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LAUltENS, 8. C, Mar. 5, 1002.
Jim Till in an.
It will be readily recalled that South
Carolina was called upon to furnish
two regiments in tbo late war with
Spain. It will also bo recalled that
thero was no largo rush towards Uncle
Sam's standard and that Gen. Hampton
threatened to volunteer himself unless
the quota loyally came forward.
The regiments were finally raised after
hard pulling, many extensions of
time, but too lato to bo in at the fight
ing. Lieut-Governor Tillmau, Colo
nel of one of these regiment?, raised
a fund recently and bought a sword
for prosentatlon to Major Jenkins, of
this State, who fought along elde of
the President in Cuba and attracted
his attention and tho Prosldent had ac
cepted an invitation from Lieutenant
Governor Tilliuan to present tho eword
at ('hurl.- .(on, and now comes our Lieut
Governor, signinghiinsolf Lieut-Gover
nor, witb-drawing tho invitation to the
President to present this sword, and
now comes comment from all points of
the compass upon Tlllman's assump
tion to ropresent this State in such a
matter, when the State had nothing to
do with It. THE Advkrtiskh thinks
hla Uncle lion will pull through his
own emergency at Washington but will
have n hard time taking care of his
nephew who can't forget he is commis
sioned Liout-Govornor of South Car
Tho United Statos Senate shows it
self exceedingly small in making such
an ado over a fisticuff fight between
two Senators. As long as tbo United
States Senate, unlike the British House
of Lords, is an important factor in leg
islation In this country there will be
just such scraps in tbo United States
Senate and also in tbo House of Repre
sentatives. It was over thus and will
so continue. Dignity belongs to indi
viduals. It is a part of character and
is natural to no body of men, olther
parliamentary, munloipnl or forensic.
When tho Gauls violated the rules of
tho Roman Senate there was no resent
ment but when the persons of tho Sen
ators wero violated tho fight was on.
The rules of tho Senate so far as they
preserve order and tbo personal bear
ing of the Senators make up the so
called dignity. It is astonishing that
the so called dignified body, Republi
can and Democratic, was so dazed by
the littlo outbreak of disorder. All
parties should be ashamed of them
The Incident in which Tillman and
McLaurin wero actors ought to pass
with an apology from those gentlemen.
Tbit apology they have already made.
Tillman ought to take himself more
seriously. In apologising to tho Senate
his statement that holding the office of
Governor of South Carolina unfitted
him to recogni/.o tbo dignity of the
United States Senate is exceedingly
funny. Wo bad thought that In that
high office ho was brought in contact
with the very top of tho pot and got
the necessary training to meet the
high cockoloruras of at least a Repub
lican Govornmont. Before wo elect
another Senator wo must put him In
training at fashionable courts like
Brussels, St. .Tamo3 and possibly the
The Emperor's brother, Henry, has
been decently troatod in this country.
No niggardliness has markod our de
portmon. to him and he has put on no
airs. Common sonso rules among
princes, emperors, business men and,
ua a rule, beggars. There are times
when great display or great plainness
should prevail, according to the occa
sion. The wedding garment should be
kept and brought forth as is fitting.
There will bo thoso who will criticise
the German element in America for
their cordial reception of thoir titled
countryman. Who is it that does not
want to see his son and his friend's son
rise in the world and command tho ap
plause, of even listonlng Senates?
Some newspapers in this State cry
out against Senator Spooner that ho Is
responsible for tho assault upon Mc
Laurin In tho Senato. This is a very
foolish conclusion. To got Til I man and
other Democratic Senators to show
thefr long ears and make fools of them
selves la precisely what Spooner is In
the Senate for. As we said last week
. Tillman ought to bo ashamed of him
self, a South Carollra Senator and a
man of ability to have boon led into a
trap by any man, muoh loss by Spooner.
Tlliman however could expect nothing
but a fight when charging that Mc
Laurin had boen bought with the broth
of patronage to support the Republi
Is it likely that the control of pa
tronage In South Carolina would have
been given McLaurin except for his
vote for the treaty? Isn't It beyond
doubt that men like McKinley and
Roosevelt, gratoful for help at such a
crisis, would ronder the compensation
without a bargain to that effect? But
when McLaurin found that unquestion
ably he was misrepresenting the Dem
ocrats of his State and of every State
should ho not havo resigned his com
mission? It is to th<8 conclusion it
must come at last. Tillman will be
endorsed by the Domooracy.
Captain It. S. Morgan, of Greenville
and long one of tho attaches of the
Greenville News, died last week. He
was a Confederate Captain, a native of
Virginia, a high type of manhood and
a real gentleman, ft Is not often that
we see his liko.
