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XV, IV, Ball,
LAUtKNS, S. < ., l eb. V. 1 !M?0
Carthago must be destroyed and tho
Dispensary must bo mended; no pateb
work quilt enn rival its many glra
tioo?. Tiie point a ems to be to get
rid of the Board of Control and have
one Commissioner with n great big
salary, big responsibility and log
bond. It is botter so. In a mob there
is no individual responsibility. Don
tliit has resigned und his friends jubi
lant. We do not know if the house
was tumbling about him. lint he was
lucky to got a a ay in Mino.
Discussing the high Coinmisdoiior
in i he Semite :
Senator Appelt offered an amend
ment to strike out the prov sion as to
the commissioner that ho shall boa
"total abstainer'' and insert "a in m of
temperate habits in the use of in
Senator Gruber remarked humor
ously that ho didn't think a man who
didn't use liquor should lie required to
do rO| as the amendment would re
Senator Rigsdalo thought the total
abstainer part should remain. It was
a wise cheek.
Senator Mauldln said it Wll9 p issiblo
that a total aba aiiior of good businoss
qualifications might bo hard to lind.
After some further debate as to the
merits of the "total abstainers" and
"temperance! m n" Senator Hendel'?
son pointed out th it if the former
words remain il committee of inves
tigation would have to be appointed to
decide whether uny came up to t e re
Senator Sheppnrd offered as a sub
stitute an amendment striking out the
whole sentence referring to that mat -
(So tho dignllled gentlemen oan rise
to the quality of humor?lu time they
may grow witty > Scnnl Sheppard's
idea prevail d and the commissioner
can kiss glasses with his friend- and
have bis tipple straight, or tinctured
with sugar, lemon, orange, pineapple;
or he may indulge in a Tom and .leri y
with Dick, Tom and Harry. Our read
ers should llndorstaud that the main
features of the Dispensary will stand ?
the Stale Board of Control to go?a
state commissioner to succeod the
Hoard, to be elected by the joint As
sembly. At this writing finishing the
State House Is discussed and they arc
showing that it can be do e with $150,
000 and not inore.iso tho tax levy. But
all the same the people pay the money
and the tax levy should bo reduced,
don't you see? I he Bill "will likely
pass the Senate, but must run the
gauntlet of the House, whore there
are a few wool hats und they in iv put
a scotch under tho w e l of the .uxor
ious project. The b'Odd tl'O bill,which
passed the Senate had ail up-hl 1 pull
over a "stumpy road" in the House.?
The Bill was killed and resurrected,and
at this writing sticks fast in the mud.
It may be pulled through. A Pension
Bill is ponding which will likely pass
to go into effect next year.
On Mond iy in the absence for n fow
days of Speaker Gary, Hon. W. \?
Mauldln, of Greenville, was chosen
Speaker Pro. T m,, without opposi
tion. A graceful oompliinenf to a
gracious gentleman who li Is all plnCCS
with dignity and grace.
A special committee has reported 40
days as limit Of the session with pay
attached. This will bring the laddios
homeward and adjournment is t-dkod
Of about the 17'h instant.
AI Homo and Abroad.
The British have about t vohundred
thousand troops in South Africa, but
still the Boers have had the advantage
in the lighting They will lose even
tually, saving a glorious record for
history. That is a gravo matte:- only
valuab'c to a very few survivors. It is
wrong th-i- ih >y should lose, but it
was ever .i.iis. The British being ab
sent in Africa, the Russian Boar con
tinues to inch into Asia.
Congress is lighting over the battles
of last year witb much bitterness, the
Republicans denouncing anti-expan
sionists as traitors, tho democrats re
torting imperialism and militarism.
Our two Senators, lillman ami Me
Laurln hold different view - and have
made big speeches. In Congro*s tho
South seems united on tho Nicaragua
business, a matter of some 50) millions
and t his has a strong flavor i f iho im
perialistic. The idea is to open the or
iental world, two-thirds of mankind as
a market for our cotton and cotton pro
ducts. Carried, it. will require SOin )
quarter of a century and will mak ?
plutocrats ol" those to eonio after us.
