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LAURENS, May 5th, 1880.
4l06?l anil SpeciaLfe.
When will tho census <>r tho town bo
Homo young men tn town have very
High dog collara of velvet, Jot anti
Kilver ure in fashion.
Itomombor to closo your store ?to
o'clock ln's afternoon.
An oxoellont original poem from "Edol
Woiss" will appear next week.
"Man's Ufo la what he makes it."
Sometimes his wife has a bund in lt.
The council bas batt a considerable
force ol' bands at work on our streets last
A party of young men and ladies from
Greenwood "took in tho town" on Mon
Two of the most bonutlful and be
witching girls in town honored our
nandum with a call last week.
Laurens bad twenty two delegates lu
attendance at the Farmers Convention,
more than any other county in the State.
The recent rains have temporarily stop
ped farm work and on Thursday last an
unusual number of ladies were shopping
From tho amount of cotton ow the
platforms of our depot, it would seem
thal there is a little life in the the obi
Tho young hullos of tho Female Col
logo will take an excursion to Laurel
Creek instead of Dorroh's, on the 13th
Although Washington is said to be
very unhealthy, the average politician
ls w illing to go there and risk conse
Mr..). S. luviNosroN, of Newberry,
was recently arrested for selling a
dressed hog to a butcher, that hud died
a natural death.
Oovornor TIIOMI'HON has consented to
deliver the address on the occasion ol'
tho closing exorcises of the t been wood
Fournie College June 17th.
A match game ol' base-ball was played
here last week between "The First Nine '
and the ".Johnson Nine". The acoro
stood 18 to 4 in favor of tin; latter.
Mr. S. It. Itu.r.v, who was recently
licensed to preach by the South Caro
lina Presbytery, will serve Cokesbury
?nd Ninety-Six churches during the
I1.VILKV, HAUKSDA i.r A Co, of f? reen-j
wood, head the subscription list to the
Chester, Greenwood and Abbeville Kail
rend, with one thousand dollars.
Mr. 1). F. It.vi.KNTlNK, of Broworton,
bas invented a new colton planter. It
drops the seeds in a hill, three or four
bi a place, from ten to twenty Inches
President Cleveland says he is "too
poor to marry." 'Phis is not eiieourage
Ing to young men who receive a salary
of less than f?n.O?O and have not more
than $00,000 to begin on.
If the trish patriots succeed they
will lune accomplished that for which
married men of all countries havo strug- !
gled in vain for twenty centuries-home
The Tide Turnea.
A gentleman who resides in the heart
ol' t he city of Ct roon ville purchased a set
of harness nt this place last week from
Mr. Jerry Walton, for $?1.00 less than
the price asked in tint Mountain City.
This is but one ol' thc thousand instances
that occur daily, and it goes to prove
what our railroads have done, and what
others will do if w o can only got them.
The Ladies of the Episcopal Church,
havo decided to have their entertain
ment on Friday the 7th inst. Ko
froshmonta consisting of leo cream, cake,
strawberries and other fruits will be
sorved from 5 o'clock until 12 P. M. A
lunch of substantials w ill be furnished
also for all who desire it. Music by
tho Laurens String Band.
Tho Depot Located.
President Kori., of tho Georgia Con
traband tho Directors of thc G. A L.
Itallroad met ut this place last Tuesday,
for the purpose of locating a depot nt
Greenville and attending to other im
portant matters connected with the
road. The depot will be placed in the
business portion of the ol ty, noar For?
gason A Miller's store, which is ngrco
ablo to tho desire of t ho business men of
Greenville Depots woro also lo'oatod at
Simpsonvillo and Ilutlor's Cross Hoads.
Tho Advonturo of a Horse.
Oil lani Monday night a horse belong?
lng to Mr. W. L. (JUAY, perambulated in
the neighborhood of Col. lb W. H.U.I.'s
residence, and on reaching the trestlo
across Heady Fork, he concluded to try
tho experiment of walking tho trestle by
moonlight. HtrangO to say, tho horse
winked a dist nico of twenty-live foot,
before ho discovered that he bad too
many foot to accomplish this feat suc
cessfully. Tho engineer on the construc
tion .rain found bini in a very uncom
fortable position next morning, ?nd after
considerable exertion ho waa landed on
terra Jinna, a w Iser but not a lx;tt?r horSOj
for bo still suffers from the injuries re
coivod, willoh w ill probably Impair his
USOfulnOSH for life. Moral Keep within
Mr. J. N. Watkins mid family Will
move to Andorson, soon.
