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I.AUIIKNS, Fob. 17th, 1880.
?top at Cray's Olobe. Hotel, Augusta, Qa.
GRAY ia a South Carolinian and ex
toad* a "Carolina wolcome" to all bis
Tho mall on the Laurens Railroad
reached this placo at 3 o'clock, A. SI.,
Saturday, being dolayed at Nowberry
for about eight hourn, on aoeouut of an
accident to tho angine, w hich rendered
lt necessary to send t<> Columbia for
locomotive. Thia alao prevented a num
ber of young people td' Nowborry and
Clinton from ?ttoiulllig tho hall on Fri
Dr. Carlisle's Lecturo,
On Friday ovening, in tho College
Chapel, waa greatly onjoyod by a large
audience. Not only was his address ro
pleto with valuable information, but
withal, delivered In his characteristic,
easy, but forcible stylo. Ho gave a ?hort
biographical sketch of MAUTHA LAIT
KI:rei, In roviowlng the lifo of this truo
Carolina woman, Dr. CAIU.ISI.K Im
preaaod many important truths upon
tho young ladlos of the College, and tho
young mon and boys of I ?au rena.
Tko Court bf General Sessions was
oj to ned on Monday last His Honor Judge
KVRHHAW proaldlng. Solicitor DUN
CAN, whose namo brings terror to all
criminals, and Mr. LAW, tho courteous
and efficient stenographer, woro prompt
ly at their post.
Tho following casos which woro con
tinued from tho last Torin of Court, woro
Htato vs. Jno. D. Sheahan, and Stair?
vs. Max Zarok, retailing Spirituous and
intoxicating liquor without n IICOUHC,
Verdict in each caso, not guilty.
Truo Bills were returned in tho fol
Htato va. Einuiollno (donn and lb
Glenn, Assault and Battery with Intent
State vs. Marshall Williams. Assault
and Dattory- -Continued hy tho defend
State vs. Jno Adams, Larceny.
Htato vs. LewisHtoWart- murder-will
bo trlotl Tuesday.
Htato vs. Ira Hughes- murder-Will
be tried on Wednesday.
Htato vs. W. H. Bryson, murder-will
be tried tm Thursday.
St. Valent ino Itali
The anual hall of the Laurena Dancing
;. Club WM glvon at Watts' Hall, last Fri
day evening ami was pronounced by
munyi, the most brilliant of all preceding
entert ni iimen ts. Tho young mon under
whoso auspices this entertainment was
glvon, have lmt rocontly organized tho
Laurens Dancing Club, with tho follow?
Ingoftlcers: L.R.?RUY, President] G. H.
GARRBTT, H. M. W ILK KI, Vico-Proal,
Tho various committees were as fol
COMMUTER ON INVITATION:
A. H. Sholl, Leo Simpson J. A. Copc
Alt II A NOR UK NTS:
H. II. Sherard, W. II. Dial, Frank
Maj. N. H. Harris, Dr. W. C. Irby, Capt.
J* D. Byrd.
Coll'and MT*. R. C. Watts, Dr. and
Mrs. J.E. Wilkes, Mrs. S. P. Richard?
JONIOU COMM I IT BK:
Maj. A'. A. Watt?, K. 1*. Simpson, J.
L. K. Irby, u. s. Garrott, Loo Simpson.
Promptly at niuo o'clock dancing
eoinmonced, and lusted until three.
Heidorn han Laurens been honored by
more beautiful visiting bolles, than on
Miss Tennant, of Columbia, woro
wblto nun's veiling trimmed with satin.
Misa Lilly White, of Greenville, woro
blue satin, embroidered front, cardinal
auiin court train.
Miss Brucie White, of Oroenvillo, rod
nun's veiling, oriontal lace.
tis? J ossie Richardson, ilgured
swiss, bluo satin waisted, oriental lace.
Miss Lissie Davenport, of High Point,
old gold satin, flowers.
