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LAURENS, s. Ol, Feb. 14, moo
Ol" It LEGISLATURE.
Our Solons seem to be faithfully at
rork, but they talk too much. The
iovk Is rapidly ending. No serious
legis'ation will bo elTeeted. The I) s
lensary haw i- amended, affecting the
Hate Jioard prlncipdly. Appropria
tions and Bupplioi have ehielti occu
pied the uowor House. These Bills are
now In the Senate. The State College
appropriations excited some antagon
ism,but the Idea that the State institu
tions, Colleges, were a part of our free
educational system, prevailed, and all
got their usual modicum. There is a
good deal as usual of pi a nut demagogy
in the debate on these appropriations.
But 'twas ever thus. What Is wanted
in our State is higher education
than the highest now
ip our State t ollcgos,
be supported. Support
liberally, where a'l the ?
should be taught and so of Winthrop
At the South Carolina College literary
education is necessary, where teacher,
and professors are to be made. The
Citadel is a necessity?no guessing in
a soi iety like ours, when we may need
men to teach the ait of handling artll
lory. We may need drill masters to
morrow. Pension laws will be little
changed. Taxe- in the State will be
aboti' as usual, and the same as to Lau
ren 8. Col.W?J. Bryan is invited to
address the General Assembly to-mor
?row. A Hill is pending to postpone our
February term to March. Prom Octo
ber to February is long enough and
February suits best our Jurors.
Speaking of the recent anniversary
dinner of the Gridiron Club In Wash
ington at which quite a number of dis
tinguished men were present. "On
the Tip of the Tongue" says in the
New York Press:
"1 noticed that the older Senators,
tho Northern men in paitioular, ad
dressed the Cridironers as 'you gen
Jen.' Not so Tillman. lie Is im
Isely popular with the con
llents and speaks to them as 'you
' Coolidge informed the audl
that Benjamin had abandoned
f>ensary whiskey for champagne,fat
it for terrapin, the old truck for
iolaw-hammer. Tillman sad that
'had worn his swallow-tail liv
Los and liked it He, therefore,
FWo are still of the opinion that a
fian is somebody when even his clothes
-e discussed by the country. As a
matter however, the dress of A'exau
dir, Caesar and Socrates is not de
The people of South Carolina would
liku to know why the constables are
not discharging their duty.
If they cannot shut up notorious
blind tigers, would it not be well to
turn them olT and hiio others who
would be eflleient In the discharge of
their duty? - Abbeville Press and Ban
Here are two little paragraphs, one
announcing that "the people of South
Carolina" want, information on one
point. THE ADVEHT13EH bogs to re
fer this 'arge cot s'itunncy to a recent
affair at Greenville, figured in by one
Cooley, et al. As to the rocond in
quiry probably the remedy of swap
ping horses whilo crossing tho stream
has been tried I cfore.lt wnsSchley wi.o
Who said that there enough honor to
fo around. And so, what is the use of
ussing. when there is so much money
as to excite the oupudity of so many
prominent gentlemen to take a share
of the spoils? And how much money
is wanted out of this whiskey busi
We appreciate most heartily that
"Scattorwood No. 6" did not forget us.
It is a matter of serious regret with us
that we must forego the pleasure
promised. Bo it known, dear Lau
rens reader, that Scatterwood No. f>, is
a club of the hardest worked members
Of our General Assembh at Columbia,
who, on the eve of breaking up, have
one joyous fostlve night. The club is
composed of the ablest of our States
men, those who are to be Governors
ar.d Judges, of course the choicest of
good fellows. We bespeak them a
royal good time. "A little folly now
and then is relished by the wisest
men." "All work and no play makes
Jack a dull boy."
Columbia, S. C, Feb. 8th, 1900.
Pleasure of your pro-ence is required
to attend tho Ninth Annual Meeting
SOATTEKWOOD ''NO. 5,"
Columbia Hotel, February 1 Ith, 1900,
from 0 f. M, to 1 A. M.
Thomas W. Stanland,
Win. F. Dargan, President.
Sec'y and Treas.
