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i AU HENS, August IS, 1880.
JUSocar and Specials
ie additional candidatos thia wook.
iaso-ball foVOrla all thu rugo at Urcon
&ndorson. S C., ls now within four
finir? rhlo of Augusta.
^jfcven tho negroes liavo caught th? war
flhror amt talk about lighting Mexico.
..'..Candidates for thc legislature should
road tho "Rino fawH," on our outside.
;;' Kvorybody should ho on hand mu
?Phu r sd ny to hoar ("apt. H. H. TILLMAN
'- Liquids can now he sent through the
mail, rion is for tho benefit of dry
|"\Vho in this fellow Anonymous?"
piked a gushing render. "I seo ho
write? a. good deni for your papor."
I It is proposed to organizo a Confedor
fcto Survivors' Association In this Conn
ty. .Such n movoutent is commendable.
THO Mexican ouibroglio haasomowhat
absorbed tho interest in thu political sit
uation, about thin placo, for tho past
Tho Uroenvlllo ?fe Laurens Railroad
Will be inspected bv tho Railroad Com
mission on tho Mth, and trains w ill hu
run regularly hy Supt. 10th.
Mrs. Lou DILLARD, wifo ;?f Mr. R. C
Di 1.1.A un, n most ontimnblu, christian
lady, diod on tho l?th Inst., and was
buried on Wednesday at Hardis Church.
Tho demand for dwelling house? for
rout, steadily incronsos. Mr. J. M.
HAMPTON, has aucccded in disposing of
Rovoral cottngos in Jersey, during tho
Col. O. T. CALHOUN, of Abbeville, and
I'ol. Oico. JOHNSTON, of New hurry, each
?hum to antedato "MUSKS" TILLMAN.
Tho farmers' novomcnt is Just tho thing
thev thought of y oars ngo.
A gentleman lu Georgia lins sunt tho
President five tine watermelons, for
which ho received a note ofthanks. Tho
President was gratified, and had ono
lOrved at tho White Houso dinner.
A littlo boy wntohod n gnmo of base
ball tho othor day In Columbia, until ho
?aw tho catohnr pince a wire mask over
bis face. This WAI a new procedure
whii h iio could not understand. He
asked his mother -Thy that man placod
? bustlo over his fa-o.
Tho burial Of Col. R. P. Tonn will take
plnco to-day at 9 o'clock. Services will
be conducted at thu Presbyterian Church
by Rev. J. Y. PAIU. Tho pall-bearers
uro Jno. W. W'ntts, A ,W. Rurnsldo, B.
W. Rall, J. O. C. Fluming, J. H. Trayn
liam, J. II. Sullivan, W. L. Royd and W.
Ron TAYLOR, tho fiddloing young Con
pressman, is thu Democratic nominee
Tor Governor Of Tennessee, while ALP.
PAY LO It his brother has buen nominated
for tho same position by tho Republi
cans. As thu raeo now stands, old man
TAYLOU'S son will be successful beyond
Week beforo last, our printer by mis
take pincud thu correspondence of "Joe
Prince" uudor tho signature of our cor
respondent from Powur P. O. While wo
greatly rugrnt such mistakes, wo trust
that all conoorned will pardon the
"devil" this time.
For a man not wearing good clothes
?rhen they can ho bought at reasonable
prices, and unpuolnlly wlio.i cnn bo had
on easy terms. Read Mr. JNO. I). Siir.A
SAM'S card in this issue. If you nood
any clothing, now is tho tune to buy,
for ho will soil tho goods choap to get
rid of stock.
Sala Week at aluna Springs.
For tho diversion and ontertainmont
if tho largo number of g loats at Glonn
Springs, tho following series ot amuse
ments have hoon arranged:
On tho 18th there will be n tournament,
foot races, sack races, Ac.
On the 10th and 20th there will bo
?hooting matches, under tho auspices of
tba Oloun Hprings Club, contests at livo
birds, Peora hirds, clay pigeons, etc.
A Distinguished Visitor.
Col. Hu.AKT A. ll ililli:HT, a member
of congress from Alabama, visited
friends and relativos at this place Inst
week. Col. HKHBKHT was born at Lau
rena C. IL, 8. C., and while quito a young
man his parents moved to Alabama.