Mis? Jcannett McFarland, of Cheraw,
Illa? nun's veiling, oriontal Ieee, corals.
Mian Lucille Swindler, pink satin
.nd nuii'? veiling.
MlaaGussio Barrett, black ailk and
Misa Alma Demeut, cream nun's
veiling, oriental lace, pink ribbons.
Mira Lain Llttlo, white tarlotan, old
gol.i satin waist antf spangles.
Misa Lilly Harris, white tarlatan and
Miss Nora King, black silk, Jot trim
Mia? Sheahan, whlto tarlotan and
Mrs. Richardson, black silk and
Misa I.alhi Moore, of Cokesbury, whito
talotau and brocaded satin.
Miss Lilly Hunter, of Hpartanlmig
County, garnui autln.
Miss Anido Reynolds, of Greenwood,
wblto satin, rot.es.
Miss Goorgia Harbie, of Augusto,
white tarlotan, cardinal ribbon?.
Mia? Hartzog, ol Greenwood, cream
satin and luce, Howers.
Mis? Josslo Copolaud, of Clinton, pink
Miss Ina Haynes, of tireen ville, white
brocaded sut in, beaded lace.
Mrs. ?I. K. Wilkes Nlle-groen silk
trimmed with point applique lace.
Among tho gentleman present, we
. notleo: Capt. Jno. M. Clark, A. M.
?J Boat wright, Geo. Bryan, Monteith
Moses, of Augusta.
J. K. Nichols, Willie Miller, Eugene
Dsilsy ?nd Mr. Hayes, of Greenwood.
W. J. Moore, of Cokesburv; Charlo*
Hpelghtf of < inion vi He, Dre yt. Lai io of
Newberry, Mr. Hart*yof Lal ti noora, R.
It. T. Chapman of Hpartanburg, Bolton
Hulll/an, W. \>, Boyd and L. B. Whatley,
Courtly, Willie Mills of Greenville.
Tbs music, furnished upon this oeoa
by a Charlotte bund, was oxeeptlonably
?rood} and the verdiot of all whoattond
ed, I?, that the St. Vident mo Ball was .
very pleasant a o ur.
Did you get A V?lentlue?
Dwelling house? Aro groAtly in de
main' in Laurens.
Misses MCCAMTS will move into tho
Ilondelhi iiotci noxt week.
OnAY A Soi,M VAN havo connuotod
tholr stoic and warehousesby t?l?phona.
..Dad" Kor,KM NON will bo hero in a fow
days with a lot of tine of horses, brought
A snail can go SOO feet A dAV. YOU soo,
hu doesn't atop to goMip with every
bug he meets.
Mr. LAW, of Stony "Point, Abbeville
Co., lost un out-hou?e containing 600 gal
lons of wine, last wook.
Wo eal lattontlon to a not loo of J. O.
C. Phoning A Co. in another column
They mean what they Hay. Now ia tho
Hmo buy aehool book?.
The Counoil has Issued nn order grant
ing to the C., I.. A S. Pailioad the privi
lege of grading the Btroot leading from
Robertson'*? Hotel to their depot.
KM and lb GI.KNN, two noKro women
who wero convicted of assaulting Chief
of Pollco KICIIKMIKIIOKU, were sen
tcneed to Rix months imprisonment in
Tho frlotdaand rotative? of ROBRRT J.
LAWSON will bo pained to loam of bis
doath, which occurred at bia homo in
this placo, on Cob. lath. The deceased
diod of paralysis.
Wc had tho pleasure of meeting Vr. A,
Nt, BoATWAiOHfji tho popular manager of
tho J. P. WIIITK A Co. stores. Ho In
forms ns that tho Cash Co. havo decided
to closo their business at thin placo at
once, and his visit to Laurens is for this
Laatwook wo made a statement willoh,
aa we since learn, was orronoous. Tho
right of Capt. SWITZ SR to koop up bis
mill-dam has novor boon triod by a jury
The caso ha? boon boforo tho court?, but
baa novor boon triod on tho merits. We
make this corrootiou lu order that no in
justice will bo dono.
