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LAURENS, May 20tli, 188?.
TUB LAURENS MARKET.
LAUiiKNH, 8. C., May 2<?.
1>. R. Shies, C..
HaniH, Magnolia, 11<>
Lard, Rofllied, 7 ((>, 71 ?
Corn, white, per bushel, Q5Q
Meal, per bushel, a."ie
Orita, per bbl., |3.2S ?> fcJ.75o
Sugar, Granulated, por bbl 7'4e
Nails, por keg, 10 1) Basia, f&OO
Molasses, 21 (<t 40c
Salt, 12."> lhs. j)or saek, J?Q
?alocar an? SpGGia?tK
To church the two logother went,
Both, doubtless, on devotion heat.
Tho pat a ni prended with lluent case,
On l'liaraseos and Saddle es;
And, as they homeward slowly walked
The lovers on tho sermon talked.
And ho deeply loved the maid -
In soft and tender accent said:
"Darling, do you think wo
Are Pharisee and Saducoo?"
She Hashed on him her bright black eyes
Di one swift look of vexed surprise,
And thus, bo hastened to aver
ll?; was her constant worshiper,
"Hut, darling, I insist" said he,
"That you are very tair-I-see.
I know you don't caro much for ino,
And that makes me so sad you-seo.
Eight prisoners in tho County Jail.
No preaching In town next Sunday.
The fruit crop promises to bo heavy.
Commencement just two weeks ofT.
Oo to WILKK'S for the boat Cigars in
Spring chickens are in demand. Pring
After cloud eoines sunshine; after rain,
Tho tall chimney at Dix's Mill has
been pulled down.
A Slight hail-storin visited US Oil Satur
All our railroads are really for tho
change of guage.
Court begins here on June 14th, Judge
What is better than a promising young
man? A paying one.
A slight change in schedule on the G.,
L, A S. takes elici t very soon.
Col. Rice, Of Ninety-Six, is spoken of
as a candidate for Congress.
Our Bakery is how in full operation
and makes most excellent broad.
Work on the Narrow (Juage will soon
be fhllsltod. They are pushers.
Mr. J. <!. HnoWN and family have
moved to his plantation near Tip Top.
111.A i N1*. is said tobe an active member
of tho Knights of Labor < Organization.
The advertisement of J NO. D. Sit RA*
IIAN in another column speaks for it
Tho seven years locusts are duo this
Hummer and are OX pouted to arrive on
Edgoflold papers contain tho an
nouncoinontS Of fifteen candidates al
A Dollar is a small sum yet without
one from each subseiber we cannot run
The young people and school children
bud a plu-ulo at Irby's Spring on Satur
The trestle on tho (}., L. AS., over Lit
tle River, was completed, temporarily,
The recent "Mood" has given employ
ment to street-workers and bridge-build
ors about town.
The Chester QrOOnWOOd A Abbeville,
Railroad Company, will be organized on
The building and Loan Association ls
progressing finely. Never any trouble
to let out the funds.
On account of the delay in tho mails,
WO cannot give a detailed account of the
damage to railroad pro|K;rty.
Mr. JOHN H. 0'DK;.I., knows exactly
hOW to make soda-water, tho laist we
have ever seen in Laurens.
A horse belonging to Mr. J. M. LKAKK,
about threo miles from town, was killed
by lightning one day last week.
It ls whispered that "orange blossoms"
will be called into requisition in a few
day? at a popular residence in town.
Oii.KKKsox,at tho Emporium, says,
its nows is scarce, his advertisement will
bo of no little interest to parties in pos
session of theea?h,
Owlltg to tho fact that the State Nor
mal Instutute will meet this year in
?Ireonville, lt has been decided not to
bold a County Instituto in thia county.
.?Ol lt is excellent
To havo a giant's strength;
lint it is tyrannous
To vise it liko a giant."
After many changos, the route of tho
O. ev L. Railroad In Qroonvlllo baa boon
settled. It wlllnot run through Couit
Htroet, but will reach tho depot at the
old Irwine place, by cutting across lots.
