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iiAUKKXS, S. ('. Nov., S, 18??.
The Dispensary Scandals.
Tho big scandal in Penitentiary
circles growing out of the manage
ment of that State Institution Is to he
regretted by all the people of the
State. There have been intimations
that the opponents of tho dispensary
relish tho late unpleasant revelations
as tending towards its abandonment
by the State. The .suggestion Is cn
tlroly unwarranted Whllo It Is true
that the management and very enor
mous patronage has been monopolised
by its friends and advocates naturally,
no friend to the Slate however op
posod to tho State's oonduot of the
whiskey business, takes pleasure in
tho dlscomfituro of Its conductors, and
the scandals recently attaching to
their names. Necessarily the citizen
ship of the management is very great
and extensive and the scandal really
affects the whole body of tho people
No right minded person,tin refore,bow
ever opposed to the State's monopoly,
rejoices in the smirching of its many
conductors. The opponents of the
system know very well that It is ne
cessarily rotten and corrupting and
altogether undemocratic itself. Tt em
ploys r.n army of agents whoso respon
sibility cannot be guaranteed. As or
ganized at this moment these scandals
will go on; they cannot bo guarded
against. Tt Is upon these considera
tions that the opponents of tho Dis
pensary demand that the State should
abandon utterly the business. An In
cidental curse to all forms of Govern
ment Is the army of officials needed to
conduct its departments. Corruption
in all forms of government in every
age has been the rule and society re
cognizes that it must contribute a
groat percentage for stealage as well
as for legitimate and honest service.
It appertains to the Navy, the army,
the civil branches, and the problem of
civilized Government is, has been,
and will be, to have an honest service.
But tho legitimate business ol gov
ernment must have agents?only as a
matter of necessity?self existence.
In the present case?tho necessity
does not exist?every principle of de
mocracy and sound government is vio
lated. Shame to our citizenship fol
lows as effect the efficient cause and
the scandals will continue to follow
perpetual temptation. We can truly
add that hundreds of democrats in the
State recognising that a business like
tho State's Dispensary Is no proper
function of government, have ceased
opposition for the sake of peace. They
Seriously regret tho BOandals first and
last, but are not surprised.
The Advertiser has received a
oheok to pay for advertising the Gala
week festivities of Charleston. The re
spectful attention of those newspapers
accustomed to nag at the city of Char
leston are respectfully but firmly di
rected to the contrast thus presented
between Charleston and borne other
towns In the neighborhood. Our recol
lection Is that the near by city of Aug
usta has had her gala times In past
yenrs and has invited the county news
papers of South Carolina to advertise
them largely and freely. Tho county
editor graciously Is treated every year,
to a free pass, to tho stato fair but
the undoubtedly enterprising city
of Columbia has not been known to
spend any money on advertising this
event, so helpful financially to her, in
tho back woods organs. Whatever ill
natured observations, seasoned or not
with a grain of truth, may be aimed at
Charleston it must be proclaimed that
she 13 not tho beggar and bum that
some of her rivals are. While the
stato fair is of interest to all South
Carolina it is chlelly of pecuniary pro
fit to the town where it is held and
thoro arc some of us who have long
since tired of advertising It, and Co
lumbia in connection with It, gratis.
Nevertheless the state fair and its
town have never failed to receive con
siderable exploitation in this and
other country weeklies and wo sup
pose that it and its town will continue
to get it as long us the good nature of
these weeklies yields to importunity
Governor McSweeney, following the
President's Proclamation, appoints
Thursday, the .'10th inst., for Thanks
giving. Wo desiro to emphasize the
following from the Governor's procla
* "Let tho people on this day also re
member tho fatherless and not forgot
the poor and the needy you have with
you always, and that wc aro told by
Him who made tho great sacrifice for
us that it is mote blessed to give than
to receive, and by our own deeds of
oharlty prove tho sincerity of our
With a drain of Halt.
Probably Out/ has not told tho
truth, tho wholo truth and nothing
olse but the truth. Possibly so of Has*
eh!en and the rest. It is a pity how
ever, to ho put on tho defensive? The
public will undertake to sift tho wheat
from the chaff. In tho meanwhile
this same public wants its public offi
cers as Caesar wantod his wife?abovo
Atlanta had Admiral Schley to a
gorgeous ovation on Saturday, having
slipped up on Dew^y. *nd timely: If
you can't gf t pudding you must tako
Kit seems that it was the "contra
band" that was too much for tho DIs*
p3nsary officials. No wonder. It was
ever thus. Tho contraband atticlo is
the trouble tho world over.
