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Ion Frico-12 .Months, *1..'>0
'ayable in Advance.
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Ii. >v. BALL, Editor.
Ad void Ising.- Ordinary Ad?
nnrnts, per Bquaro, one insor
1.00; each Bubsi quent insertion,
its Liberal reduction made
\v. w. Ball,
RENS, S. C, Feu, 28, 1000
AI Home and Abroad.
National Democratic Committee
t tho Raleigh House, Washlng
bru&ry 22ud and llxed Kansas
Mo . as ihr place and July Ith as
'date of the assembling of the Con
don. "Westward the star of cm
takes its way ' and the city se
ll is central in the mighty conti
It used to bo QS goes IViinsyl
SO goes the Union but Indiana,
Ids, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and
\esota are now mighty giants with
tonati voices In tho -ti I young
J)lic. The 22lld and tho immortal
?bt were considered by t!?*?
as day- to "conjure" with
'rust the event In November
)ow some witchcraft in them
IVashlngton the liuanclul BUI rank
gold the standard i- settled. Quay's
it tO a seat in the Senate from
llisyivania and Clark's, of Montan i,
live questions. Governments for
Colonies are being settled and our
fajsji industries und tarin laws nod
fB handling. If I'orto Kioans are
Rk-; <>f thi- p'utocratlc republic.
MWheir goods should come here
HL' duty. Hut there Is U st'Otlg
?oy to use them hs heathen for
IP*-?it looks more dreary for them
B? the tyranny of Spall) and the hist
Tte of these poor people promises
T8o than the llrst.
Ehe Lnurens Advert! i r
e of Mcl.nurin's friends,
ly the newspaper fr!<
med him up when he was a can
. "*J? in the primary of 180(1, show
"Atoms of downright* nausea at his
iretit bem'ings towards 'he Ropub
n party," and it goes on to make
sneering remarks concerning
>86 newspapers. As the State seems
be includt d in this category, we
1 say very simply that this newspa
per supported AioLuurln in order to
feat John Gary l-'vatis, whoso can
lacy menaced the peace and dignity
the State. There was no ambiguity
!)0ut its position then, and there
mil be none now. Much as Mr. Mc
aurin has disappointed expectation
n some respcocts, we l ave no roerel
or our action. The Advertiser, which
haR shown a certain tenderness for
Evans will not agree-; but we still think
John Lowndes McLnurln decidedly the
better of toe two men from whom we
were compelled to chose.?The State.
Here we have confession, avoidance
and attack. Without a stalwart
ohsmplon wo arc poorly Oil in this
We had occasion in las- week's issue
to commend the work of the Legisla
ture as a whoie. Wo htill think that
the Biennial resolution should have
passed. It may be true that tho State
Is getting out of a deep rut and mis
struck a smooth road to prosperity,
but economy hi 8 hi en n the past the
honored rule among our public men.
Again, we do not commend the di
verting of the sinking fund lo building
of a State House. A State House
should be u thing of art and beauty
and the appropriation made will .not
answer the end More money will be
asked. And the sinking fund was
already appropriated. But it has been
Abncr McKinley, a brother e>f the
President, made a flying visit to the
South, seeing Atlanta, Columbia and
Charlotte. His impressions are re
ported in a New York paper and he
BHvs that Colum'da and Charlotte re
minded him of "Yankee" towns. There
Is such a thing as?"it goes without
saying"?and Atlanta is probably in
the category. Kv< rybody will rejoice
In sigi s of progre s in our dainty capi
tal city on the Congaree, but there Is
sometimes a bad llavor about de
scriptive adjectives Says Hamlet:
"thrift, thrift, Horatio, thrift; tho
funeral baked meals did Ibly furnish
forth the marriage feilst."
Gen. Hobs is bobbing up at la.-i as a
winner?beating the poor Boers. If
he closes tbe South African cam
paign prompts he goes into the coming
contury a hero. Wellington alter a
great career turned politician and
spoiled it all. Nelson was more for
tunate, being killed in battle in the
arms of victory. Alexander died
luckily in the mldsi of the most sue
ce8sful campaign in history. Caesar
met the dagger of (bss'US before he
had time to f?iil as a Statesman. It is
not an easy la k to extract the olaws
of the British Lion.
