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LAURENS, June 28d, 1880.
alocar anfl SpgGiaLfc
Now 1H tho timo to begin improve
Mvorybody reports the failure of whost
and oat crops. .
Who would have a public ofllco? Don't
all answer at once.
Working like a horso a lawyer draw
ing up a conveyance.
The President hus declined a valuable
gift from tho Sultan of Turkey.
The state Democratic Nominating
Convention moots on August 4th next.
Mr THAD DUCK KT, on estimable young
man, died at Greenwood on Tuesday
Tho Newberry Cotton Factory bas re
ceived an order for PX) bales of cloth, from
Crops throughout tho County are late
and need attention. The prosdeet is not
It ls staled that onions placed in wheat
will prevent weevils. This is something
Commencement week liss passed, and
lt Booma, has carried with it all the lifo
?nd gaiety of our town.
Tho article in our last issue from "Oth
erwise" was well received. It was to
tho point, and eminently correct.
The revenue tax Oil imported wool lu
high, but nothing ls charged on wool
that ls pulled ?vor the eyes of honest
The celebrated murder trial of John
Ferguson has at last ended in a verdict
of acquittal. This is the fourth Jury that
hus heard the ease.
A clergyman recently aroused a ?lull
prayer mooting by the announcement
that he "didn't propose to act as umpire
for a sleeping match."
Considering the scarcity of money at
this season, the number of receipts is
sued from this ofllco di ring the past
weok ls very encouraging.
Court and Conillionconioitt have made
thing?lively for tho past few days. We
will now take a rust and prepare for the
Clrsud Kaso Hall Tournament in July.
It acorns that tho Columbia, Newberry
and Laurens Railroad bas concluded to
tuko tho "tother road," and ut this time
Laurens hus excellent prospoctsof laang
The hom? team hicks because wo left
them out In our comments on the gamea
of ball played with WilliaUlStOU. Hold
on IKIVS, we will get up an "oxtra" for
you during the tournuiUOIlt.
In a certain town in the West, sn en
terprising linn advertised that for every
bachelor who purchased a fifty dollar
ault, u wifo is provided, ll is bard to
est?malo the price of such clothing.
The hy giru ii' in tinonee of sunshine eau
hardly be overrated, it is too cheep to
become a fashionable remedy but its ef
fect on vegetation shows its vitalizing
Inlhionoo. Lot there be sunlight shout
Tho McCormick .dd ra tic? states that
the base ball boys of that plac?? are prac
ticing for tho tournament which begins
here on July (Uh, Thoy will he in excel
lent trim te enter the diamond for tho
The young people eloaod the fostivi
lives of the season by a pleasant social
gathering at the residence of Maj. Har
lin, on Friday evening, in honor of the
young lady visitors who remained after
com mom omcut.
Wo acknowlodgo tho roeiopt of au In
vitation to attend the Annual Exhibition
of the F.ukosmian Society, of ( linton
College. N.J. Holmes Ksq. will deliver
an address at tho Orphan's Seminary on
Juno 20th at 858O P. M.,
In view of the 1'acl that two vacancies
will soon OCClir in the Cadetship for this
County, 111 the Citadel Academy, hythe
graduation of cadets Harris and Lee, an
examination of applicants will soon be
held. A ny person desiring tn stand''thc
examination will lind all tho necessary
Information by calling ?>u School Com
missioner Grifhll, or addressing Hon.
Johnson Ifagood, Barnwell, s. c. who
ls President of the Hoard of Fxaminers.
We urge upon tho merchants and bus
iness men of Laurens tho importance of
au officient and active Hoard of Tindo,
Tho benOfit of competing linescannot bo
reali/ed so long as the roads "pool."
Nulling can more eU'eetnally break pools
mid prevent discrimination, and thus
get tho lowest possible rates of fro I gilt
than united net ion on the part of o ir mer
chants. The few progressive men who
seem to see tho importance of such in ens
ures, can do nothing without co-opera
tion and unity of action.
Wo have been requested to announce
that tho Woman's Aid Soe 10 ly, of the
Maple,i Church at Waterloo, will give a
festival for tho benefit Of tho church on
July 2nd i at Anderson's Hall? beginning
ut eight o'clock. To the ppblie a cordial
Invitation ls extended.
On the l lth Inst. Mr. >MKPK TAYLOR,
who lived with lila widowed mother
about 3 miles from this place, died of
dysentery. Tho deceased had returnod
but a short time from Florida when ha
was taken sick, and In R few days died.
Wo also learn Hat other members of the
family nre sun'' ring from tho Hinno dis
ease mid their condition is considered
A Terrible. Imposition.
