Newspaper Page Text
, Jan. 2, 1894.
price of The Ar>
one dollar and a
10 Qreenvillo Pho
in LauronH from
1804, prepared to
?aphis in tno latest'
jh roe year old
nd Mrs. T. E. Todd,
zero interrod in tho
a swoot, bright and
Sirl, and tho boroaved
oop sympathy of all
ids in their affliction.
T to Pay Taxes.
papors of Monday, Jan. 1st
.ptrollor Gonoral lillerbo to-day
a circular to tho treasurers in
ry county in tho State informing
nn that tho timo allowed for the
/mcnt of taxes had boon extended to
l>eath of Mr. McCoy.
vir. McCoy, fathor ot Dr. Thomas
jCoy, died horo on tho 23d ult. He
?d only come to South Carolina a few
ooks previous to spend tho closing
lays of a lifo of ninoty-ono years with
His remains wore interred in tho
city comotory on Christmas ovo.
To Read and Keep.
There are scarcely any two topics so
interesting to tho public just now as
the new dispensary act and tho county
government act. Both of those in
Judogreat changes in tho law of which
'ow people have any accurate notion.
I'hk Advertiser to-day givos the
extof both in full. It will pay all of
>ur readoi'3 to wade through thorn and
coop tho paper for future reference.
Phe Advertiser also gives its read
srs tho reply of Messrs. Stokes and
'?Ivans to tho letter of General Hamp
Death of a Noblo Woman.
Mrs. Margaret Martin, widow of the
ato Rov. William Martin, of Colum
>ia, died in that city last week at a
cry advanced age. She was the moth
r of Dr. Harry Martin of our town
?ho was present with her during her
The deceased lady was eminently
ious in her life aud did great good in
ho Master's cause. She was giftod
ith marked literary talent and was
ho authoress of several works, in
ootry and proso mostly of a religious
Palmetto Liodgn Olllcers.
Tho annual installation of officers of
almotto Lodgo took place in tho
odgoltoomon tho night of the 27th
W. M., II. W. Ball: S. W., L. G.
dlc;J. W., J. M. Philpot: T., J. P.
alt; S.j H. W. Anderson: S. D? J. M.
isanska; J. D., M. H. Fowler; Stow
?ds, W. C. I. Irby, B. C. Crisp.
W. M., J. It. Smith was installed as
rand Pursuivant of the Grand Lodge
South Carolina. Past Grand Master
A. Hoyt was present by invitation
id presided. The attendance was
rgo and the occasion greatly enjoyed
? the craft.
Mr. G. A. Fuller, of Alma, one of tho
iding farmers of his section of the
unty, and Miss Suo Smith, the ae
mplishcd daughter of Dr. .lohn R,
lithof Mt Gallagher, were married
May they never know a less happy
;w Year than this auspicious one of
jir honey moon.
Married, December 17th, 1803, by
W. Culbortson, Trial Justice. Mr.
Ol'gO W. Cambroll and Miss Sallie
widen. All of Laurens county.
The weather was bracing and beau
il. The crowd was largo and the
.'seswapping brisk. The square and
)Otlot were covered with people all
'. Merchants did a good business,
'here were few sales.
BY THE OLERK.
j. S. Fuller against J. K. Fuller, 145
?es, $1,200, to L. S. Fuller.
>amo case, 83} acres, $400 to T. S.
lamo case, 07 acres, $170 to L. S.
lamo case, 88 acres, $(i?? to J. H.
by THE SHERIFF.
Jlghty-flve acres in the case of tho
nplo's Loan and Exchange Hank
vinst W. H. Garrettand W. C. Irby,
ghtby W. C. Irby for $1000.
e Funeral of Miss Yoargrln?