N. I?. DIAL, F.H<|" paid a busbies visit
in North Carolina last week.
Mr, caspor Simpson,of nionn Sprlnus,
visited his brother l>r. J. P. Simpson,
and friends herc Inst week.
Messrs. W. IL GILKHBSOW, O. F.
I.ITTI.I:, L N- WATKINS. L IL CoorWW
und A. W. ANOKUSON loft for havannah
Mr. A. L. AKAMS left this morning for
Troy, Whore ho bs? boon engaged to
work on tho P?(ttm S?nff?r, a monthly
paper published at that plaCO,
Wo loam that Mri. J. h. M. Inn* and
\lIss JKANK.IT Mc r\ui.AM>, of this
County mid KOIIKUT MCFARLAND of
Cheruw, ?ill reciovo a considerable
logaey from Kngbind by the recent death
ol a relative.
RI3PORT OP D1CLKOATICS.
The Farmore' Movement Solid In Laurens
County.---Pharaoh and Moses Meet and
Embrace.--AU Alarm and Jealousy Dead.
A moot lug of far u> ors was hold in tho
Court 1 louse oil Sulcday lust, to hear re
ports from the delegates to the StutoCon
VOlltion. Dr. A.C. Fuller, Chairman of
the County Convention called the meet
ing to order und gave u brief report of
the proceedings in Columbia, lb; stated
that it gave him pleauro to say that tho
movement inaugurated by ('apt. lb lt.
Tillman of Fdgollold, wits in the highest
?legree, successful. Tho < 'onvention wns
composed of th?? wisest und most conser
vative members of the Agricultural fra
ternity, from all parts of t ho State. TI1O8I
who have hitherto doubted tim move
ment us well ns its most ardent supoi tors,
could moi t upon tllO platform adopted,
with the utmost confidence.
"Steps wer?; taken to form a perma
nent organization and for this purpose
an executive committee, consisting ?d'
ono man from cindi County was ap
pointed. Capt. Cl. W. Sholl, represents
Laurens on this committee, ll?1 said,
un Agricultural College was to be built,
. il bout disturbing a brick in tho South
Carolina College, which was rocoivod
with applause. Salarios of otllcors wer?'
to be rcducod; the fee-bili and taxed
costs, should be rodlicod by the Legisla
ture. Taxation should be equalized; tho
lion law repealed and tim Citadel Acad
emy turned into a Foin alo College.
(.apt. tb NV. Shell made a stirring
speech, in which he rovlowod tho vari
ous ipiestions that had boon discussed
by Hie Convention. Ile was sorry he
could not give all that nccurrod, but
being one of thos?> who bail left hollie
with some doubt us to thc result of the
meeting, be could posltlvoly assort that
even tho most skeptical, 11 flor Inn ing
witnessed Um gathering, and beard the
dollborations of this solid, determined,
intelligent body of men, acting with one
mind for the good of tho State, could but
exclaim "<Jo?l speeil tho emt so I"
"Moses," unlike tim great Jewish lea
der, cunio to tho chasm, but walked
across and embraced "Pharaoh" on the
ot her side
I met, said he, farmers, doctors, law
yers, senators, representatives. The
?loor ls opon to all who ure pledged to
carryout the will of this convention and
ovorybody Invited io tho feast.
Oin1 purpose prompted the movement,
and that reform. Wo wont a new con
stitution, and WO want to make a bon
fire of tbi! (Jenernl Statutes of South Car
Hospokoof th?' frauds that have been
porpotratcd upon the stat?! by prominent
uttorneys in the Phosphate <'ases; show
ing that fsaXH) Imvo been paid air Olid J' to
lawyers in th?! vain hopo of obtaining,
about $15,000 fur the State.
