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. 8. C, Jon. 7. 1890.
iroduces an articlo from
: Tribune to tho effect
lid not support tho At
n as did tho North and
ent thereon. Tho State
..o argument very adequately,
view the matter misses the
it. First sottlo tho facts, bo
prccood to arguo. We bo
Southern Statos had (Ivo to
Northern Statos at tho F.x
At least this is true of this
particularly of Northern and
South Carolina. The Ad
was at the Exposition on
mla day and the Quaker vis
none to brag of, while the
mil buildings wore packed
led hats. It was "a splendid
the Atlanta managers de
jedlt. As sure as a gun South
kdid her part, and if thore
as any shortcoming or stinginess It
^^Ihe rost of the country and can
ned on this State.
iey say of us.
:w of Reviews" for Jan
uaw elaborately consid
..uw constitution of South Car
"Theoretlcally", dopivratlon of
f suffrage would reduce our repre
ition in Congress, but "praoti
}y," it will be difficult for tho Courts
Jongross to take cognizanco of ro
i-ictions upon the franchise. Of va
ious provisions, ho says: "some of
them are very old fashioned and con
servative, as, for instance, the prohi
bition of divorce, while others go to
the opposite extreme of novelty and
radicalism." The article may bo read
with profit by tho philosophically in
Among tho demi?-Goddesses was tho
fleet footed Atalanta. Tho fast town
south of us dropt an a for short. Tho
point is now, whether the promoters
and stockholders of tho Exposition will
come out whole and make money. The
ifty cents to tho gate keeper may not
out big money; but millions have
sen spent in tho city by the Southern
:ople. Whether tho stockholders got
(.'dividend or not, tho property hold
|, business men, and laboring popu
ion must be greatly benefltted.?
ft trust every howl, or cry of wolf.
Five Riclnnond8 iu the Field.
*\v> T-by, Gov. Evans, Col. M. L.
?-Ho^gressman Izlar and
'In are discussed
tor Irby In tho
'4 ho Charlesto id Courier
with enterprise, ci .tie of that
sterling journal, publishes a roviow of
economical conditions at the eloso of
'?J? throughout the Stato. It is ex
tremely oiieouraging. Laurons is well
to the front in a business point <>f view.
Wo ero suro if the report ombruced
school* and educational progress sho
would show as far to the front, as she
that goes farthest.
One hundred Chinese dodged the
United States customs officers ut Sun
Francisco and aro safo to pursue thoir
avocations in this country in competi
tion with the colored and white laborer.
Wo uro in a bad way and otherwise
than financially. The yankoo has
lost his cunning.
On eecouut of the illness of his wife
Congressman Talbert obtained leave of
absence. Ho took the precaution, how
ever, to be paired with republicans on
the bond and tariff questions. Whilo
we don't ofteffagreo with*Col Talbert,
wo are nevertheless thoroughly con
vinced of his "staying qualities."
Much do is being made over Con
gressman McLaurin boiug put on the
Ways and Moan9 Commlttco. It ought
not to be a matter of surprise It is a
mistake to concludo that a man is a
stick bocauso ho is a member of Con
gross from South Carolina.
It is an ill wind that blows nobody
good. It looks now as a result of the
war Hurry that Suinter and Moultrio
will be equipped and garisonod. A nice
affair to have the blarsted Brittishers
promenading tho Battery and King
Jack Bludon, ex-dispensary consta
ble, died, in his boots, being killed In a
privato foud In Edgollold. "Thoy that
take tho sword shall porlsh by tho
Qov. Morton, of Now York, Vieo
Prealdont in the Harrison term, is a
pronounced candidato for tho Presi
dency. Ho is a smooth-faced, clean
shaved gontlemon. *>s.
It Is said tn the event of Speaker
Jones being put on tho Supreme Bench
tho Hon. P, B. Gary, of Abbevllo will
be made Speaker of tho House ?
Congress don't seem to bo "in it." It
John Bull lias a hornots' nest on his
Tho Atlanta Exposition is a by-gone
and was. a success.
