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I, A U UK NB, H. O., Aug. 17th, 1891.
Why not a oomt ress in this oily,
Cotton hsrvesting will be 1st?.
Mr. Claude Fuller Is In tho city.
Is a cotton faetory to bo built here
this JallT It Is s very serious question.
What we want Is sn up-town Ulegrspb
ofllce snd s passenger dopot. .
Tbero is to be s grest Isnd sale at
Clreenyille on to-morrow, tho 19th.
The board or city school trustees held
an important meeting yesterday.
Miss Ilattle Jones is visiting Mrs.
Counts in Afbovlllo N. C.
Mr. 8am Garllngton is ofT for the
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jonos aro ex
pected to arrive In tho city to-day.
Head "Sam's" letter from Twin Lako
(imp. S welter and envyJblm.
Rov. Mr. Carlisle preached In the
Methodist church Sunday.
Miss Salllo Jones has gono to Glenn
Mrs. Thos. Craig, ot Florence, visited
her aunt, Mrs. W. L. I Joy d last v/ook.
Prof. Wiliis Is teaching a singing
school at Dorroh.
Miss Mi..vmn Ferguson is visiting
friends at Highlands, N. C.
Mr. Horace Crows, of Washington, I).
C, is Visiting relatives in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Lake have re
turned from the mountains.
Mr. J. R. Mlnter, Jr., visited Groon
villo last week.
Miss Annie Rodgers, of Williamsburg,
S. C, is visiting Mrs. P. A. Simpson.
Tho quality of tho work done by tho
Laurons Stoam Laundry cannot bo ex
How about a baseball tournament in
September? Does the motion receive a
Rov. Dr. Grier, president of Krskino,
is expected to fill tho Presbyteritin pul
pit next Sunday.
Several two room houses to rent at two
dollars per room per month.
W. W. BALL.
An infant child of Mr. James J.
Bowon, of Wilmington, N. C, dlod last
weok aged about eighteon months.
The bloodthirsty Virginians have act
ually nonvicted a white man of murder.
Dr. Maker will hang.
Mr. Wilkins, formerly telegraph ope
rator hero, is visiting his cousin Mr.
Among tho ovonts of the winter sea
son will bo tho great incroaso in the
trado of Laurcns.
Mr. W. A. Johnson's numorons friends
are dolightod to see him out again after
his recout severe illness.
A new lino of stationery, suitable for
all sorts of job work, recelvod at this
Mr. Willie Vanes, of Louisiana, has
boon visiting his brother, Mr, S. W.
Preparations aro being mado for the
building of a Methodist parsonage at
Plenty of old nowspapers constantly
on hand for salo at this ofllce for twenty
cents a hundred.
Miss Isabol Kennedy Is up from Char
leston on a visit to her father, Mr. W. W.
Mr. S. C. Todd, the popular book
keeper of tho People's Loan and Kx
ohange bank, has gone to Glenns.
Cards aro out for tho marriage of Miss
Ora Burgess, tof* this city, and Prof.
.Smith, of N. C, to occur next Wednes
Mr. J. Dunk Watts and Mr. Walter
Wharton have returned Irom Glonns
and tho town feels a great deal bettor
Dr. Pride, of Knoxville, Tonn., who
Is to havo charge of the prescription de
partment of Dr. Calno's dmk store, has
Tho summer season will soou hoover.
There havo bcon some instances of se
voro illness, but, after all, can any city
presont a better health record?
Mr. George If. Boyd is travoling. He
is taking in tho springs and mountain
resorts of tho Carolinas and will bo ab
sent two or three weeks.
It gives tho Advkutisku pleasure to
Htato that Mr. Jno. C. Cook, School Com
missioner, is again at his post recovered
Sovoral private schools will beoponed
this fall. They will bo closed, however,
when tho nraded schools open later In
Miss Bessie Garlington, dnughler of
Col. Henry Garlington, died last Wed
nesday and was burled In tho cemotory
Jiore on the following F'riday.
Mr, D. A. Davis loft for Now York
Monday, whore ho will buy clothes for
t he poopl? ot Laurens. Mr. Davis will
atop at AshevlHe. N. C. and Bristol,
Tonn., for a few days.
It was rumorod last weok that there
was tK'Arlot fever at Glonns. Mr. J. D.
Watts, who Is just from tho spot says
ttuvt the rumor was not woll founded.
As usual, ovorybody is well and happy
Mr. J. C. Garlington, of the Hpartan
lii'u';' Herald was in town yosterday.
