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I.ACllKNS, OOT. 28th, 1885.
LOO Ali ITEMS.
No min, hut leak? in abundance.
Mr. JOHN I>. HlIKAIIAN Ima eight
clerks.
< 'otton ls Helling nt s:i,'<</it in this
market.
Mr. A. V. KienKi.itKuni:tt is building
n now aw, Ping.
lt is sahl that Laurens will soon have
another livery atable.
Tho prettiest young Indy Ut tho Fair
will take the "hine ribbon."
Dr. YVoonuow has hoon vindicated hy
tho Synod which met at Chester.
A freight train Jumped tho track nour
Ooroonoo, last week. No damage.
Tho observer protests ami naya tho
Newherry Opera I Iou HO is not for Huh).
A Circulating Mbrary 'ms been OH tab
lished here, Mr. J. H. W ILK KM, 1,1 br n
rlnn.
Mr. W. M. IIOPKINH 1ms opened a
pool and hilliard room next to K<>i i KL
linos.
Bishop IIOWK conducted service's to
day (Tuesday) in tho lOplseopal
Church.
?J. F. MARTIN A Co. have opened a
harness shop up stairs over their h.ird
waro atorOi
JJ. IV A. Ko PPP. I. have had their store
rooni neatly painted amt ? large sign
placed over the door.
The engine for tho ti. A h. Itali road
bas arrived, and is ?ii work lauding
material for the road.
Hov. I.rritr.u llhoAora's, pastor of
the Uaptlnt ('burch nt Newberry, died
of fever, on tho lilith ?ns!.
The stately oaks, that l):iv.> for no long
lornod tho Mast siile of Ibo Publie
Hquaro, have huon topped.
A7eolored mau came into this ellice
recently, and asked :,'" M irtti-r, what is
tho name cf your lierai
There will he a rc-u.n- I U1CIU
hors of Pul motto I ?dge, \ ; vf., at thin
nineo, November 21st, s P. M.
Tho walls of tho new hotel aro alinnvt
finished, and thc clognnt Htrueturo pro
HonlH au imposing appearance.
Mr. J. J. Row LAN i>, we undorstnnd,
oxpecta to erect, vory anon, a dwelling
on his lot opposite i bo Kplscopal ( 'burch.
Mr. M. A. CURRY, of lins eounty, has
Turnip top? that measure 7 feet ncr oas.
Mo says he purchased tho seed from W.
i j, novo & ? lo.
What a rich territory for young la
dies! Young men have become BO nii
inoronM III our town, that they visit
in tlrovtiH,
Tho young ladies of (bo Female Col
lege hnvo appeared in their beautiful
winter drosMes navy blue trimmed
with xold.
Wo understand that tho New Hotel
IIHS been based by Misses Mt CANTS for
throe year, possession to bc given on the
?iUtli <>f December, 'Sf?.
Some weeks ngo we spoke of organi
zing ? I .it erary Society, but it dbi not
appear to "take" well; it is now pro
posed to organizo H dudo club.
Trial Justices J. P. MnooKH and \Y.
A. RANSOM, of Abbeville, have boen
prcHOIltod by tht< Orantl Jury for mal
feasance In o Ai co and drunkenness.
The Skating Hink is again open and
will be H favorite resort for tho yoting
pcoplfl this winter, open on Tues
day, Friday and Saturday evenings.
One of our prominent confectioner?
thinks be could make money, if hy any
means (he accommodating hank oilier
could be induced to atop his fro<picnt
visita.
Com? altan ADAMS, tho horac-thiof,
who hired Mrs. MALINDA CIIKWV horst?
and buggy some tluie ago, and dtapoaed
of them, is HOW in jail at this placo. Ili
wan arrested In Atlanta.
The men rhargod with whipping six
negroes, near Uoldvillo, came in and
were reloased on giving bond of one
thousand dollars each for their appear
ance ai thc next torin of Court.
Remember the thufl for paying taxes
expires on the last of November ami
will ?ot l>0 extended this year. Pay
iw>w so as to avoid (ho confusion that
comes as tho time thaws to a close.
