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LAUIUSNS, Jim. 27th, I.8K6.
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Stop at Orar i OloUe notol, Auguste., Ga.
GRAY ii? iv Mouth Carolinian and < in
tends a "Carolina Welcome" to all hi?
Moo Important land Halo advortlsod tn
Several nov/ Bcof-tnavkots have h ?on
opened in town.
Mr?. IIUIY OuANDbKn died at bor homo
noar Milton, on tho IOU. lout.
J, T. JOHNSON, Knq., made a short
visit toGreonwood laut week on busl
110S8, so /?. say8.
As soon as tho building ls finished
Mr. J. E. WlLKKfl Will ntOVO bis Hook
.and Drug Stoic Into tho Hondolla hotel,
Court ol' ftoanlot' boganol Abbovlllo nil
Mouday. Thocolobratod Forgot'non eu
will 1)0 talion up a motion made for ll
chango of venue by tho State,
In ordor that no ono will mistaho the
dato wcYopoat, that on Frida) Ol
Fobuury 12lh Dr J. ll. C.VIU.ISM; will
deliver a lecture in tho College Chap? I
Tho Now York WorUl ls nglbitb \
World's Fair for that city, iii . th ;..
aro boeoiniug too com mon 5 botter h lil
on a while ami give LilUroiiH a nho\\ ?,
The Qroonvlllo Daily A'etrs bas
comm!era hie i III pi ov< un ;. t hi | : - :i ?.; . . ?.
unec. Wolikotho Neu.*. Ii ls ii |jo
papor Hud'not afraid t" speak out Ita
A correspondent writing from Wood
ruff to the AVMW attrf Courit ., states ! hat
n tolograph lino will BOOH ho est?bil le d
between Greenwood und Spart itu burg.
This, li sei mn i i a uoei salty.
Th? latent tn tho Uno of musical In
struments is apiano mounted on wheels
and worked by a eran!?. 'i'h?3 Ia nott :
but to BOO a crank manipulate a | i m .
that ?tamis on four logs, Isold.
The young mon are making prep.u a
tiona for a grand mask hall tu hu given
boro on Monday February Kith Thia
takos the placo of the annual hop which
should havo benn in December, and ii
will doubtless bo an ologant H Huir.
Hignu of improvement aro plainly vis
ible OU all sillon. Mr. N. .7. fiVANS bah I
oommeueed work ou los building, v. blob
will bo used as a Machino Shop and
Foundry, near the ii., !.. Depot.
Wo call attention to a notice of Pi,uss
?ft FEKQUSON in anothur column. This
now lirui is compOHod of men who ure
well known to (he people of Laurens
County nu A nothing thai we might say
could add to their high reputation.
Capt J. W. WATTH has resigned his
pOHilion as Capt. of the I^aur* us fluardti,
Ou Monday uiidit a lull . I -ition ol' offi
cers Wit bo held. Thur -day ilftorilOOIl
at3 o'clock a prize shooting will take
placo o udor t ho auspices nfl ho company.
HON. W.%0. HUNKY of Abbeville has
ooneeu tod to doll vcr thu address at tho
commencement oxorol <o .1 rm- Lnurous
vilie Femalo College. Mr. IIBNKI is
one of tho fitinat oraton bi tho Slate* an :
??vc? congratulate ibo prosldont of ii.ls In
atitutiou in aeon ring such mi attractive
?penker for this oe< usion,
Capt. .IAMBS l.rwi ? Merri.1 oren, H
woll known and popular citizen of Au*
. b ison County, died nt his homo on
Pridaj night, alor a lor.: illness. Iii
death was caused by dropsy of tho In art.
Ile leaves a w'ldow, (who was M lus liri'-,
of thia County.) ami live ehlldri ii.
Tho corrospondonl of tm- \> <?:"!
