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PATABLK IK ADVANCE,
W. W. BALL, EDITOR,
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W. W. BALL,
LAUREN B, 8. C* March 24, 1891.
Hilenco in Hohlen but the tall of
tho ticket keeps wagging.
Tn the matter of the girls' Indus
trial School Laurens must "give
Col. Ellison 9.~Koitt, of Nowber
ry, wants a third party. Would a
third party want Col. Koltt?
The State must wait. We will
name our wise congressmen as
soon as they have cut their wisdom
?t. Patrick's day was duly enjoy
ed throughout the world on Tues
day last. Every good man on
earth who looked upon an Irish
man on that day sympathised with
his lost cause, and his love for his
native land, land of the shamrock,
"sweetest Isle of the ocean."
Our frisky old friend the Augus
ta Chronicle has lowered Its ten
dollar a year standard to six, but
there aro no evidences of "reduced
circumstances" In Its sparkling:
pages. The Chronicle Is equlsltoly
P. 8.?Augusta Morning paptrs
pleaso copy, ??
Princeton Alliance In their reso
lutions published last week advise
less cotton and more grain and
grass. The Princetoniana have the
choicest spot of ground in Laurens,
or for that matter, in fair Carolina.
Take your own medicine, friends,
and your health and happiness are
We are obliged to Congressman
"*-H3helI' for early copies of Census
Bulletins. Baurens has a popula
tion of 31,610 a gain of 2,1GG In the
past decade. Charleston leads with
60,903 closely followed by Berk
ley, Spartanburg, Orangeburg and
Edgefield in the order named.
Bauretis is seventeenth in the roll
of thirty-five counties?and in 1901
should lead all tho rest.
When the city of New Orleans
had suffered lasting disgrace by
the failure of the courts to punish
_.the. assassins of Hohnessy, thesub
soquent action of her people was
As wo understand it, the Mafia
la a mutual aid society for pur
poses of deviltry only, whose 3ingle
? bond of union Is fellowship In
crime. It la a conspiracy beyond
tho pale or protection of law and
membership in it Is felony. The
five thousand men who have done
so much to crush out its baneful
life deserve the thanks of tho civi
The State, inv a very pregnant
and pertinent article wants to
know what a democrat is in this
day and time of political fads. The
point is peculiarly well taken in
South Carolina, as more than oite
of our prominent statesmen aro at
pains to explain that they are dem
ocrats. In the days of the Ken
tucky Besolutions with which one
Thomas Jefferson is supposed to
have had somo remote to-do, tho
thing was tolerably well under
I stood; in the meanwhile ovolution
has beeen going on around us, the
environment has been vaccilating
and what tho beast is to-day in
South Carolina would require a
"Baniol como to judgment" to de
termine. One James Madison
_some years ago is said to have
ventured some crude opinions
about constitutional limitations
and our contemporary might And
them in a remote publication of a
defunct period called the Federal
If our youthful contemporary,
however, craves to bo right upon
the verge, edge and heel of the
time, plump in the swim of the
nick of tho moment, wo respect
fully invite his attention to tho
dellvorances of tho South Carolina
convention of the South Carolina
.democratic party in their platform,
done and ratified under tho nose
of our contemporary at Columbia
In Soptombor last. Hero ho will
find precisely tho stuff that goes to
make up a South Carolina demo
, oiatof the latest and most ap
proved flavor. Our friend can trav
el further and push his investiga
tion still very near to his own
domicile. During tho lato cam
paign, a prominent gentleman by
way of .exordium to his semi
occasional nddiesses was pleased
to announce himself as an "old
fashioned Edgefleld democrat," no
vatfatloni suggeste3, and Inquiry
in the quarters indicated might
possibly load to light.. This is
cloarly a politico -nre'K-oIogleai
question and any polntera towards
solution, aro valuable at this tlmo.
