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W. W. BALL,
LAUKKNS. S. 0., Juno h, 1897.
The Press aro In harmony and a 11t
tlo bolsteroue In saddling tho responsi
bility of tho dirty row in Columbia, on
young Watts, tho Adjutant and In
spector Oenoral. It is vory true that
Watts' ollleo does not provldo for a
stalT and a string of Majors and Cap
tains, but the times do. It is tho fash
ion. Wo aro a population of Colonels
and Captains without commands. It Is
truo that bo is no roviowing otlleor,
but If tho commandor of tho troops,
Col. Jones, tendered him that honor,
then it was an elegant courtesy and
uodoubt was appreciated. Ordinarily,
tho Colonel's quartermaster (In old
militia days ho was more familiarly
known as dog-poltor) should have pro
vided the parade ground. In a milit
ary aspect the ollicor in command of
tho troops is onllroly responsible. Tho
policeman was a monster in obeying
any bodys orders and if did ho should
bo doalt with accordingly. Watts
should not bo mado to shoulder all
tho responsibility. According to his
stalomont ho acted as the facts seemed
to him to warrant and bo had a right
to assume that the militia was entitled
to tho ground. Col. Jonos, as tho
commander of the troops is really tho
responsible party. Hut those are
monstrous military times and Conorals
and Colonols are not to bo held down
to ordinary rules of conduct. Some
thing must be allowed for big feelings
In thoso who wear opaulettes and
cocked huts, lu war times a Major
Gonoral sent his Chief of StalV. a Ma
jor,-on some business to tho War De
partment. Tho Major invited all the
staff to accompany him and carried
along a half do/on couriers. As they
entered the department with so much
parade, tho "curled darlings" of that
splendid bomb proof rose on-masso to
saluto, thinking that it must atleast be
Job Stewart, if not Jackson, that came
in with so much pomp. What would
this world bo without fuss and feath
ers? Give them a eh anco.
As was oxpoetod tho dispensary sys
tem of tho Rtato is as good as knocked
in the head. Whiskey or other liquors
may now be shipped into the Stato and
sold in the original package, a sealed
bottle, demijohn or cask, the federal
laws boing complied with. Tho State
Dispensary will undertake to go on,
dispensing with the constables. It Is
necossary to dispose of a ,toek costing
some hundred thousands dollars. It is
a serious matter for the Stato. The
liquor problem is and always has boon
a moat serious one. We were op
posed to the Dispensary for many
reasons?foremost, that wo thought it
dangerous for a Stato to enter into
such business or any business, corrupt
ing in tendency as necessitating a vast
horde of ollicials. and because so op
posed to the genius of our people that
it needs to be enforced with blood. But
while all this is so the Stato went into
it and we as good citizens aro bound to
help tho State out of her predicament,
so far as we aro able to do so. There are
plenty of pig-headed people to re
joice at tho discomfiture of the Stato
by reason of the decision of Judge Sl
monton. Every good man wo hope
will aid In suppressing any illogal traf
fic In liquor. Let every citizen and
officer bo on the alort to prosecute any
oase of disorder resulting Irom tho
sale of whiskey. The Legislature con
venes in January, and with the exper
onco of other and older communities
will bo able to moot the situation. A
high liconse systom, confined to mun
icipalities, with tho liconse distributed
over tho supporting district is probably
tho host solution . Prohibition does
not prohibit. But tho situation result
ing upon Judge Simouton's decision
has not yet developed and thero will
be tlmo to consider tho solution of tho
problom presented. Ponding an ap
peal, which is not probable, (Harbor
must bo getting tired) the decision
stands. Wo trust that tho plg-head
odnesf on the side of tho gratified will
not bo olTsot* by bullhoadodness on the
part of tho mortified. Prido of opin
ion mnst have a fall.
Hlnco tho above writing it is an
nounced that tho whlskoy constabulary
will bo rotalnod.
If a primary wore to-morrow wc aro
Of tho opinion that Mo I.nur in would be
a sure winner. Hut the ups and downs
of a Sonate TarilT debato may prcsont
stumbling blocks. Our readors will
romember our suggestions of last
week, whoroln protection leanings
woro hintod. Tho Northorn papers
are now claiming McLaurin for tbolr
own kitof fish?fitting in liko a sardine
Whoro South Carolina will stand in
floptombor, there is no guessing, but
we strongly suspect that sho will bo in
touch with Texas and othor sound
anti-tariff States?if any aro left.