Some lime since Tillma i announced
in the Senate i h it ho wanted his shlll' i
for the state while the stealing h go
ing on. Wo are for the canal. Quay,
of Pennsylvania, is denied his seat in
the Senate for irregularity in his >-p
poiutment; Clark, of Montana, his for
bribery, Roberts, his in the House, for
bigamy. In the meanwhile we of the
South are making large oontrib it oils
to tho piper.
.? It is Inscrutably mixe 1 in South
Africa- The British have had a bitter
experience. Gen. Roberts seems to bo
cautiously arranging for a final deadly
W. .1. Bryan Is bombarding New
In the Phipplnc s Otis is still on the
still hunt. There is no reas >n that the
Guerilla war going on in these Islands
should terminate In the meanwhile.
Congress should have a men,y limo dis
cussing ?ur uat'ouaj policies and
thingcftyre much mixed.
The assassination of Governor Goe
bel, of Kentucky, was brutal, hideous,
murderous, but not unnatural. It was
the result of political exo tomont and
the struggle lor power is ;t part ol' civ
ilization, and for that mutier unelv
Lltzation, There is always a murderer
convenient to hand. It is too comm n
for comment. Among the rulers of the
earth the names of the victims of the
dagger would fill volumes. In the case
of Goebel, tbe crime was executed in
broad day ligbt, not in a corner, and
tho assassin must be know n to bun
dreds of Republicans. Tho low of one
man is not irreparable, but the danger
to society lies in the fact that thou
Sindsare accessories,having knowledge
to bring the murderer to justloe and
thus making themselves guilty with
the red banded actor.
Columbia failed to furnish our Legis
lators ligiit. TH for Tat.
Tho sovoral Township Pension
Hoards of tho county will assem
ble fit their usual places of moot
ing at 9.80 A M , February 20th.
Pensioners now on tho roll need
not lilo now applications, but
must appear beforo tho Township
Boards. Apply t<> Township
Chairman and undersigned for
B. W. Bai.i.,
c. 0, i'. n.
Tho boat lino of odd pants in
Lamem are to be found at Davis,
Roper & Co.
The IVlttplo of Justice?
BlMTOU OK TlIB AUVKttTISKU, i
A long passage and a dark run?
through tli" county Court House on
th<! first lloor. Those who frequent it
lO drink dispensary liquor ought not
to break tlmir Masks on the lloor il
they nan help it.
Kditou or Tino Advkktiskk, Silt:
since my recent comiiiunloatloii I
have seen fewer dead rats on the pub
Discovered by a Woman.
Another great discovery bus
boon til ado, und that too by a
lady in this' country. "Disoaso
fastened its olutohes upon her and
for years she withstood its sever
"?.I lists, but her vital organ
woro undorminod and death
soo mod iniininent. For throo
months sho ooughod incossantly,
and could not sloop. Sho IllUllly
discovered a way t" rocovory, by
purchasing; of us a bottlo of Dr.
Kino's Now Discovery for f'on
sumption, and was much roliovcd
on taking first, doso, thai she slept
all night and with two I?<?t les,hns
boon nbsolutoly cured. Her name
i- .Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes
W. C Hamnick & Co , of Shelby,
N. ('. Trial buttles froo at The
Lauren- Drug Co. Regular size
50 cents and $1.00. Ifivory bottle
V. \ W. < . 1,000 Mile Hunks.
Tho Charleston and Western Caro
lina Railwav, announce that on and
after I'ehruarv 1st, 1000 One thousand
mile books of their issue will be good
ovor tho Georgia railroad, in addition
to the Atlantie Coast, C. N. ? L. and
IL b\ & I'. Railways. The attention of
Drummors and tho Travelling public
i- pnrlioularlly called to this arrange
W. J. CK A IG.
Genera) I'ussenger Agent.
To lie Prepared
For war is the surest way fori
this nation to maintain poaco.?
