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IJAU.RKNS, a.C, SUPT. ?th, 1885.
('niton ls Moiling nt 8&(S1) cents.
Tho health <>f our town ls good.
Anoint KAU:, of Newberry, IK in (own.
Our Monthly for August lui
A first-class tailor in (Iii
?lo w ell.
Mr. (?1:0. ?BDDKi
( lotion is eoniiii'
111 mid L?n ens still
>fl II few days ngo
VIIAN is receiving
Mr. C. T. MlLNUn 1
Mr. JOHN 1). SUK
new goods daily.
Miss Mni'tln, of Allanta, is tho ...nest of
Dr. lt. 10. Martin.
Mr. WILLIAM GAURKTT ls clerking for
Mr. J. I). Si I KA lt A N.
Mr. W. C. li iLLitot si:, ol' < i reenvide, is
visiting in Kinnons.
('.MILOS J. STOX.II IIA NU lins opened a
law ofUco in Wulbulln.
Mr. DON NO VANT, of IOdgCtlcld, pani
our tow n a visit Inst Week,
Look out for Mr. JOHN I). SHKAIIAN'S
nnnouueoment next week.
Mrs. M A HY Y. FAUI, ol' Newberry, is
visiting at Dr. Ilarksdulo's.
Mrs. A ne A MS, of (linton, is visitin;:
tho family ol' Mr. C. I.. Fi UK.
Wo understand that a now pa pei i
BOOII to appear in Union, S. C.
VVfttorniolonH tire sean-", .ind fruit of
nil kinds Hon est in this locality .
A sociable nt Ibo eollego boarding bouse
ia booked for Wednesday oven li
Mrs. IlAllHtKON, of Oreel
lng thu family of Mr. < ). Iii
Mr. W. Y. SH Kit A un mid fun ... have
returned from a visit to Ninctv-Six.
Hagging and tie
inerehalits who di
; are being reeol\ i
al in such arl Ide
lion. PATUICK WALSH is spoken ol' ?ts
a candidate for (Jovonior of < leorgia.
Mrs. A. M. Croll/.burg, of Hatesburg,
visited friends in this piare last week.
Mrs. CUNNINGHAM,of Cross Keys, is
visitin? ibo family of Mr. W. A. .JAMIL
Maj. llitiiYi.Ks, of Dm Anderson liar,
paid our tow n a professional visit last
A partial eclipsa of tim moon takes
place on September 24th, at :\ o'clock
Court will convene at tb is place on the
2!at tust., Judge W rr ii KIO: COON pre
Mrs. KNIGHT, motlier of our towns
man, Mr. S. Iv. KNIGHT, intends moving
Mr. A. II. MAUTIN and ( apt. JOHN
Mooni: are making preparations to build
lu Jersey City.
We w ill probably bave a circus during
tho month of October. SKM.M circus ls
beaded m (bis dlroetlon.
Twenty-live mules and carts bolnng-l
lng to H ICE A COLEMAN lo be used on
thu O. A J . ltuilroad have arris ed.
Tho Annual Trade Itevlcw of Chiir-i
leston, publltihod by sin? AViea "ixl I
ier, In pamphlet form, bas been received
Chief-Just iee SIMPSON bas ordered
n special term of the Court ol' (Jcnerij
Hosslns for Abbeville, beginning Kej|
X. J. Hoi.MKS, Esq., bas returned fro Al
North Carolina, w here ho has been I91
Tho Duilding and Loan Association
progressing. It is a good thing and wj)
benefit the town.
Mr. ?. S. QAIUIRTT spout a few du
iii (own last week ami returned to
gusta on Monday.
Mrs. R< W. MlI.NK.n and Miss I.i
SWINDLER returned from Wist
gilda on Saturday.
Thc Richmond A Danville Rid!rom
fuses to SHOW thc ( ;. I.. A S. to join ?ftc
track at Spartanburg.
Adger College, Walhalla, S. ?'., wi
opened again on September 17th, tr ?1
n full corps of instructors.
A mooting Of tho Directors of tho fl
?tr S. Hifllroad was held on Tllosda^Jst
nt Spartanburg. The same olllcors
The pup, tho pup, thc beautiful pul
I'raueing around with bis tail eurlAup.
