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LAU UK,NS, April Tm. 1880.
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Tln> People Univ-.
Tho theory of th'.' American gov
ornmcnt is that the people rule.
This characteristic, makes ours su
perior to every government on the
face of the earth to-tlny, und pro
eminantly the "honte of thc free."
In order tlv.it this grand, democratic
Idea bc successfully practiced, it ls
necessary that our representatives,
standing as public servants in the
halls of legisla! lon, should represent
not only the power, but tho will of
the people also.
We do most earnestly oppose the
present mode of nominating Cong
ressmen, Now,timi the .State is sn fe
80 far as the success of the dem
ocratic nominee is concerned, we
think it time tho people nt large,
who compose this party, have n
voice directly in choosing their rep
resentatives. I nder the present
system of nominating by conven
tion, it frequently happens thai Un
people are not only lu entire i^'.'o
ranco of who will probably ho the
most successful wire-puller, lu the
convention, but that the nomina
tion is placed upon one whoso views
on all important Issues of tho doy,
are not even known t<> bis constit
uents. He receives the nomination,
Oft i mes because of personal friend
ship; frequently, because he resides
ina particular County. It some
times happens that tho will of the
people, If expressed nt all, is sacri
ficed and a "d:irk horse" run in,
for tho sake of harmony.
The tendency is for tho political
affairs of a country to drift Into the
hands of the few, und this is the
great danger to be dreaded, If we
would preserve intact, our political
structure. So far as the nomination
referred to is concerned, it cannot
be denied, that the few delegates
to the Congressional Conventions,
exercise unlimited <lisen tlon in
electing congressmen. Ti is wrong
in theory as well us practice, lt is
not democratic, it is not just.
History shows US that one polit
ical party, however broad and lib
eral tts platform; however pure and
just its advocates, cannot lone; re
main so, if allowed full sway with
out opposition, This opposition we
can have, by bringing the various
?candidates Indore the people; let
'.them dismiss tho public questions,
amd lei the people <ii eldo In a 1'ri
mary Election, who h most (it to
represent them in tho councils of
Another great benefit will result
from this system. If the candidates
for congressional honors comes be
fore the people to discuss national
affairs and express their views, ii
will bo a great means of education
to the vot?is. Strike ;t subject
that has bet n mude nn Issuo in
State polities, and yon will find the
average voter thoroughly posted,
but take national affairs, tho silver
question for Instance, and he is in
a labyrinth of darkness. Wo hope
that tho time may soon como when
our representatives in Congress
will indeed] bo representatives of
tho people in tho true sense and
recelvo their oifico by tho Intelli
gent Voto (d' tho people.
Last week we published a card
from tho corporators of the Chester,
Greenwood and Abbeville Rail
road, in which it was announced
that a meeting of those Interested
in this enterprise would l<e held in
Columbia, on Mm Kith inst. Al
though at present little has been
done, wo regard the building of this
road as ?in evi nt of the near future.
Tho tune lue-passed when stu b en
terprises must "lie In soak" for ten
or twenty y oars, ii will ??v built,
and it will probably eros-, n part of
Laurens County. Our Clinton cor
respondent has always been san
guine as tO thoSUCCOSa of his route,
and wo trust the prosperous little
burg of Clinton may soon have
another outlet byway of tho C. G.
Farmer BEN TILLMAN has some
Staunch supporters In this com
munity. Th oro are many others
who favor tho convention or farm
ers, but do not caro to commit them
selves entirely to the keeping of
ruo man, especially before it is
known what this ono man proposes
to do with them. Hut till of our
citizens aro watching the turn of
affairs with a grout degree of in
terest, boliving tJmt much good or
evil may como of the presentAgita
tion, which depends upon tho
character tho convention assumes
when it meo?M.
Rcoitomy IM?- Beeret of Success.
oii?Mif tho greatest needs of tho
day is ?.nomy, Thia luis perhaps
boon Ibo cry in :ill flgos ?if thc
world's history, but it cornea to tho
people of tho South, nt this tim??,
with peculiar forro. Our position
ls critical. If wc would have flu?
Ronica turn in favor of a brighter
ern; if wo would have Ihc "New
South," which has often appeared
in roseate visions, to become n re
ality, wc must practice economy lu
our domestic ns well ns political
affairs; private ns well ns those in
which the public ure Interested,
lt seems Hutt there is a depression
In trude. Tho funner does not re
ceive moro for bis produce Mum
it costs to make it, und in conse
quence, every i ndustry is paralyzed.
