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LAURENS, May 12th, 1880,
e?-local and Special^
Itnilroiul rover, liku tho ti<iY, comes
Laurens experts a rousing time at Com?
'Moo Prince" received too late for pub
lication iu Ibis issue.
Of all thc ills Unit llesli is heir to, fully
one bail are Imaginary.
Our morehnnta generally, observa tho
regulation of closing ut U o'clock.
Cour tea v is not like a dress-suit, to ls?
worn only on company occasions.
A slight change in tho schedule <>n tho
Laurens Koa.I look elfte I las! week.
Maj. J.\s. < 1. WlllTNKlt, a prominent
lawyer ol' < ?loenville, died on Hie fit ll.
As a general thing, wheat ami oats
til i'iu" in m i tbc county are promising,
Theswool prirl graduate in now think
ing of thc Commencement in .lune.
Don't put oil'doing a kindness for fear
it will not i.e received with gratitude.
A fruit canning establishment \\ ill bo
established ai Abbeville during tho
t'a'riners are busy, paying more atten
tion to their erupa ai present than, topo
If,you have ma ab >ndy done so, semi
us one dollar for Tn K LA r III: NS AOVKU
T isl-: it for one year.
Capt. I'. NV. DAWSON,.,! the Xetr* untl
Courier, has returned from a three
mouths trip to Ku pope,
.Mr. .INO. II. ()'|>KI.L, has opened lila
soila ami i.ercaiii saloon. I le can also
supply the demand lor lee.
NV. c. Il KN KT, Ksq., luis been ro-eloelod
County Clinirnuin of the Deinoeratic
Party, for Abbeville < "omit v.
Tbc Directe, s of Hie Carolina Cumber
land Cap ami Cliicugo lt ai I road will
mool at Oreen wood on tbc pith inst.
Messrs M r N rim ami AVKUllKAUT,
typos of tbc Ohneever und \'i*ilor ollleos
of Newberry- paid our town a brief visit
Several young laities ami gentlemen
attended Hie entertainment al Wood ru ll"
on last Thursday evening, and report a i
Tho Pink Tea given by the ladies of!
thc Kpisoopal Church, on Friday ni^lit
hint, was one of the most pleasant af
fairs of Hie season.
Mrs. Janies J. Hoyt, Hie venerable
mother of Col. JAS. H. Hoyt, of Hie
Haptitit Courier, died in Oroonvlllo last
week, uged 77 years.
The Laurens Ouards will be inspected
?in June 2d. Kew Com|fllllics in the State
can show a batch of "sojor boys" that
can comparo with ours.
A bakery bas boon opened in tho room
formerly occupied by lt K. of J. O. C.
Pl.KMINO. Mrs. JAM: I'IIII.SO.N will
superintend Hie baking.
All Hie modern Improvements and ad
vanced theories ari- skipping around, but
not bille; lias yet been devised to ascer
tain the sox of ii chicken hy inspecting
Wo have boon requested to slate that
Dr. 1'. ll. CON Noll will bc aliseiit from
lils lillico from Mav 121 ll l?> the -Mst.
Versons having business with Ililli will
bo governed accordingly. *
Thc Supreme ('oiirt of Appeals of Vir
glttlahas sustained the judgment of thc
Court below in Hie C i.r v Lill i s mill'dor
ease. Ile will surely hiing, unless ex
ecutive clemency interferes.
Thc Atlantic, Oroonvlllo A Western 1
It abroad ls now limier cont rael for gra
ding from Wure's Shoals to Augusta, a
distance of 7 I miles, lt is expected that
this wink will be completed by Septem
Prominent men of Ibo Northwest
have subscribed for copies of Ibm. (JKO.
D. TILLMAN'S speech on Hie silver ques
tion, aomo of thom laking as many as
ono thousand, while numbers of others
have spoken for liv c bundled.
Mr. .INO. II. DILI.vito, formerly of this
County, mid ii son of thc late Dr. JA M KS
ll. DILL vito, died at San Antonio. Tex.,
oil the ?".th ult. Ile was a young niau of
rare business ipitditleatinns ami sterling
worth. Thc many friends and relatives
of tho deceased, in this section, will bc
pained to learn of Ills untimely death.
His romains were interred in thc eenie
tory ut Old Kleids Church, near Ora.
