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LAUKENS, S. 0., Oct. 6th, 1801
Cotton yoatorday, 8.40 to 8%. Somo
Gcn'l Waltor Gray wa? horo Wodnos
.Mi'-', m him id Farley Las gone to Asho
Dr. J. P. Hiinpson went to Glonn'?
Dr. Oaluo has returned from his north?
Adj't. General Farley wan horo last
Ass't. AdJ'tGen'l Watta inspected tho
Cltnton Hille? last Tuesday.
Mr. J. 1>. ISpps wont to Newborry
Mr. Mut Kiddlo is building a houso in
(Sou auvoitisomont of the great closing
out salo of tho Augusta Store
Wo aro glHd to see Mr, Will Irby on
tho strcots again aftor his illness.
Happy and content is a home with "Tho Ro
chester; a lamp with the light of the morning.
Catalogues, wiite Rochester Lamp Co., New York.
Miss Junto Hlvcrs loft for Charleston
to attend tho Confoderato Homo School
Mr. J. ?. Garlington has. full control
of tho Spartunburg Horaldnow, Mr. W.
M. Jones having rosigntid.
Mossrs. Oraydon of Abbovillo, Irvino
of Groouviilo, and Feathorstono of An
derson attonded court last week.
Capt. John. M. Hudgons will address
tho Rabun Alliauco noxt Saturday at 2
Rev. J. L. Hlaiock, or Fountain Inn,
Will preach at Ruhun church on Satur
day ovoning. tho 10th lust.
Tho editor of this paper has go no to
Charleston on business not in tho least
connociod with tho ??Ring,"
Mr. Joe l'carco, Jr., und Miss Allio
Henderson were marriod at Watorloo
Sunday by Rov. J. Ti. Parrott. Tho
ADVERTISER extends best wishes.
Rov. John M. Rose, Jr., of Greenville,
S.O., said: Any audieuco of intolligont
pooplo may reckon thomsolvos highly
favored if they shall have tho privilege
of hearing Rev. R. H. Smith's Lecture.
Mr. 10. 1*. .Junes, and family, of Roy
nosa, Laurons county, havo moyod to
town and occupy tho residence lately
Vjl'atod by Mr. Kpting on Harrington
j 'ho frionds of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
I n.norman, of Glenn Springs, will
gr'ovod to hoar of tho death of ono of
ir twin babes, Wells Patillo, which
airrod on tho morning of Oct. 3d.
'horo was a distinguished visitor in
l^^vn Friday, It was *'Clianco-to-bo,"
^Mfc (tuest horse porttaps, in South Caro
lina. When Richard cried, "My king
dom for a horsol" "Chanco-to-bo" was
tho ideal ho had In mind.
John Poolo, James Dial, Charloj' Greor
and Warron Sullivan loft last Wednes
day for tho WoiFord Utting school. Allen
Rarksdulo left for Furman Uniyersit3'
on tho day preceding.
A negro Is reportod killed noar Gold
villo on Sunday last by another negro
while engaged in a game of cards. Thoso
ncgroos it would seoin aro akil-kenny
Prolossor W. T. McIOlroy, charged
with assault and battery with intent to
kill during last week, voluntarily sur
rendered himself to tho shorill-, hearing
that a warrant was sworn out. Ho will
probably givo bail.
Mr. J. M. Visauska is at home. Ho
spent September on Roan Mountain
and escaped tho hay lever, as did all the
ono hundred and sixty-two who had
Hod there for rofllge. Wo congratulate
Row Robert H. Smith, tho drummor
evangelist, formorly of Goorgia but now
of Greenville, S. C, will deliver his fa
mous lecture, "America as I havo scon
11," at tho Opera Houso, Oct.G, 01. Ad
mission, 26 cents; children under 12
3'ears, 15 conts.
An opon switch, the engine and a box
dorailod, tho track torn up and all trains
delayed! This is what happened at tho
Harper street crossing as the Greonvillo
and Laurons mixed passenger and
freight was leaving early Saturday
morning. Tho fireman and ongineor
were hurt but not seriously.
Rock Iln.r., S. C, Aug. 28, 1801.
Globe Phosphate Co., Columbia S. C?
I usod 200 lbs of your Globe Guano por
aero this season on my crop of cotton.
In comparison with other fertilizers I
regard yours as equal to tho best high
grado fertilizer?. In regard to tho in
tensive system of farming it always
pays well to l'ertili/.o liborallj'.
l redeix Jones.