Information has leached us to the ef
fect, that in th?' upper portion of this
.County, fl negro from Atlanta, claiming
to4c a doctor, ls now engaged In prac
ticing medicine without license. M any
of his pstlcntH hnvo not survived his
treatment, and othershavo lieen Injured
for life, yet, st rango to say, some whit?
people countenance bim, and he ls al
IOSNCII to continue sw indling the pi npi. .
examination of lit? patlonts ls eon?
flited (ethe palms ?.<'their bands, sud
whether lt he for tooth-ache or consump
tion* he administers physic upon thin ox.
amiuatjon. He is a lit subject for the
A somewhat notorious colored woman
hy tho name of Mary Muck, hart a diffi
culty on Monday night last, with a col
ored man. The woman indicted aevero
wounds across tho neck, shoulders and
face of her antagonist with a ralsor, and
then decided to '?Hoc tho realm." BllO
was captured on Kinlay last hy Consta
ble Monroe and lodged in jail. The
wounded man is not considered danger
ously hurt. The man's name ls Mat Sul
Closing Exorcises of tho Seminary .
The closing exercises of the Laurens
Vlllo Seminary, Mrs. N. 1/. Klorulff,
Principal, began on Monday evening at
8 o'clock in tho Court House. The exer
cises consisted of music, songs, recita
tions, declamations, cte. The exhibit ion
was good, ami the large audience passed
a pleasant evening.
Tuesday morning was devoted to the
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, will la?
rendered ..Paradise and Perl." drama
tised expressly for tho occasion.
To conclude with the presentation of
prizes and medals.
During the recent term of tho Court of
Sessions, Judge Hudson presiding, tho
following eases were tried and disposed
of as Indieatod :
The State vs. Louis Stewart, colored
murder. Verdict guilty, and sentenced
to bo hanged July 1?'?.
The Slate vs. Will Simpson, colored
Hssault and battery with intent to kill,
and assault and .battery of a high ?mid
aggravated nature. Found guilty of the
luiter offense. Sentence two years lu
Tho State vs. Fed Mitchell, Will bon
dy and F.ael (J ri filth, colored, 'iuilty.
Sentence - two years in penitentiary.
The Sessions business closed on Tues
day afternoon, and the juries wer?> dis
charged. The Uland Jury were dis
charged on Monday afternoon.
On tho Equity sido of tho Court a great
number of eases that have stood upon
the calendar fora number of years, were
J inigo Hudson ls fl universal favorite
with the lawyers throughout tho State,
and has fully sustained his reputation
as a jurist, at this term.
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Commonoe: '.int Closing Exorcised.
' On Tuesday last Mon. \V. C. lionel, of
Abbeville, delivered tho address before
ibo graduating ? lass of tho Lnurcnsvillo
Femalo College. Mis subject was" Kin
ploy mont of tho Timo between <'. rad na
tion and Marriage," and ni though a
somewhat novel subject, h ls add roas was
ono of tho finest and most appropriate,
it has ovor boon our privilege to hear. -
Mr. lionet is no stranger to tho people
of Laurens. A polished scholar, and an
eloquent orator, au address from him
insures a full house :ind a rare literary
trout. In tho evening tho young ladies
of the graduating class road their essays
and received diplomas as follows:
Miss Sallie Brooks, (A. H. Degree.)
Miss Kfllo West, (F.ngllsh Diploma.)
Miss Lucillo Swindler, (Kn gt lah Di
ploma.)-The Story of a Docking Chair.
Miss Lidia Monro, (Kngllsh and Latin
Diploma.) Childhood's Hom*.
Mian Lulu Pitts, (Kngllsh Diploma.)
Through the Misty Comos th?'Sunshine.
Miss Rosalie Sullivan, (Kngllsh ami
Latin Diploma ) -The Past, Prosont and
M ins Josephine Cunningham, (Kti
glish Diploma.) What Shall The Har
Miss Kinma (Joodglon, (Kngllsh and
Latin Diploma.) The True Sphoro of
Miss Mary nus Barrett, (F.ngllsh Dip
In tho Senior Class, Kngllsh and Latin
couran, ..1/1 ss Kinma Uoodgion recelvod
first honor. The other young holies in
thia course made so nearly equal marks
as lo make it Impossiblo lo give second
honor to any ono of them ; they all made
In tho Kngllsh course .Viss Lucille
Swill?: 1er, of W. Va., received first hon
or; A/issM.Qus Marrett, Kdwards, Miss.,
and Miss Lulu Pitts, honorable mention.
Junior Class, Kngllsh and Latin
course, Miss Mary Harrison, (?reenvido
County, received first honor. In Kllg
llgh ?'ourse. Miss Lena Itoluild, Laurens
( 'minty, first honor.
