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J rK IK. EDITOR.
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W. W. BA LL,
I IiAUUENH, H. C? Oct. Oll?, 189!.
How uro the mighty fallen. Hov
oral years ago tho Columbia Canal
was a State issue. Now it i.s a Co
lumbia City issue.
All Georgia Crackers arc not
flre-crackcrs like (hat I>r. Baldwin.
That Dr. UaldwJn should "go ofP'
is what is mostly wanted.
A Citizens' ?llTauco Is lo bo or
ganized 111 South Carolina. Mr
Wolfe or the Cotton Plant will do
tho organizing. In this connect
ion it may not bo improper to state
that Mr. Wolfo is a "citizen."
General Houlangor, tho disap
pointed old Fronchman, whoso
failures had made his ambition the
sUbject of ridicule, shot himself
through tho head last wook and by
tho act murdered perhaps Iiis
Tho Augusta Exposition people
contemplate! a lour of South Caro
lina, Laurens will bo delighted to
soe thorn. We Will show thorn
Something. This city is n living
moving, chronic exposition of ev
erything Hint's record-breaking
and progressive? Tho Pan-Angus
tans, liko tho average baseball
team, uro thought to ho a "nice
gentlemanly set of follows." hot
ltailrouu Mooting at Woodruff'.
A. largo and enthusiastic railroad
mooting was hold at Woodruff, S.
C, on tho 13GIli Sept. 1801.
Capt. A. H. Woodruff was oloeted
chairman and M. P. Patton re
quested to net as secretary.
Tho object was to form a com
pany to co-opera to with tho Capo
Fear and Cincinnati Hail road
Company which is now extending
. its lino from Winsboro through
tho counties of Union and Spar
tanburg to tho city of Greenville.
L. It. Hill was elected president
and with him an able board of di
rectors who will push this groat
enterprise to a successful issue.
The advantages of n road from
Broad river up tho peninsula
formed by tho ICnoroo and Tygor
livers were thoroughly discussed.
From Broad river to Pelham
Factory, a distance of about (50
milos.there is positively no water
- to cross, no! a bridge, a culvert, or
a cut required. Naturo bus done
Ovorything except, laying the cross
ties and iron.
It was carefully estimated (hat
a railroad can bo built on our lino
ut least $'2?o,ooo cheaper than on
the competing lino via Union, C.
II. und Glenn Springs.
Failing lo secure the doslrod con
nection with tho Capo Fear and
Cincinnati, which, however, they
havo no fears of, tho company will
'apply to the next Legislature for
If appeared to ho tho sentiment
of all present -and (hero were rep
resentative moil from Broad river
all along tho lino to tho city of
Greenville?that this beautiful
country that God has given us
must ho developed.
Think of a grand trunk railroad
along; this ridge with arms reach
ing out right and left to the various
factory towns on the Enoree and
Tygor r Ivors!
A resolution of thanks was voted
to the citizens of Woodruff for
courtesies and especially to the
ladies for a bountiful picnic dinner
spread In a beautiful grove for all
Jtev. C. McSmith tendered the
thanks of tho meeting to tho
Woodruff band for delightful mu
sic furnished the occasion.
W. P. Patton, Sec.
I believe tho county correspond
ents usually make some platitudes
ou the weather. Of course, I shall
not digress. Wo need rain.
'Whether or not man, by n series of
explosions on the ground mid by
sending up balloons charged with
hydrogen and oxygen, which are
exploded*ut a certain height by the
aid of an electrical apparatus will
produce clouds in a cloudless sky,
and bring down a shower at his
will, is u question too obscure for
my feeble mind to comprehend.
It has been long; known that after
u great battle, a great fire or a voi
ounie eruption that rain und often
t.'rrific storms will follow. Is it
tho flames or concussion ? 'Phis is
tho mooted point,
Miss Halhe Knight left lust Mon
day to accept a position as music
teacher at the GreenvlUo Female
College. Success to her!
Miss Alice May Ferguson has re
Married at (ho homo of Hev. B.
