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laurens, s. C, Feb. ??. 1800.'
. This body whoso work wo are all in
terested in is moving with great delib
eration and making hasto slowly. Tho
Old Romans had a maxim so udvlslng.
It now looks Hko a protracted sitting.
It is likely provisions \?Ill bo made to
pay commissioners and managors of
special elections last year. No pro
gress has boon mado on the incomo tax
bill. Tho schools aro the big bugaboo
and much timo is taken up tinkering
with thorn. Gentlomon of "toworlng
ambition that ovorlcaps itsolf" hope to
win great placo by way of tho great
matter of education. Insurance Ts one
of the interesting subjects of dolibora
1 ion. Salaries of Judges and high dig
natarios command groat ^considera
tion. A county Court will hardly be
established, and tho two additional clr
O'Jlts will probably fall. Noal, Super
intendant of the Ponotientiury, inves
tigated by a committee, comes out "all
unspotted" by the commltteo's report.
Representative Wallaco Introduced a
bill to rolmburso bhorilT McCravy for
expenditures about tho levy upon rail
road proporty. Senator Fullor Intro
duced a bill to repeal tho Act creating
the Waterloo-School District. That is
a neighborhood skirmish. Whether
Andorson should havo a now jail cost
much monoys in debate, and was finally
adjourned to bo voted on by Andorson
A lively timo in tho Senate over the
proposition to ropcal tho emigration
Agent Law which requires a license
feo of $500 to act as such agent. Wat
sou, McCalla and Norris, wealthy land
lords, interested in agricultural labor,
handled tho question. Watson favored
tho bill and said ho was willing for two
hundred thousand negroes to go. Nor
ris and McCalla opposed tho bill and fa
vored oxeluding tho agents, urging that
their business doponded on the negro
labor. Mr. Finloy supported tho bill
in the intoresi of tho "white peoplo"
in tho State. Bulst, of Charleston, op
posed tho bill. Archer of tho great
factory county, and white man's coun
ty, Spartanburg, favored the bill. Wo
are particular to name these statesmen
in embriotlc training as they may be
heard from and seen of men in tho fu
ture. Tho question of right never en
tered into tho dobato. In the mean
while, ox-Governor Northern is the
biggest emigration agent in the
world, travelling tho vast and wooly
West and introducing tens of thousands
of whlto emigrants into tho Empire
Stato of Georgia, soon to boast her
hundred cities. Comparsions are
odorous, but look upon tho two pic
tures. At this writing wo can't tell
how tho matter may gang aud it is of
small consequence excopt to bring the
aforesaid groat statesmen into view.?
Justlco Y. J. Pope was elected to sue
cood himself on the Supremo Bench.?
Ira B. Jone-, tho speaker was elected
Associato Justice under tho now con
stitution, providing for a trio of these
-Jtunctionaries.. Pope is elected for
eight and Jones for six years. Thoy
aro of tho material Senator Tillman
described.in tho constitutional conven
tion. Tillman said that tho present
Judges wero tho best that could bo
done out of tho material at hand.?
"The words aro Southeys' every line.
For God's sake, reader, tako them not
The reader will note that Pope gets
eight and Jones six years; that is to fit
tho arrangement that ono Justico goes
out oyory two years and thus three
Judges of oxperioneo aro all tho while
sitting. Frank B. Gary of Abbeville,
was made speaker and this was Thurs
No appropriation bill yet and every
man, woman and child is watching for
it since tho fear expressed of a big in
crease, for the Stato lovy. Don't forget
that tho proposed incomo tax, is an
artful dodge to kocp down tho appear
anco of a big incrcaso in taxes.
Reprosontatlvo J. G. William's Bill,
that convicts bo used to clear the
streams, foil by tho way-side. Repro
sontatlvo Fowler introduced a resolu
tion In reforoncc to Senator Tillman's
Bpoech,that, "wo will sacrifice our lives
if necessary In resisting tyranny and
oppression, behoving as we do that
resistance to tryanny is obedioneo to
God." It is clear indeed that while Mr.