"Wo loam that Capt. O. W. SIIKLL'S
mill, a few miles from town carno near
bel ne: destroyed by Aro last weok. One
house caught from H ?park from tho on
gino and was consumed, but by tho time
ly asslatanco of road hands togothcr
with tho rain, futher dam ago waa pre
vented This is the second narrow 0s
ci?o frOm tire ho hus had rocntly.
Will bo noticed In tho advertisement
of Ibo reliable and popular furniture
hOUSe Of F LKW f*HO A MoWi.KS, Augusta,
Os. All WIMI nood Sit?elos In their lino
will do well to give them a allowing bo
fors purchasing. _
We bog tho Indulgen -o of our pntrom
this weok fir tho appearance of Tim
A nv Kier i SSH. Our paper waa oxprosaod
from Columbia on Monday last, but OW?
lng to tit? -wash-out* mi tho railroad, lt
haa failed to roach IM in time. As this
lathe first unfortunate occurrence of
this kind that haa happened, we ask In
dulgence ?lidtrust lt may ls? the laat.
As Wj go to press our paper arrivos.
The Matoh Gamo.
Tho Kanu? or Haso-bnII played horo on
Saturday, between tho "School Hoya,"
of Clinton, and tho "Second Nino," of
Laurens, resulted in a victory fur the
former by a ?core of i to 9. Tho gamo
was an Interesting ono and was wit
nessed by quite a crowd ol* speetators.
Tho game stands as follows:
Tho National Bank of Laurena has
b?on partially organized hy the election
of the following directors: S. It. Todd,
II. W. Ball, J. w. Ferguson, W. L. Boyd,
W. I). Cannon, lt. H. Iludgens, lt. L.
McCaughrin. .Ino. B. Cleveland, Jno. A.
The capital stock, $70,(100, lias been
Bllbscribodand in a few days tin; Direc
tors will 'meet and elect ollleers. On
July 1st, 50 per cent of the capital stock
will be paid in, and business will begin
on tho 1st of August.
The L. F. C. Comraeucoment.
Tho Commencement Exorcises of the
Lauren ville Female College will como
oil' according to the following pro
Thursday, June lo, 1RS0, 8 P. M., Pri
Friday, June ll, 1881!, 2 to 5 and 8 to 10
P. M., Art Reooption.
Sunday, June 13, 1886, ll A.M., Tn tho
College Chapel, Commencement Sermon
by Rov. C. W. Lane, I). I)., Athens, (Ja.
Monday, June 14,10. ?0 A. M., Soldions
by members of various classes. 8 P. M.,
Concert by Music Class.
Tuesday, Juno 15, 1880, 10..10 A. M.,
Annaul Address, by Hon. W. C. Benet,
Abbevqie, s. c. s P. M., Exorcises of
It. W. MILNER,
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It is utterly impossible to estimate tho
damage occasioned by the recent rains.
It was perhaps tito most disastrous
freshot ever known in Hus section.
Railroads, trestles and bridges have
been swept away, ami tint damage! to
fanners is beyond estimation. All pas
senger and freight trains ceased opera
tions, except tlie old reliable Laurens
road, ami an no communication was
malle at Newdierry, this was of little
servleo. For four days tho town of
Laurens was completely cut off from
tho outside world, without mail or t?lo
graphie communication. The railroads
have acted promptly in repairing the
damage temporarily, and soon trains
will run regularly on schodulctime.
Mrs. A. W. ANDKR80N is visiting rel
atives in Qroonvillo
M iss BKKVKS, of Newberry, is visit
ing tlie family of Mr. RoYOH HuNTKR.
Mr. Jas. IL TIIAYMI.VM and family re
turned on Wednesday last from a visit
Dr.CAnoi.es SIMPSON, of Greenville,
was dotainod here several days by the
STono J. SIMPSON, Esq., of Spartan
burg, and Miss F.I.I.A SIMPSON, daughter
ol' thc Chief Justice, were married in Co
lumbia on I lie 1st li inst.
Mr. PAUL SIMPSON, one of the popular
proprietors of tho Oloilll Springs sum
mer resort, has been visiting relativos
and friends here last week.
Richmond and Danville Railroad-Colum
bia and Greenville Division.
Com-M III A, S. C. May 13, 1000.
