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LAURENS, March', 81st, IS.SG.
Sec fiotloool Bridge, lo Lot.
The Building and Loan still flourishes.
rcnorco Presbytery moots ut this place
on April "th.
Wo need a Cotton Seed Oil Mill and a
Sovoral valuable lots in town will bo
?old ou Saleday next.
Laurens in a booming town despite
tho "bolos in tho wall."
"Wo wore sorry to miss our interesting
lotter from Clinton hist week.
Mr. A. W. Anderson bas roeontly im
proved his dwelllug on Laurens Street.
An Important spring nnnouneemont
of Minter ?& Jamieson will appor noxt
When "Joo Prince." ha? pitched bia
"crap," wo hopo to havo moro poetry,
Wo liko 'om.
Mr. IlroH TC. (?RAY lias purchased
eight lots in Jersey City, und will cruet
dwelling on them at once.
"Eugono" favor? TUE ADVURTISKH
with an excellent siti?la, "Jloiulnes
concoa of Obi Huntsville."
Mr. I). M. PATTON bas purchased the
interest of Mr. J. W. LEAKE in the cloth
ing establishment at thia place.
The Supporters of Mr. Cleveland may
bo ?uro ho ia on thc right track, as Don
Butlor strongly opposes him.
Tho Bendolla Hotel is nearing com
pletion and is now a favorite resort for
commercial men to spend Sunday.
An Ordinance to prohibit tho carrying
of concealod weapons hi tho town of
Laurcus, appoars in another column.
Mr. J. II. ALLAN, Manager of the chi
na Storo, will move, in a fov dava, into
tho bouso now occupied by Wu.KBS.
Tho Drama, "Among the llroakers,"
has boen Indefinitely postponed on ac
count of the illness of nonie of Hie play
All tho railroads shops aro busy pre
paring for narrowing Hie guage on May
31st and Juno 1st, says the Savannah
Tl?e Laurons Guards havo ordered
tboir uniforms sud will appear in full
drcas, for tho brat time, on Memorial
Day in May. p
"Doing anything now, Hill ?" "Ok, yes;
I'm kopt busy all tho time." "Ahl Clad
to bear it. What aro you doing?" Look
ing for a job."
A friond of ours, absent, on a trip to
Washington, writes that he has been all
through the national capital and consid
erable of his own.
Sam Jones nays, "if ho bad a dog that
would bo a looker on at a game of liase
' Ball, ha would kill bim." Perhaps sonic
player might spar?! him that trouble.
Mr. J. E. WILKES will (novo bis Rook
and Drug .Store into ono of Hie ntoro
rooma of the Kondella soon. This store
la now hoing elegantly nttod up to ol der.
Mr. II KNUT HAMMOND had ids hand
painfully injured wiiilo coupling ears at
Clinton last week. We aro glad to loam
however, that bu ia st this time doing
A lithographic shoot, roprosonting va
rious prominent editors mid their res
pectivo j.un H.d.., bas ii.,i H received, for
which wo aro Indobtod to tho .Vriw and
No, Mary; when you hear of a young
girl having made :i good "match" it does
not signify that she ha* got something
that will get i:p every morning and light
Mr. W. D. CANNON, ono of our most
progressive farmers, brought live balea
of cotton into town on Friday last,
whirl, ho aol,I at ton cents per pound.
It was of tho Allan variety.
Anothor Livery Stable has been open
ed here, Messers Znrek and Hilas, pro
prietor?. They will erect a large build
ing and in a short time make a oonsirior
ablo addition to their stock of horses.
We learn that Capt W. A. Mcclintock
has porfoctod arrangements with a
Northern Company for Hie sale of Iiis
. Mountain Shoals property. This is ono
of tho finest water-powors In the South.
On?la?t Tuo.vlny, wo understand that
?omeono made a burglarious attempt to
enter tho dwelling of Mrs. MA av P<
ITBNDY, a widow who lives a few milos
from thia placo. A revolvei thwarted
J. O. C. FI.KM INO A Co. have received
their ?pring goods and among them uro
to he found all th* latest novelties.
Mr. KSNNBDY, tho junior member ol'tho
Arm, ba? displayed good judgment in
Poople often complain because person
al notices In newspaper? are immedi
ately preceded or followed by dis
agreeable notices,. They forget that
the posit! >n of nil articles munt bo ar
ranged according to sire.
