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'iAUttKNS, Doc. 9, 1885.
1 .'ii! .? ?.JL?-JA-aLiaiiui^._.?_;11S!
Congress assembled on tho 7th.
Boo changed schedule of 8. C. It. H.
Mr. KHOOK WK?TIIH? Bold his house
.nd lok In town tu Mr. J. J. Pnuss.
Capt. C. M. Mii.i.au ls preparing to
build a cottage in rear of hi ? residence.
Our young mon ?re making ?rout
preparations for tho Touruntuout on
< lu int mn t Day.
We had the pleasure of mooting Dr. J.
D. AUSTIN, of Coron um, whilo ii? town
Tho latest is a COmpllmonta) , ticket to
TUB ADVKHTISKII and Lady. Nothing
like being un o'litor.
Again, our young friend"Kudd weiss"
bas favored Tin: ADVKRTISKR with HU
original poem, which will appear in our
Mr. LAKAYKTTK ANUKRSON, nf Pick
en? County, was married on tin- 20lh
nit., to Miss NKTTIK ANDKRSDN, of Lau
Most people fix tho dato of events by
reference to the war, hut it is said, in
Charleston everything is spokon of ss
boforo er slneo tl?? storm.
On next Thursday week, we under*
stand, thc ladies in the neighborhood of
High Point will give s Btipper i'"i thc
benofltoftbe Presbyterian Church,soon
te be erected at that placo, Supper ? ill
bo served atSo'olook I'. M.
Qreenvillo HOM( a strong delegation to
Columhia las! week, who will ] reliably
contribute their labor toward? Colum
bia's .?ditch." The force < . ? > r i - i -i t . - ii of
six white Mint sevbn colore.I recruits for
Mr. B. C. ClUBP dosircH us to inform
the public that he wa? in no w.iy rcs
ponsihlc for a difficulty reported Inst
week by "Jo? Prince Only th?' klug-!
holl in Mr. Kium HOLT'S buggy broke,
and Mr. CRISP had no hand in broukiUg
Mr. J. RBKDY NORRIS, ol' Edgoflold
lias located in o?ir town, and in a lew
days will opou out H stock of fancy gro>
cerlos, ?fcc., next to Todd, Simpson it
Co.'s atoro. Mr. Nonios is also highly
recommended us a? a Jeweler and
Don't''go west, young man," hut go
south. Head this from the 1'iiitka
(Fla.) fltvalds "Two-thirds of the wi al i li
of tho town is to bo Inherited hy young
girls wit h orange groves. Tholr fut hi rs
1?MV?' no son?, and no poor relation?.
These groves will average un income ol'
J4o,uoo clear of ell ox penaos."
Tho following Hills alVocUn? Laurens
bavo lu i n lutruducojd lin*. Session ;
Hy M r. SIMPSON
l. Rill to amend tho drainage la? sn
fur a:i the same streets Little Hiver, Lau
rens < ounty.
?. Hill to Charter tho "Laurens Build
ing and Loan Association."
3. Hill to authorize thc ap|>ointmeut
cf two additional Trial Jtiptlcos for Lau
rens County. One of these t.> resido at
Lui o r : 11 i . ll. mi t he <>r her ut Waterloo.
Hy Mr. WBAUTON' . *
I. Hill to require ondgrant audits to
pay s license fee of live hundred dol
lars boiore operating in thc state
All Of these have boon reported upon
.favorably by committees.
Judge CA m.ISLK, ol' Newberry, was in
Mists LUCY HAHKHDALB is vibitillg m
M?HS MINNIE L. KKIO IS ?ponding n
few days in town.
President Rou/., <>f tho Ooorgin Cen
tral, was in town u few days ago.
Mr. P. H. D?VNS, of Wilson, N. C.,
wu H rog! ato rod tu Ibo Mcfauls Hotel
Mrs. JULIA F. MCGOWAN, of Spartan
burg, sjient u few 'lays with relatives
hore last week. -,(
Anatameut of Property.
Hy reforonCO to another column it will
be,seen thai tho Auditor's hooks will bo
open for thc reception ol' returns, li on
Jan. 1st to Fob. 20th, IN-". AS tho time
wasehangud last ye .ir. lax-payers should
make u note of this sud set accord In gi v.
