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Jr\A TABLE IN ADVANCEi
IT. W. BALL. EDITOR.
?ates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad
vertisements, per ?quare, one ?Inser
tion, fl.00; each aubsequout Insertion,
Liberal reduction made for Urge Ad
vertisements. _ ATI
W. W. BALL,
LAURENS, 8. C Fob. 18. 1890.
Among other important and inter
esting matters since last wo wrote was
the aetlon of tho House of Representa
tives in reference to tho Beats of
Messrs. Duncan of Newborry, Town
send of Marlboro and Gaston of Alken,
all holding seats in tho body and other
lucrative offices with salaries into the
thousands; thus whilo luxuriating in
the positions of honor and four dollars
ft day and mileage, like John Gilpln's
wife (of frugal memory) thoy had
thrifty minds and hold to tho offices
with thousands attached as well as tho
dignities. Townsond, who was a Judge
,n Isroaol in tho days of good stealing
-nd Franklin J. Moses held tho lucra
tive office of assistant District Attor
ney, but being old, foxey, end wiloy ho
had tho cunning to resign tho .ae
_^sl?tant Attorney ship on tho 1st day of
January, 1890, whon tho now constitu
tion went into ofleet, and is thus en
abled to serve Gov. Evans on tho floor
of the House. When tho Legislature
adjourns and the $4,00 por day likewise
departs and he has dono tho work of
his master, he can resign and tho At
torney General re-appoint him assist
ant at $5.00 por day; and thon whon his
term is up and ho has shuffled off this
mortal coil, for tho monumental brass
ho has exhibited horo below a brazen
monument can bo raised to porpetuato
his memory. The House deoided vory
properly that Messrs. Gaston and Dun
can were not entitled to their soats and
rdeolared them vacant. It Is very pro
bable these gentlemen wore consclen
? tlouB in believing thoy woro legitimate
X members, but tho House aotod wisoly.
There was a great debato on Tuesday
last upon the question of reduction of
salaries in which, that prince of re
formers, L. J. Williams, of old Edgo
fleld, led the reform columns, backed
by the "citizen" Ashloy, and Burns, as
ablo lieutenants, and we can seo no
reason in the world why Williams
euld not bo mado Governor at least,
* sent to Washington with a pitchfork
to stand by Tlllman. "Citizen" Ashley
remembered Captain Tillman's old
argument that tho purchasing power
of money was much greater than for
merly and piled on tho agony, but at
this distance wo remember that a
bushel of sweet "tators" fotches near
on to a "round white circle" commonly
called a dollar and a fat hon has cost a
quarter, boy and man with tho writer.
But thero was a mighty ado whon Ba
cot of Charleston proposed to reduce
the pay of a membor to $3.00 por day;
our hero of o'.d Agofleld, Williams,, in
sisted on $4.00, the dobato grew fast
and furious and when tho vote came
It counted out over whelm ingly for tho
snug little sum of $4 and mileage, only
nine members showing faith in reform
^'by their votes. Three dollass was the
right thing, of course. Tho Governor's
message upon the Disponsary Bill was
read to both Houses and wo havo given
this oholce State paper the compliment
of separate mention. The offort at re
form in the matter of reducing salaries
was verjr like tho energy of a
BucW*rg" dovo and the reduction ef
footcd still leaves tho Stato officers of
Fouth Carolina, drawing larger sums
than those of the wealthy unreformod
State of Georgia.
- The Bill to pay Sheriff McCravy $300
for his experience in making a levy
ordered by Gov. Tlllman has passod the
Houso conditioned to bo paid if the
rail road wins and does not have to
pay, the oase now hanging up in tho
Supremo Court. As touching Laurons
the following Houso Bill has favorable
report; To provide for tho re-issue of
bonds; the following without recom
mendation; to authorize commissioners
to Issue bonds for indebtedness. Dis
ousslng new counties Bill Citizen Ash
ley" drew blood in tho following col
Josh Ashley said that ho did not con
sider a man who livod 40 miles away
from him his neighbor.
Mr. Bowman?Mr. Ashley, can you
tell me what neighbor means.
Mr. Ashley?Yes; it is a man I neigh
bor with. (Laughter.)
