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LAURENS, S, C, Oct. 9, 1894,
"Columbia, S. C., Oct. 6, 'P4.
??The Supremo Court yesterday de
clared the Dispensary Act of '93. Gary
dellvors the opinion, Pope coneurB and
~*'J* "W. W. Ball."
r1 a t 1 ? ~
Constabulary made a grab of whis
key In Charleston said to bo worth
$5,000.00. Verily the State Is in the
swim. Some ono gave the snap away.
A brother of Congressional Nomlneo
Wilson, who killed a policemo rx at Lan
caster, was tried and acquitted last
The Laurens Advertiser is again
agitating the question of a better
sehedulo on the Laurens road?and the
Laurens people should havo It.?New
"Under tho title of "Issues of the
Coming Elections." tho October num
ber of tho North American Rovtaw
contains two important anticlos writ
ten respectively hy tho Hon. William
L. Wilson and Ex-Spoakor Rood, in
which the principles on which both
tho groat parties will go before tho na
tion in tho approaching campaign aro
outlined with precision and authority.
Charleston has a now daily paper,
?'Tho Evoning Post." Its editor is
Hartwell M. Aver, late of Florence, a
very bright and spirited young writer,
who has had oxperionco on tho press.
Ho will mako tho paper a wolcomo vis
itor everywhere and wo trust a busi
In Aiken a policeman has boon con
victed of manslaughter and sentenced
to tho ponitontiary. In Marlboro a
prominent citizon has been conviotcd
of manslaughter for killing his brothor
in-law. It will got to be dangerous
aftorawhilo to kill a man in South
Good folks who aro genuine
Democrats aro funny people?
Thoy wish to down Tillman in this
State and to olect Hill in Now York.
That is, those horo aro vexed hero be
causo thoso there don't favor a bolt
horo, and thoso there aro vexed be
cause thoso horo don't favor a bolt
thoro. A bolt against Hill Is mado by
tho samo kind of pcoplo thero that a
bolt bore would bo mado by against
Tillman.?From the Sumtor Freeman.
Beforo sotting out on his long jour
ney to the seat of war In Asia, Julian
Ralph evidently rocolvod a pleasant
impression of tho Japaneso In New
York City. Harper's Weekly for Oc
tober 6th contains a description of tho
Japanese club-houso In West Twenty
fifth Street; and the appreciative tono
in which this Is written augurs well
for tho succoss of Mr. Ralph's under
taking in the far East, where ono must
havo dono with narrow prejudices in
order to draw near to the native life,
as Mr. Ralph purposes, with comfort,
or ovon with safety.
In Richland a jury staying out some
time and falling to return a vordict,
Judge Bonet had them brought into
Court. His Honor ollclted tho fact tUat
thoy stood eleven to ono, whoroupon ho
withdrew tho caso and ordered tho
, minority juror discharged and sont to
W his homo And now pooplo will bo
after likening tho Judge to tho son-in
law ono of tho Astor family was afflicted
Confusion as to tho choice of a blood
purifier Is unnecessary. Thoro Is but
ono host Sarsaparllla, and that is
Ayor's. This important fact was rec
ognized at tho World's Fair, Chicago,
1893, boing tho only blood-purifier ad
mitted to bo placed on exhibition.
Comment is made upon tho suspen
sion of tho Dispensary business dur
ing three months of this year. If tho
law was of force then Its suspension
was Illegal and an abuso of power.
Taking tho facts Into vlow tho follow
l.ig seems to be a roasonablo solution.
On tho promulgation of tho opinion of
tho Supreme Court, Gov. Tillman and
his Attornoy-Gonoral determined to
wind up tho business and stand by tho
decision that tho law was unconstitu
tional. It was subsequently ascer
tained that tho nowly olected judgo
would sustain tho law aiid thoroforo
the business was ro-openod. So lot
thoro be no doubting Tnomas as to tho
outcome of the decision.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Mounlyille
Presbyterian Church will givo an entertain
ment at Mount vi tin on Wednesday, Octo
bor 3l8t inst., comprising choice recitations,
music and Hot Supper. The public is cor
dially invited. Don't forget the time
Wednesday, Oct. 31st.
Commuter Ladikh' Aid Sockty.
Two houses just beyond city limits to
rent, with or without small farms at
tached. W. II. Martin.
Lime! Lime! Lime! Tho best ovor
made for sale by H. E. Gray.
Wanted to purchase old United Stato
and Confederate States Postago Stamps
used if on old original onvclopos. Will
pay high prices for Confederate monoy
also. Address with stamp.
