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LAtnUONH, July 21st, lss<i.
??ft?OGa? ana Special.^,
Cnndldntos, como out! Got your
linnie* before- the people.
Momo damage ls reported in the upper
por?!.ni of tim county, from hail.
A Hind-dog was kiliud on tho Hquuro
bv polloeuian Martin on Saturday.
Augusta ha? received the first halo of
Cotton over the narrow gugo.
Through train? are at last running
from Spurt an lui re, to Asheville, N. C. .
Throe boya wei*e arrested in a wator
timlon patch lu Georgia. Take warning
A glass bal) shooting match will take
placo lu Greenville during tho Tourna
Watermelons are now plentiful. J. R.
COOPKU ?V (Jo. got them hy th?' en.-loud
evory day or two.
I'nion has arranged a Base-ball Tourn
tmottt for August 8rd. Our boys will
Thc State Hoard of Equalization lum
rained tho value of real estate 20percent
in Newberry County.
"Thought for the month" and au ex
cellent ?tory of the lute war, makes this
number of thc AOVKUTISKH, particularly
If civilisation eoutlnnos (inward in its
mureil, we may yet see tho penally for
outing mw onions, as heavy ax for house
The AbbGVitlo ,1/Vr</iu/?i informs ns
that "a woman cannot love t< man with
her whole heart, she has to reserve a
little for the milliner."
In tho absence of the pastor, Kev. JAM.
A. HARMON preached in tho Methodist
Church on Inst Sunday. He will con
tinuo to hold services in this church (lu
ring the absoneoof Hov. G. T. HAHMOK.
Wo loam that tho negro, John Henson,
who Was tried and convicted of murder
In thia COUnty, last year but whoso sen
tence of death was commuted to life-long
imprisonment, dropped dead In the State
Penitentiary, a mw days ago.
Wo are indebted to Cadet N. S Harris
for un Invitation to attend the com
mencement exercises of tin? Citadel
Academy, beginning on July '?C. Kev.
A. G. Darby will preach the eommonco
ment aormon, Gon. Ell la in capers will
?leii\ er tho oration, and Gell. Johnson
ITagood will deliver mi address to the
We wore unable to attend tho Proa?
AiiKoi-i.it ion, on account of pressing blial
ne-ei. Wo trust tho "brethren11 enjoyed
tho meeting and the excursion arrailgod
for them. Wo congratulate President
McQWKKNY, who lins Peen so fortunate
as to maka the excursion also a bridal
tour. One by one ?mr bachelor ranks
uro being deserted. Never mind we'll
live in hope, anyway.
Hov. A. J. Witherspoon, l>. t>.. of Now
Orleans, who ?s known throughout tho
el* i ll zed world ns tho founder of tho cel
ebrated religions institution, tile object
?if Willoh ls to look after and care for tho
spiritual condition ?if the Hallora, known
aa the (Seaman's Bothel, delivered a lec
ture hero on Thursday evening.
Dr. Witherspoon ls traveling through
his nativo State delivering leoures and
endeavoring to arouse tho pooplo on the
importance of missionary work muong
this great ami aparontly, friendless class.
Ho gave a detailed account of the work
ing of tho Bothel and Homo of the won
derful results that it has been the means
of accomplishing. He ls peculiarly fit
ted for this work, ami his achlcvcinci.di
nro wonderful. His lecture waa well at
Hishop IloWR will make his annual
visit to tho Bpi scope I Chu rob at this
pince, on Tliosdvy the *J7th inst, and will
i. Sid BOrvtOO on that dav, at 10'i o'clock
A. M. nnd perhaps also nt night.
Th* Groonvlllo Tournament.
Thc young men of Greenville, who re
cently visited us, lt seems, have become
enthusiastic on the subject of Tourna
ments. They have lost no time in per
fecting arrangements for a sortes of
games of BOAO-bnlli to be played in that
-city, beginning on the 20th inst. Evorv
; bin" point . towards a grand occasion
In the mountain city. Laureas will
?cud a full delegation.
Another Landmark nour.
On Wednesday night last about 2
o'clock, tho alarm of Aro was sounded,
and it wan discovered to be in tho build
ing adjorning tho AUVKIITIHKU Office,
o upi- il hy Mr. A. M. Rosoli as a hoof
market nud Mr. T. C. Childrens and fam
ily. Thoflrooriginated int hodepartinont
uaed as a hoof-mnrkot, which hud boen
eloaed during tao day. Origin unkOWn.