Among tho new clerks wo Bot i CO Mr.
J. N. WRIGHT with W. L. BOYD A CO. J
Mr. J. G. COOPSn with J. lt. COOPRRA
<*o.; Mr. Hr.Nitv WU.OUT and OSWALD
RICHARDSON with JOHN I), HHRAIIAN;
WILLIS BI LLOCK with h. A McColm.
Capt. J. M. PHILPOT la conntnntly nd
?llng attraetl\o HON < ltl-s to his already
coinplef o stock of fancy groceries, eon?
foot I aiicr los, Ac. Kvorythlni fresh al
Ids new store, and bottom prices to all.
Call and examine
Mr. J. F.. W ILK KM has just received
nnoofthc largest assort incuts of books,
stationery, fancy art lol OH, Ai.'., ovor
brought lo I.aureus, ll ls "sight lt>seo"
tho many nico tilinga displayed at hit
popular lb Mik ami I . ? ( Hort
Wo Imvo Wonrd of a druni i bo oh*
jrcta to riding on our nevi . dlroad bo
enuso tho trains run I in t .o. Perhaps
night miles un hour on 11. {.unroll* road
will suit '?lin. Wo can acooimnodnta
even the mo?: fastidious in thin Hue.
Laut week wo at at ? d that Fror. DAVI
sox, the rojMJ walker WI19 perforinett
lien , wan killed in Spart mburg, wbieh
weare glad to know was a mistake.
His brother received HOVOfO Injurljsj
but is well again mid performed In
((rtwnf\llo during tho Fair.
A painful operation waa performed on
A llltlo tlMuglitorof Dr. K. M. ('VIN n few
days aj'o,. Tho ehlld had boi>n burned
hy placing ber baud en a Ind iron I thia
e?usod a contraction of tho muscles, and
HU hoped thal by the operation, tho
us'? of tho kami will bo rcs!,-r.si.
A letter remains in the Pout fjfftl o al
thia place wi lb toe fol'., .v?n? d rot!..;:
upon IO, ;;j
Miss LKNA ROWLAND,of Idolstown
hip, entered tho Female College UK a
pupil on Monday. Mr. HOWLAND bo
lievesln patronizing homo Institutions,
ami ho ia right, -Oflpoelully when it hap
pens to he such an oxvollotit Institution
as tim LaUronsvIllo Fomulo College.
An effort ls laing made hy persona
livingb?twoonGreenwood and Augusta,
to luivo tho achodulo on tho now road
changed, so as to allow thom to spend
tho day in Augusta. According to the
proposed chango, the fast mail train
will stopover at this place at ni::hi and
leave early in the morning for Augusta.
Tho Plod mont ("air, which has just
closed in (Iroouylllo, was well attended
ami pronounced hy all, a success. Sev
eral 1 .aureus people attend, und we uro
glad to notice that Laurens .shared in
tho distribution of the prizes, "russian,
Jr., owned hy Mr. G. Ill'HU USS, won
throe races and purses of $ P2.1.00. Aster
oid Jr., Mr. J. G. Know N'a horse, caine
in third and won :: prize of ?tS.OO.
PF.rdou Refused.
Governor THOMPSON bas refused to
pardon JAM: Un i; alias !,\Nl? III.ACK
luritN, who was convicted ol' retailing
spirituous liquor in this county, ami
sentenced to pay a Uno of ?'200 or go to
the penitentiary for si.\ months.
A Mistake.
It ls with pleasure wo correct a ?Into,
meut made in the A nv mer i.si: H last week
hy our correspondent at Waterloo, lt
was sn Ul that Mr. P. II. ToDD Incl left
for parts unknow. Mr. Toni? only went
to Florida on a prospect lng lour, sud has
returned home. ?Mir correspondent,
who is usually very correct, wa i, weare
sure, simply misinformed.
Bail Granted.
Mr. \v. ll. HUYSOX, who charged with
the murder of IODWAUD ('msc, and vol-1
unlnrlly surrendered to tho Sherill' a
few days ago, applied i'm hail before
Judge WiTHKusrooN, on Friday lust,
ami was released. Tho bond was tlxed
at f'J.ooo, and was signed by IO. M. CAIN,
J. D. M. SHAW, M. M. TKAOPK, C. li.
Fr 1.1.1:1:. W11.1.1 1: ll. DIIVSON, as sure
ties.