Courier laid aside tho ordinary du sm'
Ufo last Friday and bpenl Hie da? with
tho toachora and pupila of thc Laur
ville Fomalo College, ile gi vos a Ila ti ? .
lng account ol' his visit) and la espide!; . j
pleased with tho minde department,
We acknowledge the receipt ol' an in
vitation lo attend tho entertainment
given last Friday ovening by tho \.
loores of Clinton, and regn t ex eeo ??lin
ly our Inability lo ho present, i 'rom 1 lie
oastof characters, wo knew i: would bu
ns we have learned it tVllUi a grail 1 RU
A rare treat may be o\?.!?,! at the
Society ontortalnmont w hieb eomo? oft"
on Friday ovoidng at the Female Col
lege. Although We d', le?' kt: ev till
programme, wo iee' .. re thai tho ..."
Indiosof the Kappa Della s ". , will
display thoir llo rar., and musical tal
ents to tho best iMlvautnge. idmlmdbii
While in Augusta a tv* day/ a ??. we
bad tho pleaau re of mooting sn nhl Ho? '.
Carolinian In tho person nf CJSN. .*.
WAI.TKK QUAT, 'rids popular gen th
man now bas charge of Atigustu's mo :
popular hotel, tho Globo, and io all v ho
may Visit tho eily we would Say, tl \
cati hud no better pisco lo <t. p than tho
We learn that OUI*enterprising town .
man, H?gh K. dray, ami Mr, McGee, of
Groonvlllo, have purchased tho Uiver*
?ide Hotel of lied City. Tho salo in
cludes tho hotel building ami t'lirnilur".
S lot of several sores la west Greenville
mid two lotfl In tilla place; ibu piece
brings $ 6.000 cash. The note |H valued
14.OOO, Wo leam the property was bought
as S SplOlllatiOU,and Messers Cray and
MoGoe HaVo no def?nalo plum, for dis-:
ji.-ising of it.
Hast week we stated that tim Teach
ers' Association failed to meet, which,
MS wo now learn w its a mistake. An in
lorosting mooting w is held and aovoral
subjects of importance worn discussed,
fm Association will moot again on
A Fugitive C...Xur..rt.
On Friday last, when the |fMSOitft?f
train bound for A u .miKln reached \N nt or
lon, a mun bbardod the train who wo*
recognize*! fl? lt. C. Ul ?nor, a desperate
character, who shot HIKI killed Town
Marsh al A. N. TtMNUn, Uko k's
Statio,-)(j N..V? inbor 28d. Mv*0 h .ire ho
open Iv proclaimed, while M.v.d'ng on
th? platf ?rm at Waterloo, that lift was
tho man, ?nd doflod ariel. Tho coie
ductor telegraphed from Or&nwoOd t'-'i
a ppilooman (?> board Ibo train before
gob,j.; Into Augusta, which wa? done,
and Uisiionv/HH arrested, Med with th?
bfill-cord, und is ,.o\v in I bo cuat'Mly of
tl uliiu-. A r. wS?d of f??? V IM offdrqj,'!
for ht? ay?pr< hen ?don ami ihMlvi ry to irv
fchttrltfof York Count;.'.
Maj. J. I). McLtiqAi has boon appoln
od a, Trini Justice for M ar io ii.
Mrs lu:wLi-.v anil daughter, Mian lok.
left on Saturday ! \st, for their homo jiu
Mra. WILLIAM, of Croons iii :, is vl'ilt
ing In tow n.
Miss lOA HOLMES, will opon aHohjool
at Chostnut lUdgeon Monday, Fob. ist.
Fatlurs at Waterloo.
Tho firm <>i smith Parks A Company,
dosiers in general niorchundlH at Witter
loo H. c. havo inndoan assigiintonu for
tli.' hoi ont of oreditors.
On Tuesday uiorliing Parki was arron
tod undor H?o. 2B2I Gen. Statute?, for
buying cotton and refusing to pay iW it.