Mr. Chtldross mid family lost every
thing, narrowly escaping with their
lives. A generous public has in some
deg re.? aided in repairing this severo loss
by contributing tolhoir present. noeos
Mltloft. Ile ls an old un Infirm man and
?Ooh a IOJM tn, indeed, sever? to him.
Tho building valued nt $1600, and
owned hy J. M . Robertson, was Insured
for $000. Mr. Roaell uni others lost
considerably, without any Insurance.
We leura that Mr. Robertson will not
rebuild, himself, but oilers tho lot for
?ale. Thisold wooden structure on North
Ka st corner of t lie public square, la one
of the fow buildings that have remained
to i ?-mlned us of tho dayn gone by. It
wan erected more than fifty years ago,
by John darlington and wu? first occu
pied by Capt. H. W. Sullivan, as n ?toro.
One by ono th?se old landmarks, (hat
have nerved to point back to the Laurena
of long ago, aro gradually disappearing
.nd In their stoad, stately structure? aro
oreetod, whloh point to tho Laurena of
Tho Firemen on thia occasion deservo
much ere ht for their prompt and efll
< lent std in preventing ? ?prend of tho
flames. But for their officient work and
tho timely assistance of the citizens,
probably one of tho moat dises trous or
all oliy fire? would to-day he recorded?
The Hook and Ladder boye, and espec
ially ''Chief," worked faithfully and
.fcount be rewarded hy a plneo where
in </. lodge (hf)r beautiful trin k. O|y0
lt w, *h? lti:r.
A Worthy Enterprise.
We OHH spoeinl attention to tho Lau
rens County Real Fatuto Agency, in nu
other column. This is a most worthy
ontcrpriMc and ono Willoh will ?lo much
towards building up the could ry, procur
ing homes fi.i* those socking small farms
ami facilitating the business of renting
proporty. In connection with this
Agency, OU em migration bureau Will bo
established and proporty controlled by
the Agency will be thoroughly advertised
not only in our own State, but through
out the North und Bust. Large planta
tions ha? o been placed in tholr hands
already and will be divided and Bold to
suit the purchaser.
Valuable water-powers also in tho ad
ler III Hg Counties are offered for salo and
advertised and we would advise all who
have proporty to sell, or have an Idea of
buying, to Call oil or address J, M|
Hampton, Manager, or J. C.(Jarlington,
Attorney, Lan rons C. H.,S. C.
Everyone knows, (ami espoo!ally those
acquainted with the details of the lato
Aro in our town), the value of a good
hook and ladder company. The citizens
of our town have placed a beautiful
Truck in tho hands of the young men
who compose this company. In order
to koop up snob an organisation, a cer
tain amount of pride on the part of the
individual members is necessary. This
is impossible ns long as this valuable
property Is allowed to remain on tin1
public square exposed to the weat her,
soon to decay and become worthless.
Wi' simply BUggOSt to our "city fath
ers," (hat with a small outlay of work in
enlarging the the arches nuder the Court
Hons*?, in rear of tho stops, so as to ad
mit the truck Into tho space now unoc
cupied, a convenient sholtei would bo
afforded without Injury to tho Court
House, either in appearance or other
The Democratlo Meeting.
On Saturday last the Hemocratsof titi?
Township assembled 111 tho Court House
for tho purpoao of organising and elect
ing delegates ti) the Cou ntv Convention
w hich will nsSomblo hero on tho 38th.
County Chairman Hall, called ! ho meet
lng to order and read tho "all. The
names of 7.) members were enrolled and
the club proceeded to perfect an organi
zation by electing Dr. Williams Wright
President ; and Capt. Dial and James
Doll, Vice Presidents, Col. H. V. Simp
son, Secretary, S. I), darlington, Treas
uer. The following delegates woro
elected to represent the township in the
County Convention. Jas. Hell, W. J.
Copeland, Albert, Dial. W. A. Watts, O.
W. Shell, J. t\ Kauingo, W. 1*. O ray, W.
L. Cunningham, A. II. Martin.
The Tow nship Executive Conilllitto
consist? ol'Col. J. Washington Walts,
H. W. Hall, D. L. Anderson. J. A. Darks
dale, J. H. Sullivan, Co. T. lt. Crews
was elected a member of the ExOClllivu
Coimnttto from this Township.
