Newspaper Page Text
LAURENS, September 8, IHKO.
allo?al and l>p?Gial>,
Mr?. J. S. Hix Ls said to bu serriously
Dr. lt. F. POSEY vlalted Union, last
Mian Kwto bark la visiting friends in
Cn A ni,?? O. CHIWI ia visiting his
Mr. H. J. IC VA NM leaves for Roanoke,
Va., this week.
Col H. Y. SIMPSON baa returnod from
Mr. W i NT A H ?ABY, visited Capt. J. W.
WATTS last week.
Mr. A. L. ADAMS and family aro on a
visit from Troy.
Rev. W. 1*. JACOBS h na returned from
lils tour in Kuropo
Mrs. J. Wi WATTS has returned from
a visit to Newberry?
Mr. L. G. BALLS loaves thia week for
tho Northern markets,
Mrs. W. II. GILKKKSON baa returned
from a visit to Cokosbury.
Mr. ENOCH WEST is at his old stand at
Dr. J P. SIMPSON'S store.
Mra. S?E NV. SIMPSON has returned
from a visit to Cross Hill,
Mr. J. J. Piusa and vile have returned
from a visit to Tennessee.
Misses KM M A and LAU HA Di A I. made
n visit to town on Friday.
J/rs. Sprowl, ot* Kotuv, (?a., is visiting
nt Dr. John A. Darksdale's.
Mrs. Plin'be Farley returned to her
homo in S par tanbar g last week.
3/iss Tal lu I ii Irby has returned from n
visit to New York and Virginia.
Mrs. JONES, o 'Cokesbury, is visiting
tho family of Mr. W. W. JoNBH.
Miss Bouiah :ironakor, of Newberry,
is visiting Mrs. II inn mood's family.
Mr. FRANK WILSON and Wife of New
bery, are visiting relatives In town.
Dr. P. H. Connor is back from Cokes
bury, and oan bo found at hts office,
with improved implements, anti bottor
prepared for work than ever.
Mr. L. J. JONES, of Newbery, was in
town last week on professional business.
Rev. E. 0. Fm BUBON, of Norfolk, Va.
preached in the Presbyterian Church on
Capt. BETRBA, of Marlon, visited his
brother-in-law, Mr. L. 12, FARLEY last
Miss. FANNIE WARPLA W. of NewberVi
ia visiting tho faullv of Mr. LEWIS W.
?Si M K I NS.
Prof. and Mrs. KlBRULFF. and little
daughter have returned from their Sum
Mrs. ROBT. BBB and children, of Char
leston, aro visiting tho family of Mr. J.
Mr. J. H. THAYNHAM ami P, A. SIMP
SON left on Thursday In i for New York
and other Northern markets.
Mr. JonN N. WlilORT and family and
N. J, HOLMES, Esq., returned from
Cashier's Valley, on Thursday.
Capt. Jon N ll- PATRICK waa in town
town last week looking after tho inter
est of ida school in Oreonville.
Mrs FANNIE BAXTER and daughters,
MismosX>L*CY and FANNIE, aro visiting
tile family of l>r. J. A. BARKSDALE.
Mr. ti. B. ANUKKSON has moved his
?toro Into tim No 2. Boyd block. Mr.
J. W, FOWLER has moved Into the No 2.
Nomlnoe for Lieut. Gov. Dr. W. L.
M AI; LOIN was In town on Thursday on
bis way from tho Congressional Conven
tion at Spartsuburg.
Miss Mattlo Burnside ana Miss Ma
mie Ferguson returned on Saturday
from a summer vacation at A shev'lie
and other places tn western North Caro
Some people in Brooklyn HM still
camping in tents.
Mr. W. L. GRAY ls making improve
ments on his dwelling.
Typhoid fever ls said to bo raging in
the city of Spartanburg.
Dr. W. H. DIAL'S rcsidenco, on Main
Street, ls nearing completion.
Miss. LEILA WILKES has returned
from a vacation to tho mountains'
Thc Laurens Male Academy will soon
bo repaired and supplied with now fur
Second-hand School Hooks bought
and sold at Wilkes' Book and Drug
Thoreoont earthquakes have given an
impetus to religious meetings among
tb.' colored people tn town.
Marrlod, hy Hov. J. Di Pitts, at thc
reaidenee of the bride's father, Mr. J. M.
Murty and Mian Lidio M. Sax in, Aug.
Hon. W. II.PBRRV has been unani
mously re-nominated for Congross from
this thc 4th Congressional District.
Tho Congressional Convention for the
3rd District has adopted tho primary
plan of nominating their next congress
Tho citlxons of Laurons met in tho
Court HOUHOon Saturday, and raised by
contribution, two hundred dollars for
tho sufferers lu Charleston.