Hon. I.. W. Simkir.s, who heard
Bryan in Columbia, asked about the
"He chiefly impresses one ns greatly
in earnest and of deep conviction of
the soundness of his utterances. A
stalwart body, big heart, big mind
and bbr mouth ?the mouth of an oia
tor. The News and Courier picture of
him Is true to tho life.
The energy, skill, tpct and talent
With which the little municipality of
Charleston stole Bryan away from Co
lumbia after a "hasty plate of Soup"
at Columbia was tactful. How things
Remember in buying your gar
den feed get them fresh for old
seed may not como up. You can
feol safe in buying of us as wo had
no old steed to carry over, and all
onr packages havo 11)00 printed
upon them. See to it that 1000 ist
printed en each packages.
Palmetto Drug Co.
Every day is moving day hero.
Our goods llatly refuse to stund
still on our Iloor?. Don't you want
somo to come to your house.
S. M. et E. II .WilkosA Co.
Tho bret 25 cents ladles' hose on
tho market at (>. B. Simmons.
Buy }Otir kid gloves from <). 15. Sim
fail to take advantage of the
The noxt meeting of the Lau-J
I'Olia County Teachers' Associa
tion will In- held in the Graded
School building, at Laureus, on
Saturday, Maron 8rd Hioo, ix-^in
ning at 11 o'clock.
First: "Moral Training in the
Sohool8."--J. I'. Pitt8 and -lohn
Second: ''Object Toaohing."-?
Mr. ( harlio Brooks, Misses Bessie
Httdgons and ?muiio Meng.
I Third: ''Method versus Knowl
edge."?A. B. Kiloy.
Fourth' Annual election of of
All members are expected to
tttko part in tho discussion of
W. l*. Culbcrl^on,
.1 A. Madden,
Miss Mary L. Tilts,
V.x cut Ivo Committoc.
Mi?. E?itou: As there scorns to
he a strong sentiment prevailing
in the State to better tin1 condi
tion of the Bohools und a growing
demand for bettor prepared
teachers, pleaso allow us u few
I words to tho teachers und trustees
of this county .
About one your ago the Lau
i ens County Toachers' Association
was organized. Not more perhaps
tltau hull' the teachers of the
c tuity have attended tho meet
ings of tin' Asssciation, yot wo
fool Bttro that tin' oiticiouoy of the
leaching force has been increased.
Useful iuformation of better
methods, a more thorough un
derstanding of the pr fession, u
greater appreciation and lovo of
tlie work intrusted to (horn are
some of the rewards of those who
have taken the trouble to attend.
We believe that these teachors nre
devoted to their work We do not
doubt that the genuine public
spirit which actuates them gives
them no higher motive than the
improvement of tin- educational
facilities of tin- county and tln>
proper training of its children.?
Their ambition to make 1,aureus
equal with the best, in tin edu
cated citi/.enship is highly com
mendable. In such tin effort, is
it asking too much that they havo
the earntst ooperatiou and help
of nil th" teachers and trustees of
tho county und tin- sympathy of
all people We can only guess at
tho progress that might he made
in this direction by a united effort
of till educators and school offi
cers. Wo believe that, Teachers'
Associations nre a part ol the edu
cational system, und that duty,
us well as privilege and ambi
tion, enters the obligation to at
tend. It certainly should he our
earnest desire to improve every
opportunity of increasing and
strengthening our preparation and
to he able to accomplish our
work by menus of the most sue
oessful methods. Future man
hood, womanhood, statesmanship,
citizenship and much more are in
our hands? How art? wo shaping
them? Are we doing the best we
can? Are we well equipped for
such a work? Have we n proper
estimate of the trust imposed?
Do we need greater enthusiasm?
I et us work together for these
ends and pull together for the up
building of our people and county.
May we know fully and appre
ciate the fact that eduoation is a
preparation not for broad-win
ning, but for more abundant liv
I Wo hope to have at our next
meeting mote of the teachers and
trustees. No initiation fee is no
.sary* no formal introduction.
Ail you have to do is to give your
presence and enroll your name
and you are entitled to nl! the
privileges of full membership.
Let us feel tin: duty of aiding
others in this work, us well ub
heiter equipping ourselves. We
cannot afford to stand still in this
matter, for this would mean stag
nation and death to progress.--*
Oin own success, tho welfare of
the county, people and future
generations demand this of us us
our reasonable sacrifice. Let. us
realixo it und strive to fulfill our
mission in tho best way possible.
