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L AUAENS, S. 0., Feb. 18, WIM.
AN NO UNOEM ENT.
A number of subscribers to this pa
per who uro in arrears will not receive
the paper after this week. Their
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tho reason that tho expense of sending
them tho paper without pay can be af
forded no longer.
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they desire the paper continued they
may -omo in and pay for the paper one
year in advance, i. e. pay one dollar
and a half for TlIB ADVERTISER for
tho next twelve months and at the
same time give some assurance that
they intend to pay their arrears later
on. Wo prefer that they should givo
their notes for the arrears.
Fob. tab, at w. W. Ball.
ft will be remembered that Mr. J.
W. Kilguard was in correspondence
during lust summer with Senator irby
on the subject of sugar beet culture in
Mr. Kilguurd now proposos to semi a
quantity of Bood to Dr. \\\ C. Irby for
distribution and oxporimonl by the
farmers of this county. Dr. Irby will
soon rocolvo tho seeds and fnrmorswho
are willing to make tho oxporimonl
will apply to him at once. It Is desirable
that from ono-fourth to one-half an
acre bo planted. Mr. Ktlgunrd will
Want samples of the crops and a report
of the product. In case thooxporhnont
should not prove satisfactory the far
mers lose nothing as there is no better
feed crop than the boot. We earnestly
Urge our farmers to see what can bo
done, as it is in the line of crop diver
sity and progross,
In February last the Comptroller
General and the Governor made their
famous onslaught through the sheriffs
for tho collection of taxes against va
rious railroads. Under their instruc
tions our Sheriff McCravy levied and
tied up some half dozen cars of tho I'.
R. iV W. C. railroad company.
The taxes were subsequently paid
und the levy released, tho railroad pay
ing live per cent as commissions to the
Sheriff, under protest. This Sheriff
McCravy claimed under the act of
18S!>. which authorized the levy. Sher
iff McCravy is now sued lor these com
missions amount in^ to throe hundred
and seventy-six dollars. The Sheriff
wrote to his Kxce!leiicy, tho Govornor,
?who answered giving him tho comfort
ing assurance of his "moral support."
The point involved is j: quostloi) of law
and law is law If you know what is the
Wo Ave not to bo Honored.
A few days ago it was announced in
the papers that Col. Jas. H. Morrow
was to pass the next year upon a stock
farm in Laurons county, but from the
following clipped from The State, it
appears that after all he is not to leave
"It has boon learned from tho au
thorities of tho ponltontiary that Col.
James II. Morrow was yostorday put
at work in the weaving department of
the sowing room. Thi. is considored
li^-ht work and, us it is indoors, will
not impair tho health of thovoteran
turfman. There is no prospect of Col.
Morrow being taken away from the
First-class Tailor Shop,
Ml'. 13. R. Clarke, rccontlyof Ander
son, s. c. has opened a Merchant Tail
oring establishment in Laurons up
stairs over Davis, Ropers & Co.s'store
All work in my lino dono reasonably
and at short notice. A line lino of
samples for suitings and trousorings
always on hand. Kntire satisfaction
guaranteed in every instance.
1 respectfully solicit theputronago of
B. li. clarke.
For Sale or Rent.- Col. B. w.
Ball's residence on Hampton Street.
See those beautiful tonqillll cloths at
7ic They are worth lOe. Simmons
(9* High class job printing done at
W. L. Douglas $5.00 shoes for $3.50:
the best $1.00 button shoes in Laurons
at Simmons Bros.
(Jr Subscribe for tho Advertiser
now and get tho election news of next
year for $1 .50.
Tin; first, arrival of our grand UllO of
spring clothing is in. Como to see it.
Remember that for the best inn kos
of shoes wo are headquarters. Zoiglor
Bros., Hay Shoe Co. and Mess can't be
beat. Simmons Bros.
To Rent?Ono sinnll two-room house.
W. YY. Ball.
We have a few beautiful pal terns in
men's $12.50 and$10.00 suits which we
are Closing out at $7.50. Simmons Bros.
We are agonts for Coats" spool cotton.
Try the adjustable Duplex corset if
you want comfort and durability. Sim
Davis, Ropor & Oo.'s Notices.
Down went McGlllty in a very shabby
To cay. into our store, and look the
1? *iins o'er;
Next day ne Struck the boys and girls
with admiration mute,
Dressed in his new suit of clothes
?From Davis, Roper A Co.
Times are close, and wo arc going to
?eil Clothing, Hats and Shoes at a lower
price than ever. Davis, Ropor iV Co.