Ho mentioned many Othor important
mutters which wo uro unable to give.
The meeting on Saloday was well nt
tondod, considering tho busy season
with farmers, and everybody seemed
fully satisfied with tho work so far ne
DOURO 11 1?. <).
Mr. DolveaU, our harness maker, is
now throughly acclimated. His work
has thus far given ontiro satisfaction,
and he has already become un actual
necessity to thc community.
Messrs T. J. ewings ami Adolphus
Woods have been doing some good work
in this and adjourning neighborhoods,
in tho way of repairing old Cooking
Stov es. Those having Stove out of or
dor will do well to cali tho boys in.
An Agricultural Club was organized
at this place on Saturday lust with w.
T. Dorroh as Pr?sidant, J. 11. Shell Vico
President, A. S. Owings 2d Vice Piesi
doilt and I.. C. Dorroh Se?-, and Tiens.
Mr. J. ll. Shell wns appointed u dole
lint?' to the Fnrinors' Convention to bo
i held in Columbia on the 211th inst.
James beck hail his Potato heil robbed
?me night last week. livery potato was
taken, except six or seven. Villi (Jarrott
hud the same luck on the same night.
1 bini the good fortune one ?lay re
cently to moot up with my friotid Dr. J.
S*. Wolff, En Peasant. The Doctor is be
coming enthusiastic on tim subject ?d'
O rapo culturo, ll?* has lately visited
soino of tho oraok vino-yards in fJroon
Vlllo COUIlty, and is well pleased with
them, ll?' says there arc hundreds of
acres of lund in I .aureus county, almost
VallllOSS for ?ny ?Uber purpose, that
might be made to return a handsome
profit it planted in grapes. Tim Doctor
wanted some information with regard to
the plan of setting the posts upon which
to train tho vim's. I was able to give
him one general rule which I told him I
thought would hold good in all ?-uses,
which was that the dooper tho posts uro
sot in the ground, tho less of them will
appear nbove th?' surfine. The Doctor
Hiivv th?' philosophy of the rule ut once?
and seemed surprised lind it had md oc
curred to bim before, but then, of
course, some men ure quicker than
Mrs. Walker says folks may say what
they please, hut taken on un average
timm is more meanness in one preiehor
than in twenty doctors. Sim says the
pronelior may ?lo very well in dav-time,
but he ls Just waiting for the HUH to g?>
down, while the doctor is just tho same,
night ami day.
Mr. I.. C. Dorroh, on ?.pening thc door
of bin store on last Wednesday morning,
perolOVOd a strong smell of sulphur.
On investigation be found a package of
mat? hes had fallon from tho shelf amt
ignited, ll had burned through tho box
and alSO through the outside wrapper,
niel t hen went out !
Mr. John Kobortson (old Dud) paid us
a pleasant visit on yeatorday. Als??, D.
M. Pulton, of I.auronsvilb'.
A gr?>at ninny Inquirios havo been
mado about tho boy, with n tall, said to
live in this community, [will state for
the Information Of all that the boy, or
innn, with tho tall (tale) ls n?t u native of
thin pince. Ho is a Newspaper reporter,
and only passed through boro. ii?> wo?
in Charlostoifwhon last hoard from.
We havo hud a Ano ruin, ?nd every
thing is booming.
One word to inv do ir friend nt Power,
.who loves so well tho ?pilot shade;
I'd like to spend ourpenslvo hour
With SQOtl a friona, though man or
Porhaps Il ls Home lovely Inn?,
Who thus, comes out ami makes n lint lei
About tho pollyWOgS and griiHH,
And then goes back to making butter.
If Mrs. Prince wns not so but
I won'! ."av what 1 lirsl intended,
Hut if this charmer dines to Hoe
..Tho least that's sabl's tho soonest
Mrs. Bullio Culbertson! who is goner
ally known UH grannie, is still ?ptitosick.
Qramile ls about Eighty six yeera old,
and mull] two or three yours ago, Hbo
has been stout enough to do almost any*
thing ll bout tho house.
