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PA YABfcJS IN ADVANOK.
W. W. /i A EDITOR.
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W. W. BALI.,
LAURENS, 8. CH June 28, 1802.
Baby Ruth will rule the roost.
It Is Cleve arid Steve, as our Col.
Orr puts it.
Thoy are going over to the third
party where thoy belong, who think
the tariff Is not thelssuo.
Surely, nobody, not a man,
woman or child In Laurens will be
longer misled by the cry of other
issues in this country than the ta
""Four years ago If wo got an agri
cultural college to show our people
the science of making two stalks
of corn grow where one grew be
fore, all would be well.
" Tlfke out protection from the
Republican platform and It is noth
ing. Tako out tariff reform from
the Democratic platform and there
Is nothing to stand on. Hence,
When wo romembar what' big
men Qovornor Tillman and his
comrades in office are and how
long tho railroads hauled them
tree the collapse of the Richmond
ant} Danville is vory oasily ex
Candidate Tillman Raid in Barn
well that he would fight Col. You
mans to Laurens on a certain mat
tor, not "at Laurens." We hope
Candidate Tillman will be ready
to stop fighting on all points and
givo up tho race before* ho gets to
State banks of issue Is in our
platform; we must have more
money and keep it at home; there
must bo peace and capital must
not be alarmed. Who will come to
our State?who will trust us?who
will not avoid us as tho pestilence
when our Governor and Congress
man proclaim to tho world that we
nro rotten, inclpiently rotten and
corrupt? Shall there bo a change?
Think it over soberly, men of Lau
AUlancenion read the Cotton
Plant's leader of last week, repro
duced In anothor column, by which
it flops to the Third Party where it
belongs. Stokes Is editor of the
Cotton Plant and Bowden, manag
ing editor. Thanks to the farmers'
[common souse, not all Tillraanlteg
There is a venerable tradition
that the moon's rtiys run folks
crazy, henco "lunatic" from the
Latin "luna" the moon. All poets
agree that the moon's rays are sil
ver. In the mellow light of these
'acts it i3 easy to account for the
:'oolishness which possesses ordina
. ily sensible peoplo and causes
them to talk Third Party doctrine
when the democratic party gives
its heart to tariff reform and loaves
freo silver to tako care of itself.
By the nomination of Cleveland
the Chicago Convention -,Inced the
iree silver boom under an air pump
j and exhausted it for at least four
? years. Of courso Harrison would
veto a free silver bill and Clove
land has his mighty head set
against any sort of a motnl disc
that would not pass for a hundred
cents of nny kind of monoy any
where that grass grows or water
socks to find its level.
Reduction of/ salaries, after my
term of o?ce, cl/fer I have sucked
tho milk from tho cocoanut will
restore prpsperity to the country
and givo ,<lho peoplo their rights.
Just wait a bit till 1 can get to Chi
cngo ^rnd I will make tho West
hear me, and wo will show those
follows from the East what true
--democracy is. I have killed the
monster in South Carolina. Edge
Uold men are no longer bought up by
tho Columbia Club. "Thero bo six
llichmonds in the Held; five have
I slain already."
& Tho establishment of a Techno
? logical School at tho Thorn well Or
WL phnnngo is tho longest step in nd
Bvanco that that always progressive
Winstitution has taken in several
Education in the practical arts
nnd sciences is in this day tho sort
of education that offers tho best re
turns. Tho time lias como when
tho mechanic with his mind trained
as thoroughly as his hands mny oc
cupy a place as high in tho social
world ns thoso who graco the
While benefits of tho orphanage
B.'hool will for tho moat part go to
boys who do not live in Lnurens
we belies otfhut tho very fact that
such a school is located in tho
county will tend to givo us that
class ol citizens who are most
needed to dovelop our resources.
Our peoplo should recognize that
it is to their material advantage
that this feature of tho orphanage
should not lack-means for develop
ment and extension.
ttuldran Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Now Is the time for work. Tin
man's defeat means a business-like
administration bringing content
and satisfaction to all our people
We must have done with all this
quarrelling. Wo need factories,
railroads and moro banking capi
tal and State taxes must be kept
low by Keeping tho State's credit
up. The money power Is at the
North, and the money power will
stay there and control the markets
there In spite of Governor Tillman.
It can only be "tamed so to speak"
by national legislation, tariff reform
and a graduated Income tax. Down
In South Carolina, the Governor
and his young men have begun
"on the railroads and banks" and
If they keep up the fight long
enough there is little doubt that
they will win. It will prove a war
of extermination and what little
money power we have will bo be
having like a dog with a tin can
tied to its tail. The time will dawn
whon the Governor will gel up on
a stump out In tho midst ot a vast
desert and congratulate the people
that ho Is "monarch of all he sur
veys"; with money worth 20 per
cent and littlo to be had at that.
