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LAURENS, August lt, 1880.
?alocar and SpgeiaLft,
Soc addition to Town ordinances.
?\ Candidat OH aro coming to the front.
Fried slices of tipples are. good for u
A Barbecue has benn arranged for tho
19th, TILLMAN'S day.
Tho Sibley Mill strikers, of Augusta,
havo returiiod to work.
Umpire IIKKOU caine noarheing mob
bed in Charleston a rew days ago.
Thc. trial of the Ifidgeflold lynchers luis
boon postponed until the next tenn of
Mr. II. M. Spurks' d wolli UK house of
live rooina to runt. Apply to I''. I', ?de
< lowan, I'iSq.
Capt. IS* R. TILLMAN, bas boen invited
to doll, ?ran add rora at Wlnnahoro on
Goto Wilkes' Book and Drug Store
for tho cheapest lino of Toilet Soaps.
Soaps from Bot?, to 50ot8. a cake.
He ls a fool who tb inka by force or
To turn the current of a woman's will.
Tho eighth annual BOHSlon of tho Lau
rons County Sunday School Convention
.will bugin to-day, 11th, ul Mount Hollie!
Hoi. W. It. Pl?RltY bas our thanks for
reports of the Department of Agricul
ture for 1885.
Notwithstanding tho financial depres
sion, the dry goods trad(> al Laurens bus
been as good, If not bottor, than at thia
tinto Inst year.
Capt. John Mooro is again building In
Jersey. Mr. Elliott, contractor, began
work on Monday last. It will bo a neat
There was a bountiful pionlc at Lau
ford's station on Thursday. A few can
didates were present and ventilated their
viows on tho stump.
There was a i l.-l ? ls tn 11 picnic ?it CliOS
nut Ridge on Friday. Wo bad Ibo hon
or to reoisvo an invitation but wore pro
ventoii from attending.
Mr. J.e. Blllott han commenced work
on a largo and elogant rosidonoo for Dr.
Thon. McCoy,to bo orootod on tho lot
adjoining bis offico Sil Main Street.
Tho depot for tim Oreeuvlllo and
Laurens Railroad, at Oroonvillo, bas
been ComniOtlOod and will be completed ?
and a aoho lulo arranged in a short
Tho current rc|>ort that the Laurens
itruucb of tho Columbia A Greenville
Railroad, ban pawned in the hands of tho
Goorgla Contrat ls bollovod lo lie with
Min. s. F. OnwiN delivered an in
toroMtlng at ld roan in tho Court House on
Thuadny night, on tin? Biibjoect <>t* Tom
porar.ee. she was tho guest of Mrs.
MAUV Y. GAIU.INOTON.
Now is your limo to buy hook* al
Wilkes' Hook and Drugstore. In order
to mako room for my Fall stock, 1 pro
poao to noll books of fiction, otc, nt nott
cost. Cal1, and examine.
Mr. II. NV. AKDF.RKOS bas been ap
pointed post manier at thin place in tho
HtOadof.L M. RnilKRTMOM. Mr. ANDKII
HON was formerly mat maator at thin
place for ten veins during and of tor tho
Tho bank building at this place iu
nearing COinplotion. The works b* un
der the supervision of Mr. <>. RuKOBSS
and whim flninhod, will be a thing of
beauty. A neat idgn has been placed
over tho door.
Tho Rev. J. Y. FAIR, the new pastor
of tho second Presbyterian church at
this place, lilied bis pulpit lam Hil ntl ay
morning and v an greeted bv a large
congregation. Ho made a good impres
sion on all and tho congregation nppoar
bigly ploasod with him. Charlotte Oh
Tn order that TUX A nv KUTIHUH can
catch tho trains early Tuesday morning,
it ls nooessary to go to press by 7 o'clock.
All matter Hbould bo banded in by Mon
day 12 M. Communications should
roach the oflleo by Friday, in order to
N. s. HARRIS a recent graduate from
tho Citado! Academy is desirous of G?t
tien a school In Laure.is County. Ho is
roquirod to teach two vers in tho pub
lic schools of tho County.
