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LAURENS, Juno Oth, 188?.
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THE LAURENS MA UK KT.
tiAURKKS, H. C., Muy 26.
I). H. shies, iy;c
I lams, Magnolia I2KC
Lard, Relined, 7 (ii 00
Corn, white, por bushel, K">O
Nt "al, por bushel, 85e
Orbs, por bbl., |3.25 (?"i $3.75o
Flour, $4.50 (ii $0.00
HUKttr, Granulated, por bbl 8o
Nail?, por ko?, 10 I) Rasia, $3.00
Molasses, 24 (? 40o
Halt, 125 lb?, por Hack, 760
Soo LAW (.'ard of Maj. N. S 11 \ IMUS
Thu C. A. G. railroad is ??rain lu opera
Roo notieo about JULIAN DALTON, In
another column, and Lo governed linne
Tho Wllliamston Hasp-ball niuo will
play the T,aureus boys hero lO-duy (Tues
Train hands on t ho I,aurons Railroad
report a genuino Hood at Newbury on
What OffOOt will CLEVELAND'S ronnn
clation of Homo Huh? havo? is now tho
Wo roeoived an invitation to our girl's
marriage lasb week. . Morry wo could not
Hovera! of our young men attundod
tho Hall ac (Jreonvillo on Thursday
WILKES; at his Hook and Drug Store,
displays some Uno var lot los of turnips
grown this year from Kerry's Hood.
Wo aro sorry to learn of tho death of
Mr, W. M. HOPKINS a worthy citizen if
this place. Ho lon vos a large family.
On our outside this week WO nive some
practical sugg .attona from high author
ity, hoadort "Thoughts for tho Month."
Salcday last brought very few men to
tow n. Only one tract of land was sold
by tho Master. Il contained GO.1 j acres
and brought 1250.00,
Through tho courtesy or Mr. SAMUEL
MCGOWAN Jr. WC havo roeoived an in
vitation to tho cointnoncoinont at Wof
ford on J une 15th.
Qroonvllle is agitating a "big Jollifica
tion" on the fourth ol July In celebra
tion of the arrival of tho lirst tain on tho
O. M. L. to tho eorporato limits.
Wo fully endorse tho article of ..Con
servative," in another column, and roe
oramond it to tho careful consideration
ofevory voter in Laurens County.
Youngs Township sends a stron? del
egation to tho Convention of tho loth.
Instructed against suggestions. Pro
ceedings roOlOVOd toolalo for publication
Tho Hpartanburg A Cition Railroad
has boon so badly damagod by tho re
cent freshet, that au Otlginocr had to lo?
OatO tho traok. It w ill ho somo weeks
yet boforo tho road will be in running
During tho break in tho C. ?fe U. Rail
road, our (own has hoon flooded with
strangers going to and from Newberry.
For more than two weeks all mails for
Newberry wore recolvod i>3- way of this
A passenger train on the N. E. lt. lt.,
plunged into tho Han tee on tho 7th. inst.,
killing tho following passengers: J, I,.
Colo, Dr. Kinloch, William Ingolsby
Miss Mol vor, Miss M. White, Miss Han
Anew Post-ofllco has boen established
al Lailford, on the H., I.. A' S. Railroad,
to be known as f.auford Station P. O.,
J NO. W. LA NEO un, Pos tm astor.
Laurens County Patent.
We have soon a working model of a
now Injector for steam Hngl.ios, which
is the latest Invention o? Mr. T. M.
WORKMAN, it is tin' simplest ?vcr
iliad?, and ono of tho advantages is that
bot water cnn be used as well as cold.
An Untimely Death.
Since our last issue, this community
has boen pained by tho loss of a most
excellent lady. Mrs ANTIIOT. JONES,
.ivlfo of Mr. .1. Wii.i.iE JONKS, dtod at
her residence at this place on tho 1st
inst, in 46th yonrof hor ago. she leaves
a husband and six children and a larg
or circle of friends to mourn her loss, who
have tho heartfelt s vmpathy afthlacom
National Ban* Organized.
At a molding of the Directors of the
National Hank of Laurens, on June 1st,
the follow ing ?ffloorfl were elected:
T)r. J. A. HA it KS KALK, Prosldont) Maj.
W, A. WATTS, Cashier; .INO. AUOUBTUS
RA IIKSOALE, Assistant Cashier.
It was decided to call in HO per eont. of
tho capital stock subscribed, on or be
fore the lirst day of July prox.
The Ideation of tho bank building was
referred to a committee of three.