Yon have hoard no doubt that
Buck's Stovos aro good cookers
and givo Hatisfaot;
The CeioMini Phenomenon*
My. Dkak Colonel: I
I havo no doubt that you will
bo ono of tho many millions of
tho earth's inhabitants that will
"look up" into tho concavity <>f
the heavens (which "declare the
glory") on tho night of tIn- I4tll
instant to watch tho beautiful,
yet startling sconic display of tli"
'?shooting stars." The "scene"
will be witnessed provided tho
night ho clear. It was an unwar
ranted prediction of Prof. Fall), of
Austria, to state that whon the
meteors and tho earth mot it
would bo to the injury of our
planet. Prof. Flammnrion, of
Franco, an astronomer of grontor
notoriety, says there is no fear of
tins, inasmuch as Comets and
their disintegrated particles are
"imponderable masses" and that
when the meteors meet the oarth,
in its rapid sweep upon its orbit,
they simply fall upon the cushion
of our atmosphere and blaze and
burn and disappear as dust.
It is true that, but for the mil
lions of atmospheric air envelop
ing and protecting our plauot, the
great depth the meteors havo to
fall and the rapidity of their
(light, our oarth would l?e greatly
endangered. Occasionally me
teorites or aorobites do fall. It is
of record that several hundred
have fallen during the century
about to closo. One passed over
Laurens and fell in the upper part
of the Stato somo years ago, yet
wo seldom hoar of injury result ing
It was cruel of Prof. Fall) to
make a declaration so hold and
bald. It has borne fruit already
among many of the pensants of
Southern Russia, who havo aban
doned their work and returned to
"He that watcheth the planets
in their sweep and careth for tin
tiniest babe asleep," will :.<-t suf
fer the world to be destroyed by a
"shower of burning stars." IT'*
preparing tho world, through
his church, for a greater manifus
ion of his powor. IIo is appar
ently anxious to close up this dis
pensation, and the signs of tho
times seem to indicate it.
But apart from this, is it not
strange, Mr. Editor that compar
atively so few of us listen to "the
silent voices of the night," or
watch the planets when in pari
heliou, in conjunction, opposition
or ascension upon their mightily
moving billows of electrical light ?
Viewing the grand ensemble of
nature and "thinking" about tho
immensity of the Universe one can
but stand in awe and adoration of
the glory, grace and grandeur of
the great Jehovah's work.
R. H. Gkenkkek.
Wo serve the best coffee and oo
coa with whipped cream at 5 cents
Palmetto Drug Co.
State of South Carolina,
In Court of Common Pleas.
The Peoples' Loan and Exchange Bank
of I.aureus, s. ('., Plaintiff, against
John D. Qarlington, et ab, Defend
Ry virtue of a decree of the
Court in tho above stated case, I
will sell at Laurens, C. HM S. 0.,
on Salesday in December, ls99,
being the 4th day <>f the month,
during the legal hours of sale, in
front of tho Court House door to
the highest bidder,all of John 1).
Garlington's right,title and inter
est in all that certain tract, piece
or parcol of land, situate, lying
and being in Cross Hill Town
ship, Laurens county, South
Carolina, known as the Spring
Grove place, containing Sixteen
Hundred Acres, more or less, and
bounded by other lands then
owned by the said John D. Qar
lington and lands owned by the
Stato of South Carolina, lands of
the estate of Armstrong Rudd, do
ceased and others.
Terms of Sale?Ono half casb,
balance on a credit for twelve
months with interest from day of
sale, secured hy a bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises sold, with leave to tho
purchaser to pay entire bid in
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers
and stamps. If tho terms of sale
aro not complied with, tho premi
ses will he re-sold on same or
somo subsequent Salesday on same
terms at tho risk of the former
Gko, S. MoCkavy,
Nov. Gth I899.?4t.
State of South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Court of Common Pleas.?Judge
ment of Foreclosure and Sale.
J. J. Piuss, Plaintiff,
T. H. Madden, Defendant.
Pursuant to a decree of tho Court
in the above stated case, I will sell
at Laurens Court House H. C, on
Salesday In December 1899, it be
ing tho lib day of tho month, in
front of Court IIouso door, during
the legal boors of salo at public
outcry, to tho highest bidder, after
due and legal notice, all that tract
or parcel of land lying, being and
situate In tho county of Laurens,
Stato of South Carolina, and
bounded by lands of Henry Fuller,
Mrs. Margaret Burnsido and Irby
Nelson and containing forty-flvo
(46) acres, more or loss.