The Wood ru t! Pi WC**, a mw paper
just started at the liv e and progressive
town of Woodruff ts belo. cns. Gregory
?V Harris arc the proprietors, willi Mr.
8. M. Pu.on VII, editor. The paper jvre
xentw a very creditable appearance in
deed. Although in lils first number Bro,
Pi LO n wi nays: "Puns you must not
hurl at us, or eDc you may hav e to take
thom back," we connot resist Hie temp
tation, but sincerely wisli Ibo "PlL
ORAMS Progress" a Journey free from
di ll'n o li i.-, ever upward and onward.
Who is He?
The mails have been Hooded with an
swers to tho riddle, which appeared
in tho APVKRTIMEn two weeks ago.
* lu almost every instance, the correct
answer wuxglvon, which is a "Chicken
Rooster." Mr. J. lt. Cooper was first,
Job T. boozer, of Clinton, ?nd Charley
W. Anderson, of Waterloo, next.
liiii m-- tho pnjortalninonl ul Wood
run*, <n lust 'I Lut)-m v tve n i eg,
"little "Dink" Sn KI.I., son of Mr. W A n
UKN HIIKI.K, of this place, met willi a se
rious accident, Tho bonah upon which
he wan Hitting gave way, mid in falling,
caught his leg. lt was badly fractured
Just nlMtve the ankle, the bono protrud
ing through tho Heall. Wo aro glad to
state, however, that tho little Mutterer In
Ht this time doing well._
Improvement of the Laurens Road.
The Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta,
and tho Oreenvlllo .V Columbia ltntl
roadl and their branches, and the Caro
lina Central, have boen lensed to tho
lUchmoml ami Danville Syndicate. Wc
leam that the authorities have nrrnnged
to place Htecl rails on the C. ?V O main
lino and use (he obi rnli* In repairing thc
Laurens Branch. Till? ll encouraging
<>n Monday, May LOI ll, this occasion was
appriately observed herc. At B.tIO I*. M.
a procession was l'on ned on tho public
square, headed by the Laurens Uunrds,
Next in order cann? the citizens; Iben
the survivors and llrenien. At thc ccm
Otory, a dirge was aung, alter willoh
Itrayor wasolForod by Hov. J, Y. KA nt.
The Koli ol' Honor was road by xl nj.
NN'. A. NV ATI's and the floral Offerings
woro thou placed upon tho gravea of tho
fallen bravos, who lie buried in our vil
lage eonielery. Wit li plcasure we notice
that in (his tribute to the dead, the
stranger was ind forgot ton. Upon tho
la--1 renting place of him who died among
strangers -tho solitary gravo of a Union
soldier, I be choicest Howers were placed.
Ult Saturday last about one hundred
and twenty-live persons from Laurens
attended the Anniversary of Ibo flinton
Sunday Se boo I. This is au occasion
w hu-b our people al ways anticipate with
picanero, and it is always one of interest.
Tho Clinton people aro wido awake und
progressive and have ever been noted
for their hospitality and liberality to
wards educational and charitable insti
tution. All that is Hooded now is the C.
Iii, & A. Railroad ano tho prospect for
this is good. Now that il has oeen shown
t bat our town docs not need this road, Ol'
at least does md desire il, wc sincerely
hope that it niav speedily be built
through thc Interesting village of ('hu
M i ss Dut* M MON o, of Woodruff, ls visit
ing i II to w II.
Miss MINMI-: Kino ls spending a few
(lays with ir lends hero.
Kev. <;. T. ITAHMON will preach at
Ninety-Six on next Sunday,
Mrs. J NO. K. HOLT, of Dorroli ia spoil 1
illg several (lays with relatives.
Miss IIAIIIIISON, of < ; reen v ?Ile. is
v isiting the family of Mr. <>. IteaoKss.
WO lil'O gllld to see that Mr. KowiN
SlTOUA VKS, who has been IJIlitO siek for
several weeks, is out again.
Miss MAIIV lt. 11 ol.M KS, who has boen
spending several mont'' in NVashing
ton, returned home on -dav last.
Health in this neighborhood, to use
one of the doctors' expressions, is dis
tressingly heall hy.
Miss Sunio Anderson of ML Hot hoi,
and Mr. Dargan of Oroonvlllo, are v isit
ing friends at this place.
