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HOME AFFAIRS
THE RECORD OF LAUBEN8 UP TO
DATE. MAB* */
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First class job work do no promptly
at this office.
The Advertiser and the Weekly
Atlanta Journal one year for one price,
?one dollar and a half, cash.
M. 8. Bailey A Sons are selling lots
of bicycles and it looks a* if the whole
town of Clinton will soon be on wheels.
?Clinton Gazette.
An accidental fire at Ooldvllle last
Thursday morning singed over and
came dangerously near destroying a
large lot of cotton belonging to Mr. J.
8. Blalock. The flames were extinguis
hed, however, and the somewhat dam
aged cotton saved.?Clinton Gazette.
Gen, J. Walter Gray was in Wash
ington last week in conference with
Senator Irby relative to State politics.
He says the whole State endorses Sen
ate^ Irby's position. ? Honea Path
niicle.
ator
ObJbi
*THE
?hb Advertiser and the Weekly
Atlanta Journal one year for one price,
??ono dollar and a half, cash.
Under the will of Miss Annie M. Rob
ertson, of Charleston, recently admitted
to probate, among other bequests to
charitable uses, the Thornwell Orphan
age, (located at Clinton, this county),
gets $500. The Fuel Society, of Charles
ton, and the Thornwell Orphanage, are
residuary legatees, sharing equally.?
These legacies may not be paid until cer
tain life interests have determined.
Mrs. Fannie N. Baxter died at her
home in Newberry on Saturday last, af
ter a brief illness* She was the widow
of the late Maj. James M. Baxter, who
died fifteen years ago. Mrs Baxter was
a loveable, charming lady, sixty three
yoars old at the time of her death. She
was tho daughter of the late Drayton
Nance, and sister of the distinguished
Col. James D. Nance who fell command
ing the 3d S. C.V. She leaves surviving
her, an only sister, Mrs. Dr. J. A. Barks
dale of this city, and two daughters,
Mrs. Jarnos Mclntosh and Mrs. Walter
Hunt, of Newberry.
The city council have contracted for
an artesian well and the work has
already begun, Mr. Andrews of Atlanta,
being the contractor. The site of the
well selected is on a lot Just north of the
Methodist church and near by the Lau
rens and Greenville rail road track. Un
der an Act passed at the recent session
of the Legislature the town is author
ized to issue bonds to the amount of $40,
000 for water works and electrio lights.?
A petition is now in circulation, pursuant
to said Act authorizing the issue of $30,
000 for the purposes of the Act. If a ma
jority of the freeholders of the city peti
tion, the question of issue of bonds will
be submitted to the qualified voters of
the city. The matter of increasing the
bonded indebtedness of the city should
be carefully canvassed by freeholders
and voters.
Don't fail to get one of the untrimmed
hats which I will put on sale, April the
first and continue until sold at 25 cents
each. Call for them.
O. B. Simmons,
Successor to Simmons Bros.
At The Laurens Drag Company?
''House Keepers and Mothers Manual'
?Ad invaluable Household receipt
book. Every lady should have it. A
noble veterans wife is the authoress,
Mrs. Gen. Rosser.
IS96 Spring Opening X896.
Our Spring Opening of Millinery and
Dress Goods will be on next Wednes
day, April 1st, 1896. You are cordially
invited to attend. Miss Helen Cox, of
Baltimore, who Is thoroughly posted on
all the latest styles, assisted by Miss
Amelia Kennerly is in charge of our Mil
linery department, and will be pleased
to show our customers all the novelties
in fine Millinery.
Respectfully,
W. A. Jamieson.
Don't forget our opening day is on
next Wednesday, April 1st.
W. A. Jamieson.
A nice line of silks for waist for only
25 cents at Jamieson's.
See our line of wash goods before buy
ing ? W. A. Jamieson.
Patterns for April to give to our cus
tomers free.
W .A. Jamieson.
Crystal and Fresh*
On Saturday of every weok I shall
deliver the Harris Lithia Waters in
the city and will be glad to receive
your orders on those days. At the same
time I will keep a supply constantly on
hand with Kennedy Bros, in the city
who will deliver it it. quantities
wanted. J. J. Dendy.
Business Notices.
