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' ItL, EDITOR.
'Or^lquare, one lnaer
u jpKbsequeut insertion,
t ion mado for larae Ad
W. W. KAU-,
3. C, Jan. 9, 1894.
e that Rills."
stouling yver us that
?dng, '94 will bo a dull
-DVEitTiSEU. It begins
ly thattho Antf Tillman
jent upon mixing thoni
jtolit leal stew and all that
tlawcd papors of our stamp
about on tho lowor limbs of
nd crow onco in a while when
among the Rofawm cocks
? wo so long for a bit of fun
.nnot refrain from ponotrat
?eesses and ret rents Of Re
vonturing to lire off a few
Reflections,'' as the cxtiu
ueral Farley would say.
o brilliant refawmaucos
having been oxocutcd hero
?vo a passing notlco.
lined to suspect that tho
1 >ns which our county Al
ls hy norno*''?'; In'politics,
?> L sod Friday
suro of. A
ho came a
ing at tho
was a cor
? stars in tho
i't care. Wo
.ndly to that
f "most oxelu
gontlomcn" whom wo
.aid thcroaro fow young
.m and trim pattern whose
lothes moro daintily and
set off. Then Mister Evans
lawyor and it wasdeind and
. of the resolutions to suggest
In persons not ollglblo to
p In tho Alliance ought not
?red when the olllees are par
. whether the reference was
? Stunynrno Wilson or both or
J.o he perfectly frank wo
this writing prefer tho unaf
ikon brother who has an Al
art in tho right placo to the
jther Evans of high degree in
r. A change may conic ovor
fences but we uro for tho Gary
betwixt tho braeo of Evanses
the. Rcfawm 9tage. If it
u though that the rovolv
.eo against the youngster,
=sd that there ulways lies
sp the career of a Ward
being constructed gome
0( course ho has moro
i, thah Ward, oodles more,
.so we chorish this oompar
jctionato sentiment for Mis
(GARY Evans) that we risk
a story that John Kendriek
Is in Harpers' Weekly. There
rty in a diino musoum of in
0 tho morbid public simply be
? j Iiad-no logs at all but a friend
took compassion and invented a
f patent ones for him on which
jjb learned;to make a mile in three
1 or loss. Thereupon our friend
oak Tvtts Seized with a "vaulting''
V>n*to become a professional foot
and so ho did and entered for
j?test event of tho season, big
and piles of glory. Now, tho
of the logs was regulated by
i by pressing which the gentle
iding-fchom could show up or come
doad stop. Our champion conclud
M8t for exercise to tro't over the
;o bofol'o tho raco bogan. He
1 off Irt olqgant itylo. Thon he
.ot,er and faster and the grand
x roso and cheered and tho welkin
j; and tho rafters shook and the
11 boys shrieked and the excitement
t up to a frightful pl>6h. As tho
ntor en me down the home strotch,
?ressod the -button. To his dismay
ouldn't work. He 'pushed harder,
esult. Away he skedaddled around
rack a second time. Tho crowd
n't understand It. Finally the
>t out that tho man had lost his
such running had never been
.?o.' Tho police tried to catch
& t^ no purpose. In the rrfe'an
10 runner'was pushing the but
antlcally and at last in despair ho
it.a terrific prossuro which broke
umb nail. But tho logs stopped,
?oy stoppod so doad short that tho
ping broke-and the body of the
diot out forty yards ahead and
d on Its stomach in front of the
othron, mind how yon put patont
on a proem-ions and inoxporionccd
rn schomes that are doubtful,
And trioks that are dotlous,
?t'folks are too provlous,
on forgot It.
of Kos pect.
t loss th? Carofu)
stained by tho
Since our last issue sevoral marri
ages havo como under our obBorvatlon
which wo havo not us yet soon in print,
and as (vo hcliovo in Kooplng abreast
of the timos wo will report thorn hero,
though all of tho parties aro not of
Owingsvlllo. Thoy "aro of Laurens
county and all of our people should
know what is transpiring in their
county. Mr. e. E. Pitfis and Miss Mag
Sio Redden woro married at tho rosi
once of the bride's father. Mr. A. F.
Redden on tho 21st of December, 1893,
Rev. Mr. Jones officiating.
Mr. J. R. Redden and Miss Bossie
' Dodson woro marriod at tho rosidonce
of the bride's father, Mr. William Dod
Bon on tho samo date, Rev. J. B. Par
Mr. J. W. Rodden and Miss Livla
Davis woro jnarried at tho residonco of
the bride's father, Mr. Washington
Davis, on tho 20th of Decombor 1803.
Mr. A. M. Gulbortson and Miss
Mamlo Redden woro marriod at tho
residonco of tho brido's undo, Mr.
