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LAUBEN 8, S. C, May 80, 1898.
What is chiefly to bo feared in
the Dispensary is its success as a
money-making scheme. The State
of South Carolina condescends 'to
meddle in so depraved a traffic as
whiskey selling on the ground that
it requires "police regulation," but
when the rovenue roaches the
point of paying fifty por cent, of
tho State taxes that speclom ox
cuse will quietly be put aside.
Then we shall have the Stato grow
ing rich out of a nefarious and can
cerous business and hugging the
unclean thing to Itself while tho
public conscience is gradually
dwarfed until It dare not assert It
self. Thousands of good men will
thon be quick to hail the dispen
sary as an agent of benevolence,
and it will gain such a hold as
only that with which tho Old Man
of the Sea grasped Sinbad or tho
Louisiana Lottery obtained on thai
unhappy Commonwoulth. If af
terwards the enlightened and ag
gressive sentiment for good of the
whole nation comes to tho rescue
we shall have somethiug to be
thankful for. It was lb".'., which
saved Louisiana. It is pitiable that
our legislators have hastily put on
us a fair-seeming system which
threatens to plunge our whole peo
ple Into a sea of turpitude and
The Laurens freehold voter
plumes himself upon his old fnsh
ionod Jeffersonian democracy. Ho
is rarely a prohibition ist. He don't
beliove in what is called paternal
ism in tho State and thinks the
whisky business if legitimate ought
iiot to bo a monopoly cf tho politi
cal machine. All legitimate busi
ness should bo open and free to all
citizens, controlled by wholesome
restraints. That is the kind of
talk of tho average freehold voter,
when ho turns up his nose at a dis
pensary petition. Ho is not every
time a prohibitionist?not neces
sarily. Mint patches aro cultivated
all around. These old fashioned
democrats can oven comprehend
tho nomenclature of the approved
mix (urns that are dispouscd as
cooling beverages in tho palatial
establishments to be found in towns
and cities. Tho attack on their
old fashioned democratic ideas of a
free-tor-all dispensary excites their
recalcitrating bumps and they kick
South Carolina like fat Jack Fal
staff, is not only good humored and
full of fun, but tho cause of wit
being in other people. Tho good
natured gibes of our contempora
ries at tho little state and our Gov
ernor about the dispensary law aro
entirely refreshing. It will be for
tunate if these little pleasantries
can be kept up all summer; for tho
sjgns impend dry timoa in those
comoiuiittcB where no dispensa
ries araro be established. Laurens
is like/ to be in the arid streak.
e of the Conservative papers
are proclaiming that those who
were Haskellites must not nsk
front seats in the Democracy. Tho
"Haskellites" declaro that they
merely wish to be regarded like
other democrats. That is their
The Advertiser was opposed
to Judge Ha8kcll in '90 but it sup
ported Mr. Mclver for State Treas
urer last year as cordially as it
supported any man on the Shep
We believe that the Haskell
movement was a blunder but wo
have never doubted that those who
participated in it were staunch
democrats. They aro staunch dem
ocrats to-day.and there Is nothing
in their politlcaNfalth that will sus
tain the charge of heresy when
they are tried by tho standards of
the Chicago' Convention. The
Same cannot be said of others in
South Carolina, who vote for Cleve
land and teach Tom Watscnlsm on
the street corners.
<(11 -shellism" is a dead issue and
it should nevor be alluded to by
self respecting papers which desiro
Democrats of tho Qresham stamp
are good enough for us but we wore
fighting him whon wo fought Has
kell. Yet, under like conditions, we
should bo found fighting both men
Wonld it not bo a grateful and
refreshing sight if next year a con
vention of South Carolinians, none
of whom had ever asked or hold of
fice, would meet and nomlnato a
ticket of domocrats of tholr own
stamp, plain, honest citizens, who
know and love no art hotter than
that of successfully attending to
their ownxbusiness? Wo should
hail with ploasuro not only a now
deal but fresh cards.
Mr. Af. Ii. Donaldson appears un
willing to acknowledge the fact of
his political demise. Ho has writ
ten to tho Piedmont Headlight an
swering* some criticism of that pa
per. Wo would gently remind Mr.