E. C. Loo an, Jr.,
Greenville, S. C.
Seo the handsomo all wool sorgo 44
ipphos wldo for only 50cts at W. A.
Jamiospn's cheap cash storo. Samo
goods sold last year for 85ots.
You have nevor scon such a lino of
Dress Coeds us we aro showing this
season. Tho quality of which is high
but prices low. Simmons Bros.
36 inch cashmeros that sold last year
for 25cts selling at Jamieson's cheap
oaah storo for only lOcts.
Tho greatest lino of Silks and Vel
vets'over shown in this market can bo
soen at our big storo.
^6 inch plaid dross goods soiling
every where for 25cts, soiling at Jamio-.
sou's for only l?ots?choapor than ficta '
A big lino of Silver, suitable for
wedding prcsonts, at low prices.
Handsomo lino of cloaks for ladios,
mlssos and childron at pricos to suit
Slots cotton at .Jumleson s choap cash
A groat line of ladies hats in tho
highost styles at tho lowest prices.
We ask oyory lady who has a hat or
Sonnot to buy to seo our lino boforo
uying. Stylo, quality and price to
suit everyone at W. A. Jamloson's.
For special bargains in clothing soo
our big room. Don't forgot our lirto if
you want to savo ^noney.
To reinovo the constipated habit,
the only safe treatment is a couarso of
'A.yor'8 Pills, followed by a laxative
let. Most other cathartics do raioro
?rm than good, therefore loalling
Mans rccommond Ayor's Ifills,
"~ ?i atomlly ph - 'c. I
Newsy Notes About You.
Miss Maggie Finloy, of Greenwood,
Is on a visit to Mrs. J. T. Johnson.
Miss Ida Fuller has returned to
school at Groonboro, N. 0.
Cotton was a little more lively on
The Georgia Democracy wins with
Mrs. Nix and sister, Miss Fannie
Maxwell, are on a visit to Walhalla.
Mr. W. W. Ball and his friend, Mr.
Will Butler, came, up from Columbia
Mr. L. W. Boyd and friend, Mr.
Wostfield from Spartanburg, spent
Sunday In the city.
Mrs. Raworth and her daughter,
Mrs. B. F. Brown, of Augusta, are vis
iting the family of Mr. H. A. Webb.
Miss Hattie Frierson returned on
Friday from a visit to Cincinnati and
Mrs. J. H. Traynham and son Ryland
are visiting relatives near Princoton,
Mrs. Creighton, of Rutherford ton,
N. C, is at tho residence of her fathor,
Dr. J. T. Poole.
Read the Advertiser to know
whoro to get your wants and tastes
supplied to a nicety.
Mastor Dugas and Bon Martin havo
gono to one of North Carolina's educa
Thoro will bo fine racing at the
Woodruff Fair?running and trotting.
Liberal premiums to winners. Bicy
cling will bo an Interesting feature.
Mr. Gus Hart and family formerly of
Laurons, passed through tho city last
weok on route to Slmpsonvllle to visit
Tho North American Roviow for Oc
tober contains an intorostlng article
by Dr. Louis Robinson on "Tho Primi
Mrs. W. N. Wright and Mlssos Lu
clllo and Nannlo May Wright left on
Saturday for Branchvlllo where thoy
will attend tho wedding of Mr. Archio
Wright on the tenth.
Mr. B. 0. Crisp has purchasod the
old Presbyterian Church lot and pur
poses to Improve it. No prettier slto
for a i*08ldence could bo found in tho
Mastor T. R. Wobb has embarked in
a mercantile ontorpriso in tho storo
room adjoining tho Wllkes emporium.
Candies and pindors are tho lines of
goods chiefly carried. Encourago tho
young merchant by your patronage.
Confusion comes with five cents cot
ton. But lot us not looso our heads.
This Is tho fall to sow largely of wheat,
Oats, barley, ryo and crimson clover.
Thoro is a way to indopondonco insplto
of ill winds. From now until tho 15th
Saturday was a ltvoly day. Cotton
rolled In and crowded the square.
Buncombe sent down her wagons laden
with cabbages, potatoes and tho savory
apple. Ladles crowdod around the
counters of smiling merchants and all
in all it was a rod totter day.
You should havo tho Premium List
of tho Woodrnff Agricultural and
Stock Show tho 25th and 26th inst.
Apply to Secretary S. M. Kllgore,
Woodruff, S. C. Wo havo not room
for tho enticing Premium List. It
will bo tho finest thing of tho season.
Lanford, Ora and Laurens take notice.