Terms: One-half cash, and the
balanoo on a credit of ono your
from day of sale, credit portion to
ho secured by bond of tho pur
chaser and mortgage of tho proml
e.i sold, together with interest
from dato of sale. If tho purchaser
falls (o comply with tho terms of
sale, the premises will bo rc-n>!i) on
same or somo subsequent Salesday
nt the risk of thoformor purchaser,
on tho same terms.
Purohasor to pay for papers and
SL John F. Holt,
ll Wm% ?* C* ?' V' & U'H'
?i&i Laurens, 8. 0.
"The Pestis :v ?
Experience teaches that
good clothes ivear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
cures disease is naturally the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsapartlld is the best medi
cine money cm buy, because
it cures when all others fail.
Poor Health ? "Had poor health for
years, pains in shoulders, back and hips,
'with constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hwd's Sarsaparilla,
gained strength and can nvork ' ard all
day: eat heartily and sleep nvclt. I took
it because it helped my husband to whom
it gave strength." Mrs. E. J. Giffcts,
Moo-:e Lake, Minn.
Slate of South Carolina)
County ok L-aurens.
Court of Probato.
Washington ILDrummond, as Execu
tor of the i ust Will mul Testament
of 0. Washington Martin, (De
ceased), Plaintiff i> pains to. P. Cox,
Mnxoy A fox, Ollntha C. Cox, Ar
thur M. Cox, SaufOl'd Alvln Cox,
Collier I). CoX, Mary Eululnh liar
ris, Vandlvor C. Martin, Balph B.
Martin, Sadie Boyd Wallace, VYis
terC. Martin, Alpha V. Mills, Lllov
Ost olio Martin, Mattlo O. Powler,
Minims W. Fowlor, Clarence Fow
lor, Brooks Fowler,Annie Eliza Fow
1 r.Thoresn Fow lor, Mat tie C. Parks,
Jasper ft, Marlin, Benjamin 10. Mar
tin, Elmo G. M irtln, .lames A. Mar
tin, \\ II. Mart n .i. Ralph Martin,
Annie Louise Martin, Lenora Mai1'
tin, .Ind.-on Franklin Martin, Alice
It. st. w it, Bsthet J. Cox, Cary P.
Martin, I'. < on way Martin, ('
V. Martin. F .untaln H. Martin,!
nie M. Flomlntr, James B lllgglns,
Mary Tlcora Madden, .'nines Benja
min II gcins, Mittle I., Biggins,
Cortes C. Iliggius, Liilhor M. Hlg
gins, Williamson ll. Martin, Lizzie
(.;. Sitgreavos, Pcrmolla .1. West
moreland, Pormella 0. Gwynn, Mol
lii> A. Allen, 1 ena E. Moore, Eugenia
('. Ferguso ,Ophella P. Fowler, Wil
liam E. Holio.Charles 15. Hobo, Sarah
K. Knight, Wilkes P>. Kulght,Henry
I) Knight. Oeorgo C Knight, Loula
Augustus Knlght/Thcodosia 15. Mar
tin, Mi ling Sat or Hold, Vines Sat
lerlleld,15i njaiuln M. Llndsey, James
W. I.nulsey, Amelia Halben i'h mp
ro.. Bennetta Hulbert Suullln, Allen
Ualbcrt, Alma Llnney Johnson, Os
car l.iml-ey. Guy Llndsey and Caro
line s. Martin, Defendants- (Sum
mons lor Belief )
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which is Hied in tho Ofllco of
the Judge Ol' the Court ol Probate for
>:iiil Comity, und to serve a copy of
your answer on the subscriber at bis
ofllco at Lnurons, South Carolina,with
in twenty days after the service here
of, exclusive of the day of such service:
and if you fail to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the plain
till' to this action will apply t> the
Court for the relief demanded in the
Dated Oct. 20th A. I). 1800
W II. MARTIN,
Notice to absent Defendants:
Tot.be Defendants Mary Hulalah Har
ris, Vandlver ('. Martin, Ralph P>.
Martin. Sadie Bind Wallace. Wlstcr
C. Martin. MlmmsW,Vowler,J. Ralph
Martin. Annie Louise Martin. Lo
nora Martin, Judson Franklin dar
tin, James Benjamin Biggins, Mill
ing Satterlleld, Vines Satter Hold,
Bcnj. M. Llndsey, Jas. W. Llndsey,
Amelia Halbert Thompson, Bonotta
Halbert Snuflln, Allen Halbert,Alma
Llndsoy Johnson, Oscar Lindsey and
Take notice: That the complaint in
this action was tiled in the office of the
Judge <?f Probato for the County of
Laurei..-. in the Slate of South Caro
lina, on the 20th day of October 1890.