'I'he voling men of ibis place have or
ganized a base-ball eluh, so our friends
of the Cross Hill Niue may ex peet a
Mr. T. N. Parks has opened out au ice
eren i u saloon in one of the Whatley
stores, where bc will bc pleased lo iic
coil!modulo all ol' his friends.
Our elllciont and accomplished toucher,
Miss M. I-'.. Darlington, has gone ou a
visit to Due '.N'est, where she will meet
her brother, the Hon. J. J. Darlington,
ol' Washington, D, C.
Wo think there ought to be a lat man's
show nrga.ii/.ed at this place from the
material displayed on our streets. There
uresix'mcn In Waterloo who weigh, In
their Stoekillg feet, L?tf.l pounds, vv it li a
boy of thirteen Kummers who pulls tho
beam at one hundred mid eighty pounds.
Thc road leading from this place to
Cross Hill is in a very bail condition am',
has been so for some Hine. Wo Would
like our commissioners to do something
for t bis part of thc country, as vv c re
quire roads, to go from place to place, as
well as those who live in the more en
Mr. ll. A. A ii dorso 11 has the li r st I ri s h
potatoes of the season.
Wo learn lind the billies of the lliiptlst
Church will organize a Dime beading
Club al t his shlCC.
Maj. H. N. Coningham, of Rosemont,
has been in town visiting Iricnds. Hob
is always a welcome visitor.
Mr. Calvin Kuller has taken eli tige of
the Central lfotc!,nnd Mr. Ca n for tl has
moved into thc Culler house.
Mr. lintier Richardson brought lo this
place and had ginned, one day last week,
thc last of his cot (on crop ol' INS."?.
NVe notice that the Commissioners
will meet here on May 21st, lo deter
mine whore to Iniild tho bridge ever
Roody Diver. Prom what your corres
pondent cnn learn, tho I very Hin il' will
bethe most desirable place. Itv open
out a road from this place to Hie Fork,
by way <>f ivory Din If, yon not only get
.i better road, but the bridge \\ ill bc at ll
place whore it can be crossed ni any
time, 'fake the ot her road and you hu va
one of tbc worst roads in the County,
ami as bad a place for ll bridge as can be
The celebration of tho twenty
second anniversary of the flinton
Presbyterian Sunday-school caine
oil'on Saturday the slb Inst. As
llSlinl, there was a large crowd
present, and all seemed tn appre
ciate and enjoy the occasion. The
trnlll from Laurens was well
freighted with tho beauly and chiv
alry of timi metropolis, and from
tho ii um bor of nuiles ?ind horses
tied in the church park, it would
seem that every corner of the sev
eral districts wus fully represented.
Rev. J. Y. Pair, Of Laurens, and
Hov. Mr. Hassel,of Newberry, w ere
present and entertained the vast
Assembly in u most satisfactory
manner. The entertainment fur
nished by the ladles was a success,
nod netted out about forty dollars
for lee-erenin und Icnmnndc.
At 1:80 n free picnic wus served
mid appreciating!*/ enjoyed by
everyone Oil the grounds.
In the afternoon n gnuie of hnse
hnll was plnyed between u nine
from Lnurciis und it Clinton niue,
with victory for tho Clinton nine.
Everything wus done decently
und in order, und the vast con
course of people dispersed reluc
tantly, in thc hope of mooting nguiu
OH the Saturday before tho second
.Sunday In ?May IHH7.
In the mutter of buildings and
Improvements, we notice that Mr.
lt. I'. Ferguson hus recently com
ploted his now dwelling, Mr. J. II.
Finney lins put up i> splendid new
bridge over the railroad eut in front
id" bis residence, and tho McCor
mick house will, in a very short
! time, he 111 U condition to be oeeu
11 is expected that Clinton will
I send a delegation, thin summer, to
: visit and make a tour of London,
Puris, Berlin, Vienna, mid nil tho
great and attractive points ol' in
? toroid in langland ?ind Ku rope.
! What says Laurens V Will she join
Our section boosts some notable
fox hunters. Sum Simpson und
Tom Adair caught thirteen ill two
days, recently ami they were not |
good days for fox bunting-ono ol'
j the days hoing Hominy. Old Sump
son had better look to his laurels,
and the Philistines to their corn, il'
this thing goeS Oil much longer.
A rather amusing settlement of]
n.dcht wns made hore a tow days .
ago. A gentleman owed another a .
small amount mid prosed to ex
tract his teeth to Cancel it, The
proposition was accepted, the teeth
ext raided und receipt passed.