Roland'? advertisomont greets you.
It is only a hint to progressive, thrifty
farmers and mechanics of what Mr. Ro
land and his salesmen aro always
pleased to show callers. His building
packod from garret to collar with such
? splendid stock is a rovelation that Lun
kens is in roality a city. P.y tho wa3',
every youngstor should buy a good
pockot knife from Roland.
Henry Subor is in jail. Ho was cap
tu rod noar Ora lust week by Oscar Hun
tor and Robert Compton. Henry Is
charged with tho killing of Thornton
Nauco along with tho ton now awaiting
tho coming of doom because of it. In
tho trial it was tho theory of tho defenco
that Subor was tho man who actually
took Thornton Nanco's lifo. Suber's ar
rival was somewhat delayed but ho Wljl
bo given a showing at tho February
Any poison or persons who havo not
iced t he change in Fleming .V. Co.'s
;<dv e? i / -erneut wlll soon discover that
I i mo spout In its careful perusal is money
paved in tho ond, Us interesting notes
about shoes, hersej'B, clothing etc., will
bo invaluablo to those who hoed them.
Visitors at Floming A, Go's aro always
nlcoly treatod and thoy always loavo
salisnod with their purchases.
Farmer Walton has dono moro than
any other man in Filgelleld county to
advance tho intcusivo modo of farming.
Tho farmera all lislon whon ho speaks.
Meeting Hv jjket, S. C, Sopt. 2, 1801.
Cilobo Phosphate Co., Columbia, S.O.
?? used two to four hundred pounds
por acre of your fertilizers on my crop
of cotton this eoason. Prospoct for In
creased yield in good, I regard yours
?? equal to or bettor than guanos used
ibof?fn?. Will write you later more
.about ;.? .fir guano in tost* with other
nuanus. Aft to (he intensive system of
farming it is the only way to farm. Will
?write to 3'ou iator on my success this
>ear. W. T. Watvton.
Mr. Strlbil n^koows h ttw> Jersey e??w
wbon he sees hoe and ho 1? a g?vxl judge
or other tnattora.
Srhi 111,1 wo, H. t?., Sept. 3, 1801.
Globe Phosphate Co., Columbia, H. C.
~I used 200 to 800 poundH per acre of
Olobo Pbospbsto on my crop of cotton
and corn tho present season. r.-ospcot
for an Increased yield 100 per cent. I
regard your fertilizer equal to spy and
superior to somo olhors I have used.
The inlonsive system of fanning is tho
only road to success in our country.
J. W. K'ruinniNO.
An old physician, retired from prae
ter), having had placed In his hands by
an Kast India missionary tho formula of
a simplo vcgotablo romodoy lor the
tion, Bronchitis, Catarrh. Atdhma and
all throat anu Lung Affections, also a
positive and radical euro for Nervous
Doblllty and all Norvous Complaints,
aftor having tested its woudorrul cura
tivo powers in thousands of cases, has
folt it his duly io inako it known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a dosiro to relievo human
Suffering, I will sond froo of charge, to
all who deslro It, this rocipo, in Gorman,
Pronch or English, with full directions
or preparing and using. Hont t>y mail
by addressing with stump, naming this
papor, W. A. NoYKB, S20 Powers' Block
Rochester, N. V.
From tho Dabbler.
Mr. John Wright is In Abbeville. His
hotilth Is improving.
A lady tolls mo that there is not a
dudo in this town.
Mr. and Mrs. Thon. P, Jones, of Clin
ton, worein town .Saturday.
Havo you called at Johnson's Jewelry
Palace lately? if not, call and Bee bis
Mrs. J. A. Copt hind is at homo again
and wo aro nil glad to soo hor.
Isn't Col. Evans' cottage on Hampton
.street going io bo a charm?
1 hoar from fugitives Dunk Watts and
Allen Fleming OUOO in a while. Both
aro nourishing like green boy saplings.
Thorn is a family ol 'possums in Lau*
rons township and tho boys g? hunting
Davis, I toper <t Co. will perhaps givo
an ontortainmont Christmas. it will
dra.v well. Now is tho tinio to got your
The Court ol Common Pleas.
This eon rt adjourned Saturday. Judge
Hudson being a laboring man in tho
mosi excellent sense of the term, a groat
tloal was accomplished.