Mr. Garlington's visits to Laurens are
always pleasant ovonts to crowds of
friends sud admirers.
Married at th* residence of the bride's
father, Mr. J. l-ewls Mahaffey in Lau
irons county, tf. C, July 20th 1891, by
Rev. J. L. Out/., Mr. W. Cllntou Babb
mud Miss Sallie T. Mahaffey.
Whatever may be the price ol cotton
fall, It will bring as much it not
more Lai>rens than anywhere else.
Many ai*** 'nnny B town would like to
havo Lauri.^*'' reputation as a cotton
What about the county W'T It won't
do not to have It and U shouhi be more
successful even than usual. It Js not
far wrong to say that Laurens does not
do as uiuch as she might with profit In
showing herself off.
An alarm of tire brought the nre de
partment and a large crowd of citizens
to the residence of Col. Ball on the night
of the 12th inst. Outbuildings were on
nre, but tho lire was soon extinguished.
It was fortunate that It occurred at an
early hour, as the residence was dan
gerously near. The loss was not heavy.
A charge of bribery ag?Inst legislators
la to be investigated in connection with
tho election of Gen Gordon to the Sen
The Seventh has tbe largest popula
tion of tbecongressional district* in S.
C. Our?, the Fourth, is next. Cspt.
Shell represents some 40,000 more poo
ple than any othor member from a
Closing KxcrcUes or ltubun School.
The exerolsos ol tbe Rabun High
School of which Prof. W. T. McElroy is
principal will close on Friday, 28th
lust. Lieut. (Joy. K. B. Gnry, onco a
'room mato in col logo of Prof. McElroy's,
has been invited to deliver a literary
address at 3 o'clock P. M. Tlvo oyoning
exorcises will consist of dialogues,
spcechos, rocilations, music, otc.
Suppor will bo served on the ground
and the public are invitod to attend
and bring woll tilled baskets
Eriorcc Succumbs to Luui-cns.
Enoreo and Laurons playod great
ball on tho local diamond Saturday and
our own champions captured tho victory
and tho glory by a score of sixtcon to
ten. Tho strangers ployed a very pretty
game and aro by no moans tyros in tho
manipulation of tho sphore. But tho
truth Is tho Laurons boys aro all thor
ough ball players and tho team that
conquers thorn will have something to
bo proud of.
Laurons toon tho lend nt tho start and
never let loose. Irby and Cox were tho
battery for the strangers and Jim Crows
and John Langston hold tho points for
tho homo team.
Our good neighbor, tho Aovbhtisku
comploted tho sixth year of Its exist
ence last weok. Wo wish it, and all con
cerned, many happy, prosperous anni
Tim Lauukns Aovkutiskji, ono of
tho vory brightest uowspapcr.s In South
Carolina, has comploted its sixth year.
During the first tlvo years of its oxist
onco, tho Advf.htisku was owned and
edited by J. O. Garllngtou, who, upon
loaving Lauren* a yoar ago to assunio
tho oditorship of tho Spartanburg Ilor
ald, disposed of the paper to W. W. Hall.
It is gratifying, but not surprising, to
loam that under tho oditorship of thoso
fearless and brilliant young journalists
the AnvKivrisKii has achlovod financial
as woll as literary success.? The. Sttite,
An old physician, rotirod from prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an Hast India missionary tho formula of
a bimplo vogotablo romoc'oy for tho
speody and pormanont cure of Consu m p
tion, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and
all throat and Lung Affections, also a
positivo and radical euro for Nervous
Dobillty and all Nervous Complaints,
aftor having tostod its wonderful cura
tive powers in thousands of cases, has
felt it his duty to mako it known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a desire to rollevo human
sufTorlng, I will sond I'roo of charge, to
all who dosiro it, this recipe, in Gorman,
French or English, with full directions
for preparing and using. Sent by mail
by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper, W. A. Noyks, 820 Powers' Block
Rochester, N. Y.
Tho S. C. Collcg?7
By roforence to our advertising col
umns it will bo soon that tho South Car
olina Collego will open on Sopt. 21?th.
Tho following Is from a circular issued
by Dr. Woodrow, tho nowly elected
??Tho Faculty consists of tho following
Profossois: James Woodrow, Picsidont, j
and Profossor of Biology, Geology and
minoralogy; Benjamin Sloan, Professor
of Physics and Astronomy; W. B, Bur
ney, Profossor of Chomistry; 10. L. Hat
ton, Profossor of Ancient Languages;
K. S. Joj'nos, Professor of Modern Lan
guages] R. M. Davis, Professor of His
tory, Political Economy and Civics; J.