Ho began tho praotlce of lau and soon
rose to eminence nt Hie har. Ho ls one
of the rising men in Congress mid his
friends confidently export, tn the nuar
future, to see him in the Cabinet.
At tho resicence of the bride's father,
Mr. Washington (Jarrott, on July 27, 18s<t,
Mr. WM. II. BARKBDALK and MI ss MOL
LIR C. OAIIRMTT, both of I.aurons Co.
H?v. A. c. stopp, officiated.
Rv the sstne, on Augusto, 1K86, nt tho
residence of Joseph Rngwell, the bride's
father, Mr. U. W. DAIHIY and Miss IDA
lt, BAOWKLL, both of Dunklin, Green
ville Co., H. C.
Barbacu? at Waterloo.
Last Saturday was a hlgday in Water
loo. A largo crowd of cltir.cns gnthered
nt that place to partake of tho bountiful
barbecue which Mr. CASPAR HM ITU had
prepared, and to meet candidatos, dis
cuss politics, and enjoy tho amusements
of tho day. A game of ba, e ball had
been arrangod, and many of the young
folks whiled away tho idle hours in
terpsichorean amusement. Tho day
was pleasantly spent by all pros*nt.
A meeting was held in tho Court
House at this placo, on Wednesday lost,
in the Interest of the C., N. A L. Railroad,
Col. JOHN W. FKIIOUSON was clcctnd
. loo niau and J. C. OAIILINOTON, Secre
tary. On motion of Col. K. C. WATTS,
ttvo delegates wero elected to attend tho
meeting in Jacks Township, on the 18th
Inst. The following dolegnios woro
elected: W. I. OnAY, J. W. FKUOI SON,
J. C. OAIILINOTON, L. K. I n II Y and J. J.
PLUSH, Delegaten who wcro nimble to
attend the meeting were allowed tn se
lect their ah?rnales.
THO Nim ty.six Fair,
which was held on tho loth and nth,
was pronounced by thoso who had thc
pleasure of attending, a decided SUCUOSH.
Tho display of horses, cattle and otho:
Htook, wan exceptionally hoe, while
tlie fruits, garden producta und fancy
work, ?te., was of a must Interesting
character. Tho paintings of Miss BES
BiK WATT?, of this County, were pro
nounced by many connoisseurs, master
pieces of art.
More than 2000 persons wore present,
which shown tbut tho enthusiasm ex
hibited ut tho llrst meeting has not
Railroad Meeting in Jacks' Tow nship.
Despite tho Opposition, Which hus here
tofore appeared in Jacks Township
against all railroad enterprises, the
meeting called for the purpose of diseuss
ing railroads, on tho bl, inst., w as atten
ded by a large number of the representa
tivo mon of that section, The crowd aa*
scudded at tho residence of Mr. L. W.
Copeland. Maj. N. S. Han is was called
to tho Chair and Mr. W. H. Boll, nf Clin
ton, roques tod to act as Secretary. Af
ter stating that tho object of the moot
ing was to discuss railroads generally,
and the advantage of the C. G. A A. and
the C. N. A L. railroads, in particular,
Maj. Harris called upon Mr. Mills, Pres
ident of the Chester, Greenwood ?x Ab
novillo road, w ho addressed tho mooting.
Mr. Mills is a pleasing speaker and pre
sented tho claims of his road In a captiva
ting manner. After tho conclusion of his
address, tho meeting took a recess of ono
hour to partake of ono of tho most de
lightful dinners lt has been our good for
tuno to soo lu a long timo. Mr. Cope
land had prepared, tho barbecue for tho
occasion. After dinner Mr. H. IL Mc
Caughrin. of Newberry, made a few re
marks on the importance of better rail
road facilities, In this beautiful section
of country. J.e. (?arlington was then
called upon and spoke in the I n ter OS t of
tho Columbia, Nowborry ?fc Laurens
Railroad. Speeches wore also tnado by
Messrs. Boll, of Clinton; W. L. Cray,
(loo. V. Young and Maj. N. S. Harris, of
Laurens. Mr. Creon, of Jacks Town
ship, gavo tho peoplo somo excellent
advice, and, to the point. He told them
to look farther than tho end of their nose,
and vote a tax sufficient to secure both
of tho proposed railroads. Mr. Lewis
Yarborough stated that If the C. N. iV L.,
would come on tho proposed line, by
his mill, in addition to tho tax, he
would subscribe $10,00.
