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Of Leurens Graded School for first
month ending, Oct. 13th, 1899:
First Grade-Ina Divis, Dora Qol
m-n, Shirley liix, lmogene Wllkos,
Hilary Barksdale, Mamlo Sox ton,
Frank Caioe, Olarenoo Crosby, Gary
Martin, Osle Sltgreaves.
Second Grade?Roy Bramlott, Julia
Connor. Mamie Crews, Pearlo Clardy,
LUIle Gilkerson, Kathorino Irby.Mary
Sullivan. Sadie Sullivan, Gertrude
Wright, Mello Young, Goorgo Garri
son, Frank Henderson, Henry Irby,
Clark Ml< tor, Russell Winter, Ken
Third Grado-Harah Babb, Hattio
Kate Eastorby, Lois Estes, Watkins
Estos, Roy Gray, Roy Simpson, Hen
Sullivan, Marion Wilkes, Ulchard
Fourth Grade ? Bessie Crews, Lil
lian Peterson, Ethel Riddle. Eliza
Sullivan, Louise Simpson, Ethel Sim
mons, Fannlo May Wright, Boyoe
Clardy, Samuel Fleming.
Fifth Grade?Robort Eichelberger,
Sixth Grade ?Olio Adams, Loree
Boyd, B'ancno Elliott, Ethel 8ullivan,
Joslo Sullivan, Kllio Walkor, Roseo
Wright, Frank Crisp, Copio Hondor
son, Pierco Irby, Grover Peterson,
Seventh Grade-Ina Little, Loulee
Mart in, I Jessie Shell, Annie Sltgreaves,
Edna Sitgreavep, Leva Wardsworth,
Clarence Bramlctt, Bon Martin, Knox
E-ghth Grado?Agnes Adams, Mary
Belle Babb, Emma Forguson, Josse
Hlx, May Little, Mack Irby.
Ninth Grade?Laura Barkfcdnle, Xo'
lio Bolt, Magglo Clardy, Kate Eichel
berger, Willie Jones, Muggio Sinilb,
Pearle Sullivan, Pope Irby, K.ugetie
Tonth Grade?Mary Garrison .
J. B. Watkins, Sept.
Thoso having children to begin the
first grado within the noxt few months
will please send thom now, as tho
teacher of the first grado has divided
the classes so as to be able to give spe
cial attention to those just beginning .
J. B. WATKINS,
TIN ION MEETING.
The next Union Meeting of the Sec
ond Section of Lnurens Association will*
meet with Bulah church on Saturday
before tho fifth Sunday in October.
W. L. HcCuen to preach the intro
ductory formon ; J. A. Martin t > preach
tho Missionary .sermon.
1st Query: What is the importance
of the holy spirit in the pulpit and in
2d Query : What should bo tho defi
nite aim in protracted meetings.
3d Query: Have deacons more au
thority than the privnte members? and
should thoy ba elected annually or in
L. Martin, Mod.
R. D. Boyd, Clerk.
The Union Meeting of the Fourth
Section of Liuue>s Association one's
with Bethabara Chu'ch, Saturday be
fore 5th Sun,lay m October, id 10 o'clock
in the fore noon.
1 . Devotional Exerciso.*, by J. K.
2. Enrollmmt of Delegat* s ar d or
3. Should Baptist Churches have By
Laws and written rules bearing on the
moral conduct of members??Opened by
J. W. Turner and J. R. Boyd.
3. Should a church exclude a member
for dancing??Opened by W. Pinson
and O. L. Wills.
Recess for ono and ?half hours .
Afternoon exercises consisted in?
1. Appointing committees.
2. Bow should the Pastor's 8alarv be
raised, and who should do it??By G. C.
Riser, M. Sumeret.
3. Hat Queries and Ropoits from the
eh ti robes.
Adj urn Sunday 10 a. m. Song ser
vice ; Sunday School Mass meeting.
Speakers to he appointed by tho Mod
11 a. in. Sermon by Rev. J. B. l'ar
rott; Rev. Estep, alternate.
