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12 Mont Iis, $1.50
M- Bquaro, ono inser
:ral reduction made
W. W. Ball,
If., MAY [?, f00O.
ami A In oad.
J British pushing along
columns, two on the
IBobs and I lulleren t he Haul.
?itt sympathy expressed for
throughout the earth Inn
Ilm lost his house by lire gol
one friend and dollars Iroin
tosolul ions oi sympathy eut
ionferonco was held at Mont
II debate had over the race
d much speechifying by pliil
lit will be settled by lime,
it is being settled to-day.
Its march, march, march. A
g that a ciow would live a
?s caged one to t r\ the
A ml t bus by s\ ait lug t be
grout racial and social pro
>n proposes, Ood dis|>oscs.
ionic stir here over the fact
and alien foreign eml
|ur sIlOl'OS weekly. I hit
rroal horde of Japanese
Feltizens reached the
as luborOI'S. 'They gol
miey prosperity, four
go a blast cd t louoese
uontinout in t r.\ ing to
if Indies by way of the
tens oi i housands of his
reasy, hungry and smell
?e fol low ing his heels.
|m publishes that William
an ox-punslonlst, is
liuiio a great navy, is hob
lb Ih'ltaln and means to an
Argentina to bis I'.m
1) not let our Monroe doctrine
and thus we may have war
many in due Ihn? ' In the
up-to-date, ibis William
|i himself a w ise Prince and it
Iiat he will continue to provi
any t>n his own side,
jtlonal Populists held their
at Sioux trails, S. I), on
^lud adopteil a platform
The 21sl ol .I line." but all is well
ends well. With a great hip. hip.
i*ah. caps, handkerchiefs, cane
itera in tho air, they nominated for
!Presidency the Democratic candi
W. J. Bryan, of Nebraska.
f\vn at Havana McKinloy's Post of
have stolen a million or so and
tlubans arc laughing "derisively
ihkec honosty. Of course the Yai
understands w hul I h'oconsularGov
Mit is for and what be is there
|i Corbett and Joffrios, pugilists,
^out on Friday last at Coney Island
}humpionship..llin mudo a pretty
lint on the 23rd round bit the
the SCCOnd time. This settles
rlngster. But he should
hat muscTo don't count in these
lectrie und dynamite forces
consists in lacing hull of the
kinouth, ami that in fact, he
othing. The manly proper
Hercules and Apollo once
*r something, and the fair
Diana of this day expect
?thing better'1 than graceful phy
the Stale Democratic Convention
^tS at Columbia at noon to-day and
Imune delegates to tlic Kansas City
lentlon of the national party to sit
\ith. Little CISC Will be done. There
strong expression on Salcsdav for
Inty to county canvass by State
IJatos and ii Is very likely t hat the
live Committee w ill ho instructed
[y out tin- idea. Bryan and anti
iutions will be passed, but in
Awhile wo have X X X anti
laws already on our statute hooks.
Ie*xander cut the gold ion knot, J'Ct all
lnds seem to slugger beforo this world
?do monstrosity. We lake occasion to
|y here that TiiK Advkhtiskr regards
ryan stock" on a healthy boom and
snty-tivo per cent sironger than it
; ten days ago.
iDown in Old Hdgcflchl.
Jgrcat county is represented to
'the state Democratic Conven
py two ex-Governors, John C.
aril and Benjamin K. Tillman.
lore is what the amiable Edge
phronicle has to say of the Sales
Iice and harmony prevailed.?
visaged war hath smoothed
jnkled front. Thorescorns tobe
|'c remembrance t>t' Conservative
|omon says, "of the wise man
by, happy for ISdgoflld and for
io folk-, wore strongly endorsed at
on Salesday. MeSweeney at
hpton for Governor, Patterson at
frnwell, Gary at Abbeville, VVharton
Laurens for Railroad Commissioner,
ilson for Congress at Spurtanburg,
('itliner at Anderson und Walhalla and
Dllinger tor Attorney General at
arnwell and so around the circle.