'Fowler evidences something of a religi
glous turn, hois ready with his fowling
piece, and whilo wo uro all gotting
ready to twist the British Lion's appen
dicitis, horo wo are threatened with
lntornoclno cock-a?doodlc-doo with poor
dear old Undo Samuel. That our
road?rg.maey* understand that old Edge
- field can still supply us with a Cicero
or Ben Tillman, upon occasion, that as
in the oaso ol tho colebrated razor-strap
man, there is always ono moro behind,
we give a solcct oxtract of Mr. Thur
mond's speech nominating Spoakor
Jones to bo Associato Justice, and
eulogising his rocord: "Should 1 en
deavor to add to lts lustro it would be
to tile the diamond, whltowash the pure
flakes of driven snow, tllng porfumo on
May buds." Right hero it should bo
stated that tho resolution to authorise
the lunatic trustees to purchaso the
Wallaco property adjoining tho lunatie
ttssylum, with tho vlow to enlarge the
establishment, is not untimely.
Thoro is littlo to add to tho above.
The Legislature persists in going on
with unnecessary legislation, in the
teeth of thoadvlco of Gov.Evans Thoro
Is no prospect of an early adjournment.
A recess was had on Saturday morning
UfltU 8 P. M. to-day to obllgo gontlo
men who wanted to bo homo on sales
Too Big for her IH etches.
Peoplo naturally resent any little
presumptuous airs of others anil the su
percilious bearing of neighbors Is re
luctantly recognized as evidence of su
periority. Some time siaco to avoid un
ploasantness we adviscdOov. Tillman in
u kindly way to cut a canal tbreo miles
above City Hall in Charleston connect
ing tho Ashley and Cooper, lining In
with the excavated earth between tho
IJattory and Fort Su inter and sotting
apart tho territory as a sort of small
Principality to itself.
The advico wont unheeded and we'
shall bo chary of our gratuitous coun
sel In future. Charleston has for a
loug time put on presumptions airs ?
For inBtanco. It was exceeding pro
sumption to sot up a big light at
her gate and win Immortality In
tho littlo tussol with tho British
off Moultrie somo century back; then
tO repeat the lmpildcUCC ill holding out
at Sumter to the 'glory of the Caucas
slan contingent. Then contributing to
all tho country tho Pincknoys,
Lowndes, Laurcns and tho liko early
in our Statehood was exceedingly
prosumptuous. Then again ono of her
groat statesman, Hayno, had tho im
pudonco to shed Immortal lustre on the
State by his equal or rather ovor-equul
encounter with Webster in tho Na
tional parliament. Then It \vas very
presumptuous In Charleston at the ex
pense of millions to build tho first
groat rail road in tho South connect
ing her seaboard with our upper coun
try. In tho first third of tho century
paying two thirds the taxes of the State,
then half, then a third and now ubout
ono soventh is elevating tho brow in a
way that demands somo sort of dire
aud direct humiliation. Nodoubt there
may be small souls, and grovelling, in
that city and somo vagabonds may
pusylanomOU8ly disregard the terms of
tho disponsary law. Thoro aro those
too who stand by their democracy and
hellovo In tho doctrlno of homo rule
and tho rule of the majority, who chose
their Mayor and deluded by somo evil
genius as it were, insisted upon tho
management of their own city affairs.
All of which is mightily to bo repro
bated by other good people.
Therefore the necessity to put over
their lofty pride and presumption,
real men, who would not sympathize
with overweening arrogance, strang
ers and aliens, and mon of brass to
tame and conquer uny careering hu
mors among tho women and children.
Smyth and his associates In their
assertion of the right of .self gov
mcnt and tho right of their con
stituency in tho old lino of Char
leston arroganco and presumption,
must bo reduced to subserviency.?
That men should presume to ml .con
strue what is true democracy, honest
principle! that men should dare re
member and presume to misinterpret
the manhood of a James Connor, of
their breeding, blood, kindred and cit
Izanship! so offensive, so offending, de
serve the humiliation of a mercenary
constabulary, and Gov. Evans finding
the occasion, and the law to his hand,
Is imperltlvely driven to spy out the
Pitching In wilh I'ilchfolk.
Lincoln stepped from obscurity to
power by pithy, and pointed speech?
one sentence electrified from Atlantic,
to Pacific: "There is ab irrepressible
COnAlot between liberty and slavery."