Last week we stated Hutt Mr. Harris
hail returned homo to apend vacation.
Thin a mistake, as be bas received a dn
ploma front the Citadel Academy.
When tho result of thc convotlon in
Columbia was made known at Ibis
place a dispatch to this Offed was won to
delegate from Lauronsi "Como home;
no nae for Laurens amateures to bind;
We hnv.i bearii considerable complaint
In different soctions of tho county ns to
irregularities and doln.vs in the mails.
Thin in a groat Inconvonlonco and we
hopo the proper authorities will seek to
romedy these Irregularities.
Mr. R. F. Rbaw, a highly respected
and prominent ol ti con Of this County,
?Hod on tho 7th Inst., of eongostive fever.
He wan In hin 75th year.
On Sunday, tho 8th inst., hin wife,
Mrs. Kvallna Shaw, having survived
hor husband one day, tiled, also of don?
genii ve lever. She was a daughter of
tho lato John Simmons, of thin pla-o.
Se? What It WRI Do.
An au ovidonce of tho merit of nown
newnpaper advertising, we call tho nV
tenthill of those interested lo a striking
fnct and practical Illustration. In our
issue of last week, Mr JNO. D.HIIKAIIAN
published Konto price? on clothing, stn
ting th? figur?n plainly, and unsorted
thai tho nooda munt oe nolrl. The remit
of which, ho nobl to ono party III Hpar
tsrOurg County three nnitn of clothing,
which bo would uoi otherwise havo soldi
In sdditlon to thin, seven Coat* and ten
pairs of pants wont oir Ids band?. Ho In
ft strong advocate of Judicious advertis
ing, and bein right. Il alway H pays.
Jlno do Army.
Wo undorstand that sovoral ambitious
mombers of tho Laurens Uuarda aro
seriously considering tho situation on
th? Mexican border, with a vlow to
volunteer their HOI VIOOH.
Commissioner A. I'. Dutha- has ap
pointodJ. H. Huinhort and J. r. Austin
from tho'Ith Congressional Dtalrtot, ?>s
dologulosto tb? National Canners' Con
gress, w liirli moola on tho 25th ot' Au
gust, at St. Paul. Minm-ssota.
Mr. A. I*. SIM.i,IVAN'S family are at
Capt. JOHN Mooni: is painting bis
houso iii .Jersey.
Mr A. H. SltKYBM bas oponod a store
in tho lllrria building.
Misa Ki,i.KN O'DELL ts visiting har
brother, Mr. J. ll. O'Dum,.
Mr. .1. II. TUA Y N HAM, is building two
Dwolllng Houses on Simpson Struct.
Mr. J. PAUL Duiso?LLof Auguata Qa.
is now with JOHN l>. SH KAU AN.
M ?ss Dina A Win OT, of Augusta, Is visi
ting tho rainby ol' Mr. JOHN I). SHEA
Mr. TOWNSEND, of Ninoly-gtx, i* visi
ting Mr. NV. lt. QA it it KIT ami ramily.
Mr Horace E. Walker, of Spartan
bin ti, is visiting Mr, W. W. Kail, of this
Mrs. Dr. I.. S. PULLEN amt ehihlren
are visiting Capt Jons R. Fri.i.KU ol'
Mr. THOM. I?\ .IONICS is in attondanuo
upon the State Normal Institute in
Roan IE ami M KI,Morn MI-CANTS will
spond thc Summer at tho bondolla with
their aunts, Miss McCAKTM.
Miss Bcsso Whoclor, who has buen
viaitl Miss i .o i ? Pitts, roturned to her
home in Newbery last friday.
Mr. ASHMOUK DAVIS, formerly with
OBAU A M & SPA nus is now omploycd
In tho Store of MINTEn A JAMIESON.
Miss Mary Williams, a beautiful mill
aecompllahod yoi ng lady of Virginia,
who has been tenohing lu this Countyi
Vtatted in town last week.