The Clerk of the Houso is to have a
new gown to cost only $50 as a robo of
State. This is certainly in tho rolo of
economy for the tax-payors. An exam
ple in simplicity in attiro in our public
servants is good and fino raiment
should be left to be indulged by Gov.
A groat effort was mado on Thurs
day last by a fow Roformors and Con
servatives to dispose of important leg
islation and fix a day for adjournment j
an overwhelming majority clinging
. like leeches to the flesh pots of Colum
bia and $4.00 pejprtlay. There-was a hot
debate on repealing the privilege tax,
lH)eing finally defeated. Wolff and
^Williams voted to keep tho tax, a sen
sible vote* Tho argument was that
the farmers paid it and it ought to go,
but there is no question but that tho
small tax is not felt and that it is tho
easiest way to support tho Clomeon
College, otherwise a direct appropria
tion of $30,000 must bo mado for tho in
stitution. Wo are for a liboral support
of Oiemson; wo aro for organizing it in
suoh a way im to mako it speolally
suited to the oducation of thoso youth
in the State who proposo farming and
mechanical pursuits. Tt it is a blundor
to urge that only farmer's sons should
havo tho right to go thoro; It would
not do to urge that farmer's sons should
sot go to the other State Institutions.
It should be romemberod that a largo
olass of farmers in the State, who can
net go to Clomson and nover can, pay a
large part of this tax. Besides, tho
* sons of ovory class In this stato ongage
? in farming and demand the appro
education. EvoW proaohor's
ualiy cut out
to take his chances growing peas and
potatoes. Clctnson is & State school,
organized not for farmer's son*, but for
the youth of tho Stato who choose to
pursve this noblo avocation, no matter
whoso sons they are and it should he
liberally supported by the State, and it
will, we trust always share its lib
erality. A committee of oco from
each county was appointed to visit tho
South Carolina College, and Dr. Wolff
was appointed for Laurens. Mr.
Thomas had passed in a twinkling, bill
to turn $103,000 of Dispensary prollts
into tho general treasury. This was
not a "doubting Thomas" hut a lively,
smart Thomas, pulling the Administra
tion out of a deep hole, though, ho be
from Columbia and ten to ono a mem
ber of that famous Columbia Club, en
dorsed for private use.
Finley and McCalla, respective
Senators of York and Ahbovllle, havo
developed benevolent dispositions to
wards Charleston, domanding that a
bill pass for the Inspection of moats
Imported from abroad into cities of
over 25,000 inhabitants. Tho Senators
from that city, Barnwell and Buist, it
transpired, were together on this Bill,
carnally agreolng, but when it comes
to "details" thoy are apart, but it did
not crop out on what points they spilt
It will ho remembered that tho
Legislature iu 1894 refused to make an
appropriation for the Atlanta Exposi
tion; Gov. Evans then ondoavored to
raise money by public appeal and failed
except in Charleston, in uddition he
borrowed $0,000.00 and sont a Mr.
koche of Charleston to Atlanta with a
Stato oxhibition consisting of tho dis
pensary, a grand collect ion of fancy
liquors grown or manufactured in for
eign Statc3. Now it is askod to appro
priate $0,000 to pay Gov. Evans and
though it is eleurly unconstitutional it
is very probable that a handy Attornoy
Genoral will bo found convenient to
torture tho appropriation into tho som
blance of legality. Wo shall see. Thoro
Is trouble alBO over tho fact that Win
throp Collogo trustoos involved the
Stato in twenty thousand dollars of
debt and Clomson Collogo $10,000 and
all without authority of law. Wc are
good hatured and forbear comment.
Mr. Warr mado successful warfaro on
the proposition to give the Stato Fair
$2,500. Mr. Warr foughtifled himself
with tho argument that two of his
neighbors had beon robbed at a Stato
fair, ono of $13 and tho othor of $34.00.
Wo aro for Warr on this issuo. Our
favorite hero, tho immortal "cltlzon"
of Anderson, struck into this dobato
without gloves and hard knuckes. Hero
is a taste, which shows tho metal of
onr Ajax, Ashloy:
Uo was a citizen of South Curo'lna,
and was 47 yoars of ago, but ho had
nevor attended ono of these fairs. He
was not much of a speaker, and did not
havo a tongue to mako a big noiso and
accomplish nothing like his colleaguo,
Mr. Watson. Ho wished to say further
that ho was not first on ono side and
thon on the other as Mr. Watson was:
Mr. Watson jumpod up aud exolaimd,
"It's a lie!"