This 1 tllO Infest poet ie ellusion^
Mrs. O. T. ILVJION, with two? her
children, of LuUrons, is vlsltiifjhoi
?Inter, Mrs. W. J. KIOON, in Amtison.
Tho Coast Kine trains bctu. cn C-nin
bia and Charleston have lo run /.iv
nine miles an hour to nm he I bel rahed
It is said that Olgii wfijslop
honrtburn, but what tl |f| do
dopondsupon bow uno 1 (for n
BOYD, Pi/USB A Co, will sell vieri
nt post, lu order to w ind Up tho Mines .;
of thc Hr nb willoh must ha il ic by
If "Jersey City" cunt innes t.l? to ti .
it has for tile past few nioiiilisft. \\ ?ll
bavoto employ u special reportant |tlint
part of (own.
S. McO. SIMI-KINU, Ks.p.of B?oAchl,
sud Mr. A inn ru NiMi'itiNN.MOhap
polU, hnvMiccii visiting their, ?atlves
in this pince. f I
Mn. Jons KKLLY is olcrklflj or Mr.
Du ir.cor, who han ju>t open. <.ut a
a lino of groceries in Dull A Si ipson's
The cotton crop is coming n, and
no doubt the ladies aro busy du ulating
tho nnnilicr of dresses lucy Ml want
? out of the "drat bale."
A freight (rain on the ('?fjnihia A*
Hroenvllle Ita 11 mad ran olT?jo track
near Helton, oil Friday bul, ul
fluently, tho Laurens niall wjllohiyed.
Our genial friend, Mr. A.C, HIIKI.L,
propoy.M to "juako things Hely" hy
I" MIK ntl the cotton In* ea Mind this
Pal), or uiuko e p(ny riled i?'1, e
i ? l i
I : ?. ?- - ?? ? .
?! . ,,II,IIIIWI??I?I?J?JIM?MII I ll liHM-M
Mr. JOSHUA S. CIIAIU hauled a load of
Hortinida g?iisa from a lot of Mr. LKW is
lt OU Kit THON, in town, one day last week,
which lu- intends planting on his farm
Itt Ty l. is vi Ile.
A c.utain yoting man of our town
thinks thai "ill Tulon (Sf) there is
atronglh" judging from tho tho num
ber of visits bo bas made lu thal direc
M ?ss In:NOUA Kicil KI.ni:un un. of M tin
ning, s. c., la visiting i ho faintly of Mr.
A. V. Lo t! i:i.nt:iti;i::t ami will attend
tin- Liuironsvllhj Female College, which
opi ns on tho 1 llb.
Las! wok w e unintentionally omitted
to m ont iou Mr. J. IL Tn \ VNII AM, of the
linn of Traynliani .V Dial, dillong tho
nu rehauts who have g>>:ie North to pur
elms- Fall good8.
Laurens will have four d?neront
pl; ci s where cotton eau lit) w ulg hod t his
season, which w ill certainly ho a grOi.
advantage to those who bring theil' cot
ton lo this innrkot.
I LIAVIS Ur ri.e.r., al iah J.?:w i* STKW
.viii, colored, charged with killing le
wd IV) two yoarH ago III Cross HUI (own
ship, this i 'minty, has hoon lUTCiilod
and Ludgee in jail nt Greenville.
Mr. KWH IliiiiLA M of tidal 'utility who
reei ntly < nterod ault ngiduat tho AV*/*
and i 'vttn'i r for libel.died ou th? 71 ll inst,
of fever, llenas talon Bick while al.
tending tho UJlltCd S tn tea Court at
Mr. Flt MN'K lOVA NM, of the LnUronsvlllo
; Male Academy, returned oil Thursday
las!, nu i opened lils ao^iool op Monday,
"th. Mr. H VANS hus n good aehool and
has given entire Biillsfaclton to both
1 oipilst .onl patrons.
I'orthe pani row wooka the Aovi'.n
Tissuollleo has been crowded with joh
work, which necessitated the pure li ase
of un udditioiliil press. We ean now r.e
coillliiodatc the public in Ibis line, on
?hort noti?o? ni lowest rates. Kernt in
Mes rs. IttcK & Coi.KMAN ll VI pushing
tho wuk on Hie Greenville A: Lau rena
Railroad, 'rin y uro now lluishhig up
tho grading so lia to. Join IhoG.L. ifcH,
(rack near tho negro church on tho I",
in longing to Mr. Huon IO. G it A v.