Now do we want such a stato of
things? Would it not bo better
and make us more comfortable to
tempt the money power to move
down ? If we could once convince
wealthy Northern people that we
are trying to become a business
people, that we are disposed to be
stow equal rights to all and special
privileges to none, banks and fac
tories included, then monied men
who can't handle their hoarded
cash to advantage In the great
cities would bring some of it here.
With a man at the head of the
State government who is ready to
see public credit strangled in order
to secure political capital for him
self, wo need not expect capitalists
from abroad to ofier us advice or
If Sheppard Is the noxt Governor
there will be no sensations. Mat
ters In Columbia will go on quietly;
tnxos will be low and "blowing"
will piny out. Tho construction
of new railroads will commence
again, factories will go up every
where and the danger of laboring
men having to bear the burden of
maintaining the public schools will
The democratic platform declares
for the repeal of the tax on state
bank currency. Whon the dem
ocracy triumphs then farmers and
and all citizons who have credit
can easily band together aud organ
ize financial institutions which no
foreign money power can Influ
ence, no distant trust can smother.
We can then make our own money
at home, sn??$ It in our own mar
such papers as the Columbia Sta
and tho Atlanta Journal for thel
work In creating a Southern sent!
mcnt for if.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorb
So Tlllmau, Irby, Blokes, Norris
and among 'em bave been telling
it io Chicago that there Is serious
danger of Houth Carolina being lost
to Cleveland, but that they will
work lor his election.
Why, yes, certainly. Very pretty
scheme it is to make the impres
sion that the salvation of the State
hangs upon their effort* and then
when South Carolinians do their
duty aud roll up a great Clevelaud
1 majority, put in a claim for tho of
fices. But it won't fool Qrover and,
his man Whitney. They nro not
meat for the fool-killer.
An old physician, rotirod from prac
tice, having had placed in hin hands by
an Bast India missionary tho formula of
? simple vegetablo roinedey lor tho
speedy and permanent euro of Consump
tion, Bronchitis, Catarrh, .v i hum and
all throat and Lung A licet Ions. nlsn a
?osltive and radical euro Tor Nervous
lebllity and all Norvous Complaluts,
aflor having tested Its wonderful cura
tivo powers in thousands ofcases, hits
felt it his dutv 10 make it known to Ins
Honoring fellows. Actuated by this
motive and a dosire to relievo humnu
sunoring, 1 will send free ot cnarge, to
all who uoslro ft, this rocipo- in German,
Fronch or lOngUs!), with full directions
or preparing aud Utting. Bent by mail,
by addressing with stamp, naming this
paper, W. A. Novus, 820 Powors' ?lock
hoc I lest er, N. Y.
Hakes Uio lives of many peoplo mlsorablo,
and often leads to self-destruction. Distress
after eating, sour stoioach, sick headache,
heartburn, loss of appetite, a faint," all gone"
feeling, bad taste, coated tonguo, and iregu
larity of tho bowels, are
souio of the more common
symptoms. Dyspepsia does
not get well ot Itself. It
requires careful, persistent
attention, and a romc'y llko Hood's Sarsa
parllla, which acts gently, yet surely and
efficiently. It tones the stomach and other
organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a
good appetite, and by thus Sick '
overcoming tho local symp- \ .
toms removes tho sympa- MOSCiaOnO
thetlo effects ot tho disease, banishes the
headache, and refreshes tho tired mind.
"Ihave been troubled with dyspepsia. I
had but llttlo appetite, and what I did eat
Uao*+? distressed mo, or did mo
r"~a,T llttlo good. In an hour
bum after eating I would expo
rlenoo a falntness, or tired, all-gone feeling,
as though I had not eaten anything. My trou
ble, I think, was aggravated by my business,
which is that of a painter, and from being
more or loss shut up in a Sour
room with fresh paint. Last e. .
spring I took Hood's Barsa- otomacn
rflla?took thrco bottles. It did me an
immenso amount ot good. It gave me an
appetite, and my food relished and satisfied
tho craving I had previously experienced."
Qboboe A. Pa ok , Water town, Mass.
Sold by oil druggUU. fl; six for fi. Prepared only
Vj C. I. hood a co., Apothecaries, i.owoll, Mats.