Mr. Jefferson Fullor, a farmor living
a fow miles out of town, died at his
homo quite suddenly on Thursday
evening at tho ago of sixty-three. Af
ter a hard day's work, supper being
ovor ho lay down and presently tho
family calling htm found him dead. An
inquest was held on the day following,
tho jury returning a vordlct that death
resulted from natural causes.
Brilliant chateau toilettes from
Worth, drawn by Sandoz, are tho prin
ciple fashion features of tho Harper's
Bazar for October 6th. Thore Is also
a vai loty of Redfern's newest tailor
gowns and coats. The literary features
are "A Spoilt Child," a parlor play by
Caroline Tlcknor; "Book Cluhs and
Homo Libraries," by Eleanor V. Hut
ton, and "Tho Comto do Paris," an il
lustrated article, with text by Lillio
Gov. Tillman has appointed tho fol
lowing election commissioners for this
State?O. P. Goodwin, J. C. McMil
lan and A. C. Owens.
Federal?S. W. Lowe. G. W. Cul
bortson and W. L. Cunningham.
M iss Sara Shell, daughter of Con
gressman G. W. Shell, and Dr. Eugene
Martin, a son of Mr. Ambrose Martin,
woro married at the Chestnut Ridge
Baptist Church on theovonlng of Wed
nesday, tho third of Octobor. The
Advertiser oxtonds its best wishes.
Cotton is rather a shabby king at this
tlmo from tho prosent price. I think
It Is like Dr. Coloman8 bacon if it
moves at all it will be obliged to go up.
Marcus Watts thinks it Is likoly ho
will save his for spinning and knitting
purposes. Notwithstanding a financial
gloom pervades tho whole country tho
hearts of the farmers aro beating
bravely, facing disaster, calmly.
Our Baptist Church is rapidly ap
proaching completion. Evidenco of
progross all around.
Cross Hill is soomingly on a boom.
That genial operator and railroad
agent, Capt. Cooglor has thrown opon
tho doors qf tho Ponciana t-o thp travr
oiling public, wherb you w?} And the
host attention and table loaded with
all the subtuiitiul? and delloaolos of
Tho good ladles will find at tho
"old reliable," tho Davonport House,
Misses Emma Neoloy and Annlo Cook
who aro well skilled in all that pertains
to tho mystery of dress making from
tho simple wrapper to tho most elegant
and costly costume. They proposo to
ploaso every one in work ana price.
Tho Cross Hill School will soon opon
under tho management of competont
teachors, and wo will say that partios
who dosiro board can find good placos.
Mr. M. T. Slmpspn and his good lady
can accommodate several.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
Hy local applications as thoy cannot
reach tho diseasod portion of the ear.
Thoro is only ono way to euro doafness,
and that is by constitutional romodios.
Doafnoss is causod by an inflamed con
dition of tho mucous lining of tho Eus
tachian Tube. Whon this tube is in
flamed you havo a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and whon it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is tho result,
and unless tho inflammation can bo
takon out and this tubo restorod to its
normal condition, hoaring will bo do.
stroyod forovor; nine cases out of ton
aro causod by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of tho mu
cous surfaces. *
Wo will give ono hundred dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curo. Send for circulars: freo.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
?rSold by Druggists, 75o.
IWe aro headquarters for quality,
quantity, variety and low prices.
Another Hurricane Approaching.
The following dispatch will bo road
AUOUSTA, OA., Oct. 8th, 1894.
'?Tropical hurrlcano approaching
Oentral Gulf Coast, likely to pass over
East Gulf and south Atlantic States,
attended by heavy rains and high
winds. "D. Fisher."
A few things that everybody ought
Master Larry Todd came up from
the neck and organized a mink hunt,
and routed one near Blakeley's store.
After an exoiting chase of about three
miles the mink was forced to take to a
tree and was brought down by a shot
from Mr. J. T. Toad's unerring rifle.
The first inst. was quite an Interest
ing day at the residence of Mr. Robert
Frank's, where a family ronunlon was
held. J. L. Sloan was there with his
camera and photographed the family
of six brothers and sisters, the young
ost of whom Is In hor seventy-sixth
year while the oldest is in her ninety
The recent lawn party at J. W.
Clark's was a grand success and Bill
Peterson was there. Wo wonder why?
Mr. James Meadows and wlfo wore
down from the mountains last week
visiting their old homo and fr'onds,
after beim? gone twonty-ono yoars.
Miss Salllo Hannah, of Cross Hill,
who has boon visiting rolativos and
friends in this section for two weeks,
has returned home.