That is tho opinion of the wisosl
statesman. 1( is equally true
that i" bo proparod for spring is
tho best way to avoid peculiar
dangers of the season. This is a
lojson multitudes aro learning,and
at lliis time when then tho blood
is 9iiro to bo loaded with impuri
liosand to bo weak and sluggish,
the millions begin t<> tako Hood's
Sursttparilla, which puriflos, en
riches and vitalizes the blood, ex
pels all disease germs, creates a
good appetite, gives strength ami
energy and puts the whole system
in a healthy condition, prevent
ing pneumonia, lovers and other
dangerous diseases which aro
liublo t<> attack a weakened sys
I The Most
jjj Popular > c tor an.
Hj Voto for your choice of Con-'f
a fodorate Voteran Pensioner in >p
u Laureus County to have a froe jj
round trip Railroad ticket tof]
a tho Louisville Re-union,
a Tins Advkhtiskr.
a a: t nr-i--i n "n r rc c r. r, r. k r. r. a -n a n n aaa
Tiik Advkrtiskr will pay the rail
road expenses of the most popular
Confederate veteran who draws a pen
sion, in Lauronscounty, to the great
Co;,federate re-union in Louisville.
Kentucky, nInch o. ens on the 20;h of
tn x" May.
Ilelow appears a printed b:tliot with
a Idank space on which tho name of
the veteran for whom y u wish lo vote
tn ty be written in ink or pencil. Clip
this ballot and hand it or send it to
TlIK advkrtiskr oflioe by mail. Any
p srson may vote as many of these bal
lots as he chooses and persons living
out of the county may vote.
The contest will bo confined to pon
slm -' s, because Tin: Advkutiskk de
sire? some vote an to have this trip
who would otherwise be unnblo to
make it. Ballots will appear every
week up to and Inoludlt g May 2Urd so
that every subscriber will he able to
vol : about twenty times between this
and the end of the contest. The ballots
can o course be saved and voted alto
I'iim Advkutiskk prints each weok
nbiuit llfty papers which are for sale
and are not sent to subscribers These
pap-rs may be bought for live emits
ach now hs heretofore, but no order
lor extra papers outside of these w i l
be received. Then-fore the voting will
be practically con6nod to regular sub
-crihers and the person who subscribes
now will have that many more oppor
tlliilies to vote for one ol* his old
friends. Xo one in any way connected
!i the publication of TlIK ADVKR
tiskr will bo allowed to vote
Baoh week the names of the persons
VOtod for and the number of votes will
be published. It will be a good idea to
jln your voting next week so that if
yon have a friend whom you wish to
,;et this trip the readers of TlIK AD
vkutiskk will know that lie Is being
vote I for.
Headers will understand that Tun
\dvkrtiskr will pay all the railroad
expenses of the veteran getting the
most votes to Louisville, and return.
how tiik vote stands!
.I. I). Mock. 2?
Dr. J. ii. Williams. :t
W? H. Lamb,. HI
G. VV. Moore,.2f>
A . A. King. Jl
C. ii. Hughes,. I
ii. S. Taylor,. I
?i omit hau Babb. :i
There is more Catarrh in this
section of tho country than all
oilier diseases put togethor and
until tho last few years was sup
posed to be incurable. For a groat
many years doctors pronouced it
a local disease, und prescribed lo
cal remedies, and by constantly
failing to euro with local troat
niont, pronounced it incurable.
Scionco has provod catarrh to bo
a constitutional diseaso and thero
foro roquiros constitutional trout
m-ni. Hall's Catarrh Curo, mann
factured by F. J. Chonoy & Co.,
()., is the only constitutional cine
on tho market.. It, is taken in
lemally in dosesfrom 10 drops to
a teaspoon fill. ft nein directly
on the hlnod und niUGOUS BUT
fnoos of t he system. They olVor
onn hundred dollars for any ease
it. fails to euro. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
F. J. OlfBNBY & Co.,
Sold by Pruggisls, 75 cents
Hall's Family Fills aro tho best.
In answer s> iho call for a mooting of
tin- Farmern to discuss ways anil moans
to defend tic in- Ivts from ihr Gtuno
Tn st, a number of fu*nifis m?t in th ?
