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LAURENS, Feb. 24th, t886.
t?op ?t erny's Olobo Hotol, Augusta, Qa.
?RAY in a South Carolinian and ox
..ada a ?'Carolina welcome" to all Ids
|ttsst*. , , -, ,
Laurena is Koon to have a bakery.
"All ia net gold that glitters"-don't
A dlm? ahoy/ ls now ono of tho attrac
tions of our town.
jpPfv. J. Y. FA i n preached a most ex
Wnt sermon last Sunday, on tl:? "Effica
Tho Auditor'? books have boon closed
and ait who have failed fb make returns
munt pay (lie penalty.
Tho busiuoss of thc Couru.was sus
pended on Monday last, it being tho 22d
of February, which in a logal holiday.
Our timuka aro duo Congressman
PKRRY for favors lu tho shape of publie
documonts wldch hoon received from
time to limo.
Merchants advertise that they Kell
gooda below coat, but, this cannot wo bo
.voided so long aa farra ors arc compelled
to soil their cotton bolow cost.
William Collins, who ha? been con
fined in Jail, because li? was unable to
give apcaco bond, waa released la*t woek
upon tho rccommondation of tho Orand
C. J HUNT, Esq., has been appointed
. Trial J u si in- at Laurena C. IL, and I?.
WAD? ANnensoN at Waterloo, under a
recent Act of tho Legislature providing
for two, additional Trial Justice? for
It ls said that circulnrs have been' dis
tributed "in Columbia Hinting that the
next isnue of a sporting paper published
In Now York, will contain an illustrated
account of tho G?NZ A I.KB-CALVO, Jour
Tho "Emporium of Fashion" ia atways
. oenterof attraction to tho ladles and
men too, who desire honest goods at bot
tom prices; but, Just at this season it la
filled with ruro bargains. Mr. Qliker
son knows how to plouso overybody.
Our enterprising merchant, Mr. Jno.
D. Shoahau comos out this week witb
extra inducements to suit tho tho hard
times. His ato-on aro well-filled, and
the crowds that daily throng his plat-?
of business, is suftlolent ovid? nco of tho
satisfaction ho givos in the quality and
price of goods.
, Tho "Burnt Cork Amateurs" f Clinton
gave a performance here on hist Friday
.vening which waa highly enjoyed by
all present. This Company dlsplayos
considerable talent, und their jokes, gags
Ac. aro DOW and original. We hope they
will come aguiu.
Marled, at tho residence of tho brides
parents on tho 17th, by Hov. J. M. Car
lisle, Mr. I.. C. Roulton, of Laurens, to
Misa HKUI.AU WHITKHIDH, of Union
We extend tho best wishes of tho AD
VERTISES, for their happiness and pros
"Speaking of tho telephone, them are
a good many people who believe tho reid
inventor ls Mr. THOMAS WOORMAN, of
Laurons County, tho. inventor of tho
cottou press."--Newberry Observer.
Whether Vf WORKMAN, cen claim ??
bethe first Inventor or not, wo do mt
know, but lt is absolutely certain that he
?ii Invent the telephony long before the
mau who claims the in von Mon over
brought his Instrument before thu pub
The following eases, In the Court of
Scanlons, were tried since our last leane.
Tho Slat? vs. IUA Huongs-Murder
Verdict, not guilty. . C. J, HONT ropre
sshted tho prisoner.
Tho .stut? W. IL [tryson--Murder
not guilty. flo DM as A SIMPSON assisted
the solicitor in behalf of the state and
RAM. A WAI.TK, FBROUSON <? YOUNO
appeared for the defendant.
flute I'S. ROM DO (JAP.UKTT, and HENRY
AaNoi.n - Larceny-- On ll ty. Fnaorson
A Yourie for Gan KBIT. J. fi. o A III. i NO
TON for ARNOLD. Sentonco two years in
JAM KS RIIOORH was convicted of prac
ticing medicine without Usance and also
of obtaining money umler false pretence
Boutenco; fine of ?100, and Ono years in
the penitentiary. JOHNSON A RioUfiY
appeared for tho defence.
