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Pries?1? Montbw, SI.00.
HUB IN ADVANCE.
per H'juaro, one Inser
jh subsequent iusertion,
jn made for large Ad
ie 1?, 1894.
fglo for a con
[?kets for south
Rlucts. After a
1802 tho Dcmo
vlctory thut ought
in enfranchising tho
Kith and West. But
fisuppolntod. Tho pros
rill glvo us no roliof.
Jt will bocomo a law is
[lo makeshift and blinks
rd McKinley ism. It turns
rto' tho Protectionists
[t makes us slaves of the
>thor gonoration. As
loplo and producers
(iff admitting to our
jets of foreign coun
ropen to us tho mnr
10. But within tho last
^hets havo arisen among
thor spoclllc8. After a
fers who found specifics
laud who said tho tariff
>ublo. Tho attention of
-beon attractod by Gov
in and others to causes
[te as a mustard seed to a
i tho causo of tho mighty
Piloting tho South- and
romergoncy tho Congress
tho pooplo havo flagrantly
Holr trust, llowovor Clove
go stood by tho gold bugs
question sho has been us
noodlo to tiio polo, on tho
ation, tho tariff. It is
bat tho United States Senato
ruptly dealt with; a eom
Infamy and calling witnesses
loir own innocence. Havc
^sldont of tho Sugar Trust a>
lairo corporation, called as
?eats tho Senate about as a
tted his slaves. Thoy do
.hoy have beon chook by
(!ho Monopolists and drink
ohampagne. Ilill of Now
8 Havomoycr, and Southorn
>lal an t. about such platitudes
Hits to all and special prlv
lo have been kissing Hill.
i .ami particularly Scna
fiold tho birthright of their
)ieally won In 1892. So it
deserve it all. A plague
griso men. Joseph Surface
joth tongued rascal
['the good and tho true and
I ami lVioiiu? . Um v~C\7l?
rporte to tho world and En
ptrial protlucts found the
(ipen arms to tako them.
communistic, and false
[wlings by Southorn politi
havo been the ruin of
Mi T. Johnson, Esq., can
bhgress for this district re
*,<m Friday last from a tour
mnty in tho interest of
Jckwoti" was tho
Udnto to Capt. Shell, tho
S>er,, two yoars ago and
Hill tho circumstances a rc
Jn. No man In tho district
lipped upon tho issues in
feso times and if merit, in
Ku* all around fitness fit a
ition, Johnson is tho man
I this district and moot the
md demands of the people
Dontativo in tho Lower
jfo nation's Congross.
[>algn in gallant Soutb Car
Bpen with unoxamplc bril
yorkvlllo on tho 19th lust.
like tho youth of all lands,
pally Indulgo ''Groat cx
Tho heroes of tho com
js aro bosses of the first
[rulo born ringstcrs, trained
who have long since
|r maiden swords. Tho fur
Whole country may expect
abundanco of good fun.
four oars, and await develop
lovelopment of tho lndivid
^Kh strongly omphasized by
?Rmt orutionists. Tho theme
pavo como home liko a living
inithorn thinkers and obser
havo all heard of "coat
?ging." Outside of political
nitrons men aro as indepen*
tiy population on tho globe,
rry it into politics and every
|rt his Individuality and cntiro
jhiounccd that a meeting of
p, representing a thousnnd
bu~hold~in Now York this
Ironsider tho development of
h's resources. Now, if tho
its on a big boom liko this,
Lome lawyer disguised as a
don't side-track our little
ush her past Fort Sumptcr
Flier high and dry on a Florida
'i as a llttlo prlvato speculation
(^"-"-jNIoWhorter, in Georgia,
f nd is a candidato for Congress.