Donaldson that tho Governor hav
ing frowned ho Is blighted.
SPLASHES OF PRINTER'S INK.
Editorial Stuft' From Roiuo of
the Advertiser's Fellows.
That pattern of 3obriety and
good sense, tho Spartanburg Spar
tan, uttereth this spoecb:
''The main object of tho adminis
tration Is to sell quantities of whis
key so as to increase tho revenue.
Tho Qovernor estimates that one
million gallons will besohl tho first
year. That sort of business will lay
tho saloons In Ihe shade."
For one the Advertiser do3s
not dispute tho claims of the Alken
Times and the Anderson Advocate
that to tho "Reformers" belongs
the credit of having delivered over
a seat in Congress to tho nogro re
publican, Murray. Says the Times:
"Tho People's Advocate, hits tho
nail, on tho head regarding the
friendship for tho colored race as
professed by the antis and as prac
ticed by tho Reformers. In sup
port of its incontrovertible asser
tions, that paper cites tho seating
of tho negro Republican Congress
man from the Seventh District by
tho Reform Democrats last winter,
while tho old reglmo had continu
ously kept ono of its own party in
tho office which, by rights, belongs
only to a republican. Facts aro
more convincing than fancy and
The Advertiser will not bo
surprised when tho wholo Stato
gets on au official drunk and ex
cuses tho act. as a "roform meas
ure." Tho Orangeburg Enterprise
wants the Dispensary to havo a
"/air trial" and wo hope it will bo
by a reasonably sober jury:
"If tho experiment, fuirly tested,
proves a failure the pe?plo will be
satisfied, and will punish properly
tho men who advocated It; but if
it proves a success they will also
be satisfied, and will reward the
men who suggested it, worked for
it, and enacted it into law. No
unfair test, however, will bo ac
cepted as a conclusion of tho whole
matter. The trial must be fair
The editorials of the Orangoburg
Times and Democrat aro strictly
matter of fact. Editor Sims Is sol-#|
"Ex-Gov. D. H.Chamberlain says
tho way to stop tho lynching of
negroes in the South is for the ne
groes to stop raping white women.
This Is tho only practicablo solu
tion of the difficulty that wo havo
yot seen suggested."
Tho Prosperity Reporter may
have neglected numerous opportu
nities to find out that the propor
tion of "club" mon to Anti-Tillman
Ites in this Stato is loss thau five
hundred to thirty odd thousand
and so it omits the following grunt:
'Tho ant) element, which is re
sponsible for the club barrooms in
this Stale and polled a majority
against Prohibition in the few
counties that it controlled, in fight
ing tho dispensary law. The dis
pensary law knocks out tho club
barrooms, and that is whoro the
shoe pinches. The Supremo Court
in the Chester caso sustuined the
constitutionality of tho law, so thoy
will havo to submit to tho dispen
sary whether they like it or not.
Tho time to fight this law was be
fore Its enactment. Now that it
has become a law of our State, all
good citizens will cease criticising
and aid in giving it a fair trial.
The Advertiser sympathizes
profoundly with the evident fatigue
which the Aiken Journal and Re
view feels. Tho Journal and Re
view needs something to cheer it
self up, and should step out and
take it at once.
"Tho thinking masses of tho
whole country view with extreme
solicitude the threatened Butler
Tillmnn Senatorial campaign in
South Carolina in 1891. At home
any man not stricken by hopeless
obliquity of vision must already
see that the effect of such a con
test upon the material interests,
tho moral sentiment and tho social
status of tho Stato must bo super
latively paralyzing, degrading and
deplorable. It is further to be as
sumed that tho successful candi
date in auch a scramble would
have no more Influence on public
affairs ut tho national capital than
if ho wore a wooden puppot manip
ulated by a string. Ho could do
nothing more effective than hia
election would imply that he should
do, and that would be to prod thq
wounds of tho defeated faction at
homo and to keep astir a novor
dying Qame of hatred among tho
people of South Carolina."
Tho Sumter Froeman, though
some w Hut Jefforaonlan to and
through the core, occasionally wor
ships at tho shrine of paternalism.