Rev. Am itrit Mll.i.AIIO, of Lomlon,
bogan a serios of inteiosllng Iodines
hore on Haturduy o\ eui UK- H ?? hi st
Sir Walter Scott, and svend on Mary,
tineen of Scotts, were rare literary treats.
Asa lecturer. Mr. MI Ll. A ito is hoth pleas
ing and instructive. To-night (Tues
day) .his subject in Oliver Cromwell.
Admission 25cts; children mets.
It ta Rumore?
Thal many families expect to move
Into town MOOD.
That this is due in a groat measure to
our oxcellont schools.
Th if tfimr tiny our streets may have
?and upon thom.
That the Holiday Hall will he thegrcat
thing of the season.
Thal the population of Laurens has
doubled In the past theo y OB ru.
Thal, the Building sud l>>an Associa
tion will do moro for the town than the
twenty merchunts whodo not advertise
Tito crowd In attendance latt Monday
was Komewhut larger than usual, hut
the land advertised for sale brought on
ly moderate prices.
Th* Sheriff sold:
One tract containing 183 aero4? sold aa
the property of J. Hary, y <. ruy, in ow )j*
lllli-Atiouitot.co. W. Andersen,for ?1?J0.
Masters Sab s;
I.'* ?cres to Orofs Hill Township, io
Mrs.N.K. Davenport, for*?<>.
1 4-10 arres In'the town of CVlnton to
F. W, Wagcnor A Co. for $?00.
iiOOaC**? resold at the risk ."J Vj M
lfoi*,W>Mr?. Cortr?dslUma forJBH
The Coleman Trect, retaining 30 ?eres
Jd for \\#).
. ? . umth.foaater f ,rAhb?liie Oe.
d 130 acre. Of He < aldwi n Mud fpv
A to M ra. J J. Hrtiwn.
. Judge of Probate sold ?he Nabor? timi.
gei^lliigW.ecrcB, la?. Jw D.O. J ?"ming
II. K. Taylor.
?tso-sa. W?, sr.d TP aeras ti? 1
Tho muuy friends aud relativos of
Mrs. MARY ANDKBSON", wife of T)r. D. L.
Anderson wlH bc pained to loam of uor
death, which occurred 0nX Saturday,
Doc. 5th, ut hor homo about four miles
from thin placo. Hbo was u tender, de
voted mother, ail alfcctlnoatb-wife and il
CU rial lorri woman. To thojberouved fam
ily wo extend our heartfelt sympathy.
Mr. Du,LiNOHAM and family v Ul oc
cupy Mr?. BOYDS residenco on tho Col
A :>:?anant Evonlng at tho Foin al? College.
Tho young ladies of tho sigma Phi
Society f. *vo their Hint entertainment
on Friday evening, which WHJU enjoyed
hy a Ul.;.0 audience. i
Tho programme was us fol lows l
Wedding March - ('boru* By thc So
Vai Bianco Polka, instrumental Duot
Miss Sallie Dalland Mrs. Milner.
Poliah lb>y Recital ion - M lys Gussie
Sn in mor Hirds-Vocal Solo-Miss L.
believe Me--Vocal Trio-Misses Lillie
Harris, I.. Swindb r and Mrs. Milner.
Jane Conquost -Keel tatton-Mian Lu
lu " 1'lt ls.
Uare?rollc -Voonl Duet-Mlsseu L.
Swindler mid L. Marris.
Vals" Capsie! Instrumental Duet
Mrs. Milu, r and Mix I,uei?e Swindler.
Her Lotter--Hod tutiou-Miss Hallie
Thc Young Postillion--Vocal Solo -
Miss Lilli. Harris.
School for Scandal -Hooltalion Miss
es Rosalie Sullivan and Lucillo Swin
o, Como lo Me linet -Mrs. Milner
and M iss Swindler.
'l it tor Tat -Dialogue Six Characters.
Dumb-Hell Kxorclso- Hy the Society.