Handsoue line of silks for waists in
latest designs at the Simmons Dry Good
Palace,
Straw hatsl Straw hats!! Beauti
ful lot just secured in all blocks at
Davis A Roper's.
Furniture, Furniture, arriving daily.
All bills $104)0 and over will be deliv
ered to your depot free.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes A Co.
150 pr boys' knee pants at 9c, 250
pr boys' wool pants at 25c, 150 pr boys'
wool pants at 50c. See them at Davis
A R?per's.
Don't fail to go to the Simmons' Dry
Good and Millinery palace to get your
Easter Bonnet and Dress.
Arrived this week a beautiful line of
pictures and frames. Pictures from 25
cents to $6.00. Come and see them, it is
a pleasure to show goods.
S. M. A E. H. Wilkes A Co.
160 boys' knee suits, wool cheviots,
going now at $1.50 at Davis A Roper's.
See our line of men's $7.50suits. They
are $10.00 values.
Davis A Roper.
Is your hair thin? Our Quinine
Tonic will make it come out like Crab
grass in a rainy spring.
The Laurens Drug Co.
The best man's $6.00 suit on earth at
Davis A Roper's.
The prettiest line of ladies and chil
dren's slippers over shown in this mar
ket at Davis A Roper's.
You can get a full pound of good
linen note paper, ruled or plain, for
26 coats at the Laurens Drug Co.
For tho largest and best selection of
ncgligeo shirts just give us a call.
Davis A Roper.
Big lot of Stetson hats in all the
latest blooks.in stiff hats, alpines and
full shapes just iu. Now is your time
for ohofce. Davis A Roper.
Mourning paper at tho Laurens
Drug Co.
Big lot of trunks and valises at low
est prices at Davis A Roper's.
The largest selection of Spring
Clothing ever shown in Laurons.
Come see for yourself. Tho prices are
lower than ever. Davis A Roper.
Look out for the big odd pants salo
at Davis A Roper's.
Who n you want clothing, hats and
shoes call on tho originators of low
prices--Davids A Roper, the Famous
Olothio rs.
As the field now stand (or Solicitor
of the 7th circuit, Lauren* enters two
young lawyers of the very highest type,
O. O. Featherstone, Esq., and Col. H.
Y. Simpson. One of these must win
and eltner ably will present the "States
case" and are worthy any laurels. The
othor gentlemen we name below are
not to be disparaged by the praise we
accord our own worthy sons. Ncwberry
Euts forward incumbent. Solicitor O.
. Schumpert, Esq. and C. L. Blease,
Esq.; Spartanburg,Messrs. O. P. San*
ders and W. S. Thomaaon. Union is
yet to hear from and she has some fine
young fellows.
The announcement of the accident of
Mr. A. B. Williams. Editor of the
Greonville News on the evening of the
22d instant by a fall from his Bicycle,
was not rocefved In time for our last
weeks paper. We hope for his early
recovery without serious hurt to his
locomotive powers and graceful move
ments. It would be enough to set
him squarely on his pegs, if the good
wishes of his many admirers and friends
down here in Laurens could have the
magic effect.
Mr. C. 0. Featherstone, the able
f'oung lawer of Laurens, who is mak
ng tho race for solicitor of this circuit,
is first to announce his candidacy. In
the columns of The Herald. Mr.
Featherstone is very popular and will
make a good run.?Spartanburg Her
ald.
Death of Capt Cresswcll near Green
wood.
Special to the State.
Greenwood, March 24.?Capt Henry
Hunter Cresswcll died at his home near
here yesterday afternoon and will be
burled In the family burying ground
tomorrow. He was a grandson of
John Hunter who served in the
United States senate in 1801-02, and
named after Honry Hunter of French
spoliation claims fame. Capt. Cress
well was a literary student. Two sons
and two daughters 'survive him. The
daughters are Cant. R. F. Fleming of
Laurens, and Mr Evans of 10 vans ton,
Fla.
Capt. Oresswoll 1 ad many friends and
kindred in Laurens, having lived to a
good old age and survived the most of
them. Senator John Hunter, referred
to in the dispatch to the State, was a
resident of Laurens residing nearGold
vllle whore he died. He had many de
scendants In this county, Mr. A. A.