"Tho Supremo Court has sus
tained the Dispensary act. So
good-byo barrooms, except thoso
run by the StatoQovornmont, after
July 1st. Wo must say wo think
the chango promises to bo a great
Tho Spartan tolls us that
"l,aureus Is getting out of tho
tadpole stage. Tho tail has dropped
off and it Is just plain "Laurens"
in tho post office department and
Is no longer "Laurens O. H."
A Better Way.
Moat all of us would liko an oc
casional liver medicine. Wo all
need It in the Spring. Rut tho
average medioine is so dobilltatlng
and painful that we do without.
At last we havo a liver medicino
which its owners deolaro Is abso
lutely, freo from pains, slcknosp.
woakness and gripes. Its llvor alu
sold by Dr, B. F. Posey and also by
Dr. H. Martin, ?Oots. a bottle. A
graduated medicine glass frco with
Eczema causes an itching so per
sistent as to produce, not only
slooplessnoss, but at times oven de
lirium. Local applications will
not romovo tho cause, which is im
pure blood. Ayor's Saraaparilla
curoS*this dlseaso by cleansing the
blood and eradicating ail humors.
Tho "glide" will as usual ho tho
fr.voritc serpentine danco tbfs Sum
Every democratic paper in the
land ?jhould help to swell tho cho
rus for a gradod income tax.
When a South Carolinian rends
the newspapers of Georgia ho must
concludo that the secrot of that
State's.prosperity lies in tho ever
lasting good humor of her people.
Sacrotary Herbert Is spoken of
for vice-president to succeed Ste
venson,?but the Secretary should
not bo asked to play second fiddle
to any man.
A. great many papers aro harshly
criticising Ooyornor Ponnoyer of
Washington. We have reason to
beliovo that wo could bo very happy
under a Pennoyer administration.
Whore is tho sub-treasury
schemo? Is it in Col. Donaldson's
pocket? Is Editor Howden in
charge of It? Or has tho poor
thing died for tho want of puffing?
While Tillman is being consid
ered for a third term let us suggest
that ho go over to Georgia and run
for Governor of that State. Georgia
would recclvo him with open arms,
it would bo a filling climax to his
career, it would restore harmony
in thoso parts, and ohf how he
would shlno as a Georgian!
'Hyalin EI.OOD BALI
THE GREAT REMEDY
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SCROFULA, ULCERS. ECZEMA,
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100 lbs for 75 cents.
60 lbs for 40 cents
And Smaller Quantitlcn nt One Cent
ALL THE COOLINO DRINKS OF
THE SEASON AT OUR .
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DOOR TO THE POST OFFIC
rom Bad to Worse
A Complication of Diseases
Hood's SarsaparlHa Cave
Strength Just In Time.
Mr. Isaac Aber
Of Vionno, N. J.
" I gladly testify to tho following foots i X
havo been a very groat sufferer tor tho last flvo
yoars with troubles of tho Kiting* and bid
nor* and tho worst stage ot
I could soarcoly eat anything bocauso of tho In
tenso pain In my stomach. I was also at one
timo covered with ?nlt rheum, nmliny cough
weakened mo so that I could scarcely walk. X
hod several attacks o! bleeding at tho lungs.
My breath bocamo bo short that I was unable to
work and was obliged to givo up my business,
which is that ot a mason. I could not evon
walk about much. Bo I kept going from bad to
worse I thou bad nn attack ot tho shingles,
which, with all my other complaints, confined
mo to my room for thrco months and
Nearly Took Away My Life.
I had heard of Hood's Barsaparilla as a good
medicine, so I bought a bottlo. When I had
takon It, I found it had done mo somo good, so
I continued till I had taken thrco bottles. I Im
proved so rapidly that I could walk out of doors,
and havo steadily gained till I am nt work
?ngaln and aso my hammer and trowel onco
Hood's si Cures
more. Tho physicians told mo five yoars ago that
I would not live thrco years, and all tho neigh
bors think it a very strango thing to seo me at
work again. It is tho strength glvon mo by
Ilood's Barsaparilla which cnablos mo to do It.''
Isaac ADER, Vienna, Warron County, N. J. G
Hood'O Pill9curonll Liver Ills, Biliousness,
Jauuuico, Indigestion, 81ck Headache. 250.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County of LAukens.