A Wonderful lien.
A lady in I h kn county has n chicken
that lays a small egg ono dav and a
largo ono tho next. Toe small one ii,
smaller than the ordin?r;.- size, and the
larger one a Inuit thc alzo of u goose egg.
The owner of this wonderful ben re
cently phlCCd one ol' the hive CggS
undera ben for Hie pm pose of batch lug,
and after somu time, it was found thai
in ono aide, a well-developed chick had
formed, and.:be other half was perfi ctlv
sound.
Court ai Aubovllle.
A verdict of not guilty was roudored
in tho WOODS' murder ease, at Abbe
ville, on Saturday.
The Jury failed to agree in the F K noo
se N ease, sud after being out moro than
thirty-six hours, a in isl rial vasordcrcd.
This is thc second lime the Jury have
failed tn agree. At tho formor trial, tho
jury stood ten for acquittal and two for
conviction; and this limo (beru were
live for acquittal and seven for convic
tion. lt is probable that a chango ol'
rr nur will he had next time, in which
case. Anderson will he scloetod as tho
place of trist.
Personal.
Col. Titos. Moona, of Spartanburg, is
in town.
Mrs. J AN . M vi its is spending sonic
i imo in Spartanburg.
N. li. DIAL, I'isq., returned on Monday
from a visitt to Itatesbiirg, S. C.
Col. H, p. Todd and family visile,)
Spartanburg last week.
Mr. JOHN lt. Fi NT,KY cont?mplalos
moving Into town soon.
Mrs. J. II. Tu AYN ll A M anti children
aro visiting In cha rh it tc. N. c.
Mr. J. II. TUAV.VHAM ha; ticen on a
visit to relatives near Triangle.
Mr. J AS. M. Iniiv. of Mayhington,
Newberry County, la visitin;; relativos
in I.aureus, his former home.
We notice ; in-familiar fae?! of Dr. W.
F.. Mi. vt 1; in town this week.
Miss Poa A MCGOWAN, of spartan
burg, is visit ?nj.; relatives in town.
Col. T. ll. Onnws attended the Pud'
mont Fair, In Greenville, last week.
Misa NANNII: Due viMOND, of Wood
ruff, i* visiting the family ol' Mr. J VH.
P. GllAY.
Mrs. J. F. WII.KKS left on Thursday
last for < i reen ville, where She will spoud
a few da vs.
Miss RUHSIK VANCB.II very channing
young lady from Troy, N isllcd friends
at Ulis pince on Friday last.
Miss LttNonA KICIIKI.IIKIIOKII, who
spent sovi ral weokawlth relative? hero,
has rotumod lo .Manning, S. ('.
Kev. lt. A. F vin, N.J. liol.MKS, F.HQ.,
Mr. S. R. Tom. amt Hov. I>. A. rom?
aro in attendance upon Synod, which
mot ?a CIlOHtor, S. C.
Capt. J. 15. llUMllKUT, ,<!' I.iureiis
County, ls III tho city. Ile is not usu
ally au enthusiastic man, hui 011 this
occasion be is oboe!; full td' narrow
guage railroad, ami expresses hinisi ll
as hoing very HHUgllillO thal it will he
built. UrcvnvHIc .Wir*.
(COMMUPAI BD.)
J?tl (tor IM uren* Advert inert
The Impression seems to have gone
out that I am acting ai. n tool for an?
other person in inducing MTUH Al p" to
[ceturo hore. 1 wish Itdlitlnetly Under
stood that 1 conceived thc idea myself of
inducing Major Smith lo lecture hen1,
amt I have net gOI|0 ?lito co-partnership
with suv hotly, neither In this let tun .
nor in tho school I intend to pulohllsh,
I would f?rt her state, that I ain not es
tablishing this school in opposition lo
the Colimo. If wo ever Intend to make
a city of our town, M t-must inert ase hoi
educational advantagea, Hill A rp will
h , ture in thc Com? Mouse, Thursday
t-vening, the door-, will he shut al eight
o'clock- per omi wlilkUiB to hoar tlx Icc
turo must bt> tht'CC-hy o'df p.c'l s von.
