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W. W. BALL,
LtAUREN B, S. Q? Aug. 29, 1893.
Tlio Souts of Judgment.
Elections by the present Legis
lature to All expiring terms of
Judges occur this winter.
As reform papers put lt; Lieut.
Qov. Eugene Gary Is slated for As
sociate Justice McUowan's place;
Col. R. O. Watts for Judge Hud
sons place; Speaker Jones vice
Judge Wltherspoon; Att'y. Qen.
Townsend viceJudgoWallace. As
there is a dearth ol reform timber
in the lower regions? Tom Watson
or Jerry Simpson may be imported
to fill Izlars place on the Charles
Judges Norton and Aldrlch seem
to fill the title roll ot reformers and
will bo permitted to wear their sil
ken robos. "Blessed are the meek,
for they shall Inherit the earth."
Judge Simonton, of the U. S. Dis
trict Court has filed his decision in
a case involving the constitution
ality of the dispensary law and
pronouncing as unconstitutional
the 25th section of the Act. Under
Hum decision liquors cun bo sent
Into the State for private consump
tion and will seriously affect Gov.
Tillman's business. The case will
be appealed. There are two ways
of meeting this sort of thing; one
for the State to abolish the U. S.
Courts; the other to abolish Judge
Simonton. One other expedient
might avail: get rid ot tho United
States. Let Gov. Tillman take no
tice. Verbum Bap. sat.
A oelobroted temperance lectu
rer was usually attended on his
tours by a brother who ordinarily
got gloriously drunk. Being asked
why he was carried along, ho ex
explained : as an object lesson that
the beauty of sobriety might bo
illustrated. Just so; the Green
ville Democrat might be set up
again and Barrett, the formor edi
tor now in jail, put in charge to
villify Hampton and other living
heroes of the South Carolina of tho
A philosophic citizen turned a
flock of geeso in to weed out a
grassy cotton patch. An old gan
der of experience after looking
around at the situation flew away
cackling as he wont, "overcropped,
? overcrapped." The grit, the bump
' - ..of hope, and confldenco of the office
holders and our brethren of the
Reform Press in this State must
excite the admiration of the wild
est enthusiast. Push the whiskey
business and your taxes are paid.
J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., of New
berry, has the endorsement of the
entire South Carolina delegation
and has a hopeful chance of being
sent as our Minister to Italy. Pres
ident Cleveland can't do better than
honor this fit and accomplished
With Caldwell and Judge Bacon
representing our country abroad,
this State will bo satisfied.
It is a nice come off. Only one
representative in Congress from
South Carolina got a Chair
manship, Capt. G. W. Shell was
given the Chairmanship of "Acous
tics." Crisp nodoubt considered
that the litte Stato spiritually in
clined and given to blowing some*
what, would be at homo "tempering
the wind to the shorn lambs."
Anti-Cleveland papers announce
that the President's feet are all
wrong and that he Is unable to
stand upon them. But no com
plaint about his head is announced;
tho fact is, paradoxical as It may
sound, the President stands on his
In tho absence of the editor at
Chicago Sana Garlington by his vig
orous and energetic work is
ranking the Spartanburg Horald
a very wolcorao visitor.
Everybody wants biinotalism;
everybody sees it is impracticable.
It is uot so easy to sco whore wo
While Judge Simonton is constru
ing tho Dispensaiy law Atty. Qen.
Townsond is construing Judgo 81
Why Is Attornoy (Joneral Town
sond liko Gen. Zac. Taylor? Ue
never knows when he is beaton.
? ? ?mm
Tho Usual Fate.
Greenville, 8. 0., Augugt 21.?
A special to the News from Green
wood, 8. C, says: Jako Davln, col
ored, to-day assaulted Mrs. Wil
liam Mundy, a respectable white
woman of flfty-flvo year*, living
near Greenwood. After Davis had
tho woman bound and gagged he
was driven away by fierce yard
dogs. Ho was huntod down, cap
tured, fully identified, tied to a tree
and shot to death by a hundred cit
izens, white and black. The exe
cution was performed with military
precision and propriety. Davis ac
cepted his fate stoically. This Is
Ma second crime of the same kind,
Ln( ns the woman assaulted on the
previous occasion was disreputable,
lie went unpunished.
Children Cry foi* Pitcher's Castorta
A. B. Bolt, Jack Tumblln and J.
W. Bolt are off for a week or two
Samuel Bolt and son visited rel
atives in the Mouutain City this
Miss Ketle Kay, after a short
visit in tins neighborhood, has re
turned to her home in Greenville.