The trustees of the county uro
expected to co-oporate und lend
ii helping hand in tho interest of
the schools, teachers and children
in.der their c llicial care.
Thai Throbbing lleiulaciie
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's Now Life Pills.?
Thousands of sufferers havo
proved their matchless merit for
sick and Nervous Headaches/They I
mtike pure blood and strong I
in rv sand build up your health.
Eisy to take. Try them. Only 20
Cent'*. Money back if not cured.
Hold by the Luurens Drug Co.
Sullivan Township Pensioners.
Pensioners and applicants for
Pensions in Sullivan townthip aro
requested to meet the Hoard at
Tumbling Shoals, March 6th at
10 A. M. New applicants must
L. H. Roper,
Stobo J. Bolt,
T. I?, It
"Catch the opportunity." By
taking Hood's Sursuparilhi now
you may build up your health and
prevent serious iilnesH.
Blood Cure Soul Free.
By addressing Blood Balm Co.
885 Mitchell Street, Atlanta, Ga.,
any of our readers may obtain 11
sample bottle of their famous B.
L^^L?vBot'.tnie Blood Balm, the
9 BB^'andesI..best and strong
BYa'^MIieinody known. Cures
The health of the community Is re
markably good at this writing, hence
thore are no eases tu report.
We art: having another very old
spell of weather. The probability is
tbat liie small grain is mostly killed. II
BO, it Will be a groat Bel back to the
The Union Baptist ohuroh has ox
tended a call to the Rev. Uichardson.
of Fair-view, Greenville county, to
SUCCCed Rev. I). A. Swindler, who has
been bor pastor for three years.
Miss Bella Martin is on a visit to
Mis Lulu Jone-, of Irby's. She will
probably visit the Mt. Bethel Springs,
not so much to quench thirst as to
take in its calcium to improve her
health. We tlid not know however
that calcium was good for heart dis? |
Mr-. 1311a Knight is on a visit <o her
father's at Mauldln. We hear that
Mr. Krnest Duller, brother of Mrs.
Knight Is v. ry sick at this writing.
Mrs Lulu Jones, of Irby's, was down
on a Btcsuge expedition the other
dsy. We hardly know what to call it
anyway. She went back with her
buggy ladon with chickens, gardon
and water melon seed-, seed 00rn,80ap,
COllards and potatoes.
a a a j *i j j a a a a'a a j -a j a n iu^ l t?::: c u
I The Most
\ Popular Veteran.
rj Voto for your choice of Con
a federate Vetorati Pensioner in R
|j Laurons County to haven freer!
rj round trip Railroad ticket, to?
a tie' Loui8villo Re-union. ri
'f* Tum Advertiser, fj
.-i i n r\ "i n -\ i f t r. r r r: r r. r iEI a a 3 n n a n a
Tub AdvketIsbr will pay the rail
road expenses rf the most popular
Con fed rate veteran who draws a pen
sion, in [.aureus county, to the great
Confederate rc-unlon it Louisville,
Kentucky, which o;ien. n the 20th of
lit low appear- a printed ballot with
a blank space ?n which tho name of
the veteran for whom y u wish to vote
may l>o written iii ink or pencil. ( !lp
this ballot and hand it or send it to
Tun \ dvertisbr olllco by mail. Any
person may vote as many of these bal
lots us ho chooses and persons living
out of the county may vote.
Tbe contest will bo confined to pen
sioners, because Tin: ADVERTISKR de
sire- si mo veto an to have this trip
who would 6thorwlcc be untble to
make it. DallotS will appear every
week tip to and including M ay 28rd so
that every subscriber will I C able to
vote about twenty times between this
and tho end of the contest. The ballots
can ol course be saved and voted alto
i 'I uk ADVERTISER prints each week
about llfty papers which are for sale
and are not sent lo subscribers These
papers may he bought for live cents
I each now as licretofoio, but no order
lor extra pipers outside of these Will
be received. Therefore the voting will
bo practically confined to regular sub
scribers and the person who subscribes
now will have that many more oppor
tunstes to voto for one of his old
fnonds. No one in any way connected
with the publication of TllK ADVER
TISER will bo allowed tu vote
Each week the n mes of tho persons
voted for and the number of votes will
be published. It will be a good Idea to
lu gin your voting next week so that if
you have a friend whom you wish to
get this trip the readers of Till', An
VERTISEll will know that he is being
Itcaders will understand that Tin:
ADVERTISKR will pay till the railroad
expenses of the veteran getting the
mos; votes to Louisville, and return.
now the vote STANDS:
.1. I). Mock. . . 143
Dr. .1. II. Williams. II
W. B. Lamb,. 21
G. W. Moore,.Ill
A A. King. 1!)
