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As to Obituaries.
Tim rule of this Office as to the pub
lication of Obituaries, ban always been
that BUOb matter in excess of ten lines
was chargeable, at the same rate as
advertising?ou<? dollar per square,
space of one inch.
We now extend the limit to twenty
line*. All obituaries exceeding this
limit must bo paid for at Baid rate.
A great many of The Advertiser's
subscribers aro inarroars,?many moro
than usual. It is impossible for the pa
per to get along unless its subscribers
During tho year wo havo endeavored
to give you the worth of your money.
Your county paper publishes news that
ou can get in no othor paper. Tho
ig weekly editions of dally papers
published in Atlanta and othor cities,
that you get for a low price make you
think that tbe prico of your county pa
per is high. But those big weoklios do
not toll you who is on tho jury In Lau
rens. They do not toll you who of your
friends are married and who are dead.
You cannot call upon them to publish
the rolls of honor In your schools and
tho announcements of your picnics and
club meetings. Kven tho advertise
ments in your county papor aro valua
ble to you?thoy "-ntaln Information
which ovory man In Laurent county
frequently nooda. This year is oloc
tion year and vou will need a oounty
paper moro than usual.
A county papor cannot havo a largo
circulation liko tho papers that tho
dallies publish and tho dallies can pub
lish wookly editions muoh cheaper
than vre can of courso.
We havo been Indulgent?too much
so for our good. We can ludulgc no
longer. On tho first day of March we
expect to stop sending tho paper to
those who have shown no disposition
to pay anything this fall. Betwoon
now and th?tn, tho soonor tho better,
wo ask p. ymont from all in arrears.
If you can't pay all, aad will pay a
part, you will find us ready to meet
you half way and to continue sending
Tho price of tho paper is One Dollar
and a half a year.
Tho Laurons Advortlaer has found a
war poet.. Wo pity him when tho oagle
oyo of Y. I lump Koeslor falls upon h's
50 cents Crash Hats for 25 conts this
wook at tho "Red Iron Kacket."
Tho Colloiio here needs a nlco foneo
around the campus. Two hundred dol
lars will do the work. Who will glvo us
tho money for this much needed work?
It will bo money well Invested. Who
will raako tho college tho gift? Send
to Rev. W. T. Matthows.?Southern
Notice, farmers! I havo the "Jack
son Limbless Cotton Reed." 200 select
ed seed in package, $1.00; Six packages
$5.00. I'ost-paid any whore. Address,
J. C. BURNS, Laurons, S. C.
Mr. E. H. Wllkes, of Laurons, was
in the city yestorday.
Mr. 1). A. Davis, a leading merchant
of Laurons, is In the city .
Attorney J. T Johnson wont to Lau
rens on professional business yestor
Mr. Pat Hardy,who runs n plumbing
and gas fitting o?tablishment at Lau
rons, has returned to that city after a
visit to relatives and friends hero.?
Spartanburg Horald, 24th inst.
Representative Mo Daniel Marries.
Married yestorday afternoon at 6
o1clock at the residence of tho bride's
father, Hueh M. Barton, of Chick
Springs, Miss Laura Barton to J. C.
McDanlol,a member of the Legislature
from Laurons county. The coromony
was performed most impressively by
Jbho Rov. Mr. Jacobs, of Clinton.
Miss Barton Is a most accomplished
young lady and her numerous frlonds
wish for hor all happiness In the new
life which she has just entered upon.
Mr. McDaniol Is one of tho most
popular and useful members of the
General Assombly .?Greenville News,
"Red Iron Racket" sells 20 pounds
of Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
Mies Eva Smith, a young lady stu
dent of Cblcora College, was almost
asphyxiated on Saturday night, at the
homo of Hon. J. A. McCullough,where
?he was spending tho night* When
?ome one went to her room Sauday
morning it was found necessary to
break down tho door, as the young
lady could not be arousod from with
out. It was discovered that she had
left tho gas turned on, and it took sov
eral hours work by Dr. G. T. Swandalo
?to revive her. Miss Smith is from
daurens County, and her father was in
town on a tibi. *- Mr. McCullough.?
The young lady wao lutllclently re
covered to return to tho Collogo on
Sunday aftornoon, and she is now en
tirely well of her unfortunato asphyia
&tb1ykd or Stolen
From them farm of the undersigned,
a red cow, medium size with small
sharp horns, six years old, mark of
chain around head. Inform J. C. Mc
DanieljOrJ. F. Latimer, Ekoin, S. C.