In Soph moro Class, Kngllsh and Latin,
Miss Pauline Alvoison, first honor; Miss
Anna Ha h a (Toy, second honor.
In Frosh mail Class, Miss Mamie Dunk
in, first honor; Miss (ira Burgess, second
Primary, Miss Botllall Halb-, first
This Institution can have no greater
monument than such n ? lass of young
bulles, who are now to go forth int?? the
busy world, oxomptyfyiiig tho exool
lenee of this Institution ami rellocting
honor upon their Instructors.
All of tho essays showed careful prep
aration and exceptionally well written
but wespooially mon lion the valedictory
by Miss Mary GUS Barrett, of Missis
sippi, as a production of dOCldod merit.
HIT farewell to friends ami ?-lass
matcM was pooullarly pathetic and touch
ing, and brought forth many a sympa
It is hard 1?? estimate tho work of tho
President of this College in his efforts to
bulbi up ni Institution of learning.
Hu has lu ?ui competent and faithful in
the ?lis?'hargo of his duty, working early
and lato for the good of those placed bi
his charge. Wo feol sure thal wo ex
pie?-? tho sentiment of this community
and tho patrons of the school, when we
regret that circumstances have forced
him to tender his resignation, But, tho
responsible position of President of the
Colh'ge bus fnllen upon worthy should
ers, in tho poraCn of Rev. Mr. Edmonds,
of Slimier, H. C., who has been elected
lo succeed President Milner. Tho new
President is a mun ol extended experi
ence as n siu'eos.sfn I instructor, mid all
friends of tho College aro to bo eongrat
ub le?i on this selection. A full corps of
pr< fessors will be secured, and wo hare
ov-ry reason to predict s long sonson of
prosperity for this tim? hom>ro?l institu
tion for the education of young helios.
President dimonds has hoon spoken
of ns a Professor In thcThcologieCl .Sem
inary at Co in m i ?ia, and Prof. j. K. BtskCi
the distinguished cducntor, remarked to
a ineiphAf of tho Board) "li von cnn
get him, you will gi t a num." lt p<
Our Friso Riddle.
JtWtVouth oxnltcd high tn nir,
Or bathing In tho waters fuir;
Naturi to clotho roo, took d?llght, ?
And robod ?ny body nil in white.
My person tull, with slander waist,
On either eldo by fringos grucod;
Till limn, their tyrant ino espied,
Anil toro ino from my mother's shh?.
To vox ino more ho look a freak,
I lo split my tongo mid bad o me speak.
And what more wonderful appears,
I spoak to oyes and not lo wars.
A man my master ami my slave,
I give commands thal kill ov save;
I grant ten thousand pounds a year,
I make a beggar, brat -a peer.
Without my aid, the heat divine,
I n learning, could scarcely show a line.
The parson would forgot Ills reading,
The lawyer would forgot his pleading.
My mouth is black, my tongo is furr'd,
I scarcely now can spook o word.
T die neglected anil forgot,
And on some saud hank left to rot.
For th? lirst correct solution of this
riddle we oller a beam ifni chromo.
Mr. H. B. Ili NTf.u has purchased a
'Tho Misses MAUI;, of Oreen vii lo, aro
visiting in this place.
Mrs. MAIIY .TOHSSOX, of Charlotte, is
visiting rotativos here.
Mrs. J. F, J. <'A i.nw r.i.i., of Now berry,
visited the family of Da. CONNOR last
Miss Con A COUNTS, ol Union, visited
the family of Mr. 11. M. SPA it ic s during
Dev. A. COOK r. SM ITU has been elected
to lill Bishop DUNCAN'S professorship
in Wofford Col I og*.
Miss Pit it m N FA ti now, laughter of
Col. JAS. FAUOOW, has returned home
from school in Columbia.
Miss DACHA Coi.KM AN, a beautiful and
attractive young lady of Coronaca, spent
several days with f rio uris lu town.
Capt. B. It. TILLMAN will attend tho
Due West Commencement, ami address
the farmers at Abbeville C. II. on sab s
day in .1 uly.
Capt. B. U. TILLMAN has consented to
address tho Lisbon Farmer's club in
Anglia! next. Wo will give more defi
nite notice as lo the tillie later.
Wo noticed tho following visiting
member:, ol' the Bur 111 attendance upon
Court: J. S. lt. THOMPSON, ClTAS. P.
Woi'Konn, Spartanburg;..I. C. HASHIM.i.,
Columbia; W. C. BUN KT, Abbeville; (i.