A. Q l. Y. VV. v. N. i. r. P.
It is suggested in the Press that if
the Broad Tire Bill is good for one
part of the State it is good for the en
tire State. This may bo 90. Experi
ment will test the matter. Under fa
vorable circumstances a 1,000 pound
load in tliin county will sink a wheel
to the hub.Then in parts of the Rastern
section of the State the sand is so deep
on the 1st of June that a double team
can scarcely strike a trot down-hill
grade. Circumstances still do alter
Our good Legislators up at Wash
ington and down at Columbia, surely,
suroly, would not hope to lower the
taxes for the people, but they should
not despair of bettering our roads and
road system. In the meanwhile we
arc not to be regarded us having dig*
gifted our plans of road making and
road working as a?system.
If the talk and interest manifested
in reference to fertilizers and trusts en
couragos the making of home manures,
then has an ill-wind blown somebody
Itobbcil the Grave
l^artllng incident, of which
in Oliver, of Phlladelp
ibject, 18 narrated by
' I was in it most (In
My skin wa
Resolutions of the Laureutt County
Whereas, Dr. J. Patillo simp
son, mi active member and an
Ex-Proeidout of this Sooioty, died
at Glenn Springs, S. 0., oil Deo.
Resolved 1st: That in the death
of Dr. Simpson we feel the loss of
n truo and noblo Christian citizen,
oiH'who perfortnod modestly bul
woll tho duties' of lit'*' in every
position in which ho was placed.
He nevor faltored or oomplaiuod,
bul with ouorgy, promptuoss and
fortitude, he fought life's battles
until called upon to lay down his
2nd: That as a member of this
Societ y he was at all times otton?
tivo, courteous und accommodat
ing to his colleagues, exhibiting in
all our transactions a degree of
learning aud proflcienoy,which iu
croased our information and on
haucod the pleasure of a meeting.
At tho bedside of tho aflliotod,
who gavo him their oouiidenco, he
was kind, tender and sympathe
tic, never for u moment forget
ting their case, but with the true
physician's love for his profossiou,
ho brought to bear every remedy
that a oareful iusight and u cor
reot judgmout could suggest for
their restoration to health.
Brd: That in his untimely tak
ing off tho State lias lost a pa
triotic, and progressive citizen, the
eity and county of L-aurons a use
ful und loyal son whose pin CO it
will be hard to li 11. While many
friends mourn his death ho has
left behind him the savor of a
woll spent lifo. The decree of No
lure's God ''Dust thou art?to
dust thou shall return" has boon
fulfilled, but separated from its
mortui coil his noble soul has
found rest beyond with the God
who gave it, tor when In oame to
"that rivor which murks tho tin
known shore his hands woro filled
with deeds of charity-- tho goldon
keys that 'ope the palace of eter
-It 11: That we deeply sympathize
with the wife, children and rela
tives of the deceased and hereby
tender to them our heartfelt con
dolences in this hour of bereave
ment; that our Secretary be in
structed to send to the family n
copy of these resolutions properly
engrossed; that a page in our min
ute hook bo inscribed to his mem
ory and our county papers and
Stute Medical Journal be fur
nished with a copy and requested
tc publish the snme.
Respect fully submitted,
A. J. Christopher, M. I).
J. R. Smith, " "
a. E. Hughes, ?? ??
H. K. Aiken, " "
Job J. Boozer, " "
rj Popular Veteran.
Sj Vote for your choice of Con- ?
u fodorate Veteran Pensioner in ri
|j 1.aureus County to have a free a
rj round trip Railroad ticket top
a tho Lot?8villO' Re-union.
a . n
Tut; Advertiser. ?
The Advkrtxser will pay the rail
road expenses of the most popular
Con fed* rate veteran who draws a pen
sion, in f.aureus county, to the great
Confederate re-union in Louisville.
Kentucky, which opens on the 20th of
Below appears a printed ballot with
a blank space on which the name of
the veteran for whom you wish to vote
may be written in ink or pencil. Clip
this ballot and hand it or send it to
The Advertiser oillco by mail. Any
person may vole as many of these bal
lots as he chooses and persons living
out of the county may vote.