Miss Octavo McQuown has boon so
journing for two weoks in Groonvlllo
Miss Alice Blakoly has gono to Now
borry to teach school. We congratu
late her patrons on securing so accom
plished a teacher. Miss Mat t ic Blakoly
Is also visiting In that Dutch country.
L. T. Benjamin's now dwolling Is
nearlng completion and it will bo quite
an addition to the doighborhood. W.
A. Pool is the contractor.
The oditor of tho Laurensvlllo Her
ald is good at giving information.
What about Larry Gantt.1
It Is Important to keop tho liver and
kidneys In good condition. Hood's Sar
saparilla Is the romody for Invigorat
ing these organs.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Laurbns.
Court of Common Pleas.
H. W. Anderson, as Recoiver of J. T.
Poolq, Plaintiff, against J. H.
Powers and J. W. Todd, Defend
Pursuant to the docreo of tho Court
in tho above stated action, I will sell
separate! v at public outcry at Laurens
C. H., S. C., on Salesday in Nov. 1894,
during tho legal hours of sale, tho fol
lowing threo lots of tho Defendant, J.
H. Powers, to wit:
1. That lot or parcel of land, situnto
In tho North-Eastorn portion of tho
city of Laurens, In Ahe County and
Stato aforesaid, containing Four Acres,
more or loss, and bounded on tho South
and West by lands of Mrs. Mary Y.
Garlington, on tho East by tho public
highway, known as tho Union Road,
and on tho North by street forty fret
wide running parallel with tho Green
wood, Laurons and Spartanburg Rail
2. Also that lot or parcel of land sit
uate in tho city of Laurens bounded on
tho North by lands of Mrs. W. L.
Boyd. on tho East by lands of J, O. C.
Fleming, on tho South and Wost by
lands of Alsoy F. and Ora W. Cole
man, containing Four-tenths of an acre
moro or less, being tho lot purchased
by tho said J. H. Powors of the De
fondant, J. W. Todd.
3. And also that lot of land situate
In tho North-oastorn portion of tho
city of Laurons, In tho County and
Stato aforesaid, containing Eighteen
one-hundredth8 of an acre bounded on
tho -West by Laurens street, on tho
North by the lot purchased by tho
said J. H. Powors of tho Defendant, J.
W. Todd, on tho East by lot of J. O. C.
Fleming and on tho South by lot of
Miss Lou Fleming.
Terms of Sale: Tho purchaser will
be required to pay ono-half of tho pur
chase money cash and tho other half at
twelve months time from day of salo,
with interest from that time, giving
his bond and mortgage of tho premises
sold to secure tho credit portion. Tho
purchaser however will have the privi
lege of paying all cash or as much moro
than half cash as ho may desire. Pur
chaser to pay for papers.
J. H. Wiiarton,
c. 0. c. P.
Oct. S, 1894-4t._
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurens?Court
H. G. Coloman, as Administrator &c.
of F. D. Coloman, dee'd, Plaintiff,
against O. D. Coloman, ot. ah, De
Pursuant to docroo in the above
stated action, I will sell at Laurons
Court Hou8o, S. C, within tho legal
hours of saloonSalosday in November,
1894 (being tho 5th day of tho month)
tho following roal ostato, of which F.
D. Coleman died seized and possessed,
situate In Laurens County In said state,
1. That tract known as tho Doll Nel
son place, containing Ninety (90) acres,
moro or loss, and bounded by lands of
Mrs. ot India D. Coloman, estato of
Mattle J. Coleman, ostato of Estolla
Fuller and others.
2. That tract containing Sovonty
nlne (79) acres, moro or loss and bound
ed by lands belonging to tho estato of
Margaret Anderson, Mrs. Othello D.
Coleman, J. D. M. Shaw and others.
3. That tract known as tho Coloman
tract containing Two Hundred (200)
acres, moro or less and bounded by
lands of J. D- M. Shaw, H. Y. Simpson,
Mrs. Amanda Coloman and others.
Terms: One-half of tho purchaso
money to bo paid cash and tho remain
der at twolvo months tlmo from day
of sale with Intorest. Tho purchaser
giving his bond and mortgago of tho
Eremises to secure the credit portion;
aving leave howevor to pay all cash.
Purchaser to pay for papers. If pur
chaser falls to comply with torms of
salo, tho promises to bo resold at his
risk on tho same or somo subsequent
John M. Clardy,
Qct. 8. 1894?4t ' J. l>. u. 0.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County of J,aurkns.
Court of Common Pleas.
