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ft LAURENS, SEPT. 80th, 1H8?.
Thc ttpiscopttl ('lunch ?it this place is
ti udor going repairs.
Died ou (he'Jilli inst., near Mountain
?Shoals, Mis. C. AI. Flt AN UH?
See advertisement of .Assignee's Sale
at Waterloo, in I his issue.
Mr. lt. F. Fi.KM i NO'S brick holme, on
Harper Street, is heilig painted.
Wc aro sorry to learn that .Major J. 11.
Mt?LlU'AH is quite sick at (Renn Springs.
Rev. P. H. lt KI n, of Woodron", preached
In the Prosbyterian Church hore, last
SpartanliUI'g lias organized a Hoard of
trade. Mr. (Ino. OOKIKI.D was elected
Un loss some (hin g happens very soo
We will have to borrow from imagina
tion for locals.
The c., I* A s- la now In full operation,
thc Ural through trip having hoon made
tm Tuesday hist.
"Wc regret that several lotter.: I >n
our "County Correspondents" fail "?
conic in on (line this w c? k.
We are Indebted t<> Dr. A. lt. Sui
of Corning, Tex., for valuable copies
thc (Hobe Democrat and th? If "A */>.
Thc loudest (liing we have yet mulei
taken is to semi this paper to all Bilb
Kcrlbers without making a mistake.
Hov. J. Y. FA in attended thc Synod of
thc Associ?t?' Reform Presbyterian
Church, which mot nt Duo West on tho
Thero sro82 students unrolled in the
Female College, an Incronso of 17 aluce
the day of opening. Several others will
The now hotel ls steadily growing up
ward. Wc notice that the brick ami
mortar is carried lo thc third lloor by
means of a mule and pulley.
Miss Ros.% FOCCIIK, one of the loach
ern in the Female Collogo, was sum
moned home on Sunday, on account of
the .serious illness of her sister.
Mr. JOHN 1). Sil ll All AN has placed a
mammoth sign over bis two stores in
Fowler's lllock, and gives astonishingly
low prices in tills issue of the Anvmc
Rev. J. I>. Knill ii HAP, th?? KvnngeliM,
who has boen preaching In ibis State
for Homo tinto, has neeoptotl a cull from
thc First Presbyterian ('lundi of Mont
Mr. (!I.A7.I:NKII, tim Photographer,
would inform thc public (hut he will he
absent during the next week, lb'Iel!
on Atomlay for PickotlH, w herc he is visit
ing his family.
Drs. MCCOY, Tol?n and DIAL perform
ed an operation a few days ago, willoh
IK Midd to bo among tim most di tildi lt
known to thc profession. The patient is
Between thirty and thirty-five ticket?
to Kpnrtaitbui g and return (?vcr tho new
Railroad, were void at this point on
Sunday last. The schedule allows only
one hour in tho city, and consequently
Korora] of thc boys "got left."
Mr. Ii. ti. RAI.I.K lias just returned
from tho Northern markets, where he
bas bought an elegant stock of faiiey
groceries, Confectioneries, iVC, Having
disposed of their entire stock a short
timo since, all tho goods now on limul
arc fresh, and you may depend upon
getting full value for ymir money nt
L. ti. llAi.i.i; A ( 'o's.
In another column will bo found an
nddresH lo tho Lisbon l'armai s' club by
Col. A. P, lld'!.Kit, which he was pre
vented from delivering in person by
?lek ness in lils family, lt contains much
Interesting matter of a practical nature,
in regard to fertilizers, and also an ac
count of thc work accomplished by the
Ik'iM*rtmcnt of Agriculture.
We learn that on Friday afternoon as
Mr. A. V. Klelielborger wasgolngliomo,
carrying n doublo-barrel shot gun which
ives very heavily loaded, and wishing
lo disci.arge the load, he pointed thc gull
ul a billie oak tree and tired. Part of Un
load struck the side of the lice and
glanced in thc direction of Mr. (i. W,
COIIOKT'H residence. It broke ll rough
a glass w indow sud buried
?vail within a few inches of Mis - i
CoRMtT. From tills narrow
learn another lesson Ile ?. ?