\& Itefawm In Georgia, where
salary is only ?2,500. A
South Carolina servings liko
th to his salary $:i,500, and
Congress all tho samo. It
[boss Corollnlan to "do tho
|ht weight (100 lbs) contest
ftnplonshlp was decided at
is on tho 14th Inst. in favor
IjfflBOrs against Jack Levy,
linutos settled it. It
immer in this Stato to
finnshlp between tho
8tat? Gone into Farce.
Tho court of inquiry into the Stato
Militia in tho Darlington business. In
dlctments by tho Grand Jury at Dar
ling ton for tho murder of citizens in
the Darlington war.
* * *
Tho prohibitionists aro all allvo.
Tho Executivo Commltteo of that or
ganization havo applied thoir yard
stick and domandod of tho candidates
for Govornor If they will support and
enforce the requirements of their plat
form. Candidate Sampson Popo alono
has anseworcd and ho Is skeptical as
to prohibition prohibiting aud his spe
cific Is tho Dispensary first and high
license as a last resort.
Tillman and Butler aro oxpected to
sot tho pace at Bock Hill on tho 18th
Instant. Tho point is well chosen as
tlio Govornor is at homo in tho busi
ness of "throwing rocks." Butler Is
used to shelling and has stood a good
doal of cold stool.
* * *
Governor Tillman's crusade in South
Carolina has probably brought ono
good result: the massos aro thinking
for themselves; in this year of Graco
18t)4 thoy will judge men by their worth
and fitness for public position and vote
* * *
In all thoso indictments at Darling
ton, lot tho Solicitor consent to a ver
dict of "Not Guilty" signed by tho
foreman in his placo and havo done
with the farcical business.
Charleston is now a party to what
thoy call tho "rate war" In that local
ity. She has been sulllciontly be-ruted
for tho last four years tofiavo abstained
from that sort of thing.
* * *
"Tho sun do move." Senator Chand
ler, of Now Hampshire, makes a great
speech eulogizing tho South and her
industrial progross and possibilities.
Tillman or not Tillman is question
one; Dispensary or no dispensary is
question two. Now seo how goes the
Now if all tho lawyers join tho He
formers, what will bocomo of tho poor
farmers. Just think of tho danger,
*? * *
Col. John Sam Vernor, lawyer of
Columbia, lato Hingstor, and ex- Comp
troller of this State, has formally join
ed tho Reform party.
It look very much like Atkinson in
stead of Hvans, tho old soldier, for
Governor of Georgia.
* * *
At Hong Kong, China, they are suf
fering from tho "plague." Wo aro
suffering from a dozen.
* * *
At Rock Hill yesterday our political
picnickers ontcrcd on the business of
making pie of each other.
* * *
John Sam Vertier was in travail four
years ago. He is now relieved.
Richmond, Va., June 14.?(Special.)
Colonel Randolph Harrison, a member
of tho distinguished Virginia family of
that name and cousin of ex-President
Benjamin Harrison, died to-day at
Williamsburg. Va., aged sixty-three
years. Colonel Harrison was a son of
Randolph Harrison, of Elk Hill, who
married Miss Wells, of Kentucky, and
was recognized as perhaps the bar.'A
somcst olllcer in the confederate ser
vice. Ho commanded tho Forty-sixth
Virginia msgimont and spent ISb.t
lighting in South Carolina.
.Col. Harrison and his lieutenant,
Colonel Peyton Wise, were taken pris
oners near Petersburg, and, preferring
to bo killed rather than go to prison,
he cried out as thoy wero passing near
tho confederate lines at night:
"They aro yankecs! Shoot!"
Fire was at onco opened and some
fell, but tho deceased was taken on
into tho fcdoral lines and carried north.
Whilo passing through Baltimoro on
routo to prison, tho colonel leaped
from tho window of tho moving train
and escaped to Philadelphia, where, at
tho houso of a friond, ho secured a cit
izen's suit. Ho returned to Baltimore
and whilo thero was arrested and taken
to Johnston Island, where ho renn incd
until tho end of tho war.