'ho remains of Miss Mary L. Year
arrived hero Saturday from Spar
burg. They wore accompanied by
?8 Sallie Savage and Miss Connor,
lents of Cornell University and
mils of the deceased young lady,
'he remains were Interred in tho
? conietory at 11 o'clock Sunday
?ning. All of the ministers of the
assisted in the ceremonies at the
vo and no morning services wore
1 in any of tho churches. Rev. A,
Wardlaw, of tho Presbyterian
rch read a Psalm, Rov. J. W.
11, of Dials, delivered a fervent and
iltlful prayer, Rev. J. D. Pitts, of
Raptist church, read tho burial
ico and Rov. Walter t, Herbert,
io Mothodist Church, (dosed in a
t prayer and pronounced the bone
ion. The following gentlemen were
B. Dial, IT. B. Gritton, Jno. F.
H. II. Hudgens, J. T. Johnson,
Wilson, W. C. Irby, C. II. RopOf,
;. Bolw, W. W. Ball,
io assomblago at tho grave was
largo and composed of hundreds
iople of tho town and numbers from
s township and tho neighborhood
yhich Miss Ycargin was reared,
is needless for THE ADVERTISER
?Id anything further to what it has
?'??Jsaid by way of testimonial to
n regard and appreciation folt
?ur people for tho noblo quail
hoart and mind which Miss
in Illustrated In her life. It is a
choly satisfaction not only to hor
iiato family and relatives, but
of tho people, of hor native county
a merciful God has pormitted her
at romuins to bo roturned to
.. In tho land of her fathors beneath
'he following is the Associated Press
snatch relating the clrcumstanco of
,ie finding Of tho body:
/ITHICA.N. Y., Doc. 2?.?The body
of Miss Ycargin, who was drowned in
Cayuga lake sevoral weeks ago, was
washed ashoro last night near tho de
Eot at McKinnoy's Station, on the All*
urn branch of tho Lehigh Valley
Mhs Ycargin wont rowing Vith In
structor Morriam of CornelliCollego
3omo\ix weeks ago, and failcU to re
turn. \hoy wore undoubtedly frowned
togcthoX by tho capsizing of their
Mt?8 Ycfcrgin was one of the i>ro mi
.~rtn at Sago/Colleg e,
s' C ftr.
In and Around the City.
The Coming and Going and Min
gling op the People.
Happy New Year!
This is campaign year.
Miss Sara Ball has returned from a
pleasant visit to friends in Walhalla.
Mr. .1. O. C. Fleming aftor a two
weeks siogo of tho grip is out again.
Mrs. Arohlo Adams, of Greenville,
is .visiting in the city.
* Call at tho Court House and see
specimens of Wheolor's photographs.
Editor Bowden, of tho Cotton Plant,
visited Congressman Shell last week.
Mr. C. C. Feathcrstono returned Sat
urday from a business visit to Augusta.
Miss Birdie Austin roturned to Co
Young people please boar in mind
this is the woddlng season.
Dr. A. N. Talloy, of Columbia and
Dr. O. B. Mayor, of Nowberry, were
in town last wcok.
You havo until February 1st to pay
our taxos. By tho way, how much
as Koform reduced taxation?
No man with honest eyes can look
on Laurens from Irby Hill and not
confess that it is the prettiest town in
Don't fail to havo some nice photo
graphs takon by Whcelor in Laurens
from 1st to 10th of Jan.
? Governor Tillman, wo are told, was
in the county Saturday and visited Col.
Shaw at High Point.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, mother of
Mr. J. G. Brown, has been visiting tho
Mrs. S. C. Todd is oxtromoly ill and
grave fears are ontortainod that she
will not recover.
Metsrs. L. Hill and Larry Gantt, of
Snartanburg, and D. A. J. Sullivan, of
Charleston, wore in tho city with Sen
ator trby Sunday.
Clerk of the Court Meot/.e and Rep
resentative H. B. Buist, of Greenville,
wore in the city last week and visited
County Treasurer Mock tells The
Advertiser that considering tho
tough times, people are paying taxes
Should the city council contemplate
beautifying tho town and making it
comfortable by planting trees, now is
tho time to do tho work.