Prince Henry and President Roose
velt listened to the tribute of Judge
Hay to McKinley in the hall of repre
sentatives on Thureday last. The eu
logy on Washington at the request of
Congress, was delivered by Light
Horse Harry Lee, father of General
Robert E. Lee, and in tho address
Washington is deolared "First In war,
first in peace and first in the hearts of
his countrymen". The words are re
garded as descriptive. McKinley
though a decent gentleman and fair to
the South, must take rank In history
as a mediocre President and an ordi
Tho quostlon of the last few days has
been the rresidenvs visit to Charles
ton. It Is now announced that he will
go the latter part of tho month. A
detachment of prominent Charlesto
nians went up to Washington, ex
tended a personal Invitation an.
smoothed out the complications oauaod
by Jim Tillman's telegram.
Prince Henry, who in his tour of tho
country, came as far South as Chatta
nooga, was most cordially received.
He rodo In tho AlleghaDles with tho
engineer at tho rate of sixty miles an
hour. Tbla was plucky enough for a
sailor. Tho best part was the fact that
he was not afraid of getting his clothes
Tillman and McLaurln's diversion
has been greatly oxaggoratod in impor
tance by both tho Sonate and tho coun
try. Senator Tillman's effort, however,
to minimize its importance bo will
find a mistake. Sympathy will come
to him from South Carolina but the
South even Is a big country.
Mr. W. L. Durst, of Greenwood, a
leading businessman, promlnontin tho
Baptist Church, the friend of tho Con
nie Maxwoll Orphanage, died at Green
wood, February 24th. He will be
Farmersare getting anxious for good
plowing weather. The good ladies are
growing very anxious about their
peas and potatoes and want to seo the
Wo learn that the recent Act of As
sembly provides for election in School
District of Clinton on Issue of $5,000
Bonds to build a suitablo school house.
March came in with the usual symp
toms and something of the roar of the
lion. We may therefore expect April
with the gentienoss of the lamb.
Tillman's second in his senatorial
embrogllo is Senator Turner of the
State of Washington, three thousand
miles on tbe Pacltlc.
* _ *
The great rains of last week caused
immense loss of property from Maino to
Texas and some loss of life.
HEADS SHOULD NEVER ACHE.
Never endure this trouble. Use at
once the remedy that stopped it for
Mrs. N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.,
she writes "I; \ King's New Life Fills
wholly cured i.ie of sick headaches I
had suffered from for two years."
Cure Headache, Constipation, Bilious
ness. 25o at Laurens Drug Co.'s drug
After a long silence I will write a
fewdots from this placo.
Mrs. Mattie Robertson, of Burling
ton, N. 0., visited tho family of Mr.
Teague last week
Misses Dora and Annie Benjamin
visited on our side last week.
Mrs. Cora Wharton and little son,
Walter, have returned to Greenville,
after spending a fortnight with Mrs.
Misses Lutieand Laura Wright spent
last week in your city, visiting their
numerous relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Teaguo visited
at Maddons last Sunday.
Mr. Bloom Mllam worshipped at
Prospect last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S . Teague attended
the funeral of Mr. Tillman Fuller, at
Beaverdam, last Sunday.
Mr. J. T. A. Ballew has returned
from tbe Exposition.
We were sorry to notice the death of
Rev. D. A. Todd. A good man ha9
gone to his reward. Mr. Todd was
Pastor of the Preabyterian Church at
this place for a number of years, and
the whole community held him In high
Miss Llllle Smith is spending some
time with her grandmother, In Spar
Mrs. Carrie Motes, of Mountville,
Is visiting her sisters, Mesdames Ml
lam and Fuller;
Those who have attended the Expo-.
sltion say that Col. J* P. Gray's Wild
West Show is quite a success, and is
far ahead of anything on the Midway.
Everybody ought to attend Col. Gray's
show, as he is a Laurens boy.
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Wanted?You to order your whis
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O. Corn whiskey from $1.05 to 92.00
per gallon; vessel included. Ryo from
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A. F. Cooper,
LAN FORI) DOTS.
Wo havo boon snow-bound, now we
are mud-bound, but will endeavor to
break the long silenco anyway.
'I"in* county chain gang was with us
a few days before the enow and mado a
good start towards ropuiring the bridgo
on Boavordani. We are very anxious
for their return as the meal is low in
tho barrel, and the bridge is between
us and tho mill.
Hauling guano and gathoring and
ginning tho last of tho cracked cotton,
is tho order of the day.
Mr. T. H. L. Gray and Miss E?lo'la
Cannon wero married on the 18th Inst.
Rev. Mr. Burns, of Enoree, officiating.
We hope for them a long and happy
jouruoy through life.
The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Fleming was burled here last
Mis. Wallace, mother of Hon. R. C.
Wallace, died last Thursday and was
burled on Saturday at tho family bury
Mrs. J. D. Johnson has returned from
Union whore she was visiting ro'atives.