C. II. Hughes,. 7
II. S. Taylor,.(i
Jonathan liabb. 7
W. W. 1 owe, - - - 20
L M Langston, - - - 8
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn,
pcald, cut or bruise. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, the liest '; in the
world will kill the pain and
promptly heal it. Cures old sores,
lever sores, ulcers, boils, felons,
corns, all skin eruptions. Best
pile euro on earth. Only 25 cents
a box. Cure guaranteed, ?old by
Tho Laurens Drug Co.
Messrs. S. M. & K. II. Wilkos &
Co., Laurons, S. C.
Clonts: 1 bought a Sunny South
Stovo from you six yours ago I
do not want a better cooking
stove. It is just us good its the
day I bought it.
Mrs. Mat tie G. Lindsay,
Ora, S. C.
I OU SAfdO?Dosirable residence and
lot on Main Street, known as Mrs.
Clarke's boarding house, in the city
Of LatirenS, S.O. Terms easy. Apply to
Jmo. a. Barksdale,
President of National Hank.
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs.
Ads K. Hurt, of Ciroton, 8. I).:
"Was taken with a bad cold
which settled on my lungs* cough
set in and finally terminated in
OotiMimption. Four doctors gave
me up, saying I could live but a
shot! time, i gave myself up to
my Savior, determined if I could
not stay with my friends on earth,
I would meet my absent ones
above. My husband was advised
to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I give it ii trial, took in all
eight bottles. It has cured me, und
thank God, ( am saved and now n
well and healthy woman." Trial
holtlos free at The Laurens Drug
Co, Regular si/.o 60 cents and
$1.00. Guaranteed or price re
Honest Clay is a standard bred
stallion, of good record, weighs
1,10.0 pounds and nge 5 yoars.?
Color, coal black Will bo on ex
hibition at. Laurens Salesday. Will
do the season at Eden, or whero
wanted. Insuraneo $10.00.
.1. It. Willis.,
Eden, H. C.
having businoss with tho
^ipervisor will him
"Honest Labor Bears
a Lovely Face."
There is nothing more
pleasing to look upon than a
hearty, ruddy face, gained by
honest toil. They are the
saving of the nation, these
toilers of both sexes, strug
gling for daily bread.
T?re blood makes tfiem able to keep up
the daily round of duly at home, shop or
store. If the blood has a taint or im
purity, or a run d&wn feeling comes on,
the one remedy is Hood's Sarsaparille,
America's Greatest Medicine for the blood.
Poor Blood ? "?My blood <ioas so
poor that in /loitest iveat/ier I felt cold.
Hood's Sarsapartlla made me warm. It is
the rigid thing in the right place." Hattle
J. Taylor, Woodstcnvn, N. J,
Hood's I'lll* i i.M' liver ills; tin- noii Irrtiutliiit and
only eaOl'uttle I" tnkr with Hooil'ii Sai-m.irlUa.
Wo want von to try us and
sec tor yourself what kind <>i
work we do. Wo will not resl
until we have secured a trial
from yon, because we believe it
you will try our work we can
please yon better than any laun
dry yon ever patronized.
Lau re us Laundry Co.
'Phone 60 will biinjr our team.
T. K. Mudgens, Manager.
THE IAURENS BAR
W. U KNIGHT It K HOP UK.
KNIGUT & ROPER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law*
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Prompt attention to all busi
ness entrusted to them.
Office, I.aurens, C. II., Menord's now
II. Y. KI'.M l'SON. 0. D. UAKKSDALK.
SIMPSON & BAKKSDALIi,
Attorneys at Law,
LAURKNS, s. C.