Rev. J. A. Martin, of Laurens, S. C.,
who baa boon called to fill tho pulpit of
Baptist church In Rasley this year, proa
chod hi? first sermon on Sunday last,
which was very Impressive, to a large and
apprclativo audlonco. Mr. Martin ls a
len i e<l young divine and hasentored In
to Ids work with much real and devo
tion and wo hope his labors among our
I,copio may result In muoh good.-Kits
.Tudgo KKRHAW ls stopping at tho
W. J. MOORR, Ksq., spont sovoral days
ill town last Week.
Miss MOOTIK, of Cokosbury, is visiting
at Mr. W. IL GII.KKIIBON'S.
Col R. C. WATTS and LKWIH W. SIM
KINS, Ksq., at tended Court At Newberry
last Wt eli .
Miss MARY WILLIAMS, who had chargo
of the primary department of tho Lau
ron? V ill 0 Ko m al? College last year, spont
a few flays with friends here last week.
She will open a Behool in this County
Miss LILLIE and her sister Miss Put -
en: WIIITK, of Greenville, aro visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wi LICKS.
These young ladios aro tho daughters,
of Capt. W.'R. Wit ITS, the genial host
of tho Kxeha.igo Hotel of that city.
DOltltOlI I*. O.
It appears that public sentiment, or
something olae, ls about to got hold of
Homebody, from tho way tho dcputloH
have been riding of late.
Mr. Stlirkey, Chief Bridge Builder for
Pico Si Coleman, ls here now framing
the trestles to bo used hotwoon here and
Greenville. Material for track-laying ls
also slowly coming in.
Mr. II. A. Gray, now of Williamstou,
paid this plaeo a pleasant visit a fow
day? ago, ami hail a pleasant ro-union
With several tnomhnrs of his family, at
the residence of J. I". Gray.
Mr. L. W. K. Putinan has a flourish?
ing school at Crack Nook. Crack Nook
wont down at t he bidding of anyone
"You may break, you may ; hatter tho
rowe, lt' you Will,
But tho scent of the roios will cling
.round lt still."
A Mr. Wood passed through tn I K
neighborhood a few weeks Ago, exhibit
ing a Patent Lovel, to be Used by farm
ers In terracing their land. Many of our
best farmers aro well ploasod with Ho*
Idea ami the Instrument, ami intend to
uso lt on their farm? hereafter.
i. .ir, Dor*oh received a car-load ot
goods on yesterday, willoh he has neatly
arranged in lu . now storo at this place.
He also received a car-load of guano.
The people of thlH section aro aBRiircd
that they snail not suffer for the nocos
saricH of life, at least for ono more year,
that is, I mean, provided they can make
Hatisfaetory ar rangement H.
One of tho coldest days that wo havo
had this winter, Sam Ball happened to
got a bullet lodged in his gun. Kor fear
of hurting some ono, Sam went away oil'
by himself and commenced the tedious
process of picking powdor into tho tube
to blow tho im I lei out. Aftor repeating
this process about a dosen times, And
when At length on the point of froozlng,
lt occurred to him to blow into the mus?
/.le, when he found t here was no bullet
there, und hadn't neon., I don't know
whether Sam s wore any or not ; of course
hu had to get to the house and warm up
a little the Hi st thing.
A colored man named Ruttier, an ox
convlot of Aiken county, but living thia
year on Mr. Q. P. CopelAnd's place, wa?
so severely burned, by falling In the fire
ono night last week, that ho lived only
a few hours, Ho w?a suffering from
dropsy, ?nd it I? supposed that he had
an attack of syncope.
