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LAURENS, 8. O., Aug. 26th, 189!.
Will there be any more g. g*a or b. d'b
Mr. Jeaso Vance nas entered ti,0
Southern Express service.
Mrs. W. II. Pool and son, of Unlol,
bavo boon visiting in Laurens.
Tbomaa Watts Is at home from Nowi
Mrs. J. Warren Shell expects to leav*
for Toxas this woek to visit her sons.
Mr. T. W. Wright and Mrs. S. BarroU
loavofor Jackson. Miss., to-day.
Eov. W. H. Atkinson will proneii iu
the Presbyterian Ohuroh next Sunday.';
Miss Hattio Jonos has returnod fron'
Mrs. Lizzio Barrett, of Mississippi, is
visiting her mother, Mrs. E. C. Watta.
Col. B. W. Ball went to (Ireenyill
Friday to attend theU. H. Circuit Court
Charley Grlflllu, the traveling man o
the News and Courlor, was in the city
Mr. Young Vanoo entertained his
friends with a dollghtful party last
Fon Sale?I offor my Corbett placo
and Jorsoy property for sale. Terms
easy. N. R. Dial.
Mra. C. D. Barksdale and little daugb.
tor, Laura, aro visiting in Galnoevllle, I
Oa. _ ?
prices at the Canning Factory. Great
We saw an opon boll of cotto.. Oils
morning Irom Mr. Max Zarok's planta
In ten yotrs northern South Carolina
wilt bo one of tho leading grapo grow
ing sections of America. It ought to be.
Sevoral two room housos to rent at two
dollars per room por month.
_W. W. BALL^
Mrs. H. Y. Simpson and Miss Leila
Wllkes left for Washington, D. C, last
Thursday. Thoy will visit their brother,
Mr. Thomss Wilkos.
Capt. Shell loft yesterday for Salom,,
N. C, carrying his two daugbtors,
Misses Sallle and Nannlo, who will
onter collego there.
Miss Hattio Friorson loaves to-day for
Floronco, Ala. Sho will bo accompa
nied by ker mother as far as Spartan
Froe tuition at first class graded
schools will be an inducement lo many
of our country friends to come to town.
Thoy oan all find houses In Laurens.
The city council is doing woll in mac
adamizlng the stroots. Souk, assuranco
of further progress towards electric
lights and waterworks Would be ap
plauded by tho people.
Tho Canning Factory is again id, work.
It only wants tomatoos, okra and
poaches but it wanta thorn in enormous
quantities. Let ovorybody oring thorn
ltt by bushels and bnrrela.
Mrs. Boyd and Miss Sara Ball aro at
homo from Olonns. That dollghtful
watoring placo Is still tbrongod with
visitors. Tho accommodations aro hot
ter thau over.
An interest lug communication was
rccelvod at tbN oflico last wc&k unac
ccmpnnlod by the siguutnro of tho au
thor. Publication is thereforo with
held for tho present.
Messrs J. D. Watts and Allon Flem
ing, tho popular cotton buyers, leave
this woek for Houston, Tox. They
will handle tho staplo in tho Lono Star
State for tho season.
It may not be anybody's lault In par
ticular but tho public Is greatly incon
venlouced by the want of a bridgo ovor
Little Rlyor on Main Stroet. Somotking
must be done.
Dr. Wm. M. Grlor, president of Krs
kine Collego, preached in tho Prosby
torlan church Sunday morning and
evening. Both sermons were ablo and
eloquent ; worthy Of tho distinguished
Mr. G yiluff has bought Mr. Austin
Brain lotl's place In Jersoy and will
move to town with his family. They
will moot with a cordial welcome from
Mrs. Richardson's boarding house is
now opon. It is now, airy and comfort
able. Everybody knows that it will bo
Icept In tho very best style, it will bo
a delightful stopping place.
An excursion to Athens, Ga., over tho
Georgia, Carolina nnd Northern railroad
will bo run on <t. 0. Round trip
tickets irom Cl' n will bo sold for
?'Citizens'' communication relative to
tho Tumbling Shoals Bridgo calls lo
mind tho observation to be hoard
on all sides that more work on the pub
lio roads is badly needod.
Dr. Thou. v. Jones, ot Kingston, Ga.,
brother of Mr. J. Willie Jones, was in
tho city Sunday. Dr. Jonos is a native
of Laurens and has largo numbers of
friends, who woro pleased to see him
Wouldn't it bo a good idea for tho
County Surylvor's Association to havo
a grand reunion? ' ml at such meeting
it would be a still hotter Idea to
fltftrt a movement to erect a monument
to tho memory of the dead Confede
rate soldiers who went from Laurens.
