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PA Y A Uli I: IN A DVANC I:.
W. W. HALL, EDITOR*
Ratoa for Advertising- Ordinary Ad
? vortlKornootH, por nqiuire, ono Insor
f <>u,fl.OO; oach BubMoquont iusortion,
Liberal reduction in ado for lnr?0 Ad
W. W. 15 A I -1 ,.
JiAUUKNN, H.O, Aug. 17th, 1891.
Col. Keitt has been interviewed
Into tho third pnrty. McCllnty
met a happier fate.
What h tho dlfforonco between
a nowspapor editor and a news
pipor subscriber ? Ono gives cur
rency to, nnd tho other for, idoas.
George Jones, editor nnd propri
etor of tho New York Time?, Is
dead. As n great and good man
nnd ornament to tho brotherhood I
ot quill driver*, hl? memory will
In tho groat popularity which
lilaine's ability has recently earned
for him, thoso truo stories about
tho Mulligan letters nnd other in
cidents in which unmitigated
scoumlrelism was illustrated have
.^bout passed out of mind.
As was to he expected tho critics
aro abroad in (ho land about (ho
olecthm of Dr. Woodrow to tho
'Presidency of tho S. C. College.
They propose to sotdo for thoin
8 Ivos tho "mediate" or "imined 1
a'o" creation of Adam und tho sur
vival of the fittest. It is decidedly
Tho Georgia Helens are in ses
sion in Atlanta nnd one day last
week tho chief of police raided tho
Stato House. In the anteroom of
tho Senate Chamber fourteen bot
tles of whiskey nnd a comfortable
supply of beer wero found and duly
confiscated ns contraband. It
will swell the Treasury of the Gate
City. It seems tho members of the
House manage things better. Gov.
Northern gavo. permission for the
raid; ho is a reformer.
"The York Enterprise" of August
12lh is an inspiration. The edition
gives in full tho proceedings of
Hurt's Buttery rcuuion nt Yorkville
In red, white und blue nre display
ed tho Confederate battle flag
and tho Palmetto. An old rob
will involuntarily give his old time
yell at tho sight of it. This bat
tery will live in immortal story.
Hampton, Stewart, Stephen D.
Lee, Butler, Filz nnd Buny Leo,
Pierce Young, Rosser nnd others
equally famous, rode in its pha
Wif\ thoso papers criticising the
elo?f1o:i of an evolutionist to tho
presidency of tho S. C. Col
lege, be kind enough to inform tha
public if they are prepared to prove
that tho doctrino of evolution is
either false or heretical? They aro
reminded that (herd la a largo ele
ment of Christians of all denomi
nations who ore staunch advocates
of the hypothesis. The editor of the
Advertiser takes occasion to say,
however, that while for two years
under the teaching of Dr. Wood
row, ho never heard a single ex
pression from that gentleman from
which his views upon evolution or
any other doctrinal point could be
We have received tho first num
ber of "The Advocate," a weekly
coming from Winnsboro, S. C.
Hayno McMeekin and J. B. Crosby
nro the editors and J. B. Crosby
business manager. Its motto is,
"Equal rights to all and special
privileges to none." Theso claims
manfully adhered to, the paper
ought to win, It will advocato its
understanding of the financial de
mands of tho Ocala platform. This
number discusses tho currency
question und problems at large in
t,vo articles making flvo columns.
It is presumed tho editors know
what their readers want. Wo wel
ometho new candidate for con
quost and plutocratic gore to our
Gon, Cordon Heard From.
"Where aro the democratic lead
ers? is an inquiry sometime* hoard
in these times. Gen. Gordon has
Leon heard from from the pleasant
hunks of the Itiver Hudson. He
h\s written a letter tho burden ot
. which Is that tho Democratic party
Is ^ ).)1 enough for tho South and j
t'io country. Homo six months ago
Norwood wanted his scalp and
was clipping very close for it and
as then urged, because Gordon's
Democracy was not exactly the
kind for tho times. Then sgain
o 10 MeCunc enmo down upon him
from Washington and pitted a Mr.
' Cilhoun against him qnd after
much tribulation tho Gen. escaped
their tomahawks and scalping
knives. Gen. Gordon got snfely
away after all and landed in a
comfortable wigwam, tho U. 8.