F. Giurett, on Sunday evening.
S.opt. '20th, Mr. John J. Leslie, and
Miss Ada Crisp, both of this county.
Miss Lou Stephens Is quite low
at this writing.
CJlaroni?,.? Todd is suffering from
ii large t horn in his fool.
Mr. und Mrs. Asa Baldwin, of
Abbeville, have been visiting in
t ds community.
Miss Mary Yoiirgln, after spend
ing a few days at her father's, lias
relnriied to resume her work as
toucher in the Loesvlllo College.
Her sister Bee went with her.
A young man not a hundred
miles avvny bus about come to the
conclusion that 'Mis not good for
nan to bo alone." It is not strango
Fthon that while tho tendrils of his
heart are quivering witli the thrill
of that inexplicable noniothing
Called love, he should not see what
ruth there is iu tho above old pro
verb about Autumn's wane.
Mr. Dock Henderson's little child
jfjB quite sick.
A. 1>. Burksdaio la home from
Pendleton. ?iLLY B A BLOW.
?'Then- m e millions in it" i aid a
when asked about t>r,
Cough Syrup. Price 2d(ff,
Presentment of Grand ?Jury.
To Jilt Honor J. H. Hudson, Pre
' stdlny Judge:
We submit the following as our
final report and presentment:
In our last report we made seve
ral rccoinuioudatlona in regard to
tho Institutions and offices of the
county, many of which we are
pleased to stuto have been carried
out by tho county commissioners.
In regard to that part of our last
presentment relating to now iron
cells iu tho county jail, wo find
upon mature calculation that It is
not now expedient to carry out
said recommendation in that re
gard, but wo do recommend that
wild cells be made nnow out of
Wood instead of iron.
Believing that our last present
ment covered tho entire scopo of]
our duty wo doom It not necessary
to say more than that thoso rec
ommendations now remnlng un
heeded be carried out. When this
id done wo find nothing special to
present to the court.
Our modal attention has teen
called to the almost universal neg
lect of those holding i?ntisfled mort
gages to mark them satisfied of
record; ami to the do feet I vo method
of indexing judgments in tho
clerk's office. We are Informed that
where fhero is more than one de
fendant the judgment is indexed
under the namo of one defendant
with an abbreviation, not giving
the full name of nil the defendants.
We think such neglect or omissions
aro a source of groat danger to tho
free alienation and security of real
We highly appreciate your Hon
or's learned, exhaustive and in
structive charge at tho opening of
the court. No doubt your Honor's
suggestions in regard to tho time
of bedding the courts and the una
nimity of verdicts in civil cases
will ho duly considered by our
people and at no distant day such
suggestions may become law by
Thanking your Honor for many
courtesies shown to us v ) respect
fully submit the foregoing present
ment. M. A. Knksh r,
Sept. 22, 1891. Foreman.
Fact, By Genii ny!
Abbeville is still rising. Her
pretty girls is ono thing in which
she excels even larger towns.?
If you havo made up your mind to buy
Hood's .Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako
any other. Hood's BarsaparUla is a peculiar
medicine, possessing, by virtue o? Its peculiar
Combination, proportion, and preparation,
curative power superior to any other article.
A Boston lady who knew what sho wanted,
and whoso cxamplo is worthy Imitation, tells
her oxperienco bolow:
" In ono storo whero I went to buy Hood's
BarsaparUla tho cleric tried to Induco mo buy
their own Instead ol Hood's; bo told mo tbelr's
would last longer; that I might tako It on ten
days' trial; that It I did not liko It I need not
pay anything, etc. r.ut ho could not prevail
on mo to change I told him I knew what
Hood's Sarsaparllla was. I had taken It, was
satisfied with it, and did not want any other.
When i began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla
I was feeling real ndscrablc, suffering
a great deal with dyspepsia, and so weak
thatnt times I could hardly stand. I looked,
and had for somo tlmo, liko a person In con
sumption. Hood's Sarsaparllla did mo so
much good that I wonder at myself sometimes,
and my friends frequently speak of It." Mas.
