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IiAURENS, Septembor 1. 18H?.
?flRo?al anfl Special?.
A cirons ls coming.
Our sido- wallen should bu pavod.
"Motlior ! i Hilliard dances" aro Un? lu
test iu Lexington.
N. B. DIAL, Esq., is building " reil
douce, for rout, ?ear Buckingham For
( 'mr. mullion Hi rvi?os will bo hold nt
Little River Church on next Sabbath,
A twelve-year-old daughter of M TH.
I MA HI; I, I, A A ii M KT no N u died on tho 22d
ul t., of mcniiigcliH.
In a short while our post?nico will bo
a ?rd Chuts, with the Poimustor appoint
ed by tho Prosidont.
Mr. J. H. THATNHAM and Capt. JOHN
M O? I UK havo ooiiiiuoiicod tho erodion of
other residences In Jersey.
Th? meeting of tho Board of County
Commissioners has hoon changed from
tho 7th pros., to Tuesday, 14th of Sep
The Railroad Commission passod op
tho tlroonvlllo ?fe Lnurona road on tho
24th Inst., and pronounce*? lt ready for
Wc call especial ut ton timi to an article
from Cob Butler, lu reply to some of
the chnrgos mudo by Capt. TILLMAN in
his speech at this place.
Mr. W. W. JONKS hun had his elegant
residence, on Uar per Street, Inclosed by
n neat fence, which adda greatly to thc
appearance of his place.
Tho readers of THF AnVRRTISKIt will
welcome thc appoaranco of a letter from
our highly oHtccntod correspondent from
Dorroh, the world renowned "Joe
The Po8tofn.ee at this place has boon
moved Into the room formerly occupied
by J. H. COOPSK ?SE CO., lu tho Tadd
Block, Main Street. It will bo flited
That portion of Malu Street h ading
from the O., L. <t S. Depot is being mac
adamised. Thc rocks wero hauled by
the railroad and the city council aro
It was tho intention of TlIB AnvKU
TISBR to give a synopsis of the speech
es made at tho oponlngof the campaign ,
but aftor attending several meetings and
taking notes, wo find this impractica
Thc bank building has received finish
ing touches from the skilled lomon of
Mr. 0. BUROXBM. Ii ls conveniently ar
ranged and everything ls put up de
cently and in order. Operations woro
commenced on Monday last.
Mrs. H. J. SMITH, a highly rospoctod
and much beloved lady, died nt tho resi
lience of her son-lt-law, Mr. J. F.
BROWN, last Monday morning. Mrs.
SMITH was a sister of Col. H. W. HALL,
of this placo. She loaves a large circle
offlrlonds and relativos to mourn her
Wo learn that n lump exploded in Voe
bands of Miss ALMA LANKOKU, daugh
ter OT Mr. J. W. LANFOKD, of Lan lord
Station, on Thursday, '??Uh Inst., inflict
ing painful burns upon tho young lady,
anil ids?) her father, who assisted in sub
duing tuc Humes.
Capt. S. S. DwiatffT has revisited Ids
punition on tho O., L. A 8. Railroad und
accepted Hint of chief engineer of tho
Cheotor, Greenwood A Abbeville Hoad.
He will enter upon his duties on the lu
of Sept., but will not, we aro glad to say,
chango his residence for the present u
Last week the A nv KUI i s i: a loca.,
strolled Into tho wagon yard of MINTEI
A .1 A M i KsoN. A largo and well-arranged
yard, with two rows of stables, having
feed-rnoks, troughs, Ac, for thu accom
modation of customers, has boen fitted
up In rear of their establishment. This
is a great convenience to the public, and
one that will be appreciated.
Rev. J. Y. FAin, formerly of tho
Presbyterian Church st this place, who
left several weeks ago lu answer to a
call from the Second Presbyterian
Church of Charlotte, N. C., has boen
unanimously called by that Church, and
and as an evidenco of the confldenco
and esteem of tho congregation, after
bearing him, they raised his salary to
$2,000 a year.