Thor waa was a picnic til Williams
j ville, ; : out live miles from thia place,
i oil Saturday last. Speechen were made
! by j. T. joiiNsrox, Ks.?., col. J. ll.
i Wu A iiToN, Capt. Cl. W. sn i.i.i. mid J. lt.
I WATKINS, on tho subject of education.
Laurena needs moro housi iw. i
llug. Almost overy day wo hear of
some nun who would like to move into
town ir suitable homes could he had.
\Vo have had a nuniborof new buildings
in tho past, few months, but they are
always rented boforo they uro finished.
Now is thc timo to sow oms. Don't
think 1 hat Localise you failed lida year,
lt is m. uso, but *soio iiiii.-, ami sow
enough to feed ymir stock and have
BOllto to sell. Il is seldom Hud we have
tn o successive failures of this orup.
i Gift from President Cleveland,
A gentleman living mar Tumbling
Shoals, In this County, Informell Prosi
Mont Cl.KVEI.AXU of the fuel t hal a prom
ising pair oi' hoya had arrived nt \\\>
louse, ono of which ho had named G no
rmt CI.KVKI.AND. Tho President immo
liately presan tod young tl aovan with
i handsome photograph of himself,
which he dlrectod in.his own hand
I As Hos is gonrally railu r a leisure
tillie with fanners, (lie number of per
Sftlialll town Oil saleday last wusnotas
great aa might have heen expeeted. On
ly one small t rael ol' land w as sold hy Hu
Shcrifand tho day ptiaacd oil' very rpi lot
No liipmr, no lights, no horan swapping
mid ao far ss wo know not evan II mini
word wits spoken in tho ..lawless" town
on Hitit day.
A Promising Town.
Ono of tho most Interesting places on
tho G. L. it S. ls Woodfull*. Situated In
au i xcollont location, backod hy a splen
did country niloc! with mon Of enter
prise, high end healthy and with ex
cellent sehooi-.. Woodruff promises li
hi ?mue an i ii i por t ant point. Signs ol
progri ss and improvement cnn bo seen
on nil sides. Neat ami substantial dwel
lings nro springing up, w hile tho stored
in cou rao of erection ami in contempla
.Hon. would be an honor to it inuehbirgei
pile 0. The people OX peel groat thing>
of W r)odrinT, and w o trust they may liol
Lawyers va. Doctore.
A negro dobatlng society In thia Conn
tv has Loon groiilly lutcrsod re
eeni ly,over tho oftest lon us to willoh doe;
ni ire for mankind, lawyers or doctors*
Ono "callion! bruddor," hi n lengthy
speech, contended for tho law yer. Sahl
ho, "Whon you gilt behind de iron liar*
in tho jidl-houa?, do doctor do you ni
good." Shortly aller (Ids tho oh
fellow was lakoii with ern mp-col lo and :
do "tor waa cul bai in. who reminded lou
ol his speech. Lotie* concluded thai
bia argumenta would not stund tho test
lind promise!) to .stand hy (he doctor i
Ito e\ i r got well.
