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LAUKENS, 8. C, Nov. 10th, 1801.
LOO .A. Ij ;
Mr. Hi Tompleton is authorized to
take subscriptions for the Advkiitisku.
Mr. Samuel Harnet, or Georgia, la vla
iting relatives in the city.
Col. F. A. Connor, of Cokeabury, was
hero last woak.
Tbo uoxteveut?Mrs. Tom Thumb on
tbo 13tb. _
Y'.Avn Cbri8tmus inouoy by getting
now subscribers for tho AovmiTismt.
Wrlto to thisofllco for particulars.
Treasurer Mock is still onhls rounds
and will bo for a week longor. Tho of
lice is of course closed lor Mio prosent.
Mr. Man Nash, of Groouvillo county,
lost bis barn and stables by Uro, proba
bly ?f Incendiary origin, Saturday night.
Mr. Joo Burton lost a cabin on his
Now berry place worth $120 by an acci
dental lire last weok.
Happy and content Is a home with " Tho Ro
Chester; a lamp with tho liKht of tho morning.
Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co., New York.
Charlie lhnnsido lias about rocovorod
from his broken leg and will bo ablo to
return to collcgo this wook.
Look out for Dr. Eh M. Caine's Heal
Estate, Stock and Hrokorago advertiso
mont this week.
An activo canvasser for tbo Advkuti
sku is wanted at ovory post ofllco in tho
county. Wrlto to this ofneo and loarn
tho liboral commission ollorod.
To TUB i'Ait.M 1:11s.? 1 liavo plenty of
room in my warohouso for tho storage
of your cotton, Bring your cotton in.
Tho protracted mooting at Presbylor
ian Churoh elosod Sunday night. There
woro several additions to tho church
and considerable interest was mani
(ioing to tho Stato Fair, without spec
ial trains and with tbo present schedules
is out of the question for most people.
Cah't tbo railroad pooplo bo provallod
upon to glyo us a special morning train
to t!io Augusta Exposition?
Mr. Win. Shookley brought us six po
tatoes; 1. c. ho brought us a peck of po
tatoes. Tlioy woro huge spoeimons of
tho roots, regular pri/.c-taking, record
breaking spoeimons. They tell a big
talo and ono not to bo disputed of Mr,
Shookloy's gront skill as a farmer.
On last Tuesday Dr. T. F.Tood, Agont
Seetirity Firo Insurance Co., of Now
Haven, paid Mr. G. 11. Anderson $200.00,
tnis being the amount ot insurance on a
small building burned in tho vceont fun
in this city.- Herald.
Mrs. Gen. Tom Thumb and her cele
brated conipany of Lilliputians will be
at the Opera liouso on Friday night.
Mrs. Thumb is but thirty-lour inches in
height but is a perfect woman in minia
ture?intelligent, ploaslng, modost and
agreeable. This is her farewell tour so
bo sure '.o sco her.
Miss Emma K. Med look, of Hrewer
ton, daughor ot Mrs. M. J. Medlock, and
Mr. T. M. Bickens, of Groouvillo, woro
married at tho homo of the brido last
Wodnosday. Tho brido and groom will
resido in Grconyillo. Mr. Piekons is
tho book-kooper in tho otlieo of tho Sin
ger Sowing Machine Company in that
city. Tho AnvmiTISKtt extends host
Yesterday Mr. J. H. Mintor, formorly
of Laurons, but now ongaged in the
furniture business here, brought homo
his boautirul bride, nco Miss Maggie
Murehison, formorly of Coronaen. They
wore marriod last V" dnesday at David
son Collcgo, N. ('.- .bboyillo Lcttor to
Mr. Mintor is a son ot Capt. J. H. Min
tor of this city, and a last year'.' David
son graduate. His friends here offer
congratulations and with thorn tho An
VKRTISBn licartll v joins.
A special meeting of Power Alliance
Tin. fWl will bo held on the 21st hist, at 2
o'clock P. M. All inoinbors aro rc
.jucstod lo attend as important business
must bn transacted.
J. L, PoWBR, Sec.
Notice to Hunters.
All persons uro forbuldon hunting on
tho premises of tho undersigned within
tho carporato limits of tho city. Tho
railway is also forbidden as a highway
to hunters with dogs. B. W. Bai.t..
Uov. Tlllmsn has called a mooting of
citizens to convene at Columbia on
Thursday evening to consider what ac
tion South Carolina should tako with re
gard to tho World's Fair. Laurons
should bo represontod. Wo proposo
that n meeting bo hold immediately,
(thero is no time to lose) by our citizens
to cioet uclogatos. Wo havo faith In
Laurcns as the most progressive city in
(South Carolina and a placn in tho front |
rank rightfully belongs to us whonevor
thero is lo bo an advance. Charleston
fias oloctod a delegation, hot tho Mayor
?fall a mooting lor this ovoning or to
Mayor Dial lo Go to Columbia.