Thomas P. Cothran, iCsq., a leading
young lawyer of Greenville, and ono of
the attorneys for the R. & D. Railroad,
was in tho city Saturday.
Col. J. A. Hoyt, of Greenville, spent
several days in our city during the past
week and was welcomed by many
Mr. Mclvcr, of the Southern Presby
terian, was In town Friday and called
to see us. Mr. Mclver is an f>\*peri
enced newspaper man and a vei pleas
N.^d08^<iza and Nannio McCaslan
and Mossrs. S. M. Wilkcs, Claude W.
Garrett and W. W. Ball attended the
Greenwood ball Friday night and all
report a delightful time.
Tho delightful Van Bibber is about
to re-enter public life. Mr. Richard
Harding Davis has written another
story about him called "An Anony
mous Letter,'" which will appear in
the February Harper's.
The Advertiser is informed that
Mr. .f. G. Brown has been offered a
a position in the North as a trainer of
horses at $0000 a year, but will prob
ably not accept. ' It is said that he
was recommended for tho place by
Tho b'hoys, or the gurrls, or both or
somebody took the usual notion of ring
ing out the old year and they did it
with terrible energy and perseverance
murdering about throe thousand hours
of gentle, grateful, innocent and un
offending slumber. But b'hoys will be
b'hoys and gurrls will be giddy.
Mr. Thames, father, of Mrs. Dr. H.
K. Aiken, of this city, died in Charles
ton last weeek. Mr. Thames during
his long life was art active railroad
man and during a career extending
through many years held a number of
responsible positions in his line of busi
Mrs. Aiken, who attended the fune
ral services, returned home yesterday.
Judge elect R C. Watts left to-day
for Columbia to qualify as .judge of tho
Fourth Circuit. Ho will bo joined in
that city by his wife and children to
morrow whence they will proceed to
their now homo at Cash's Depot, Ches
The Advertiser wishes them bon
voyage?and may they faro prosper
Mr. W. H. Gilkorson will move to
morrow to Mrs. Richardson's house on
Harper Street, where ho will tako
boarders, transient and permanent.
This houso is a x delightful place for
boarders and in two minutes walk of
the square. It is needless to say that
Mr. Gilkerson will make it pleasant
and comfortable for those who sojourn
Happy New Year!
A i ni,in Sni'viec.
On the lnst night of tho Old year
(Sunday night) all tho congregations
of the city joined in a service at the
Presbyterian church. The assembly
of Christians was very large. Short
talks wore made by Rev. J. D. Pitts,
Rov. Walter I. Herbert and Rev. A.
G. Wardlaw. A special choir com
posed of representatives from all tho
choirs in t! city led in the singing.
The old year " has been in many re
spects an exceedingly sorrowful one in
Laurens and each of*the churches havo
lost ono or more of their most earnest
and devoted mombors. These evonts
woro alluded to by the preachers in
feeling terms and yot tho occasion was
one of thankfulness to the Divine Fn
thor for his bouptiful mercies.
Sad as tho meeting was it was gene
rally enjoyed and those who attended
fool that it is better for them that they
Happy New Yeak!
Notwithstnndsng tho enormous in
crease givon to human strength by t he
mechanical powers, the lov- the' pul
ley, the wheel and axle, the re*
moval of heavy weights is still attend
ed by strains and sprains. Thorc is
positively nothing better for such oa
ultios than Salvation Oil.
The Atlanta Constitution, weekly,
and THE Advertiser, one year for
one dollar and seventy-five conts,
43TNow is tho time to-.
Ho tolls what he saw. Mrs. Chas. j,
Winstrand, Brishin;Clci*ncldCo., Pa.,
writes: "My fathor cauaht a very kc
voro cold In tho minos, v1"1* he pur*
ohaAnd a bottle of Dr. Atoll's Cough
' jjfa^y?pg It^bo had no
for rJ^Wlrats. A big stoo
and low prices. Simmons Brbi.
Go to Fleming & Co. for sohool books.