Wo have ?inst ono suggestion lo innki
to Hid tbVrll authorities. Lauren? |H e.s
pol ling a hohVy trade (Ida Fall--Hu
honvical sho lins OVOi known. Agna
many goods w ill ha\ o fb he hauled fron
tho new depot em! a gn-.u don! of COttOI
w ill he hauled up I hut steep bill near t lu
depot. We do not see how any nioner
could ho bettor Invested than to place
say a dozen limul <, at work and gradi
off tllO tOp of lida HUI. tn ono week i
wonderful chango could bo wrought
and w . WOllid li.no a road to Iii?1 d | >
that, w ould bo comparatively lovel. Wi
throw out thia suggestion HO dial on
"city luthers" may examine ihe pim
With lids view, and wo fool sure thu
when they see bow easily it can be dont
they will tako tho atop nt 0U0U, Now i
The following named person-. \v< r
drawn to serve as IVtii .linoi s tit Hi
Se pion dior Term of < on rt :
Wajh A. Carroll, deo. lt. M< <Tiny, S
ll, M.ilialtey, W. S. Th,ixion, W. C
Nash, (?co. A. Miller, .Lis. L. Moue, I
K. Andrews, .Ino. A. Pucket, Sr., J. I
Simpson, W. L. ltiilentine, Abner Itali)
H. P. Hall. .Ino. C.,Hill, Jua. M. Low i
Jus. P. lloyd, J.C. Martin, l>. A. Mm
roe, W. A. Chook, J. II. Ilryson, T. .1
DUcki t, W. IK MeOill, Jim. A. SimpKU
II. ./. Burdett, c. I). Adams, t>. p.Cati
tart, I . M.-i'iomoii, T, ll. Madden, \N
1!. Am.lln, Sr., IL Y. Mel>.,ni, I, & ll
i. Watt W. Walline, Jo*, li
New codon is begining to como in, one
bale lots, A ni brose a ot I ll en ry Neighbors |
solil the second ot' the season on the !?8tll I
Although tho pri?es a re low the Tanners '
ure in good spirits, and expect a bolter |
year than the last.
('.<". Hailey A Uro., have sold ont their
store hereto Mr. Kobi. L. Dalley, who
will connect bis bus!ness in the same
Messrs Thad ttuniineroll ami K. C.
H ri jr gs. Im\ o returned from their t rip to
murk? i und are opening ont a new stock
Kiumctt Little nod Joo Franklin,loll
on Monday for florida, whcro they ex
peel to i mike their future homo,
T!ie entertainment given last wee!: hv
Hw Ladles' Abi Society ol' the PH ibyte
rian <'Inneb netted about thirty dollars
and lots of fun.
Pour mw (di I ld ron have been added to
thcTumily at ibo Thornwell Urphuuage
within tin- past moni ii.
The last stone w ill be laid in the w alls
of (In- flinton College, before tho lies I
issue of the Advertiser.
Miss Nanni:- ?'. Young 1 (IS ju-I re
lui ned from spondinu her summer vaca
tion! with lier anni, M rn. Wallace, in obi
Mecklenburg i'oiiuty S.V.
The order of the dav with farmers
now, is to HOW oats, \\ hjeli i hoy ure able
to purchase nt sixty cents per bush? I.
Ml', t'. K. Hale, lias just brollglll ill a
uleo lot of Kentucky horses, w hieb be is
oller lng lu- walo cheap.
Your i'linton corro.spondeut ls rather
afraid of touching up your vanity, or be
would tell you bow the A hy Kier latin ls
spoken ol' ie. I 'linton.
HIGHLAND I IO UL.
Wild J Kl. M.
'.'at hering tho crop luis now begun in
earnest. . mr fanners an- buoyani, w ?tb
plenty of green peas,. corn-Held beans,
potatoes and grapCH to eal.
Mr. i.b. P, Shockley bas purchased
tho eugine owned hy Mr. Yonrgin, ho
having a now one, both parties will ho
ready in a I iw days, to gin for I Ito public.
Wo wish both abundant success.
Mr. Mitchell ls now building on his
plantation, .'near the Bcpol," a neal rea
Ideuce logt Iber wit b all other buildings
necessary to a well improved pince, wo
think, generally, our people, along the
lin-' of ..ur llnilroad have a spirit to Im
prove, their hollies, Wc like it and en
courage seeb feelings.
Il wa- our Ittlppy privilege, a few
nights since, to entertain, in om- rural
manlier, Miss Lout'. Fleming of you r
low p. and M rs. lt USU lb Illing of 1-'!-.rida.
'I'b.-ir presence gr.-ally enhanced the
happiness ol'our (pilot home.
Mr. lt. Itohortson is improving tho
looks and conven lenee, of lito rosfdonco
of Mr. N. L." Harks.lab-, by putting on a
flood rains since our last writing.
Mr. W. A. Pu ti nan ls now doing n nice
poico of work, on tho roaidoneo of s. .1.
Bryson, Mr. I', is rising in Ids profes
sion. We llopo, ere loilg, lo see billi < II
gago in it exclusively.
