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LAURENS, July 14th, 1880,
.A'EoGal an? Sp?GraLfc
As was expected, prohibition in At
lanta waa a failure.
.INO. CVDKI.I. had a good run during
A reword ls offered for thu man who
doesn't talk polities.
Frog logs aro worth Toots per pound in
tho Now York market.
Tramps are scarce, probably they spent
tho summer in tho country.
It lu whispered that A.C. H ASK K LL,
Esq?, will bo a candidato for (Governor.
Wo ard Indebted for a copy of tho pro
ceeding of first annual meeting of tho
Misa ISABKLLA RUYSON, wife of Mr.
WM. BUYSON, diod at lier homo, near
Souffletown, on Sunday last.
Our city fathers havo been looking af
ter defaulting tax payers of tho eulorel
porsuaaton, for tho past few days.
In tho matter of candidalos, Laurens
Mooma tobo behind every County in tho
Stato. Our exchanges are full of thom.
A BUCOessfnl fanner says ho "feeds
. Ida land before it is hungry, rests it be
fore 1? woury, and woods it before lt is
A llttlo limo scattered over tho prom
lacs, and othor disinfectants at this sea
aim of tho year, might prevent fever
Wo call special attention to an article
tn this issue from Col. J. Wash Watts,
on tho subject of growing grasses. Let
every former road and ponder well this
Tho supper given In honor of tho guests
of tho Tournament, was in ovory ros*
poet a groat success. Tho Oroon"
ville boys were declared most popular
with thc girla.
Mr. W. II. Langston, an aged and res
pected citizen, who for many yours oc
cupied thooftieoof Judge of Probato for
Laurena County, died at bia homo, last
wook, of paralysis.
TV.? pleasing drama, "Among tho
Ilroakors," waa again rendorod hero last
week. Although this ia not tho Ural
timo our pooplo havo soon this oxocllont
play by Laurens Amatcurea, it was
greeted by a full houso and waa well
received. Mr. PAIIKS ia a success on
tho stage, and ail who participated sus
tained their parts woll.
Ro sure to attend tho Township moot
ing on Saturday. Delegates are to bo ap
pointed to tho County Convention and
tl Township organization effected. If
anything happons that you don't liko
and yon aro not tbero to seo, you can
only blame youisolf.
Put yourself on the record on Saturday
Drowned In Little River
On Monday afternoon, while several
little negro boys were bathing near the
(5. Ii. A S. Railroad trestle, in Llttlo
Rlvor, two of thom, by some moana be
came strangled, and on?! was drowned.
Rut for tho timely assistance of little
Badger Rowen, a 112 twelve year old atm
of Mi* Jua. ll Rowen, who happened to
bo standing near ami plunged in and res
cued ono by swimming to the Hank;
both would have boon nrowned.
Wo hod a very pleasant call, on Mon
day last from Rev. Robert 1?. .Smith,
President ol Clinton College. This insti
tution starts out in a manner highly com
mendable, and promises to become a
school of willoh Laurens County may
feeljuatly proud. President Smith ts an
oxperioneod instructor, and baa always
met w ith tho highest success. Clinton
College ia intended mainly for tho edu
cation of young men, but young ladies
who havo relatives or friend s In tho town
of Clinton, who can look over and caro
for them, aro allowed tho privileges of
tho class-room. Tho Courao of Study is
good and terms reasonable. For furthor
information see advertisement in an
A Grand Success.- Exciting Games.- Good
Peeling Pervalls An Honor to Lkurens.
Tho Oreat Rase Rall Tournament, whieh
lasted during, almost tho whole of last
week, was brought to aeloso on Friday
mat. Whatever may t>e ono'- VIOWH on
tho subject of R--H0 Rall, all aro forced to
admit that the Tournament waa a big
thing for Laurens.
Towns much larger than ours, w ld
have hesitated before undertaking auch
an onterprlso, but by good management
and a determined effort to show to tho
visitors tho utmost cordiality and opon
handed hospitality tho citizens of Lau
ron? have made the Tournament an bon-.
or to the town.
Evory ono appeared to enjoy this gala
week and we trust that thoso who woro
our guests, will long retain ploasant
memories of the occasion.
The first game arranged, was boweon
Union and Troy. Tho following was
the score by inning:
I 1 MM f ft
Troy ----80 1 1 4 00 0 a-ft
Unfon - -00001 1010- 8
This was a hotly contested game and
some beautiful plays woro mado on both
The tall and stately Harkness, of the
Troy'?, won tho unqualified endorse
ment of those present, as champion
pltehor of the Piedmont Section. With
Harkneaaln the box and Konnedy or
Wiseman to receivo lila curves, Troy
always fools confidont of v ietory.