Sonalo, but hy what Htratcgy no-,
body has yet been nhlo to tind out.
If the Georgia Legislature was a
1 hwuocrntlc body, what was tho
. . matter with Oordon and his De
mocracy? If Gordon i* a sound
Democrat and ^representative of
Georgia, why lecturoGcorRlaabout
tho virtues of Democracy?
'J'li" ghjQBt of Baoquo still dis
turb* the feast demanding what Is
1 ternocraey and where aro the Dem
ocratic L aders. Who Is indicting,
nr. i ii.K und prosecuting the De
1. ' I I !<? C -1 Ii X' i. - " M
Small C ounties.
The aggressive movement of St.
Matthews, of Orange burg to* be
made a county seat and to have
ereated the new county of Galhoun
Is exciting discussion as to the
proper policy of the State in this
regard. A few years ago Ninety
Six was knocking at the doors of
the Stato House; then Bu.ierto te
carvod out of Kdgefleld and Lex
ington. GatTnoy city was clamor
ing and also othor localities that .
wo cannot recall.
There can bo no question that
towns give bettor - facilities for ed
ucation and schools and other fa
cilities for development, and a
Court House Is a nucleus for a
small town, But this argument
amounts to nothing. The conven
ience of tho inhabitants with ref
erence to their necessary business
as jurors, tax payers and parties
in Court' aro tho main questions.
They should bo within reasonable
distance of tho scat of justice and
tho public oflices and when that
point is secured, tho argument of
convenience and expediency ends.
A Court House will not mnko a
town that amounts to anything.
A few industries established at a
convenient rail road point with
natural advantages will build a
town and soon overshadow tho
Court House. Nobody inquires H
tho Court House adds anything to
the development of Columbia or
Sumter. Tho county business to a
flourishing town la a more inci
dent. Without question, towns
aro centers of Intelligence, and as
n general proposition tho small
county suggestion should ho en
COU raged* Let circumstances,
and accidcnlnl demands regulate
their establishment. Tho people
of tho territory comprehended in
tho proposed change aro tho best
judges and to their wishes the
Legislature should largely defer.
David Jacobs and Mary John
son, white, convicted of poisoning
Mary's spouse, were to be hung at
Chesterfield C. H. last Friday.
Doubt of their guilt was strength
ened by their persistence in de
claring themselves innocent, and
strong petition.-; for commutation
had been sent to tho Governor.
After tho nooses had been ad
justed and they were literally "on
board" for "that undiscovered
country, from whoso bourne no
truveler returns," tho Governor's
secretary handed the sheriff a re
prieve staying the execution for a
It is charged that tho reprieve
was signed soveral days previous
and that the Governor withheld
it to the last moment in anticipa
tion that with death in a lew
inches of them, tho prisoners would
confess. For this his Excellency
is being condemned in some quar
ters as an "inquisitor" and tho crit
icisms have been couched in vory
Supposing that the facts as
stated are true, it was tho law and
not tho Governor, which placed
the prisoners in their awkward and
annoying position and if they suf
fered more or less disquietude, it
was traceable to no act of the Gov
ernor's. They would have found
the occasion equally unpleasant if
j tho private secretary had not
graced tho ceremonies with his
We enn see nothing improper in
tho Governor's taking advantage
of the force circumstances brought
about in the course of purely legal
proceedings to aid him in the ju
dicious exercise of his pardoning
Supposing that Coosaw had won,
would General Popo havo been
therefore a poorer lawyer or less
fit for tho Chief Justiceship? And
If like "the flowers that bloom in
tho Spring," Ham Smith had "had
nothing to do with tho case" would
not General Popo because he is tho
great lawyer that ho is, have been
entitled to most of tho credit?
James Russell Lowell, the dis
tinguishel scholar, poet and stales
man, is dead.
In Ireland a belt made of \vn
man's hnlr is placed about a child
to keep harm away.
A glass of salt water, warm or
cold, taken on rising in the morn
ing will cure constipation.
Many peculiar points mako Hood's Sar
saparllla superior to all other modlcinos.
rccullar In combination, proportion,^
and preparation of lngrcdlents^^?^
Hood's Sarsaparllla possesses^^*SSP\
tlio full curatlvo valuo of fho^\^r
best known tcmcMan^r j^Qr^r ot
the vogctablo klng-^^^O^^dom.