Court of Common Pleas.
Samuel Patton Evlns, plaintiff,
William D. Evins, Elizabeth Jane
Evins, Lavinia Ann Evins, Rachel
Ann Evins, Lucius Evins, Cath
orino Evins, Louvinia Evins, J. O.
Owings and S. S. Knight, defts.
To the Defendants above named;?
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint in
this action, which was iiled in the
office of the Clerk of tho Court of
Common Pleas, for the said county
on Jan. 12, 1893 and to servo a copy
of your answer to tho said com
plaint on tho subscribers at their
. office at Laurens, South Carolina
within twenty days after the ser
vico hereof, exclusivo ot the day of
such service; and If you fail to an
swer tho complaint within tho
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to tho Court for
tho relief demanded in the com
Dated Jan. 12, A. D. 1893.
F. P. McQOWAN,
and W. H. MARTIN,
J. IT. WUARTON. 0. C. C. P.
To William D. Evins, Rachel
Ann Evins, Lucilis Evins, Cather
ine levins and Louvinia Evins, nun
resident defendants abovo named,
take notice that tho complaint in
tho abovo stated action was iiled in
the olUco of tho Clerk of tho Court
of Common Pleas for Laurens
county In said State on Jan. 12,
1893. F. P. McQOWAN,
and W. II. MARTIN,
Ot Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
On account of prohibiting the sale
of liquors, which will take effect
the 1st day of July and as a law
abiding citizen, I will sell at onco
regardless of cost my well known
stock of all kinds of liquors, wines
and brandies, bocv, cigars and to
bacco. My 18 yoars dealings with
my customers is sufficient guaran
tee for salo of pure goods, honest
measure and low prices. Goods
must and will be sold at once. Now
is your timo to buy.
Apr. 25, 93. L. KOPPEL.
Arc very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DU. B. F. POSE?
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
and people wanting anything
in my line will do well to call.
I also carry a large slock of
Toilet Ailiclcs, Stationery, Tobatca,
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet and
Laundry Soap and a hundred
and one other things kept in
a first-class Drug Store. I keep
of reliable houses constantly on
hand and sell them at reasonable
prices. Yours for mutual benefit,
ib. f. B&SKYq
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST.
New Barber Shop,'
In Tho Robortson Building,
TWO DOORS FROM THE POST OFFICE.
Polito Attention and flood Work i
I'roudsod All Customers.
And windy advertising unsurportcd by facts have played out. Trashy
merchandise can no. longer be palmed oil* on an intelligent
public for first class goods. People havo learned to
discriminate between the good and the spuri
ous. Herein lies the secret of
It is selling the BEST at the price of Inferior Articles and strictly
avoiding MISREPRESENTATIONS that has Won the Hearts and
Pockets of the people for us. Let others do as they will we will adhere
strictly to our rule?
"BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY."
For the best 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 els. Dress Goods come to sec us.
For the best 35, 45, 50, 65 and 75 cts. Dress Goods come to see us.
For the best 85c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 .2.00 and -1.50 Dress Goods
come to sec us.
For the best line of the newest things in Ladies' Hats conic to sec us.
For a White Lawn at 5cts, worth Sets, come to Bee us.
For India Linen at 8, 10, 12^ and 15 cts, worth 'o, 12$, 15 and 2octs,
come to sec us.
For beautiful Plaid Lawns at 8, 10, 12 and i5cts, worth 25 per cent,
more money, come to sec us.
For the best line of novelties in Printed Goods come to sec us.
For the best line of Shoes in Western Carolina come to sec us.
Our Clothing Stock
Can't be downed in Quality, and our prices have been made with a spe
cial view of moving it, and our large sales in this department
warrants us In saying ou figures arc right.
FOR NOBBY AND STAPLE STRAW HATS WE ARE
We Are On Top Once Again.
*? And am prepared to furnish anything In my line at reasonable
rates. New Goods aro arriving every day. Mending and repair
ing dono at short notice and special attention glvou to watches.
And In Fact Uvory thing Kept in a First ( lass Establishment? Call at
Jewelry Store, Southwest Corner of Public tfquarc.