Wc have always recognized in Hen
Tillman a man of talonts: nothing
more. His speech in the Senate gave
utterance to nothing that had not beer,
said a thousand times, except the coarse
abuse of the President. It will fall
very flat. Ho is doomed to tho per
functory drudgery of getting seeds,
post olliccs, pub. docs, for his heueh
mcn. Alas and alas.
Ingalls will live through his "lrri
descent dream," Tom Watson and
Cobb by "Where am I at" and Cleve
land for much that ho has done will be
long passing Into "innocuous desuet
ude." Tillman's only hope in tho near
and distant futuro is through a fine
aptitude for coarse abuse and oussin.
It is said, talents, aro so common,
and tho world had been warned of a
second "Danlol come to judgment."
* * *
Tho gown of the Clerk of the Houso
of Representatives has grown seedy
and another $1000 velvet toga after the
grand old Roman fashion must bo
voted. THE AdVERTISDR is opposed
to all this grandeur. Wo are plain citi
zens. Stuff, stuff, stuff. The Clerk
might still afford to appear before our
plain body of Roformcrs, in an ordin
ary claw-hammer array, to say noth
ing of nn everyday Prince Albert. Let
us get down to common sense and be
rid of this old world lordly parapher
nalia. But there will still bo fools.?
You can't mako a silk purse out of a
sow's oar and a silk gown will not
brighten the wits of u fut patod Judge.
The Advertiser sympathizes with
tho taxpayers of Sullivan Township in
tho matter of tho prospective heavy
tax upon them. Sullivan is a small
township and the people have not
shared largely the benefits of tho rail
roads built by aid of tho countys taxes.
A fraction of a mill imposed upon tho
whole county, wo.ild greatly relievo
Sullivan's taxpayorsand especially the
small land holders. In any reasonable
proposition, wo fool safe in saying the
pooplc of the county will concur.
Tho Groonvllle Nows makes a mis
take when it urges that tho appoint
incut of a Metropolitan Polico for
Charloston Is a lighting point. Then,
again, tho other follow must bo the
Judgo of a fighting point. It Is never
safe to advlso your friend to light, but
on a lighting point your frlond must
go to.lighting without waiting for ad
Court is mov^igon woll. Many small
cases havo been disposed of. Yesterday
Joo Powoll,/vho camo to this county
from Laurent,, was tried for bigamy.
Both of hia/oung wives woro in Court
and socmeiT to bo amused at the pro
ceedings^ The jury found him guilty,
but bolster Rihumport thought the
JudgojAould show clemency, Inasmuch
ftS i'o#oll had two wives to support.?
Ho goV>no year on tho chain gang..?
SpartarViirg correspondence Slows and
, Tue Cur.
For an indefinite period in this State
there has been talk about dog Jaws and
regulating tho classic ".Boatswain,"
and tho immortal "Troup" of half a
century back It seems that the dog
Is a natural enemy to tho innocont lamb
aud tho lamb-liko shophcrd. 13ut we
go about gottlng a dog law wrong-end
foremost. Lot a do/.on farmers in a
locality instituto a sheep interest and
get wido awake to tho business and let
tho interest extend through a wido
section and very soon you will lind an
anti-ynllar dog 'Sentiment in tho coun
try. You will find that tho dogs will
disappear without any legislation. The
shot gun will do the work. As tho
thing now stands the peoplo want tho
doir because they have no sheop. Our
Senators are mostly cottontots, not yo
poetic shepherds* and their heads wool
gather when tho dog is in debate Cot
the sheep first and then the dog will
go. The possum dog is in the trust
with tho cotton boo hand.
Tho dispensary has cloared for us
$100,000, tho cloven months last past*
Wo aro all parties in this lucrative
Charleston has boen made a part of
the little? principality of South Caro
Cardinal Mczcofuntl'a Bftmiory.
