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W. W. Ball,
LAUHEN8, S. C. Oct., 25, 180?.
There are five great wars now pond
ing, one Id South Carolina of a moral
character, where the public is agitated
over tho conduct of a groat pu ij,IC 111- .
atUution ? the Dispensary?and iho
fight is for good morals and common
honesty, tho public waiting to pass
judgment upon th?- evidence. In Ken
tucky ant Ohio the battle is on be
tween Democracy and Republicanism
?economy and honesty against trusts,
oxtravagance and dominion. Uncle
Sam, this great Power, wages war
with the sword to establish her sov
ereignty in the far East over the re
bellious Filipinos. Uncle Sam Is tech
nically right. Qrenii Britain car
rlos tho aword to Africa against
the little Dutch Republic. Britain is
wrong. It Is a kind of grand larcony,
with murder on a national scale. Brit
ain will win. Right stands no show
against might, as this world goes. The
event determines tho right. But this
State has the light of lights?the oth
ers aro littlo affairs in comparison.You
j. may control tho titles and tho ocean by
jetties and walls of stone and mortar.
You can never administer a million
dollar business in the name of the
Stato, over her ontire borders, with
honesty and without scandal.
The Evening Telegram.
The Telegram is a new plunge into
journalism in Spnrtanburg. The first
number bears date October 18, and
has a business look and is edited with
good sense. It prognosticates well and
wo wish it woll. Daily $4, quarterly
$1.00. Olbson Catlctt, Managing Edi
The War on the Congurec.
Ha/.eldcn and Black of tho Dispen
sary havo returned tho firo of Out/..
OtltC is roported five by four In di
mensions and Is a good target. But
IJa/.oldon uses only blank cartridges as
yet. Homust change his ammunition if
ho would penetrate Outz's hide. But
it Is an all round spirited affair.
Noal was indicted in three eases last
week by Uiehland's Grand Jury. Two
cases for Breach of Trust and one for
not turning over funds to his successor.
Neal was sick and his counsel had busi
ness olsowhero, and so there was a
continuance Neal's sickness was a
good excuse, aside from the fact that
counsel could not bo expected at two
places at the same time.
Laurens county is much inclined to
race riots, Tho last was near Water
loo. It was said that certain white
men took a Negro out and whipped
him and that the friends of the
whipped man threatened vengeance.?
Of course the white men of Laurens
will not allow a Negro to defend Him
self or family against violence.?Spsr
Our contemporary has stumbled into
a blunder, a rare thing for him. He
is usually clear sighted and clear
footed. The affair below Waterloo of
week before last was greatly exon
erated. Wo have had no race frictijn
It Is not to bo imagined thu4. there
is an adult In South Carolina so inno
cent as to bo surprised at tho rovela
. tlons of tho complacent Out/,.
r The State Dispensary was recently
moved to the neighborhood of tho Pen
J. T. Ladd, of Ottawa, Ills., wrote to
tho Governor asking him for a copy of
the Dispensary law and information as
to how it works.?The Daily Record.
Send Out/ rovelalions.
Mr. C. W. Chandler, of Cokos
bfiry, was in tho city Saturday
showing samplos of canned toma
toes put up by him this year.
Thoso who havo sampled thoni
pronounce them of exceptionally
Mr. Chandlor has a canning out
fit that cost $40, the capacity of
which is 40 to 50 dozen cans per
day. Tho cost of tho cans is very
little, and tho amount of toma
toos that can be grown on an aero
of land is practically unlimited,
Mr. Chandlor was offering th"o to
matoes to^t'to. -merchants at 95
krnnT$e--p"?'r dozen for threo-pound
oans, and says thoro is good money
in thorn even at that price.
It might bo well for thoso who
aro trying to abandon the all-cot
ton plan to see Mr. Chandler and
investigate this canning business
Notice of First Meeting of Creditors.
In tho District Court of the
United Statos for tho Northern
District of Illinois. In tho mat
ter of Dr. A. P. Saw) er Mcdicino
Co, bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
No. 1826. To the creditors of Tho
Dr. A. P. Sawyer Medicine Co.,
of Chicago, in tho county of Cook
and district aforesaid, a bank
Notico is hereby given that on
the 4th day of Octobor A.D., 18q9
the said Dr. A. P. Sawyer Medi
cine Co. was duly adjudicated
bankrupt; and that the first moet
t ing will bo held at my office, room
S04j No. 115 Monroo street, in
Ohioago, Illinois, on the S 1st day
of Octobor A. D. 1890, at 10
o'clook in tho forenoon, at which
time the said oroditors may at
tend, provo thoir claims, appoint
a trustee, examine tho bankrupt,
and transact such other business
as may proporly come bofore said
Frank L. Wran,
Bjl Keforeo in Bankruptcy.