List of Juror?, June Term 1886.
0.0. Rntrokln, L. M. Linson, H. F.
'Simpson, Jno, W.Godfrey, H. I>. Nar. -e,
Jas. W. Henderson, Jiro. li. Wood, (?co.
F. Dorrohi Lewis Abercrombie, v. c.
(Jarrott, Jamos Crawford, lb B. Tribblo,
Jno. C. Stone, T. J Hatton, H. F Hill,
IL Ii. Hilt, W. M. Mitchell, Jno. W.
Duvall, M. IL Iturdlno, J. K. Daniel, W.
C. Halontine, J. P. Copeland, W. J.
lloyd, H. M. Pinson, Jno. H. Dial, Jno.
R. HellaniH, H.S. Wallace, L. A. Hen
derson, T. H. Hiddle, Jesse D. Jones, S.
I). Puckett, Andrew Phillips, Willis
H. Chook, A. W. Parks, W. T. Austin,
John If. Nelghlsirs.
Tao Township Club.
Which metbeTOon Saturday last, w as
well Attended, Dr. WILLIAMS WIOOIIT
was olootori pormaneut ebairmun and
J. 1), SULLIVAN soerotary. Tho follow
ing del?galos, weroeloetod to tho County
Convention which meets hore on Ute
10th; f>, W. SHELL. Dr. Wm. Witton r,
Capt. J AS. H I' no ENS, W. P. CURRING
ii A M , J. F. H A M.VOE, Col. B.C. WATT
H. o. KAIRSTON, Maj. W. D. CANNON,
and A. W. HnAMLRTT.
Resolutions in favor of tho Convention
suggesting persona aultablo for ntombora
of tluileglslitnre wore overwhelmingly
Baso ban Tournament Postponed.
Owing tc? the Irregularities of tho mailt
caused hy thu chango of guago and th?
destructivo "wash outs" eonimunlcu
ilona to visiting aluba were dulaycil
hone? it was almost impossible, ot thc
lute ?lay our invitations rouchel thom
to positively deoldo upon coming. Ar
we wish to niako tho tournament a suc
cess we havo decided to wait until a full
list of Clubs could bo with us, wo have
dovldetl to postpone it until Tuesday th?
sixth day of July next. Tho public oat
assured, although tho games deferred
they w ill soo good ball plaved here, am
that tho programme orrlglnally made
up w ill bo successfully carried out.
JNO. 1). SH KAU AN,
J. M. I'IIii.nor, Soo'y.
Mr. LEWIS KOPPBL visited Charlestoi
on business last wook.
Dr. (). lt. MAYKK, Jr., of Newberry
was in town one day last week.
Mr. A. M. ItoESBL, has rotltmod fron
Augupla with bis brido and will ocoup:
tho Grimes houso.
KditorS. M. Pl LORA IC, ol'tho Woottrm
J'rogress, was in tow n last week, in th
tntorost of his papor.
lion. J. K. P. GOOOANS, County Chair
man ot tho Democratic Party, of New
bery, was in tow n last week.
Mrs. W. N. WRIOIIT and Mrs. Ifoi
LAND aro spending soino time at Olen
Springs, tho popular summer resort.
HOV. If ARTWRI.L R. MOSELEY, Hon <
Col. GEO. V. MOSELEX, of our town, i
spending a few days with his parents.
Misses HAIDEE and PLOHENCE TIIOMI
SON, two channing young ladlos of Wa
bala, passed throgh Laurens on Satui
M?MS JANIE SIMPSON, who has bee
spending a few ?lays with friends an
relatives hero, left for her homo in Poi
dleton this morning.
1 We are sorry to learn that our ostoen
|ed townsman Mr. H. IL flUDOBNS
j quito sick] also, that Mrs. J. M. Pm
POT is dangerously ill this morning.
lion. Si-A N Y A u N E WILSON, a prom
lieut member ot tho Spartanbug Har at
an eloquent orator, will deliver tho a
nual address before the Laurens Mil
Academy, on tho ovonlng of .lune 2.r?tii
DO uno ti i?, o.
Speaking of "Top knots" brings to n
mind au old joke which was printed
nomo form o groat many years ago:
appears that tho demands of Fashion
one time required women to <b> u?> tin
hair in a lingo knot upon tho top of t
hoad. This knot was built up and ai
mooted in prominence by every arti!
that could bo thought of, until it bocal
j in many eases, an actual deformity.