Thc Council are hauling rock prepara
tory to macadamizing the street leading
.to the new depot.
Mr. Mc. H. Fowi.nu in clerking for
M AtiTirt A Kt!M.Kit,
Mr. CHAUI.II. Mi mts is clerking for
Messrs. MINTKK A J A MI ?HON j
Mr. W. I,. MKMIIUKK, of Crom Atiobor,
is clerking for Hie Cash Co.
The Spartauburg Heraldcomos to us
this week in a new dress. Thc typo is
new and tho paper neatly printed.
Tho Honen Path PlatndeaUt ims been
greatly enlarged. It comes, ?mt now a
An Augusta Fallare.
The well-known linn of .JOHN. M.
ACI.AIIK A HONS, (lour imintnVturcrs, of
Augusta, Cn., made sn HSfgnment on
tho 21th inst. Uabllltles ?po.eon. AH
Hfts unknown, but suppoaciito be sufn
eltuit to cover liabilities. j
Hie First Effort.
Mr. C. .1. Ilt'NT, who WM'S iduiil. d to
tho liar at the last term of thc Supreme
Court, made his flrfit speech ii, the Cir
cuit Court on Thursday, 1 fi defence of
Jons HVNSON, who was t|led for mur
der. Though the evidence'?ss against
his client, he left no stone Unturned itpd
made n splendid iinpre<#j,,n on nil
Mr. H.S. M< KIM.KV ami ?nilly have
mored in ck to tow n.
If lr, C. ii th Witt han mqScd into the
Bradford Mouse, near til'
Mr. W. ft. Fit A N KS ha
one of thc MCCOWAN HO
' Mr. MAC HIUOI.I: has m
rrceiitlv llnishfd dwcllhi
ti., t.. A S?
es, on ban
ed Into his
Mr?. MAIIY N. FAIR, wife of WILLIAM
KAIH,of Newberry, dlod nt tho residence
ol* Dr. JOHN A. HAHKSOALK, on tho -Jd
tust. lier remains weiro carried to New
borry on thoSShl for lut'ormoMt.
Tuc deceased bad lioon ?lei for nonio
tim?' id home, but had improved some
what after visiting this pince, hut w as
tinnily overcome by the fatal disease und
passed quietly into eternity on Tuesday
morning. Many friends and relatives,
as WOll as a bereaved husband and live
children remain to mourn her loss.
Col. JAS. A. llov?-, of tin- Havti*( Con
ricr, was in town one day last weet;.
Mr. VA'. W. TAYLOR, agent of the AVffvi
ami (Jouricr, visited our town lu the in
terest of that excellent paper, during
Also, we notice Dev. A. W. Mooni
of the Uf?)tlcntti'i/i who has been can
vassing in tlic County. Mr. Moolta
is well known in this part of (In
State and we are glad to barn that our
peoplo appreciate his paper.
Lynching hr Laurens.
on Krlday night about ten o'clock tin
town bi ll was dilled, as it signal that
something out of the ordinary course of
"wilts luid transpired. Kveryono ailN
iously nwaitod the light ol' day to dis
IOHO tho nefarious work, (in Saturday
morning tho facts were brought to light
ben six liahies, (wooden dnlt-biihles)
v oro soon suspended by thc nock from
' io top of the sealVold around tin- mw
Hotel. These hallies arc the properly ol'
h. A. CiiANroitn, and havel.u exhibit
ed -m our streets for several tiny*. Kor '
len cents you arc allowed to throw three
times at tho hahtcx and if you bit, yon
get the worth of your money in cigars.
No elm- to the perpetrators. Hoys
w ill bc boys, von know.
Two Papers for tho Price of One.
The AOVKltTISKIt has reeotvod on
all sides the hearty support of tin- peo
ple Two months of its existence have
passed and wc can now show iiHIlbscrip
tion list equal to the average county pu
pers of this Stale. Its stock bas in
creased one hundred tier cent. No pains
will l?e spared in order to make it .-? good
County l'a per, with all the leading news
Of thc day in a condensed form. At the
low price of one dollar, no family can af
ford to bc without it.