If w e were allowed to tllHcrluiintilo In
mentioning this interesting programme,
it would corlainly bo lu favor <>f the
Diiinh-Bcl) IOxoroiso. Tho por fool time,
and the case and grace with which Ibo
dillbrotlt niau.envers wore performed,
evlncod ?i thorough training.
Tho musical and oloeut ionary tulout
displayed, w:is most complimentary to
the ins!?tution, .ind il is gratifying to
the friends and patrons of Ibo Laurena
ville Female Col logo to see tho progress
the pupils are making.
After the exorcises w ere ovor Presi
den! Milner roi ax ed his rigid rules and
allowed tho you g mon to enjoy a pleas
ant hour w ith th? young Indies of tho
[?atead of grapos, it is grass ?.*. wh eh
Mr. Henry Voting is see linn dow n on
This ls thc Henson of tree planting,
and several hundred, both for shade und I
frult-bearlng have been out out recen tb
Hon. W. A. Shitlld and lady with M.
s. Bailey, lady and dil u gb (or, Miss Con
nie, have been on a visit to lh< < barb s
Mr, c. K. Franklin mid Leo Pitts ..rt
here on tho 2d with the contingent of
tho Florida Colony, v. hi li inclutb 1 tin !
ladies and children of the party.
Married, On the 2d inst., ?ii ihe ronl
dencc Of IhO bride's lather. M r. J. M.
Wright, lo- tho Hov. N. H. Williams,
Mr. Be" Ral loy to Miss Corn Weight : ?ll
Kev. Prof. Smith i.:-.s nt last tb finito)}
arranged all his plans, und will coin
m. ni o work in tho 1 c ; the 1st of j
January. Tho friends of the institution
f.-> -i talent ia say lng that this will.bo
as-well equtppod aa any college io tho
Tho year lisKij will lind our town on
.. uiew hut of a boom. W illi our new
Bunk, our now College and new railroad
prospects, we ire inclined I i be e|
that if the A nv KU.-is KU does not seise
this Opportunity, -?> i . ol Itt t j a... r
sturt, and w ho know H what will helle
lu.-? of Blich a venturo.
As usual, at thia season, herc will be
u good many changes uf r< iden.. i
town. Mr. J.H. Little and family wi.
occupy the llichlo house; Mr. Join
Hargrove Mr. Halley's Hiddle hotiso;
H. T. Bailey will movt Into R. ll Blaki
ley's dwelling hou o? VV. K. Qwuiih wi
ho in Mr. Blake!, y's neu cotlugoj in d
J. W. Oqpoland will moveinto tho i nil
Trial Justice J. C. Cook, acting aa cor
oner huid an Inquest on the 30th Nov.
ovor tho body ?f Stephen Young color
ed who was found d< ad lil the wood
near tba residence of J. II. Dondj "I>rj
Kork "on the night o? the 20th inst, Dis.
VcSwaln and Wilber after an oxbaust
Iva sud close auton on nu lo th? eon
ollisioi) that death was carnied by disease
of the heart.
Tho "Union Of the Third Section of
He.?ly Hiver Association, Baptist
Church, mot with < TOHM Hill Baptist
Church on Friday before thu 5t !i Hunda y
In Nov . Luther W*11M wasolectod Mod
erator, NV. P. 'rui ner Secretary, and H.
H. tiri ill ii Troasufor. Thu mooting eon
tiooed through Sunday, and the various
Interests of thc church w ere looked af
ter and the Indications scorned to indi
cate thu' the euuso waa moving onward.
The Baptist Church at this placo has
bean- greatly linprOVOd by tho addition
of w billow blind?.
?Mesara. Jacks and Young have
brought US soino elegant hogs and we
ar? now rejoicing In spme-rlbs ?ndhiick
Wo et.uld most lieatlly wiall that ono
County Commissioner could bo induced
to trn.v. 1 over tho ro;ut from Cross Hill
to Puckett's Terry; I am oort ali? they
WMlJht not wish thomsalvoa, their horses
or vc hielos a second time, until th? rot
ted brldgos over tho gullies were made
o\ or, and a uno of the washes fitlod up.
t Our w a) s need m ending.
sc?1 fVorrt some of the corraspond
bat dravo nogs sra plsntlful. We
v. ,d. thiy would com? dow n thia way,
perhaps wo wonld havo a niosa o'f s'su
saaroH and short-bread.