! length, when the fashion bsd resell
this extreme limit, u good, old st;
i preacher determined tfiat it was 1
duty to Inveigh against it, and, if pos
Ide, put a stop to it. With this vi?
and llrotl with holy /.eal and indign?t
ho took down tho lliblo, to search ll
out a text suitable for the work bof
him. Al length h.? found ono lo s
him, and on the next Sabbath he
nottncod his text ns fe.und in tho %
Chapter of Mathew, sud part of tho 1"
verso: "Top knot como down." '
sermon has not laen preserved, hui
can Hinaglno what slaughter >
wrought by tho preacher among
fornido portion of his congregation, :
with what heaven born /.eal and ono
ho closed iii?? burning periods wit
repetition of his text, "'/Vip knut c
1 lirst hoard ibis joke from tho lip?
undo Isaac Murphy, who ls still liv
in Union County, at the age of 00, ?on
whom it may ba said, a bettor man i
er lived or died
And to make matters even, I will |
another on tho same key: In tho y
olden time, a faithful minister, on
occasion felt it to bo his duty to pn
against tho prevailing sin of pride.
this purpose, ho soloetod a Text wi
recorded tin- lorri bio punishment of ?
uehadnoz/.a-. After giving all the
tory connootod with the Incident,
and all the eirsumstaneos in any
ha*, lng a bearing upon it, he cominci
Hut last division of his disco
with a forcible personal appllcat
raising his voice to its highest p
and willi fire in his oyo ho onqui
"And what do wo seo at this very
that reminds us forcibly of the si
Nobuehudnozxor." His good ?dd
who sat near him, being startled bj
vehemence of his manner, Instinct]
glanced oui the window, and IllStl
ans word: "Oh! its no Nchiiehdno
its tho (dd cow In the collard pi
that's what it is. And I must go
drive hor out, or she'll oat tho last
lard there, ami so she w ill." A nd s
old holy lost tho ballance of tho ser
but she saved her collards.
Well, I hol (OVO, as lhere is no no
will finish as 1 lagan: A good bul
Lexington, a few years ago gave
good joke, in which a Preacher a
Doctor were somewhat mixed
There was a man In thc 1*011111111
who, for a long timo, had been in
bini health. At length some on
dueed bim to uso "Tuft's Pills." ll
gan at once to improve, ami In a
time was able to go out and a
Church S?vices. Hut, he was still 1
mid as the services were protraote
finally fell asleep. Tho preaoher
desoribing tim great chango tl,
wrought lu a man by Regeneration
finally w anned up, and shouted
very loud VolCOl "What ls it that 1
thin great change!" This woken
sick niau and ho answered as loud
could, "TuttH Pills " I dont know
Mr. Tutt will pay nie anything foi
Advortismont, but Its all right an;
Married on tho.'td inst, by tho Ho
Hardin, Mr Louis GUIIlaud lo
Mary Owlngs, all of Dials.
Mi ?sos Haidee arid IfkwenflaThe
who have heoo visiting in Ollntei
for their home in Walhalla on lat
u rd ay.
Tho apiarios ore beginning te 1
and we beg to acknowledge the i
of a nice bueket of honey from I
tahlishnioiil of .I. Prank CopelaiK
Tho fruit crop of thin aOOtlOfl pr.
to he tho flrtOSt we have had for i
years. The earlier varieties aro
lng now sud the quality Ia lirst ol
Our r..inners nre ia tho midst of thoir
harvest, ami although tho crop ls not a
full ono, enough will ho made to Supply
present uOOd, and t lou J S much bettor
than was expected a mouth or two
A protracted mooting was in progress
tin? whole of last week in tho Clinton
Presbyterian Church. Reside tho Hew
W. P. Jacobs, pnstor of tho ohuroh,
there was preaching hy Itevs. H. P.
Smith, N. P. Pulton and N. I). Williams.
Two of Clinton's most popular young
men, T. H. Owlngfl and QeorgO C. Al
iud gb (, are spending BOIU0 I i mo in Louis
ville, Ky., in proSOCUttng a special eo.irso
ofatudyat tho colebratod commercial
school of bryant it Stratton.
Uncle Harp Yanco is hero on bis an
nual visit to relative's and friends, of
whom he has a number, both among tho
ladies ami gentlemen. Tho old gOlltlo
mtin is a kind of oraclo in many mattera
not the least of which is ntrawborry cul
turo, l?o luis planted for aovoral friends
here, quito a lot of seed, Which ho says
is the proper way to improve this deli
Tho application of "Old Itollrtble," ns
applied to tho old Laurens Hail road, is
certainly one richly merited, for amidst
all the cursing and abuse which has
been heaped upon it for tho past quarter
of a century, it has hold its own, and in
BUCh u modest unassuming, if not un
assisted way, that it is now conceded to
bo tho very best road in tho upper por
tion of tho Slate.