Tt I? useless for na to ?peak of Ibo well
known medicinal qualities of the Glenn
Springs Mineral Water; but as this ls
tho season when it is moat needed, wo
?tate for tho benefit of our readers, that
it ia kspt for aalo by Dra. SIMPSON and
Senator Wade Hamilton' it ia said, haa
a warmer fooling for Rhea than admira
tion, and during her engagement in
Washington wa? to bo ?eeo in hor wako,
stumping around on his peg leg aa frlaky
as a spring colt lu poa patch. Au,-; uti a
"Woolls advancing" sa thc man ?aid
when the abaep chased him ont of tho
pssture. "Leather ia falling" aaid the
boy when his father put lb? strap to
bim. The?? m ar kat roporta sro obj ni nari
.Sob week at groat oxponso, excluslvoly
for this paneV.
tSmlsiratiag th? ria? Arts.
We bsd the plossiire, a few days ago,'
ot visiting tho Art Department of th.
Female Collago, where we found a col
lection nf paintings thst can rarely bo
excelled. Tho display li? thia depar*
msntwitl ba sn interesting feature of
ta?4J0tnn'i?ii<-cin<Mit in June.
Col. Di D. ? I'M! Mm A M 11 tl-J returned
from ? fow (lays visit to "KoBOiuoat."
Mrs. FARI.BY, of Spartanburg, is vlalt
ing her daughter, Mrs. R. I'. TODD.
Mis? JUMA Norris, of Pacolet, is visit?
Ingtho faintly of Mr. Ooo. H. ANDERSON.
C. i>. BARRSDAMS, Esq., and family
havo boen visiting rolatlves In Alabama.
Misa LAUBA E. FI KS, of Chorokoo
K]>riugs, is visiting lier brothor, Mr. CL
Mr. CIAO. M TSRS is in th? employ of
M r. it. H. Hu DO KN s in the lumber busi
Miss GART, of Newberry County, ia
visiting the family of Capt. JOHN YV*
Mr. s. II. SHERARD loft on Hon day
for Bonaos City, whoro ho will engage In
businoss. Tim ADVERTISER will keep
him posted on Laurens affairs.
Mi s. Or. (?1 BROK, of Charlotto, who has
boen visiting the family of Mr. J. BI.
TUA Y NU AM, has returned homo.
Mis? LUCIA KNOX ?mi Mrs. AIMPSON,
widow of tho late Dr. Jwo. W. SIMPSON,
of tliis place, ur?? spending several
weeks with Dr. J. I*. SIMPSON.
A Sad Death.
PEARCE IRRY HARRINGTON, son of tho
late Cob .TORN II. HARRINGTON and a
grandson of Col. J. II. IRBY, died
on Friday, Mareil 26th, after a brief ill
ness, at Columbia, S. C. Ho was 17
years of age and bsd just entered the
South Carolin? University, when? he
had exhibited deeided talent and had
given promise of a brilliant career.
True, generous and noble, Ko was great
ly beloved by bis associates ami all who
knew him. To tho afflicted mother und
relativen, wo ox tend our heart f?lt sympa
Col. Watts' Card.
Col J. WASH WATTS has Issued a c?Vd
in which lui dec|?ne;<, AK President of tho
CounlyJ Agricultural and Mechanical
Association, to appoint delegates to the
Convention which meets on tho 20lb
of April. In giving Ids reasons for so
refusing, he s . "Our Society was
organised io promote, tho agricultural,
mechanical and social interests of tho
County, and should make no entangling
alliances, bul adh?re rigidly to the legit
imate objecta of its organization, no part
of which ls to discuss politics."
Tho Meeting on Saleday.
A mass meeting of farmer? will be
held on Sa Iud ay next, in the Court
House, lo elect delegates to the State
Convention, which meets in Columbia
on tho Sflth prox. Lot Ibo farmers of
Laurens lay aside their business for one
day and bo present in for CO. Il id of tho
utmost importance that "simon pure"
fanners, who really have the interest of
their brethren at heart and ure capable
of doing some*, hing that will he of prac
tical bonefit, be eloelod to represent this
Collision ou tbo^G. L. ft S.