We have received the premium list of
the State Fair. The fair will open Nov.
13th. Tho exhibition this year promises
to bo marked with the incroase in suc
cess aud importance that has from year
to year characterized all prcccoding
"Down at the dopots, there aro no
comfortable and convenient waiting
rooms for passengers such as there
should be," is the latest "kick'' from a
prominent citizen. He says that iu
some reapocts, tho railroads have very
little consideration for popular wonts
and rights. ?
Mra. MoCaalan and Miss Elina McCas
Ian will open a private school at the fe
male Collego on tho 7th of September
prox., to continue until the opening of
the graded schools. The reputation of
these ladies insures thorough training
and the school, filling tho intorval until
the free schools commenco, will
i>o very useful to the peoplo. Miss
Rookie MoCaslan will teach music.
The region in the rear of the Aovkr
TisnRofnoe1- " *?dng to the senses
/af si"' re isn't the
v and health
o take an af
nlaes. In a
> there Is no
Ion of filth in
.. '?-* V'.'-.'t
the Und m.Wrl!l^voek. lie says that
the soil or tbe Mountain City is very
expensive atufl'. Perhaps lots soil ac
cording to their height above sea level
and If there is anything in the popular
idea, Greenville Is noarer Heavon than
?ny (own in the ?t?te with the posslblo
exceptio a of Walhalla.
W? ?uTRgoat that a telephono lino con
be built 'to connect Laurens with tho
telograph| oflico at Clinton or somowhore
else. Hueth an arrangoinout would be
far more (convenient than this thing of
having tol walk a quarter of a mile in
order to gfct a dispatch off. It Is ahamo
ful in tho Western Union Company not
to give Laiirons an up-town oflleo. Wo
are afraid that Jay Gould is wofully
lacking in jhropor respoct for us anyhow.
Tho LauJikns Advkhtiskii has a pe
culiarly attractive habit of talking good
sense witffout regard to conscquoncos
which la veVy refreshing In those lattor
days when pjolicy seoms to have secured
a dead drop<jm patriotism.
In vlow off this tondoncy on tho part
of our contomporary, wo aro not sur
prised to nr?d its last I ssuo muklnu a
strong argument in favor or smnllcr
con nties.?G r?c ti wood Obaervt
Married, Aug. 23d, 1891, nt the res
idence ot' tho bride's father by tho Itov.
W. P. Jacobs, I). I)., Mr. ESvY. McQuOwn
to Miss Mary 1?:. Benjamin, all of Lau
j rens county, si. C. The groom Is Slocum
GUson, our llvfcly and wide awako cor
respondent frcjni Long Branch, ono of
tho Advertiser's best friends. Tho
Advertiser Congratulates him and
wishes for I,im and his bride long life,
Joy nnd prosperity.
We havo a curiloslty of tho times that
tried men's souls In IFG2. It Is a promiso
to pay or the (I r nomination of fifty fonts,
issued by Mr. Jliol P. .Smith, a promt
! nont merchant oT that day at Browerton
in this county, And bears tho dato Dec
I ember 1802. E\jory man of that day
who had a dollar in gold or silvor
clutched It liko Arim death, and theso
promises to pay, iksuod for convenience,
were readily tak|en by Mr. Smith's
The town of cVoss 111)1 in Laurons
,county is soon to have a now business
firm, and Greenwood is lo loso a most
worthy young math. On Soptombcr 1st
Mr. Jno. Simmon^, who Is uow with
Mr. Wallor Cameron In bis Now York
store, and>is brofhor, Mr. Win. Sim
mons, will opon upt a goncral merchan
dise business at Cross Hill. Tho young
bien havo had considerable experience
Ss salesmen, and tblsro can bo no doubt
Hut that they will stioceod in their now
Undertaking. Cross, Hill is to be hoart
i(y congratulated upon its good fort one.
Greenwood Observer, j
He's Gono Where thtl Had Niggers Go.
? lohn Froderlck, a }-ouug nogro, was
brought hero j'ostor jay by his father
a?id turned oyor to Sheriff Ballew. Ho
i?J charged with lotting a white man
hBilled Wallaco on tbd head with a rock
o'nd crushing his skull thereby causing
8>' serious wotind. " Tho nllair occurred
"bar Vaughnsvillo in rV?wboriy county
a?>d Sheriff Hallow haying plenty ot such
alj-oady on Band ( hon^o product) will
tujm him over to Nowburry's Sheriff.