?Caanp C. R. Holmes, 740, U. C. V.,
"Waterloo, 8. C, will meet on April flth
181)8 at 2 o'clock, P. M. A full attend
ance Is required.
R. N. Cunningham,
Double your dollars by buying our
ho es. Davis, Roper A Co.
CLIPPINGS PROM HONEA PATH CHRON
Daimlel Hooks, of Laurons, was vis
iting the family of his unole, Jno. W.
Hooks, Sunday. '*"*"
Brother farmers, plant one-third of
the land you have layed off for cotton,
to corn. Bo independent of the wost
rorn corn growers, or the supply mer
Th?r man Pitts, son of J. V. Pitts,
met with a serious accident last Thurs
day. While attempting to romove a
scaffold from a building tho timbers
fell on him, and he was knocked in
.Mr. J. Frank Hondorson, of Bkom,
fLtturens county, is critically ill and
mli hopes of his recovery havo been
abandoned by his loved ones. He has
been in feeble health for Some
timo, as ho was paralyzed sovoral years
ago and has never gotten over the of
facts of it.
Bring 7<wr Jobs to Tub a-t-vertiskk
Arn much in little- always ajMSa. n ? aj
?ready, efficient, satisfao- BlLv m I a
tory ? prevent a cold or fever, I h I Si
? cur* ?II llv*r Ilia, nick liw?d- ? ? ? ? mmW
>?ohe, Jaundice, con?tl|.*tloi>, etc. Price 2* eenU.
-Oh* an!/ nU? to take with Wood'* ButepurUI?
AN EVENING WITH CHOPIN.
When Mrs. w. k. Luoas promised to
devote au ev. ning In her scries, of nnis
teals entirely to Chopin muoh enjoy
ment was at once expeoted, and those
who braved the clouds Friday evening
to be pre.scut were far more than re
paid for their Lad half hour with the
weather. To all who have heard Mrs.
Luoas play it will mean much to say
that she was at her best b'riday even
ing, that into her rendering of every
selection she throw her whole BOU1,
playing with power and yet
with an exquisite Bense 1 of the
most delicate bit of shading. She was
assisted towards the close of the pro
gramme by Misses Caro Adams and Jo
sephine Minter, two young musicians
of much promise who are studying
with her. Miss Adams playing a no
lonoise. and Miss Minter a wait/, with
muoh finish and evidence of talent.
The programme for the evening was
as follows :
Sketch of Chopin's life?Miss Sara
Prelude, No. 3.
44 4 4 23.
44 4 4 20.
44 " 21.
Ktmle in A Hat.
Nocturne in 10 Hat.
Ballade In A Hat.
Chopin, Walt/. F Minor.
14 A Hat.
Prelude in 1 > Hat.
Polonaise. J .Miss Adams,
j Walt/, in E I Mlg8M|ntor
I minor, S
Mr. C. C. Foatherstono, of this coun
ty 13 suggested for Attorney CJenoral
on tho proposed Prob'btlon ti^K.it. Mr.
Foatherstone is emit >ntly qualified for
tho place and will lit, tho Democratic
ticket or tho Prohibition ticket. The
ofllec ic non-political and what is
wanted Is an able, houost and ener
Judge Watts adorns his exaltod of
fice. Jiy his unfailing courtesy, wide
ranged and acourate learning, ready
grasp and appreciation of the roal is
sues Involved In tho very different
causes brought before him, and by his
absolute impartiality ho has won tho
entire esteem and perfect contidonce
of both lawyers and laymen.?Barn
Tho Presbyterian Collosre of South
Carolina has recently reoolved a val
uable donation of two UUnareU vol
umes to its library, the gift of Mr. A.
M. Alken, of Corouaea. 'This gift Is
highly appreciated by tho College au
thorities. Who will he tho next to
give such assistance? P?cv. W. T. Mat
thews, the Chancellor, is mooting with
great encouragements In his efforts to
endow the institution. ? Southern
Of Waterloo High School for term
beginning February 28, and closing
March 26, lS'.is. The number to right
of iittiiiC shows how many studies the
pupil is distinguished in :
First Grade?Miller Smith,3; Willie Du
vail, *2; John Smith. 3; Gary Oulbertson, 1.
Seeoud Grade?Joe VVhartoa, 3; Lola
Henderson, Cannon Nelson J; Mack
Snoddy. ?".; Algie VVinn.
Third Grade?Ella Wharton, I; Florido
Wharton,4; Tommy Baldwin, ; Ben An
derson, I; Loul Harris, l: Ray Anderson,
h Morrel Pearce I; Ola Gulbertson, I; Su
sie Kiddle. I ; Jon Smith 1.