On Tuesday morning, while tho con
struction train on the G A L ltnilrod*was
standing at tho G. L. A S. Depot, it was
run into hy H hand-ear coming from to
wards Spurtauburg. It seems that this
hand-ear, which was heavily loaded
with cross-tios and ll ve or six bauds, in
coming down grade for some distance
became 'unmanageable. All tho hands
.scaped without, serious injury except
Mr.AftfAittoN NELSON. While tho hand
cnr.was probably?half a milo from the de
pot, Ur. N i : I.SON jumped oil'the rear ind
ol' 11. . car, his bead striking a cross-tie,
killing liim almost instantly. Th- De
ceased was an honest, sraigbtforward,
industrious citizon. Ho leaves a wife
and live children.
The Laurens County Bible Society.
Tho risil to our town a few weeks ago
of Kev. C. II. Wiley, District Superin
tendent of tho American Ibbie Society,
for Ibis Stale, resulted in I he format ion
of an Auxiliary for this County, with
the following o (floors! S. lt. Todd, Inci
dent; J. Rurkftdalo, J. W. Ferguson,
T. U.Crews, Dev. J. Y. Fair, Kev. G. T.
Harn >u and Hov. J. D. Pitts, VIee-Pres
idents; W. S. Knight, Secretary ; c. !..
Fiko, Treasurer; and an KxecutiVfl of
se\ en mombors.
The first lot of Bibles and Testaments
has been received, and arc for sale by
c. !.. Fiko, al thu store of L. G. Hallo dc
Co. Destitute persons will bo suppliod
with a copy of I he Scriptures, upon ap
dlieation to any of i ho oflleers.
The Ready Cash
Ia a good thing to have on hand at any
season, il is especially so in ".?ghi
limes, A little ready money goes a long
way when a inorchant ?a anxious to suit.
We, in tins connection, notico a lot of
remnants ol' nice dress goods, Hannels
and cashmeres thrown in a heap on Mr.
J NO. D. Sn SARAN'S counters, and in an
swer t? our ouqu i ry ? "What aro you go
ing to do with those?" Mr. THOMPSON
replied: "Here, take this nd. an t Iel I Ito
people know we mean lo lot them go for
the money, al a loss lo us. We have no
room for idem, we need tho ?pace for
other goods, und any one with the "Shi
ning silver" can get a bargain of a life
time in them." Mr. RHEA ll A N'S figures
In our advertising coln ms toll their own
What the 0. L. ft S. RaUroaJ Has Done for
Our new road, tbs (J. L. d' S., lian boon
in operation to I hil place about DUO J ear,
sud only about -,i months io Spartan
burg. Boing unfinished most of the
time, and a new road, the follow!ngcom?
patlvoly accurate liguros will surprise
many of our readers: During the year
lids road baa l een doing business lo
Laurens, il lias transferred to and from
Laurens 10,000 passengers, or in other
words, about 320 car loads. To carry
these would roqulre lo good onglnes, as
very few passenger o II gill OS can manage
a train ot s CoaollOS, besides mail and
baggage earn. Does this not seem to be
a pretty fair business for a SOW and
partly unfinished road T
They have just finished grading the
Street to their depot, st a cost of over
To"?', and they further agreo to furnish
the rock, provided tho Town will macad
The G.I.. * S. prides Itself on it? rapid
transit of freight, especially weatern
I business. They can cite instances of
solid cars from Louisville, Ky., and
Nashville, Tomi., in three day?.
A few years ago Laurens was without
a railroad, cur merchants, during those
days, paid on? dollar per hundred for
freight hauled by wagons from Now
berry and Greenville, to Laurens. A
gentleman told me, a few day? ago, that
he at onetime received $40.60 for a wagon
load of goods hauled by bim from New
beiry to this place. At that limo the
cost of hauling from NoWhorfy to Lau
rena, on a sae-K of ?nit, wa? moro than
tho original cost of tim aalt and the
freight charge? from Liverpool to New
berry. What achanga has taken place.
Now, we hayo A better rate of freight
than either Newberry or Greenville, and
moro especially on Western freight. We
have a better rat? from th? Weat on flour
per ii-,ucl, i-v nearly "io cents, than
either Greenville or Newberry.
