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LAURENS, July 28, 188G.
.mSoGal an? Special.!*.
Thero aro 125 public schools in Lauron*
KlTortH oro being mudo to ro-oatabllsh
tho lu HHS hand.
A young lady wrapped up In herBolf
IN a dolleatc parcel.
If you want to rent, buy or sell a home,
eall on J. M. HAMPTON.
Whnt n oatr.Htrophol Only ono man
lu Lauren* wants office.
Laurena haH a very sober, moral and
upright act of young men.
Two eolorod lodges of Knights of La
bor have boon organized in Auguatn, Qa,
Another dog-fall-a? tho report from
Marshal MABTIN'H pistol reachod his
Our Baso Dull Niuo loft on Monday
laat for Greenville hy way of the G. A L.
Drug clerks tn Philadelphia have or
ganised a socloty to teach physicians
There will be no preaching at I.lttlo
River church, In this County, the drat
Sabbath In August.
A few more wo eka and clorks can re
member tho early closing movement as
a by-gono ploasure.
The mau who ia abovo his businoaa
and entrusts lt to anotner to manage,
soon ha? no husillos" *.o attend to.
Next week wo will give our readers
an excellent article on Dairy Farming,
.which is worthy of a caroful porusal.
Sovonteon hundrod watermolous
wero delivered In town on Fi iday last.
Twelvo hundred wcro shipped from
Tho friends of Col. JAB. H. RICE, of
Ninety-Six, aro urging hi? claims for
the position of State Superintendant of
Capt. ALRKIIT DIAL contemplates
building a residonce on tho lot noar tho
real lenee of N. H. DIAL, Esq., in the near
Mr. ALLAN, of tho China Storo, la soi
ling goods at cost. Wo regrot to learn
that he will moro to Spartanburg in u
By resolution of Lisbon Far mera, Club
Capt. lt. R. TILLMAN will deli vor au ad
dress at Laurena C. 31., on tho 10th day
It has been well said that no farmer
who buys oats, corn or wheat, as a rule,
. an kocp the sherill' away from tho door,
In the end.
Wo aro pained to rocord tho death of
Mr. SAMUEL L. PowKns, of thia County,
who died on the 26th inst, after a pro
Tho health of Laurens has been excep
tionally good this summer, hut that is
no reason why sanitary rulos should
not Ix? ohserved.
Oil July 21th, the Comptroller of Cur
rency authorised tho National Hank of
Laurens, N. C., to begin business with a
capital of $03,000.
Crops throughout the County have
somewhat improved during tho past
week, hut tho Indications still point be
low the average.
Tho Joint Summer Meoting of tho
Stato Agricultural and Mechanical So
ciety and tho Stato Orange, will meet In
Columbia on August Ith?
We leam that on Wednesday night
Mr. JOHN MILLS, of Lnuford Station,
.hot a negro while stealing his fruit.
The negro ls in a critical condition.
The Columbia Daily llccord outers up
on Its second year. Tho Record ls a llvo
paper and deserves tho support of the
people of Columbia. It ls an out-spoken,
newsy little daily.
We are authorized hy School Commis
sioner GRIFFIN to ?tato that "there will
be no Normal Iuntltuto held at Laurons
this summer, there being no funds in
Treasurer's ofllce foi that purpoae."
Wo call attention to the ordinanco of
tho To srn Council rotativo to beef, etc.,
As tho tax is now removed, farmers can
bring their cows, hogs, (?) etc., to toa n,
and get a fair price for them.
The young mon of tho Baptist Church
have organised an afternoon prnyor
meotlng, which promises to do much
good and ls well attended. Young mon
of other churches are cordially invited
A correspondent of tho Greenwood
7Vi&Mn?aays: All of the bridges in this
county built by Mr. MCKINLKY have
withstood the heavy Hoods, with hut
little damage. Ho certninly under
stands his buaiues*.