Mr. Ashloy exclaimed "You're an
othor," and proceeded with his speech.
Later on ho Intimatod that bis "frlond"
would not go outside that house and
say "you aro a liar."
Those champions subsequently apolo
gized to the Houso and to each othor,
invoking tho vanity and weakness of
tho flesh. Comity intervened and
Tho National Alliance atitsmeetiug
In Washington struck from its platform
tho sub-treasury plank, tho craze of a
few years ago. How many thousand,
office holders got into tho swim upon
this whim. Presently tho ownership
of railways and tolographs by the gon
oral government will go the way of the
flosh, and so of froo silver; the proper
ty owners of tho South will soe the dan
ger of encouraging advonturous oillco
soekora with communistic tendencies
i and a healthy Domooracy rise upon tho
ruin that they#havo wrought in their
train. Whero are the newspapers that
four yoars ago so loudly and porsistent
ly rent the air about this timo for the
sub-treasury, Thomas Watson and Mrs.
Gov. Tillman it is reported advises
this Stato to sond simon-pure froo sll
voritos to tho Chicago Convention,
(how about the editor of tho Spartan
burg Herald?) and If that Convention
falls to adopt a sliver plank, with in
struction. to bolt the Convention. Sq.
ho should, as ho would have no busi
ness in a Democratic Convention.
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The Dispensary Message*
Wo havo not studied this paper us
we should have done before essaying
a comment. The public and official
document, addressed to the Legisla
tors, as well as the galleries and tho
country and heralded with some parade
as coming, notwithstanding, is a disap
pointment. It appears now to havo
boon delayed, that it might tako shape
as an argument justifying quasi mar
shal law for Charleston. There is how
ever suggestion of amendments to the
muoh amended law to parry points
made by Judge Slmonton in his several
decisions. The document taken as a
whole is a tome a veritable volume.
Thoro aro sotno inconsistencies of
statement; tbat the people all over tho
State accopt tho law; that groat and
influential communities violently op
poso and obstruct Its enforcement, and
make tho excuse for depriving theso
communities of local solf government
and entail large exponse upon tho
State. But this is not all. There is
confusion worso confounded In tho
structure, grammar and arrangement
of tho papor. It cannot be said to havo
beginning, mlddlo, or end. Wo are
sorry for his Excellency that It must
pass Into the company of great Stctc
papers cheek by Jowl with thoso of
McDuffio and Hammond, the pigmies
of a past, so lustily denounced in a no
torious manifesto. If the dispensary
law is so perfeot a solution of the de
vouring liquor ovil and its virtues and
excellencies need to bo enforced upon
tbo enlightened States surrounding us,
then its oporation in this State should
And a noblo and eloquent presentation,
stoutly, consistently, briefly done.
Tho Stato has widoly advertised
her now cxporiment, tho people
are now called on to pay six thous
and dollars for showing it off at
Atlanta: many legislatures In tho South
havo beon in sosslon, but wo hoar no
note, of the dispensary plan boing
snapped up. Tho blood at Darlington
at a cost of $15,000 to the Stato has pro
bably boon heard of; hundrods of mil
itary companies organized; tho city of
Fort Sumter crucified: all thoso things
havo probably como to tho oars of
neighboring States. Tho creation of
many now offices, tho filling of tho
Stato with bands of spies, tho corrup
tion on all sides, aro warning notes to
peoples who lovo liborty and In this
country oven republicans and popu
lists havo some respect for the name,
and, shudder at tho suggestion of add
ing to tho appointing powers of tho
cxocutlvo. Surely, South Carolina has
a monopoly of all tho good thoro Is in
tho Stato constabulary system and sho
is likely to keep it in spito of tho many
eloquent messages of Governors.
Sounding tho Alarm.