Hf the gallant
Plr^^^io served th I
WB ^BrntTiT in with tho
Seminoles in 1830, Blxty-three
years ago. It was handed us by Miss
Burton, a daughter cf one of the gal
lant volunteers Tho pauor is yellow
from age, but woll preserved, and our
purpose is to record tho names of the
old horoos for tho sake of their de
scendants- "The Laurens Vo' teers'1
was a mounted company and ..?i ved
as part of a regiment bom this Siate
commanded by Col.Goodwin, of Colum
bia. Tho Saluda Regiment was the 40th
Regiment of South Carolina Militia,
composed of two battalions, lower and
the Head Quarters of the lower
at BryBOU S Old Field, near Mountville,
of the upper, Hamilton's, near Union
Church,tho regimental Head Quarters,
Boyd'8 Old Field, near Maddens. This
Regiment was commanded by Col. Tur
ner Richardson, aState Senator,Col. A.
C. Jones, afterwards Brig'r General of
militia. Col John Hudgeus, SherilT and
Represenoatlve, Co), Tandy Walker,
County Treasurer, Col. Mat .I ones,
County Treasurer, Col. B. S. Jones,
State Senator and SherilT and Col. B.
W. Ball commanding when the civil
war came and dissolved the militia or
ganization. Gen. A. C. Jones on his
return from Florida was made SherilT.
Ho was full of the martial spirit and
when seventy years old organized a
company and carried it to Kansas,
where thoy took part in tho troublous
times pending the organization of that
territory into a Stato. He was the fa
ther of the other Colonels of tho name,
and has many deseendanls in the coun
ty, among them Dr John R. Smith and
lion G. 1*. Smith, present Representa
tive In the General Assembly. Our pur
pose, however, is more particularly to
reproduce tho roll of the gallant Seml
nole volunteers. Their descendants
and relatives are still with us and will
be interested to recall their patriotic
spirit. We believe tho last one lias nn
swered the last roll-call, J. J. Mo
Gowan, the father of F. P. McGowan
of this city, as wo think, being the last
survivor. Richard F. Simpson, the Ma
jor, was a lawyer of this city, and on
his return was elected to Congress.
Col. Simpson, of Anderson, tho head
of Clcmson, is his son Hugh S*xon,
tho 1st Lieut , died a bachelor, and
was a great popular favorite- John
Campbell, the 2d Lieut., was an Irish
laddie, and a most interesting charac
ter. While serving in Florida, a for
iorn hope was called for and Campbell
was the lirst ollieer to ride to the front.
His charge was to carry dispatches
through the wilds of the State held by
the red savages to the Gulf coast,
where the United States Ships were
stationed, which he successfully ac
complished. The command returned
to this Stato by way of Canulen where
Campbell observed under an old shed
two beautiful brass 6 pounders.and im
provising a team he succeeded in
bringing one of them to I aurens.With
tho consent of the Adjutant General
ho organized a volunteer Artillery
company at Bryson's Old Field,
which was attached to and made
a part of the 40th Regiment, in
recognition of his gallantry on his
return the 10th Regiment presented
Cflmpbell with a sword. The last the
writer knew of this beautiful piece of
ordnance, was when used in tiring sa
t tes at a great secession meeting held
on tho depot lot in this city in
i he fall of 1800. It was carried
into the service and its history
lost. Nobody knows how it got out ol
this city. Campbell emigrated to
Mississippi. James Brcwstcr named
among the volunteers was a lawyer of
this town . Ho was the father of Pierce
M. Brewster, who emigrated to Texas,
was associated with Gen. Sam Hous
ton, tho President of that Republic,
held high otlice in that State and
served on the staff of Gen. Albert Sid
ney Johnson and was present when
that soldier was killed in battle. Wil
liam L. Wood, a private in the com
pany lived to take part in the civil
war and commanded a gallant com
pany. The 3rd Lieut-, Blihu Madden,
served the country in important civil
positions and died liefere the war.