CHANUK O? GUAGE.
Owing to chango Of gauge on these
roads the following notice becomes nec
No passenger trains will bo run as
Train leaving Columbia at 10.45 a. m.
for Spartunhurg and Intermediate sta
tions June 8rd.
Train leaving Spartunhurg 12 m. for
Columbia and intermediate stations
On main line ami bram hes no trains
will be runs June 8th.
Traill leaving Bolton 4.tfi p. m., for
Walhalla and intermediate stations
Train leaving Hollges J.10 p. m. for Ab
boville Juno 7th.
On June 2ml to Uh no perishable
freight will ho received and no Irciidit
forward**! on thc line front Alston to
(pi the 7th and to the 0th on main line
Agents will be governed accordingly
and the public is hereby notilicd.
A. G. F. and P. A.
O. It. TASCOTT, Sup't.
CHOSK HILT., May IsSO.
Tho citizens of Cross Hill held a meet
ing in the interest of tho C. G. A A. It. II.
on May 1st. Speeches were made by
Col. B. W. Ball, Dr. J. II. Miller, Capt.
J. J. McGowan and Mr. J. W. Jones.
Delegates wore thon cleeted to represent
Crosa Hill and Mountvillo at tho next
meeting of tho subscribers and friends
of said road. Tboy woro ('apt. J. J. Me.
Gowan, Dra. P. (J. Fullor, J. H. Miller,
E. M. Cain, J. E. McGowan, K. T. Mc
Swain, Messrs. J. W. Jones, Hugh Lea
man, M. T. Simpson, W. T. Austin, W.
L. Turnor and (leo. Hanna.
Of these, Dr. J. IT. Miller was chosen to
represent thc stock of Cross HUI Town
ship at the organization of Hie company.
Ordered by the president now thal the
Hmo and place of meeting of tho sub
scribers has hoon Axed (Greenwood 22d.
June next) that tropics of tho above pro
ceedings bc furnialiod tho County pres?
with a request to publish.
K. M. CAIN,
DAVID RORNSIPK, Koo'y.
-It was the duty of English
coroners in olden days to hold in
quests not only on deaths, hui on
lires, burglaries and robberies. In
nuests on fires are still held in
Northumberland, and lt is now pro
posed to re-lntroduee into London
the ancient "crowner's quest law"
in the matter of Arcs.
Murrio 1, on tin- S?Otll inst., py Hov. \V.
I'. Jacobs, at tin? bride's residence, ii oar
(Minton, Mr. J. II. Holland to Miss Saldo
Finney. No cards.
Tho lioney-boo is receiving a good
deal of attention tn our section. Itcside
Hie old and extensiv?* apiary ol' lt. 8.
Pldnney, Mr. J. I'. Pearson, Kitt and
Tom DI I lard, T. I>. ItamagO and .1. Krank
Copoland liavoall g<>n?< Into beo-kooping
to make it a paying business. There
are sonn? lively scenes enacted nt hiving
time by some ol' these amateures.
A citi/.cn from tho rural district was
in town some time ago prospecting l'or a
plano, Wlion he came upon one nf mil
town boys playing on a mouth-organ.
He was so struck willi Hie music that
he invested a quartdr in a couple of
harps, willoh lu* said would do his folks
about as well as a piano, and at a much
Within the past week, Hiere has been
one ot Hie most destructive rains ever
known in this section since Hie memo
rable freshet of lKTrJ. Both bottoms and
Uplands are terribly washed, ami much
oi the farm work already done will have
to be done over. Nearly every bridge
in the lower section ol' the County, so
far as heard from, Is swept away, inclu
ding the very high bridge over Kittle
Hiver, at Milton, SO that tax-payers may
lookout. These bridges will all havo to
be rebuilt, and it takes money to do
The entertainment which should have
como off on thc 21st has boen postponed
until Friday evening, Hie 28tb inst. A
full li?e ol' seasonable refreshments will
be served at moderate prices. Tho Ku
koskiaus desire tho presence of all their
friends, and hope to provide a pleasant
evening's entertainment for them. In
this connection, we have been informed
that Mr. N.J. Holmes, of the Laurens
Har, will deliver the annual address to
this young society, at the time ot' the
College Commencement, ami that (icu.