N. lt. DIAL, Rsq., left for Sal = da N.e.
on Thursday in ohedionno to a tologram
from Mrs. Di Af. calling him lo tho bod
sido of their little son HASKELL who ?M
Our esteemed townsman W. li.Qil
korson rotor nod last week from a short
visit to l-'aripiicr White Sulphur Springs,
WAT icu LOO.
Mr. W. 15. Anderson, and wife, ol'
Ninety-Six, are visiting his Cather,
Capt. D. W. Anderson. Mrs. Nickolas,
Of Coronaea, Is Visiting friends relatives
at this pince.
Mr J. T. lloyd, has gonn ou a visit to
Mnj.T. H. Anderson, has huon (pt I te
sick Tor several days, hui w re pleased
to learn, is much hotter,
Mrs. 1 ?I nd soy, has huon ?pillo sick for
Mr. Kd. Buy mon rc, of Bradley, ls vial?
ti.ii his fnth . tho Hov. IL W*. Sey
Dr. .1. W. Konnody, und wile, who
have haen visiting, rolatives at l?nu?lov
have re tit mod home.
Thu principle subject of discussion
around town, is tho Harbern, llaao-ball
um! danoo that 1? lo he given lisro ?rn the
I !lh of .1 illy, hy Mr. C'atpor Smith. Thc
programme for ihe day is, dance al! dav,
a match game of Kail in the morning
and afternoon. Mr. s. Kays that no
ateno will hr left unturned to make it
om. of thc mos' enjoyable days ever wil
lies md, In Watoloo.
Three of "8 WOO teat" girls from Lau
rens are visiting at Cross Hill.
Mr. A. ii. Cranford has finished the
calaboose, and turned it over lo the coun
Il was our privilege with several of
the young gentlemen, of this place to nt
1 temi a pleasant entertainment last Tues
day ?veningat tito roaidouce of Mra. N.
IC. Davenport, we trust M.H. I), will ac
cept our sincere thanks for the opportu
nity given us of spi ning a most (lollghl
IL D. Nance has a nick child.
lt. s. (teodor has hoon quito sick f ir
two weeks, hut is now improving.
This is the season for picnics and hat -
heeuoa and there have boen some very
pleasant and successful oil's in this,
Capt. Jas. Mcf'rnvcv liu^ returned
from West's Springs, in Spartanburg,
much improve I in health.
Rase-hall is ?till raging ?ml we aro
longing and hoping for a chango. The
thing h gottlng monotonous, ?mt oven a
chango to leap frog would bo a relict'.
A few candidates ara coining to tho
front, hut tho ad vaneo la alow and cau
tious, Arw we lacking in pm riots who
are willing to norve their country ''for a
consideration," or ls somobody a little,
justa li Ile, frightened, ?ind afraid to
maka thu venture upon thu troublod sea
We aro vory glad to bo able to an
nounce t|i U we are to have th? pleasure
and privilege of hearing the OOlObrstsd
"Dill Arp lecture Ht this plnco. Maj. C.
il. Smith, ("Dili Arp"), has consented
to loeturo hore in tho intoront of our
Behool, on Saturday night, tho I tth lust.
Tf e ?re expecting a rnro treat and hope
for a largo crowd. The loeturo will lie
delivered lu tho Presbyterian church.
Some of Limn nsvillc's fairest young la
dle? aro \ i- ii inc friends nt this pince.
They have mude a "mnsh" muong Hie
HAMB VON SMASH.
Mr. Dninpsy Roberta, of QoorglS, is
visiting felntivos hore.
Partners nre about done work and pro
iraeO 'i meetings end pionlos have dam?
ni en oed.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. P. Mllnm hnvo re
turned from a visit to relative s In Fah
Mr. .las. Dow icy, w ho lins been very
sick with fever for some limo, we mo
glad lo ?oport, 1? improving.
linn ul-?.?!? ?-III mu??an-ii.m im?inc
Messrs. John Wolff and Willie Cul
hot'tson aro tlio delegates from Oonter
vllle to tho Sunday School Couvontion.