Referring to Senator Tillman's influ
ence in South Carolina. Mr. Latimor
says that 05 per cent. (I) of tho white
people of tho Palmotto State sympa
thize with Tlllman and applaud his re
cent speech. Ho says It is uso
les8 to close one's eyos to tho fact
that Senator Tillman is a repre
sentative of tho ruling classes In
South Carolina, otherwise ho would
not be in tho Sonato to-day. Ho but
emphasizes the sentiments that prevail
thoro to a great extent. In the coming
contest for tho selection of delegates
to tho Democratic National Convention
Mr. Latimor says tho followorsof Sena
tor Tillman will bo placed in a vcy
uneomfortablo position. They do not
wish to bo driven out of tho Demo
cratic party, nor do thoy wish to go
into tho Convontion with instruct ions
io bolt and join a free silver party if
tho platform should bo constructed on
otheivthan a free silver basis. That Is
the great question that is agitating
tho loaders of tho Tlllman fuetlon in
Stato, and it will require all the. diplo
macy and courage at their command to
meet and dispose of that question to
the satisfaction of the rank and filo of
South Carolina.?R. M. L. in Charles
ton News and Courier.
Well! It would seem with all but five
por cent, at his back, Senator Tillman
might tret along. But whero is Lati
mer "at?" It is hero intimatod that
Tillman will pull off from the national
Doraocracy unless tho platform is simon
pure unalloyed silver. And further,
Latimor and his following might hosl
tato to follow Tlllman. Tho predica
ment is woll put. But it would seem
that there should bo some little of
what they call courago of convictions.
If Jefferson was the only Democrat and
Jefferson was all for silver, and only
thoso for silver aro Democrats, what is
Mr. Latimor talking about and why
aro he and his taking council of their
fears. If Latimor and his friends want
and hope to stay In tho Democratic
party and advocate Populism and Popu
lists, then wo aro answered. But the
predicament suggostod by' Mr. Lati
mor may bo the result of bad digestion.
Why should he bo whistling to koop
up his courage? His fearsjiro girlish.
Has not Tillman mado a speech?a
convincing speech?and carried con
viction to every mind, does he not ro
coivo volumes of letters of approval,
great folios, from North, South, East
and West, that the wholo country is
with him? Is'nt tho thing a euro
thing now? Then what is the mattor
with Tillman. As sure as a gun ho. has
a whlto llvor or his namo is Thomas.
It is cortalnly a lamo point in Latimor
that ho should lose faith in Benjamin's
Congressman Elliott of this Stato
mado a sound monoy speech and thoro
was groat attention shown tho dollvory
and much wonder, ashocame Iromthis
Roprosentative Stokes mado his mai
den speech in Congress during last
week, advocating free coinage
Odd pants?odd pants without num
bor at Davis & Roper's.
STATE of SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Laurkns,
In Probate Court.
WHEREAS, John D. Mills lus made
suit to me, to grant him Lottern of Ad
ministration of tho Estate of and effects
of Albort O. Martin, docoasod.
THESE ARE THEREFORE to cito
and admonish all and singular tho kin*
dred and creditors of the said Albort O.
Martin, deceasod, that they bo and ap
pear boforo me, in the Court of Probat?,
to be bold at my ofllco tho 14th.
day of Fob., after publication thereof
at 11 o'clock in the foronoon, to show
canKO, If any they have, why tho said
Administration should not bo granted.
GIVEN under my band,this30th day
of Jnnuary, Anno Domini, 1800,
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Cures of Boils, Flmples and all other erup
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Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where
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Cures of Rheumatlsm.whoro patients were un
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The Rev. O. S. Stringfield, of
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M. A. Malone, Columbia, S.O.
Of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 21st clay
of Feb. 1896,1 will render a final
account of my acts and doings as
Administrator of the estate of
Thomas W. Traynham, deceased,
in the office of Judge of Pro
bate, for Laurens county at it
o'clock A. MM 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 day
proven and authenticated, or be for
J. H. TRAYNHAM,
Jan. 18, i896.-4t
Of Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take notice that on the 24th day
of Feb., 1896, 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.,
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, 189G?4t.
to !?e secured by
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Terms Easy?Apply to
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?h* Dort, Oat or Bain will u?tor Hitter tftor tho oh
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He prepared for Accidents by keeping it inyour
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Mo Cure, No Pay. Trice as eta. and $1.00. If your
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PARIS MEDICINE CO.,
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NOTICE TO TRUSTEES.