All shirts wear out, bit! you can gel
sot.ie of the longest winded ones, at low
prices, at Davis, Ropor A: Co.
'"Tis love that makes the worid go
But love of what we do no! say,
Perhaps of the nice clothin? found
By buyers in our slo e to-day.
? Davis, Roper & Co.
Prices talk ! and you need no ear
trumpet to understand them at the Fa
mous Clothing -Store, Davis, Ropor & < fo
Have mercy on your feet and Went
Rood and easy Atting shoes, at lowest
prices. Davis, Roper S: Co.
Whene'er you sec a gentleman
With perfect* fitting shirl and collar,
And dressed noon the neatest plan,
Why, you can bet your bottom dol
That the man patronises
I htvis, Roper <& Co.
Wo menu to lead the proces ion on
low prices in Clothing, Hats and shoes,
(live us a look. Davis, Roper <(? Co.
Honest g->od? at honest prices at
DAVIS, ROPER vv CO.,
The People's Clothiers.
Salvation Oil is rapidly superseding
all high priced liniments. It has been
tested for some time past in all localh
ties ami its results have been riipid
.'iiui satismei ory. it is generally con
?'od to be t he, greatest ouro on/earth
A Few "Words In Iiort Myllnblcss
of n Mostly Personal
Mr. and Mrs. S..). Simpson, of Spar*
tanburgi were in town last Wednesday.
Mrs. Lint Fleming has returned from
a visit to her mother at Due West.
Mr. Willie !k>\ven, of Augustu, vis
ited relatives here on Sunday.
Miss Rosa Hart, of Cokesbury, is vis
iting her sister Mrs. Rtohoy.
Miss Minnie Rahb has gone to Char
leston to attend school.
Hampton Hunter, of Ora, left for
Cl?mson "ollegc on Monday.
Mr. 15. M. North, Solloiting agent of
the P. Li. & W. 0. R. R. was registered
at the Bondella on Thursday.
Mr. N. F. Walker, of Spartanburg,
paid Luurons a short visit a few days
Mr. L. W. Boyd, Superintendent of
trains for the P. R. & W. C. R. R.
came up to lautren? on a visit to his
mother last week.
Mr. 15. R, Clark, of Anderson, has
opened a Merchant's Tailoring estab
lishing ovc" Davis, Roper & Co*s Cloth
Mrs. M. I Totltl and Master Sam
Todd loft on Monday for Charleston
where the latter will enter school at
Dr. Porter's Academy.
Dr. .). I'. Simpson and family return
ed last week from 11 delightful sojourn
of several weeks in Jacksonville,
A Meteor of wonderful size has re
cently been seen in South Carolina. Is
that dlsponsary brand so very bad?
Augusta ISvontng News.
It is claimed that there is a man in
Indiana who has not slept for seven
weeks. He would make a good dlspon
sary spy.?Augusta Evening News.
Those interested will remember that
Court convenes here next Monday at
ton A. M. It is probable that the crim
inal business will consume the grouter
part of the first week. The term lasts
Miss Betsy Sprouco, an aged lady liv
ing near I.aureus died on Friday night
last. She was well known to many of
our townspeople und her death is much
Mr. .1. T. Harris bus returned from
Florida, after visiting the pleasant
winter resorts in the land of liowers.
Ho has been prospecting with the view
of introducing his fatuous llthta water
into that Kldorado region.
Mr. .lohn v. Garllngton has gone to
Spartanburg to take charge of the edi
torial columns of the Daily Herald du
ring the temporary absonce of its edi
tor. Mr. J. C. Gurltngton.
The Cosmopolitan for February In
troduces a famous Kuropoan author to
its readers -Vahles of Madrid, and the
artist Marold, of Paris, well known as
a Froneh illustrator.
Fire in the warehouse of ISnoroc
Cotton Factory destroyed ordamagod
500 balos of cotton o:i Monday last.
The houso had in store several thous
and balos. Insurance will cover the
We clip the following from I ho Jack
sonville Metropolis, which speaks for
",J. T. Harris, of the famous Harris
Lithla Springs, S. C, lb In tho city In
t lie interest of this noted water. Mr.
Harris has made arrangements with
tho druggists of this city to handle tho
water. We call the attention of the
citizens of Jacksonville to tho analysis
of the water, which proves it to bo su
perior to all other water known."