.Miss Letitia Huberts alternate.
Married, at tim rosldoueo of tim oili
chit mg corny man? Itev. John A.Cooper,
Aug. Olli l?vs<?, Mr. P. lt. Uolund to Miss
SueOwlugs; allot* Laurens County.
Au ordination meeting wa? hold ut
i nion Duptlat ('burch last Friday, for
tlie purpose of ordaining ii deacon. Tho
Presbytery coualstod of J. fl. Dav un pi rt.
Mod?rator? .John M. Iluilgens, Secre
tary, .John A. Coopor, ICC Watson and
the deacon.) ot' Union Church, Tin; or
dination sermon was preached hy itev.
ti, C. Watson.
Mr. .James Downey, who has bcon sick
for somo time, is ?it this writing Improv
Mrs. Hannah Watkins and family, or
Hom a Path, ar.? visiting relatives in
Married, on Aug. 5th, by ItSV. John lt.
Davenport, Mr. Proston Puckett to Miss
Dee M ay horry; also, hy the same, Mr,
Calvin Chock to Miss I.ula Culbertson,
nnd several mere aro expected soon, lint
you must understand lhere is no pros
pect for us.
We are to have a new post oftlco at
Cross Roads, to bo known as DuvulPs.
Mr. K. P. Mllam is io lie poat master.
The best cotton crop in this County
from what we can learn, is just below
here, on Kainui Crock. There is a COI'
tain man living lhere who says thal
he luis seven acres of notion thal ii
waist high all oVOr, and will averagi
OHO hundred gt'OWU bowls lo the stalk
The owner of the crop told net so him
seit, hut I toll you that's a powerful hi',
cotton crop for this year, and it's strang!
we nevr can make such crops. Dut
reckon wc don't work hard like thu
man. We learn there is to he a plcilii
at Ccnlorvillfl, Saturday heforo tie
Fourth Sunday. There will he speaker
prosont, and everybody i-t Invitod h
come mid bring their baskets, for Con
terville was never known to fail on i
picnic We oxtond to the Editor of th
AnvF.al isKit u spoeial Invitation toconi
and spend the day with his COU ll tr;
I Will he on hand.' -Kn. ?
Foi Tu K A nvr.it nana.
Chestnut Ridge. Picnic.
Mr. Editor'. -
We had tin? honor to bo Invited to, aie
plenum to attend, a picnic at Cheston
Uldgo Church on last Friday. The ni
tendance was small, but nlc-nnoks wer
In ahundaneoand the occasion was
n>ost enjoyablo ono in avery rospoei
I The church ia surrounded by a hoauli
i fill Bi'OVOofoak and hickory Hu ehosl
nut tree? having disappeared and t h
the spectator turning his ovoa nutwar
from thc elevated and hallowed spo
.fus hard-hv. in evey direct ion rt Leant
Cul undulating country diversified h
hill and dal", and covered willi prom I.'
lng crops. Amid all these beautiful an
attractive scones, th" writer will bo pm
doned in naying thal thc young Indh
present were the must attractive, an
hy nature t he most ai I? ?rn ci I of all tiling
else. Here tho sons of "hOI'II.V bande
sons of toil" met forgetting thc "hoi
and burden" of other days, and dran
dee (i thc in soi ral li m of till) Sticrcil spot
a place wort liv of ? he poets Kong,
Chock Spring, now said lo po-;s< .*
very doomed medici nil (platillos,
about Hiac:> mih.'s distan'. The pul
waler, (he healthful air. beautiful wo >?
f?rtil fields,'iud tho hospitality of ti
people, of t ' is vicinity make one fool tl
Im.if the following words, "Dons
not of cities or their lolly t. wcrs wh .
discord all its baneful influence pours
There is a verv Commodious and con
fortahle school bouse al inis pim
tho school of which i- taught i>. Ml
ida Holmes of I ,uu rot 11, C. il.