We uro with t ho Spart an burg Her
ald In Its proposition that "wo have
i Ifi our ranks, thoso whose Joyalfcy
Bol question." Wo havo
lush room politicians,
?rading their domoora
naming one of the thlr
eles In their creed. j
wM? ivimuii! iivKuu a uiggor in
California tho other day. Where
are the shrlekers ?
The trial of J. 13. Williams eharg.
ed with the murder of MhJ. W. A.
Williams at Oreenvllle has been
continued to tho next term of court
for that county.
Joseph E. .Johns tone.
General Johnstone died in Wash
fugton at eleven o'clock Saturday
night at the advanced age of eigh
Twenty-six years have passed
since the war was over and the
time has come when, in the course
of nature, the ranks must be thin
ned iiujre rapidly than ever by
shot or shell. Still, deeply must
the South sorrow for the great sol*
dieis who have made her battle
fields meet haunts for the spirits of
The teacher who attempts to
teach or reach perfection iu a great
number of brandies will succeed in
accomplishing or knowing very
little. The moderr ^ecept of ed
ucation is, he ignor? of nothing,
but Sidney Smith sn. i, "My advice
is , have the* courage to bo ignorant
of a great many things, that you
may avoid the calamity of being
ignorant of all things.*'
I believe thou-ands ot teachers
have made a great failure of teach
ing by dabbling in too many bran
ches of education. In tho dim
and misty vistas of tho past, great
men and scholars aspired to know
everything, but the day of univer
sal knowledge Is past. The range
of human inquiry has now extend
ed to a degree where tho true
measure of a man's learning will
be tho amount of his voluntary ig
norance or the number of studies
which hie chooses to let alone, and
as with knowledge so with work.
I believe anyone who expects to
teach In any college should single
out from a vast number of studies,
some specialty and to that devote
himself thoroughly. To become
nn expert accountant, mathematic
ian, lawyer, linguist or Uno pen
man is simply beyond the contem
plation of a "country boy profes
In this fast age of the world as
the field of science is expanding, it
will puzzle the wisest and ablest
of men to keep fairly abreast of
any single branch of knowledge.
Once in a while a man appears .in
history like Bacon or Dante, or
Leonardo de Vinci, who is a real
prodigy of genius, and does a great
many different kinds of work and
does them all well, but tho rarity
of such mnn provu tho contrary
condition to the rule.
E.nerson said, "The ?vay of evil
}s dissipation but tho way of wis
dom is concentration." Then tho
highest ambition will accomplish
but little if scattered on a multi
plicity of objects; while on tho
other hand if one has a thimbleful of
brains and concentrates them all
upon the subject in hand ho may
I will not deny, however, that
there is an inj?rioii* and even an
offensive sense iu which a man
can be possessed of one idea. A
man may become likp a tree with
ell its branches on ono side nnd so
become a mental and moral defor
mity. What would we think of a
mnu who was all head or all stom
ach or all legs'and arms? Even
so a man may become so warped
and so mentally ono sided as to
practically forget that there is uny
tliing else in the world besides his
own "trade or profession nnd then
he is not a whole man but simjply
a distorted fragment.
The first thing to be done in hu
man culture js to develop as near
as possible all tho tacuities aud
then ask nature which ono is best
adapted ns leader of tho rest,
tiuving done this read all the
books you can on that subject,
and work with an unerring perse
veranco. Aim above tho mark
you intend to hit nnd fire nnd keep
firing and success -will surely
crown your efforts.
W. P. G.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo )
? Lucas County, )
Frank J. Cheney makes oath
that he is the senior partner of the
firm of F. J. Cheney &> Co., doing
business in the city of Toledo,
county and stulje aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of
One Hundred Dollars for eacli and
every case of Catarrh, that cannot
be cured by the use of Halls Ca
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and sub*
8criqcd in my name this 6th day of
December, A, D. 1886.
A. W. GLEASON,
[seal] Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally aud acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Jfjnt^Sold by Druggists, 75c
State uf South Carolina
COUNTY OF LAU?EN?.
?otmT ok Common Plkah.
