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LAURENH, S. ?., Feb. 6, ix?4.
A number of subscribers to this pa
pep w)io ai'o In arrears will not receive
tho impel1 ufter this week. Their
names will be dropped from the list for
tho reason that the expense of sending
? thorn tho paper without pay can he af
forded no longer.
Wo make, however, this oller. ff
thoyf isiro the paper continued they
may come In and pay for the paper one
year in advance, i. e. pay one dollar
and a half for Tiik ADVERTISER for
the next twelve months and at the
same time give somo assurance that
they intend to pay their arrears later
on. Wo prefer that they should give
their notes for the arrears.
Fob. 0th,-3t W. W. Ball.
ISxeltPtiieiK at Princeton.
Clem Davis, a negro, was arrested
last woek on the charge of setting lire
to the gin and mill of Mr. Bon Arnold,
It was rumored here that Davis con
fessed and implicated another party.
It is further reported that before so
doing he was whipped and thatjho now
denies all knowledge of the affair.
A number of Ii res have occurred at
Princeton recently and the town and
vicinity 'have been great ly agitated.
Gentlemen off the .Jury.
Court convenes fob, 10th. Judge
Kniest Gary presiding. The juries
wore drawn yesterday.
J M Workman, .1 It Wells.
.1 W Boyd, C W Wesson.
J Andy Jones, Jesse A Wood.
W M Finney, Lueian R Babb,
James I I Bubb, J C Copoland,
'A Q Putman, W S 'rurner,
E L Wells, D II I lilt.
13 A Anderson, A C Todd,
R P Adair. 1 C Jacks.
petit jurym bn.
Leo I Spoon, .1 J Pluss,
J B Hollings worth. A Huff,
Jas H Pitts, .1 W Fowler,
W H McCrary, Jno W Taylor,
W I Freeman. Luclan Babb,
Thud RSimpson, G D Young,
J ? M Shaw. Jno a Martin.
D D Stoddard. S P Dolt.
DO Barksdale, J ll Cunningham,
J H Gray, B W Davonport,
Jno W Du vail, <) 0 Cox.
N D Pranks. W D Byrd,
J J Hitoh, iL Boyd,
C C Ballov, Jus M Nabors,
John C Williams. I) W Mason,
J D Black. John a Taylor,
G M Moore. I) M St Hiding.
J G Noel. J C Mabry.
\ Th?' Latu-'Mi-. <'.-i>li ?'.i.
V \ Removal! Removal! After Tuesday
next February Uth, 181)4, our friends
and customers will lind :is in the ele
gant and commodious store room re
cently occupied by S mmons Bros.,
next door to the Pcoplo's Loan and F.\
change Bank, where it is our Inten?
tion to display one of t he handsomest
and best solcetcd stock of Spring Goods
ever shown in Laurens. We have
some special Bargains to olfor in Win
ter Dress Goods, Shawls, Cloaks, Milli
nery and Shoe.-.
Laurens (.'ash Co.
Ladies' line Shoe- worth $3.00 anil
$3.50 we are closing at $1.50.
Laurens Cash Co.
For now slicing calicos at 5 cents go
to Simmons Bros.
High class job printing done at
For elegant now patterns in sateens
go to Simmons Bros." big new store.
For Sale.?'One-hall Jersey Cow,
live years old. will give four gallons of
milk a day. Calf a weok old. Price
Fop the best corset In tin- city that
can be adjusted to lit your form go to
S?T Subscribe for tho ADVERTISER
now and get the election news of next
year for $1.50.
Wo are getting ready for an Im
mense spring trade. We have a lot of
odds and ends which we will ?dose out
cheap to make room for new stuff.
The biggest store and the nicest
line of goods in Laurens can be seen at
To Runt. One of the handsomest
atore rooms in Lanrens with largo base
ment and In Ight elevator.
We still have a few of those elegant
I $12.50 and $10.00 SUltS left which are
going at $7.50. Simmons Bros.