should boa Business League of
men in thi> city. We are not
of .enterprises of great pith
alt bough w e have no
>l idle capital, yet t here
kdustriosthat 'might he
did Up tho town. A
^consider them and
announcement appeared in a Co
(>ia paper of the reported declina
of Hon. P. Ii. Gary. In a card he
s that he will run the race,
wo have Governor MeSweeney,
[Patterson, Mr. Sehumpcrt and the
prohibitionist nag?yet tied out
pie bushes. Ho will probably be
lght to view by the 21th inst.
Hon. .1. William Slakes.
Iho country Pros.-, owes a debt to
)grcesman Stokes for his tribute to
ISOfulnesS and value in his speech
(ho Houso on the postal laws,
adles roady made shirts at 0. B.
Cold SI eel or DonlhT
iThero is but one small chance to
c your life and that is through an
ration," wan the awful pro.-pect sot
Iore Mrs. [. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,
8., by her doctor after vainly trying
;uro her of a frightful ease of atom
trouble and yellow jaundice. He
|n't count on the marvellous power
ESleotric Bitters tO euro Stomach
|d Liver troubles, but she heard of it.
)k seven bottles, was wholly cured,
folded surgeon's knife, now weighs
jro and feels better than ever. It's
sltlvoly guaranteed to cure Stomach,
/er and Kidney and never disap
lnte. Prieo BO cents nt Laurens Drug
Jargains in baby Caps.
o. B. Simmons.
fever in the history of our Bicycle
Isinews have we had such a line of
cycle and Bicycle Sundries as wo
ve now. r'all in and seo our lino.
S. M. & K. H. Wilkes A; Co.
Pully rings in all co'ors at 15
jntWsnd a now lot of pastel ribbons
?tolts. At Mrs. Adams.
mt Bhoes for mon at O.
The Voter's Burden.
Tho candidates come, the euudtdtiles go.
< )h! whal a terrible roar;
Fach saving, "vole for mo. lul the oth
Tho'ro about two dozen or more!
Thoy sturtod this time id beginningol
Thoy re running at a fearful rate.
Kai li one tolls sou lie's in I lit) ring:
They were afraid they'd ho loo lute.
Some lll'lvo liii'1 h?t'SOS, hind from the
They don'eare how they dt'lvo him:
They'll oat fried chicken from your
And occasionally they want you i<>
As yon see bim I raveling along the
Some fttmilhll' mm- he'll bum:
He'll tell you be hits a heavy load.
And lie wants yon to help him some.
He'll tell you sad stories and lots ol
And many a woeful tale:
Of how it hurts and bow it provokes
A candidate who happens to full.
I [e'll grasp your band, and with smiling
lb 'II talk about eurrent ufTulrs:
He'll sa\. "I'm the man to till the
For your vote is all thai be cures.
Those candidates, no doubt, are hones)
They bail from dilTerent parts;
All try ing the chosen prize to win.
Some ol them may employ the politi
Some go clean shaven, some with beard.
Some go any way they can:
Others are run. i' ike they 're scared,
I'.very one tili. ? 0 is the man.
If lie happens : to bo olot od.
Some secluded place he'll seek:
Because he missed what be expected
He'll feel bad for about a week.
These candidates go riding about,
They are a jolly team.
(in election day some will lind out
That things are not just as t in y seem.
You'll hear him coining helter-skelter,
Th-- chickens will make a hasty
The tlogs will bark,the calves ??heller.''
For they know n candidate is insight.
In campaign lime, they go in drove-.
Bussing round their cigars and
They'll speak to you in the shady
Hook out lor your watermelon patches.
If at the polls we let him in
Prom place to place he'll rush:
Ami waive his bands up in the air
Like killing hornets with a brush.
An Old Time Record.