Cardinal Mezzofanti had a memory
little short of miraoulous. Dr. Russell,
bis biographer, says that the cardinal
spoke with tho greatest ease 80 lan
guages; that ho spoke fairly well 1);
that he used occasionally, but not with
any fludicy, 11 more; that he spoko im
perfectly 8, and that ho could road
11 more. Taking in addition tho num
ber of dialects ho used, sumo so diverse
from the mother tongue as to constitute
a different language, Dr. Russoll says
that the cardinal was master of up loss
than in different languages and dia
J Iis German was so excellent that ho
was taken for n native of Germany,
while his French and English wore
equally pnro. Dr. Tholuok heard him
oouvorso in German, Arabic, Spanish,
Flemish, English, Latin, Greek, Swe
dish mid Portuguese, at ono of tho
pope's receptions, and afterward Mezzo
fanti gave him n poem in Persian and
left him totako n lesson in Cornish. Ho
know several of tho American Indian
language:) and nearly all tho dialects
In Bpitoot all these attainments, how
over, lie was a Very dull man, and him
self naid that ho had 20 word for ono
idea. Ho was remaikablo only for the
number of languages ho knew, hut was
not distinguished ns a grammarian, a
lexicographer, a philosopher*, a philolo
gist or ethnologist, and added nothing to
a .y department of the study of language.
?St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
An Imperfect Cold Coin,
Superintendent Beach of tho street
cleaning department some timo sinco
found a $6 gold coin on a curbstone,
and it proved to be a curiosity, worth
us much as two ordinary $5 pieces, cm
account of its having been "miss
struck"?that is, it had not been placed
squarely in tho die, and tho milling on
ono side was some distance from tho
edge, while on tho other side thero was
none. On mentioning (lie fact to an em
ployee in Ihe San Francisco mint ho
was told 1 hat tho coin was a counterfeit,
and that it was practically impossible
that a coin so disfigured could have
been issued from any government mint.
When the coin was produced, tho mint
employeo, after putting it to all torts of
tests, had to admit that it was a gonu*
iue coin, struck at tho Philadelphia
mint, where every coin passes through
tho hands of four persons who examine
it for dofeots, and ho paid he would not
have believed it possible for such n coin
to oscapo thorn had ho not seeu it.
i' . iiin11..- Our I'ronouna.
In a cd loot ion of tho possessions of
tho late Robert Louis Stevenson thoro is
a letter snowing tlio difficulties which
even such a master of English as ho ex
perienced in writing our language.
"When I invent a languago," ho writes,
"there shall bo a direct and indirect
pronouu differently declined, and then
writing will be somo fun. " This idea
ho illustrates as follows:
Direct?Ho, him, his.
Indirect?Tu, tum, tus.
Ho adds in exemplification, "IIo
Seized turn by tliS throat, but tu at tho
fiamo mome nt caught him by his hair. "
A fellow would writo hurricanes with
an inflection like that.?Boston Herald.
At the Restaurant.
Guest-Why don't yon smash those
Waitress?They fino us for smashing
Guest?Well, if I ran tho place, I'd
fino you for not smashing them.?De
troit Freo Press.
Catarrh can bo successfully
Iroatotl only by purifying ihn
blood, ana tho ono truo blood puri
fier is Hood's Sarsnpnrilia.
^ causes eczema, scrofula,
? blood poisoning, liver
and kidney troubles, dys
pepsia and many other
diseases? Purify it 1 Re
move' the cause. There's
a cure?prompt and sure
DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
for thirty years a standard
remedy. Nof an experi
ment, but a proved reliable
cure. Over 20 MILLION
BOTTLES SOLD. It does
cure. Good for the whole i
family. Gives new vigor,
life, hope, strength. Aslc
for a bottle at your drug
Medicinal value in a bottle of Hood's Sarsa
lmi ,111 than In any other preparation.
More "kill in required, inoro earo taken, more
cxpenso Incurred In its manufacture.
It costs tbo proprietor aud tue dealer
More but It costs tho consumer less, as ho
gets more doses for his money.
More curative power Is seeured by Its peculiar
combination, proportion and process,
which makes it peculiar to Itself.
More people, are employed ami more space oc
cupied in its Laboratory than any other.
More wonderful cures effected and more tes
timonials received than by any other.
More sales and more Increase year by year
arc reported by druutdsts.
pcoplo are taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
today than any other, and more arc
taking it today than ever before.
Moro and stk.l mork reasons might bo
given why you should tako
The Ono True Mlood Purifier. $1; six for $8.
r-k..| cure all Liver ills and
rlOOd S PlllS Hick Headache. 2?cents.