Ticket* ufo lor .dr- a? W. I,, lloyd .V
Co's, dor,-, ?lt .V) cents ?1 piece..
ItuspcetfitUy,
s. M. C0RftBt\
The Sloss Oiler of tho KCP-MOH.
Vdt the next twenty days MO
offer thc Tm-: I, A PH w.'n A nv felt?
TtHKH andf'harlotoa tyeetclj) JxCtC?
both for $:V?*> for tho year. O?
; cn unie wo octant pffor ?uis liberal
I discount without onnh in advance,
County Items.
CLINTON.
".J."
Mrs. J. J. HUSK tm.I Miss Anzlo Mc
clintock wore on ?i visit to our town
last Weeli.
Mrs. Francis Williams, mother of tho
Rev. N. M. \ViUii\tlIH, <lie<( nt tho resi
dence ol' her son, (itt Sunday morning
last. Her disease was apoplexy, and
her illness Wils quito hriof. Mrs. Wil
liams had boon in om- community ti
little over II your, yoi In thal short time,
bed made for herself many fast and
warm friends. She was a lady of un
usual endowment of mind and loveliness
of both person ami elia rotor, and v. ill be
much missed in her little circle.
One of the long talked of weddings
cunio of hud weet:. Mr. li. C. lirlggs ted
to Hymen's altar, Mrs. Jennie Little, of
Fork lund, Alu. The services wero con
ducted in the M. IO, Church by Kev.
Matk lloyd, ?ft Newberry. An
other sueh not I yo ?iii I?' in order
next week, and. tu all probability, from
week lo woe,k until tho material IHOX
htuiHtetl. lt la it nico Unto for merchants
who ure dealing In nico buggies: mid
Prhire Albon coats. If tho Lauren,
merchants, tn thoist? linea, would send
?in nd. to (mr t'A///, it might to
their advantage, I
SIMPSONS ?HILL.
NIX.
I We are afraid "Hints Von Smash"
i does not read (Ito A l?V KltTIMKU as he
shouhi, or he would luivti scon ii corres
ponde ul from this sect loll boforo now.
Mr. W. W. Culbertson, who moved to
! Lumber <'ity, Northwestern Oeorghi.
j bas aga ly rot urned with his family to
ibis county. Wo welcome iiini ?'.1 -k hi
i om- midst; and wish him success.
We ere informed thal Mr. John W,
Roll and family are going to h ave for
lin- indian Territory,"between this ami
f.'hrlutiniiH. \\'e hope mich is not the
COHO, for we would hate to lose Mr. Holt
as a cltl/.en and life-long friend.
Capt. Y. .1. Culbertson hud ono of his
ll II ger H eut almost oil", a few ditys ugo, tu
a cotton gin. Wo thought timi ('apt. C.
hitil gi unod cotton enough lo know that
a-Ain v\oiiid cut llesh; h u h" Kaya he
j ls saltshed w it!.om irving another lin
ger.
Johnson Si Uro. are going to open a new
and completo ?tock of go KIM ut Ihtvall's
it os lt cathi, vin the -J'.: h inst. They
arc enterprising young men and no
doubt will bu Mieeesxfu! In llteir new
place of bf.shiesa. Wo also weleonic
them in our midst,
Mr. J olin. W. Unveil and family ure
golllg to llfcOVe to TllOllinx.' Cross Poad
Wo regret io lose Mr. Ruvall from our
section, hut feel smuowhat consoled
with tho Iden Hutt his brother, .!. IL
Duval), und family, will return from
Wntorloo io take his place.
CROSS HILL.
!MAOK.
The pe.o|>le of thin acethui artS htiajt
gallierin:5 in tho fruit . <.?' tho year's iii'
'lior. Corn crop ls good, Cotton an aver
I ego crop, bul t.ont rains have dautaget
I it to Homo extent.