The young marriagable women of
Now Jersey Stato are up in arms
against a law, the Loyd law, which
seeks to prevent them from rushing
hastily into the arms of their sweet -
hoarts. Tho law provides Qvo days no
tice of an lntondod marriage bofpre a
license can bo had. The Jorsey girls
should consult the South Carolina
laws, whoro all the form necessary to
clinch the bargain Is to jump a broom
and agree to be man and wife.
Senator Tillman is asking Congress
to help in Iho dispensary matter. He
might as well nppesl to Horoulos, to
the waves, to the winds, to the ghost
Bs careful. Beforo wo know it, our
faUjiwlll be tyll of people, who with
lderst^dlng the matter have
Tbo Metropolitan Pollco, the Agri
cultural Hall, tho Bluo Kldgc Scrip
nnd the Dispensary inibroul^?. Ho bus
tho sympathy of tho country in bis
tribulations. There Is but one way
to take a battory?go right for It.
Sam Jones locates Hades just u half
mile from the "locus (juo," the place
ho happens to stand at a given mo
ment. Hovcrnor Tlllman has re-located
tho "Augean Stables" and is engaged
in purging tbo United States Senate.
A Court of Inquiry has been up
pointed by the Governor to Investigate
Gen. Watts'connection with the a Hair
of the Columbia militia and Gen.
Watts. Senator S.G. Maylield, Judge
Advocate General, Gen. Stoppelhein,
Capt. Thompson, and Col. WardhlW,
constitute the Court. Watts is a
constitutional oflloor, a Slate olllcer,
elected by the people, and we doubt if
he is a part of the militia and that the
Governor could appoint the Court for
that purpose. Tho Governor should he
supplied with an Attorney General,
who should have an assistant.
The Freeman proposes the establish
ment of a permanent) "Court of inves
tigation" in South Carolina.?Slimier
But get your .lodges, from Alaska,
List of Letters ?
Remaining in the Tost Ofllcc at l.au
reus, S. ('., unclaimed, for the week
ending J uno 7, 18U7 :
B?Burnos, Henry; Drown, Mrs.
0?Oox, J J.
F? Fowler, M W.
II?Hunter, Washington-, Hunter,
J?Jones, W A; Johnston, Jim;
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. H II.
L?L?ngsten, Mrs. Victorin; I,ana
len, Mrs. J T.
M?Martin, Mrs. Agnie: Moxwell, J
S?Stevens, Capt., (Brick yard boss:
Smith, .Miss Mary; Stompson, Miss
Sarah; Sensemaii, W <>: Shell, Miss F.
(>: Summers, Albert: Shillinghanl,
T?Tatum, W <>.
W?Williams, N G; Watford, I. B.
Persona calling for any of above h-l
ters will please say, "They nre adver
tised." T. B. Ciikwh, P. M.
A Young Girl's Trouble.
"My rj years old daughter had a
skin disease which was said to be
eczema. She kept growing worse
ami we decided to give her Hood'a
Sarsaparilla. Before she had fin
ished her first bottle her skin be
gan to look better anil she con
tinued taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
until she was entirely cured. I).
Ramsky, Camilla, Georgia.
Hood's Pills cure nausea , sick
heailnche, indigestion anil bilious
When Baby was sick, wo yftvo her C'nstnrla.
Whoa slio w>us a ChiM, sho cried for Castorla.
When shobi'caino Miss, BllO clung to Custoria.
Wheu Blio had Children, bIio fcavothem Castorla
We bog to remind tho public that
wo arc replenishing our stock of Cloth
ing, Shoes, Etc., and otTer special In
ducements to ca?b buyers. We bavo
some big drives that wc want to show
J. R. Mlnter & Son.
Iloadquarters for lowest priecs nnd
best styles In Clothing, Shoes and
Our ok Portions or LaurEnh,
Abbeville, Anderhon am?
Greenville Cou nti ku
For 26th ol" June, ISO?.