Persons who desire to subscribo to thc
Augusta ('lirttniclr, a twelve-page week
ly, ns good as any in thc land, can ?hi so
ct low ligures.
We will send the AnVKIITIHKn and
the C'hruttirh' one year for $2.00. Koch
of these [tapers is wort b the money we
ask for the two.
Tho La'.irona bans .
There is now no doubt as to there be
ing a Hank at this place, lt is a cer
tainty. At the next meeting of tho Leg
islature application will be made fora
charter, and in Januar'.- next, Mr. M. S.
HAU.KY will begin operations. The
capital stock will be f7'>,O00. It is need
less io add anything as to the
benefits the County will derive from
such an on ter prise. With our growing
town, numerous railroads, excellent
cotton market, sud nattering prospects
generally, a Hank at Laurens seems to
bc an absolute necessity, Cutler the
management of Mr. UAH,KY, WC uro
hide in predicting, not only that it w ill
provo lo be a paying institution, but
it w ill do more for t he town and county
than any enterprise that could be men
During this Term of the Court of Ses
sions lin- following cases were disposed
The State rx. WM. foi. i. INS, charged
with arson, which resit Hot I at thc last
Term in a mistrial, was acquitted.
Al.K DKAN,charged with killing MACK
ltvito, was acquitted.
Thc cases against MAX ZAKKK and
JOHN D. RU KA HAN, charged wiib retail
ing liquor without license, were contin
JOHN HKNSON, charged w ith thc mur
der of Hom: ter Uv un, both colored, was
convicted of murder but recommended
to the morey of the Court.
on Friday morning Judge WITH KU
SPOON passed the sentence of death upon
him, and unless the (loVOI'llor interferes
ho will be "hanged by the nock" wu thc
.JOth day of November next.
Thc Juries were allow ed to go honit
on Thursday evening but returned on
Monday, When the Jury cases on thc
civil sides of tho Court wen commenced.
Mr. J. It. M i .NI KU, of Sed al i a, I'noln
County, was in town last week,
Miss HonTRNSK Woi.IT has returned
from a visit to lionet Catii ami Knsloy.
N. S. il A u ms, Jr., returned to tho Cit
?t I ol Academy In Charleston yesterday,
M ?ts ANNIR SIMPSON, who has been
spending the Hummer as (Jlonu Springs,
returned homo on Saturday.
Mr. Jons M. Ci.AUK ami w ile, of Au
gusta, were registered at tin- M.-Cants*
Hotel on Monday,
Mr. mid Mrs. W. W. SIMPSON, ol'
Woodruff, Visited relatives ami friends
iii (own last week.
Miss Ct t lt it ! K W li 11 KS I OKS, of Inion,
.who has been spending several weeks
with her sister, Mrs. SPAHLS, has re
Messrs. J . F. J. CAI.OWKI.I, ami J.vo.
H. JON KS, of Newberry, and J.e. ll AS
KKM., of Columbia, Mr. W. C. HK.NC.I-, of
of Abbeville, Col. JOHN ("CNN INOII A.M.
of Charleston, mid Mr. S. J. SIMPSON, of
Hpartnnburg, are visiting members of
the Dur in sttendsiiee upon Court.
POWER 1?. O.
fl* J, fl. Curry is busily engaged ma
king sorghum molasses.
September gales have commenced In
earnest, which ls lind on cotton in (he
Ibhl I hat is open ami has no! h. icu pick ci I.
Mr. J. A. Iltirdott's child has been
very sick v.ith pneumonia, but is now
Corn generally good as good UH thc
land and tho amount pf work ti hus re
ceived ,-an make it. There will he bread,
and bread ht spare.
Mart MeCollcy nutt Davie Sloiltlnnl,
J r., are thinning qui the opossums i a
hurry. They caught twenty-seven last
week, and still continue hunting.
Cotton picking hus commenced in
earnest, but iw not going to bo as groat a
job a H waa t\t ono tinto anticipated by
the fanner. Cotton in this section is
not any better than it waa lust year, and
in some ?daces, not ns good.