Garlington and Mr. Rufus Dunlap being
of them. Capt. R. F. Fleming is a
brother of Mr. J. O. C. Fleming of this
city and Mr. W. D. Evans now of Flori
da, a native of and reared In Laurens,
being another son-in-law.
Colonel Shaw and Sheriff Mc
Cravy Have no Money in
the New Paper.
It having been stated in editorial cor
respondence of the Spartanburg Herald
that Cols. Shaw and McOravy were
prominent backers of the "Free Silver
Democrat" soon to appear in this city
these gentlemen deny the impeach
mont, as appears from the following cor
respondence published in the Herald:
To the Editor ot The Herald.
Hion Point, S. C. March 28, 1896.
I see in your issue of the 27th inst.,
that I am represented as having money
in the new paper reported to be started
at Laurens, O. H. in the near future.?
Now, Mr, Editor, I want it plainly un
derstood that your information is incor
rect?not a word of truth in the same,
at the same time I have no objection to
the people starting as many papers as
they please. Very respectfully,
John D. M. Siiaw.
To the Editor of the Herald.
Office of Sheriff G. S. McOravy,
Laurens, S. C, March 28th, 1896.
You were mistaken in your issue of
the 27th inst. when you said, that I, with
others, had contributed towards the es
tablishing of a new paper at Laurens.
Mr. W. T. Crews can so testify. Had
better try another tree for your " 'pos
sum. " Respectfully,
G. S. McOravy.
P, S. Please keep my name out of your
paper as much as you possibly can, as I
am in county politics strictly.
Mc.
Attention. Veterans!
Comrades, members of Gamp
John Rutglege Holmes, U. O. V.,
meet at Waterloo, in Anderson's
Hall, on Saturday the 4th of April
at 2 o'clock, p.m., sharp. A full at
tendance in expected. By order.
R. N.JOUNNINGHAM, Com.
A. E. Nance, Ajt.
Attention, United Confederate
Veterans.
Head Quarters U. C. Veterans,
Camp Garlington,
March 16, 1896.
At the last meeting of the Camp it
was resolved that the Oamp hold a
meeting In the Court House, at 10
o'clock, A. M., Thursday April 2d
next. It Is important that all comrades
be present. Delegates will he appointed
to the re-unlons at Charleston and
Riohmond and officers eleoted. By order
of B. W. BALL,
B. W. Lanpord, Commander.
At. Adjutant.
There is more Catarrh in this
section of the country than all
other diseases put together, and un
til the last few years was supposed
to be Incurable. For a great many
years doctors pronounced It a local
disease, and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly falling to
cure with local treatment pro
nounced it incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to be a constitu
tional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment.?
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio
is the the only constitutional cure
on the market. It is taken inter
nally In doses irom 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. They offer one hun
dred dollars for any case it falls to
cure. Send for circulars and testi
monials. Address,
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
"Sold by Druggists, 7?c.
List of Letters
Remaining in the Post Office at Lau
rens, S. C, unclaimed, for the week
ending Mar. 30,1896.
A?Acker, Mrs. Ida.
B?Boyd, w D; Brooks, J HjBulling
ton, R MoC; Brown, L T.
O?Oloveland, Rob't.
H?Hunter, J H; Henback, Miss E.
J?Johnson, Miss Rebecca; Jordon, O
E
M?Mllllam, Sam'l; Martin, Mrs. J
W; Mallnor, Mrs. Emma.
N-?Nawl, Susan.
O?Oans, Mrs. Jano.
P-?Pennington, B.
R?Ramago, Henry; Ramage, T D.
V?Vance, Mark.
vor th?c wkbk ending Mar. 23, 1896,
O?Clark, J A; Cogbun, P A; Gog
burn, F H?2
Q?General, Richard.
E?Earby, Miss Lunar?2; Earby,
Mrs. Hennyetta.
.r -Jordan, Evander.
K?Klhard, Melvin.
O?Oiton, J.
U?Uoundtree. Will.
W?Waters, W M.
Persons calling for any of above let
ters will please say, "They are adver
tised. T, B. Gnaws, P. M.
EVERYTHING
LOOKING UP?8PBING AND A
BRIGHT ONE.