Wo have the best ladies' $1.00 button
shoe in the country. Simmons Bros;
To Kknt -One small two-room liotis?
w. w. Bam*.
Dr. Jas 11. Carlisle, has called a
meeting of all Interested in tho Scotch
Irish Socioty and such as fool IntOl'OSl
in tho work of this organization, tho
ladies especially, to meet at the Ken
nedy Library rooms this morning at
11 o'clock. Dr. Carlisle was appointed
by Dr. Bryson to organize a society
here aim* jt is hoped that Lauren.-..
York. Gro6nvlllo and Union will co
operate and through t heir united efforts
monuments may he erected to mark
tho graves of some of the heroes who
foil on Cowpohs Battlolicld.?Spartan
List el" ' ttcrs
\ Remaining in the Tost OfHce at Lan
rsns, 8. O.j unclaimed, for the woek end
inn January 20. 180-1 :
A. ?Austin, iv Billy Bullock; Arnold,
J A; Ataway, Dorrin; Anderson, Henry,
B. ?Brown, Will V\ Brown, Miss Fill
/.a; Bailey, Miss Kitty; Barton, Miss
0.?Caina, Mlas Kmina.
D. ?Dickson, John ; Doinrlass, Corrlo.
E. ?Bast, Mins Mamie ; fcfntrll.ei), Mis
F. ?Franklin, Heimle.
Ii.?Gambreil, Mii<s Ida; (bay. I'>.
L.?Litcs, Mrs S ; Little, John.
P.?1'oarson, Miss Cora; Petersu.
R.?Rice, Richard; Robertson, D II;
Riddle, Mrs Corrie.
S.?Steadman, (; L; Sullivan, J (i;
W.?Wilbert, Mis Olivia; Write,.! M.
Persons culling for any of above let
ters will please say, "They are advor
ed." T. 15. Cukws. P. M.
KxtrniIVom Postal Laws.
Postmasters are required to collect
one cent postage duo upon all lottert? ad
vertised, whctlior by postin? or other
wise, which are subsco/jently deliver
' ^-Postal Guide, page 87$>
ll lottcrs published as non delivered
be charged with oim eenf jn addi
h? rOgUlilf i "s;aj;e, to he ac
A Few Words In hort Syllables
of u 3Iostly Personal
.Miss Lydio [rby was with friends in
Clinton last week.
Miss May me Ferguson is visiting
friends at Wedgotlold.
Miss Lola Wilkes is at home after a
visit to relatives in Churlotte.
Mrs. Robert cibbon. of Charlotte, is
visiting the family of Col. Traynham.
1'rs. Walter Gibson is visiting her
mother at Melton.
Cnpt. J. A. Mooney, of Greenville,
spent last Friday in Laurens.
I "rofessors Cleland and Friorson, of
Clinton, were in town on Thursday
Clerk Halle wishes it announced
that city taxes are now payable at tin
Mr. George S. Mower, a prominent
lawyer o( Nowberry, was in town on
logal business Friday.
Mr. Ll0U80all, editor of the Nowberry
Herald and News, was in the city last
Mrs. M. F. Adams, now of Boaufort,
but until a few years ago a resident of
Laurens. has hecn visiting old friends
here for the past week.
Miss Marie McCaslan leaves on Wed
nesday to spend the next few months
with her sister. Mrs. Anderson, at La
dr?nge. Georgia. v
Gen. Carlos Stolbrund, a republican
politician In this State, who will be
remembered by many of our citizens,
died in Charleston on Saturday last.
Topic for the Voting Men's Prayer
Meetings for Sunday Feb. 11th. -Ab
sent from Prayer Meeting?duo. 20:24.
The Butler Guards, Greonvillo's
military boys, gave a highly entertain
ing exhibit of amateur minstrels at the
Opera House Wednesday evening.
Bishop Duncan preached eloquent
sermons in the Methodist church in
the morning anil the Baptist church in
the evening of Sunday last.
"Tidings From the Craft." J. P.