Tho Stato vs. BxurORD CHAKI--For
gery-Mistrial. J. C. GARLINOTON for
The state v*. DAVID NK.I.SON Forgery
-Guilty. DALI. A WATTS for tho defen
dant. Sentence, 1*2 month** in tho peni
FBD CALDWELL plead guilty to steal
ing a cow and was sontenced to tho pen
itentiary for One year.
Jons ADAMS plead guity lo larceny -
sentenced 12 months in the peniten
WM. A. MCINTTKK and ADAMS plead
guilty to larceny -sentonco -30 days
In the County Jail.
Wo notice the following visiting mem
bers of ?be Rai* in attendance upon Court:
J. S. R. Johnson, Stanyard Wilson, of
Spartanburg. Geo. Johnson. T..S. Moor
man, J. V. J. Caldwell, L. W. Jones.
Wsw Trial BsfuMd.
A motion was mudo beforo Judgo Kita- '
SHAW, last week by Mr. C. J. BtR*2 at
torney for JOHN RKNSON, asking for a
new trial. Affidavits wer? submitted
and tho motion argued upon tho ground
of after discovered evldonco. The Judgo
decided that tho affidavits wero Insuffi
It will bo romembercd that Ric WRON is
the negro who waa convicted last Court
of murder with s recommendation to
mercy. Ho was sentenced to bu bonged
on tho day of but was res
pited by tho Governor, until Friday
It ls probable tbst the ease will now
go to tho Supremo Court.
. Roe Hive" smoking Tobacco, an arti
cle that o?n not be excolied for sale by
W. L. BOYD._
Justing of the Bxse?Mve Commutes.
Thar? will bo a meeting of tho Execu
tive Committee of tho County Agricul
tural Society on Tueadav after Sale-day
in March et 10 A. M. in the clerk'softW.
? full attendance la desired, as thoro is
important bu-.incas to attend to.
W. SHELL, ?4e'y.
Another Alarm of Fir*.
On Bundar last tbo alarm of fir? wan
given and it wan found to ba at th*
boadlng house on th* collego campus.
Tho roof caught from a spark, but by
prompt action, tho uro was arrested with
out serious damage. Tho Hook and Lad
der company waa promptly on hand with
Mr. lt. H. Johnson, of Newberry, ls In
Dr. It. W. Kino, of Nortk Carolina, is
M r. DA vin PUI.I.KT had his beard badly
fr vat-bitten but tho warm weather ha?
thawed it out again.
Mesars QAINRN, of tho Chronicle, TAT
1.011 of the Kew? and Courier, and ll CA r. o
of the Ileai.'ter, have beou talking news
papers, to nil who have been in stlon
denee Upon Court, during the past
Mles Mary Belle fin?mes, left on Mon
day last for Washington D. 0. wherosbe
win perfoet herself in tho nris of draw
ing, painting deo. Sholom just completed
a course at the Laurensville Female Col
lege under Mra. Jackson, tho excellent
?rt tonohor of Cds Institution, and abe
has evinced a talent for painting that IH
raroly excelled. The best wishes of her
many friends go with her.
At a regular mooting of tho Lisbon
Agricultural Club, bold 1'ob. ?Otb 188(1,
following proamblo and resolutions were
Whereas, We, the Lisbon Agricultural
Club, have read thc bolters of Capt. B.
K. Tillman, in favor of tho Interests of
the Farmers bf the Stato, and feeling a
deep Interest in tho same.
1st. Ito lt Resolved that wo Invite bim
to add rena thin club at our next regular
meeting, at Lisbon,on Saturday before
the fourth Sunday In Marci? ne'xt, at 12
o'clock, M.,or ut whatever time it will
suit his convenience.
2d. That tho secretary inform him of
tho wiHh of this club.
3d. That all tho Farmers of tilts county
who fool an interest in this matter be in
vltod to moot with us on that occasion.