Mayor N. It. Dial has become a inoin
nor ol tho linn of Haskell, Vornor A
Dial at Columbia and Will ohangfl his
rosidonco f/> Columbia. The tlrm Is
now ComoOKOd Of Col. Jno. C. Haskoll,
ox-Comptroller Ueneral Yornor and
?lr. Dial. Mr. Dial is serving his sec
ond torin as Mayor of this elty, and, as
thoBpartanburgHorald says, is onoof
tho best that a town over had?witnoss
our pavements und macadamized streets
,Mr. Dial is a dlroetor of tlio Pooplo's
Jiaii.^ and was ono of its founders, was
president ef the Oil Mill, and has boon
attorney iOV tbo Fnoreo Factory from its
beginning, ill) has boon ac.tlyo in
nearly every pi(WJ0 enterprise inaugu
rated In Laurens in uxoat- years. Fy
orybody knows of bis stoady and fu
crossing success as a lawyer. Laurons
fools that sho will loso onoof hor host
citizens in Mr. Dial and his loaying will
))0 rcgrottod throughout Iho county.
An old physician, rotlrod from prac
tlco, having had placed In bis hands by
an Fast India missionary tho formula Of
u uimplo vogotablo romedoy for tho
,n 'i i and porinanont curoof Consump
tion, lirouohltls, Catarrh, Asthma and
all throat and Lung Affections, also a
fioultivo and radical cure for Norvous
Debility and sll Nervous Complaints,
aftor having tosted Its wondorfui cura
tlvo powers in thousands of cases, has
* felt it his duty lo mako it known to his
?suffering fellows. Actuated by this
?motive nn<l a doslro to relievo human
suffering, J will send free of charge, to
all who -ii ? . ". it, this rocipe, in Gorman,
Froneh or Fng.'lsb, with full directions
or preparing and usloff. Went by mail,
by addressing with stamp, Darning this
paper, W. A. Novi;s, 820 Powers' Block
flochoster, N, Y.
About (ho Schedule.
The now schedule I? unsatisfactory.
The a nvmtiisi.ii was anxious for a
throUKh train between droenvllle and
Columbia via Laurens. Wo havo it
and it is a groat convenience Hut?
h rotoforo wo had* two trains on tho
Qreonvillo road mid two on tho Now
borry. If tho acoomoda-ion train leav
ing Laurens at noon connecting wltb
the aftornoon train on the C. ?V <J.nt
Nev.berry, had boon loft, paiwongors
from Laurens could havo rouched Co
lumbia as oarly at least ss passengers
from GroonvHIo and it would havo lieon
possiulo to go furthor t-outh without
spending a night in Columbia.
Of courso it Ik a inisorahlo arrange
ment by which wo can only arrivo at
Columbia at tho UQSOasonablo hour of
9.40 at night and ho compelled tospond
a lllght beforo gotling away. Tho State's
assumption that llio Herald complains
ol tho arraiiKomont hecauso it dislikes
for Tho Stato to get in ahoad of tho
Nows and Courier appears to 118 as un
reasonable und uncalled fur.
It must boa soureo of satisfaction t<>
tiio llorald to havo tho Register early,
if not Tho State, and tho AbVKHTlBBK is
glad to got both as fresh from the press
as possible. Tho stato ought to remem
ber that if all papers had an oven start
for LaurenSi tho Qroonvlllo Nows and
?Spartauburg Ilornld would boat it out
of sight. However, wo expect very soon
to havo convenient schedules without
furthor comnlaints. (So far, the kicking
lias boon ontiroly in order.
Mrs. Jas. T. Maclion died last Wed
nesday aftor a long illness at her homo
at Princeton] aged about thirly-live
years. Sho loavos a husband and six
children. Sho was a member of the
Methodist Church. 'J'ho ADVKUTISKlt
extends its sympathy to tho hcreaved
Mr. Thomas Babb died at Babbtown
Sunday of paralysis. Ho was about
fifty years of age. Mr. Babb was highly
rospoctod in ills community and his sud
den death onuses doop and general re
Mr. Klijah Lunford, an aitod citizen ol
Woodruff, brotlior of Mr. Juo. Lanford,
Sr. ot this county, died Sunday. Mr,
Lanford'8 long life had boon ono of such
usefulness and ri^ht living as to com
mand for him tho respect and esteem of
Mr. Foster Chapman died nearCharl
ton Hall Monday, aged about 21. Ho
loaves a Wife and thron children. Mr.
Chapmsn was an unassuming but Inm
ost, Industrious, and yallinblo citizen.
Uo was a mcmbor of the Baptist church.
Miss Sallio Parker, daughter of Mr.
Abrain Parker, or Goodglon died Satur
day. She was a young lady beautiful
In lior lifo and character and her death
just as she ontored upon womanhood
is extremely sad. Deep sympathy will
bo folt lor her family.
Mr. Kichaid Kay died at Clinton Fri
day. Mr. Kay was a progressive mer
chant and a man of worth and integrity,
Bethel A. M. 13. Church.
Tho corner stone of tho new Bothel A.
M. K). Church was laid l>y tho colored
masons last Thursday, (fraud Master
Tsaae. White? Of Spartan burg, presiding.