Aunt Matilda Cooper, another aged
lady of thia Boot lon, la quite sick nt this
Miss Ollie Culbertson has been sid; for
several ?lays, bul she is now Improving,
Miss Ulntio Mo Dall lol has Just recov
ered from tot uttaek of tho Met?alos, is nt
homo visiting her mother Mrs. M*
The Behool ?dosed at Hooky Mount,
Friday tho 23d.
It is reported that a certain young mau,
between tho crook and river, was se?'i?
to leave tor 11 ?gb Point Sunday morning,
to moot tht> train, and lu; iiiignt liavo
gone to town to see a sick friod or rola
tlvoi as ho lookod vory Bloopy Monday
A now way to hive boos has, boon put j
into oxoouton In this section by a young .
man whose lather w as not at llOIIIOtlt tho
time. And for the benefit ol' those In
gaged In tho culturo of bees, I wlllgivo it.
Aller sawing up and wasting enough
plunk t<> build a good ai/.ed eahin, he
succeeded in making wind he called a
gnni. The next thing was to get bCOH ill
th?> gnni. At last, howovor, he pincott a
table under the tree, amt then Bot the
Quin on tho table. Ile then iminngod to
to tie a long rope around tho lindi where
tho boos had settled. Ile took hold ol'
OHO 011(1 of tht* ropo, and went around
behind tho crib and by giving tho rope
a sudden Jork siiccoodod in throwing tin?
boos from th?' troo down on the table;
but a few of the 1)008 not liking to bo
thrown around in stielt a manuel' went
out the rope without any malicious in
tent at all, tait simply to inspect tho ropo
arrangement, happond to como uuuiiox
pectedl v and surround I he vonni; utan,
and li?* being a miller either heard or
imagined Homo Olio calling Ililli down nt
tho mill jumped ovpr tho fence, und
started at full speed; but he was not
nea rod but awfully frightened.
Canners are jubilant OVOr a copious
rain which foll yesterday and last night,
It will bring up cotton and corn, and
make .small grain look like a paying
Tho clinton corroHpondont of the AO
S'nun si: II, has boon on a trip to the nii
clont city of Uonrgotowu, and of tourac,
could give you a long lottor on the goo
graphical position, commercial Impor
tance and history of t his ancient city, hut
all this must be defenec? for Hilo thor
time. Sittiice it to say, that it was a tip
brim full of pleasure and profit, and will
not soon oe forgotten.
Our Boctb>n hus boon blossod rccontly,
with much Hooded and bountiful rains,
HO that tho far mora, an.I gardeners, ur?'
rejoicing in anticipation of fruitful
Th?! spirit of progress and improve
ment In Clinton IH unabated. And o very
?.Hort is being put forth to have every
thing in goml ahupo,before the sib inst.
Which is thc- gold ?lay of the year,
Hail road talk is in order, ami some.
Hiing more than talk, should amt has
boon dono. Our aoetlon has subacrlhoil
its lull pro rata shan-, ol' thc capital
stock, in the C. O. ?fe A. It. lt. And tito
pro!ty part of it is thai our talk, is not
guss, nor our subscription straw. Clin
ton moans business in this railroad mat
ter, and with the proper eo-oporatlou, is
sure of our carly consummation <>i? lier
CUOSS ll I LC
Th?' Hail Hoad fovor is still raging; it
is all the talk. Men, women and chil
dren talk Hailroad. Voil may mark
In big letters anil paste it in the top of
your hat that Cross Hill intends to bo
bearii from who ll the time COlltOS to b>
c.'ite I he Hailroad ,
After nu Interval of nomo three wooka
we have had some delightful rains,
11 has been our privilege, in the last
few (lays, to see the larger port iou ol'
this tow md hp, ami 1 observo that thc
i oats crop is almost an entire failure, at
j least the indications look in (Ind direc
tion now, but still very favorable sea
sous for the next month will make a
very great alteration. Tho wheat is
vory bailly damaged, and the outlook
for "cake" in lins section is rather gloo
my. Our Indefatigable teachers have
Hliccnodcd in procuring blinds for the
windows of tho School l(ou->cnn?l lhere
is a great ImprovoillOtlt in its np
poltroneo, amt the pupils linVO white
washed tho building inside, and our
School house is now a thing of beauty.