I). Pope, Professor of Law; J. W. Plinn,
Chaplain, and Professor of Mental and
Moral Science, lx>gic, anil Evidences or
Christianity; F. C. Woodward, Profos
sor of English Language and Literature,
and Rhetoric; E. W. Davis, Profossor
of Mathomatlcs; J. J. McMahan, Ad
junct Profossor of English Languago
and Literature, and Rhetorio; T. P.
Bailey, Jr., Adjunct Professor of Bi
ology, Geology, and Mineralogy; Alfred
Ragby, Adjunct Professor ol Ancient
"Tho Professorships discontinued in
the recent reorganization aro thoso of
Pedagogics, Veterinary Science, Mo
ohanical Engineering, Materia Mcdica,
Pharmacy, Bacteriology and (a year
ago) Agrioulturo and Agricultural
Chomistry. These are important sub
jects; but they are technological, and
involve tho application rathor than the
acquisition of knowlodge, and aro not
properly Included in a liboral education.
Nothing has boon taken away from
the Collo^o that can diminish its value
and effectiveness in promoting tho most
thorough Classical, Literary and Scien
tific education or render it less deserv
ing of the hoarty support of tho people
of the Stato." Jamkn Woonnow,
The protracted meeting nt Cedar
Grove is being conducted by our pas
tor, assisted by Hcv. S. M. Hughes.
Mr. Hughes does most of tho
preaching and does it well.
Work is being done on tho roads
and it is ncoded badly,
A few days ngo Tilla Thaekston
says ho had a narrow escape from
drowning whllo crossing tho river
at Van Patton's, and but for the
timely arrival ot help ho and his
horse would have been drowned.
A petition is being circulated Tor
signatures, asking the Post Office
Department to establish a post of
fice at Bellovlew, Tho people of
thnt section think they need an
otfico and tho Department will I
probably establish one there.
Truly, Cedar Grovo is a great
country for people to get married.
Since our last, Mr. Oscar Young
and Miss Mary Biotine, Mr. Harri
son King and Miss Esther Young
and Mr. Henry Taylor and Miss
Ola Thompson were married by
Rev. C. T. Schall. Also Mr. Jos
eph M. Bragg to Mrs Itobecca
McGill by W. P. (Joker, Notary
Dr. Ben Jones has located at tho
Van Patton place for tho practice
of his profession.
Mrs. Lola Berry, wifo of L. M.
Berry, of Fork Shoals, diod of con
Sestion of the heart on 22nd ol
uly and was buried at Fork
Shoals church, of which sho was a
member. She leaves a husband,
&!) Infant boy and a largo number
of friends and relatives. Deceased
was the youngest daughter of ().
H. P. and A. II. Cokor and was
about twenty-seven yearn of ngo,
H. B. Randolph, Brunswick, Ga.,
writes: "X was under the care of
nine different doctors, but not ono
did me the good that Uotanlc Balm
has done me."
In Pennsylvania Mountains.
Twin Lakk Camp, )
August null. '?1.j
Ii a ?B k n 3 A 1) v k bt 18 k it:?
Here on the summit uf one of
tho highest mountain rangen of
Northern Pennsylvania?just be
tween two beautiful lakes (aptly
named)?I am camping with a
genial company of Northern
friends. It is to me a now experi
ence and a very pleasant one.
Conceivo a pair of clear lakes on
the top of a mountain,?water so
blue that thoy appear like two
great liquid eyes turned toward
At night, the slars reflected seem
to lloat in them. Through the day,
the sun, tho clouds and tho shad
ing trees on tho shore produce
So much to give you some slight
idea of the picturesquo spot?the
point where just now I am passing
a week most delightfully in the
"Wells Camp." Severnl tonta are
pitched about a roomy rustic build
ing away in the woods in which
those who prefer can eat and sleep.
Most prefer tent life. The noisy
busy world's wheels of traffic and
(ravel are not heard up here. It is
very restful, alter the thousand
miles of railroad travel to reach
the spot. My ready Introduction
into a circle (In a sense) select is
due to one with mo Irom Laurens
?und to Port Jervis ami Mil ford
If I could describe the camp-life
as I ft lid it hero 1 urn sure you
world bo charmed. Professional
men und gentlemen students from
several of the colleges are with us;
"sweet girl graduates," two, who
having left behind them their
books, are nil the more bright and
witty for tho time for having so
done. I cannot begin to tell you in
a brief letter all about the enjoy
ments furnished here in the hills.