They have the largest stock ever seen
in Laurens and they have bought them
to sell, as you would think from their
low prices. They ore so very cheap
they are bound to go, and you would
know so too if you watohed tho groat
bundles leaving their o store.
A big lot of olothing loft which we
must unload. Sacrifice prices on all
goods. Simmons Bros. ,
Wo will move our furniture and
china stores in tho new Minter build
ing this week, whero wo hope to see
all our frionds. Wilkes & Co.
Our new storo is not quite ready for
us ho wo will for anothor week slaugh
ter prices at our present stand. Sim
S3.5H) buys u largo rattan rocker worth
$5.00. This is onoof our drives. Wilkes
Come to see us this week. Special
Srices to got off us much stuff as possi
lo before wo movo into our new store.
Wo rocoivod Monduy a new lino of
boating stoves, grates, otc. Wilkos &
A fow nice cloaks and imported dross
patterns loft, which wo will sell at as
tonishingly low prices to close out.
Splendid lino of carpeting, rugs,
oil cloth, art squares. Wilkes & Co.
January is a great month for shoes
and wo aro heeled with a big stock and
lino assortment. Try us if you want a
bargain. Simmons Bros.
Will you suffer with Dyspepsia and
[Jvor trouble when Glonn Springs
water will euro you. Yon can got it at
Glenn Springs water is spocially good
tor nil kidney and hladdor troubles. It
svlll remove stono Irom tho bladder In a
irontl- and speedy manner. For sale bv
High class job printing dono at
Glenn Springs water is kopt in cases
und on draught by Kennedy Bros.
If yon aro suft'erhiK from head-aohn,
loss of nppottte and weakness, try a case
?I'GJonn Springs water and you will feel
"etter. For saloby Kennedy Bros.
The Xmas tree at tho Baptist church
was quite a success. There was a largo
merry crowd and a great many hand
some presents received.
Miss Louiso Horton and Julia Simp
son, of Anderson, are visiting tho fam
ily Of Mr. M. I. Horton.
'Miss Lyl Harris is visiting Miss 10m
Miss Clara Boswell, of Abbeville, is
visiting Misses Mary Griflln and Julia
Mr. A. Goodo Faulkner, is spending
a few days of Xmas at his old home.
Mr. Clyde Horton spent a fow days
this weok ut Williamston.
L. Friorson spent a while in Statos
ville, N. C, this week visiting
A few of the college boys are spend
ing their Xmas holidays in Clinton,
majority howovor aro revelling at their
Thoro has been no end to parties
this week; little parties, big parties,
old parties, young parties, tea parties
and tacky parties, socials and dances.
All the young folks and older ones too.
seem bent upon enjoying Christmas
while it is here.
Owing to tho sickness of some of
the members of Enoroe Presbytery, it
did not convene on Thursday night.
It was a called meeting in order to
hear the trial sermons of Messrs. U.
M. Fulton und W. II. Owings. It was
decided to call it again for Thursday,
Jan. 25th at 7 p. m. in the Orphan's
Mr. Thornwell Jacobs is sulTering
from a mild attack of the grip.
Mr. W. It. Owings, formerly of this
place,now at tho Theological Seminary.
Columbia, married Miss Etile West, of
Mrs. M. A. Lynn, who has had
charge of the Dormitory for the Col
lege, has given it up. owing to ill
health. Tho boys will miss her very
much, as thoy aro very much attached
to their "M. A."
Mr. George Albright is spending his
Christinas holidays at home.
Mr. Sam Simpson and family moved
into town u few days ago.
Rev, Mr. Olarkson, Pastor of the
Methodist Church, has moved into the
Mr. W. H. Shands and Miss Texas
Albright, daughter of Mrs. C. L. Al
bright, wore married Wednesday, '27th
hist., at the residence of tho bride's
mother. The ceremony was performed
by Rov. W. P. Jacobs, D. D., in the
presence of a large, number of guostss
The bride, and groom were attended
by the following couples: Mr. Gco. Al
bright with Miss Minnie Shands, Mr.