The I.aureus Advertiser is sure Ibo
new Hailroad must come hy durons.
Tho Laurens editor has surely liol seen
that ft roon wood is a tlxetl point on tho
new Hailroad. lines ho want a new
road to UroOUWOOdf Hardly. Thc old
on?! is hardly packed yet? Or does tho
editor Wt'.?l' Ul ?trop tJrcouw'ood out of
tho affair altogether? In that case ,, HOW
charter ls in order to which we rather
think Creon wood us well aa clinton
w ill Object.' Ocr Mi,Hihi;/
A Hailroad Chill ier is easily nim-ndcd.
- Ko. Anvr.ai tsr.it.
1 tenis of I nt? rest.
Germany sent out 103,057 emi
grants last year.
Ex-King ".'heeban's nominal
prison at Madras is next door to a
Congressman Springer Invariably
appears with a yellow rose in the
lapel of hi i coat.
Tho thawing breeze that follows
the blizzard is known in the north
west as a "chinook."
Thc death ruto from chloroform
ls, according to a recent estimate,
one in one thousand.
Thc average agc of those, who
enter college In this country is
seventeen] n century ago it was
Every Form of Chilla!
surrenders immediately to tho Invin
cible remedy known all OVOr Laurens
County ns, PHI.MA M'S OEUTAIN
( MILL SPECIFIC.
Why sutler and snake when rall Of for
so distressing and torturing ii malady
cnn be hud for tht* sundi stun of $1.00?
-Take no substitute; don't ?H3 pcr
suadotl to hny any other article that
Rome ono may aay ls "just ns good." Try
it! Try lt! Try it!
Cor sale by J, K. Wilkes and H.
F. Posey ?V Uro., f/aureus; ll. V?
Vnnce. Clinton; tlrny, Sidlivun -Vr Oray
und Sullivan ?V M dam.
A Wholesale Toison i ?i;/,-.
on Tuesday morning Mrs. Lovey
Varghn, a indy about seventy-five
ye ars old livi\ lng in Butler town
ship, eight milos below tho city, bo
CauiO suddenly and violently ill.
Dr. E, I*\ 8. Rowley, of this city, was
was sent for and went down as soon
ns possible. While ho waa attending
the patient the dinner hour arri ved
and colativos of Mrs. Vaughn who
bad gathered at the house dined
there. The lady win? prepared din
ner found a quantity of ready made
COffeo had heep, loft over from
breakfast and warmed it over, ad
ding nutre to it for the usc of the
guests. Dr. Kow ly remained with
Sirs, Vaughn untill tho others bad
finished and then went in to din
ner. Before ho bogan eating, how
ever, he was called to attend other
persons who had become suddenly
and seriously ill and quickly lound
himself with nine patients on
A hasty investigation convinced
him that the Butterers had been
poisoned by arsenic, ami that the
poison was in tin? coffee. All who
had drunk it were ill, while one or
two who had taken none of it were
A messenger was sent to the city
for Dr. CC. Jones, w ho went down as
soon as possible. Ho and Dr. Kow ly
worked hard all night, und yester
day morning had tho satisfaction
ol' finding ail their patients out
of danger except Mrs. Lovey
Vaughn, who ls yet in a critical
The sufferers were Mrs. Lovey
Vuugh, Mrs. Vaughn, her daugh
ter-in-law j .Mrs. IMke, her daugh
ter; Franc? s Pik*', her son-in-law;
Mrs. .lames VordillJ Mrs. Isaac
Forrester, Bud Vaughn and two
it is not yet known bow tho poi
son got into the coffee. The prepa
ration known as "Rough on rats'
was kept in tho house to kill rats
with amt as it contains much arse
nic some believe that it was put
into tho colba' by un accident.