Mr. F.DWAim K. BRITTON, fortnorly of
tho Laurensville Female College, now
principal of the Graded School, at Ben
nettsvillo, S. C., passed through Colum
bia yosterday en route for Wilson, N. C.,
where ho loads to tho altar Miss NORA
tho charming daughter of ex-Senator
Dr .R. W. KINO.-Columbia Record.
THU A I>VKtu mult sends congratula
on Friday last, Mrs. ANNA Wm,
wife of Mr. KNOOH WF.MT, who has hoon
an Invalid for several months, died
Of consumption. Mrs. WKST wa? a
daughter of Mr. JOHN LANPOAD. She
was a most estimable lady, and a Con
sistent member Of thc Bnptint Church.
Tho bereavod family and friends of the
deceased have the heartfelt sympathy
of this entire community.
A Reokitss Oltlson.
On Friday last a negro boy found him
self the possessor of a %lf> 00 watch, and
almost simultaneously, Mr. Gb W. In
wiN, of this place, discovered that a
similar article had left his possession.
Tho nogro, not having a special uso for
such an e*.penslv? watch, eovonantod,
bargained and sold ?aid watch to a com
panion of the same pursuaslon, for tho
full sum of one dollar, receiving twenty
por cent- of the purchase money In cash
?nd tho balance on a crodit of three
uionthe. The watch was found and re
turned, the thief caught, tried, and up
on his own confession, convicted. Ho
now occupies . room ?n hotel Ballow
and would be pleated to receive callers
from 6 to 0- P. M., for the next thirty
Wo submit that for such an offunoe,
ono good, sound thrashing, on the pub
lic square, wot ld havo a moro whole
aomo moral offoct, and at the aamo time
bo less expensive. We refer the ques
tion, however to the farmers' clubs
throughout the County for their con
alderatlon at their noxt mooting. At
tho risk of being called cruel, barbarous,
oto., wo would suggest a similar punish
merit for breaches of ooo tr ?ct ?nd a few
Other rot fy ofTonco-.
Mrs. KATIK HOLLAND liss roturnoU to
Capt. ELDRED HIM KINS and family nra
ou a visit to Edgc?eld.
Miss SARAH CAHPMAY, of Charleston,
ls spending somo time at this place.
Prof. lt. W. MILNEU, who han boon
spending a few waoks in Virginia, han
Col. ROBERT MCCACQHRIN, President
of Nowberry National Rank, spout HOV
eral days in town last week.
Mr. .ir. ii- ROWLAND and family, ol'this
County, and Dr. J. T. POOLE, of Cross
Anchor, SpartanburgCounty, will inovo j
lo this place as soon an their houses aro
M issen BUCHANAN and Rion of (1 iron
wood, Misa MINNIE COPELAND of Roy
nosa, Misson FANNIE BOYD aud SALLIE
PITTS of Clinton, aro visiting at Mr.
JOHN H. COPELAND'S.
J. F. Martin, W. J. Hunter and Ed
ward Sitgreaves havo gouo No.ith to
purchase thop* Fall stock of goods, and
YV? A. Jamit-Bon will lea VO today for tho
Tho P?calo at Shiloh.
On Thursday last, lt was our prlviloge
to attend a most delightful picnic at
Shiloh Church, in Dial's Township.
About 500 persons, among whom wero
devoted mothers with thoir prnttUng 1
babes; aged sires, who in days gono by
bavo watohod the gathering of many a j
political storm, and participated In moro
i than ono social rovolution; fair dam
?els with their gallant beaux, wcro soon
dotted through tho lovely groves, be
neath shadod howers, discussing mat
ters of gravo Importance. Tho ubiqui
tous candidato, with his so-callod strik
ers, c >uld bo soon in closo confab with]
voters, probably promising thom forty
acres and a mulo, if olecte.t.
Those ongaged in thc campaign havo
unqualitidly given the palin to Shiloh
for the most pleasant day of tho season.
The committee of arrangements could
have added nothing moro to tho pleasure
of their guests.