Prince, of Cheraw, will deliver the Com
mencement address on the 1st day of
llarbccuo dinner In town last Satur
Railroad fever ia at this place seems
to be cooling oil".
Mr. Jas. Crisp, of Laurens, was in
town last Sunday, visiting Mr. ll. A.
Married, May 15th, is?<>, Mr. Willie
Daniel to Miss Lulu Anderson; both ot'
Mr. W. H. Boyd has returned from
Johnston, whore bo has been yisitng
for some time.
Mr. W. L. Lindsay lias been ?lek for
some time, but we ?re glad to see him
on the streets again.
A number of our young people spent
quito a pleasant day Hailing on Hocdy
Hiver one day last week.
During the wind storm here last week,
the roof of the siore-hou.se of .LT. Har
ris, near tho depot, was blown oil".
Steve (1 ra VON, colorod, was ! Hied by
lightning during Ibo ruin-storm last
Tuesday, while in tho act of shutting
th?* door of his house.
Tin? Town Council have built a cross
ing ovor tho railroad, on Walker Street,
and ma<te other Improvements which
mids to tho uppcaranco of tho town.
Yosterdoy was tho ?lay tin* Commis
sion?- 's w?*r?* to dotorinino whoro to lo
cate tim bride ovor Itcody Uiver, but
owing to tho high waters, th?1 Commis
sioners cnuhl not get here. Quito a
largo crowd from the Kork gathered in j
the morning, but were disappointed |
when they found out that they would.
have to make another attempt some
otbor time, to be dosignatod by tho Com
POWKlt I?. O.
Misses Li/./.i?> and Della Owings vls
itod firoonvillo last weok.
Mr. JefllO Roland and family spent the
?lay boro with rotativos, ?m Saturday
M isses Hallie Lawson and Lilla Potor
soii and Mr8. Corrio Langston, ot Lau
rons, aro visiting Mrs. Tom. Moseley of
Tim Laurens plc-nlo crowd passed
ber?; the 14th, on tbolr way to Laurel
Creek. Several of our pooplo went, ami
returned, giving a glorious account ?>f
how th?! day was spent.
(}uit?> a number of our neighbors ?pout
th?-day at Laurens last Wednesday, ami
brought home supplies of vegetables.
Wo will semi thom to town again soon,
if our gardens don't npruce up.
Som?* of our young ladies and gentl??
inon aro invited to attend au entertain
ment at Madden's, au t to go tho follow
ing ?lay, willi the pupils of Maddens
school, on an excursion to Spartanburg.
Now ls the time for vacation. Tin?
schools at Dorroh's, Dial's and Kbeno/.or,
have closed. We learn that Hm Behool
at Harmony and at this place will be
kopt open with exception of a week, or
two, the whole summer. Lol us call thc
attention of Mr. Martin ami of Miss
Williams to th?* ?>l?l adage; "All work
anil no play inokes.Lu-k ii ?lull boy. "A
word to the wise," thoy way, "is suffi
Notwithstanding the ?piuntity of rion
wo havo bini, tho ground is so baked
that many of ?mr farmers have found it
necessary to rak?* their fields, t?? permit
tho cotton to como up. Ono of our most
sm-eessful farmers r?-markcd Hu* other
day, be thought it would be a blessed
thing. If md OOO seed would come up,
and then in Hu* future, cotton would be
lr*, extensively Cultivated, and more
attention judd to the cereal crops, which
bo thought would bo mort* lucrativo.
Tho Spring onts will be very much Im
proved by tho rains.
A chilli of KM <1. HUI, aged W months,
died on th?* Kith inst., of croup.
Mrs. Nancy Cook, wife ??f J. C. Cook,
F.s?p, has boon sick but ia now Improv
Capt. Ron Matthowa ls vlalting his
plantation and looking a'tor otbor in
terests in thia township. Tlie Capt. now
rosillos nt Willinmston, whither ho ro
DlOVOd for tito benefit of Iiis health and
also to secure good schools for his chil
dren. Wc uro glud to state timi thc
CHptailt'8 health hus Improved.