Tcciillnr In ilaJr\ciP*J^ B,rcn?,h
and economy?Hood's Sar
saparille IjXkiTXtho only mcdl
c'n* which can trnly
bosahh^^%A^ ^/?'OnoIIundrcd Doses
Ono Jr-Sj*Hollar." Medicines In
^^^cS*^^Mar?er and smaller Lollies
^j^J^/requiro larger doses, and do not
^^/produco as good results as Hood's.
S rec??iar lu Its mcdlolnal merits,
Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hlUi
erto unknown, and has won for Itselfy^.
tho title of "Tlio greatest blood^rOtt
purifier etcr dlscovoroaV'yr (Ktrs
Tccullar In Its "good namo^^Tj*W^^a
home,"?there- Is now^^^^noro
of nood's Sarsaparlllaa ?^^sold I,
Lowell, whero?V/lt Is made,
than of all^r ^ ^rotjier Wood
purlflors.^^?w<?5^rPoculhir la Its
phenomo-^^ record of sales
abroad^/ rSj'^r no other preparation
ha? X. <y^y^aTcr attained such popu
^/^/larlty In eo short a time,
^^^and retained its popularity
\kp^r confidence among ?II classes^
/of people- so steadfastly.
1>o not bo Induced to buy other preparations,
but be suro to get the rccullar Medicine,
SoMbytl'druggtaU. |U|?lxforfS. Prepared only
by 0,1. hood * co., ApothncarlAt, lowftU. Um?,
100 Doses Ono Dollar
Highest of all in Leavening Power.?U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. '^SSE?
Df^yfck 1 Baking
Ingaila says that "James O.
Blninc, llko Henry Clny, U too
great oven to bo president." This
Is a another 1 Iridescent" view.
Success is what sanctifies.
It is generally tho case that the
politicians keep tho hull n-rolling;
but not so in tho case of Editor
Ball, of tho LauitENS Advertiser.
In this case the Ball rolls up some
pills for the politicians of this pes
tiferous period.?Johnson Monitor.
ThoStato iaRtiilfull of sick kit
tens who have lost all but their ap
petites. They must havo physic.
Ay el's Sarsaparilla, by purify
ing nnd enriching the blood im
proves (ho appetite, aids the as
similative process, strengthens tho
nerves and invigorates the system.
It is, therefore, tho best und most
thoroughly reliable alterative that
can bo found for old or young.
Mrs. Sewnrd Webb, of New
York is tho possessor of a superb
Tho worst cases Ol scrofula, salt
rheum and other diseases of tho
blood, uro cuted by Hood's Sarsa
Dr. T. J. Williamson, Eustls, Flo.
says: Tho bottle of Brndycrotino
you sent mo was given throe
Indios who were suffering from
headache. They said the effect
was Instantaneous and very .satis
A cherry stone, lodging In the
intestines of a 8cranton merchant,
caused Iiis death.
House-hoi;) Remedy ?
Botanic Biood Balm $
kCttt-e>c SCROFULA. ULCERS. SALT
V*ulg& RHEUM. ECZEMA, cvciy
form of m?.lignant SKIN ERUPTION, be
tides being efficacious In toning up tho
system and restoring tho constitution,
f when Impaired from cny cause. Its
w almost supernatural healing properties
m justify us In guaranteeing a cure, II
. directions are followed.
# OtN I l .? L L. "Ku.il. or Wunder*,*1
} BLOOD BALM CO., A'.lar.ta. Ca.
W. L. DOUGLAS
nml other special
lien for (iontlemon,
L?ulos.oto.! nro war
ranted, nml ?o stamped on bottom. A<lilr
W. Li. DOUGLAS, Uroclttou, itlrtMs.
J. P. MARTIN & CO. Laurons.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY
COOPER AND BWSIDE BROIHEHS
Bacon,. b}? @ U cts
Floor, . 8.00 to 6.50
Lnrtl. 8 0 lO1^ els
Hain?,._. r) , !'' cts
Corn,.T.. 82}.; @ IK) cts
Meal,. .... Boots
Supcar,. 7? 9 Cts
Colloo,. IS (?V: 22 cts
Tobacco,.25? 76 per It
Molasses,.28? 40 nor krI
Scotl Oats, . 00 to 7? cts
llrun, .1.50 per 100 lbs
Soap?Log cabin,.? $2.? per bos
Mnckorol, ... ,.iljcts. per kit
Hotter,. 15? 20 per 11?
