Soaps and Fresh Garden Seeds, j
All Sold at
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I p* SO, be sure that your
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RASPBERRY and PINEAPPLE JULEP,
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so to be by
THE SPECSALTY GO,
Cider Mills, O?lct,
28 t. 29 Williamson Street, tC7 Bay Street
Do Von VVnnt an Education?
Noto tho following facts* about
tho Presbyterian Collegeot V.oitlh
Total necessary expenses ten
months in college C)ilS80S,,$i20; high
Curriculum of Study; best Moral
Training und Surroundings; Pro
hibition town. Faculty for noxt
year consists of Ih. o professors und
three tutors; Y. M. U. A. und Gym
nasium connected with the college.
Tho Preparatory Department is
under tho immediate control of tho
Faculty and is taught by three tu
tors, thouroughly competent to do
the best of preparatory work. To
tal necessary expenses in prepara
tory classes, Iroill $100 to $110 for
ten months. For catalogue and
furthor information apply to
JOHN I. OLELAND,
July 7, 'i)l :imo President,
Will bo let to tho lowest bidder,
Boyd'a Mill Bridge, on Reedy
River, .Sullivan's Township, < n
Thursday, 20th of August next,
at 11 o'clock A. M. We will re
serve the right to reject any um'
all bids. By order of Board of
M. L. BuIjL??K, Clork,
Aug. :i 1801 td
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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
BEST FRESH TURNIP SEED
OF CROP 1890.
ONK HUNDRED POUNDS JUST RECEIVED. SOW
This nioutii (July) and insure a good crop. Col. 15. W. Ball
raised irom our seeds last year turnips weighing 12 1-1 pounds.
MASON'S FRUIT JARS
The "Old Reliable" thai always keeps your ftuit nicely. We
arc selling thcin
CheaDer than .A.ny Toody
Making loom for fall stock wo will sell the world's renowned
GLORIA P?R?3QL5 AND UMBRELLAS
?it cost rather than carry them over to another season,
J. 0. G. FLEMING & CO.
Heavy and Fancy
G! rocer ies,. Confec
tion and Crackers
Tobacco and Cigars,
Goods sohl at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds of
Country Produce bought. (Jive vis a call.
HOLLAND & FOWLER.
Laurcns,S. C. Nov. 13, 1890.
for Bnfants and Children.
"Cnetoriftlga ->wojliuUpt?l to children Uurt
I recommend lia ? superior to any pN60ripUon
known to inc." IT. A. Archer, M. 1 >.,
Ill So. ? Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Tbo UM of ''.'!oKtorlft' Is bo universal And
its merits so woll known Uuvt it seems a work
of KiipcrcroRAt ioi i to endorse it. Few are tho
intelligent fairiill es who do uot keep Costoria
within easy rec<cb ."
Caklos Martym, I>. P.,
Now York City.
I>ato I'astor Dl?>on dn?dalo Reformed Church.
Cantoris euros Colic, OoaitlpAtton,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl
Without injurious medication.
" For several years I have, recommended
your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin P. 1'ahdki, M. I).,
?*Tho Winthrop," 1,'Otli Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Trot Centaur Company, 77 Murray Strrkt, Nkw York.
J POWDL^s S?Kj^ 1.2.3.
GINNING MACHINERY IN STOCK.
A Full Ca r-Soad of Sailor Seed
Three Car Loads of Pratt (ans.
Brown a ,n6i "WinslniTp Oiris En
gines BotlefcTS. Belting- Etc.
Also <>n hand i n Charlotte, N. C n la'Kc stfH'k ?r Now prc??cs and
New Era boile ^ pjac0 your orders bet?re tho rush. Bottom prtcc8
guaranteed. TFivtft-clafcs goods.
W. H. Gibbs, Jr, & Co.,
j, COLUMBIA, S. C.