Capt. TILLMAN has declined to run for
office, but saya: "If the peoploof Rdge
fleld should ask me to sorve them, I
would consider it an honor to do ao, to
the boat of my ability ; but T must do
ellne to seek offloa of any kind." Bar
Mr. FRAN? N. ANDERSON, who repre
sents ANDERSON, BOYD A Co., selling
machinery, has had an unprecedented
"streak of luck" during the past fow
week?. Ile haa ?old sovoral thousand
dollar? worth o| machinery in New
berry and KdgeAeld Counties.
The telegraph Uno on tho G., L. A S.
Railroad is progressing satisfactorily.
The work of erecting peat? has reach nd
a point only a few miles from this city.
A car-load of wire WAS received here last
week. In a ?hort time this place will be
tn closer connection with the outside
world. Ulirrah for Dam-ens!
Dr. J. R. Ri I. KY, D. D., of Picken?, is
bronght forward by . prominent cltlten
of Central for the ofllce of School Com
missioner, ?nd he 1? strongly urged by
his friends to accept tho position. Cer
tain it ls that fow men in Flckens or any
other County have higher qualification
for thia office than Dr. Rn KY.
Visitors to Greenville doting the
Ba?? Ball Tournament, will And tho
verv mist accommodations st the River
wide HoUl. Tho enterprising proprietor
of thia excellent house has redueod the
f?r? to $1 00 par d?y for visitors to tho
Tournament. Reduced rates good from
Tuesday 27lh to Saturday Mst lilSl. Be
?Ufe to atop at the Riv er aldo.
"Threo Crushing Cuts" is tho w ay Mr.
JNO. D. SHKAHAN puts hin "ad" in this
week. He moans just what ho says, and
those of our readers desiring anything
in tho clothing lino, will do well to eall
and examino tho drives. Wo fool it will
uo to their interest, as tho House has
tho reputation of being abreast of tho
times in prices and quality? ,
Tho Laurens County Real Kstnto
Agency is now in full blast. Mr. Hamp
ton, tnanagor, informed tho Advortisnr
that his advertisement awoko tho poo
plo hud week, and several valuable tracts
oflandintho CQUIltY, besides desirable
residences, and store rooms lu town
havo boon placed in his hands. Ho says
ho Ands littlo trouble in disposing of
town property. Hovoral housos in Jor
Hoy woro ranted last week.
The following is tho Rchodulo of tho
Haso Hall games, to be playod at tho
Tuesday,Oa. m., Greonvillo and Groon
wood. At 4 p. m., Laurens and Honoa
Wodncsday, 9 a. m.,Laurons and Col
umbia. At 4 p. m., Oroonvillo and Ifonea
Thursday, 9a. m., Columbia and Green
wood. At 4 p m, Groonvllleand Laurena.
Friday, 9 am, Hones Path und Groen*
woori. At I p in, GroenviFo and Colu'bia
Thc Morning gamos, will be played on
tho Forman university lawn; tho after
neon, on Greenville military institute
Rev. J. Y.FAIU has received a call to
the Socond Presbyterian Church at
Charlotte, N. C. For the past sovoral
yoars ho has boon tho pastor of tho Pres
byterian Church ut this place, and has
eudearod himself to tho people of Lau
rens, of ovory denomination. Ile is tho
ablest ministor In the P.-:>sbytcry of
Enoree, and any congregations so for
tunato as to seeuro him as pastor, must
bo congratulated. Tho day will nevor
come, when tho labors of this good man
will bo forgotton tn Laure ns. Wo trust
that Mr. FAIR will decido to i -line tho
call, howover. Should ho loavo us, lt
will ho a matter of Ueopnst rogrot to tho
Since tho above was written ho an
nounced from tho pulpit, on lust Sab
bath, his intention to accept tho coll.