The church nulldlug i? a well hui
j and neatly painted structure ender ll
i paatorntc'ol tlc Hov. John I?. Pitts wli
; a membership of nhoul '.'.'.'i bundre
i 'the ?.'rave y:od e ivers a large pi'.
ground and the inaciplions upon il
tomhstoutts and monumonls mark il
last resting ohne of represent at i \
i froni some of the most wort ll \ and mo
llighlv li" J.ted fumilt<*S ol' Laurel
Scarcely lind the crowed sefli ti
tho mr 11 ?.s rt'tt of tho festivities win
dinner w as mioit ticed and after a sumpf
ons repast the lassies and laddies hann
ted thc ".slimly howers" until thodccll
lng sn.i rouili'idcd thom of houie.
<'ard ol* Acceptance.
I'.iu rot: A nvKUTISKI: :
In tho lust issue of tho lirra
I soe my name announced us
candidato for the Senate, ni
doubtless it similar notice may l
in your possession. I desire
return my thu ll ks to my friends f
their esteem and COUlldoilCO
manifested, and will say that n
services nie ?it their com mn ti
I therefore accept the iinluinnt in
?ind if elected, will strive tu rep!'
sent the whole interests nf the em:
try, to the best of my ability.
.1. It. HUM lt HUT.
There will be n meet ing- of t be 11
payers ol'('ross iljll Town-bio i
Saturday, I nb net, nt ??' o'clock
M., in the intere d ol' the ( hedi
Greenwood and Abbeville Kn
road. All uro requested to tu
out, ns business of importance w
be attended to.
K. M. ("Al S K,
I>irector, <'ross Hill
A Democratic Club.
Wits organised ut Maddens, Ai
8th by electing Capt. John Mot
President, und .lames A. Madd
Secretary. After an on roi I mt
of tho members und adoption
a constitution, the following re
lotions w ere passed by the club:
Whereas, tho exigencies of t
times require tho best and abl
talent of the country, ?md, when
the Farmers' interest demand
pedal attention at preset:*, lu t
legislature and recognising the i
cesslty of u good debater In I
Without proposing to reflect up
anyone else, or di spar ago tho ein i
of any other candid.ite, but neti
ted by mnlnre, ami rea ams due <
of our member, therefore bo i
H< aol ml, That we bart i ly i
dorse tho candidacy of Col, J, \i.
Irby und commet! him to tho m
favorable consideration of our
low citizens, und bospeak for li
their endorsement ut thoapproa
lng primary, To the domocai
part v iiml tim l-'ariner-c" Movein
lie is un uncompromising frle
and the ch?inpjpp of the rights
the fi ghi a of the laboring classt
JO?T?N M O ORK,
.I AMIS MADDPN, .SiuMdury.
- OF -
X.? .A. XT 3R, 33 HST S .
OFFICE OF COMPT1U ?LL- i
EU OF THE CURRENCY, [.
WASHINGTON, Juno24, isst?.\
WHKKKAS, hy satisfactory evi
dence oregon tod to the undersigned,
it hus been inndo to appear liait
"'lin: NATION h DANK ot' L?C
HIONS," i>> tho Town of Laurens, in
tlic County of Laurens and (lie?Stuto
of state of South Carolina, has
complied with al! ibo provisions ef
tho Statutes of tho United States,
required lo be complied with before
un association shall bo ?inthori/cd
to commence business of Hanking
Now Til KHK PO H H I, William L
Tronholni, Comptroller ot* tho Cur
rency, do hereby certify that "Tim
NATION Ali I '* .\ N K OK LACH r. NS," in
tho Town of Laurens, in tho County
of Lam ons and State of South Car
olina, is authorized to com meneo
the business of blinking Us pru vii lcd
in Section Fifty-ono hundred and
sixty nine, of the Revised Statutes
of tho United States.
I N TESTIMONY WI! KU EOF witness
my bund nod Se;il of office the 2lth,
day ol July 1880.
W. L. TREN HOLM,
Comptroller of tho < !urroney.
Aug. 11, issn
For unnouncotnents under ihis hoad
$.'1.00 un isl lie paid In advil imo.
VOIt S KN A TE.