Tho immediate predecessors of
India rubber shoes, for wear in
cities whore paths wore prepared
<luring the snowy seasons, were ar
ticles technically described as "gal
oches". They were, in fa d leuther
overshoes, save that the protection
CO.me to tho foot rather than tooth
er parts. The prototype of the
shoe.-- was the ancient "clog" which,
indeed, was worn as a shoe or foot
covering, instead of an an extra
neous protector. In latter year
the "patten" of Imgland was kind
led to the "galoche." There was
always something natty in the np
pao ra nco of this article, and tho
facility with which it could be don
ned was in its favor as well. Yet,
woe to the individual who attemp
ted the use of a HOW pair upon icy
walks where the hard and Ktnotho
soles beguiled frcqUOllt downfullillg
to tito uninitiated. The original
Vulcanized 'rubber shoes bad a
leather bottom, and it constituted
un objection bard to overcome be
cause they were so slipory. Tile
Uso of bottoms carno as a benison to
tile appreciation of this species
of foot wear.
Black-Why don't you got mar
Whitt-Wed, the fact is, the
girls know too mindi nowadays;
they're too well educated. I would
not like to have a wife who was
my superior in intellect and knowl
ll.-Then you are bound to re
main a bachelor.
ll.- Keeause they don't allow the
girls in the idiot asylums to marry.
- Advertisers who understand
their business advertise more heavi
ly in the season of dull trade than
in tile season ol* live trade. It is
tlie slow horse that needs tho lash,
ned the fast one. Tito steady goers
are the successful advertisers.
They build up great business by
keeping themselves before the pub
lic, summer and winter, and
whether it "tins or shines, or is u
feast day or a fast day.
Onida says ii' the Venus do Me
dici could be animated into life,
women would only remark that her
waist was large.
Miss Sweet says she is happier
out of the Chicago pension office]
than she was in it, and is "making
more money, too."
Road What the Say.
.las. A. burl?n, merchant Newberry,
S. C., says: "I give my hearty and nn
nualltlicd approval of Pelham's ( hill
Spcoillc, which I have found from ac
tual, personal use ; to be a positiv?! euro
lor ( 'hills ami l-'ever."
lt, lt. M dam, ('linton, S. C.. says: "It
will cure every time. I have Pi hands
on mv place, and it CU rod all of (hem of
( hills and Fever."
ftp- Take no substitute; bil}' the pin
article and lie cured.
For sale by J. li, Wilkes; ll. F, Posey
tV bro., Laurens; ll. Y. Vaneo, Clinton,
("ray Sullivan ?V (?ray and Sullivan <t
State of South Carolina,
I. A T K RNB CO UNT V .
IX COURT COMMON lM.KAS.
Tilomas McCoy, Plaintiff,*]
William T. lloyd in hist ltd i of, otc.
own i iv Ot ami as nd mr. ofi
Ann M. lloyd, dec'il. ct al ,
Notice is hereby given that a
Keferenee in the abo VC stated ease
will be held at the Master's Office nt
Laurens C. II. on otb. day of June
next ; and all persons holding claims
against the estate of Anti M. lloyd,
deceased, tire heroby notified to
present, ami prove, the same before
tho Master on, or before, that day,
or they will be barred.
C. 1). RARKSDADK,
Master, L. C.
May .1, 18RG IO ot
STo year can equal
With an eye always foi- tlie late;
SEE OXJPt ST
MAGNOLIA PASBKNOKR ROUTH.
Cl., L. and A. A IC. Hallways.
In IO Hoot .Ian. ai, 1880.
Tl 1110 !K)th Meridian-One hour slower
than C. ?V G. lt. It.
(.OINK sor rn-DA I i.V.
Leave Spart anim r^ a (10 pin 5 ?">() II m
" Mom e a 2.'i p ni ii 28 u m
" Wood ru IV I on p m 7 Pi a m
" (.'.noire I'Ju pin 7 la a in
" < ?ra I ld p m s \i I a m
" Lae rons, I ?V.I p m 0 10 a m
" High l'oint 5 21 pm ll 5K a til
" Watorloo 5:11) pm 10 ?Xl a m
" Coronaea 554 p m ll 02 a m
Arrive (troon woori tl 12 p in ll aaa m
Leave < ireen
wood I I", a in ii 1*2 p ni 1 ?d p m
Arrive A u
gustu o .V? a ni 0'2? p in 7 00 p m
Arrive Allanta 7 00 a lil 5 4(1 p III
Arriva Savannah (I ?MI a m i i_? p m
Arrive Jacksonville 12 00 a 111 IOHO pill
coi NO Non rn DAI ;.v.