Kov. A. J. Hunter, of Qroonvlllo, doliv
orod a well prepared and thoughtlul ad
The ceremonies were interesting and j
impress!vo and tho musical program
was well exeoutod. Oopioa of various
religious and secular papers, in
cluding the llorald and tho A.?vehti
ber, coins and other articles wero de
posited in tho stone.
A collection was taken up to assist in
tho completion of tho church and about
twenty-six dollars were contributed. A
pleasant foaturo of this collection was
tho earnest work dono by the colored
Presbyterian minister to aid 11.
Tho church building will he a neat
and ooni for table structure and tho con
gregation doservo credit for its ero sion.
A number of whito people attended the
coromonios and among them a represen
tative of tho Advehtibek, The General
Conferenoe of tho Stato will meet with
this church In a few weeks.
A Card of Thanks.
Wo, tho undersigned ooinmlttoo in be
halt of tho olllcors and members of tho
Holhol A. M. K. church take this means
to oxpress our thanks to (ho white
friends present to witness tho laying of
our corner stono and for their liberal
contribution of means to help us com
plete our church in tho sum of $800; to
Grand Lodge and to Jeptha Lodgo for
their kindness in laying our corner stone
according to their rules and customs,
which was woll dono according to our
ability to know. Thanks to all friends
and members present and aiding us in a
most laudable enterprise May tho Fa
ther over sustain you eaeli and all along
your pilgrimage journey till you land
safely on Canaan's happy aboro and rest
on Hj in, tho chief Corner Stono.
H. K. Lkwjs, Pastor,
W. F. Satterwhlio, W. L, Klee, B, V.
Fowlor, S. H. Dondy, W. L, Monifioid,
S. 0, Sattorwhlte, Committee.
Frogs and Spring Lizards From Long
Branch by SlOCMlt) GilSOIl.
Kverybody seems to he busy
gathering the lleeey staplo this
fine weather, and wo ask why it is |
that it takes as long to gather a
half crop us it does to gather a full
crop. Some members of our loaf
er's dub think they will make cot
ton enough to do tlmm, while
others think they will have some
to buy, but they have one consola
tion, it will ho cheap.
A certain man in our section
wants to hiro some one to enter
tain life insurance agents, na they
aro so plentiful it takes up all his
time to talk to them and he lias a
family to support. So if it good
talker will call at Hairston's Shop
we think Hob will give him em
(J.C.Johnson speaks of renting
out his farm and moving out from
among us. Wo hope Cannon will
change his mind for we would hate
very badly to lose him,
Luther Hitch has bought (I. M.
Hannah's place on Duncan's ('reek.
Twelve hundred dollars was the
price paid for It.
Messrs. Hell and Bailey havo
their new dwellings about com
pleted, which are ornaments to the
Today wo met one of those men
who go around at this season of
tho year to retnlnd puoplo that
they bought guano and groceries
last Spring. Ho had succeeded in
getting up ono good '.si/.o pumpkin.
We wonder if he was going to keep
It himself or turn It over to Bill,
J. W. Yatcs, Tullahoma, Tenn.,
write*: "It does mo good to praise
Botanic Blood Balm. It cuted me
of an abscess on tho lungs and
asthma that troubled me two years
and that other remedies failed to
Seeing no locals In your newsy
columns from this point. I havo
concluded occasionally to give you
Kdeu Post Office is uhout thir
teen miles north west of Laurens
in Dials Township. Capt. L. It.
Brooks is our accommodating Post
Master. Tho name "Edon" is very
appropriate, for this is certainly
tho "garden spot" of LnurenB
I only ask for space this time
Mr. Editor, to writo about the ed
ucational interest of this commun
ity. A new school house is being
built about one and a half miles
from this Post Ofllce to bo known
as Woodville Academy. The land
was donated by Mrs. Woods and
when tho houso is completed it
will be a handsome concrete build
ing. It Is so ccntrully located that
it will bo largely patronized by
former patrons of llabun, Green
Pond, Bullet Branch and Bid's
schools. This enterprise originated
In the brains and through the per
severance and energy of Messrs.
L. P. Armstrong, J. B. Nash, L. It.
Brooks, Sidney Armstrong, J. R.
Brow nice, Zed Putnam, Win.
Wham, W. M. Deck, Itufus Gray,
M. V. Holder and perhaps other*.
Prof. W. T. McElroy has been cho
sen as the principal of this school
Which will be opened at the com
pletion of tho academy, Tho in
ducement.-/ wore so great and tho
prospects so flattering, that ho has
resigned his position as principal
of the ltabun liigh School and ac
cepted the situation as principal of
tho Woodvillo High Schoo). A
large majority of his patrons will
be those who have patronized htm
from three to four years either at
Rabun or Green Pond, which is
sufficient recommendation of his
proficiency and qualification as a
first class educator. I bespeak for
this school success, and prophesy
it will bo heard from in the near
Tho Ai>vi?ivrisKR is a welcome
visitor in our midst and tho con
sistency and fairness of tho young
editor is more favorably spoken of
than formerly. Some people are
beginning to get their 'Vyos open."