In tho ease of Doia Maddon against
tho P, It. A VV. C. railroad, there was a
demurrer by tho defeneo which was
ovorrulod and tho caso was continued
pending appeal. Miss Maddon bought
a ticket and was a passenger from .Lau
rens to High Point. Who was in
jured in gotting Ott" the train and sues
for ten thousand dollars. Tho com
plaint alleges that tho train stopped at
a place, not tho usual one, whom tho
distanco to tho ground was high and
that no stopping stool was provided.
His Honor dismissed the petition for
mandctmua from tho city council of Lau?
rons to coinpol the county commission
ers to rebuild thO Msi.U Street bridge
over Llttlo Itivor. Ho dismiss?d it oh
tho ground that the city had exclusive
jurisdiction over tho streets and tho
commissioners had nothing to do with
it. He also said If there was any rem?
ody against tho commissioners, it would
bo by Indictment.
In tho caso of Baughin against tho P. It.
A \V. C. railroad there was a compro
mise verdict of ?72~) for the plaintiff. Mr.
Baughm had boon hurl in asmashup.
There wcro other interesting cases
tried, but spaco won't allow us to men
All tho lawyers who had casos ami
made speeches at this court ac itled
themselves with eclat. Tboso who suf
fered defeat Rllflored it with honor.
Tho farmers are busily engaged
in making hay and gathering the
Prof. Bryson, of Duo West, lias
been elected principal of the
Princeton High School for the next
session, which opens Oct. ?.
On last Sunday seven candidates
for baptism were baptized by Rev.
M. A. Connor, pastor of tho Prince
\V. JL McOuen left on tho 17th
lilt, for a month's visit to relatives
J. P. Monroe and W. L. Taylor,
formerly of this place, but now of
llonea Path, were here last Satur
day and Sunday on a visit to their
relatives. The former is engaged
with Mil ford & Monroe, the latter
is attending tho Honen Path High
School, Come again, boys.
J. II. Madden is clerking for B.
P. Arnold. lie will be glad to seo
his friends and have their liberal
Quito u number of people of this
community attended the Fair at
Graycourt last Friday, 25th. They
report everything as being "O. K."
B. P. Arnold's residence on West
Street is completed and adds much
to tho appearance of that part of
Kov. J. IL Parrott has accepted
a call of the members ol the Prince
ten Baptist church to supply that
church next year. We congratu
late them on securing the services
of such an abb; preacher as Mr.
The health of the community is
very good at this writing.
John Humbert left on the 1st
tnst to outer collopo at Wofford.
Cupcrt Gambroll returned to the
same institution. Pkck.
"A Drink Pit for Yo Gods."
Lovers of a fruit juice beverage
find a pure, wholesome and delight*
fully refreshing drink in Tho Spec
ialty Co's Apple and Peach Cider
Grapo and Florida Orange Julep,
Raspberry and Pineapple Julee.
Be sure that you ask for The Spe
ciality Co's Goods. The Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and 90 Will
liamson St.; Ofilco, 107 Bay St. Sa
An eight pound baby was born
to Mr. und Mrs. Grovor Cleveland
at six minutes past twelve Friday
night last. It was alive and kick
ing when last hoard from. It is of
tho sex that will need hairpin:, and
chaperons some day. Let the
child bo named Nancy ilankins
Because it has proven Ks abso
lute morlt over and over again,
because It has an unequalled rec
ord of cures, becauso its business
Is conductod in a thoroughly hon
est manner, and becauso it com
bines economy and strength, being
tho only medicine of which "100
doses one dollar" is true?theso
strong points havo made Hood's
Sarsiipnrilla tho most successful
metlicino of the day.
Tlio L'rcuilunv'LlKt of tlio
I ^^^4?Tc^art Fair.
Best piece patch work, Mrs. A.
Best piece laid work, Mrs. J. D.
Best silk embroidered slumber
robe, Mrp. A J. Christopher.
Best embroidered worsted work,
Mrs. J. P. Gray.
Second best embroidered worsted
work, Miss Ida Thompson.
Best silk embroidered quilt, Miss
Best exhibit band-made lace col
lars, MisB. Hortense Tahir.
Best handkerchief case, Mrs. T.
Best hand-made fan, Miss Price
Best hand painlcd lampshades,
Miss Matlio Stuart.
Best homo knit half-hose, Mrs. A.