AV AT Lit LOO.
Miss M AMU: M I MS does not- belong to
the "string band" as reported last week.
Several new bales of cotton in this
The bridge matter bus been settled, j
Kelwin Parker, colored, will soon have
a good brplgi oom plc tot 1,
A guano and cotton seod warehouse
is b.-ing erected. Largo quantities of
seed ill bo shipped from lier.- this fall.
Lumber is ban! to get in Waterloo.
Se-, eral t ar loads arc looked for soon.
"Claud" saes the past week was a
w eek long lo be remembered with him.
Mr. J. T. Harris will run two gins
in his gin bouse this Fall,
Mr b. H. Whalley ls opening a general
stock. Trade will soon pick up and our
mer bants look fbi a . nod stock this
Smith, Parks .V Co. succeed T. N.
Parks A Co., Mr. I), C. Smith hoing the
new member of the linn. Tiny will
carry groceries and a general Slock.
t m account of nbscneo from home
ibis week, wo have been unable to
gu*, ber tl]* nun li hows.
Oar Lauren8 Namesake.
Wo have \s niched (he Laurens ADV KU- I
TI. i.it from its lirai number to its third, I
and Wo have liover seen a Ul w paper
make a fairer or more promising begin
ning. Thus far, the AoVKHTIHtilt does
Infinite honor to (be new era in Laurens
. -I be new era of railroads and progress,
Tin- A nvKiiTistin is published ?md edited
bv.i.c (darlington. His name carries
w ii b it a splendid impression of South
i 'a roi I na wort ll, Intellect and pat riot ism.
W e w ?sh liiui w .-ll profound. Tho sub
scription pl'h'O of the Laurens AliVKIt
Tianit issl.no a year.--/',V///?7i?7d .I div*-- j
The Lauronsvlllo Ko mn lo Col logo will
hi r> -opened on Monday, (h.* J tl li inst?
\\ .- ar.- ph ased to inform tho citizens
of our County, thal the College odors
better indue, lucius than for several
yours past. Competent touchers are in
charge und every dcpnrtnioul la tho
roughly organ I/.od. 'I he boarding de
partment is well arranged. Tho charges
for both tuition and board are rcnsotiahli .
Wo heartily commend the College to
our friends and tito public, as Worthy of
tb.-ir patronage and support.
S. R, Ti ?DI),
I li.n inan Hoard ofTl'USl ps,
.1. Y. I'M n, Scorotnry.
-A house nindc Of beaten gobi
was a bridal gift in Loudon re
cently. Whonover one touches a
secret spring, ;t door of emembi,
niul diamonds would open mal
(hore could bo seen within a Ano
portrait. Mlle. Do Bravura, who
was married to Mr. stanhope, was
the roo i pie nt of tho gin.
- By order of the Czar, the May
or td" the city of Higa stud the may*
OL' Of tho COlintry Ronl have been
dismissed from oilier lor objecting
lo the use of (ho Russian tongue as
I he oil nd al le n gu a gc td' (he count ry
as HOOCH tty. ordorod hy the impe
rial edict. The edict was (limed
mainly nt the growing USO of (?or
inan in the frontier commercial
-The corn crop of the South will
this year be about 6A,000,'000 bushels
moro than Inst year, or M>K,OOII ono
bushels against 4118,006,000 bushel-,
for IHSl-rby far the largest crop
over produced in the South. -
-A new grain, a hybrid lajtwoen
wheat and rye, hus just been pr.>
ducud. The public will a, wa lt with
no Minali degree of Interest to soe
thc kind of Whiskey il will make.
-\\ lilla ni Toil Henderson, Jr.,
died at Ct ir?.icu',i on A.ugn it W a/Jer
au Hines , of n day. Ile was ,?i
yoting niau ul bi;di ?hnracler,
.-. ? -' . ' ' ' " -
-The luttwt edition to the tole
phone is a little instrument cullen
tho antiphon?', which lg the Inven?
tion of a < forman, t'nptain Plessnor,
of stuttgart, lt ls tautened to the
eur und servos to counteraet thc?
unpleasant and ol' I nj ur iou I nil u
euee which Intonso noises or soutien
have 011 the nerves of the ear.