Generally speaking, (his ia a fact.
Tho average funner in Laurens
County has made no more il.an a
living in tho past few years, ami
many have, failed io make even
th.it, While very few have bocotilO
rieh. Nov. the question comes,
Why ia litis sot
Of nil questions that the people
havo boen called upon to deter
mine, perhaps none has received
moro varlet! nod conflicting solu
tions. As euch man 'nus bis (?wu
pet thoory in regard to the mude
of farming, so each hus his peculiar
views us to why his neighbor lias
not been successful. Some will
contend that tim dilhculty is in thu
labor of Hie country; some, thai it
is the fertilizers, anti so ??n, from
the first act in preparing tho bimi,
until tho produce is in thclmnd.s o'
the merchants, wo find thal each
particular thing is offered by some
ono ns u cause of failure.
There ure others who honestly
believe that their fume- are
conducted on scientific, business
principles. They think that every
thing in their power has been done,
and attribute fuiluri solely to leg
islation, high laxes, &c. Begin
ning with the Constitution itself,
it seems that some man has con
strued every legi ilativo net as op
pressive upon the farmers.
While il ls possible that some
things might 'oe ?b ne in tiro way nf
legislation, for the benefit and pro
toot ion of this class, we do not be
lieve there is K single net on our
Statute book.i that works an injury
to t!ie fanners of South Carolina ns
a class. Indeed, it seems to us the
last legislature did nil that could
be asked, when they passed tho
priority bill. Aa to hie;'1 taxes, this
isasomething that a If ec ts all prop
erty hoblers, whether they 1)0 farm
ers or preachers, lint we must nil
admit that taxes are higher than
they should ?io. Retrenchment in
this direction is (be imperative
need of tho hour. We need fewer
ofilecrs. We mud lower salaries.
We nei d to have less money squan
dered by useless appropriations.
Taxes ure burdensome; but, i.-. th h
the reason why farming is md
profitable? Let us seo. Take thc
amount you paid Inst ye.ir and arid
it to the net receipts from yotu
farm. If you lind yottrsoif rici;.
' then oxclnim : Ku ral;a !
As none of these seem t.. ?ie tin
cause of failure, sume muy supposi
that it cannot bo made prellt able
Thia is emphatically n mistake
Fanning cnn be mudo profltfthlo
oven w ith tho present low price ol
colton; and that too, as well i;i
: South Carolina ns elsewhere. Sonu
men are making money al ii, anti
"what men have done mancando.'
Practico economy, industry and
thrift. Study your business, pusli
il. liny only thal which you ah
solutely m od. ICconomy does m \
necessarily mean parttinwnuf bul ii
does moan, thal mhnngotncnt which
spends money to atlvnntngo, ami
incurs no waste.
Sullivan Town-hip is consider
ably stirred up in regard to thc
location o,r the Greenville, Atlantic
& Western Railway. This Town
ship \oted u lax of $1.3,500 to nhl
this road, with the understanding,
if ls chinned, thal the Une should
cross ?it Gunt's Mills. The engineer
h..s surveyed ?1 lim- about a mile
?.ml fl half above tim Shoah, nml
the citizens have petitioned the
authorities, setting forth among
other things, thu! tho tax was voted
w ith ?m e;.o to the development <..'
tin; lino wator-powor nt Waro'?
Shoals ii) (bis County, and flint
they ItAVC (ISSUmnCG that tl cotton
factory, with half fl million dollars
capital, w ill be started if tho road
;< properly located. Anothorengl
ncor hn-; been employed to make
ii survey timi it ls probable that if
the mattor ennnoi be adjudged, an
effort w ill be mude through tho
CotirtS to stop tile Issuing of Hie
Thc (iront A nt i-Mulurinl.
flocoinmendod hy tin? doctors. Kee
ommoudod by tin- publie, used >>y Si
mon! everybody, Polhnin's Chill ami
Ague Snoelflo erad lon toa malaria in any
of its hideous form . "hether Chills anil
Wavar, Biliousness, immb Aguo or Neu
ralglO Headaches. Try it and 1)0 i"
fsy~ Breaks chills when quinine and
oilier medicines fall.