Union certainly has a strong team,
"'nos Murphy makos no delay in send
ing the ball over home-plate and Hill
and Hunter aro roadv for them. Town
send la the right man for tho first baso.
Union boya, despite tho odds against
them, played with force and maintained
confidence in their plavers until the last.
The (?ame between Lau i ons and West
(lteenville, was not eo Rood but equally
aa hotly contested. At first lt seemed
that Laurens would have a walk-over,
but, on the hrmio-strelon (Jroenflllo
* bowed unusual pluck and good playing,
?coring seven runs on the ninth Inning.
Laurens bas undoubtedly an excellent
?earp. Th?brilliant plays of Sherardwere
All of our boya worked bard and inado
??i excellent record*
SCORE ii Y IN NI NON.
ban rona 2 0 0 2 7 0 0 1 '2-14
flrcunvillo. 0 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 7-13
On Wednesday morning Antioch and
Troy OCOUpled tho Diamond. Antioch
wont to tho bat ami played poorly, while
Troy .showed up strong as usual.
Antioch is a strong niuo seems but
to bc somewhat 111 need of practice.
BCOBK BY 1NNINUS.
Antioch 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0-7
Troy 0 4 3 3 113 0 ?-15
lu the afternoon game,between Union
ami Laurens, Union played hard from
thejump und Lauretta did good work.
BOO RB BV IN NI NOS.
Union. ... 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2- 0
Laurens, 3 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 *- 7
We have boon unablo to obtain tho
?coro by Innings of all tho games.
As tho championship Boomed to de
pend on tho gamo between Troy and
Laurens, this gamo excited unusual in
terest. Itwascallod on tho 8th inning
on account of darkness. Tho score by
Laurens, 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2-8
Troy, ... 0 4 0 0 4 0 0 0-8
Mis? CARRIE BOTO, of clio, la visiting
Ohlef Justleo SIMPSON and family aro
iii town. .
Mr. H. M. Dono and family visited
this place last week.
Mr. Wm. Kollcy of Union Co, is spend
ing some time in town.
\\ . J. Mooni:, Esq., of Cokesbury,
vlsitod this place last woek.
Miss CORRINE ANDERSON, of Water
loo, la visiting relatives In town.
Miss MAMU: PBROUBON' of Clinton, la
visiting Miss J BBS i H RICHARDSON.
Miss LUCIA KNOX and Mrs. Dr. SlMP
TON are visiting at Dr. J. I\ SIMPSON'S.
Miss Lou BRAKBALR, of Greenville, la
spending somo time with Miss BURN
Mr. Wost L. Harris of Orlando Fla, is
spending the smmer with his relatives
Dr. Witherspoon of New Orleans, will
deliver a loctnro nt this place on Thurs
Editor PlLORAM, of the Woodruff
Progresa, spout savors! ?lava in town
during tho tournament.
Col. and Mra. T. II. Crews, Col. RC.
Watts, and Mr. W. W. Hall will attend
the Preas Association, and enjoy tho ex
cursion glvon that body to Washington
Tho serious sickness, so prevalent
hero a abort time since, hos aubaided
and goueral health is now good.
There ls a larger number of absentees
from our town this summer than usual.
Besides tho pupils In tho college, who
aro bonding, and have gone home to
spend vacation, and tho children of the
orphanage, who aro allowed to visit
friends and relatvea, lhere aro a large
nun.ber of others pernuna absent.
Mr. Jacob's whole family ar?? absent,
and will be during tho summer; Prof.
Darns is spending his vacation in Cam
den ; Tres. Smith's family ar?' at Bold
ville, while he is canvassing in tho inter
est of th?> eolloge.
Mrs. Liddle and daughter aro visiting
friends in Alabama.
Mrs Dr. Shand and little ?laughter,
Minnie, are with Miss Louds Copoland,
spending the summer in the mountains
of North Carolina.
Mr. H. IL Met 'rarv ami little son, I
Frank, aro at Cokesbury; tho Misses
Prince are at tholr home in Choraw;
Miss <filmer's .summer homo is Alsp"
Creek, Tenn., ami Mr. It. S.Thompson's
family will spend the summer in Wal
Our young friend Maso L. Copeland ls
at homo from the South Carolina Unl
VOrslty, where ho has boen attending
n course in tho study of Coke nml Black
Unelo Not Oreen showed tho drat cot
ton bloom, on tho28th of June. Our old
Uncle baa a nico crop.