We havo pretty weather, fair
crops, good health and plenty to
eat; peace, plenty and happiness
abounds, therefore I will sign an
appropriate nom deplume,
Catarrh Not Local.
Dr. Dio Lewis, the eminent Bos
ton physician, in a magazine ar
ticle says: "A radical error under
lie:s nearly all medical treatment
of catarrh. It is not a disease of
the man's nose; it is a disease of.
the man, showing itself in the I
nose?a local exhibition of a con
stitutional trouble.'* Therefore, he j
argues, the use of snuff and other !
lot nl applications Is wrong, and ,
while they soem to give temporary
relief, they really do more harm
than good. Othor leading author- ;
ities agree with Dr. Lewis, Hence
the only proper method of cure for j
catarrh is by taking a constitu
tional remedy like Hood's Sarsa- \
parilla, which, reaching every port .
Of the body through the blood, does
eliminate all impurities and makes
tho whole man healthier. It re
moves the cause of the trouble and
restores tho diseased membrane to j
proper condition. That this is the
practical result is proven by thous- j
ands of people who have been cured
of catarrh by taking Hood's Sarsa- .
A Gold Watch and $204.
That is what every Agent re
ceives who gets up a club on our
$1 per week plan.
Our ll-karat gold tilled eases are
warranted for 20 years. Pino 151- i
gin or Wallhnm movement. Stem
wind and sot. Lady's or Gen'tfl ;
size. Equal to any .^?O watch. To
.secure age nts where we have none,
we sell one of the limiting Case
Watches for the Club price $28 and
send 0. O. 1). by express with the
privilege of examination before
paying for same.
Our agent at Heath Springs, S. C.
writes; '?Your watches take at
sight. The gentleman who got the
last watch said that he examined
and priced a jeweler's watches it)
Lancaster, that wero no hotter
than yours, but the price was $45."
One good reliable agent wanted
for each place. Write for particu
lars. Empire Watch Co.,
Is and 50 Maiden Lane, New York.
Tho annoyance occasioned by
the continual crying of the baby,
at once ceases when tho cause is
promptly removed by Dr. Bull's
Ono of the most popular house
hold remedies is Old Saul's Catarrh
Cure. Price only 25 cents.
ruioii und au.
An old son dog, Sawyer by naino,
was a privileged character on a certain
man-of-war because ol his ago and the
length of timo ho had been in the serv
ice*. Ho eked nut his pay by making
and soiling uniforms for the other men,
and as he bad tho market entirely to
himself it was natural that he should !
bo ? iiu? :i littlo autocratic in his deal
ings. On one occasion a young sailor
wished to buy a pair of white duck
old Sawyer, holding u pair of second
band trouwrs at arm's length, descant
ed upon I heir various excellencies until
he was compelled to pause for breath.
At tl?ii poinl the young follow ventured
to ask meekly:
"Ami what might the price bo, Mr.
Tie- <>I<1 man llOlllincd and hawed
I and began thus:
"Waal, young Id -r, I reckon you
know what white duck costs from the
paymaster, don't you? Fifty cents a
yard, ain't it.' And SO many yards is
two dollars altogether. Then thoro's
tho I bread, ten cents we'll call it, two
xollars und ton cents; and the making
will bring it up to three lifty. 1 calker
late ye won't quarrel with that; and
then there's this blue patch," ho con
tinued, stroking it lovingly, "1 put that
In myself last sununor, an it's a good
pleco of work. I'm 'frald I shall have
to charge you twenty cents ex try for
that patch, say three dollars and sev
enty cents altogether.''
The money was paid and received
without a word, neither party seeming
to think It surprising that patched)
trousers should cost more than whole
ones. Vouth's Companion.
There Is no moro fruitful source
of disease than vitiated blood, It
involves every organ and function
of Hi 3 body, and if not immediately
corrected by the use of Ayer's Car
snparilla, sooner or later loads to
fatal results." Bo warned In time.
Our school will open on Monday
tho 9th inst, under the supervision
of Mrs. Bryson, who is an experi
enced toncher. Thoro aro already
Boiiio hoarders present and others
aro expected at tho opening. Wo
intend to have (or Lanford a first
class High School.
The farmers are pretty well up
with their cotton; the erop Is nut
more than two-thirds. This to
gether with the low price has
}?lven them long faces?. In fact,
merchants, traders and all are in a
sad condition. There is, I think
however, plenty of corn to run all
hands another season.
Mr. Long, tho section master
Who had his leg broken some time
ago by jumping from his car to es
cape an incoming train, has suf
llclently recovered to take his
placo on tho road again.
Johnnie Epton, who was seri
ously hurt some few days ago by
having his head caught between
; the frame and beam of a cane
mill, if improving and wo hope
he will soon ho well again.
Boyce Renn, who shot himsolf
a week ago from some unknown
cause, is also improving, and will
soon be out again.
Sam Cheek, colored had a child
very badly burned a fow days
ago, and it died tho same even
In^, lie has tho sympathy of
bolh white and colored.
Mis. It. P. MJlam brought off
i the baby carriago from tho Wood
ruff Fair for tho prettiest and
best behaved baby.