Col. Jai es Farrow offered the follow
ttCAolved, 1. That while Manufactures
and Commerce arc essential to a pros
perous State, there cannot be ?nv true
prosperity unless fully shared by tho
\l. That as contributor v lo such pros
perity ami in relief of Hie Agricultural
Interests, there should be ajudlcloUH re
trenchment in both state ami Federal
Covern monts, as far as would bc consis
tent with a proper administration ortho
:t. That us intelligence ls a condition
precedent lo any enduring prosperity
the Educational System of tho Stale
ought to he preserved with such ad it lons
as would provide a College of Farming
upon a llrst-eblKS scale under sale and
J lld ic iou s regula tiona,
4. That the Wiso and patriotic course
of President Clovobin I In his splendid
enforcement nf (ho Don.ralle Prin
ciple thuUpuhllc ellice is a public trust
commands our highest admiration ami
revives our hope and bel iel't hat Under
a Democratic rule, we may yet seo all
sectional feeling extinguished, and ho
able once Inore to teach our children lo
lovoillld honor our National < hive rn ment
as t he ton ulai ii of J ust iee and tho pro
tector of our rights.
?5. Thal experience shows that under
any grievances, there is no advantage
tobe gained by attempting tn atl'oct any
reformation outside of tile Democratic
Itarty, and, that in proportion as we
nive strayed from tho Homoerotic party
in tho samo proportion have wo encoun
tered clangor und disaster.
li. That the adoption of any Constitu
tional Proviso pox ?ding ' for any
class of Qovoruiuont olliolals to lie
created, otherwise than bx- Flec
tion by 0 majority of the whola people
would boin conflict with the priuoiplosof
Democracy, without precedent in history
opposed to sound principles of political
philosophy and fraught xxith danger in
On motion of.Dr. A. c. Fidler, the
last of Ino Hi's.?Int ions, lo wit : No. (I
Hr. D. L. Anderson then moved to
consider thc Resolutions, as amended
yri>nli-ul Willoh motion xvas lost.
Tho question recuring upon tho Res
olutions as amended, to xvii: Nos. I, J,
3, I und .">, a.s n wholo, they were adop
ted, with only ona dissenting vote.
Dr. H. F. K: noon i. 'pent several dava
herc last week.
N. H. DIAL, Esq., and family are
spending some lime in the mountains.
Mr. AMAS KOCPKI., who has been on a
Wedding tour for several weeks, lias re
turned home With his bride.
Capt. J. D. BYRD nttondod the mooting
of the Statu Hoard of Kqualizal ion,
xx Inch met in Columbia a fexv days ago.
The beautiful and accomplished Miss
M 11.1.1:11, of Oroonvlllo, returned home
on Thursday Inst.
Mr. TlIOS. Mi iutAii, who luis boen for
some time xx lt li Mr, J. H. HKWMSY, in
thc tin business, hus gone to Inion.
Mr. J. Wir.MK JONES Slid his children
are visiting relatives in Spart ail Itrg city.
Miss HATTIE HOCK und To MM tx F.
JONES ure visiting at Cross Hill.
\V. H. UlOHKY, Esq., and family have
moved Into the residence near Mr.
I/OokWood's, un Laurel street.
Mr. .Ino J. Ridgway, Of tho Triangle
neighborhood, hus placed on our tnhle
the Dist full grown cotton boll of the
Miss Dla Cunningham, of Lisbon, s
visiting her brother W. L. Cunningham
of this plaeo.
Miss Maggie Redden, who hiv born
quite sick, WO are glad to state, ls some
better, at this time.
Miss (Tussle Henderson has returned
home, after awfick? visit With frionds, j
nenr Simpson's Mills.
Amnion Davenport says ho Ha* some
fine grnsn In his colton and th'nks he will
save seed from Mio host bunches.
J. W. McPherson ami Capt. ti. YV. L.
Tongue? have the best molasses cane
patidies WO h?ve seen.
Newton O'Doll says, if you want to
catch turtles, put your rabbit box in ll
creek where they use mid bait with a
rabbit. It is, he adds, best to kill t lie rab
bit before putting him in.
..lilli" can boast of his man that en i
shoot so well, but < 'enter Point can down
liim on eating. M r. lt. hired a man to tie
gi'dlll fol' him. I Io did very well until
?linner, when ho .soon put out of sight
eighteen potatoes, three plates of beans,
seven glasses of milk, two cakes of corn
bread,and biscuits wentfaster than three
girls could cook them tor thirty minutes.
M r. Wi!,!,I BT. 11 KNDIMISON, of St. Clair
Ala., ls visiting friends in tho County,
in the Mt. Pi?tinant section.
HANS VON SMASH.
There is some sickness in this section,
tllOUgh not Very severe, in the formol
colds and other light diseases.
Misses Lily ami Lula Downey, of
Simpson Mills, are visiting tho family
of Mr. W. I'. Culbertson, of Contorvlllo.
