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LAUBE*8, 8. C, Sept. 1st, 1891.
Since tho demise of tho Into la
mcntcd Sub-treasury bill, the Al
liance proposes to strenuously ad
vocate tho poor ghost of a Bub
treasury "plan" until "soniothlng
hotter" is offered.
We respectfully suggest a sub
stitute and beg that Dr. Stokes,
who Is a prodigiously fair man,
will givo it kind and careful at
tentlon. Hero it is:
Following out tho demand of tho
Ocula platform, lot tho government
issuo bonds at a reasonable rate of
^Interest to tho extant of nine bil
lions of dollar**, and buy tho railroad
And telegraph linen. Then let the
government issuo a paper currency
redeemable in railroad passage or
froight, or telegraph toll limited to
tho estimated amount of travel,
hauling and mossagc sending likely
to accommodate tho population. To
illustrate: a bill of a certain de
nomination presented to a govern
ment tiain conductor would call
for passage ten, thirty or a hun
drod miles, or for carrying a bale
of cotton a specified distance, any
from Laurens to Richmond. The
government should of course make
such bills legal tender, and receive
them in payment of till taxes and
(iold,Hi! vcv and greenbacks might
be kept in circulation just as they
aro now, a fixed standard of value
of each to. each other and to the
now currency having been ascer
Now for just a few of the scheme's
good points. The issuance of tho
bills would greatly Increase the cur
rency. Tho bills would be readily
accepted because in this bustling
age ovorybody either wants to
travel or is interested in shipping.
A bill good for telegraphic dis
patches would pass at its face
value just as five two cent stamps
^?"?wiU Jjtiy a dime novel from the
publishers. To make tho currency
sought after out sido of the United
States, it would only bo necessary
to establish a few national trans
oceanic steamship lines end marine
The new curiency would be flex
ible. As the products of the soil, fac
tories and fisheries as well as the
' infant" industry alluded to in the
Governor's Red Bank speech, in
creased there would be a propor
tionate demand for Increased trans
if' portation and communication fa
cilities and to that demand it
would be tho duty of Congress to
constantly adjust tho total volume
of the new bills.
Tho new currency won Id be
equally convenient and just to
farmers and all classes of people.
Every man, woman and child
wants to got about occasionally
and most of us aro obliged to have
something to eat and wear brought
from somewhere else. Therefore,
our schemo is far ahead of the Sub
tresury In that it affords "equal
rights to all and special privileges
to none," it being provided that
private conches bo abolished.
Recurring to tho bonds issued to
tho present owners of the roads
* and lines for their purchase, the
government could easily ascertain
precisely how much interest each
former monopolist obtained from
his share. Then by tho adoption
of a properly graduated income
tax this robber Cla83 would be
~ speedily wiped from the face of the
o:trth fort vor and a day.
Last, and most glorious of all,
tho new curroncy would eliminate
tho free pass scandal from reform
politics. Senators, Congressmen,
and "three for a quarter" members
k of tho Legislature could no longer
a heat their way hack and forth on
\ their missions of deliverance.
Wo know that tho subsidized
oress will heap obloquy and ridi
p'Acsflo on our scheme, but we hon
Wly believe it is bolter than the
?TJ?q democrats have fought lus
tily for, a reduction of the tariff
and t(trough years of advorses
they, have stood to their guns.
; Civil service has been an ornament
tothe party platform and other
planks have added to its standing
voom but that issue above nil has
n It sire lb. Tho elections
fall opr..ted the way for its
final triumph und the signs of the
times wt.ro that all obstructions
VVOVo about to be removed. II
dly seemed that intelligent
views wore threading their way
into She North West and that the
that section had dis
(hat they wero not fond
, rhe protection theory. The
pro peel of Democratic victory
. in was us clear us day.
Now It. is aU changed. With the
nj"i u I rouI completely sbat
w-rc' 1 like Polk advise n
I 111 i. 11 indl on which
Huf the.hattfe is not fought on new
jpSSjftt-. -> ?'? <'my will bo fruitless.