Leave Atlanta s Iii p m
Leave Jacksonville 'J ?Ml p m
Leave Savannah s In p m
gustu 1 .Vi p m ii ."."i a in s OO a m i
Arrive < '. reon
wnod 7 (I5 n ni ii 52 a III I 00 p m
Leave Greenwood 0 52 n m l ">n p m |
Arrivo Coronaea lu ina m "J is j, m
" Waterloo lu .'Ma ni 2 55 pin
11 igh Point 10 l i a ni :'. Ul p m
" Laurens ll lo a in 3 55 ?I lil
" (Ira ll 31 a in i 35 p m
" Kooroc, ll 50 n in .". 17 ?> m
" W.hull' ?2 III p m 5 54 ?i m
" Moore ?2 I!' p ni ti 11 p lil
"Spurt anim r g 125pm 7 40 pm
K. T. CHARLTON, (i. P. A.
J. N. LASS, Sup't, Augusta, <?a.
GREEN Vi:.LP. A COLUMBIA
On ami alter Jan. IO, 1880, Passongor
Trains will run as herowitli indicated
upon this mad and ils brunches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53- rp PA ss KM ; KR.
Leave Coluuihbl C. tfc G. Dopot 10 45 am
A n ive Vlston 11 45 a m
" Newberry 12 is p m
" Ninoty-Slx 2 03 pm
" Hodge* :'. o."> p m
" helton 4 ll p ni
" Qreoiivillo 0:151> m
No.52 DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville. 0 15 a m
Arrlvt Holton 11 (?:.. a m
H od gea 12 17 p m
Ninety-Six 1 In p m
Newberry .'t 0*2 p m
Alston .( 05 p m
Columbia G 15 p m
Leave Helena p m
Arrivent Laurens C. II. I) 30 p III
Leave Launns C. II. s (Kl a m
Arrive at Helena ll 00 a m
(i. lt. TA Lt'OTT, Supi endent.
l>. CAIIDWKM., A. <?. P. A.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
COM CA XV.
OOM M ENCINO SUNDAY NOVKMIIKII 20.
1885, at 0.45 A. M., Passenger Trains will
run as follows, "Lastern time:"
Td AND PROM CHARLESTON.
K A ST (HAU.V.)
Depart Columbia 7 ?Ul a m ;"> 27 p ni
Due Charleston 12 ls p m 1105 pin
Depart Charleston 7 20 a ni r> 10 p in
Due Columbia ld In a m ld INI p ni
TO AND PROM CAMDEN.
( KA HT (HAILY KXI'Kl'T SINIiy V.)
Dop't Colombia 7 00 am 5 05 pm ft 27 p m
Due ('ninden 12 17 p m 7 42 p Ul 7 42 p m
(WKST DA I IA' RXCRVT HON DAY.)
Dep't ('anillen ii 50 a m 7 a in 8 1") ]? ni
Due < 'oliui.bia 0 26 a m ld 40 a m ld p m
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
K A ST (DA I I.V.)
Deprrt Augusta7 45a m4 lop m 10/15p m
Duo I bal lest?n 1232pm00O7 IA am
W KMT ( DA I I.V.)
Depart Charleston ii 86 6 10 a m ld 80 p m
Due Augusta 11 ld a m ld 20 p in 7 ai) a in
Made at Coln m bia willi Col umbi? and
('reenvide Railroad by train arriving nt
10. 40 A. M. and depart nur at ft.27 P.M.
Al Copi mbi a Juliet ion with C., C. A: A.
Ital I roadLhy. same train io ami from all
points on bot li roads.
Passengers take supper at branch
At Charleston with steamers for New
York; and with steamer for Jackson
ville ami points on st. John's ll I vor
Tuesdays and Saturdays' with Charl? s
ton and Savannah Railroad to ?uni from
Havannah endpoints in Florida, daily
< ;< orgia and central
A t Augusta wit rom any [Kiln I West
Railroads to and fokvlllO to and from
and South. At Illa Railroad. Throng!
points on ?lam we II asod to ali point:
(iokets can be purehplylng to
Smtb nm! Wi st foy np
i). MoQU ISEN, Ag't. Columbia, S.e.