Dated Oct. 20tll, A. D. 1890.
W. II. Mautin .
Notice to minor Defendants:
To the Defendants Wlster 0. Martin,
Clarence Fowler, I'.rooks Fowler,
Annie Eliza Fowler, .1. Ralph Mar
tin, Annie Louise Martin, Lenora
Martin, Judson Franklin Martin,
Mittie L lllggins, Cortes C. Big
gins, Luther M. Riggins, George
O. Knight, Loula Augustus Knight,
Milling Satterfield, Vines Satter
field, Allen Halbert, Oscar Llndsey
and Guy Llndsey, Defendants above
Take notice: That unless you procure
tho appointment of n guardian ai)
mtk.m to appear and defend this ac
tion in your behalf within twenty days
of'.be service of the summons herein
upon yon, an application will be made
to this Court on the twenty-first day
alter said sorvico at 12 iVL, for an or
der appointing EOmo suitable and com
pel nt person guardian ad i.itkm for
you, and authorizing and directing
hi in to appear and defend the above
entitled action in your behalf.
Dated Oct. 20th 1899.
W. II. M art In,
Nov. Stli lsiH). -C,t
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OP LAUREN'S.
In Court of Common Picas.
Mamie A. Smith, PluintilT, against
John It. Smith, et. al.. Defendants. -
Decree for Sale, Etc.
Pursuant lo R decree of the Court
in the nbovo stated cnsr>, I will
sell .if public outcry,!;) tho highest
bidder, nt Lnurens Court House,
South Carolina, on Salesday in De
comber 18!)!), It being tho Brd day
I of the month, during tho legal
hours of sale, all (hat tract of land,
situate in I he County and State
above named,containing five hnn
drod and two acrop, tnoro or l<
bounded l?y lands oi Iho oatato of
Mr.j. Al?-wine, fiOandor Batonllno,
Randall Murff and Roody River
und known its tho old Browcrton
Terms: One-half cash and tho
balance on .i credit of twelve
mouthy from d-iy of sale, credit
portion lo be Bceurod by bond of
ihn pim'V.-cr und mortgage of tho
promises a rid, f.flu i with inter
est on the same. It' the purchnsor.
fall? to comply with tho terms of
sale, th? premises will bo rt-sold
on tho .sain'' or some subsequent
Salesday on the same terms. Pur
chaser to pay for papers und rove
JollN I?\ Boi.t,
c. c.o i*. A Oi
L lim ns County, 8? O.
Nov. ('.Hi 1809 ~-lt.
Now Oyster House.
1 havo arranged for the season a
Restaurunt at my business place. Will
bo glud to soo and serve all frionds and
will endeavor to please.
Tho County Treasurer's Hooks
will ho open for tho collection of
State, County and commutation
Road Taxes for ?fcuI year 1899 at
the Treasurer's office from OotO
L) i- L?tli to Deo. 8l8t 1899.
All persons owning property or
paying taxes for others in more
than one Township are rccjiiostcd
to oall for reciepts in each Town
shi[) in which they live. This is
important as additional cost and
penalty may not be attached.?
Prompt attention will ho given
thoso who wish to pay their taxes
through tho mail by checks,
money orders, etc. Don't, forget
to stamp checks. Persons send
ing in lists of names to be taken
off are urged to sond in early as
the Treasurer is very busy during
tho month of December.
"Tax Levy is as follow*:
For State purposes, S mills
For Constiutional School
Tax, 3 mills
For Ordinary County Tax, 2.} mills
For Interest, on Railroad
Bonds, b\J mills
For past indebtedness, \ mill
Total County and St at e, 11 mills
Extra Tax for Laurens
City Graded School, 24, mills
Extra Tax, Fountain Inn
Special School, 1 mills
Extra Waterloo Special
Fchool, 2 mills
For Sullivan Township 1 Mill
extra for Attorneys foe on Rail
road, making a total for thi*
Township 15 Mills.
All able-bodied male citizens
between thoagesof 21 and 00 years
\ro liable to pay a poll tax of
$1.00; exceptold soldiers who are
exempt at50 years of age. Com
mutation Road Tax $2.00 in liou
of working the public roads to bo
paid at tho time as stated above.