4th. That this preamble und Ileuolu
tiona bo published in the eouuty pa
R. H. YOUNG, Boc'y.
We have not heard of a single Inci
dent in this aoetionfor the past week
thai wo believe would Interest the pub
It bocsme our duty to attend tho
Court of General Sessions, for Lauron?,
soveral days during tho psst week.
Judge J. B. Kershaw presided over the
court, und evidently displayed UH iniicb
ability HU tito bench aa <>n ho once dis
pluyed on the field oi battle. Ile heida
tho Hcidett of justice with a steady' hand,
and keeps tho whole machinery of the
court well in baud, dispatching busl
ness MO us to givo justice to tito orlinlnal
and MO that thc interests of the State and
County do not sutler. Tho Judicial er
mine has evidently failed Ugon worthy
shonldors in tho case of J. U. Kershaw.
Solicitor Duncan WM ut hi* pout, und
with not Ive brain, watchful eye ?nd ready
voico, looked after tho Interests of tho
State committed to li i H care, und Crimi
nals trembled when he laid th- ir ea.se?
boforo tho jury and demanded punish
ment al their hands for the prisoner ut
the bur. We feel sure the interest of tho
Stato will not Huller willie iu Hie hands
of Solicitor Duncan.
A. survey of tho gentlemen of the Dur
eonvlncod us thut for good looks, Intelli
gence, legal looming and (?nutlomanly
deportment, tim liar of Lanrenavlllo
com pures favorably with any other Bar
in the State.
Tho i.Ulcera of the court arc xii line
looking, intelligent and active gentle
men, anti >viJonliy wadi poMtod In all
tho business pertaining to their propec
ti ve ortiei M. Tbo court moved smoothly
on without a Jar or jostle MO far n* we
worn able to ace, and business Was rapid
ly but satisfactorily disposed of.
Much has beon said of late bi the pa
pers in regard to the sale of spirituous
liquor., and disorder in tho town
Laurena, sud wo simply would s*y in
thin connection tit At dur stay in the
town, wc saw no drunk men sud heard
no disturbance. Everything soomed
to be orderly und quiet, aed It does ?com
tn us that in th: . instance prohP it on
hihlted toa degree that ia urn Ising
when compared with what we have uren
iii Laurena during court week. In the
daya when the grog-sho|>s were in full
Wo saw at Laurens our fr lon d "Jon
Prlu!?*," and gave him permission to
spread himself about tho loom of Tu?
A nv K itTiMKu, so it ts highly probable
that tho dictionary will lie exhausted In
pufllng tho AnVHKTISIR and Joe Prince.
Miss Mollie Hampton, ol JaineHtewn,
N. C., ls Visiting friends in Clinton.
T. H. Neighbor's smoko-houso wes
raided a few nights ago and a nice lot
of bacon stolon.
Clinton ba? had some right severn
nasos of sickness recently, but confined
almost r xeltiHivoly to young children.
Mrs. Snn y Holland reeelvod a sovere
burt by aooidoip a few days ago. In
stopping off a box she caught her eye on
shook hanurlnifon a wsll, und suffered
tho complete division of bothnundor and
upper oyo-lids, but fortunately tate eyo
ball wes not injured at all.
Tho prosont, promises to bo another
yoar of Impartant improvements in our
town. Beside the buildings idrnady un
der Way, Messrs. II. V. ferguson, W. K.
Owens and H. ft, Thompson will build
dwelling houses for themselves. Among
tho recent business ehanges we note, ls
that J. Press Little has betti anm? I a tod
with J. IL tt D. D. Little, in geuoral
? neiehundue, and that W. S. ?X!0, Jr., Ia
opening ont a stock of drugs in one of
tl, /. Wright's stores.
Our young friend. J. IV td o Hendy,
wont recently m the war-path, in the
shapo of a wild-turkey bunt, and suc
ceeded I upturlng the patriarch of the
family -i* golder weighing twenty-three
pounds. Of course Wade gavo a turkey.
I dinner to his friends, including the num
ber of invited guests, tho Clinton cor
respondent Of Tr:? LAU**,** Anvsa
1 I SS?.
Af is? Ciatie McDaniel ie at home from
Houea Path, visiting her brother, tr.