Wo have loni tim heaviest rains for
some duys that have boon known for
years. Considerable dnmtlgo done to
crops, and the water-courses and up
lands badly washed and ureat damage
dono to public roads by washing out
gulllos and washing away small bridgos.
Our Supervisors will have to bc nj) and
attending to them, so that people cai?
No news about tho Railroad since Ol r
last communication, Our HO hool H are
drawing to a (dose in this township hav
ing run about four months, and right
boro a thought su^vrests itself, willoh is,
that if we want our people educated let
us make arrangement for our common
schools to continuo longor than tbreoor
four months in tho year, Wi- need to
have Hie youth of Hie country educated
und this can be done by having good
teachers in our common sc hools and
paying good wages ami having thc
schools lo continue for six or olglll
months in the year. This will be wortli
more to Hu? ?(copie than AgrloilltUltl Col
logos or Military schools, not but whal
tho 30 schools do good in their places, bm
commence at tho bottom and educate?
up, it always seemed lo us that the plac?
to spend money to scouro good re
sults w as to spend it for educating till
children, ?'as Hie twin is inclined so wil
tho tree be," and Solomon said "train ll]
n ebibl in thc w ay bc should go, am
when he becomes old bo will not dopnr
From it ' and Soloman in this matter wa:
wisc as well as in many other things.
DOItltOll I*. <>.
A Mr. Johnson, in Yoilllg'? Township
got Into u d lihou I ty willi bis hired man
Mr. Magill, last week, in which Jolllisoi
was severely cut with a knife. Mr
Jamos Look left two lar^e wash tub;
sitting in bis wagon-body on Tuesday
morning last, on Thursday mornhi|
be measured thc water in them am
found a fraction over four toon inches
I would call this a pretty coonil shower
A short time ago Kn Punxcni was ob
served riding towards homo on Floro
with a beautiful little top knot pull?
sitting up before him. Tho inciden
Have rise to considerable speculate)
among those who witnessed lt. Som
suppose that the Doctor intended mid
inti it specialty of misino that kind <
fowls. One young lady, however, tin
there was no si^o in that. The ineidoi
only indicate d the scarcity ol' mono;
and the Doctor was s inply collecting tl
"Tax in kind." A good people tbrouu
this section speak of abandoning the
bottom lands altogether, for w ant of ji
risdietion. I hut o not beard from n
friend Capt. Hy rd, directly duce tl
rain; but I fear that tho fl HO Strip of b<
tom where 1 used lo pull fodder is e
Uroly washed away. My tish pond
none, and I fear thc fish arc all drow
fled. I appreciated the beautiful O
from my unknown friend, and just
soon as I can collect my faculties I i
tend lo reply to it.
Abbeville Press and Hanner.
Tho whiskey men seem to he :i;
tuted in ?ill purls of the COUtltl
They ?ire strong and earnest in pi
testatioiiH of their love for tempi
?ince. Hui, w e infer from the nev
pupers that, they ?in* alarmed I
fear the saloons may he shut i
They sometimes oven go to gr<
lengths and assume that they ;i
the people-the Democratic pm
-?ind spunk of (he temperan
people ns If they were public ci
mies, alleging that the fu rt horan
of their purpose will break up I
Tlie license or no-license qui
tion furnishes the widest scope
argument. No actual facts i
needed. All that the the whisk
side need to clo, is to appeal li
fertile imagination, and all (lie fa
an? at hand-groat jules nf jugs
tho depot, drunken men on cv<
corner of the town, ?md em*
treasuries. The temp?rance peo;
have about as doti ni to facts
which to base their argumoi
Hut tiley have reason and connu
sense on their side. If (he elosi
of the barrooms gave the ?lr;
<lriliker more whiskey, why il
he object to the closing of tlie pl;
in which he delights so much, ?i
Which he defends so vigorous!
If the bar-rooms are not ?in c
why Is it that a majority of
church people and nearly all
women are opposed to them? 'I
temperance people certainly c
not he charged willi a desiro
increase the sale of whiskey
closing the bar-rooms.