Kj.t.a a. GoFF, Cl Tcrraco Street, Boston.
8oldby alldragghU. 51; she for 95. rroparodonly
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothccarlos, Lowell, Mtw,
IOO Doses One Dollar
REPORT oTFtHE CONDITION
OF LAU RENS, S. C.
At the Close of Business,
Sept 35th, 1S91.
Loans and discounts... $121,326.35
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to secure
Due from approved re
serve agents. 2 ?373*^4
Hanking house, furni
ture, and fixtures.... 3,975.55
Current expenses and
taxes paid. 726.09
Checks and other cash
Bills of other banks 1,090.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nicklcs and
cents . 168.91
Legal-tender notes. 590.00
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5%
of circulation). 720.00
Capital slock paid in $ 68,000.00
Surplus fund 11.600.00
Undivided profits 2,913.80
National Hank notes
Dividends unpaid. 80.00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check. 25,050.69
Time certificates of de
Certified cheeks . 100.00
Due to other Nil
? tional Hanks. 855.10
Due to Slate Hanks and
Hills payable 33,000.00
Total . $155,318.44
State of South Carolin a, t
County of I .aureus, j '
[,lno. Aug. Barksdale, Cashier
of the above-named hank, do sol
emnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Jno. Auo. Barksdale,
Subsetibed and sworn to before
me this ist day of Oct. 189.1?
John M. Clatjuy,
J. P, L. C.
John W. Ferguson,^
T. E. Toon, ^Directors.
C. D. Barksdalu, J
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoriai
Hlghct of .11 in Livening V?? "r 0, Cort Report, Aug. Cjr,8&9=
Children aro Just as liable to suf
fer from catarrh as grown people.
Tho beat und easiest applied rem
edy is eld Bau I'd Catarrh Cure
W. II. Wright Is now in Oeorgi
in tho clover business.
Tho Baptists at Pine Ridge will
organize a church at that place
next .Sunday. Itovs. J. B. Parrott
and A. C. Stepp have promised to
1)0 piesent on that occasion.
Miss Emma Clurdy, of this place,
is visiting relatives at Mountville.
ltov. W. W. Daniel.of Newberry,
preached at King's Chappel last
J. N. Jom s has rented the ma
chinery of Messrs. J. M. Clurdy o*.
B. L. Henderson and will gin for
tho public this season.
From what Madame Humor says
wo will have a wedding to report
Rev. J. B. Parrott will not preach
for Poplar Spring? church next
year. The church laments to give
up such a preacher as Mr. Parrott.
He has agreed to preach for High
land Home, Chestnut Hidge and
Wistnr and John Daniel left last
Tuesday for Wofford College.
Willie Go ldard left Monday for
Groers where he will spend a short
time before lie enters college.
_ _ Jim.
A itOUSGheid LCKlSvly ^
BLOOD midsum ?
?: no o ft iy*i A
Boiasi!^ &!sqi! Balm |
0 lorm (.; mallonant ? KIN Li'.UFTtOJ, t $
A s'des b inq 1 'Jr.: cioirs In tcr.lr.u t:ji tho A
. fystem an! ittloiir.? tre constitution. *.
9 Khan lm(.?..'rcJ hem any err:?. Us C
0 s.imcct cupornaturftl hcaiirc prcrftdles v
s justify i:s in guaranteeing a cure, it ^)
directions nio followed. \
* SENT r<??E mbJSOTJSU* ?
^ raoou balm co., Atlanta, Co. (\
do you want a
Sat of Harnes3?
If so go where you can get them
JLJL Mo: w la imF s
Who occupies three stories on the
north west corner of the Square.
Plows, Cutlery, Nails, Rope,
Leather in endless variety.
NO AXES TO GrlilND
but grindstones aud axes to sell.
Oils and mixed paints of the best
quality at prices low as the lowest.
JHF-1 SELL FOR CASH ONLY.
J. J. ROWLA23D,
Hardware ami Harness House.