Misses Alma and Etolia Lan
ford und Misses LUlie Parson and
Lola Johnson have returned from
It. P. Milam bus lumber ready
( for building a house for his fa
ther who will soon ho a citizen
of our place. Zu? Coon.
Stato of Ohio, City of Toledo,}
laicus County, i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is the senior partner of tho llrm
of F. J. Oheney & Co., doing busi
ness in tho city of Toledo, county
and Stato aforesaid, and that said
linn will pay tho sum of ono hun
dred dollars lor each and every
case of catarrh that can't bo cured
by tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cuknky.
Sworn to before me and sub
scribed in my presence, this Oth
day of December, A. 1). 188(5.
A. W. Glkason,
I stoAi.] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally and acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfacesx>f the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
gjkWHold by Druggists, 7?c.
"A Drink Fit for Yo Gods."
Lovers of a fruit juieo bevemge
find a pure, wholesome a.id delight
fully refreshing drink in The Spec
ialty Co's Apple and Poach Cider
drape and Florida Orange Juicp,
Raspberry and Pineapple Julee.
Do sure that you ask for The Spe
ciality Co's Goods. Tho Speciali
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and ?9 Will
Itamson St.; Office, 107 Pay St. Sa
Exorcise for Men Advanced In Yean.
Walking is the type of ?'bottom" ex
ercise and is tho most hygienic of all
kinds for tho elderly man, provided it
is prolonged enough to represent a suf
llcient amount of work. Nothing is so
good for tho man of fifty years as a
gunning tramp, or long pedestrian tours
like those tlie Alpinists make. Hut it
Is necessary to regard tho social exigen
cies, which refuse to give everybody
the desired number of hours and com
pel another choice. Thero aro many
other "bottom" exercises that exact a
larger expenditure of force than walk
ing, without going beyond tho degree
of effort and rapidity that tho arteries
of the elderly man can safely bear.
Many of what aro called open air
games, like tennis, lawn tennis, and
even rowing, when practiced not for
racing, but as a recreation?that is,
with a liveliness graduated to tho res
piratory capacity of the rower?pro
voke, for example, in one or two hours
an elimination of the products of dis
asslmilation and an acquisition of oxy
gen equivalent to what one can gel
from eight or ten hours of walking.
They permit tho busy man to gain
time, compensation for the shorter
duration of the exercise by its intensity;
but that in such a way that he can get
the gonerni eonsceutivo effects of ex
ercise while avoiding its general inline
diato effects, superactivlty of the circu
lation of the blood and of respiration.
?Popular Science Monthly.
You've no idea how nicely Hood's
Sarsannrilla hits the needs of poo-1
pie who feel "all tired out" or "run
down," from any cause, ft seems
to oil up the whole mechanism of
tho body so that all moves smooth
ly and work becomes a positive de
light. Be sure to get Hood's.
A Moot Point.
Judge?Aro you married?
F. P.?I don't know.
J. ? Express yourself more definitely.
F. P. ?Well, your lordship, tl'is is
how tho matter stands. !f I only get
six months he'll have me, but if I get
more he says he can't wait so long; so
now I can't toll whether I am to say
,?? no. ? Kikeriki.
Tho combination of ingrodien ts
found in Ayor's Fills renders them
tonic and curative ns well as ca
thartic For this reason they are
tho best medicine for people of cos
tive habit, as they restore tho nat
ural action of the bowels without
- Child'* Query.
Five year-old u-Is very much
afraid of thunder, and every evening
ho asks before ho goes to bed, "Is it
going to thunder?" His aunt, tired of
the oft repeated question, answered one
evening, "I don't know; how should
I?" "Well, but what do you think?"
"I don't think." "Hut if you did think
what'd you think?"?-New York Trib
Hood's Fills act especially upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure consti
pation and assist digestion.
Hall's Hair Renower eradicates
and prevents tho formation of dan
druff, thickens tho growth, and
beautifies tho hair as no other pre
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
EROWN'S IRON BITTERS
I Children Cry for Pitcher'8jCa8torla;
Oy?t*r? lu the Time uf Salluit.
Tho highly digestible quality of the
oyster considered us food was known
at a very early period. When Sergius
Orata "ennobled the Lucrine oyster
tho British variety was unknown to the
Romans, but Hallust, at least fifty
years B. C, suys of tho Britons that
thero is somo good in them after all, as
they produce an oyster.
Sergius bad his beds off Baise, and
made a profit out of them, us they
were much in request as a prelude to n
banquet, and were esteemed besides
for their medicinal virtues. "They
nourish wonderfully," wo aro told,
"and solicit rest," being moro healing
than any drug or mixture that the
apothecaries can compound.?London
I've been a sufferer from rheu
matism for years and have been
unable to obtain any relief at all.
Salvtttion Oil gave me entire re
lief and I heartily recommend it.
Henry Winkel, Baltimore, Md.
What so wonderful, as a severe
cough cured by Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup for 25 cents. Try it.
Many Persons nrc broken,
down from overwork or household care Jw
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds tit1 j
Bystpin, nlds digestion. romOVCS 0XCC8S ol LI J
wid cures malaria, Got tho gouutno.