Mr. M. H. Rally, Secretary and Trea
surer of tho C.. O. A A. K. lt., has been
inatruetotl by president Mills to collect
a small per cont, of tho capital stock, for
the purposo of defraying tho oxpensos of
a survoy of tho road. Capt. Dwight, a
moat competent civil-engineer, has been
employed, and tho work will so?m be
Your Clinton correspondent begs par
don of Misses. Lizzie Reil, of Duncans
Crook; Mamie Boll, of Hopowell) Min?
nie Copeland, of Roynosai Lizzie Koblo,
?>f Newberry; and Fannie Rrigga, of Mob
lotion; for having failed to atato that
they tubbul no little to tho attractiveness
?>f thoCommeneemont weok.
(ion. Prince, V ho dell vorod the addross
at Clinton, ia a ,-rominent member of
the Choraw liar, and withall, ia a gen
tleman of unusual worth, both AH to In
telligence and modesty. Perhaps "Jon"
cnn now trace the relationship.
Mr. A. N. Hays of Montlea, ami Misa.
Maggie Adair, of this place, wero mar
ried a few days ago.
Mrs. Smith and daughter, of Picken*
C. H. aro visiting rolatives and friends
at this placo
Mrs. Seymoure, has gone to visit her
son, at Bradloy.
Mr. L. M. O'dell baa seventy-flvo aores
of cotton, knoe-hlgh, that will make |
nothing preventing, a bale to the aero.
Mr. John Harris is, at this writing,
very low and not oxpected to live.
Mrs. Let tia Wileuttis visiting hor son,
Dr. I* F. Wllcutt.
Mt ?Trank Smith has on exhibition
one of the strangest froaks of nature
that has ever been aeon In this part or
ibo country, In the shape of a double
headed cat, which has two per
fect heads, four eyes, four oars and
two noses all perfectly formed, which he
taken great pleasure in showing to bia
Two of our old fm mer? went out a bee
tree hunting, not long since and report
ed that they found seven In one evert
ing and if lt lied not rained they would
have fonnd eight.
Throe of the "awoetcat girls'' In Cross
Hill, attended preaching al this plar< on
HAMB VON SMASH.
We notloe our County Commissioners
in this community this weok. They
wore on official business.
Wo attended o Bnnday-sohool celebra
tion and mass-raoeUng at Union Church
last Sunday, July 4th. Five BOllOOls
Weare having some nice weather now
ami farm?rs aro makin"; good uso of
their tims. Thoro is a groat deal of
grass, hut with good weather WO think
tho farmers will pull through all right.
Tho mooting was oallod to order hy W.
P. Culbertson, Superintendant of Union
ami Centorvlllo Schools, who delivered
tho welcome address. Tho responso
was ?Ivon l>v Mr. Maned Ow inga, of
thc Hooky Mount School. Tho mooting
was then addressed by tho following:
ManOll OwingS, Of Rooky Mount; Mur
phy Hoper, of Conter Point; J. H. Wat
kins, of Centorville; J, ll. EUodge, of
Union) J. A. Culbertson, of Center
Point; s. M. Cooper, of Hooky Mount;
Y. J, Cooper anil .lohn Wolff, of Centor
vlllo. Tho mooting was furnishod HO mo
excellent vocal music, load hy Mr. ().
W. Culbertson. A very pleasant, and
wo think, a profitably day, was sped,
and all present scorned to enjoy it.
Miss Tishie Merriman is visiting her
unelo, Mr. Jool McDantol.
Miss Martie Culbertson is visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. T. Culbertson.
Thoro is a groat doal of wheat sprout
ing In tho Hold, and oats aro badly dam
Mr. Foster Hipp has boon quito sick
and has hoon for some time, hut is
thought to bo Improving,
Farmers aro yoi busy with (?on tireen,
hut I think it few moro da v s of sunshine
will make thom como out conquerors.
Tho bridgo across tho North prong of
Rabo n's Cr? ok, known as MeNieco's
bridge, was let on tho 7th, Mr. Brad
lloyd was tho contractor; also tho ono
nt McDaniel's Mill, on tho 8th., Mr.
Wado Henderson contractor.
Tho latest sensation in this section
wns i nusod by finding a hog who had
committed suicide. Tho hog was found
hanging in a tree, by tho head, som?
ftvo or six foot high. Sonto thought tho
hog hud climbed tho tree to koop from
hoing drowned, and sonic thought lt
had climbed the tree to koop from being
fourni bv tho owner, while others
thought it hud gone down to tho bottoms
and Hoeing tho corn all washed away
and no prospects for food next your,
had hanged itself.