Babington and W. B. do Loach editors
and proprietors is published at Blacks
burg, S. ('., $1.00 per year. Jf will
prove of value to the Masonic Frater
nity in this State.
Mr. and Mrs. P, A. Simpson gave an
"Observation Party" 011 Wednesday
evening in honor of their sisters,
Misses llattie and Nlta Fricrson. The
entertainment was exceedingly novel
and pleasant and was thoroughly en
joyed by all of the guests.
Tho Laurens theatre goers, who
were out to sec ''Alvin Joslin" on
Thursday evening had almost as many
laughs as wore promised them. The
play was a highly meritorious one
and the hope is expressed that Laurens
may count upon its revisiting her next
Yesterday morning was icy and cold,
but the sun came out and up and the
day was beautiful. A very large
i vd attended salesday. though there
fO no public sales. Farmers were
i urful, making arrangements for
the year and hopeful of a fall'outcome.
Little has been accomplished in the
was of preparation, but there is ample
time yet. should the seasons prove pro
pitious. A man stmk in the mud
called upon Jupitor for help and was
told to put his own shoulder to the
wheel. A hopeful spirit will move the
Will You or Not?
Subscribers who are still indebted to
TlIK advertiser are urged to settle
at once. We must have money.
We intend to be as liberal as possi
ble with those who indicate a desire
and oll'or to pay us.
We are compelled to make arrange
ments now to keep tho paper on its
feet during the summer when collec
tions are scarce. Therefore we beg
and insist that all who owe the paper
will pay and not wait any longer.
The Sea Hoard Air Line?
Parties going East or West will do
well to write or sec
j. n. Wright,
Laurens, S. ('.
Soliciting Frieght and Passenger
Agent of Sea Board Air Line.
To the Merchants mid Farmers along
Hie Line of tho P. ft. & W. c. It. It.
It gives mo pleasure to notify you
that on and after February 1st, is'.H.
a marked reduction will DO made In
rates from all Western points to Port
Royal & Western Carolina Railway
local stations. This reduction in
freight rates places your station on a
parity with other points in upper Car
olina, and you will now have as low
rates from the West as any point on
any of the Railroads in your section of
it should onablo you to largely ex
tend your trade. This can now be done
with confidence, knowing that no other
town enjoys bettor freight rates than
your... you have always possessed
equal rates from Charleston, Savannah
and Lastern cities, with adjacent sta
tions on other roads, and this reduc
tion in the Western rates puts you on
a perfect equality.
On the same date a reduction in
rales from Virginia cities will also
rhore is therefore no reason why
you should not. largely increase the
trade in your section and I trust that
you will mutually aid us in building
up this lino and tho country adjacent
to it. W. J. CRAIG, G. F. A.
School is the order of the day in
The worthy friend of all teachers,
Mr. M. L. Bullock, visited the schools
In this district recently, kindly reliev
ing the Commissioner.
Drummers seem to have a good t rade
in our town from the number visiting
and the bills one merchant give thein.
Mr. B. C. Burns had a new addition
put to his store, making a large com
modious building for his line variety of
Our good ladies aro indebted to our
thoughtful Congressman, G. W. Shell,
for gai'don seeds. We see many now
preparing to use them.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Baldwin, of Ab
beville, arc visiting relatives and
friends in town.
Mr. E. It, Power, who spent tin' past
month clerking in your city, has ro?
turned home. lie evidently bollovCH
that "distance does not lend enchant
ment to the view. ' when his best ^'irl
Is considered. We can but congratu
late him on his good taste.
To tllO sorrow of the trustee ami
patrons, Mrs. Bryson has resigned tho
the school at this place. Sho move to
Ora where she will have the advan
tages of her church, and can train her
little daughter In her own faith,
While the trustees rcgrot to lose so
valuable a toaohor they favorably ac
cepted her resignation, and employed
Mr. R. Huntei- Bryson. of Ora, to till
hor position.? Wo Wish her success in
There will be a hot. supper at the roi
idence of Mrs. M. B. Mitchell Friday
night, the 0th Inst., for tho benefit of
Warrior Creek Church. Everybody Is
Positive economy, peculiar merit
r^nd wonderful - medicinal power are
Sineo the weather huscleared up tho
"whoa-ha" of the plowboy cun l>o heurd
in every direction and it seems that
farmers have gone to work with a more
determined zeal than ever before.