We think lt liest lind the good thing?
lu thia world come by degree?, wore I
otherwise wo could not survive*
Agricultural Oise o nui ulm!,
Tho citizens In tbo vicinity of Mad
den's held u mooting on March 'SI, 1886,
and organised nu Agricultural ('lob,
with cbc following OfficorS! Capt, John
Moore, Protide tit! J. A. Maddon, 1st.
Vice-President ; W. Fi. Cunningham, fid
Vice President. The following were ap
pointed a committee to frame a Consti
tution and By-La we! J. A. Madden, T.
T. Langston and Jared I>. Sullivan; In
centive Committee: 'P. S. Langston, J,
A. P. Moore and J. F. Phelps; Or Time
ami Place: J. L. Moore, W. T. Bovd and
II. N. Allison. On motion, Saturday
before the 2d Sunday in each month was
appointed for our regular meetings,
lt was agreed not to elect a delegate to
State Convention until next meeting.
The following subjects were selected
fordiscu?sion at tho next meeting;
Has the use uf guano b on a curse 01' a
The.crops WO should plant, ami how
they should be cultivated
On motion, tho proceedings of this
meeting were voted lo bo published in.
the Countv nanon.
J AH KL) 1). SULLIVAN, Sec'y.
Farmers' Club Meeting.
[n order to bo up with the linus, n mi
wishing t<> do their part in any thing that
pertains to tho general wolfaro of our
conni rv, the farmers in ibis vicinity mot
at thc Wadsworth school house, on the
?JTtli inst., for the pt rpose of making tem
porary arrangements lo organizo a Far
mers' Club, S. M. Vance acting as Chair
man, and NV. II. Parrow. Secretary.
J. K. Boyd moved that WO meet on the
second Saturday lu April, nt 2 o'clock
P. M., lo elect u delegate to tho Conven
tion, which meets ai < '.dumbie, April ~.?.
On motion, the Chair appointed tho
following |commitleo to represent this
Club in Convent ion at Laurens, C. M.,
on Saloday next: J. E. lloyd, NV. IL
Parrow, C. J. Workman, J, J, Voting
and W. 1). Boyd.
Il ia tho sense of this meeting thal the
Farmers' Club be representen in the
Stuto convention <>n the Slit h of April.
J.J. Young having declined tho ap
poinlmenton ibo eoininlttee.on motion
of J. NV. Vt Boll, S. W. Vaneo wuschosoii
in his stead.
On moi ion of SV. 1>. Boyd, I he prooctid
ings ol'this meeting weroonlereil i" be
qiblishcd in the County papers. There
icing no further business, ibo Club ad
journed, to meet agaiii oil tho lOtll of
W. ll. FAUHOW, Sec'y.
Lisbon Farmers' cinb.
At tho regular meeting of Lisbon '
Farmers' Club, hohl March 27tll, ISSO,
the following subject w as discussed: I
"If farming (looa not pay, what is the |
remedy?" This Hgbjoct was thoroughly
discussed by a full meeting, ami tho fol
lowing difficult les prc se ii tod thoinselvcs,
viz: ? want of agricultural knowledge,
both theoretical and practical; tho want
of close attention to hU"iu0SR bv the
farmer himself ; thediifieully of obtain
ing reliable labor; Hu loss ol time in
hauling fertilizers and uupplios, which
amounis io groat loss of time during thc
year; thc high prices they have tu pay
tor necessai lea on lime,
The remedy: (Mose attention to bilsi
ness; planting ibo necessaries of life;
losing less time out of tho Held; buying
loss and living hurd for a few \ c-:i s, un
til they can pay cash for needed supplies,
After tho discussion was ended, Ibo
following proton hie and resolutions wore
Vvhorous, Believing (hat tho earnest,
independent sud manly course pursued
by Ca (st. B. lt. Tillman, In demanding
recognition in the counsels and dis; o
sition of the revenue ol' the simo, lo bo
wise, consistent, right and proper, there
fore, be it Kesoh od,
1st. Thal wo heartily concur with
Capt. H. H. Tilintan in his efforts, and
give our approval and co-opt ration III
the mighty struggle, (not for ascendency
or spronu.ulroi), but for equal rights
and protection against a policy suicidal
and altogether inimical lo Ibo intoresl
of tho farmer
'Jd. That when wo say retronebment
we inonu fewer olllees, and ?ess pay for
the necessary one?, and not for .ho
boasted accumulations or our country
to hw wasted by extravagant legi dot loti
ami technical usurpation of rifht and
J.D. M.shaw was Appointed ibo del?
galo, and lt. ll. Young, alternate, to thu
Convention which meets in Columbia i
on tho ??Otb prox.