Wo aro having plenty of rain.
Willis Dendy died on tho .td inst., of
paralysis. Ho was a good farmer, a
good citizen and a good neighbor. Ho
was about ":i yours ol ago.
During nu eastern gale, a few days
since, tho chimney of tho residence of
M. T. Simpson was blown down. Mr.
Simson ?ml his wife wore badly bot herod
to keep their household goods out of the
Tho Farmers' Central Club held a
molding rind tho 3d und elected delegates
to t ho convention on tho Oth. Tho son
tlmont of the meeting was doeidedetlly
opposed to nominating or suggesting
Tho domoeratie party wns duly or- ?
ga ni ced on tho 31 inst., the proper ofti
cer wore duly elected and delegates
woro eloetcd to tho County Convention,
to bo held on tho 28th inst.
Dr. E. M. Caine, Director of tho A., O.
A e. H. H., made a statoment to tho i
people assembled at tho domoeratie
meeting, in which he expressed groat
conlhl once Ul the speedy building of the
road, ami pledged himself lo do all in
his power to secure the location of tho
route through Cross Hill and give usn
MT. G A LL AGU HR.
X. Y. Z.
Misses. Maggie and Sallie Smith nt
tended Presbytery, held at Waterloo on
tho fourth day of July.
Dr. (?roer, of Due Wost, will preach
for js on the fourth Sunday ut Kings
Chappel, All who eon should attenod,
tlioy will hoar something grand?
Wo seo people living In a half-mile of
H mill going a distance of about ten
miles to got grinding dono, and all this
trouble for tho want of a crossing.
Mr. J. M. ('lardy a successful cotton
farmers Of this section, has on hand sev
eral norcs of very fine Tobacco. It seems
that ho understands tho cultivation ot
tobacco ns well as cotton.
A few days ago wo hoard Homo farmers
talking about tho grain hoing loft in tho
liohl during tho recent ruins, and whoth
or it was damaged or not. Ono ro
mnrked that his was tining very well,
it had geno io growing again.
After tWO weeks vacation, Prof, Mc
Klroy took up his Hcliool on tho tilth,
tlic boys wore glati to got started to
school again: tho oltl men know how to
make uno of them In tho harvest Held
during their vacation.
POW KR P. O.
Harmony pulpit wns flllod on Sunday
by Hov. H. L, Knight.
Mr. Jellie Howland and family spent
the day hore tills wook.
Messrs. Charles Hobo and Robert IIol
lams, of i ? reen v Hie, are visiting relatives
Misses Eui Power and Mary Stoddard
bavo been sick for the past few wcoks
with chills a ul fover.
Our young folks aro looking forward
with much delight to tho picnic <t Der
ron, Satirtlay, July 10th.
Miss Eva Khlght, of Union, who lins
I.II visiting thu family of Dr. H. S.
Knight, left for (treenv.nie a few days
Mr. and Mrs. I* I>. Powor returned
from Maddons' this morning? where
they had gond to noo their father, Mr. W.
H. Langston, who still continuos very ill.
It was eur plc;ism e to attend tho p?e
nlo and school exhibition at Fountain
Inn, on Frida/ last. Wo bad no concep
tion of whet a grand treat there was In
?tore for us. It hos been, decidedly the
most enjoyable affair of the season. The
teachers of the High Behool, truly des
uh credit, for Ibo care Ink'Mi hi
drilling tho pupils, who performed adml
rably, thoir parts in tho different play?.
We luivo HOCH quito a number of
Greenville people pass through her? on
their way to Laurena, to attend tho Huso
Corn and tomatoes, tho most popular
vegetables, aro now seen on tho tables.
Tho Power Academy will closo (D. V.)
August 1st, for a fow weeks vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Walook, of fountain Inn
wore here, this week, on a visit to Mrs.
CARD OF THANK;..
Mu. I'niroii: Please allow us the
privilege of expressing through your
columns thc thanks 'd' our Base Hall
Nine to the Laurens Itaso Ral' Associa
tion (ami to her most hospitable citi
zens) for their kindness and hospitality
towal (ls US, while on our visit to Lau
rens, in attendance to tho Hase Hall
Tournament, willoh will always cause a
feeling of gratitude in our hearts.
UNION HASE BALL NINE.
Oreonville Farmers" Ticket.
Thc Partners Convention is opposed to
making nominations except hy means
of tho primary, but they have plaeod tho
following ticket in tho field.
Our Standard-bearer for Con
gress, Orain and Crapes.
For Oovornor,Diversified Crops.
For Lieutnant Qovorner, Home
Raised stock and Supplies.