Mr. J. c. t ook showed mo the othoi
day. a inentoramUiiii l ook, whhdi win
purchased hy hla griuidfttther lu Kit
The book ls In a fair state of preserva
lion and is still used by Mr. Cook, ll?
a Ko luis a clock lim! was purchased h
Knghtml by bin grandfather in Ispj
Tho clock I? still lu good rapidr and la 1
perfect time keeper
We arc pleased, to see the stand thu
ia being taken by tho press nf the stat?
in regard to lite many hiwlcsa nets lim
crimes that are being committed lu iii?
State, ami wo trust that i: will sueeoiv
.11 arousing such ii sen 11 nient among t lu
good, htw-abhllug cit (xena, as lo put ;
.stop lo all such nets, and to etutsti law l<
bo upheld mid m ime duly punished ac
cording lu law . Tho law is amply MU iii
..loni for the prelect lou of all and for tin
punishment of crime, therefore let Un
law he vllltllcat?'d, Moll-law means an
ai lu y and ri.in.
On Monday, tho 10th Inst., Mr. J. I'kl
Crisp and M r. W. IL Rryson hail it ililli
cully and < ame to blows ami Mr. Ilry
son drew a pistol and ll rod th roo shots s
Mr. Crisp, nil of which took effect, am
Mr* Crisp died In about 13 hours.
Tins occurred on the road itt front <.
the vi si lenee oftho Into Capt. sam IJry
Hon, Holli tho young mon wore PIOMOI*
related and connected With tili) hes
families in tho com mu ti ii \. Tilt.
etir roneo has ca-! a pull of ind ness oyo
(ho w hole community.
Tho funeral of Mr. Crisp was vcr;
Inrgel) altoiidod. Ho was interred ii
tho 1 liberty Springs 1 'cuielorj .
Wo iimlorHtnnd Ihn*. Mr. RryKon bu
surrendered to the oftleors of tho la *
and a*< tho Whole matt or wlllsooii und? 1
??o judicial Investigation, we refral)
from uiaklug any Htntomenia In rogart
to it.
Master's Sales,
STATF. Ol' SOUTH CAROLINA
LAI RI'.NS COUNTY^
COURT <?r COMMON IM d '. AS.
Pursuant io .Judgement - for an!
in tllO following stilted ca-v -,
will stdl at publie ou tory, at J ?am
ens C. IL, on SaloHtfity In N^ovoni
ber next, hoing Monday the 2tv
tiny of the month, the property di
scribed ill oneil case, upon thc terni
specified, to wit :
In tho ?-ase Of Mary J. Hill, Ot ll
iv. Sarah A. Anderson, et alf
All that tract of I ..tntl lying, bein
and Hit unto in the County un
stato aforesaid, containing Tw
liuiulrcik imtl twelve acroi?, mor
or lesv, anti bountied hy laud. 1
William N ance, Dr. W. C. Irby, P
J. II. William i und other.".
Terms: ( Mir hull* of the pureba
looney to be paid etedi, And th
balance un a credit of twolv
months, with inter?s* from til
day of Male, secured hy the bond <
tho purchaser, and a mortgage <
the premises: but with leave tri til
purchaser to pay his entire bid i
OASlf. Tho purchaser to pity for pi
ppr?.
In tho case of Tliomas ll. Own
M, .lohn Alexander Owen J, et ?1.
^,._... ?, - -? - - - -.
No. ftof tho estate of Thomas Owens,
deceased, containing one hundred
and thirty-one acres, moro or less,
and hounded hy lands of W. A.
Garrett, Ooorgo Wold', Robert
lill ms, und others.
Terms: Ono half of tho purchase
money to bo paid cash, and thc
balance on a credit of twelve
moat bs, with interest from the day
Of salo. Secured hy the bond of the
purchaser sad mortgage ?>f the
premises; but with leave to the
purchaser to pay his entire Ind in
cash. l*urehasor to pay for papers.