May Cod Almighty crown their ef
Mr. James M. Owiugs, formerly of
this place, now of Tip Top, S. C was
in this section not long since, visiting
friends and relatives. Como again,
Uncle Jim, you will always be wel
comed in our midst.
Mr. Daniel Baientino went to Green?
villi' on Imsiness a few days ago.
Mr. VV. W. Cooper has, wo are glad
to ::y. about recovered from bis re
cent illness and will be able to resume
bis work in a few days.
Mr. I). II. OwingS visited bis sister,
Mrs. S. S. Boyd, of your town, a few
I am no politician, but If I were this
would certainly DO my time to run for
Well, Mr. C, we are not as yet af
llioted with that disease known as
grip of the heart, but should we have
an attack of it WO think that there
could be a remedy found for it.
Miss Corrie Moore's school at Rocky
is certainly in a llout'ishiug condition.
Wo had the pleasure of hearing an
excellent sermon by the Uev. Mr.
Dougherty recently. It was his llrst
visit and the church is to bo congrat
ulated On securing his services for the
Mr. W. L. Cooper is the happiest
man in our community.
On last hViday evening,the 23th ult.,
about dusky dark, a few beautiful
snow crystals fell here. It was the
llrsl snow of the season.
There has been so much unfavora
ble weather, the farmers havont turned
umloi* but very little of the soil
Mr. Myers" quartette, of your city,
came up on the night of the 2~>[)\ ult.,
to the residence of Mr. T. R. Simpson,
and entertained the crowd with some
nice songs. It was a jolly occasion
which all present did enjoy. Mr.
Simpson gavo the quartotto and some
special friends a big supper. Hut, oh!
what a tableful of goodies. And such
eating you very seldom witness. Come
up again, gents.
On Tuesday night before there was
a magic lantern show at the A. II. S.
(Alloino High Schooli building.
i'\ 11. Burton has invented a new
fashioned gate, which WO think needs
a patent. We can't describe it so come
and sec for yourself.
Mrs. Brysou has resigned her charge
of the Veargin Academy at BarksdalO.
What's the matter with Barksdale?
Burnsvillo is all right. Our A. 11.
School has fifty-nine students and
C. L. Owens is rejoicing over the
fact that there is a little voter tit his
Also 11. B. Poolo is a happy man.
It's of the masculine gender.
Married on the 20th ult. .lohn W.
Owings to Miss Knnna Owens. Rev.
Krank Garrott officiating. May their
pathway be strewn with ever bloom
Mr. Hanson Owens, whom we herelo
foro mentioned as being ill, we are
glad to state is improving.
Arthur owous spent the night of the
20th ult. with your correspondent.
Arthur Cox visitod in this section a
few days ago.
Mr. Conway Garrott has mndo a now
garden leaving the cook room door for
the gate. When llnlshod his wife
asked him to plow il upend his reply
was. "How in the d -I will I get my
horse in t here?
We learn with much sorrow of the
death of Mr. H. II. Veargin. lie was
a resilient of our community before
moving to your city and was a faithful
and pious friend to all who knew him.
The bereaved family have our sym
pathy in their sore allliction.
Tile Tanners are preparing for their
crops for the year, nihet y-foiir.
The people of our section are very
busy clearing their land and finishing
sowing their oats.
Visitors are few but will name tho
following: Miss Carrie Knight, of
Bl'OWOl'ton, is visiting her sister at
this placo. Miss Leila Walker visited
relatives at Powdor Springs not long
since. Also Mr. J. LI. Culboi'tsOl) gave
a flying visit over at the quarter last
Sunday. . .