Each set of District School Trustees
are requested to forward to.the under-'
signed a list of the number of taxable
polls in their respective School Districts.
Also, the number of children between
tho ages of six and twenty-one years.
J. A. MADDEN,
Bchool Commissioner L. C.
Jan. 14, 1806. * . ??
but ohlp from our factory-ut
Whole.??!'.- 11I?<-.?.,*\Wp Sny
?vbor?j for ?.?a.ijjcnlOntlJn; pay
freight 1 h (f not fcatln
fjlfctory. 1.? ctyt-s of
\ itntaflf.1. OOsfvttiaof
/llnvricM. Kt-rit! 4 cts.
A Gleit Cieloiie%
The prices we sold goods at in the Fall, 1895, cre-^
fated a great storm throughout the country, and peoplejf
j|(from everywhere came from far and near to get the bene
nnt of the
Hlwe sold Clothing, Hats and Shoes at.
?j We are still here and have our Guns loaded heavy^
|for the Spring Trade.
tf^fHD THIST I
We have made a careful survey of the Clothing, Hatfe^
??and Shoe market. W$l
^ Through all the traveling salesmen with the largest^
^wholesale houses, and also through our Special Buyer in|||
MNew York city, and we are up to date on prices and qual-)^
pUty. And will be able to show you the prettiest and best||?
feline of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gent's Furnishings^
w^ever shown in Laurens. All we ask is to come and seetfgs(
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|& Thanking our Friends and Customers of this andO
^surrounding Counties for their liberal patronage in ^heM
^past, and heartily extending them an invitation to make^
??our store their headquarters when in town we are your
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Piedmont Savings and Inv?stmont Co,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
^ * / ? '
L. W. ?lMKINS, Agent, Laurens, S. C.
To Borrowers :, Before borrowing on the instalment
plan be suyfe and examine the Loan Plan of this Company. // will
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The best and purest Drugs in the world are of no service, or
are dangerous, if they ure 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 as
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 confidence 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.
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Druggists and Stationers.
We Deliver all Goods to Your
Depot Free from $10 and
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The above will bo paid for tho
delivery of Arch Johnson, alias
Chalmers, an escaped convict, to
the Laurens chain gang, Laurens,
S.O. He escaped Dec. 81, last.
Johnson is a negro, 46years old,
Qvo feet 10 inches high, gingor-cako
color, noarly bald, uppor eyo teeth
missing, half inclined to bo
straight, turns his fcot outward
walking and hns a drawling ac
It. P. Adair,
Jan. 10, 1895,?4t.
All persons who wish to pay their
commutation road tnx which is
$2.00, must do so by tho first of
March, olhcrwiso they will bo com
pelled to work six days on the
It. P. Adair,
Feb. 10th, 1890.
E. M. Caink, .). J. Pi.uas,
. . ?OF?
Jh? Baak of I&ucea*
WILL be opened on l?Vb. 1st. Interest,
pnynhle on doposlf? every three
months, viz.: 1st January, /ppril, July and
Depositors must stato whether thoy wish
deposits In Havings Department or on or
Interest also paid on Time Certificates of
Deposit. For particulars call on
tili M. CAIN 14,
Jan. .v?, 188fJ-am.
AT a regular meeting of the
County Board of Commissioner?,
hold nt Monday in January, i896,
it was ordered that the license for
Peddlers and Tankers will remain
the same as heretofore.
By order of
R. P. ADAIR,
Jan. 22, 1890 11 3t
All persons selling pistols and
cartridges Ac, in Laurent* county
must pay their license at oa^e.?
Also parties selling sewing ma*
chines, clocks, Ac, must pay II?
It. P. Adaiu,
Jan. 28, 189G?25?3t.
Hm, AdtniiiMoo, Etc.
Executors, Guardians, Administrators
and otlicrp, acting in a fiduciary capac
ity, will please take notice that the law
requires them to mako their annual re*
turns from the l?t of January to the 1st
of March. O. G. THOMPSON,
Jndge Probato of I,aureus Co.
Dec. 2, 1893?4?tt
Any porson having business with the
County Supervisor. I will bo in the,
office on Monday of oooh wock between
tho hours 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
R. P. A DA IK,
Supervisor of LauronsJCounty, 8. G