Messrs Downey A Hamilton aro going
tho rounds throshing tho little wheat
crop though they nay it is so .lorry they
cant make expenses.
Thoordlnuiico of baptism was admin
istered last Suday, at Union < 'burch, by
tho pastor, Rev. R. . Watson , being thc
second administration by him this year.
We an? having some dry, hot weather
now, which is very acceptable. Crop?
nie looking much better tlinn they did
two weeks ago. Some arc planting theil
bottoms again, hoping that if they di
not make hard corn, they will ut I cast
make rough food. We think this h
right, because everything Ih/it can hi
mude will lie needed.
Mr. baw blake, of Croon wood, in vis
liing friends at this place.
Mr. Smith (billin and doughier, w in
have been spending some time at thc
pince returned to their homo in Dickens
Col. .lohn Irby and Mr. Lewis Simp
k ins, of Laurens were in town last week
Col. II. I). Cunningham, ol Laurens, i
i spending some time with his brother H
Miss Hattie Pope, of ( J reen v i lie, is vis
it ing friends at Cross 11 ill.
liase Hall lever has struck this town
Plc ale to-day, oil Reedy River. Al
hands and the eoe dc gone.
' Crops in this section, considering thu
I we have had so nundi iain, are tookie
j well. Wheat is not turning out ns wei
1 ns expected: and in most eases grain 1
damaged from wot weather. Uphill
corn whore it has been worked, is as tin
as eau be. Cotton has bogil ll to put o
forms and I (hind with favorable se:
sons, I think WC will make II good ero]
Two gentlemen went fishing i< ir Cn
cy's bridge and caught mi eel, the mont
of which, was bearded with hooks. ( >i
sahl to the other; that that w as the vei
eel (hal ho had tried t<>. deb for thu l i
I thirty years and to h dd him. Abet
that lime three muscats ran out of i
in nilli, which seared them so much th;
ii gol nwav from t hem.
The ablive is vouchsafed for by Di
CIA N TON.
I . ?J."
i Mr. W. Dy rd Hourn was married i
eentlv to Mrs. Pauline Mei ?raw.
Rev. s. P. Kulten ls editor of O
Wont A y during tho al?sense of M
Mr. Jacobs' hoine address is i aro of ]
S. Dailey A" Sons, Rankers, Clinton,
c. Those who wish to communion
with him abroad, can do so in tho ca
ol Thos. < .nil; A Sons, London, Ruglan
Tl-.e farmers are brightening up a 1
(lo since the ruins have ceased, and :
t hough t he crop prospect is not brigl
lt is too soon io say w ith any degree
certainly what tlie cotton crop may i
Tho wood is smaller than usual at tl
season of tho year, but il is by far frc
of grass than it was this time last ye;
and with one month of favorable wc
Iber for maturing, may, and doh th
will make, an average yield. The en
on uplands is very tine. Tho tb rest
men aro out and report the grain as i
usually poor, with but few exceptions
Mrs. You, of Charleston, is mi a vi
to Hie family of Prof. Lee.
Mrs. A lice Sullivan and her li' tie on
of Sulliv an's Island, are spending soi
time with M. H. Peake; and Mrs. Tom
of the city by the sea, with her ch I hin
are boarding for the suminer with >
W. T. Vance.
Mrs. IL Y. Vaneo and littlodanght
Amelia, will spend the summer w
friends in Llncolnton and Mooresvi
Miss Carrie Roozer will spend I
summer in Walhalla with her sis!
M rs. Thompson.
limiter Township democratic club
gan i zed here on tho 17th lust., and ole
ed tho following named citizens to ri
resent tho club in the County Conv
Hon, willoh meets at the C. H., on
?Stil inst.: lion. W. A. Shand. D.
Little, Jas. S. Rlaloek, Robt. J. Co
land, S. W. Vance, (i. R. MeCrnrv, C
Worman, and Job J. Booton
Married* July 17th, by Rev. J.
Cooper, Dr. J. Martin to Miss Do
Mr. Roberts, better known ns ur
Hird, ls quite sick. He was striel
with paralysis of the throat on Hum
night Inst, and is in a critical eonditl
Ile has neither spoken nor swnllov
a iv thing since, und his ago will in
bia recovery doubtful.
Miss Mattie McDaniel, bas been t
for several dnys. Wo hopo she will 8
bo well nguiu.
Mrs. Corrie Willbims ls still very
w ith consumption, and has been slci<
some time and seems to he gradu
Wc were glad to see Mr. ,1. R. Coi
nt his old home lust Sunday, i'm
Jimmie i- nhs n\ s M elconiO In our nu
Mrs. IdaCooper wan baptized nt Union
Church ojtt laut Sunday, by Rov. K. C
Wutaon, pastor of that church.