All the talk about the alleged
crease in the sale of whiskey
der the no-license system will
to naught if the proper means
adopted to enforce the law, \
anybody say timi the revenue h
of the United States has increa
tlie stilling business in this ?Stn
We think not. If whiskey-tnnk
may he suppressed, then its g,
may also he suppressed. It
and will be suppressed in a b
measure, if tlie Legislature
create an ofllee, to he lilied by
Officer whose duly it shall lu
see that tlie law is enforced,
without such an officer it wouh
little less than criminal to pa
prohibitory law for the whole SI
I Our people will not turn ill for ir
Corrcs|>oiiilcnco News and Cottril
COLUMniA, S. C. May I.-Col
bin expects to he ?t doubly im
taut place now, inasmuch as
plan for a permanent farmers
gani/.ation adopted by (lie Cmr
lion, makes it certain that two I
Isla tu ron Will annually meet in
city hore after, a farmers Leg
lure early in November and
oilier mixed Legislature lute
tin" sume month to carry out
decrees of the first one. The |
it is si en, contemplates annual <
tion of farmers to a central 1
corresponding in size with
House of Repr?sentatives, w
body ls to meet In time to d
the old-time Legislature in ma
agricultural or miscellaneous,
only fear is that as tlie laws ar
he fixe-! upon in the first Loji
tore, the interest of tlie proceei
of the subsequent and subordi
body will be Impaired.
regardless of the i
of"True Merit," g:
or suGoess, ip il ot,
etnci freigteci -w^rt
Having eu oompl(
for the Spring euri
sary "Lo itemize. C
Magic Wand, of C
on short profits
MAGNOLIA PASSENGER ROI rt:.
(?., I., ?ml A. ?V K. Railways.
1 II ti fleet Jan. 31, 1880.
Timo ?Mith Meridian One hour ?lower
than C. A <;. It. K.
Sn II il av .
Leave Spartan burg 3 00pm 5:10 a in
:i 2.) i> m ti 2* a m
" Woodruff 4 no p ni 7 13 a III
" Enorco 4 20 pm 7 40 a ni
" I ?ra I lu |) m s ?24 a in
" 1.aurons, 4 50 |> III 0 IO a III
" I Huh Point 5 21 pm 0 58 il III
" 'Waterloo 5 33 p lil 10 30 a III
" Coronnca .'?.'.i p m ll U2a ni
Arrive <I reen wood ll 12 p ni 1130 am
wood I 15 a m .> 12 p m 1 50 p m
gusta ii 55 a ni il 25 p in 7 ix? p m
Arri vo Atlanta 7 00 a in 5 40 pm
Arrive Savannah 000 a m i pi p m
Arrive Jacksonville 12 00 a tn 1030pm
not Xii Non rn OAII.V.
Leave Atlanta s 15 p in
Leave Jackson ville 2 :ttl p m
Leave Kaviinilllll - Kip in
glista 1 55 p ni tl 35 n in N 00 a in
Arri VO i '. rcen
wood 7 o r> p m n 52 a m 1 no p ni
Leave (J roon wood '.' 52 a in 1 ">o p tu
Arrive Coronaea lo lu a m 2 IM p in
" Waterloo 10 30 a in 255 pin
" 11 igh Point lo 13 a ni il III p in
" Laurens ll lo a in 355 pm
" < h a ll 31 a in I ?">.> p ni
" F.norco 11 5(1 a ni 5 IT p m
" Wood ru fl 12 Pip ni 5 54 p m
" Moore 12 HI 11 ni il ll p ni
"Spnrtunhiirg l 25 p m 7 lo p m
K. T. CHARLTON, O. I?. A.
J. N. It.vss, Kltp't, Augusta, ??a.
GREENVILLE A- COLUMBIA
RAI LllOA 1).
<)n and alter Jan. lo, 1880, Passenger
Trains will run as herewith ind catod
Upon this road and its liranehes.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53 I P PASSEN? ; Kit.
Leave ( 'ol um bi a c. A < Depot lo i. a IP
A rri ve A 1st on 11 4? a ni
" Newberry 12 Is p m
" Ninoty-Six - tri j? m
" 11 od gea 05 p ni
" Relton * 4 11 p m
" < Ireenvillo ."> 35 p m
No. 52 DOWN PASSENGER.