Jno. Hunter with Miss Mary L. Young,
Mr. H. L. King with Miss Nannie
Vance, Mr. A. Goodo Faulkner with
MlssT. Craig. They received many
elegant and valuable presents. On the
following day thoy were given a recep
tion at the groom's father's, Hon. W.
A. Shands. G.
Cross Hill Notes.
To all wo wish a pleasant new year
and many returns of tho same.
The health of our town and vicinity
is now of the very best.
Business is very dull, very little (rot
ton marketed, and people have but little
money so our merchants are standing
around resting from their labors of the
fall and getting ready for the spring
ThO handsome new store of Mr. Joe
Nance is now complete and ready for
business. It is a very handsome build
ing and adds much to our town.
We notlco somo changes of rcsidenco
and some now comers in town.
Mr. George Prophet has moved into
his handsome now cottage near the
academy. We wolcomo him to town.
Mr. G. L. Cartor will occupy the
house on Main Stroot. We aro glad
to welcome Gcorgo to our town. There
are some othor changes spokon of, but
not yet determined upon,
Tho young peoplo havo nad their us
ual amount of amusomont during tho
holidays and aro now ready to settlo
down to businoss.
Mr. Tolly Richardson's drove of wes
tern horses is attracting groat atten
tion and ovory day we aro troatcd to
exhibitions of horsomanship according
to the wostorn plan. Mr. Richardson
exhibits great skill in managing his
Mr. Ed G. Davonport, aftor sponding
a yoar in Florida and Toxas, has re
turned homo and says ho behoves Car
olina Is tho best Stato and Cross Hill
tho best placo in tho Stato.
Our schools aro doing woll under tho
managomont of thoao votoran tcachors,
W. S Pitts and J. C. Cook.
Tho Mothodist Church at this place,
will bo supplied for tho prosont yoar
by Rov. J. A. Campboll. Wo aro not
yet informod who will supply tho Pres
byterian and Baptist churches.
That veteran old soldlor and staunch
citizen, John G. Turner and family
have moved into tho suburbs of town,
and will frequently be seen on our
Woll, tho Legislature has dono its
work for tho sooson and reformed tho
dispensary, tho judiciary, tho congres
sional districts and tho railroads. T'Lot
us havo pea * SdmuE.
try to bring (^^^vju^^iuc^TTI^u r
Rev. D. C. Freeman supplied the pub
pit with an hour and a half Christinas
sermon on last Christmas Eve to a largo
The following night there was a sing
ing at tho residence of Mr. T. R. Simp
son's which I did not attend, but was
informed that it was a very pleasant
Christmas morning our little town
arose quite early in holiday attire, with
tho sound of music, joy and gladness,
and cordial invitations to gather to
gether at different places-to commem
orate one of the greatest and merriest
days that has over been recorded in tho
world's history. " In tho afternoon tho
committee made ready for tho Christ
mas tree, and at about six o'clock the
people began to pour in llko ants out of
a hollow log when the other end is
aflro. By 7:30 tho hall was full, by 8
everything was In readiness, and Mr.
and Mrs. Santa Claus entored und
marched up fronting tho tree and per
formed their acting in a vory accepta
ble mannor. Soon tho tree was strip
ped of its many preSonts, none of which
were vory costly, though under tho
circumstances it was a grand success.
Air. Santa Claus said: ''I would have
hud a flnor ono, but my ox died and my
crop was short and I liad to ride a goat
and couldn't fetch much of a load that
way." Next, a nlco fruit cako was raf
fled off, which was prosontcd to Miss
Bessie McKinloy by Mr. J. C. Todd.?
Then a big dance ended tho oxorcises.
Tho occasion will long be romombercd
as a happy incident in tho lives of
many. We extend many thanks to the
visitors for their good order.
Tuesday a turkey dinner at .lames
Todd's. Tho following night a dance
at Mr. James Monroo's, a nice turnout,
and it wus cortainly an enjoyable affair.