Best crochet embroidery, Miss
Best drawn work, Miss Nora
Second best drawn work, Mrs.
Jasper F, Martin.
Best hand painted screen, Miss
Second best hand painted screen,
Mrs. J. D. Mills.
Best sofa pillow, Mrs. A. J.
Best brocaded pincushion, Miss
Beat frunflower pincushion, Mrs.
R. L. Gray.
Best window lambrequin, bro
cade painting, Mrs. L. (3. Dorroh.
Best embroidered pillow slip,
Miss Ada Martin.
Best sham, Kensington stitch,
Miss Clara Switzer.
Best sham, chain stitch, Mis Sal
Best knit shams, Mrs. Matlio
Best shams, drawn work, Mrs. It.
Best quilting on patchwork, Miss
Best hand painted easel scarf,
Mrs. A. J. Christopher.
Best easel scarf, Kensington
work, Mrs. J. P. Gray.
Best easel scarf, drawn work,
Miss Nivea Patton.
Best rick rack dress front, Miss
Best knit spread, Miss C- Stod
Second best knit spread, Miss
Best hand painted wall pocket,
Mrs. lt. L. Gray.
Best fly fan, Mrs. R. L. Gray.
Best felt scarf, Mrs. A. J. Chris
Second best felt scarf, Mrs. J. P.
Best exhibit of flowers, Mrs. J. T.
Best zephyr fascinator, Miss
" Best chair, Newton Dial.
Best embroidered banner, Mr?.
A. J. Christopher.
Best felt scarf, hand painted,
Miss Maltie Stuart.
Best exhibit canaries, Miss Ida
Best quilt, Mrs. J. D. Patton.
Best ps8tolle, Mrs. J. M. Gray.
Besl study in oil, Mrs, J. M.
Best crayon, Mrs. T, F. McManus.
Best brocade stork on glass, Mrs.
J. D. Mill?.
Best study flowers, Mrs. R, L.
JELLIE3, preserves, etc.
Best apple jelly, Miss Mittie Bolt.
Second best apple jelly, Miss
Best crab apple jelly, Miss Susie
Second best crab apple jelly, Mrs.
T. A. McCarley.
Best grapo jelly, Miss Alice
Best BCUppemong jelly, Miss Su
Second best scuppernong jelly,
Miss Clara McCarley.
Best muscadine jelly, Miss Mittie
Second best muscadine jelly,
Miss Annie Simmons.
Best quince jell)', Miss Ada F.
Second host quince jelly, Mrs.
J. M. Gray.
Best quince preserves, Mrs. R.
Best pear preserves, Mrs. J. P.
Best damson pickles, Mrs. T. A.
Best cucumbor pickles, Miss
Best brandy peaches, Miss Cul
Best blackberry wine, Mrs. Hat
Second best blackberry wine,
Best grapo wine, Miss Culbcrt
Second best grape wine, Miss
Best canned cherries, Mrs. J. P.
Best canned apples, Dr. J. A.
Second best canned apples, Mrs.
Best canned peaches, Mrs. J. P.
Second best canned peaches, Dr.
J. A. Westmoreland.
Best tomato catsup, Miss Cul
Second best tomato catsup, Miss
Bost lot canned vegotablos, Lan
ford Canning Factory.
Best red pepper, Mrs. J. D. Mills.
Best butter, Mrs. W. P. Harris.
Second best buttor, Mrs. R. L.
Best half breed Cornish Indian
gamep, Dr. J. A. Barksdale.
Best pair game Bantams, H. B.
Second best pair gamo Bantams,
Best pair Buff Cochens, J. T. Pe
Best Tommyhawk games, J. T.
Best grade Leghorns, W. S. Pc
I 1 -^-=
. Second best grade Leghorns, S.
Beet pair grade Plymouth Rooks,
\V. S. Peden.
Best grado Plymouth Rock, L. C.
Best trio grade Plymouth Rocks,
G. F. Dorroh.
Best Pekin Ducks, David Roaee.
Best pair 'possoms, Effie Ow
Best pet 'possom, Maggie Ball.
Best Peach Bloom game, M. II.
Best Baltimore game, M. H. Les
Beet pair white game Baniams,
J. D. W. Watts.
Best dominique game cock, J. D.
Best pair Silver Seabright Ban
tams, J. D. W. Watts.
Best pair War Horse games, J.
D. W. Walts.
Best Groy Irish gameB, J. D. W.