Loavo i ireenvillo '.' 15 a ni
Arri vi Pelton 11 03 a in
Hodges l'j 17 p III
Ninety Si * I in p in
Newberry .'t 02 ?> ni
Alston 4 05 p ni
( 'oluinbia 5 15 p m
Leave Helena -'t :<-' p in
Arrive at I .aureus C. IL 0 30 j? III
Leave Linnens CIL s IM? a III
Arrive at Helena 11 00 a III
<;. ll. TA 1.1 .< ?TT, Supt undont.
H. CAIIDWKI.I., A. <;. P. A.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
<'< >\t M i:\< i vu Sl'NDAY NoVRMORIl 20.
|SK5, al 0.45 A. M., Passenger Trains w ill
run na fol Iowa, "Lastern time:"
TO AND PROM CHARLESTON.
KART ( I> A11. T. )
Depart Columbia 7 00 a in 5 27pm
Duo Charleston ll 20 p ni OOO p m
Dopart Charleston 7 20 a m RIO pm
Hue Columbia IO .'kia 111 lo 00 p in
T(? AND FROM CAMDEN.
(KANT (OAII.T KXTHI'T SI'MIJ'Y.)
Dop't ( 'oltimbla 7 on am 5 05 p ni .r> 27 |> 111
Due Camdi .1 12 37 p in 7 52 j. ni 7 12 p m
(WKST DAILY KXCKPT HONDAY.)
Dop't Camden 7 15 a in 7 a ni J 15 p tn
Due Columbia bl 20 a III lu 35 n ni Kl p ni
TO AND PROM AUGUSTA.
KANT ( HAILY.)
Deprrt Augusta? 45a ni I inp m 1035p in
Due Charleston 1232pill0 30 7 15 am
WKST (l)A I I.V.)
Dopart Charleston 0 35 5 10 a in 10 30 p tn
Due Augusta 11 40 a m K> Ju p in 7 30 a in
Made nt Columbia with Columbia and
(ireenvillo Railroad by train arriving at
Ki. 40 A. M. and departing at 5.27 1'. M.
At Columbia Junction with C., C. A A.
Railroad Ky same train to and from all
points on Loth roads.
DuKsengor? take supper at Branch*
At Charleston with steamers for New
York; and with steamer for Jackson
ville ami points on St. John's Uiver.
Tuesdays and Saturdays; With Charles
ton and Havannah Railroad to Hud from
Suv noah midpoints in Florida, dally.
Ooorgin and Co \
At Augusta win om any point W
Kail roads (o and fekvillo to and ni
and South, AI lila Railroad. Through
points on Bnrnwoll used to all points
tickets can be purehplying to
South and We bynp
D. MCQUEEN. ?U'U columbia, H. C.
JOHN H. PECK, (?en. ral Manager.
D.C Allen, O, 1". and Ticket Agent.
lg thc prevalent c
influence a "dull s
L?eles smootlily a,
ed loy "Line unerri
ri a cargo of ge]
3t,e, neat and -we
cl Slammer -tr ade,
DXJLT goods were lc
3asri, a.nd we oar
for a Q.iaiol?L ret,UL
FRICK GO,'S ENGJI
Agents for tin
OSBORNE Mowers, R<
Cane Mills Wheat and (?list Mill.?
Acme Harrows, Crain Brills, Fcc
Pumps, Wagons, Cotton Planters, C
( )ver 835 B
f~&~ Meals furnished ?it ?ill hours, com
ciicicH of the season. Kverything serupi
in- politest attention given.
LARGEST AND CI I KA I*ES'
Stock Larger, Prices Lo
Carpets and House Furnishing
Moquet, Brussels, Si-Ply and Ingrain
Cloths, Window- Shades, Wall Pa pi
Poles, Cocoa und Canton Mattings, 1
for vam pies and prices.
Mar. 24, 1880.-31
Tho copartnership heretofore ex
isting between J. NV. Leake and
D. M. Patton hus tins day dissolved
by mutual consent I?. M. Patton
w ill continue business at tho old
J, W. Leaker,
D. M. Patton.
In withdrawing from tho above
linn, I desire to thank the public for
past favors and a liberal patronage
and ask for my successor a contin
uance of the sume.