Ulldor tho title Of "My American
F.xporlonoos," the now Prosldonl of
Switzerland. M. Bmll Frey, contrib
utes to the February number of the
North American Review some Inter
esting rominlsconces of his early lifo
in this country, including his experi
ences during tho war and his subse
quent diplomatic career in Washing
ton us llrsl Minister from Switzerland
to tho United Statos,
The lainrens Cash Company.
Men's Pino shoes that sohl for $.'1.50
and $3.00 wo are closing out at $l.f>0
and $1.7?. If you need as nice Dress
Shoe come at once and got your size.
The I.aureus Cash Co.
A lot of lino shoes for dad los that
sohl for $3.00 and .'!.?">?> we are closing
out at $1.50 for spot cash.
The Lattrons Cash Co.
The largest Stock Of shoes and lowest
The Lattrons Cash Co.
Beautiful linool Spring Calicos, fast
colors, only ."> cents.
The Lattrons Cash Co.
See our line of nice wool Dress Goods,
('.."> cents Dress Goods reduced 1o 15 cts.
15 cents Dross Goods reduced to '2~> cts.
Come to S00 us, WO will oiler you some
The Laurehs Cash (!o.
At tho Fobruary mooting of the
King's Daughters of Laurons, S. c..
the following Resolutions were adopt
W II kuf.as. Got! in His allwlso prov
idence has again seen lit, to permit the
Angel of death to eider our Circle ami
remove from our midst to the "House
of Many Mansions" our beloved si .tri
am! co-worker, Muggio Boyd Todd.
Resolved. 1st. That wo acknowledge
the sovereignty and how to the will of
God in this great bereavement, know
ing thai Ho dooth all things well, and
that what Is dark and mystorious now
will bo made clear here after.
Jd. That our Circle has sustained a
great loss In being thus bereft of our
beloved associate, whose heart and la
bors were ever devoted to the service
of our King.
ltd. That WO sol apart a page in our
minutes as a token of our high rogard
and appreciation of her unselfish de
votion to thi' interests of our Circle,
and extend to the bereaved family our
deepest sympathy commending them
in Him WIIOSO mercy is ??from everlast
ing to everlasting.
lib. That a copy of those resolutions
be sent to tho husband and paronts, und
a copy to the city papers for publica
11 \ tt Ii, Jon los,
Wii.l.n; I 'MM.SDN.
Why Mood's Wins.
Prosldonl Lincoln said, "You cannol
fool the people a socond time." Thoy
are too quick to recognize real merit
or lack of it, and cling only 10 those
things which they Ibid to be what is
claimed for them.
it is especially gratifying that the
sah- of Hood's Sarsaparllla Increases
most rapidly in those sections where ll
is best know n.
The inference is plain. Hood'.-' Sar
saparilla has proven that it posscssos
gonuino morit. it maintains a high
standard which othorscannot even ap
proach. It is the people's favorite
blood-purifying and building up medi
cine, and is more popul?r this year
than ever before. All this because
To lIk.Nr. >Ono oi the. handsomest
store rooms in b.um i h with large buao*
inout and freight tduvator.
Clinton can't )>e downed. She is to
huvo a mugnifieent now hotel on tho
corner of Main and Broad streets, di
rectly opposite the G. O. & N. depot.
The material fo? its construction is
being rapidly put on tho grounds by
Mr. Jno. Young. The wooden build
ings on tin: lot aiv being torn down
Mr. R. S. Craig has decided to move
Iiis family to this place from Bruns
wick. Ga. lie will occupy the Nash
house on Centennial street.
Owing to tho recent reduction in li
cense, the J. W. Copeland Co. have
taken out llcensi to sell "shooting
irons" and cartridges.
Bngineor Graham, who resides here,
received a cut on tho head by falling
from his engine a few days ago.
MtssGodbolt, of Marion. S. C, is
visiting R. 11. McCrary.
Mrs. Belle Harris. \. A. Green, Sue
1 .cake and Miss Km I cake will leave
for Florida this week, to spend about
six wcoksgathering "orango blossoms"
presumably for Miss Km. ,
The Dramatic Club of the cOllogol
will give an entertainment in the Sem
inary. Friday night tho loth. A rare
t real is promised to all who attend.
Tho funds will go to tho litorary soci
Mr. M. William.- has moved into Mr.
.lot Owings' house nl Musgrovo.
Mr. A. R. Fowlor has accepted a po
sition as book-keeper for the little City
1 kink. Atlanta. (?&.
still tin- college roll Increases.
About a dozen "mts" have been ma
triculatcd since our last appoarailCO.
Mr. I). D. Little spent the past week
Little shows uro Of right frequent
occurrence in our town.