For Halo by H. v. Posey ?vitro, and .1.
R, Wilkes, unuronsi if. v. \ anco, Olln
fon; and <?ray, Sullivan A ttrny; Sulli
van A Miiaiu.
Tarin n ntl Household Note?.
Brass utensils arc often ruined
because the salt un<l vinegar nec
essary to 'heir thorough cleansing
Fruit or rust stains on lable linen
oh oilier white dollin may be re
moved by soaking In a weak solu
t ion nf oxalic aclu.
Wet the t.?;. ol' a. dish of mashed
potatoes with milk and std in tho
oven t'- brown. Lei it slay there
until then- is ft bro NV ll crust over it.
A practical experimenter advi
ses subjecting potatoes to tiie light
(ind air, after being i lit, with the
eyes upward until the sprouts ap
pear-a sensible idea long prac
ticed hy some gardeners.
l?\>r bed-bug?, mix together two
ounces nf ea III idiot', otic outlet4 of
corrosive sublimate four ounces
spirits turpentine, anti uno pint of
alcohol. The mixturo faithfully
applied is a "sure and certain death
to i h OHO pests," says tho ilcieHh'Jic
A teaspoonful of borax put in tho
last water i:i which clothes are
rinsed will whiten thom wonder
fully. Pound the bornx so it will
dissolve eusily. This is cspeelnlly
good to n inove the yellow that
time gives lo w tut .? garments that
have huon laid away two nv three
No nm it er how large the spot of
eil, any en rpo! or wooden >tu:f can '
he cleaned by applying buckwheat,
pier t (fully a" d faithfully, brushing
it i h tu u dust pan after a short time,
and putting tm fresh until the t il
han all disappeared. Never put 0:1
ii.;tii?t of any hind to cleanse sut h
Clover ls oxeellenl for (be soil,!
but li is nut :i good pasture un ac
count nf i!" instability, lt cann ol
I.? depended mi innre than ono
yesir, ami is not :i good feed even
'ilen. t'ntt?i1 will turn any time
from n field nf thrifty clover to eal
lite shorter and sweeter herbage in
fence c rm i - where tin- plow has
no! r.e. idly disturbed it. Wegi t
Ibis from au exchange, but don't
believe a word of ii.
cor thc onion My, sunt and koro
none oil, mixed willi ono hundred
Ihnes the bulk nf wuti-r and applied
with a sprinkler, are remedios fii
; voraldy recottiinemled, bat nnljvof
1 fe? ;i\ e. Cndotibtedly tin- best
rt un dy ?-. lo dig and burn tl..' ill-,
foe tod onions, of course beginning
this a* soon a? tile pest appear.!.
Muli i og Holli linds Sleet.
''I! is very wo 11 prating tn a fe!
j low about being economical, when
l.f ba - m? surplus income tu spend,
i but tim real problem nf life is tu
I live on m \t tu nothing al all, ami
make lint h cuds meei-''
This, crudely put a- the idea ls,
! gives tim prevalent thought of hun
I dreds nial thousand 1 of Kn g I is h
j working men and KnglisJi working
, women, whose earnings are drop
. ping duwil in large cities step I?
i step witii a slew sureness wlti h
; threatens, in a few yours, in loa>o
aetually milliom nf poople without
. mere limn :t wage equal le n sllil
' lin?; a tiny.
How can a mother koop house,
? j feed the children, and pay rent un
. such aa in li ni tes ?ma I KU m as twelve
pennies per diem ?
' i "Make both cuds moot,' is n sore
' j ami woary problem for Hu marni
? j it problem which, poor creatures,
?I they never work out in this world.
I To talk tu peuple, tim. cireuni
1 st a need, of thrift is to t alu nonsense.
! What is tho good of telling them
input hy for u '"rainy tiny," when nil
? their (Inys ors rainy, ami existence
mu- bei/, painful, headlong scrain
1 ble after a bil tifdry hretpl?
Above this struggling class there
? is another, that of little masters
, and clerks, llore wages aro better,
oat then tim expense-, of the latter
are greater, so in titi' end it cotilos
. to much the samo thing-a painful
, attempt to moko both onda moot.
r ?-- -
i Stiled Men Who \i rote nud
. j riddled.