The overseers of the public high
way have put the roads in good
condition around Tumbling Shoals.
J. G. Sullivan has the best worked
road In Tumbling Shoals. It is In
excellent trim, looks like the grad
ing of a railroad. All overseers
around here should Inspect the
road leading from here toGbarlton
Hall and take a note of it.
Miss Nettie Hellams is attend
ing the teachers'institute In your
city this week. Her brother, Hamp
ton is teaching in her place until
A series of moctings is in prog
ress at Mt. Bethol this week. We
hear largo crowds attend every
service and we trust much good
will be done during the meeting. It
is being conducted by Rev. Mr.
Poozer, of Tumbling Shoals circuit.
Tho colored poople are holding
a meeting at Prospect.
Protracted meetings are running
in full blast in every direction.
They seem to fill tho hearts of the
old members with fresh grace us
well as bring in many new ones to
Mrs. Octavia Ahercromble and
brother-in-law, John Abercrombio,
of Greenwood, are visiting here.
It is sincerely hoped that the town
of Laurens may see the importance
of giving tho county dispensary a
fair test and come over in due
time. All admit that Laurens is a
hustler and that of the right sort.
Some are pulling fodder.
We soo some cotton beginning
Thero will probably be a suffic
ient amount ol all varieties of
fruits canned and dryed for borne
consumption at this place.
We are glad to see the Advehti
ber ever ready to sound the alarm
against impostors whether in tho
present administration or out of it.
Every man should take the Ad
vertiser to keep up with the
party and every one who does not
believe in it don't know a good
thing when he sees it.
The farmers are busy gathoring
Cotton is opening very fast. It
won't bo long until wo will hear
tho signal of our glnners. What
will the staple bo worth? Is tho
question now being discussed.
Walt, time will oxplicate the re
Warrior extends to Rockey
Spring Church tho right hand
of fellowship and brotherly love
for her conslstancy and provorbial
hospitality and especially for the
cordial invitation to the closing ex
ercise of their singing school, Sat
urday 19th inst., taught by Prof.
Compton. Warrior's school was
well represented. Tho two classes
together with their well trained
voices filled the church with strains
of music sweeter than tho songs
of the nightingale. Tho good la
dies of that locality certainly sus
tained themselves in the way of
getting dinner. But oh, how Blin
ker did enjoy eating fryed chicken,
cakes, pies, etc., and noting some
of Rockoy's spicy girls. Blinker
carried homo with him a nicely
carved little white rock for remem
brance of one acquaintance. Sat
urday was an occasion which will
long bo remembered as a happy in
cident in the lives of many.
Here comes our rich neighbors,
Conway Garrett, Johnnie Owens,
Joel Withers and Dock Henderson
all have porchased stoves from
that big agent. Only $G8, that's
what I call getting thero Elie.
Mr. T. R. Simpson will kiln
many bushels of potatoes this fall,
as by close inspection wo find ho
has about four,rows.
For the want of time and space
will not note our visitors this
Mr. Lewis Burns has recently
had his dwelling roddod for protec
tion against lightning.
Ruinous life of a coming wed
ding. Ask Zeno if ho knows any
thing of that nature.
All enjoying good health; my
You can nover havo a roally
good complexion until tho impurity
is cleansed from your blood. What
you need is a thorough course of
Ayor'8 Sarsaparilla, which is abso
lutely free from all harmful Ingre
dients, and therefore, perfectly
The Board of T rustccs of the
Laurens City Graded Schools oilers
one free scholarship to each of the
nine townships in the county to
be determined by a competitive
examination at Laurcns, in the
English branches on the 13th day
of September next.
The only expense incident to.
this scholarship in the school itself
will be a matriculation fee of two
dollars. The board earnestly hopes
that this oiler will be appreciated
and taken advantage of.
The next session of the schools
! will open on the 18th September
with a full and well equipped corps
of teachers and we invite the pat
ronage of all good people in the
j. T. JOHNSON,
C. D. Bahksdai.k, Sec. Ch'm'n.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Laukbns.
Wiikukar, Jas. M. Hudgcns, has
applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of James
These are therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before me at a
Court of Probate to be holden at
my office at Laurens, S. C, on the
5th day of Sept. at 10 o'clock, A.
M., to show cause, it any they can,
why letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal
this 15th day of August, 1893.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Aug. 15th, '93-4t j. v. i? c.
Pulling fodder la the order of the
Mrs. S. S. Uoyd who has been vis
iting her father is now viol ting at
Rev. Joe Daniel and wifo is vis
iting at Dr. J. 11. Smith's.