We notice that Junius has somothing
to Bay tind'pi'oposes to give the people
of Haarens county an educational ad
dress and a business COllogO, etc.. but
lie says "it is getting late and he has
talked enough any way. Mr. Junius, I
am afraid it will be very late when WO
have a business college, but we thank
you for your kind wishes. We hope
Slocum G. will learn it all after awhile.
Wo think it would bo quite accepta
ble If some one would make mention of
the condition of the Alliance as there
has been much opposition to it and ef
forts have l)eon made to prevent its
Mr. J. BH11I walked the streets of
Ml. Olive last Sunday. We can guess
where he paid the visit.
Two professional bird hunters were
searching H 'raw fields over in this
section last wook. Thoyaro known as
Mr. .1. l?\ Holt, of BrewortOli and Y. .1.
Gulbertson, of Mt. olive. Coinougain,
boys, we like to hear the echo of your
No Danger of u Salt Famine.
Tho amount of salt in tho sea waters
of the globe, if extracted, would ho greater
in mass than t h? land, so far as it appears
above tho surface. The seas cover per
conl of tho earth's surface, estimated at
0,260,000 (German) square miles. The
percentage of chlornati ium in the sea is
tho same at all depths. Assuming that
the average depth of the sea is a half
(German) mile, thero are then !I,'1U0,000
cubic miles of sea water. A cubic mile of
vea water contains on the average about
K kilograms of salt. Tho ?,'100,000cubic
piles of sea water would therefore con
ain 85,000 cubic miles of distilled puro
?alt.?From the German.
Dutiful l or Once.
Boy?My tooth aches, and mamma said
I should come hero and let you look at it.
Dentist?I see. It must como out.
Won't take but a minute. Now ho a
I bravo little man, and I'll
! Hoy (hastily backing off)?Mamma
didn't say I should let you pull it; sho
only said 1 should lot you look ut it.?
Depravity in m i. I.lfe.
"This coupon," said Old Bullion, en
ergetically trying to clip one from a
government bond With a dull pair of
scissors, "is what might ho called a
tear oil for revenue."?Chicago Trib
No representation of tho fuce of a man
was ove^r stumped on a coin until after
tho deatli of Alexander tho Great, who
was regarded as a divinity.
J. William Stokes has been suggest
ed as a Reform Candidate for Congress
in placo of Brawloy reslgnod.
The Atlanta Constitution, weekly,
and The Advertiser, one year for
one dollar and seventy-live cents.
if?TNow is tho tlmo to-?.
for Malaria, Liv/er Trou
Our siloncc no doubt has scorned to
indicate luck of news, but not so, for
turkey dinners, sociubles, purtios,
hunting, horse-swupping und marrying
have boon going on just tho sumo.*
Mr. Marvin Owings loft to-duy for
WotTord. We wish him (Jod speed in
Iiis manly efforts.
Miss Mary Cob-man, of Hnbhtown,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
among friends and relat ives at Owings.
Miss Sallie Brooks' school ot Dials is
in a Nourishing condition. Tho at
tendance is about fifty now and prob
ably more to come.
Miss Nannie Owings is teaching at
Mrs. Victory Langston and Little
Russell, of your town, spent a few days
with L. Dunk Curry last week.
Mrs. Elizabeth Burton, of Uurns
ville. is with us at this time.
Married on Sunday. .Ian. 21st. at the
residence of the bride's father Mr.
Plumer Curry, Jr., to Mi * Lizzie Sat
erllold, Rov. J, W. Sholl, officiating.
We had the pleasure of being present
at the ceremony and at an excellent
dinner which was served at l:30o'elook.
Mr. Oscar Cannon, of Youngs, has
moved into our midst. We hope he will
like his new home for the people gen
erally think this is the garden spot of
Sout h Carol ina and we s"a\ "amen" to
?A little boy baby at our house ami
don't you forget it," says ('apt. Geoi'go
L. Robertson. We notice that he wears
his hut one-Sfdbir and looks very inde
pendent t hesc days.