Oeorge M. MeDaniol who ia tait? sick
Dr. Jahn lt. Culbertson is still preo
tlclng in this section. Tho pooplo in tbia
section know they havo a good doctor,
sud seem determined to keep him.
A little negro boy living ai Mr. Todd's
lower plantation, got his arm broke by
getting it caught in tho at McDaniel's
Mill, on Reedy Uiver. Wado soys that
if tbore ia anybody who think they can
stop a food-whoel, let them como and try
Tho way the weather bas beon, lhere
ia no troublo to woar out shoes; but it ia
o hard matter to stay at homo and make
np interesting news. Hurrah! for us;
long livo TUM AOVKJVTIHKK.
DOltltOH 1?. O.
Ttic Radical ll. 8. .Senato has admitted
the Radical half of Dakota Into the Un
ion. This in all right, 1 suppose, hut it
recalls, to my mind a very old Joke: A
good obi Deacon, in thc olden time,
managed, hy hard work and ridgid ocon
omy to accumulate a few hundred dol
lars. This ho pooled witl? a neighbor,
amt together they bought a negro, which
they owned and worked, In Co. From
tide timo on, when the Deaeou held fam
ily prayers, bo would pray, "Ob! Lord,
bless mo and my wife, my son John and
his wife, and my half of Pete, tho negro."
Tho oilier half of Dakota is Democratic,
and it may uro to-Hallifax.
I attended Court a few days this week,
and while there I wa? struck with a re
mark of ono of our bent ?nd most sub
stantial oltlsons. He said that Court was
a high, expansive humbug, lt took tho
bigest hulf of eur Taxes to pay the ex
penses, and at last a few iguorunt negros
might be sent to tho Penitentiary, but
all tho bigest criminals would go tree.
I have been uatisllud for a long time
that 'human beings aro the meanest
folks in tho world, but the question thut
bulbers me now is, who aro tho bigest
fools, men or women, or-monkeys.
Mr. Kturkey, chief llrhlgo builder foi
Rice A Coleman, han been quite sick for
a few days, but is now some better.
Daniel Long and M ?as Anna Lyou were
married on Hie 21st ult., nt tho residence
of the bride's father, Mr. N, J. Lyon, in
Diul's Township. Trial Justice, Oliver
Amt now we aie looking every minuto
for Mr. Laurons Forroh lo drive vip with
bis blushing britte, whom bo has beon
fortunate enough to capture away over
in Union. Rut I can't give you tho par
Mr. Editor, I don't know much about
the clamor for a new deal. 1 am miro 1
have nothing against the ins, but I do
fool a warm sympathy for the outs. Mr.
Cleveland says "a public office is a pub
lie t rust " anti HO it ia, but then it ia a tr nat
which mont men love lo assuillO. Ko it
must lie somewhat of a bonus too. In
ot lier words, it is considered a good
thing to have in a family, and so it in
eagerly sought aft cr. This being tho
ease, then, why not ?livide lt out niel
mnkc it go as far a.< ii will, especially as
one man ia UH good us another, if not bat
ter. Why fc?d the fat hog all the time,
when there an? ao many poor one squeal
ing'round the pent-ono of whom I am
Treasurer's Report, Ladles Aid SscUty.
Total receipts, $177 <>0
Domestic Missions. (Mr. Lloyd) ii'i.oo
Freight on Chandeliers, P.7?
Lamp Fixtures and Bronzing, 4.1.1
Foreign Mission, 17.Vi
P. O. Money (inter, lo
Cooking Stove Tor parsonage, lOii)
For Nursing Siek,
For Work on Parson ajpo, 27/K)
Cash on hand, Fi
Mrs. J. C.TODD, Tree's.! |
Mrs. C. W. TI NK, Sec'y.