Mrs. Willis Washington is visit
ing at Tip Top.
Mrs. M. H. Wright, who has been
vising at Waterloo, has returned
Rev. Joe Daniel proached at'
King? Chappoll la?t Sunday in the
absence of Mr. Poozor.
Mr. M. II. Daniel, who has been
visiting at this place, has returned
to his home at St. Muthews.
Mrs. J. W. Moore visited Mrs. J.
R. Owlngs last week.
Mrs. J. W. Washington was
burled at Mt. Olive last Thursday.
Tho Rev. J. A. Martin preached the
Thore Is more catarrh in this sec
tion of tho country than all other
disoascs put together, anil until the
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a groat many yours
doctors pronounced it a local dis
ease, and proscribed local remedies
and by constantly falling to euro
prouounced it incurable. Science
has provon calarrh to bo a consti
tutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional troatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional euro on
tho market. It is takon internally
in doses from 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer ono hundred
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Cheney 6\ Co., Toledo, O.
^TSold by druggists, 75c.
When Baby was alck, wo garo her Castorla,
When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla.
Whon sho becamo Mtss, bIio clung to Castorla.
When sho had Culldren, sho gavo thorn Castorl*.
Children Cry for PITCHER'S CASTORIA.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Lauhens.
Court of Common Pleas.
F. P. McGowan as Assignee and
C. D. Barksdale as agent, etc.,
Abraham McDaniel, Defendant.
Complaint for Foreclosure.
Pursuant to a decree of foreclos
ure and sale in the above stated
cause, I will sell at public outcry
at Laurens C. H., S. C. on salcsday
in September next,(being Monday,
the 4th day of the month) during
the legal hours for such sales the
following described property, viz:
All that tract or parcel of land
situate and being in the county and
State aforesaid, containing fifty
Seven acres more or \cs-., known as
the "Jacob Hood'' place and
bounded by lands of Thomas Hood,
J.P.Jones, John R. Smith and
Terms:?One-half of the pur
chase money to be paid in cash,
and the balance on a credit of
twelve moths with interest from
the day of sale, to be secured by
the bond of the purchaser, and a
mortgage of the premises with
leave to the purchaser to pay the
entire bid in cash. The purchaser
to pay for the papers. If the pur
chasei fails to comply with the
terms of sale the property will be
resold at his risk on the same or
some subsequent salcsday.
GEO. S. McORAVY,
Sheriff L. C.
Mrs. AT. F. Bone
"I Was a Wreck
With cutarrlt, Inn:: troublo au'i generally broken
down. Before I hud taken half a bottle of
Hood'a Sorsaparllla I folt better. Now 1 am In
good health, for all of whloh my thanks are due
to Hood's ?arenparllla." Mas. M. P.
Honk, Clover, Iron Co., Mo. Got Hood's
Hood's Pills cfiro Constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic action of tbo alimentary canal.
Are the lnmllnfj and most successful specialists and
/Mil give you help.
to rrnnrimlco to nil patients. If Fhcy can posslbl'y
he restored, our own exclusive treatment
will afford u cui c.
TVOJIEXI Don't you want to get cured of that
vi onkneM with a treatment that you can uec at
home without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment itiscured others. Whyuotyour Try It.
GATARRTIi and dlseasca of the Skin,Blood,
Heart, Liver nnd Kidneys.
HTPHIT.IS-Tho most rapid, safe and effectlvo
remedy. A complete Cure Oiiitruutced.
AKIN niSEASF.8 of nil kinds cured whero
many other* have failed.
X'WA.TTTItATj ?IHCIIAROF.8 promptly
cured lit a fow days. Quick, sure aud safe. Tins
iuclu?es Gleet and QOnOrhOCa.
TRUTH AND FACTS.
We have cured casea of Chronic Diseases that
have failed to (jet cured nt the hands of other special
is ts and medical Institutes.
_?aaCb.nF.MK.IIltKRtlmttherc is hope
for Vou. Consult no other, as you may waste vaiuablo
tlmo. Ohtuln our treatment at once.
llewareof frco nnd cheap treatments. Wo rIvo
thohcit sndmost aeloutlflo treatment at moderate
prices?ns low ns can be done for safe and skillful
front mcnt, Fit Eh consultation at tho oiu.-o or
hy mal!. T'ii.ruiiKli cx.-nilnatlon nnd careful dl.ie
no.d?. A homo treatment can ho given In a majority
Of eases, Bond for !'-yni|<tom Blank No. 1 for Men
No. 1 for women: No. 3f.>r Skin Diseases. Allcorr .
inondenco nnswoi id promptly. Business strictly con
ndentlal. Kntlro treatment pontiree from observa
(!oa. liefer to our patients, buuka aud business jutu.