Opera Hooso. dared Sullivan was
re(|iiet ltd to tiot as t ihu'ruiun, ai d Ah x
.1 Smith as S erotarv. The object ol
the mooting was verj [ ?rcib'y oxi rested
by t'i ? Chairman, who-? dunurulntion
of the < vi s t! at uro bcli!i> i ul utiou llie
Mi 1*8 s Ol the p opl ? le . ' the approval
nf the meeting. Coutl being in session,
mid a uumbt r of loading fu mots I? i'g
ot " ?. i in i as wl ii ssoa r juroip, it
was tliiitlght hodnrt toluke any decis
ive, ut'tioi Btvpii at this meeting, hut 10
adjou n ilio meeting tvu I der day. A
res .'u [on w.i- i 'i totneel Saturday,
to !i hVbrumy, ul 11 o'elt el;. In the
Opera llors?. I' \vni? tho exprea ed
I'e'ermina1 I? n ol the im et 117, that Uu y
would use Ions guano this Eeoson than
heretofore, r.nd (hat they would urge the
farmers 1 > 1 11 ? from thrse companies
?vl i ii ' ad not join1 d the tut4,' nd it
was rrtpic'S'ed t ad every man act hs a
commitl.?i < no to urge ii 0 farmers J
to ttntl out Mild givotlm nte i g their
support. ,\i,k.\, J. smith.See.
Cornea I'rom l). B. Cargilo, of
Wnshitn, 1. T. 1!'- writes: "Four
bottles of Blectric Bittors has
cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula,
which had canned hor groat suf
fering for yours. Torriblo aoros
would break out on her head and
fnco, and tho host doctors could
givo no help* I>iit- her euro is com
plete and her hoalth excellent."
This shows what thousands have
proved,?thai Blcotrio l?tt' rs is
tho best blood purifier known.It's
the supromo romody for oozoma,
tetter, -alt rheum, ulcors, boils
mid running soros. It stimulates
liver, kidneys und bowols, expels
poisons, helps digestion, builds
up the strongth. Only 50 cents.
Sold by Tho Laurcns Drug Co.
Wo havo a few ovorcoal ; that
WO will CIOSO Otlt cheap.
.1. E. Winter ?v Bro.
He Pooled Die Surgeons.
All do tors told Rollick Hamil
ton, oi Wosl -lelVerson, 0., after
suffering is month-; from Uoolal
Kisluln, If would dio unless a
costly operation was performed;
lint ho cured himself with live
boxes ol Muoklon's Arnica Salve,
tho surest l'il<- cure on earth and
tho best Salvo in t ho world. 2$
cent- n box. Sold by the Lnu
l'ens I Irug (!o.
Do you want a hat that you
can bank on giving you satisfac
i ion? 11' so buy a JolVorson from
.). Winter A- Bro.
Blood l ure Seal Tree.
By addressing Blood Halm Co.
?S5 Mitchell St root, Atlanta, Oa.,
any of our readors may obtain a
sample bottle of (heir famous B.
Ii. B.? Bot nie Blood Balm, tho
greatest,grandest,bost and .strong
est Blood Remedy known. Cures
Whell all else fn?S, J >'l 111 j >! I ?-. lll
cers, i crofulu, eoz finn, boils, blood
poisoti, eating sores, distressing
skin eruptions, cancer, catarrh,
rheumatism. Kree medical ad
vice included, w hen description of
your troublo is given . This gen
erous olVer is worth while accept
ing.Sample bottle s.-i,t all clyirgos
prepaid. I.argo bottle, (contain'
ing nearly a tpiart of medicine)
for sale by all druggists at $1.00
per bottlo. Try B. B. B.
Til.- Bride's Dream is tho sub
ject this wcok of S. M. A- R. II.
Wilkos & C >. "ad." We advise
all I In; readers of this paper to
givo if a moment 's look.
Wo have jiis) rocuivi ? a \>\g
I in ? of Clothing and will take
pleasure in showing you through.
.1. B. M inter & Bro.
It is certainly gratifying to the
public to Know of one coi corn in
the land who are not afraid to bo
generous to the needy and suHer
ing. The proprietors of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds havogivon uway
over ton millions trial bottles of
this great medicino; and havo the
satisfaction of knowing it has ab
Bolulcly cured thousands of 11? ')>??
less cases. Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hoarseness and all diseases of tho
Throat Chest and Lungs aro surely
cured by it. Call on Laurons
Drug Company and got a free trial
bottlo. Regular Bisco 50 conts and
if I 00. Bvery not! lo guaranteed
or pi ico refunded.