1 ph.-. of tho matter
'??. ' ? " < ideai have taken
root among the fanners, the very
class who have borne the main
burden of the tariff evil.
The financial situation demands
legislation bat such legislation can
not but be exportmental and at
tended with risk; for no man can
say that the subject hns ever been
mastered. On tho other hand, the
simplest operations of arithmetic
demonstrate that lh" ? rosent tariff
Is a gigantic fraud upon every con
sumer nnd tho masses of the people
have come to believe It.
Will the Democratic party take
possession of the Hold already won
or will It waver unllll the enemy
The iiospitalily of Mm North.
Nkw York City >
Aug. 25, 1891. S
You lost hoard from mo when
in the midst of the lakes and
woods of Pennsylvania, camping.
This will reach you from the
great city which Hob directly be
tween two others?Brooklyn on
tho East side and Jersey on the
West. Tho magniflcont bridge
that spans the East liver carries
you to Brooklyn, and tho vast tun
nel In course of construction under
tho Hudson a milo in length (moro
than) will shortly connect the city
on tho West side of tho river. Euch
of Ihesosurburbnn cities is much
larger than Charleston. Not to
mention the half dozen other
cities and large towns within a ra
dius of twenty miles; tho center
where I write this and the vast
population hero gathered. And I
must add that it Is not the lifo and
bustlo of the great town that over
awed mo but tho feeling of loneli
ness with the million of strange
There are perhaps fewer in the
city now than at any other period
of tho year:?yet no one, would
perceive It looking into tho
thronged streets. FrjQbnbly there
are 300,000 people away in the
country or in foreign countries.
In about a week the return will
begin when the home comers will
begin to tax railways nnd steamers
to tneir utmost capacity. I am to
bo ono of those bound for home?
but it Is to be to my dear home ot
the South?Laurens. I shall piob
ably reach you In about ten days.
I havo been a very busy man
8inco I left home?but the labors
were quite unlike those expended
in tho "China Palace"?and withal
I am feeling rested and physically
Improved as you will see on my re
I must have been very fortunate
in the choice of time for my visit,
and spot selected. Almost every
day there havo been outing parties,
excursions, picnics, etc., and the
weather very fine. And here
where throe states conjoin and
mountains, valleys nnd tho pictu
resque seem to conspire to set ofT
each of them how could any one
fall of belngcharmed??-lamspeak
ing now of the country.
To-inorrow I shall go on to Phil
adelphia ninety miles below, a run
of two hours on the Penn. II. U.;?
havo on invitation from Judgo
Milligan to stop with him and af
ford him an opportunity to show
mo tho City of Brotherly Love?of
which I learn ho is very proud
being his birth place and home.
At Baltimore I shall halt to buy
goods nnd In Washington to visit
friends?and then speed directly
home nnd place myself in harness
for business In the store where my
friends havo generally found me I
It is of Utile use to attempt to
tell people of the North in this
way. The thing to do is to visit it
and look on a few things which dis
tinguish?(not so much the people)
as the methods and system of
work, regard for time, etc. In this
I think we havo become demoral
ized, so to say, through negro labor.
We will straighten this out after
a while. The white man's brains,
I perceive, must direct tho negro's
muscles and something moro of
the intelligence of our white peo
plo be brought to bear In practical
ways on the farm tmd about the
house in keeping them "in shape"
as the Yankees say.
The general impression is In the
great centers that (with the good
crops to be gathered for which
there la to bo a largo foreign de
mand) this will be a prosperous
year. Yesterday's dispatches
stated that several million bushels
of grain would bo needed to supply
tho foreign demand.
I tell you, friend B., I miss here
In this wilderness of brick and
mortar what I left behind only a
day since,?tho fresh bright green
woods and fields of tho region
where I havo been staying. AVo
are Just on tho verge of Autumn
and yet the fresh look of spring is
on the fields and the trees are all
unfaded up here.