BY ORDER of hi? Excellency, the
Governor of the State of South Carolina,
Wm. II. Ellerbe, issued Juno 1st, 1807*
Skc 1. An Flection is ordered to be
held in certain parts of Laurens, Abbe
ville, Anderson and Greenville Coun
ties on the 26th of June, 131)7, on tlio
questions of a new county to be formed
within said limits, and upon the name
and county seat of said new county;]
now pursuant to said order, upon Bald ,
questions, an eloction will he held with
in the aroa proposed for said new coun
ty at the precincts hereinafter named in
tho County of Laurens on the said 201h
of June, lft!)7, upon tbo, questions of
"Yob" or "No," as fo said now county,
tbo name of said county and Ihc county
seat, to bo conducted by manaaors here
inafter named at precincts within the
the arcs of said now county proposed to
be taken from Laurens County.
Skc:. 2. A Box will bo provided for
encli precinct labelled "Now County,"
"Yes or No," "namo of County,"
"County Seat." O:.?> ballot shall ' he
voted of plain white paper, two ami a
half inches wide, by five incbea long,
written or printed, or partly written
and partly printed, in black ink, and ho
foldod ns to conceal the writing thriven,
and said election shall be conducted in
all respects sb general elections in (his
State. 1 Qualified electors of Laurens
County within tho area proposed to bo
cut ofl' from Laurona County aro en
titled lo voto.
? ? # *
Immodiatoly after the cloning of the
polls tho managers eball proceed pub
licly to open tho ballot hex and count
the ballots, and continue ti c nc'uiion
without adjournment; mako tabulated
statement of ihe result of the vole ui
each precinct, and sign Ihe sane aoo ird
Ing lo the nature of said election.
Within thrco days thereafter tho
Chaifhonn of the Board of Mamme.n or
one of them authorized in writing by
the Board shall deliver fo the Commis
sioners of eloction at Laurens C. II. tbn
f>< > 11 list, tho boxes containing the but
otfl, and a written statoment of (ho re
suit of the election in his precinct.
Managers for Tumbling Shoals -W.
H. Bagwell, W. W. Reeves, FI, L. Ma
Brewerton- G. P. Smllh, J.W. It ?k ,
X. B. Woods.
Daniel's Store?J. C. Martin, B, L.
H?nder6on. J. W. Cooper, jr.
Polls will be open at 7 a. m. and close
at. 4 p. m. one of the Managern will be
designated as Chairmen, and will met t
the Commleslonera at Laurens C. H. at
10 o'clock a. m. June 10th to take the
oath of offlco, receive the boxen ami in
structions for conducting the eb cli >n.
P. b. Lock wood,
J. Andy Jonkh,
w. b, Fuller,
Oouooisslonere of Laurens County
i,am <>ltl> s LOCALS.
The closing entertainment of the
Lanford Sell >ol, taught by Rev. P.
J. M. (Xsbornc, wus bold lust Fri
day night. Tho programmo con
sisting of dialogues, recitations and
declamations, as carried out by the
scho d showed tb it there is a groat
deal of talent among the pupils.
After the exnrclscs conducted by
tho school w(.*ro finished, Hcv.J.T.
Ltttlcjohn tleilvered a very Inter
esting aud Instructive address on
"t'ti'iii. ." Tho toucher thee made
somo closing romurks. At the
close of his remarks, tho audience
was dismissed with prayer by Hev.
W. D. Elummolt.
Tho Union M 'oting ol this dis?
trict was hold with the Lanford
Baptist Church last Saturday und
Sunday. ICvery one Is loud in
praising the meeting. It soeins to
11 tvebcen a complete success, lie v.
J. L. Hut ue: i, Rov.J.T. Littlejohn,
It v. .J. A. Martin, M. 1)., Rev, W.
II, Butts, ;in<l cjuito a number of
laymt n took part iu the discus
A sweet littlegirl has been added
to the family of P. J. M. Oiborne.
We miss Miss rCtoliu Lanford
vory much in our neighborhood.
She has gone for u abort lime over
to Mr. Droyton Mahafley's, near
Rabun Creel: Church, for tho pur
pose of giving his d might eis sonic
lessons in Instrumental music.
M is. J. 1). Johnson , who ban been
quite uuwt 11, I am glad to say Is
Mr. L. A. McCord, ol Luurons,
was seen in our town a fow days
tigo. Wo will be glad to sou him
A traveling artist did some very
giHul work a few days ago in taking
Homo of tbo pretty residences In
Mr. lt. I*. Milan) will soon havo a
m w resldonco on the sight where
ho was burnt out it few months ago.
Tho material is being rapidly haul
ed there for that purpose
Mr. J. W. Lanford is having an
other story put to the back part of
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from 5
to W days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chit/ and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
The close of tho Oak drove
School, taught by Prof. 0. P.