Tho facts as far as wo havo boi n alftle to
ithor Ibcm aro il : foll ?ws: On l>tj'.l Ith
1KK."> Calvin I.. Culler Sole! t") bales of cot
ton to Smith, Purks dtCo. ami rodclvod
lu paymeiit, draft inn Ooo. li. Sibley <v
'\J. of Augusta. Fuller kepi this i draft
for several days and then transfered ii
to'mc Hitton of Anderson s.e. in| pay
ment ul* au iiCOOUIll. Sillon kept thc
draft Cor three weeks and on Jim l?t li
ii was returnod, dlnhonarod.
i'.irks rofusod io pay Hie draft In full
UH h was insolvent and wan on <>:i tin
eve ..!' making an assignment fl>:. thc
item iii of creditors, among whotti Kni
ll"- was included, lt sooius thatldrafts
drawn subsequent lo Dee. I Ith.', have
After a full eonsldernllon of thb facts,
I ho proMi eut lop wan ? il le 'ra wu.
Mr? Parks is an oxeollonl gcnllcmnn
ami bas tho sympathy of t lu4 entire com
mun!!; In bis misfortune,,willoh was
occasioned by heavy losaos lu ipuylng
"lt Don't Suit do f?Ktror "
A NRUno'B ACCOVNT OK MtKAMll.M
on Saturday last tho AuvaimsHu bsd j
an Interesting Interview with MAIIK
V '.vee. M eolored man who bas 111-? ? re
turned from Arkensns, MAH? nt) nea rs
to bc a ncgroof ami e Ihan average Intel .
llireneo and eave whit wo bollol 0 I ti lie ?
faith (ul nccount of tho country, fie says
i hat so far ns ho could son during his < wo
weeks slav, I he pOOplo aro nut as well
off as thev aro here, MsncohiUv is ibis
tnmof those negrnos who hnvo recently
loft i'd? counlv Ihov sro "ll dlsnn
pnlntnd and ?could como bach at onoo If
lliey could. He aiys ll cost bini moro
(O e?t back Minn it dbl to 6fO. At Ibis
?f>:,?r.M nf thc year it is Inpossible to
fravd over the country ovoenl nu flo
railroad on sceoun! nf tho cold wonthor,
tfvorvllttno; ls at a drt?d ?! ?ndsllll mid li
In di moult to to (ind work for laborers
todo. W'liUo h,? was ibero MAH'" sovs
ho was a walking thoenry shoos Im
t.vil: moro mcd!eiiw> darlnrr Mineo two
w." ks than he would Inkohen io n venr,
!.* very hod v was mu' thnrou?rhly di*??
trusted wit li \rkansas. lb1 said bevis
!. od what ls ea'lod the "'?rnrdf.n snot" ?nd
vfiiiii? tho land was Hobs the nennt o were
poovnuil bsd bad health. Co has
I ll rod am! from his account we would
hui ire 'i would rooulro innre Minn the
hilo anti or ext rayeaanl prnmh r>? nf FJm
iirratlon Agents to induce him to leave
tho grand old State of South Carolina.
Tin- Inst words of MARKUS on Ibo sub
iul were "I t'd! von bosa dat country
don't suit dc nlpKor."
Vroin thc t a ion Tin es.
Tho serenity of our rpi lol lltllo t >wr
was greatly disturbed las'. Wednosuay
afternoon by tho sudden ami suspicious
disappoarnnce of W. ll, Pool, a mor
chant, and Miss Faun lo Graham, a vevf
I rei ly young Iud;, ,only daughter of V r.
W, T. Graham, n prosp?rons inendiij.nl
ol' (his town. Tb" ilrst intimation re
coil" . I by tho parents of Ibo young Indy
thal their daughter liad elope,i ... Ith 1 'ool i
was from Kev. \V, M. l?'os( ?r, Who had |
been Called to murry thom,a short dis
tance from town, hut refused, and ii imo
. iiu.iv wen! lo Mr. Graham anti in
formo. I bim of what was going oil. Bllt
ii wilston laic Thu tloohlg couple? wore
io ii buggy behind a fas- h?r so, un 1 their
route n<>: know ti. Ai.out four o'ch ek in
the ailerue,.>.| m ws clime thal thfiy w ere
seen on thc reid |.? Cr * Ney-., their
horno in a fon m. Thai even ng, wo
learn, tin y wore married at (boss An
chor. M las G raham was bat Ul tie moro
lhau four::-.m ye n . ol 1, nu I ? r Uiiao
eonutabh conduct bas tefl bet' pun hts
in crcat dlatrons.