Owing to V-c Continued rains, farm
er* ar? lato fowln? wheat, but If th*
weather is suitable from now until tho
?ith of DM&fftt?w, thorn will bo over an
S,rsrsg4 Ccops'tT.'i y-d.
Tho following aro nome of tito etnl- 1
grants who loft If lpn. Point for Arknn
RM and Text?, OD Dec. lat; Mr. T. It.
Ciilhertaon ?ad Mr. Y. J. Culbertson
and family loft for Cloburn, Toxns; Mr.
John W. Dolt ?nd family left tor Imitan
Territory; Mr. J. ?S. Medlock ?ntl family
left for Piko County, Ark.; Mr. Tobo
Avery and family, Mr. Hebert Martin
?uti family, Mr. Harrison Boyd and
family loft for Tike County, Ark.
A lbw nights nineo, otto of our friends
ami neighbors, In company with HOIIIO
othera, wont on* oj < :"uu huutitiK
They bad uad not prooet'do.l fur when
tho 'I'M; i, aa they uupposod, struck an
opossum, and turned back In tho direc
tion of homo. The bounds caine at full
?peed, barking at every bound; the boya
cam?! running with hats lu hand, l'amer
to overtake the coveted prize before lt
reached tho woods, which were near by.
But itihtea.it of ?oing to tho wood, as
they supposed, it turned around tho
house ?ml ran into tho btove room; and
BUOh a rattling among pots, pans, chat I'S,
sud such things aa are generally kept
in a stove-room, was never heard be
foro; but the pursued had taken refuge
in the loft. The boya caine up and one
of them went np Into the loft after Mr.
OpoRHUtn, hut ho did not bring lum
down worth u cont. It might have been
Banta Claus; wo io ie t know, hut there
is one thing certain, Wade's dogs wou't
run a eat.
DORROH I*. O.
Mr, Editor, there i? absolutely UO
Sam Bryson Blade thirteen bales of
Cotton this your, with OllS horse, anda
gray horne at that.
" , in Urn''!" I hal expected that
some one would ti ml f ill -iib my in
troduction to the ADVJBRTISKR, but I did
not expect i li at i t would bs lily friend
Do you uot know, fr loud "Mack," that
the uowspaper business is made up and
sustained mainly br egotism? Did you
ever know a newspaper that wits not the
verr beat published for the inonoy?
And BO 1 feel like it's my duty to fall
into linc, and do all I can for tho boni
ness. You say something ?bout "lot
another praise thoo, ?Vc." Ah! law, I've
been waiting long enough for that; and
my candid opinion is, that if 1 were to
wait until doom's day it would bo ntl
the samo. And so I think I had bettor
do my own blowing. I am not alono tn
that, "Mack.'* Kv rhody doea it, only
?onie have differ -'at stylen.
As Ib? mail man was leaving I.aurons
C. II, one morning lately, a youri' mer
chant h*?ied him, jestingly: ''if you
are my sweet heart, up the road, tell her.
Pin all right." "Very well," said tho
loquacious mail man; and ho tried bard
to keep his wort! ami surv.i bis frlond;
and so, after getting a mile trout town,
be began to ouqulro at avery bouse for
Mr, 'J sweetheart. Thus he eon
tlnue-d all tho way to Greenville, but he
failed to find anyone that would own it.
He came back next day as mad n?i a
hornet, and Maid ho didn't believe the
man had any sweetheart, as every ons
spoke to. sai l .die wouldn't have lilli).
To enjoy this Joko, yon mst bud out
who the young merchant is.
HANS VoN HMAU1I.
Married, at tho re . dont" i'll.eb . ..
mother, Mrs. Mary Bolt, Nov. 2llth, J vs>,
by Dev. A. C. Stopp, .Mr.-Woolbright,
oi Audorsou, Co., io Miss ida dolt, ol"
I .aureus t ounty.
Mr. Hubert McDaniel ?ms sold a pi.rt
Of ids place, nour lloyd' Mill, tu Mi.