S. UOWKU, Newberry; NV. J. MoOUU,
Dov. A. W. Moona, of tho Centenary,
paid us a call last week. He is traveling
in tho intorcst of his paper, sud WO aro
glad lo note, is meeting tho SUCCOSH
which such an enterprise deserves. Ile
preached a most excellent sermon in thc
Methodist Church on Sunday lust.
Messrs. W. I). SIMPSON, JIL. and R. A.
SI M PHON, sons of the Chief J list iee, have
oxen elected to professorships in Adgor
College. These voling men havo boon
engaged In teaching for some time, um!
have established quito > reputation in
their profession. Wo wish them un
bounded success, sud congrat?lalo Adg
er College upon the Selection.
We cull attention to tho advertise
ment of CRISP A CO. The Columbus
Buggy nocds noroRomendulion from us.
All who desiri? hones! vehicles at lowest
prices, s i nm ld see .1 AM BS A. CHIMP A Co.
Tho (Mosing oxereiscs of tho Laurens
Male Academy, will bo held in (ho Col
logo Chapel on Friday evening i!f?th inst,
st 8:00 o'clock, lion. STAN YA BNK WIL
SON wilt deliver thu annual address.
Declamation fr un some of tin-students,
will also bc rendered.
< ?n the morn lg of tho i">l h a public ex -
Hinination of Hm students will take
place in 1 he ( hap? I.
Tho < 'oinniencenieut Dall, given hy tho
Laurens Dancing Club, wes, H:. iirunl, a
success. Watt's Hall WBS beautifully
di.rated with ovorgreous and flowers,
and tho young Indies appeared particu
larly ?d?a; niing and attractive upon tli!-.
Among Ibo gentlemen visitors w?> no
ticed W.. 1. Moore, of Cokosbury ; Ti. lt.
Whatley, Waterloo; Dr. 11 ?ai ly, of Char
lotte,, and J. \V. Chlippol, Of Newberry.
As it may ho a matter of local interest
we gi\e a short description of the cos
tumes of the dancers:
MissOuiislo Barrett, whit? tullo and
satin, Jew ?dry.
Miss Dessl?? Watts, Nile gie?*n tarle
ton, pond lillies.
Miss Lida Lark, white tarleton, Krtl"
lumls of flowors.
Miss Kate Lark, gobion brown silk.
Miss Nannie Roland, white swiss,laco
Miss Ll/.r.io Davenport, white tarleton,
Miss Joan nette McFarland, rich black
laco costume, with coral Jowolry.
Miss Ina Haynes, cream grenadine,
black lace drapery.
Miss Minnie Mark, whit? Ince, satin
Miss Dosa Mark, white embroidered
costume, natural Howers.
Mis i Lula Little, pink satin and nun's
Miss Lilli?? Harris, white satin and
cashmere, lace, Howers.
Miss Jossic Richardson, pink veiling,
White lace drapery.
Miss Mi..nie Fuller, binn satin, eas
eado ?>f lace, peurls.
Miss' Mamie Sullivan, black satin,
w hip- Ince.
Miss Molli?? Wilkes, cream laco, satin
ribbons, natural roses.
Mrs. Capt. Fielding, whit?? embroid
Mrs. J. IO. Wilkes, pink satin, white
lace drapory, garlunds of smilax and
Mm. K. C. Himkinit, navy blue silk,
Mrs. J. h. M. Irby, elegant blin k silk,
thread lace. .
Miss Annie Simpson, pink mull, white
Miss Laura Simpson, figured white
Miss Nannie Ferguson, white satin
trimmed with pearl lace.
J/rs. Ohaul, while mullo, corsage bou
OjUet of daisies and smilax.
.Uisa Lou Hill, white nun's vatllngaiid
A/Is* Wharton, white satin, lae?
Mile Watts, cream nun's veil
-I ::!<.!v (rimmed with Ince and
Doitnoii p. o.
I nppre.dnto thocompliment from my
unknown frioml in Andorsou. It ro*
minds nm of a joko which I will toll for
his benoni. Two voting m011, whom wo
will cull Dick and narry, hud long benn
running together and leading a very fast
lifo, in a special manaor,thoy hud con
sumed a great deal of whiskey. Hut at
longth dissipation bogan to present its
legitimate results, und Dick was brough!
to death's door. Tho neighbors gnlhorod
in lo seo t ho last ol' t he poor reprobate,
and some tried tOCOUSOlo him, and some
chided him upon his wasted life, and
??uno spoko 111 onilllous whispers of his
approaching and awful death, finally
lila old part nor, Hurry, came, lie went
to tho hodsiuo ami gazed at Dick long
and earnestly. Theil ho foll of bis pulso
and ol' his hands .ind feet, und then turn
ing lo t he friends ho subi :
"I don't bollovothnt Dick ls obi 1 god lo
dio. If you'll just tako sonto whisky
and warm it up, mid sweeten it, and put
a lilt le ginger in it, and let Dick drink
some of it every once llt-n-whllo, I be
live he'll pull through yet."