William Cook, colored, while cutting
timber on Mr. A. M. Copolsnd's plaoe,
a few days ago, WAS struck ou tho bend
by a falling limb, and waa so nearly
hos 1 pod, that lt would havo delighted a
bloody ( om manchen to have ??en billi.
Sallie Hutchison, colored, who I? cook
ing for Mrs. S. T. Balley, WM fearfully
scalded, . day or two since, by the explo
si?n of an old fashioned tin coffee pot.
Hill Simpson, also colored while assis
ting Mr. W. K. Balley, toraisonp ?bro
ken logged mule waa so ?overly bitten by
tho mule, as to necessitate the uso of
crutches. This is n considerate chapter
The Burnt Cork amateures, gaye the
first of a aeries of entertainment, at
Owens hall, on tho 9th inst. Tho man
agement was un dor K. B. du-vin, and to
say that it was a success, ls only faint
praise Evorybody laughed thoir All.
Tho Ladies Aid Sooioty, reposted with
Important variations, on the l'2th inst;
ono of thoir inimatablo outertalnmonts,
in aid of (ho college building fund.
Uko every thing thoy uuurtook, it
panned out all right.
W. FI. Franks, "Old Pensacola," hus
boen conspicuous in tho lower section
oftho country, for tho past wook, Ills
biiHinoss hus boen to summon jurors
and Witnesses, to the approaching torin
3/r. J. r>. Culbertson, who has boon
quite sick, is, weare glad to say, Improv
?Vrs. Dunn, wife of our postmaster at
this place, ls quito Hick. Wo hopo to soe
her quito well lu a short time.
Farmers aro busy sow ing oats, and
sxy If they ralso any oats, they havo got
to sow thom yet.
Wo think that if somothing doa* not
happen we will have a marriage to re
port before long. I/Ook boro, now, cou
sin "J," vou need not deny it.
Tho Trustees of School District No. 5,
mot ut Centervllle, Saturday, Fob. 6th.
They transacted thoir business In poaco
and harmony, as they always do, to tho
satisfaction of everyono Interestod.
.Messrs. A. JfoNlnoh and Oeorgo Mc
Daniel wont In seining a fow nights ago.
They caught a cold, and probably a few
fish. Thoy must have had "dried fruity
or good nerves, to stay in tho wator vory
CROSS ll I t,l..
The oats crop Ia seriously damaged by
tho cold. Wheat is damaged to some
Richard C. Simpson, of this placo died
on tho Otb inst., of influenza. Ho was
never married; was Industrious beyond
most mon; was a mom ber of the Pres
byterian jhurch. Ho was a brothor of
Dr. Eh (J. Simpson, and of tho late J.
Wells Simpson, of Laurons.
Two negro boys of this vicinity, aged
about 10 or 12 years, g?t into a quarrel
tho other day, when one of them whipped
out a pistol and shot tho other in tho
head, inflicting a slight flesh wound.
This is another instance of tho danger
of carrying tho "nimble pistol." Thoro
Is^ a law that forbids tho earring o?
deadly woapons, yot every day we
hoar of cases where thc; law is violated,
and but seldom do wo hoar of anyone
being punished for it. Many homes aro
made deso?ste and much .Mullering been
caused by tho non-enforcement of the
law. What is tho matter? Aro wo de
goncratlng into barbarism, whero every
man's hand is against bis neighbor, and
whore lifo is never safe. It is a strange
indication of tho enlightenment and
civilization of tho 19th century. Our
forefathers wont armed to protect them
selves from tue savage Indians, and we
?o armed to kill each oilier. Sad com
ment on the education, religion and
in?rala of the age. Let the law bo en
forced without fear or favor, and let the
"nimble pistol" bo cousigned to ob
A lumberman out Wost being poor
ly provided with moans of sustnancc
for his mon, fed them with pork
cooked with the rind upon lt. A
yoting mun of the company, not
iiking that outer notion of tho food,
was observed by tho host to bo re
moving tho outside covering,
whereupon mino host Haid, "Young
man, we oat lind and nil hon?." To
which the youth replied, "All right,
old man, I'm cutting it off for you."