There is a great deal of sickness
in our community at present.
Uncle Den Drown is suffering a groat
deal from heart disease.
Mr. Richard Abororoiuble has been
very Biek but is thought to be improv
ing at this writing.
Miss Lee Curry, who has been sick
so long is no better.
We are sorry to hear that Mr. Aaron
(lannon is in ill health.
Nrs. D. D. Harris also has been on
tho sick list, but is Improving.
Mrs. Klla Curry has been very sick
and is not much better now.
A little "sweeper" at A. J. White's.
Billy .1 bnkins.
A tickling sensation of the throat, a
piping voice and a disposition to ex
pectorate freqilOlltly, are the forerun
ners of a dangerous throat allection.
The bronchial*trouble often develops
into consumption, unless checked by
the timely use of Dr. Bull's Cough
Shy bluebird on yon maple spi ny,
My coming causes you surprise.
You cry aloud ami 11 y away
Oil Wlnttstunl glitter as they rise,;
So blue uro they, bo skyey clear,
Unequal >d Miss their beaming 1.rings;
For now i think of Olio most dear,
Whose eyes are l>ri;;h t as bluebird's wings.
From covert groves glides forth a trill
Of wild birds Ringing lustily,
Yet while I list my thoughts will still
Seok her who is most dear to me.
For, oh, bor sni"i and soothing voice
Sounds merrier than tho loaning throng
Of waters when sprint: rills rejoice?
Hi nillsio males llio linnet's song.
Upon a bourgeoned w hito birch broad
A squirrel gambols spry and fleet,
Until, by my rudo spaniel aw ed.
She hlghor mounts on hasty foot;
And as i bo bounds without n fall
From lower limbs o> 11 tubs above
Hor agile motionu well recall
The flakodlgid footfalls of my love.
?Maurice \v. Casey In Uoston Pilot.
All persons holding policies in the
Farniors' Piro Insurance Co. will meet
?t Laurons C. H. on tho 8th of Febru
ary for tho purpose of electing officers
and attending to other important bus
iness. . t
.1. IL VVHA RTON,
I hne Table of P. 11. A W. & S. A. L
Lv Laurens, P R ? W ('. 11 ?">!> A M
Arrive Greenwood, S A L, 2 11 P M
Abbe vi I e, " ?" N I' M
Fd bei ton, " 1 08 P M
" Athons, " 5 os I? M
Atlanta, " 7 45 P M
(10INO NORTH. i
Leave Atlanta, S A L. 7 20 A M
Arrive Athens, " 10 01) A M
" Rlberton, " 11 00 A M
" Abbeville," 12 is P M
'* Greenw'd, " ' 12 40 I' M
" Laurens, 1' R & W C, 3 40 I' H
Train No, 40 on F. R. & \V. C, leav
ing here at 8.10 P. M., makes close con
nection at Greenwood with North bound
Arriving Clinton 11 12 PM
Chester 12 2.! P M
" Monroe i 60 A M
" Southern Pinea i 20 A M
Raleigh 0 30 A M
Richmond 11 46 A M
Washington 3 10 P M
" Baltimore 1 ?t P M
" Philadelphia 7 13 P M
New York. ? 0 06 P M
'ibis train rims"*'solid with Pullman
Buffett Sleeping Oars and Pullman R.uf
felt Parlor Cars between Washington
and New York ; Parlor Car, Woldon and
(). V. Smith, Jno. 0. WlNSl.uu,
Traffic Manager. GenM Man'g.
II. M. P.. Glovkii, J. N. WnioiiT,
n. r. a. s. r. A.
If you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Trustees of all the School Districts
of Laurens County are roquirod to
make Immediate reports to School
Commissioner Of all the children with
in their District botWCCIl six and twen
ty-one years old. Also, names of all
persons liable to poll tax. Promptness
is necessary that the apport ioninent'pf
the school funds may be made in godd
TMOS. .1. I3UCKETT.
s. o. i j. Cl
JAS. F. WXLSQJT,
In oflicc at Honen Path, ?.C,
every day except Friday, when 1
will l>c in office at \Villinniftton,
Nill'OUfl Oxide GrtS and Odoii;
tundci administered lor painless
extraction of teeth.