J. II. WltAKTON,
E. L. Wells, Clerk. Moderator.
Beautiful lino of children and
infanta capos, sacques and cloaks
at low prices. At Mrs. Adams'.
"What's in a namo?" Every
thing, when you como tomodicino.
Whon you get Hood's Sarsapavilla
you got tho best money can buy.
100 pioco dinner sot, "Ursula"
brand wit h quantity of gold around
tho odges, gold hanelles, hand
painted. Sells for $12.00; our
S. M. & E. II. Wilkes & Co.
TO COTTON PRODUCERS.
We desire to state that we are pre
pared to storo and Insuro cotton. We
give receipts upon which the holders
can ^rrow money, or if preferred we
will advance it.
Will bo glad to servo you. Call and
Laurens Bonded Warehouse Co.
N. B. Dial,, President,
F. M. SbXTON, Manager.
Ono of our colebrated Stool
Ranges are doing tho honors in
tho kitchon of tho Clinton Col
logo. To uso thoir exprosion "we
aro much pleased with tho Range"
S. M. & E.H. Wilkes & Co.
Laurens, S. C.
NOTICE.?On September 1st. receiv
ed throe car-loads : First?Lime that
Is fresh, strong and white. Second
Rosondalo and Portland ccmont and
Master Paris. Third?Shingles, first
id second class.
H. E. GRAY.
Sept. 6th I8lp?6t
to state to my frlonds and
that 1 am in a position to
rs" for fertilizers.
1 Augustus H?pf.
I have ar&nged for the season a
Restaurant almy business place. Will
bo glad to 80S and serve all friends and
will ondcavor .0 please.
_B. C. CRISP.
Dr. ltolfe E. Hughes,
Offices?Todd building, Phone 75; and
Cotton Mi'Is Store, Phono 109.
Speoially prepared for Examin
ing and Trotting disoasob of Eyo,
15ar, Throat and Inoso.
the pros/ority of any town is in
Siizu.g hole enterprises, homo tal
nd homelndustry. This is what
nar all lur successful business
treach, aft it is "true a* gospel."
ichadvl"(lpplle8 with oqual forco
1 most iotM'.ficnntbusiness. Thoso
count thill thousands, as well as
ilac.ksiiihvl who spend their in
)f their labor with our
aliko entitled to the
air fellow-citizens. So,
it E. H. CREWS, tho
Iwlll do your work in
t prices that will corn
west, 'or same quality
, of stock used.
E. H. CREWS,
A Charming Evening at Tho Whist
The ro-organlzatlon of tho Bacholor
Maid's Whist Club for tho winter was
oomploted a fortnight ago and on Fri
day ovenlng this club, which contrib
uted greatly to the social lifo of the
city last winter, was so delightfully
entertained by MisaMary Waller Camp
that its future meetings must bo an
ticipated with much pleasure. The
onjoymont of thouvenlDg was enhanc
ed by livo gentlemen making a tie for
tho gentlemen's prize which was final
ly awarded to tho successful contestant
In a game tf pedro which was watched
with great interest by the remainder
of the guests. W. H. Andoraon came
off winner and has a beautiful silver
paper cutter as a eouvonlr of tho oc
casion while Miss Lilian Harris, who
scored twenty-ono out of about twenty
live games will spend pleasant hours
over a copy of "Dream Life." Delight
ful refreshments followed tho game
after which the prizes wero gracefully
presented by Dr. It. E. Hughes.
Among the guests were Misses Azilo
Wilson. Laura irby, Birdie Vanco, of
Louisiana, liirdio Jackson, of West
Virginia. Ferrin Farrow, Lll Harris,
Sara Hall, F.mmic Meng, Mrs. T. 0.
Blake, l.utio Jones, Messrs. It. Flem
ing Jones, Olarenee dray, A. J. Sit
greaves und It. V. Irby, Dr. GL 0. Al
bright, Dr. W. D. Ferguson, Dr. H. E.
Hughes, Dr. W. H. Wushington, T.
Dr? Evans to Lecture.