A series of sorvieos have boon con
ducted at. the Methodist church since
lasl Sabbath by ?0V. W. I. Herbert.
At. a regulur mooting of Clinton
Lodge, No. 48, Independent Order of
Good Templars-last Monday night the
following o.Heers were duly installed
to serve for the next term of three
Chief Tomplar, \Y. s. Glenn; Vice
Templar. Miss Maggie Fostor; Chap
lain. .1. C. Scott: Secretary. S. I. Saxon:
Financial Secretary. .1. I''.. Curtis:
Treasurer. Miss Adda Wright: Mar
shal. II. L. Young: Deputy Marshal.
Miss Anna Boozor: Inside Guard, W.
W. Kdge: Outside Guard, Willie Grif
Mr. II. .1. Hlxon lost a very line
mule last week- from lock-jaw. caused
by licking a nail in its foot.
The following yeung men of our col
lego arc attending the Y. M. C. A.
convention at Sumter as dologatos
from this place: R. I'. Walker, K.
McCasklll and T. Jacobs.
Mrs. Hell ami Miss Lizzie Huh' re
turned a few days ago from Newberry.
M r. O. O. Coin land has gone into the
feather renovating business with .1. M.
Mr. .1. \V. Baiiuom, of Bcnnettsvillo,
S. ('.. has opened a large-lock of goods
in the store room under the Prosbyto
rinn I 'ub. Co.'s oillco.
Well. Hro. .lack. !>?? I) >wney is back
from New York, ami has relieved us of
our charges. We are glad to say thai
our treatment proved very successful.
Call on us If you have a ??fair" subject
< apt. c. K. Ilale u in the marble
business with Mr. Smith.
W. T. VllllCO ;s town clerk now. vice
t'apt. C. K. 1 talo, rosignod. <'<.
To day (Saturday) is warm and
springlike Our farmers have gone to
work with renewed hope and vigor.
Our merchants nay trado is pretty
fair. A vory large portion of it bolng
a credit business, as money is very
Mr. .1. M. Lowe lost a vory due young'
llOl'SOyestordnj from the disease known
a.s tho "blind stagger-." supposed to
have been caused from feeding UllSOUnd
corn. Much of tho corn was damaged
last year by the frequent storms and
We are glad to see Mr. T. Ii. Harris
oui again and able to attend to his du
ties as I 'ost Master.
Our young friend .1. l . Corloy is the
happy man. Its a eleven pounder and
Waterloo has two full Hedged candi
dates. Col. .I. H. Wharton for Congress
and Mr. A. 12. Nance for Tronsiiroi'.
These gcntloinon havo the entire con
lidonco of thoir neighbors, are
thoroughly competent, and if elected
would iill the positions to which th y
aspire with credit to thoinsolvos and
honor to their county and state. Til \
are iioth Beformors, or advocates of
the principles of the Farmers' Move
ment. i>ut neit her are hot headed ex
tremists. Col. Wharton has largo
farming interests and certainly has ih,.
filterest of all fanners at heart, fie
is kllOW by Ills neighbors as the poor
man's friend,and is ever ready to help
tho poor and needy. Bis many acts of
charity are known far and wide, lie
is the leading spirit in the church,
school and all other public un?f'prisc
in his community. He i- all aWumi a
good and useful man. He can heal tie
inventor of electioneering. lb- has
never been defeated for any oilloO to
which he has aspired, and tho man who
bents him in the race for congress will
have to get up before daylight and
We had the pleasure of looking OVOr
BoV. G. S. Baughorty'8 line religion ,
library a lew day- ago. Rov. Mr.
DtlUghorty is a very hard ami close
student, lie rise- very early to study.
Col. Wharton says he is the only limit
in Waterloo who can boat him us an
Married at tllO residence of Dr. L.
M. Henderson on the 20th, lilt., by Uov.
G. S. Daugherty. Miss Gussio liondor
son aild Mi. .1. W. Leech, of York
County. This marriage was quite ro
mantic and kopt in secrecy for some
time, otherwise it would have boon no
ticed earlier. The marriage took place
very early in the morning and Mr.
Leech Immediately left for his homo in
York County where he remained more
than a week. This is the sensation, or
onigma that puzzles tllO male popula
tion of this quiet little town. There
was no object ion to the union by the
parents of the brido. Miss Gussio is a
beautiful woman and lovely bride. Me.
Leech has won tin- prize and on his
lll'Sl visit to Waterloo stolen one of her
brightest jewels. ? We congratulate
him, and wish them both a long life
and much liappillOSS.