Thoso wdio have been bitterly opposed
to all siudi enterprises, aro beginning to
soo tho Importance of railroads and it is
confidently expected that, In a abort
timo an election will be ordered and that
a small sum sufficient to grade th? two
roads will be subscribed and ero both
both roads will be omplctfd through tho
Miss IDA SCOTT, of Hreworton, is visit
ing Mrs. J. H. Tr a vn ham.
Miss JK8SIE COPELAND spout a few
dajs with relatives huro last wcok.
Mr. JOHN H. Fri.i.Rn, of Watorloo,
spoilt last week in this place.
Mrs. FIELDING and Miss JESSIE RICH
ARDSON visited Newberry last woek.
Mrs. J. 1). ADAMS and Miss RoUERT
HON are on a visit to relatives in N. C.
N. B. Di AI,, Esq., Who bas been with
bis family in the mountains, returned
homo on Monday last.
Misses HAUT, of Cokesbury, who have
boon spending several weeks with rela
tives hero, returned homo on Wednes
Mis? DELIA WKIOI.K, instead of
WRIGHT, ls the charming young lady of
Augusts, visiting at Mr. JNO. I). SHRA
Mr. M Alters PATTERSON,of Lanford's
Statlou, spout a fow days with relatives
boro, last weok.
SIMPSON Bf ILLS.
Wo are glad to seo Mr. Jos. Downey
up agffiu, and looking much better.
A protracted mooting has been In
progress?t Union Churoh during thia
week, conducted by tho Hov E. C. Wat
son, assisted b}' Rev. John A. Cooper
and Hov. J. B. Davenport. There isa
great deal of interest manifested, but up
to this writing only niuo have joined.'
Wo wero glad to see Hov. J. A. Martin
hack at Union Saturday night. He al
so pi cached an excellent sermon to a
We were sorry we could not attend
the Sunday School Convention at Mt.
Bethel. We learn they had a good time,
and no doubt did a great doal of good.
Mr. Willis Gentry has been spending
a week in this section. He came over
with Hov. ICC. Watson.
Mr. Willie Hanisoy and Mr. Weat, of
linnea Path, wore visiting in this sec
tion i t Sundav.
Wo took a walk through Mr. J. C.
McDanial's farm this morning and ho
IIRS tim best field of cotton we have seon
this Monson. Mr. McDaniel has one
intro of cotton he is experimenting upon
this year, and I think his experiment
will do to follow after. I will give tho
full particulars later in the season.
Mr?. Lilla Lindsay wiro of w. L. Lind,
say of Waterloo, was burled in the Cemo.
tory at this place on 11th Inst. Mrs Lind
say had spent moat of hor lifo In thia
nelghoorhood, her husband having mov
od to Waotrloo over a year ago, aho had
many friends and tho largo attendance
at her funoral hore ovideece to the esteem
in which she was held, hor husband and
children have tho sympathy of the en
The stock show at Ninety-Six was a
success, the number of stock exhibited
was largo and embraced a very great
variety of farm and domestic animals
wo are not s bio to give the names of the
nu-eossfu) exhibitors as we wero called
away bof'.re the close of the exhibition,
tho attondai. JO was large and wo saw a
number of gentlemen from various por
tions of the State, and, wo became con
vinced that I boro is a growing interest
In tho country upon the question of Im
provement In various kinds of stock.
We hope that the example, sot by the
citizens of Ninety-Six and vicinity, will
he followed by other sections, and that
there will be exhibitions of a similar
character, at every town in the Sta.o.
Woobsorvod that tho candidates woro
busy, sonni of tho Laurena candidates
wer? on tho ground, they seomcd to bo
doing vory well at Ninety-Six, can't nay
how they aro doing in Laurens.
Wo have hs?! fino sentons and tho crop
prospects aro Improving ovcry day.