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
Driven Out of the System by
tho Use of
"For live years, I WAS a groat Oj
sufferer from it mos;, persistent 93
hlooir disease, none of the various of
medicines i took being of any cf
help Whatever, Hoping that o!
chang > of climate would benefit g
me. l went to Cuba, to Florida, oi
and then to Saratoga Spring?, oi
where I remained some time W
drinking tho witters. But all was 9i
no use. At last, being advised 0j
by soveral friends to tryAyet's o]
Sarsaparilla, 1 began taking it, J>,
and very soon faVOr.lblo results g
wero manifest. To-day I con- oi
Hitler myself it perfectly healthy oi
man, with it good appetite anil ?
not tho least trace ol my former g
complaint. To all my friends, o:
and especially young men like o;
myself, I recommend Ayer'sSar- gi
SapnrlllO, If in need of a "perfectly ?'
reliable blood-purillor. ? Josr. o;
A. Es eon An, proprietor Hotel 21
Victoria, Key West, Flu.; resl- gi
deuce, 8raWi 16th.pt., New x ork. oi
Ayer's ^Sarsaparilla I
Admitted for Exhibition <>
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR g
If you fcf<sel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTER]
An Esteemed Pastor
Found Cure In Hood'o After
Other RAodicinos Felled
After the Grip ?Muscular Rhouma*
JBcv. C W. Clapham
Tho following conic.) voluntarily from a lilKhJy
esteemed clergyman of t!io M. Ii. church, pastor
of thg Church Creole circuit lu Dorchester
"C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass. I
"I feel It a duty to the public to send this cer
tificate. I saw In a Philadelphia paper a letter
from a man who had suffered from
Rial had been restored l>y tho USO ol Hood's Kar
saparitla. I had tho grip in tlio winter ot '01
and 'W no sovcrcly that it deprived 1110 of tho
nso of my arms so that my wife had to dress and
UIMtrOM me, mid when away from homo I had
to Bleep In my clothes. I tried llvo doctors and
not oiio accomplished anything. Then I saw
tho letter alludod to and determined to try
flood's, rjcfovolhad taken ono hottlo I had
tho use of my arms, thank God. These aro
facts anil can bo verified by malty persons here.
J. M. Colston) Church Creek, supplied mo with
IJood's. I nni pastor of tin; U, church here."
C. Wi Ci.AriiAM, Church Crock, Maryland.
N. D. if you dceldo to take Hood's Sarsapa*
rllla do not be Induced to buy any other Instead.
Hood'o Pi!l3 euro liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, jautldleo, Blok hcadu'ho, Indigestion.
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send us your address Immediately. We teach men
mil women how to earn from ten.DO per day to
8:t,00<> per year without having had previous
experience, mid furnish tlioeuiploymciil nt which
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Delays arc costly.
E. C. ALLEEN & CO.,
Cash or Installments.
New Machines traded for old
ones. A well equipped
Gonzales & Withers,
Columbia, S. C.
Are very essential when a
person is ill and adulterat
ed medicines cannot possi
. bly have the curative
powers like wholesome
DR. B. P. POSBY
keeps nothing but the best and
purest Drugs and Medicines
and people wanting anything
in my line will do well to call.
I also carry a large slock of
Teilet Articles, Staticncry, Tcbacca,
Cigars, Colognes, Toilet and
Laundry Soap and a hundred
and one other things kept in
a first-class Drug Store. I keen.
of reliable houses constantly on
hand and sell them at reasonable
prices. Yours for mutual benefit,
Bo Fo F?SEY9
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRU66IST
Parties wanting Guano and Acid de
lived anywhere in Laurens County will
save money by seeing or writing
F. ?. POLT,
Alma, S. C.
I soli six different brands. tf
WE HAVE NOT ?
earth at niul below cost.