Miss Nancy and Miss Ollie Culbertson
returned home from Waterloo hint Mon
day, whnro they had boou visiting rela
Mrs. Hobart MoDaniol, who lias hoon
sick at her mottler's for some time, wo
aro glnd to note, lias Improved enough to
como home again, and is looking a groat
Irvin Cooper, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S.
M. Cooper, foll from n cherry troo last
Sunday and broke his arm. We hope
ho will be all right in a few ?lays.
Farmern say Hist what corn tho high
Winers loft is looking very well, but tho
main crop is not up yet. It all had to bo
planted over after tho rnin, where there
was any place left to plant, for Homo of
tho liest lauds on tho crook and river is
washed away and ruined for several
yoaiH at h?st.
The most of the farmers in this HCCtioil
seem to 1)0 taking our friend ".loo
Prince's advice, and aro determined to
make cotton worth something next fall.
They uro still planting. This is some
consolation to our friend. If his ow n
section wont follow him, ours will.
. What in the world is the matter with
all tho young ladies? Every Sunday
they have their heads all banged up,
.?o?d yoi they smile ns sweet and look aa
lovely as ever.
POW15H I*. O.
Wo wore delighted lo see little Roltio
Ow bigs, who has been sick for several
months, out al church Sunday.
All work on tho railroad above here is
stopped, and the hands ari.? now chang
lng tho guage of tho Port Royal A Au
Wo were pleased to loam tl)nt Miss
Nannie Howland, one of our neighbor
ing beauties, was crowned queen at r.
toiiriiainent at Laurens, ti few days Kl nee
Kev. G. is. Knight, w ho has bown at
tending the Louisville Theological Sem
inary, is expected home this week. His
many friends will he glad to welcome
Mrs. L. I). Power was enllod quite un
expectedly to Madden's on .Satur
day last, to SOO her father, Mr. W. ll.
Langston, who is clangorously UL We
hopo to loam Hoon that his condition ia
Tin? i nion Meeting at Harmony w as
organized Oil Friday. Dr. S. S. K night,
Moderator, and Mr. Tom Farrow, Soo
crotary. Owing to tho busy season, hut
fnxv delegates were pr ese nt. On Satur
day Hov. Ithllock preached au interest
ing sermon, and the following queries
wore discussed: "Should we express
Christian joys as a duty," and "Should
we send committees to Inhor with mem
bers thal arc quilty of publie ofloncoH."
Sunday nun ning an hour and a half Waa
devoted lo Sn nd ay-school ami Tempor
?neo discourses, after which Hov. w. II.
Arbul preached a very instructive ser
mon. Tho Church was crowded; people
of all denominations were present.
HANS VON SMASH.
Partners are having a tough time now
A bridge across Kainui Crook, ut Mc
Daniel Mill, is badly Heeded, lt is thc
main crossing for tho people of this MV
tion in going to Laurens and to mill, lt
is also the crossing for the mail from
Laurens to Moiton Path. There is no
suitable place tor anything like a good
ford, although there has been sonni lit
tle crossing on horseback. Wo ?lo not
wish to dictate, bi l wo think thc bridge
should bo built as soon as possible.
What h;?s become of tho Toaehors' As
sociation? We bollOVO when it last ad
journed it was to meet next at Waterloo,
but il seems Hie time bas never boon
appointed* Although WO have Ixion de
prived of the privilege ?if attending a
meeting of the Association, yet we be
HOVO lt to be a good thing ami hope it
Will COntlllUO, and I for ono, usu teacher,
will lu lp to continue lt.
Needles ami pins, chickens and hens,
Whon WO try to write, trouble begins.
Centervllle Agrluultural Club.
At n meeting of Centorvillo Argieultu
ral Club, held Saturday, May 22<L 1880,
tho following preamble and r?solut.ons
wero unanimously adopted:
WHKHKAS, tho farmers in convention
nt Colombia passed a Barlos ?if resolu
tions In which every farmer should be
interested; mid. nlthongh we tho tnein
bera of Centervllle Agrloultuial ami Me
chanical Club did not lorin with ?nv
pol I Hool intent, yet wo hail with gl?d
noaa. any offort to alleviate oar present
coiulltioh, espeehillv lu au educational
line, and as we hellevn the legtslntio.!
asl.eil for by the convention ia just,
Thoroforo be it
ptvnlvtidi ist. That we approve of Mr.