Tho solontlsts say thrt tnoso people
Hying In wooden buildings need not
have any apprehension of danger from
the prosent earthquakes.
Tho Inspection of tho Laurens Guards
by Ooo. M. L. BONHAM, Adj? tant and
Inspector General, will take placo in
tho near furture. As this company
will be among tho first Innpected by thia
offleor. wo hope that our boys will mnko
A orcditablo display.
Tho negro women lb and Km Gore,
who woro Convicted nt tho February
term of the court, of an assault and bat?
tory on Chlef-of-Polico Kicbelhurger,
returnee! on Saturday from the Peniten
tiary, having sorved out their torm of
punishment, and being SVeJl ploasod
with their treatment there.
Major HnoKii sends the following dis
patch in amover to Cob H. W. DALI.' -
message to draw for $2*>, donated by the
?dtlxon* of oar townt
CHA BLEST ON, S. C..
September Sd, 1??.
T > IL W. Pulli .Thank? te cltlaens of
JiS irons for donut lon. Wt51 di nw.
WM. K. HI GER,
Mayor pro tem.
Tho following ls a list of Potit Jurors
drawn to sorvo at tho Soptomber Term
of Court, on 3u Monday, Judge FKA/.KK
A. Y. Motes, VV. H. Drummond,
S. ll. Goggans, ll. C. Fuller, W. M.
Mahon, Jas. W. Bolt, J. R. Wad
kins, rt. A. Philson, W. W. Warson,
W. G. Gumbrell, J. Anderson Jones,
W. 8. Pearson, James Downey, J.
P. Sloan, R. Y. J. Elledge, B. F. Ar
nold, J. Preston Little, Tom lt. Ow
ens, J. rttobo Bolt, John C. Cluck,
Sam. P. Coates, M. II. Curry, W. L.
Ferguson, Jas. II. South, julius A.
Knight, rt. D. Mahaffey, .las. VV.
Goodman, Jas. I.. Kay, Jus. It. Wil
lis, Jas. Todd, I. I). Pittman, Ben).
1). Benson, II. K. T. Bonds, J. ii.
HollingHWortb, Janies Sillier,
Gaines fl. Hay.
Tho protracted mooting at Now Pros
pect dosod last Tuesday with 20 nov
names enrolled. Our beloved pastor,
Kev. .lames Martin preached some ex
cellent sermons. Ho is ono of tho most
faithful and successful workers wo have.
Mr. tl. M. Allison, who has for aoine
time been very sick, I am happy to say,
ls improving. Wo hope soon to soo him
at bis post , for ho has been sadly missed.
Wo havo been under tho impression
that it was ugainst tho law for any per
son t o bc arrested outside tho corporate
limits of the town, but it is certainly
not the paso here. I soo that ??no of the
officials of your town hi's succeeded, to
some extent, in capturing ono <>r our
"fair ones," but alas! wo never can tell
how BUOll arrests omi every timo.
Miss P.ulalia Cunningham, who for
some time been visiting herc, will soon
return to Power, her future homo.
We wore pleased to sec in our midst, a
few ?lays ago, Mr. Dave Palentino and
lady, of Poplar Springs,
The school al this place will soon close.
Miss Minnie Finley, one of Waterloo's
yoting ladies, was on a visit last week
to M ?ss'lossie Fl ll loy.
Madden's is increasing In popularity.
Many ladles and no beaux, (OXCopI
Wo have had the ploasuro of Boeing
many ol'our friends during lb?' pnsl fow
days, amongst whom were Misses Ida,
Minnie and Viola Cunningham, of Lis
bon; Miss lilla Hoyd, of Milloo; Miss
Kinma lloyd and Brother, of Newberry. ;
Miss Mattie IludgOtlS, of Coonee, is
Visiting the family of Capt. James Hud
gens, but Will, we learn, leave fur lier
home in a day or two.
Messrs. Addie Pramlett and Pink Mar
tin, of your town, were out oil U prospec
ting tour some! i inc since. I am glad to
say, prospects mood,
Messrs. Mos ?a and Pol Haddon gave us
Us a call on la*.l 'Tuesday < \ 0
Miss Mamie Henderson is on a visit
to tho family of Prof. J, A. Haddon.
"strikes" in thia community aro quito
common, capet ially among school teach
1 am afraid your yothful correspond
ent will be Uko tt DIUShrum- spring up
in a night.
Died on tho inornig of Aug. 20th,
Claud M., Infant son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Robert McDaniel. Tho bereft parents
have our sympathy in their iifnictlon.
Mr. Henry Boyd is quito sick nt this
writing, but we hope bo will soon re
Mrs. J. A. Cul bert son, of Center Point,
who has been sick Tor some time, is
thought to i?* improving.
Messrs, J. lt. and II, ll. Watkins, w ho
havo hoon spoin!lng some time in this
section, have returned to linnea i ith.