Tim Rev. O. S. Stiingtield, of 1
VYakefield* N.C.says: "Five boxes
of Japanese Pile Cure cured me after
12 years' Buffering."
The Laurens Drug Co.
Do you want an Organ?
Do you want the best*
I roprcscnt tho finest lino of Organs
in America and at fair prices, and on
easy terms. For Catalogues and par
ticulars address ?
M. A. MALONE, Columbia, S.C.
Any person having businoss with the
County Supervisor. I will bo in the
ofllce on Monday of each wcok between
the hours 10 a. m. to .'1 p. m.
R. P. Ad At it,
Supervisor of Laurens County, S. C
Of Settlement and Application
Joy Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 2ist day
of Feb. 1S9G, I will render a final
account of my acts and doings as
Administrator of the estate of
Thomas \V. Traynham, deceased,
in the office of Judge of Pro
bate, fur Laurens county at 1 1
o'clock A. M., and on the same
day will apply for a final dis
charge from my trust as such Ad
All persons having demands
against said estate will please pre
sent them on or before that clay
proven and authenticated, or be for
J. II. TRAYNIIAM,
Jan. iS, iSoG.-.|t
Of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 24th day
of Feb., 1890, we will render a
final account of our acts and do
ings as Executors of the estate
of Wm, II. Bryson, dee'd, in the
office of Judge of Probate for Lau
rens county at 11 o'clock A. M., I
and on the same day will apply for
a final discharge from our 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
W. C. BRYSON,
J. M. BRYSON,
Jan. 20, 1S9O?4L
TO be secured ?y
Plantations and Farms,
Terms Easy?Apply to
Simpson & Barksdale,
Laurens, S. C. Attorneys at Law.
to i\o. BARBER:? rAoT
Shop next door to Postoffice.
Shaving and hair cutting done
in tho latest style,
Jan. 31, 1890-tf.
For Harb Who Cuts, Scratches
Saddle and Collar Calls, Cracked Heel
Burns, Old Sores, Cuts, Bolls? Bruisos,
Piles aud all kinds of inflammation on
man or beast. Cures Itch and Mange
Vho Oen. Cut er Bern will loth matter after tho oa
h? toon applMd.
Po prepared for accidents hy keeping It InyOUl
hon 0 or ?table, AIIDrugglslstnil lion nguarnnloc.
H/? Jura, No Pay. Price 35 cts. and $1.00. Ifyov.i
W ugglfit does not keen It (end us 35 cts. In uoc
' ige stamps and wo will send it to ybvt by mall,
P*Tlt,Tann.,Jiin. Sfllh, lffll.
P. ir l>lr: I Imvfi 11-rd Potler'a A?tl.rpllo HrolloR 01'
for HnriiM' ami Sr..|il!e<l.iin.Hcratcrii'iftii<l U?rt, Wlro Cut:
with perfect MlltfacllftD, ?h? I heartily rccommoti.l it i<
II l.frory and Stockmen.
0. B. IRVINE, I.irery mid Feed SUlrfc.
Ocntlomon.?I ?m pleated to iiirsU ? word for r?r|cr'
ind tlie 11 >it fi
?oro wan well. I ?1
AMKrpiln Healing Oil. My t>aliy DUftlM ft l? w m?nlh
>iro,nn,l ?ttrr tryli R ill oilier ronieiilc* I app)l?d your "Oil
mil tlie fliil oppllratioii |(a\o relli f ftnil in n fetr ilnjr? |h-.
' lUtcd the olldn mv itork and flii'l II.
,t If Die. bait remcily l?t I Iii? purpoV that I linto errr nr.iU.
; 1.1 MM
Pari?. Tann., Jnnuar
Jl Gtett Cyclone
a The prices we sold goods at in the Fall, 1895, cre-Ssa
kv.i_.i _ _? _l. a\_i_1 ii. - _1_ _1 _l
Pitted a great storm throughout the country, and people^
?from everywhere came from far and near to get the bcne-?||
iL r,i m
fMWC sold Clothing, Hats and Shoes at. ^
p| We are still here and have our Guns loaded heavyj?|
|Ifor the Spring Trade.