Best Bod Pyle game Bantams, J.
D. W. Walts.
Best cross War Horse games, J.
D. W. Watts.
Best pair Emdor geese, J. D. W.
Best pair Chinese geese, J. D. W.
Best sheaf oats, W. P. Harris;
best shelled oatB, W. S. Peden; best
whito Ti'oad corn, E. S. Nash; sec
ond best white broad corn, E. T.
Shell; best white ear corn, W. S.
Peden ; best yellow corn, J. R. Cul
bertson; best whito field corn, A.
S. Nash; best Irvin white corn, A.
S. Nash ; best ku klux corn, A. S.
Nash; best yam potatoes, R. L.
Gray ; second best yam potatoes,
E. f. Shell; best Florida yam po
tatoes, W. C. Curry; be6t white
peas, J. S. Switzer; second best
white peas, E. T. Shell; best
specklo peas, E. T. Shell; second
best speckle peas, J. S. Switzer;
best Jersey peas, David ltease; best
okra, J. S. Switzer; best cayenne
pepper, L. C Dorroh ; best Childs
imported pepper, L. C. Dorroh;
best red pepper, E. T. Shell; best
pumpkin, Anderson Robertson;
best squa?h, Anderson lloberteon;
best stalk fruited cotton, J. W.
Yeargin ; best Rease imported cot
ton, David Rease; best stalk Peter
kin cotton, John R. Woods; best
goard, B. B. Smith ; best stalk corn,
L. D. Power; best stalk yellow
corn, L. S. Bolt; best roasting ears,
J. M. Gray ; fullest stalk corn, John
Simmons ; best prolific corn, Ii. W.
E. Putnam; best crab grass hay, J.
S. Switzer; best matured hay, Wis
tar Stewart; best butter beans,
Master Furman Coleman ; best ap
ples, people's delight, J. Y. Boyd;
best box apples, Mrs. J. M. Franks;
best apples, L. S. Bolt; beBt home
mado shingles, T. Grumbles; best
stalk orange cane, E. F, Temple
ton; best sorghum, S. T. Stewart;
best Bailey imported cotton, J. A.
Westmoreland; best Fleming im
ported cotton, W. Y. Weathers;
second best Fleming imported cot
ton, G. W. Lcake; best stalk im
ported Thorn cotton, Y. N. Wil
lard; best stalk prolific cotton, Y.
N. Wiilard; best turnips, W. Y.
Weathers; best watermelon. L. B.
Babb; best lintless cotton, H. T.~
Ferguson; best pop corn, E. T.
Shell; second best pop corn, Wis
tar Riddle; best patent churn, W.
H. McDill; best Eureka gin shield,
\V. S. Killingsworth ; best bale cot
ton, E- T. Shell; second best bale
cotton W. T. Dorroh ; best cotton
planter, Long tfc Wham; second
best cotton planter, Long & Wham.
Light Draft Houses, South
Best stallion, 3 years old and
over, J. W. Holland ; best stallion,
2 years old, J. P. Kellott; second
best stallion, 2 years old, J, R. Wil
lis; best stallion, 1 year old, H. B,
Stewart; second best stalliion, 1
year old, O. P. Sloan ; best gelding,
3 years old and over, Frank Shell;
bost gelding, 2 years old and over,
J. W. Holland; beat brood mare,
with suckling colt, W. E. Chap
man; best filly, 3 yeors old, J. R.
Willis, second best filly, 3 years
old, Robert Coleman; best filly, 2
years old, G. A. Fuller; second best
filly, 2 yoars old, J. C. Counts;
best filly, 1 year old, R. L. Moore;
second beat filly, 1 year old, Toli
ver Robertson ; best filly, under 1
year old, W. E. Chapman; best
stallion, 1 yoar old, T. It. Simpson.
heavy draft horses?second
Best stallion, 3 yoara old and
over, J. C. Alexander; second best
stallion, 3 years old and over, J. D.
Cheeks; best stallion, 2 years old,
J. T. Peden; best stallion, 1 year
old, E. R. Powor; second best stal
lion, 1 year old, ThaddeuH Babb;
best filly, 2 years old, A. S. Peden;
second best fill}', 2 years old, W. S.