It. II. YOUNO, Sec'y.
AiiURVlL>r.K, Mar. 29, IsAG.
DBAR Sin: A Conve lion of the cor
porators and friends of tho ('bester.
Greenwood and Abbeville Itailroud will
bc held in Columbia on Tuesday, I Ht li
April, at 8o'clock p. m., .at the (J rand
Ceni tal Hotol, lo hear reports fron: thc
towns ami counties interested in Ibo en
terprise anti lo take necessary steps for
organization of the Kai I road Company.
S'ou are respectfully iiiyilod lo attend
?.ml to aid in soeuring the iittendauco of
delegations from all points ulong the pro
poned route, lt ls hoped thal friends
from Athens, Atlanta, Libero,n andotber
places in Georgia, and from Mourne and
other points in N. c. will also be present.
W. II. PA CK EIL
L. NV. PEP lt I s,
NV, C. HEN KT,
Miss Marv Finney dlod a day or two
sineo, from the clients of a burn, which
alie reelvod some limo ago. Kev. r>. P.
Boyd OfllelatOd al the funeral, and she
was buried at tho old Huncan Creek
Church on thc 2?lth inst.
Rev. N. lt. Williams and Shornd Scott
carno vory near mooting with a nortons
accident a few days ago. While driving
in a buggy tho horse rall away, throwing
then, both out with considerable force,
bul fortunately, both ouoaped with some
slight bruises and a big scare.
The festival and fish supper given bv
tllO ladies of t ho Methodist Chun ill, carno
off on the'Jilli Of the month, and wis A
most complete success, realizing for tho
object wliii li they wished loaooompllsh,
something like forty dollars.
The Clinton building boom continues
to giow. G. H. MeCrnvy has joined it,
ami will commence very Sood on a new
dwelling. Messrs. H. S. Thompson and
ll. F. ForgUSOn are busy laying down
the material for their now dwellings, and
Kev. W. P. Jacobs ?H engaged in tho
erection ol a new printing house, at the
Thorn well Orphanage.
Thc work on the McCormick liOUSO
will bo pushed forward to complet ion in
a vory short time. Mrs. McCormick has
oulto reeontly sen!, in a check for a suf
ficient amount (o complete all tba work
on the building, and when completed, it
will present au appearnes, nt once unique
and attractive, being built of native Mini
bowlders, showing a face in tho wall,
sod pointed around w ith dark contant.
It eontaiua snventocn rooms and will
ACCOmmocdatO a family of about forty
AU tho oxen Iso? of th*Clinton College
nod high soool, are now conducted In tho
now college building. Prof. Smith, is
serving aa proctor or chairman of the
faculty, and ia ably assisted by, Prora.
Baruca, and Len, with Miss Ferguson in
charge of the whole primary school.
The tb?purl nienls of art and music are in
charge of Misson Lottie and Laura
Prince, So the Avholo time of each pupil
ls Idled up, and thoro iii no waste of time
>tvr vantof an ad?quats leashing fores;
Theresa HQ aieknoss and tho doctors
have all tamed farmors timi aro now
ready to join Tillman.
Tho morry sound ot' tho plowboys
whistle is heard in tho land, tho seed is
being put into th?' soil, tho birds aro sing
Ing'tho chirp of the littlo chickens is
Bounding in tho yard of tho farmer, tho
plum trees and poach trees aro in bio'jin
omi all tho indications mo favorable to
the MI i.el ad vont of spring.
I s. i ii glad that "Joo Prinoo" disavows
writing tho "Poem" in his Inst commu
nication, at the request of Tillman. Jt
is certainly tho evolution of bis own
brain, and I must say that 1 behevo it
along an entirely uow lino in poetry,
having know "Joe" for UlOUy years, I
wac somewhat aurprisod to seo him es
say tho rolo ol a Poot. i QOYOr before
heard of him tampering with thouin tes.