Till: AllVKRTISKK prints below a
continuance of the record of marriages
performed by the late Be v. Tolavor
Itobertson. We are sure thai this will
be of interest and value to many of our
readers throughout the county :
tin the 23d of December, 1858, 1
married Silas Bailey and Funny Bolt.
On the 13th of January, lv"'s. I mar
riodT James Godfrey and Flizabeth Cul
On tho 20th of January, 1 Soll, I mar
ried Warren Tribble and Praucos < lope
< ?n Ho- I si of February. 1850, I mar
ried John I'. Powlei'iindSarah Hender
On the 0th of February, 1850, I mar
ried Georgo W. Hines and Rebecca
On the 22d of February, 1850, I mar
ried Hargrove Miller and Mary Gole
t>n the 24th of February, 1850, I mar
ried Benjamin N oting and Liza Hau
t>n the 18th of May. 1850, ! married
Dr. Samuel Knight, of Latin os, to
Pormeuly Miller, of Spurtanhurg.
on the 17th of March, 1850, I married
Robertson I'.eagles and [jticinda Wat
On the 21st of March, 185?, I married
Col. Allen Burnsides and Mary Wallis.
On the 25th of August. 1850, I mar
ried Archibald darret t and Miss Kd
On the 27th of August. 1850, I mar
ried Mltncel Glirrctt, of Lauren-;, and
Miss Hughs, of Greenville.
On tho 11th of August, 1850, I mar
ried .lohn L.Boll and Louvenht Walker.
On tho 14th of September, 1850, 1
married Henry Fuller and (Jinny Casy.
< >n the 22d of September, !*.">!>'. I mar
ried Martin Henderson ami Rlizubclh
tin the 20th of September, 185?, l
married Hobo, of Spurtanhurg, and Sue
I lrummond, of Laurens.
tin the 13th Of November. 1850, I
married Blirnside and I'.mily Holt.
tin the 22d of December,'1850, I mar
ried Calvin Hoi lams and Sarah .I. Bolt.
Oll I he 28th of December,1850, I mar
ried Ludy Hitch, widower, and Mar
garet Tompleton, widow.
On the 12th of January, ISOO, I mar
ried Marion Duvalland Susan Hitch.
tin the 12th of April, same year. I
married Dr. Franklin C'olenian and
t Melia Fuller.
< >n tho 18th of April, same yea.". I
married James K, Anderson ami Susan
()ii the 18th of July, same y ea r. I ma I*
ried .lohn Garret! and Flizabeth Stuart.
()n Hie 20th of November, same year.
I married Mercer Bailey and Rcsosco
thilho I3tll of December, tho SIUH10
year, I married Thomas Hill and Sti-.au
On the 10th of February, 1801, I mar
ried Du If Gary and Kmma Jones.
t>n tho 2?th of April, same year, i
married Nathaniel Austin and Laura
On the Moor, at the same time, I mur
rled .lohn Switzer and Flizabeth ( Hoi in
?a idow and widower.
< )n lln- 1st of Angus:, same year. I
married Win. Btll'dTno, of Plckons, Mild
Lueindn Putmnn, of Laurons.
On tho 15t b of September, same yea.",
I married Willis Curnal and Miss Lau
< ?n tho 10th of September. Sil 111 O
y ear, i married JumosLanford and Mi -
< >n the I2tll of November, same year,
I married Martin Utirdinc anil Mauiina
I 'ut man.
On tho 7th of January, |Ht;:_\ I mar
ried William Jonos anh AnthoOary.
<)n the .Hst of July, same year, I mar
ried Charles l'ranks and Martha Lan
<>n (he Kith of July, 1883, I married
John IL Feller, widower, and Kittlll'lll)
On the 10th Of October, 1804, I mar
lied John Moore and NlU'cisSU Hender
On the 20th Of March, same year. I
married M.ttison Porgy and Mlll'tha
On the I St L of October, same year, I
married I lot k Hlakcly and Miss lluil
A Frightful Blander
Will often cause a horriblo Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklon'S Arnica
Salve, the best in the. world will kill
the pain and promptly heul it. Cures
old sores, fovor sores, ulcers, bolls,
felons, corns, all skin eruptions. Best
Pile eure on earth, only 26 cents a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by Kau
fe na Drug Co.