Ho left on Monday morning for several
days recreation, after which ho will
prooch at Charlotte during the month of
August, and if h's services aro satis
factory, his relation to this church will
Govornor THOMPSON before rotlring
from offlce commuted tho sentcneo of
M i M ON PASLKY, a negro boy who was
convicted of burglary in this Court in
1883 and sentenced to imprisonment for
Ufo, to fivo yoars lu tho penitentiary.
This boy was only 14 yours of ago. Ho
broko and ontcrcd tho dwelling of Mr.
W. R. CKIST, of Cross Hill. Wo remem
ihat this boy stated on tho trial thal ho
only wem into tho house to "git somo
cold vlttals." A strong petition signed
hy tho prosecutor and almost all tho
mon In tho vicinity of tho crlmo was
prosontod to tho Govornor.
Pr?sident Milner Re-elected.
Wo neglected to montion the fact last
wock, that Prof. R. W. M ILNKU has been
unanimously re-elected President of thc
Lauronsvillo Female Collogo. This is
but a Just compliment to this worthy
goutleman, and wo aro pleased to state
that tho oxoreisesof tho Collogo will
commence on September 13th 1886, undor
tho most nattering prospects. Prof.
Mll.NKB has done a great work for this
institution, and it ls hoped that the
patrons ami citizens will co-operate
with tho President and aid in bringing
that succoss which tho school so richly
desorves. A full corps of touchers in nil
departments will be present at tho opon
Ingofsohool. With additional plonsuro
wo noto that Mrs. JACKSON, the accom
plished teacher in art, will resumo her
chair. Lot everybody work for the good
of tho L. F. C.
Buy Tour Furniture Cheap.
MINTER <fc JAMIKSON'S Store ls the
placo to buy your Furniture Cheap.
They will soon havo in a car-load of
Furniture, boughtdiroet from tho manu
facturers, at lowest cash prices. They
will bo prepared to ?ell Furniture
cheapor than evor before, as they will
buy a groat deal of their Furniture
knocked down, thorohy saving a groat
deal In freights. They havo been in tito
Furniture business long enough to know
exactly whore to buy and what to buy.
They havo two largo store rooms be
sides their largo sample room, in which
to store their Furniture, for which they
do not have any rent to pay. If you
will call you will be convinced that they
can sell furniture as cheap If not cheaper
than any Furniture, house in the South.
Prof. EVANS and wife are visiting in
Marion, H. C.
Mr. J. A co. P>ARKSi>Ai,r. yiultod Char
leston last week.
Miss JCNO TAYLOR is visiting rela
tives In Prosperity.
Mr. A. L. ADAMH and family, of Troy,
are visiting in town.
Mr. WILL T. MILNER, of Georgia,
visited his brother, Prof. MILNER, last
Our estoemed friend WM. I>. HKWLKY,
and wife, of Union, visited his brother
at this place last weok.
Messrs. JNO. I). HIIRAIIAN and JA., A.
CRISP visited Savannah and othor < Jem
gin cities last weok.
Miss ROSA RIMPSON loft on Thursday
last for Portor Springs, Ga., whero she
will spend tho summor.
Rev. G. T. HARMON end wife, of Lau
tons, are visiting Prof. LIOON'S family.
Mr. J. I >u AT K RHRLL, of Trinity, Tex.,
son of Maj. J. WARREN SMELL, of our
town, Ison a visit to his parents.
Prof E. E. BRITTON, who has boon en
gagod in Normal School work In N. C.,
returned to this placo on Wednesday.
Mrs. J.E. Wu.ass spends the sum
mer in Port Jervis, N. Y. She loft on
Monday, and will be absent ihren
If rs. R. W. Mu.NEU and Min LUCI LS
SwiNm.au left on Monday last for West
Virginia, whero they will spend the
Messrs. ED. HITO RA V RS and W. J.
ll c.NT KU will open s dry-goods store,
Sept. 1st, in the building formerly occu
pied by Mr. J. M. Munrr.