J,aureus, Oct. 5, 1891.
UNDER BUYERS AND UNDER SELLERS!
l. e. mnm & so.
-DJOAI.KKS IN ?
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
Boots, Sliocs, Hats, Milliner)',
House Furnishing Goods,
Tin and Glasswatc.
IMPROVED SINGER SEWING MACHINE
walnut fratno, with throo drawers, and
drop loaf n bargain >t $10.00.
Special bargains iu 8 dav clocks with
t.j hour strike, walnut, frame, r-:i. 1 ;"> worth
$i?.<i<>. We keen a full lino ol watchoH.
fewolry. spootaolos, banjos, violins and
harmonicas. Agonts for tho Cornish
Organ Company. IJuy from us and sayo
$to to $.")0 on an organ
Fresh coniooUons, cigars aud tobacco
always on hand. Furtilturo a spoolalty.
Hhlhest price paid lor cotton seed,
Wednesdays and Saturdays at Barks
dale, 8. tt. (Hvo Us a call at our store
near fjiTTf.K Knoii, S. ('.
L. E. BURNS & CO.
Advice to Women
If you would protect yourself
from Painful, Profuse, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Men
struation you must use
(UnTF.iwviM.n, April 20,1880.
This win certify that two moinUers of my
Imnicillreo fiimlly, r.flcr havimt milfrrod for
years fron? nicifMrwnl c rn ini-uy,
Ming treated without benefit by physicians,
were at loncth cou?|i*.et"ly curc.l b> one Itnttlo
of Bradfl?M*? I'cmnlo lir-uu Inlor. JUj
effect Is truly wonderful. J. w. Hi uahob.
Book to " woman " mailed fri'.k, wblob contain*
valuable lufuriuutton ou all f>:r.iulo dUonsi-.H.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO..
von hat.ii hy A^ft vnuaai?ia.
in HmIi f Mim?"h??' i ??a*?n? M
I.., i., Amur i -u . AmmIh
111,1 Jiia, i...m>. ToUilo. OMo
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l.?mm uv*r*?OO.f? ?>
nah. V..M ? ..ii fin Ihr Warfe uti'l h?
.rri f'l' rimll./ fn.ni #4 lo
(Kin .for. All ** ?.Wi >li"? ? ..ili...?
(Mil ?Ufi (tah. Chi >? i ik In iMI, llmo
. > >ii >>.? ? ? Wjtntonfi rorwoch?
nt. FMIiirr iiiiltii.xt i> ?....-ttB ?h< ?>>.
NKW ?i .11- n?iH?if?1. r?.ll<uli<i'<Vra.
II. I!,.11. (t .1 ?'<>..Itox M-o t'orlli.iMl.MuliiO
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
We offer Ono liuiirired Dollars
reward for any ease of catarrh that
cannot he cured by taking Hall's
K. J. ClIKNKY & C0.| Props., To
We, the undersigned, have known
P. J. Cheney for the last J? yearn,
and believe him perfectly honor
able in all business transactions,
and financially able to carry out
any obligations made by their
West & Trua.v, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, (). Welding, Kin
nan & Marvin, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally acting directly upon the
blood und mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free.
Prloo 7?c per bottle. Kohl by all
"Pnrncilicido" cures itch in 30
minutes. Price ?uets. Sold by Dr.
C. D. Poolo, Damons, S. 0.
Do You Want an education?
Note the following facts about
tho Presbyterian College of South
Total necessary expenses ten
month. In college classes,!}. 12!); high
Curriculum of Study; best Moral
Training and surroundings; Pro
hibition town. Faculty for next
year consists of live professors and
three tutors; Y. M. C. A. and Gym
nasium connected with the college.
The Preparatory Department is
under the immediate control of fho
Faculty and is taught by three tu
tors, thouroughly competent to do
the best of preparatory work. To
tal necessary expenses in prepara
tory classes, from $100 to $110 for
len months. For catalogue and
further information apply to
JOHN J. OLE LAND,
July 7, '01 8mo President,
Of Settlement And Final Dis
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will, on the 29th day
of Oct., 1891, at J.aureus C. IL, S.