I1 AK.? V0:? S.MATi.
Wo have bad tho coldest weather ever
kuown k< rc. MOPaniel'a mill pond < n
Habllll Creo,; Wa? frey.cll OVCV to de
di : ll ? f l liedlas. R?ody river was also
fro/.uh. V% lonni in som* places ke:-.?.
sono oil froze in b ini s while burning.
lt ls very probable thal thooat crop ls
badly Injured, If hot entirely killed, os?
peel,illy the lute HOWlllg.
Our shooinakor ropulri ?I n pair nf shoos
for nil Old lady last Thar- ! iv, .LIM. 7Ml,
which bo mudo for ber Jan.-bi, I8S0.
Tbl i is Gio drat repair! ng tho slices have
had. and I bey have been worn < \ Ol' since
tin y w. r made, m arly MK years ago; no
If you want good shoes, call on Unelo
Mrs. Fannie Coate has been very s'.ck
for several days,, bul we are glad to
know sho is latino belier at this writing.
Mr. .J. W. QedffUy, Who has boon \ . ry
Sick for several Vf,eeks, Bill I lingers w it h
out any pore pt i bin change.
Mrs. Maty P. f?lledgo him move J w Ith
a part of ber family to tho !>r. Culbert
son's placo, on Ktibuu Creo):.
Mr. II. Y. Fuller will more inn f<?\v
days t<> Mr? C W. NhalPs, te take
cheri!' of his mills.
Tw o negroes Uko to havo had a nght,
So you ?ce there 1? no nows to write.
POUKOi: I*. O.
ioi Pim CL.
A we'll te do negro, In Ibis Township,
SfcmS Onie ago naked a friend t<> road hts
tax receipt, roi" him. He listened at.
lively lo tho reading, a?id when It was
ilone, ho said in nn i.arnest and exalted
manner: "Now you t r o how it is; hont
doy Is got me charge with threo mills,
and do bord knows 1 n?vor owned a mill
in roy life I I never had nnffen to do
v. ?iii no milli nniy ? worked a little
While on Mr. KwItrcr's mill, and mo and
lilli d e.o : nt tl od dat bang ?m> I tell yo
I I v-. y b< n rV?y want your money dey
JuBt charlo you wit!? anything, no mat
ter wbedder vou got it o? not."
Wlstor Riddle has got ? now hat.
A dmlghtOI of Martin Curry has boen
quite . ok, but is now getting bott or.
Tho doctora aro gouorully rocoTortug
their lioalth, aincotho inbdoratlon in tin;
Several caron crown wcro found hy
huntejrs last week, lyi ig in the woods
whore they bail fallen oil*of tim roost,
fro/on to death.
A young mau who gets drunk ovory
chance ho bau ought t > have permission
to go out and haug himself. A married
man, uudor sltnilr.r circumstances,
should not bo allowed such a Liberty, but
should roc .ivo ugoo;l whipping for each
oft'ouse, admbd:,lorcd by aouio of hiv do
A mau who nover pay? his doctor l ill
will bavo no ,H>H?|hlo chance t<> not to
lloaven. Ile gets iso fur bob I nd with thin
life that of course he oun uovor roach ibo
"A wi.mau," in bist wotdt's Herold
baa tho moat soiiKtblo article I havuaoon
yot on the subject of Prohibition, Any
luau who ha i sold anyl bing against 'wo
inen at ibo polls,' ought lo read that iu
th lo carefully, ami limn i;o mit "and
f: i - a very illfhcult task t?. ..> ri'?- nows
when thoo \f> ID new <. 'A' . have often
fell sorry for tho editor when tho f ill
comos for "moro copy," and ho has d>
draw upon his id ready ? xhaustod brain
for mnttor; but Hu ri ls ! !.o dl.Toroneo he
Iwe o tho odilia* and tho oorrespondent,
ilia! the odltor with bis Heladora, fi; i
draw upon his exchanges, but ibo cor
respondent must depend on hi nisei I
aluno; and tho paper must l>#? Ulled up,
and (Impropio must have something to
read, ami the paper innot bavo nowa,
Our people uro moving on slowly into
tho now ; oar. The laboring Claas have
about all so I thal down totholr homos for
Iheyoar,' and |H>oplo ure beginning to laj
in suppli?e, mi'I preparing i" push busi
ness wi.on i lie weathor purmlts.