Tho ladies of the Wednesday After
noon Club are arranging for a course
of four lectures and a concert to bo
given in l.anrens from time to time
throughout the fall and winter. A sea
swL t icket gocd for all live entertain
ments will only cost a dcuar. The first
lector.) will be delivered next week by
Dr. Evans, to pastor of Trinity
church, Columbia. Dr. Evans is a
forcible and charming speaker aud has
made an enviable reputation as a
lecturer both in this and other Btates,
whenever ho has been heard in fact,
and the opportunity of hearing him at
the opera liouso noxt week should bo
embraced by everyone In the city. In
fact tho opportunity of attending tho
entlro course of lectures 1b a raro one,
especially In view of tho exceedingly
low price of cotton.
jtff you want an imitation of oil
or water colorod picture, si/.o 11
by 14 for 5 cents go to
Palmetto Drug Co.
A Happy Marriage.
The marriage of Miss Matilda Kny
to Mr. A. T. Molony, of Laurons, was
solemnized at 2 o'clock this afternoon
at the residence of the bride's moth' r,
Mrs. Laura Kay, only a few relatives
and the'mmediato friends of the con
tracting parties being present. The
ceremony was performed in a beautiful
and impr. SSive manner by Rev. M. Mc
Mr. Molony is a native ol Barn well
county, but came here two years ago
and accepted a position in tho dry
gocda establishment of T. II. Brook &
Co. lie accepted a posslion as book
keeper for S. M. & E 11. \Vil> es Je Co.
of Laurens, some months ago. The
bride is ouo of the most popular and
handsomo young ladies of our town
and has a host of admiring friends who
regret to give her up.
Mr. and Mrs. Malony left on tho
opening train for Laurens, where they
will make their future home. Tho
Chronicle joins their many friends in
wishing the happy couple a life of use
fulness and prosperity.?Honen Path
Chronicle, 18th Inst.
And The Advertiser heartily
joins in the good wishes.
Now hats in every week. Some
ones just arrived?prices right at
Your attention is called to a
carpet sweeper at $8.00 und $2.50
in S. M. & E. H. Wilkes & Co.
ad. this week.
His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent
citizen of Hannibal, Mo., lately
had a wonderful deliverance from
a frightful death. In telling of
it ho says: "I was taken with Ty
phoid Fever, that ran into Pneu
monia. My lungs became hard
ened. I was so weak I couldn't
ever sit up in bed. Nothing help d
mo. I expected to soon die of
Consumption, when I heard of
Dr. King's Now Discovery. Ono
bottle gave groat relief. I
continued to uso it, and ntn
now well and strong. I can't say
too-much in its praise."This mar
vellous medicine is tho surest and
quickest cure in tho world for al!
Throat and Taing Trouble. Regu
lar size 50 cents and $1 00. Trial
bottles frco at 1 ho Laurons Drug
Co. Every bottle guaranteed.
Bluestone in any quantity at
Laurens Drug Co.
These nights aro a littlo cool.?
You havo to havo some fire. There
is nothing nicer than a good com
fortablo Golden Rocking Chair to
sit and rock whilo you read your
paper. No. 845 at ?I.9B is just the
S. M. & E. H. \\ ilkos & Co.
Trash-movers knock out bile.
Tho Laurens Drug Co.
Several days ago a party of
northern capitalists mot Capt.
Dial, of Laurens, at Ware's
Shoals and inspected them. They
report that they woro dolighted
with t^o falls, and the hope is
cherished that they will speedily
orect a mammoth cotton mill.
With tho prospects brightening
for tho utilization of the water
power, now is tho timo for cap
italists vO turn their attention to
this section.Jones cor. Green
Get Multiplyor Onion Sets at
Laurens Drug Co,
Mr. H. T. Montjoy, of Enoreo,
S.G.had quito a nice lot of Ftirni
turo shipped him from S. M. & E.
IL Wilkos <fc Co , a few days ago.
The purchasing public aro finding
out whoro to buy goods.