For Secretary of Stae, Domestic
For Attorney Cenoral, Economy
and patient Industry.
For Comptroller General, Free
dom from Debt.
For State Superintendent of Edu
cation, Happiness at Home.
-To obtain money to carry on a
war against tim Indians, Gov. West
of South Carolina, in 1680, offered
a prize for every Indian captive,
and then sold all who were brought
in to West-Indian slave dealers,
who again disposed of them protlt
able to West-Indian planters.
-An immense multitude asscm
setnbled at the station to bid Glad
stone Godspeed In bis Scotch cam
paign. He was greeted by enthu
siastic crowds all along the line,
and was received in Fd in burgh by
Down in Front!
This is tho slogan of tho day, as it ap
plies to the myriads of vilo compounds
offorod tho public as remedies. The
manufactories of these hottled health
destroyers know US lunch uootit the art
of compounding tnodiclnes as a new horn
halie does of the double rule of three.
Avoid all the "Tonics" "Hitters" ifce.,
that are compounded of mean, doath
dealing whiskey, nod are no medicines
at all, uso an article of morit and reputa
IM:i.HAMS Cnn,!, AND AOOK Sect nc,
is known all over Laurens County, and
out ol'it ait a reinedv for every form of
malaria, ('hills and Fever A<\ Hvory
hod y uses it. For sale l?y H, I". Posey
and J, K Wilkes, Laurens; IL Y. Vance,
Clinton; dray A- Sullivan, llorroh's;
Sullivan it Milam, M t. Callender; .1. IL
Crisp A Co., domville; Culbertson A
To the White Teachers of Laur
Your attention is hereby called
to the fact that the State Normal
li<-tillite for White Teachers will
bold it's seventh annual Session,
lasting four weeks, nt Greenville
City, to begin onthc.'lrd, ol' August,
for a fuller statement of which you
are referred to the subjoined circu
lar of the State Superintendent of
Education, you will also perceive
that it is expOCtod of me as School
Commissioner of this conn ty to urge
upon you the importance of ?it tend
ing said Institute. To the earnest
and progressive teachers of this
count/, I think tin* circular refer
red to presents sufficient attractive- j
ness, tv) guarantee their attendance
If it oe within the range of possi
bility. Tho ordinary amount of
pride which prompted you to select
and still pursue the nobb; profes
sion of teaching, accompanied by
an appreciation of the responsibili
ty attaching to the same, in its re
lation to the mental, physical, and
spiritual training of the children,
ami youths committed to your care,
will certainly Inspiro you seizo any
and every such privilege, if by do
ing so you may reach higher at
tainments In your most useful and
honored avocation. The faculty
of this Institute having been care
fully selected by our Superintend
ent, each with a view to competen
cy and fitness for the particular
branch of study assigned, tim time
Of special preparation for the work
being allowed, will enable each
member of the faculty properly real
izing the responsibility to so famil
iarize himself with the theme which
be represents, ns to gi ve to teachers
satisfactory conception of his mean
ing, at least. Having the benefit
of these thoughtful lectures and
illustrations, you could take notes
and by a careful consideration, or
comparison, of these with your own
experience and methods, you may
be enabled to congratulate yourself ?
upon reaching moro satisfactory |
conclusions, and thus stimulated
and encouraged, bound forward
with new energy to grapple with
your ?Mife's work." And lastly, I
appeal to you as citizens of Lau
rens County. While other coun
ties are aspiring to elevate their
standard of education, through the
thoroughness and proficiency of
their teachers, upon you, and each
one of you devolves the responsi
bility of uplifting the educational
standard of Laurens County. What
response will you give to th?' propo
sition, viz: What position lu this
regard shall Laurens County occu
py on tho roll of counties? Thb
appeal extends to the patrons ot
school and tho friends of education
throughout the county, and you
are hereby earnestly urged to en
courage to your utmost your own
teachers and the teachers of your
county to atti i <l this school for tho
teachers, and if my promise ls
worth anything, lt is freely given
that you will never regret lt. Ral
ly then, teachers, and t ry the clmap
board and invigorating air of tho
.Mountain City, after u cheap ride
on the new R. H.
If teachers Vfho determine Io ut
jVEHISSr^S JAS. J>
You ar? lier? ro^
rene, for -tri? Sale
"Yon can guara
aware triat, we x
l?.?t, for style cLur
We offer these
anu will be please
tend tlic Institute will inform ino,
I will try to make arrangements
with tho Laurens & Greenville
Un i I road.