WE HAVE NOT 1
mlisc ever shown on the Amcr
WE HAVE NOT
and in this way induce you to buy
a general bill in which we can
burn you up with profit.
wc thinkn line of goods not equaled in cx
celency of quality ami reasonableness of
value in Laurens County.
we know the good opinion oi the trading
not gained the confidence of the trade by
practicing deception and palming oiT goods
of inferior quality at the price of fust-class
determined that our Slock shall be the lar
gest and our prices as low as the lowest.
If you want good Coods and not trash, if you want the Lowest
prices money and judgment cm buy, if you want polite attention wc
will be pleased" to have you inspect our three big rooms and let us name
you a few prices.
DlS/^fr OOODS PALAOE.
mEir <&: co.,
? -Distillers and Jobbers of
Pure Old Fnahioncd North Carolina Hand Made Corn nud ltyo
Whiskies, Apple and Peach Brandies.
We make a specialty of pure goods for private use and medicinal
purposes. Our brands arc all recognized as standard, and wc sell noth
ing but high grade Goods. Wc are sole proprietors of the celebrated
KEY brand of old fashioned hand made Corn Whiskey and Apple
Brandy packed in cases of one dozen bottles. Wc quote as follows, in
lots i to 10 gallons: N. C. "Poplar Log" Corn Whisbcy, $1.25 to $3.00,
according to age; Rye Whiskey, $2.00 to $3.00, according to age; Ap
ple Brandy, $2.00; Peach Brandy, $2.75. Extra charge for kegs and
Wc can furnish Corn Whiskey in cases of 1, 2, 4, 6 and 8 dozen
bottles to case, in pints, half pints and quarts, ready for use, at low
piices. Can make special prices on barrel shipments. We have the
largest stock in the country ol Old Corn Whiskey, ripened and mellow
ed by age, and especially recommend it for private use. *
KEY & Co.,_Statcsvilk , N. C.
This Favorite 'Resort for Health, and Pleasure
is now Open lo Visitors* For Rates
o f Board apply <o
S1MPS?X <?? SI ALP SOX.
Gle^t? Springs Water
Dyspepsia," Liver Complaint, Chronic Hoptatitis, Jaundice, Toipor of
Liver, and general debility following upon malarial diseases.
Dropsy, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Constipation, Hctnotrhoids,
Uterine, Renal and Cystic Diseases, lleainatuiia
and Catainanial derangements.
?FOR SALE BY?
l0 8* ?wr Mwwm?y
For Circulars giving certificates, etc., apply to
PAUL SIMPSON, Glenn Springs, S. C.
Closing Out-Parasol Sale,
Is uiu- who saves her husband's
dollars. One who has the tact
and ability to obtain with 50
cents a dollars' worth of goods.
How to Wuy,'\vhcn to buy, and
where to buy, are throe things
she is master of.
$3.SO PatsLSot, at $1.75.
?fSy* Wc mean this.
J. 0. C. FLEMING & CO.
$ urjill be
yob. at olii' STO^E,,
Where Prices will Talk for Themselves.
v """" *i ?)
RAMBLERS ARE THE BEST. Can sell you any make of
Bicycle. Come and figure with us on the price.
Let Us ,Give Yoli Prices.
Furniture, Carpeting, Chinaware, Stoves
and House Furnishing Goods,
S. M. and E. H, WILKE8 & CO.
fi?T* Minirr':- New Buildintr.
and $3.00 Dress Shoo.
iO Police Shoo, 3 Soles.
BO, fi;2for Wotkingrnon.
fl>2 and $1.70 for EJoy?.
LADIES AMD MISSES,
'O^'-M :n>7 denier
yo? w. r? i>ouRiAg
at ra reduced i.riro,
O I ho liaolliom vrlih'
- iin? mono plumped
o/i tlui bottom, put /,i?j
down ma fraud.
iv'.:L" DOUCLA8 -'">"? ?rc stylish, easy fittine, and clve holier
For Sale by THIS LAU RENS CASH COMPANY.