C. L. Fullor, Individually and as ad
ministrator of Carrio B. Fullor, lM'ff,
against Bonjamin R. Fullor and
Pursuant to tho docroe of tho Court,
I will soil at public outcry at Laurons
S. C, within tho legal hours of sale on
Salosday In Novombor, 1894 (bolng tho
5th day of tho month) all that tract of
land situate in tho county of Laurens,
Stato aforesaid, containing ninoty
sovon (97) ncroa moro or loss and
bounded by lands of Poggy Mills, Rob
ert Jonos, Dollio Crawford' and othors.
Torms: ono-half of tho purchaso
money to bo paid cash and tho re
mainder at twolvo months from day of
salo with intorost?tho crodit portion
to bo socurod by tho bond of tho pur
chaser and his mortgago of the prem
ises. Tho purchaser lias leave to pay
all cash. Purchaser to pay for papors.
If the terms aro not compllod with,
tho preiii ises tO bo resold oil the garQO
or some subsoquon salosday at the risk
I of tho former purchaser.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Sarah L. Frlerson, Plaintiff, against
Lucy W. Martin and The People's
Loan & Exchange Bank of Laurens,
S. C, Defendants.?Judgement of
By virtue of a decree ip the above
stated case I will soll at'Laurons C. H.,
State aforesaid, on Salesday in Novem
ber next, the 5th day of tho month,
during the legal hours of salo in front
of the Court House door, all that tract,
pieco or parcel of land, situated lying
and being in the county of Laurens,
Stato aforesaid, containing Two Hun
dred Acres, more or loss, bounded by
lands ? Albert Dial, Elizaboth Teaguo,
A. W. 'oague, J. D. W. Watts and
Terms Nne-half cash, balance on
credit 01 ono year with interest from
day of sale to bo secured by a bond
of tho purchasor and a mortgago of
the premises sold. Purchasor to pay
for all papers. If terms of salo are not
complied with tho land will bo rosold
on samo or somo subsoquont salosday
at risk of former purchaser.
Also In the caso of?
J. J. Pluss and J. W. Forguson, doing
business undortho firm name of Pluss
& Forguson, Plaintiffs, against J. H.
By virtuo of a decretal order in tho
above sthtod caso, I will sell at Laurens
C. H., stato aforesaid, on Monday tho
5th day of Nov. next, during tho legal
hours of salo In front of Court Houso
door, all that tract, plceo or parcel of
land situated, lying and bolng In tho
county Laurens, Stato aforesaid, con
taining Ono Hundred and Thlrty-sovon
acres, moro or loss, bounded on tho
North by Cook Placo, on tho East by
H. F. Boland, on tho South by Mrs. J.
Clardy, and West by Henry Smith.
Terms of salo: Ono-half cash, bal
anco on credit? of twolvo months with
intorost on credit portion from dato of
salo, socurod by a bond of tho pur
chasor and a mortgage of tho promises
sold, with loavo to tho purchasor to
pay entire bid in cash. If terms of
salo aro not complied with tho land
will bo rosold on samo or some subse
quent Salosday at risk of former pur
chasor without further ordors from
tho Court. Purchasor to pay for all
Also In the case of?
T. A. McCarloy, Plaintiff, against M.
C. Oxnor and others, Defendants.?
Judgment of Foreclosure
By virtuo of a decretal order In the
above stated caso, I will sell at Lau
rens C' H.. state aforesaid, on salesday
in November next, being the 5th day
of tho month, during tho legal hours
of salo in front of tho Court House
door, all that tract, pieco or parcel of
land, situated in Laurens county, stato
aforesaid, containing (132) ono hundred
and thirty-two acres, moro or less,
bounded on tho north by lands of Thos.
Hatton, on tho east by Ninety-Six pub
lic road ? and Thos. Hatton, south and
west by lands of Thos. L. Johnson.
Terms of sale: one-half cash, balance
on credit of twelve months with in
torost on credit portion from dato
of sale, secured by a bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgago of tho premises
sold; with loavo to tho purchaser to
pay ontiro bid In cash. If terms of
salo are not compiled with, land will
bo sold on samo or somo subsequent
salesday at risk of former purchaser.
Purchaser to pay for all papers.
Also In tho caso of?
McGhan, Brown & Evans, Plaintiffs,
against Melmoth Hooker, Defendant.
?Judgment of Foreclosure.