NOTICE TO crAltlMWNM Etc.
Guardians, Administrators, 'Fxccu
tors and other fiduciaries are hereby
notified 'hat the\ are required by law
to iiiiira; their annual returns to me be
fore ttfio 1st day of MaivH, prox.
AJl such failing to*r?mpW with the
above notice will btf-ruled to show
cause. Jfc/' L^-.
Tho death of Mi-. R. H. Yoargin cast
a gloom over this cojinihnnity. II* lived,
in this section for 25 years "and was
noted for his hospitality and noigbbor
liness and strict uprightness in all his
dealings. May God bless'his family
in thoir distress.
Mr. Wesley Curry died at his homo
n tho upper portion of Groenvillo
/Ounty about throe wooks ago. - Mr.
Cuory was an older brother of the loto
Uriah and Reason Curry, of this
county. Ho was born near Dials .
church, where ho has inany'relatlvos
to mourn his death. Mr. Curry was a '
Christian and died trusting in his Sav
Tho farmors have been sowing.oats
the past week.
Mr. Robert Hollams has tho finest
Held of fall oats in this community.
Mr. J. A. Greer bus gone to Augusta
A little child of Mr. and-Mrs. Ste
phen Taylor, died last Sunday. They
have the svnipathy of the community.?'-I
R, A. J.
As a household remedv it cannot boj
excelled. Mr. L.. E. 'Brockott, 459
Church St. Norfolk, Va., writes: "I
suffered a great deal'from nervous
headache, sore throat, etc., and found
no relief until I tried Salvation Oil. d
now recommend it to my frlonds as a
household'remedy that cannot be sur-'
BBN.I. D. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law.
Laurbns, s. c.
Will practice in Federal and Stato
tS(v Office In Traynham & Dial's now
block. . Fob. t>, '94-ly
Parties wanting Guano and Acid do
lived anywhere in Laurens County, will
save money by seeing or writing
P. D. BOLT,
Alma, S. G.
H&V 1 sell six different brands. ? tf
I have purchased the interests of
Hugh Workman and W. W. Bullock in
the firm of A. C. Dillard & Co. All
persons indebted to me or tho old firm'
are earnestly requested to make pay--,
meet to me at once in order to permit
mo to resume business us early as pos
A. C. DlCLAliD
pjec? Yif tr).
The undersigned, having bought.tlie
ontirc stock of Groceries and-GPenerak
Merchandise of D. P. Goggnnsand will
continuo the business at t he old sj*uub>
on Fast side of Public scpiuro., Hop*':
ing by close attention and fair dealings
to merit a portion of the trado from
BRAMLKTT & SON.
Of Settlement ami Application
for Final Discharge:
Take notice that on the 7th d&y
of March, 1894, I will render a
final account of my acts and ap
ings as Administrator of the estate
ol Sallic Smith, deceased, . in the
office of Judge of Probate Tor *Eau
rens county at 10 o'clock. A>. ,M.,
and on the same day will apply-',for.
a final discharge from my trust as
AU persons having ? demands
against said estate will please pre^
sent them on or before that day,'
proven and authenticated, or/be for
D. C. SMITH, ,
Fob. 5, '94-41 Administrator. ^
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA;
County op Lauhbns,
In Court of Probate.
Whkiieas, Mattie A. Nabors, has
applied to me for JLettcr6 of
Administration, on the estate of
Alexander Nabors,- deceased?
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
8th day of'Feb. at 10 o'clock A.
M., to show cause, if any they can
why letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal
this 22d day of Jan. 1894.
)NO. M. CLARDY,
Jan. 22, '94-2t j.p.l.c.
Arc very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
,bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
HE. B. F. POSEY
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
and people wanting anything
in my line will'do well to call.