Newton Dial, ot al, plaintiffs,
nguinat Rebecca -Dial, ot al, De
Pursuant to decree rendered by
Judgo Wltherspoon in the nbovo
stated caso, I will sell on Salesday
in April next, the samo being the
sixth day of tho month nt Laurens
Court I louse, South Carolina, dur
1oi?hI hours at public outcry to tho
highest bidder, all that tract of
land, situate in said counfy and
state, containing nlnoty-one acres,
more or loss, bounded by lands of
Toll vor Robertson, B. O wings,
Tract No. 1, It. Curry and others,
declared tho property of Manlmn
i/iai, deceased nnd known as Tract
No 2; terms, one-half cash, with
interest from day of sale, balanco
duo in eight months secured by
bond of the purchaser and mort
gage of tho premises sold, with
leave lp tho purchaser to pay his
entire bid in cash, purchaser to
pay for papers.
J. H. Wit ARTON, c. 0.0. I?. Xi. ft
Children Cry for Pitcher's Qggiorja.
of all in livening Power.?tf. S. Gor't Report, Aug. S^tfgj,
ABSOLUTE U*" PURE
Special and General.
The oookiag school in Mobilo is yory
successful with a membership of 115.
Tbe circulation of tho blood?qulok
ened and onrlohod?boars life und enor*
gy to every portion of the body; appetite
return?; tho hour of rost brings with It
sound reposo. This can bo Hccurod by
taking Dr. J. II. MuLoan's Hursnpatilla
The government of Cluatemnla has ap
pointed Senor Antonio Batros minis
ter to this country.
The blood must be pure for the body
to be in perfect condition. Dr J. II. Mo
Lean's Sarsaparllla makos pure blood
end imparts tho rich bloom of health and
vigor to the whole body.
Tho prosidont has rofusod to pardon
John C. Eno of Now York, who wan con
vlctod ol bank wrecking.
It you fool "out of sorts, cross" and
peovlsh?tako Dr. J. U. McLoan's riursa
parilla; cboorfulneaa will voturn and
life will acquire now zost.
Dill Crawford, an Illinois murdoror,
under sentence of execution, refuses to
ask for a reprieve, Haying he wants it
all over with.
Don't irritate your lungs with a stub
born cough when a pleasant and effect
ive remlidy may be found in Dr. J. II.
McLean's Tur WIuo hung Halm.
If you aro suffering with weak intlani
od eyes, or, granulated eyelids, you can
be cured by using Dr. J. H. Mo Loan's
Strengthening Kyo Salve.
Surrogao ransom, In Now York, ha*
admitted tho will of Robert Ray Hamil
ton to probate. .
Tho quality of tbe blood depends much
upon good or bad digostlon und assimi
lation. To make the blood rich in lifo
and strength?giving constituents use
Dr. J. H. Mclean's Sarsaparllla. It will
nourish the properties of tho blood, from
which tho olomentaof vitality are drawn.
Children whoarotroublod with worms
may bo qulcklj- relieved by giving Dr.
J. H. McLean's L:quld Vermifuge. It
kills and oxpols worms.
Tho negotiations to provont a financi
al crisis la Argentine are progressing fa
??It goes riRht to tho spot" said an old
man, who wns rubbing In Dr. J, II. Mc
Lean, S Vulcanlo Oil hi ui men t. to reliovo
For rheumatic and neuralgic pains rub
In Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil lia
imont, and tako Dr. j. II. M el.can's Sar
oaparilla. You will not suffer long, but
will ue gratified with a spoody and dice,
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Iviver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt In
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Bigs is for sale In 50o
and $1 bottles T>y all leading drug
gists. Any reliables druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO.
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Once or twico each year the sys
tem needs purging of the Impuri
ties which clog the Mood. . From
childhood to old age, no remedy
meets all cases with the same cor?
tainfy of good results as
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM.
W. C. McOauhey, Webb City, Ark., write*.
" B. B. B. has done mc moro good nml for less
money tnan any otber blood purifier I ever used.
I owe the comfort of my life toll."