EprnH,.12? 15 per doss
Chickens,. IG & 20 cts
LIFE INSl llANCK.
Tho best policy writ ton by any lnsiir
nneo Company Is tho Lifo Unto Mn
dowmont Polloy of the Union Central
Life Insurance company ol Ohio.
t'.c Mil re to examine it.
SAM. V. OAIIL1NQTON, Agent,
July 27- It I.wiu.ns, S. ( '.
Is hereby given that the booko
for subscription to the stock of the
Magic Drug Company arc noW
open at the ofticb of Johnson &
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South Carolina College,
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ninlnaiions boj<iii Bnptomhor 2iih. (Mas
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We train not only the mind but
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or II. E. BONNER.
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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Thcro is litllo tp write of interest
from Mornn. The crops are tnlr,
tiie people thrifty and ought to he
Thoro has boon much moving to
and fro and visiting in tho neigh
borhood and having a good time,
but I forbear noting their names
and the names of their uncles and
their cousins and their aunts, In
my next I may givo tho names of
such dudes and dudesses as make
a prominent figure in our unsophis
ticated und unpretentious vicinity.
Wo take the liberty of suggesting
to tho authorities of Rahun church
that a well ot good water would
add to tho comfort of their congre
gation. ON Ore.
$100 Howard. $100.
Tho readers of the A dykktiskr
will be pleased to learn that there
is at loast ono dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure in all
its stages and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh (Jure is the only pos
itive euro now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional dhouse, requires n
constitut'onal treatment. Hall's
Catat't'h Cure is taken internally
noting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying the foundation
of the disease,'and giving the pa
tient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature
in doing Its work. The ppqniotors j
have so much faith in it curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollar-? for any easo that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testl
monials Address ?
P. j. Oil EN KV & CO., Toledo, O.
IgMVSold by druggists, 7?c.
If a strange dog smiles at you,
it is policy to rmllo hack, and if he
runs at you, the best thing is to
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
llccomc afflicted and remain so,
suffering untold miseries from a sense
of delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating and arousing to healthy
action all her organs,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health to bloom on tho
cheek, and joy to reign throughout
the frame. It never fnils to cure.
. The Best Medioine over Made for Women.
"Mywifo 1ms bcou uudor treatment of
loading physicians three years, without
bonoftt. After usbi?thrcobottlcsof Bkad
nr.1.1 i'h Female Reoulatoh sho can do
hkh own cook1no, milking and washing."
N. S. Bbyan, Henderson, Ala.
Hhaofield ItEOULATon Co., Atlanta, Gs
Sold by drucrcrlsts at $1.00 iior bottlo.
Better Than Any Bank
Mutual tiife 'Ins. Ge
Or NEW YORK.
Total Assets now #117,t."? t.OOl 20.
No other divestment in the
world is so absolutely safe, or con
sidering tho protection, more pro
fitable than a life or endowment
policy in The Mutual Lilc Insur
ance Company of New York, for
the following reasons :
ist. The con li cet is based upon
a natural and universally operating
law of mortality, hacked by the
good faith and continued payments
of the largest number (182,013 in
18S9) 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 $11,315,901 69.
4II1. 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 $9,981,
6th. The Mutual Life has al
ready paid to and accumulated for
its policy-holders ovct .$.135,000,
ooo, which is double the transac
tion of any other company in the
No pthcr 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
bcsrluid plans and methods of men
acting in tttcir individual capacity.
K EMEMlHiU THE COMPANY.
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Ed.-L. Gkdnand, Columbia, S. C.
M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S\C.