IOO Doses One Dollar
A Household Remedy *
B-j Bi Bi
form ot^niflii,, "mm WW*'
sides being efficacious In toning trp tho
system and restoring the constitution,
when Impaired from any cause. Its
almost supernatural healing properties
justify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
directions nro followed.
QFWT ICR CC . ILLUSTRATED
OCn I niCL "Book of Wondcri."
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Qa.
Regular \ ~t A Styles and sizes for the
Junior ) -L JL season ot* 1892.
D^din?4 $6'00 to $66.00.
Latest improvements, registers for exposures, glass plate at
tachments, Daylight loading, etc, Send for catalogue.
THE EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY,
ROCHBSTBR, N. Y.
for Infants and Children*
I recommend it m superior, to any prescription
known tome." H. A. Arohrr, m. D.,
Ill 80. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T.
"The um of 'Castorf*' is bo universal and
Its merits so well known that It seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla
within easy reach." ^ _
Carlos Martih,D. D.,
New York City.
Late Pastor Bloomingdalo Beformed Church.
Castorla ctvesOolie, OwtUptiiori,
Boor Stomach, Diarrhoea, KrucUUon,
Kills Worms, give* sleep, and promote* dl
" For several years I hare recommended
5our * Castorla, ? and shall always continue to
o so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Parda, m. D.,
M The Winthrop," l?th Street and 7th Are.,
. New York City
Tn Csmtaur Comtaky, 77 Uurrat Strbzt, New York.
Is the greatest effort of mode,rn science for the relief of
suffering humanity. It is n'jt a patent medicine; not an
electric battery; not a mysterious or miraculous cure.
Simply a scientific instrument for supplying the system -uriih
that life-giving element of nature?Oxygen. If you are
a sufferer from some physical ill which has baffled physi
cians, medicines, chao .ge of climate?everything, it will
pay you to investigate the merits of the Eujctropoise.
Full information, U st'menials, and advice, Free.
Atlantic; Electropoise Co.y
333 King Street, CHARLESTON, S\ CJ
ran McsiOAi TnuTMiKt. rates lor ??lt?, ?>. ??. ?10, at*. - aiv? w*i?t mi**um>, r?io?,'
?U MkTMWM?. ?ACATCOT ft IN tvfft MASK. ?H. O. ?. ?U?D, ?STROIT, MICH.
See the Prices! Down they go,
To thrifty people there below;
Don't let your chance of gain go by.
Catch our profits as they fly,
Freely down to you they're tossed
Without the least regard to cost.
Whether it's the tariff, the weather, the phase of the moon, or what,
not, our trade was never better at this time. Large trade enables us to
decrease profits, and closer profits make lower priccr. Prices arc down,
down, down, about our establishment.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes,
We can shoe Laurens county and give you better shoes for less money
than you can buy them anywhere. Our motto is buy for cash and sell
cheap for cash. In this way our trade has increased and we wish to
state right here that we have bought shoes for fall trade from the best
manufacturers in the United States and that we will be n a position to
place before the trade a
Lino of Shoes that can't be "beat
in prices and quality. Now is order to make room for this line wc will
make special inducements to CASH BUYERS in our slice line for the
next 30 days. Come and examine them and be convinced.
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
We have a pure stock of
Cigars and Tobacco,
Blank Books, Toilet Soap?the best
in the city, Shoulder Braces, Pens,
Paper, Envelopes, Inks, Dyes, Nice
Line of Stationery,
A very large lot of #Laundry Soap
Oliea/p for Cash
or on short time if you arc good to
pay your debts. The above can be
B. F. Posey's
Wholesale Hid Retail Drug Store,
Laurens. S. O
We hereby announce to tho Pub
lic that we have investigated, and
PUKEST AND CHEAPEST
to be found at tho low price of
(One Dollar and Fifty Cents) per
gallon is sold by Mr.
Of LiATJRENS, S. C.
All orders received arc prompt
ly attended to. Officially,
For Malaria, Liver Trou
TO ARRIVE THIS WE|3E
?I. TEEEY ?& CO.?S
NEW YORK BACKET STORE
Big Bargains in TVhite Dress Goods, Black
Muslins and Embroidery. Also Fine JLot of
Ladies' Slats and Flowers all at Prices below
N H. Terry <Sc Co.
TRAYN1IAM & DIAL BLOCK, LAURENS, S. C.
Complete and Elegant Line of
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINGS
J. SVt VISANSKA'S,
By square dealing and low prices we hope to merit a continuance of
your liberal patronage. Repairing done in a most skill
ful manner at the lowest prices.