Wa are glad to note that Capt. R. IL
HCDOENS, who has boon sick for some
weeks, ls sgain on the streets, much im
proved by his visit to Asheville.
Cant. II. L. F MI i.KV. of Spartsnburg,
-pent a fow days here lasi week. He
was summoned to the bedside of Col. It
P. Tonn, who has been In bru health tor
DORftOH P. O.
A good mnuy of the older mon ur lld?
County will romoniber "Miko" Thouip
Hon, who loft horo about forty yours ago,
and distinguished himself aaa lawyer, lu
On ono occasion, whilo "Mike" was
?lill in his minority, his father ?out him
to old Hamburg with a load of cotton.
On bis return, and just boforo reaching
homo, ho was hulled by an old gentleman,
who wanted to know what prieo bo hud
reeoivcd for his cotton. "I didn't Hell"
Mlko replied, "I couldn't got in the town
Hamburg was inundated."
"What" exclaimed tho old man, In as
tonishment, "burnt upi"
"No Sir," aald Miko, "flooded with
water." And then ho wont on, cursing
tho old man for his ignorance-.
I cannot attompt to give tho whole of
Mtko'fl essay on tho OCChSSton, but he
mudo lt very clear to himself and his
driver, that fooks In goneral,constituted
a draw-baok to tho progress of human
ity Infinitely grater than all other hin
drances combined. And I reckon thero
aro a great many people, ovon at this
day, will ngroo with Miko, us to tho cor
rectness of his conclusion.
Education and general progress hnvo
no tendency to diminish tho number of
fools in the world. In fact, of all tho
different kinds of foole, an educated fool
rn tho greatost boor. His education,
such ns it IH, gives him brass ami self
eonlidenco, and makes him Imagino that
ho is really a man of Sense, while
nothing would be farther from tho tritt h
AH 'ho poot has said:
"It is'nt all in bringing up,
I.ot folks say what thoy wi'.l;
To Hilvor scour a powter oup,
It will bo pewter still."
Thero is no other commodity in tho
world that is always presented in such
full stock and in'BUCK great variety. If
wo had an olllce in each county* for tho
enumeration and classification of fools,
tho incumbent would find it no slnc
curo. Thero is tho big fool and tho little
fool, tho silent fool und tho prating fool,
tho quarreling fool and tho laughing
fool, tbo pious fool and tho wicked fool
tho ?Iliterato fool ami tho educated fool,
und the doubla und twisted damphool,
As my friend Hob Bryson would say, I
imagino it must be very grinding ton
man of sense to bc compelled to pass 80
much of his time in the company ol
fools. But "aitch is lifo.
Mr. Robt. Mooro, ol' Tonuosuco, is
spending a low wooka with friends in
this community. Ito is a native of tim
County, but loft here and moved to th<
? Wost 46 yoar.H ago.
Cuelo Billy Hallams claims tho finest
held of cotton. Ho gavo mo a stalk t<
send to the Editor, bu,t I concluded lt
use it for tho purposo of grafting.
Capt. W. S. Pitts b>sl a mulo the othoi
W. I'. Turner lost a lino young mut
a short tim? ago.
I.m ia Madlien, daughter of Pat Mad
den bas beim quite sick at lier grand
mottler's, M ra. Mars- Miller.
Last woek ti storm of wind pnssod nea
Cross Hill, blowing down a good man
trees and doing considerable dnmngu t
growing corn. A larg?- tree was blow
on the s toro lieuse of O. L. Curter, muk
iug a bad hole in the roof and one side <
the house. Another tree was blown o
the carriage house, broakiug it dow
and smashing tho carriage, ?ml a sinu
eabl n on the name place wus blow n dov* i
Ho vend largo trees near tin; residence <
Dr. MeSwuin were uprooted, and n tr?:
near tho Presbyterian church wasstruc
by lightning. Wo are now having ?mn
mer weather ami tin; fanners are rnpidl
killing tho grass.