Come early and avoid tho rush
it is said there will he no exten
sion this time.
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 2, 1899?tf.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
olina Railway ('<>. "Augustaand Ashe
ville Short Lino." Schedule in effect
May 21st, 1899.
Lv Augusta.0 40 am 1 to pm
Ar (I men wood.11 60 pm .
Lv Anderson.... 7 00 am
Ar Lourens.l 20 pm 5 .'.0 am
Greenville. 3 00 pm 10 15 am
Glenn Springs. -1 30 pm .
Spartanburg.8 10 pm 10 '20 am
Saluda.5 33 pm .
Hondorsouville. ...6 o3 pm .
Aslioville.7 oo pm .
Lv Asheville . s 2o am .
Spartanburg.ll 45 am i 10 pm
< I roenville.12 ol am 4 oo pm
A.i Laurens. 1 2o pm 78o pm
Anderson. 0 lo am
Greenwood.2 37 pm
Ar Augusta.5 lo pin 11 lo am
Ar A ikon. 728 pm_
Lv Greenville.12 ol pm
Ar Clinton. 1 57 pm
Newberry.2 37 pm
Prosperity.2 52 pm
Columbia. 8 55 pin
Suintor. 6 13 pin
( harleslou.8 oo pm
Lv Charleston .7 oo mu
Lanes. S 34 am
Sumlor.,. 9 35 am
Columbia. 11 05 am
Prosperity. 12 07 pm
Newberry. 12 20 pm
Clinton. 1 O.'i pm
Ar Greenville. 3oo pm
Close connections at Greenwood for
all points on S. A. L. and C. tfc G, Kail
way, and at Spartanburg with South
For information relative to tickets,
rates, schedules, etc, address
W. d. ORAIG, Gen. Pass. Agent,
C. H. Speights, Gen. Agent, Green
ville, S. C.
T. M. Emerson, Traffic Manager.
C, N. & L. R. R.
Schedule to take effeot July 23, 1899.
Daily Exokpt Sunday.
Laurens, Le 1 86 p m 0 00 a in
Clinton, l 53 <; 46
Newberry, 2 32 8 00
Prosperity, 2 47 8 30
Little Mountain, 302 0 00
White Rock, 8 21 9 30
Columbia, Ar 3 55 10 30
Leave Lauren1', 4 00 p m.
Leave Parks, A 10 p ra
heave Clinton, 0 30 p in
Lcavo Goldvllle, 0 50 p in
Leave Kiitanl, 7 01 p m
Leave Gary, 7 10 p m
Leave Jalapa, 7 20 p in
l/javo Newberry, 8 00 p m
Leave Prosperity, 8 30 p m
Daily EXOBPT Sunday.
Columbia, Le 11 05 pm 12 30 n in
White Rook, 11 37 1 22
Little Mountain, 11 66 1 50
Prosperity 12 07 2 51
Newberry, 12 20 2 10
Clinton, 1 03 4 00
Laurens. Ar 1 2e 4 30
Arrive La irons, 10 10 a m
" Parks, 10 00 a m
" Clinton, 9 40 am
' Gohlvillo, 9 17am
" Kinard, 0 05 a m
" Gary, 8 50 a m
" .lalapa, 8 10 a m
" Newberry, 8 10 a in
" ProBpority, 6 46 a in
Trains .r>2 and 53 run solid between Char
leston and Greenville, making close con
nection for tho North at Surator.
Trains I and 2 make close connection at
Clinton with S. A. L. for all points North
For fnrlher information, ripply to
J, R. Nolan, Agent , Laurens.
W. G. Childs, Superintendent,
Columbia, S. G.
Jas. A. SOMMEPSBTT, Train Master.
WE can supply your wants in Floor
ing, Ceiiini?, weatnerboardlng, (basing,
Mouldings, Sbinglos and Laths, at
R. Et. HUDGENS A SONS.
Laurens, s. C, Oct.. 18, 1808.
Office of (bo undersigned in Ut
ile building, next door to J. II,
Sullivan, up stairs. Surveying and
business requiring a notary
j promptly attended to.
John M. Hudqenb,
April 11, 1890.
LEADING DEALERS IN
Hardware, Cutlery, (inns, Pistols, Stoves, Paints and
Oils, Harness and Saddlery a Specialty.