And then tho air und the faro and
the wonderful nppetito somehow
furnished to mutch, make menl
time a very interesting period
three times every day.
Tho bill of fare, I am sure, would
astonish you, ranging from tropi
cal fruits und melons to wild duck
and woodcock shot on the shores
of the lakes and splendid pickerel
and other line Ash from these
waters. This is not "roughing it"
in bachelor fashion though wo be
in tho depths of the wilderness.
We have good cooking and clean
serving by tliu lady chaperons of
the camp; and the fathers and the
uncles of the camp are good pro
vider.". I must mention how
greatly pleased were the gentle
men members of our camp by the
contribution of lovely cakes sent
by the ladies of Laurens, and tlint
cvey one who tasted pronounced
You know very well that the
gallantry of a .Southerner never
forsakes him in any place, but here
with these bright Yankee girls in
tho tented woods I confess I am
sortie times puzzled in what way
to show it.
To see her and meet her in camp
costume, gliding independently
through the green trees in colors
that would please Buskin, or in
bathing suit afloat, is a study.
The elements of wuter and pure
mountain air with exercise, seem
to conspire to make her appear
fresh, lovable and irresistible.
I do not know how it will go
with me, but I am pretty sure,
"Billy," it would go hard with your
more susceptible nature were you
here. They are gathered here
from New York, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania and North and South
Carolina?a general happy com
Thero is a difference In the as
pect of this region of the North
and that in which we dwell. This
altitude gives the coolness of at
mosphere desired nt this season;
ours, the winter-warmth and flow
Both are lovely; in both are
friends; and it is tho kindness of
these and their love after all that
renders any spot, where these are,
dear to us. Much as I see to ad
mire here at the North, the South,
the "sunny South" is home to me
and holding above and bonenth her
sod those nearest to me, she will
always claim precedence where
over I go.
I may write again from another
The mooting at Dials closed last
Thursday with very good results,
Everybody enjoyed the meeting
more or less. The preaching ?vas
excellent. Bro. Carlisle did good
work among us. May we walk as
he has walked that wo may meet
him 'over there," where parting
will bo no move.
Uncle Isaac Armstrong died last
Sunday morning, the 9th, nt six
o'clock. The old gentleman was
in his eighty-ninth year. He bore
ids sickness with patience. "Thou
art gone but not forgotten."
William W11 banks und family,
of Piedmont, also Clayton B?r
det t and wlto visited relatives at
Dials last w eek.
Willis Yenrgln was yery badly
hurt last week while trying to
guide a loaded wngon down a steep
hill by tho tongue,
Q, L. Robertson Is captain of our
Loafer's Club. Captain George
says he gets the leaf every time.
Union of 1st section of Beedy
Hi vor Association will meet with
Union Church, Friday before thju
lifth Sabbath In this month at 10
1st. Devotional exorcises by J,
H. Doyd. Query 1st, IIo,v should
a church net towards members
who fail to attond church und also
neglect fo contribute to the sup
port of the church? Opened by S.
Query Und, Do pastors of
churches owe any duties to their
congregations besides preaching
tho gospel and presiding over
Church conferences? If so, what
nre they? Opened by Jas. W,
Query Od, Are church members
doing their duty in the Sunday
School work? If not, why not?
Sunday morning 0.00 A. M., Sun
day School mass mooting. Speak
ers to bo appointed by the Union.
II A. M. missionary sermon by
L. M ARTIN, Mod.
! Jas. A. Madden, Sec'y.
As soon as you discover any
falling of Ilio hair or graynoss al
ways uso Hall's Hair Renewor to
tono up tho secretions and provent
baldness or grayness.
A Colored Man on the Ministry.
LAI i RISKS, 8. C.\
Aug. 14, '?1 S
Wo beg leave for space In your
columns to Insert this, If possible.
Thero is a great deal of complaint
being made concerning the colored
ministers, especially in this county,
being so expensive. We have in
this county between sixty and sev
enty-flvo ministers (colored.) We
pay to them a standing salary
from $150 to $200 each, every year,
which amounts to no les than
$9,760 every twelve months.
Besides that we pay to a good
many of them $10 per month for
the support of their families; con
sequently tho total amount would
be between $13000 and $14000 at
the expiration of twelvo months.
Therefore, paying this unnecessary
amount causes many poor children
to suffer for want of necessities,
which they could have had.