Bowaro, "Joe," folks may talk about
you In your "old days."
Puckett's Perry, Oil Sabida, is one
moro In operation. Titos, lt. Puckett
has put in ii new boat and (lttod it with
his patent ferry bo it attachment, and ho
is now piOparod to put the any and ?ll
persons over tho Rlvor v\ Uh protuptuoss.
safety and dispatch. We fool SlirO that
tho travoling public will bo pleased to
leam that thin for ry is again in opora*
As this ia tho year for an election of
lill many ol they State and county offices,
we would lieg to suggest lo those who
may bo candidatos, and siso to the man
ag? rs .?r political ma hhiery of the
county, that they do not bo III too big a
hurry; give tho people tinto to push fur
ward their crops and seo some prospoot
ahead. If the candidates Ci nu; fooling
round tho Acids for some tim?lo come,
Hie luipi that holds lue plow-handles
inlghl say lo them like an old gentleman
in ! his sect ion said lo his neighbor who
was idling round v. iib a gun on his
shoulder, sud wanted to enjugo the old
gontlomiitl in a long talk ai the pence. -
After the usual salutations, tin: old gen
tleman lunn tl his horse round and said ;
wei! 1 am keeping >ou from shooting
neighbor, geo up Bill," and drove ot!" and
loft him. Don't stop tho plow. Alf
thiofis dopond ou tho plow, while on thia
subject wa would say that wc boliovo
tho easiest and seorlest way out of th?
trouble is lo hold a convention and nom
?nalo tho candidates, or if thal will not
please thom, just turn "em loose"' and
li t every follow run on bis morita to tho
limo of election, and linn tho "longest
pole will knock down the simmons."
DOHIIOII P. O.
Wo aro having some pneumonia In this
m ig! thor hood, but thocascsarogonorally
Kev. Ifr. Britt preachodat this place
. ui Sunday lani to an appr?ciative au
Tho friends ?>f Mrs. .Ino. P. p.oli will
lie please.t.1 lo learn that she is rapidly
My friends musl excuse mo about the
Spring Poetry, i;s my machine is not
running well thia week: but guano con
tinuos (lush, all lite name.
Mr. and Mrs. T. li. Crows, of Laurena,
have ? aid iMs piuco t\.<> visits during
tho pi osent i.i'd;. Wo have also had
thc pleasure of a visit from Mr. W.T.
Kir. Lewis K..benson,ofthoftcborlson
Hole!, pnid una brief visit lust wrek.
Ile says that In some respects, I.aureus
lias ab eudy get to be bigger than Uow
The stove man, Mr. Col tra! ll, is now
canvassing this part of our county with
his superior Cooking Rangas. Ile offers,
undoubtedly, tho most completo Inven
tion of tho kind that I have pier soon,
and I hope that every man that is able
will buy on?-.
Kilon ffailstoek, a bright mulatto'wo
man of this neighborhood, has, for sev
eral years past, enjoyed thy luxury of
throe living husbands. Last wook sh.
wa. arrested and carried 1)0fore Trial
Justice NN", li. Stoddard and bound ovor
to court, lo answer tho ehnrgo of 'J'riga
my, [Mr. editor, if that \> o. il ain't right,
ploaso lix it boforo court.]
Israel Bryson, a relative of tho woman,
is Hie prosecutor.
Last week, three young mon living a
fow miles above hore, made overtures
for i rhto on tho construction train.
As tllOV had no money, the railroad au
theritios readily agroed that they should
have their ri.!-., and work it OUt a lu
cmigntnf. They wore carried live or
six miles and then rotpilrod to help loud
a train of flats with railroad iron, ono
of tin ni, being ratlu r young for such
work, win told thal WO tl Ul bc let oil' by
just simply cleaning tho engine }Voll,
I he box s lin.illy got through With" thoir
lank, but tliey hnvo not covotod another
Tho pig is emphatically ibo poor
niau*', friend, though it should be
supplemented by tho cow. Moro
meat can bo made from tho pig
willi the same food lb:.ll w illi elly
oilier animal. Beside, pigs breed
so rapidly that even a .small stock
ls quickly Increased, and it is au
animal that is always salable nt
something near its market va!- e
ST A TL OL SOUTH CAROLINA,
LAP l IILNS COUNTY.