There ought to Itt* H moral to this
The recent rains und line weather
have greatly improved the appear
ance of the grain crop. Although
the prospect is not nt nil Mattering,
enough will be made to tide over,
ami the farmers are quito cheerful.
WC were prevented by un im
portant business engagement from
attending the railroad meeting at
Cross Hill Inst Saturday, May 1st,
but am informed that the meeting
was eminently successful in every
respect, the fifo rata portion ol' this
township, towan! securing the
charter and organization ol' the
company, was moro then sub
scribed, und will bo presented to
the corporators nt the proper time.
Tlie feasibility and practicability
ol' the route across the township
bus been looked out by careful
business men, ?ind it is proposed to
have a diagram made to present to
the corporators. The township
feels umler a debt of obligation
to Col. I'.. W. Ball, for bis able mid
(dear exposition of Hie subject to
them on t bat occasion. Capt. J. .1.
.Met lowan w as very clear and em
phatic ill bis remarks, und Dr. .1.
II. .Miller seems io bo perfectly en
thused with the subject, and is con
fident of success. Your correspond
ent sincerely hopes that (he most
ardent expectations of nil may be
Base-bull is the amusement of
the day here. A match gnuie wns
played ai Cross Hill, lust Saturday
afternoon between the Cross INN
nine and B ry son's Old Field nine,
Cross Mill winning tho match by
I? scores. I write these notes from
hearsay, and If I make any mis
take in the technicalities of the
game, I do il through ignorance.
Business required UH to cross
Saluda Hiver nt Puckett's Kerry, a
few days since, and wo were ex
tremely pleased willi the ferry fix
tures, including bout-rope-, pulleys, 1
iVe. Truly, Pueketts invention is a
succe-s in ferrying tl bout over a j
stream, lt may astonish some of
your readers when I suv that the
boat can be turned loose nt one I
side of the river w ith the apparatus
properly set, and it will go l<? thc
landing on the opposite side. I
saw it done, and anyone can -.'e it
done by going to tin- ferry. .Mr.
Duckett is a model ferry ma II, and
will take great pleasure in explain
ing thu apparatus and in putting
anyone over the river for a con
Coll?n planting is about over and
fanners ure now giving attention
I to early corn, und preparing low
? grounds for late planting of corn.
HOI il) VI LLL.
WI T.II i : I. M .
Mrs Matthew Bryson ?snow very
ill at ber home at Milton, with ery
We hear Mr. Jessie Young's gar
den spoken of as the finest in the
Little Nannie Fleming Brvson
weighs fifteen pounds. We think
The old home ls not w hat it used
to heal Mr. Ifnlrston's, now that it
is presided over i?y a charming
Mr. Mathews, (he contractor
from Newberry, for Mr. Daniel
Monroe's house, hus begun work
und will soon finish it.
The Farmers1 Club mid on Satur- '
day last. Judging from tho length
of hours they held (heir session, it1
must have Been it very interesting
We were much pleased, u few
u few evenings since, to have a call
from Mr. and Mrs. Sn m ne] Vance
and children, also, Misses Kinma
Boyd and Mamie Hell.
Our community was favored, on
Sabbath last, with n fine sermon
from M r. Smith, of Clinton, nt Lit
tle Uiver, and in the afternoon at
Hopewell by Mr. Pooser.
Farmers In thu section feel en
couraged now thai Illili they have
had line rains, und are through
planting. Cotton comes up slowly.
Wheal ls almost a failure, too thin
to cut. Kali oats ure md good, but
those planted in the spring arc
The picnic ut tho Wadsworth
Adadomy passed Off very nicely
fine dinner, nice crowd. Tho young
people enjoyed themselves in "trip
ping the light fantastic too." We
seldom meet a crowd of prettier
young Indies or more gallant young
-Senator Bowen, of Colorado,
nays that Atton y General Garland
will not resign. In his opinion
"(he investigation hus developed
nothing hut the fact Drat Harland
i was unjustly licensed und morel.
PO WISH j?. <).
Thc Inion Mooting Wilt 1)0 hold
I nt Harmony on tho fifth Sunday
iii this month
Misses Nollie und Lillian Fro?
bridge, of Piedmont, were here hist
week on n visit to relatives.