P. A. Shepherd, Norfolk, Vn., August io, 1888,
writes t " t dopend on B. B. R. for the preservation
t.f my health. I have had it In my'fnmily now
nearly two yens, and In nil dint time have not had
to have a doctor.''
?W Write for illustrated "Book of Wonders,"
HOOD BAI'M CO., Atlanta. On. Sent free
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
Becomo afflicted and remain so,
suffering untold misories from a sonse
of delicaoy they cannot ovoroorae.
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR,
by stimulating and arousing to healthy
action all her organs,
ACT8 A8 A SPECIFIC.
It causes rrenlth to bloom on tho
obeok, and joy to reign throughout
the frame.* It nover fails to cure.
Tha Be*i Medicine ever Mirfe for Women.
"Mjrwlfe hau been under treatment of
lending physicians three years, without
. benefit. Aftor using tlireohottlosof Bhad
yiHLD'0 FjKUAL.3 RSOULATOB Oho OA It do
iibrows oookiwo, lUXKlNO and WASJUNO."
N. 8. BftYAff. Henderoon, Ab?.
BBAOOTBf.u Rmoxator Co., Atlanta, (la.
Bold by drug-fiats at $1.00 per bottl*.
"A Diluk Fit for Ye Gods."
Lovera of a fruit juico bevoroge
find a pure, wholo8omo and delight
fully refreshing drink In The Spec
ialty Co's Applo and Pouch Cldor
Grapo nnd Florida Orange Juice,
Raspberry nnd Pineapple Julop.
Uo sure that you ask for The Spe
ciallaty Go's Goods. Tho Special l
ty Co.: Cider mills, 28 and '.'9 Will
iamson St.; Offlee, 107 Bay St., Sa
Dr^Wr II Ball,
OtucoOvor National Bank, Laurcns
OJllco day* Monday and Tuosday.
All persons indebted to the es
tate of J. E. Wilkcs, dee'd., by
account or otherwise, must come in ,
and settle by April ist. After that
date all claims will be placed in the
bands of my attorney for collection.
C. W. WlI.KHS,
Mar. io, '91, Ad nix.
OF SETTLEMENT AND FINAL
By permission of Jno. M. Clardy,
Judge of Probate. I will settle tho
estate ol Robert J, Compton, Dec'd
at 10 a. m., in tho Probate ofilce at
Laurcns C. H. S. C, on Friday, the
10th day or April, 1891, and apply
for my final discharge.
W. B. COMPTON,
March 9,1891. 4t. .
State of South Carolina,
COUNTY OF LAUKENS,
CouiiT op Common Pj.kas.
E. T. McSwain no Administra
tor, C. T. A? of Elizabeth Strain,
deceased, plaintiff, against John
lUcd MoGownn, et al, defendants.
Pursuant to the decree of Judge
W.Hherspoon, rendered in the
above slated ease, I will sell on
salesday in April next, being tho
sixth day of the month, at Laurcns
Court. House, South Carol Inn, dur
rlftg the legal hours at public out?
cry to Ihe highest bidder, the fol
lowing real estate, situate in the
town ot Cross Hill in said county
and state, formerly owned by
Elizabeth Strain, deceased, lots
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10 and 11 of n
survey, made Fob. 14, 1891, plat
filed in this office. Terms, one-Half
cash balance, with interest from
day of sale, due in eight months
secured by the bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage
of the promises sold, with leave to
the purchaser to pay his entire bid
in cash: purchaser to pay for pa
pers, lots sold separately.
J, H. WIIARTON,
C. C. C. P. L. C.
With the opening of tho spring
term, I have added tho military
feature nnd a thorough course in
Bock-keeping to my already full
curriculum, which includes Latin,
Greek, German, French, Calisthe
nics and music. Cant A. N. Brun
sen, of Orangeburg city, who grad
uated as Cupt of his company nnd
as valedictorian of his class, at
the South Carolina military Acad
emy, will have charge of this de
I'rof Brunson comes highly re
commended; he la recently from
Vanderbllt University, and has
had experience, his testimonial
showing him tp bo a young man of
marked ability, competent to fill
with credit a position in any insti
For further particulars, as' re
gards rates of board, tuition etc
TIIOS F. JONES,
Clinton Classical Institute,
Feb. 8?3m. '
Tho Laurcns Music House.