CAPT. J. H. HUM BKRT, is here
by declared a candidate for tho
.Senate fruin ibis County to the State
Legislature, subject to the Primary
Election. Iiis record in tho paul
luis boon such as timi wo know thai
if tho p< opie t ail liim to tliis impor
tant position, ho will aeeopl tho
trust, and discharge tho duties
thereof tO the best interest of the
Wbol ' people.
MANY FRIENDS a lid FA ll M EUS
The name of Cot.. T, H. eil LWS
I ls respectfully submitted asa Can
; didato for the Senate of South Car
olina, subject to tho result of tho
Col. CHEWS is a representativo
mull, is u working man, and withal
is tho exponent <?f tho laboring
(dusse s, and bis candidacy has boon
encouraged by a strong indication
' MANY FARMERS.
j /''( ) it TH /.; L KO i a i. Arr n /.;.
i As Young's Township bus no ('on
dldate 111 tin Held, WO desire to
present to the Democracy of Lin
ien- County, the name of l>n. J. lt.
WESTMORELAND. Ile is know
to be a true mun and fully compe
tent to legislate In the interest of I
economy a:?<I reform. His many
i friends mtk him to accept this trust.
I Ho v\ iii abide the result of the
j fri ma rv.
j \'.< Boving that ti prac th :i! farmer
I kr.OWS best bow (o protect thc iu
t crust s of thc ugicul turill class, the
; friends of GABRIEL PINSON res
! poid fit I ly aibinlt his name to tho
; voters in tho Demo* ratio Primary,
! lor u soul in the House of Rcpro
.'RI EN DH AND FARMERS
Many fanners a nd friends, pro
' sent lie- narin- ol' M. M. TEA.Gt ' E,
for a seat in tho low er House ol the
I Legislature-subject to thc Pri
I mary Election.
Having Die iitmo-t coniidence in
tho ability of CA IT. J. D. BYRD,
Ills many friends in Laurens
County announce bim as ti suitable
mun to represent thc windi* people
in tho next Legislature -aubjccl to
DEMOCRATIC FA RM EUS,
The record of Coi.. J. il. WM A R
TON, in the last Legislature, will
.-how that iii t erry instance, !):.
favored economy and reform. Wc
therefore recommend hint as a
suit;?.!?!?' Candidato for the Legis
lature, subject to thc Primary
Election. WATERLOI >. '
von Jrix;I: OF PROHATK.
COI . A. w. BURNSIDE, is res
pectfully announced :i- n (.'andi
da te for re-election to the otllcc of
Judge of Probate, subject to the
SCHOOL COM M i ss roy /?: /.*.
j Tho friends of M v.r. lt. S, ORI F
FIN most respectfully announco
him as a Candidate for re-election
i to the ollleo ofSchool ( ?omniissioner,
I RI ENDS.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Mr. WILLIAM ! \ PATTERSON
is announced as n suitable man for
UH oftice of County Coinmissioner
for Laurens County. He is hereby
nominated, subject to tho Primary
M A NY VOTERS.
von TREAS un Kit,
J. W. PETERSON, is respect
fully announced ?is a Candidate for
tho office of County Treasurer-sub
ject to the Primary Election.
The friends of Mr. JOHN IL
COPELAND, would respectfully
announce him ll Candidato for re
election, to the otlice of County
Treasurer, subject to tho Primary
VOR -i I ni'ron.
The name of Q. M. LANGSTON,
is respectfully unnounccd as :i Can
didate for re-election to tho office
OfCounty Auditor-subject to the
Primary Elect iou.