Hiram M abu flo y of filckvillCi lois just
returned from ii trip to Texas, whore he
has boon to look Iiiin out a future Imme,
and is visiting a friend nt Pow er's Shop.
Ile gives a glowing account of Texan
and specks ol' starting back shortly.
Soino persons went seining :i few
nights ugo in the earp pond of W. I'..
Stoddard, l\s<p I le docs not think they
cnn gb I any of his largo earp, bul thinks
that they caught some ol' his Spring
Kev. A. \V. Moore has boon traveling
through this count ry canvassing in Hie
interest ?d' his paper, the ' 'entcnttrt/. We
are Korrv to bear that an accident hap
pened to hint, which caine near being H
lala! one. While Kitting in his buggy at
the gide of Jainon Taylor, a culfearne
running down tho road and his mule ho
eiuuo frightened, and*turning round in
the road turned the buggy over and run ?
some distance after throwing Mr. Moor" '
out. The buggy was literally demolish- ?
ed. Mr. Mooro was md bullly hurl.
IThcse tteitis were Intended for Inst
week, but v i rc unavoidably kepi from
Wo luid a line rain oft Sunday mid
Monday. 20th and 21st.
Cullen is still opening ami picking is
progressing rupld ly. A short crop will
. 'apt. Y..J. Culbertson will have the
irin ci McDaniel's Mil! ready for -?in
ning by Monday, Ibo 27th.
Furniers aro hoiiHlng more rag-weeds
and hay this year than we have ever
known in this section, which is one step
tow .o ds a (diange in farming.
Kev. j. A. Marti: baptized thirty '.'nee
converts ut Union Church on the PU h
Imitant. Tho ordinance wes adminis
tered before one of t lie largest cole.. r< ca
tions we o\ er saw present on sm li nu
We Were invited to attend Hie closing
exercises of Prof. .1. \. Madden's school,
which closed on Wednesday last. Wo
aro sorry we could not atloild, as we
foll sure of spending the Hine piensan Hy,
for Mr. Maddon known how to close a
school pleasantly, as well HS t>? teach
Mr. .1. II. Wharton H'ill nev cotton
here this fall.
* '. l.c white rat and medicine man waa
in tow n Saturday.
Kr. .1. \V. Kennedy and Mr. Smith
heve pet up extra shelving to make
room for now goods.
Waterloo merchants complain cf high
freights, yet ibey are plucky ami go
ahead in the world. Trade is increasing
Capt. .las. Iludgens foll from a wngon
1 last Saturday and a bale ol' cotton fell
on bim, lui! fortunad Iv h.- was md no
] Thc protracted meeting nt Tip Top
I bas been at tended by the young people
of Waterloo, who report a good time.
Wc hope so.
W. II. Wharton .V Co. open in .1. T. :
I Harris' new brick ?torc tills week. Mr.
Wharton will buy colton, and we pre
dict for them a large trade.
More law le .MI, ss In Waterloo, as thc
citizens have decided that thc next time
Sherill' Halb v comes tot?.wu be is to ho
arrested ami held for trial on liisguitar.
! Delegates tn the Presbytery at Cross
HUI enlivened our st reels Ingoing ami
coming. We bad boped to hear Sun
day's Hermon, bul il was Impossible for
US (0 lllteml. Waterloo hopes to cute;
tain Diem before ninny yeas.i.
Presentment ol'thc Grand Jury. I
Tu thc Hun. I. I). WU liv i's poon, Prc
m'tlt'itf/ Judye ut thc fir ?tte tuber
Term ni i'mirt. for [Muren* Couti
The (?rand dury having com
pleted their duties for (bis Torin of
Court would submit the following
present incut :
As far as time would porm i I
they have carefully examined thc
Office of the Auditin-, thc Clerk, the
Judge of Probate, the Sherill', tb:
School Conni ii-si< mer, the Troasu
rer ?uni County Commissioner*.