"Music hath charms to sootho
tho savogo, etc" and J. M. Hamp
ton has on hand and is continually
receiving an elegant line of pianos
nnd organs from many of the most
popular manufacturers. Some of
tho pianos I carry uro Ghickering,
Fisher, Mathashuk, Mason and
Hamlln, Sterling/, Arlon and
Wheelux; Organs, Mason & Ham
lln, Wlleox & White, Sterling, Al
leger, Fnrrunt & Votoy ami many
others. Call und ox limine my stock
and prices, terms cash or time,
Oct. 14, '90. J. M. HAM l?TON.
W. L. DOUGLAS
A U J and other cimclnl
< JkMlH" tlon for <K 111 IfMi ic n.
?* ? ? l,n<ll<s.<??<?..urn wnr
r?nt< il, And mi hlnmprd on Im.(dun. .\<Mro?s
W. L, OOt 41 Uiocktou, IU it hm. Soldbjr
J. \\ HIAKTIN&OO, Laurens
-U- ? " 1
RICHMOND A DANVILLE
Col nubia und Greenville division.
?? ? .l'lonsod schedule In effect Mar. 8tb,
ICi.it Trains ruu on 7.?.it Meridian time.
nohhi bovitd. v
Lv Nowberry 8 10am
?< Goldvllle 10 (*'? a in
4 i liutoii 10 42 a in
. uureua 11 40 a m
Ly Laurens r. 40 p in
Ar Clinton 1 24 p in
" Goldvillo 1 6b p in
" Nowbony 3 36pm
No. tl5. ' No. ?13.
Lv Obarlestou 7 00 a m
Liv Columbia 0 00 p in 11 00 a m
Lv Alston 0 68pm 12 13 a in
Lv Union 2 02 p m
Ar Spartanburg 3 12 p m
Ly Tryon 6 40 p in
Liv Saluda f0 27 p m
Lv Flat Hock 6 64 p ni
Lv Hendorsouvlllu 7 07 p m
LyAshovillo 8 00pm
Ar Hot Springs O 40 p in
Lv Pomaria 7 11 p m 12 31 p m
Lv Prospority 7 83 p m 12 66 p m
Lv Newborry 7 47 p in 1 18 p ni
IiV Qoldville 8 40 p in
Lv Clipton i> 03 p m
Ar Laurens 9 45 p in
Ar Ninety-Six 2 30 p m
L\ Ninety-Six 2 60 p m
-Lv Greonwood 3 12 p in
Ar 1 lodges 6 35 p m 8 35 p m
Lv Hodges 8 40 p m
Ar Abbovillo 6 15 p in 4 15 p m
Ar llelton 4 30 p m
Lv Helton 4 60 p m
" Williamston 4 63 p in
H Pelzor 6 00 p m
M Piedmont 6 17 p ni
Ar Greonvllle 0 00 p m
Ar Anderson - <? 6 20 p in
Ar Pondlotou 0 16 p in
Ar Sonnca 7 10 p m
Lv Seneca 7 35 p in
Ar Walhalla 8 05pm
Ar Atlanta 12 00 pm
No. t9. No. tlO.
Lv Bolton 1,1 10 a in
Ar Bolton 4 15 p m I
Lv Williamston 11 22 a m 4 01 p m
Lv Politer 11 2S am 8 65 p m
Lv Piedmont 11 45 a m 3 37 p m
Ar Greonvillo 12 20 p m 3 00 p m
No. 114. No. *10.
Lv Walhalla 8 30am
Lv Sonera 0 00 a m
Lv Pendloton 0 37 a m
Lv Andorson 10 15 a m
Ijv Groonville 9 80 a in
Lv Piodmont 10 10 a m
Lv Polzor 10 27 a m ?