The ministers say that they arc
compollcd to have this salary, if
not they can't preach, they can't
support their wives and send their
children to school, and that they
can't buy such clothing as required
for a minister to wear. When they
expect all this from peoplo that
are not na able to work as they are,
what do they think will become ol
them and their childron ? We havo
several old men and women that
can hardly make a support for
themselves much less for those
uble, strong,so-called ministers and
their wives. It is very seldom
you hear their (tho poor, helpless
class) m.mes called during their
meetings. After preaching is over
they generally eall for a largo col
lection for the support of their fam
ilies and when they think they
havo got tho last ? cents that
the audience possosses, then they
ask for a collection for the poor,
consequently the poor get nothing.
Then tho ministers and stewards
say that they have discharged their
duty, when they know that they
have drained the pockets of their
members and all that they could
get out of the congregation. There
fore, the poor and needy ones are
left in u worso condition than be
fore. We do earnestly beg the en
tiro community to take better care
of their own families. Feed, clothe
and educate your own children and
wo assure you that you will get
along a great deal better.
It the wives and children of our
ministers would work themselves,
they would not be eternally beg
ging. Wo believe In educating
our own children, not other peo
All that we have to do is to unite
and declare that we will not stand
it any longer, and we will see how
much moro we will have to distrib
ute among our own children. Start
the ball rolling and divide the
yarn. "COLORED OBSERVER."
Cross Hill Notes.
Children's day at Liberty Springs
was a success as far as tho speeches
and recitation and music was con
cerned but the rain sadly inter
fered witli tho social part of the
The meeting at Liberty Springs
closed on Thursday. Thero were
live additions to tho church and
we trust much other good in the
reviving and spiritualizing the
members of tho church.
Thero has been a large number
of visitors in tho town for tho past
Mrs, Lucy McOowan and family,
of Laurens, have beon visiting the
family of Dr. McSwain and others.
The Misses Simpson, of Edge
field, neices of Cov. Tillman, nre
visiting the family of N. 13. Daven
Ctipt Den Matthews and family
have been visiting W. IL Friller.
John Young and sister, Miss
Lulu, of Abbeville, have been vis
iting the family of Dr. McSwain
Mrs. Dr. Ellis, of Kdgcfield, is
visiting her mothei, Mrs. Miller
and other relatives.
Ex-Governor Lubbock and wife,
ot Texas, aro visiting tho family of
Dr. j. II. Miller.
Numerous others are visiting
our town on pleasure and business
but we have not space to mention
all by name.
There lias been a deal of sickness
lately. A son of A. 1). Owens has
been very ill but is now convales
Mrs. John C. McOowan lia^ been
vory ill but It is hoped that there
is a change for tho better and we
hope she will soon bo well.
dipt. M. S. Boyce has been in
tho hospital for a week, but It Is
reported that ho will bo dis
charged in a day or two.
The wife of W. H. Turner has
been very sick but at this time is
Cross Hill Is still on a boom.
Buildings aro going up as if by
magic and the old houses are being
renovated and painted, Our town
council are having some good work
done on tho streets, and when wo
consider that it has only been ten
months smco the first train rolled
over the railroad and only Hoven
months sinco tho town was incor
porated, it is astonishing how
mach has been done, and wo are
made confident of the future great
ness of our town.
With six stores in full blast and
two more in tho near future and
several residences under contract,
(hoss Hill Is not to be laughed at
as a town.
"A prlllk Fit for Yo Gods."
Lovers of a fruit juico beverage
find a pure, wholcsomo and delight
fully refreshing drink in Tho Spec
ialty Co's Apple and Peach Cider
Crape and Florida Orango Julep,
Itaspberry and Pinoapplo Julee.
Bo sure that you ask for The Spe
ciallaty Co's Goods. Tho Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and 29 Will
liamson St.-, Ofllce, 107 Bay St. Sa
On July 0 the earth Is farthor
away from the sun than at any
Ayer's Hair Vigor restores color
and vitality to weak and gray hair.
Through its healing and cleansing
qualities, it prevents the acoumu*
lation of dandruff and cures all
scalp dlsoases. The best hair-dress
ing ever made and by far the most
When Baby vu Blck, wo gare her Cutorla,
When ihewiia Child,eh? cried for Caatorla.
When she became Mtes, she clung to Castorla.
When rtis bad Cblldrw, she fare Uiem CMtorl*.
Tbe Union of the 3d Section of
Reedy River Association wi.M meet
with the Holly Grove churcll, Fri
day before tbe fifth Sunday in (his
month at 11 o'clock.
1. Pray or and praise meeting,
conducted by C. K. Hale. 2d.
Organization. 3d. Introductory
sermon by Rev. H. Fowler. Alter
nate, T. F. Campbell. Query No. 1.