Tho occasion was tho celebration of
tho anniyersary of the Shiloh Farmers'
This portion of Laurons County is bo
hind none in Intelligence, thrift und pro
gressive farming. This is undoubtodly
duo, in a largo measure, to tho spirit
which prompts the agriculturists of this
section to meet togethor ono afternoon
lu each mouth, your in and your out, to
sock improvcinoul and ploasuro in dis
cussing matters concerning their daily
labors. Tho spirit which keeps alive
this worthy organisation, will always
produce Its effect upon Hie community, I
and nowhere is it moro e.?dent than
around thc farms and homes of the mem
bers of Shiloh Club. This Club is not
ono of those ephemerul organizations,
which spring up upon tho ovo of a po
litical campaign, to dio When the excite
ment is over, hut its object is higher, no
bler and maro worthy. While the Club
doubtless enters political discussions, so
far us the issues uifoet agriculture, when
ever they seo proper, yet the discussions
ure not confined to politics.
Capt. J. H. HoMiiKUT was tho orator
of the day, but in justh u to other candi
dates for Senatorial honors, all were
Invited lo speak, upon any subject save
one Involving the issues of thia cam
paign. Mr. .lons C. DAVIS, Col. JAS.
FARROW, Capt. J. U. IIOMIIRRT ami Col.
T. R. CREWS spoke in tho morning. In
tho afternoon, vir. W. L. Un AY und L.
W. Si at Kl NS, Esq., delivered short, im
The speeches were not only pleasing,
und delivered in happy style, hut were j
Instructive, and if the wise counsel ami
pertinent silggoatlons arc not disregard
j ed and forgotten, the occasion will havo
a good effect.
Would that every funner in Laurens
County could see thc Importance of
j Agricultural Chins, so that they would
meet together and Strive to lesson each
I other's burdens, profit by tho experi
ence of each other, and create an inter
est In this profession which would re
lievo it of UH drudgery and make it a
I profession of honor, profit und pleasure.
Three children of A. D. Owens huvo
been quite 111.
A child of John W. Turner, aged .1
years, died on the 25th inst.
The weather is hot ami sultry, cotton
is improving, and the nopes of tho far
mer uro now very high.
We are anticipating n grund time on
the 1st day of September, when tho can
didates will visit us und ventilate their
ideas on tim political questions of the
day. In ordor to koop th? people in a
good humor and to allow tho aspirants
for political honors to oiwertuln their
friends, there will bo a barbecue dinner
on that day, gotten up by Mrs. S. Y.
Simpson and others, and we feel safe in
promising that it will be a fenst indeed.
The proceeds of tho barbecue will go to
the schoolhouse. Methinks I can now
hear tho refrain of tho candidate as ho
meets the laboring man, and sings, as
he grasps Iii* hand:
"Howdy, howdy, liow-dy do.
How's your wife and how ure yon?
Nothing half so well lits my palm,
As the homey hand of thc working
0. M. 8.
Mis? Rosa Rowland is sick with ct nial.
Fodder pulling sooms to ho tho order
of tho day.
Mr. Haddon will protract his scrvicos
from tho4th Sabbath.
Mrs. Thad Taylor is quito elck at till?
writing; also, Mrs. Lewis Compton.
We have had picnics all around us, hut
none In our midst. Stipposo wo maka
We had tho pleasure of worshipping
at bees? ill? lust Sahl.alli. Tho Rev. Mr.
MeElh*\nlo, from Cedar Springs, preach
ed on I od occasion.
The Rev. D. A. Todd will begin a se
ries of meetings, Saturday before th? 3d
Ruth Ho? land, the little girl who wss
t: badly frightened and bruised last
week, In a runaway soi apo, la Improv
There is a good desi of Sickness In
this part of tho country; mostly chills
Miss Mattie Sloan, of Spartanburg
County, la visiting tho famUy of Mrs.
Minis. Wish she hod brought some of
her Spsrtanhurg beaux down.
The nourishing school st this place,
taught hy Miss Sallie Corbet, of your
town, continues tn lneresso-"ftvo new
?AN8 VOM BMA8B.