Saturday, tho 17th inst., was observe
by the Presbytartans at Liberty Spring
us Cblldrons' Day, and a largo oongn
gallon assembled. Some delightful mi
.lo by tho chlldron, lcd by Mrs. Hatti
Austin ut the organ, and somo admin
bio nddrcHHos by N. J. Holmes, KM?J
Hov. T. H. Craig and Hov. 8. P. PultOI
mudo up a very Interesting and onj<>:
able occasion. A very sumptuous un
varied dinner was spread in tho sh^??
under tho majestic oaks In tho chun
yard, and was much cujoyo?t by al
We obsorved a number of young gontl
men and ladies in the crowd iroin otb?
COinmunitiOS, but wo rofruin from moi
Honing names for four that our momoi
WOUld fail us, and we should thorol.
glvo ??flonco whoro nono is llltondo?
therefore, wo only say they woro a
Welcome, and wo trust their cntortub
ment, whilo hore, was so good RH to ii
duco thom all to repost their visit.
POWER P. O.
Mr?. CN. Power has ro?:ontly roo?dv<
u handsome organ, tho "Har State
Prof. It. H. Henry ls instructing li
childi n: in music.
Mr. Samuel Power and family, fro
Mississippi, aro here on a visit to thc
fathor. Thoy will spond sevoral wool
in South Carolina.
Messrs. Kobort Mooro and Andorsi
Arnold, from TOIIIIOHHCO and Misslssip]
aro -.pending some time lil this ueigbbc
Misses Hollah and Lizzie OwingH i
tended a wedding ro?optlon In Oreo
s i lb-, this week.
Tho Power Aea?lomv closoil for vat
Hon, on Friday lust. It will bo ro-opon
in a fow weeks.
Our young people aro having a g
time going to plc-nlc?. They ozpect
have a fino timo at Barkadalo's Stand I
Mossrs. Luke Power anding. Owln
have had tho first water-melons of t
Miss Williams ha? been visiting j
trons and frlcmls, during the past t'
Mts? Kulaba Cunningham, paid
short visit to ber parents at Mathieu
Tho protracted moot mg nt I ?er bin, ct
dueted by Ita*, lt. A. Blalook a
in i.itou-, ana Mr. Oravea L. Knlg
closod this week. We havo not 3
bonni the reault.
Wo have hean malting some Hmo I
the mall carrier to come. He has Ji
passed, was faat asleep and our Posim
ter had to send some one to wako bim,
he would havo gone on down to Mr. K
lott'*, and never hara stopped at t
Wo were glad to Kee Mr. K?ster Hipp
out at the mill yeHtorday. We hopo ho
will Huon he woll aguin.
Littlo A. lt. Wolff, son of Mr. ?nd Mrs,
John Wolff, lavery sick and ha? boen
for Homo tim?. We hopo tho Little fol
low will soon hn all right again. .
A littlo eleven months old son of Mr.
and Mrs Date Bolt, dlod on July 17th.
Tho bereft parents liavo our sympathy
in this their nillir! lon .
Mr. H. 1". M il;ui! and wife have gone
on a visit to Fairfield) to soo their pa
rents. Thoy Will ho geno several day?.
Mr. Ooorge McDaniel is stnying in tho
?toro during his absence.
Miss Idilio Downey visited Mis? ol
lto Cttlbortson ami Emma Kllcdgo, Mon
day 20tii, and we spout a pleasant after
noon bout-riding. Miss Idilio IM one of
those girls who mako over}ono around
her enjoy themselves.
ThoiO has been an impostor around
this section for somo time, passing for a
doctor by the name of Morris. He left a
few days ago, and tlds morning Mr.
Henderson Linly was aftor him for ob
taining inoiioy under false pretenses.
Morris is a colorod mau, who has boon
swindling the people lor some time, and
it is a wonder ho ho lins not boen takvn
up boforo now.