Harry Redden, on tho 14th Decombor,
'03, Rev. Jodio Martin officiating. Wo
extend to thorn our heartiest congrat
ulations and pray that the blosslngs of
Almighty God may ovor rost on them.
Tho now yoar Is on us and wo should
all bo thankful that wo havo lived to
see tho lust days of 1893 und now as wo
aro entering upon tho now yoar k1 us
all strive to ho in a bettor condition
financially, intellectually and relig
iously In twclvo months' tiino.
, Your correspondent had ihe pleas
ure of attending tho Christmas treo at
Union; which proved that tho people of
Union know no such word as failure.
Tho Christmus troe at Rocky Mount
was also a grand success.
S. A. Boland, who has been spending
tho holidays at homo, has returned to
tho Medical Collego in Chatanoogn,
Tain., also J. G. Coopor has roturned
to tho Modical Collogo In Atlanta.
. Jno. R. Owlngs is in very fcoblo
health at this writing.
Press Boland, of Nowborry, visited
his father, II. F, Boland and other rel
atives in this section during tho holi
J. N. O'Doll visited relatives in Ab
beville, Xmas week.
J. W. Cooper is quite ill at this
Tho entertainment at Jones on Fri
day night before Xmas was a great
success. Professor Culbertson knows
just oxactly how to entertain an audi
Curtis Hitch, of your town has moved
to this soction and located at his fa
M. D. Mitchell is visiting relatives in
Abbeville this wook. We wish him a
Mrs. W. W. Culbertson, of Ekom, is
visiting her brothor, J. T. Cooper.
Undo Joel Blackwell is a welcome
visitor in our community. We wish
him u lengthy and pleasant stay with
There uro several cases of La Grippe
in this section. Wo liopo to see every
body up and doing again before long.
Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured
With local applications, as they can
not r*tjach the seat of tho disease,
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dis
ease, arid in order to euro it you must
tako internally, and acts directly on
tho blood and mucous surfaces. IIull,s
Catarrh'Cure is not a quack medicine.
It was proscribed by ono of the best
physicians in this country for years,
and is a regular proscription. * It is
composed of the best blood purifiors,
acting directly on tho mucous surfaces
The perfect combination of tho t wo in
gredients is what produces such won
derful results in curing catarrh. Send
for testimonials froo.
P. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price "5c.
Statement of tho Condition
PEOPLE'S LOAN & EXCHANGE BANK
Of Lauren*) S. O, Close of Business
December :11m., 180U.
Loans and Discounts.$121,120.01
Stocks and Bonds,. 21,707.51
Checks and Cash Items,_ 2,578.22
RoalEstato, F. and F. 0,100.00
Expenses und Taxes Paid,.. 1,803.38
Duo from Banks,. 58,001.50
Cash on Hand,. 45,518.90
Undivided Profits. 31,808.50
Dividends Unpaid,. 1,132.00
Due Banks and Bankers._ 3,588.83
Individual Deposits, subject
to chock,. 103,804.91
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA, I
County op Lauuknk. \
T, W. A. Watts, Cashier of tho above
named Bank,do solemnly swear that the
foregoing statement is true to the host
of my knowledge and belief.
Sworn to and subscribed before nje
this 2d day of January, 1804.
W. A. WATTS,
N. B. Dial, i
J. H. TRAYNHAM, > Directors.
W. II. Martin, )
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Mrs. David N. Kibler
et Bhanley ton, Vn., was a sufferer with stomach
trouble. At times she was lu severe pain and
groat misery, Piercing paint would aolze her
in tho right slilo and at times Bhoot from
the hip to tho breast, she also suffered ohtlls
In tho body and limits. Thyslelnns failed to
diagnose tho caso ami medicines fulled to euro.
qutokly brought about a change and tho result
has been a perfect restoration to health.
HOOd'8 Pills act ouslly, yet promptly and
efficiently, on tho liver and bowels. 25o.
NOTICE TO GUARDIANS Etc,
Guardians, Administrators, Execu
tors and other Fiducl&rlos are hereby
notitlod that they uro required by law
to make their annual returns to me be
fore the 1st day of March, or OX.
AU such failing to comply with the
above notice will be ruled to show
JNO. M. CLAHUY,
Jan. 9, 93-3t J. P. L. 0.
Todd, Simpson & Co.. General Mer
chants, have the exclusive sale of these
Celebrated Glasses in Lnurens, S. C.
From the factory of Kellain & Moore,
tho only complete optical plant in tho
South, Atlanta. (la.
THE Auditor's Office will bo open
from the 2d day of January to the 20th
day of February, 1391, to receive Returns
of Real and Personal Property for taxa
tion in Lnurens County. For tho con
venience of Taxpayers I will attend at
the following placea to receive returns
for said year :
Jacks's Township, Roseborn, Monday,
January 8th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Jacks's Township, Ueynosa, Tuesday,
January 9th, from 10 \. M. to 2 P. M.