Dick brightened up instantly, sud re
0 You taik Uko :i moil that b ?d some
1 have made a very careful estimai.' ot
the human family, mid I lind thu! a largo
majority have a natural appetite (or
winde:.onie amusement, anti lind these
pooploconstitute tho best specimens ol
the race. The haig faced croakors Im
agino that they nro the salt of the earth,
but inmost eases misanthropes would
bo a heller name for thom. The lesson
of the Pharaseos,it appoars is still lost
Dy tho way, Mrs. ['rhino wants toknow
why a college COUUItoilCcniOIlt is always
put at the other end of tho concern?
Well I expect I mad o n poor show In ox
plaining the thing lo ber, because you
see, I didn't know.
stephen fl ur reit can beat anybody
loading a calf. Homo time ago Stephen
bad occasion to load a calf to pasture,
about one quarter of a mile. Tho calf
worried along till it got about b.ilf way.
lt then lay down ?ind sworn it wouldn't
go another step. In this omcrgoiicy
Steve deliberately tied tho calf to a tren
and went buck linnie ami went to bod.
The next morning tle> calf went on tho
balance of the way without any trouble.
Sieve ia not tho "boy that tho calf ran
Well, I don't know what to say about
tho <pi est ion ot' ..Suggest ion." Howe var,
I think il [ stood a good changa of hoing
one of ibo "Suggeateoa," I would lik<<
the plan very well, ll' not, perhaps liol?
Tho question is by no moans a now one.
It comes up in almost overv town and
city election, where leading citizens
"suggest" names to ho voted for as tho
"pooplo's ticket," the "wet ticket," the
dry ticket," otc. The question came up
in Ooorgla, in Hi" time of Judge Long
street, I think in this form:
"Should tho votes of faction bo deter
mined by internal suggestion, or by tho
bias of jurisprudence."
I don't remember how it was decided
thou, liut I can't soo why "Internal sug
gestion'.'is not as good aa the "bias of
jurisprudence," that ia, If Conventions
would stay sober.
1*. S. I might Minsen! to take charge
of the A nv MM i-i i; ii long enough to ??ve
thu editor-in-chief time enough to mar
ry, ?. *.> if his our lah lp ls Qnishud.
At a mooting of the l'?xocullvo
Committee of the Democratic par
ty, hohl July 21, IMHO, the follow ing
action w ns hud :
ItCHolvvltf Irtt. That tho D?mo
cratie party of Laurens County, be
re-organized at once; for this pur
pose township meetings will bo held
al tho following tien s and places,
for the purpose of organizing town
ship clubs: Tbo township Kxeeu
tivo Comilllttuo nu n are charged
with the execution ?d' this resolu
(.'ro s Hill-nt Cross Hill, July :i,
at 51 p. m.
Dials at Dial's Church, July 17,
ut o p. in.
Jacks-at Bani ls, July l", al 10
Hunter-?it ('linton, July 17, at
10 a. m.
Laurens-at Laurens C. IL, July
I 7, at ll a. m.
ScufHetown-nt Langston. July
17, at :! p. m.
.Sullivans-at Tumbling Shoals,
, July 17, at 2 p. m.
Waterloo-at < leorgO Moores, July
: 3, at .'! p. m.
? Youngs-at Young's Store, July
? 17, at 2 p. m.
2d, That a convention of tho
Democratic party to ho held at
Laurens C. II., at IO A. M. July
28th prox. euell township being en?
titled to nine delegates. The busi
ness of ( he con ven t ion will he to
reorganizo Ibo D?mocratie party
for Laurens County, determine tho
candidates of the party, appoint
delegates to i be state Convention
on tho 4th of August, ut Columbia,
and such oilier business as tho eon?
volition limy see proper to enter
0(1 That each township suggest
a mom hers to represent tiie town
ship on tho County lOxeCUtlVO Com
li. W. DALL,
County i ?iniriiiu?i.
JOHN D. PATTON, Secretary.
Mown in Front!
This ls tho slogan of the day, as it np
puen to the myriads of vile compounds
odored th<' public ns remedies. Tho
manufactories of these bottled health
destroyers know as milch aooilf the url
Of Compounding medicines as a new horn
babe does Ol Inc double rule of three.