-Tho promises of (?od spring
from or out of his own plcusuro.
Their foundation ls tho unchangea
Heness of (Ind. A knowledge of
this grniifl truth made Paul cheer
ful In tho midst of groat trials.
Our Ignora nee of find ls the source
of all our UK "My people uro des
troyed for hick of knowledge" is the
declaration of tho Scriptures.
Town of Laurens
Year Ending Jan. 13th,
BE it Ordained hythe intendant
and WARDRNH oftho town of Lau
rens In Council assembled:
' Section l. That a tax for tho year
lotti' for tho samo und in the mau*
ncr horolnaftor proscribed, shall bo
raised und paid Into the treasury
of tho town for tho usc and services
thereof, that ls to say:
Section 2. Thirty cents on every
hundred dollars worth of real es
tate within the eorporato limits of
the town, oxeopt such property ns
belong to, or ls occupied by Relig
ious, Charitable or Literary Asso
SALES OF OOODS, WARES AC.
Section :i. Thirty cents on every
hundred dollars of income from thc
sales of goods, Wares and Merchan
dise miulo by any person or persons
between tho loth day of Jan, 1880,
and the loth tiny of Jun. 1887, the
amounts to bo estimated by these
made during tho samo length of
timo the preceding year.
Section 4. Thirty couts for every
hundred dollars oftho Inoomo ari
sing from Factorage Kmplymonts
or Faculties, from the practice of
tho nrofessions of law, medicine
Section 5, F very agent or firm
doing business for, or representing
fire and lifo insurance companies
shall pay $2.00 for each company so
represented, payable in advance.
Section 6. Every agent or firm
receiving, delivering and selling
Fertilisers within the incorporate
limits, shall make a report under
oath on tho 1st day of May next,
to tho town council, the amount of
for ti lizers sold, and shall puy there
for thirty cents on every ono hun
dred dollars income on such sales.
Section 7. Every agent or firm
receiving on consignment for sale
on commission, maehinery sueh as
mills, engines, gins, sulky plows,
reapers, mowers and threshers shall
pay a license of ten dollars per an
num, one-half payable in advance,
the other half at the expiration of
Section 8. Incense for every auc
tioneer $1(1 per annum, one-half
payable in advance, tho remainder
nt tlie expiration of six months.
Section 9. Ten dollars u day by
any Itinerant Trader or nctioneer
offering for salo within tho Incor
porate limits of the Town Laurens
any goods, wares or merchandise
at auction or otherwise without
having paid the above specified tax,
he or they shall be fined at the dis
cretion of the Connell for each day
be or they may offer, provided the
provisions of this ordinance shall
not bo construed as to apply to the
ordinary products of the farm.
Scetiou 10. That all persons liable
to work on tho streets; ways urn!
roads bo required to render i days
labor on said streets or to have the
right to commute the samo by pay
ing $3; and if any porson Hablo to
this duty shall fall or refused to
work or mako pnymont after due
notice, shall bo held liablo to the
penalltles as prescribed by the laws
of the State for person refusing to
work on roads.
Section ll. That all persons own
ing roal estate within the Incorpo
rate limits of tho town of Laurenst
?hall thouroughly repair and keep
repaired the side walks rn front of
same, on or before the 1st day May
next; any person or persons refus
ing to make such repairs by said
timo or shall neglect to do so within
20 days after written notice to make
said repairs then the council will
make the necessary repairs and
charge tho cost of samo to owners
of said lands and shall proceed to
collect the same in the manner pro
vided by law.
Section 12. For every Bagatelle
or Hilliard table or Howling alley
for public use $.'10 each.