Lv Williamston 10 38 a m
Ar Bolton 10 55 a in
Lv Bolton 11 05 a m
Lv Abbovillo .11 05 a in
Ar ilodgos 11 45 a m
Ly Hodges 12 10 a m
Lv Greonwood 12 38 p m
Ar Ninety-Six 1 05 p m
Lv Ninoty-Six ? 1 80 p m
Lv Laurons 7 00 a m
Ly-Clinton 7 82am
Lv Goldvillo 7 52am
Ar Nowberry 3 10 p m 8 45 a m
Lv Prosperity 3 34 p m 0 03 a m
Ar Pomaria 4 02 p m 1) 25 a m
Lv Hot Springs 8 32 n m
Lv Ashovillo 10 10 a m
Lv Hondersnnvillo 11 Oil a m
Lv Flat Rock 11 18 a m
Lv Saludu 11 43 a in
Lv Try on 12 31 p m
Lv Spartnnburg 1 40 p ni
Ly Union 2 h.I p m
Lv Alston 4 25 p m 0 43 n in
l-v Columbia 5 30 p m 10 CO a m
Ar Charleston 0 45 p in
No. t40. No. tL.
Lv Hodges 2 40 p in 12 15 p in
Ar Abbovillo 1 50 p in t 05 p in
No. 117 No.+18.
Ijv Columbia 0 20 a m 1) 00 p m
" AlfetJU 7 OS a m H 10 p n>
" Pomaria 7 22 u in 7 55 p in
Ijv Prosperity 7 45 am 7 33pm
Lv Nowborry 8 03 a in 7 111 p in
Ar Ninety-Six 0 18 a m 0 Ii p in
Ijv Ninety-six i> 18 a m on p m
Lv Groonwood 0 40 a in 6 60 p in
Ar Hodges 10 05 a m 6 2;"? p in
Lv lloiigcu ),) 05 a in 5 28 j> in
Ar Abbovillo lu 40 n in
liv Abbovillo 4 40 p m
Ar HelUm 11 in. a m
Lv Bolton 4 35p m
Ar Anderson li 85a in
Ijv Andorson 4 00 p in
* Bally, t Daily except Sundays.
Main line trains Nos. 18 and 14 dsll>
between Columbia and Hot Sprint?? ;
dallyexOCpt Sunday between Alston and
Piillmau Parlor Scrvlco between Co
lumbia to Hot Springs, N. C, without
Chang i ol'car.
TicketH on salo at principal stations to
Jas. L. Tayi.oii, Gon. Pass. Agent.
I). CADowBid., D. P. A., Columbia.
Soi?. Haas, Tratllo Manager.
PORT ROYAL & WESTERN
IN EFFECT SKPT. 28, 1890.
76th Meridian Time.
To Augusta, Beaufort, Port Royal am
LvGroonvillo 3 00 pm 7 10am
Laurens 5 is p m 8 40 a m
Ar Augusta 9 85 p m 12 30 p m
Lv Augusta t 11 45 a in
Ar Charleston 7 10 p in
Boaufort 5 25 p m
Port Royal 5 10 p in
To Augusta, Savannah, Waycross
Jacksonville, Thomasvillo, Palatka, St
Lv Groonville 3 oo p m 7 10 a m
Ar Augusta 9 35 p in 12 30 p m
Savannah 5 55 a m 6 25 a m
Waycross 9 45 a m
Thomasvillo 1 40 p m
Jacksonville 12 (noon)
Palatka 2 35 pin
St. Augustino 3 p m
To Maiiidiu, Slmpsonvillo, Fountain
Inn, Grayeourt, Iiiuircns, Groonwood,
MuCormlck, Andorson anil Augusta.
? ? *?