C, at tho office of John M. Clardy,
Judge of Probate, and by his per
mission, settle the estate of E. Ma
rindn Hcudenson, deceased, end at
the same time apply for a final dis
All creditors of said estate will
lender at said time an account' of
their demands, duly attested or be
I forever barred and all persons in
I debted to said estate must settle on
or before said dale.
I E. J. HENDERSON,
Sept 29, 91 4t Executor.
Office of County Treasurer, )
Lnurcns, C. II. S. C. j
The Treasurer's office will be
open at Lnurcns C. II. on the 15th
day of October for the collection of
taxes for Lnurcns county, S. C, for
the fiscal year commencing Nov.
ist, 1890, and remain open until
the second day of Nov. 1891.
After the second day of Nov. I
will attend the following named
places for the collection of said
Nov. 3d at Tylcrsvillc, in Scuf
fle-town township, from 10 a. m. t?
2 p. in.
Nov. Uli at Joseph Duncan's
Stoic, Jacks tow nship, from 9 a.
111. to 11 a. in.
Nov. 1 at R. Y. II. Hell's, store in
Jacks township, from 1 p. M, to .|
Nov. 5II1 at Clinton, in Hunter
township, from 9 a. m, to 12 m.
Nov. 5U1 at Goldvillc, in Muillcr
township, from 2 p, m. to 4 p. in.
Nov. 6th at Milton, in Hunter
township, from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Nov. 7II1 at Spring Grove, in
Cross Hill township, from 9 a. in.
to 12 111.
Nov. 7U1 at Cross Hill, in Cross
Hill township, from 2 p, m. to .j p.
Nov. 9th at Waterloo, in Water
loo township,from 10 a. m. 103 p. in.
Nov. 10th at B. L. Henderson's,
in Waterloo township, from 9 a. in.
to 12 m.
Nov. 10th at Bl'CWCl'ton, in Sul
livan township, from 2 p. m. to .|
Nov. tilh at Tumbling Shoals in
Sullivan tow nship from 9 a m. to
Nov. 1 ith at Goodgion's, in Dial
township, from 2 p. m. to j p. in.
Nov. 12II1 at Dial church, in Dial
township, from 9 a. in. to 12 m.
Nov. 12th at White's Store, in
Dial township, from 2 p. m. to j p.
Nov. 13th at Parson's Store, in
Young's township, from !) a m. lo
2 p. in.
Nov. 14th iif Youngs Store, in
Youngs township, froin 9 a. in. lo
Nov. 1.1 111 at Pleasant Mound, in
Youngs township, from 2 p. in. to
I p. in.
After the 14th day of Nov. the
Trcasurei's office will be open at
Lnurcns c. 11., S. C, for the col
lection of said taxes until the 15th
of Dec. 1891. The tax Jlcyy for
Lnurcns county for Ihe fiscal year is
State tax 4 ,l mill..
County lax 2.1 mills.
Railroad tax ?>.' mills.
School tax 2 mills.
Total 137 mills.
Poll tax $1.00.
Special levy for school in the cily
of Laurcns 2A mills.
J. D. MOCK,
Trcasuicr, L. C.
Sept. 26, 1891-tf. ?
Children Cry for Pitcher's CasiorK
PAT. AUG. 25, 1891.
Gin Saw Shield
The army of empty sleeves being
carried! by poor unfortunates caused
by carelessness around Cotton Gins
are greater than those caused by
the late war, but now that the in
ventive genius of man is fast sup
plying the long felt wants with ar
ticlcs that arc, to the human race, a
luxury and a protection there is no
excuse for accidents. As a protec
tion the most useful invention of
the nineteenth century is here
placed before the eye of the reader.