Section 18. One-boi^so Dray $0;
Two-horse Dray $13; feed and sale
stable $25; general feed Livery and
salo stable $50; ?ne-balf to be paid
in advance the balanco in six
Section 14. For any show, circus
or Public performance not to ex
ceed $500; at tho discretion of the
Section 15. One dollar for every
gold watch; 50 cents for ea h silver
watch or any baser metal kept for
Soction 10. License for ovory un
dertaker tl5; one-half payable in
advance balance at expiration of six
Section 17. For every pleasure
carrlago $1; and every pleasure
buggy 50 cents.
Section 18. For every Meat Mar
ket $25 per annum, payable quar
terly in advance, und any person
selling fresh meats, such as Beef,
Pork, Kid or Mutton, without lirst
having obtained license, sbnll pay
$2 for each offence.
Section li?. He lt further or
dnined that the tuxes on real es
tate shall be paid according to the
Valuation made by the Hoard ap
pointed to make the assessments
und other taxes according to the
returns made under oath to tho
Clerk of Council.
Section 20. And be lt further or
dninodj that all tuxes .shall be paid
on, or before tho 15th of March
next ; and if any person shall refuse
or neglect payment of the tuxes
herein; levied within tho Bpoelflod
time. Tho Clerk of Council is here
by authorised and required to add
twenty per cent, to the amount ol
the taxes of the person, or persons
thus neglecting und refusing, and
if the tax and percent is not paid
within twenty days, lt shall be thc
duty of the (Merk to Issue tm execu
tion tit once, and collect the same
by due process of law.
Done and ratified in Council, and
veal of tho Corporation of tho sahl
Town of Laurens affixed
ii. H.) thereto, this tho 10th day
of February 1880.
B. E. MARTIN, Intendant.
o. D. ANDERSON, Clerk.
Settlement and Final
Hy permission of A. W. Burn
side, Probate Judge, I will settle
tin* Estate of John Wise, defensed
ut his ?iflce at Laurens C. II., s. c.
on the ?it h day of March 18R0, nt It
o'clock, a, m., aud at the sumo time
will apply for a Anal diftchnrgc.
All persons having demand*
against said estate aro heroby not!
fled to [?resent, tho same in dm
form, on or before said ?lay, or In
forever barred. And nil Indebted
are required,to make paymont bj
I Feb. 3d, '86-27-41,
Tho samo popular brands of For
continue to fully maintain their exec
Delivered at all points on either
gg_LL? sst_i-j._r. '.. _..j j ?
Fiscal Year 1886-1886.
IN pursuance of an Act ol the
General Assembly of S. C., appoved
Dec. the 24th, 1884, u general assess
ment of property for taxation will
commence on .Inn. thc 1st, ls8<>, and
continue until the 20th day of Feb
uary. All property, both Real and
Personal, must bc returned for tax
ation, and nil changes in realty
since May, 1884, must be noted in
returns. During thc above time
my ellice at Laurens C. IL will be
open for thc reception of returns,
and for tho convenience of thc tax
payers, I will also attend at thc fol
lowing places nt thc time specified,
Dial's Township, Goodgion's,
Sullivan's Township, Tumbling
Shoals, Fob. Otb.
Sullivan's Township, Brewerton,
Waterloo Township, Mt. Galla
gher, Keb. 11th.
Waterloo Township, (?co. Moore's i
AU malo citir.ens between tho ?gen OJ
21 und OU yeiirs are taxable Tolls, except
those who aro incapable of earning sup
port by bein? maimed or from any other
Owners of Real Estate will take
Notice that Full Returns of Real
Property will lie re bu ired.
After the 2oth day of Fob., lss?, .Vi por
cent, penalty will attach on all property
not listed for taxation.
G. M. LANGSTON,
Township Ass ssment.
Thc following named gentlemen
1 arc hereby appointed H Board of
1 Township Assessors for their res
I Laurens Township-J. O. C.
. Fleming, Capt, J olin Moore, J. M.
1 Voung's Township- Dr. M. C.
1 Cox, Jus. A. Purks, Jas. A. Riddle.
I Dial township-T. M. Babb, N. L.