Electric Lights, Water Works, An Arte?
sian Well as the Tows'* Ad
raaoement?A Delightful
Social Erent.
Old newspapers for sale at this office.
Mr. Jeff Connor, of Cokesbury, spent
several days in town last week.
Mr.L. W. Simklns made a business
trip to Union last week.
Registration Books open on 1st Mon
day in April.
Mrs. W. S. Xlllingsworth went to
Atlanta for a visit of a fortnight, On
yesterday.
Mrs. Powers, of Powers 8hop, is
spending a few days with Mrs. J. J.
A'little child of Mr. O. G. Hicks
crawled Into the fire and was terribly
burned oa last Wednesday afternoon.
Lots of new wheels are to be seen on
the streets. Laurens is getting to be
quite a bioyole town.
Rev. N. J. Holmes and wife have been
staying with Col. and Mrs. H. Y. Simp
son for several days.
Mr. J. 0. Garllngton, of tho Spartan
burg Herald, was In town last Wednes
day.
Mr. M. Pegues, a former South Car
olinian, but now a Texan. Is visiting
his friend, Mr, W. E. Luoas.
Dont forget the Egg Hunt at Mrs.
Bolt's next Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock
Is the hour and lOets. the fee. All are
invited.
The Advertiser and the Weekly
Atlanta Journal one year for one price,
?one dollar and a half, cash.
The Cotton Plant now comes to us
from Spartanburg published by J. T.
Gantt, on Thursday. Greater spaco
will be devoted to Agriculture.
One of the things to be done this
week Is to go to the Openings. It is
a treat to look at the new goods at both
Simmon's and Jamleson's.
This being Holy Week, there will be
services at the Episcopal church at 5}
o'clock every evening except Friday.?
On that day at 11 o'clock A. M.
Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, after
spending sometime with relatives here
have returned to their home in Bir
mingham.
Saturday was a failure in point of a
big ration day.* It was a most charm
ing spring day and first class for
bucolics.
We regret to learn of the death of
Mrs. Hunter Dunlap, widow of Mr. R.
S. Dunlap. which ocourred recently in
Texas. she was Miss Black of this
county, a sister of Mrs. R. C. Dunlap.
The great war ship, "Indiana" was
succeBsflly docked at Port Royal at 7
a. m. on Friday last. It forms an im
portant event for the State and tho
South Atlantic States.
Up to date the peach crop . in the
county is all right and the prospect is
good if it escapes from now forward.
Pears and plums are also regarded
safe.
A. G. Kollock, a thorough-paced,
out-and-out, simon-pure, dyed-in-the
wool democrat, formerly of the Cheraw
Reporter, assumes the editorship of
the Darlington News.
Larry Gantt came down Saturday
night?probably to consult tho groat
Laurens Luminaries, by which we
learn from abroad all other lights
shine.
The Advertiser and tho Woekly
Atlanta Journal one year for one price,
?one dollar and a half, cash.
Life of Gen. R. E. Lee for children.
A most exquisite little volume?beau
tiful. Be sure and see it and you can't
help carrying it home to tho dear little
folks.
The South Carolina Press Association
assembles at Charleston April 22nd
and 23d proximo. It is pleasant to
dream of so delightful a prospect.?
Other places are spoken of as of futuro
realization by-no-means so delightful
to contemplate.
The Advertiser now has clubbing
arrangements with the News and Cou
rier, weekly, The Southern Cultivator
and the Atlanta Journal. They aro
equal to a circulating library and will
help educate your children.
On last Wednesday night a car load
of cotton was burned on the P. R. &
W. 0. rail road track. The cotton had
just arrived from Clinton and was en
route to Augusta, it was the property of
Mr. J. A. Copeland and was insured.
Thursday evening just at dusk the
fire alarm was given and tho house of
Corley Garllngton, colored, was found
to be pretty well burned up, as to tho
roof at least, though none of the in
mates had discovered it. It was impos
sible to save either the house or any
furniture, but the former was insured.
Rev. W. A. Rogers, Pastor of Cen
tral Methodist Church at Spartanburg,
W. M. Jones, Esq., C. H. Carlisle, L.
E. Potter, Warren DuPree and D. C.
Correll, all of Spartanburg, were in
the city yesterday examining our hand
some new churches with reference to
improvement of their church in Spar
tanburg.