Is hereby given under the provis
ions of tho criminal statutes of this
State, prohibiting tho entry on the
lands 01 tho undersigned for the pur
poso of hunting, or aDy othor pin peso,
on or aftor this dato.
W. H. Martin,
T. K. Todd,
J. D. Watts,
0. D. Barksdalo, .
B. W. Ball.
October 28rd 1890.
and brief notes of recent
Rov. N. J. Holmes was in tho city
Mr. W. L. Gray visited Grccnvlllo
Mrs. H. K. Aikon is vlsitl?g rela
tives in Charleston.
Mr. Haskell Dial visited friends at
WoodrulTs last week.
Mr. Ii. W. Simkins inado a business
trip to Nowberry last week.
Col. H. Y. Simpson has returned
from a short trip to Spartunburg.
Mr. James Park, of tho Greenwood
bar, was In tho clt? Monday.
Hon. L. W. Simkins is attending tho
Federal Court at Greenville.
Two hundred bales of cotton woro
sold yesterday at 7.25 and 7.35.
Mrs. Joe Bailey, and Misses Janle
and Laura Vance, of Clinton, spent
Monday in tho city.
Mrs. J. G. Brown and Miss Lll
Hrown, of Cross Hill, were tho guests
of friends in the city this week,
Tho socallcd small pox near Lanford
and Ora is not spreading and the icn
tatlon ii about over.
Yellow Fever is reported a; Yemas
feu, which wo believe, is in Beaufort
Tho Woodrull Stock Shew was
largely attended from Laurens and is
reported to have boon a groat success.
Mrs. Cockerel and children, of J .ck
sonville, Florida, are visiting M s. J.
Washburn's Minstrols Monday night
provod a good show and drew a large
audionco which laughed Hsolf almost
Mrs. Virginia Miller and daughters
have arrived in the city and are occu
pying Dr. McCoy's reaidonce on Main
Rev. Robert Adams and Col. J . W.
Fergueon represent the Laurens Pres
bytorian church at Synod which met
at Nowberry last evening.
Miss Mary Simpson came down from
Chicora College and spent last weeV1
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. P.
Mrs. Crawloy and children, of Hono
lulu, arrived from North Carolina on
Thursday to visit Capt. and Mrs. J. W.
P. P. McGowan, Esq ., has been ap
pointed a member of the Board of Fil
ueat'ton in placoof Prof. .f. B. Watklns
Policeman A. It. Simpson has re
signed his p'aco and gone to Knox
ville, Tonn., where he has a position.
He was a faithful officer.
Deputy Clerk, Jones P. Bolt, went to
the hanks of the Reedy on yesterday
to see his mother who has been quito
sick, but Is reported Improving.
Ben Cunningham, colored, charged
with tho killing of Morgan Cunning
ham, colored, has boon granted bnil In
the sura of $500.00 before Judge It. C.
Mr. W. D. Pyles, a young farmer of
Mountville, dropped in upon us and
speaks very hopefully of the futurj of
Mountville. Tnore is every reason
that it should grow.
A handsome residenco Is going up
on Irby Fill1, tho property of Mr. T.
D. Darlington. Lnurens is exceeding
ly glad that in future 8he can claim
Mr. Darlington as one of her citizen's.
Rev. Albert G. Wardlaw, pastor of
Westminster Church, Charleston, and
formerly pastor of tho Presbyterian
Church in this city, is a welcome visi
tor to the city.
A magistrate in Sumte r county
named Barrett has been removed by
the Govornor for "rottenness." His
trick was to collect finos and not enter
them on his books. Tho Grand Jury
found him out.
Mr. J. W. Ferguson, Jr., has return
ed from Poughkeepsle, N. Y., where
he has been pursuing a course at the
Kastman Business College. His many
friends in town are delighted to eoo
him back again.
A meeting of tho Daught ers of the
Confederacy has been called by tho
President, Mrs. W. E. Lucas, to ha
held at her rosidence at 1 o'clock Fri
day afternoon. Tho meeting is of un
usual importance and a full attendance
Is earnestly requested.