Peden ; best filly, under 1 year old,
A. S. Peden ; best gelding, 3 years
old and over, M. E. Simmons; sec
ond best golding, 3 years old and
over, J. It. Willis; best gelding, 2
years old, Robert Coleman; best
filly, open to tho world, R. Y. H.
standard rrkd dorses?third
Best stallion, 3 years old and
over, J. P. Gray; second best stal
lion, 3 years old and over, B. W.
Lanford ; bent golding, 3 years old
and over, W. W. Griilin; second
best gelding, 3 years old and over,
N. A. Kellett; best golding, 2 yoars
old, G. T. Cook ; bost filly, 3 years
old, W. P. Naeh; best filly, 2 years
old, 11. L. Mooro; second best filly,
2 years old, K. P. Power; best gold
ing, open to the world, L. E.
Burns; best mare, open to the
world, W. W. Griflin; second beat
mare, open to tho world, T. 0.
Stowart ; best pair match geldings,
W. J, Barksdale ; best pair, ono of
each sex, .J. P. Gray; second best
pair, one of each sex, O. L. Iluntor;
best pair geldings, open to the
world, Frank Shell; second best
pair goldings, open to the world, J.
saddle ii0r8b8?fifth t'l.ASB.
J^Best saddle gelding, 3 yoars old
and over, J. T. Wix; second beat
aaddlo golding, 8 yoars old and ovor,
S. D. Martin; best saddle mare, 3
years old and over, D. D..Harris,/
second best saddle mare, o vixfrs
old and over, B. M. Wolff; jbest
saddle gelding, open to tbo \yYnld,
J. S. Hunter; second best saddle
gelding, open to the world, H. B.
Stewart; best saddle mare, open to
the world, ?. M. Wolff; second best
saddle mare, open to the world, M
McCauley; best 2 year old buggy
stallion, J. P. Kellett ; best pair
match stallions, J. P. Kellelt; best
pair double harness horses. A. C.
Fuller, Jr.; second best pair double
harness horses, W. B. Goodgion.
Best lady horse-back rider, Mrs.
II. B. Gritton; second best horse
back rider, Miss Uta Owens.
Best jersey bull, W. P. Harris;
second best jersey bull. B. L. Wof
forJ ; best jersey bull, 1 year old,
best jersey heifer, 1 year old, sec
ond best jersey heifer, 1 year old,
W. P. Harris; best grade jersey
cow, 3 years old, J. H. Wolff; sec
ond best grade jersey cow, 3 years
old, W. P. Harris; best grade jer
sey cow, 2 years old. lt. L. Gray;
second best grade jorsey cow, 2
years old, W. P. Harris; best grade
jersey cow, 1 year old and over. W.
P- Harris ; best grade jersey calf, L.
Z. Wilson ; second best grade jer
sey calf, J. N. Leak?; best grade
jersey bull, 2 years old, J. T, Pc
den; second best grade jersoy bull,
2 3'oars old, C. W. Benson; best
grade durham calf, Marcus Gar
lingtou ; second best, J, M. Moore ;
best grado durham cow. William
Moseloy, colored; second best, J.
M. Moore; best grado durham cow,
2 years old, Marcus Garlington;
first and second best grado durham
bull, 1 year old, William Moseley.
colored; beet grado brahmin cow,
Marcus Garlington ; best grade ay
shire bull 1 year old, O. P. Sloan ;
bestdevon bull, Barksdale tfc Mills;
best yoko oxen, W. M. Henderson ;
fecond best, W. P. Harris; best
cow of all breeds, lt. L. Gray ; best
beef of all breed?, J. T. Pedon.
Best southdown buck, best south
down ewe, best southdown buck
lamb, Willie S. Pedon.
Mirtle M. Tanner, Boonvllle,
Ind., writes: "I bad blood poison
from birth. Knots on my limbs
were as largo as hen's eggs. Doc
tors said I would be a cripple, but
B. B. B. has cured me sound and
well. 1 shall ever praise the day
the men who invented Blood Balm
I hereby give notice that I forbid
all persons from hunting,fishing or
otherwise trespassing upon my
lands and will prosecute trespass*
ers to the full extent ot the law.
JOHN 1). MILLS'
Oct. G, '01-3L
Persons holding claims against
the estate of Matilda Goodgions,
deceased, will present them, duly
attested, to the undersigned on or
before the 20th of Oct., 1891, or be
W. B. GOODGIONS,
Oct. 5th,'01-21. Adm'r.
----- Special Notice.