I also ear,iya large stock of
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Tobacca,
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet and
Laundry Softy and a hundred
and one other things kept in
a first-class Di ug Store. I keen
of reliable bouses constantly on
hand and, sell them at reasonable
pricey. Yours for mutual benefit,
99a v- taj
on Avant The Advek
tiskk -this year? It
. will;??st you $1.50.
?s SM'-. ..?&? 1 ? ? > :
Don'^/you., want The Weekly
Affiltify>(&pi\stitution too ?
you go^both PAPERS for
This^oiTer is temporary
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ft*IM MI Ii ?>
kturvh (/'anbot Bo Ciprod
itli local applications," As they ean
r r6uoh lue scat of the disease,
tui i ll is u blood or coi/stitutiomil dis
- , mill order to on re it you inint
:,. ;?>..., i .>;'y. "'id nets directly 014
i *?ucous surfaces. Italics
(jitaek 1, tMkine.
one of the best
m 'this country for years,
^^^^BttvgulaT prescripturn. Tt is
beat blood purifiers.
^^HHBgg?tlj?ou thumueous surfaces
?mal ion Ot the two in
v.i:a! prddueuo such won
ftt e?vlL? catai'rh. Send
etonlale free. '
X ? I'. .1. CHKNMY .v CO..
I '1 ops., Toledo, O.
id Vy druggists, price 75e.
I STATE ok^OUTH CAR/
County* ok Laurbn
Probate Court. .
Uuy Nelson, Administratrix
estate ?f F. M. Nelson, de?
against Ktlie MeDanloL, ot al.
Creditors of F. M. Nob
i cased, art) hoTeby notlllod-and
od lo prt'sent and estaxdlsl
chiiins bofore toe' at a Court of
enee to bu hohl by fuo in the
stated ease*In my office ou^ho Ot.
oi February, 18W, at 10 o'clock, >
.* / JOHN M. CLART
? B?st Shoe\jor $1.50 on
earth every pai\ warrant
ed to give satisfaction*
J?or sale by
'I'm-: Laukens CasVi Co.
We're bound.to bleasc,
Just take your case
-ON THAT SCORE.
We'll make to all, jj
Both great and small (<
?-THE SAME PRICE.]
We'll tieui you well,
So you will tell
We'll aim to keep, '4 > ?? j
Top of the heap
?IN OUR LINE. \
Our goods will be,
The best you'll see
Are You With Us?
Davis, Eopor & Co.,
The Peoples' Clothcrs.
Our Spring Goods are
And \vc thank you all for your
kind patronage. If you
) -will stay with us
And save you Money. We also
i found that we're overstocked in
some departments, and in order
to turn these goods into cash
quickly;, we have attached a
ridiculously low price to each ar
;i ? j
Davis, Eoper & Co.
The People's Clothers.
> 1 j|
The Bet Shoe*
for the Leatt Monty
S6, 84 and $3.5Q> Dress Shoe.
$3.60 Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
$2.60, $2 for Workingmon.
$2 and &I.76 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
$3y $2.bO $2, $1.75
CAUTION.?If any denlor
ofl'"M you W. L. Dotlffla'J
Shoo* lit n r<MluC<l jirli-Oy
or ntkft ho has IllOin with
out, iii.i name ? i.."-.i
a thu bottom, pul lilro
ilonii n? a fraud..
W. DOUGLAS Shoes an* fttvlhh, c.i / fitting, und give belter
satisfaction al the prices advertised than any o'thcr n.r,':e. Try one pair and be cbn
vlnccd. Tlfo stamping of W. I?. Douglas' name and price on the bottom, which
guarantees their.value, saves thousands of dollars annually to those; who wear them.
Dealers who push the sale of VV, I.. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to
Increase the sule6 on,thcir full line of goods. They can nffonl to nell ot a lean profit/
ami wo foello** yon wn hat? money by buvln;; your footwear of the dealer mlvc
Use* bolow./Catalog no fr?o upon application. W. i? DOUOI-AH, Brockton, Maas*
or Sale by
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