11 A K Ii I S LIT1IIA SPRINGS.
Waterloo, 8. C. Apr. 10, '01
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dkak Bin:?My en
gagementa are such that I havo not
time to cell the attention of med!?
cnl prolession to the eases that
might ho collected from the mass
that have accumulated during
the thlrty-eight (38) years of
constant uso of tho waters of youi
Lithia Spring. Tho waters of
tho I.ilIda Spring aro odorless and
colorless, freo from saiinnry 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 the waters they
contain clorido sodium, carbonato
potash,carbonato soda, carbenute
Ilthia, carbonato iron and sulphate
magnesia. The waters act directly
upon I ho mucous coateb of the
stomach and alimentary canals
they aro powerfully alterative
and tonic. Thoy aro soothing to
inflamed or irritated surfaces.
They react upon tho blood, chang
ingm it from acid to alkaline.
In indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach and gastralgia, suppplementod
with a r?roper diet thoy are a cer
tain eiLo, Tlie action upon the
kidneys is marked. The sodium,
potash, soda and Ilthia are tho best
solvents of uric acid, all calculi of
an acid character, whether blleary
or clpttO are steadily dissolved, I
am confident that the profession
Will find it very useful in cases
where thlf class of water is re
J. Q. WlLRUR., M. D.
ANDERSON, S. C, Feb. 24, '91.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
Dkak Sin:?I return
bottles to be filled with your Lithia
Water. Have used one ernte und
feel much improved.
Mns. E, E. Young.
JLAURENS, S. (J., April 20, '91.
MR . J. T. HARRIS,
Dkak Sik:?I have
boon a sufferer for some lime from
an affection of the kidneys. I tried
a number of remedies without any
relief. Somo times the pain in my
back was so severe that 1 had to
have help to got up when sitting
down. Somo of my friends asked
me to try your mineral water, J
did so, and tho result was most
gratifying. I felt relief after the
first day. After using it a week I
was entirely well. It has been some
six weeks since I first used it, und
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. VATTON
Cross Hill,S, C, Feb'y I, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dkak Sik:?For seve
ral years my wife bus suffered from
erysipelas, every two weeks she
was confined to her bod und tried
many remedies, but nothing pre
vented tho orruptlon. She was dis
couraged and finally stopped all
medicines and began drinking your
Idthia Water. In two weeks the
disease was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
uso and since thnt timo she has
not been troubled at all.
mountvillk, S. c, Jan. 110. '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter became
nfilicted with a cancer of the nose,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians finally told
me thoy could do nothing further.
She had no appetite und was re
duced to a mere shadow, I conclu
ded to try your Lithia Water und
to my surprise in a short timo she
began to improve in health and the
cancer censed to spread. She is
now using your excellent water
constantly und is improving all
the lime. Respectfully,
(J. L, Watts.
LAURENS, S. 0.| Mar. 15. '01
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dkak Sik:?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, Some
ono recommended the Harris
I -il liia Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
one case of the water I passed five
or six gravels. I can not say too
much in its praise.
W. D, Barks dale.
DRUG AND BOOK STORE
The Wilkes Book and Drug
Store, established business, the
only book store in tho county, and
the best site in town (under the
Bendolla) is offered for sale. Salo
to be made an account of the death
of fi rmer proprietor. Address
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Shoes for Rich,
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Jn order to make room for om mannuotli block of Fall ami Winter shoes \vc are selling oil* out large and
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By this wc are enabled to sell from
lO to 85 Per Cent olaea/per
than those who buy on credit. Shoes worth 85.00 now $3.90 ; Shoes WOrttft^.OO now .$2.50; Shoes worth
$2.50 now $1.90; Shoes worth $1.90 now ifi.50.
A word to our lady friends. Do not buy shoes for yourself or children until you have seen our line.
Examine our hobby ladies button shoe for $1.18 worth $1.60.
Just Received Big Lot of Unlaundried Shirts
lo dozen unlaundried shirts worth ^octs now 3/?-"ts. I 10 dozen unlaundried shirts worth 85cts. now fuicts
"r " " ' " 65CIS *?. 4tJcts. I " *.* " M . " ?,.00 " 8octs
The above arc the best shirts in America for the price. Rig lot dress shirts must be closed. Suspenders
at half their value. Country merchants can secure some iure 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.
TDsfvis, Roper <&> Co.,
FAMOUS CLOTHING, 11 AT AND SHOE STOKE.
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Models and Studies
All kinds made to order.