All persons Indebted to mo either
by note or account- die ^earnestly
requested to make payinoTli J>f
same on or before November 1st."
as longer indulgence cannot be
given. 1 have waited long enough
and must collect. W. Ii. UOYD.
Oct. 5th, >0l-3m.
A ma'c teacher for the Now
Prospect School. School opens Dec.
1st and.session to last seven months.
Apply with recommendations to
JNO. R. PIN LEY,
Chairman Board of Trustees,
Maddens, S. C.
Oct. ?, '01-.JL
REAL ESTATE AND COLEGTING AGENCY.
Houses and lands bought, sold,
routed and managed.
Special attention will bo given
to collection. My office is over
Boyd & Hart's store. Prompt at
tention given to business.
A. V. EICHELBERGER.
Laurens, S. C. Oct. ?, 01.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurkns?Puo
WlIBRKAS, J. II. What Ion has
applied tome for Letters of Admin
istration on the estate of Nancy E.
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before tue at a
Court of Probate, to be holden at
my oflicc at Laurens C. H., on the
30th day of Oct. 1S91, at 10
o'clock, A. M., to show cause il
any they can, why letters should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal,
this 21st day of Sept., 1891.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Sept. 23. 6t J. I*. L. C.
I will sell to the highest bidder
on salcsday in November next it
being the ^ day of the month all
that tract 01' parcel of laud situated
in Sullivan township, bounded by
lands of the estate of G. W. Sulli"
van, W. A. Nickels and ethers and
known as the homestead tract of
James A. Wnsson, dee'd. Terms
of sale one half of the purchase
money cash; the remainder in
twelve months from day of sale
with interest from day of sale
with mortgage of premises. Pur
chaser to pay for papers.
JOHN II WASSON,
Sept. 29, '91 Executor.
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Roth tlio method and results when
.Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to tlio taste, and nets
gently yet promptly on tho Kidueys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels coldr, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tho
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 tho most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
tunny oxcellcnt qualities commend it
to nil and have mado it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliab;o druggist who
mny not havo it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW \0RK. N*
STATE ot- SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF LAUKENS,
Court of Common Pi.uas.
Pursuant to degrees of the court
in tho cases below I will sell at pub
lic outcry to Hie highest bidder at
Lau runs Court House. S. 0., before
the Court House door on salesday
in Nov. next, tlio following de
scribed tracts of land on the follow
ing terms: Ono half of tho pur
chase money cash tlio balance with
interest secured by a bond of the
purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage of tho premises sold. The
purchaser to pay lor papers with
leave to (he purchaser to pay Iiis
entire bid ill cash. If tho pur
chaser does not comply with tho
terms of the sale the lands may he
resold on same or some subsequent
.salesday on same terms at risk of
former purchaser without further
order of tho court. All that tract
of land lying in Laurens county, in
said State, bounded by lands of J.
S. Bin lock on tho north, by tho A.
M. K, alt. /ion church on the east,
by lands ot O. If. Subcr on the
south, by Laurens & Newborry road
and lands of J. A. Dice on the west,
and known as the 1*. L. Grimes
place containing sixteen acres more
or less in a suit of partition of
M. S. Bailey & Son against \V. F.
Irby el al.
All that tract of land lying in
Laurens county, in said State, con
taining one hundred and one-half
acres more or less bounded by
lands of Susan I. Crisp, William
Lcamnn,Samuol Austin,and others
in suit of foreclosure of M. S.
Bailey ?C- Sou against CJeo. L. Crisp
J. II. WHARTON,
a o. c. p.
Oct. ?, '01.
STATIC ok SOUTH CAROLINA
CorxTv vy kA-y.KKNs, ...
Court of Common Picas.
John 11. Allgood plaintiff vs. V.
B. Robertson as administrator, etc.
Pursuant to decree rendered by
Iiis Honor Judge J. II. Hudson in
the above stated case 1 will sell on
salesday in November next the
same being the ~d day of the month
at Laurens C. H., South Carolina,
tluring legal hours at public outcry
to the highest bidder all that tract
of laud situated in said county and
Stale, containing one hundred
acres more or less. Bounded by
lands of G. W. Shell, James Hill,
W. O. Whurton, J.H. Wharton and
others, known as the J. Alvin place.