At the meeting of tho Ladles' Mis
sionary Union Of tho Enoreo Presby
tery at Greenville last week tho Lau
rens Presbyterian church was repre
sented by Mrs. W. L. Boyd and Mrs.
J. O. O. Fleming. Mrs. Fleming
was elected Treasurer of the union
for the coming year. It was also ar
ranged that the next meeting of tho
union will bo held with tho Laurens
Dr. Froderick A. Cook will contri
bute to the Novembor number of Mc
Clure's the story of his adventures with
tho Belgian Antartlc expedition of last
year. The membors of this expedition
woro the first men to pass a winter in
the Antarctic; they wore in tho south
polar ice-pack continuously for thir
teen months. Dr. Cook's article will
bo U ustrated from photographs taken
Laurens did great things at tho
Woodruffs fair. Mr. Warron Bolt's
trotting horse cnrrled off two purses
and Mr. Eugeno Hudgon's racer out
distanced every competitor nnd proved
herself the fleetest footed animal seen
on tho track in this section of the
state. Both of these horses will prob
ably show their speed at the Stato Fair
The Stato Fair. Put in your ontrloa
at once?by tho 20th.
Thanksgiving Day tho 30th of No
vember. Get your turkey ready. You
I can stuff him with fresh oysters from
Crisp's. Any of our many good groen
groccrs can furnish tho eranborries
and the celory. Congress assembles 1st
Monday in December. The fight is on
thon for tho next Presidency. A KU
keny cat scrimmage or a Filipino
skirmish, isn't a cfroumstanco. THE
ApVBftTISBR will glvo you a tasto of
tho choice bits. Subscribe at onco,
$1.00 In ud V?liee.
Have Your Pianos A Uuulcd To.
Mr. R. H. McCraoken, the accom
plished Piano tuner, well known In
Laurens, Is present In the city pre
pared to do any work In his line.
"Hope doferrod maketh tho
heart siok." Don't defer tho hope
of some day beautifying your
homo with pictures. Como and
seo our boautifnl Btook and all so
Laurens Drug Oo.
Wo keep on hand fresh vaccine
points and tubes of antitoxin.
Palmoto Drug Oo.
Some Seasonable Items.
Culture.?Plant the sets four
inohos apart in rows about half
an-iuoli deop and one foot between
tho rowH, but do not cover the sets
entirely. All varieties can bo
set out in the fall ns well as tho
Spring. Full planting of < nions
aro succeeding very vvoll in tln>
South, and should bo more gene
We strongly advise our custo
mers to give more attention to the
planting of onions, as thoy aro
proving a very profitable and sat
isfactory crop both for sale in our
homo markets and for shipping
Onions must be planted on clean,
rich soil for best results.
Silvor Skin.?Excellent variety
for family uso. Skin and flesh
pure white; mild llavor and globe
shape. The best white onion to
grow largely for sets. Choicest
Easton-grown sets 15 cents per
quart. Western grown 10 coots
per quart. Quantity prices on ap
Yellow Globe Danvers.?Stand
ard variety; globe-shaped, largo
in size. Ono of the principal
main crop sorts. Keeps well, and
is a most desirable er I able onion.
Price same as tho white.
White Multiplier Sets?10 cents
per quart. Will be higher in
Spring. This is hardy?-good
keeper and very prolific.
for wheat growers, 10 cents
per pound, threo pounds for a
quarter. There is grown annually
in the United States about, 550
million bushels of wheat from 10
million acres. Tho Wostorn na
tions of Europe require moro than
they can produce and aro our host
customers, taking 150 million
bushels. Wo pay closo attention
to our soed business and are mak
ing a reputation for selling
"SEED THAT GROW."
The Laurens Drug Co.
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 10, '99.
lie DoiIkfU (In- <( licit Ion.
The story Is told in The Church Re
view of a certain vlcnv near lllrmlng
hnin who had an amusing passage at
arms with Ills diocesan. It seems that
he had been In the habit of Issuing a
private manual of devotions In the
church without the bishop's consent.
On the front cover, be it said, was tho
uotice, in bold type: "Not to be taken
away. The property of the vicar."