Prof. lt. L. Homy has our thanks
for hh kind offer to assist in tho
minde for our school exhibition of
.Juno tho Ith.
Hov. I). A. Todd,of Laurens, who
has accepted a cali from Harmony
Church, w ill preach his Inst ser
mon there on Sunday?
A few days since, rpi tte unlimber
ol'our young folks took un excur
sion to Fountain Inn and Simpson?
ville and spent a most delightful
Dottie Owings, daughter of Mr.
A. s. O wings, bas been seriously
sick for the past month, and there
seems very little change lor tho
Tito pupils of tin? Power Shop
School are indebted to Prof. Milner
for an invitation to join the Lnu
rensville Female College crowd in
their proposed picnic to Laurel
Creek, but are sorry circumstances
aro such they will not have Ibo
pleasure* ol' going.
< 'i :\TI0K Y11.1.IO.
HANS VON SMASH.
Mr. Kllodgo's school ?it Kooky Mount
rinsed on friday, --iii eli.
M ?ss I'bit ic McDaniel, who bas been
attending thc linnea Path school, is at
homo on a visit.
Wc have bad \i.I rains anil small
graln is growing rapidly. Farmers are
about through planting. Colton ls be?
ginning to conic up.
Ccntervlllo Agricultural Club was
well at tended last Saturday and con
siderable interest was taken in the dis
cussion of sweet potatoc culture. The
Ideas given by the dillerenl members
were good, and would probably bohena
lleial to thc readers of your paper. When
summed up they were about as follows!
Prepare land w ell by breaking bcl'or?
transplanting. Manure well and lied
laud in rows I feet, and set out slip>
w hen land is in good order to plow
Keep clean with hue. Plow once, liol
more than twice, baise vines a litth
alter rain, to pres ent laking root in mid
?ile of rows.
The lards are building in the old eal
Thc crows keep pulling all tho corn tia i
'flu rollin and thc Bliow-hiid liavotilkci
Thc weary correspondent linds mithin;
he eau write.
l or Tn i: A IIVKIITISKII.
<) my heart is so happs' and light,
And the world is so joyous and bright;
All nature is Hinging a jubilee strain,
And I cannot but join in Ihcglad retrait
The clouds I hat Moat in the Line sk,
Ami the mocking bird says, 1 love ami
Ile sillas that he loses lint he Won't te
w ho - -
I wouldn't cither, and no more wolli
onie is v.,, lull nf Joy and gladness,
No time for sorrow, no i imo tor saillies
Nothing luit lose on (Ids sweet earth i
Mingled willi laughter, sunshine au
Tho world is dark willi woe and ninon
Thc bud decays ere Ute rose eau Moon
My heart is heavy with doubts and tea
And my eyes are ibm w ith railing (car
Life no more seems fair ami bright,
The sun ol' hope h ts set in night :
Thc joys ol'youl lt has t- passed aw ay,
And all tllO svorld is (lark ami gras'.
( > for thc time when Mic shall he o'er,
When parting and griefs shall he i
When in peaceful iptiel and dreaiule
My hands may fold o'er a p?lsele
KM-'. I AV Kiss.
Laurciisvlllc, April lu, issu.
-Lionel Tennyson, whoso deal
is announced, w as born in 1854, ai
was the youngest son of the pot
Alfred Ford Tennyson.
Crowfoot, chief of of the Iliac
feid, has accepted with thanks
perpetual pass over tim Ctmadii
Cacilie Railroad, and Chief Kabk
wnrpionnhy threatens the Toron
Globe with a libel suit.
Tho Camperdown, which w
launched at Portsmouth, Pdt gi a I
has cost $170,11(111 for labor and n
terials, ?ind the estimate for li
machinery amounts to .L'iu.">,ni
' She has taken three years to hui
I 7bb bands having been constan
employed on her, and it will be i
other three years before she
ready for sea. She ls thc hoavr
ship ever launched from gove
mont slips, and is the first man
war that hus boen launched w
her armor on, The Cam perrin
ls built entirely of steel, and in I
armament she will bo the larg
vessel of all her class, ber displa
mont w ilt be 1(1,0(1(1 tons.
Every Porra of Chills!