Town of Laurens
Year Ending Jan. 13th,
ur. it Ordained hythe Intendant
und WARDKNS of the town of Lan
rons in Council assomblod:
Section l. That a lax for tho year
. 1886 for tho Minne and in the man
ner hereinafter prescribed, shall bo
raised and paid Into tho treasury
of tlie town fur the use und services
thereof, that is to say:
rsceth??. Thirty cent* on every
hundred dollars worth of real es
tate wlibln tho corporate limits of
the to\vV except such property as
bolong t?> or occupied by Relig
ious, Charitable or Literary Asso
MALKA OF GOODS, WAIU:H?AC.
Section 8. Thirty cont?? on every
hundred dollars of income from the
i sales of goodn, Waren and Merchan
dise made by any person or persons
between the 16th ?lay of Jan, I0K6,
and the iftth day of Jan. 1887, tho
dinoun tn to be estimated by these
made during tho sumo length nf
timo thc preceding y???r.
I Nt'OM KM.
Section 1. Thirty cents for every
hundred dollars of the Income ari
sing from Factorage fimplyraents
or Faculties, from the practice of
the pmfesshv. 1 of law, medicine
Section ft. Every ?gent or Arm
doing business for, or representing
fire and Ufo Insurance companies
.?hall pay $2.00 foraach company ao
l atwmwwifc'rt, pay??*? In art vans?
Section 6. Every agent or firm
receiving, delivering and selling
Fertilizers within- the incorporate
limits, shall taako a report under
oath on tho 1st day of May next,
to tho town council, tho amount of
fertilizer* sold, and shall pay there
for thu ty cents on ovory oro hun
dred dollars income on such sales.
Section 7. Evory agent or Arm
receiving on consignment for salo
on commission, machinery such aa
mlllii, 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 tho explrutlon of
Section 8. Id?ense for every auc
tioneer $10 i>or annum, one-half
payable in advanco, tho remainder
at the expiration of six months.
Section 9. Ten dollars a ?lay by
any Itinerant Trader or actioneer
Offering for sab? within the Incor
porate limits of tho Town Laurens
any goods, wares or merchandise
at auction or otherwise Without
having paid the above specified tax,
he or they shall be ??od at the dis
cretion of tho Council for each day
he or they may offer, provided the
provisions of this ordinance shall
not bo construed as to apply to the
ordinary products of the farm.
Section 10. Thatall persons liable
to work on the streets; ways and
roads be required to render 1 days
labor on said streets or to have the
right to commute the sumo by pay
ing $3; and If any person liable to
this duty shall fail or refused to
work or make payment after due
notice, shall bo held liable to the
peualltles as prescribed by ibo laws
of thc Stato for person refusing to
work on roads.
Section ll. That all persons own
ing roal estate within the Incorpo
rate limits of the town of Laurenaf
shall thourougbly repair and ke?p
repaired the side walks In front of
sauve, on or before, the 1st day May
next; any person or persons refus
ing to make such repairs by said
lime or shall neglect to do ao within
'Jo days after written notice to make
said repairs then tho council will
make ibo necessary repairs and
charge the cost of same to owners
of said lands und shall proceed to
collect tin* same in the manner pro
vided by law.
Section 12. For every Bagatelle
or Hilliard table or Howling alley
for publie use $30 each.
Suction 13. Ono-horso Dray $(>;
T\VO-horse Dray $12; feed and Hale
stable $25; general feed Livery and
salo stable (50; eno-half to bc paid
in advance the balance in six
Section 14. For any show, circus
or Public performance not to ex
ceed foOOj at tho discretion of tile
Section lr>. One dollar for every
gold watch; 50 cents for ea b silver
watch or any baser metal kept for
.Section 1ft. License for every un
dertaker |l?; one-half payable in
advance balance at expiration of si x
Section 17. For every pleasure
carriage $1; and every pleasure
Section IK. For every Meat Mar
ket $2-"> per annum, payable quar
terly In advance, ?iud any person
. ?diing fresh meats, auch as Beef,
Hoik, Kid or Mutton, without first
having obtained license, shall pay
$2 for each offence
Section li). Bo it furthor or
duined that the taxau on real ca
tate shall be paid acoording to the
valuation made by tho Board up
pointed to make the asHUSsmeiits
nod other taxes according to Tu.'
nd urns made under oath to tho
Clerk of Council.