Hunter, Clinton, Wednesday, January
j 10th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. ?
Hunter, Goldvillo, Thursday, January
11th, from 0 A.M. to 12 M.
Hunter, Milton, Thursday, January
11th, from 2 P. M. to 1 P. M.
Cross 11 ill, Spring Grove, Friday, Jan
uary 12th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Cross Hill, Cross Hill, Saturday, Jan
uary 18th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Waterloo, Waterleo, Monday, January
15th, from 10 A.M. to 2 P. M.
Waterloo, Moore's, Tuesday, January
16th, from 10 A. M. to 1 P. M.
Waterloo, Mt. Gallagher, Wednesday,
January 17th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Sullivan, litoworton, Thursday, Jan
uary I8lh, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Sullivan, Tumbling Shoals, Friday,
January 10th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Dial, Goodgion, Saturday, January
20th, from 10 A. M. to 12 M.
Dial, Luther Owens, Monday, January
22d, from 12 M. to 2 P. M.
Dial, I). D. Harris, Tuesday, January
23d, from 1 P. M. to 3 P. M.
Dial, White's Store, Wednesday, Jan
uary 24th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Young's, Parson's Store, Thursday,
January 25th, from 10 A. M. to P. M.
Young's, Young's Store, Friday, Jan
uary 20th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. ?
Young's, Plossant Mound, Saturday,
January 27th, from 10 A. M. to 12 P. M.
Young's, Lnnford Station, Monday,
January 29th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Scufllotown, Tylorsville, Tuesday, Jan
uary 30th, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
All Property, both Real ami Personal,
is Returned this yoar.
It will save much time to Taxpayers,
and also greatly.- facilitate tho work of
tho Assessor, if any person, before leav
ing home, will make out a complete list
of the number of acres of laud and build
ings, also every item of personal prop
orty, iu the'following order: Horses,
cattle, mules, sheep and gents, hogs,
watches, organs and pianos, buggies,
wagons and carriages, dogs, merchan
dise, machinery and engines, moneys,
notes and accounts above indebtedness.
.All other property including household.
J It is always required that the Auditor
I got tho first given name of tho taxpayer
I in full.
I Under tho head of place of residence
on tax return givo the township.
All male citizens, between tho ages of
twonty-one and fifty years, on tho 1st
flay of* January, 1891, except thoso who
are incapable of earning a support Ironi
boing mnined or from other eftOSOS, are
doomed taxable (tolls.
And every tax-payer is required to
give tho Number of their School Dis
Aftor the 20th day of Fcburary next
fifty per cout penal I ty will be attached
for failures to maku roturns.
In every community thore nro persons
who cannot read, or that do not take a
nowspapor. Those more fortunate may
do such persons a great favor by telling
them ol i he time to mako returns, or by
returning for them.
The sssessing and collecting taxes is
all dono now in the same yoar, and w?
have to aggregate the number and value
of all horses, mules, cattle and other
pieces of personality, as well as the
acres of land, lots and buildings, and
their value, that thore is in tho County,
and have the Bnmo on file in tho Comp
troller Genornl's Office by the 80th day
of Juno of ?ach year; ami from that
time to the 1st day of October the Audi
tor and Treasurer's duplicate have to
he completed, and an abstract of the
work In tho Comptroller's Office by that
time, which will show at a glance, that
the Auditor has no time to tako returns
or anything else much between tint 1st
day of March and tho* first day of Octo
ber but work on the books and tho
We hops, thereforo, that nil taxpayers
'U make tie - t.ur?a in .time
Of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 15th day
of February, 1894, I will render a
final account of my acts and doings
as Administrator of the estate of
John D. Miller, deceased, in the
office of Judge of Probate for Lau
rens county, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
and on the same day will apply for
a final discharge from my trust as
All persons having demands
against said estate will present
then, on or before that day proven
and authenticated or be forever
barred. M. C. CO^,
Jan. 9, '93-.it. Administrator.
Infallible Itch Ointment!
Scratch 1 Scratch! SCiltcll!
That's The Question,
Maybe for You !
If you knew how many hundred
gioss ot this wc sold per year, you
would agree with us that TUE
ITCH is pretty live question.
j YOU II AVE THE ITCH! j
i WE HAVE THE CURE! j
glkW Our Word For It g/M
Infallible Itch Ointment will easily
and Quickly Cure any case of
Itch in American. We
know what wc say to
be absolutely true.
PRtOE, 35 CTS.
No Pain?No Guiriis in Livuk
A graduated medicine glass goes
free with each bottle.
LIVEtt-AlD Cost only 80 cts.,
And It Cures You.