Lard Sat u rd uv wu? anotlior gala day
for CotitorvlHo. The tanners' club there
had arranged for ti mans mooting and
picnic and tho neighborhood generally j
had hoon Invited to participate. .Satur
day morning a large crowd hud SSSelll
bled and at ll o'clock the mooting waa
eallod to order by VTee-Prosidoiit (I. NV.
Culbertson. After soma lOtnarka tho
president introduced Capt. B. Hum- ]
hort, who had been Invited to address |
the mooting. Capt. Humbert made a
very Interesting and instructive speoch
on agriculture, and wan listened to very
attentively bv the audience. Capt. <J.
W. Shell wan thou Introduced and made
a pleasing and Instructivo speech. Tho
mooting was then adjourned for dinner.
About 260 men, women and children
partook of tho bountiful dinner which
imd boon prepared by tho good ladles of
tho community. After dinner a politi
cal mooting was held for tho benefit of
the candidates, and addrossos woro
made hy Hon. .1. II. Humbert, Hon. J.
II, Wharton, lion John M. Hudgons
and othors. Kverybodv enjoyed thoni
selvos and another happy day utCentor
vlllo was passod.
We observed at the picnic
That prohibition does not prevail hore.
That the prospoots are flattering for
more weddings soon.
That smoking cigars ia thought by
somo boys to bo a gentlemanly out.
That Contorvlllo has never failed in a
That thc farmers' organization, kept
free of politics, will prove a great beno
That tho pcoplo of I'entcrvillc are very
That some young men are more popu
lar with tin; young ladies than othors.
Maj. H. N. Cuningham paid our town
a visit ono day lust week.
Mr. J. II. Nickola has a pet bunch of
grans, which ho says measures seven
feet from tip to tip.
M*. T. J. Boyd msdo a flying visit to
Augusta last wonk.
Mr. Caspar Smith is having a ne*\t
iron fence built in front of his mansion.
Wo hud thc pleasure of meeting Mr. J.
I). M. Shaw while in town Inst woek.
Mr. Wash Floyd, of Newnerry, ami
Mrs. Joel Smith, of Mt. ? allagber, sro
?Visiting Mr. Caspar Smith.
Our young men who attended the bar
becue and base-ball at C. H. Kuller'*, on
last Saturday exton J to Mr. Willie Aus
I tin, their thanks for a delicious troat of
I wstormellons and other kindness shone
them willie in bis town.
M. H. Wells, has onoof the curiosities of
the age, in tho shape of a chicken Willoh
hus two perfect bends and four legs.
Mr. Joo Feoreo of this iowa, says he
liss two acres of cotton that w ill make
two halos to tba acre.
[Crowdod out of last issue.j
Crops In this section are looking flue.
Dr. Taggot, of G roon wood, visited
friends at thia pince last week.
Wo were pleased to see the familiar
face of ?LT. Ligon in town lust week.
Mrs. Dr. Hu thor ford, of Newberry, is
visiting the family of A. K. Naneo, of
Mrs. T. N. Parks, of thin piuco,I* visit
ing friends and relut I VOS near Plinks- ?
Miss Ida Adams, ol' Cross lilli. Isl
spending somo time with thc family oft
K. J. Dendy.
Mr. willie Andrews, of bradley, is'
visiting the family of H<>\. lt. W. Sey
mour, ol' t his place.
Misses I.i/./.ie Culham and Kate Cobb, j
of Greenwood, are visiting the family of
Mr. Frank Cobb, ol'Ibis place.
At a recent election, hold here on the
Huh, Maj. T. 13, Anderson was elected
Intendant, to lill thc unexpired term of
Capt. D. W. Anderson, resigned.
Mr.J.T. Harris is at his old business
again, and seems to be at home, making
brick, with which he says ho intends to
build an "Opera House."
Dr. J. ti. Wilber and Kev. H. w. Sey
mour have had wells dug on their prem
ises. Dry town, but plenty of water.
While our friend "Hill Arp" was wait
ing for Hie traill hen? Sunday, ho waa
heard to suy to one of tho buehelors of
tho place that there were two things a
mun ought to do, and that wus either
plant trees or murry, and his advi to
him is to plant tree?.