Fourth tirade Daisy Lipford, 5; Clara
Winn, ?> . Will)iir Riddle, 5.
Fifth Grade -Minnie Culbertson, 3; Jas.
Snoddy, .!; Frank Pearco, Hurrel An
Sixth Grade Fannie Anderson, 3; Vash
ti Fuller, 3: Lizzie Wharton, 3j Willie
McNeil, .' . Salli? Kuller, a; Patrick Snod
Seventh Grade ?Lucy Anderson. ?".: Lyd
ia Mlxon, 3; Belle Wharton, 3: .las. Lowe,
2; Marie Henderson, '2; Mabel Nelson, I;
Faul Anderson, I.
Eighth Grade Savannah Lowe, Clara
Wharton, Motu Smith, 2.
The following are perfect in spelling!
Fannie Anderson, Lucy Anderson, Min
nie Uulhertson, Willie. McNeilo, Patrick
Snotltly, Lydia Mi Nun, Mane Henderson,
Mabel Nelson, Vosllti Fuller, Helle Whar
ton; Clara Wharton. Lizzie Wharton.
J. V. BuYSON. Principal.
Miss Mamie Olardy, Assistant.
FROM TIIF. SOUTH CAROLINA
Tho following is the standing of
tho Laurena hoys in tho South
Carolina College, as shown hy tho
j^PenwBr Class?J. W. Ferguson,
Jr., distinguished In Geology, Pol
itical Economy, Logic, Ethics, His
tory and Pedagogics; proficient in
History of Philosophy.
Sophomore Class?E. P. Min tor,
distinguished in History Latin
ahd Greek j proficient in English,
Maehematics and Chemistry.
R. B. Pasley, distinguished in
J. A. Stoddard, proficient in His
tory, Mathematics, Latin and
A. C. Todd, distinguished in His
tory; proficient in Mathematics
B. J. Wells, distinguished in
English, History, Pedagogics and
Latin; proficient in Chemistry and
As a whole tho examinations
have hoen very satisfactory to
both Professorsand students. Some
have failed to come up to tho re
quired standard, but wo are glad
to say that number is small. Tho
spring term has begun, and, to use
thoir own expression, tho students
are settling down for tho " home
Tiik Advliitjskr is a conslaot
visitor to our table. Its coming Is
eagerly looked for hy tho Latirens,
boys and it is perused liko a letter
from home.lt is our principal source
of learning what is transpiring in
the county and we wish tho coun
ty correspondents would writo of
The State Central Executive Com
mittee of the Prohibition l'arty of
South Carolina, have called a State
Convention of said Party to be held in
Columbia, S. C, on the 14th day of
April at 8 P. M., in the llalj of tho
House of Representatives for the pur
pose of nominating a State Ticket to be
submitted to the Voters in the next
"General Primary Election." The Pro
hibitionists of Laurens county are
earnestly requested to meet at Latirens
O. II., on Thursday, April 7th at
11 o'clock to ele'et delegates to the said
Convention. Let all who can attend.
Stobo I). Gablinoton,
Johnson's Chill r,erf fe
ver Tonic is a ON K* DAY
Cure. It cures the most
stubborn case of Fever In
IN BRIEF?VISITORS AM) HOME
Don't forgot tho Opening at tho Cot
ton Mill Store to-morrow.
Ool. T. B. Crows went to Greenville
for a brief stay on Friday.
Mr. Loon Hut lor, of Lockhnrt Shoals,
spont Sunday in the oity.
Mr. W.A.Johnson visited relatives
in Darlington last week.
Dr. O. H. Mayer, of Newborry, was
in tho city on Tuesday last.
Lowis W. Simkins Esq., attended
Court at Greenwood during last week.
General J, Q. Watts spont last Wed
nesday ni^ht in the city.
Tho llrst Spring Opening, at the
Mill Store to-morrow.
Remember the base ball meeting at
Dial iV: Ferguson's store to-night.
"Citizen" should have sent his name
to secure the publication of his com
It is suggested that war talk had Its
influence on tho temperature last
Our South Carolina Collogo letter
shows the Laurons boys doing honor
to themselves and tholr county.
Dr. Grillith and family left Laurons
on Friday to make tholr homo at
Ool. George S. McCravey was regis
tered at the Joromo, Columbia, on
The Equalization Hoard woro hard
at work during last woek. Thoy will
comploto thoir work probably to-day.