What has become of all tho candidates?
I hAVti seen no account of any yet. ?Send
your V to TUM ADVKIITISBK, una let UM
know who you are.
farmers Oil tho OrOOk have planted
their bottoms all over again. They say
they will make feed if nothing else: but
I think If wo havo aluto Fall there will he
a groat ?leal of oom made, and It will ho
badly needed, lu this section anyway.
Crops are looking inuoh irater Hinco wo
have lind n week's sunshine, anil I think
with a plenty ol' sunshine and suitable
weather, we will make more cotton than
was thouidit would he made some time
Wo want n brldgo here across the
crook nt Culbcrtaons's old mill. I do
not think there is a bridge needed worse
anywhere in the County than boro. On
ly yesterday, I was on one side of thc
creek and thc hnttoau on the other and
a cow in tho colton on tho side that tho
boat was on, nnd no way to cross to run
her out, so 1 just hail to KO?! her eat.
Well, I toll you such isenongh t<> make
anybody say cuss words.
For Till! AnVKIITlSBR.
Young s Democratic Club.
Young's Democratic Club organ
I zed on last Saturday with the fol
lowing ollieers: (). (J. Thompson,
President; W. P. Harris, Vioo
President; Ahe Cook, J. A. Riddle,
\V. II. Drummond, Executive Com
mittee; C. lt. Wallace, M. A. Cox
and A, li. Stewart, on registration; I
J. C. Cox, P. It. Marter and John !
firovy, on campaign funds Porty
members being present. Tho fol
lowing resolutions were adopted:
1st. Thal WO recommend the
primary plan of nominating Legis
lators and County ollieers.
.Jud. That wo favor thc conven
tion plan for nominating Governor
and other Slate ollieers.
3d. That in person ol* Hon. W. II.
Perry the Stale ol" South Carolina
bas an abb'and vigilant ri presenta
tivo thoroughly identified willi the
interest of lils country, ami we do
hereby endorso hhs re-election to
the Congress of these United
The Club then adjourned to meet
on Saturday before the first Sun
day in August at - p. m.
O. G. THOM PSON,
J. WADI-: A X DI: USO N,
Scuftletown Township Demo
Tho citizens of Sou tue to wu Town*
ship met at Langston's Church, Ju
ly 17th, for thu purpose of reorgan
izing the Township Democratic
Club. The mooting was called to
j (?rder hy the former chairman, Dr. ?
l??. W. Dnvtill, and on motion of
; Capt. J. u. Byrd, Dr. a. W. Duvall ?
w as elected chairman,
j Alter enrolling tho names of all |
present, the following delegates
were elected to the County ( 'on von -
? timi : w. A. Mcclintock U. L.
Cleveland, .1. P.. Smith, J. S. Craig, !
J. D. Byrd, I!. I'. Blnkcly, <'. W.
I Duvall, L. s. Machray and c. < ?.
'l em ?del oil.
W. A. Met'lindie!; was recom
mended by the Club as a member
of the County [executive Commit
< )n motion, i; was resolved that
the proceedings of this meeting ho
j furnished tho County papers, with
request lo publish.
I Tlie Club then adjourned subject
I to the cali of tho chairman.
(;. w. DCVALL,
J. S. CUAJO, Sec'y.
Some Timely Suggestions from :
a Practical Partner.
(From tho Newberry Herald and .Vaux.)
PUMA KIA, S. C., July 12, 1880.
Mr. EDI rou: Thc gloomy outlook
of our farmers, induces ino to oder
some suggestions that will supply
the deficiency, to a certain extent in
j tho Stock feed, to enable us to tide
i ovef thc winter at least. Plant peas
! ami corn in stubble bottom and
. lands; manure the latter heavily
j ami work rapidly; when the former
: is rip", cut Off tho vines and save
them. Bo careful to notice tho corn
! and before frost comes cut and
I stuck in tito Held. The ears will
I make fair corn in this way, besides
the shucks, fodder and stalks w ill
make good food for cattle.
1 know of instances where corn
bas been drowned on bottom lands
tho stalks are allowed to stand ami
corn planted between each row,sav
ing the older corn lo cut down in
a week or two for forage.
Every available patch of grass
and rag or bog weed that follows
I small grain should be cut at the
I proper time and saved. The lat
: ter Should be cut before the 900(1
matures. All efforts should bo
mude to save every bundle ol' for
age. If the season continues, tho sec*
; conti cutting of clover will furnish
I au abundance of nutritious food.