The contest will he confined to pen
sioners, because the advertiser de
sires some votoian to have this trip
who would otherwise be unable to
make it. Ballots will appear every
week up to and including May 28rd so
that every subscriber will i 0 able to
vote about twenty times between this
and the end of the contest. The ballots
can o? course be saved and voted alto
The Advertiser prints each week
about lifty papers which are for sale
and arc not sent to subscribers. These
papers may be bought for five cents
each nosv as heretofore, but no order
for extra papers outside of these will
be received. Therefore tho voting will
bo practically confined to regular sub
scribers and the person who subscribes
now will have that many more oppor
tunttes to vote for one of his old
friends. No one in any way connected
with tho publication of The Adver
tiser will bo allowed to vote.
Bach week the names of the persons
voted for and the number of votes will
be published. It will be a good Idea to
begin your voting next week so that if
you have a friend whom you wish to
get this trip the rcudors of the An
vkktikkk will know that he is being
vote i for.
Readers will understand that Tin:
advkrtisrr will pay all the railroad
expenses of the veteran getting the
most votes to Louisville, and return.
llo\V the vote stands!
?f. D. Mock,. ... 66
Dr. J. II. Williams. 5
IV. B. Lamb,. 13
(J. W. Moore,. :*2
A. A. King. 0
0. H. Hughes,. 6
ii. S. Taylor,. (i
.lonathnnBabb,. ... :t
Blood Cure Soul Free.
By addressing Blood Balm Co.
885 Mitchell Streot, Atlanta, Gu.,
any of on;' readers may obtain a
sample 0t>W.le of their famous B.
B. B.. ?ottmio Rlood Balm, the
.<lest,grandest,-JL?<'?t and strong
jtlilood Remedy kft&fj?i: Ourea
' ",,so Wh, pinMllL*1/
"?ofu ft,eczema, boils Jifl-T"
eating sores, distwssh?
iptmns, cancel, caturrhl
EHi Fro?.medicftl ad!J
when description oi
We havo just passed through
another very cold sp?-11 of weather
which did bo mo damage to Buiall
grain, l>ut wo are having just now
sinn?' warm und rainy weather,
which willgivo ili'' grain a chance
to make sonn; growth, und also
make bad roads for tho farmers t<>
haul tho precious stiiil which has
been Bpokon of bo much <>f recent
Woll, there is no use to say
anything about guano,?the peo
ple will use it lot the cost bo
what it may.
I will (urn my attontion to tho
road business. Tho grout, trouble,
we boliovo, about the road busi
ness is, the law in regard to tho
working of tho ron Is is uot prop
erly enforced. Tho Supervisor of
the county neglects to do his full
duty in regard to the working of
tho roads and consequently tho
road-overseers fail to discharge
their duty. My motion is wo have
law, but not enough enforoomont,
and I don't believe it ever will bo.
Thoroforo lot us havo tho ron
worked by taxation and thou wo
got every one who owns property,
lor thoy aro in tores tod.
The pattons of Broworton school
met at lli?' school house, Friday
night, tin' iiml inst. and organ
i/.cd a debating club. Mr. J. Mil
ton MiirlV was oleoted President;
.1 II. Carlyslo, Vico President and
W. S. Knight, Seorotary and
Treasuror, after which there were
six speeches mado on ths follow
ing query: "Does it pay to use
guano at tin* present prices or
not?" Thoro wore throo on the
alllrniativo and throo on the nega
tive, h was decided that as a
gonera 1 thing it nevor has paid. It
lias been lb'* cause of the farmers
of the South lo neglect illl other
crops > some extent except cot
The next query for debate is:
"Is a boy raised on a farm bettor
prepared for the business of life,
than one raised in tho city. I'o bo
discussed Ifriday night, Huh inst.
Mr. Conway Anderson of your
city tilled the appointment of
Rev. N.J. Holmes at Brewertou
church hist h b Sunday.
Mrs. s. ]-: Beeks, of Polzor, ro
tuined homo last Monday, after
spending two weeks among her
rolufives at Broworton.
Wo say hurrah for the Smith
sulary bill in the Legislature.?