, Attention! biuirciiR (Juards;
The U. S. regulatiOfJ^iniforms will bo
i^colvod by mo in a fo^ days for dis
tribution. A*C0trtpt as41l'tai taken TrcWY
oach man, and upon failuro to attend
drill regularly or to pay the fines for ab
801100, tho tfamo of tho offender will
ho droppod from tho roll, and a return
of tho Uniterm demanded under the
statutes rogulating tho S. C. Militia.
w. w. Kennedy,
Change of Stand.
Holland and Fowlor, grooers, now oc
cupy tho room vacated by T. It. ROOVOS,
two doors South of tho ADVERTISER
oflico, it having boon completely over
hauled and repaired. Tho store is stock
ed with a full and choico line of heavy
and fancy grocorios and tho propri dors
make It a point to koop tho freshest
crackors, Iruits, canned goods and oon
foctlons. All things considered, there is
no nicor storo or bottor firm In town to
Drugstores Change Hands Again.
It was rumored Saturday that Dr. Caino
had sold out tho two drug storos, ono of
which he rocontly bought from Dr. C. L.
Poolo and tho othor of Dr. B. P. Posoy
to Dr. C. L. Poolo.
On yostorday, tho I rado was consum
mated. So it turns out that both of
theso popular storos arc to bo ownod and
controlled by Dr. Poolo, a livo young
business man undor whom they aro
suro to piospor.
The Classical Institute.
Tho cllnton Classical Instituto will
opsn on tho 7th of September for tho
It has splondld facililios for Imparting
a liberal oducatlon. Tho classics,
French, Old Knglish aro all taught. Be
sides tboso thoro is a book-kooping de
partment undor Prof. Brunson, who Is
also toachor of military scionco.
Miss Sadie Manly, of (Irconylllo, con
tinues as teacher of modern languagos
and bollos lettres.
As Chairman, I am roquostod to con
veno tho Lnurons County Allianco on
Tuosday, 1st of Soptomber noxt, at Lau
rens C. H., to moot and hoar Mr. J. A.
Sllgh on innttors of great interest and
importance to our order.
Tho sub-alliances, whoso timo will
admit, are request ed to elect delegates;
othorwiso, tho delegates to last quarterly
mooting will please attend. All mem
bers of the Alliance in good standing
aro earnestly requested to bo prosont.
a. 0. Fuiii.br, Pres?
What tho Sheriff tins on Hand.
Loo and Jno. Sullivan and Wado
Boyd, colored, woro sent to jail for as
sault and battory by Justice Barksdalo
last week. They dwolt in tho neighbor
hood of Thomas Cross Koads and tho
Demon of Discord golting iu among
them on a Sunday night thoy got wroth
Then thoro was war but no ono has
died or Is bkoly to. Mr. Barksdalo also
sent up Isaac Dial, anothor darkey, for
violation of contract. Tho county jail
is dally growing In tho ostoom of tho
colored public as a summer hotol. Now
there aro twonty-ono within its portals
all of whom indulgo the pernicious habit
Of eating three meals a day.
To tho Grand Jury of Laurens county:
The County Commissioners of Lanrons
county respectfully ask that all or as
many of thorn as can to moet Ihom In
the Commissioners' ofYleoon salosd-.iy In
September next. M. L. BuiitVOOK,
A perfect complexion free from
pimple or blemish, la very rarely
seen, because few people have per
fectly pure blood. And yot, all
disfiguring eruptions aro easily re
moved by the use of Ayer's Sarsa
parille. Try It and surprise your
friends with tho result,
H. B. Randolph, Brunswick, Ga.,
writes: "X was undor tho caro of
nine different doctorn, but not ono
did me the good that Botanic Balm
' has elope me."
Tho Presbyterian College of S. C.
A now eourso has bcon introduced
luto the College curriculum since the
publication o/ tho catalogue, and a noat
oiroular showing tho purpose and in
tent of tho course has been printed by
the Faculty^ Tho course consists of
book-keoping, couinioreial, law and bus
iness arithmetic, and will be thoroughly
and elaborately taught by Prof. Spencer,
who is now taking the course in com
mercial scionco at Smith's Business
College at Loxingtou, Ky. This cnurso
will bo ullowcd as a substitute fox
French in the Bachelor of b'clonco de
grees. Also a spociul courso including
this important brunch will bo arrangod
for thoso 8',udonts wlio will not havo
tho opportunity of taking a full collogo
course. This fills a long felt nood in tho
educational lacilllios of the town. A
thorough business couso may now be
had at homo without tho oxponso of
going several hundred miles to n busi
Miss P.ndorn Bright, toachor in tho
primary school at tho collogo, sent in
hor resignation to tho Hoard one day
last wook, and recommended as hor
successor Miss iiirdio Auatin, of Lewis*
burg, W. Va. Other porsons also sent
testimonials in behalf or Miss Austin,
so that tho Hoard cloctod hor at ones to
tho vacancy. Thoso who aro in a po
sition to know say tho rocommoiid
atlons ol this young lady aro ttio host
over brought before tho Hoard for con
sideration. Many friends will roirrot to
know that Miss Hrlght will not. return
to Clinton.?Olinton Gazette.