J. W. Leak..
March 27th. 188(5
NEW FOR LAURENS!
Wc have secured the services of
experienced cundy manufacturers,
and oponed a Factory at this place,
where nil kinds of candy are made
from thc pure sugar.
In addition to (his industry, we
have u Uno stock of frosh Groceries
always on baud, which we sell at
A. R. MILLI VAN A CO.
TIIIO County Commissioners will
meed nt Waterloo, at IO o'clock, A.
M. on Friday, 21 st of May 1880, to
determino where to build tho bridge
over Boody River, nt Crecy Bridge
or the pince known us Ivory Blulf,
an ? nil citizens interested in said
dol? i minni ion will please be pres
J, W, LITTE,
( Chairman n. c. c. L. C.
May 12 18K0 41 2t
MmplMt, Moat Durable, Economical, and Perfeei
la OI#-WMIM no grain; deann lt ready fr.r market.
tmw Rilli, and Mlnnftitnl Implement* <rrn
a.illy. Send for illu.trated catalogue.
A. B. FARQUHAR,
ro-??jrtra.U AarrlculturaJ TrVka, YORK. Pfc
ry of poor Trade;
eason," our ship
long tn? waters
ng hand o?"oar?,
311 asssorted lin?
find it "u.nn?o?s
)OUght with tn?
i afford to work
rn of tn? 3Vtignty
BOYD & CO.
capers and Binders.
Sulkoy Plows,.Corbin Vine and
(1 Cutters, Ac, Remington Foreo
nano Distributors Davitt' Swinging
:s, s. c._
si sting nt' ult tbc substantials ?<nd del]
doualy neat, tho beat or ord?r kept, aa
T HOUSE IX GEORGIA.
wor[thun l?ver Before.
Goods, tho largest Stork Soudh.
Carpets, Hugs, Mats and Crumb
.rs, Lnee Curtains, Cornices and
upholstery, Chromos. Write
(i. BAILIE A SONS, Ag'ts.,
Tl I 11 road St., Augusta, Ga.
.... a BS i-U.U
.L.T. Pi.uss. J. w. FRnovfsoi*/.
Tlie old firm of Boyd, Pluss A Co.
having dissolved by mutual con
sent, the undersigned have "Tined
a co-partnership und will oep SJ
full Stock of Family Groceries and
Weare also Agts. for Wando Fer
tilizer and Acid Phospnte.
?J?g~ Mr. Plus?, in behalf of the
old Firm, takes this opportunity to
extend bis thanks for past favorsy
and now solicits for tho new nrmf
ii liberal pal mungo.
Our friends will please notieer
that wo occupy tho handsome brick
butlding of Mr. G. F. Little, on tho
corner of Main and Harper Streets,
where wo will bo glad to welcome
TH'SS A FERGUSON,
Laurens, S. C., Jun. 26, 188?.
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta.
Honorai Passenger Department,
COLUMBIA, S. C., July IP, IKHO.
MAI I. ANO F.XI'KKNH.
South Daily. No. 48 No. 40.
I .ea v? Wilmington Rift pin io 10 p m
" I'lcmington 9 42 pm l! 17 pm
" Marlon 11 .Kip in Pi 40 a m
Arrive Florence ll 25 pm 1 15 a m
11 Sumter 4 34 a in
" Columbia 6 40 a m
North Daily No. 43 No. 47.
Leave Columbia IVipm
A n ive Sumter 1155pm
Arrive Florence 4 IS pm 5 07 a m
Leave Marion 5 00 p IQ 55,1? m
" Flemington 7 02 pm 7 44 am
Arrive Wilmington 8 311 p ni 9 07 a m
Charleston and Columbia Special.
No. 53 Va. 5?.
Leave Charleston 7 25a ni
Arrive ? ?Wp ni
Arrive Columbia 10 55 a m
Leave .? 5 27 p in
T, M. KM KR SON, O. T. A.
.f. P. PAN ls, Oen'l. Hup't.
C. M. SMITH, A gent, Colnmbla, B. C.
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