J We have made a careful survey of the Clothing, Harjs
^0;ind Shoe market.
Through all the traveling salesmen with the largcstjS?
^wholesale houses, and also through our Special Buyer infp
^jNew York city, and we are up to date on prices and qual-|||
|?ity. And will be able to show you the prettiest and bcst^
I?line of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gent's Furnishings^?)
<V-ever shown in Laurens. All we ask is to come and see'
tf&for yourself?get our prices and see the goods.
f?j Thanking our Friends and Customers o.
m surrounding Counties for their liberal patronage in the?
jj^piust, and heartily extending them an invitation to make<|j|
fig&mr store their headquarters when in town we are your>?&
Respectfully invite the public to call and examine their Stock of
General Merchandise. We do not claim to haye better Goods
or cheaper Goods than any one; but wc do claim that wc can sell
as LOW as the
?for the same quality of Goods.
* Our constant aim will be to supply our customers with good
honest Goods at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
(Mir patrons may rest assured that they will not have to pay any
profit for long time or bad debts; as we will buy for spot cash?thereby
getting the largest discounts, and sell for
giving the purchaser the benefit of our Cash Discounts.
MM ' Mb. LUTHBR MoCokd, the popular and courteous salesman,
is with us and will be glad to sec his many friends.
X R. WINTER & SON.
Laurens C. IL, S. C, Dec. 10, '5?3m At the Old Stand.
Piedmont Savings and Investment Co.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
L. \V. SIMKINS, Agent, Lauretta, S. ?.
S0* To .UoRUOWK|ts: Before borrowing on the instalment
plan bc/sure and exumin*l the Loan Plan of this Company. It will
avcyoh money. Dec. 10, 1895-tf
The best and purest Drugs in the world are of no service, or
are dangerous, if they are not handled carefully. This is a matter
which is always uppermost in our mind?carefulness. Care in
choosing the right bottle?care in measuring or weighing the right
dose. It is our constant aim to be the kind of Druggist to whom
people can go with confidence when perhaps the lives of loved ones
depend upon the care, accuracy and knowledge of the man who
fixes the remedies used. The worn out phrase, "Prescriptions
carefully compounded," looks as ludicrous upon some signs a*
would "God Bless Our Home" upon the walls of a cell in the
County jail. "Do men gather grapes of thorns?" ' With care and
accuracy we endeavor to combine their twin cousins?Neatness and
Appreciating the conlidence bestowed upon us in 1895 we shall
strive to be more worthy of it during 1896, which for each and all
we hope has many blessings in store.
THE LAURENS DRUG CO
Druggists and Stationers.
We Deliver all Goods to Your
Depot Free from $1? an
up anywhere in teoutli Carolina.
Extra Large, $2.25
?Hi Don't wait or you will lose this chance,
SUNNY SOUTH STOVE.
S. Bt, &E. H. Wilkes & CO,
AT a regular meeting of the
County Board of Commissioners',
hpld nt Monday in January, iSOl't,
it was ordered that tho license for
Peddlers and Tankers will remain
the same as heretofore.
By order of
R. T. ADA1R,
Jan. 22, 189*5 11 IR
All persons selling pistols und
cartridges etc., In Laurens county
must pay their liconue at once.?
Also parties selling sowing ma
chines, clocks, Ac, must pay li
R. P. A HA ITU ^
_Jjn. 28, \6QQi^i?L^Ati^m^^i^^^
The above will bo paid for Iho
delivery of Arch Johnson, alias
Chalmersi an escaped convict, to
the Laurens chain Rang;, LaurenSt
S. 0. He escaped Doe. 81, last.
Johnson is a negro, 15 yoara old,
live Icct 10 Inches high, gingor-cako
color, nearly bald, upper eye teeth
missing, hair inclined to bo
straight, turns his feet outward
walking and has a drawling ac
H. P, A PA IK,
Jan. 13, 1805,?-4t.
WE HAVE NO AGENTS
but Blilp from our factory it
\\ huh-.pi tecs. Mhlp ?ny
wlioro for ejainlnfilton: pnv
ficlKhl Ixilli ways If ?ol will*,
factory, loo ?tyl?s of
llnrncm?. Kind 4ctn.
for IIS pwte catAlnftiic.