Ho vi ral of our citizens bavo boen i" Au
mista thia week, and thov bcllovolhat it
pays t?. go (boro and purchase, nu I
to Waterloo. Sonic of '.ur most careful
calculators havo tnadothb trip, ami an
satisfied that it lus paid thom. Right
boro v mild bog to urge upon our farmi rn
tb" great bu|H>rtani ?> ol' raising tholi
supplies at homo, anti making tho farm
self-sustaining. Ju convesation wttli
ono qf our most successful farmers :? few
d.iys since, he told mc t!..i; !>>. nlwny*
mudo a supper! at homo, amt us a < omi ..
(pionco bo could hohl bis colton, and
sill wi.rn il'.' market suited him, ask
tho inorclmntM no favors, ami was inuit'
?UK inouoy every year; ot hora could
should, and must do likowiso before
th? ro will l ?. gouoral prosperity.
"Vim hoidtli of lois community is rc
mnrkahly good, our physicians oro go
in? about ?-il trip over thc country, am
Complain of nothing, only tiru the}
c m't collect,
-Sm '.tor llumpton says bo wil
o.il ninko an-) speooh on tho KIIVO
question, although in entire accord
lik?> Senator lintier, with tho Pres
ident, (len. Hampton tloos no
Hen the use of talking on a au bj oe
that IK aa good settled Already, ->
far tho President's policy is eon
corned. Me mids that tho wind
thing ls much li!:?' thc Scotchman'
definition of metaphysics: "t? yoi
ho talking on subject und th
man yon address knows nothing ti
ii oil her, I lia t's metaphysic*-'."
-Tie" agricultural t'?llogo ?
StarkOvilh', Miss., ls described as
model iuatilutloti. In addition t
scientific study, tho course Inehh
:i con Iderahlo amount of mannt
labor, for which tho students ai
paid eit?ht cents per hour, which
cr? tilted MI fhoir board account.
When Judge llnrdaway caw
enme into town last Saturday mon
lng iii"- nowt intimate friends failn
to r. cognl/.o him, and every hor*
ulong tho street broke loose mi
stampeded tb tho chu Ut ry. il
looked like H forked cotton bal
with o hal ph the t<.p end, and
decided Inclination to wahhl
\Vh ti Col. Hush and Jot Jone- ni
wo'.ii ! bini tin y found timi llO Im
ou f uir suits of flannels, throe |?:ti
of pants, two ?.?.. t - three ooatsj t>
pair ?if gooks, one pair of boot
theil moro socks, three overcoat
u bawl hud ton yunis <>f baggln
then another overcoat ami it td.:
ki t and a duster mid Konto rim
punts, mid a bed '?'tilt wrappi
u rn un 1 his lau . and lu ad, anti
. ni ill bllU'k li ?! and t WO pairs
gloves and hts hands in his *,.<>< !..
and yon couldn't KOO any <?f hi
exe? pi one oyo and Hie end of not
The filirplllH dUdS taken off of Iii
exactly JIU?-?! an empty crooke
crate. I ?0 Wttfi sp? oeillet S w hen th
finished -'.nicking him, but win
he recovored he slate.I pointed
ilia! ll? intento?! to keep warm if
involved this country lu a ci1
war.- Thomson ( Po*.) Journal,
Township Asa, H?nien
The following mimed (routh m
ure hereby appointed n Hoard
Township Assessors for tho lr r<
pect Ivo Town-ihip:
1. aurons Township-J. O.