A Wanderer's Return*
The roadcrs of tho a ijvkutiskii will
rcmomber how in tho month of Juno
Coroner Sloan went down into Jacks
Township, dug from tho gravo in which
it had lain bin co Sept. 1881), tho body ol
a nogro named William Roster and im
pnnolod a jury of inquest. Tho sub
stance of tho testimony and the vordlot
of tho jury was that Itostor came to his
death from a blow on tho houd at tho
bands of Ralo Diokaon.
Governor Tillman ofTored a reward of
?fi?.OO tor Dlckson. Last Saturday, A.
M. Robinson, marshal of Lauronoeville,
Qwinnot county, Ca., brought him in.
Diokaon hud been working at a hotel
in LaurencoviUo. Ho submitted quietly
when arrested and-at llrst denied any
knowledge of tho cause of tho arrest.
Afterwards ho admitted tho killing, but
claimed that it was in solf defence.
A truo bill against DioksOU was found
at tho last form ot* Court.
A Homo Institution.
Our local enterprises cannot make
money and llonrish without liberal,
hearty support from our people. They
must havo it to livo.
The Laurens Steam Laundry Is one
of the most useful public conveniences
ovor possessed by this community. No
Laundry any whore surpasses it in qual
ity of work and low can equal it. Hc
sldes tho laundry oxorcises a whole
some inlluenco ujion tho vexed servant
question. It will bo gonornlly admitted
that tho Laundry is indispensable.
Now tho Laundry ought to rccoivo
more custom. To bo sure its prices aro
somo higher than thoso of washer
women but the work is far superior.
It is to the interest of our pcoplo to
pntronixo the Laundry oven at a little
OXtra oxponso. Public pride and pub*
-Uo_snii:H-*i<m>nu<i it. Tho Anvi:nrtsi:u
bollO 'os that every one, especially stock
holders, bbould send somo work to tho
Miss <>ra Hurgess, daughter of Mrs.
RobocT*4j Hurgess and tho lalo O. .Hur
gess, was married Wednesday morning
to Prof. h. L. Smith, principal of the
High School at Norwood, N. C. Tho
wedding, which was attended only by
intimate friends and relativos, occurred
at Mr. J. Warron Shell's rcsidenco, Mrs.
Shell being an aunt of tho bride, Kov.
J, 1). Piits performed tho ceremony;
after winch tho newly married couple
look the noon train for their fuluro
home in N. C.
Tho bride is a strikingly handsomo
nnd highly educated and accomplished
young lady; and these qualities togothor
with an amiable disposition havo given
her an enviable place In tho esteem of
tho pcoplo of Laurens. Tho Aovkuh
sun wishes Mr. and Mrs. Smith Unfall*
ingjoy throughout their lives.
Laurens has been and is considerably
agitated concerning tho weathor. On
all sidos citizens are accosting each
other with '? Is iL hot enough lor you?"
and In nearly all casrs tho question
moots with a hearty alllrmatlvo re
sponse. While thoro aro as yot no indi
cations that the world's supply is going
to fail, tho interest which the average
man fouls in his neighbor's calorie
In fact, tho weather is receiving more
than its usual share of public attention.
At ail points of tho public square, in
and out of places of business, it is dis
cussed constantly?-aometimos seriously
and so.nolinios flippantly.
Tho condition of tho weather Is fairly
sottlod?a remark which wo hopo may
be applied to all our little accounts when
cotton bOHins to move.
An old physician, retired from prac
tice, having had placed in his hands by
an Fast India missionary tho formula of
a simple vogetablo romodoy for tho
speedy and permanent ouro of Consump
tion, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and
I all throat anu Lung AlVcetlons, also a
posilivo and radical euro for Norvous
Debility and all Nervous Complaints,
aftor having tosted its wonderful cura
tivo powors in thousands of cases, lias
folt it his duty 10 inako it known to his
Buffering follows. Actuated by this
niotivo and a dosiro to rolievo human
sulloring, I will send freo of charge, to
all who dosiro it, this recipo. in German,
Fronch or Foolish, with full directions
for preparing and living. Sent by mail
by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper, w. a. No yes, 820 Powers' Hlock
Kochestor, N. Y.