Onoof our young men happenod to
see a young lady on tho car ihe other
day while it waa waiting for tho fa.st
I; .ul, and taking udvuntago of the op
portunity, ho stepped on board and com
menced a pleasant conversation. When
the time came for the train to leave, he
walked to the roar end, us he had been
accustomed to do, to get ofT. Hut tho
conductor had taken in the situation,
and ho and the onglneer held a consulta
tion, and when (ho train got on tho
m.iio line, he pulled the throttlo open
and our young friend, when last seen,
waa looking in the direction of hin
mother's, as If ho was taking a farewell
look at home and its surroundings.
State ot Sooth ?arolina.
COUNTY OF L A U It SS,
IN PROBATE COU HT.
Whereas, John H. Powers has applied
to me for Ix?ttors of Administration on
tho K.state rn'Samuel ti, Power, dee'd.
These are therefore to cito and admon
ish all and singular tho kindred ftjtd
creditors of aaid deceased, to bo and ap
pear beforo ino at a Court of Probate, to
no hoi h o nt my orneo at I.aurona O. H.,
on the Oth dav of Soptemhor, 1866, at 10
o'clock, A. Nf., to showeauHO, If any they
can, why letters should not be grauted.
Given under my bund and e.d this,
tho 26th day of August, lKHfi.
A. W. ffl HNSIDK, J. r. L. 0.
Aug. 25th 1S86 4 2t
ALL overseers of Public High
ways in th? County of Laurens are
hereby notified to call out tholr
road workers and put each of tho
public roads In good condition at
once; and all roads not put In good
condition by the first of .September
next, the law will bo enforced
against all parties refusing to work
on said roads; and each Huporvi
sors of the townships of thc Coun
ty will direct and see that said
public Highways aro put in good
J. W. LITTLE,
V. ?. f. F? C.
Aug. 1H, 188? lit
For announcements uncior Ibis hou<l
:'.<'<) must bo paid in ndvauoo.
We are authorized to announce.
JAMES FARROW, ESQUIRE, tts it
omiubite for tile Semite from
Laurena County, subject to tito de
cision of tito approaching Primary
Hoing well acquainted with tho
political record of CA IT. JOHN C.
DAVIS, and knowing bim to bo a
roasonanlo and consistent reformer,
Identified In theory ami in practise
with tho agricultural interests of
tho country, und, true to (?very trust
commit! ?d to his charge, wo take
pleasure in announcing him ns a
Candid! to for tho Senate, in the
coming Primary Election.
MANY cruz F NS.
CAPT. J. H. HUMBERT, is here
\ by declared a candidato for the
j Sonate fronitbis County to tho State
Legislature,subject to the Primary
Election. His record in tho past
hus boon such as that wo know that
if the people call bim to this impor
tant position, ho will accept tho
trust, and discharge tho duties
j thereof to the best Interest ol' tho
! whole people.
? MANY FRIENDS and FARMERS
Tho name of Cor,. T. H. CREWS
is respectfully submitted asa Can
didate for tho Sonate of South Car
olina, subject to tho result of tho
Col. CRT AV H is a representative
man, is a working man, and withal
is tho exponent of tho laboring
classes, and his candidacy has boon
encountered by a strong indication
MANY FA RM KUS.
FOR THE EEO TSE A TERE.
DR. JOHN R. SMITH ls hereby
declared to bo a candidate for seat
in tho House of Representatives
for tho state of South Carolina, sub
ject to the action of tho primary
election. Dr. Smith bas always
boon foremost in all movements of
retrenchment and reform in our
State and County, ami is well able
to inaugurate such legislation as
will bo best calculated to advance
tho general agricultural interest of
our people, with wbiob Interest bo
is closely Intent! Hud and in deep
sympathy. This announcement is
made without his knowledge or
I Mn. EDITOR:- As representa
tive suggestions aro now in order,
ami without disparaging the claims
or merits of any other candidate
wlio bas or may offer, wo respect
fully submit tho name of one who,
if the people want a man thoroughly
identified with their every interest,
?mo who cannot bo persuaded by
wrong Influences, and withal bus
a record and experience as a legis
hitor, that man is the HON. JOHN
M. HUDOEN8. We trust he will
! not decline to accept his nomina
I lion. MANY FRIENDS.