Mr. W. R, Oathcart returned to Co
lumbia a few days ago after a visit to
bis daughter Mrs. W. D. Byrd, of Lau
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Simkins woro
called to Greenville last week on ac
count of the illness of their sister-in
law Mrs. Robert Moorman.
The Columbia Dailies of Sunday ex
ploit that old Hill Rose, thoir hero of
throe wars, is again ready for the
A poster occupying a conspicuous
place in the Post Office calling for re
cruits for the army and navy attracts
Mrs. W. V. Wheeler and Miss Jennie
MoCaw, of Greenville, have boon for
several days the guests of Mrs. J. H.
Easter is tho Sunday which succeeds
the Full Moon which falls on or after
tho 21 st of March. Good Friday is
tho Fr.day proceeding Baster.
Mr. F. P. McGowan is making addi
tions to his homo in Brooklyn- Tho
site of Mr. McGowan's rosldenco is
one of the prettiest in the city.
A series of sorvtcos embracing Wed
nesday Thursday and Friday eve
nings ia to bo held In the Presbyterian
church this woek.
McCullough, of Greenville, prospoct
lvo prohibition candidate for Gov
ernor, spoke in Charleston on last Fri
day night at tho Y. M. O. Hall.
Mrs. J. Warron Hlakolcy, of Tylors
vlllo, has returned from a visit to her
daughters, Mrs. Bnssand Mrs. Wilson
below Augusta, Ga.
The Attorney General In a case com
ing up from Dorchester rules that the
county Treasurer is entltcd to $1.00 on
every execution ho Ifsuos against the
Mrs. J. 1). Adams Is opening out a
beautiful lino of millinery in the roar
of the New York Hacket Store. Mrs.
Adams is a lady of muoh tasto and ex
perlenee in Millinery and her estab
lishment bids fair to bo popular.
The Gotton Mill Store is already as
suming j?fda attire and will be tho
most attractive place In tho city to
morrow, which is to be the great
Opening Day of tho now season. Ho
euro to drive out and have a look at
tho beautiful things.
The Hoard have completed the Pen
sion Roll for this county. As ap
proved it contains 220 names. Lau
rons Township 48, Waterloo. 84, Cross
Hill 20, Votings 84, Dials 84, 8cufile
to wn 10. Hunter 0, Sullivan 32, .Lurks
4, Of this number 102are widows, f
Tho Orphan's Home Oonforonce was
held last woek In Atlanta. A number
of prominent men in Orphanage work
woro present from several states of
the Union and a pornianont organiza
tion was effected. Dr. W. P. Jacobs,
of tho Thornwoll Orphannge, wa9
chosen Prosldont, a well doservod ac
knowledgoment of the great results ho
has accomplished in Orphanage work
A paper read by Dr. Jacobs beforo tho
body also made a very lino impression.
In tho coming primaries the follow
ng ofiicu aro to bo contested for in
Laurons: Treasurer, Auditor, Super
visor, County Superintendent of Edu
cation, Judge of Probate and throe
members of the House of Representa
tives Henator Wallace, Clerk Holt,
Sheriff McCravoy and Coroner Fergu
guson hold over for two moro years.
Auditor John R. Flnley, an ofllclont
gentleman, who has glvon entire sat
isfaction, we are advised, will not seek
The Laiireiis County Medical So
ciety held its regular bi-monthly moot
ing on Monday. The attendance
wns good and several interesting cases
Delegates to the approaching meet
ing of the State Association at Harris
Springs on April 18th were elected as
follows: Drs. J. R. Smith, J. J. Boozer
J. W. Davis. A. J. Christopher, T. L.
W. Bailey. J. Q. Wilbur.
Dr. Smith as Chairman of the dele
gation will make the address of wel
come to the State Medical Association.
Opening of Spring Millinery.
Mrs. J, 1). Adams will be pleased to
havo all the ladies call,Thursday, Mar.
81st, 1808, and inspect her Opening dis
play of all the latest novelties in Mil
linery at Mr. II. Terry's store .
A Big Meeting.
This afternoon at 4:30 all perBons in
torostca in the matter of Insurance
ratos In the elty are reqitoBted to moot
In tho Court Houso. It is a question of
economy to he considered and a large
attendanco la expected. Leading citi
zens aro leading in* the matter.
Camp W. D. Simpson, )
United Sons of Confederate Veteran? \
There will be a meetingof the above
organization at the offices of Ball &
Simkins on Friday evening April 1st.
at H o'clock p. m. Let there be a full
attendance as matters of importance
will fee up for oonaideration. Applica
tions for membership will also be in
L. W. SIMKINS,
0. D. IvARKsoAi.K, Adjutant.
COTTON MILL LOCALS.