By some means or another a copy of
the little book found Its way to the
palace, and a few days after the vicar
received a somewhat tartly worded
communication from the diocesan,
asking when his lordship had given
permission for the use of the mnnunl.
"My dear lord bishop," wrote the
vicar, "the same week that your lord
ship received tho manual, which, on
looking nt the cover, you will see Is
my property, my vestry clock also dis
appeared. If you will kindly send me
tho name of tin? person who stole my
manual it might lead to the apprehen
sion of tho person who stole my vestry
A Sonuleftn Country.
In spite of British rule, India Is still
virtually a soapless country. Through
out the villages of Hindustan sonp is
Indeed regarded ns a natural curiosity,
and It Is randy, If ever, kept In stock
by tho native shopkeeper. In the
towns It In now sohl to a certain ex
tent, but how small this Is may be
gathered from tho fact that the total
yearly consumption of soap In India
Is about 100,000 hundredweight?that
Is to say. every 2,500 persons use on an
average only 112 pounds of sonp
among them, or, In other words, con
siderably less thau an ounco Is the
average consumption a person.
It Is not what wo have, but what we
can do without, that makes us rich.
Socrates, seeing a large load dt valu
ables pasa ono day, exclnlined, "I am
most happy, for there are so many
things that I do not wnntl"
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incidont, of which
Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia,
was tho Biibjoct, is narrated by
him as follows: "I was in a most
dreadful condition. My skin was
almost yollow, oyes sunken,
tongue eoatod, pain continually in
back and sides, no appetite?
gradually growing weakor day by
day. Three physicians had given
mo up. Fortunately a friond ad
vised trying 'Electric Bittors,' and
to great joy and stirpriso tho first
bottlo mado a decidod improve
ment. I continuod thoir uso for
threo weeks, and am now a well
man. I know thoy saved my life
and robbod tho grave of another
victim." No one should fail to
try thorn. Only 50 conts at Tho
LftUrons Drug Co.
eins, aariiains, in
Shoes of all Qucilily,
Styles and kinds. All who expect to wear Shoes this
winter will save money and get right styles by going to
fl Good Idea
of our dow lino of decorated opal novelties may bo obtained from
the cuts shown. Can't do tho line full justice with pictures, how
ever. Tho strong points como out upon inspection. Prices are as
low as anyone could wish.
Laurens, S. C.
Grand Rapid's Hall Daring Carpot Swcopor,
Nicklo plated finish $800
.In pan od finish $2.50
Guaranteed to ploaso or monoy given Lack.
A (IrowKome SninernHdou.
A rumor goi abort in u village lu
Russia, no! far from the <Vnn:in fron
tier, thai (In- corpse of a woliiilll who
had recently been buried had turned in
the collln. Everybody in the vlllnge >t
only believed the riiinor, but nse..i)ed
tin- prevailing drought ::s the en go. A
vlllnge council was held, and ;t w. de
clded Hull the husband of the woman
should have (ho eotiln opened and the
body replaced In Us original position.
Tin- lin.> I ami, however, promptly re
fused, and nothing could persuade him
to yield to the unanimous wish of his
fellow villagers, whereupon the latter
took the matter in their own hands and
went to the churchyard to dig up and
open the rollln. To their great surprise
the hotly lay In its original position.
Their astonishment was not lei scucd
w hen the legal authorities appeared on
the scene ami opened an inquiry, with
si view of imposing punishment for the
desecration of the grave.
The winde neighborhood was pos
sessed with the idea thai newly buried
persons were to bin me lor tin; preva
lence of the dry weather, tor in anoth
er village, not fur off, a grave wns
opened and the eolilll unscrewed to
pour water on the corpse, The be
nighted peasants of tills Village were
of the opinion that this was (lie Pest
way to Induce the clerk of the weather
to supply them w ith much needed rain.
Knew u Thing or Two.
When a hoy in school, the late Mr.
Bptirgeon took a promluent part in an
swering all questions put to the class.
I One cold day, however, the teacher
noticed that he was so very hack ward
that he remained the whole time at
the bottom of the class.