Wasn't that a powerful big sol away
down on Reedy River? l/mk hero now,
friend Hill, was that really un col, ora
floating mu o at-don.
WI I.II KI.M.
Some tims has elapsed nineo wo con
tributed our last mito to TllK ADVKR
Timm, a privilege willoh alfords no or
dinary dogroo of pleasuro, when busi
nusH is not too pressing and nows so
Wo, Uko other parts, had our share
of rain, although at prosont are getting
dry. Upland corn looks splendidly
and cotton is growing nicely.
Messrs. Hums and Shockley, from
Highland Home, are in our community
threshing, and seem to be doing a i?ood
Mr. John ii. Young, from Laurens, is
spending somo timo with relatives in
this community, und expects, ero long,
to leave for Tennessee, w hero we sin
cerely hopo im* heolth will be improved.
Tho community contemplate having
a barbecue on Saturday next, at Mr. C.
J. Workman's. We presume the can
didato; will bo on hand, if we have any.
Wo had a pleasant visit on Sat\ rday
last to Mr. llell's, the birth-place of Mr.
W. W. Kust, a poet which Laurens luis
lite honor to claim. Wo learn that tho
family have several of his finest poems
Which have never been published.
Mr. John Workman lias returned from
Alabama, and prefers "Homo Sweet
Homo" to anj other land.
Wo hear of Mr. It. Craig visiting/)'tends
iu this cominunity quito often.
Sullivan's Township Democratic
A Democratic Club was organ
ized in Sullivan Township, oil the
17th inst., by the election of H. W.
Will is, Chairman ; W. ' ?. Gambreil,
Secretary. The chairman stated
that tin' object of the melding was
to elect delegates to represent the
Township in the Democratic Con
vention to be held at Laurens C.
IL, on 2?th inst. The following
delegates wero elected: C. M. Sul
livan, T. L. Taylor, Ii. G. Mitchell,
li. Selber?, T. it. L. Wood, J. B.
Humbert, J. C. Hall, C. Lark, W.
The club elected W. (J. Gumbrell
as a member of the County Bxecu
There being no other business
before tho meeting, it adjourned
subject to the call of the president.
H. W. WI LL LS,
W. (f (J A MORELL, Sec'y.
Memorable Works of Man
The walls of Babylon wert? three
hundred and fifty feet high-slave
The highest pyramid in exis
tence is five hundred and twenty
feet in height.
The temple of Bolos at Babylon
ls said to have been six hundred
and sixty-six feet high.
St. Ivan's Tower, Moscow, and
the Chicago Board of Borard aro
three hundred feet high.
The highest monument in the
world is tlie Washington, five hun
dred and fifty-five feet in height.
The highest building in the
world is the spiro to St. Peter's
Church, Home, livo hundred and
Seekers for glacial wonders must
BOOQ find them on the continent.
Recent authorities say ISuropoaii
glaciers are fast wearing away.
The largest dynamo in the world
is being set up in Cleveland. Five
hundred horse-power will be re
quired to drive lt, ami its current
will furnish incandosdont lights of
about twenty thousand candle
I-tt is computed ?hat since the
Introduction of false teeth the ratio
of good looking women has in
creased <>0 per cent.
-A railroad man remarked tho
other day that no conductor earn
ing less thangoo can live a Chris?
-Put a man on his honor to pay
a debt and a gambler will pay as
promptly as anybody else.
KV ERY FORM OF MALARIA.
Surrender immediately to the th? in
vincible i einend v known all over Lau
em u w's CCRTAIK cm r.e. srr.ciKic.
Why sufforf Wbv looso all stroagth
and vitality, whon relief for mo tho small
sum of fd.OGf
fUr-'hiko nu snbsMt ute, don't bopor
suadod to buy anything In place of the
best medicine (,n earth for Lassitude,
Wenknoss, Chilla and Fever, Malarial
Heisings md similar maladies.