Will be roused to its natural duties
and your biliousness, heat) ache and
constipation bo cured if you take
FOR THE Si;NATE.
1 respect fully announco uiy can
didaoy to ropresont Laurons Coun
ty in tho State Sonato, aubjoot to
tho rules govorning tho primaries
iu tho Domooratio party.
Jno. S. Wolff,
The friends of O. P. Goodwin
respectfully .-iiiti?>niic;<* him us a
candidate for tho Statu Si'imi.,
Buhjooi to tho Democratic Pri
I am a oandidato for ro-olootion
to tho Legislature, subjeot to tho
Domocrai io Pri mary.
Ll4\\ IH W. SlMKINS. I
Aftor duo consideration I have
decidod i<> booomo a oandidato for
a seat in tho House of Represen
tatives from Laurons County,
subject to tho result of tho Dom
ocrai io primary.
R. W Nionois.
I want t<> go to ti;.' Legislature
ol' South Carolina, und respect
fully auuouuoo mysolf us u oandi
dato r<>r thai oflioo, subject to tho
Domoorat io primarv.
II. W . Nash.
I rospeotfuHy announco mysolf
as a candidate for tho House of
Representativos, subject t,, tho
nil b "i' t lu- Denn oral i<* party,
t l*. I'. MoGowan.
I lioroby announce mysolf ti oan
didato for tin' [louse of Represen
tatives, subject to the domooratio
J J. C. MoDaniel.
I lioroby autiotinco mysolf a oan
didato tor ill.' Mouse of Ropro
sentatives, subjeot to the result
of the Domooratio Primary.
liOHBUT A. Cooi-KK.
1 announco myself a candidate
for nomination to the House of
Representatives from Laurens
county and will abide by 111?- re
sult of tho Democratic primary.
dared 1). Sullivan.
Tho friends of Magistrate W.
A. Choek, knowing Iiis qualifica
tions, respectfully nominate him
ash oandidato lor the office of
County Troasuror, subject to tin?
Democratic primary election. *
I hereby announco myself n can
didate for tin- office of County
Troasuror, subject to the Demo
r I), s. Clardy.
Tho friends of Goorgo W, Moore
nomiuato him as a oandidato for
the ollico of County Troasuror for
I.aureus county, subject to the
I horoby annouoo myself a oan
didato for County Troasuror, sub
ject to iln- rosull of the Domo
I). I''. Balontine.
Mr. .1. 11. Copoland rospootfully
announces himself a caudidato for
County Troasuror, subjoCt io tho
rules of thf Democratic party.
Tin- friends of Mossor Rabb res
pect fulls nominato him as a oan
didato for re-olection to tho ollico
of County Troasuror, Btibjooi to
tin' action of tic Domocratic
1 lioroby announce myself a
candidate for the the ollico of
County Treasurer, subject to the
Democratic primary "lection.
.1 a mks VV. IIknduhsox.
Tho friends of ('apt. Tims. .1.
Dnckott nominato him us n candi
dato for the Sheriff's ollico for the
onsning term, subjeot to the Dem
ocratic primary. He has proven
himself to he a lovor of his conn
try, by boihg in all oinorgoncics at
tho post of duty, both :n war and
The friends of .lohn II. Finley
rospootfully announco him a can
didate for i Io- office of Sheriff, sub
ject to tho rnlos and regulations
of the Democratic Primary. *
Gko. s. MoCbavy is horoby
nominated for Sheriff, stibjocl (<>
tlie acl ion <if the l>emocra1 ic
Primary oloction. While ho has
Haid that ho would not offer for
re-oloction, yet we his friends
Friends in Laurens Township.