Brooks, was celebrated with a pic
nic on Saturday the 20th uit. In
tho morning the audience was ad
dressed by 0. C. Peatuorstone, E'jq.
Kveryoue pit-sent seemed to do
everything in their power to mnko
Iho occasion enjoyable. A gentle
man was present with a picture
machine and took a photograph of
the entire school ami board of
Trustees. In the morning some
one asked the quostion: "Would
vve havo tho speech beforo or after
dinner?"' Mr. Featherstono sug
J gested in the morning, for he said
in- could not speak well after din
ner. Wo wondered why it was,
but when WO 8aw him eat then wo
Mr. .1. T. Blakely had n very fine
cow to die last week. She dropped
dead off her feet. Rather a
strango w ay for a cow to die.
Miss Gertrude Simpson, of Pros
perity, who has been spending a
few weeks at Mr. Wilson Blakely's,
bus returned home.
Mr. und Mrs. Q. M. Manner were
taking in the beauties of Long
Branch last week.
Miss lie-sie Cunningham is Imme
for vacation from College at Green
Mr. ('. Q,. Holland is bunting a
smooth treo to knock his bruins
out against because it's a boy.
Farmers nie very busy harvest
ing their small grain, of which
there is a fair crop.
For more than a hundred years
the Shakers have been studying; the
the remedial properties of plants.
They have made many discoveries,
but their greatest achievement was
made last year. It is a cordial that
contains already digested tootl and
is a digester of food. It is effective
in removing distress after eating,
and creates an appetite for more
food, so that eating; becomes a
pleasure Pale, thin people bo
come plump and healthy under its
use. It arrests the wasting; of con
There never has been such a s'.ep
forward in the cure of indigestion
as this Shaker Cordial. Your drug
gists will be glad to give you a lit
tle book descriptive oT the product.
Give the babies LAXOL, which
is Castor Oil made as palatable as
Cures Fe vet
in One Day.
An elect ion is hereby ordered to be
hold in the several School Districts of
Laurcns County on Tuesday, tho 20th
of June for three Trustess In each DIs
Polls tO be opened at one o'clock P.
M. Slid closed at ?.
The present Hoards of Trustees are
hereby appointed managers to conduct
said Klection, declare the result and
report to this ofllcc by Saturday, July
liril itiltl those elected will please meet
the County Hoard of Education at Luti
rens, C. 11 on Tuesday, t he (Ith day of
July llOXt to receive commissions, etOi
l. T. ii dakikl,
Supi. Eduoatian, l ? < .
June 7tili 1807- Htiiiies .
Tho public will find me in the Snper
\ \ nr's Office every Monday and Satur
day. Parties having business with the
office can always find me present on
those days. JAS. DOWNEY.
After a long ?nd protracted ill
ness, God has saw lit to visit the
home of Mr. (1. \V. L. Teague and
claim for their own their little
daughter, Clara. She passed away
at 12 o'clock Thursday and was
conveyed to Waterloo on the fol
lowing day for interment. We do
sincerely sympathize with the he
leaved family and commend them
to Jesus who is ever faithful and
true and nble to comfort them that
put their trust in him.
(Mara, thy noise now is hushed,
Thy warm true heart is still,
Ami on thy young and innocent
Brow is resting death's cold chill.
Thy hands are clasped up >.n thy breast,
We have kissed thy lovely .>row;
And in our aching hearts we know
Wo have no darling now.
When we seo thy precious blossom,
That we tended with such euro,
Budoly taken from our bosom,
How our hearts almost despair.
Round thy little gravo wo linger,
'Till tho setting sun Is low,
Peeling all our hopes have perished,
With tho (lowers wo cherished so.
Je&US while our hearts aro bloeding,
o'er the spoils that death has won,
We would at this solemn meeting,
Calmly say thy will bo done.
Though cast down, we're not forsaken,
Though alii let od not alone,
Thou dld'st give, thou ba9 taken.
Blessed Lord thy will bo done.
A Friend. 1
We are needing rain at tins writ*
ing as some people have not yet
got a stand of cotton and spring
oats are failing very fast.
Corn and cotton crops are looking
very promising at present and with
plenty of rain we will have an
abundance ol home raised corn as
the acreage is very large.
The health of the community is
very good at this writing.