Tty virtue of authority In mort
gage given .lan. 16, A. I>. 1882, by
Jefferson S. (?rimes and Samuel
W. O ri mos to Martha C. (?rimes,
and recorded in the Office of the
Register of Meuse Conveyance for
Laurens County, the 25 day of Jan.
A. !>. IHS:>, I will sell at publie out
orv al Laurens C. IL, S. C., on the
C. day of April, A. 1). lsXd, all tho
teres t of tho said Jefferson S., and
Samuel w. Grime? in airti to all
thai tract, piece or parcel of land
situate, lying and being in sahl
County and State containing- six
teen acres more ?ir less and bounti
ed by lands of U W. C. Hlalotk,
lands formerly belonging to D. C.
Sillier, dee'd., 'land of J. A. Dice and
of the Mount Zion Association
Methodist Episcopal Chun h.
Terms-Cash-Purchaser to pay
N. O. ll til DO ES,
Aa admintinter with will An
' Mar. t. HM H ii
Of the buisy season, and (
have a few lines of differ
suitable for spring and summer \
Bargain prices, rather than carry
?33 pcs. I^iguirodL
13 -pos. all wool c
ll pcs. Dress Fiann
9 " Repellante,
350 yds Remnants Dress (
It will pay you to louis
70 Corsets, various styles and mal
in order lo Sell Them. We have
Kock Bottom Prices.
Now is the time to encourage the
scholar willi :i now hook.
A lnr;'<> lot of
lo ho sold in tho next.Sixty Days
itt prices to suit the hurd times.
J. O. C. FLEMING A: CO.
Tlie letting of a Bridge to he built
across Saluda Uiver, afr Watts' Flor
ry, near Ninety Six, on tho 8thday
of April, next, at 12 or 1 o'clock, to
tlie lowe d bidder, und the specifi
cation of thc Bridge will be shown
nt the time of letting, willi the j
privilege of rejecting any iuds. ;
And tin- letting of another Bridge
across Saluda Uiver, known as
Boyd's Mill Bridge, on the 26thday
I of Starch, 1888, between the hours
! id' !~ and 1 o'clock, as above lated.
J. L. CRAWFORD,
County Commissioner, h. C.
Mar. ls, 1880. 84 8t.
IR^a/Lse S\jiip3plies ;
FOR TH H
Town of Laurens
Year Ending Jan. 13th,
BE it Ordained hythe Intendant
and W AKDKNS of tl\e town of Lan- '
reijs In Council assembled :
Section 21*1 Be it ordained thnt I
ali persons residing within the In
corporate limits of tho town of Lau
rens aro hereby required to tho?
roughly cleanse their premises on
or before ti e lirst day of April next,
ff upon Inspection il is found that
anyone has neglected to have their
promises so cleansed, tho Council
will proceed io have the sumo done
at the expense of the person in
charge of said premises.
Section 22d. Be it ordained
that on and after this .late, March
26th 1888, il ?hall be unlawful for
any dog lo run at large upon tho
streets after 5) o'clock at night.
And any dog caught in violation of
this .rdinnnc sball be shot.
Section 23d. Bo it ordained thnt
on and after this dato, Mar. ?list,
IStfG, il shall be unlawful for any
person to carry concealed weapons,
within tlie incorporate Umites of
Town of Laurena, and any person
found violating this ordinance
shall bo fined at the discretion of
B. E. MARTIN, Intendant,
G. 1). Anderson, Clerk.
TilE building of iv new Bridge
across Enoroc River, known as tlie
Allan Bridge, will bo let to the
lowest bidder <>n 9th tlfty of
April next, nt said crossing, nt 12
o'clock, M. Specifications pre
sented on day of letting, with
prlvilego of refusing any bids.
A. S. (>WINOS,
County commissioner, L. c.
Mar. at,l8?o as
harrying a larg^ and varied stock, wo necessarily
ent goods left over, sound and of good value^
vear, timi we will sdi nt a 25 percent, reduction from our uiua-1
Dress goods, etil s Ii a-clo s, ToEirgetin
IO, o t,s. GUL L to r? 1-3 ots.
cashmeres, loa.rgain ]prio?3 ICS, ots.