Ad'lrceaor call on
DR, HATHAWAY & CO,,
*- l.a South Broud Street. ATLANTA, 0/
DR. W. H. BALL,
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL BANK, LAUBENS.
Office Days?Mondays and Tuosday.
By direction of Hon. W. 1). May
Held Supt. Education, an Institu
tion forCoIord Teachers will behold
ut Clinton, S. 0. beginning Aug. 21.
It will bo conducted by Prof. 0.
0. Scott of Spartanburg, assisted by
Miss Mary L. Dens of Charleston.
The colored teachers ol the coun
ty aro urged to make use of this im
portant opportunity for Improve
T. J. DUOKETT,
O. L. PJ K E,
A. M. HASSEL,
County Board Ex.
July 20th, ISiia.?2t
for Infants and Children.
' 'CtutorU U bo well adapted to children thai
I recommend Ha? superior to any prcecripUou
known to me." n. A. Aiectjue, m. D.,
Ill 80. Oxford St., lirookl> i), N. T.
"The use of 'Castorla' Ifl bo universal and
Its merits so woll known that It seems a work
of supererogation to endorse It Few aro the
intelligent famlllos who do not keep Castoria
wlthlu easy reach." _
Uahixhj Mahtyn, D.D.,
New York City.
Late Tastor Dloomlnfiualo IWormcd Church.
Castorla etrrea Colic, OonMlpAtion,
Sour Stoinach, Diarrhooa. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dl
thont Injurious medication.
" For several yoars I have recommended
yo\s' Castorla,' and shall always contlnuo to
do so as It has Invariably produced honoflcial
Edwin F. Paruss, M. D.,
"The Winthrop," 136th street aud 7th Ave.,
New York City.
Tmi Csmtaur Comi-any, 77 Murray Strhbt, Nkw Yobk.
The World's Fair Route from the South
18 OVER THE
LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI.
DOUBLE DAILY THAIN SERVICE
Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and lluffot Parlor Cor?,
Only Route Through tho Indiana
Natural Gas Belt.
VIA THESE une? A'. . Till IN CONM?XTIOht CAN hi SECURED
AT the MttNCIfAl ticket OFFICES OF
FcR special mronMATiou in regard to ratis ano
any demi co details corci".rhino THIS FIH8T-CI.A83
OEMVICt, please apply in pehpon ON uy let i lr OR
telegram to either of the rOtLOWINO.'
R. I. UCTY. StAUirn Pin'r Ag.nt. - NASHYILIK, TEXN.
CIO. R. TROknoK,?. ?. tut'r it est, LEUXr. WN. t i.
A. AKDFJISOH, D.?t/ict Paw r i&,\t, MWSVULR, IX,
A. ARDrnSOS. D.ttf.ct Pam, r Aiv.i
81?Uli KOOIiT, luitut OFasf*.
SPA K T A N Ii V KG, S. C.
JAS. H. CARLISLE, LL. D.,
Two Full Courses.
Necessary expenses for one
year, One Hundred
and Fifty Dollars
KIT For Cataloguo address?,
J. A. OAMBW?LL,
Secretary of Faculty.
We have add another comple. Department to our IMMENSE
BUSINESS. In preparing for this addition \vc have united all the well
known characteristics of our Firm, viz: We have bought the best Goods,
the Latest Styles and a Complete Variety,
We have gone into the Eastern Markets with the stuff, which, in
these hard times COmmandr>Ottom prices, and have placed ourselves in
a position to challenge competition?
For Slim Suits.
For Stout Suits.
For Sack Suits.
For Frock Suits.
For Single-breasted Suits.
For Doublo-brcftled Suits.
For Long Sack Suits.
For Short Sack Suits.
For Fat Men's Suits.
For Lean Men's Suits.
For Rich Men's Suits.
For Poor Men's Suits.
For Dude Suits.
For Large Boys' .Suits.
For Small Boys' Suits.
For all kinds of .Suits.
For all of these things we arc now headquarter.
Our Shoe Stock is unequaled for Styles and Prices. We are also
loading our Store with a magnificent Line of DRV GOODS for the
We Are On Top Once Again.
And am prepared to fttmishlaiiythlng in my lino at reasonable
rates. New Goods uro arriving every day. Momllng and repair
ing done at short notice and special attcntlon(|glvon to watches.
_> ..J J \ .:: . .-. Op
And in Knot Everything Kept in/a First Class JEs tnblishmoiU. Call at
Jewelry Store, Southwest Coj ner of Public square.