Mr. C. L. Waldrop went to Wood
ruff one day last weok on business.
Mr. J. E. Johnson's youngest child
is right sick at this writing.
Mr. John McOauley who . has been
at LaureDs quite awhile camo homo to
day, i Iis health Is not good and be
will be among us until ho improves.
Mr. Ii. W. Johnson, of Union, is vis
iting bis parents. He has a sprained
ankle, and will not return until It gets
We fear our long silenco has caused
tho Mt. Bethel correspondent to think
we are dead. Wo will try to write
GRAY COURT DOTS.
Mrs. Mary E. Shell died on Thurs
day 27th inst. She was sixty-eight
years old. In her death a good sor
vant has gone to her reward. Sho
leaves ono son, Mr. E. T. Shell, and
five daughters, Mrs. W. T. Dorroh, Mrs.
U. L. Swlt/.or, Mrs. J. B. Brooks, of
Fresno, Cab, Mrs. Laura Stoddard aud
Mrs. J. P. Owings, also many grand
children, und other relatives. Mrs.
Shell was a good consclontious woman,
a loving mother and grand mother,
aud a kind sympathetic neighbor. Her
remains wero laid to rest in the cetno
tory at Dials church, beside that of hor
husband, tho lato Jas. H. Shell, six of
her grandsons acting as pall bearers.
Mr. R. L. Gray and family aro in
Charleston for tho exposition.
Mrs. A. B. Christopher who hns beon
visiting at Dr. A. J. Christophers has
returned to her home in Atlanta.
During the snow Mr. J. B. Rholes
killed ten partridges at one shot.
Prof. W. H. Hamilton went to Chos
tor last week on buslnoss of Impor
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their use. Only 50c. guaranteed by]
Laurons Drug Co., druggist.
A line of 5 to 7 cents Outings to go
at lets, as long as they last.
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A NEW LAW FIRM.
Tho undersigned have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law In tho Courts of t his State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business on
trusted to them.
R. A. Cooper.
Albert C. Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ffflT Every caso a Specialty. Office
in Law Hange, South Harper Street.
Hiil.lt.? Cunxt nt my Sanntnr.
lntn, In 80 d?T". iliiii.it? .1 -
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CUOSS HILL NT.WS.
Col. John d. Williams died at his
homo Monday morning at 3 o'clock.
Wo liavo lost one of our best citizens.
Ho leaves a loving wife and many
friends to mourn his less.
Again death camo into the home of
Mr. und Mrs.T. M. Pinsou and plucked
the only 4,roso bud," Llttlo Wlllio
Millor, tbroo years and six months
old. He wus taken at 3 o'clock in
tho aftornoon and died at 2 next morn
ing. Ho was one of tho brightest
children I ever saw; so affectionate.
Ho was conolous until tho very last.
His loving parents and lovod ones
have our deepest sympathy. Tho dar
ling has paid the debt wo must all
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leaman bavo
moved Into their new homo on Church
Miss Lulie Leaman, of Greenville,
was at homo last week to witness the
marriage of hor brother.
Misses. Lizzie Carter and Blanch Ful
ler speuta few days lust week with Mrs.
S. A. Leaman.
William Watson, of Greenwood,
came over to spond a few days with
Col. Williams just befo?*o his death.
Mrs. S. D. Austin is sick at this
Prof. A. B. Itiley was in tho oity a
fow days last weok Mr. Rlley has
lots of friends in Cross Hill.
Mr. John Haul Campboll lost ainulo
a few days ago, it got out and when he
found it, it was in a mlro up to his
head?of courso dead.
Mr. Sam Fleming, of Ora, was down
a few days la9t week visiting relatives
Horses aro getting cheap?a colorod
man bought ono from a Gipsy, only
As news Is ecarco and our town
vory ead this week wo will write more
V tor. ET.
Deafness Cannot Ho Cured
By local application as they cannot
reached the diseased portion of tho
ear. Thoro is only one way to euro
deafneso, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of tho Kustachlan Tube. When
this tube is iullamed you havo a rumb
ling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when it is ontiroly closed, Deafness is
tho result, and unless the inflammation
i can bo taken out and this tube restored
to Its normal condition, hearing will
bo destroyed forevor; nlno cases out of |
ton are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothiujjf but an inflamed condiditon of
the mucous surfacos.
Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollars)]
for any case of Deafness caused by |
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The only kind we over ask you
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T. C. LUCAS, Manager.
There ia a best time for cluing
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One Thousand Miles, $25.00 Good
over the following Lines:
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Will also be furnished through any
local ageucy upon application, or upon
application direct to,
W. J. CRAlo,
General Possenger Agent,
The beautiful February weather was
broken last week by a beautiful snow.