Lv Greoivlllo 7 10 a in 8 09 p m
Ar Mauldin 7 27 a n. 3 29 p in
SiinsonMl 7 39 a m 3 17 p m
F'ni'n Inn 7 60 a m 1 C5 ,? m
Owlngs 8 01a m 427 am
Grayeourt 8 OS a m 4 82 p in
t\ r I ,amens 8 30 a in 5 10 p m
Ly Laufens 8 40 a m 6 18 p m
Gr'nwood 9 42 a n. 0 40 p m
M 'Corin'k 10 40 a in 7 10 p m
Augusta 12 30 p m 9 35 p m
Fiom Charleston, Augusta, Anderson,
McCormlok, Groonwood, Laurons
Greycourt, Fountain Inn, Slmpson
villo and Mauldin.
Lv Charleston 8 00am
Ly Augusta 8 35 a ni 2 05 p m
Anderson 8 00 a m 6 35 p m
M'Corm'k 10 40 a in 8 65 v in
Gr'nwood 11 40 a in 4 55 p m
Ar Laurens 12 12 p in 5 65 p in
p in p in
Lv Laurons 0 00 8 30
Grayeourt 0 22 9 18
Owlngs 0 2? 9 19
Fountain Inn 0 10 9 45
Shnpsonvlllo 0 52 10 05
Mauldin 7 02 10 27
ArGroonvlllo 7 20 11 00
Lv Laurens 1 00 p in
Ar Groouvlllo 2 40 pm
?Dally. **Daily ox. Sunday
fdiungo in timo makos close connect
Trains No. 13 and 11 run solid through
to Charleston, uotiaiu-for or change ol
Tlie afternoon train leaving Greonvillo
at 3.25 eonuootsat Laurons with throuuh
I' daeo Sleeping Car from Sparlanbti -g
to Savannah without ehuugo.
Close couuoelion mado at G.oonwnod
with ?'. tV. G. R. R, trains and at Angus
a with C. C. it A. R. R., S. C. Ry. and
Georgia R. R. for all points.
Tickets on salo at Port Royal A Wost
orn Carolina Railway depot for all points
at cheap through rates nnd baggage
chocked to destination.
For further information rolalivo to
Schedules, Rales, Bout Routo, olc, write
or call on
R. W. Hum-, W. j. Ciiaio,
T. PA. G. P. A.
j. ii. Avkiui.i., Bup'L Augusta, Gu.
County Hoard ni' Hquulixnt ion,
For the equalization of Personal
property will meet on the 2 ist of
March, 1891. All persons int oier
ted will govern themselves accord
ingly. O. G. THOMPSON,
y March 16, 1981,
After thorough consideration, decides that there
is not a place superior to-Laurens, & C., foy a
and will carry a larger and bettet* stock , cjf
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS. S110E8. ETC.,
than ever before* New goods arriving/every
day, and in the mean time, our last scasonrs stocjk,
which contains some very desirable goo^ls, will
be sold at and below cost.
Come at once if you want goods virtually at your owiji price, a
we will not regard values in this sale.
Better Than Any Bank
Mutual Life Ins Ge
OF NEW YORK.
Total Asscis now $147,164.001*00.
No other envestmcnt in the
World is so absolutely safe, or con
sidering the protection, more pro
fitable than a life or endowment
policy in The Mutual Life Insur
ance Company of New York, for
the following reasons :
.ist. The contrcct is based upon
a natural and universally operating
law of mortality, backed by the
good faith and continued payments
of the largest number (182,013 in
1889) of carefully selected lives
insured in any company on the re
serve fund system.
2nd. The Mutual Life has the
largest reserve fund of any insur
ance company in the world?being
now over $147,000,000.
3rd. During the forty-seven
years of its business, its receipts
from interest alone have paid all
death claims and left a surplus
therefrom of $ 11,315,901 69.
4th. Its interest receipts have
exceeded all expenses of manage
ment by the enormous sum of $55?*
5th. Its annual income in j S89
exceeding all the requirements for
paying death claims, matured en
dowments, annuities, surrender
values, dividends to policy-holders
and expenses (in sill aniounting*to
$21,629,502.61) by nearly ten mil
lions of dollars, or exactly $9,981,
6th. The Mutual Life has al
ready paid to and accumulated for
?ts policy-holders ovci $435,000,
000, w.hich is double the transac
tion of any other company in the
No other financial system can
give such protection and security,
and is so well guarded on every
side against the disturbing elements
that undermine and overthrow the
best laid plans and methods of men
acting in their individual capacity.