All persons who are indebted to
me by note or account, will please
call and pay the same by the 1st of
Nov. next. After that time, I will
place the claims in the hands of an
officer for collection.
Oct. 20-31. W. H. QAHHKTT.
By leave of the Court of Probnto
I will settle the estate of J. \Y.
Watts, dee'd, in the Probate of 11 co
ou the 12th of Dec. next and ask for
a discharge as administrator.
Jno. (Jauy Watts,'
Oct. 80,'91.-It Adm.
All persons indebted to me either
by note or account are earnestly
requested to make payment of
same on or before Nbvomhcr 1st.
as longer indulgence cannot be
given. I have waited long enough
and must collect. W. L. BO YD,
Oct. 5th, '91-8m.
REAL ESTATE AND COLECTING AGENCY.
Houses and lands bought, so!-1,
rented and managed.
Special attention will be given ;
to collection. My ofllce is over
Boyd & Hart's store. Prompt at
tention given to business.
A. V. EICHELBERGER.
Laurens, S. O. Oct. ?">, 01,
All parties indebted to the estate
of Samuel R.Todd, deceased, must
make payment on or before the
15th day of November next, or suit
will be instituted, or judgments en
forced where already obtained. 1
Those indebted by judgment will
make payment to our attorney W.
II. Martin. Esq. Those otherwise
indebted will make payment to the
undersigned. A liberal discount
will be made where the parties arc
unable to pay in full.
TIIOS. E. TO!)!),
JOHN W. TO DD,
Oct. 12th, 1S01 Executors.
Three Standard Companies,
LICK FlKi: AM) ACCIDENT.
Tub Union Cent?ar, Lii'Kok Onto,
has tho Plainest !?nd Pest policy ol the
Standard Companies, also the Pest
TlIM GltKJKKWICII IXHCRA.NUK Co. or
t1ih Oity or Nuw Yohk, Klro, bus boon
Bueeessfully and uuintoruplcdly In bus
iness over 56 years.
Tub l'Kovim.Ni Fund(Aceidont So
ei btv or N r.w York, Inis not a single
just claim unpaid. Southern Dopart
mont headquarters in Atlanta (Ja,
"it's the unoxpoetod which happens."
S> F. G avlinQboiii , h> I ?,
g.tf Oftleo over \V. ILOarrott's store.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Lauhkns?Pro
W. B. Qootlgion as adminisfrator
de bonis non cum test, itun'x, plain
tiff against Kate 0. Qootlgion et ah
Pursuant to decree of the Court
In the above stated action 1 will
sell at public outcry at Laurens ('.
H. during tho legal hours of sale on
salesday next, tho 7th day of Dec
ember, the following real estate:
One third interest in deed to all
that tract of land situate in Laur
ens county, Slate aforesaid, eon
taining two hundred and sixteen
acres moro or less, bounded by t
Enoreo River, lauds formerly bo
longing to Thomas Anderson, tract 1
No. 2 of theCoker lands and others.
Also one-third interest in and to
all that tract situate in said county
and State, containing three hund
red and eighteen acres more or less
bounded by tract I of Coker lands,
lands of I. A, Parks and others
these tracts being a portion of tin*;
(.Joker lands. Terms cash; pur
chaser to pay for papors,
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Nov. 7. - |t I. i\ i., c.
.STATE of SOUTH CAROLIN A
County ov Lauiucns,
Court of Common Pleas.
Ex parle 0. M. Miller and Elolso
Sliell petitioners in 16 Creswell
Qarlingtbn asoxecutor ofc. of .John
Gnrllngton, plnlntifr, against Lem
uel (>. Williams oi al. tlofcndauts.
Pursuant to a decree rendered in
the above stated case by J. II. 11 ud
fton I will sell on Salesday in Doc.
next, tlit! same being the 71 h day of
the month, at Laurens Courl House
South Carolina, during legal hours
of sale, at public outer , ,to I he high
est bidden all that lotor parcel of
land situated in said county and
State in the City of Laurens con
taining one-hnH'of one acre more
or less and bounded by lauds of
Eloiso Shell, l>. P. Qoggans, ?tobo
1). Garltnglon and the Nowberry
Terms cash; purchaser to pay
for papers, If terms of the sale are
not complied with Ihe land will be
resold at the risk of tho formorpur
chafer. J. II. WTIARToX,
1 Nov. 0,'01-lt C. C. C. P
Witu Ayor's Sarsuparilla. Druggists approve 1#
recommend it, and the public- prefer it to any other. Trvqtora
eon is because, tested ehetnieafty, Ayer's 6arsaparilla pn?o.
to bo the most scientific remedy of its class; tested profession
<il?-r, i\i ia recognized as a standard pharmaceutical preparation;
tested by individuate awl whole neighborhoods, it is demon
Btrated iu actual uso to bo tho strongest and most effective, and
therefore tho most ocouomical and desirable blood-purifier.