Avoid all the "Tonie." "Hitters" ,Ve.,
that aro Compounded of locan, death
dealing whiskey, ami are no medicines
nt all, uso an article of merit and reputa
l'Kl.ilAMM ('mm. ANO Aon: Sm KIO,
is know n all over Laurens County, and
out of lt a? a rented v tor overv form of
malaria, Chills and Fever Ac. Kvery
body uses it. l'or salo by H. r\ I'OBOy
ami J. K Wilkes, Laurens; ll. V. Vance,
Clinton; ?Dav ?V Sullivan, Dorroh's;
sullivan A Milatn, M t. Gallagher] J. ll.
Crisp A Cu., (?oidvillo; Culbertson A
HOLME'S SURE CURB,
MOUTH WASH AND DKNTIFHKIR.
(hires Hluodlng titi ms, Ulcer?, Kora
Mont h. Horn Throat, Cleanses th? To?th
oud I'M ri Hiv. Ute Breath. Csed andree*
ommonded liv leading dentist. Pre
pared by Di s." J. I*. A W. IL lIpi.KK?,
Dentist, M neon, Un, For sab? bv all
driiapttt and dentist, and in Laurens bv
jVEESSPtS JAS. ^
You ?tre rieretr,
re?as, Tor -tlx? Sale
"Yon oa-rx gui eura
aw ?tre -trieft "vsr? i
Isie-t, for st/yl? cl un
We offer these
and will be pleas*
M ACS XO LI A PAHHKNGKH ROUTH.
G., i,. and A. .V K. Hailwoyn.
In ISffoot .Jim. .".1. ISM;.
Timo 90th Meridian ono hour slower
thnn ('. A o. lt. R.
OOINO soi; rn l> \ii.v.
Leave Snnrtnnhurg SOO pm 5 SO a m.
" Moore .13;"> p m 0 2% a in
11 Woodruff 4 HO p in 7 IS a in
" Uneroo 4 21) p nt 7 l<> n ni
" Ora I -10 i> m S 24 n ni
" I,nu rons, 4 .vi p m ?i lil n in
" High Point 521 pm 0 58 A ni
" Waterloo 5 SS pin Ki .io a m
" Coronaoa 651 p ni ll oin in
Arrive (.1 reen wood 012pm ll SO a ut
wood 4 45 a ni S VI p ui 1 00 p in
Kilala 55 a tn ll '!?'> p in 7 00 p in
Arrive Allan ia 7 00 n itt G 40 p ut
Arrive ?Savannah fiona rn 4 12 p m
Arri ve Jackson villi- 12 00 a Ul 10 30 p Ul
OOINO KOUT IC - DAILY.
Leave Atlanta s IS p nt
Leave Jaekaonvllte 2 :wi p m
Leave Savannah H lop in
gusta 1 55 p TU ii M rn S 00 a m
Arrive ? Iroen
wood 7 05 pin 0 52 a nt 11? p m
Leave l?reen wood ii b'i a in 1 W p in
Arrive Coronaea ia io? m 218pm
Waterloo 10 SO a m ? ISS p ni
Hijrli Point 10 4.1 a in .11.', pm
" Laurena ll 10a m 8 65 p 111
" < ira ll St ? ni 4 ila p in
" Rnoree ll 5fi a in 5 17 ?> nt
Woodruff 12 1"? p ni 5 51 p m
Moore PJ 111 p in <> ll ?> ni
"Spartauhurjf 125pm 7 40 pm
K. T. CHA RLTON, < :. [?. A.
J. N. MAS-., Sup't, Augusta, (?a.
(GREENVILLE A COLUMBIA
on and' after Jan. 10, liWrt, Passenger
Tra?na will run as herewith indicated
upon thi:. road ami Ita branches.
Daily, exeepl Sundays.
No. Cl* PASSENGER.
Leave Col ii mhia < '. .V < '<. Depot 10 45 a ni
Arrive A Iston 11 45 a in
" Xe wherry 12 is p in
" Ninety-Six 2 OS pm
" Hodges ;f 05 ?J in
" Holton 4 11 j> in
" < I roon vi I lo ? SS p m
Leave ? Ireenvillo 0 IS ;i nt
Arrive (triton ll Ol II ni
11 OdgOS 12 17 p III
Ninety-Six 1 10 p itt
Newberry :? P "?
Alston 4 o5 p m
Columbia 5 15 p ut
Leave Hololin .? S2 p ni
Arrivent Laurens c. il. tlSOpin
Leave Laurens ('. H- s 11 111
Arrlvo at Helena ll ixl a rn
<;. R. TALCOTT, Snpl endent.
D. CA itnwui.i., A. O. P. A.
At to at lon Crofts Mill.
( '?toss 1111.1., June li?, '80.