In tho case of. William ('. Cleve
land, as udm'r. of Wm. Choice, de
ceased, William II. Wallace adm'r.
of Robt. Dunlap, deceased, rf cl.,
vu. Henry NV. darlington, Creswell
darlington and Stobo I), (?arling
ton, UH Executors, and Sallie P.
Richardson, ct ut.
All that l.ot or parcel of Land
in thc County ?nd State aforesaid,
in tho tow n of Laurens, on Harper
Street, bounded on the West hy
said Street, on the North ami lOast
hy lots formerly of thc estate of
MI'S. S, NV. darlington, deceased,
on thc South by lot formerly of the
(?state of .lohn ( ?arlington,deceased,
containing forty-three one-hun
dredths of an acre, and whereon ls
now situated the house known as
the "Richardson House."
Terms: One-third1 of thc purchase
money to be paid cash, and the
balance on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from the day
of sale, secured by the bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of thc
premises. Tho purchaser io pay
for papers.
In thc case of AV* Pa rte Samuel
R. Todd, //' ftc Voting .). ( 'tilbert
son us Kxt'r. c.s. Lureua Culbertson
et cc I.
All that tract of Land lying, be
ing and situate in the ('aunty and
State aforesaid, containing Fifty
three find one-half aere., more or
(("...and hounded by lands of lt.
P. Todd, land- ol' the estate of 1 >r.
Robert McDaniel, V. J. Culbertson,
and others,
tenn.-: One-half of the purchase
money to be paid cash, ami the
balance on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from thc day
of sale, secured by the bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage of the
premises. The purchaser to pay
for papers.
In tho < ?\se of John Taylor, (?.'.B,
Taylor, ct a/., rx. Mary Taylor, Sal
lie .), Kay, ct al.
All that tract of land lying bo?
ing und situate In thc County and
state aforesaid, containing one
hundred and len acres, more or
less, and hounded by lands of NV.
!.. Wood, J. I'. Holtland others.
Terms: One-half of thc purchase
: money to bc paid cash, and thc
I balance ou a credit of twelve
mouths, with Interest from day ol
I sale, secured hy the limul of pur
, chaser and a mortgage of thc prom
! IM?S, The purchaser,to pay for pa
pers,
In the rase of Julia F. Mcdowall
a- F.x'tx. of IL L. Mcdownn, dee'd
vu. Jeannie Mcdowall I leime-, ri
I ul.
Tho following described property
belonging to the estate of llomei
L. Mcdownn, dee'd., situate in th?
County and State aforesaid, In thc
town of I aut re ns, to wit :
Lot No. I, Located on the North
side of Main Street, nearly oppo
site to thc episcopal Church,
bounded South by Main Street
NVest by lot of s. it. Todd, North
by Lot No. :?, and F.nst by Lot No,
2, and containing a front of about
Sixty ((Ml) feet, by a depth of about
Two hundred and four 2.0-1) feet.
Lol No, '1, Rounded South hy
\ Main street, NVest by Lot No. i,
! North hy Lol No. I, and Must by
I lot of J. .J. Howland, and contain
ing a front of ai> >ut Fifty feel by a
depth of about Tw o hundred and
four (2oi) feet.
Lot No. .", Hounded North hy
Lauren.- Stree!, West by lol of A
NV. Hornsbie, South by Lot No. I,
and Hast by Lol No. I, and contain
ing a trout on Laurens Street ol
about sixty (HO) feel by a depth ol
about one hundred and twenty
(120) feet.
Lot No. I, Hounded North by
Laurens Street, Last hy Lot No. 6,
South by Lot No. 2, and West by
Lot No. ft, and containing a front
on Laurens Street, ol' about Fifty
(.Ml) feet, by a depth of about One
hundred ami t \\ en ty ( 120) feet, and
whereon is situated a commodious
ano Ktihst nut lui dwelling with eight
rooms,
Lot No. ?"). Hounded North by
Laurens Street, NVest hy Lot No,
I, South by bd of J. J. ' Rowland,
anti east by Lol No. <;, and contain
ing a front ott I aureus Street ol
about Fifty (.'.") feet, a depth
of about Ono hundred and twenty
(120) bet, and whereon ls situated
a substantial dwelling with ?ix
room-.