What I say
I will do, I do, (lo.
Competitors, yon hud as well t ry
to lilt yournoll m a baskol as to ttn
dersel I me.
My dcolrri is to move rvnods not lo
get cash, shrewd buyers ne< d no ar?
going. Ivteh and every claim made by
mo at tills sale is just as represented.
I do not advertise something I haven't
got. I will soli In tho next thirty
day.-, twenty Pianos at factory price-:
Sixty-live Organs; Poriy-llvc Sewing
MachIno-: len head of horses: twelve
w.igons; eig'uty head of line Jersey
milch eoA.-: twenty head of thorough
l) ed Jersey hoi fer OlllVCS.
The Piano- will he sold at wholesale
pi Ico for cash.
$150 00 Pianos for *:i(.<?.()(): $5120 00
Pianos f. r -';;.'>.On: $250.00 Pianos
$1 15.00; $85.00 Organ for $55.00; $70.00
Organ for $45.00; $55 00 Sowing .Ma
chine for $28 00; #45.00 machine for
Will - ell milch cows on Ihroc months
note, and anyone buying a milch
ow from me, can pasture next
summor, free of charge, in the May
berry pasture six months, which
amounts lo $0.00, Ft is not bo much
money that I want us lo get rid of the
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines,
horses, wagons and cows, that I have
on hand. I have rented a store in Co
lumbia, S. (5,, and will open up busi
noss there Oil January 1st, 1000. Tie
goods I have on hand must I? ? Mild re
gardless of the cost value to me. Thin
is no fake -ale. I have these goons and
stock on hand, and they will !>,? sold. If
you have the ea-h. show it to me, ami
you will he surprised, what will buy a
Piano, Organ and Sewing Machine. A
chance in a lifetime to hay at whole
sale price. Piano at. $115.00. 'I hink
ef ii! The agent's commission, iho
dealer 's prelit, are all taken oil, antl
you get them at wholesaler's profit.
Sowing machine needles at 20 cents
a do/..: :'(?<\ oil at .". c. per bottlo, $s.0n
Guitars for $4.50; $5.00 V iolins for
$T.r>o. Kvt-rything olso in (he small
instrument lim; to go in proportion.
Come while the goods are on hand.
M. L. ALEXANDER,
(Jrcen vi lle^S. 0.
' 'Strike For Your Altars
ami Your Fires. 9
Patriotism is always com
mendable, but in every breast
there should be not only the
desire to be a good citizen,
but to be strong, able bodied
and well fitted for the battle
of life* To do this, pure
blood is absolutely neces
sary, and Hood's Sarsapa
rilla is the one specific which
cleanses the blood thorough
ly. It acts equally well for
both sexes and all ages.
H limor ? " When I need a blood puri
fier J take Hood's Saisaparilla. It cured
rtiy humor and is excellent as a nefve
tonic." Josle Eaton. Stafford Springs, Ct.
l'? fills euro llyei
iitlmrtlc t-J lake
?if i n y< -4
Don't throw them away be
cause ihcy nrc broken Per
haps it will take but little money
lo make them as good as new
Fl your watch tines not keep
time lake it t<>
W. A. JOHNSON,
Laurons, S. (!.
We have opened up one of
the most complete laundries in
the upper portion ol the Stall',
and arc in a position to give you
i Perfect Work ;??
with prompt service, and our
Work called lor and delivered
in tin' city,
Laurcns Laundry Co.
'Phone No. <>?>.
T. K. Iii im,i ns, Manager.
Ail porsons having claims
against tho estate of Dr. J. 1'.
Simpson, deceased, will present
them to in<', duly attested, and
persons indobtcd to his Es tu to
will make payment to me ul
oodi ii it', s. ('.
\V. W. Simpson.
Adm'l EstatoofJ. 1'. Simpson.
Jan. 21Jrd l})00?ttt.