Fleming, Capt. John Moore, ,1.
Young's Township-l>r. M.
Cox, .In -. A. Harks, .Ins. A. Riddl
Dial biwuvhip-T. M. Babb, N.
Harksdalo, .lohn Ll, Switzer, v
Sullivan Tow.n.-.hip-W. L, Iii
kins, T. J. Sullivan, \V. J. Balintl
Waterloo Tpwnship-?-F. H. Ct
fnan, J. F. Henderson, T. n. Wile
Cross Hilt Township-M.
Tongue, John J. McGowan, O.
Hunier Township-??. F. Van
John t?. Davis, W. ll. Farrow.
Jacks Town9hp T. M. Hetz
Thus J. Hutton, T. J. Duckett,
Hy rd, W. A. Mcclintock, J. H. .
The assessors above appoin
will pienso meei al tho Audit
office oft Wednesday tfic 3-Hh <
of Fob, to make the assessment
thir respective Township.
C. M. [/ANO! i
Jun. 27, saift . 2?1 1
"... >.-. '
Tho King of Dahouioy has 3,000
wi viv. Tho missionaries arter
An English sliver penny of mod
ern dato ii worth 60 foots.
Tin? now Washington inmisi?n
of Colonel John li ay li.is cost him
Anthracite coal mined in Penn
sylvania acjhi for $25 a toil in tli"
Cily of Mexico.
A now towtWn Kassia hus hara
named io New York ia honor of
tho American, metr?polis.
A n imo pier 8.10? fr? l ia length
ls hoing built .'.l Boston. Ii will
bo tiio Longest in tho world.
Tin? throe groat men produced hy
Vermont uro Brigham' Young,
lillian Alien and Oeorgo l'\ lid
man... The lutlor I *aupp<i .! io haye
a mission to und > tho work of th?
fernier, hut ?I i tough job, because
polygamy In thu lOusI i; said lo '.<?
worse than polygamy in tho West.
A Lesson In Government.
Philadelphia Ledger (Ind.)
Ho tho best goveirnnu nt whether
of a family or a S!.',t--, by no menus
Implies tho larg? .-.t nmounl of au
thority. The chihlr II who are al
ways?coerced, and th ?jubiectsAvho
oro tyrannized over, all? . rise In
revolt when they are able; and tlx j
command whh ii was (.bought to bc
Rostrong is soiittcrered to tho winds.
lt is the qui? i e.mind that ? ntim s
Itself to needful limits nnd seeks ti?
make i's subjects self-controlled
that is the most powerful und en
during. Tho strong? it Influence, i
always,thc gentlest and tho Ional
self-ass? rt In r.
Our next door neighbor, Mexico
i-" having ti little Insurrection of Its
??wa. It is said that tho ordinary oc
cupation of Hie average Mexican
consisted in smoking cigarettes and
eating ?red pepper, varied with an
occasional assassination of a neigh
bor Sueii hoing th?% ease, ari insur
rection ought ; ?lot te lu a very diffi
cult affair to get up, nor very for
midable after ii was gotten.
V inc v.
Httiet KOO I mi Hin
A i nv;NS, J ia. 2?;.
7 VJ ?SJ 8 J ?
12 % V 13
4.?? (3 7.")"
l? of 20
12', (./. 15
15 < 20
j. .i. I't.uss. .i. w. tfaaouKON.
'i ho old linn of Boyd, IMuss A ? !o.
having dissolved by inutual con-1
sent, tho undersigned have ferne d
a co-partnership ?re! will koop a
full Stock of ?r?mHy Groceries und '
Wo ire also A g ts? lor \Vaudo Ker-J
ti' /. r and Aclu I'hospaie.