REMEMBER THE COMPANY.
JIuhMl Lite Ins., Co..
OF NEW YORK-.
Ed. L. Gkknand, Columbia, S. C.
M. T. Simpson, Cross Hill, S. C.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Lauhkxs.
Oouiit or Probate.
Complaint for Sale of Realty.
Jno. T. 1*0010, as Administrator of
Judson F. Martin, dee'd., plaintiff,
against Mattic A. Martin, Annie
Laurie Martin, J. Ralph Martin
and Laura Martin.
Pursuant to the order of Match
2nd, 1S91, I will sell at Laurens C.
II., during the legal bouts of sale
on the first Monday in April next
the following real estate of the late
Jupson F. Martin dee'd: to wit, a
certain house and lot containing
five acres more or less, situate in
the corporate limits of the city of
Laurons on the West side of the
public road leading from Lauren8
C. II. towards Sandy Ford on Eli
orce River, bounded by lands of
Mrs Mary Y. Gnrlingfon and s.:id
public highway. Forms, cash -
Purchaser to pay for papers.
Jno. M. Ci.akov,
Mar. 291. 3t Judge of Probate,
The Session for i860 and will
begin Monday, Sept. 8th. FulJ
C0rp8 of Teuchels ; Insti notions
thorough; Location healthy; Young
ladies board in President's family ,
Terms moderate. Eor any infor
W. M. McCASLAN.
J3ept. 2, '89-iy. President,
And all that's
Beautiful at the
Audi all that's
Beautiful at tlu
% 1 am Daily Receiving Additions to mv splendid HOLIDAY
of WATCHES, ORNAMENTAL JEWELRY and SIL1
WARE, STERLING and PLATED.
Prices the LOWEST. Come and see.
/fWRepaiiing Skillfully done at Short notice.
W. A. JOHNSON, South side Public Squ|
A Complete and Elegant Line of|
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, RINy
ly Square dealing and low prices we hope to merit a contii
your liberal patronage. Repairing done in a most skil)
ful manner and at lowest prices.
ET SAVED IB MONEY MA!
YoiTcan do this by examining- our pric<#
We have ju t received the largest lot of]
ever seen in Laurens County.
e are carrying a larger sto&ii
T3aa.n ever before pi
? J. 0. C. FLEMING & OA1
LAURENS SHOE STORE
Heavily Over Loetded.
My stock must be lightened at all hazards and at any price of
especially. I have bought TOO MANY and MUST SELL them for
less than everbeforo SHOES have been offered in Laurens.
Be Sure to Give Us a Call Soon,
W. H. dARRETT,
Next door to the Optra House.
for Infants and
" C'Mtorl? ia k> w?n adapted to children UuU
I recommend Jtas superior.to any pittflcripUon
known to mo." 11. A. ARCRxa, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" The use of 'Castorta' is so universal and
I i . merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it Fow aretlio
lutelliKcut families who do not keep Coatorla
within i'rtsy rcftoli." _
Carlos M artyh, r>. P.,
Now York City.
Lato Faetor Dloomin^dalo Uoformed Church.
Castor! a etm* Colic, OonntlpflWon,
Hour atotiiauh, DlarrhoMv. KnicVation, /
KUls Worms, givotj sleep, aud) promote* di
jostion, . ._\ ^
Without injurious medication,
" For sV vcral yonrs I have recommended
your' Castorla.' and aluu^way? conthmo Wj
do <k> as it has invariably prouuCr?tonoQCU"
Edwin P, 1'aho'ji, M. r'?
MTbo Winthrop." l'tfth Street and 7tl
and 7tlt Ave?
Trm CtwrAim Company, 77 Mujuuy Street, Naw Yi