01 Settlement and Application
for Final Discharge
Tako not ice I baton tho 15th day
of March, 11)00, I will rondor
a final account of my acts and
doings ns Executor of tho es
tate of G. W. Martin, decoascd, in
th?' oflico of Judge of Probate for
Laurens county at 11 a. m,, and
on tho same day will apply for a
final discharge from my trust us
All persons having demands
against said ostato will pleaso
present them on or bofore thai
day, proven and authenticated, or
bo lorovor barred.
W. H. DRUM MOND,
Jan. ut b moo ? P._
Valuable Properly in the City ol'
I .a 11 rons.
Throe or moro two-acre lots on
Main Si reel , cut off from the
Voting placo and the romaindor <>r
the Voting place including tho
house and 40 or 50 acres. A rann
of IIb"? acres on tho Greenville road
if (I partly within tho corporate
limits. Several half aero lots on
Lust Main street, and embracing
Ihn "rock hill etil" with bouse on
one of those lots. Address
N. j MoLMKs, or
II. Y. Sim PHON,
Laurons, s. ('.
Jan. 23rd 1900?4t.
Ober and Pocomoke.
The Two Host Fertilizers,
I have bought largely of these eele
hrated brands of fertilizers and nan
?ell my friends cud the public gen
orally al tho lowest prices. Tho Po?
eotnoko brand, innnufaclurod by the
I'oeoinokc (luano Company of Nor
folk, Virginia, hone of tho most, ex
cellent of high grade fertilizers. More
over it is ono Of the Oldest brand" and
Kineo ho fore tho war it has been con
stantly sold throughout Virginia and
North Carolina. I also handle the
acids of tho Pocomoko c uupany,
The Ober fertilizer Is recognized as
Olio of (ho best guanos on the market
and the people can rest, m-surcd that I
Wib furnish it at the very lowest flg
11 re-. j
(laving purchased fill I to largely, I
am content to make only a sinMI profit
on these lioods. in order to assist the
p. ople and my old customers, espec
ially, ami I ask that they give mo
their orders with the assurance that
I hey Will ICCOive tho best fert ilizers
al the lowest prices.
0W~i leadqu u-ieis, Palmetto l>r 11/ Co.
W. C. [RBY,
Bread te the Staff or Life!'
TlllltErORE HAVE IT?UUU.
SP Always Reliable.
??Now is the hip,li tide of the year" is the song the poet
sings in June: ami February is low tide especially to the
merchant . and lie sin^s much louder than the poet does.
This yeai the general upward tendency makes tin.* brief
season of 1 ? Low Tide" uncommonly interesting.
We inaugurated our Semi?Anual Clearance Sale?this em
braces bleached and unbleached muslin sale. the carpet
clearing sale, the reduction sale of men's and boys clothing
sale, with a host of others. liellcr lake advantage ol the
Low Tide?it wont last long.
Laurens Cotton Mills Store.
1). II. W \ DSWORTIf, Malinger
\VAT< II THIS SPACE FOR TIIK
w g wilson & 00.
t1!k^?, ki^xnkdy bros. ffic
the Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
am. ROHES, und HEARSE, at the
- lowest prices.
A continuance <>!' the generous patronage hitherto extended ivs
pectfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurents. 0.
,1. II. St bl,l\ \\.
It. A. SULLIVAN,
Laurens Mercaatije Co,,:
(OOR JPODR. A'T'IOISj >)
A bid LOT of Shoos from 00 to 85 cents. Those Goods are
rare Bargains. Wo handle tho Ohas, Uisor's, hand-mado, in all
styles of toes for m< n. Tho Cincinnati Custom, made in all shapes
for Ladies?this Shoe is a beauty.
Son our lino of TRUNKS all Bi/.os and prices.
Roys' Suits from Jjl.00 to $1.00; Ladies Capes from $1.00 to
Jusl recoived nnothor shipment of Dove Hams?try them you
will use no other brand.
Buckwheat, Maple Syrup, Raisins, Citrons, Currents, Prunes,
Rtc, Now is tho timo to make your Fruit Cnko.
LAU RENS MERCANTILE CO
Tiik Pi,AOio?Tonn Buii.dinu?formerly Todd & linn's stand.
Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli lias been
in use for over ;?(> years, bus boi'lio the signature <>?'