Wednosday night a gay sociable at tho
rcsidouco of your correspondent, also
ono tho same night, at Mr. Jim Nabors.
Misses Minnie Pool, Una and Bossio
Simpson spent the holidays at Wood
Arthur R. Owens spont Christmas
among relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burton, of Green
ville, uro visiting their sistor, Mrs.
Mary C. Garrctt.
Miss Ostelle Martin visited her sis
tor, Mrs. J. D. Millor, last wook.
Misses Bessie and Minnlo McKinloy
spont sovoral days during Christmas
with Miss Daisy Mitchell.
Messrs. .lohn Boyd and Frank Duvull,
of Mountville, have boon visiting in'
this section recently.
Miss Sue Monroe, who for tho past
year has been manager of tho Burns
Co. at store No. 2., has returned homo
to the sorrow of our telegraph opera
tor. Never mind, George, she will
come back again.
It seems that nearly everybody now
has, or has had, the'grip. There arc
several cases now in this section.
Mrs. Win. Lioopard, an aged lady of
this section, died last night, the 27th.
Her remains will bo laid to rest In the
quiet graveyard at Cedar Grovo to
Wo have many other visitors and news
of minor importance, but for lack of
time ond space will not riote them this
If "Bum" fails to como out weekly,
you may know that Prof. J. W. Fowler
has him bucklod down too tight.
Wishing ovorybody from the Chief
Editor down to the "Devil" a happy
now year. I am he, tho unknown,
Xnias lias como and gono and every
body is prepuring-for a no\v year'with
We will not mention tho sick, but
will say that there is sickness in almost
every family in our community.
On tho morning of the 28th Mrs.
Jane Leopard, after a short illness died
with pneumonia, aged about 74 years
and while her remains were being laid
to rest on the morning of tho .'10th her
husband, William Leopard died of
la grippe, aged about 80 years. They
wore buried at Cedar Grovo church.
Both were consistent membors of the
Baptist church. The boroaved chil
dren havo the sympathy of the com
Mr. John Bramlctt went home with
John Beadle to Kansas on the 27th ult.
Mr. B. C. Crisp of Laurens, with his
family visited his mother on Wednes
day of last weok.
Miss Mary Cannon is at home spend*
ing Xmas holidays with her mother.
We wish ovorybody a prosperous
new year. R. A. J.
Buckingham's Dyo for tho Whiskers
is the host, handi?st. safest, snrost,
cleanest, most economical and satis
factory dyo ever invonted. It is the
The Sea Hoard Air Line.
Parties going East or West will'do
well to write or seo
J. N. Wright,
Laurons, S. C.
Soliciting Frioght and Passenger
Agent of Sea Board Air Line.
Twenty Five Cent Column.
Advertisements-, will be printed under
this head for one cent a word each inser
tion, none to bo inserted for loss tban
Lost.?Between the post office and
Bennett's store a bunch of keys. Finder
will please return to this office.
A L'all In Prices.
At Whitonor and Martin's barber shop
sliavu niny now bo bad for ten conts.
To Hunt." One of tho handsomest
storo rooms in Laurens with large baso
mont and freight elevator. $12? a vonr.
Also 5 room brick cottage within 200 yds
of publI': square. Apply at this ofllce.
If you rfeel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN?S IRON BITTERS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laurens.
WlIBRBAS, F. R. Owing, has
applied to mc for Letters of
Administration on tho estate of
Jane Owings, deceased.
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be and appear before mc at a
Court of Probate to be holden at
my office at Laurens, S. C, on the
17th day of Jan. iSo.i.at 11 o'clock,
a. in., to show cause, if any they can,
why letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal
this ist day of January, 1894.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Jan. 11 'o.i.-at j. v. u c.