In a talk with R. M. L., Washington
correspondent of Charleston Nows and
Courier, Congressman Stanyarno Wil
son thinks that there is unnecessary
oxoitement in this State. That tho
Chicago convention will probably bo
harmonious and satisfactory to all.
An intelligent gentleman travelling
In Spartanburg, states that the Impres
sion Is abroad that we are all by tho
oars and ready for political cnt-throat
lng. We are infaot of all factions and
shades of opinion, in the very best of
loving moods and peace and brother
hood prevail.
The "Free Silver Democrat" will ap
pear on Saturday next, edited by Mr.
W. T. Crews and published at $1.00.?
The paper will speak for itself, on its
appearance. As a missionary in tho
cause of free silver it is hardly needed
in this Stato. What else Is the inspira
tion we must leave to its own expres
sion.
Miss Lydio Irby gave a card party
on last Wednesday evening in honor of
her cousin, Miss Birdie Vance, of Lou
isiana. Progressive Old Maid was tho
gamo played and groat was the amount
of fun and oxoitement which it gave
rise to. Prizes were given to the win
ners and losers of the greatest number
of games whloh fell to Miss Mame Fer
guson, Mr. Willie Anderson and Mr.
and Mrs. C. 0. Featherstone.
Farmers report good progress to
wards planting a orop or rather get
ting ready. The cold woathor has
made corn planting a Uttlo late, but
the bulk of the crop will be in the
ground this week. The little wheat
that was seeded in the fall looks woll.
There is a very small acreage of fall
sown oats, but they look well. Spring
sown oats are alive, but have made,
little progress, Spring weather Is
needed for all crops.
clemson college, 8. c. } ?
Mar. 24th, 1896. \
To the Editor:?
Kindly give publicity to the follow
ing:
1, The Veterinary Department of tho
8. O. Experiment Station- offers its aid
to the people of South Carolina in the
investigation and extirpation of con
tagious and infectious diseases among
the domesticated animals: horse, cow,
swine, dog, fowls, etc. The Collogo
Veterinarian will take pleasure in
corresponding with the owners of dis
eased animals and will wherever pos
sible give diagnosis and advice free.
In all casos of a contagious nature re
quiring personal inspection, the trav
elling expenses of the Veterinarian
must be met by the owners of tho dis
eased animals.
2. It is the intention of the Veteri
nary Department of Clemson College
to give to the stock owners and others
of this State, who may wish it, a spec
ial course in Veterinary Science.
Anyone of good moral character may
avail himself of this course under the
head of the Veterinary Department.
For further information address
DR. W. E. A. Wyman,
Veterinarian to S. 0. Experiment Sta
tion and Clemson College.
The Advertiser and tho Weekly
Atlanta Journal ono year for one price,
?one dollar and a half, cash.
THE CHICAGO EXPOSITION.
Charleston, S. O.,
March 20th, 1896.
Dear Sir : ? - A Convention composed of
delegates from the Southern States and
Cities was held in Chicago in Febiuary
to consider the advisability of holding
an Exposition of Southern resources and
products in that City this year, and to
doviBo ways and means for covering the
cost of such an exposition. The Con
vention resolved without a dissenting
voice that the Exposition should be held.
The City of Chicago pledged itself to
undertake the whole expense of organiz
ing and maintaining the Exposition.
The several Southern States under
took, on their part, to provide tho ex
hibits, and to pay the expense of collect
ing, arranging and organizing their ex
hibits.
Whan the delegates from South Caro
lina met in Chicago, it was deemed
advisable that if the Legislature failed
to make an appropriation to place before
the world the products and resources of
our various cotton and other industries
at the Exposition in Chicago, a trial
should be made to raise the necessary
funds from other sources. The Legisla
ture you are aware, did nothing for the
end in view, and it now becomes my
duty, by the authority of the Governor
of the State, to invite you to attend a
Convention to bo held at Spartanburg,
on Wednesday evening, April 15th, 1806,
for tne purpose of providing a plan by
which an Exhibit of the industries of the
State shall be made at Chicago. It is
hardly necessary for me to place before
you the imperative reasons why we of
this State onould make the best exhibit.