There will be a meeting of thu
Cross Hill Township Cent ntl Pur rn?
ors'Club, nt Cross Hill, Saturday,
July Hil, at two o'clock, p. m. A
full attendance ls desiri d.
lt. N. CUNNINGHAM,
R. A. A t ST i N, Secretary.
THE booka of Registration will
lie opened in the SlieriiTs ellice at
I ai uro ns, as the law directs, on the
lirst Monday in each month, until
tlrst Montlny in July, 18811, when
the law requires thom closed until
after the next general election.
Thin is for tho purpose of register
ing nil persons who have become
ol' ugo, or intitled to register since
last election j to transfer persons
from this lo another county; and
from OHO township to another, or
from ono residence tnnnothcr. All
this must be done before or on the
tlrst Monday in July, issi;. Lost
certificates nmy he renewed to
within 3|) ll fly a of election, and those
who become of age between '.st of
July and tin* election, may regis
ter nt any time before election.
Those Who refused or neglected
to register before Hie Inst election,
cannot register until the law is
J. WASH WATTS,
Supervisor of Registration.
Of nil Jeir, da dour promptly nt tho
A DVFJiTlKKK Oma
!La/u.re*ris, ?. O., ?
i.. ORISP Sc Oo.:
sr a/p-poirxt?ci solo
9 of* til? Celebrate
,n!:ee a,ll sales, ete
nalo tia? to ?st, Tova
:sLloility etncS. fln?sl:
jd to quote terms
!?3 _A~ CRIS
LAURENS, S. C.
Over 885 Br
??*y~ Moala furnished nt nil liourM,com
O AC lu? of tho season. I:'. Vt'l Vllii n;< ?i Ttl ?ill
.ii? politest attention Riven,
: LARGEST AND CHIC APES'
Stock Lnrgrcr, Price? Lo
Carpets and Mouse Furnishing 1
Moquet, Brussels, ?l-Ply and Ingrain
(Moths, Window Shades, Wall Pape
Polos, Con.u and Canton Mattings, I
for samples und prieoH.
Mar. 21, ISSU.-ru _
? ! I." S ! .. 1._.
NEW FOR LAURENS]
We have ?ncured the service? ?f
experienced candy manufacturer*,
j and oponed a Factory nt this place,
j where all kind? of candy are made
from the nure ?u^ur.
lu addition to Hu* Industry, we
have a flin1 stock of fresh Groceries
always on hain!, which wo Mell at
A. lt. SULLIVAN A CO.
I hereby forbid anyono from
hiring Julian Dalton, as sin? IM nu
der contract with nie for the pres
M A HY MILLEU.
June !). 18s<; |.j 3t
Ahoadof all olhora!
Pelhams Chill Sp?cifie broke Chilla lu ,
inv family when everything tdse fa i Iud,
T. P. PITTS,
Saluda, s. i '.
"I have triad Polhama Chill Specific in
soveral eases and havo found it Invaria
bly o positive rom od y for (ililli? and Fe
ver und therefore reoommond it.
'lillis. V. WICK BR,
Jalapa, s. < !.
So nay they all. For salo hy all lu
ROUTH CA HO LT NA RAILWAY
OOVMKXClNO Sl NDAT XOVKVIIKH 20,
ins.-,, Ht y.'i.r> A, M.. Passenger Trains will
run as follows, "Kantorll time:"
TO ANH FROM (TI AIU.KSTON.
UAST ( DA I LT.)
Depart Columbia 7 00 H ni VJ7 p io j
Due Charleston ll 20 p ni u 00 j? ni j
Dopnrt Charleston 7 20 a ni 5 lo p ni
Dun Col um bia 10 JA n m io oo p in j
TO AND FROM CAM DKX. I
(KANT (UAH.Y PTCHVTst'NoyT.)
Dop't Columbia 7 00 am 60ft pto A 27 pm i
Duo Camdon 12 '17 p ru 7 12 p ni 7 -\? p in
(WK8T HAILY KXCKI'T SINOA V.)
Dep't Canillen 7 4r> a ni 7 n tn ;? 15 p ni
Due Collin.Kia 10 'JO a in 10 Sft a in 10 p ni
TO AND I'UOM At Ul'STA.
HAHT (PA I I.V.)
I leprrl A ttgusta 7 4.ri a in 4 -to p m 10x5 p m
Due Charleston 1232pm 980 7 15 ara
WEST (l?A ll.Y.)
Depart Charleston fl SS 5 10 v ni 10 CO pm
Duo AtiKiihtH ll 40 a in lo 20 p 111 7 80 H in
Mada at Columbia with Columbi* and
Greenville Railroad hy train arrh in? at
IO. 10 A. M. and departing Ht ?.27 P. Sf,
At (Columbia Junction wrihc.c. A A
Hallroiid Uv ???ine train to- ?nd from mil
points on bot h roads.