Tillman's plan for founding an Agricul
tural ami M?>ehanh'al Colloge, and ex
3d< That wi w ill not ?apport arty can
didate, hi the coming Primary KlecltoY).
whola not in sympathy w it ti the farmers
.ld. That tho County papers be fur
nished a eopv Of these r?solution? With
1 request to publish.
1 JAMES OCWNKYfJPrea't.
' ?. TL WATKI
(Cor. JVews and Courier.)
Tho only thing that keepit this town
shift from hoing tho auction spot of tho
Stuto ?ft its want ot railroad faculties,
to help us us in developing our Kratld ro
sonroos. Wo aro glad to say, however,
that this long felt want will soon ho
overcome, for wo aro on a tllroct Hue ho
twoon Oreonwood and ('linton, two
points named io tho charter pf thu Chea
ter. O roon wood and Abbeville Railroad.
This, whoit completed, is to ho a vcrand
trunk lino from Atlanta,Qa., to Norfolk,
Notwithstanding tho fact of thero ho
ing no railroad in.tho township, thor O is
Ult monstrous, thrifty people hero, and
wo invito immigrai ion into our borders.
The lands eau bo bouhgt for 'Vom six lo
twelve (lollara nu nore, and would richly
ropay men with money socking Invest
ments. In tho centre of tho township
ls the quiet but pretty little village of
Cross flill, with tour ??tores, two mag
II i Ileon t churches and two splendid
ncudomioa, ono of which baa nearly ono
hundred scholars in constant attend
ance, besides this little villago thero
are in the township sex oral other sundi
pla? es of no small importance in a mer
cantile line, a considerable amount of
business bein? done at all of them. Tho
merchants ot Cross Hill, Mountville,
Spring Grovo and Jenklnsvlllu are mon
ot good business qualifications and sell
a largo amount of goods, tl is propos?e!
that Cross Hill and .Mountville |>e on
the now railroad. These are both ae
C( ssiblo points owing to tho numherand
splendid roads running to thom.
Tho Brido of thu White IIouso.
News and Courier.
Tin? publicity which lins been
given to every real or imaginary
incident connected w ith tho mur
ringo of tim President ls ono of the
penalties or pleasures attached to
greatness, ?ind, it need scarcely bo
said, is iud peculiar to this occasion.
[ In tho tierce light that heats upon
tho throne, or tho t?xcctitlvo chair,
every act and circumstance in tho
Ijfo ot tho ruler of any people be
comes a matter of public interest.
Wo have 80011 within the past few
years the American people sorrow
ing with poor Carlotta, mooring
with liugonlo over tho fall of bur
hoy in tho jungles of Zululand,
shuddering with sympathy over
tho mangled form of tho Russian
Czar, counting noses with ( Hail
stone, Parnell and Salisbury, and
within tho pus! few weeks standing
on tiptoe* in a lover of expectancy
to catch the first tidings from Mad
rid to sottlo tho momcntusquestion,
forever recuring around palaces
and cottages alike, whether it is a
girl or a boy ?
Tho gennie cannot hut feel a sin
cere and lively interest in the con
duct of their rulers at all times and
under all circumstances, for tho
reason -imply that they aro rulers;
and it malters not whether they
uro engaged about their own affairs
or the ulfa I rs of t he public. When
it collies to a wedding, of course,
and tho wedding of ti King, <>r a
President who is greater than King
or Kaiser, no bounds can bo set to
tho people's shari in tho interest
of the occasion. In tho cano of a
King tho ceremony marks tho Un
ion of two nations rather than of
two moro mortals, and is celebrat
ed according. Hui if tho marriages
of two roprcsotutivos of the dec rep
Id dynasties of tho Old World is a
subject for popular rejoicings,
what shall WO say ?d' tin* wedding
of tho ?di ?of M agi s t rut e of tho great
ami growing Republic of ibo New
World with a fair dnghtcr of the
Tho President <>f the United
states ?s n ruler chosen b*? tho peo
ple themselves from among some
ton millions of their own number.
No Kingsttlllds so high as ho. And
i no King or Kmporor or C/.ar can
1 he-tow greater hotter on the wo
man he loves than the President j
; ol the United States will confer
1 upon his choosen bride to-day when
he h ails ber to the altar and to a
. place in history among tho galaxy
I of noble dames who have illus
I troted, by their lives in the Hxecu
, tivo Mansion, tho dignity, tho hon?