The great development of our Cotton
Factories, the natural advantages wo
have of climate, water power, and cotton
raised around the Mills must invite the
attention of capital, thereby making our
State not only foremost in agriculture,
but also in Cotton fabric industries.
In no other way can our farmers he
more judiciously helped than bv giving
tbem a market, we might say, near to
each and every farm, thereby linking
together agriculture, manufactures and
commerce.
I request, therefore, that the Mayore
and Intendants of the Cities and Towns
in the State attend the Convention at
Spartanburg, and appoint three dele
gates from each of the Cities and Towns
to represent .their several municipalities
in this Convention, for tbe purpose of
insuring an Exhibit by South Carolina
at Chicago.
I request that each of the Cotton manu
facturing enterprises in the State ap
point representatives to attend the
Convention in Spartanburg.
I also request that each of the Rail
road companies doing business in the
State will appoint a representative to
attend the Convention.
I shall be obliged if you will inform
me at your earliest convenience the
names of the delegates you have ap
pointed in response to this address.
LANFORD'S.
Farmers have their work very
well in hand. The corn is begin
ning to go in the ground. We still
believe in hog meat, home raised.
Mr. P. F. Moore an aged and re
spected citizen of our town died on
Wednesday last and was buried
here on Thursday by the Masonic
order of which he was a member.?
Funeral services conducted by
Rev. J, T. Littlejohn, text, "Moses
died." There was a large attend
ance. Mr. Moore was a good man
and had a host of friends whose
sympathies go out for the wife and
children in their sad bereavement.
He was a member of the Baptist
church at Lanford's,
The annual re-union of the Sur
vivors of Laurens Briars, Company
"G" 3rd S. O. Regment will come
off at Lanford Station on Saturday
the 11th of April. They respect
fully invite all old vets and friends
to be with us with the usual well
filled baskets and let us have a
good time. ,
Miss Jannie Watts, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Moore has
returned to her home in Richland
county.
Capt. J. W. Lanford boasts of a
cotton row 3,500 yards long and
says if he lives another year he
will have ono ten miles long.
Mr. J. Y. Cooley is going to run
a vegetable farm this year to sup
ply the operatives of the Enoreo
mill.
Zip Coon.
ARE YOU ONE
Of those unhappy people who
are suffering with weak nerves,
starting at every slight sound, un
able to endure any unusual dis
turbance, finding it impossible to
sleep? Avoid opiate and nerve
compounds. Foed the nerves upon
blood made pure and nourishing
by the great blood purifier and true
nerve tonic, Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills are the best after
dinner pills, assist digestion, pre
vent constipation. 25 cents.
Now we see it stated that Messrs.
Thomas and Ryan bought the Port
Royal and Western Carolina road
because it was their share of the
securities under the reorganization
plan of the Central of Georgia road.
They had no alternative but to take
the road, and so take it they did.?
The circumstances are said to be
simlliar in the case of the Port
Royal and Augusta, which Messrs.
Thomas and Ryan are said to bo
after. When that road Is sold thoy
will certainly come into possession
of it. They do not know what thoy
will do with the Port Royal and
Western Carolina, and when they
get the Port Royal and Augusta
thoy will be equally at sea.?Char
lotte Gazette
pianos and Organs.
If you intend buying a Piano or Or
gan it will pay to see me. Remember
all Pianos and Organs sold by me are
warranted by reliable manufacturers. -
Write for ^prices. Terms satisfactory.
\ L. A. McCord,
* Laurens, 8. O.
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^and $1.00. =
^ Hair Promoter, 50 cts. (sarao^
tfc-stylo as Ayer'8.) 7
W~ Barbers Hair Oil.
Ayors Hair Vigor. :
^ Hair Dyo, 25 cts. '.
I Laurens Drug Oo.
^ Near Post Ollico. ^
Candidates' Colunin.
Candidates and thoir friends are
reminded that boforo announcements
aro mado in this paper Three Dollars
CASH must bo paid down. Don't ask
for credit.