All of the above Manufactured by
UuWARD & WILLET DRUG COMPANY,
And Sold by
II. MARTIN and B. P. POSY, \* cots.
LAURENS, S. C.
THERE will be let to the lowest bib
ber the building of a bridge at Good-*
gion's Factory, across Rabun Greek, on
Wednesday, 10 of Janury next, at 11
o'clock A. M. The Commissioners re
serve the right to reject any and all bids
Contractor to give bond, with ample po
curity for their faithful performance of
the Harne, Bv order of tlm lizard.
R. P. ADA IK,
c u. c. 0. Ii. c.
M. L. Bui.lock, Clerk.
Nice Line of Toys just received.
Odd pieces of China and Crock
cry Ware will be closed out very
Currants 5 cents per pound.
RAISONS, CITRON, PRUNES,
NUTS, ETC., ALL NEW.
BANANAS, ORANGES, APPLES,
ETC., COMING IN EVERY
Firo Crackers, Roman Candles
Cheaper than ever before.
JAS. P. WILSON,
In office at Honca Path, S. C,
every day except Friday, when I
will ho in office at Williantston,
, ^&^@te=L, ,_
WE WILL MOVE NEXT WEEK INTO OUR BIG
TILL THEN SLAUGHTER PRICES IN ALL
l*.T?K.m?ll Mlllilll II llll MB Ii HM I II n IIIIIIB.IIIMIIIH IH11IHIII ??i??
The Second World Fair
is opening now at
L. JE. BURNS ft 00,
Two Stoics, one at Bnrksdnic,
and old stand near Little Knob,
S. C. Having enlarged our store
room for our Large Stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Groceries,
Huts, Millinery, Jeans,
Woolen Suitings, Calicoes,
Tin and Glass Ware, Hard
ware, Furniture, Stoves,
and all kinds of Bargain Goods
that can be found. And it's so
cheap. Our Goods must, shall and
will be sold. Call and sec Thomas,
because seeing is believing,
High and low arm Sewing Ma
We remain your faithful and
L. E. BURNS & CO.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County ok Laukknh?Court
John I). Williams us Admistrntor, with
tho will annexed, of Nancy Dunn,
deceased, Plaintiff, against Nettie
Williams, ot, al., Defendants.
Complaint to sell land to pay debts.
Creditors of Nancy Dunn, deceased,
arc hereby iio! I fled and required to pre
sent and establish their ela'vis before
mo at a Court of Reference to bo held
by me in tho above stated case in my of
?COOn tho 13th day of January, 1894, at
10 o'clock, u. m.
JOHN M. OLARDY,
j. v. l. c*.
Dec. 0, 1803 it.
Prof. ?:. \V. Amltli, l'rln. Commercial Collcm'
I Ry I nlvertUy, Lexington, Ky.,w?s awnnlert
MEDAL AND DIPLOMA
OY I lit WGTiL?'S CuLUlhBIAN f"
vof Hi !?%*?>.? ?>rn<Mii?-fc?
E. J. O'CONNOR,
1)08 Broad St., Augusta, Qa.
choi CK old whiskies,
AND LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS.
The Largest Liquor
House in the South.
jtikW* Mail orders receive prompt
Sept. 25, '93-3111
N. A. Craio W. C. Winters.
i'ok THE PUBLIC nv
8 inch or Iii inch Well:;.
We do our work economically
and guarantee satisfaction.
Mr. W. C. Winter will be glad
to give all needful information.
Nov. 7, 1893-3111
DR. W. H. BALL,
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL RANK, LAUBENS.
OPPlbn Days?Mondays and Tuesday*.
Trustees of all tho School Districts
of Laurons County are requirod to
make immediate reports to School
Commissioner of all tho chihlron with
in their District between six and twon
ty-ono years old. 4 Also, names-of all
persons lin'olo to M tax. Promptness
Is necessn' -' th'
A. SENSIBLE Qja.
A GOOD 1
Have just received a limited sup
trade. So please don't wnint till they
come at once and secured the lirst and
our popular 30 cents books to 35 cents ,
We'have aga'n this a*.
priately called "Old LadieV^.
pair and you will always bless us for
J. 0. C. FL EMI
1 have again .started for Uhristmas li
fortuuo of a fire after working for Thirt >
it is. I am however here to .stay, und wi
cull on 100 and .see what I have. I have
over shown in Laurena, and realizing the pr<
everything down at the very LOWEST Pill
enjoy anil take advantage of^Cln istmas
dull times demands, Remember thai I wil
care of your interest. The Prices on my ei
shown In upper South Carolina, are lower
History of the Jewelry trade. Do not fall
to ?fter you and y .11 will bo pleased. Her
honest and save you more than you ever
tho Jewelry line.
J? ML VI
Now is Y01
I*lass, Crokcry, T
?toves and G