'Phis went on for some time and puz
zled the teacher until he noticed that
the lire was near the bottom of the
class. lie Immediately changed the
class about, making the bottom the
lie then had the satisfaction of hear
ing all his questions fully answered by
Bptirgeon and that young hopeful
keeping the same seat, the only differ
ence being that he was at Hie (op of
the class instead of the bottom.?Spare
A Sharp Sivlntllor.
A fashionable young lady not long
ago drove up In a handsome carriage
to a private lunatic asylum, situated a
few miles from Paris, and requested to
see tue proprietor. Her wish being
acceded to, she Informed the doctor
that she desired to place her busband
under his care to see If a cruel mania,
under which he labored?viz, "that he
had lost a largo quantity of Jewels"?
could Dot be removed.
Afte sonic hesitation the doctor con
sented, and the lady drove away di
rectly to a Jeweler's In Paris and se
lected Jewels to the value of several
thousand francs and requested one of
the Shopmen to go with her in her car
riage to procure tho money for the
goods she bad taken. She drove with
him to the asylum, and, arriving there,
he was shown into a room.
The lady then sought the doctor, told
him of the arrival of her husband, and
getting Into her carriage again drove
away. The rest may be imaKtned, but
the poor fellow was confined several
days before it was found they both had
been "sold." Tho lady was never heard
of after. _
"Heeds are Knills,
Words aro but leaves." It is
not what wo say, but what Hood's
Sarsaparilla does that tells the
story. Tin; many wonderful cures
oll'ected by this medicine aro the
fruits by which it should bo
judged. Those provo it to be the
great, unequalled remedy for dys
pepsia, rheumatism, scrofula, salt
rheum, catarrh and all other ail
ments due to impure or impover
Hood's Pills are non-irritating,
Parties having businoss with tho
County Supervisor will find him
in his oftico on Monday and Fri
day of oach wook, botwoon the
hours of ton o'clock a. m. and 4
oclock p. m.
R. P. ADAIR,
Jan. 0, 1S00?ly. Supervisor.
Before tho ink is dry on Ulis ad \V. G. WILSON & CO. will
have opened another uhipmont of Dross Goods in
LouJ Priced Fancies.
Also in fluo ALL-WOOL Poplili und Bongalines.
Special numbers will bo shown in blue Wool Sorges.
Ladies lino Broad Cloths in Blaok and all tho Fashionable Shades.
Wo carry tho sumo number in Misses black Ribbed Hose this
Soason. Tlioy are unquestionably tho host articlo at 10 cents a pair
in this or any market
Ask to soo the Ladies Capes just oponed, no trouble to show
I W G WILSON & CO.
-LEADING DEALERS IN
Hardware, Cutlery, (inns, Pistols, Stoves, Paints and
Oils, Harness and Saddlery a Specialty.
We call special attention to our beautiful lino of
BEST in town. Come ' m! see us you will find an up-to-date Hardware
Storo in every respect. When you want
buy them from up. Wo have a lim <>f Math and Shoes we are goine;
to eloso out
Come in a rush to get them, they will go fast , and we want all of our
frionds and customers to get some of thoso bargains. We also have
a nice lino of GROCERIES.
Uest Prices Paid for Hides and Hees-Wax.
ti0F* When you want your old Harness repaired you will find
"Old .loo" at his old stand, upstairs.
MOSRiiKY ?v ROLAND,
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 18, 18'.m?. West corner, Public Square
Yoti at) Eye
if so, see our Millinery, Cloaks, Capes, Undorwoar, Cor
sets, Hosiery, Cloves, Neckwear, ready mado Skirt: , Waists.
Notions, and the biggest lino of Fancy Goods for the Hol
iday trade ever shown here. And all at the
Call and sen us, and we will convince you we are. right/ No trouble to
Miss Bessie Bramlett and Mrs. Emma Richardson aro with US
and will be ploasod to sen their friends.
(Find the right place).
jVCrs. 3VE. Adams.
McCords1 New Store, Laurons, S. C.