$10(1 Howard. Sioo.
The reader-- of tills paper will be
plca-ed lo learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that sclonco has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hair- Catarrh Cure
Is tho only positive cure known to tho
medical fraternity. Catarrh bolng a
constitutional disease requires a con
st it ut loiinl 1 real nie ii\. I lull's < alarrh
Cure i-- taken internally, acting di
rectly on the blood and mucous stir*
fucosof th. systom. thereby destroying
tin foundation of tho disoase, nnd giv
ing the patient strength by building up
the constitution and assisting nature
In doing Its work. The proprietor-,
j have BO much faith in it. curative
I power-., that they offoi' One Hundred
Dollars for any caso thai i1 falls to
CUt'O. Send for list of testimonials.
Address. F. J. CHUNKY & i
Toledo. < ).
i ,? Sold by Druggists, 76c*.
Notice, Exoeutive Committee!
The Lnnrons County Domporntio Kx*
eculivo Committeo is reqaosted lo meet
at I ?aureus Con r I House on Monda ? h
lOlli In ilnnt, id 11 n'?W V.M. There
wiil lie special hu? im ss of import mcc to
tri.mutet, .01 I ;.. i :,: ..tea hwicti I a hi
Biied. t, IV Smiih,
Brewarton, S.C., County Uhrm'i .
The nuptials of Miss Bettio Blukely
and M>\ VV. J. Fleming, wore solemn
ized In the parlor of the bride's father
Mr. Iv Blako'y, this evening at about
seven o'clock, Feb. 7th amid surround*
bigs that reminded one of a scene from
Arabian Nights. Tho rooms were dee
orated elaborately and in exquisite
taste. Those who wore bidden to the
ceremony formed a small and select
circle of the personal friends and rela
tives Of the bride and groom. Rev. II.
I?. Blakely, brotho?- of the bride, spoke
tin1 words that made them man and
wife, after which prayer was offered
by Rev. I). F. Haddon.
Seldom has then- been a wedding in
t'nis community under more propitious
or auspicious circumstances, uniting as
i'. dOOS youth, beauty, wealth, religion
and two of our lirst families. The
bride is an oxponout of all that is pure
and beautiful in glorious young woman
hood, und her native gracos of heart,
intellect and person are tho admiration
of her many friends. She looked as
levels as an houri dressed in hand
some gray with becoming trimmings,
etc. The groom is a handsome young
man, who is fast winning fame ami
fortune and is to be congratulated on
winning so lovely a young lady. Alter
the ceremony an elegant repast was
served to the company, after which tho
happy couple went to the groom's lovely
home. May thoy Und no shadows drift
ing over what now seem- a bright
Rev. I-;. I'. MeCllntoek, who is so
popular here, tilled the A. R. I', pulpit
last Sabbath. It is seldom our privi
lege to hear u sermon, which comes so
near to each one of a congregation.
Miss Lldlo Thompson, who has so
uecossfully taught, the Warrior Crook
School, will close her term soon. She
Ills wholly enthused into her work,
und very lunch devoted to friends
whose co-operation has greatly aided
Mrs. John Ii. i; Hin. of Due West, is
now visiting Mr. .1. 15. McClintock.
The latter now seems to have been
transported Jo regions of immaculate
Mr. Henry Mo?lll and family have
moved from this plac< to their planta
tion two miles out.
Ora needs a boarding house.
Rov. 11. 15. Blakoly, of Laneastor
and Mr. Samuel Fleming and family
Of Ct'OSS Hill, are here for tllO wedding.
Miss Alice Hryson recently returned
from an extended visit to different por
tions or Flu. Mis- Hella Hryson will
return later in the Spring.
Miss MoUlo Hunter boards with Mr.
Win Hunter and goes to the school at
Central, so ably taught by Miss Mat
isses FJltt Putnam and Amanda
Uarrott, of Ora, arc visiting their
undo, Mr. S. B. Garrott, in Birming
Tho health of Miss Nannie McClln
lock. Sr.. is said to be much improved
since tl.e treatment of Dr. Leo.
Mis. ,\. Y. Thompson has quite re
covered from her recent severe spell
I.umber is now bolllg laid down at
the coinotory hore, preparatory to put
ting up the wire fence.
Mrs. Sallio Richardson is here on a
visit, to relatives.
Misses Carrie McClintock and I'.liza
Hryson visited Miss Li'/./.io Craig yes
Mr. Alex McCarlex and Prof. R. II.
Hr\ son, of Bai'ksdahf, visited here yes:
Cross Hill Notes.