Special attention given to the. invest;
gation of titles anil eoMeotlon of claims
W. W KENNEDY. ItOUT. A. COOPER.
KENNEDY & COOPER,
Attorneys at Law,
LAU runs, s. C,
Office in Mintcr Building, over Wilkcs'
Prompt attention to ah Business.
Ober and Pocomoke.
The Two Best Fertilizers.
I have bought largely of these cele
brated brands of fertilizers and can
sell my friends and the public gen
erally at the lowest prices. The Po
comoko brand, manufactured by the
l'ocoinoke Quano Company of Nor
fork, Virginia, Is one of the most ex
cellent of high grade fertilizers. More
over it is one of the oldest brands and
sir.ee before the war It has been con
stantly sold throughout Virginia and
North Carolina. I also handle the
acids of the l'ocoinoke Company.
The Ober fertilizer is reCOgnlzod as
one of the best guanos on the market
and the people can rest assured that I
will furnish it at the very lowest fig
Having purchased quite largely, I
am content to mal' 1 only a small profit
on these goods in order to assist the
people ami my old customers, espec
ially, and 1 ask that they give me
their orders with tho nssurancc that
they will iccelve the best fertilizers
at the, lowest prices.
MM^lIcadquarters, Palmetto Drug Co.
W. C. [RBY.
Dr. Rollo E. Hughes,
Oiliecs?Todd Building, Phone 7?; and
Cotton Mills Store, Phone 100.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Treating disoases of Eye,
Ear, Throat and Noso.
What 1 say
I will do, 1 do, do.
Competitors, you had us well try
to lift yourself m it basket as to un
My desire Is to move goods, not to
get cash. Shrewd buyers need no ar
guing. Rach and every claim made by
me at this sale 1. just as represented.
1 do not advertise something I haven't
got. I will sell in tho next thirty
days, twenty I Manns at factory prices:
Sixty-live Organs; Forty-live Sewing
Machines: ten head of horses: twelve
wagons; eighty hofld of fine Jersey
milch cows; twenty head of thorough*
bred Jersey heifer calves.
The Pianos will be sold at wholesale
price for cash.
$10000 Pianos for 1300.00: $320.00
Pianos for $265.001 $260.00 Pianos
$146.00; $85.00 Organ for $55.00; $76.00
Organ for $10.00; $65.00 Sewing Ma
Chine for $2?.00; (146.00 machine for
Will sell milch .-rows on three months
note, and anyone buying a milch
cow from mo, can pasture next
summer, free of chnrge, In tho May
berry pnsture. six months, which
amounts to $0.00. It Is not. so much
money that I want as to get rid of tho
Pianos, () guns, Sewing Machines,
horses, wagons and cows, that I have
on hand. I have rented a store in Co
lumbia. S. ('., ai d will open up busi
ness there on January 1st, 1000. The
goods I have Oil unnd must ba sold re
g.u d'ess of the co.-t valuo to me. This
is no fake sale. I havo theso goods and
stock on hand, and they will be sold. If
you havo tho cash, show it to me, and
you will he surprised, what will buy a
Plane, Organ and Sowing Machine. A
chance In a lifetimo to buy at whole
sale juice. Phino at $116.00, Think
of it! Tho agent's commission, tho
dealer's profit, are all takon oil, and
you get them at wholesaler's profit.
Sowing machine needles at 20 cents
a do/.; 20 e. oil at 6 c. per bottle. $8.00
Outers for $4.60; $5.00 Violins for
^--uuii^JCverything olso In the small
o to go In proportion.
"Now is the high lid" of the year" is the song the poet
sings in June; and February is low tide especially i?> the
merchant . nnd lie sings much louder than the poet duos.
This year ihe general upward tendency makes the brjel
seaso oi" ?? Low Tide" uncommonly interesting.
Wo inaugurated our Scmi-Anuul Clearance Sale?this em
braces bleached ami unbleached muslin sale . the carpet
clearing sale, the reduction sale of men's and boys clothing
sale, with a host of Others. Letter lake advantage <>l the
Low Tide ? il wont last long.
JLaurens Cotton Mills Store.
l). II. WADSWOiiTll, Rlaiingor.
suggest i<> many people something llinisy and clAap
t looking, l?ow associate thorn with anything
Beally Beautiful ? t .
until thoy see our display whon they change their opin
ions. We aro showing the now Oovorts, Madras, Zephyrs,
and Mercerized g.In in great variety of pattorn, color
anil prico. (Ionic and soo us and romembor the rule Koro
i> Big Value for Little Money.