FOR SOLICITOR.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Solicitor of the Sev
enth Judicial Circuit of South Caro
lina and pledge myself if elected to
perform the duties of the office im
partially, faithfully and fearlessly.
My candidacy is subject to the ac
tion of the Democratic party.
* Cole L. Blease.
I want to be Solicitor of the Sev
enth Circuit. I pledge myself to
abide the result of the Democratic
Primary election.
* C. C. Featherstone.
FOR SHERIFF.
I am a candidate for re-electioi.
to the oftice of Sheriff for Laurent
county subject to tho action of the
Democratic primary and I want all
the votes I can get.
Respectfully,
G. S. McORAVY,
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for Clerk of Court
for Laurens County, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
* J. H. WHARTON.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Clerk of
Court for Laurens county, subject
to the Democratic Primary.
John F. Bolt.
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for the office of Clerk of
Court for Laurens county at the
ensuing primary election and
pledge myself to abide the result of
said election.
* J. H. Copeland.
FOR AUDITOR.
I respectfully announce that I
will be a candidate for the office of
County Auditor, subject to the
choice of the Democratic voters in
tho ensuing primary.
* Jno. R. Finley.
Tho friends of R. W. Nichols, feel
ing confldont of his compotoncy, nom
inate him as a candidato for county
Auditor at tho ensuing Democratic
Primary.
FOR TREASURER.
The friends of T. S. Langston
respectfully announce him to the
Democratic Voters of Laurens
county, as a candidate for Treasur
er, knowing him to be fully com
petent for said position. Subject
to the Democratic Primary.
" Friends.
To the voters of Laurens County:
I announce myself as a candidato
lov the 6(nce of Treasurer of Lau
rons County, and pledge mysolf to
abide the result of the Democratic
primary.
James W. Henderson.
Tho many friends of W. E. Cook, of
Youngs Township, knowing him to bo
a man of . good moral character and J
fully qualified to dlschargo tho duties \
of county Treasurer, would rospoot
fully nominate him a candidato for
said office at tho noxt election, subject
to a Democratic Primary. *
FOR CORONER.
Many friends of Miles H. Ferguson,
of Youngs Township, believing him
ontlrely covnpotont, rospoctfully nom
inate him for Coronor, subjoct to tho
Democratic primary.
"3b. 3d, 1800.
TEACHERS5 COLUMN.
? V ? ' 1 ' " '? , I1 1 -, ?! I J-?
J. A. MADDEN, EDITOR.
The Teachers' Association
Met 3 ist ult. with a large attend
ance.
Miss Perrin Farrow gave, in a
very interesting manner, her meth
od ot teaching history, and judging
from the close attention given her
by the teachers, her teaching
mutt be interesting to her pupils.
She further demonstrated that she
was thoroughly posted.
Prof. McElroy gave a most inter
esting address on teaohing as a
profession, and the imposition per
petrated upon the profession by the
makeshifts. It would have been
profitable to the school system if
all the school officers of the county
could have been present and heard
the address.
The next meeting of the Associa
tion will be held on Saturday, April
i8th, at 11 a. m., at Laurens, in the
Courthouse. The following is the
programme: t
Dr. J. R. Smith will address the
Association on a subject of his own
selection.
Dr. J. J. Boozer on the impor
tance of of teaching Physiology
and Hygiene in the sohools, fol
lowed by Miss Mary Osborn.
Prof. H. Z. Nabors on the ad
vantages of a Summer School for
teachers, followed by Miss Bailie
Watkins.
Miss Clatie McDaniel on "Why
should school trustees visit and
take part in the deliberations of the
Teachers' Association," followed
by Trustee James C. Hill.
It is hoped all the teachers and
trustees of the county will attend
the next meeting of the Associa
tion.
It will be decided at the next
meeting of the Association whether
or not we will have a Summer
School.
Tobacco and Etiquette,
We, as teachers, should do all
in our power to get our pupils to
drop the filthy habit of using to
bacco, but never force it, because
we have heard the silver heads of
our land say that it was a matter of
impossibility to make a boy, with
the habit firmly established, hon
estly drop it. He will tell untruths
about it, and even steal tobacco
when he wouldn't anything else;
and above all things let us teach
them to honor, love and practice
truth and honesty, for they are the
most important things in the char
acter of a true citizen. We should
put the lad upon his honor and al
low him to come on to school.?