Don't fail to get AYER'S; and be sure that every bottle has
upon its wrappor, besides our muuo, the place of manufacture,
"As :\ stAiulard blood medicine, Ayer's] "i have been in the drus business in Lowell
Snrsnpari'.Ui has always maintained :? first-1 for twenty years und soll more of Ayor's
c! iss po Itioii in the trade Riid In popular es- than ol other Barsaftarlllas. it is made from
Umition. We invariably recommend a in ' ttio best blootl-purlflers known to uietllcnl
icq 'i any other."?J. O. Loomis, science, and contains nothing but what can
A l<oi!.ccary. 7iT Main st., Hartford, Conn. I bo recommended by Hie most scrupulous
? i imvi' always recommended Ayer's 8ar-1 physician. I have known of a great many
sapnrll! i as superior to any other pre|Kira- cures elfcctetl by Ayer's sarsapariiia. some
llou foi purifying the blood."?U. D. Kuykcn of thorn very remarkable and worthy of
d-.ill, M. I)., Pomeroy, W. T. | record."?O. C. Osgood, M. i>.. cor. Merrl
??For 'v.. years past i have prescribed mack and Suffolk sts., Lowell. Mass.
Ayer's Knrsaparllln in nunierous Instances, "It gives me satisfaction to ackuowledgo
nnd find II highly efllcnclous in the treat-ItllO superior merits <>l such n well-known
luoiit of all dis-irtl'jrs c( the tdood. I! si I'.s i Mood-puriller as Ayer's Sarsapariiia. 1 am
well i i my store "?11. K. Uoj Ic, M. D., Third 1 conftdent a has no equal." ? ?i. II. Cumlrcii,
and Uxb rd -i-.. Philadelphia, Pa, i Pliurmaclst, 42 Flower St., Hartford, Couu.
"Ayer's Sarsapariiia, for building up Ihe i "The formula of Ayer's Sarsapariiia is the
11! ilth ivaerally, stands at the head of the liest, (or chronic diseases of almost every
lisi."?ji i. M. Willituns,M. I)., Stunner, Ark. kind, known to the medical world." ?I), M.
?? The public have decided that, t"i purify.1 Wilson, M. I)., Wijrus. Ark.
? hlood, Ayer's Sarsapariiia leads all "In my practice, I invariably prescribe
i i p >in: ,i! merit, wail lho \>.'-\ drugs und i Ayer's Sarsapariiia for chronic diseases ?I
uppliani'es, ami long experience, J. r. Aver ! the blood."?W. P. Wilglit, M. !>., Paw Paw
ft < ? supply, in their Sarsapariiia, a rich I Ford, Tenn.
sratb ? medicine. All mu customers say " For >\ars my blood was in an unhealthy
it da ? its work well." ?William [.niiibert, condition. After having tried otlua niedl
'? ? I. Wi Marketst.. Newark, N. .1. i clues without success, I have lately been
"Ttit'iv is no better blo-ul medicine Ihan taking Ayer's Sarsapariiia. The results
's Sarsapariiia. We sei! more of it limn have been all thai could be desired, it
all otheis together."?l.yman Crawford, u a wonderful blood-purifier." ? ltlchard
IMiarmta-ist, cor. Main aud Union streets, \v. Philipps, isaa North Second street,
Springfield, Mass. | plilladelpliiu, Pa.
Prepared by DR. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists.
Prico $1. Six bottles, $6- Worth $5 a bottle.
for Bnfants and Children.
1 'Castor lm Is so xrcH adapted to children Uiat
I recommend itos superior to any prescr iption
known to me." H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V.
"The use of 'Castorm' is so universal And
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of MiperoroKation to endorse it. Few are tho
intelligent families who do uot keep Castoria
witliiu easy reach."
Carlos Martyn, D.D.,
New York City.
I.alc Pastor Dloomingdalo ltolormed Church.
CoMorla cures Colic, OonsttpdUon,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
w. .out injurious medication.
" For several years I have r??comtnended
your ' Castoria,1 and shall always continue to
do bo as it has iuvariably produced bcucflclal
Kowin F. Pardri, If. D.,
"Tho Winthrop." 190th Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Tmt CtsTACR Company, 77 Murray Street, New York.
O'Oldon Opportunities for BuyorsI
z\\ mm, .JKLb rings,
Silver Ware j^tPPPj^^ Silver Ware
-BOTH- Ml^^mtZ?^^ ?BOTH?
SOLID and PIATED. ffijttk ^ mKWMkMUD ?ml mm)>
Spectacles, f^^^^J^^? GlaSS
I c found in a lirM ^^^^5'.'v^?^S^?^ 1>,htlu,ay> Weding
elass Jewelry store ''^f^^^^-V. "-55^^^^^^ :lllu Christinas pre
where the slock is ''0^^^^^^^^^ seats. Repairing
large and new. "E*^|^^^^^ .lone promptly.
WHEN IN TOWN ALWAYS VISIT
*W\ .A.- cJO!Ei 1STSOK1, South side of the Square.
And are now open on the East Side of square in the
Thilo door from Opera House where we are selling
Heavy and Fancy
( * roceries, Confec
aeco aim cigars.