-The Philadelphia -Innrer, Doin
iniek McCaffrey, who caine so nour
whipping Sullivan in Cincinnati
last Saturday night, is being lion
ized in Ure Quaker City, ll?' will
probably meei the Boston terror
with bare knuckcls and light to .:
-The Salvation Arn y is thront
eiied with prosecution in Hosten
for profanity hoeauso ii gl von "three
ol toe ra for Jesus."
BUSINESS COC A I.s.
Fin.- Met tu Mic Cullins of all sizes
al ll. lb Il U NT KR'S
Walnut, Ced.M- and Rosewood
Hurlai Cases it H. li. I h vn:iC>.
T?ie Host North? rn Apples ever
brought ti> tiii.- market ('heap tit
C. M . COMPTON A- C< ).
Large fut Mackerel, Just rec'd
und musl be Sold hy
C. M. <'OM PTON ? CO,
Collins fro h i $2,00 lo $200.00 nt
H. P>. HUNTER'S.
All persons indehted t.. W. L.
lloyd anil W. L. lloyd ? CO., either
hy note or account, uro earnestly
rc<|UCStod to -ettie same by Novem
ber l-l, and -ave eosl as wo aro
cont pol led tO'i'iilse molloy to carry
NV. L. lb IY.DA CO.
Sept. 0, '8.1 tl 2m
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU UT OK COMMON" PLEAS.
J. NV. Copeland Af??., ]
Plaint Urn [
against \ Korcolosuro,
Agues.). Heliums, et. al.,
Pursuant to order of sa!.. tn the
above stilted ease, 1 will soil at
public outcry, at Laurens, C. H., on
Salesday lu October next, being;
Monday, tho 5th day of tho month,
tho following described property,
to wit :
All that property lying, being
and situate in tho County nod
state a forest! hi, containing; Ono
hundred and fifty eight acres, more
or loss, and bounded by hinds of
M. Teague, John Walkerand others.
Terms: Ono half of the purchase
molloy to ho paid cash, and the
balance on a credit of twelve
months, with Interest from the
day of sale, secured by the bmul of
tho purchaser, anda mortgage of
tho promises. The pun baser to pay
C. 1). L1ARKSDALI0,
Master, b. c.
Sept. ?) I ss", !l lt
All persons indebted to ibo linns
of lloyd Uros, and lloyd, Uros. &
Henry, must make immediate pay
ment, ns tbi? l?state of .Ins. M. lloyd
will 1)0 settled 111 Oltleo of .Judge Of
Probate, on Mb of Oct. next.
YY. L. IK > Y 1 >, F.x'r.
Sept Otll, (1 ot
I am ngoiit for Hie following
M A CHINE KY.
Cnll for clretiliivs A*e. Eclipse Engines,
Saw Mills. Sop: ntor?, Olnfl fcc. Ora In Drill .1
Hay Raker,. Tan Milla, Feed Cutiera,. Also
agent for ibo Celebrated Cox & Markly
Wagons. Cl KO. li. ANDERSON,
Caii rena cu.. s. < '. 1 mo
! A X US!
OPPIOE COI N rv TIM: VSCHKUJ
I.AIUI.NS i'or.NT v. Aro. ifcl, INS.,. ?
I NV I Lf/nt tend al th" following named
ptacos, for tho collection of Tuxes for
Laurenn County, tor tb?1 fiscal year
COmuiCUchlg No ven i lier t be 1, 188-1, as bil
October 1st, flt UonOhoro, in Jacks
Tow nsldp, li oiii lu n m to 2 p m.
October 2d, al Vancd's st oro, in Ja. ks
Tow re bip, from bi a tu to 2 p m.
del ?ber ?kl, at OoldYlllo, H tint-r Tovvn
slilp, from lo a m io 2 p m.
October fit li und ftth, al Laurena C. |L,
front tu a m tb a p m.
Oelohbr 7thi at Waterloo. In Waterloo
Township, foont lo a m to a p ni,
Oi-toberstb, nlOrnss HUI,Inf (ross HUI,
Tow usiiip, from i' ft m io i p m.
OetohcrUtli, at Spring Orovo, In UroSH
Hilt Tow nsbip 11 otu '.* a in to 1 p io.