I rospootfully announce my
self a candidate for Sheriff of
Lattron.H County, subjeot to the
rules and regulations of tho
Domoci'fl t ie Party.
P.. A. VVlIAUTON.
Wo aro authorized to announce
R, DUNK ROYD as a candidate
for Shoriff, subjoct to tho rosult
of the Democratic Primary. *
SUPKKINTKNDKNT OK K?UOATION,
I horoby announce myself a can
didate lor t he offico of County
Superintendent of IDducation, sub
ject io the results oi (he Domo
orat ic Pl'imary.
O. L. Johnson.
I rospootfully announco mysolf
a oandidato for re-election to tho
offico of Superintendent of Edu
cation lor Lauvons County, subjoct
to the result of the Domooratio
Primary. Jaspor Martin.
The many friends of Wohin .1.
Copoland rospootfully nominato
him as a candidate for the ollico
of County Supervisor, subject to
t h.' pri ma ry oloction,
The friends ',1 (1. Marion Mooro,
of Waterloo township, respect fully
announce him a oandidato for
County Supervisor, subject, to tho
I be;.; to announco mysolf a can
didate for tho ollico of County
Supervisor in tho coming Primary,
Subject to the rules of (he Demo
* -i.S. Drummond.
Tho frionds of J, I). Mock re
spectfully nominato him as a oan
didato for tho ollico of County
Supervisor, subject to tho option
Wild With Eczema
Fire Could Not Have Boon More
?? After spending two years in tuk* I
lllg nil kinds of medicines that wei
BUggt >l <I tor CCZ0IUS, bill without
avail, my mother was induced to take
||w,id's Siitsnparill.i. Tlie result WI18
wonderfully grutifying. Ihr limbs
had boon terribly lacerated by the dis
case, and I bore were tiiue> when lire
could not have been more painful.
Site was, in fact, almost wild. Two
bottles of Hood's Sarsnparillu com.
pleloly cured her. and no! a trace of
c.venia was left." K. W. ?eckek,
(iurdiuor, N. Y.
Ent Well, Sloop Well.
? ? lb.oil*-; Sarsaparillu has been a
great blessing to me. I was w?*ak,
irritable, tirctl and nervous; hud lio
appetite and was always sad and dos
pondeut. < )ne day I got hold ol a
little hook about Hood's Saisaparilla.
1 looked it over and resolved to try a
bottle. I was better bet?re it was
<:one. so i kept on until I bad taken
five bodies. 1 can now sleep well,
'.eel eben ful and can do nil my work,
'nein.line/ plain sewing, llltd I enn
Walk tw> 01' three miles it day. I um
.r>6 years old and now feel (lint life is
worth living." Mus. Kmma Smith.
tin E. Mitchell St.. Oswcgo, N. V.
Critical Period of Lifo.
" 1 look Hood's Stirsapnrilla during
the critical period of my life, and now .
at (!:?? ;':.'?' of tie years. I am strong
ami healthy. Ii i- ii groat Uicdich l!
for the blood. I llnd Hood's to be the
best." Mr.-. 1!. Pomkov, 2il Lansing
Street) Auburn, N. V.
You can buy Hood's Snrsnpnrilln of
any druggist. Lie Btire to ask for I lood's
and do not accept any substitute
Tho frionds of the veteran war
horse. Maj. M. H. Ferguson, ask
his frionds to re-elect him to till
the Coroner's Ollico. He will bo
BUbjeCt to the Primary in every
1 respectfully announce mysolf
a oandidato for Coroner in the ap
proaching primary, subject to ti>"
rules of the Democratic party.
1 horoby announce myself a can
didate for t he oflice of Coroner of
Laurons county, subject to the
Di mocratic primary election.
VV. 1). Watts.
CLERK OF COT KT.
I rospeotfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election to tho
ollico of (Merk of (lourt for Laurens
County, and will abide the decis
si >n ?>f tho Domooratio Primary.