John Weatti?i t., who M HOW moi lng up
on the same. Nolie., of other changos
will bo iii order hy a . . by.
Judging from the "wet" men con
stantly return!ug from t"?">n, we thluk
ibero must be a considerable "leaao"
sooiowhoro. li the present logislaturo
Would do noto a, h.il i optad Hun
law And stop tho sale anti UM of Intoxi- ?
eating liquors, I. viii hut ? dom a groat
We bad the pleasure of attending tin
I nion of the Kirai Soot ion of Bot ly
Uiver Association held ul ItJibun C.v. k
Church, tho 27th, - lb and 2'Jth t l.
where w? met many of "ur old ffbni s
and acquaintances. Ilusiuuss of in p
taneo was transacted, ano ii plenam t
timo was spent, iiotwlliia.laudliig tho In?
clemency of the weather.
Boveral Je.nilllos, wuose cam we
hat o already melita oed, left Doo, I?-1
for Texas and Arkansas. They may
find bettor borneo in tho West, nut
taking everything into consideration,
wc think our own Mouth Carolina la as
good na any Other country. All w o need
t" in uk u ti H a successful} prosperous and
Independent uooplo, so fm as agriouh
turo is concerned, ls a good, well-regu
lutod labor ?valent. .Give us thia and
weoan cope with any State in the t " . >n.
A Former Clttzan of Lamana.
[From (h>- ffectot (Ark.) AdtiOCdle.]
( Mir popular and esteemed yoting phy
sic lan, A. B. Simpson, rotttrhed homo
Thursday, with his nceompilshed bride,
f Winnie D. v. i,iici...ad ii" whom Ile was
Joined in wedlock's holy tie at Crystal
splines, Min, on thowtli ult-.,on willoh
occasion!tho Ber. Mr. Dudley wat tho
Dr. Simpson IIHN boen ? resident of our
toa ti but a fe w months and ly hi* pions
ant ami agreeable deportment, coupled
with his pnonomtnal success m the prue.
tico Of his profession, he has both en
dcarod himself to onr people ??nd taken
rank as our leading physician. His
Undo i H one of Ibo most amiable. Intelli
gent and accomplished Indus that we
have ever had the pl?ns?ro of know ing,
and our citi/ons are una:.im .o . in ex
tending them t hoirheartiest congratula
tion! and a cordial welcome among us.
That their futur? years may he "mugid
with a full realization of their most san
guino dreams of happinesses thc wish
of your correspondent.
All per-ums indebted to KS hy
indo or account* arc ri quoHlml to
settle ftarno by loth pecembervnrixt.
Our bu.sLno.sM must und will 1)0
closed up. All accounts nol c.d
locled in duo. tinto, will ncci.si nrily
: HOYT), PLUSS ACO.
Extra Terni of Court.
Pursuunt to an order from his Honor.
W. !>. Simpson, Ohle/ Justier of South
rim 'Mia, alt i: vim Term of the Court of
Com?.i Pion* for fiOurima Cottnty will
I,, holden on tho 2d Monday In Dee.
next, to eoiitlniiofor opi week, for tho
trial Of BUlll <' oi ll . ie e il. bl h ld With
out a jur>. t'.o th u litigant will tako
notice, und be ?o\ - ru-d iee irdiog) v.
d.W. 8HKI.?4 c. i-, e. r.
SOT~?, I?R5. 1(1 at.
Fiscal Year 1885-1883.
.j* ., .* *} ~. *4K*
IN pursuance o? an Act ot the
General Assembly of S. C., appovod
Doe. tho ? Uh, 1881, a general assess
ment of property for taxation will
commence on Jan. the 1st, 188o, and
continue until the 20th day of Fcb
nary. All property, both Real and
Personal, must be returned for tax
ation, and all changes ia realty
since May, ?884, must bo noted in
returns. During the above time
my office at Laurens C. II. will be
open for tho reception Of returns,
and for the convenience pf tho tax
payers, 1 will also attend at the fol
lowing placea at tho time specified,
Young's Township, Young's Store,
Young's Township, \V. B. Par
son's, Jan. 6th.