Under Ben-Delia Motol.
Wo propose to dispose of our lull
Pants QI riCK.
The approach of Summor finds us \vi
we want. Wo shall get rid of them, and
such a ohanco to save money as seldom c<
Also plenty of the bvst Grocorios and
prices that beats the LOWEST.
Tiik Place?Tonn Building?forin
There is but one Glenn Spring*,
Continent for the Ston
Hotel Open Juni]
$BJtf* Cuisine nnd Service B
Ilm Br?atest I?
gW For Hoard apply to SIM I
South Carolina. Water $1.75 pc
Water for sale by The Laure
V. Posey, Laurens, S. C.
Bros., Dr. B.
Sottlomont and Applicatj
for Final Discharge
Take not ice t hat, on t lie 1 slh|
of March, 1000, I will re(
a Anal account of my nets
doings as Executor of thj
tute of GL \V. Mart in, rloco
tho office of Judgo of ProbaJ
Laurons county at 11 a. m,
on tho samo day will apply
final dischargo from my ti
All persons having d
against, said estato will
present them on or beul
day, proven und authonticj
ho forever barred.
W. H. DRUM MO j
dun. 0th h><>(> - It.
II, W. HA 1,1,. I, W. SIM KINS.
BALL, SIM KINS cVj
Attorneys At i
LAURBNS, South 0\
Wo praotlOO tn all Stall
FtatOH Courts. Npuulal attj
Iglit fully musical
hofully selected Co
a hundredfold in
ive you heard the
iia Records? Great
feds of select ions !
Mionngraph Co., 110
b., Haiti more, Md.
Icago, St. Louis, Wash
ladclplilu, Paris, Sau
Li co. Berlin.
Bov of Yours fe
will soon need a now Buit. Clotho him in
(a noat, stylish suit. Wo have them, ntui prices that
eann.it be duplicated. Wo invite all who are thinking
of buying Boon to oomo and lot us show you our recent
arrivals. The prices and qualities will do the rest.
J. K. Minter & Bpo.
Laureus, S. C, Fob. 27, 1000
n\ ? iff ~ SSpii
THE OLD FIRM
^ K K A N KIM 1) ROS. tinue the"
the Undertaking businoss at tho old stand. COFFINS, CASKETS
a ;i) ROBES, and HEARSE, nt tho
A ooutiuuanco of tho gonorous patronage hitherto extended res
pootfully Bolicitod. KENNEDY BROS.. Laurens,S. C
I I'-TO DATE
Wear*'still here in business with the lat?-t improved goods
and best prices. Wo have just received out iir.e of Harrows. Bo
sup' and see us beforo you buy. Wo have an imperial Disc Harrow,
10 Disk that we bought I of ore the advance we will soil at $20.00.
Wo can give you tho imperial Disc and also tho Cut-out Disc
Harrow, S Disc for $22 00.
We have too, tho Imperial /.uy-Zuy Harrow at a low price
and every farmer should havi ono. Wo think these goods to be tho|
best on tho market,.
Call and boo us, wo will lake pleasure .-i showing you through
our line. Don't fail to boo us before buying your Guano Distributor
and Cotton Planters. Wo can
IJcsi Prices Paid for Hides and Bees-Wax.
Bring in your old harness and have thorn repaired. Old
Joe is with us nt his old stand up-stairs.
Yours t rulv.
MOSELEY & ROLAND,
iiaurens, S. C, Fob. l'7, 1000. West comer. Public Square.
WATCH THIS SPACE POR TDK
ANNOl'NCEM ICN 1' OK
M SPRING GOODS h~
W G WILSON & CO.
Yoii arj Eye
if so, sen our Millinery, (31 <>nks, Capos, Underwear, Cor
sets, Hosiory, Olovos, Nockwoar, ready made Skirts, Waists,
Notions, and fcho biggest line of Fancy Goods for the Hol
iday trade ever shown hero. And all at tho
Call and see ns, and we will convince you we arc right* No troublo to
Miss Bossio Bramlott and Mrs. Emma Riohardsou are with us
and will be pleased to see thoir friends.
(Find the right. placo).
Mrs- 3N/? Adams
McCords' Now Storo, Laurons, S. C.