?,;'J~ Mr. IMuss, in behalf of Ibo !
old I ?'ino, take-- t hi-o..nov unit y to
extend his thanks for past fa vers j J
and now solicits for tho new flrni, '
.-; lib? i ?tl patronage.
< mr friends w il! ph ase notice
t : ut t we occupy the halal . uno brich
building of Mi\ O. I-'. Little, eli tho
corner (if Main iliVd (! irpcr SI reids,
whore wo will he glad to welcome
PLU.SS ? ;'?.!iiir.-'u\.
Laurens, .<. C., Jun. liG, I 386.
Stateoi South Caro li un,
M NMN PLKA!
? Nam \ Bah iiiltb , David P. Bul
entino, Ubbc rt M. Baient I no und
? B< njamin V. Bah ntin? . PluliillMs,
against William i. (Valentine and
!.. T. fl, Dani I ns
(ors of the estai
1?.dont im-, doc? ici (h
liaient ino in hin Own
V. ii. ia m J. i
..i flit, A. li
. linio ti t t.
Bolcnl it"'. Warre <
IrbyT. ii nh nt inc,! 'a ile-ri ne If.Pltt.i
lilt/nbolli Daniel, Juno Knight,Adi ?
j Gullies, niarga rel t '. don I Ino, J no. A.
i Bah illino, lid r.. Balontiue, ls titia
I rni ?, linnell ino Balontiue; John L.
BulOiitlnOt lull \ !? aland, Lilly
('loveland nnd Lb ??de Baient I u?>,
Defendant --.Summons for Relief,
?Tot ho Defendants above-named
Yoi! are Hereby .Summoned
and required to tin s wei1 thc com
plaint m thiii aotid'n, Which is filed
in tin- office of < 'ierk Court, for 1 -au
rea . < 'OHnty, and to sers o a copy of
y^oiir answ?r.to tin aid complaint
Oil tho i;limailer ai 1rs (i'fpcq at
1, mi en - t '. 11.. . oath ( 'andina,
within, twenty dnys after tho -er
yicjQ liorcof, delusive oftlio day of
sm li ?otWiCCj and If you fail to
answer the complaint within !h'e
tim.! aforesaid, 1 Im plaintiffs in this
action will apply te tho Court for
thu reiief demanded iii tho Com
J. T. JOHNSON,
D.if.-d bi e. flth, A. D. 1885.
ii. W. Sin.r,!, c. r. c. r.
To th? Defendants Has? Hine. Val
entine, .Ioho L. Huh nti ie, tn?
( levohioil and Lilly ( loveland -
You will ph.nae toko noiico that
the summons and CQDlpjulut in this
action w?TO filed in thu otl?ooof the
Clerk ?>f the < ?tirt ?>f Coioinon
IMOHM for Laurens Comity, South
< 'arollna, on T>ftc. H, JhHf?.
J, Ti .1? >?iNN()N,
IMalniitfH' Altocm v.
Dec. I fi, lsM. '?0
Tho same popular branda of Foi
continua to fully maintain (hoir V.x
Dolivorod ot ?ill pointa on eithov
Fiscal Year 1886-1836.
IN pursuance of an Act ot tho
( louornl Assembly of s. C., appoved
Doc. tho 24th, 1881, a general assess
mont of property for taxation w ill
commence on Jan. tho 1st, 1886, and
continuo until tin- 20th day of Reb
uary. All property, both Heal and
Personal, must li?' returned for tax
ation, and all changOH lu realty
since May, 1881, must bo noted In
returns, buring tho above time
my office ai Lauren- C. 11, will bc
op.ai for tho reception of relatais,
and for tho convenience of the tax
payers, i will also attend at the fol
lowing placen at ibo tinio specified,
lo wit :
Dial's Township, Gloodgion's,
Sullivan's Township, Tumbling
Shoals, Keb. Otb.
Sullivan's Township, Brewerton,
Waterloo Township, Mt. Oalla
gher, l i'ii. l Ith.