-Judge Cothran has rendered ft
decree for $108,670 48 lu favor of tho
State against the Pacido Guano
Company] al Beauford lot back
revenue (tue on rock,
Last weeks "ad" having
the sweep, and will dup
We have left:
S suits, etil woo
^ Extra, Cut-aw
good, servroalole g
These are sjpeoi
triirig, no"w is trie
33rine; triis "'ad" -w
wiiat -v\re advert
BimT A "KW
- OF T ! I R
Town of Laurens,
Ho it ordained by tito Intendant
and WardotiH of tho Town of Lau
rens, in Council assembled, that on
mid after this tho 28, day of .Inly
A. I). 1880, Section 18 of the Ordi
nances ti? raise supplies for tho
Town of Laurens, for tho yent* end
ing January 1ft, issy, winch is as
"That for every Moat Market $20
per annum, payable (|iiartorly, in
advance, and any person selling
fresh nu at, such as Hoof, Pork,
Ki 1 or Mutton without first bav- j
ino obtained license, shall pay i'L' j
for each of renee?
That the said Section (18) bo and ?
is horeby repealed.
That s -ct iou I ft of the ordinance I
heretofore published bo amended, !
and said section shall hereafter bo
;i ? follow s :
All persons furnishing loams for ?
; 1 ire lo haul freight ot* any kind \
i whatever, from one portion of Hie
j . orpornto lindi s to l>< delivered at
! another, either hy the tiny OP other
I wi -e. s.e.:!i bo doomed a dray in Ibo
I s ?uso of 'iii - section. Any person
j violating lui- section shall be tined
> or imprisoned In ibo discretion of
j (he Council. This amendment t<?
, he of force on .md after the IOth
i day ol August, I8S0.
lt. R. MARTIN, I
< i. I). A N'DKKMON, Clerk.
ci.I NTON, S. c.
Full course of study In Mathe-j
mailes, Classics and Sciences; also1
Preparatory Department. Rxpon
SOS very reasonable. Nex' session
For Cntnloguo or other informa
ROB RUT l\ SM ITU, A. M.
July ll, 1880 lt
State of South Carolina,
< !ounty of Laurens,
IN COU UT OF COM MOIS Pl. MAS.
Noah Cannon, Plaintiff aggalns Nnornn
I'atleiHon, bowls W. Patterson, .bunes
K, Patlerson, Josopli IO. Patterson Indi
viduully, ami as administrator of tho
estnto of M. S. Patterson, doe'd., mid as
executor of will of I>. A. Patt orson, ?loo'd
Curoliuo shields. Martha CIIMII, ?lester
MeAbee, Elizabeth llulllnirt. Mn.iy
C'.lc, Oscar P. Cannon, Kiora Cannon.
Jnhah Dry ant, Della ?rooks, Pdln ban
ford, AI leo (piln. Kinma Pope, li. I'.
Good win, Seaborn Parks, DofondnnlM,
Smnmona for Itollof. Complaint Not
You arc horeby auinuionod anti re
fpdrod to ahswer tho complaint in this
action, which was iliad In thc ellice of
the Clerk of tho < ourl nf ('ommon Pions,
AIIV?. "-'?I, l^sii, for (ho said County, mid to
nervo ? copy of your answer lo M-,iii com?
plaint on tho siihHcribors >>t their office
at Laurena C. IL, s. C.. within twenty
davs aller the RorvICO noroof, exclusive
of tho day ot' such service; and if you
fall to answer tho complaint witliin tho
(Imo nforosnld, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will ?ppl V (0 Ino Cou H for tho re
lict th ne.uidcd in tho complaint.
Dated Ante. ~. A. D., issa.
[li. s.) (I. W. SiiKi.1.,0. c. e. Pi
Il ASK LLL A' M AL.
To Caroline Sh ?cit ls. Marl lin Cash, ll est er
MoAbeo, Mary Cole, Jonah Bryant,
Della Drooka, Ll'.? Lanfordi Ailee
Quinn, Koona Pope: Take notice that
tho complaint In the above stated oaao
was Hied In tho oin e of tim Clerk of |
t he <'euri ol'Common Pleas for Limn-ns
Count) .stale of South Carolina, Aug.2d,
Il ASKKLL A DIAL.
A moist -.?<!. Issn,
?IIHliS ^^^?yBusiness Macatloi.
-?l. Commercial College or&KAXW"
ll (armit Rnnor ?ml Oold Mental ovi-r ?ll fttri'r ColUgrri.