Many of the gallant men whose names
appear on tho Roll emigrated to the
West; many wore known to the writer
rs noble citizens. We print the Roll
for tho benefit of their descendants,
sons and daughters, who should be
proud of their heritage. Hero is tho
Roll printed about 1837-38.
Richard P. Simpson, Major.
Adam Crane Jones, Captuin.
Hugh Saxon, 1st. Lieut.
lohn Campbell, 2nd Liout.
Elihu Madden, Ensign.
John P. Watts, Surgeon.
Ashley A. Cooper, 1st. Sergeant.
Tyra Manloy, 2nd S>sigcant.
Alexander H'iit, :ird Sergeant.
James Young, 1th Sergeant.
Clark B. Stewart, 1st Corporal.
Robert Todd, 2nd Corporal.
J, F. Capron, 3rd Corporal.
Tandy Walk?r, 4th Corporal.
Charles Alherson, J. Alberson, Jus.
Brewster, Anderson Bone, Charles
Bowen, Hiram Burton, Josiah Rurton,
Roherb F. Babb, Lo Marcus U. Boyd,
James Brown, Andrew Bolt, Andrew
Cox, Samuel Cooper, James Cheek, Al
soy Fuller, Jr., John Fuller, William
If. Fullor, Milton Fuller, William
Franklin, Hanson Fuller, John N.
Coldlng Thomas S . Greer, A.F. Glenn,
Allard Golding, Fleming Harris,Henry
llitt, Elijah Hall, William Hltt, Na
than Ingram, Dabnoy Jones, Charles
King, Thomas Lewis, Thomas Lindlcj ,
Robert Livingston, James Little, Wil
liam Lowe, John J. McGowan, Nichols
Moore, W. B. Colenian. David Nixon,
William Neoly, Braxtor. Often, Rich
ard Owen, Robert Ofthucn, Abner
Ridgeway, Clearson Shorley, Nowborn
South, John Summoroll, Alfred Smith,
Robert Simmons, John E. Smith, Til
man Smith, Minor W. Winn, William
I L. Wood, Samuol Workman, Joel
Weathers, Perry G. Waro, James Sims.
Aro grand, but Skin Eruptions
rob lifo of joy. Bucklen's Arnica
Salvo cures thorn; also Old, Run
ning and Fever Soros, Ulcors,
Boilo, Felons, Corns, Warts, Outs,
Bruises, Burns, Soalds, Chapped
Hands, Chjlblains. Bost Pile
cure on oarth. Cure guaranteed.
Sold by Tho LaurenB Drug Co.
Knew in? Time.
"A ragged boy about 10 yenrs old,"
hoj'h a correspondent of tho Detroit
Preti Press. "s:it on tho fence hi front
of an Arkansas "cabin, and Just as I
cniUO up his mother came to the door
and called 'Moses!' in a loud voice.
The hoy did not look around, and after
a minute s..e called 'AbrahamI' He
nitulc no move, and I was asking him
how far It was to Greenville when she
put out her head and called 'Lukol' lie
did m i appear to hear and had an
?wered ine thut it was seven mllos
when the mother raised her volcostill
higher and shouted 'Mark!'
" Vom mother is culling you,' I said,
as he paid no attention.
'? 'No, not me.' he replied.
" 'I'.ul who. then'/'
" 'My brothers over in ilie woods,
she's called i'or Moses, Abraham, Luko
im.I Mark Kha'll call for Phlletus,
Jeremiah, Jr.dao and Abel, and if they
don't come she'll yell out for Ananias,
and that'll menu me, nud I'll Jump.'"
Persians I live Mirrors,
Persia is the ideal place for n looking
glass peddler ?<> live and move and
have his trade, foi the Persians are as
fond of I ho i hlny reflectors as are sav
ages of heads. Kvery year hum mse
numbers of mirrors of nil sorts and
kinds are shipped into the country of
the sh.ih. Germany, France and Rol
glutn furnish most of tho supply. In
addition to having a fondness for soe
lllg themselves us looking glasses show
tlieill the Persians know no more pleas
ing parlor decorations thnn brilliant
mirrors In gilt frames. Some of the
Persian drawing rooms are so com
pletely hemmed in by great pier glass
es that visitors often heroine bewil
dered and try to walk through the
glasses down the long aisle that seems
to stretch in front. So humped noses,
knees and toes are not uncommon In
that land of oriental splendor and
lie (a suitor) Grammarians have
never been qultu sure of the proper
distinction between "I shall" and "I
w ill," but to my mind there Is no diffi
She- I don't quite know the distinc
lie (thinking he sees his opportuni
ty) Well, lake the question, "Will you
marry mo?" Supposing I ask you, your
reply would be not "I will," but?