A protracted mooting was ?arrled on
for Homo days at Battle Chapel? Trench
ing by Itovs. Poosur and Sumner.
Other help was expected, can't say as
to the success of tho mooting as at the
time of this writing tho mooting was
still in progross.
Wo were at tho town of Wllliamston,
a few days ago, and made a hasty look
ovoi tho female collego nt that placo.
Tho President of the institution, ROT. S.
Landor, was exceedingly polite and at?
tontlvo and showed us over tho institu
tion and exhibited tho advantages which
ho has nt his command tor the success
operation of his school. We bospoak for
the college a liberal support and believe
that anyone who will patroniso tho col
logo, will be amply compensated In tho
superior educational opportunities, that
are offorod to the pupil. The advantages
and benefits that follow from a liberal
and christian oducation cannot bo ovor
Wllliamston has another claim to pub
lie notice, in the mineral spring, which
flows in a heant?ful basiii, in tho midst
of a lovely grovo, about 260 yards from
tho Depot. This spring is Chnlyabeato
in its character ana most assuredly,
posesses valnablo hoalth giving proper
ties. We seo no reason why our people
should go to a distance to mineral
springs, when such a good ono as tho
Wllliamston spring ls in easy reach of
the whole state.
Let our Invalids givo lt a fair trial.
No news this week ; politics and base
ball reign Sliprome herc.
We have been blessed with copious
showers. Cotton has improved rapidly
during the last week.
Mr. John Young and family have
gone to Glenns, for tho bonoftt of his
Messrs. John Young, Jr., and Jessie
and Young Vance havo gono on a visit
Mr. Matthews lins about finished Mr.
Daniel Monroe's nice dwelling.
Willis Menders, ono of our school
boys, lins been shaking bis hand all the
week, in consequence of a hurt received
In a gamo of base-ball.
Tho picnic nt Workman's wns quito
a success. Wo linders.and the candi
dates made some lino speeches. Those
present would do Laurens County cred
it in our State capital.
Mr. ami Mrs. T. P, Bryson, of Winns
boro; Mrs. J. B. Caldwell, Mr. James
Howers and family of Newberry, and
Miss Nanni a Henderson, of Columbia,
have boen visiting In this community
for tho last few days.
A )' -v ii.mon.
four little urchins lind assembled on a
street corner, in a neighboring village,
and, as they sat drumming their heels
On a dry goods box, lillie Toolillie Jones
said to his companions, that bo would
repeat to them nomi' vertes <>f poetry, he
had loamed at school and each of them
could repent it after him.
"Now, boys." said bc:
Mary had a little lamb.
Whoso fleece was white as snow;
And everywhere that Mary went,
The lamb was si rs to go.
The first hoi called lo repeat tho
verse happened to bo Yum Chi UK, a lit- '
tie son of tho Celestial l?mpiro. Ile hes
itated a moment adjusted his cue, turn
ed his almond oyes upward and began:
Mollee gaile? had Utile sheep,
Ailee sames WOOlo white as snow;
Ll koo Mollean man,
On Im hind legs he stand.
Or hoppoo longCS way Molle go.
Paddy O'Hlloy, whoso bro true mid
countenancebospoko Irish origin, came
next in order, and said:
Faith, and Marv had u kid,
Amt this is w hat he did:
When Mary walked most swatelv
Ho followed her eomplntoly.
Then young Schneiders turn ! Although
not SO port IV SB hts aged father, Jacob,
stood erect, with his thumbs in his
vest, and said;
Dot lamb vas vite like vool ;
Von Marv go mit school,
Dot lamb will play,
Cud hiato all day,
Shust like he vas im fool.
Not satisfied With tho progress of his
pupils, Tommie swore that any boot
black in the city could do better, so he
called Sam Slick, whoso dark counte
nance alono was Sufficient to locate his
pn-cntnge amid the? corni strands ot
Africa. "Now Sinn," said Tommie,
"when I repeat this verse, von follow.
Sam rolled his white eves about a mo
ment, opened four incl.esof his mouth,
mid grinning, bogan 1
Dat little kid belonged to May,
He followed her de llb long day J
And when nt night sho <^o to sleep.