What should be done with church
members who 1st do not attend
church ; 2nd, do not contribute ; 3d,
do not identify themselves with
the church in the community where
thoy livo? Opened by Thos. F.
Jones, W. W. Groen. J. H. Whar
ton. Query No. 2, Tho need of a
circulating library in every Baptist
Sunday-School. Speakers H. Fow
ler, B. F. Corley. No. 3. Are the
Baptist churches in South Caroli
na under obligation to support and
sustain our State Mission Board, if
not, why not? J. B. Parrot, Thos.
F. Campbell. No. 4. Is tho Lord's
Supper a church or a denomina
tional ordiance? lt. F. Corley.
No. 5. Hat questions
Sunday, 9.30 a. m. Sunday
School by the Union. 11 o'clock
Missionary Sermon by B. F. Cor
ley. Alternate, J. 1?. Parrott.
Afternoon. Sunday-school Mas
meeting, Speakers, \V. P. Turner,
E. P. Jones, H. Fowlor.
J. H. Wharton, Mod.
* J. A. Martin, Socy.
Syrup of Figs
Produced from tho laxative and
nutritious juico of California tigs
combined with tho medicinal vir
tues of plants known to bo most
beneficial to tho human system,
acts gently on tho kidneys, liver
and bowels, effectually cleansing
the system, dispelling colds, and
headaches, and curing habitual
"Paraciticido" euros itch in 30
minutes. Price ?Octs. Sold by Dr.
E, M. Caine, Laurens, 8. C.
If we can't make life happy, we
may at all events make it inter
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels cold?, 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 tho stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy ana agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for salo in fiOc
and $1 bottles by ail leading drug
gists. Any roliable druggist who
may not have it on band will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
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Wholesale and Retail
Having bought t lie stock of
Drugs, etc. of both Dr. B. F. Posey
and Dr. C. L. Poole I will conduct a
Wholesale and Retail
business at the stand formerly oc
cupied by Dr. Posey. Goods will
be ordered in quantity from New
York and a large and complete
stock of the following goods will
be found constantly on hand:
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
FANCY and TOILET ARTI
CLES, LAMPS and LAMP
CHIMNEYS, PAPER and
PENS, INK, ETC.
Dr. C. L. Poole will bo with me
and will be glad to serve his for
mer friends and customers.
Dr. Arthur L. Pride of Knox
ville, Tenn. an experienced Phar
maceutist will have charge of the
Prescriptions will 1)0 carefully
filled either day or night.
a share of the public patronage
is respectfully solicited.
E. M. CAINE, M.D.
Laurens, Aug. io?Jt
state oi. so ?rn i ca r?l?
County of Laurhns?'
has applied to nn
These arc t
dred and cv
to be an?
THEY AXiLi SAY
That for purifying the blood, strengthening the appetite, re
moving that tired feeliug, and building up tho aystom, Ayer'o
Sarsaparilla is the best. No other blood medicine is so rapid
in its effects nor so permanent in its results.
" I was a great sufferer from a low
condition of the blqpd and genenil de
bility, liecomhiK finally so reduced tliat
1 Has unfit for work. Nothing that 1
did tor the complaint helped me so
much as Ayer's S.usnparilia, a few DOt>
ties of willed restored me to health and
strength. 1 take ever)' opportunity to
recommend this nrnllelne In similar
eases."?C. Kvlck, ii Kast Main St.,
"Sometime ag? i found my system
entirely run down. 1 dad a feeling of
constant fatigue and languor and very
little ambition f?>r any kind or effort. A
friend advised me to try Ayer's SarsApa
ri 11a, willed I did with Die dest results.
It has done me more good than all
other medicines 1 dave ever used."? V.
Mellows, ire Broadway, Chelsea, Mass.
"My Constitution is naturally delieate,
but somo lime ago l became so weak
and languid that 1 was unable to per
form my work, which Is mental. A flue
eruption, which gave much trouble and
distress, made its appearance on my
skin. The physicians1 proscriptions
proving of no avail, I was induced to
try Ayer's Karsapai ilia, and soon my
strengtd returned nntl my skin resumed
its natural appearance. I'm* a tonic,
blood ?purifier, and general health
restorer, l can heartily recommend
Ayer's Sarsaparlllu." ? Miss Maggie
O'Neill, K. Nodowny, Iowa.
" I use Ayer's Sarsaparilla with great
satisfaction in my family, and can rec
ommend II t<> all who "lave the care of
young and delicate children." ? Mrs.