1 lioro is a good deal of sickness
just at present.
Mr. J. W. Meetzo, whom we re
ported being sick some time ago,
wo are sorry to say is not much
Mr. Ellis Wilson has beeil quite
sick for the past two weeks with
pneumonia, hut is butter at this
Mr. Dudo Martin has been very
low also, with pneumonia. He 18
also some bettor.
Mr. Austin has boon vory bad
for probably six weeks, but the
writer has'nt beon able to learn
what has boon his trouble. *
Also, Mr. P. A. McSwain has
beon sick for a day or two, but I
think ho looked almost too well to
got much sympathy.
Mr. Edwards and family havo
moved from hero to Arkwright.
Cotton Mill, Spivrtanburg, S. C.
Also, Mr. Isaac Dunn haB sev
ered his connection with tho Mill
and gono to Augusta, Qa.
Mr. Albert Hughes has moved
hero from Enorco Cotton Mill.?
We are glad to weloome you here
Albert, but. you should have been
hore before now.
Mr. E. W, Dendy and family
are going to change from here to
Enoree. I would not attempt to
advise, but it seems we should not
worry in well doing. We hate to
see thorn go.
Mrs. Laura Ilairstoii, of Ora,
visited her brother, Bob Compton
a few days ago.
Mr. Bass, the efliciont manager
of the Company's Store has re
turned from tho North, where lie
has been to solect Iiis Spring
goods. Watch his ad.
This is the most accommodat
ing place 1 over lived at in my
life. We can actually sit in our
houses and buy more in five min
utca than we could pay for i.i six
months, but strange to say we are
not considered citizens of the
town, but I don't think anybody
has been crying.
In reply to Mr Gilsouwould say
t hat probably there might be a few
people t hat won Id rather look at
the Pedestrian with one eye than
to hear him speak ono word. But,
I hope, however that all are not
so disposed. I have beon wrest
ling for several years as Jacob
wrestled with the Angel, trying to
learn how to guess, but I never
before heard of a school that
JO H TVS ON'S
In One Day.
Rev. J. L. Hardy filled his regu
lar pulpit at Leesvillc church last
Miss Alice Mlakcley, who is
teaching in the upper portion of
the county, was visiting her fa
ther's family a few days ngo.
Misses Octave McQuOWn and
Minnie Cunningham who have
been quite sick for the past few
weeks, wc are glad to say are both
Because Mr. Hampton Holland
has another little boy at his house
he prays them to excuse him from
going to the war.
WcJave been having very line
sprinj^weather and farm work is
progressing very rapidly in this
Wc would ask the correspond
ents not to shake the political tree
too soon, for if they do tho candi
dotes will fall oil" before they get
In One Day,
NEWS FROM YOUNGS STORE.
As you havo no correspondent
from Youngs, I shall try to give
you a few dots, though news is
very scarce now.
The farmers aro busy preparing
their land for planting.
There has beon a quantity of
grain sowed through thib section.
Mrs. E. W. Martin, of your elty,
Is visiting at Mr. F. B. Martin's.
Miss Suo Wallace has Just re
turned from a pleasant visit to
Mrs. A. B. Stewart's at Jachin.
Mr. F. B. Martin lost a valuablo
horse last week. This Is a severe
loss to be sustained by farmers
who receive five cents for cotton.
Tho Wallace Lodge Klgh School
is progressing nicely under the ef
ficient care of Mr. jp, C. Dibble,
Principal and Mius Bessie Durroh,
With the exception of a few
chills, tho health of our commu
nity la very good.
\ Cures Fever
Receipts and Disbursements
City of Laurens, C
For the Fiscal Year, Beginning
March 15, 1897, Ending March
Tuxes?Real and personal, $ 7,7:12 7.1
" Stroet, r?77 00
" Dog, "?l on
Licenses?Special, 3,417 s.">
" Dispensary, 8-11 00
Rental ?Opera Hall, 180 00
" Harber shop, 80 00
Criminal dooket?Finos, 1,381 4?