October loib, at Clinton, bi Hunter
Tow nsbip, from le a ni to | p m.
October 12th. at Tylersville, in Neiilllc
tow'ii Townsiiip, from 10 ii m lo 3p ni.
October l.'HIl, (lt Young's i? ore, Young's
Township, front l? n m to ap m.
October I Kb, al Parson's Store, Young's
Township,front 10 ft m to8pm.
October i .tb at ??r?en PoiidChurch,In
Dial's Tow n sb I p. from 10 a in to .1 p ni.
October Ililli, at Dial'sCh?rcll,111 Dial's
Tow nsiiip, from Kl n in to :i p tn.
Octohor 1 vt!?, at Tumbling Shoals, in
RUUI VS V Tow nsbip, from Ki a ni to \> III.
October 1Mb, ?1 Urew erlon, In Sullivan
Township, from w a m to 1 p m.
October lSl.b. at Da.nlol's ^tOffli in Wa
terloo Tow nnblp- from I p m too p m.
t ?11 anti after Hie Intb, tho TretiHurer'n
[Mibe will be open nt Lauren* C. H.,
Tor Hie < ollectloii of Taxes, ti 11 Novem
ber 90, PW).
The Tax l.ovy f?>r 1.1111 reu?County,Ihr
lifo tlsiciil Year'commencing November
I OT issi, is UH rollowa;
Ni ale Tax mi UH on every (lol I nr.
? '..nilly Tax 'A mills on cv erv ?lolhir.
1;..ilroad Tax VX milln on evett tloflnr.
Kebeol Tax 2 mills on every dollar.
Tbe Poll Tax extends from 21 to 0?
years Af age.
J. IL COPELAND,
< 'ol NTV TUKAAl/KKII,
_. <?._. w
On Monday next, tho Tili
our Grocer)' Department, ;i coi
DRY GOODS, CL
which were selected in person
test designs, <>f Nobby Snitin
Look each week for our
W R take this method nf inform
ing our friends timi wc have bought
one nf the Fjftr(/ent and lieut as
sorted (Jonerai stoc k over brought
to this market, consisting of Hag
ging and Ties, Seed-Oats, Sugar,
( ?otl'oe, Molasses, of different grados,
and ?1 variety of shelf goods; also,
ati extensive line of Staple Dry
(tends, Clothing, lints, Caps and
an Elegant Stock of Hoots and
Wc uti* also agents for thc Old
Hickory Wagon, and keep a good
asortment of Harness, with ninny
other articles not mentioned, all of
which wo will sell at a wry (dose
A,H. MA MTX. L. S. PUMiBR,
Dr. W. H. BALL,
OK KICK OVKH W11 ,K US' KOOK AND
Otllco lays Mondays and Tuesdays.
LAUItKNS c. lt., s. c.
All persons having claims agains
the Kstate ?d' William Lindsay,
deceased, are required to present
them, properly attested, t<> tho un
dersigned, al Iii - ellice al Laurens,
c. H., on or liefere the 1st day of
October next, <>r they will be
G. W. SHELL, c . c. v. i\
Sept. !>, lss.-, 0 81 *
By buying your Drugs and Med
icines, Kino ('?dogues, Paper and
Envelopes, M?morandum Rooks,
huco Powders, Tooth Powders,
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Sha
ving Brushes, Whisk Brushes,
Blacking, Brushoa Blacking,Toilet
find Laundry Soups, Tea, spice,
Pepper, Ginger, Lamps and Lan
tern*, Cigars, Tobacco and Snit IT,
Diamond Dyes, and other articles
too numerous t<> mention, at the
M:\V DRUG STORK.
Also Pure Wines and Liquors, for
No trouble to show goods,
B. P. POSE* A BRO.,
I, A U II E N 8 C. II., s. c.
August 5,,188.5 1 ly
Red Rust-Proof Oats,
For Sal* by
W. AV. JONES.
I.AI IIKNS C. H., S.C.
August .!(>, 1 If
<ii Sci>ilimber, we will open Lu
nplctc New Stock of
OTHING, HATS, !