"AhOUt a year ago I began using Ayer's
Sarsnparilla as a remedy tor debility and
neuralgia resulting from malarial exposuro
hi the army. 1 was In a very bad condi
tion, but six bottles of the Sarsaparllln,
with occasional doses of Ayer's rills, havo
greatly improved my health. I am now
able to work, and feel that I caimot say
too much for your excellent remedies."?
K. A. rinkham, South Moluncus, Me.
" I have suffered for years from a low
condition of the blood and general debil
ity, and have dad such severe pains In my
back and shoulders that It was impossible
at times to do any work. I was greatly
helped by a few bottles of Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and take every opportunity to
?? i ? '? of my euro to those who aro afflicted
as 1 was."?William 1*. Stearns, 9 Free st.,
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla das a well-deserved
reputation in this locality for restoring to
healthy, vigorous action the vital organs
Of the body When they have become weak
ened or exhausted. I dave used it in my
family for tills purpose, especially after
tde system dad become depleted from
malarial attacks."?Charles C. Hamilton,
"After years of experience as a druggist,
during Which lime I dave seen, dandled,
and heard of blood-purifiers almost with
out number, l can conscientiously say that,
for genuine merit, l regard Ayer's Sarsa
parilla as without a rival. Tills medicine
has always inspired and deserved confi
dence, aiid at no time das it ever dad so
great a hold upon the public as at the
present day."?George Linnen, Dispensing
Chemist, 40 Sherman avc, Newark, N. J.
general health) stands at tde dead of tde
Joseph McCoinbor, Brooklyn, N. Y.
"Ayer's Sarsnparilla, for building up tde
list."?James M. Williams, M. !>., Simmer, Ark.
"J dave for many years recommended Ayer's Sarsaparilla as being superior to all older
blood-purifiers."?.Viani Llvczey, M. !>., Vardley, l'a.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists.
Prico $1. Six bottles, ?55. Worth $0 a bottlo.
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LV Nowbo -ry 1> 00 a lu
" Clinton 10 05 a 'ii
Ar Lauion i U 62 a m
Lv Lnurous 5 16 P ??
Ar Clinton 0 00 p m
New berry 8 40 p in
No. fib No, ?13.
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Lv Columbia 10 l> n m 11 10 am
Ar Uuiou 12 88 o in
Ar Spartauburg 1 55 p m
ArTryon 3 00pm
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Ar Hciidorsonvillel p ill
Ar A sho vi I In ."? 17 o hi
Ar Hot Springs (> 40 p in
Lv Faint Kock 5 50 p in
Lv Moriistown 7 15 p m
Lv Kuoxvlllo 8 80 p in
Ar Cincinnati 10 15 p m
Lv l'rospority 12 88 a in
Lv Newuorry 12 57 a in
Ar Nlnoty-Six 2 l;"> p in
L\ Ninety-Six 2 85 i> In
Lv Croon wo >d 2 60 p m
Ar Abbeville i uo p in
A .? Helton i ID p in
Lv Helton 4 23 p III
" Pelzer i i- p >u?
?? Piedmont 6 (>o p hi
Ar Greenville f? 4i) p m
Ar Anderson 5 -IS p in
Ar Pendleton 0 40 p n?
Ar Sonnen 7 25 p m
Lv Senooa 7 65 i> in
Ar Walhalla 8 '.!."> p m
Ar Atlanta 12 30 n?t
(No. r.i.lHSNo. tlO.
Lv Helton 11 2.? p 111
Ar Helton 5 (T> p 111
Lv Pelaer 12 63 p in l 2s p m
Lv Piedmont ?1 10 p Ul 4 11 P m
Ar Greenville 112*10 p m
Lv Groenvllio 3 33 p in
No. ti l. No. ?10.
Lv Walhalla u 45 a m]
Lv Soneea |H> 17 a 111
Lv l'endlotnu] 10 5"> 11 m
Lv Anderson 11 as a in
Lv Greenville not) am
Lv Piedmont 11 85 am
Lv Polzor 11 52 a 111
Ar Holton 12 20 a in
Lv Holton 1 12 25 a 111
Ijv Abbovillo 12 :t."> 11 m
Lv Orconwood 1 43 pin
Ar Nlnoty-Six 2 05 p 111
Lv Ninety-Six 1) 2 2"> |> 111
Lv Nowborry :t 12 |> in
Ar Prosperity [4 tn) p ui
Lv Cincinnati ,s*tK) p 111
K uoxvllle a r> p in
'* Moriistown !? 2~> p 111
" Paint Hock 11 55 |> 111
Ar Hot Springs 12 28 a III
Ar Ashovillo 1 ">") a m
Lv Ashovillo . . 2 00 a in
Lv llendersonvillci . ? .1 01 am
Lv Plat Kock :t 1(5 a 111
Lv Saluda 3 11 11111
Ijv Tryon 1 17 a 111
Lv Spartanburg 5 30 a 111
Lv Union [U 21) am
Lv Columbia 5 30 pm 8 50 a in
Ar Charleston 0 30 p 1U 12 60 a 111
No. -i 17 No. tl8.