They lind (bc books and papers be
longing to euell of these riftlci S
plainly and neatly kept. They
lind the mode of conducting lund
ne--, in these ofllt'OM almplo and of
easy understanding, and all their
arrangements and appointments
well adapted to the convenience of
the public. They lind the Clerk's
ofllctvInsufficient for (be business
accumul?t lng therein, ?iud I bey i
recommend that it lie enlarged by
adding thereto thc ofllcc formerly ?
occupied by Trial Justice Miller.
This can bo done by connecting ibo
two rooms by means of a Hill table
door. They recommend that the
added room be HU pp) lcd with nec
t'Hsary furniture and conveniences;.
They lind the ofliee ol' the School
Commissioner smoked beeaii-o of tl
defective atuvo, pip''. They ri com
mend that this receive immediate
They find that the County jail ls
not kept with that 11 eat ness neces
sary to the health mid comfort of
the prisoners. The rooms need
cleaning and the walls need w bit
washing. They timi t l'hit thepriy
oners are in w ant of some llOCCfl i
tics in the several cells-such ns
niattresseses or matting anti blan
kets. In nil other respects . the
management of the.?ail la satisfac
tory. They recommend that the
deficiencies name I receive Imme
diate attention. The repairs on
the building recoin unaided by the
(Irnnd Jury at the bed Terni of
Court have been fiiade. They lind
the building in good condition witli
tho exception of the flooring in the
.second story-this they find too
open. They recoin mend Hirtt thia
flooring rOCCIv? attention and that
it be properly closed.
Hy committee I bey have visited
the County Poor House und find
the condition of tho inmutes much
improved under the ellh h nt ni:>n
ngomont of tho present Board of
County Commissioners. They find
eight inmates nil of whom ave well
and properly caret! for.
They have examined tim book H
of Trial Justices Miller, Henderson,
Copeland, lil Huon and Stoddard,
and lind them ail properly and or
derly kept. They regret to inform
the Court that tin* other Trial Jus
tices of thc County have not pre
sented their books during the year
As to the Public Hoads, the (?rand
Jury timi (hem generally in better,
condition than formerly} Mill, there
is some complaint from certain
secdions of the County. This com
plaint arises, in the opinion of the
(?rand .Jury, wholly from the incfll
eioney of certain township super
They timi much complaint made
of the Hallway crossings of the
public roads. These crossings are
defective, and in some instances
troublesome, if nol dangerous to
vehicles. At the crossings of the
streets in tho town of Laurens, they
are informed that the streets are
often blocked with -landing trains,
mid travelers have boen compelled
to await t lie plea -aire of trains for
thirty minutos or mure.
They recommehd that these pub
lic troubles roc* r\e such attention
a- the law proviiles.
In conclusion they would express
their thanks to your Honor for Un
kind Courtesy and constant aid ex
tended to them In the discharge of
l heir dut les
All nf which ls respectfully sub
NY. A. SH ANDS,
m SIN I-?SS LOCALS.
Fredi Lemons, Cocoa nu ts, Cab
bages, Northern Apples, Lammas,
Irish Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes,
Ked Onions, While Heans, ?O., ive,
and don't forget the "Nominee"
J. ll. COO I* KR A CO.
Never So Cheap Before.
A complete set of single-harness,
flood Material; New; for only
?7.50. ADAMS ?V- CURTIS.
NoW is the time to buy a nice
set of Harness. ( Inly ?7..r>i?, ut
ADA MS A Ol' UT IS.
fio to ADAMS & CURTIS be
fore they sell out their $7.50 Har
ness; the best ever sold for thc
$15.00 Harness for $7.50at Adams
<V Curtis. Only a few Sets left.
Red Rust-Proof Oats,
For Sale hy
\V. W. JON KS.
L Vl'KKXS c. IL; S. c.
August -.>, l tf
Special . Notice.
All persons indebted to \V. L.
lloyd and \Y. L. Loyd ? Co., cit hel
by leite or account, are earnestly
requested to set Ile same by Novem
ber 1st, and .-.ave cost as we are
compelled lo raise money to carry
W. L. HO YD A co.
Sept. i>, '85 0 2m
f"Mffi?N8G, H., S. C.