, Barksdale, John R. Switzer.
Sulllvun Township-W. L. Hop
kins, T. J. Sullivan, W. J. Ballntinc.
! Waterloo Township-F. D. Cole
man, J. F. Henderson,T. B. Wllcut.
I Cross Hill Township-M. M.
Teague, John J. McGowan, G. M.
, Hunter Township-?. F. Vance,
John 0. Davis, W. IL Farrow.
Jacks Townshp T. M. Sotzler,
Thoa J. Hatton, T. J. Duckett.
Scufflotown Township-J. D.
Byrd, W. A. Mcclintock, J. B. An
Tho assessors above appointed
? will please meet at tho Auditor?
i office on Wednesday tho 24th day
of Feb. to make tho assessment for
iii 1 r respective Township.
G. M. LANGSTON,
Auditor, Ii. C.
1 Jan. 27, 1887 20 4t.
! DOWNI DOWNI
; Rock Bottom Prices.
? Now is the tim? to encourage the
1 scholar with a new hook.
r A large lot of
to bo sold in the next Sixty Days
nt prices to suite tho hard times.
J. O. C. VLFM?NO * CTX I
IE UND RELIABLE.
tlllzor sold by us lost season, and used with such goners! da tlsf action
>llcnce and uniform quality.
Rall Road. Write or simd for pri?es and terms
Oiro-U-lSLir HST o J2_
In order to meet the demands of our creditors, we offer our entlra
Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gents' Furnishing Uoods at And below
New York Cont, for the next thirty days. Any one wanting anytfelnff
n our line will do well to examine' our Stock before purchasing elie?
We have in connection with our Clothing Departmont, a splendid
assortment of Jewelry, consisting of Watches, Watch Chaim, Caff and
Collar Buttons, Scurf Pins and various other things too numerous to
mention, which we are closing nut very cheap.
As we ure selling our goods at Cost, wv. v.t?st have tho Cat h. Can't
LEAKE A PATTON.
LAURENS C. H.. 8. C.
Can always be found a full lino of Medium and Cheaper Gradea of
OJPJKI* AND TOP BUGGIES,
At lower price? tban at any other house this ?Ide of Cincinnati. 'IT i.' work
(sall made to order, is lighter running and better finished than the o l MS
of work generally sold as staudard Vehicles. But I hare Just rewired a full
Un? of Fine Family
Carriages, Photons and Cabriolets !
Just received, another shipment of those Fine Open and Top Bungles,mada
upon special orders by the best manufacturers North and Bast. Nothing btv
lng used In the construction of theso Vehicles but the best materials, and lu
?uallty, style and finish, are unequaled by any others now In tho market,
n stock a full line of
SADDLES AND H AUN ESS,
AU grades, which I will offer at lower prioes than have ever before beew
known In the history of tho business. Milburn, Studebaker and Standar*
Plantation Wagons, all sizes. Oak and Hemlock Hole Leather, Calf Ski ns,She*
Findings, Carriage and Wagon Materials, Harness Leather. Belt Lacing ai
superior quality, Rubber and Leather Belting. Also, a fall line of
Guns, Shells, Pewder, Shot, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Plow Points for all
makes, Nails, Ax Hoes, Picks and Mattooks. Pitchforks, Shovels, Spades.
Steelyards and Scale Beams, Grindstones, Rakes, Padlocks, Carpenters'
Tools, Files, Hinges. Window Sash. D tors and Blinds, Farm and Courela
Bells, which I am offering at lowest cash pri?es.
A. H. GOODYEAB, ASBNT,
(Successor to R. H. May & Co.,) at the Old Sund, opposite Georgia Kati*
road Bank. 704 Broad aireet.
ANDERSON, BOYD & CO.
FRICK 60.'S O Girt ES, SEPARATORS,
Agent? for the Celebrated
OSBORNE Mowers, Reapers and Bi
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