Likewise do dat little sheep.
( A nv i; ur i SK.MK NT.)
A NEW CA Xl) I J) AT E.
At tho Solicitations Of many
friends, representing all classes of
our people, I desire to announce
myself us a Candidate. A decent
regard for tho opinions of mankind,1
and other people, makes it incum
bent upon inc? to publish my plat- j
form of principles:
1st, Isnall make it a special point
to bo particularly attentive to all
other Candidates, and shall vote
for as many of thom as the law will
allow, if not moro, and of course
Bli ii 11 expect the samo from thom to
2nd, I shall do nil in my power to
enable every Candidato to present
the very best appearance before
tho dear voters, Including every
lota of Iii? personal muko-up, from
hoad to foot.
3d, I shall also uso my best effort r
to enable all voters, and othes
classes, to present ii decent and gen
tlemanly appearance boforo tho
4th, While! shall make it a point
CO bo tho Candidate of tho Farmers'
1 shall also strive to represent
other classes, as one of our .states
men has suid, "I have a solid
eye to the general Interest,'1 ?nd a
duo regard for tho sizo of each
From tho above it will be seen
that tho offleo to which I aspiro is
"Boss Clothcr," of Laurens Count v,
also "Hatter and Shouther." All
other Candidatos for the position
aro invited to show their colors
or hold their peace.
I am your most humble and
I). M. PATTON.
For announcements undor thia head
ff.').(XI nuist. bo paid in advance.
FOR SENA TE.
Being well acquainted with tho
political record of GAIT. JOHN C.
DAVIS, and knowing liim to be a
reasumi?le and consistent reformer,
Idontiflorj in theory and in practise
with tho agricultural Interests of
the country, and, true to every trust
committed to Iiis charge, we tnke
pleasure in announcing him ns a
Candidate for the Senate, in tho
coining Primary Election.
CAPT. J. H. HUMBERT, ls Inn
by declared a candidate for the
Senate from t Iiis County to the State
Legis'uturo, subject to the Primary
Election. His record In tho past
bas been such as that we know that
if tho people call bim to this impor
tant position, ho will accept tho
trust, and discharge the duties
thereof to tho best interest ?d'Hie
MANY FRIENDS and FA BM Fits
Tho name of COL. T. B. CREWS
Is respectfully submitted asa Can
didate for tlie Senate of South Car
olina, subject to tiie result of the
Col. CREWS is a representative
man, is a working man, ami withal
is the exponent of tho laboring
classes, and bis candidacy luis been
encouraged by a strong indication
* MANY FARMERS.
FOR TUE EEC I SI. ATV UK.
Mu. EDITOR:- As representa
tive suggestions are now in order,
and without disparaging the (daims
or merits of any other candidate
who bas or may offer, we respect
fully submit the name of one who,
if the people want a man thoroughly
identified witli their every interest,
one wdio cannot be persuaded by
wrong Influences, and withal ba's
a record and experience as a legis
lator, that man is tho HON. JOHN
M. HUDGENS. We trust be will
not decline to accept bis nomina
tion. MANY FRIENDS.
As Young's Township bas no ( 'un
dulate in the field, we de-ire to
present to tho Democracy of Lau
rens County, tho name of De.. .1. lt.
WESTMORELAND. Ile is know
to be a true man and fully compe
tent to legislate in the interest of
economy and reform. His many
friends ask him to accept this trust.
Ho w ill abide tho result of tho
Believing that a practical farmer
knows liest bow to protect the in
terests of the ugieultural ida--, tho
friends of GABRIEL PINSON res
pectfully submit bis name to the
voters in tlie Democratic Primary,
for a seat in thc House of Repre
FRIENDS AND FARMERS
The record of Coi.. .1. II. WU A R
TON, in the las! Legislature, w ill
show that in o* erv instance, be
favored economy und reform. Wo
therefore recommend bim as a
suitable Candidate for the Legis
lature, subject to the Primary
! Flection. WATER Li M >.
FOR .1 UDO E OF PRORA TE.