A Coin plaint.
E d tTon A dv bbt i s b h :
Wo havo waited six long months
for a now bridge at Tumbling
Shoals. Tho loth of August, the
contract said, we should havo one.
The time is out and the rock work
is not quite completed and thoro is
not a stick of frame timber in sight.
How long shall we wait lor a cross
sing at this place? Our people try
to bo serene this hot weather, but
are thinking right smart, and if
something is not done soon, there
will be bad words said about com
missioners, contractors and every
body else interested in the con
struction of tills bridge.
Pew children can bo induced to
..tako physic without a struggle,
and no wonder?most dm*, are
extremely nauseating. Ayor's
Pilln, on tho contrary, being sugar
coated, nre eagerly swallowed by
the little ones, nnd are, therefore,
'the favorilo family medicine.
The Reedy River Baptist Association
will convene with Bethabara Church,
two and a half miles Southwest of Cross
Hill, on Wednesday, the 2d day of Sep
tember. Delegates who contemplate
coming by rail will please notify W. P.
Turner at Spring Grove, or W. C.
Riser, Vaughanville, so that arrange
ments can be made to meet them at the
depot- The following assignment of
churches have been made, vis:
Bethel assigned to J. S. Hill.
Knoree and Lower DuncanB to George
First Newberry to Mrs. Rudd.
Second Nowberry, Mabynton and
Friendship, to J. L. Atcbison.
Mi. Zion to A. D. Owens.
Bush River to Milton Grant.
Fairviow to J. C. Hill, Sr.
Holly Grovo and Clinton to Silas
Waterloo and Hurricano to 8. IL Gog
Bcavcrdam to L. G." Griflin.
New Prospect to Willio Bryson.
Uppor Duncan to George Hanch.
Chestnut Ridgo nnd Princeton to
W. P. Turner.
Laurens to J. R. Boulwore.
Warrior Creek to J. C. Chapman.
Durban Creek to D. H. Hitt.
Henlali to Mason Hill.
Union to W. 8. Turner.
Mt. Pleasant to B. F. Grant.
Poplar Springs to J. B. Watts.
Rabun Creek to S. T. Coats.
Harmony to Eli Hill.
Highland Home to J. C. McGowan.
Cross Roads to W. S. Pitts.
Lanford to B. Goodman.
Frogs and Spring Lizards From Iiong
Branch by Slocum Gilson.
Tho picnic at Leesville came off
last Tuesday. Tho littie Gilsons
all attended and report a splendid
\V. A. McQuown, A. C. Bennet?
and J. T. Blukely and family at
tended the camp meeting at
Bethel, Greenville county last
R. O. Hnirston and T. B. Taylor
havo both been quite sick with
fever, but aro better at this lime.
S. J. Todd and sister, Miss Bes
sie, spent a few days in Nowberry
We are having quite a building
boom in this section now. Mr. B.
Bally und Miss Snllic Bell are both
putting up now dwellings nnd
nave them under good headway.
Wo wonder why Miss Sallie is
building such a tine house so sud
J. T. Blnkely has ids new store
house well under wny and will bo
just ready for tho fall trade.
Wo aro having nice showers
now and crops are looking flue.
Query No. 1. Why do preachers,
lawyers and merchants all have to
go to tho mountains in tbe sum
Union of 1st section of Reedy
ltivcr Association will meet with
Union Church, Friday before tho
fifth Sabbath in this month at 10
1st..Devotional exercises by J.
R. Boyd. Query 1st, Ho./ should
a church act towards members
who fail to nttend church and also
neglect to contribute to tho sup
port of the church? Opened by S.
Query 2nd, Do pastors of
churches owe any duties to their
congregations besides preaching
tho gospel nnd presiding over
church conferences? If so, what
aro they? Opened by Jas. W
Query 3d, Aro church members
doing their duty in the 8unday
School work ? If not, why not ?
Sunday morning 9..'10 A. M., Sun
day School mass meeting. Speak
ers to bo appointed by tbe Union.
IIA. M. missionary sormon by
Ij. MARTIN, Mod.
Jas. A. Madden, Sec'y.
J. (J. Sullivan and Andrew Swln
ney will burn a kiln of brick in a
few days. They will bo for sale.