For salo hy H. F. Posey and Brother
and J. K Wilkes, Laurens; H. Y. Vance,
flinton; dray A Sullivan, Dorroh's;
Sullivan <t MlUm. Mt. Gallagher; J, H.
Crisp A Co., <.oldville; Culbertson A
To unload ba
Toouiglvt in -tTi? i
w? offer on is/LC
a.ncl as -w? "WSLI
f> Suits Cassimero, nil wool
$10.00, they cont un $14.20 per
off th os
ALL Ovorsoera of Public High
ways aro hereby directed to call
out their bands and work and put
said Publie Highways in good
traveling condition; as from the
heavy rains said Highways are in
bad condition, and the Supervi
sors of each Township should have
said Highways improved at as
early a time as they well can.
J. NV. LITTLE,
Chin. n. B. c.
CLINTON, H. C.
Pull course of study in Mathe?
unities, Classics and Sciences; also
Preparatory Department. Kxpon
ses very reasonable. Next session
begins Sept. 22, 1SH0.
Por Catalogue or other informa
KO IIP, KT P. SM ITU, A. M..
July ll, 1886 lt
Although there were son
this Space, for my Safety, I
yet in me, and, I am fvi
If you doubt Call at i
IN THE FOLLC
8 Fine French Diagonal and Won
ted Suits, Which I formerly sold at
?2S.0O now cut down to $20.00.
Also a Com pinte and Select
from $3 to,$15 per Suit, that ?
My Misfortune this season ce
that I will sell from 1 cents fol
oust'/iner, will give them away.
I Confess I need Money and
Please give me just one sh
if not happy.
JD. UVE. I=>
Under the Bi
lance of a biff
3-prirLg, from -tin.?
DISTID-A-Y JTJ3L.Y S
ti?y etr? a,ll QOOC
it -til? Room -t?as
, cut down to
ll Extra Cut-/
Lot, Wholesale 1
drs Kxtra Ponts, Different Stylos
kitfeh cost us from $1.14 to ?f R>.7 d?
i get them at 60 cents on tho 'D<
>. ID. SHEi
Over 835 B
CSt" Moala furnished at all hours, con
caeieM of tho BoaHon. Kvorythinn norup
a?, poUtewt attention given.
Laurens Co. Rea
Having established the above AK
ens Conn House, WO are preyared
re rage business
This week wo offer four valuable
Laurens and Waterloo Townships.
Five elegant residences In the To
Three Stoore Rooms tn tho Town
Town Lots unimproved Low Dow
Call for further particulars and s
or J. C. G ARLINGTON, Attorney
T ll K B K X 1) \? L L A
I beg to inform thc publie that I nm
prepared to nerve them ns TonHonial Ar
tist, in mv new quarters, under the lion*
1?. ll. CA NflY.
ne apprehensions expressed, in
beg to announce that Breath is
illy Alive to IMPORTANT
ny Mrmmoth Fashionable
i ? BUREAU^
21 A morburn Diagonal, that cost
mo 20.00, which I um soiling to un?
load, at $15.00.
Assortment of Clothing, ranging
will sell 25per cent Discount,
ntered in a lot of straw Hats
two dollars each and if a good
you can liny at your own figures,
owing and you will be content
job of Clothing
0, tin? following
3. ?tSLjpl? Cloths,
i way Diagonal Coats, ?leo
irioo $8.00, Price now only
RENS, S. C.
histing of all thu substantials <ta?I d?#?
uiousiy nonti tho best or order kept, an
. . - _i
1 Estate Agency.
;cncy, with head-quarters at Lau
to do a General Real Estate Bro?
Tracta of Land in Sullivans, Jacks,
WU of Laurens,
of I laurens,
CC other valuable property.
J. M. HAMPTON,
GREENVILLE & COLUMBIA
On and aHcr Jan. 10, 1880, Passenger
Trains will run as herewith Indicated
upon this road and its branches.
Daily, except Sundays.