By virtuo of a decretal order in the
above stated caso I will soil at Laurens
C. H., state aforesaid, on salosday in
November next, being tho 5th day of
the month, during the legal hours for
such sales in front of tho court houso
door, all that tract, piece or parcel of
land, situated in Laurons county, state
aforesaid, containing twonty-live acres,
moro or loss, bounded by lands of Ludy
Mills, John D. Mills, Lewis Burns and
Samuel Franks. Terms uf sale, one
half cash, balanco on credit for twelve
months with interest on credit portion
from dato of sale, secured by bond of
tho purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold. If terms of salo aro
not complied with, land will be resold
on samo or some subsequent saleday at
risk of former purchaser. Purchaser
to pay for papers.
Also in tho caso of?
Tolivor Robertson, Plaintiff, against
J. P. Boyd and othors, Defendants.
By virtuo of a decretal order In the
above stated caso, I will soli at Laurens
C. II., stato aforosaid, on saleday in
November noxt, boing tho 5th day of
tho month, during legal hours of sale,
in front of tho court houso door, all
that tract, pieco or parcel of land, sit
uated In Laurons county, stato afore
said, containing ono hundred and
eightoori acres, more or less, bounded
by lands of Johnathan Abercromblo,
J. R, Fowlor, J. M. Gray and others,
known as tho Honry Thompson old
homo place. Torms of salo, one-half
cash, balanco on credit for one year:
credit portion socurod by a bond of tho
purchasor and mortgago of tho prom
ises sold. If torms of salo aro not com
plied with land will bo resold on same
or somo subsoqunt salo day at risk of
former purchasor. Purhcaser to pay
G. S. McCRAVY,
Oct. 8th, '1)4. Sheriff L. C.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Laurens?Court
of Common Pleas.
Georgia Chemical Works, Plaintiff
against Mattlo E. Goldon and
Charles W. Goldon.
Pursuant to thodocreoof foroclosuro
and salo in tho above stated caso, 1 will
sell at Laurons C. H., S. C, on Salos
day In November noxt, being Monday
tho 5th day of tho month, at public
outcry, during tho legal hours for such
sales, tho following described property
All that tract, lot or parcel of land,
lying and boing in Laurons County
and Stato aforesaid, boundod by lands
of Elizabeth Hurdotto, Dr. M. C. Cox,
Bora A. Nabors, John O. Farmer and
J. P. Garrott, and othors, containing
Ninoty-flvo Acres, moro or less.
Torms: One-half of tho purchaso
monoy tefbo paid in cash, and tho ro
romafnder at twolvo months, with In
torost from tho day of salo to bo so
curod by the bond of tho purchaser,
and a mortgago of tho promisos sold,
with leave to tho purchasor to pay the
entire bid in cash. Tho purchasor to
pay all expense of papers, and if the
purchaser falls to comply with tho
torms of salo tho property will bo re
sold at his risk on the same or somo
J. II. Whahton,
v Oct. ?, 1894?It. U.C.6.V.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Laukkns.
In tho Probate Court.
Mary F. Yoargln, as Administratrix
of R. H. Yoargin and individually
aguinst Beatrico Yoargin, ot al.
All persons having claims, against
tho estate of R. H. Yoargin, decoasod,
aro required to ostabllsh thorn in this
court In tho abovo stated action on or
before tho 15th of Novomber noxt or
thoy will bo barrod.
JOHN M. CLARDY,
Oct. 0, 'M-JL?n /. f. i* o.
I4?t of Letten
Remaining in the Post Office at Laa
rens, S. 0., unclaimed, for the week end
ing Oct. 8,1894:
? B?Barber, Mrs Rebecca; Blakely,
Reed; Biandon, Mre Oracle; Butler,
G? Oulbertras, Parky.
G?Gllyard. Miss Maggie.
M?Madden, Miss E P.
N?NaborB, R D.
R-Randall, Philip; Richard, Willie;
Ram ago, Henry.
8?Sacklson, T; Stokes, Miss Corrle;
Smith, ^.ev L T.
W? Watts, Henroy; Whito, Sim;
White, Kev I H.
B-Byrd. Mrs L G; Broox, Willlo 0.
G-Glllorson, Miss Phills.
H?Hunter, J H; Humbort, Honry.
M?Montgomery, John; MoNlnch, T
S; Martin, Alfred; Mooro, Lou, col.
R?Robinson, Rev A R.
FOK Tin-: WEEK BNDINO oct. 1, 1894.
Persons calling for any of above let
ters will please say, "They are adver
tised." T. B. Crews, P. M.
Of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 7th day
of Nov., 1894, I will render a
final account of my acts and do
ings as Administrator of the estate
of J. W. Goodgion, dee'd, 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 please pre
sent them on or before that day,
proven and authenticated, or be for
Qct. 9, '94~4t Administrator.