Spring seems to be on the way. and
farmers are getting ready lor the years
work, From the indications at this
point it i;. likely there w ill be more
Fertilizers used this- year than ovor bo
foi, . The result of the farmers move
ment seems to he to sell all the cotton
seed ami buy fertilizers, ami thereby
to fostor tho cotton sued oil and ferti
lizer monopoly, The crusade on mono])
dies in this slate has not yet crushed
out those monsters that are crushing
tho lifo OUt Of the people. More hog
and hominy and more economy, and
the farm made self sustaining is the
course to bo pursued by our people in
order to rotten the ?oa1 and be Inde
pendent. Kill out credit and lol cash
reign supreme, then the people will
ItUVO money, peace and happiness.
Merry rings the marriage Bolls! On
tho evening of tho (1th hist., at tho ros
Idenco of Mr. John llollingsworth, by
Rov. T. A. Campbell. Mr. c. W. Chap
man and Mis, l.ihi ITolllngSWOI'th wore
united in the silken bonds of matri
mony, and two souls made happy. This
was the most notable wedding that
has occurred In luis community for
some years, lidgoliold, Abbeville and
Laarons wore represented among tho
at tuudauts, and seldom has a more beau
tiful company of young ladies ami a
more hands.e and gallant company
of young inen been gathered together.
Tho dinner at Mr.-lohn R. Chapman's
on the day after the wedding was a
most elegant affair and all seemed to
enjoy it to tllO "full." We extend to
the happy COltph our most hearly
wishes for their happiness.
I liberty Springs I 'rosbytoriau t Ihurch
has secured the services of ROV. Foi'dl
liand Jacobs of Clinton for the present
your, which is a very fortunate solootlon
and will please Pastor and people.
< hit* town isa popular place for drum
mers and agents. I'.very train unloads
a number of them and all claim lobe
Cross Hill Is a live town and our
merchants know how to do business.
The sick |Hjrsons of tho community
are all pfotl inj? well.
Mr R, c. Crisp who has boon absent,
engaged ill business in Spartanburg. till
the past Winter has come back home.
Robor! Gillium, of Greonwood, has
moved into our community. We wel
Farmers, as usual, are up with the
season. We can si c new marked off
Holds forking COtloil. We are going to
plant the usual lull crop of cotton. My
plan is to planl plenty of corn and ocas
and |M)tati. we then plant the balance
in cotton which makes out (he full
crop. I think t in' farmers aro In hot
ter condition In this community than
they have been since the war.
Our good ladies are preparing to gar
Pedell trees will soon be in bloom
ii tho weather illnuos to bo warm.
Health of I community is good
since the gl'lpp .t.
Mr. Hudson Oh lllgs is very low. t?0
had a slroko of parylasls about three
wcoks ago, Ho has not spokon since.
Then.ems lo be no chalice of Ids re
Tin- Highland Home School is still
?row iie:. We have one of the best
schools in tbo county. Rov. .I.B, I 'arrol t
and Ackc tit till arc verv line touchers.
SVe also have Miss Mary Garrott, of
your city, who is leaching music and
elocution. She has proved lo bo a
very lino teacher, if any onowants to
save money In educal lug t heir children
Highland Hornels the place lo sond
them. ?('heap board and good teaching,
this is a IIin country nod community.
Hood's ami < >f11y Hood's.
Mood's Sarsaparllla Ii carefully pre
pared front Sarsaparllla, Dandelion.
Mandrake. Dock, Plpslss?WO, Juniper
berries and oilier well known reme
dies, by a peculiar combination, pro
portion ami process, 'jiving to Hood's
Hursaparlllll curative powers not pos
tossed by other medicines. It offoots
remarkable euros when other propa*
rat Ions fail.
Hood's Pills CUI'O biliousness.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion & Debility
Mr. John Daniel made a Hying visit
to tho Mountain City last week.
The school at this place in in a pleas
ing condition under tho management
of Mr. Presley.
Mr. Ii. L. Owing* got his foot badly
entrust week with an axe.
Jones Culbertson, who hus been quito
sick, we are glad to say is bettor.
Mr. J. A. Smith gave a sociable last
Friday night. All report a good time.
Mr. Glenn Kuller and wife wore at
Dr. J. R. Smith's last Sunday.
f. A. Martin proaehod at Mt. Olive
last Sunday, the 1th isnt.