Eureka Gin Saw Shield
although very simple in construc
tion it is colossal in its protection,
ami now that the price of this bar
rier of protection is placed within
the reach of all, the owner of a
Cotton Gin that would not use them
is bidding defiance to accidents that
arc always destructive and in many
instances prove fatal. The shields
are made of cast iron one under
each saw. They arc attached with
screws to a small bar of wood run
ning from one side of gin to the
other; there the bar is made secure
by two right angle castings, the
shields in no way interfere with
falling motes or working of the gin.
Retail price, including end castings
bar ami screws, only 8 cts. per saw.
In addition every one ordering a set
will receive for twelve months the
SouTHBKN CuJ/riVATon and Dixie
Fa um ich. This valuable agricul
tural journal is published at At
lanta, Ga., each edition contains
articles of much value to the far
mer. Agents wanted in every
county in the Cotton States for the
EUREKA GIN SAW SHIELD
Write for special terms to agents.
Don't be nfrnid to take hold. No
set speeches required because
It, JBeiis Itself:
The public arc invited to examine
the set on exhibition at Wesley
Washington's Shop, Shields may
be found on sale at 1JOYD A:
HART'S Hardware store. For
W. S. Killingsworlh,
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County oi Lauuens?Puo
WllKKEAS D. C. Smith has
applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Sal He
These are therefore to cite and
admonish nil and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate, to be hohlen at
my oflice at Laurens C. IL, on the
7tli day of Oct., 1S91, at 10 oclock
A. M., to show cause, if any they
can, why letters should not be
Given under my hand ami seal,
this 21st day of" Sept. 1S91.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Sept 2 2ii(l. 31 j. p. i? c.
STRONG POINTS OF THE
Union Central Lite Insurance Company,
It lias 1 Im LOW MST DK AT II HATE
Ii realizes tho HIGHEST lNTKUJ'.ST
RATIO on its investtucnls.
It pays LAUGEST DIVIDEND? to
policy-holders, und has nuulo tlto most
rapid progress of any Company In the
It issues ION DO WNMENT Insurance
at LIFE It ATEM.
It makes ils POLICIES INCONT KS
TA IILE and UOII-l'orfellllblO.
It continued policies In toreo W1TIL
OUT SUKHKXDKH, by the application
of the entire reserve IhefOOn.
It does not own a dollar la FLUCTU
ATING STOCK or bonds.
it imposes no restrictions on Reel*
d'Uico or Travel, and pays LOSSES
IMtoM P I I,v.
s. l\ G ABLINGTON, Aobnt,
Mop. 2I,'01? 3in Laurons, S. C,
do mu mm
OF ANY KIND.
RE." ?0, l.o juro that your
* * dealer furnishes you with
(locdr, Ihn quality of which can
not I10 surpassed. This can
only be done by buyina. The
APPLE ami PEACH ClOER,
GBAPE and FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE,
F.ASPBERflY and PINEAPPLE JULEP,
The mosf pure, wholcsomo and
delightfully refreshing fruit
(leverages to bo hud in lha
country. Packages of thciro
goods am always in perfect
condition and nro guaranteed,
so to ho by
THE SPECIALTY CO,
20 ?! 29 Williamson Slit:-!, 107 Ray Stretl
? *( <^3 UC71 V f.tnill ili< niik. Eaty lo tram.
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LlgtuulU.u l.-iV. 'l lU;i;.t( (l.,*Uil1l?, iUI.IS.
We want the "world*' to know
that the best place on earth to
get first class goods in the Hoe of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS
is at the famous clothing (s
lablishment of Davis, K?per &
Co., Laurens, S. C.
The wliole "world" wants the
best. We have it. The best is
f: '?) our bid for your business. Ouv
BIG FALL AND WINTER
stock has been bought at a bar
gain. Come ami see it. Davis,
?\ Roper *fc Co., Laurens S. C.
OUR STOCK IS LARGE. OUR GOODS ARE NEW.
Our prices arc low. Reo them and von want them. Trice them and you buy them.
Leading houses laid iu r. limited line of extra and choice slvlcs for their best trade. We got them,
me goods bought low. Cau be sold cheap. Manufacturers produced liner goods this season than ever before.
"WE GOT TPIE3JVL."