There are plenty of good men in
the county who can ami will fill
the oAlcoa for $1.800 to a great
saving for 1 lie county. Let us cut
down expenses as much as possi
There is more Catarrh in this
section of t lie country than all
other diseases put together and
until tho last few years was sup
posed to be inourablo. For a great
many years doctors pronouci d it
a Local disease, and prescribed lo
cal remedies, ami by constantly
failing to cine with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proved catarrh to bo
a constitutional disease ami there
fore requires constitutional treat
in nt. Hall's Catarrh < bare, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney iV Co.,
O., is the only constitutional cure
on the market. It is taken in
ternally in dososfrom 1" drops to
a teaspoouful. I( acts directly
on the blood ami mucous sur
faces of ili" system. Tiny olYor
one hundred dollars for any case
it fails to eure. Semi for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
F, .1. Chkxby iV Co.,
Solo by Druggists, 76 Cents.
Hull's Family Pills aro tho best
I will (lo, I (lo, do.
Competitors, yon had as well try
to lift yourself m a basket as lo un
My dosirc is to move goods, not to
get casb. Shrewd buyers need no ar
guing. Knob 'mil every claim made hy
me a' this sale is just as represented.
I do not advertise something I haven't
I got. I will sell in the next thirty
days, twenty Pianos at factory prices;
Sixty-five Organs; Foriy-flve Sewing
Machines; ten head of horses: twelve
wagons: olghty head of line Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thorough
bred Jersey heifer calves.
Tin- Piano-; will he sold at wholesale
price for cash,
?15000 Pianos for $300.00: $320 00
Pianos for $205.00; $260.00 Pianos
$145.00; $85.00 Organ for $55.00; $75.00
Organ for 810.00: iff)!).00 Sewing Ma
chine for ifJ^.oO; y 15.00 machine for
Will sell milch cows on three months
note, and anyone buying a milch
eow from me, can pasture next
BUmmcr, fret? of charge, In the May
lurry pastil e six months, which
amounts to $0.00. It is not so much
money that I want n- to get rid of the
Pianos, OigatlS, Bowing Machines.
h9r8CS, wagons and cows, that I have
on hand. I have rented a store in Co
lumbia, s. ('., and will oponjup busi
ness there on danuary 1st, 1000. The
goods I have on hand must be sold re
gardless o(,the cost value to me. This
is no fake sale. I have these goocis and
stock on hand, and they will be sold. If
you have the cash, show it to me, and
you will be surprised, what will buy a
Piano, Organ and Sewing Machine. A
chance in a lifetime to buy at whole
sale price. Piano at $115.00. Think
of it! The agent's commission, the
dealer's profit, arc all taken off, and
you get them at wholesaler's, profit.
Sewing machine needles at 20 cents
a do/.; 20 0. oil at 5 c. per bottle. $8.00
Guitars for $4.50; $5.00 Violins for
$:i. no. ?verythlng elso in (ho small
Instrument lim; to go in proportion.
Come svhile (he goods are on hand.
RL L. ALEXANDER,
Dr. Rolfe ul. Hughes,
Oflieos?Todd Building, Phone 75; and
Cotton Mills Store, 1'honc 100. >
p Specialty prepared for Examin
ing and Treating diseases of Kyo,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
nUL'1 oxaminal ion for Teachers'
n ^R|ii^|^|f|\vi 11 In; held at Lau
"The "Best is <
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
Sarsaparilla is the best medi
cine money can buy, because
it cures ivhen all others fail.
Poor Health - "Had poor health for
years, pains in shoulders, buck and hips,
ivit/i constant headache, nervousness and
no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla.
gained strength and can <work hard all
day: eat heartily and sleep well. I took
it because it helped my husband to whom
it gai/e strength." Mrs. Ii. J. Giffels.
Moose Lake, Minn.
IJottiVfj l'lIU euro Hvor III? j tho non-lrrltatliiR nnd
only <. tUmriic to tako with floo?F? bars??&rlllu.
We have opened up one oi
the most complete laundries in
the upper portion of the State,
and arc in a position to give yon
Perfect Work ' .
with prompt service, and our
Work called (or and delivered
in the city.
Laurens Laundry Co.
'Phone No. 60.
T. K. MunoENS, Manager.
Ober and Pocomoke.
Tho Two Host Fertilizers.
I have bought largely of these cele
brated brands of fertilizers and can
sell my friends and tho public gen
orally at the lowest prices. The Po
COUloko brand, manufactured by the
Pocomoke QuauO Company of Nor
fork, Virgiuia, is one of the most ex
cellent of hi>_rh grade fertilizers. More
over it i- one of the oldest brands and
sinoo before the war it has been con
stantly sold throughout Virginia and
North Carolina. I u'so handle the
a dds of the Pocoinoko C unpany.