Wo understand that tho Missos
Abercromblo havo sold their in
terest in the Ksquiro Abercrombie
Mill to Mr. Jasper Martin. II
will be run hereafter by Mahaffey
Mrs. M. A. Bolt has beautified
her cottage by adding to it a stove
Tbe good ladies of this vicinity
are drying fruit.
A now set of steps is tho latest
improvement made by some of the
membership to Rabun church.
An interesting meeting lasting
several days has just been closed
at Rabun. Thero were twelve ac
cessions to tho church.
A phrenologist has been phre
nologi/.ing the craniums of this
placo recently. On Dit.
?'A Drhik~Fit for Yc~Gods."
Lovora of a fruit juico beverego
find a pure, wholesome and delight
fully refreshing drink in Tho Spec
ialty Co's Appio and Peach Cider
Grapo and Florida Orange Juicp,
Raspberry and Pineapple Juice.
Bo sure that you ask for The Spe
| cialbity Go's Goods. Tho Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and ?9 Will
j liamson St.-, Ofllce, 107 Bay St. Sa
I feel It my duty to write to you
in regard to tho bonefltyour Brady
crotino has boon to my wife. Kver
since a child she has been subject
to the most dreadful headaches,
usually several times a month.
Sbo has tried doctors from Maine
to California but none could pre
vent, those spells running their
course. Brudycrotlne has not
failed to effect a cure in a single
Instance, ono dose usually being
sufficient. Oscar P, Frost, Mon
Syrup of Figs
Produced from tho laxative and
nutritious juico of California figs
combined with tho medicinal vir
tues of plants known to bo most
beneficial to the human system,
acts gontly on tho kidneys, liver
and bowels, effectually clennsing
tho system, dispelling colds and
headaches, nnd curing habitual
The potato crop is flue.
To strengthen the hair, thicken
the growth, stop its blanching and
falling out, and whore It Is gray to
restoro the youthful color, use
Halls Hair Renewer.
"Paracitlclde" cures itch in 80
I minutes. Price 60cts. Sold by Dr.
E, M. Calne, Laurens, 8. C.
J. M. Murff, of this plnce, is
spending awhile at Ashevillc, N.
Misses . Mattie Balentine and
E<no West, after having spent a
?-??vie of weeks very pleAsantly
*? ***ir midst, have returned to
homes at Laurens and some
of the boys have that itching at
the heart that can't be scratched.
But why look so gloomy boys?
It's only about twelvo miles to the
?las. F. Shumate, formerly of this
place, later of Laurens and now of
Anderson, spent several days at
this place some time since, lie is
looking well and is as jolly as over.
Come again, Jimmio, you will ever
find a welcome in the honrts of
your old friends at Brewerton.
Miss Lou Simmons, ono of
Hodges' fairest young ladies, is
visiting relatives here.
Prof. It. W. Willis is instructing
a large class in music at this place.
The protracted meeting at Pop
lar Springs closed a few days ago
with flvo accessions to the church.
Mrs. Alewino and her beautiful
daughter, Miss Lehi, of Due West,
were tho guests of Mrs. B. E.
Knight a few days last week.
If two brother3 fall in lovo witli
the same girl, wo think tho older
one should give way to tho younger.
So hold up a while, Gabe, and let
your little brother havo a shake.
Misses Ola Thompson, of Lau
rens, and Bhidonab Boland, of
Mt. Gallagher, visited tho Singing
School at this place ono day last
week and added greatly to the
social features of tho same. Call
ugain, young ladies, wo like to hear
Green Murff has gone to Green
wood to seo Iiis girl, we suppose.
Mr. Monroe Piekons, of Green
ville, visited friends in this com
munity last week.
Mrs. Shumate, of Ilonea Path,
paid her sister, Miss Lutio Smith,
a visit tew days since.
Dr. Wriley, of Mississippi, visited
tho family of Mr. J. T. Crano last
Bust Is striking cotton on sandy
land to an alarming extent and it
is beginning to open very rapidly.
It will not bo long until tho far
mers will havo to bend their backs
to gather in the fleecy staple.
J. B. M.
Both tho method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tho taste, nnd acts
fently yet promptly on tho Kidneys,
aver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colde, head
-?ches*aud fevers nnd cures habitual
constipation-; ^ Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tnstc and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and ngrcenble substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
nnd $1 bottles by c:l leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CA I.
LOUISVILLE, KV. NEW \ORK. N V
We, tho undersigned, do hereby
give notice that we forbid all per
sons from hunting, fishing or other
wise trospasing upon our lands.