HARRIS* L.1TI1IA PRINGS, S. O.
After a long and vartod oxporionco in tho uso of Mineral Waters from many
sources, both foreign and dotnestio, 1 am fully porsuaded that HARRI?' LITHIA
WATER possesses oiiicaoy in tho treatment of aullotions of tho Kidney and
Bladder imequallod by any other water of which I havo made trial.
Tliis opinion is based upon observation of its ollocts on my patients Tor tho past
throe yoars, during whioh timo I havo proscribed it freely and almost uniformly
with beneut in tho modicablo maladlos annvo mentioned.
Whon ;ailuro to relloyo lias occurred, I havo iinputod it to Insufficient uso of the
Wator, for my oxporionco teaches mo, that froinono to two quarts daily should bo
ta'ton from two to four weeks, to socuro its full romedial effects.
A. N. TALLY, M. U., Columbia, Bi 0.
J. T. HARRIS, Waterloo, H. c.
Dear Sir:?I llnd groat bonelit Trom tho uso of your Litliia Water. T consider
it a lino tonic, and goneral rogulator of tho digestion, as woll as vory olllcacious In
thoso disoasos for which 1.it Ida is considered somewhat of a spocllic.
judo 10 j. B. KBRSITAW,Oamdbn,S.0.
My wlfo has been using your Litliia Water and is vory much bonolited. I con
sider it in ovory rospoct equal to tho famous HulValo Llth'in Wator.
JUDGE J. H. COTHRAN, Abboville.S. 0.
-FOR WALK BY
SHUMATE & GARRETT and KENNEDY BROTHERS.
He ?uro to go to Dr. J, A. Martin's Now
Prilg Storo for your Drugs, ModicinoH,
Ladies Tollot Goods, Itroath Perfumes,
Diamond Dlos, Tubo Paints, Indoliblo
Ink, Mtationory, Tobacco, Cigars and a .
Iiundrod otbor things iiHiinlly kopt in a
Drug Storo. Bond your can for tho bof>t
whito or rod oil and you will sond again,
special inducomonts nro now oflorcd to
practicing phyHlolans in tho way of
Fresh Drags, The Cheapest Drugs
and tho Host Drugs. Dr. Hiokenbakor,
a llrat class proscription dork, who bus
hnd several years oxporlonco an n Drug
Salesman and Proscription Clork is now
in ohargo of thoDiug Btofo und takes
special interoatin tilling proRoriptions
and waiting on customers. Semi in your
ordoca and bo convinced Hi .U Dr. lilokln
baker la tho man to save you monoy.
J. A. MARTIN.
l, e. burns & so.
UNI) 101UDJ Y/ERS, UNDERSELLEUS
Call nn<l hoo our luuny bnrguins; to bo
found among our immonso stock ot
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Groceries,
Tinware, Ulnssware, Woodwaro,
Hardware KU:. Great Imluco
mentH in Stoves and Furniture
Sowingmmchinos?hijrh and low
nrm?at n job. Tduool Drugs very
cheap. Big lot of Confoctlonory,
TO RA C C O and CIGARS.
Our goods must, shall mtd will ho sold;
Wo hnve upon od a NEW STOKE nt-J
linrksdnlo, H. <!. but nro doing business
also at our OLD STAND nein- Uttlo .
Knob, B.C. With many thanks Tor tho
past favors und hoping for a oontinunnco
ol tho same, wo uro.
Your obediont sorvanls,
L. E. BURNS & GO.
Not our Political but our Business platform is bound to be popular
with all parties. Here are the planks on which we stand.
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With everyone who buvs of us for the cheapest goods on the market.
Between buyer and 'eller. We make a small profit. You get extra values.
Of shoddy goods, inflated values and oppressive hitrh prices.
Of course "The People's Store" is where "The People's Party" buy
their goods. That is the simple, tiuthful platform on which we present
these canidates to you.
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Notions, Trimmings, Buttons,
Oloves, Knitton Cotton,
BOOTS AND FINE SHOES
Slippers, Oxford Tics, Hats,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Etc.
Full line of Stationery, Drugs and
Perfumery, Hardware, Saddlery,
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We are not asking any favors at the hands of Mr. Cleveland, but we
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