Surrenders Immediately to the ?in
olhlo remedy know n all over l.aur
Counts- as. FULHAM'S CK HT.1
Why HU d'or and shake when relief
sn distressing ami torturing a mal
can he hail for t he small slim of fl. (Kl
Take lin Stilist il ute ; don't he
snailed to buy ans- other article I
snme one may ?ny is "just as good."
it! Try it ! Try it !
For sale by .'. K. Wilkes and
F, Cosey ?V Uro., bant ens; ll.
Vaneo, Clinton; dray, Sullivan ?tr <
uno Sullivan A M dam.
Roan What the Say.
Jan. A. bininu, morella ul Nowls
S. C., says: give my hearty ami
I rnudllftcd approval of Pelham's <
1 Speeilic, svtllell I llSVO found from
dial, poi'Momd use; to he a positive
for Chills and Fever."
IL it. M liam, Clinton, S. <*., says
Will cure every tillie. I lias e V? li
ou my place, mill it cored all of thc
( 'bilja and Ces er."
ftp" Take HO substitute; bil}' the
art i'-le and bc cured.
For sale by J. K. Wilkes; II, F. r
?v bro., LaureuRi H, v. Vanee, Olli
fitas Sullivan A dray and HulllVl
That the secret of stied
duced us last week to ta
ing up in consequece Ot 1
cen! uiuler wlial it cost to initkc
ll Starts Eriglisri -v
13 SuLits French 1
? Starts square c
lisri, Sold usTjca^iiy
33 Seer sucker sui
MAONOIIIA I'ASSKM; KU Hoi Tl'..
G., fj. ami A. A K. Ital] way H.
In Kit vet Jun. 31, I8SII.
Timo 00th Meridian Ono liour ?loweri
tlooi c. A <;. lt. it.
. ?ni NH sur ru o \ i i.v.
Leave Spnrtanburg ?too pm 5 .'IO a in j
" Moore :125 pm ii ?Ka ni
" Woodruff I ?HI p m 7 l-l a m
Kooroo 4 2*1 p ni " ina m
" < ?i a I lo o in s 24 a ni :
" Laurena, I r?ll p in lu ?i m ;
" I lilil? jl'oint ? 21 pm il 58 a m
" Waterloo 5 33pm 10 30 a tn I
" Coronncu 5 51 p m ll 02a m '
Arrive tl n'en WOOil ii 12 p III ll 30 a in j
wood I 45 a m 0 12 p m 1 50 p in '
gusta t>r>.*> a in 025p.ni TOOpnil
Arrive A llanta 7 (HI a in (i 40 p III I
Arrive Savtinnab linn a m l 12 p m ;
Arrive Jacksonville 12 00 a m 10 30 pin I
(lol Ml Milt I II HA I I.V.
Leave Allanta 8 15 p m
Lea\ e Jacksonville ._' :HI p m
I leave Savannah H lo p in
gusta 1 -Vi p m ii 35 a to s on a m i
A rrive i I roen
wood 7 o .', n m !. 52 a in 1 00 p ni .
Leave (I reen wood tl 52 nm 1 'alpin
Arrive Coronnen lu in a in 2 ls j> m
Waterloo 1030 a m 255 pm
11 ii;h Point l<? ?;t :> m :: III p ni
Laurens lt Ina m :t .V. p ni
i ira ll 31 a in I 35 p m
" Knorec 11 .'iii a m ."> IT p m
" Wood ru fl' 12 lu p in 5 51 ji ni
" Moore 12 lu ?> m ll 11 p in
"Spartanhurg 1 25 |> m 7 In p ni
K. T. CHARLTON, <L 1'. A.
.1. N. LASS, Snp't, Augusta, ?ia.
URKKN VIL1/K A COLUMBIA
KA ? MK IA I).
? Mi and alter .lan. lu, lssii, Passenger
'l'i ains will run as het'owit li indicated
upon this rond amt its hranches.
Daily, except Sundays.
Nu. 53- CP PASSION! ? lilt.
Leave Columbbi c. ?V 0. Depot hi 45 a n>
A n ive Alston 11 l"> a in
" Newberry 12 ly p in
" Ninety-six 2 03 ?> m
" Hodges ""' p ni
" Kelton i 11 P m
? Ireenvillo fi 35 p in
No. .VJ DOWN PASSRNGKR.
Leave Oreen vii le '.' 15am
A i riv i Kelton 11 IKl a in
I lodges 12 17 p in
Ninety-Six 1 lu p in
Newberry .'< 02 p m
A l- l on I 05 p ni
( 'oliiuilua fl 15 p in
LAURKNH RA ILKO A I).