Goods sold at LIVE and LET LIVE pi ices. All kinds of
Country Produce bought. Give us a call.
HOLLAND & FOWLER.
Laurcns.S. C. Nov. 13, 1S90.
A Complete and Elegant Line of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS,
J. M. VISANSKA'S.
l>y Squni'O dealing and low pi*ICC8 we hope to merit a continuance of
)oor liberal patronage. Repairing done in a most skill
ful manner and at lowest prices.
Um Ml I|f R?fra? Business College
WHIT! ? ??? C.SIAI-ooje ano full information.fciV If IV w llsiHiBlfl\
ok SOUTH CAROLIN A
Court of Common Picas. ^|
L?ngsten Woodson jfcWn?ffe
vs. ?% .
. jnes T. Harris, et tu.
!>Ur^Sl to decree rendered by
Judge rS^j^aw in the above stated
case 1 \vil\ ??l on salesday in Dec.
next, the MmcS^mg the 7th day pi
the month, ?t. Laurens court house, .
South Carolin, during the legal
hours of sale at puvtjc outcry to the
highest bidder all thai tract or par
cel of land situated hi the county ol
Laurens, South Carolina, contain
ing one hundred and sixty-six acres
more or less, known as the Hen-"
uerson place, bounded by lands of
Ocorgc Elmore,Mrs. Miller Reedy,
river and others.
All that tract of land known as the
Waterloo place situated in Laurens
county containing one hundred and
thirty acres mote or less bounded
by lands of Joseph Pierce, D. C.
Smith, D. F. Balcntinc and others
and known as the Watson pl tce.
One house and lot in the town of
Waterloo, South Carolina whcicin
is a store room twenty-two feet
front, sixty feet deep. Boundod by
lands of J. T. Harris on the north
east and south, and on the west by
Also one lot in the town of \Vater?f
loo, South Carolina, whereon is a
dwelling house with six rooms,
bounded on the West by Harris
sticct and north by public road
leading to Mountville, S. C., and
lands of Mrs. Etta Fuller. Terms
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
If terms of sale are not complied
with lands to be resold at the risk
of the former purchaser. s
J. H, W11ARTON,
c. c. c 1\
Nov. 2, MM-It.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
Couut ok Common I'i.kas.
Pursuant to decrees ol the court
in the cases below I will sell at pub*1
lie outcry to the highest bidder at
Laurens Court House, S. C, before
the Court House door on salesday
in Dee. next, the following de
scribed tracts ol land on the follow
ing terms: One half of the pur
chase money cash, the balance with
interest secured by a bond of tho
purchaser or purchasers and a
mortgage of the premises sold. Tho
purchaser to pay for papers, with
leave to the purchaser to pay his
entire bid in cash. If Ilm pur
chaser does not comply with tho
terms of the sale the lands may bo
resold on same or some .subsequent
salesday on same terms at risk of
former purchaser without further
ordei of the court.
All that tract of laud lying in
La it re 118 county, in said Stale, con
taming one hundred and one-half
acres more or less, bounded by
lands of Susan 1. Crisp, William
Lea man, Samuel Austin, and
others in suit of foreclosure of M.
s. Hailoy ?V. Son against Oeo. 1j.
Orlspefcal. J. 11. WIIAltTON,
Nov. :>d, '91.-41 C. C. C. P.
We will sell without reserve lo
the highest bidder at Fountain
Inn, in Greenville county, on
SATURDAY, NOW 21, 1801,
the following lots of laud. Tho
lots are sold according to numbers
and measurements on plat Of Sur
veyor J. A. Adams.
Lots Nos. I and ">, tho homestead
track w hereon J. A. Adams now
lives, containing 258 I-1U acres.
Lot No. (5, ?l 1-0 acres.
Lot No. 7, ? I! acres,
Lot No. S, llio Willis Tract, 117
Lot No. t), 50 acres.
Lot No. 10, 50 acres.
Lot No. 11, DO acres.
Lot No. 12, 80 acres.
Lot No. 13, 50 acres.
Lot No. 11, 50 acres.
Terms of Sale:?One fourth cash
(or more at option of purchaser)
balance payable in one, two and
three years from date of sale,
with interest from same at 7 per
cent per annum the credit portion
of the purchase money to be secur
ed by the bond of the purchaser
and mortgage of the premises.
Sale to commence about noon. Tho
plat of the foregoing lots will bo
exhibited at the sale and can be
seen meanwhile at the residence of
Mr, J. A. >\dams.
HARRIET 1). EVENS.
CHILD BIRTH ?
? ? ? MADE EASY!
" Mothers' Friend " is a scientific
ally prepared Liniment, every ingre
dient of recognized value and it
constant use by (be medical pro
fession. These ingredient. arc com
bined in a manuci hithci lo unknown
* * r\/i r\ hp ELS rr a^s *
WILL DO all that Is claimed for
It AND MORE. II Shortens l abor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother ami Child. Book
to " Mothers " mailed FREE, con
taining valuable information and
Sent byeipress on receipt ?>r price $1.60 per i> atle
BRA0FIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga. .
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