It is bonds, or worse
ODD BILLIARD FACTS.
IMnti?? ?? Tub'" T.? Dftv ?
w to lioMwU !
. U?l ScV-i>t clililliP.
(!).: le.u !uts will
,....vu another 3 cur tu cis
count their pnpeis us they have
done in the past. Surely ihti Rep
resentalives from this County would
not turn a deaf car to Midi n-p< ti
tion since nearly nil the counties in
the State similailv biWfltcd h ive al
ready made provisions to pay the
teachers as soon as the s<. r\ Lcs nie
rendered. Tins is a in Mt?i _that
concerns eveiy teacher in li e coun
ty, and \vc would suggest 1 hat they
meet at Laurens oh Satunhy, 1 1 ti\
of January, 1S96, to look.,a!icr tlit'i
very important affair.
Executors, (i-iaitiiinif, A dm i life.t .-.It.rs
and otherp, acting in a 11 lu< iary cap no
ity, will pleauo take notice tli?l ll\? I**
requires them to mnko their armunl re
turns from the 1*t of Junnnrv to tho 1st
of March. O. G. THOMPSON,
Judjre Probate of Lauren? Co.
of llood'S Sa?->;i|).uiila?poy
tfocti permanent Cures. \
?Ijilti in severe?! forms, likd. ',
o.-ure, s\\? ii a neck, miming sores, '"V
disease, sores la the eyes.
Cures ?>( Salt Itheutn, virltli Its intense Helling
and burning, scald head, tetter, etc. .
Cures of Bolls, I'lmplet and all other erup
tions duo to Impure blood.
Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where
u ."ml stoianch tOlilo was needed.
Cures Of Itlieninatism,where patients woroim
able to work or walk tor weeks.
Cures "l ('atariIkIw cxptjtiiiig tho Impurities
which cause ami sustain the dLseusc.
Cures "I Nervousness, by properly toningaml
feeding the nerves upon pure blood.
Cures fit fliat Tired Keeling by restoring
strength. Send for book of citrus by
To C. I. llood & Co., Proprietors, Lowell, Mu<s.
U j? t-fc'ii are I!: ? 1' t a."t-v-dinner
nOOC! s PHIS pills.. tUU tligcstlon. coo.
Any person htivifrg business with the
Cuu'hly Su|<ecvl8or. I will bo in the
office on Monday of ouch week between
the hours 10 a. m. toll p. m,
It. P. A OA l it.
Supervisor of Laurons County, S. C
The print is too line?most of it is nowadays. Don't injure
your eyes attempting- to read it. We can make it so much easier
for you with a pair of spectacles of eye glasses. We have no
poor glasses?our cheap ones arc good glasse s in cheap frames.?
There#arc too many of the other kind on the-market?made to look
at, not thorough. We test every pair before we let you take them
away, and if they don't suit we change them for you without
charge. We want every body to see well because wo have a com
plete stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, School Books and
for you to look at. We sell them as low as we can?you always
buy as low as you can when }'ou buy frpiri the Laurens Drug Co.
near the Post Office. We have an elegant doll we are going to
give away. Each purchaser of one dollar worth of any thing, from
now until Christmas Day, gets a chance at it.
and our JLow Prices show that we have put
liest efforts to 'benefit and please the public. Ctnne
inspect our stock, and see for yourself what we havi
in store for you.
Suits Men's Cheviola and Fancy Oassimeres, $2 to o.uu.
In this lot ecu our black und t',roy CheviottB.
Men Suits, Blues, Black.-?all colors and textures, at $7.50
' to $22.50. Black Clay Suits $10. Oheviolte, $8.50.
t0 am it if*
Men's Suits in colors and' black Cheviotsle, ul $5 to V>
In tin:, lot tec our cpocial $7.00 black Ch( violts.
Youth Suit.', nil colors and Mze?, $2.00 lo $16,
160 Boy kneo Euils, $2.00 10 $7.50