THO record of Coi,. J. II. WU A H
TON, in the last Legislature, will
show that in e**ory instance, he
? favored economy and reform. We
1 therefore recommend bim as a
; suitable Candidato for the Legis
lature, subject to tho Primary
I Election. WATERLOO.
FOR JUDGE OE PRORA TE.
1 respectfully announce myself
as a Candidate for Hie office of Pro
bate Judge-subject to the Primary
S. W. VANCE.
Coi.. A. W. BURNSIDE, is res
pectfully announced as a Candi
date for re-eloctlon to the office of
Judge of Probate, subject to the
SI 'HOOL COMM I SS I OX ER.
I respectfully announce, myself
as a candidato for tho office of
School Commissioner for Laurens
County, subject to tho result of tho
TIKIS. P. BYRD.
Tho friends of MAJ. H. 8. GRIF
FIN most respectfully announce,
bim as a Candidato for re-election
to tho office of School Commissioner.
J. W. PETERSON, is respect
fully announced as \ Candidate for
the office of County Treasurer-sub
ject to the Primary Election.
Tho friends of Mr. JOHN H.
COPELAND, would respectfully
announce him a Candidate for re
election, to tho office of County
Treasurer, subject to tho Primary
FOR AC HITOR.
The name of (i. M. LANGSTON,
ls respectfully announced as a Can
didate for re-election to tho office
ofCounty Auditor-subject to tho
Notice of Settlement and
By permission of A. W. Burn
side, Judge of Probate, I will settle
the estate of David Reed, deceased,
at his office at Laurens C. H., on
tho 20th of Septembor, 1886, nt 10
o'clock A. M., and at thc same tlnio
will apply for a final discharge.
All persons having demands
against said estate aro norcby noti
fied to present the same in duo
form, on or before said day, or be
forever barred. And all Indebted
aro required to make payment by
A. I). OWENS,
Aug. ls, 1**6 .1 4t
And on reasonab
They are Nice
You can get suit, or pt
figures paid elsewhere
and 3VClast Q-o to
J.J. Pl.Uss. J. YV KKKOVMBN
Tho old Arin of lloyd, Pluss & G?.
having dissolved by mutual ooa
sont, the undersigned have formed
a co-partnership and will keep a
full Stock of Family Orocerfos and
Wc uro also AgtS, for Wando Fer
tilizer und Aeio Phospnte.
gjtT Mr, Pluss, in behalf of th*
old Firm, takes this opportunity to
extend his thanks for past favors,
and now solicits for th? now firm
a liberal patronage.
Our friends will please notice
that wo occupy tho handsome brick
building of Mr. O. F. Little, on the
corner of Main and Harper .Street*
where we will be glad to wolcott*
PLUSS <t FERGUSON.
Lauron?, S. C., Jan. 2">, 188?.
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July ll, 18KG
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens,
IN COURTOF COMMON PLEAS.
Koah Cannon, Plaintiff aggains .snoina
Patterson, I.owis W. Patterson. Jam?n
E. Patterson, Joseph E. Patterson indi
vidually, and ns administrator of tho
catato of E. S. Patterson, dee'd., and an
executor of will of P. A. Patterson.doe'd
Caroline Shields, Martha Canh, Heater
Mo Aber, Elisabeth Bullington. Maay
Colo, Cacar P. Cannon, Flora Cannon.
Jonah Bryant, Dolla Brooks, Klla Lan
ford, Alien Quin, Emma Popo. E. P.
Goodwin, Seaborn Parka, Defendants.
Summons for Belief. Complaint Not
You aro hereby amtnraoned ?nd re
quired to answer tho complaint in thia
action, which waa filod In tho oflloo of
tho Clerk of tho Court of Common Plea?,
Aug. 2d, 1S88, for tho said County, and to
servo a ropy of your answor to aaid com
plaint on tho subscribers at their office
at Laurena C. 11., 8. C., within twonty
days alter the aorvleo hereof, exelnalyo
of the day of auch aorvleo; and if you
fall to answer the complaint within the
timo aforosald, the plaintiff in thia ac
tion will apply to th? court for the rc
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Aug. 2, A. P., 18S6.