1 or and virtue of American women
il) private and public life. Well
may the citi/.ons of the United
Slates rejoice over the Wedding of
such a President with SO fair and
gracious a bride. He has kept
faith with them, ami the best years
of his life have been, and are, de
voted to the maintenance and ap
plication of the principles upon
which the present and future pros
perity and happiness of the whole
people depend. Wi !l may they
Wish him happiness in return, and
rejoice with Ililli in tin' prospect
which open- before him to-day.
Cor the young girl who has thus
been called to the ll rsl place among
tho women of her native land, and
of nil lands, there ls no heart so
dull that it will not throb to-day in
sympathy with her own bright and
joyful anticipations of tho future,
ami her pride in the glory of these
crowning hours of a maiden's am
bition. How white tito White
House will shine before her happy
ayes! No cloud bangs over that
reprosesentatlvo home of this land
of homes, and no brighter, sweeter,
Whiter soul bas ever graced its
hulls than tho good, tho gentle and
graceful woman whom our Presi
dent lins chosen for his wife.
Mortar and pain! may ho re
moved from window-glass with hot,
Bedrooms furnished in tints of
sea foam and poa groen aro in
favor for tho summer. White and
a few touches of pink add to tho
cool ?iud pretty effect.
Furniture needs (deaning Just as
much as any other woodwork, lt
may lie WOshod with warm soap
suds quickly, wiped dry, and then
rubbed with un oily cloth. To pol
ish it, rub wHh iotton-stoue and
sweet oil. (Moan off tho oil and
polish with ohamoiso skin.
Articles of a delicate blue that
must he washed nie often ruined
in the process; this may bo avoid
ed by adding an ounce of the sugar
of loud to ti pailful! of water, and
letting tho article Ile in this for an
hour and a half or even two hours;
let lt dry then, after which it may
he washed without Injury. This ls
said to be u perfect remedy for tho
trouble referred to.
-More ?p?ii?d ?iiqTHhas boon
planted in Abbeville County this
year than tn any year si nco the
Buggy, Carriage ;
X^osition to sel
-i Will st
Yon can get a sp:
and every vehiol
.we -will sell you j
MAGNOLIA PASSENGER ROUTE.
G., L. and A. tV K. Hallways.
In C licet Jan. 31, 18H?.
Tluic WI h Morid ian One hour slower
than C. A: G. lt. lt.
liOavo Spartan burg 3 00 pm 5 no* a tn
" Mooro 3 2.r> p ni 0 28 a in
" WoodrulT 4 00 i> ni 7 1.1 a in
" Kooroo 4 20 p ni 7 10 a in
" Ora " 4 40 |> in 8 24 a in
" Laurens, 4 .V.? p in il lu a ni
" High Point 5 21 pm ftfiRn III
" Waterloo 5 33 p lil lo no a in
" Coronaca 554 p m ll 02 a in
Arrlvo Greenwood 0 1!?pm ll.'io a ni
wood 4 IS a ni fi 1*2 p in l M) p m
gn ita 55 n in 9 25 p ni 7 no p m
Arrive Atlanta 7 00am 5 40 p ni
Arrive Savannah ?> 00 a in 4 12 p m
Arrive .Jacksonville 12 00 a III 1030 pm
HOI NO MOUTH - DAILY.
Leave Atlanta 8 h'> p ni
Leave .Jacksonville 2 30 p in
Leave Savannah K lu j? in
I .eave A u
guata 1 55 p in (1 35 a in S 00 a ni
Arrive < Irocil
wood 7 o .r> p m !? 52 a in 1 oo p m
Leave Groonwoou n 52 a ni l ;>o p ni
Arrlvo Coronnoa lu ina in 2 ls p in
" Waterloo 10 30 a ni 255 p m
" High l'oint lu 4:1 a ni 3 ttl p 111
" Laurens ll IO a in 3 55 pm
" ( 'ra 11 .Tl a ni I 35 p 111
" Looroo ll 5<> a 111 f> 17 ?1 111
" Woodruff 12 10 p III 5 alp in
" Moore 12 I!? p in ti 41 p in
"Sparfanhttrg l 25 p m 7 10 p 111
B. T. i'll A lt LToN, G. P. A.
J. N. HASH, Slip't, Augusta, Gn.
GR15KN VILLE iv COLUMBIA
On and after .lan. 10, I88?l, Passenger
Trains will run as herewith indicated
upon this road and its branches.