She (emphatically)?I won't!-Judy.
Some of you who think you are well
up in spelling just to Hy to spell the
words in this little sentence:
"It is agreeable to witness the un
paralleled ecstasy of two harassed ped
dlers endeavoring to gauge the symme
try of two peeled pears."
Uead it over to your friends and see
how many of them can spell every
woid correctly. The sentence contains
many of the real pnx'/lers of the spoil
'flie trouble with most of us is that
we (brow musty old crusts on tho wa
ter and expect frosted cake In return.
- Atehlson Globe.
Took it to Herself.
^Stulib I made an awful blunder last
IVnu What was It?
stuiib \\ by. Tommy called me
about midnight and asked what tho
noise wna down stairs. 1 told him It
was the Ohl e:it.
Penn W as it 7
Slubh -No; it was my wife looking
for water. It took nto until morning
trying to convince lier thai I was allud
ing to I ho old e:il with blnek fur and
nine Uvea, Chlcnjjo News.
Tillen in Spain.
!;i Spain y ou can hecomo a nol leman
hy marrying n duchess, n marchioness
or a countess. The man who marries a
lady hearing one of those designations
lintnetPr.lely becomes Invested with the
an me rank. Von may obtain nobility
without money by those menus, it Is
hue. hut, generally npeiiklng, you will
IllKl it 0 bard task lo secure a titled
IVIf lllllt KH yotl are well provided with
It' Groonwoodexpects to do any
thing along the tobacco growing;
lino it is t ime people are bestiring
themselves. Tobacoo may be made
to pay handsomely in this county,
hut it can't pay unless proper
stops bo taken for the proper cul
tivation of it.?Greenwood Index.
And likewise Laurens.
Hisniarli's Iron Nerve
Wits the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy are not found
where Stomach, Liver, Kiduoys
and Bowels are out of order. If
you want, those qualities and tho
success thoy bring, use Dr. King's
NOW Lifo IM Iis. Thoy develop
ovory power of brain aud hotly.?
Only 25 cents at Luttrens Drug
Do not gripe nor irritate the alimen
tary canal. They act gently yet
promptly, cleanse effectually and
Sold by all druggists. 25 cents.
CHARLESTON A WESTERN CAR
olina Railway Co, "Augusta ami Ashe
ville Short Line." Schedule in effect
May 21f-t. 1800.
I.v Augusta.... .fMOnm 140 pm
Ar Greenwood.H 60phi .
i.v Anderson. 7 00 am
Ar l/iiuroii3. .. .1 20 pm . o am
Greenville. 3 00 pm 10 16 am
(llonii Springs. 4 30 pm
Spartanburg.8 10 pin 10 20 am
Hendersonvlllo.... fi o3 pm .
Asiioville.7 oo pm .
Lv Asiioville.8 2o am .
Spartanburg.u 45 am 4 10 pm
Greenville.12 ol am 4 oo pm
Aj Laurens.l 2o pm 78o pm
Anderson. ts lo nm
Groonwood.2 37 pm
Ar Augusta.5 lo pm 11 lo am
Ar A ikon.7 28 inn_
Lv Orcenvilio.12 ol pm
Ar Clinton. 1 67 pm
Nowborry. 2 37 pm
Prosperity. 2 62 pm
Columbia. 3 65 pm
fitirator. 6 13 pin
< lharloston.8 oo pm
f.v Charleston . 7 oo am
LnnoH. 8 31 am
Sumtcr. 0 35 am
Columbia . 11 05 am
Prosperity . 12 07 pm
Newberry. 12 20 pm
Clinton. 1 03 pm
Ar Greenville. 8 00 pm
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L. and C. AG. Rail
way, and at Sparenburg with South
For information relative to tickets,
rates, schedules, etc., address
W. J. CRA10, Gen. Pass. Agent,
O. II. Speights, Gen. Agent, Green
ville, S. C.
T. M. Emerson, Trafflo Manager,
"Actions of the Just
The fragrance of life is
vigor and strength, neither of
which can be found in a per
son whose blood is impure,
and whose every breath
speaks of internal troubles.
Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies,
vitalizes and enriches the
blood, gives a good appetite
and makes the weak strong.