I have for you a formal and ver
bal invitation from friends up here
who have heard of you und know
you to visit them nnd tho bonuti
ful valley of the Delaware in which
lie Mllford, Pennsylvania, and Port
Jervis, N. Y., towns I left behind
mo a few hours ago?and dear
friends whom I will not soon for
get. ? Ham.
If you havo made up your mind to buy
Ilood's Sarsaparllla do not bo induced to tako
any other. Hood's Sarsnparllla Is a peculiar
tncdlclno, possessing, by virtue ot Its peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation,
curatlvo power stiporlor to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what she wanted,
and whoso oxamplo Is worthy Imitation, tells
her experlcnco below:
M In ono atoro whero I went to bay Hood's
Sarsaparllla tho clork tried to Induce mo buy
their own Instead of Hood's; hotoldmotholr'a
would last longer} that I might tako tt on ten
days' trlAl; that It I did not llko It I need not
pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail
on mo to change. I told hhn I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparllla was. I had taken it, was
salU?cd with It, and did not want soy other.
when I began taking Hood's SarsaparflU
I was feeling real miserable, suffering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
that at Umcs I could hardly ?Und. I looked,
and had for sorno time, like a person hi eon*
sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla did roe so
much good that I wonder at my self sometimes,
and my friends frequently spoak of It," Mas.
Klia A. Gorv, ct Torraco Street, Boston.
Sold by all druggets. $ 11 tlx for fA. Prop*red only
by 0.1, noob * CO., A potheen Ui, Lowell, Mam.
IOO Donee Ono Dollar
of all in leavening PowersU. S. Gov't Report, Aug. g^sOSa?
Harrison is not a Hlaino man hut
ho will have to thug up Iiis hat for
him next year.
"It f?oes right to the spot," said
an old gentleman, who found groat
benefit in Ayer's Hnrsaparilla. Ho
was right. Derangements of the
stomach, liver and kidneys aro
more speedily romedied by this
medicine than by any other. It
reaches the troublo directly.
Tribute of ltcRnect.
Resolutions passed by Trinity
Sunday School, August 23J, 1891
"Wiikhkas, it line pleased (Jod in His
Inscrutable Providence to removo our
beloved friend, Miss Bbssib GaRMNO
tos, from the sceno of her usefulness in
the family circle, tbo church and the
j Sunday School. Therefore bo it?
Resolved 1st, That while wo bow in
humble submission to the will of our
Heavenly Father in this aflllctivo dis
pensation, wo fully recognize tbo fact
that our temporal los3 is her eternal
2d, That wo hereby tender to her aged
father, and brothers and sisters our most
tender sympathy and condolence in then
3d. That we request tbo Secretary of
Trinity Church to consecrate A pajto in
our record book to her memory, and to
send a copy of these resolutions to her
A. C. FULLER,
SuperintendcnlTrinity Sunday School.
A Household Rome-*? K
BLOOD a&GKI ttl
0 a 0i i
Botanio fitoad Bairn
f yjtem and reslc r i r g .? ^ ,
f when lmp?lrcd frcm sr.y CtUte.
6 almost supernatural hCfcltng prfpcitltl
* justify us in guaranteeing a crto, U a
x directions arc fo?cv.cd. 5
# OCW 1 r.iCfc "Bail or w. n.ui?." a
i DLOOO HALM CO., Alisnta, C2. $
"market report "
corrected weekly by
COOPER AND BUMSIDE BR0II1ERS
Bacon,. b\4 &i 0 els
Flour, . s.00 to 0.50
Hams,. 10? 12 et8
Corn,.82?<j @ 90 cts
Moal,. 85 cts
Sugar,. 7 (311) cts
Coiloo,. 18 (ft 22 cts
Klce,. d(-5 7ots
Tobacco,.25 (?? 75 per lb
Molasses,.23? 40 per gal
Sood Onts,. 60 to 75 cts
Bran,.1.50 por 100 lbs
Soap?Lou; cabin, .?2.35 por box
Mackerel,.t)5cts. per kit
Butter,. 15 (ft 20 per lb
K?HH,. .12 @ 15 per doz
Chickens,. 15 (ifi 20 cts
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurkns?Pro
dai b Court.