JOHN lt. PECK.Gonorul Manager,
D.O. Allen, G. P. and Ticket Agent.
;ar in introducing
r Staad isrc
this in pretty des
st ;ui<l best, wc feel fclmt we can f
ANYTHING IN I
COOK! J^ISTJD 1313 c
FRICK eo^s mmi
.\IIK nts for MK
OSBORNE Mowers, Tte
Cunn Mills Wheat ami tlrist Mill*
Arnie Harrows, drain Drills, Foe
Pumps, Wagons, Cotton Maliters, (.li
Agent for LAUI
UNDE1< ?H^ BUI
A|>1. L'S :V.) .'hu_
Over S.",.", P.i
ft9~~ Mellis furnished ?il nil hours, cow
CIH-ICH <>r tho KCUHOII. Kvorythlng aerupi
m? politest intention f^ivon.
LARGEST AND CIIEAPES
Stock Larger. Prloca Lo
Carpets und House Furnishing
Mo(|iiet, Brussels, il-Ply und Ingrain
Cloths, Window Shades, Wall l*ap<
Polos, Cocoa und Clinton Mattings, t
for samples und pri?es,
Mar. 21, is.se.-it?
J.J. Pl.OSS. .I. W. KKIKirSON,
NEW FI RM.
The old linn o',' lloyd, Pluss A- Co.
having dissolved liv nulluni con
sent, thc undersigned have formed
a co-partnorship und will keep :>
full stock ol' Family Groceries and
Weare also Agts. for Wando For
tilizer and Acio Phospalo,
grST Mr. Pluss, in behalf of the
old Firm, lakes this opportunity to
extend Ids thanks for pasi favors,
?ind now solicits for the now firm,
a liberal patronage, |
Our friends will please notice
Unit we occupy the handsome brick
building of Mr. (?. F, Little, (?ii the
corner of Mitin and I lurper St reids,
where we will be glad to welcome
PLUSS cv FERGUSON.
Laurens, s. c., .lau. ..!"., issu.
for thc Spring
ignes and sparkling1
ruf ely say our s?lections easily
capers and Binders.
, Sn I key Plows, Corbin Lise and
il Cutters, ?vc., Remington Force
iiano Distributors Davis' Swinging
R, S. C.
S, S. C.
-isl'm-r of ?ill Hie so I ist :i o t inls nnd dolt
iloiisly neat, Ibo best or order ki.pt, aa
T HOUSE IX GEORGIA,
wcvfthnn l?ver Refere.
Coeds, the largest Stock Sou tit.
Carpets, Hugs, Mats and Crumb
.rs, Luce Curtains, Cornices and
upholstery, Chromos. g?f~ Write
(J. HA TT/[ft A SONS, Ag'ts.,
Ti l Hrond St., Augusta, <"??>.
The copartnership heretofore ex
isting between J. W. Leake And
I). M. Patton bas this day dissolved
by mutual consent D. M. Patton
will continue business at the old
.T. AV. Leake,
1). M. Patton.
In withdrawing from the above
linn, I desire to thank the public for
pas! favors und n liberal patronage
and ask for my successor a contin
uance of the same.
J. W. Leake,
, March 27th. 1fts0 _ .
ninian i II i----Hirt?i?-?--^*Ttrr4-^?aT-rT -i-- ?
HOLME'S SURE CURE.
Mot TU WASH AND DKXTIFRICK.
Cures IHoodln? CIOHH, Fleers, Kora
Mouth, Sure Throat, CtoaiiMCM the Tooth
?JIIII I'm ?lies the Bronth. Faed nuil mo
ouunondeil hv lending dentint. Pre
pared bv Di H. .1. P. A W. lt. Ifltl.MKM.
Oculist, Mncoti, ?In. For sale hy all
dnn ll :et dentist, mid lu Laurena hy
Ur. l'. H. UOXN?H. -V ly.