Nothing so good for affections of the
throat ana chest. Miss J. G, Newman,
Buffalo, N. V., writes: "Wo think there
is nothing so valuable for coughs and
hoarseness as Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Have used it in our family for the last
live years, und would not like to be
If I could call you back for one brlof hour,
it is at OVOU-ftong tli.u hour should bo.
When bei la r.vo ohlmiug from an old gray tower
Across the tranquil sea.
Ju?t when tho fields are sweet and coi>l with
Just when tho last gold lingers i? tho west,
Would I recall you lo tho world you knew
lleforo you wont to rest.
And where tho blurry Jasmine hides the wall
Wo two would stand together oneo attain.
I know your patloitce?1 would tell you ull
My tulcof love and pain.
And you would listen, witli your tender smila,
Tracing the lines upon my tearworn face.
And finding, even for a little while,
Our earth a weary place.
Only (Min little hour. And then once more
Tho bitter word, farewell, beset with foara
And all my pathway darkened, as beforo.
With shades of lonely years.
Kar better, dear, that you, unfelt, unseen,
Should hovor near mo In the quiet air
And draw iny spirit through this mortal screen
Your higher lifo to share.
1 would not call you back, and yet?ah, inel?
Faith Is bo weak and human love so strong
That bweet it seems tothiuk of what inighfbo
This hour at even-song.
?New York Ledger.
There is a ripe side to tho orunue as
well as to tho peach. Tho stem half of
the- orango is usually not ho sweet and
juicy hs the other hulf, not beeuus" it re
ceives less sunshine, but possibly be
cause the juice gravitates to tho lower
half, as tho orango commonly hangs be
low its stem.
Partlos wanting Guano and Acid de
lived anywher<; in Laurons County will
save money by scoing or writing
K. D. BOLT.
Alma, S. C.
r&V I sell six dlfforent brands. tf
House and Lot for Sale.
I will sell to the highest bidder on
Balesday in March. 1894, it being the
0th day of tho month, at the usual
hour of salos, my Dwelling House and
Lot at Ora, S. C. House has 7 rooms ?
finished in ode ami out. Out house ami
stables on the premises, also, a well of
Parties desiring to inspect the prop
erty can do so by calling on Mr. W. I.
Blakoly, at Ora.' S. c.
Will sell privately boforo said Sales
day if satisfactory oiler is made to J.
<).c. Fleming, Laurons, S. C.
Terms -Cash, Purchasor to pay for
s. F. BLAK ELY.
Fob. l_. ism tf.
STATE OF .SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Laubbns,
Linder a power of sale contained in a
Mortgage made by A. L. Halentino to
Agnew & Mattison on Fobruary 27th,
1880, duly recorded in Hook No. 7.
I'age 544, R. M. C. Olllco, for said
County, and also under power of sale
contained in a mort, ge from A. L.
Balontino to I lew let Sullivan, dated
Mandi 10th, iss.t. which was recorded
in R. M. C. Otllce for said County, in
Hook No. 8. PagO 001. Said mortgages
and the notes secured by them having
been duly assigned tome.
I will sell at public auction, before
the Court House, in Lanrcns. S. C, on
Monday, the ?th day of March. 1804, at
12 in., for cash, all that t ract of kind,
bounded by lands of G. W. Davis, A.
Hull', J. H. Allen and Salnda River,
containing One Hundred and Sixty-live
(Iu7>) Acres, more or less. Default hav
ing been made in the payment of the
mortgage debts, said sale is for pur
pose of foreclosing the Mortgages.
B. M. MCGEK,
Feb. Ii'. 1804 .it.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Laurbns.
In Court ok Probate.
Wiik.uk as, M. F. Yoargin has ap
plied to me for Lottors of Adminis
tration, on the estate of Robert II.
These an- therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular tho kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear before me at a Court
of Probate t<> he hohlen at. my
olllco at Laurons, s. C, on the
27tli day of February, 1804, at 10
o'clock A. M., to show cause, if any
they can, why letter should not be
(liven under mv hand and seal this
loth day of Fob. 1804.
JNO. M. OL ARD Y,
Feb. 10, '04--2t J. P. L< C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County ok Laurbns.
Court ok Common PLBA8.
R. S. McCaughrin, PlaintitT, against
Dolly M. Crawford, Defendant.
Pursuant to judgment of foreclo
sure and stile in the above stated
case 1 will sell at public outcry, at
Lumens Court House, S. O, on
Snlcsday in March, next, during
the legal hours lor such sales, the
following described ptopcrty, to
All that tract or parcel of hind,
lying, l>c'm<( and situate in the
county and Slate aforesaid, con
taining Six Hundred and Sixty
seven (f?f>7) Acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Dolly M.