TIKIS. W. HA PLOW AV.
Proverbs ot' thc Talmud.
I lave friends or die.
A woman spins and talks.
If your wife ls little, bend to her.
Among tho thorns the rose
A woman's w isdom is in tho spin
The myrtle muong tho tho thorns
is u myrtle still.
With ber foot in the graven wo
man clings to vanity.
Where cabbages are plentiful,
there take thom to market.
If your friend be deaf when you
call turn your back on bim.
Bo tho gont white, be the goat
black, so the gives good milk.
Ten measures of talk were sent
dow n from heaven, und a woman
n^LESSI^S JAS. .A
You eur? ln?r?To^
rems? for "tin? Sale
ITon. oan guara
awar? -triat, we r
3?.?-t, Tor style dur
We offer these
arm will be please
Thc suite Department of Agri
culturc has received many reports
ol diseased stock during tho past
season, and some of tho farmers
have asked for information regard
ing the appearance of the diseases!
O LAND Kit?.
Symptoms-Acute form, fever, ,
loss of appetite, running from the
nose el* a tliin sticky matter often
mixed with blood, ulcers in nose!
nnd sometimes the whole partition
is tilCOrntcd, the animal will then
breathe with groat difiiculty.
KA I .CK V.
Symptoms-Acute form, tho np.
pooranoo of small ?welllugs, known
as linds or huttons, which hurst und
contain matter of a highly con
tagious character. Those ulcers
may appear on any part of tho
animal and are extremely hard to
I lundie cautiously.-Report symp
toms and post mortem examina
tions if any, tn thc department, If
any you may have. 1 can thou
probably give it diagnosis of the
case. Tho period of incubation va
ries very much from direct inocu
lation, it may occur (tho disease)
from ;i few days to ns many as ten
days, or when the anima IH have Ween
mingling together, feeding Ollt of
the same box, or drinking out of
tin-same trough, the period may
extend from u few days to a- many
ti ; ( hlrty or forty. There aro case *
on record where the period of In
cubation has extended to mouths.
-('or. \I/(/UH(U Chronicle.
-A har and hillard-rooni Just
opened in lillfl'tllo under the title
of "The silv er Dollar," according to
the Courier of that city, has it<
floor studded willi silver dollars, a
gold douhle-ciigh forming the cen
ter of the contrail figuro both be
fore tho har and in the vestibule.
This veneering sums up $100, ami
2''0 of the coins hoar the nmoograms
-The city authorities of Ashville
yesterday decided to lia ve electric
lights, and closed a contract with
?1 Western linn for thirty lights,
twenty of them on towers 12? feet
high ami ethers on lower elevations.
-AHen (J. Thurman, dr., says that
there is no power on earth that
could ever get his father to accept
any political position.
A .Taokson, Mich., grocer has
$80,000 worth of unpaid account-,
which he is willing to sell for
One of the oldest, if not tho oldest
medical college of the world, is the
Medical School of tim Imperial
University of Japan.
.1,000 Acres of Farm Lands in the
Piedmont Section of South Caro
For Sale on Easy Terms.
HOM KS FOR THE HOM Iv
LANDS Foi: LABORERS!
BARGAINS IN MEAL ES
All persons who desire to buy or
sell Heal K-date of any kind will do
.well to call on
.1. .M. HAMPTON
or .i.e. OAKINGTON,
LAi;ni:xs c. H., s. c.
Laurens, ?S. O., ti
- CRISP <& Oo.:
7 a,-p-pointec3. sole
5 of-ttl? Oele"brate
ntee all sales, as
nake -Line loest, TOUL
.aToili"ty and flnisl:
excellent goods fe
?d to quote terms
LAURENS, 5" C,
( )\cr sys r>i
ft&~~ Meals furnished nt nil hours, rmi
cades of tho KONKOH. lOverythlng som pi
HO politest altcnl gi von.
LARGEST AN!) C?HKAPK8
Stock Largor, Prices Lo
Carpets and House Furnishing
Moquet, Brussels, si-Ply and Ingruir
Cloths, Wintlow Siindes, Wall Pnp<
Holes, Cocoa and railton .Matting-, 1
for samples and prices.
.1 A M KS
Mar. 'J I, issi;.-:', I_
CLINTON, s. C.
Full course ol' study ?ti Mathe
matics, Clnssics and Sciences; also
Preparatory Department. Kxpon
sos very reasonable. Next session
begins Sept. -JJ, Issi;.
For Cntnloguo or other In for nut -
' tion address
I HO IJ KPT P. SM ITU, A. M.,
i July li, IXHti lt
NOT I CE !