, in tlio ].!;:> ?. cn i Markets, for
gs :m<l Stylish V\\>.
catalogue "i' HOT-SIIOT P1U'
1 have on hand ?1 Lot of FINK
and HOSEWOOD BURIAL CAS Ir
Cheap Cotilos from $5.00 upwards.
gjt?~ Hearse furnished on all oeei
- DUALEH IX -
Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry, S))t'<-tack's, Ac.
tW REPA] HIM; A SPECIALTY.
fj?f~.\\\ work (01 a ran teed. j&
LA I R R N S CIL, S.C.
Sept. -, Wi fl lin
LAURENS C. H.,S, C.
Aligns! 5, ls
Wc arc scllin;:- tllO (iullctl
Mngn ol in Gin : m < 1 Condenser,
IA" rsl prize taken ul tlio Now
( Means IC.xpositipIL
Sam]?lo (?in <?n liaiul at Mic
i?nvi), PLUSS & CO,
Aug. ?, 1885 1 li.
A da ;ii s & Curtis
Would respect fa Hy in form the
public that they arc prepared to
HA UN ESS,
and everything tn ho found In ft
flrst-e'aSS Harness and Saddle Store.
Sails,notion guarnteed both ?s fo
quality of work and pri?es.
REPAIRING! A SPECIALTY.
Also dealers In bent Cincinnati
Hughies und Cirriages,
LAURENS, S. C.
August ">, t?M t <*>in
,. B 1
Fowler's Block, sf-jKinitu from
I00TS & SHOES,
?UH- special Irado. All of la?
METALLIC, CEDAR, WALNUT
;s ;i ntl CASKETS, also, a Lot of
isions at small price.
B. IL HUNTER.
G BOOERIE S.
\Ye liavc on 1 ianil
M< Hi ASSES,
nnd everything to ho lound Ina
First-Class drocery Store.
Ilottoni Prices for (Utah.
RST Trnynhnni A Dial's Ked 1
J. M. MURFF,
1. A U li IONS, S. C.
Align 1 \ I $?'3 I TT
Wc keep constantly <>n band '
?i l ull lino of Hardware, Agri
cultural Implements, Paints and
Call and sec us before buy?
mg, and wv can convince you
that we will sell goods as cheap
ns I hey cnn be bought elsewhere, ,
\V. L. BOYD ?L CO.
August .">, l .'hu
M VONOL1A I? A s s i : N <; K 1ft
it O ll T E,
(J. L. .mel G.
A. anil K., and P. K. and A.
m.ci-: TIMi: OOINO SOUTH.
1 ,i ll Vi
I .on Vi
1 i ave
? .<\ (
A rr iv
. \S*? ?. H 11 u ft'
1 .on ens
i High Point
. ( 'oroii'ncn
. < ; roon wood,
. < . monti oo
\ llgUSl ll
( 'lnirli H' on
a Cort Royal
o Sa\ annuli
0 .! rte Kaon vi Ho
'7.50 a in
8.22 a in
8.52 a ni
(1.9g a ni
lo.io u in
10..U a in
11.07 n ni
2.00 p nt
~.i*> p li.
a ni ?10.00 p m
p m 7.00 a in
11,20 a ni
0.00 p lil
QM p rh
0.20 p m
7.00 p ni
0.15 a m
Leave Jackson vlllo
I ?cavo Savannah
i,< nvc Port Royal i
Lon vc Beaufort
Arrlv" A ugnsla
Arrive < ? roonWond
i .cavo < ; rconwoou
Arrive i 'oronaca
A i ri vc Wat' .' OO
Arrive High l'oint
Arrive < ?ra
Arrive VV.ii nil
?2.W a m
7.tHi p in
.s.50 n m
0.55 s m
7.00 s m
7..Vi S m
7.47 s m
1 ..V? p xi
.8.20 p ni
0.10 s ni
*0.15 ? m
2.00 p m
2.28 p m
.1.01 p tn
2.? p m
4.0* p m
?Daily. Cortnoctlon? ruade at Or iv
woo?! n> toni nom points on <'ol um h 4S
Tiekets on salent Lauren?? to ?ll pol ts
nt through into?. H*g?rAK* checked i
F. T. CHARLTON, O. P. A.
J. N. LASS, Sup'L, Augusta,