Whereas, A. Cook has applied
to me for letters of administration
with will annexed on the estate of
Mary A. I litt, 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 be holden at
my oflice at Lnurcns C. II., on the
16th day of Sept., 1891, at 10
o'clock A. M.| to show cause, i(
any they can, why letters should
not be gi anted.
Given under my hand and seal,
this 31st day of Aug., 1891.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Sept. i. 3t j. p. l. c.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Laurbns?Pro
Whereas John II. Voting, has
applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of R. N.
S. Young, deceased?
These are therefore to cite und
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear be for 0 mc at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my oflice at Laurens C. H, on I he
9U1 day of Sept., ?891, at 10 oclock
A. M.| to show cause, if any they
can, why letters should not be
Given under my hand and seal,
this 21st day of Aug. 1891.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Aug 25th. 6t j, i>. i., c.
Opens fust Monday in October.
Fully equipped. Moderate charges.
Wide awake ?eichcrs. Splendid
literary advantages. Music and
Ait departments unexcelled.
Wc train not only the mind but
seek to develop the character as
well. Send for a catalogue to
MRS. L. M. HONNER
or H. E. RONNER.
Due West, S. C, Aug 3.
South Carolina College,
COLl'MIMA., H. ?.
Opens September 20th. Kntrnuoo Kx
nminatloiiH begin September 21th. CIhs
sloil, Literary, H ten I die and Law
Courses. Thirteen Prolossors.
For inn her Informal ion, addrosstho
jam KS WOO DHOW.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cast
Gen. Jo Wheeler, member of
Congress from Alabama, wheels
Into lluo and joins the Alliance.
Ho has said unto his law books,
"Get theo behind me, Satan." The
cotton nche-er-ugo gives Jo?, a coat
of many colors. Tho loaves and
fishes of Eg\pt.
$1()0 Howard. $100.
The readers of the Advkutiskb
will he pleased to learn that there
is at least one dreaded disease that
science has been able to cure In nil
its stages and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only pos
itive eure now known to the medi
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional dhouse, requires a
constitutional treattnont. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
noting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system,
thereby destroying tho foundation
of tho disease, and giving tho pa
tient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in it- curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred Dollar- for any co80 that it
fails to cure. Rend for list of testi
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
#fflF~Scld by druggists, 7?c.
Sbllob Alliance will meet promptly at
2 o'clock on tbo next regular mooting
day (Saturday bcibro lib Sunday In
Sopt.) t s* l*apt. John M? lludgons will
make a public address at Hint time. Tho
public is Inylh d to euro.
J. S. WOLFF, l'ros.
F, D. Uoi.t, Sic.
Become afflicted and remain bo,
suffering untold miseries from a sense
of delicacy they cannot overcome.
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating and arousing to healthy
i 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 fails to cure.
The Best Medicine ever Made fdr Women.
"Mywifo lias been under treatment of
loading physicians throo years, without
bonoflt. After using threo bottleBof Brad
field's Female Rkqulatob sho can do
her own cooking, Mil,kino amd washing."
N. S. Huvan, Henderson, Ala.
bradford Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga
Sold by drusststs at $1.00 por bottle.
Better Than Any Bank
Mutual life ins.Ge
OP NEW YORK.
Total Assets now $147,151.001 20.
No other divestment in the
world is so absolutely safe, or con
sidcring the orotcction, more pro
fitable than a life or endowment
policy in The Mutual Lite Insur
ance Company of New York, for
the following reasons :
ist. The contrcct is based upon
a natural and universally operating
law of mortality, backed by the
good faith and continued payments
of the largest number (182,013 in
1SS9) of carefully selected lives
insured in any company 011 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 $ 147,000,000.
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.