Lot Ne. i!, Hounded N.-rtb hy
i Laurens street, NVesI by Lcd No.
South by Lot of J. M. Visnnska,
and Last by the lot known as thc
"Jail Lot," and containing ti front
Oil Laurens Street of about Fifty
(i$0) feet, by a depth of about OlH!
hundred and twenty (120) feet, and
w hereon i.- situated a substantial
dwelling with three rooms.
Al! <d' thoso Lots are centrally
located in the town of Laurens, ami
convenient to the Public Square
the Chun hes und the Schools.
Terms: One half of the purclllisi
i money to be paid cash, and Hu
balance on a credit -of twelvt
months, ?vl.fcli Interest from theda)
of sale, secured by Hm bond of Hu
pure lui ser, and a mortgage of tin
promises, but With leave lo un,\
purchaser to pay all cash. Fur
chasers to pay for paper-. Pur
phasers Of Lots No. I, ."> ami l> lo in
sure buildings thereon, ami asslgr
policy to Master.
C. 1?. HARKSDA LC,
Master, i" c.
Oct. 7 Lft$9 10 lt
. -Thc Supreme Co t of Y i
inured a w..l of em
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Never So Cheap Before.
A complete set of single-harness,
(lood Material; New; far ?only
$7.00. ADAMS A CURTIS.
Now is thc time to hoy a nice
set <>f Harness. Only *7.">0, at
ADAMS A CURTIS.
(io to ADAMS A CURTIS he
fore they soil nut their !r7;?0 Har
ness; tho best ever sold for thc
i onoy.
.tl?.oo Harness tor *7.-r?t?at Adams
A Curtis. Only a few Sots loft.
Photographer.
Having located if? the Fowler
Building, over the stores of John D.
Sheahan, for the purpose of tukitig
Photographs and Fer rooty pcs, and
also Copying ami enlarging, I am
prepared to give; you satisfaction,
?laving had ten years' experience.
Call and get a shadow before thc
substance fades.
Pictures taken on a cloudy as well
as a fair dav.
.1. lt. ULA ZION KR.
500 mJSHELS
Ahboville Raised,
Red Rust-Proof Oats,
For Sale by
YV. W. JON KS.
LAURKNS C. H., S. C.
August 2?, I tf
I tun Mirent for tho follow lng
MACHINERY.
Call for clrculiirn ?Vc. Eclipse Engined,
Caw Mills, Separators, Q'iis &c. Orain Drills
Hay Rakes, Fan Mills, Ti ed Cutters,. Also
agent tor thc Celebrated Cox & Markly
Wagons. UKO. II. AN DICKSON.
I .annie. Cl!., S.e. I nm
FAMILY
GROCERIES.
We have on band
BACON,
11 A M S,
DA lil),
FLOUR,
SUGAR,
COFFEE,
MOLASSES,
lind everything to be found in a
First-Class (Irocory store.
Bottom Prices for Cash.
g,mr Trayiiham A Dial's Roil
Block.
J. M. M Cit FF,
LA Ult ENS, S. C.
August ?, 1885 1 tf
THF, STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LIN A-LAURE N S COU N T Y
IN PROBATE COURT.
W herons, O, W. Shell, e.c.e. e., has
applied to tao for Letters of Adniiniatra
tfort, on tho l?state of .John c. 01 odfroy,
doeonnod.
TllOSO arc therefore to cite anil admon
ish nil ami tdnuiilar the kindred and
creditors of mild doei nnod, to bo ami ap
peal hell.re me at a Court of Probate to
bo holden nt ray office a? baurenti C. H.,
oti tho .~'Mh day of November, I860, ai io
<? elook, A. M., tn nhowoaune, if any they
cen. why letters should not l?o granted.
Olvan under my hand ?nd neal this,
tho 14th day of October, IRS5.
A.'W. IUTKNS11>K. J. r. t. e.
ll, ISO ' ' Ht.
sr
r
eil
M..
ANDEB
COTTON ANO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
A ?li: NT FOR
M ASSKY'S COTTON' OINS, FTCKDFRS and CONDENSERS, and
li I. K'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL UMK.