I respectfully announce myself
as a Candidate for tho o lb co of I'r?
bate .I udgi-subject to the Primary
S. W. VANCE.
Coi* A. W. BURNSIDE, is res
pectfully announced a> a Candi
date for re-election to the lillico of
Judgo of Probate, subject to tho
sum>OL uo.yMJSSJA>NF E._
I respectfully announce myself
as a candidate for tho otb ce of
School Commissioner for Laurens
County, subject to the result of tho
Pr i marv Flection.
TI IOS. P. BY Bl).
The friends of MAJ. R. S. GRIF
FIN most respectfully announce
him as a Candidate for re-election
to tiie o Hi ce of Sid mol Commissioner.
EOli TE EA SU li KR.
J. W. PETERSON, is respect
fully announced as ,t Candidate for
tlie office of ( !oun ty Treasurer-sub
ject to tho Primary Election.
The friends of Mr. JOHN II.
COPELAND, would respectfully
announce bim a Candidate for re
election, to the office of County
Treasurer, subject to the Primary
EOE -i un uro E.
Tlie name of (J. M. LANGSTON,
is respectfully announced as a Can
didate for re-election to tlie office
ofOounty Auditor-subject to the
When a hoe becomes dull it re
tards work because of the increased
tax it Imposes on strength. Sharp
en it by filing to a chisel edge.
When sharp it works much more
effectively, ospeeinlly when there
are weeds to be eut.
The building of a now Bridge at
McDaniel's Mill, across Bubun
Creek, in Waterloo Township, will
be let to tho lowest bidder, on Sat
urdav, the 28th day of August, at
12 o'clock M, 1880, with the right
to reject any bid; said Bridgo let
aecording to specifications that will
bo prcsontud at tlie time of lotting
JAS. L. CRAWFORD,
Aug. 18,1886 8t
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714. For torm;?, Apply at this Office
And on reasonab
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You can get suit, or pa
figures paid elsewhere
and HVCuist Q-o to
- OP THE -
Town of Laurens.
Be il ordained l?y tho Intendant
and Wardens of the Town of Lau
rens, in Council assembled, that on
and after this the 28, ?lay ol" July I
A. 1). 1886, Section 18 of thc Ord.-I
nances to misc supplies for the
Town of Lotirons, for tho year end
ing Ju unary 18, 1887, which la as
That s 'ctlon 18 of thc ordinance
heretofore published, w hich reads
as follows: One-horse dray $6.00;
Two-horse dray $12.00; Peed stable
$20.00; Feed and Livery stable .f30.
00; Peed Sale and Livery stable
$60.00; one-half pnynhlcin advance,
bo amended and said section shall
hereafter he made to read as fol
All persons furnishing teams for
j hire to haul freight ol* any kind
whatever, from one portion of the
corporate limits t<> bc delivered nt
another, either hy thc day or other
wise, shall he deemed rt dray in tho
sense ul' IhiS section. Any person
violating; this section shall bc lined
or imprisoned in tho discretion of
thc Council. This amendment to
hi'of force on and after the loth
day of August, 1880.
II. K, MARTIN,
(}. D. ANDKRHOX, Clerk.
CLI NTON. S. C.
Full course of study in Mathe
matics, Classics und Sciences; also
Preparatory Department. Expen
ses vory reasonable. Next session
begins Sept. 22, 1880.
For Catalogue or other informa
ROBERT P. SMITH. A. M.,
July li, issi; lt
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens,
IN COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.
Moah Cannon, Plaintiff aggaiiis Naoma
?'at tor ?on, Lewis \V, Patterson, .lames
?O. Patterson, Joseph K. Patterson Indi
vidually, and as administrator of the
estate ol' K. s. Patterson, dee'd., and as
ex eeo tor of will of I ?. A. Patterson, dee'd
Caroline Shields, Martha Cash, Hostel*
Nie A boo, F.li/.abeth Mullington, Ma.iy
Cole, Osonr P. Cannon, Kiora Cannon.
Johnh Bryant, Hella Drooka, 1311a Lan
ford, Alien Quin, Kinma l'ope. K. I*,
flood win, Seaborn Parks, Defendants.