Sale Of T. C. IMpe, :ill III
Work done for other than olty, 78 80
Gash received from C. P. W.
on advances, 2,680 01
Dividend on Telephone stock, f> oo
Borrowed, 1,150 00
On deposit last annual report, 840 ^7
Cash on hand, f>7 38
Street work, otc , $ * 2,707 SS
Matorial, ?3,417 21
Bridge and bridge repairing, , 806 00
Guard house, ? 08 O.'l
Light and lighter, 120 15
Firo Department, 7 1 !?.">
Engineers salary, (Ii? 00
Team food, 575 -1
Wagon and gear*, l'-)y< f>7
Salaries, v 2,595 70
Police and council chambers, KU 0!?
Advertising and Printing, 7.'l 2.*?
Stationery and books, ?8 77
Aseossing board, 30 01)
Hoard of hoalth, 12 00
Sundrios, 16 20
Medical bill and charity, 80 10
Firo insuranco, 17.'! 25
Opora hall, 5 36
Telephone root, 13 50
Extra police, .r>0 lf>
Police holmots, 12 75
Lawyers feos, 84 25
Interest on bonds and othors
notes, 7:?0 7.'<
Bonds retired, * 1,500 00
Note paid, ?1,000 00
License and line romlttod, 25 00
R. H. Hudgens' taxes and li
cense remitted, 50
Paid on road maohlno, V 1,670 00
Paid Laurens band room ront, 16 00
Cash advancod Commissioners
of Publlo Works, * 1,216 20
In bank now, ** 1,121 82
Cash pn hand pow, 57 77
I g t (. I.. U. Ham.k.
j M' ) City Clerk.
O. B. Bobo,
C. II. Roper, , Com. on Finance.
F. I*. McGownn,
Why take Johnson9?
Chill & Fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
\ost stubborn case
hi ONE DAY*
Notices of candidates for otliee under (bis
bead must Invariably be accompanied by
the fee, Tiikki: Dol.LAUB.
KOK COUNTY BUPERINTEN
DENT OF EDUCATION.
1 hereby announce myself us
u candidate for re-election to the
oillcfi of County Superintendent
of Education, subject to the re
sult of the approaching Demo
cratic primary election.
L. T. H. Daniel.
FOE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
To tho Kdltor of The Register.
We see that a convention of the
friends of prohibition in the State
will moot iit an early tiny, and
that amongst other things they
may do will be to nominate a ticket
to be voted for at tho Democratic
Primary Election, tshouM the
Convention fake KUCh action, we
wish in behalf of many supporters,
to suggest for tho plaee of Attor
ney General, one of the foremost
young lawyers of the up-COUntry,
now in the prime and vigor of
young manhood, standing high in
ihe profession of high moral, char
acter, :m advocate of temperance
in theory and in practice, of posi
tion in society and church, ami one
wlio will, if elected, do bis whole
duty to the commonwealth, ami do
honor to his co stituents. Wo sug
gest th?> name 01 Hon. 0. 0. Peath
erstone, of 1.nun us.
March 22, 181)8.
Our cotton mill enterprise pro
gresses nioely. The subscribers
held a meeting on the 10th inst.
and fully organized by electing a
board of nine directors consisting
of A. S. and J. S. Peden, Dr. H.
ti. Shaw, J. A. Cannon, J. R.
West, R L. Meares, J. F. Sloan,
P. C. Poag and J. W. Shell. The
oflicers of tho above board are ,J.
W. Shell, President; A. S. Podeu,
Vice-President; aud P. C. Pong.
Secretary and Treasurer. The
charter will bo obtained shortly
and the company known as the
"Fountain Inn Manufacturing
Company," hope to begin work
about the 1st of April. The capi
tal stock at the start is $50,000 to
install a 8,000 spindle mill, later
to bo increased to 5,000 spindles
costing $7?,000.? Fountain Inn
cor. Groonvillo Mountaineer.
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
diseases put together, and un
til t he last years was supposed to
bo incurable. Kor o great many
years doctors prououeed it a local
disease, ami prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly tailing to
cure with local treatment, pro
nouced it incurable. Soienee has
proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disoase, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment'?
Hall's Catarrh Cure,manufactured
by K. J. Chonoy oc Co., Toledo,
Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure in the market . It is taken
internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system. They offer One
Hundred for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for circulars and
F. J. CHENEY, & CO.,
t-Mf" Sold by Druggists, 7f>c.
Johnson's Chill and Pe
vcr Tonic is a ONB-DAY
Cure. It cures the most
stubborn case of Fever ia
SAM TACKLES BOB.
Sam Jones has struck a sung.