In conclusion you aro referred
to the subjoined circular for rates
of travel and board.
ft. S. fi KIFFIN,
OFFICE OF STATE SUPERINTEND
ENT OF EDUCATION,
COI. DI Hi A, S. C., June 21,'80.
The Seventh Annual Session of
the State Normal Institute for
White Teachers will he held in
fi reen ville, S. C., beginning August
Jul, and continuing four weeks.
The work w ill he conducted under
the immediate supervision of the
Superintendent of Education.
Prof. A. .1. Kickoff, New York,
Pedagogics, School Management
Mrs. A. J. Kickoff, New York,
English Grammar and Composi
tion, Methods of Teaching.
Prof. h. It. Klemm, Hamilton,O.,
History, Oleography, Methods of
Prof. J. C. Lynes, York ville, S. C.,
Natural Science, Methods of Teach
Miss Callie Haynes, Greenville,
S. C., Physiology ami Hygiene.
W. I). Mayfield, ( ? reen ville, S. C.,
Secretary ami Lyorarian.
Board is offered at prices vary
ing from $10.00 to $20.00 for the
four weeks, und may bo secured in
advance by corresponding with
KAI i.KOA o RATES OK TRAVEL.
-Reduced rates of travel have
been offered hy the Railroads in
the State on the following terms:
Columbia A Greenville Railroad
und leased lines: Full first-class
fare going, return free on present
ing to Conductors certificates from
this office. Greenwood, Laurens
& Spartanburg Railroad, Atlantic
Coast Line (except from Charles
ton): Regular fare going, return at
rate of one cent per mile; certifi
cate of attendance from this office
to entitle teachers to purchase
tickets at rate named.
The beauty and healthful sur
roundings of tho location; the
strength of the Facility, (composed
as it ls of ma?'y who stand in the
front rank of successful, practical
teachers); the cheap rates of
travel and hoard; all combine to
make this session of the Institute
unusually beneficial and attractive.
School Commissioners are earnest
ly requested ,to urge upon the
teachers of their respective Coun
ties tho Importance of attending
the Institute, and to allon! them i
all needed information and facili
ties for doing so.
State Supt. Education, S. C.
Democracy In Oconce.
The split In the Convention, call
ed recntly by County Chairman
'Thompson, threatens to h?ceme
serious. The ('mirier has this to
The clubs that withdrew will gain
larg . numbers of recruits from all
soldions of the county, and tho cam
paign will boone of uncommon In
terest, seasoned with great bitter
ness. Dr.Mullally bas been very
extreme In personal abuse,And tho
party attempting to carry him wiP
find u heavy load. His Influence
bas been withering to the religious
and moral Interest of the county;
notably in ttui downfall of Adger
Cidlege, and lt is a lamentable nils
fortune that the polities of tho coun
ty are to be tainted with thc hand
ling of this reverend gentlemen.
It might bo well to observo that
conspicuous muong Dr. Mullnlly*?
friends, also a member of hin club,
was NV II Staunton, of Seneca, nn
open and avowed Republican, who
was honest enough to own it, and
who two years ago was a candidate
for State treasurer on tho State
ticket of the Republican-Greenback
Tho situation of affairs is assum
ing such a shape as will warrant
tho opinion that an interest will bo
taken in county politics never
ljSL?jLr?ris, S. O.,
i-. OiFtISirP ?Sc Oo.:
y a/ppoi^t?cl sole
B or-ttl? O?l*3"rora/L?
n.t.?? all sales, a.'
nalce ttl? "toest TOT.
.a.Toilit.y send finis]
excellent goods f(
id to quote terms
LAURENS, S. C.
Over 835 E
Meals furnished ?t all hour?, coi
cacica of the Reason. Everything ?ern JJ
HO pol I tost attention jr I von.
LARGEST AND CHEAPEN
Stock Burger, Prices L<
Carpets and House Furnishing
Moquet, Brussels, 8-Ply and Ingraii
Cloths, Window Shades, Wall Bap
Boles, Cocoa and Canton Mattings,
for samples and prices.
Mar. 21, 1880.-34_
T ll E B E N D E L L A
I bog to inform the puhlin that I am
jiroparcd t<> serve thom ?is Tonsonial Ar
tist, in HIV new (in.triers, under thc Bun
I). II. CA NTL Y.
MAGNOLIA PASSKNGKK ROUTH.
<;.. h. and A. A K. Kai I ways.
1 n Bfl'oct Jan. 31, ISSI.
Tinto 00th Meridian ann hoar alowor
than C. ?v <;. lt. u.