Dial's Township, D. 1). Harris',
Dial's Township, Oreen Pond,
Dial's Township, Qoodglon's Jan.
Sullivan's Township, Tumbling
Shoals, dan. ilth.
sullivn's Township, Brewerton,
Waterloo Township, Daniel's
Store, Jan. Kith.
Waterloo Township, Geo. Moon 's
Jan. I Uh.
Waterloo Township, Waterloo,
Cross Hill, Township, Cross Hill,
Jan. 1 st h.
Cross Hill, Township, Spring
drove, Jan. 19th.
Hunter's Township, Milton, Jan.
Hunter's Township, G ddvillc,
Hunter's Township, Clinton, Jan.
Scufftetown Township, Tylers?
ville, Jan. 23rd,
Jack's Township, Reynosa. Jar.
Jack's Township, Roseborough,
Alluinlucitizensbotweon tho ?gos of
31 an I GO yoftrs aro taxablu Poll?, exer>| t
thoso who aro Incapable of earning sup
port l>y hoing maimed or from any Other
After Um 30th ?tay of Feb., 1S.SG, r>0 por
oont. ponalty wiP nttach on all property
not tinted for taxation.
,)'"'" v' .
v.. li li '-. s.. ?i?iaJf. BSmh& u
Wo hav< on hand
11 A M S,
and everything to be found in a
First-Class Grocery stove.
Bottom Prices for Cash,
g*W Traytiham A Dial's Red
J. >L MURFF,
LA ?I ll KN S, S. C.
ST VTUOPBOl'TII CAROLINA -LAI -
IN PRO lt AT J3 COURT.
Wboreas, O. W. Shell, c. c., e. r.. lins
applied to un- for Lot tors of Admihlsfra
I ion, on tho Fist ato of Jolui C. Riddle,
TIICMO are therefore t<> cite and ad mon1'
ish all ami singular tho kindred and
creditors of said deceased, to bc mid rip
pi ar ho foro mo nt II Court ol' Probate to
bo holden ut my oflle? al LaurensC.il..
on th? 15th nay of I incomber, ISSI, at Ki
o'clock, A. A., to show cause, If any
they cnn, why letters should not lu
Olvon under my hand and MI td *!??M,'
the. rd dav bf Novcinbor, IOS/?,
A. W. ItURN$l l)K, J. r. L. c
Nov. J, lss/> _14_ _ (it
T A?S NOTICE.
A1 A, persons iinlcbteil to 1 ?.
P. Si .T. O. 0. Kh ming wi'l
please cull and settle.
At't.r Jan. 1st, 1 SSL ni 1 uti
?iettleil notes ami accounts will
ho put in the hands of an Olli
cor Cpr Collection.
I lt you haven't got the
money, we will pay liberally
}<?r cotton on account.
3 jp oial Not. oe.
All porsons indebtodtoinoetthor
by note or account are earnestly ro
. 1 ; : i ted to aettlo by Jun. 1st. 18H??.
M y business Uiusl be closed by that
time. All who fail to come and
make satisfactory arrangements in
onto way, will find their notes arid
accounts in thc hands of an officer
S, lt. TODD.
Nov. ni, i$85. 10 8m.
I have on hand n Lol of FINK
and ROSEWOOD BURIAL CAMJ
Chi .ip Collins from $(>J10 upwnnK
ll en iso furnished on ull occ
We 3mve unsold I
IIS prs. "Comme
week a/t ?
88? p>rs. Ollilcli
ISO 301*3. Wards
180 prs. Marcy1 Kid Po
Tbc story of these goods was tc
above what are left , and they mut
and tliey will tell you uto get wha
lil . '; NK. S LOCALS.
Never 3o Choai) LelJic. t
A complote set of single-harness, i
(?mu? Material; New; for only
.??7..",?. ADAMS AL CURTIS.
Now is tho time lo buy a nie?;
sci of Harness. Only $7.60, at
ADAMS & CURTIS. j
Having located in th?' Fowler
Building, over (he M? ores of John 1 >.
Sheahan, for the purpose of taking
Photographs RIK] Fcrreotypes, and I
also Copying and Knlarging, 1 am j
prepared tn give you satisfaction, ?
having had ten years' experience.