-lohn K. Holt".
I rospootfully announce myself
a candidate for re-election (<> the
ollico of Auditor in the approach
ing primary, subject to the rules
of tho 1 >oinocratic parly.
?v W. L, Fkrouson.
I announce myself as a oandi
dato for recommendation by the
democrats of Young's township
for tho .ollico of Magistrate at the
approaohipg primary, i he result ol'
which 1 shall abide.
.1. 1>. Cosby.
A Night of Terror.
' Awful anxiety was fell for the
widow of the brave Goncral Burnham,
of Machlas, Me . whon the doctors told
her that he could not live till morn
ing" writes Mrs. S. II, Lincoln,who at
tended her that foar ful night. "All
thought .- hi? must soon die of Pneumo
nia, but she begged for Dr. King's
New Discovery, saying It bad more
than oi.ee g!lvi d her lifo and had cured
her of Consumption. After three
small doses she slept all night, and its
further use completely cured her."?
This marvellous medicine Is guar
anteed to cure all Throu\ Chest and
Lung Lisoascs. Only 50 cents and
sl.no. 'Trial bottle free at I.aureus
Dr. Rolfe E. Hughes,
Offices Todd Building, Phone 75; and
Cotton Mills Store, Phone 109.
Specially prepared for Examin
ing and Treating diseases of Eye,
Ear, Throat and Nose.
VVc want yon to try its and
sec for yourself what kind of
work wc do. We will not rest
until svo have secured a trial
from you, because we believe il
you will try Our wOrk we can
please yon better than any laun
dry yon ever patronized.
Laurens Laundry Co.
'Phone o<> will bring our team.
T. K. HuDOHNs, Manager.
THE LAURENS BAP..
W. lt. KNIUIIT It. I'. ItOPKR.
KNIGHT & ROPER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Will practice in all the Courts of the
State. Prompt attention to all busi
ness en) rusted to (hem.
Office, I.aureus, C. II., McCord's new
Under the law all streams in Laurens
county must, be cleared of all obstruc
tions in the months of May and Aug
ust of each year. Land owners will
plcaso govern thomsolvos accordingly.
Ily order of County Hoard.
R. P. A DA IK,
Supervisor, L. C.
May sib IflOO It.
All Road overseers in the County
arc ordori d to call out their respective
hands and put at lossttwo days work
on their roads by the 16th day Of Mny.
AII able-bodied male persons from Is
to .">."> years nro liable to road duty.
No one exempt from road duty but a
preacher in chargo of a congregation .
The Overseers aro also warned to havo
the roads put to thoir proper width, 10
to 20 feet.
Hy order of County Board.
somewhat akin?did yon ovor think of it? When nature
begins to put on hor beauty show, tho nobby suit.~ begins to v<<!.
Como t" boo us for your
you will probably buy, because wo havo i-Ii?? right Quods and
will guaruntco our prices to bo h-ss than you can buy the same
(|iinlil ies for anywhere else. Our prices on Black Oluy anil Fancy
Black Worsteds, rango from $5 00 to $15.00. On Fancy Gas
sinters anil Worsteds from $3.00 to $15.00.
Com-' to b h us, you will bo sorry il you don't.
JLaurens Cotton Mills Store.
J). II. WAUKWOKTll, Malinger.
Tin: Auvkutisku will pay the rnll-1
road expenses <>f tho mo.-t popular
Confederate veteran who draws a pen
sion, in (.aureus county, to the great
Confederate re-union in Loulavlllo,
Koutueky, \? 111 <- ii opens on the 20th of
Relow appears a printed ballot with
a blank -pace on which tho name of
tho veteran for whom you wish to vote
may be written in ink or pencil. <'lip
Iii ballot and hand it or semi it to
Ti >vkutiskk olllco by mail. Any
person may vote as many of these bal
lots as he chooses and pjrsons living
out of the county may vote.
a nie Most \
g Popular Veteran. |
?j Vote for your choico of Con-E
U fodorate Votoran Ponsionor in r.
a riaurou8 County to have :t freer!