We were favored with a visit
last week by Mr. J. Frank Smith,
of Brewerton, S. C Mr. Smith we
a: e sorry to say is not enjoying his
usual good health.
Capt, John M. Hudgens was in
our town last week surveying some
land ior your townsman, Mr. W.
Mr. G. VV. L. Teague has the
best field of oats we have seen.
We think we would be safe in
saying that Mr. A. 1>. Davis has
the finest garden in the country.?
Asberry is one of our best farmers
and is always in the lead .
Mr, N. P. Hellams and family
visited j. K. McPherson \ml Sun
Our champion fisher has quit
fishing. He says he has found an
other ami if rumor is worth any
thing we will report a wedding
sonic time soon. Remember us,
Mr. J. M. Winn is helping his
brother, Edwin, build a bridge
across Cane Creek near Harris
Springs, the latter being the con
Mr. J. S. Saxon and wile with
their little grand daughter visited
friends and relatives at Tip Top
J. W. S.
Curative power is contained in
Hood's Sarsaparilla than in any oth
er similar preparation. It costs the
proprietor and manufacturer more.
It costs the jobber more and it is
worth more to the consumer. Mote
skill is required in its preparation
and it combines more remedial
qualities than any other medicine.
Consequently it has a record of
more cures and its sales are more
than those of aViy other prepara
tion. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best
medicine to buy because it is an
honc.-t medicine and thousands of
testimonials prove that it does act
ually and permanently cure dfs
J O HNSONfS~
In One Dny.
The regular Kxamination of applicants
for teachers' county certificates will he
held at Laurens on Friday and Saturday
25th and "(Ith of Juno, beginning atnino
o'clock A. M . Let nil who are interest
ed fake notice and govern themselves
Hy order of State Board.
l. t. II, Daniel,
Superintendent of Education.
June 8, 1897?33-^31
Notice to Teachers.
The terchors of tho public schools
are hereby requested to immediately
furnish their District Trustoes with a
listo' all tho pupils that have attend
ed their schools during the term now
expiring, giving names of pupils, their
residenco,that is, tho District in which
they reside, and tho numbor of days
each has attended school, in accor
dance with Section 12 of School Law.
Said lists to be certified to County
Board of EdU' allOtl by the Trustees.
L. T. If. DANIEL,
County Hupt, of Education.
r!ay 17th, 1897 ?3t.
I will let to tho lowest bidder on
Thursday, Juno tho 10th, 1897, tho
bridge across Habun Crcok at Babb's
Mill for ropalr.
ifay 17, 18117?4t
Partie, having business with tho
Coroner p'oaso tolograph or phono to
Ball & Shiklns, Laurons, who will
communicate with the undersigned at
Ora, S. 0.
M. II. Ferguson,
Coroner, L. 0.
Jan. l?tf 1807. A
Health Was Croatly Impaired, But
Hood's Sarsaparilla Built It Up
^oros HavoAII Disappoarod.
was troubled with eruptions on my
face, which appeared like scrofula. My
health was so much impaired that I wan
advised to take Hood's Sarsaparilla to
build me up, and I bought six bottles,
liefere I had taken half of this amount I
founfl that 1 WES Improving. I could rest
better at night, ami felt refreshed in the
morning. 1 gained in Qosb and when I
hadfltlisliod tllO six bottles the sores on
my face had all disappeared." J. B. Boo
.>Ik7Postmaster, Nashville, No. Carolina
" After Buffering from a soro loy .or 29
years, four bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla
made a complete cure. It is several yeara
since 1 took Hood's Harsaparilhi, but 1
haw not suffered with any soro or erysip
elus" in that time." MUS. M. J. HABTLBT,
I/'wtt, Qeorgia. Itomembor
Is tuo Best?tboOuoTruo Blood runner. Bo
?nie tu ?et Hood's ami only Hood's.
K E E r
'Cheap, as E.W. MARTIN'
'sells it delivered at your
^door. No one need say
How Hot It Is !
Furnished lor picnic and!
Prompt delivery, full'
'weight and at the Lowns'1'l
B. W. MARTIN,
Lau tens, S. C.
^Telephone No. 79.
know our clothing. You'll be
surprised when we tell you that
we're going to' sell even belter
clothing this year than we did
last year. You didn't think, it
was possible. But it is. We're
constantly looking out lor a pos
sible improvement. Our prices
arc lower than ever. Just come
and see for your self.