Crawford, lands now, or formerly,
owned by Judge J. J. Norton, and
Terms: One half cash, balance
on credit of twelve months with In
terest on the credit portion from
the day of sale. Credit portion to
lie seemed by (he bond of the pur
chaser and ti mortgage of the prem
ises, with leave to the purchaser to
pay his entire bid in cash. If pur
chaser fails to comply with terms
of Sale property tobe resold on the
same or some subsequent salcsdny
at his li>,k. I'u:chaser to pay for
1 11. WHARTON,
Feb. io, ijj.?4t C>jC> C 1*.
Don't you want The Adver
tiser this year? It
will cost you $1.50.
Don't you want The Weekly
Atlanta Constitution too?
Send The Advertiser
and you get both PAPERS for
0t$ ~ This offer is temporary
I I have purchased the interosts of
Hugh Workman and W. W. Bullock In
the firm of A. C. Dillard & Co. All
persona Indebted to me or tho old Arm
are earnestly requested to make pay
ment to mo at once in order to permit
me to resume business as ourly as i>os
A. C. Dillakd
l^eo) Fir it).
The undersigned having bought the
entire stock of Groceries and General
Merchandise of D. P. Goggans und will
continue tho business at tue old stund,
on Fast side of Public square. Hop
ing by eloso attention und fair dealings
to merit a portion of tho trade from
. BRAMLKTT & SON.
8TATE OF SOUTH CAJ
County o*' Laur*
In Court of Proba
Whurbas, Mattie A. Na
applied to me for Lc
Administration, on the e
Alexander Nabors, deceas
These -are therefore to
admonish all and singular
tired and creditors of said ?
to be and appear before
Court of Probate to be in
my office at Laurens, S. C,
Sib day of Feb. at 10 o'clo)
M., to show cause, if any thd,
why letters should not be gra)
Given under my band an?
this 2zd day of Jan. 1S9.J.
JNO. M. CLARDM
Jan. 22,'94-21 j.p. l.
$1.50 " ^
Host Shoe lor $ i .50 on <
earth every pair warrant
ed to give satisfaction. %|j ?
Lor sale by 1 . \ '
The Laurens Cash Co. ..._.! :^3&-*
We're bound to blcase, X
Just take your case t
?OX THAT SCORE.]
We'll make tu all.
lioth great and small ?
?THE SAME PRICE.]
We'll treat you well,
So you will tell J
?YOUR NEIGHBOR, jj
We'll aim to keep,
Top of the heap
?IN OUR LINE.
Our goods will be,
The best you'll sec
Are You With Us?
Davis, Ropes &. Go.
The Peoples' Clothcrs.
Our Spring Goods are
? arriving daily
Anil \vc thank you all lor your
lei ml patronage. If you
will stay with us
Ami save you Money. We also
i found tli.u we're overstocked in
, some depattinonts, and in order
lo turn these goods into cash
quickly, wc have .attached a
ridiculously low price to each ar
GIoLbing, Sh?&s, Hats
Davis, Roper & Co,
" ' 0-' '
86, $4 and $3.50 ?>re?l- Shoe,
83.60 iPoiieo *inoc, 3 Solos.
32?00, for Workirigmoit.
$2 and Stc75 for Roys.
LADIES AND MISSES.
33, $2.00 82, $1.70
CAUTION. If any denier
'?, ? . ;.<ni V/. I.. l)oii;.-lun
Hhoer a'- f? reduced prlc?i
i.i Mt>? Ii? Iiaii i horn wit If
out tii'i nitma 8ti>ni|ii'(l
OB III I l>Ol I mil, pul III in
(loWII HH It fi'HUtJ.
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes arc stylish, im y fitting, ami plvc bettor
satisfaction nt the prices advertised tbnn any other make. Try one pair nnd be or
vlnccd. Tho stamping of NV. L, Dotigla ' name nnd price <>:? the bottom, w'
guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollars Annually to those \slio wear tl
Dealers who push tho sale of \V. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which hel|
Increase the s?^? <>n their full line of goods, 'eti'-y can nWord t?> soli -.i :? l?ss pi
Bint WA/^l'*e,2 ?vo" Crt" xnouey iiy baying nil your footwear <>f ti>?> ilMilgr ????
tided I ?l?w. ?ati?l?uuo free upon npplleWtlon. Wi 'L. DOUOl?ASi Brooktdn, Mjus
?i- 0 Z"<*
IJo/Saleby TUE LAU RENS CASH COM *