Ho ought to have known belter
thsn to tackle Hob Taylor, who
can mako the English language,
ns Brunn says, "crack like a new
Salt pet re Sain jumped on Bully
Bob for his abuse of tho pardoning
power and then the fur flew, It
looked as though the more preten
tious war centres WOUld -be ig
nored. The Governor said that if
it had not been for the pardoning
power bam Jones would have been
In hell long ngo?-vfbr Sam had
practically confessed as much him
self. Ho then went on to intimate
that if Sam said much more he
would produce the record on him
and would givo a new inflection
to his voice tho next time he began
to sing " Amazing grace."
In the meantime Sam has turned
to tn ?? gospel and let tho Governor
idone.? Augusta Herald.
If P0ports bO true, and wo be
lieve they are, about two more
Union young men leave next week
to find partners for the voyage of
life, one goes to tlalVey and one to
Clinton. Wo are pleased to boo
these young men take this stop in
life. Both are olevor young men
ami success in life depends upon
their ow:-. efforts, Young gent le
men you are preparing to take the
first proper step, follow it with a
succession of others, aud you will
not have reason or eause to regret
the move in your old age.?Union
Furniture?The Vacant Spot.
Your homo has Homo spot that,
needs a chair, We supply com
fortable, otld chairs at comforta
ble, odd prices.
See our 181)8 Spring selections.
S. M. <fc E. H Wilkos & Co.
Laaily, Quickly, Permanently Restored
MAGNETIC NERVINE ?
antec lo Cure Insomnia, Fits, Dir/iness, Hysteria,
Nervous Debility, I.ost Vitality. Seminal bosses,
I- ulniv. Memory?the result of Over-work, Worry,
Slrkncss, Kriors ol Youth or Over-indulgence.
Price 60o. and It: 8 boxes $6.
Kor quirk, positive and tasting results in Sexual
Weakness, Imnotency, Nervous Debility and t.ost
Vitality, use BLUE LABEL SPECIAL?double
strength?will Rive strength :\nd toma \o every part
and effect a permanent cm e. Cheapest ana best,
too Pills ti i by mall. u?r*Ai*1*NNMr<>
FREE?A bottle of tho famous Japanese Liver
P< Ike. wdl be given with a f i box or inort of Mag
ii. tiv Nervine, frt \ Sold only by f . ,
Hn^B F. l'Qooy, l^agghity^^Agont^
A Paw Paw, MiohigftD man had
a barrel of whiskey on hand when
tho country wont "dry" last fall,
soys the Dotriot. Free Press. Hi
peddled milk among his neighbors
und lining a little short one morn
ing put in some whisky. Tho next
morning his customers took all
the way from three to five quarts
apiece, und had fifteen chances to
sell the cow that gavo tho milk.
'The next morning he found ut
one place tho whole family sitting
op the fepoe waiting for him.?
Thoy had all the dishes in the
hou8o with them and took all the
milk he had left. There was a
great demand for his milk, hut he
know it couldn't last, so he sold
his cows?a deacon taking one at
$500?the rest of the heard sell
ing nearly as well < and quit.
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from S
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DA Y.
The Laureus County Alliance is
hereby called to meet the first day of
april next, at 11 o'clock with Power
Alliance. All sub-Alliances are re
quested to send full delegations and
all AHlancomen are invited to attend.
M. A. SUMMBRGLi
President, L 0. A.
Sunny South Stovo? aro as good as
they woro twenty yoars a^o, but bo
S. M, & E. II. Wilkos & Co.
Freight paid $10.00 up.
Ladies, yen will be pleased and so will
your friends if you wear a pair of Hel
ton slippers. See them at Davis, Koper
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
State of South Carolina.
COUNTY OF LAURENS.
Not ice is hereby given that by
order of Judge W. 0. Bonet, dated
February 28, 1808, an Extra Term
of the Court of Common Pleas for
Laurons county will bo holden at
Laurens, 0. H,, commencing at
10 o'clock a. in., April 10th 1898,
for the trial of such eases and the
transaction of such business as
shall not require a jury.
JNO. F. BOLT,
0. 0. 0. I*. L. C.
March 2sth, 1898?'M.
All persons having claims
againsl tho estate of tho latn Capt,
Albert Dial will presctil them to
the undorslgued duh proven.
\v. H. Dial,
Jam ice A. Dial,
March 21, 1898?3?.
Perry Hill, colored, and family are
under contract with the undersigned
to servo mo as laborers for tho current
year, l'er-ons employing, hiring, or
harboring them, or any one of them
will be proceeded against according to
LEW IS A HE HC ROM Bl E.