BLACK INK, PENS, PENCILS,
Books, Standard Books,
ABC Rooks 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
WIEKES' BOOK AND DRUG
OF ANY KIND.
SO, bo sure that your
dealer furnishes you with
Goods the quality of which can
not ho surpassed. This caa
only bo done by uuyir.ij Tlio
APPLE and PEACri CIDER,
GRAPE ami FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE,
RASPBERRY and PINEAPPLE JULEr,
The most pure, wholesome and
delightfully refreshing fruit
beverages to bo had in tho
country. Packages of theca
goods aro always in perfect
condition and are rjuaranteed
so to be by
THE SPECSALTY CO,
Cltlcr Mills, O?let,
28 & 29 Williamson Streit. 107 Bay Street
Do You Want nn ISducutiou?
Noto the following facts about
the Presbyterian College ol South
Total necessary expenses ten
months in college clnsscs,$120; high
Curriculum of Study; best .Moral'
Training and surroundings; Pro
hibition town. Faculty for next
year consists of five professors and
three tutors; Y. M. C. A. and Gym
nasium connected with the college.
The Preparatory Department is
under the immediate control of IhO
Faculty and is taught by thrco tu
tors, thouroughty competent to do
the best of preparatory work. To
tal necessary expenses in prepara
tory classes, Irom jjilOO to $110 for
ten months. For cntaloguo and
further information apply to
JOIliN I. OLKLAND,
July 7, '01 8mo President,
Will he lot to the lowest bidder,
Boyd's INI ill Bridge, on Ueedy
River, Sullivan's Township, on
Thursday, 20th of August next,
at 11 o'clock A. M. We will re
serve tho right to rojoct any und
all bids. By order of Board of
M. L. Bur/d.ocK. 01 n*k,
Aug. 3 1801 td
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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
BEST FRESfl TURNIP SEED
OF CROP 1890. "
NE HUNDRED POUNDS JUST RECEIVED. SOW
This month (July ) nhd insure a good crop. Col. 1>. W. I1
raised from our seeds last year turnips weighing 12 1-4 pound?.
ifiL^X^ri^ JL' SL.%- %J SL JB. $J
The "Old Reliable" thai always keeps your fiuit nicely. We
are selling them
Oin.c3a.T0er tri ein Anybody
Making loom for fall stock we will sell the world's renowned
BL?RIA PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS
at cost rather than carry them over to another season.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
3 Se f ?WLER
tion and Crackers
Tobacco and Cigars,
Goods >oKl at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds of
Country Produce bought. Give us n call.
LaurcnSjS. C. Nov. 13, 1S90.
for Infants and Children.
4' Cast or I a ifl so well AtlAptM to chiUlirn Uiat
I recommend ItaamipcriortoanyproccripUon
known to mo." It. A. Aiic'iikr, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The uro of 'Castoria' in so universal and
its merits so well known tliat it seems a work
of Bupcrerocatlon to endorse it. Few aretho
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach." _
C'AHLoa MAnrvH, D.D..
New York City.
T^jto Pastor Dloomingdale Reforuicd Church.
CaAtoTla enrcfl Oolle, Constipation,
Bour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, givca sleep, and promotes >U
Without injurious medication.
" For several years 1 havo recommended
your 1 Castoria,1 and shall always continue to
do so an it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Pari>ki, M. D.,
"The WlnUirop," ltfth Street and 7th Avo.,
New York City.
Trot Centaur. Compakv, 77 Murray Stkrrt, New Yon*.
>EK3 SfiFE; CURATIVE; BEAUTIFYING. |.2?3.
Iu?w?/9| White, ) I [V V i m imm ? ?| AUDrUgglstB ?
j NiRIZr. I g'ru&tC.FS I r-^Q^SSOJKfS^ [ F,ncy Stores. | TINTS
GINNING MACHINERY IN STOCK.
A Full Car-load of Sailor Seed
Three Car Loads of Pratt Gins.
Brown a.ncl V^irtsrii-p O-iris. En
gines' Boilera- Sorting, j^lto.
Also on hand in Charlotte, X. C. n large stock of lb>;-s presses and
New Era boilers. Place your orders before lite rush, Dottom price
guaranteed. Eirst-class (goods,
W. H. Gibbs, Jr., & Co.,
COLUMBIA, s. C