Charge for handling Cotton reduced to BOc. por halo coniruhwlonH;
J?o. per bale storage.
ld boral CASH ADVANCES made <ui Cotton In Store,
?jrflr PERSONAL ATT K NT ION given to Weighing and Soiling,
(lillee and Warehouse, 008 Reynolds St., Augusta, (Jo,
C. W. H E N SON.
Restaurant and Saloon,
Over 835 Broad Street,
Augusta,, Ga.
Menin furn lubed nt all hourn, ooiiHlatliiR of ?ll tho .nhntnntlnl* and dalt*.
moles nf the seimon. Kvorythlng anrupulounly uoati tho bout or order Kept-, and;
tho politest intention given._
TO YOUR
BU*
By so doing you
WILL SAVE MONEY BY
Puroliasing your E3Ctra.ot.s; ?T?1
lies. Preserves, &o., a.rxd also Can
dies, I^ruLi-ts, IsTuits andToys, ir orri
j.
PHILPOT.
J.M.VISANSKA,
WATTS* BhOCK%
LAURENS C. H., S. ti.
August .">, tKS?
tf
TA Ki: NOTICE.
All persons indebted to us by
note ?>r account, are requested to
sollie same by loth November,
next, Our business must and wilt
be closed up. All accounts not
collected in due time, will neces
sarily be enforced,
B< ?Y I *. PLUSH ? CO.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
COMPANY*
f*OM M KMC! NO SCNCXY 5<KnnMrKn rt,
iss.-,, ia Mfi A. M., Pttnncngor Train* will
ron ns follows, "Kindern time:"
TO AND'FROM CHARLESTON.
1"AST ( OA 1 I.V.)
Ocpnrt Columbia 7iiam ? n if (h
Duo (hnrlcstnn 12 20 p ru OCftpm
WKftT (OAII.V.)
Popart Charleston 7 20 n ru fi io pm
Due Colninhln 10 HO n ni 10 00 pic
TO AND FROM CAM DKM?
(KAMT (UAH.Y KXCKPT Ht'KOyY.)
Ilop't Coluinbln 7 45 am 5 06 p ta S tl p m
Duo Camdon 12 59 p ra 7 42 p tn T tf p n\
(WKHT HAILY I'.XCKI'T M\NHAY.>
Dcp't Camdon 7 ttl n tn ? a m 8 UK >
Duo Cullimbin (.0 25 n m 10 40 a m 10p\.
TO ANO FROM ACOURTA.
KAST (HAILY.)
Oepnrt Coltltnbtn ft 27 pm
One Augusta 10 Od pm
WKHT (llAIf.V.)
Doport AuguHtn 4 -in pm
Hue Cullimbin MOD p m
coxNucnoYft
Made at Columbia with CoftmMn ?ml
Oroonflllo Railroad VSv trnln arriving a*
IO. lo A. M. mid departing at b\T I*. K.
Al Columbia Junction with C.,?V# A.
Itnllroad liv sn mc t ruin to and fro?* nil
points on imtli rondfl.
PuHstMiKorM tn ko Hopper nt fthr?cfc-.
ville. . '
At CharlCHton with id eumara tnt Kow
York; ?nil with Htoamor for Jackfton
villc ?md ?MibitM on .St. lohu'ft Uiver,
TaoMdny ond Hnturrluyn; with Chnrto*
ll pw??
Om iind*Hnvnnnnh Kiilrond tn *n<
Havannah nnd pnltrts In FlorMa, dn?ljr*
At, AniOiHtn with Onorjri? nnd Cantrat
I'.ai I Kind f? to nm! from all QOlftt* Waat
.owl South. At libiekyJlln ta
rminta on llnrnwell Ttnllromt.
if-kcts e?n IWv purohnnod ?0 ".
South and'Wost try applying to
1?. MvigllKKN? A?H. comm***, ?. *\
JOHN H. fKCK,7l?nora4 M?n?gor.
i>, c. A;: . 1 .. ?*.
VHaw waa*
r> ntl pu? tit*
mum mmm
V-?' Al

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