Run Down " My husband was run
dcnvn in health and all tired out. Those
excellent medicines, Hood's Pills and Sarsa
parilla, built him up again." Mrs. H. L.
Mnvry, Tonvanda, Pa.
11.1't IMtla iSuro llv<>r III *; Iii?' tum IrriUUhlJJ ami
Oiily CHllioFliG t? lake ultlj. Uuwi'i Bar?n|i;irllln.
Tho County Treasurer's Books
will bo open for tho collection of
Stato, County and commutation
Road Taxes for fiscal year 189'.? at
the Treasurer's office from Octo
bor 15th to Doc. 81st 1899.
AU persons owning property or
paying taxes for othors in more
than Ohe Township aro requested
to call for rcciepts in each Town
ship in which they live. This is
important as additional cost and
penalty may not be attached.?
Prompt attention will be given
thoso who wish to pay their taxes
through the mail by cheeks,
inouoy orders, etc. Don't forget
to stamp chocks. Porsons send
ing in lists of names to be taken
off are urged to send in oarly as
the Treasurer is very busy during
the month of Decembor.
Tax Levy is as follows:
For State purposes, 5 mills
For Coustiutioual School
Tax, 3 mills
For Ordinary County Tax, mills
For Intorest on Railroad
Bonds, 84 mills
For past indebtedness, \ mill
Total County and Stato, 14 mills
Extra Tax for Laurens
City Graded School, 2J mills
Extra Tax, Fountain Inn
Special School, 4 mills
Extra Waterloo Special
School, 2 mills
For Sullivan Township 1 Mill
extra for Attorneys foo on Rail
road, making a total for this
Township lu Mills.
All able-bodied male citizens
bet ween tho ages of 21 and 00 years
aro liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.00; except old soldiers who nro
exempt at 50 years of age. Com
mutation Road Tax $2.00 in liou
of working tho public roads to be
paid at tho time ns seated above.
Come oarly and avoid the rush
it is said there will bo no exten
sion this time.
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 2, 1899?tf.
C, N. & L. R. R.
Schedule to take effeot July 23, 1809.
Daily bxorpt Sunday.
Laurens, Le 1 35 p in 0 00 a m
Clinton, 1 63 6 45
Newberry, 2 82 8 00
Prosperity, 2 47 8 30
Little Mountain, 302 0 00
White Rook, 3 21 ?30
Columbia, Ar 8 55 10 30
Leave Laurens, 4 00 p m.
Leave Parka, 4 10 p m
Leave Clinton, 0 30 p in
Leave Goldville, 0 f>0 p m
Leave Kinanl, 7 01 p m
Leave Gary, 7 10 p in
Leave Jahipft, 7 20 p m
Leave Newberry, 8 00 p m
Leave Prosperity, 8 30 p m
Daily Kxorft Sunday.
Columbia, Le 11 05 pm 12 30 a m
White Hock, 1137 122
Little Mountain, 1165 160
Prosperity] 1207 2 61
Newberry, 12 20 2 10
Clinton, 1 08 4 00
Laurens, Ar 1 25 4 30
Arrivo Laurons, 10 10 a m
" Parks, 10 00 am
" SlifltOPj .940 a m '
" Goldville, 0 17am
" Kinard, 0 05 a m
" Gary, 8 50 a m
" Jalapa, 8 4o a m
" Newberry, 8 10 a m
" Prosperity, 0 15 a m
Trains 52 and 53 run solid between Char
leston and Oroonvillc, making close con
nection for th*> North atSumter.
Train? 1 and 2 moke close connection at
Clinton with S. a. L. for nil points North
For further information, apply to
J. R. Nolan, Agent, Laurens.
W. G. Guilds, Superintendent,
Columbia, 8. C.
Jas. a. Sommefsett, Train Master,
Atlantic Coast Line.
Fast Lino between Charleston and
Columbia and Upper South
Carolina etui North
In Effect Jan. 16th, 1890.
(IoinoWest. Goino Kaht.
No. 52. No. 53.
tA.M. tP. M.