Notice is hereby given that the
Books of Registration of voters arc
open every jitst Monday in each
month, until the ist day of July
next, (or the registration, renewal
of lost or defaced certificates, and
transfer from one Township or Pre
cinct to another. After the ist day
of July next, the Boons will he
closed until after the General Elec
tion in November next.
Office in Sheriff's Office.
Notice to Debtors of J. T. Poolo.
J. T. Poolo having made an as
signment of nil his property in
cluding notes and accounts to mo,
nil persons indebted to him uro
hereby notified that they must
make settlement at once.
May ill, tf N. B. PI Ali.
UNDER BUYERS AND UNDER SELLERS.
Li E Burns <Sc Oo
? DKA i.1: its IN ?
Furniture, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots
Shohh, Hats, Mii.linbuv,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Tinwuro, OlaHswaro, Hardware, KXP'
Big bargain 111 improved ftingor sow
in- Machlno $10.00 only ono-halt priVno.
Special bargains in 8 day clocks with
1$ hour strike, walnut framn, $ 1.16
worth 10.00. Day clooks at $2.7? wo rth
$160. AIho a groat slaughter lu watches,
jewclovapootaclus, violins, aocordoonn
and harinonicaa. Wall papor, curt sin
polca, Bhadoa always on hand.
ALL KINDS OV FURNITURE
and bod-room and parlor suito shiptped
direct from the factory.
Organa and buggies at 25 to 50 per oent
Icun than retail prices.
Fresh confections, oigai-a, u?l jacco,
bacon, oorn, Hour etc. at lowest prMoe.
The goods must, shall and wir, t /o sold
to make room for goods that avu c orn'.ng.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurens.
Traynham & Dial, Plaintiffs vs.
Tames H. Bewley.
Pursuant to a decree in the above
stated case made by His Honor J.
B. Kershaw, I will sell on salesday
in July next, the same being the
4th day of the month, at Laurcns
C. H. during legal boius of sale at
public outcry \o the highest bidder
all that lot or parcel of land situ
ated in the county of Lnurcns, S. C.
containing one acre more or less
and bounded by lands ot Gray iV.
Anderson on the north, east by
?street, west by lands of Gray &
Terms one-half cash, balance on
a credit of 12 months from date ol
sale, purchaser to give bond and
mortgage of the premises sold to
s "ccurc the credit portion.
If the purchaser does not comply
wii*-h *l?e terms of the sale the laud
may' be sold on the same or some
subse <juent salesday without fur
ther application to any court. Pur
chaser ro? p?y for papers.
J. H. WIIARTON,
June 1, 189a ? C. c. c. p.
All .notes and .accounts due the
firm of Minter & J^wicson, Laurens
S. C, Have been pkiced in our
hands for collection. Persons due
said firrrii will please call at our of
fice and settle their indebtedness
without further notice and save
JOHNSON & RICHLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Lauren*, S. C, June 13,'92. 4t
It you feel weak
and a3.1 worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
In "Wliite stnca. Gf-oid
If so call and sec it Wc arc in the swim on
ZVEa/tting, r^iags. Coffins. Etc.
S. M. & E. H. AV ILK ES & CO.
Here is what we are all after,
And iii order that you should save yours come to see us and
Get ouir DPrioes on
T1NWAHE. G L ASS\t AI
SILVERWARE, FRENCH Cl
VVoodenwaro, Crockery, Imported Goods, jewelry,
House Furnishing Goods, Hall, Library and Piano Lamps, in fact
everything that is kept in a first-class China Store.
S. M. & S. H. Wilkes & Co.
WHEN YOU ARE IN ROME DRESS
Don't Toe old IFa snionecl!
There is no need of it. Read your Delineator and magazines and
call on us to show you all the novelties in dress goods in the Wfl) of
NansookS) ^ i _
IDOIST'T BE tA CLAM I
But buy the best and most stylish goods lor the least money.
Remember we buy all our goods for cash and always lake oil
the discounts, which enables us to sell them at prices that defy
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
Tfcero is But Ono G-lomi Spring,
The Spartanburg Herald says: "Periodically wc hear of mineral
springs just discovered "which experts say arc equal to Glenn Springs,"
hut just as periodically these springs drop out of notice, while the crowd
of visitors at health giving Glenn increases each year, Tlrcre arc doubt
less good mineral springs elsewhere,but to initmatc n comparison w ith
Glenn Springs discredits whatever else may he said in their praise. So
far there is but one Glenn .Springs.''
-FOR SALE BY
DR. B. F. P?SFY LAURENS, S. C.
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