August i ??a i tf
DKALKR I N
Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry, Spectacles, Sic.
jMp^HftPAiRlXU A NPKCIAI.TY.
#fiT" All work O un ran teed. ^Jfdt
LA V H I" N S, C. IL, S.C.
Sept. i?, '80 5 lin
Wo have on hand
ll A MS,
CO F PK l i,
and everything to ho found ina
First-Class (Jrocery Store.
Hottom Prices for Cash.
gJ?T Tra vu ha m A Dial's Ped
J. M. M UR FF,
LA (JU ENS, S. C.
August 5, 1885 1 tf
Sent scattering- over
furnishes additional evi
creased amount of our ss
WY have our ordnances full <>f nt
<? p?->. Morillo Coupure, wurdi 7"
20 pru. Persian Novo!tics ni 22?c., \\
IQploes Admires ut 22?c., in Bluck,
wlicrc for not than 1er. o piree;
; IO pie.TS Sh.MMl-i 1 )ei,;1
Wo ure also handling a pretty i.
Ooods, A line lot nf Y nek I itt eon ai
U. P. Ala Siren, tho Celebra tot
T? elose oui lol of Hats rind Ca
.je por i-i ni. le?? thai
How ls this? 12 HRIG1ITON <>
- I M A USA I i
H L HAK i KY'S >:;.( I) SHOK !s, within
A N KW li< >T OF LA OM
IN CL? rpi 11 NI ;
No hiuii prices nor luimlui cgcry In
mighty dollar, is our plan of business,
result will be right.
FU LL ICR.
WK tako.this method of inform- !
ing our friiMulH that .wo have bought
one of tho L?rm s! nod IU'*t ?is-!
sorted (louerai Ntoek ever brought 1
to this inurkot, consisting <>r Hag
ging .-nu! Ties, Heed-Oats, Sugar, I
Coffee, Molasses, of dUferent grades, i
and a variety "I" shelf goods; riso, ?
un extensive lin?' of Staple Dry
doods, Clothing, Hats, Cap-, and
un Klegant Stuck of Hoot.s and j
We ure also agents for the < >M |
Hickory Wagon, und keepit good
usortment of Harness, with ninny
other articles not mentioned, all <>t*
which WO will sel! st a Vt't'if close
A. IL MARTIN*, L. S. Fd td,KR,
~T AXE S!~~
? H i n i: i ol M I TllKAHIMIKIt,!
IjAl'llKXH l ui XI V, Aro. I'S, ISS.,, i
I WI LL at tend nt the rollowingmuiied
piners, for Hie rolled ion of 'faxen for
Lin i re n H County, tor the ii*.-al your
commencing N'ovoniber thu I, issi,UH fol
(Irtoher l-t. ;:i Uosehoro, in .leeks
Tow uship, from IO a m lo p m.
(irtoher 2d, nt Vance's 'More, io Jacio.
Township, from If) a m lu -J p m.
( irtoher 'Ul, at ? loki ville, Hunter Tow n
Hhlp, from lo ti m lo2 p m.
< irtoher .">t li and lit li,nt Laurens < '. H.,
from m a m 11> ". i> m.
October 7th, nt Waterloo, in Waterloo
Township, L om In i ni i?> o m.
Ortoher St li, at ( ross 11 ill, in < 'ross I ! ill.
Township, from 0 ti m to i> in.
Octnhnr Olli, at Spring <?rovo, In Cross
Kill Township from H a m io 1 p m.
October mili, at Clinton, in Hunter
Township, from lu a m to I |> m.
t irtoher l-l b, nt Tylorsvlllo, in Kt ulllo
lown TowiiMiilp, from IO a ni to 3 p ni.
( irtober Lilli, at Young's Store, Young's
Township, from D'a m lo Ap m.
October! llb, at I'a rs, m's st or?-, Young's
Tov? nship, fi oin lu n m to ?"> p m.
October 1.r>tb al Oreen Pond Church, In
Phil's Township, from m a m t<>.; p m.
October loth, nt Dial's Church, lu DIUPM
Township. from IO il Ul lo I t> Ul,
Oetobor l7(h, al Tnnibling Shoals, in
Snlliv an Township, fruin IO tl Ul lo I |> m.