Section 20. And be it further or
dnined, that ?ill taxes shall bo paid
on, or before the 16th of March
next; and If any perron shall refit ?e
or neglect payment of the tuxes
herein; levied within the spoclflod
time. The Clerk of Council ls here
by authorized and required to add
twenty per cont, to tho amount of
the taxes of tho person, or persons
thus neglecting and refusing, and
if the tax ?ind percent is not paid
Within twenty (lays, ii shall l>.' the
duty of the Clerk to issue an execu
tion at once, and collect tho same
by due process of law.
Don0 and ratiflod In Council, and
weal of the Corporation of tho said
\ ^.^1 Town of Laurens affixed
thereto, this the lOttl day
of February issd.
H. E. MARTIN, Intendant.
CL 1>. A?'PKIWON, Clerk.
Settlement and Final
By permission of A. W. Burn
side. Probate Judge, I v "I settle
the Udale of ?Tonn Wlsej neeeased,
nt his office at Laurens ti. H., B. C.,
on the fdh day of March 188?, nt 10
o'clock, ii. m., and nt the same tinao
will apply for a final discharge.
Ali persons having demands
against said estate ure h. roby noti
fied to present tho same in due
form, on or before said ikiy, or bo
forever burred. And all Indebted
art- required to make payment by
J P BYRD,
i Feb. M, ?8fr--in~-4L
P?n?trais the healthy as woll &>*
To enable all classes to provide
that weighs heavily ou our band?, v
IV French Cae
In addition to abovo, wo have a
ai some figure. Wo if you want an o
pay you to examine our Slock, a? th
uiado tho Shippen*.
LEU IS Qt IM'
List )f Delinquent Lands in Lau
rons County, 8. C., a* returned to
Auditor's Ottlco by J. El. Copeland,
LAT KI:NS Towxsiur.
M ru. Sallie P. Richardson, 1 Lot, 1
('noss Uri,i, TOWNSHIP.
Estate of Hogan Motes, 64 acres.
Mr. C. M. Golding, 080 acres, I buil
Albert G. Irby, 15? ocrea, 1 build
ing. Walter A Wharton, 31 acres,
1 building, Annie Norris, colored,
TO aeren, l building. William C.
Wharton, 87 acres, 1 building.
J ACKH TOWNSHIP.
-Pr. John W. Hill, 7o0 acre?, 8
Notice is hereby given that the !
whole of tho several parcels, leds j
and parts of lots of real catato des
cribed in tho preceodlng list, or
so much thereof us will bo neces
sary to pay the Taxes, penalties
and costs charged thereon, will be
sold by the Treasurer of Laurens
County, S. C., In front of the Court
House door, in fjnid county on
Monday the tir?t day of March
next, unless said taxes, assessments
and penalties ure paid before that
time. Said sale will be continued
from ?lay to day until ail said par- !
eels, Tracts or Lots of Heal Estate
shall bo sold br offered for sale.
Sale to commence at V? o'clock, M.
G. M. LANGSTON,
Auditor, li. c.
Pel). ISth, 1880.
Township Acs ssment.
Tho following named gentlemen
ure hereby appointed a Hoard of
Township Assessors for their res
Laurens Township-J. ?. C.
Fleming, Capt. John Moore, J. M.
Young's Township-Dr. M. C.
Cox, Jas. A. Parks, .las. A. Kiddle.
Dial township-T. M. Babb, N. L.
Harks lal.-, John H. Switzer.
Sullivan Township-W. L. Hop
kins, T. J, Sullivan, W. J. Hal i nt i ne.
Waterloo Township-P. I>. Cole
man, J. P. IIonder?*on,T. B. Wilcut.
Cms HUI Township-M. M.
rengue, John J. McGowan, G. M.
i i inna,
Hunter Township--P, Vance,
John C. Davis, W. II. Furrow.
Jacks Townshp V. M. Sot/.ler,
Tlu.s J. Hutton, T. J. Duckett.
ScuftiotOWn Township---.!. I).