*t inc l*?rM'? K>pa.ltI??, (or S> -u m M ll.mt Li cpl na lon
()cnor?l Riialnr-aF.dai-atlan. ?OOO lir?4iitr> In Ha...
PM?. tr>T?*, heriemplftyi.l. Int of Vail Itu-lnrM Co???.
iK Tu tlon, Stationery .nd Mond, ?t m,t fpo. r>??Tt?
ll.ni, Tji>r"rliln? ?nd T?l<-?r?,k, *|?e< laltlrt. X? Ta.
ratina. Kilter Now. <1r?4??t'^ llnaranli ?xl Knnc-v Pol
Onulwi-Mfo.i W.B. SMITH, Prc.*!. |*xln(tor.,K f.
donc good work, we are <
lie ate former reduction w
1, cassimere for i
ay Diagonal O oat
n ts, clirTererrt st,
a J drives and if ye
ith you ariel sea
Notice of Application
STATK OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY Ol-' LAURKXH,
Court <>f ( J< minion Ficus.
Ex VaHn i Petition
Henry Allison, 111 *lur Al- : lor
liatin, Lizzie Allison Kain-! Homestead
ucl Allison, Ony Allison. Mn Kcal and
Ooortro Allison, Lowis Alli- Personal
son, William Allison ami Properly.
Nannie Allison, Politl?n- j
Notier is horoby given thal tho above
named potlonors liuvo made application,
by petition, lo tho Mani r. to have a
I?omi Ktoad appraised an<l sot oh'to (hom
in tho ruai anti personal property vvhoro
ofAosop Allison died soi sod ami pos.
(3. I). BARKSlhVLrS,
M astur, I., C.
August IO, 1880. lt.
Tho repairs on the Milton I'ridge,
across Little Uiver, will bo let at
tho lowest bidder according t<.
specifications presented at said let
t mg on tho 12th day <>f August next,
at l- o'clock A. M., at said bridge.
J. L. CRAWFORD,
C. I". Ii, c.
July 20, l^s<; .">-' :it
Although there wore some
this Space, for my Safety, 1 1
vet ??i me, mid, I am full
TR .A. 3ST .A. C
lt' \<>u doubt Cull nt ni\
- AND F,X
IN TH K FOLLOW
R Line French Diagonal and Won
ted Suits, which I formerly sold at
#28.00 now cut down to $20.00.
Also a Complote and Select A
from #3 to *1 5 per Suit, that ? w
My Misfortune tliis season cent
that ? will sell from 1 cents t<?t\\
customer, will give iliem away.
I Confess I need Money und y
Pleuse oive mc just OHO silo
if not happy.
2D. M. I3
Under the Be:
j^ATJ?e.H?lsrS, - -
determined to continue
rithout til?' slightest de~
?10; oost $14.20
>s, a,t, $5; JoTo o?rs
yl?s euncl oolora,
are "Lo go eut, BO
:>ui :n.?ecl any olo
goocls rn.-u.s-L go
if youdont gat
L a ii r ens vi ll e
LALUKNS, S. <.'.
NKXT ANXCAI, SKSSION BK? I N'S
Monday Sept. I?, 1880.
Competent Teachers in all Depart
ments. Homo caro taken of all
BATES OP TUITION and BOARD
Primary Department "12.00 per mo.
Academic " .?J."" " "
Collcg Classes 4.00 " "
Music: " 4.00 " "
Art " 4.00 '? M
Board per quarter.
$\8F" For full particulars, apply
for Catalogue. <>r call on
apprehensions expressed, irt
leg to announce that Breath is
y Alive to IM PORTANT
:TI OKT S .
f Mammoth Fashionable
A M 1 ME
I'I X(." GOODS:
21 American Diagonal, that cost
ino 20.00, which I am selling to un
load, at $16.00,
ssortment of Clothing, ranging
il! sell 25per cent Discount.
bored in a lot of straw Hate
o (lollara each and if a good
ou eau buy at your own figures,
W'UIL; and you will be content
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