October lvth, ai lin werten, in sullivan
Township, from '?> ti m to 1 p in,
Oetobor 18th, nt Daniel's Store, in Wa
terloo Township- from ?t p m to.', p m.
. rn and after tho loth, tho Troasurpr's
Oftire will I... open ai Laurens C. II.,
fm- thc collection of Tuxes, iii! Xovcln
hi r 30, I ss"..
The 'fax Levy for LaureiisConnty, for
lin? ll?lcal voar'roininenring November
1st, issi, ,s*as roi lows!
state Tax fiV$ mills un every dollar.
('unaly'I ax ;i mills on every dollar.
itidlro'ad Tax mills on oveyy dollar.
School 'fax 2 Hilllson o vcr j dollin-.
The l ull T..\ extends from _'l tu 00
vent s of ilgO.
.). II. COPULAND,
(.'ol' SI 'fri: isl'lt Kit.
Sept. 2d, I8S5 5 td
Ai JJ prisons hid el lied to II.
V. & ,1. O, C. Fleming will
piense ral! ami Hettie,
After Jan. Isl, issi'., all lin.
Bottled notos atul accounts will
bc put ki the bands of au Olli
err for rollert ion.
?-t/' It you bavent cot the
money, we will pay liberally
for cotton on account,
Sep. '25, ?80 s ttl.
We keep constantly on band
a full line of Hardware, AgaL
cultural Implement?, Paints anfef
Call and BOC us before buy
ing) anti wc ran eonvinre you
I lint wc wi! I srll goods an rltrap
ns they ran b?boYIghl rlsowlnTe,
W. I, CO.
Augu.-it 1 uni
the county, h?ivo told their tale, and each, day
dence of their good work, ss shown m the in
iirmmttion, timi will continue Um peonies I utile under tin; banner of our
><.. (brown on (lu- Hold a! toe. I prs. Persian Cashmere, cut lo 00c.
Drill in any market ?5c.
HUN NUMBER 2.
li ron zo, Wine, Myrtle ami lillie all bea ut i ful .-oft goods ami sohl every?
* Vi n Cheeks, in (?rey n : ? ? I Brown, hammered down from 2?e. to ldc.
(.....-?s, very stylish . nt 2oe. <">. I Casi linell's fit 25e.
d'Meoteh I'laids, liny Market, Tricot-, Pacifie and Munehestor Dross
nd Enibroydery. Something new in Holts and Satchels, take ti look nt
I Corset, Inclusive Agency, sold hy us at LOO, cost more to
.Jobi? rs cannot tom b HU M: at the money.
I>s, bought ni Hornberger'.-, great Ha. uk rupf Sale, we will sell them nt
a IllUllUtllCtUrei's' price. . All Styles, Sizes ami Simpes.
UILTSnl "oe; worth every nickle of #1.25. 20 CROCHET QUILTS nt
$1.00} Sold regularly for $1.00,
LES SPREADS af ?M.?U; mad - lo sell for $2.00.
it doubt, "a i "boss" of the market. H i- it great -"Her, good, cheap anti
.\s AND (.j EN TS UNDERWEAR Just received on Monday,
mid Sil?)!!.-', we have the liest Hines in Laurens.
V . -
tho goods we li.nulle. Hood goods, fair pruitt?and th? prompt turning
Pul your shining diver where lt will du you tho most good, and tho
TWO STORES, FOWLER BLOCK,
Re-opens Monday, September 14th, 1885.
Fully equipped in nil Departments.
Apply for circulars.
I have ?'?i hand a Lot of FINE METALLIC, CEDAR, WALNUT
and ROSEWOOD HURI Ali CASES and CASKETS, nlfto, u Jx>t of
Cheap Collins from $0.00 upwards.
[ti8?"~ Hearse furnished on all occasions at small price-.
_H. H. HUNTER.