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.
Laurens, S. C.
DR. W. H. HALL
OFFICE OVER NATIONAL BANK, UUMNS
orrioa Dats?Monday and Tuesdays.
Ouif? trje Eatti7,
But arc offering; some of the hot values in
House Furnishing (*oo<ls within it b?rtlers9 such
as Furniture, Carpeting, Hugs. Shad**, Bicycles,
China, Crockery am. Tin Ware, &fbves, Etc.
We furnish your house from Kitchen to
BY THE WRY
jusi sa\ tbut you have seen us, und wo are doing |>ve?.
When you do some men a favor, instead ol apprecjitiig
? il they think the) have simply "worked" you.
Our procession never halls but on the hillside, s<> jvhtn
the pbolograpber simps his gun we tire always f t ie
Our patrons sit in Fame'.- front row. among Foiunc's
It's quite easy to order from us, and there are manyivays
ol doing il through the inventions of Bell and LClson,
the Western Union, or Uncle Sam will do tbc irik for
a i cent stamp.
Direct your orders to our oflice, where we hold a ejuin
uous business performance, Irec from all vulgarity
All Goods delivered in South Carolina lrree.
_ . . . HOUSE
S.M, &E. E.Wilk<$ & 00.
Laurens, S. C, May 31st, 1S97.
LAURENS - COTTON - MILL - STORE
Wo luvvo mndu purlion la r ulVorts t<> liav ju-i what our
friends want, and n< right prices. \Vo fool sure ivo
liavo it. Ciintr and BOO for Vollrsulf.
TO BUY O
Tin? Flowers, Hibbens ami Hats (hi- season am pret
tier than ovor boforo, ami tin- prices uro >?? plonking
Um! to sou is tn buy.
This line is complete. Wo have a full stock "i llain
burgor Bros, line clothing for inon. All sixes, fit
This i> our pet line, ('an give you a iy style at right
In this department we bavo n large mid well Kolcclcd
assortment of all tilings in Neokwuro, Fancy Dro -
and Nogligee Shirts, Collars, CulVs, ?fee,
Wo aro lioadquartors, wliolosalo or retail, (live us n
Laurcns Cotton Mills,
J. ED. BASS, Jr., Manager,
The buying of a bic vclc Is a matter of ierio? importance. All your
pleasure in cycling depend* on your wise ' oice. In choosing the ^
Crescent you run no ri-k. The unanimous ?e^timony of Crescent
purchaser* 70,000 of tliem in 1896 should convince you that
Gresccut quality haft no superior.
Western Wheel Works
tfov Mending and Repairing done at
short iu>ti<-.' and special attention given
Y\ . A. JOHNSON.
Mills & Robertson's old stand
?next door 1? n-Della I l?tel.
People of Laurons!
I have opened up a large Harnes?
and Saddlery business in the in tin.
storeroom next t-> ,J. II. Sullivan's
on Main Street. I manufacture nil
of my Harness nnd sell them
cheaper than you can buy this
shoddy Noilhern harness which is
put Up by b \r- and girls that huv<
no knowledge of the business. I
hive been working at the business
lot 20 years, and can make any
kind ol Harness from $3.50 up to
$500.00. I work from thlCC t > live
harncss'innkcrs all the time, and
can make anything you want that I
have not gut in stock, but I alwavs
keep a large stock of everything in
my line on band. I sell one grade
of hat ncss at ify.OO complete, that
if you Can buy elsewhere in Lau
rent for the same money I will
make anyone that does it a present
of a set. I sell all of in) goods on
twelve months guarantee it any ?
thing give- away I will fix it !<>r
nothing. 1 also d? all kind id re
pairing at reasonable prices. C?tH
I and get pri(08 ami examine iu>
slock of goods.
I have a trace attachment that I fflvi
away with OVOl'V BOlof harnosH that 1
worth In uuin.v eases from $?">(? tn*iM|.
from slipping <?ti of the fdnglolr
You can't buy tie in from any one la
me as 1 have the right for this county.
I sell them a*. I > COntS a pair or :! pall'*
for "J? cent-.
tii'/' Highest prices paid for Iiidos.
The La uro 118 Harness Co.,
B. B rUJGGlN, Proprietor
Prof, Otto C. Grunitz,
HltAHs, HE?!) AND ST1UNGI5I>
^ Classos taught on reasonable terms*
Laurens, S. G*>