4th. Its interest receipts have
exceeded all expenses of manage
ment by the enormous sum of $55,
5th. Its annual income in 1S89
exceeding all the requirements for
paying death clai tured 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 ovei $435,000,
000, which is double the transac
tion of any other company in the
No other financial system can
give such protection and security,
and is so well guarded on every
side against the disturbing elements
that undermine and overthrow the
best laid plans and methods of men
acting in their individual capacity.
fhituil Life lm% Cq%
OF NEW YOItK.
1T.d. L. GbRNAND, Columbia, S. C.
M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S. C.
Children) Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
IIAlCltIS LITUIA SPRINGS.
Waterloo, S. C. Apr. 10, '91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Si it:?My en
gagements are such that I hnvo not
time to call the attention of medi
cal profession to tho cases that
might bo collected from tho mass
that have accumulated during
tho thirty-eight (88) years of
constant uso of tho waters of youi
Lithia Spring. Tho waters of
the Lithia Spring are odorless and
colorless, free from sal 1 nary taste,
rather palatable. When taken In
a considerable quantity they do
not nauseate, purgo or produce
any feeling of discomfort . I llnd
from an analysis of the waters they
contain eloride sodium, carbonate
potash, carbonato soda, carbonate|
lithia, carbonato iron and sulphate
magnesia. Tho waters act directly
upon tho mucous coates of the
stomach and alimentary canals
they are powerfully alterative
and tonie. They are soothing to
inflamed or irritated surfaces.
They react upon tho blood, chaug
Ingm it from acid to alkaline.
In indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach and gnstrulgia, supppleinented
with a proper diet they are a cer
tain cure. The action upon the
kidneys is marked. The sodium,
potash, soda and lithia are tho best
solvents of uric acid, all calculi of
an add character, whether bileary
or ciptic 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. Wilbur., m.d.
Anderson, S. C, Feb. 24, ?91.
MR. J.T. HARRIS,
De a it Sm:?I return
bottle? to bo filled with your Lithia
Water. Have used one crate and
feel much improved.
Mus. B, E. Young.
L aurens, S. U., April 20, '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
De ah Sin:?I have
been a sufferer for some timo from
an affection of the kidneys. 1 tried
a number of remedies without any
relief. Some limes the pain in my
back was so severe that 1 had to
have help to get up when sitting
down. Some of my friends asked
mo to try your mineral water, 1
did so, and the result was most
gratifying. I felt relief after the
first day. After using ii a week I
was entirely well. It has been some
six weeks since I first used it, and
my general health is greatly im
proved. Too much cannot be said
in its praise. It Is undoubtedly the
best water that I know of,
D. M, PATTON
cross HlLL,S, 0 , Feb'y 1, ?91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Siu:?For seve
ral years my wife has sullered from
erysipelas, every two weeks she
was confined to her bed and tried
many remedies, but nothing pro
vented the erruption. She was dis
couraged and finally stopped all
medicines and began drinking your
Lithia Water. In two weeks the
disease was milder than it had
been for years. She continued to
uso and since that time she hos
not been troubled at all.
John W. Turner*
Mountvii.ee, S. C, Jan. 20. '91.
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
six years ago my daughter became
afflicted with a cancer of tho nose,
Nothing wo did prevented its
spreading. Physicians finally told
mo they could do nothing further.
She had no appetite and was re
duced to a mere shadow. I conclu
ded to try your Lithia Water and
to my surprise In a short timo she
began to improve in health and the
cancor ceased to spread. She Is
now using your excellent water
constantly and is Improving all
the time. Respectfully,
0. L. Watts.
Laurens, S.O., Mar. 15.'91
MR. J. T. HARRIS,
Dear Siu:?For some
timo 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
one recommended the Harris
Lithia Water and I tried it faith
fully and was cured. After using
ono case of the water I passed five
or six gravels. I can not say loo
much in its praise.