OF SETTLEMENT AND AI\
UCAHON FOR FINAL
Take notice that on the 7th clay of
Novembor, 1891, I will render a final
account of my acts and doing as Ad
ministrator, de bonis non cum tosta
mcnto annoxo, of tho ostato of Matilda
Goodgion, deceased, in tho ofllco of
Judge of Probate for Laurens county
at 10 o'clock A. M., and on tho same
day will apply for a linal discharge
from my trust as such Administer.
AH porsons having demands against
said estate will plcaso present them on
or before that day, proven and authen
ticated, or be forevor barred.
W. B. GOODOION,
Adm'r, do bonis non cum tostamcnto
Oct. 8, 1894?4t
Liquor Cure Co.
"The Columbian Liquor and Opium
Cure Company of Laurons, S. C," Is
now ready to troat patients for tho
cure of thoLlqxior, Opium and Tobacco
habits. Tho Curo guaranteed. Vor
terms seo the Prcsidont or Socretary.
L. W. Simkins,
W. II. GilivF.rson, Suo'y and Treas.
Sept. 24. 1894-4t.
For Yomiir Men and Ladles.
Book-keoping, Stonography, Pen
manship, tho German language and
other practical branches taught by
mail. Students given diplomas and as
sisted to obtain positions. Thorough
instruction, shortest time, smallest
Atlanta Commercial Cot.t.kge,
Box f>45. Atlanta, (ia.
Aug, 27, 1894-3m.
Yes the world docs move
said Gallileo after the inquisitors
had removed the thumb screws,
L. E. BURNS & CO.
move with it in the onward
We have moved our entire
stock at Barksdale to Laurens,
No. 503, Trayham & Dial's Sun
Block, where we are to be found
with a full line of
Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions,
Hats, Woolen Goods,
Bio Line of Stoves and
New Goods arriving every
day and we expect to sell them
at a sacrafice. We arc sole
agents for Dobson's Carpets.
Come see our samples and let us
quote you factory prices.
L. E. BURNS & CO.,
Undor Buyors and tinder Mollers.
J. C. Burns and J. T. Garrett, Mgr's.
Sopt. 14, 1894,
LAND ADVERTIS1NG AGRNCY
Real Estate Exchange.
A Bureau of Information
Contra! Oltloo, Columbia, S. C.
C. D. STANLEY, MANAGER.
Real Estate Register and Descriptive
(Send two cents to cover postage.)
1>AKT1ES wishing to buy, soli, loasc
A or oxchango lands should send
their address at onco to this Agoncy
and Bccuro Roglstor and Doscrlptive
circulars, giving valuable information
of improved and unimproved farm
lands and roal estato of kinds for sale,
also the address of parties wishing to
buy. Inqulrors should stato whothor
th?y wlBh to buy, ?oll or oxohango, and
whothor for cash, lands or marketable
Bocurittos. Branch ofllcos to bo oatab
lishod in overy County in tho 8outh.
S. D. Garlington roprosonting Lau
rons County! Bureau, Laurens.jH. C.
ly 30 Ifj 1 ' v J^^^F^ ^UtF^
Ffiepds ?* C?stotpefs
Laiirretjs Cotiijty a?}d. CityT
I have bought tho entire Stock of Laurens Cash Company at a big bargain, and I am now in -i p sf?
tion to offer to my friends and customers unheard Bargains in
IressBoofls.ffiilliDgrg. KgntsEarnisfiiDg BooflsJ^sans, Hats ao? Sin -
a specialty. It seems as if I had enough of Shoes for every man, woman and child in Laurens County.
This week wc make some unheard of Low Prices on a line of Shoes for SPOT CASH. I haven't room in
this space to quote prices, but would request you to see a nice button Shoe we sold for $.'.oo, now reduced
to $1.25. Neat button Shoe for ladies only 75 cts. It will be to the interest of every one who has a pair
Shoes to buy to sec my line. I have got the Shoes and they must he sold, I mean business, I am not talking
through my hat. Come to sec us and we will make it interesting for you.
Thanking my friends and customers for their very liberal patronage in the past twelve ( 13) years I
respectfully ask a liberal share of your valuable patronage in the future. I will spare no pains to please you
both in quality ol goods and prices.
Lender of Low Pries .
jy9 " And all sorts of trick and humbugs
are resorted to by some dealers to
catch trade. They profess that
you can get
Cloti^itjg, Si?oes, Hats
t0f" for nothing. .Such absurd adver
fjtit~ tisemcnts are of no value any more
00f than cheap Goods are.
Davis, Roper & Co.