Lurgo jobbeis ollored prices below the market to cash buyers. We got thctn.
CLOTHING, LADIES' AND GENTS' SHOES, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Si>:ts from 750. to $30?to suit the purse. Cotton^ low so arc our prices.
Absolute ItNile at Auction
ENTIRE SHOE STOCK
^asli Oo nip airy
Sale commencing 1st
Tuesday in October on
which day our entire
Stock of 330.003
will be sold without re~
serve, to continue until
is disposed of including'
Notions, Shoos, Etc.
Models and Studies
,P AUSTIN CM
All kinds mado to order,
BLACK INK, PENS, PENCILS,
Books, Standard Books,
ABC Hooks and Juvenilis,
Magazines and Novel;.
Subscriptions taken for newspapers
S. S. SM Ii. B. Ii., P. 1'. P.
Soaps and Fresh Garden Seeds,
All Sohl at
BOTTOM PR ICLS,
VVILKES' BOOR AND DKUC?
T. E. TODD,
Insurance and Hc.il Estate Agent.
Roprcsonts (Ivo <>i' tho host and m<
responsible FI 111] Insurance Compnni
and tho largest capital stock mit: in
Biiraueo Company iu tho world. Will
REAL ESTATE FOR SAL?!.
Ono lot, half aero fronting on Main >l ,
containing 2% aoros, half inllo west <i
Also 75 sores of land, all In tho Iikioi
poratlon, for brIq iit roasonablo prices.
Sopt. 14, 1801?8m.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Read This and Show It to Your Friends!
MARTIN'S DRUG STORE
Tiuynhiin & Dial's Block, Laurens, S. C, is the place where
PARMBRS _A.TST!D DOCTORS
will be given a reduction from the regular price on
Ohemioa Is, Paints,
Patent Medicines. Toilet Articles.
AND ALL GOODS IN THE DRUG LINE.
ist. Wo are always glad to see you.
2d. No trouble to show goods.
3rd. If you don't see what you waul ask fur it.
ath. Low est cash prices for best goods made.
t[\i, A full assortment always on band.
6th. To please our customers is our greatest pleasure and delight.
Yours very truly,
Lnurcns, S. C. Oct. 3d, 1S91.
'?Casio* Soi?i co well adapted to children that
J n commend UasEiipcrior to any prescription
kr.own to me." U, a. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Caatorla etrrcfl Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoen. Kructation,
Kills Worms, given Bleep, and promotes di
out injurious medication.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
it.! merits ro well known that it 8Cems a work
of supererogation to ondorso it. Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Mahtyn, P.D.,
New York City.
J.r.to Pastor BloomlngdalO Reformed Church.
" For several years I have recommended
your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. 1'aui.kk, M. D.,
"The Winthrop," 185th Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Tms Ckntaur Company, 77 Muriiay Stukkt, New York.
My enormous slock of staple and fancy
BBI MILLINEBT BOOTS
SHOES, CLOTHING, ET?5.
are arriving daily by express and freight. 1 am offering Ihcni at prices
far below all past times.
DRESS GOODS in nil the latcsl shades. Staple and fancy
j Dry Goods and Notions of every description.
1 have the latest styles; the finest quality; the utmost variety all
I combined by mc l<> make one mighty effort for trade. Come around
and inspect and criticise and you w ill lind fair dealing and dollars sawed
I to those w ho pali'oni/.c mc.
A thoroughly lirsl class stock of Millinery composing quality and
elegance of TALL and WINTER STYLES. This department is
presided over by Miss Emtii Tall of Baltimore assisted by Mus. I. !>?
Adams and Miss Ma in Riveiis of Laurens.
Boots and Shoes.
Our Shoe Department is complete with the best makes and latcsl
styles and ai prices defying competition.
A choice selection of Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, hats, Um?
br< Has, Collars, Cull's, Ties, etc., embracing all lllC latest st)le.s.
Come in and see what pleasure, satisfaction and economy there is iu
3". T. Poole,
LaurenS' S3 O.