PaMhOngera toko supper at Ihanoh
Al CUarloaton With *i?*mam for New
A otk.; ?nd M itti nte?ni?r for .Fackvnn
ville and point? on St. John'a Ulvor,
Tunad ay a and Saturday?! willi charlo*
ion and Savannah Railroad te ?nd from
Sav nnub andpolntH In Florid?, dally.
Oeorgia ?nd 0
At A UKI'? tu ?,-Urom ?ny point W
Railroads to and f>:kvilli bi \nd 01
?n<l South. Al flUKallroad. Th rou? h
fio I a tn on llarnwell ? ? <\ lo ?tl j?>iyio
icknU eau ho puri'uplyin? to
Smith and'Wa hyap
D. MeijVKF.N, Ag's. Colnmbln, ??. c.
DilIN U. FKCK. General Manager.
D.C. Ml? r < . P. md lU-kn Aa? ?.
rune ?Ttla., 1???3L
a,g?rxt,s. eft I-ia^vL-*
5 til? XD-ULlOliO
ggy in -til? mar
er iF^x-t tier ford
ir cash or on time,
BUR <&> CO
?gae-teatt ^ *--J
ist inc of nil tho subalautlaU ancell
lousiy nc MI. tho boat or ordo?, kept, aa
T HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
iver thrill ISver Kcfor*.
Goods, the Urgent Stork South.
Carpets, Hugs, Matu and Crumb
.rs,? Lae? Curtain?, Cornices and
Jpholstory, Chromo?. 00 Writ?
[i. BAILIE * SONS, Ag?ts.,
714 H road St., Augusta, (la.
- - 1 gggsgeas.-i Jitji
I J. J. Pun*, j. vr. VHKousaw.
The old Ima of Boyd, Plas? A Co.
having dissolved by mutual eos
sent, the oudersigned bare foraoad
a co-parwaorshlp ?ad will kesp *
full Slock of family Groceries and
Weare ?iso Agis, for Waudo Fer?
tUUer and A ale Phospate.
?i?7" Ur. Flus*, in behalf of tho
old Firm, take? lids opportunity to
extend his thanks for past favorn,
and now solicits for the new timi,
a liberal patronage.
Our friends will please uotlee'
that we occupy the handsome brick
building of Mr. U. F. Little, on th?r
coi ner of Main und ifurper Street.*,,
whore we w ill he glad to welcome
Pl.CSM ? FERGUSON.
I.nurons, S. C., .Jun. 25, 188(&
Wilmington, Columbia and Augnsta.
(?enoral Passenger Department,
Co LU uni A, S. C., July 1?.?, 11*5.
MAI L ANO LXCKKSS.
South Haily. No. 4? No. 40.
I.cuvo Wilmington s If? p m io 10 p m
M Flemington 1142 pm ll 17 pin
" Marion II XI; p m \'? 40 u m
Arrive Floroiieo ll ?25 p m 1 10 am
" Suinter A a\ H m
" Columbia 6 HO u in
North Dully No. 43 Xo. 47.
Louve Columbia 065 p BM
Arrive Suinter 1155 pm
Arrive Florence 4 15 pm 5 07 a m
Leave Marion 5 (Ml p-m 5 Kl a in
Flemington 7 Wi pm 7 44 H m
Arrive Wilmington H KS p m u t?7 u ni>
Chai leaton sud Columbia Hpcclal.
No. 53 Vo. ML
Leave Charleston 7 25a tm
Arrive '. <) 30 p m
Arrive columbia 1055 arm
Leave " 5 ?7 p m
T. M. F. M K H RON, CL Pi A.
J. P. D.\Nls, (len'I. Kup't.
C. St. SMITH, Agent, Columbia, H. C.
HUIR I U^f^S"!* ?^??Snr fhr?a.
OR. SCOTT, 842 Broadway, MSW YORK*
Sli.pl*?!. Vwi I>n**kW, ???anaUtri ?a? Tortrxt
tn ai? ?MIN M mk( ibMi UfM^f (ur aarltl.
.r????r. S^S?'?i ^^^'.?KtiiT """"
A. B. FARQUHAR.
IlstiiMini Wala TtU'ML, FWk.
THF. building of a BRIDGE uoros*
1 (.ubini Crook, known a? tho
Mc N ?oe? Ur id go will bo lot 4M tb?
lowo.it bidder on tho 7th day of Ju
ly nevi, tit ll o'clock A. M. And th?
McDaniel Urldge aer?se Uabun
Crock will be lei to tia? low??* hid
der oa ?he Ith day of .Inly, at ll
o'clock A. M., wit? the right to *e>
Jeot or araopt any bbL
j. w. Lim,*,
iliafm.fl? ?. c. c.