H round trip Railroad ticket to5
a tho Louisville He-union.
now Tin: von: STANDS!
,L I) Mock. ?177
q, VV. Moore.7?H
W. \V. ! owe, - - -18
A . A. King.132
Hr. .1. II. Williams. 80
w. li. Lamb,.'. 7t;
C. 11. Hughes,. 13
IL s. Taylor.20
Jonathan llabb. 20
L M. L?ngsten, - - 13
lllood ( are Seill Tree.
By addressing Hlo.nl Halm Co.,
?5 M itchol I St .root, Atlanta, Ca.,
any of our readers may obtain a
-ample bottle of tho famous B. 13.
B.?Botanic Blood Halm, tho
greatest, grandest, best, and
itrongest 1 > 1?>tk 1 Remedy known,
fares when all else fails, pimples,
ulcers, scrofula, eczema, boils,
nod poison, cut ing; sores, dis
tressing skin eruptions, cancor,
catarrh, rheumatism. HVeo medi
cal advice included, when de
scription of your troublo is given.
This generous ofYor is worth while
accopting. Sample bottle sent
free, all charges prepaid. I.arg?'
bottlos, (containing nearly a
quart of medicine) for sale by all
druggists al $1.00 per Lottie.
\. B. B. i-. away ahoad of oil
>t hor Blood Iti medics for curing
Spring Blootl Humors. Try B. B.
B. this spring.
lionet Clay is a standard brod
stallion of good record, weighs
1,100 pounds and age 5 years.?
Color, coal black. Will bo on ex
hibition atLauronsSalosday. Will
do tho season al Kdon, or whoro
wanted. Mondays and Tuesdays
at Martin's stables, Laurons. In
.1. It. Willis,
Kden S. C.
Prices as LOW a^ any?work by ex
T. IClh ?suv.
Mar. in. IDOO-.'hn Groonville, S. C.
OTICE is hereby given thai
in acuordanco with tin acl of
tho General Assembly, and .u
fi?nnity with tho requirements
tin) Stato Constitution, tin books
for tho registration of all legally
qualified voters, und for tho issu
ing of transfers, etc., will open at
the ollico '?I Supervisors of Regis
t rat ion in the Court I louse, bo
twoon tho hour of 9 o'clock a. m.,
and 8 o'clock p ni. on tho first
Monday of each month, until
thirty days before Hi" next gonor
al olocf ion.
The Board of Registration is tho
judge of tho qualifications of all ap
plicants for registration and ovory
malo oit/.on of this St a t < * and of
tln> United States, twenty one
yoars of ago, who is not a pauper
supported :. I the public expense,
and in not con 11 nod in any public
prison,and w ho has not boon con
victed of burglary, arson, obtain
ing goods or mono] under false
pretenses, porjury, forgery, rob
bery, bribory, adultery, wife boat
ing, house breaking, recoiving stol
on goods, broach "t't rust with i rau
duloni intent,fornication, sodomy,
incest,assault, wit h intent to ravish
miscogonation, larceny, or crimes
against tho olection laus, and who
shall have beon tl resident in this
St ate t wo years (oxcepl ministers)
in charge of organized churches
and teachers of public schools, and
those after six months residence
in t ho State,) a r >sidonl in t ho
Couuty for six months, and in pol
ling procincl ft ?ur months, ami
who can read and write nnj Section in
the Constitution, shall be entitled to
registration and become an elector up
on application for uich registration.