Rufus Dun lap, Bout. Yoi;n<;,
F,G.Fuller, k.M. Fuller,
A. P. FULLKIt, A. B. FULLER,
W. N. Whakton, Alex. Smith,
M. F. Witarton, W. Wright,
T. S. teague, A. R. Holm i:s,
A. B. Anderson,
Aug. 20, ?91 at
STATE of SOUTH CAROl A n A
County ok Laurens?Puo
Whereas John H. Voting, has
applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of R. N.
S. Young, deceased?
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate, to he holden at
my office at Laurens C. H., on the
Qth day of Sept., 1S91, at to oclock
A. M , to show cause, if any they
can, why letters should not be
Giver, under my hand and seal,
this 2 ist day of Aug. 1S91.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Aug 25th. 6t j, p, I., c.
STATE of SOUTlI CAROLINA
County of Laurens?Pro?
Whereas, P. Mcl). Kencdy
lias applied to me for letters of ad
ministration on the estate of J. W.
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate to be holden at
my office at Laurens C. H., Oil the
26th day of August, 1891, at 10
o'clock A. M., to show cause, it
any they can, why letters should
not be gi anted.
Given under my hand and seal,
this iotli day of ?ug., 1S91.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Aug. ii, $t j. p. l. c.
Wher 3?by was sick, wo gft-o hor Castorla.
When she was a Child, she tried for Castorla.
When the became Miss, sho cluog to Castorla.
When the had Ohlldreu, she gave thorn Castorla.
Ayer s Hair Vigor
Is unrivaled for tho restoration of faded and gray hair to its
original color and freshness. Tho most popular and elegant
toilet preparation iu tho world, all who uso it pronounce it,
also, tho best hair-grower. When tho capillary glands become
enfeebled by aisoaso, ago, or neglect, this dressing imparts
renewed life to the soalp, so that the hair assumes again
Fullness and Beauty
" Tor five years 1 Was troubled with a dls- M I have used Aycr's Hair Vigor with Rreat
ease of t!u> soalp. Which caused the h;dr to benefit and know several other ncrsons, be
beeoine barsll and dry and to fall out in such twocn 40 and 60 yean of age. who havo ex
large Quantities as to threaten complete pcrienccil similar npd^tauMs from the Uta
baldness. AVer's Hair Vigor being strongly of this preparation. It restores gray hair to
recommended to me, I began to apply this j Ita original color, promotes n new growth,
preparation, and before the Drat bottle was ? gives lustre to the hair, and cleanses the
used tbo hair ceased falling out and the I Scalp Of I'.audrufl."? Bernard Hoey, Madrid,
scalp was restored to its former healthy con- Maine.
dition."?Francis A.Vedo, siko, l?a. " 1 have been using Ayor's Hair Vigor with
"A little more than two years ago my hair j great Satisfaction for more than twelve yean.
began turning gray and growing thin. After; it keeps the scalp free from dandruff, re
using one bottlo of Aycr\s Hair Vigor my j store * gray hair to Its natural color, and prc
bair was restored to Its original color and i vents the hair from falling out. My oxporl
has ceased falling out. An occasional ap> | encc Is that there is no better dressing than
plication keeps the hair in good condition." ( AVer's Hair Vigor." ?Mrs. John A. Gray,
?Mrs. 11. W. Fenwlek, Dlgby, N. S. \Val|tol0, Mass.
"Aycr's Hair Vigor is the most satisfactory . "We sell more <>f Aycr's Hair Vigor than
preparation of Its kind in the market."?M. l\ I of any other hair preparation." ? Ilraymatin
Kind;, Druggist, New Corwin, Ohio. | S Schultto, Scluilenhurgh. Texas.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Prepared by DR. J. C. AVER & CO., Lo.voll, Ma3s. Sold bj all Di'iggisls and Perfumers.
If the Ladies
Would abandon fare powders and more generally keep their blood pure nnd vig
orous by the use (if Aycr's Harsaparilhi, naturally fair complexions would bo tho
rule instead of the exception. Pure blood is tho best be llttiQer.