. .-111ri has been made under his por
P*--^- sonal supervision since Itsinlaney.
"^t<v^, Allow no oik" to deceive you in tills.
All Counterfeits, imitations und Substitutes are imi Ex
periments Hint <rille with ami endanger the health of
Inlauts und Children?Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Costoria is a, substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless und IMoasanl. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance, its ago is Ms guarantee. It destroys Worms
mid allays Fovcrishiicss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic, It relieves Teething Troubles,cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It, assimilates tho Pood, regulates the
Stomach und Rowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea?Tho Mother's Friend*
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears tho Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMC CCNTAUX COMf>HY, TT MU?H>? ITntCT, NCW VORK OITV.
JWIl co 0 3 co ;:o 0* ?? g co @ ? SS^SMMiK
VVc have removed our store u> the Ben?Delia Hotel .?%
1 ** REM?
0' Block, Silgreuves' old stand
Wo arc better prepared than ever lo serve your EsS
0 interest) and shall be pleased lo see you at Ihc new g|
7ix0 0 coco coco 0 ? ??? :-'-co coK
An Unexpected Offer
At time of tho year you naturally expect to pay a pretty stiiV
price for fashionable Spring Clot hing reductions come Inter.
Wo havo a surprise foi you! We ttr< g< ing to give you the
Klogaut, Woll-made Clothing in this town at mid-Summor
Prices. That moans a saving of - t least 20 por oont. for you,
and Spring is not here. Tart <>t' our Spring lino just in. Wo
ask all P> come and givo us the pleasure of showing our qual
ities and what remarkably LOW PIUCKS we are s< Hing thoin
J. K. Mi niter & 15ro.
Laurons, S. 0., Fob. 5, 1000
? a H ri
-1 p_TO DATE
-4$ Hardware Store,
Don't, forgot our N" 7 Stove, with Forty ( In) piecos for
We have a lot "t LMows that wo carried over from last year
that wo will soil at .'M cents per pound.
Themarkot on Burb-wiro is -'ill drong. Th price is still
advancing, Now Would '"'a good tine- ??? Iiiij h | >ro the prido gets
highor, and get your pastures mado before you start your crop. Wo
have a lot on hand and can
S\6ive VOU Mouov
by trading with us. Anything you need in ?air line we will be glad for
you to give us a call.
dust got in a l? ilot of AXES. We are carryii th,. best lino
of AX Ks that e< Ulld bought.
Ucsl Prices I'.tid lor Hides and Hees-Wax.
Bring in your ..hl harness and huv them repaired. Old
Joo is with us at his old stand up-stairs
MOSKLEY a- UOLAND,
Laurons, S. C.,?Ian. 1)0, IttOO. West corner, Public Square.
if go, see our Millinery, Cloaks, Capes, Underwear, Cor
sets, Hosiery, Cloves, Neckwear, ready made Skirts, Waists,
Notions, and the biggo^l line of Fancy Goods for the Hol
iday trade over shown hero, And till at tho
Call and see and wo will convinc you u ? are right' No trouble to
Miss Bossio Brain lott and Mrs. lim ma Uichardson are with ufl
and will bo ploased to see their friends.
( Kind t ho right place).
HVCrs. 3VH -A.c5Lstms
_ McCords' N. w store, Laurons, !->. C.
It KM KM BICH TUM NAM HS
Mansion House s?team Laundry.
I r W I LL M A l< F YOl FEEL
w h mi y >ur wile to
day in il'lling I hat
and c lllar i ivals
snow" "ii hill to|
There is not hing t
your ie e|<, outsid
arm, t hat will pie
Sunday t ha n a C< >l
t ho perfect color
W0 put Oil all
"Nothing succoods like success." As a proof
find our agents I'oprosonting tis in all ol tho pr.i|
Carolina, southorn N rth Carolina and north-east (><!
missions to age.its ir liberal. Wo dofy compotitioi
tity, quantity a.ul niioo. For furthor particular
Gates, Proprietor, Mansion House, Groonvillo, S
Iis y<>u oil a Sun
your shirt front
) and meadow,
hat eun oncircle
? of Ijor snowy
;lSe you more OH
lar done up with
and finish 1 hat.