Lv Prosperity s 60 a in Ars to p in
Ijv Nowborry 0 07 n in Ar 8 00 p in
Ijv Ninety-Six 10 22 a in
Ar Ninety-Six 0 ">2 p In
Lv Greenwood 10 45 a in Ar (> 22 p in
Ar Abbovillo 11 55 a m Lv 5 15 pm
Ar Helton 12 16 a Ul LiV i 00 p m
Ar Anderson 12 60 p 111 Lv 8 bit p 111
Lv (ioluinhia' <> 00 p in
Lv Prosperity 17 2s p m
" Nowborry 7 p in
" Clinton ii os p ni
Ar Laurons U 46 p 111
Lv Laurens I) 20 a m
" Clinton (J 52 a m
" Nowborry H05a<ti
Ar Prosperity s is a in
41 Columbia !> 10 a 111
?Daily, 1 Daily except Sundays.
Pullman sleeper on trains 15 nnd l<>
between Charleston, S. C. and Cincin
nati, Ohio via Atlantic Coast Line Co
lumbia, Asheville, Paint Hock, Morris
lihvii, Knoxvillo, JjJolllca and .luuctioii
^Tickets on salo at p. ineipal SUuT?nsJlO
Jas. L. Tavi.ok, ?PU. Pass. AgOllt,
i). Ca 11 nwKi.i., i). P. A., Columbia.
Son. ii.xas. Tratlio Manager,
POUT RO V AL & WESTERN
IN EFFECT JULY ?, 1891,
7?th Meridian Time.
SOUTH BOUND?main Lim:.
Lv Spartanburg "3 20 i> in 1<i 10 a m
" woodruff 4 25pm [823am
u Knoree 1 45 p ni y 00 a m
" Laurens 515 p m
" Waterloo 5 '1(5 p m
" Coronaea (5 00 p in
" croon wood 0 25 pm
" Anderson 8 b"> p in
" McCormiok 7 10 p m
Ar Augusta 10 00 pm
Savannah (i 10 a in
?? Jacksonville 1200 n
NORTH HOUND?Main Link.]
Lv Jacksonville '?I 10 p m
" Savannah 11 30 p m
" Augusta 7 2(i a in
?? McCormiok 5? 83 a 111
?* Groonwood 1045 a in
" Coronaea 11 03 a 111
? Waterloo 11 24 a 111
Ar Laurons 11 66 a m
Lv Laurens 11 55 a in 3 40 p ni
Ar Knoroo 12 25 p ni 1 i") p in
" WoodrutV 1 05 p in 5 2") p m
" Spartanburg I CO pin 045 pin
NORTHBOUND ohkknvillk iirancu
Lv Lau r on a *12 15 p m ifi.'toa m
Ar Grayoourt 12 40 pin 7 18am
fountain Inn 1255 pm 7 55 a in
Slmpsonvillo 1 07 p m H 18 a m
" Groonvillo 1 ?"?> p m O.Oain
Lv Groonvillo i<? 20 a in 3 00 pin
" BiniHonvillo 10 40am 8 44 pm
" Fountain Inn 11 on a 111 4 00 ,i 111
" Grayoourt 11 17am 1 20pin
Ar Laurens 11 -10 a 111 5 00 p in
"Dally. ' Daily ex. SillldflV
Connection made at Spartanburg with
s. nnd A, It. K. At Croon wood with c.
A <;. It, It. At Augusta with Georgia
[tailroad lor the west.
Tickets on sale at l'ort Hoya! ?V West
ern Carolina Kail Way depot lor all points
at cheap through rates and bagg'tgO
Ohcckod to destination.
For further Information relalivo to
Schedules, Kates, Hest Konto,etc., write
or call on
w. .1. chad;, p. a.
SOL II ASS. t. M.
JAS. L. TAYLOIt, <J. P, Ai
Fur maps, time tables and chuap lattfl
write to K. W. Hunt, t. p, a.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukens?Pito?