Leave Helena 'i 32 p ni
Arrive al LaurenaC ll. 0 30pm
Leave Lilli HUI a <'. ll. S (Ml a in
Arrive nt Helena H <?> ?? m
(?. K. T ALCOTT, Sn pl cndenl.
11. CAUDWKI.I., A. U. P. A.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
COM PA NY.
, Co.M.MKNClNO Sl'MiAV NoVKMIlKIl 20.
18S5, at 0.45 A. M.. Passenger Trains w ill
run ns follows, .. Lastern I'lllO!"
To AND PROM ClfARLKSTON.
KAMT ( HA I I.V.)
Depart Columbia 7 on a in 5 27 pm
Hm.- cburleaton 1120pm 000pm
W Ks I ( OA I I.V.)
Depart Cbarleaton 7-Jo a m ftlOpiu
hue Columbia 10 35 a m lu on pm
Td AND PROM CAMIVKN.
(KAHT (|>AIl.V KXCKCT Bt'NDJ V.)
Dep't Columbia 7 no am ."i 05 p ni ."> 27 p in
Due Camdon 12 .17 p in 7 12 p ut 7 42 p m
(WKST DAILY KXCKPT SITNDAY.)
Dep't Camden 7 15 a in 7 a in 3 l? p m
Due Collin.bbl li) 20 a in lu 3fl a m ld p m
TO AND PROM AUGUSTA.
KAMT t OA I I.V.)
Deprrl Augusta7 43a in 4 Wp ni 1035p m
I im- I 'hm lesion 12 32 p III 0 30 7 15 tun
w CST (DAILY.)
Depart ? harleston il :t."i ."i lo a ni lu :Wi p m
)>iie Augusta ll lu a ni 10 20 p in 7 30 a m
Made at Columbia w ith Columbia and
(Jrociivtilo Kail road hy train arriving nt
10.40 A.M. mid departing at 5.27 P.M.
At Columbia Junction withe, C. ? A.
Railroad Dy same train to and from all
points on lioth roads.
Passeiigersi take supper ut Prendi
At charleston w illi steamers for New
York; and with steamer for Jnckaon
Ville and points on St. John's Uiver,
TucadavH and Saturdays] w ith charles-.
ton and Savannah Itailroad to and (rom
Savannah Midpoints in Florida, daily.
< I corgi a a nd < "e 1
AI Augusta wltrom any point w
Railroads to and fekvllle to und ni
and South. At Illa Itailroad. Through
points on Barnwell used to all potptfl
tickets call he purehp) ying to
Sont h mid We bynp
H. McQUKP.N, Afir't. Columbia, s.e.
.I' >ll N ll. PKCK, (Jeneral Manaeer
' D.C. Allen, G. P. and TlokOl Ageni
3ss in selling is careful and competent buying? iii
ke ina lot of clothing from a House who are \* ind-*
the "Strikes." They were bought forty Per*
thom, ami \,c ?ill lot them slide in Uko maimer,'
v-orsted, wholesale r?g\ila,r jprlo&f
.tar sla.-u.gli.tor flgwr?, is.BO
Diagonals, all stylos; u8ualjobber?
! OTTiR, land-slid? ]prioe, 15.oo.
3TJtt Cassimere, to?a.TJtifui ana. sty
? ^13.Bo to the trade, Toxit we ofTor
m for only $10.00
its, latest styles and nobbiest designs.
ANDERSON, BOYD & CO.
Msicli i i, cry
FRICK CO.'S ENGINES, SEPARATORS,
A Kents for th? Celebrated
OSBORNE Mowers, Reapers and Binder?.
Cane Mills Wheat ami Crist Mills, Sulkey Plows, Corhin Disc audi
Acme Harrows, Crain Drills, Peed Cutters, Ac, Remington Koree'
Pumps, Wagons, Cotton Planters, Huano Distributors Davis' Swinging;
_LA I) UESS, s. -c.
C. AV. HENSON
Retaurant and Saloon,
( )ver Si*5 Broiul Street,
tW~ Meals furnished nt ?ll hours, consisting of ?ill the substantials ??ad ?*M
ctieica of thc season. Kverythlng Hcriipulotisly neat, I bc host or order W?^t( ne>
nc politest intention given.