[IM a.] G. W. Hii?i.r"e. c. c. p.
HASKELL A DIAL,
To Caroline Shields, MarthaCath, Hester
McAbee. Mary Onie, Jonah Bryant,
Dolla Brooks, Ella lynford. Alice
Quinn. Emma Poj?e: Tajko notice that
t he co o i ptiii nt in tho above stated cane
was tiled In the ofll e of tho Clerk of
tho Conrtof Oom mon Pleas for Laurens
Oountv, State of South Carolina, Aug. 2d,
HASKELL A DIAL,
?:.t :r> :A
le terms, all the
Garments. Good Selc
iranteed "to Poor
trt of suit, on O RED!
3 in CASH. These <
sion; are sold fe
make room for
CE -A-ISTID ?E3S3 FC
Notice of Application
- FOR -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
Court of Common Pleas.
Kr Parte ) Petition
Henry Alllnon, Hester Al- | for
lison, Llz7.i1? Alltnon Hain- j Homeatead
ucl Allison, Guy Alli'*.m. in Kcal and
George. Alllnon, L?win Alli- j Personal
Non, William Allison ?nd I Property.
Nnnmo Allison, Petition- J
Notice ls herehy niven that tb? abov?
mimed petioners have made application,
by petition, to the MMt.tr, to have a
itninpHtoiid apprninod und Hot off to them
In the real and personal proportv where
of A enop Allinon died Helled and poa?
C. I). BARKSDALK,
MaMter, I., c.
AugURt 19, 1SS6. 4t.
The building of a new Bridge at
McDaniel's Mill, across Bnbun
Creek, in Waterloo Township, wdll
bc let to the lowest bidder, on 8at
urday, the 28thday of August, at
12 o'clock M, 188G, with the right
to reject any hid; said Bridge let
according to specifications that will
be presented at the time of letting
JAS. L. CRAWFORD,
Aug. 18, 1880 8t
Although there were som
thia Space, for my Safety, I
yet in me, and, I ara ful
TR,.A.IST ss A
If you doubt Call at m
IN THE FOLLOW
8 Fine French Diagonal and Wos
ted Suits, whleh I formerly sold at
?28.00 now cut down to $20.00.
Also A Complete and Select i
from $3 to $15 per Suit, that I i
My Misfortune this season cet
that I will sell from 1 cent tot^
customer, will give them away.
I Confess I need Money and i
X&T Please pivo me just one ah?
if not happy.
rx IM:. :E*
Under the Be
I*ALXJ?JDNt3, . -
balance of our
?ct?on and Btflith,
' etna. Rioh JkU?L&,
IT from its* At flame
Groods were sent to ?af
>r no fault
I M. , i Issi T-1 'imm 1 aaa?h?sl?a1s??sfr
Laurens Vii le
.# Female tMe0??>
LAU HORMS, S. C.
NBXTAm'AL BKSSIOX Baoiva.
Monday S*pt. 1?, 1KM.
Competent Teachers In all Dopart*
menta. Home car? takan of fcit
HATES OF TUITION and BOARD
Primary Department I2.O0 pvt m?v
Academic ? *.00 ? .
College Class?e *kQO * *
Music " 4.00 . .
Art ? 4.00 ? ?
Board 130 par q
jpflT" For full partlcalare, apaljr
for Catalogue, or call on
o apprehensions expresAou, m'
l>eg to announce that Broath it'
ly Miva to IM PORTAIT
iy Mammoth Fashionable*
IV I NO GOODS:
21 American Diagoaal, tb'ftt ?aaa
rn? 20.00, which I aaa o?Uiprtfe-*f
load, at $1,1.00.
Assortment of Clothing, raW|j*jfc'
wil! ?ell 25 per cont Oisoouftfc,
it?rer! in * lot of straw Jfciy
wo dollars each and if .? good'
you can buy mt your flirt'-tignm.
iw?y^jttd you will V* f*nt?tt