W. D. Barks dale.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$f% ? |_| C nn<' ptber special
rK t lies for (loiitieiiicn,
milled, and so Htnmprd on button). Addrc.tH
W. J.. DOUGLAS, ?rockto?, IUiimh. Soldh?
J. F. M A KT IN & CO. Lnurens
Dr W. II. K ill,
fllce Over National Bank, Laurcns
Otllco days Monday and Tuonday.
ii. v. SIMPSON? c. d, BARKS?Al.e,
SIMPSON & BAKKSDALE,
Attorneys at Law,
'.Aim hn a, BQUTH i'\rtoLi na
I r i*rn."t .it < iir .. A lit..ofw.'ik,
..ii>- .....I linmirnl.ly. t.y ih.i?.> of
rill,, r tri, i.>- or oM.anrl In ih.lr
own I .< iiiti. - in ii it r lliejrll?r. An,
one ? ..i .In Hi- >< Utk, I i.v l.i I. am.
>Vr> nirnl-li crrrylhlnir. \\ .1 .Inn rofl, N.> rl ft, ?< ..u ran ilevole
Mint .nrrr. in..in.ill., or all your lime (0 lha work. T hl? I. ?n
. hi a - :> in w I. i'], iii-l |.rinn? wontlcifiil aurrr.? In every vr oikrr.
II .iiii.ii er? earnlnr; front Hi to fad per nrrfc ami u|.vtaiila,
.mil rMra after it Hills rtoeilrnce. We ran fumltli y>u Ihr "m
iil'.viiirnt anil teach you 1IO K. No ?iun <ilo einlaln litre. Full
iuformrllou tlO.K. 'l'JK. If K eft CO., AtUtUTA, MAIM..
ISRIGAT SHOE _SAL,EL
Shoes for Young,
Shoes for Old, M ''
Shoes for Bich,
Shoes for Poor.
jo order to make room for our mammoth slock of Fall and Winter shoes we are selling oil'out large and
COMPLETE NEW SPRING STOCK
of Shoes at greatly reduced prices. Remember wc pay casn for every pair of shoes that comes in our stoic.
By this we arc enabled to sell from
lO to 25 Per Cent orieaper
than those who buy on credit. Shoes worth S5.00 now $3.90 ; Shoes worth $3.00 now $2.50; Slices worth
$2.50 now $1.90; Shoes worth $1.90 now $1.50.
A word to our lady friends. Do not buy shoes for yourself or children *ant|l you have seen our line.
Examine our nobby ladies button shoe for $1.18 worth $1.60.
Just Received Big Lot of Unlaundried Shirts
lo dozen unlaundried shirts worth COcts now 37cts. I 10 dozen unlaundried shirts worth 85CIS. now 69cts
" ?? ?? 65cts " 48ct3. I ?? " " " " 11.00 Socts
The above are the best shirts in America for the price. Rig lot dress shirts must be closed. Suspenders
at half their value. Country merchants can secure some lare bargains by coming early.
Special attention is called to our closing out sale in Men's, Roy's and Children's clothing. Remember
we defy competition. Our prices are always lower than the lowest.
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' , ._FAMOUS CLOTHING, HAT AND SHOE STORE.
Models and Studies
I3 -A. I 3ST TING-!
All kinds made lo order,
BLACK INK, PENS, PENCILS,
Books, Standard Books,
ABC Books and Juveniles,
Magazines and Novels.
Subscriptions taken for newspapers
S. S. S., B. B. B., P. P. P.
Soaps and Fresh Garden Seeds.
All Sold at
WILKES' BOOK AND DRUG
DO YOU 01
OF ANY KIND.
IT SO, ho :juio that your
I r dealer furnishes you with
Goods the quality of which can
not be surpassed. This can
only bo done by uyiny Tho
APPLE and PEACH CIDER,
GRAPE and FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE,
RASPBERRY and PINEAPPLE JULEP,
The most puro, wholesome and
dolightfully refreshing fruit
beverages to bo had in the
country. Packages of these
goods are always in perfect
condition and nro guaranteed
so to bo by
THE. SPECSALTY CO,
Cider Mills, OJ)h-<,
28 ft 29 Williamson Street. 107 Day Street
Do You Want ail Education'.'