^?T* ' Don't make such offers. They
jJ?T" have been here too long to have to
fl?F~~ resort to that sort of thing. Their
trade is established and reliable.
Davis, Roper & Co.
Sell Goods at Small Profit.
You get what you ask for and pay
tOW* the least possible money consistent
HMT" with excellent values.
DAVIS, ROPER k CO.,
The Famous Clothing, Hat and Shoe Store.
Ii? GRADED SCHOOLS!
Next session begins September 17th.
Kxponses for thoso outside tho district:
Tuition four weeks, Primary, $1.00
" ?' " Intermediate, 1.60
" " " High School, 2.00
Board " " oro
Pupils may board with Superinten
dent or in private families.
J. B. WATKINS,
Tho fiscal yoar of 1893-'i)l will
ond 81st Oct. I list.; and parties
holding claims against tho County
must present them on or before
that time. It. P. Adaih.
Oo? 4. 1 ?94?47?It.
All road overseers will take due
notice that all roads of the County
that have not been worked by Oct.
20 inst. charges will certainly be
preferred against each and every
ono of them and that they must
abide the consequences. By order
of the Hoard. LI. P. ADAIR,
Oct. 1, 1804?17?3t,
Parties wanting Quano and Add dc
llvcd anywhoro In LaurensCounty will
savo money by seeing or writing
P. I). HOLT,
? / Alma, S. C.
rf?T I soli six dift?ront braads. tf
Treasurer's ?kkiok, /
Laurexs t'. II., s. c.
September U, 1801. ]
Tho books for tho collection ol Stul
ami County Taxes for th? I'Tseal yeai
commencing \'o\oic!?or : f '?? \. i <
ho open from Monday, oolabs*; l?tl
1804, to Docombor 31st, I SIM.
For the couvonienco of Tux payer
I will uttor.d iho follow in ?
the days designated for the ?
of the same, vise;
Pleasant Mound, Octohor the
in the morning.
Young Store, October the loth, In
Parson's Store, October tin
White's store. Octobci Iho i
Dials Church, October the 17th.
Tumbling shoals, October th ? !
in the morning.
Broworton, October tho ItHh, i
15. L. Henderson's. October Lli ;
in the evening.
Watorloo, Octobor 11>. ? noili
Cross Hill, Octobor I he
Millen, Oetohor the - I. in th
Goldvillo, October the
Clinton, October tho -?
lien no, (October the
Josoph Duncan's Store, <
20th, in tho morning.
Tyloi'svilto, October Iho .
i iounty Tux,. :.'
Railroad Tax. I
Speeial for Laurens Graded
Entcrost on School Bonds. I
Total for Laurens City Cii'i led
School, State und Co
Poll Tax (tl.OO. Kvi ? ii ? ?
botween tho ages < f Tw 1/ Oi
I'Mfty years, except tho
earning a support from ?
or from other can e -. and I i
are now exempted by law,
deemed Taxable I'oils.
Tax payers owning proper!;
different Townships are
quested to call for re ?? 11 ? ill
Township, therein, -
perhaps nonaltios and
.1. I). Nli - .
Sept. 14, I8IM If
The undersigned would ?
inform the people of I .a ron 1
and surrounding country thai
accepted tho ageticy for the a
kinds of Mnchiner, sueh a i In
I loiters, ('< i ns, Ke jders, < > ?n< I
I 'owors und I land I 're ?, 'J
Cane Mills. Saw Mills. Boltil
fact any and all kinds, of Mai
and llxturcs needed, and is propti
till nil orders at short not It; i ai
prices, tuking the quality ii the
chinory into consideration. S'<
lind it to your Interest t<> see me h
U-.ti Ginn repairing a spoohi
.1. .i. PLl)
Laurons, S. C, July 30, ixiii ti
TlI?RK will ho mi i le< i
Trustoes ot the different Sc In
trie Is for Laurens County, lo
throe Trustees lor each S<
triet to serve for a pfil Ii
year, except I ho School I)]
Cross Hill. Princeton, La uro
and Lantlford, Thoy have I
laid off. by apodal net of (In 1.
laturo (0 govern Iheni??< lv
election to ho held on Tu
IOlli proximo, The tru lees
School District to verve tu n
gern, and (he election will be In Id
at their respective School :'.
clnct; and they will report result
nt (his office.
TIlOMAs J, DUCKRTT,
School Commissioner Laorens t
Sept. 20, 1804?45?41
The Sea Hoard Air Litte.
Parties going East or West will do
well to write or so/(
< % j J. N. WBIOOT,