Wo call special attention to our beautiful line of
BEST in town. Oome and see us you will find an up-to-date tfurdwaro
Store in every respect. When you want
buy them from us. We havo a line of Hats and Shoeb we are going
to olose out
Oonui in a rush to gut them, thoy will go fast, and we want all of our
friends and customers to get some of those bargains. Wo also havo
a nice line of GROCERIES.
Uesl Prices Paid Tor Hides and Hees-Wax.
t0F~ Got your Window (!lass and Shot Guns from us?now i
the time you in cd thorn.
?'?P" When you want your old Harness repaired you will find
"Old Joe" at his old stand, upstairs.
MOSELEY & ROLAND,
Laurens, S. C, Oct. hs, 1S!H). West corner, Public Squ ire.
Let Us Show You
What a good shoo a little money will buy. Wo bo
liovowo can give you a hotter Shoo for your money
than you can (lud anywhere ehe in town. We want
to oonvice you that we are right. Don't you think
it's for your interest to give us the opportunity?
Wo invite all to inspect our line of Shoes before buying.
J. E. lylifjter & Bto.
Laurens, S. C, Oct. 18, 1800.
YoLl at? Eye
if so, see onr Millinery, Cloaks, Capes, Underwear, Cor
Bot3, Hosiory, (Hoves, Neckwear, ready made Skirts, Waists,
Notions, and tho biggest lino of Fancy Goods for the Hol
iday trade ever shown hen?. And all at the
(Jail and see us, aud we will convince you we are right.1 No trouble to
Miss Bessie Bramlott and Mrs. Emma Richardson are with us
and will be pleased to see their friends.
(Find the right place).
IVLrs. 3VH. Adams
MoCords' New Store, Laurens, S. C.
^ Ii) LaUieijs
We have been very careful in selecting our stock and have
tried to get the best GOODS for
LEAST SilO^EY. ?
Our lino is complete in
We claim to havo np-to-date Stationery at all prices. In
School Hooks and Supplies we have the largest and best stock.
m^AT" We give in CASH, or Exchange, the host Prico for Second
hand Hooks. We earnestly solicit your pat ronage.
Wo remain very respectfully,
WMMBtVM ?11? m*
Laurons, S.O., Sopt. 12,00. Next door to Davis, Roper Co's. old stand.
Before the ink is dry on thi* ad .W. 0. WILSON & CO will
have opened another shipment of Dress Goods in
Lou) Priced Fancies.
Also in line ALL-WOOL Poplin and Bengalines.
Speoial numbers will I?- shown in Blue Wool Serges.
Ladies flue Broad Cloths in Blaok and all the Fashi ?nable Shades.
Wo carry the same numbor in Misses Black Ribbed llos" this
Season. They are unquestionably the best artiole at LO cents a pair
in this or any market.
Ask t?? h<v Hi-- Ladies Capes ju I opened, n<? troublo to show
T. X. Bai'ksdulo begs to ann< unco thai ho has added to his
businoss a fully i quipped and wel I appointed line of
A handsome 11EARSE has boon purchased. In the conduct
of funerals, good tasto and judgment will govern and patrons uro
promised cflicient and prompt service.
A vory largo stock < f Casio ts, ill pric is and tsiicos, kopt on
T. ISt. ?arksdale.
0m* Enst-sid i of Ptiblio Square
ff&" Tho stock of funeral supplit is kep on the II with Mr. Barks*
dale's line of vehicles. Mr. R. P. Mil.i lias gen >ul ohariro of these depart
ments and calls, day or night. Sundays and w ok < will liavc instant atlen
I tlon. At nights or Sundays, Phono Mr. MllnniV residence.
? .? X ? : I WE..
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought which bus been
in use tor over iJO years, has borne (ho signature of
.and has be< n niado untlci' his per
sonal supervision since Its infancy.
Allow no one to eii you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitation and Substi :s arc but Ex
periments that trlllo with .'tod endanger the health of
Infants and Children?Experience ng ( Experiment?
Castorin is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It \t mless sind] leasnnt. It
contains neither Opiuut, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Iis ago i-* its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcvcrishness. It cores Diarrhwa and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething T hies, es Constipation
and Flatulency. It asslmilat? (ho Pood, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving ? Ithy natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea?Tin: . ?thcr's Pricnd.
*jSimi+xj i vnln
Bears the Signature o?
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TIIC CCNTAUII COMPANY, TT MUllllAV r. ' Iii l T. t. W VC*. \ ClfV.
jGO TO !;>. ?
WHEN IN NEED OF
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
Prov isions, Vegetables,
Fruits, Etc., at
LAU RENS, S. 0., May 8th, 189?.