OOINO sot: ru DAILT.
heave Spart ?in lairg 3 nu j? m A 30 n m
" Moore :t 2A p in fl 28 :i m
Woodruff l (MI ji m 7 Iii ;i m
" Enoroo 4 20pm 7 40am
" < ?ra I to p m s 24 a in
" Laurens. 4 j) ni '.' Ill n in
" Ililli Point A 21 I? in !' AS :i m
" Waterloo r> Mil |> Ul IO 80 a Ul
" Coronaca A64 |> ni ll 0*2 II m
Arrive Greenwood 12 p m ll 30 a m
honvo ( Iroon
Wood I 4? a m ? 12 ?> ni 1 An p m
Arrive A n
gusta PA? a in il S> i> in 7 no p m
Arrive Atlanta 7 Oe a ni ft 40 |i in
Arrive Savannah 0 00 ll m I 12 ?> ni
Arrive Jacksonville 12 00am 10 30 pm
(lill NO .NoltTll l>A I I.V.
heave Atlanta S IA |> III
Leave Jaoksonville 2 30 p m
Leave Savannah 8 10 p ni
gusta 1 55 j) m rt 3? a m s oo a m
wood 7 0 A yt m 0 A2 a ni I on j> in
Leave Greenwood P.VJnni 1 SO p in
Arrive Coronaca lo 10a Ul U IS j> in
" Waterloo 10 :;o n in 2 AA p ni
II 111 gil Point lo 43 a ni 3 lil |i in
" Laurens ll lu a ni 8 AA p in
o ora ll 34 a Ul 4 3A |> m
" Kooree ii AO a m ft 17 j> m
M Woodruff 12 10 p in 5 A4 pm
" Moore 12 I!' p lil <> ll j? in
"Spartanhurg i 2ft j> m 7 40 j> m
R. T. CHARLTON, G. P. A.
J. N. DABS, Suji't, Augusta, l?a.
SOUTH CAROLINA BA 11.WA Y
COMMENCING: SUNDAY NOVEMREH 20.
ISSA, at 9.4A A. M., Paascugor Tra?na will
run as follows, "Esatorn timo:"
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
HAST ( OA I I.V.)
Depart Columbia 7 00 a ni 5 27 j> ni
hue Charleston ll 20 pill P00 pm
WRST (OA I I.V.)
Depart Charloaton 7 20 n m A IO J> m
Due Colombia 10 35 ?in 10 00 |> in
TO ANO FROM CAMDEN.
( KA HT (HAILY RtORlT SC N ny Y.)
T>op*t Col umhin 7 00 um A Oft j> m A 27 |) in
l>uo Camden 12 37 |? m 7 42 p m 7 12 p m
(WKsT DAILY BXORPT SUNDAY.)
l>ej>'t Camden 7 IA a m 7 a ni 3 IA j> m
Duo Coln mLia 10 20 u m IQ 89 a m 10 j> in
TO AND PROM AUGUSTA.
K A ST (HAILY.)
Deprrt Augusta7 45n in 4 40 ji 111 |03Ap ni
Duo ChnrloMtou 12 32 p in P 30 7 15 am
W KHT ( DA I LY.)
Depart Charleston 0 35 5 10 a ni 10 30 p m
Duo A u ?n st a 11 40 a m 10 20 p m 7 30 a m
Made at Columbia with Columbia mid
Greenville Railroad l>v train arriving st
10. 40 A. M. and departing at ft.'27 P. M.
AtColumhla Junction with C., C. A A
Railroad hy anni? train to nml/rom nil
point H on h'oth ronrls.
passenger* take ?upper nt Branch
At Charleston with steamer* for Now
York; and with steamer for Juckaon
ville mid points on St. John** Hirer,
Tuesday* and Saturday*} with (7>nrle?
ton unit Ka vannah Railroad m ami from
Suv nnah nndpolnta in Florida, dnlty.
Ocorjyrfii and 0
At A ri H ont? wit rom any point W
Railroads to and fckvllle to und M
and South. At UlaRallrond. Through
points on ltarnwoll ascd to alt peint?
ticket? cnn ho purohplylog to
South and Wo I ?yu j;
D Melli'K KN. Aif't. Columbi
Joan? ITt/lTt, 1888.
3 agents. ett, La/u.-"
3 tlael rp\T.lolioa, r fe
iggy in -ttl? mar
)r cash or on time,
BIF3 <&> CO
?si H tin g of nil tho substantials *nd*d?li
>ulouHly noat. thc liest or oidor kept, an
Vi HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
>wor tli a ii Ever We fore.