7 00 a in Lv Charleston Ar 8 on n m
?21 a in " Lanes " 620pm
940 am " Sumter " 6 13pm
11 00 am Ar Columbia Lv 4 00 pm
12 07 pin " Prosperity " 2 47 pm
12 20 pm " Newberry " 2 32 pm
1 03 p m " Clinton " 1 53 p m
1 5 p in " 1. 1111 * 11 " 1 45 j, in
3 00pm " Qreenville " 1201 pm
3 10 p 111 " Hpartanhurg " 11 45 a m
(107 p m " Winnsboro " 1141am
8 15 pin " Charlotte,N.(J. " ?35 a m
006pm " Henderaonvllle " ?Main
7 00 n in " Ashcvlllo " 8 20am
Noa. 62 and 53 Solid trains between Charles
ton and Greenville via the Atlantic Const
Line, Columbia, Newberry A Laurens It.
H. and Charleston A Western Carolina
IL M. KMKKHON,
General Pnasenuer Agent.
J. R. K15NI.Y, T. M. BMEBSON,
Qen'l Manager. Trafflo Manager,
When it comes to Stylo und Quality. We make .strong
statements about our Shoes, but wo always havo du? shoes
to baok them. You may bo ablo to get a Shoo at any Shoe
"Store that will w<>ar well, but you cannot got n Shoe olso
whero that oombines style, good wearing qualities and
for the inonoy wo ask. Our prices always the LOWEST
Qivo us a call.
J. E. J>Iii>tef & Bro.
Laurous, S. C, Oct. 18, 1899.
.1. 11. SULLIVAN,
U. A. SULLIVAN,
WE purpose to sell the host quality of Goods, at
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
WE HANDLE, IN THINGS TO WEAR:
Moots and Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions, Hats and
Caps, Clothing. Agents for COATS' SPOOL COTTON.
IN THINGS TO EAT:
Staple and Fancy Groceries, all kinds, pure in qual
ity and Honest in Value; Cigars and Tobaccos.
WE cordially invite tho public, town and county, to visit our
store, promising everybody fair and courteous roatment.
Tub IM.aok?Tonn Building?formerly Todd & Hull's stand.
Wo have boon very careful In selecting our stock and have
tried to get tho best GOODS for
Our lino is complete in
totagS, Mist Jtof?s* ?
Wo claim to havo up-to-dato Stationery at all prices. In
School Honks and Supplies wo have the largest, and best, stock.
%Wo give in CASH, or Exchange, tho best Price for Second
hand Hooks. We earnestly solicit, your patronage.
Wo remain very respectfully,
wiurato mm m
Laurons, S. 0 , Sept. Iii, 99. Next door to Davis, Roper Go's, old stand.
T. N. Barksdale Legs to anuounco that he has added to his
business a fully equipped and well-appointed lino of
A haudsome HEARSE has boon purchased, In the conduct
of funerals, good taste and judgment will govern and patrons aro
promised efficient and prompt service.
A vory large stock of Caskets, all prices and sizes, kept on
T. r^. BarkscLale.
00^" East-sido of Public Square
gjjW Tho stock of funeral suppllos is kept on tho lloor with Mr. Bar!:s
dalo's lino of vehlolos. Mr. R. P. Mllain has gonoral charge of thoso depart
ments and calls, day or night, Sundays and weok days, will havo instant atten
tion. At nights or Sundays, MPhone Mr. M Ham's residence.
THE OLD FIRM FIUTATli IlV 1>T>/\C1* will con
tho Undertaking business at the old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
am. ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
? --^--U)WEST PRICES. -3 -
A continuances of tho generous patronage hitherto extended ros
poctfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laureus,S 0.
WE havo just rooeived our new Pall lino of
Dry Goods, NOTIONS & MIL
und it will be Lo your interest t'> soo our Stock hoforo buying.
We make no extravagant claims, i>ttt by doing a Cash business on
a close margin, and carrying no accounts, we arc in a position to save
you money. Your patronage is solicited.
Three Doors West of Post Office.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over years, has borne tllO Signature of
-j/? ._ and lias boon made under Iiis per
/Qr^j^yf/T^^T*-^* sonal supervision since, its infancy.
^uZiryX /&UcSU/y. Allow ,m ono lo deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex
periments that trillo with and endanger tlic health of
Infants and Children?Experience against Experiment?
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
nnd Soothing Syrups, it is Harmless and Pleasant* It
Contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. I t relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency* It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea?The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THI CCNTAtA COMPANV, TT r.M.. NEW VORK CITV.
1 GO TO ^ .
WHEN IN NEED OF
Heavy and Fancy GJrocerJbs
Fruits, Etc., at
LAURENS, S. C, May 8th, 1800.