15r? suro to t?o to Dr, J, A. Martin's Now
Drug Storo for your' Druirs, Medu-ines,
Ladies Toilet Goods, Droatli Perfumos,
Diamond Dlos, Tuiio Paints, iudollblo
Ink, Stationery, Tobai'co, Cigars ami a
hundred othor tilings usually kopt in a
Drugstore? Sondyour oau for tho best
White or red oil and you will hoikI again,
?siioriiii Indueotnonts aro now oflbrcd to
praotielng physioians In tho way of
Fresh Dru^s, The Cheapest Drills
and ilio Boat Drugs, Dr. ftlekenbakor,
a flrst_olasM proseriptlon olerk,who has
had sovoral years oxporlonoo as a Drug
SaloHuiau and Prosorlptlon Ol?rk la now
iu ohargo of thoDiug store and takes
special interest in Ailing proscriptions
and waiting on ouatowors, Sond in.your
orders and bO eon vi need that Dr. Kiel, in
baker la tho man to savo you money,
J. A. MARTIN.
Now Barber Shop,
In Tlio ItouertSOtt llulhliu^r,
TWO DOORS FROM THE POST OFFICE.
Pollto Attontion and (Jood Work
Proinisod AU ?datouuui?.
liospec M nliy,
i. C, BURNS & CO.B
I'NDMKU I'VKKS, UND10HSKLLICKH
Call and isoe our many bargains to bo
found am ong our Immense stock ol
Dry Goads, Notions, Shoes, Groceries,
Tin wa re, Glassware, Woodware,
Ihirdv a iEto. Clronl Induoo?
iiHint?ln stoves and Ku rnlttire.
So wliig-ntaohlnoa?lilfflt and low
at,m?<ata.job. Liuool Drugavory
c neap. Big lot of Oonl'oclionory,
TO HA. CCO and CIGARS
<>ur good a inual, aliall and will bo sold.
Wo, fiaVO opened n NJ<5\V STOHR at
llr.r'kodalo, 8. (.!. but are doing btiHiiiOHH
aim) at our Ohl) STAND liOlir Llttlo
\\n< iii, s. ('. With many thanks for tho
l>nn i. favors and hoping for a contiuuanoo
<ii t ho saiuo, wo are.
L. R BURNS & CO.
W. H. WH1TNER,
$ Fashionable Barber. $
Sfii iVinjf, llaii-CuiCin;,, Shampooing.
I tif~ Will wail upon ladies at
tho ir residences,
Your obodlont servants,
?- was. -xw?, -
Beats all on a Fit.
FOR SALE ?Y
J. 0. C.iFlemingoVCo
Fresh Turnip Seed just received which we are
selling at living Pricey
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
a. Wl ^ VASE LiW Si.00.
ate ?? ' a
SOLD ONLY 3
.&E. H. Wilkes & Co.
FOR SALE BY
?SQ Fv Pusov
1 >.?. 0
II. B. Whllden MAC! RY!
Wbst End Caijioun St
(iia ku.sn ?.\. H. V.,
general agent for south cako ,
Sulf-IIkaling ok Othkk I'm i;
MATIO Ti it).: .
Prices,.$110.00 and $125.00
Exclusive Agencies given at un
occupied points. Correspondence
Woi ? W?i k a M k 11111 Ol*y.
Iii ick und 'i 11' "
l'.:u i< I Slave '?
< i 1.1 i 11 Threshing "
\: Nd 1 n i;s ami 110 IL 1; It fl.
Sialc A policy for Toluol! a s hik' Hu?
urliHH iiini llollor?, 8<i\\ und t.ii.-i Mill*;
Brewers' Brick Machinery, !>? nil 1
Mcrow ('< i toil I'm hc*i Thulium' l>lroot
Acting tticniu (no i?ir- ? Thon in?' Hood
Cotton Klovtiloi II II 1.1111)111118'
)ii?is; KllUth I??? . Hi. ? il'. I'm 1 It. B.
Sinitli A UQ.'rt Wood \V< vU iu Mttchlli?
Um i'.s; ToiiouorK1 <? 1 loniploto
equipment lor H-mli, l>ooi niitl Waoon
Factorloa; 1?. I.???:?( Ix ?> I'lttiitfttlon s.iw
M ills ^jh intilo ii ii.
KKi/iTNi;. PITTINfiH AN I) M AQU IN
?tf~ Write 100 for pri< ? .
v. o. UAL] 1 am, Manager,
Columbia, ?. Oi