Humilions for Relief. Complaint Not
You are hereby .summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which was Oled In tho ofllee of
I ho Clor ts of tho Coori of Common Pleas,
Aug. 2(1, Issn, for t In' said County, and to
serve a copy of your answer lo said com
plaint on tho subscribers al their office
nt Laurens C. H., S. C., within t won ty
lav s altor tho sorvloo hereof, exclusivo
of the day of such scrviee; ami if you
fail to answer the complain! within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Com t for the ro
llof demanded In the complaint.
Pated Aug. 2, A. D., 1886.
( i.. s.) O, NV. Sn KI.I., r, e. e. P.
If ASK KLL A DIAL,
Plaint ill's' Attorneys.
To Caroline Shit Ids, Mai I ha Cash. Hester
McAbee, Marv Cole, Jonah Bryant,
Della Brooks, Kiln I..tilford, Alice
Quinn, Emma Pope: Ta/ke notice that
tho complaint in the above.staled ease
w as filed in I be olll'O of tho Clerk of
tho Court of Oomtnon Ploas tor Laurens
Cou ll ty, State of South Carolina, Atlg.SSd,
I SH? J,
II A SK 13 LL A DIAL,
August '2d, insu.
TJUUtLn ss . wo H to
ft FOR A
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le terms, all the
z OF CLO:
Garments, Good Sele
tra,rrt??cl "bo Poor
irt of suit, on CREDI
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sion; are sold fo
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IB ROSTID SH3H3 PO
Notice of Application
- FOR -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OK LA I' li IONS,
Court of Common Pleas.
Ks Parte Petition
I lon ry Allison. Roster Al-| rot
lis. >M. Lizzie Allison Mum- | Homestead
uol Allison,Oliy Allison. ; -in Kculund j
(j cor go Allison, Lewis Alli- Personal
son, William Allison ?ind Property.
Nunnie Allison, Petition- J
Notice is hereby Ki von that the above
named potionors have made upplical ion,
by petition, to the Mast r, to htlVO a
Hoinestoad uppraised nnd set off to t hem
in the real anil personal prnpcrtv where
of Aesop Allison died scDod and nos?
C. I>. BA UKSDA LR,
Master, I., e.
August li?, 1880. 4i,
Tho repairs on tho Milton Bridge,
across Little River, will 1)0 let at
the lowest bidder according to
specifications presented at said let
ting on tho 12th day of August next,
j at 12 o'clock A. M.*, at said bridge.
J. L. CRAWFORD,
r. c. L. c.
duly 29, 188(1 52 ;lt
Although there, wore somt
tins Space, for my Safety, I 1
yet in me, ami, 1 am full
If you doubt Call nt m
IN THF. FOLLON
S Fine French Diagonal and Wes
ted Suits, which I formerly sold ?it
#28.00 now cut down to $20.00.
Also a Complete and Select /
from to $1;*) per Suit, that I v
My Misfortune this season cen
that ? will sell from 1 cents to tv
customer, will give thom away.
T Confess ? need Money and )
l-v?" Please pivo me just one ?ho
if not happy.
ID. UVE. I3.
Under the Be
balance of our
ction and Stylish.
a,nci :R,ioln .Allic?*'
T from us al same
roods were sent to us
r no fault
(ENS, S. C.
L a ii r ensvill e
LAURENS, S. C.
NEXT ANNUAL SKSSION BEGINS
Monday Sept. 13, 188?.
Competent Teachers in all Depart
ments. Home care taken of all
RATES OF TUITION and BOARD
Primary Department $2.00 per mo.
Academic " 3.00 " "
?'olleg Classed -1.00 " "
Music " 4.00 " u
Art " 4.00 ?? "
Board $30 per quarter*
&W For full particulars, apply
for Catalogue, or call on
ll. W. MILNER,
i apprehensions expressed, in
?eg to announce that Breath is
I v Alive to IM POUT ANT
OTT. OUST S.
y Mammoth Fashionable
A MIN E
\'IN(i GOODS :
21 American Diagonal, that cost
me 20.00, which I am selling to un
load, nt $lo.00.
assortment of Clothing, ranging
irill sell 25perccnt Discount.
tered in a lot of straw Hats
iro dollars each and if a good
?on can buy at your own figures,
w ing and you will bo content