Goods, the largest Stock South,
i Carpets, Bugs, Mats and Crumb
ers,' Luce Curta?ne, Cornices and
Upholstery, Chromos. f&~ Write
G. BAILIE & SONS, Ag'ts.,
Ti t Broad St., Augusta, (ta.
G REEN VILLE & COLUMBIA
On amt aftor Jan. 10, 188*5, PannGiisar
1 Trains will run as herewith iiidioittedi
upon this road and Its branches.
Dally, except Sundays.
No. Kl l l* PASSENGER.
Leave Columbia C. ?Y (?. Depot 10 4.5 am
Arrive Alston ll 45 a m
" N v rry ia -e> p m
" N six 2 03 p m
I M or> p m
" I -J ll p ni
"i illo fe 26 p in
N ? OW
Leave (. ?ile 9 4? ? ?
Amit, H 08 w DI
l vi 17 p m
Nlnetv-Six 1 10 p rn
Now berry 3 ox p in
Alston 4 05 p ni
( 'oin rubin . l? p m
Leave 11 dena :t :v? p m
Arrlvoal Laurens f. ll. S 80 p in
Leave Lunkens C. II. RUO a m
A rrlve at 11 dena 11 oe a in
<i. lt. T ALCOTT, Sup I endent.
I). OAUDWKU,, A. <?. P. A.
Wilmington, Columbia und An gu nt a.
Honorai Passenger Department,
Coi.C SI Ol A, S. C., July H?, 1XK5.
M A I ia A N l> I .X I'llKSS.
South Haily. No.-I* Ko. 40.
Lea v.) Wilmington 8 lap in 10 10 pm
" Flemington ;? 12 p m ll 17 p in
.' M arion 11 M p m 12 40 a m
Arrive Florence ll 2ft p III 1 l.r> u in
" Sumter 4 34 ? m
" Columbia ti 4u a ui
North Haily Nu. 43 No. 47.
Leave (.'ol um hi a H?ftp m
Arrive Sumter ll ;">f> p in
Arrive Florence 4 IS p ui f> 07 a tn
Leave Marion 9 1 at p in 5 53 a m
" Flemington 7 02 pm 7 44 H m
Arrive Wilmington S M p IT) wK7 a 111
Charleston sad Columbia Spool al.
No. SK Ko. ft'2.
Leave Charleston 7 2&S Ul
A ri ive " t* :',0 p m
Arrive Columbia 10 55 a m
I .eave ** A 'J7 p m
T. M. KM Kit SON, C. P. A.
J. V. DANIS, <len'l. sup't.
c. M. SMITH, Agent,Columbia, H. C.
n?niLUna Klectrlo Corset?.
I S I nip :.. fl.- I" Ill"*, li. < ?? lill ll,. ,1,,. Ill H.
|N<>rf-k. i|uli'k t.-,|. 1. TVrrltorv ; 1M M.
jtST Si?u-.f?etlo.i taaranuv-il. Addn-?*
DR. 8COTT, U42 Broadway, NEW YORK*
HOLME'S SURE CURE,
MOUTH WASH AND DENTIFRICE*
Curos Blooding (Juma, ricers, Soru
Mouth, Sore Throat, domine? tho Tootlv
mu? Purities tho Breath. l'?ed and rec
ommended by loudbic dentist. Pro
pared by Hrs.* J. P, & VT. R. HOI.MKA,
Dentist, M noon, tin. For nulo bv all
ilrugKit and dentist, anti lu Laurens by
Dr. P. lt. CON NOK- !?!> ly.
WANTED-HOY X4^**T*"* ?.
?n 0I1I Arm. R.-torun??? h.iu'r^ Unnnni nHiyJ,
??ad noe?! MlMy. OAY * llAOft., M Barata? flCvYl.
NOT IO ID
THE building of a BRIDGE aero**
Kainui Creek, known as tho
MeNiece Bridge will be let to th?
lowest bidder o* the 7th day of Ja-*
ly next, at ll o'clock A. M. And the
McDaniel Bridge across Kuluin
Creek will be let to the lowest bid
der on the 8th day of daly, at ll
o'clock A. M., with tm? right ta re
ject or accept a*ny bfdV
J, W. L?TTL1S,
Cnn fr nm n P. O. O. I*. C.
June 10, 188? ift at
Sln.plMl. Mont Oi>r?ra>, lVonomloal ?art IVrtba*
In ii??-WMtifi na ?min; cl/-an?i ll t?*?y hit taut Kot.
THRESHING ENGINES 'AW
.av* XUU. and Mu4?ir4 lmi)lo?MUl?i
?rally. Sen?) int Uli>iitmc4 aUalbyuf.
A, 0. FAKOUHA