N E W G 0 0 I) S! " "
Tho citizens of [jAiiretis AIHI tl ic suiTouncling country uro
invitcfl to inspect my Stock, wliicli is complete, I>otli in Groceries
and Con feet J ons. (Quality unsurpassed. Full weight guaranteed. Po
lite aUentton to Customers. My motto will he, to Sell FIRST-CLAS8
(foods as Cit H. I /' ns can be sold. Wilson's Crackers and Whitman'*
i ii <. Candy cnn be found at Hall A Simpson's New Store, now occupied
Se;.t. 2G, ISH?.
I mn Agent for thc following
(.'uti for circulars .v.-. Eclipse Kr.fdnos,
Baw Mina, itop&rators, Olin toe. virgin La ii.o
Hay Raker, lan Mills, Feed Cutters,. Also
agont for tho Celebrated Cox ii Marx.ly
Wasons. OHO. li. ANDKHSON.
Lauren if. H., S. C. 4 nw
STATU. OF SOU TH CAROLINA,
i 'Ol'HT OF co.M M"N PLICAS.
.I. NV, Copeland A'Co.. i
against ?- Foreclosure
Agues J, flelbiina, et. al., I .
Pursuant to order of sah- In the
above .-tated case, I will s4>|l 111
public outcry, at Laurens, C. ll.,on
Sale-day in October next, being
Monday, tho 5th ?lay of thc month,
tho following described property,
to wit :
All that tract of Land lying,heilig
and situate in the County and
Slate aforesaid, containing Ono
hundred and fifty eight acres more
or los>, and hounded by lands of
M. Teague, John Walkerand others.
Terms: One half of the purchase
money to bc paid cash, and the
balance on a credit, of twelve
months, with interest from the
day of sale, secured by the bond of
thc purchaser, and a mortgage of
the premia**. The purchaser to pay
C. D. BARKSDALE^
Ma.-ter, u. c.
.Sept. !) 188$ 0 lt
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
f'oMMI'.NCIX'O Sl'Nli.lY SKPTBMnKR C.
I SST), ?a II.4? A. M., Passenger Trains win
nm HM follows, "Kastorn time:"
TO AND FROM CHARLEMTOX.
I-AST (OAII.T.) .
Depart Columbia 74ftnni ft27 pm
Due Charleston Ciuopm 0 05pm
\V CST (DAI I.V.)
Depart Charleston 7 2ii?m 6 10pm
Due Columbia ll) 10 nm 10 00 pm
TO AND PROM CAMDEN.
(KAMI (DAIT.Y KXOKPT KI'KDyV.)
Dcp't ('oluji?)ia 7 45 um ft Oft p m ft 27 p m
I um i 'anulen iv; Ml p m 7 42 p m 7 42 pm
( W KMT OA I I.Y KXCfcl'T nUNDAY.)
I icp't Uanideu 7 00 a m 7 a m S Ift p m
Due Coluu.hin (?25 n ru 10 40 H m 10 p m
To AM) PROM A IT<iI*STA.
KAMT (l'Ai I.Y.)
Depart Col iiinbia 527ptn
Due Augusta 10 94 pm
Depart Augusto 444pm
Duo Conimbia 1000 pm
Miele at Columbia with Columbia and
Urooiivtlle Railroad bv train arriving nt
IO. 40 A. M. ?iud ilcpa'rtbig at 6.27 P. M.
Ai Columbia Junction with c., c. A A.
Railroad hy H?IUC train to and from all
points on both l ouds.
PiiHRCUgora lako 8iq)pcr at Branch
At Charleston with steamers for Kow
Vork; amt with steamer for Jackson
ville und points on Mt. John's Hirer,
Tuesdays and Saturdays} with Charles
ton aiul" Havannah Railroad to and from
Savannah and points In Florida, dally.
At Augusta with Oeorgia and Central
Railroads to and bom all point? Went
mu? south. At blackville to and from
pointa on R.nnwcll Railroad. TliroURh
tickets can he purchased to all point?
South 11 <! West hy I'polylng to"
I). Motil BEN, Ag't. Columbia, H.C.
JOHN M. PKCK, <louerai ManiiRvr.
D. c. Aller., u. I*, and Ticket Agent?