Terms one-half cash balance Oil a
credit of twelve months with in
terest from date of sale, secured by
a bond of the purchaser and mort
gage of the premises sold, with
icavo to tho purchaser to pay ins
entire bid in cash. Purchaser to
pay tor papers. I f terms of sale are
not complied wilii said land to 1)0
resold at the risk of the former pur
chaser. J. II. WHARTON,
Oct. 5, '01.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
countv OK i.aurbns.
Court of Common Pleas.
Robinson, Taylor A- Williams,
Plaintiffs vs John W. Bolt an?! II.
Pursuant to decree rendered by
Judge Hudson in tho above slated
trase, I will soil on salesday in Nov.
next, the same being the 2d day of
tho month, at Laurens Court House, 1
South Carolin?, during legal hours
of sale at public outcry to the high
est bidder, all that tractor parcel
of land situated in said county and
state, containing one hundred and
forty acres more or less, and
bounded by lands of K. I'. Todd,
J. P. .Jones J- W. Bolt and others,
I known as tho ILA. Connor place.
Terms one-half cash, balance on a
credit cf twelvo months with Inter
est from date of sale, secured by a
j bond oi the purchaser and it mort
gage of tho premises sold; with
leave to tho purchaser Jo pay his
entire bid in cash. If the terms of
tho sale are not complied with
said land to ha resold at the risk
of the former purchaser.
j. ii. WjiartTON,
Otf. ?, '01. <?? c\ c i'.
FOR s.VLi: oi- KENT.
a vahiablo house and lot on tho Jersey
side. Lot contains 2 l-? acres frosh land
which is in n high slato of cultivation.
Bplondid two story dwelling containing
si . rooms. Good well of walor, otc. for
furtlior Information apply to
I. M HAMPTON,
Manager Laurens Co. It. K. Agouoy.
F?ll SALE?A small farm (:i0 acres)
Just Olltsldo tho corporate limits Ol the
City <d Laurens. 'Phis farm is in a lligl)
stale of cultivation, lias good dwell
ing, line well of water and splomSid
young oroliard. for particulars call on
.1. M. HAMPTON,
M in igor Laurens county It. H. Ajjonoy.
The Surest Bemedy
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Tho harsh, drastic purgatives, onco deemed indispensable to
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I Quinn, to r*.i i?:?11.? st., Hartford, Conn.
Prepared rj DR. J. C. AVER ? CO., Lc
srd Dealers In fnc&cina.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
Wc realize that to sell goods this fall we have got to give the best
quality for very little money. We have all got but little money and it
must and will go a long ways if you will only buy your goods at the
right place and nt the right prices.
HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU FOR LOW.
A woman's genuine penitentiary button shoe guaranteed full slock
all leather or no pay only if 100. Same in lace for 90c.
A full stock high cut men's brognn +1.00.
The best all wool Jersey's full weight 25c.
We have a limited stock of our popular brand und style of Kci'SCV
that we had such large sales of last season that wc will again sell,
our establishment price 50c.
Standard calicoes, piece 10 to 15 yards, by piece only 5c per yaurT.
Calicoes in bundles nt 25c per bundle or pound.
We have HUNDREDS OF OTHER SUCH BARGAINS but out
space will only allow the mention of these few.
Remember wc arc selling lirst class
Sewing 3VC6LOlain.es a, rid ClooKs
at less than half what an agent would charge yon for the same.
3". O.G. Mem ing <Sc Co
WE HAVE MOVED!
And arc now open on the EJust SlZrG.pl*square in the
IE-EE gtrris :B\xilcLirig
Third door from Opera House where we arc Sellin"1
Heavy and Fancy
C*1 roceries, Confec
tion and Crackers
Tobacco and Cigara,
Goods sold at LIVE and LET LIVE prices. All kinds of
Country 'produce bought. Give us n call.
Laurcns,S. C. Nov. 13, iSyo.
A Complete and Elegant Line of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS,
By square dealing and low prices we hope to merit a continuance o'
your liberal patronage. Repairing done in a most skill
ful manner and at lowest prices.
JEWELRY BP A LACK.
And all that's
Beautiful at the
' r ? & * .
And all that's
Beautiful at the
??Laurens Jewelry Palace!**
I am Daily Receiving Additions to mv splendid HOLIDAY stock
of WATCHES, ORNAMENTAL JEWELRY and SILVER
WARE, STERLING and PLATED. *
Prices the LOWEST. Come and see.
fW'Rcpairing Skillfully done at shoil notice.
W. A. JOjfNSON, South side Public Square