Teach him to use it with all polite
ness possible. Do not allow him
to use in the presence of the chil
dren who has not taken up the
habit. Do all in the power of a
teacher to prevent further introduc
tion of tobacco into the school.
If we find the lad is not keeping
the command concerning its use
then bring in the punishment.
Knowing, as we do, education to
be the means in the future of our
being able to keep our heads above
the water, we should do all in our
power to bring into school every
child between six and twenty-one
years of age, which would be a
matter of impossibility if the boys
of the teens were compelled to do
away with tobacco. They would
not enter school etiquette. I think
etiquette drills should be given
weekly in the schools from the fact
that so little is being done in that
line in so many homes of our pupils;
so many of the children are ignor
ant of the most common rules of
etiquette. I hope the teachers will
consider the matter, and some kind
teacher or some friend of education
will prepare an article containing a
drill of etiquette suitable to our
schools and present it through our
column, or that the committe of
the library will order a volume on
etiquette, which will be unani
mously adopted and practiced by
the teachers.
Della Anderson,
Teacher of the Byrd School.
What others Say.
Tho manifestoes of Tillman and
Irby respectively have created a
quoer situation in Laurens county.
The Laurensvill6 Herald, owned
by Postmaster Crews, has been
edited for years by his son, W. T.
Crews. Young Crews has lately
shown a decided preference for
Tillman over Irby, and an approval
so marked of tho former's political
programme that his father, the
postmaster?who not long ago had
to step in and unsay what his son
had Ma id In endorsement of Tilt
man's senatorial attack on Cleve
land?has been prompted to re-as
sume the editorship of The Herald.
Hesignali7.es his return to active
journalism by denouncing Tin
man's counsel as "perniciously
bad" and by warmly commneding
Irby's stand. Unless Tillman re
cedes from his position, Postmaster
Crows says, "he shall be reluctantly
compelled to part company with
him." In tho meantime it is an
nounced that Crews, tho son, who
is not a postmaster, is about to start
a paper called the "Free Silver
Democrat," backed by Senator
Irby's enemies, and the natural in
ference is drawn that it will sup
port Tillman and fight Irby. Lau
rens county this year, with Tillman
against Irby and Crews flls against
Crews pere, will be a mighty juicy
sort of county to live In.?The State.
Do you want
to bo In II?
Tho bloyolo business Ih growing
enormously?why not try It? You
can buy ono whcol, or ?h many M
you llko, and soil your friends
BICYCLES AT COST.
An order sont now entitles you to
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agency for your place. Our wheels
aro tho highest grade, most rellnhto
. bicycles i? i:n i.: to-dity.
I'nrtlonlurs and humlsomoly ?<>.><?
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BARGAIN HOUSE
"Going! Going!! Gone!!!" Cries the auctioneer lustily, these
Goods must be sold. The TS fanufacturer must have money to continue
his business. The auction rvooms are full of goods and these goods must
be sold. We can buy them at price we name, it is true we have to pay
cash right down, but what i s that in comparison to the LOW PRICES
we obtain. Our way of de ?ing business is to
Under-Buy and Under-Sell.
Wc do not buy goods to ma ike a big prifit upon them but move them
quickly at a small advance. Wc have bought within five clays an im
mense stock of seasonable goods comprising
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Tin, Glass
and Crockeryware, Stoves and Furniture.
Also Watches, Clocks, Spectacles and a fine line of rolled Gold and"
Silver plated Jewelry. We have just received a big lot of Stationery
at a bargain, in which there is over one thousand Tablets and writting
pads which we are selling at a close margin, 3c, 4c, 5c, 7c, Sc and 10c.
To this line we call attention of all students.
Call on us while in Laurens. Thanking you for past favors and
soliciting your future patronage, wc remain very respectfully,
1j. es. Burns <fc, Co.
503 Traynham & Dial's Building, West side Public Square.
Piedmont Savings and Investment Co.
^ GjREENVILLE, S. C.
L. W. SlMKINS, Agent, Laurens, S. C.
To Borrowers : Before borrWing on
plan be sure and examine the Loan Plan df this Cj
save you money. I J
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