LARGEST AN!) CHEAPEST HOUSE IN GEORGIA,
Stock Larger, Prices 1 loweiftlmn IC ver lie tor?.
Carpets ami House Kurnishlllg Hoods, the largest .Stock Honshu
Moquet, Drussds, tl-Ply and Ingrain Carpets, Hugs, Mats und Cruuib?
Cloths, Window shades. Wall Kapers, Lace Curtains, 1'ornicoi and
Poles, Cocoa'and Canton Mattings, Cpholstery, Chromos. gj&~ W tit*
for -?imples anti prices.
JAM KS (i. HA I I.IK & SON'S, Ag'ts.,
M ar. -J I, issi;.-:||_711 Hroad St., Augusta, Ga.
CHU alwin a du found a I'ill linc ot Mu lin n ia I Cheaper Grides ot
OPEN AM) TOE? QUGGIEH,
At lower price? than at a iy other bou -o this lido of Cincinnati. This wert
ia all in adc to order. I? lighter running ami better finished ta an thc CUM
of work i?eiieratly ?old as standard Veil c'.c. hut I have Just received a ia*
Jine of Flue Family
Carriages, Phaetons anti Cabriolets ?
Just recoiveil, another shipment of those Knie Op MI and Top Bu rtsle.s.
upon special orders by the. host inauufi urers North ami E i?t. ?i ?;hln< He?
lng used in the construction of these Vehicle* but tho bo^t m iter alt, and la
quality, Btyle ami lliiish, aro uneq laled by aay otliori now In th? marker
In stock a tull linc ol
SADDLES AND IT AUX ESS.
AU grades, which I will oder at lo.ver priuo* Ulan hiv? evsr bif ?r* beev
known In the history of tho bualnes?. Milburn, Studebaker and S smtarv
Plantation Wagons, all sizes. Oak and ITmnln-'k rt de Leather, Calf Skins.JaUne
Findings, Carriage and Wagon Materials, Harness leather, Belt Lteleg o*
superior quality, ltubber and IVattinr ll ?Itin r. Ais^, a full Un? of
Uuna, Shells. Powder, Shot, Tablean I Pookot Cutlery. Plow Pointe fee sdi
makes, Nalia, Ax .??. Ibu-*, Picks and Matt')C-U. Pitchforks, Who MU, ?part?*.
Steelyards niel S ile lea ns Orlnd<unues, Kikes, Padlocks, C*'P?>?ta*?f
Tools, Kile?, Hinge*, Window Sun. Dor* niel Ulindi, K*'ia and CUavrei?
Bella.'winch 1 am off-rlii* at lowest Cash p-lrtoe.
A. It. ?Ot?DYE4R, A-tr%
(Successor tn Tt. H. M *y A Co.,) it tho O.U au tia, opposite Georgi*
road Hunk. 7''t Itroad m reef .
Steam, Marble & Granite Works,
Manufacture all kinds of
Home & Eastern Granite MomirrientSv
529 Broad St.? Near Lower tyferket,
_j_- -41?JIJIJL4- ^?-sJJL.JUJ
HOLME S SURE CURE,
MOUTH WASH AND IIF.NTU'IUO* .
Cures Bleeding (Junia, Cloe??, More
Mouth, Sore Tin out, Clean*** tho Tasith
und Purines tho Hrenth. Pied iinO-?*??
nnnnended l>v leading de HS i*]?, wro
pnrod ?>v l)rs..T. P. A >W K ?(?I.MKK,
Dentist. Macon, <?a. Koa- aide by all
ilrujjTKlt und dentist, and in Hau rona by
Dr. P. ll, CON NOB. 2* ly.
nn ?lit linn. Iti/no'M.-. i.-.iiilr, IVrin-wirnt ,??in<>ii
ami gw.nl ??|ftry, UAY 4 taloa., 11 Berrin), itt,, X. \.
UH. SCOTT? 84* Broadway, NIW Ys>*W"
WmplMl. Mont pnraMr, Ccoaamlral, ?nit r?rtWs*
In WK- ?HIM BO KMU; CF?MI lt nady for Mart?. '
THRESHING ENGINES ViXm
mmyr Nilla, and SMiMMtord lM?l?m?H'?mBi
wall). K.na Mr tltu?lra??rfr,7l"iiT
t*ri?at<?ral Work*. YO>IK,