Notico is horeby given that returns
of all personal proporty must bo made,
to tho city clork by tho 20th of January
next. Blank returns arc now made
and can be had by calling at tho city
All porsons failing to uml<e. thoia.
returns by that timo, tho usull penalty
will bo added. j
By r,,.,w,. 0f tho MoyAr.
t. a H>1.t.K. <
Laurens County AlnM^n will meet?
tho first Friday to January next, at
11 o'clock A. M.
Every Alliancemanin the county
is urged tu be present, the condition
of the country demands that every
Farmer and Mcchaoio, and ail
wealth producers, should come to
the front and let those who are so
persisitenlly opposing the demands
that we are contending for, and
which are 60 necessary to our pro
gress and welfare, know that we
mean business and will still be in
the ring in the struggles of I894.?
Each Sub-Alliance will take notice
and send a full delegations. YVeeus
gest that the Christmas holidays
could not be better spent than in
organizing and doing Alliance work.
Senator Irb) and other distin
guish speakers of the State will be
John M. Hudgkns,
Tho regular annual mooting of Share
holders in Tho National Bank of Lau
rons S. C, for the oleetion of Diroctors
will bo hold at their Banking House,
on Tuesday, 9th of January, 1894.
* JNO. A. BARKSDALE, Pros.
sum of ono hundred dollars for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank j. Cheney.
Sworn to beforo and subscribed in
my presence, this ?th day of Doeombor,
nally and acts directly on tho. blood
and mucous, surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, froe.
TP. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
?^' Sold by Drusrgisto, 75c.
Subscribe for tho Advertiser
now and got tho election news of next
yoar for $1.50.
English Spavin Liniment roinoves
all Hard, Soft or Calloused Lumps
and Blemishes from horses, Blood
Spavins, Curb, Splints, Sweeney<
Ring-Bone, Stifles, Sprains, all
Swollen Throats, Coughs, etc. Save
$50 by use of one bottle. Warrant
ed tho most wonderful Blemish
Cure ever known. Sold by II. P,
Burdette & Co. Druggist, Laurens,
C. H. S. ?.
To Runt?One small two-room house.
W. W. Bali,.
ask'all who are indebted"
or otherwise to come for^pd at our."1,
and sottlo or I shall ho compelled to
hand all accounts without any excep
tions in the hands of an oilleer for col
lection. I hope that my friends will
como forward In my time of need and
show their friendship by prompt sottlo
mont of their accounts. Address all
communications and all orders for
Christmas liquors, etc., to my place of
business. Orders solicited, which will
receive prompt uttontlon.
. L. KOPPEL,*
Itch on human, mango on horses,
dogs and all stock, cured in 30 min
utes by Woolford's 8aultary Lo
tion. This never fails. Sold by
H. P. Burdetto & Co., Druggists,
Laurons, C. IL, S. C.
Look Out kok a Call.?Mr. Jno.
R. Hcllams Is the agent for the AuvKK
tiskk, authorized to make collections,
take now subscriptions and orders for
jobs, etc. Mr. Hellams is now travel
ling in the interest of he tpapor.
Indirection, and Btomach disorder:. tnUo
HKOWK'H IKON HITTKltS.
All dealers keep It, Si per bottle. Genuine line
trademark und crossed red lines on wruutHT.
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bbegeeb mlh nnnnnnraar;r rrrr.rr.rr caanaaana
Our Stock must be reduced in the next 60 days. In order to reduce our stock wc are offering our entire
Greatly Reduced Prices.
Now is /your chance to buy your entire Winter Goods Cheap. Wc arc going to make some changes in
Stock January, 1S94. In order to make the desired change wc must close out our entire Stock of W
Dress Goods, Millinery, Shoes and Jeans.
The above is no catch penny, we mean exactly what we say. Our stock must be closed out.
possible to quote Reduced Prices as the business is composed of Thousands of items for which sr
obtainable at this time. First callers will get the cream of the Bargain. We have several Big Ba*
within the last week that will pay you to examine. Ladies ! Don't fail to see the Big Bargaii
arc selling our Dress Goods and Trimmings.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS !! We have a handsome line of Cloaks to be closed out. Cqmc . on
your size. ? f3
SHOES! SHOES! ! We have the largest stock of Shoes in Laurens, and they must be closi
the next 60 days. Now is your chance to buy your Winter Shoes Cheap. Sec our Stock and Ii
we will be sure to sell you.