. ; Wo don't know that we ever lind
I . in (bi country a nt sui lor who
Ihldlod. Util wc have une who
1 writes novels. injury will re
. cord timi \dmiral Porter's naval
. work was as gund ?ts he literary
worh WUS bad. Jefferson was an
excellent lilltllel'. Il WHS recorded
1 of bini that it was by the 0.'.I?
lenco of lils fiddling timi ho won
his wife fro .1 two formidable ri
vals, (hil ho was, in reality, a
many-sided mani thoro were fey*,
branches of knowledge willi which
I ho hud 1 : < .< some ncqu in lance.
?I Tho groat fonde wrote very fair
j poetry, mid Julius Ciosar, n o vu ry?
I body knows, thought ho was greater
as an orotor than ns n soldier,
though I ? ? - speeches woro really
i poor rd uff.
-Ci tl/.(dis nf O rovo township,
this county, are much Interested in
apian to chanvre tho direction of
Ibo Narrow (hinge Railroad, sons
to abundon tho deflection to I'olzor
and run Strnlghl lo Piedmont.
. Enough encouragement for tho
proposition has been received to
make the matter tho subject of
general and animal' ti discussion
?ml some action. It ls proposed to
offer a sub-erip) inn ol' live percent.
of tho taxable projiorty if tho
chango ls made, and n petition to
the County Commissioners to or
der tho election fer a subscription
has already benn carried a foil nd
and signed by many real estate
-"Well, Mrs. Van Dyko, your
bunbun SOOlllH to bo turtling ?nd ft
good many pictures lately."
"Ves; ho l8 really working too
hard; it actunllv interfere-: with
"Ye-, indeed. Why only last
night ho kopi murmuring some
thing about drawing throo qneens,"
-Stone is hoing gotten out nmi
the new addition to the Pcl/er ful
ton mills will bo ready for the ma
chinery hy the :*rly Call.
'.It curo J IIIY? <..!!', wife and t ? t > i ?? I. " '
JOHN T. FLOYD,
Silver Street, ti, C.
"I Kindly recotnincnd it. Olio bottle
euri ?i auvern! ot' HIV family. '
fob W M. L1CSTKH,
Prosperity, s. ( '.
These refer to PelluunsChtH ?nd Ague
Speollle. Por anio hy .J. IO. Wilkes and
lt, y. I'mi'v A Uro., Laurena; 1!. V.
Vance, Cl I II fun ; t tray, Sullivan A ?ray
arni bu Hiv ntl A Militia.
-Tho Inconsistency of thing:-,
agriculturally ls Illustrated in the
fact cited hy tho Memphis l*cdyer
thal "with middling coll?n ats!
cents por pound, a steamer last
week delivered *.o,t:;!n seeks of
Missouri Com end 2,000 boxes of
Chicago meat at .Monroe, La., right
in tho line.st corn growing region
on earth." Tho illustration sug
gests it.; own comment.
Hurthqunkes have occurred in
Germany and Spain, hut no serious
damage wa i cl ono.
of tho seven thousand hills In
troduced In tho present Congress,
but three have becomo laws.
Four cadets have Jjusl hoon dis
missed from Iho Nuvol Academy
at Annapolis for the otfetieo of hu
Tho copartnership heretofore ex
isting between J, NV. Lenke and
D. M. Patton hos Ibis day <!: olved
by mutual consent i>. M. Pallon
will, continue business nt t'>:> old
J. NV. L<?:iko,
h. M. Patton,
tn withdrawing from tho aboyo
linn, I desire t ? Ihunk tho ;.?:''!':?. for
pas! favors anti a liberal pu iron ugo
and ash for my sucia ?sor a contin
uance of ! he sam? .
J. NV. Leake.
.Mareil '_7:h. 18%
J. J. Pi.fsa. J. vv. rKm.eSOM.
NEW i? IBM.
Thc obi firm <.; Boyd, Pin . . A Co.
bavin:.- dlssoKcd by matu;;! eon
sent, lite undersigned have formed
II co-pan nership and will keep a
full Stock of Family Crecerles ami
"luntution Supptie ..
NVeareulsii Agts. I ir NVaudo F?r
til: OT and Aclu Pin ? palo.
HUT Mr. Pin -, in half of the
old Pirro, take- Ibis opportunity to
extend hhs thanks for past favors,
j and now solicits for thc now brm,
a liberal patronage.