Haily, except Sundays.
No. 53 UP PASSENGER.
Lojive Columbia C. ?fe G. Depot 10 45a lil
Arrive Alston ll 45 a 10
" New berry 12 48 p nt
" Ninety-six 2 03 pm
" I lodges 3 05 p m
" Helton 4 ll p 111
" < Iroonvillo 5 35 p in
No. .vj DOWN PASSENGER.
Louve Greenville 0 4.r> a m
Arrive Helton 11 03 a m
Hodges 12 17 p 111
Ninety-Six I 10 p m
New berry 3 02 p III
Alston 4 05 p ill
( 'olunihia 5 15 p m
LAURKNH RA I LltO A I).
Loave Helena 3 32 p m
Arrive at Laurens C. II. ft 30 p Ul
Leave Lain-nsC. IL 8 IK) a ni
Arrive at Helena 11 00 a III
tb IL T A L< OTT. Sn pi endent.
I), CAIIDWKLL, A. O. I?. A.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILWAY
COMMENCING: SUNDAY Nov KM nun 20.
1885, at 11.45 A. M., Passenger Trains will
run aa follows, "Kastern Hmo:"
To AND FROM CHARLESTON.
KAHT (DA I I.V.)
Depart Columbia 7 00 a in 5 27pm
Due Charleston 1120pm ?* 00 p in
W R8T (OA I I.V.)
Depart Charleston 7 20 ? m R IO p ni
Duo Columbia 10 35 am lo 00 pm
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
(KAST (OAII.Y KATKI'T srxnyv.)
Dep't 1 Columbia 7 00 am ft 0ft p m ft 27 p m
Duo ('annice 12 37 p III 7 42 jt in 7 42 p m
(WKHT l'A I I.Y KXCKIT M'NltAT.)
Dep't ('aniden 7 l? a in 7 a ni 3 15 p 111
Duo Columbia 10 20 a ni 10 35 a m 10 p in
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Deprrt Augusta 7 45 a m 4 40 p ni 10 3.') pm
Due Charleston 12 92 p in tl 30 7 IO mn
WKST (DA H.T.)
lu part charleston ft35 ft io? m 10 30 p m
Due Augusta ll 40 a m 10 20 p tn 7 30 a m
< 'ON N EOTIONH
Made at Columbia with Columbia and
GrconvlllO Railroad br train arriving at
10. 40 A. M. and departing at 5.37 P. M.
At Columbia Junction with c., c A A.
Railroad by same train to and from all
point-, on both road?.
Passengers take moper ni Branch
At Charleston with steamers for New
York; and with steamer for Jackson
ville and points on St. John's Uiver,
Tuesdays ami Saturdays; with Charles
ton and' Savannah Railroad to and from
Suv nindi midpoints in Florida, daily.
< b orgia and C
At Augusta wdtrom any point W
Railroads to and fekville to and m
and South. At Ula Kail road. Through
points on Harnwell anu.l to all pointa
tickets can bo pnrehplylng to
South and W? byap
D. Mun KKN, Aff't. Columbia, 8. C.
JOHN IL PECK, General Manager.
DC. Alton.ti. 1'. and Ticket Agent?
ci "tn? Agenoy Tor e
and *W agon Faoti
1 a/t ]M:an\ife/3tu.2
ill tor Cash or on
Lonclid s?lection i
eguara nteed. Of
S .A.. GRIS
LAURENS, 8. G.
FRICK co.'s mm
Agunta for thc
OSBORNE Mowers, Rc
Cane Mills Wheal and Orisl i 11 -
Acme Harrows, (j nt in Drills, Fee
Pumps, Wagons, Cotton Planters, ( ii
_ LA UK KS
( K er 835 Hi
tuf*" Meals furitiHhod ?it nil hours, eon!
eacies of the season, everything HtTlipi
HO politOHt llttClltiOII (iiven.
LARGEST AND ('I IK API'S
Stock Larger, Pri?es Lo
Carpets and House Furnishing
Moquet, Hrussols, 8-Ply an<l ingrain
Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Paju
Polos, Cocoa and Canton Mattings, 1
for samples and prices.
.1A M 108
Mar. 24, issi;.-:ti_
'Plie copartnership heretofore ox
Esting between .1. W. Leake and
1). M. Patton has this day dissolved '
hy mutual consent I>. M. Patton
will continue business at tho old j
.1. W. Leak?,
D. M. Patton.
In withdrawing from the above
linn, I desire to thank tho public for
past favors and a lihoral patronage
and ask for my successor a foritin
uanco of the sanio.