LAURENS CASH COMPAN"
W. A. JAMIESON and S. C. TODD, Managers. 401?5?93
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurrns.
Court of Common Pleas.
Copy Summons for Relief.
B. H. Teaguo and Albert A. Gar
lington us executors of the will
of Natclssa M. Garlington de
censed Plaintiffs against L. C.
Teague and 11. F. Teaguo Defen
To the Defendants L. C. Tongue and
R, F. Teague
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
in this action, of which a copy is
herewith served upon you, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers
at this oilico in the city of Aiken
S. C. within .twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the day
ot such service; and if you tail to
answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to tlio Court for
the relief demanded in the com
CROFT & CIIA FEE,
Dated Nov. 1st, A. D. 1893.
To the Defendants, L. C. Teague
and R. P. Teague:
Take notice that tho complaint
in this action together with the
summons, of which the foregoing is
a copy, was tiled in tho office of the
clerk of the court at Laurens S. C,
on tho (Mb day of Nov. 1893.
CROFT & CIIA FEE,
Nov. 7, '93. Pl'ff's Att'ys.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
?County of LAUKENS,
Court of Common Picas.
I>. S. Fuller us Administrator, and heir
at law of John l\. Fuller, deceased.
Plaintiff against Kitty E. Fuller, ot.
Complaint for Rollof, Etc.
Notice is hereby given that a llof*
orOUCO in the above stated ease will be
held before, me at tho office of llali.
Simkins & Hull, attorneys al law, Luu
rons ('. H.. s. ('..on Thursday the 18th
day of January, 1894; at 10 o'clock A.
M. and all persons holding claims
against the estate of John K. Fuller,
deceased, are hereby notified to pre
sent and prove the same before me on
that day or thev will be barred.
LEWIS W. SIMKINS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurknh,
In Court of Probate.
Wiikueas, W. M. Curry, ha?
applied to me for Letters
Administration, on the estaP
T. R. Curry, deceased?
These are therefore tr
admonish' all and sin?~
drcd and creditors e
to be and appc
Court of ProV
my office a*
of J. T.
in my o'
Dec. 11, U
Of Settlement ami j
' fer Final IMhcIi
Take notice that on
of January, 1.89.1, w,
final account of my a' *
as Administrator of
John D. Cheek, dec*
oilice of Judge of Prol
rens county,- at 10 o'
and on the same day \
a final discharge from
All persons havi
against said estato
them on ?j?r before that
and authenticated <
Dec. S, '93-41. A
and lot contai
The chmcb b
the very be*t
Also a vory 1
to the new Da
on Main street
Doth of these*
to tho busino
all the ohurohi
This is a goo
tors and person
home in the th
or H. Y. Simps?
In the s?i...
..ial discharge fr<
All persons h
against said estate
sent them on or
proven and author
STATE ov SOU'
Court of Conn.
B. H. Teague and J
lington as exe<
of Narciasa T
E. Teaguo d<
To the defendant,.
and N. E. Teague.
You aro hereby sun
required to answer th
in this action, of whic
herewith served upon
serve a copy of your n
said complaint on the
at this office in tho ci
S. C. within twenty d'
service hereof, exelusi
of such .service; and if
swer the complaint \v:
aforesaid, the plaint
tion will apply to the
relief demanded In
Dated Nov. ls>r
To the defendants,
and N. E. Teague;
Take notice that I
in this action, toget
summons, of which tl
a copy, was filed in tl
clerk of the court, at
on tho 5th day of N<
Nov. 7, '93-Gt
Are very ess
person is ill
ed medicines 1
bly have I
DR. B. 1
in my lin
I also f