(?ur friend- will piense notice
thal we occupy the handsome brick
building of Mr. (i. F. Little, on thc
corner of Main and I lui per SI ri els,
Where we will be glad n> welcome
PLCSS ii FF.Rl ; USON. I
Laurens, S. C., Jan. 26, I8S0,
State of South Carolina,
L Al! K K NS CO I! N T V .
IN COI UT I 'OM >!< >N PL! .AM.
i James s. Rlulock Pitt in tl IT against
Looma- NV, C. Blnlock, Freder
ick NV. NVngner and George A.
NVngner, composing the Him <>f
P. NV. NVngner A < <\. Thc Wan
do Phosphate Company, Kdwln
Bates, rho .. lt. Mel laban, charles
B. Bates, Isaac Holmes and John
B. Steele, composing the linn of
Lucio Bales A Co., John K.
Ober, Bobert oi^r, Gustavus
Ober, Catherine Hamilton, Vir
ginia Welkins, Mary Hickok,
Pilon Olier ami Matilda ober,
comprisising the firm of G, Ober,
SOIIH A Co.. NV. J. Pollard" Josi ?'ii
Bonshaw, rhos. B. Patterson mid
Fd wu nj S. Allant, composing tho
ll rm of Pattern >n, Bonshaw A Co.,
Biehartl Wood, Henry Heilder?
sou, Samuel P. ??> alwin and
Biehitrd NV. Bacon, composing
thc linn of NV ?od, Bacon A Co.,
(lemgo l>..\.ic und Benjamin P.
Moise, composing th ? linn of
Bowie A Moise, Seotto c. Nash
and limine IL Niish, composing
the firm of Nash A Brother,
NVheeler A Melloh I Company, and
II, Buer, Defendant-Summons
for Belief, Complaint not Served.
To tiie Defendants above named -
You arc hereby summoned and
required to answer tho complaint
in t li I < action, which Ls flied in thc
office of thc Clerk of the Court of
j < '(minion Pica-, for thc sahl < 'ottnty,
j nud to serve a copy of your uiiswer
to thc auld complain! on tho sub?
! -criber-at their ellice .it .Lau re ns
j c. IL, South Carolina, within I wen
i ty days after thc service hereof,
i exclu ilvo of tin- day Of such nor?
vlcej and if you fail lo answer thc
comptant within thc Mino afore?
-aid. the plaintiff In this action
' will npply to Ibo ('our; for thc re
lief demanded In thc complaint.
Cl N J,\Oil AM A II A BRIS,
PlnintilP.H A t lorn cys.
Dated Pcb. 27 A? D. i^x,'>
. ( i. NV, fjftiKbfi, ?'. c. P.
To tho D?fendant- Kelwin Bates
and Charle- B. Bales of the firm
of bidwill Bates A Co., John IC,
ober, Bobert ober, Gustavus
ober, Catherin Hamilton, Vir
ginia Watkins, Marv Hickok,
Filen Ober und Matilda ober
Comprising thc firm <-f G, Ober
Sons A Co.. NV, J. Pollard t Joseph
Bonshaw, Thomas B. Patterson
.Mil Rd wa rd s. A Hunt, compri
sing the firm of Patterson, Bon
shaw A Co., Richard NVood, Hen
ry Henderson, Samuel P. Good
win, and Biehitrd W. Bacon,
Comprising the gnu of Wood,
Bacon A Co,, Sco(to 0. Nash und
Dunne H. Nash, comprising the
firm of Nash A- Brother, and
Wheeler A Mellek Company,
John li. Steel, I snac 11 ??Ino
Von w ill lake no4 loo thai fm- sum
mons ami complaint in thc above
entitled cause wen filed in the
oilier of the ( 'In k of ( ''?IIrt of ( 'oin
moil PIOUS for Laurens County, at
Laurens Court House, South Caro
lina, on the 27th day of February,
PUN ?NOHA.M tv II A BBIS,
Marob IO, Ibft*. M
GREEN VILLI-. A COLUMBIA
HA 1 LRO? I>.
On und after Jan. io. iss<i, Passonger
Trains will run as herewith indicated
upon this road and its brauchen.
Daily, CXCOpt Sundays.
No. 63 t r PASSENGER.
Leave Colmillo? C. ? 0. Depot lo 4.r> a ir?