.own -to IS 0"t?r .
els, bargain prices G5, cfs. Selling now at 47 l?2 cts.
" " DO, " now G5 ct s
roods , different Shades and Styles from 0 ots, to 3? cts.
: at these renmnuls they are bona fide bargains.
:?'s, our regular'prices on these was from 75 cts. toj?$l75cts. And
put them down very cheap, fn un 50 cts. to %\00. Examine them
ANDERSON, BOYD & CO. %
Mach?n c ry
FRICK 80.'S gKGIHgS, SEPARAT
Agenta for '.ho Celebrated
OSBORNE Mowers, Reapers and Binders.
Cane Mills Wheat and Crist Mills, Sulkoy Plows, Corbin Dise and
Acme Harrows, Crain Drills, Food Cutters, Ac., Remington Koree
Pumps, Wagons, Cotton Planters, (.nano Distributors Davie' Swinging
LA0REI?8, B. C.
, Ularbie ? Granite Wort??
Manufacture all kind? ot
Home & Eastern Granite Monuments,
629 Broad St.? Near Lowor Market,
Can always be found a full lina ot Melun and Cheapor Oradea af
OPEN A.TVI> TOP ?5?GGIK?,
At lowor price* than at any other hone (hil side e: Cincinnati. Wate Vte%
la all made to order, ii lighter running and better inistied in aa UM etat?
of work generally saki aa .?tai.dard Yeh.ehrs? Kat 1 hare J.m meei ved a Adi
Une of Kino Finally
Carriages, Phaetons and Cabriolet? !
Just received, another shlpmout of those Puto Open und Top Bu?rg<?a,aasj4a.
upon special orders by tho bi;.->t niau ufaotii ron Mort h and K*t?t. XotJtlag feel
ing used in thu construction of tliesa Vehicle! but tb? ba?t ut aerials, ead ft*
?uulity, style and ttnifth, ara unequaled by any ot tu-M aow ia ti*
a stock a full line of
SADDLES AND HARNESS.
AU grades, which 1 will offer at lower prloel Utan hate over b*f??e<*
known in the history of tin: business, Milburn, ?tulobuker and Se*
Plantation Wagons, al I sites. Oak and llcinlo -k Mole Leather, Oall ?k Mts, Maa*
Findings, Carriage anU Wagon Materials, lisriieas Leather, Belt V-ejsjf J
superior ..oui I ty, Rubber and Lautour ?>ltiOgi Aiso, a full il&e ea*
Gnns. Shells, Powder, Shot, Table an 1 I'ookot Cutlery, Plow Potato iee #J|
Steelyards ami bua'.e Hearns, Grindstones, ?.ikes, Padlock*, Caressa
Tools, Kilos, Hingen. Window Hasn. D ?ors anil Bliads, Par? aaa Ott?
makes, Nails, Ax"s, Hoes, I'ioksjuid Mn i KMS: l'uohforks, ?novels, Ipadsa
Bells, whleh 1 stu oflerlng at lowest ?ash p> lons.
4. U. UOUliYIEAIs de***,
(Saoeessor R. II. U >>? A Ce.,) at the U.d nuu^Jtim UeorgU mm\
road Bank. T*'? Broad m rear.
C. W. HENSON
Retaurant and Saloon,
Over 835 Broad Street, .
Moni? furnished at ?l? hours, r ouaixting of all the tubvtsatlal* encl ,
a.hes of the season. Kvotytttlng scrupulously neat, tim beat or erder kept, ejsH
e poll teat attention given.
LARGEST AND 0I??APEST tlOUSK IN GEORGIA.
Stock Larger, Prices I .ov, crjthnn liver Before.
Carpets and House Furnishing Oood?, the large?* Stock float*.
Moquet, Brussels, 3?Ply und Ingrain Carnets, Rugs, Mate and Crumb
( lot hs, Window Shades, Wrall Papers. Lace Curtains, Cornices ?nd
Poles, Coco*, and Canton Matting*, Upholstery, Chromos. ?flTWrlta
for samples and prices.
JAMES O. BAIMi" A HONS, Ag'ti,,
? Mar. 21, 1886.-?4 714 Dread St., Augusta, Qm.