Byrd, W. A? Mcclintock, J. H. An
The assessors above Appointed
will pioase meet tit tho Auditor?
officio on Wednesday tho 24th day
of Feb. to make the assessment for
thlr rOSpectlve Township.
G. M. LANOHTON,
Auditor, L. C.
Jan. 27, 1887 20 lt.
Rock Bottom Prices.
Now b tba time to encourage the
acholar with a now book.
A large lot of
to be sold lu the next Sixty Days
at prices te suite the hard times.
J. O. a F?^BM?Ka 4? oo.
tho Infirm, and from ita freezing e.r.-Hs all must be protected,
themselves with good serviceable garments, and to unload a stool*
w out down, within tho reach of all,
.a. Overcoats wortli f?lO, to &<3.
is?mer Li^lxt weight Overooats,
sATOirtti el?, to eio
lot sent us on commission for account of Arnholm & Co., that uiu?t go
vcrcoat at half the usual price, now is tho golden opportunity. It wu
ta lot must positively "slide off" in tho next 23 days, so rep\irus can he
In order to meet tho demaud J of our creditors, tro *dTer cwr eats*
Stock of Clothing, Shoos, Hats, Gent?' Furnishing Geoda at belair
New york Cost, for tho next thirty days. Any ons wan.."g Jal^sa
n our line will du well lo exttnilno our Hiock befora -.urciiaelrg ???
Wo have in connection with our Clothing Departir?..', planem?
assortment of Jewelry, consisting of Watch:*, Watch Chali.J, J^aran*
Collar Duttons, Scarf Pins and various otho** thin-? t-c nm:?era*e la)
mention, which we are cloning out v ry c?i??p.
AH we are selling our goods at Cost, we must have Vi% C-tb-. Ou1
LEA KB A PATTOW.
J. A. & B. G. CRISP,
LAURELS ?. IL, S.C.
Can alway? be found a full line of Medium ?od Cheaper 8r??M es*
OPt:N JVIVX> TOP X*UGOIEH,
At lower prlee-i than at any other hon*? thia lld? of CtnelanaU.
Itali made to order, ie lighter running ?nd better fl ulah ad femam UM efeatf
of work generally sold M staudsrd VablelM. Bat I have Jue? ??????sat a fal
llae of Flu? Family
Carriages, Phaetons and Cabriolet* !
Just received, another shipment of tho?? Fina Open ?nd Top >aM|??,al?4a
upon ?pedal order? hy the boot manufacturers North and Baa*. If attela* k**?
lng used In the construction of these Vehicle! knit th? best rastosials, IM to
?n-lity, styl? ?nd finish, ara unequaled by any otu?? ?ow tm feme ?? arasa?
a ?took ? full line of
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
AU grado?, which t will offer at lowor prtoes tuan h?v? *?w sttoi e?e?w
known tn the history of tba business. Milburn, Studebaker and feast?m
Plantation Wagons, sil sixes. Oak and fl ,?mhnk ?ol? LaataOf, QaJf Hr feas, tm ?a
Findings, Carriage ?nd W*?;nn Materlnls, Harness lather, Belt
superior quality, Rubber and Leather Belting. Also, ? fail Hoe asT
Gunn. Shell?, Pewcler, ahnt, Tabla and Pocket Cutlery, Plew PW na? far 9k%
makes. Nails, Ax ?, H<v>s, Ploks and Mattooks. Pttohforks. Bboraki, stomVtoA
Steelyards and Scale lier.T*. Urlndstouoa, Bakes, Padlooke, Csvaamfeata*
Tools, Files, Hinge?. Window Hash. Dx>ra and Blind?, Farsa ama Okara*
Bells, which I am offering at lowest sash p<do<M.
A. Ii. UOODYKAli,
(Snooesmor to R. H. May & Co.,) ?t the Old rttaud, opposite '
road Bank. 7^1 Broad *'rem.
ANDERSON, BOYD & CO
FRICK CO.'S EftBtftCS, SEPARATORS,
Agentn for the Cc'.abratM
OSBORNE Mowers, Beaper? *ti4 Blud#rtw