Call and gol a shadow before the
Pictures tauen on a cloudy as wt ll
as tl fa i r da v.
J. It. QLAZENER,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COURT Ofa "?OMMOX PLEAS.
Millford <\ Korns,.
iivainsl !. Politl?n.
Iv esl a h Burna, I
ami cu horn. J
Pursuant to Judgemont for sale j
in the above staled cn.scpi, 1 will
sell st public outcry, at Laurens ,
C. If., S. C., on Sale-May in January
next, lieinp* Monday tho Ith day
o (he month, within the legal
leans for sale, tho following des
cribed property, situate in tho
County and State aforesaid:
All that (rael of land cor- |
faining Two hundred and seventy
throe acres, more or less, und
hounded by lands of W. E. Crisp,
Voting Garrett, Aimer Owen.-,,
Martita A. Owens, and other.:.
A iso, all i hat t rael of lam! con
taining Flfty-tbroo acres of hind,
more or less, and hounded by lauds
of Kcslah Burns, Lewis Bums,
Young Garrett, and others.
Terms-* >no-thlrd of the purchase
money to bo paid cadi; and tho
balance <m a credit of one and
two years, with interest from tho
day of sale. Tito purchaser to give
bond und a mortgago of tito prem
ises to scenic tho credit portion,
and to pay for papers.
C. I). Ii AK KS I) A LE,
Master, J,. ('.
Nov. I 1, 1885 1", il.
METALLIC, CK DAR, WALNUT
B8 and CASKETS, also, a Lot of
nylons at small pTlce.
B. IL HUNTER,
Din. Sense" Shoe, -A.d-verti.secl lcts-t
B2.25, O tit down to ?&3.10.
s loeloTolo, !R,et/w Kid? Tijp Shoes,
D^wn ^Bt 0.t 3O Ot3.
Calf button Boots for X-iSidiea eund
Marked, clown to
x Hutton (Ladies) li iota, Shi,heil from $1.60, to $1.50.
?kl in our last weeks "ad." They are of genuine merit, we give
.1 goto make room for another lot. Ask those who have bought
it y u need" before the shipment iii sold.
J. M. ANDERSON,
c?TTon AND ?ommmswn MERCHANT,
M A ssl'Y's co r ION (?INS, FEEDERS and OOKDXNSBnfl, ta<
LEE'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL LIME.
Charge for handling Cotton reduced to ?Oc. per baJe tfmm?k$ri9mm;
2oe. por baie storage.
Liberal CASU ADVANCES made on Cotton la &*mr:
PERSONAL ATTENTION given to Weighing amd Naflaw*
Office and Warehouse, 903 Reynolds bt., Augusta, (ia.
0. W. HENSON.
Over 8;>J Broad Street,
f.Xf Menin furnished stall boars, consisting of all BT>b*t?a4l*flto aMV
rario? of tho Henson. Kverything aerupaloualy ?eat, ?ha bas? ar av?1 ar kay?, aaa*
tho politest attention given.
Ey so doing you
WILL SAVE MONEY BY
Purchasing your Kbctraots; aT?*l
lies, Preserves, -foo., e.nd also Oetn
dies, Fruits, Nuts etnd Toys, rrorxv
J. M. PHILPOT.
Oix*cx3.1a,z* UNTO 1.
To TITI: PUBLICS
We, at Hie first oi* the season, expected business to la) a great deat
better Uiau it lian bren, consequently, we bought moro goods than we
can possibly pay for, unless tiny ave sold; so, in order to pay our
debts and save our credit, und to get rid of a large Lot of Extra
COATS, PANTS and VESTS, and, in fact, remnants of all descrip
tlons, pertaining to our Stock, we will positively ,sell our entire Stock off
OLOTHirisrcr, SHOES, HATS etna.
GENTS' ?PTjrp^3SriSKLl3SrCr GrOOIDQ,
from Dec. 1st to Dee. 26th, at and
BELOW NEW YORK
Now this is un honest and square statoment, and we will certainly
Convince nil of the fact, if they will give us a trial, and dont ja??
forget your pock ot book when you cali on us.
LEAKE & PATTON.