Note the following facts about
tho Presbyterian College ol South
Total necessary expenses ten
mo ' hs in college chtsscs,$ 120; high
Curriculum of Study; best Moral
Training and surroundings; Pro
hibition town. Faculty for next
year consists of live professors and
threo tutors; Y. M. C. A. and (lyni
nasium connected with the college.
The Preparatory Department Is
under the immediate control of the
Faculty and is taught by threo tu
tors, thouroughly competent to do
tho best of preparatory work. To
tal necessary expenses in prepara
tory classes, Irom $100 t<> $110 for
ten months. For catalogue and
further information npply to
JOHN I. OLE LAND,
July 7, '01 Mmo President.
We, tho undersigned, do hereby
givo notice that WO forbid nil per
sons from hunting, Ashing or oilier
wise trespasing upon our lands.
Rufus Dunlap, Roivr. Young,
F. (1. Ft I.Id;U, " V. m. fUl.Licit,
A. P. fuj.lhk, A. II. Ft 1,1.1:11,
W. N. Whakton, ATiKN. Smith,
(if, V. Whakton, W. WltKUIT,
T. S. TeAGUK, A, It. IfOI.mbh,
A. R. ANDERSON,
Aug. 26,'01 at
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no money fur riMoiilf.nil mil . i .. ., |. .
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?.. ? . A 1.1,1... it.>x ?11?, AuitMtP, Main*.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoiia.
BEST FRESH TURNIP SEED
OF CHOP 1890.
ONE HUNDRED POUNDS JUST RECEIVED. SOW
This month (July) and insure a good crop. Col. B, W. ISall
raised from our seeds last year turnips weighing 12 1-4 pounds
H FRUIT JARS
The "Old Reliable" that always keeps your fi nit nicely. We
are selling them
Cheaper tlaeiri Anybody
Making room for fall stock we will sell tlie world's renowned
3L?RIA P&RASCH"! AND UMBRELLAS
at coat rather than carry them over to another season.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
And are now open ou the Cast Side of square in the
Third door from Opera House where we are selling
Heavy and Fancy
tion and Crackers
Tobacco and Cigars.
Goods sold at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds oi
Country Produce bought. Give us a call.
HOLLAND & FOWLER.
Laurens,S. C. Nov. 13, 1S90.
for gnfants and Children.
*'Castorl a is go well adAptodto cklldrcn Uiat
I recommend itaa superior to any proseripUou
known to inc." II. A. Axcubu, M.)).,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castorf!?.* ifl so un<v?rsa. und
Its merits SO well known ttiat it 8??ms ft work
of KiipcreroKfttlon to endorse it. Few arothe
IntelllKcnt families who do not keep Castoria
wiHiiu easy reach."
Caiilo9 Mahttn, D.D.,
New York Oity.
IaIo l'astor Blooniint'dalo Belomnixl Church.
Castor In enrc? Colic, OonMlpation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, give** sloop, and promoted dl
Without injurious medication.
" For several years I have rvvommenrted
your ' Castoria, * and shall always continuo to
up so as it lias invariably produced beneficial
Edwin P. 1'innBB, M. D.,
"The WinUirop," ISSth Street ami 7th Avo.,
New York City.
Tub Cbvtauh Compakv, 77 MonRAY Strebt, Nkw Yokk.
?u??nui White. I 1 rti??? i
THRF.S j KttJi \ JP?.
g SAFE; CURATIVE; BEAUTIFYING. |.2.3.
^ZOMFS I Fancy'sW,. I TINTS
GINNING MACHINERY IN STOCK.
A Full Car-load of Sailor Seed
Three Car Loads of Pratt Gins.
:B fown stud "Winstii-p Qiris. Hin
gines. IBollors. TBelLirig;. Eto.
Also on hand in Charlotte, N. C. a large stock of Boss presses and
New Era boilers. Place your orders r^om prices
guaranteed. First-class goods.
W. H. Gibbs,
A, S. C.