Tho Ober fertilizer is recognized as
one of the best guanos on the market
and the- people can rest assured that 1
will furnish it at the very lowest fig
Having purchased quite largely, I
am content to make only u small profit
Oil these goods in order to assist the
people and my old customers, espec
ially, and I a>k that they give me
their orders with the assurance that
they will icceive the best fertilizers
at the lowest prices.
Jp^r^llcadquartors, Palmetto Drug Co.
IV. C. I it BY.
By virtue of an order granted me by
O. G. Thompson, Judge of Probate for
Laurens Counts, I will sell at I.aurens
0. ".. s. C, on the 23d day of Febru
ar}', Inno, commencing at 11 o'clock,
a. m . the following personal property
of the CStato of Dr. .1. 1*. Simpson,
dee'd, to wit: Medical Library, Surgi
cal and Dental instruments, large Mi
croscope, olllco Furniture, including
Iron Safe, Horse and Buggy and three
head of cattle.
The Library, instruments, Office fur
niture, etc., v ill be sold at office in tin*
Todd building, formerly occupied by
I> ? .1 P.Simpson, and the horse, buggy
and cattle immediately thereafter at.
livery stables of C. S. Fuller.
Terms of sale?cash.
\V. W. SIMPSON,
I Fob. b,?3t Administrator.
01 Sett lenient, and Application
for Final Discharge.
Take not ice t hat on the 15111 day
of March, 1000, I will ' rondor
a final account of my acts and
doings jis Executor of the es
tate of Q. \V. Martin, deceased, in
the ofl'lCO of Judge of Probate for
Laurens county at 11 a. m., and
on tho same day will apply for a
Anal discharge from my trust us
All persons having demands
against, said estato will please
present, them on or before that
day, proven and authenticated, or
bo forever barred,
W. II. DRUM MOND,
dan. 0th 100O.?It.
will buy a Graphophono, clock
work motor, reproduces satisfao
torily anil delightfully musical
and other records.
will buy a $5.00 Graphophoue
and a dozen carefully selected Co
lumbia Records?an investment
that will pay a hundredfold in
pleasure. Have you heard the
latest. Columbia Records? Great
results! /Hundreds of selections!
[rito for catalogue.
^nograph Co., 110
'?Now is the high tide of tho year"' is the song the poet
sings in Juno; and Febiuai . is low tide especially to the
merchant . mid he sings much louder than the poet does.
This year the general upward tendency makes the brief
season of ? ? 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. Better lake advantage ol the
Low Tide?it wont last long.
JLaurens Cotton Mills Store.
J). II. WADSWORTH, Manager.
We propose to dispose of our full Ii1?' of .leans and .b ans
The approach of Summer finds us with more of these goods than
wo want. Wo shall got rid of them, and thereby the public is olVored
such a chance (<> save money as seldom comes along.
Als?, plenty of the best Groceries and all General Merchandise at
prices that boats tho LOWEST.
Ltiurens Mercantile Company.
The PlAOE?Tonn Building?formerly Todd & Hull's stand.
Yoix at) Eye
if so, see our Millinery, Cloaks, Capes, Underwear, Cor
sets, Hosiery, Glovos, Neckwear, ready made Skirts, Waists.
Notions, and tho biggest lino of Fancy Goods for the Hol
iday trade ever shown here. And all at tho
Loulest Prices /
('all and see us, and wo will convince you we are light' No trouble il'1
show goods. j
Miss Bessie Bramlott and Mrs. Emma Richardson are with .is
and will bo pleased to see their friends. /
(Kind tho right place). I
UVIrs. 3VE Adams
McCords' New Store, Laurens, S. (D>
Glenn Springs Hotel,
GLENN SPRINGS, S. C.
<|taKKiQ ?2 Sta^&ie ?M?'s?i^
LEADS ALL OTHERS.
There is but one Glenn Spring8, and it has no equal 01V tho
Continent for tho Stomach, Liver, Kidneys,
Bowels ^id Blood . i
Hotel Open June 1st to Oct. 1st.
f&tt* Cuisine and Service Excellent.