Tbo health of our community is very
good at this writing with few excep
Mr. L. S . Martin and Mr. Mills Bal
ontlnc who have been visiting in our
section last week have returned homo.
Mr. Cleo Jones, of Greenwood, Is
visiting bis father, Mr. Jim Jonos,
Mr. Kelly Daniel, of Spartanburg, is
also a visitor In this community.
,*Mrs. Simpson aud Mrs. West visited
at Dr. J. O. Martin's one day last
week, Come again.
M. O. J.
Mrs. T. A. Norton and Miss Sallie
Norton left last Thursday for Cross
Bill, S. C, in answer to a telegram
summoning them to the bedside of their
near relative, Col. John G. Williams.
They will remain several days at Cross
Hill.? Keowco Courier.
J. C. McDaniel, ex-represontative of
Laurens County, is spending to-day In
tho city on business.?Greenville News,
J. L. Henning has returned to tho
city after an absence of seven years.
He lias been visiting his cblldron at
Laurens and (. harlotto.?Greenvillo
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TAKE notice that on tbo 13th day of
March 1002, I will rentier a final
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the of-tatoof B. A.Martin,
d<?c'd., in tbo Office ot Judge of Probate
for Laurens County, at II o clock, a. m.,
and on the anmo date will apply for a fi
nal discharge from my trust as admin
All persons having domands against
said estato will p'eaee presold them on
or beforo that day, proven and authen
ticated, or bo forever barrod.
J. D. MILLS,
Feb. 10, 1002?4t Administrator.
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for the exceptionally low
Regular price of Tho Com
moner $1.00. This offer ap
plies to both new and renew
W. U. KNIGUT.
lt. K. BADB.
KNIGHT & BADB,
Attorneys at Law.
09* Will practice In all the State and
F?deral Courts. Strict attontlon to all
business intrusted to them
Office up-stairs, Simmons1 Bnlldlng.
Notice of Final Settlement
TAKE notice that on tho l.fth
day of March, 1902, wo will render
a Ii im I aooount of our acts and do
ings as Executors of the estate of
Tolivor Robertson, decoasod, in
tho oflico of Judge of Probato for
Laurens county, at 11 o'clock, a.
m., and on the same dato will ap
ply for a final disohargo from our
trust as suoh Exeoutors.
All persons having demands
against said ostato will ploase
present them on or before that day,
Surovon and authenticated, or be
W. C. P. Robertson,
A. M. Owings,
Nivea B. Patton,
_ . M j Executors.
Feb. 10, 1902.?4t
I ^strjirjaJS?fe FfeeT |
a Aethmalene Bringe Instant Relief and PermanentCurein all Caaesg
Sent Ahsolutei.y Fkee on RECEIPT OP Postal.
CHAINED ? .
There is nothing liko Asthmalono. It brlngsfl
instant relief, even in the worst cases. It curetrj
when all else fails. g
The Rov. O. P. Wells, of Villa Ridge, IU.J
says: "Your trial hottlo of Asthmnlano rcceivedg
in good condition. I canuot tell you how thauk-n
ful I feel for the good derived from it. 1 was ag
slavo chained, with putrid sore throat aud asthmno
for ten years. I despaired of over being cured .g
I saw your advertisement for the euro of thi.^n
dreadful and tormenting diseaso, asthma, andg
thought you had overspoken yourselves, but re-n
solved to give it a trial. To my astonishment, (heg
? trial acted liko a charm. Bond.mo)a full size bottle. Q
We want to send to evory sufferor u trial treatment of Asthma!)
line, similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it byg
mail Postpaid, Absolotely Free of Charge, to any sufferer whon
- will write for it, oven on a postal. Nover mind, though you areg
a doRuairing, howevor bad your case, the moro glad we aro to send it.n
? Do not defty write at snce, addressing DR .TAFT BROS.' M EDI, g
g CINE CO., 79 East 120th St., N. Y. City. Sold by all Druggists. n
W. K. WILSON
m WILL 1^
Announce the arrival of New
Spring Stock nn due time.
If you arc not quite satisfied
When your purchase you have
If on this store your favor
We will cheerfully exchange it,
Or, if that will not arrange it
You can have your money back
without a word.
Could anything be fairer?
H. E. QUAY
J. C, fUALY.
GBAY & SHEALY,
DRESSED and UNDRESSED^
in both states for Lumber Buyorsi
Better than avorago quality at
loss than avorago pricos.
Material for tho Builder
Farmer or Housoholdor,
at flguros bolow rogular.
of all kinds, grades and dimensions.
All reliable, well-seasoned stock.
Tell us your ueeds and wo will quote prices.
Mantels, Columns, Scroll Work a Specialty.
GBA\ & SHEALY, Laurens, & C.