Mar. 21, 1898?21
C, N. & L, R. R.
to take effect Janui 72-1,1898,
Daily Except Sunday,
Laurens, Le 1 45 p m (( 09 a m
Clinton, 2 10 0 88
Newberry, 2 67 7 60
Prosperity, :) lit 8 ir>
Little Mountain, 11110 * 10
White Hock, :t 65 II 12
Columbia, Ar i 10 1010
Daily Excki'T SUNDAY,
Le 11 00 p in r> 00 p in
White Kock, II 2H
Littli Mountain, 11 45
Prosperity, 11 68
Newberry, 12 10 7 25
(llinton, 12 50 8 60
Laurens, Ar 1 10 10 00
w. o. Childs, Superintendent)
J u. Nolan, Train Master.
\V? nu longer supply our seeds to dealers to
I 1 f gull ;:.;;:;:!. At UlO same time, any
i ov.3 who Uns bought our seeds of their
local dealer during cither 1S06 or 1897 will
r Manual of "Everything for the
Unrdca " tor IS98 rjtjicjn provided they
apply by letter * l\DD and give the
name of heal merchant front whom
ihey bought. To all others, this magnlfl*
cent Manuel, every copy of which costs us
3D cents to place In your hands, will be sent
free on receipt id 10 cents (stamps) to cover
1 p istage. Nothing like this Manual has
ever been seen here or abroad ; it is a book
of 2?'ii> pages, contains BOO engravings of
seeds and plants, lia.Stly new, and these at e
supplemented by u full size colored plates
of the best novelties of the season, finally,
OUrl "SOUVENIR" SEED COLLECTION
will also be sent without charge to all appli
cants ! ?iding 10 cts. lor the Manual who will
state where they saw this advertisement*
Postal Cnrd Applications Will Receive No Alltnllon.
Collect your thoughts about tho
scare over the Cuban Wan, and
sen if it wouldn't be well for you
to give your wife a Sunny South
Stove to cook on. while you aro
lighting for your country. Sohl by
S. M. & E. II. Wilkos & Co.
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chi/1 and Fever
Tonic cures in ONF DAY.
Dr. Rolfe B. Hughes,
Offices?Todd Building, Phono 75; and
Laurens Cotton Mills Store, Phouc 100.
Specially prepared for Exauiing
and Treating diseases of Eye, I5ar,
Throat and Nose.
Sawing and Lumber.
Prompt Sawing by W, n. Byrd.
Moves his Mills when wanted. Quick
delivery of rough lumber.
Terms satisfactory, See the sub
w\ 1). IIYRD,
Tho Methodist Parsonage and church
property?within 400 yards public
Square-South side Main Street. 1 land
some new dwelling, three acres of laud.
One of the most valuable and desira
ble lot or lots in the city of Laurens.
For further information and terms ap
ply to Dr. YV. II. Dial or O. It. Sim
mons, Laurens, S. C.
fei 7^/^T^> KES?RES VITALITY
J^r r< \ ^3*,** Made a
M Well Man
^ of Me.
LTRKN'CII REMROY produces I lie above result
In 30 days. < in es Nervous Ji Mit\tJmf>oleury
I arieocrle, Failing Miiimtr. Slops .ill drains am)
losses caused by errors of youth, h wards oil In
sanity and Consumption, vouue Men regain Mate*
? o ..I niul Old Men recover Vouilitul vigor. Ii
??.ms vigor and size to shrunken organs, and r, t -
? in.111 Im liie incss or in h i i.u . . 1 ? ' <aiiie<lin
vest ... t. p.,. c rn PTC ' >'? xc ?
I, mi i lain |i;u k- OU b I O. k . . w itli
written guarantee. DR. JhAN 0'NARRA, Paris
Dr. B. V. I'osoy, Druggist, sale Agon*,
Laurens. S. C.
As the time is drawing near for clos
ing the public scho il->, 1 wish to speci
ally call your attention to Section 12,
page 12. of School law which requires
every toschor lo furnish a complete roll
of all pupils ili it have attonded Sch >ol,
Riving name of pupil and number days
the pupil has attended school. This
roll must accompany teacher's last
monthly report, ami trustoes aro earn
estly requested to insist on this boforo
approving the (dosing ropnrl of each
school, thus saving trouble and expense.
L. T. II. DANIEL,
County Supt. Education.
March 15, 1803?3t.
Of all /?'iuris. New Hooks
at Publishers prices. 6rood se
cond-hand hooks at about half
Not at Agents figures but at
prices to suit the bar d times. We
have a first-class machine we
sell for $35.00 with a guaran
tee f$r 5 yeijirs. Will seiy^^