Arrive Alston lt 4."> * 111
" Ni wherry 12 48 p tn
'* Ninety-Six 203 p Ul
" I lodges :i 05 p ni
Helton 4 ll p ni
" < iroenvilU 5 ;*."> p ni
No. 62 DOWN PASSE Nt J D K.
Leave (ircetivllle u 4.1 ? m
Arrive llfltou 11 03 a :?
I lodgl s |2 I (' p in
N Inety-SIx l IO p tn
Kowbi rr y 3 02 i> iu
Alston 4 cv? p m
< lol .? ..> I In ."> lo p iu
Leave HeVmn 3 32 p in
Arrive ul Laurena C. II. 630pm
Leave Lutte? IL ROO a m
A ri ive at ti?!? na 11 on a m
ii, li. TA I.POTT, Supl endeut.
I ?. ?AnOWKI.h, A. ti. P. A.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
COMMENCING SUNDAY NovKMarn
1885, ul P.lft A. M.. Passenger Tra?na will
run as fol Iowa, "Eastern tluiot"
TO AND PROM CHARLESTON.
KAUT ( DAILY.)
Depart Columbia 7 30 a tn 527 pm
Duo Churleston 12 18 p tn 9 05pm
Deport Churlenton 720am 5 10 p ni
Duo Columbia 1040 um 10 00 pm
TO AND PROM CAMDEN.
(:...:! (OAII.Y KXCKHT HUN Hy V.)
Di p't ' Columbia 7 30 v.u. J of? p m ft ~7 p m
Dm- Camden I- 17 p m 7 42 p m 7 ?J p m
( \y i ST l> > II.Y I XCNrT MUNDAY.)
Dep't Camden <! .'. . a m 7 n m 3 o> p tn
I lue * 'ebin.bla .' -ft a in l? 40 ll m le }. in
Ti > A N '.> PRI Si APO CST A.
l VHT ( l?A 11 Vi.)
Depart Columbia 6 27 p m
1 inc Augusta IO Op m
WEST t DAILY.)
Depart t\ m md i 4 '.."> p ni
I ?ne t 'oluinbla 10 IO p m
( ( ?N N !'.< TD NS
Made at Coliliobia with Colullibla and
?ir. cnvllle Haili" ? I hy train it If ri i ii"t at
lo. fi A. M. ami departine ?. 5.27 C. M.
At PohlmblM Junction . Ith C., C. A A
Railroad hy Minne train tn and from all
points un bot!, roads.
Passung rs lake nipper at Branch
At Charleston with steamers for New
Y-.rk; mut with alonniCr for Jackson
ville anti poluta ea St. John's Diver.
T;:. ?lays ami Wa tn rda vs j with Charil
ton ami Savannah Railroad lo an ! from
Savannah undpolnts In I*'I or ld a, daily.
? '? vi.iy i:. end < '. lit lal
At Augusta wltroin '?-21 points Weat
Rall roa ls to and fekvllle to ...ol from
andi'.otb. At BhiRall roath Through
point", mi Barnwell ascii to MI poins
tickets cati b purehplylug to
Smith and Wo HI ..' ii
D. M. or KI N. A..:'). Columbia, S. C
JOHN D. PECK, Oeneral M nu-igor.
D. c. Allon, (L I'- ami Ticket A gout.
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta.
General Passenger Department,
Com: M ni A, S. C., J ul j I?, 1886.
M '. i '. /.ri D KxeilKSH.
Noilth Dai!"-. No 4s No.40.
Leav.i Wilmington S 10 pm 10 10 p m
" flemington 0 Vi pm ll IT P m
M ;r?..n ll 3(1 p in 12 10 :i in
Arrive Plor?nos ll p m | |> a m
" Slimier 4 ."?I a m
'* t ulm.'bia 0 io a in
N o t!: Dally No. 43 No. 47.
I i ?vi < 'ubi m Lia f .*..". p m
Arrive Sumter ll :".'? p ni
Arrive Ploroneo 4 IA p m .r>o7ani
Leave Marbiii 6 (Wp m fi M a in
" Plemiligton 7 OJ jim 7 Ila ip
Arrive w llmington S 33 p ni 0 67 ? m
Charleston attdColuml lu Special.
No. &3 No. 52.