If any person has been convicted of
any of the crimes above mentioned, a
pardon of the Governor removes the
In ease any minor who will become
twenty one years of age after the clos
ing of the Books i>i Registration and
before the election, and Is otherwise
qualified to register, makes application
under oath -bowing be is qualified, t be
Hoards shall register such applicant
before ! I.losing of t be books
Any person whose ipialitlcatious a
an elector will be completed alter (In
closing of the Registration Hooks, but
before the nest election, slmll have
the right to apply for ami seen re a reu
ist rat ion cert i licat e at any time within
sixty days immediately preceding the
closing of the Registration Hooks upon
an application under until to the facts
entitling him to such registration,
Tile registration of voters must be
by pollinir precincts. There inusl be a
Rook of Registration for each polling
precinct, that is. for each township, or
parish, or city, or town of less than
live thousand inhabitants, or ward ol
cities of more than live thousand in
habitants. Knob elector must vole in
the polling precinct in Which In- re
sides. I f there is more than one vol ing
place in the polling precinct, the elec
tor may vote at any voting place des
ignated on the registration certificate
The Hoards must designate in the reg
ia! ration certilicate the voting place in
the polling precinct at which the elec
tor is to vote. It there is more than
one voting place in the polling pre
eincts, the Hoards shall designate on
the cert ititrate I he VOl illg place - elected
by (he elector.
W. H. CUNNINGll \ M.
N. R. WOOD,
W. J. ANDERSON,
Hoard of Supervisors Regis! ruf ion,
A pril 10, Iiioo?11.
We will offer this week I?
Fancy Waist Pattern Silks, four
yards to the pattern no two alike
worth $4.50 for $?.00 each.
Conic quickly and get the
choicest style. Heavy white
skirting welts. White dimity,
linen and organdy. If you need
any of the a hove see these Woods
at J w G m^flXiiiL
''?i'iijj BHttflttttfl Hfl
and Comparison. Wo iik? nothing better than to liavo
y?>n call and "look aToilnd' onroi'uUy? il you include our
storo in yoitr tout of ? ?> rvu os.
Careful comparison Will tli irutli of pur claim
that nowhere olsu cai y u ???> ihucli shoo value for
Spring is here tbat'i we offer Mich romarkahlo
bargains in stylish, onsnn bio, serviceable f?hoos as those:
Tie? celebrated Hioh Shoe ifor men.
I J? 15. ?ftititer Uro.
Laurons, S, C, April 10, I?U0
B ? I ?j I
?ay - uggei
I'KJO'E, while the
ho ol oiipcSfc. The
(.'KS should always
v hero the nil i is
!)it i" stock of
'g i.n I
' ? iodi . N ions and .Millinery
' -dnbl ish ii ni s, and quality
hi!'' livir . < CCtipy lie |oWe-.|.
ill may ;->t it.. j!' yoU do
1 Su* Ol BS
My lino of M iI
Laurons. M y < i;V
you want the be
I f y< 'it waul the
Latest IStj 1
yi 'ii are sur io rol tlnlai :
as ?tt 1" lllolii y : oi:| pa
rio'lit price-; and et?rrec
the lending hidi< s' ;t<
sodii my In*atil i t it I im
com.' and ? <r s irsld
10to., is tjii,! Wonder of all
.hij host |ine ever shown in
ie >!>? ak f<ir ihomsolvos. 1 f
vi -ur no .ii v c. ?iiio to sob mo.
?ro* aiitl v. ii goj jt |nl.
for Old Styles. The
hat .has inado tny stoi'o
dis. 11 yon have not.
ai i.l Summer Goods
E i Saarns
utons, S. U,
^.???'?Vx*'..- .. . ... 5
t Jb: ?
'i'. N . I hi i'k idii I' ?
lusini Si a I'll Ily equipp \li
tli o to in.
I FU^efafi Supplies.I
h handsome MICA H?lft
>i funerals, ?od taste and jufig
promised i llicient and pri unpl
A very largo l focl< of |C
purchased fit the conduct
II govern and patrons arc
'< priced and nizos, kept on
as I >sido of Publio Square,
?pt on the lloor wltli Mr. Barks*
Igoncral oiiarjro ol tboso depart*
ik days, will have Instant attcn