Waterloo Township, Ooo. Moore's
Pol), i I.
Ml undo cUizona botwoon tb.? ages oj
21 und MO your? ari- inxublo Polia, except
Hmso who aro ineiipublo of earning sup
p< rt by hoing mutmocl Or from any othor
Ou nor.i of il; .il hlstato will take
Notice that Full Uetttrns bf Heal
Property will be robu I re !.
Ait. r lb.- 201 li 'lay of Ir'ob., ISSU, 50 per
uei)t. poa illy will nt Inch on nil pi'oporly
UOt 1 i^te'il for taxation.
O. M. LANGSTON',
f ?ec. 0-18 st
Wo will sell at public outcry on
Salo Day In February, 1880:
I. Tract of Land cont.lining Three
Hun.ired and thirty (880) acres,
hioroor loss, about four miles below
Wah i'oo, s. C., bounded by lands
ofHenrj Puller, .lohn f?. Pinson
Ciar, nee Clinlllgham, and others
I nown as tho Btvxtor place-six
horse farm mostly freshly cleared ;
splendid wood land, heavily tim
bered with oak, hickory and pine,
vs < !i u atored,several streams, three
or four excellent spring- and a well.
Tenant houses ?rn traci. A mag
2, Tract containing Sixty-two
(02) acres, moro or less, within less
than a milo of Waterloo, H. C., boun
ded hy la mis of John IL Wharton,
Joseph Poarco and others, known
as tho Walker Tract. The place
has a settlement on it, is in a. good
neighborhood and convenient te
Tenant.? now on these Tracts
with whom contracta can he inude
terms:- one-half cash, balance on
January 1st, 1887. hearing interest
from day of Sale, and secured bj
mortgage on placo bought. Ali eau
bo paid Cash, If preferred.
A. E. N ANCC,
L. W. Ht MIC i MM, Ag't.
Jun. 22, 1887. .
A ( loveland paper gives promi
nence to tho repot that Mrs. Oar
tield is writing u biography of hoi
tilizor sold by us last season, and usod with such general ?satisfaction,
jollonce and uniform quality.
Rail Road. Write or 93Ud for prices and lunn*
In order to mcot tho demands of our creditors, wo offer our entiro
Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gouts' Furnishing doods at ?ntl be io tr
Now York Cost, for the next thirty dayw. Any one wanting anything
n our line will do well to examino our Stock beforo |![purcha?ring else*
Wo have In connection with our Clothing Department, a splendid
assortment of Jowelry, consisting of Watohes, Watch Chains, Cuff and
Collar Duttons, Scarf Pins and various other things too numerous to
mention, which wo are closing out very cheap.
.As wo aro soiling our goods at Cost, wo must havo tho Cath. Can't
LEAKE ?ft PATTON,
C. W. HENSON
Restaurant and Saloon,
Over 835 Broad Street,]
I E?V Meals fnrnishod at all hours, oonsistino; of all tho suriHtontlal? ana flail*
I cac io? of tho season. Hverything scrupulously neat, tho best or order kept, anet
1 (lu- politest attention given.
LAURENS G. H.. Sa C.
1 have on hand a Lot of FINK METALLIC, CEDAR, WALNUT
aim1 ROSEWOOD BURIAL CASES and CA8KETU, also, a Lot ot
Cheap Coffins from $5.00 upwards.
r?Sr Hearse furnished on all occasions at small pr loa
?. B. HUNTER.
COTTON ANO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
a * . t;*. v rv* \.i? \ Ti
A OK NT Von
MASSEY'S COTTON (JINS, FEEDERS and CONDENSERS, and
I,EE'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL LIME.
Charge foihandling Cotton reduced to 60c. por baie corontiasieas}
2.rM\ per halo storage.
Liberal CASI 1 ADVANCER made on CotfoA In Store.
tor PERSONAL ATTENTION given to Weighing and Helling-,
omeo and Warehouse, 003 Reynolds St., Augusta? Ga.