Tb? greatest Resort in t&e Sooth,
&W For Board apply to SIMPSON & SIMPSON, Glenn Springs
South Carolina. Water $1.75 per caso, bottles to be returned.
Water for sale by Tho L..urona Drug Co., Kennedy Bros., Dr. B.
F. Posoy, Laurons, S. C. /
THE LAURENS BAR.
XV. It. K NICHT 11 P. ROPEIt.
KNIGHT & ROPER,
Attorneys ami Counsellors at Law.
xvill prantlco In all tho Courts of the
Statt". Prompt attention to all DU8l?
noss entrusted to them.
Olliee, Luurons, 0. IL, MeCord's new
H. V. SIMI'son. 0. 1). UARKSDAtiB.
SIMPSON & HAltKHDALE,
Attorneys at Law,
LAU RENS, S 0,
Special attontlon given to tho invest!
Ration of titles und collection of claims
11. W. BALI.. L, XV. BIM KIMS. W.W. BALL'
BALL, si >i kins ?v. BALL,
Attorneys at Law,
Laukkns, South Carolina.
Wo praotioo in ?II Stulo ami United
Statoa Courts. Bpoolnl attontlon given
W.W. KENNEDY, ROUT. A. COOPER.
KENNEDY & COOPER,
Attorneys at Law,
- LAUKKNS. S. C.
Valuable Properly All the Cltj Of
Three or moro trvvo-aore 1??1 h on
Main Street., cut off from the
Young place and Aho remainder of]
the Young placf including tho'
house and 40 or ?70 acres. A farm
of 10(> acres on t.ioGreenville road]
and partly within tho corporate
limits. Several half acre lots oin
East Main strjbot and embracing
tho "rock hill put" with house on
one of those lojts. Address
N . .1. Hoi,mks, or
H. Y. Simpson,
Laurons, S. C.
Parties luv.ving business with the
County Sujporvisor will find him
in his officio on Monday and Fri
day of ca/ch wonk, between tho
hours of t(on o'clock a. m. and 4
R. P. ADAIR,
0 IMock, Sitgrcaves' dj I stand
0 We arc botterMircparcd than ever lo serve your >q>
? interest, am! shallflv.' ised tin- new ?
0) stand. R
We have reinovtM om store lo the lien-Delia Hot*.! 0
WATCH TillS SPACE Fol! THE
1 ANNOUNCEMENT OF
W G WILSON & CO.
(An Unexpected Offer
At time of the yenr you naturally expect to pay a pretty still
price for fashionable Spring Clothing reductions come later.
We have a surprise for yon! We are going i" give you tho
ISIbgant, Well-made Clothing in this town al mid-Summer
Prices. That means a saving of ?( lojist 20 per cent, for you,
aifd Spring is not here. Part of our Spring lino just in. Wo
n?k all t>> como and give us tho plcasuro of showing our qual
ities and what remarkably Low PRICES we are Belling thorn
Very rospeel fully,
r iX oro.
La.urens, 8. C, Fob. 5, 19 10
Don't forget our No. 7 Stove, with Forty ( \") pieces for
. We have a lot of Plows that we carried over from last year
th?j,t wo will sell at 31 cents per |> mud.
Tho market on Barb-wiro is still strong' Tho pric is still
advancing. Now would ho a good time to buy beforo tho price gets
higher, and got your pastures mtide h Tore you start your crop. Wo
hnlvo a lot on hand and can
Save YOU Monev
bly t rading with u>. Anyt hing you need in nur lino we will be glad for
jon to give us n call.
.hist got in a big lot of AXES. We aro carrying tho host lim
(jif axes t hat could bo bought.
Best Prices Paid for Hides and Bees-Wax.
00" Bring in your old harness and have thorn repaired. Old
-loo is with us at his old stand up-sinil's.
Yours t rnly,
MOSELE^ & ROLAND,
l.auiens, S. ('., Jan. :to, lOOO. West corner. Public Square.
^ T 2? KENNEDY BROS. zl?z
the Undertaking business at tho old stand. COFFIN'S, CASKETS
ani) ROBES, and HEARSE, at tho
* ?LOWEST PflJCES,
A continuance of tho generous patronage hitherto extended ros
pectfully solicited. KENNEDY BROS., Laurens,S. 0.