ALL < Ivorsoers of Publie I ! igh
wnys are hereby directed t<> <.:ill
out their bunds anti work c.nd put
said Public Highway- in ginni
traveling condition; a- from the
heavy rains said Highw ay - ure in
bini condition, and the Supervi
sors of each Township should hnvc
said Highways improved al us
earlv a time ns lltev well cnn.
J. W. LITT LC,
l'hm. H. n. < .
HOLME'S SURE CURE,
; Mot '111 WASH AND DKNTI KNICK.
?'ons lllccding Hums, floors, Sore
Mouth, Son Thront, Cleanses tho Tool li
' and Parities tho Drouth, faed toni roc
i oinmcndcd by leading dentist. Pre
i pared hv Drs.'J. P. A W. li HOLM es.
Dentist. Macon, Un. Por ?al? hy nil
. druggil tind dentist, und in Laurens hv
I Dr. V. !'.. CON NOK. 2ft ly. '
T ll 13 B E N I) K I. I. A
I hog to Inform the piddle that I am
pr. pareil (o servo them as To'.isonhd Ar
. list, lu tov new quarters, nu.1er the Don
I della llotol.
I ?. ll. CANTKY.
MAONOI.IA PASSKXOKU HUI lt:.
<;., h. and A. A K. ItaliWIIV.s.
lu liff oct Jim. '.I. issn,
'rime tiiili Merldhm tine hour slower
(him c. A <;. it. lt.
Leave Spa rt an lairg notipni ft nu it m
Moore ;t 2.? n m a Js ?i n,
Woodruff t Oil p in 7 kl II m
" Kuoreo I -o p m 7 Kl 11 III
< n a I In i m 8 JI it ni
" Laurens, I .">!. p in '.? Ill fi in
" High Point .> M p i H JW n m
" Waterloo .> I? pm IO lin n in
" Coronaen ."?.VI j? m ll a- a m
Arrive < ?reen .vinni U 12 p in ll'10 a 111
WOod 1 Li n 111 ?> 1- p ni I SO p m
gustii ti .v. p ni ti J. pm 7 on pm
Arrive Atlanta 7 no a m :> lo ?1 in
Arrive Havannah tl 00 nm 41*2 j> III
ArriveJiieksonvllle 12 00 am IO no pin
om No SOUTH I > \ I I. \ .
Leave Atlanta H IR p m
Leave Jaeksonvillo - no p m
Leave Sa van n a li S lop in
I .eave A 11
gusta I .Vi p 111 il :i"> a m S 00 a in
Arrive ( ; nen
wood 70ftnm 052am 100pm
? ,011 ve Greenwood llft'inm 1 vo p in
Arrive Coronaen to toa m ?lift pm
" Waterloo 10 80 a III 2 V? p m
Ililli l'oint 10 in a ni 8 10 p in
" Laurens ll loam ftftftpm
" Ora 11 a m I 9ft p in
" Rnoree 11 WI 11 m ."? 17 p m
" Wood ru IT 12 \\i p m ft ft4 p tn
" Moore 12 Vi p ni H ll j i in
"Spartanlmrg 1 2ft p in 7 40 |> III
K. T. i'll A NI .TON, c. p. \,
J. N, MASS, Hup't, Augusta, ?Ja,
lian? VT-tlTL, 1SB
agents. set, LJSLVV
> -ttae jp UL lo lio e. : e
ggy in the mar
>r cash or on time,
3Jt""* c?> CZ?CZ).
Hist lng ol' ?ll (ho substantial* ?nd dolf
iloiislv neat, the host or order kept, un
T I H lUSK IN GE< HiGIA,
WIT (hun ISvor Before.
(?00(1?, the Inrj?Ost Stuck South,
i Carpets, Rugs, .Mnts und Crumb
.rs, Loee Curtains, Cornices and
Upholstery, Chromos. Write
<;. li A I I.I K A SONS, Ag'ts.,
Ti I Hi?..ul st.. Augusta, ( ? H.
I (iRKKN VILLI-] ?V C< H.r.M 15I.V
On and arter .Inn. IO, iw,, Passenger
Trains will run as herewith indicated
upon this road and it-- hraneliea.
Daily, i seep! Mundilya.
No. r p PASSENGER.
Leave < 'oin nil>?a ( '. ?\. i.. Depot lo I", a II?