Leave Charleston 7 2ft a m
A n i ve " 0 'lil p m
Arriv e Columbia lo .V. a m
I,eave .' ?? "7 p ni
T. M. K Ni R KRON, O. I*. A.
.1. K. D ixl?, Oen'l. Snp't.
c. u . uu i ru, Ar.?u*-. ColuasWa, ft. Cu ?
MAGNOLIA PA SSL.M. I :u ROUTE,
ti., L. ami A. ?V K. Railways.
In Em ot .fae. ai, I8S0,
Time lu.th Meridian ono hour slowor
than c. .v ii. K. K.
OOI.NO "i f I lt DAILT.
kj ar-e Sjiartanburg ".top m .r>;'.n a m
" Moore :t ?fi p in 8 2s a m
" Woodruff 4 ca p m 7 13 a in
" Du.o. e 420 pill J 40 A Ul
" < ira 4 40 i> ni sj| u m
" Laurens. 4 ftH p in u in a in
" Midi Point 6 21 pi.. 068 a 111
" Waterloo ? 33 p m 10 30 U 111
" (.'oroiiaea 661 p ni ll 02a m
Arriye(iroonwood 012pm ii'to a m
Leave <lr. en
vi .od 4 46 a m ti 12 p m I .'Si p in
Arrive Au- ,?>
gu>ia 0 66am 0 26 pru 7 00 pm
Arrive Allanta 7 00 um 640 pm
A rei ve Siivaiinnh OCOaui 4 12 p III
Arrive Jacksonville 1200 um 10 30 pia
(.ol NU Nf.RI U il A I I.V.
Leave Atlanta 8 16 p m
l.< ave J ackson \ il le 30 p in
Leas e .sas annuli s in j? m
l.eai 0 A lp
gusta I I ft p in .'. 3ft a m 8 ou a m
Wood 7 o "i n m '.. 52 a m I 00 p m
Loa ve (Iroonwood 0 62 um 1 'si p m
Arrive Coronaea lOJOu.in 218pm
Waterloo ?0 30 um 266 pm
" High l'oint lp43 a m .'( lo p m
" . Lauri ns ll lou rn 3-Vi p m
" Ora 11 34 U (ll I 36 \> m
" l?norce H M a ni .'. 17 j> m
" Woodruff 12 10 p in ii .'d poi
" Moore 12 40 p m ?; ti p m
".-purl.ml nig I 25 p Ul 7 40 p III
E. T, . ll ARLTON, P. A.
J. N. BASH, SuJi'L Augusta, Ot,
M:NV Rill LAURENS!
We have secured ho services of
oxporlonced candy ittauufncturorH,
and oponed a Pin-tory nt this place,
where all k i inls of candy uro fntVlo
from the pure sugar.
In addition ?.? (hi, industry, w <.
have a linc stock of fresh O'morries
always mi hand, which wo Roll at
A. It. SULLIVAN ?V CO.
HOLME'S SURE CURE,
MOCTII WASH AND DKNTIDRICK.
Cu ron Blooding <?nms, Ulcers, Soro
Month, .Sure Throat, Cloanaos the Teeth
umi Purifies tho Breath. Ue?d ami rec
ommondod by leading dentist. Dr?v
Vfired by Hrs." J. P. .V W. lt Roi.MJka,
lentitt, Macon, (ta. Por sale bv all
drugidi and dentist, and lu Lauron* br
Dr. P. H. CONNOR. 25- ly.
HOW TO GET RICH
ALL THE PARTICULARS R3Vf.M AT THE:
"WTher? You Oa,n ISny th? Cliea
?st IFuirnittr? intho Souith.
.Just Thinly, of lt
A Nico Poplar Chamber Suite, io pieces.$16 00
Beautiful Imitation Mahogany Chamber Suite, ton pieces. 28 00
Mice Large Marble Top Suite ten pieces.'.. to 00
Beautiful Walnut M rr hie Top Chamber Suite, lon pieces. 46 00
Very Handsome Walnut Marble Top Suite ton pieces..$60 to $"">00
Bop Lounges, with Springs, $160: Carpet Lounges, walnut frame..$ 7 Ot
Mohair Plush Parlor Suite, walnut frame.$86 00
Bedsteads from $1,72 to $160 Chairs from 46c, to. 60 00
Boc hors with carpets seats and hack. 2 A#
Those prices Just sweep the dock, and even Factory prices aro not a
circumstance, Call on us and bo convince that this is the pin??? t*
save yuro money.