?? My Bjruteni was all run down; my nkhi rotiKli i " Relna; troubl id with an unpleasant discolor*
nnd of n yellowish Ina-. 1 tiicil various reine- I lion of the skin ? especially of the face ? mid
dies, nnd while, some of them gave mo tempo- being ndvlscd by pliyslcians ttiat thin troubio
r:iry relief, none of tlioin did :iny permanent ! Will ?lue mainly to ?lermiKetnont of the llvejr. I
good. At lust l began t<> toko Aycr's Snnmnn- i look Ayer's SnrsannrllU, ami have been greatly
rllta, continuing ll exclusively for n consider-1 benefited. H has reached my ease and done mo
able time, nnd am plcitACd lo say that it com- more good than any other remedy."?Joseph
pletely cured inc." - Mrs. N. A.Smith, (2 lover, Vt. I Clagott, tis Tenth st., N. w., Washington, D. c.
Fropared by DR. J. C. Atek & Co.. Lowoll, Maso. Sold by all DrugYiata.
Frico Gl. Six bottlos, $6. Worth $6 a bottle.
DO YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
You can do so by buving your
DRUGS and MEDICINES
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE
WHERE YOU WILL FIND THE BEST
Tonics, Linaments, Hair H?nowers,
Fever and Ague Cures, Toilet Articles, Cigars,
FINE TOILET WATER, COLOGNE,
Tli.? Purest a,ncl Frost} est, IDriags'
he leading.!:vc"i*'nt aigui: ui low" Try one and you will use no other,
ftcau?ful art pictures one fiiee with each crrke of Balsam Fir Soap._
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE,
*TRAYNHAM AND DIAL BLOCK.
? ??? ? .?i I ?-~ - m*m *-WM.,.mmm> win i i ? .nn I .n *f'\.
A Complete and Elegant Line of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS,
J, M. WI3?^SK??S.
Hy square dealing and low prices we hope to merit a continuance of
your liberal patronage. Repairing done in a most skill
fit! manner and at lowest prices.
-^Laurens Jewelry Palace!**
I am Daily Receiving Additions to my splendid HOLIDAY stock
of WATCHES, ORNAMENTAL JEWELRY and SILVER
WARE, STERLING and PLATED.
Prices the LOWEST. Come and see.
MflF*Repairing .Skillfully done at slunt notice.
W. A. JOHNSON, South side Public Square.
Cooper & Burnside Bros.
Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
Groceries, Provisions, Vegetables,
FRUITS m SEASON,
AT LOWEST PRICES,
Oa,ll and Examine OXXV Stools..
COOPER & BURNSIDE BROS^.
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?Daily. 1 Daily except Sundays.
Pullman Sleoper on trains l? and 1
between Charleston, S. (.-. nnd Ciuoii
nail. Ohio via A Itllltlo Coast Lino Ci
lutllbla. Aslievilie, Paint Kock, Morris
lo.vn, Knoxville, JolltCll and Junction
'i'idUota on sale at principal stations, to
all pO.iltfnT- ,
Jas. L. TAVof:!'-Upn. Puss. A go lit.
I). Caiidwki.i., I). r\ A.; Columbia.
Soi.. 11 aas. Tratllo Manager.
PORT KUYAL & WESTERN
IN EFFECT JULY ?, 1801.
75th Meridian Time.
SOUTH HOUND -Main Link.
1(3 10 a nt
\ti 23 a m
0 05 a in
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5 15 p m
5 10 p in
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" Augusta 7 20 a in
? MoCormiok o 98 a in
" Oroonwood 1045am
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Ar Laurens H'65 a III
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" Fountain Inn 1255 n in 7 55 a in
'? Simpsonvillo l 07 p ni 8 is a in
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Connection m ule at Spurlunhiirg with
1. ami A. II. K. At Oroonwood with O,
?V. (1. it. It. At Augusta with Georgia
Railroad lor the west.
Tickets on sale at Port Royal A West
ern Carolina Railway depot lor all points
at cheap through ratOS and baggugo
checked to dostlnation.
For further information rolatlvo to
Schedules, Rates, Lest Route, etc., write
or call on
W. J. CitAItl, P. A .
SOL IL\SS. t. M.
JAS. L. t \ yLOH, (L I'. A.
For maps, lime tnblos ami ciioiip rati s
writo to R, W. IIUNT, T. I'. .*..
A ii?ii si a. Ci'j
STATE op SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Laurens?Pro?
date CoL'ii r,
Whereas, J. ll. VVhniton las
applied to me for Letters of Ad mill j'
istrntion de Louis non on (he estate
ofjosiah Anderson, deceased?
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular (he kin -
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my office at Laurens C II., on the
Sth day of Sip. 1891, at 10
o'clock, A. NL, to show cause it
any they can, why letters should
not be granted.
Oiven under my hand and sea!,
this 25th day of |uly, 1891.
" JOHN M. CLARDY,
L l'. 1.. c.
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