Arrive Alston ll i:, a m
N v 1 rry 112 ls p in
> Si x 2 u:l p m
" I :t Oft p ni
' 1 lllp in
? Hie 5 .'l? p in
I .> a\ .. ( piw 9 45 a na
A rids ,. 11 Oft a ia
Pi 17 [i ni
Min t v-Si .? I I" |> ni
New horrv .". o<? p ni
i '?il.hin fi p m
LA URIONS RAILROA I>.
Leave ll? lona 82 p ni
! Arrive ai 1 .ann us ( '. II. ll in p ni
Lei ve Laurens ? * - ll- S on a uv
Arris.. ul Helena ll OU a m
. lt. T.s l.' < ?Vt. supi endent.
p. t'Ait Dwi-: l.t.. A. <>. P. A.
I Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta,
lieneral Passenger Department,
l 'Ol.I'M 111 A . S. ? '., J ul v IP, ISN.",..
M Ul. A N H E.V CUBS*.
South Dally. N?>. IS No. 40.
I.eav,i Wilmington S lap in lt? 10 p ni
Flemington li I- p m ll ?7 p in
Marion 11 '?'?<> p ni 12 tn a in
Arrive Florence il -"?pm i 15 a ni
Suinter I '.I a III
i 'ohnehin ll to a in
North Dally No. C. No. IT.
Lea> i t 'oluuihia W 55 p rn
Arrive Slimier 11 :">.', j? m
Arrive Florence 15 p ni 507 a ni
Leave Marion 5li0pin .?.Viani
Flemington 7 02 pin Tila in
Arrive Willlliilgtoil s !W p ni !i ii" a ut
Charleston and Columbia Special.
Nu. .V! Ko. 52.
Leave < 'hurlo*!on 7 'S> n m
Arri? e " H Rd p m
Arrive Columbhi 10 55 a m
I ."..Ve " ."> 27 p III
T. M. E M ER.St ?N. v. P. A.
.:. i". D VNIS, (.len'l. SupM.
C. M . SMjTll, Agent. ( '''J^jJ1''^ s- r
SOUTH CAROLINA HA ll.WAV
COM l'A NY.
(' M.MBXCINu STN (?AV XoVUMjlKtl 'JO,
|Ss.*?, at U.45 \. M.. Passenger Trahis will
run as follows, "Eastern time:"
Tn AXD FROM CHAHLKSTOX.
li AST ( DAILY.)
Depart Columbia T im n .. .?27 pm
Due Charleston Halpin 1)00 pm
W BHT ( OA I I.V.)
Depart Charleston 7'20 a ni 5 10pm
Im.- Columbia 10315a tn pinn pm
TO WU F HOM ? A M l>K V.
(KAMT (OA1I.V KVeHl'T HVNhyV.)
I i. p'l I lolmubla T en am ? ii", p m ?fl p ni
I ?ii.- . 'aniden 12 :iT p m 7 12 p m T 42 p ni
(\\ 1-1 i>A 11.Y 1: M err SON OA V.)
Dep'l Camden T 15 a in 7 a ni .", 15 p in
IMIC Collin.I>ia In Jo a in In R5 ll in in p in
TO AN li FROM Al li! STA.
BAST i HA i bV.)
Deprrl Augusta 7 45n m I 40p m 10.15 p ut
Duet liarlestnn 12 .12 p m ;? 110 7 15 uni
W BHT ( I? V I I.V.)
h. part i 'hnrleatnn <> :i"> ."> 10 n m io ?to p m
I mc Augusta 11 40 n m lo 20 p in T 30 n m
CON N EOT ? ON H
Ma.i. it Columbia with Columbia ami
Oreen vi ile Hal I road liv t rain arri vi nu at
in. |0 A. M. mid departing Si ">.2T P. M.
At Columbia Junction withe, c. A A.
Hailroad by Hame train to mid from all
points .m both roads.
Passengers lake supper lit llrnnuh-.
At <'liarlest(ii) with steamers fdr New
York', anil willi steamer (Vir Jackson
ville ami pointe on St. John's Uiver,
Tuesdays an.I Sat urda vs; with Charles
ton and Savannah Itallroihl lo and fruin
Suv ininti midpoints in florida, dally,
1 ;> orgia and ('
At Augusta v ltroin i?ny point w
Ilillir i's to and fe|;ville to ?ml m
und Smith. A ! !l'aR?Hrf?pd. lit return
polution IS tir n wi il used to .di jiolniH
i|eki ; ; . in 'i<- pafhpb 'PK
-, '?II? h and We h.vSp
I?. Mi (H'tiKN. Ag't. OOtumbia. s.e.
H ni.s i>. I'KCK, ??eiiernl .Ml'ilKlfcr.
D. C, Alli n, J* lind Tickt t A"0nt,