FLEMING Ss BOWLES,
333 Broad Street.
On aeriel cvftor ?33cL inst., and c3>a.O/1
*lc?.a."y in succession,
IO Customers who will buy $25.00 vv >rt'.i Merchandise.
5 44 44 41 44 $20 00 " "
6 44 44 44 $ 16,00 " u
4 o ti II <i ?j 10.00 " *
2 44 44? 44 44 $ 6,00 " "
l or more, who will buy from Five Cents and upwards. l>^?t ?xii
('all at same tin.e. Send UP word and wv will v ?it for yt ti at
At Emporium of Fashion.
W. ??. 61LKERS8N
rr UN rr rm-:, PUBNITURE!
A car-load of Beils and Chaire just arrived nt Minter A Jarsin?
Furniture Store, Laurena C. !!., s. Ci
We keep the Largest 9 lock tit" Furniture In the up-country, b >w|Si
direct from manufacturers, at lowe i oa:th prier, in ear-loud lots.
We will sell you F;:r?iit. ;v. ' ehoapor than any house In tho Hov n.
"We vv- i 1 J. no t To o undersold,
Parlor and Chamber Suits in quality and quantity never before >*
Baby Carriage, Loungt - , .>:i ! ev? ..> thing to !>?. found in ;\ first d'-se
House. Call and see, or send .or < tits and pri?e..
Complete soi of Mat rosse and Beds and Springs. Also (.'.?. p*-s?
and Bugs Cheap for Cash.
ISFe^w TTorlc Cost
The follwoing Ooods must be eloped out in ne.xSO days at some pr'***!
Ladles'Newmarkets, Cloaks, Shawl-, Skirts, Dress-Goods, Flam??'?
Blankets, .leans, and our entire stock ready made Clothing. The abet, ?
goods must go: so call an'l secure some of the big bargains bofore tb# v
are all gone. A large lot Children and Lad i OH Shoes worth $l fe
1 60 vre uro closing at 7?c. Mens' calf i hoes worth $1 L>_> A 1 60 CIOM'M^
We sell the James Means $3.00 shoe, every pair warranted. AU?
Minter A Jamieson $2.60 Shoe every pair Warreuted.
Call and secure some nf [ho big bargains.
If you will call, you will bo convinced we .mean exactly *a h* t
I^IIJSTTE R, <5S JAMIKSON,
Leaden OF LOW Pnoos*
COME ONE, COME AL.
And seo and foci and be convinced fia
GRAHAM & SPANKS
IJrtvc one of titi* I.-!"<.-' r, Bt'Hl Assorted StocVn >i
Q EM ER AL N ERC 11A N D 1SE 3 N THE C OtJ rr n
Coll and examine our Stock of ?Ladies' und Gents' ?toso, CP nt*
Oonts' Cullnjrs und Cuffs, Ladies' Jerseys, Walking lockets*, x
V nf kel s, Cloak's, Dress Doods, Silks, Prints. Bleaehlgs, TA
Ginghams, Shirl lng, she dh tr, Coi lon Chocks,'Pablos I ?am ask. ')
els, Doylies, LIUSCYH, Joans, Co dmoros, and ov?rythlng ge--n
kept In a flrst-class --'ore.
??i btock ol'Clothing ls complete this Season. it* ?
o- 'pared to vive you m >?v\V lt? ibis linc
In lld? lint it ls llseioss for \i< to -ay auyt'uin:', for mn 00 v.".v>
know thal wo always keep lite bosl -tock of shoos in tov ?.
UAT& and CAPS- In this lino WO cnn suit everyb
e wish to call your altentio to our Stock of Shirts, I .
,shirt turns dew n anything on tho hill.
Groceries**-Sugar, Cottee, Table-salt, Choeso, Crackers, *
Coid.-, Soaps larch, Soda, Bluing,Popper,Hpico-JChewlng Co*
Smoking M obacco, Cigars, AC.
GRAHAM & SPARK &
The Big Baglel
If y oui wien to se? him, and To
groceries low for Cash, oa.ll a.t
J. R. Cooper 86 Co's.
Highest iPrioes -paid for Oountrr
Frodxioe. Hides, ?5cO. at
J. B, COOPER &, ;