.1. W. Leak?.
Mareil 271h. 188(1
NEW FOR LAL UK NS!
We have Recured the serYiwes of
experienced candy manufacturers,
and opened a Factory ?vt this place,
where uti kinds of candy aro made
from the pure sugar.
In addition to thin industry, we
have a Une stock of fresh Groceries
always on hand, which we sell at
Hot tow Figures.
A. tc SULLIVAN A- co.
I hereby forbid anyone from
hiring Julinu Pulton, RA she is un
der contract with me for the pres
Junti ?), 1888 45 .lt
Himplen!, li i.Ht lin i ?1.1... Bronomlee.1 .,,i.l Perfect
In ne?-- wk?te? rm ?non, denim ii rotidy fur nikrket
THRESHING ENGINES %<3M8F
**w MIIU. *nd Kan^W>m*?ta ??n.
?rally. Bend for llliiNtrftted cMalogito.
A. B. FARQUHAR.
Pe??7lT**U A?<-tealt?nil Work?, TOItK. Vn.
All exchange ?yal "MonOpoilOS
are roaching out further and fur
ther vith alarming rapidity." Tho
earrie may be said of busttno.
,o%^er al-flrst, class
Dries, -we ar? in a
-?rs p>rio?s witH
rom Fresh stoolc
3I=> A, CO.
BOYD & CO.
?apers and Binder?.
, Sulkoy Plows, Corbin Dise an?!
?1 ( ul tors, Ac, Remington Force
nano Distributors Davis' Swinging
s, s. c, _(
and Bal a,
fisting of all tho Mihxtfintinln ?nd'dtdi*
liously neat, thc hoBt or order kepi, an
T HOUSE IN GEORGIA,
wer Ulan Rvov Ile for?.
(?nods, tho largest Stork South.
Carpets, Rugs, Mst? ?11(1 Crumb
'iv, Lace Curtains, Cornices aa4
Jpholstory, Chromos. g^effWrite
(i. HAIME A- SONS, Ag'ts.,
714 Proud St., Augusta, Ga.
1 .? ..I-?._l .1-uv M>H
I J. J. Pta'Hs. j. w. PBKeusaa.
Tho old firm of Royd, Pluts A Co.
having dissolved .by mutual con
sent, tho undersigned have formed
a co-partnership and will karp a
full Stock of family Orooorlee and
i Plantation Rupp!les.
I We art ?Iso ?gts. for Wando Fer*
tilir.or and Aeio P hoi? pa ie.
fifiT Mr. Pias?, in behalf ef the
old Firm, takes ibis opportunity to
extend ais ?hanks for past favors,
und nov. vol leite for the new firm,
u littoral patronage.
Our friends mill pleas? aotiee
t hy t we Occupy thu handsome brick
hut Illing: ef lie; di. V. Little, on th?
corner ef Main end Harper Streete,
where we will bu fled to veleome
CLUHS 4 FF.ROCHON.
Laure??, H. C., Ja?, ftc, 1**6.
Wilmington, Colanihla an? Anga?ta.
(.ruerai Pausangar Departaueat,
. 'IILUUIU, g. 0., dalr 19, 11
M Aili Ave Sx ranee.
South Daily. Mo. 48 Ko. 4?.
I.eav.i W ilioingtoa 8 IA p ni lt ie p m
riomingtoe ?t? pat ll 17 poi
Marion M Np a UMi a
Arrive I'loreuee 11 26 p aa ll? en
" (Hu m ter 484 a na
" ('(dumble 640 am
North-Dally Ko.? Hm. 4ft.
heave Columbi? fen fiat
Arrive Sumter HU p M
Arrive florence 4 U p ta 6 ?7 a aa
I,?-ave Marion 6 Of p aa A IS a na
" Flemington T ?8 pm T 44 a aa
Ari ive Wilmington 8 ll p aa 067 au
Charleston and Oelumhia gpeeleL
Ne. af Xe. Afc,
I/cave Charlowlen 7 36 a na
Arrive ?Mp na
Arrive Columbia lt? Me ?ft
l^nvo ? tat pa?
T. M. KMKKNON, ?. F/ A.
.1. F. DA Ml?, iJen'l. Sup'!. . .
C. M. SMITH, Agent, Ct?I anakie, ?. ?X