No. .V! LP PASSENGER.
Leave < 'olumbia C. &. (J. Depot 10 45 a m
Arrive Alston 11 45 a su
Nowborry 12 48 d m
" Ninety Six 2 03 p m
Hodges 3 oft p ni
" itel ton 111 p iii
" Uroonvillo ft ?6 p m
No. 52 DOWN.
Leave Oroonvillo 8 4ft a m
Arri v., *< ll 0? H ni
12 17 p ni
Ninety-Six 1 io p BJ
Newberry 3 012 p n?
Alston 4 06 p ui
( 'oluinhia 6 16 p Ui
LAUREN H RAILROAD.
Leave Helena .1 3!? p DI
A rrlvo at Lau rons (J, H. t> 30 p ni
Leave Laurena < '. li. 8 00 a m
Arrive at Helena ll 00 n m
H. TALOOTT, Slip I otuieut.
I). CAIIDW KI.L, A. (?. P. A.
Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta.
Honorai Passongor Department,
COLUMBIA, S. c., July it?, 1885.
MAIL AND KXCKKHN.
North -1 >Jiily
Leave < ?olumbia
No. 48 No.-10.
h 15 p m 10 10 p ni
ll 42 p m ll 17 p in
ll 36 p in 12 40 a m
ll 25 p ni 1 16 am
4 31 a ni
6 40 a in
No. 43 No. 47.
9 55 p m
11 66 p m
4 15 p ni 5 07 a lu
5 00 p in ;> 53 a in
7 02 pm 7 -fri a ni
8 33 p m O 07 a in
Charleston nutt Columbia Special.
No. 58 No. 52.
Leave Charleston 7 25 a ttl
Arrive a30 p m
Arrive Columbia. 10 55 o ni
Leave " 5 37 p M
T. M. EMERSON, U. P. A.
J. P. I?AN?S, <leii'l. Sup't.
c. M. SM ITH, Agent, Columbia, R. C.
MAGNOLIA PASSENGER ROUTE.
G., L. and A. A K. Railways.
In Kffoct Jan. 31, 1S80.
Timo 90th Meridian Ono hour slower
than C. A G. R. R.
COW NO SOL I II -DAILY
Leave Spartan burg SOOpm 6 30 a m
" Mooro 3 35 pin 0 2K a m
" Woodruff 4 00 pm 7 13am
" Enoree 4 20 p m 7 4S a m
" ?>rii 4 40 pm 8 24 a in
" Laurens, 4 60 p m 0 10 a in
" High Polut 5 21pm 9 5S a m
" Waterloo 688pm 1080 am
" Coronnoa 5 54 pm ll 02 a m
Arrive < troon wood 0 12 pm ll 80 a in
wood 4 45 ti m 612pm 1 ?0 p m
?;unta 9 55 am 9 25 p m 7 00 p tn
ve Atlanta 7 00 a ni 6 40 p ni
Arrive Savannah 6 00 a m 4 12 p in
Arrive Jacksonville 12 00 am 10 30 pm
OOINO NORTH - DAILY.
Leave Atlanta K 15 p m
Leave JackHonvillo 2 30 p iu
Leave Savannah H Inp ni
gusta 1 55 p ni 6 36 am 800am
wood 7 0 5 pm 0 62 a m 100pm
Loa ve Greenwood ll 52 a m 1 M) p in
ArrlTBvCoronaca 10 10am 2 18pm
" Waterloo 10 30 a m 2 .Vt p m
" Highpoint 104.1am 3 1? p m
" lautren* IMO ?ni 355pm
I ?ra ll M s m 4 36 p m
Enoree JI 60 a ni 6 17 p m
Woodruff 12 111pm 664 pm
Moore 12 111pm A 41 jim
"Spart a n burg 125pm 740pm
K. T. Cf 1 ARI/PQff. G. P. A.
J.N- PAH*, Sup't, Augusta, Ga.