Miss Ollie Culbertson is visiting her
father, Mr. J. N. Culbertson, of Water
Miss Tankie Culbertson ls spending a
wook with her Histor, Mrs. .J. A. Cul*
Miss Sue Owings, of Fairfield, ls visit
ing her slater, Mrs. H. P. Milam,
Miss Lillie Downey is visiting over lu
Ridge Settlement this week, attending
tho protracted meeting,
Mr. ami Mia. Hiram Culbertson, of
Poi/er, is visiting Mr. lt. H. Culbertson.
Mr. W. L. Murgon* have been spend
ing several days In this section, return
ed to Piedmont a few dayl ago.
Ur. George M. McDaniel has his dwel
ling about completed. Look here,
tleorge; if this is so, invite um am way.
Tho bridge across tho creek at . "?11 -
bertSOn's Old mill was let to tho lowest
bidder fm Saturday, tho 28th. Mr. W.
J. Palentino contracted for the sum of
seven hundred dollars, to bo completed
by tho 1st of November.
Messrs. Arnold A Carter are preparing
to put in operation a grist mill at this
placo. Their building is well arranged
for cotton gin, g fist ind saw mill.
The cotton crops look very promising,
bul there will not bo a full crop unless
tho fall is late.
Mr. C. M. Smith bas returned from
tho Lone Star State, where he has boen
since Christmas. Ho reports tho crops
as very sorry In thc Northern part of
tho State, where ho has made bis borne
The following beautiful and accom
plished young ladies have been visiting
fri?n.i> and relatives in Triangle, und
attended tho Sunday-school Convention
at Mr. llothel and an Association at Co
lumbla church: Misses Annie, Donnie
and lllaud MahalVey, Lida Lark, Lillie
donn and Kinma Ooodglon, of Laurens;
Minnie Henchmen, 12 ni m (I lilley, ot' Ah
beville; Denial] and Kin na Cox, of An
derson; Ma Harper an 1 Pail nie Kilmore,
of Greenville. Wo hope they had ti
pleasant sojourn in our midst.
Dr. W. It. Smith is ?pille busy practi
cing and ls rldiiiK all tho time. Ho re
ports six additions to the census. In the
mouth of August. Ho speaks of going
to the mountains for hilt health, as ho
only tips the boam to the tune of two
hundred and ten pounds.
Rev. w. H. Ariail's baby is quit? sick
with cholera Infantum.
Mr. V. J. lledkKik is very busy suo
eessfojly engaged In nicking molasses
a* this plsr?.
CROSS HI LI,.
John O. Turnor has been quito ll).
Tho wlftj of John H. Pinson Is very ill
with malarial fever.
Tho family of W. P. Turner havo been
ill, but r.ro now botter.
Thove is a Rood (leal of ?lok noss In the
community, but weare glad to loa* i'
that none of tho canes ari' of a very se
Tho car.nquako shock ?'reatod a great
?leal of excitement amt alarm on Tues
day night, tho 31st of August. We nro
triad to reportth.it 'here wore no casual
ties, and tho damnge done to buildings
consisted in throwing Hom? brick oft'
high chimneys. Tbetlrst shock was
felt hore about 15 minutos after nine
o'clock P. M., and in the space of halt
an hour we oounted ti ve distinct shocks.
There were several lighter shocks after
wards for 24 hours. When old mother
earth quakes and trembles, man feels
his utter helplessness.
Wednesday, September 1st, was tho
most exciting and lively day WO have
had at Cross Mill since is;>;. The candi
dates, the barboouo, the railroad and
earthquake drew r.n Immense or.?nd <>r
men, women and children. Tho candi
dates for Senate and House occupied
tho entire tuno in ventilating their Ideas
to the people, and the candidate for
OOUntV OffloOS were entirely crowded |
out, but they can console thomsolvos !
that Homo of them w ill be elected all tho
The aspirants for Legislative honors
talked retro ichmont ami reform all tho
time, and if they could mioceod in put
tine; their schemes into effect, we would
certainly have a State government that
would bo a model for cheapness.
There were several games of bsno-hall
during the day and some of the young
men not having excitement enough at
that gaine, Indnlgodltl leap-frog,muon to
the amusement of tho crowd, Wo aro
glad to noto that some are getting tired
of base-ball. Wo would suggest that
pitching quoits, or oven horse shoes,
running races, or even mumble peg,
might give some variety to their amuse
ments, and variety is the spice of Ufo
bet us havo something besides base-ball.
J. S. Owen, who bas been spending :
some t ?ino time wit li friends near Green
wood, returned homo to-day.
MIMS Pauline Illshop of ('linton, Miss
Lula Pitts and Mr. lill ward I.urpeo of
visited friends in this section last Sun
Messrs. Goodlet, Wtllinian and Rat
son, of ( treen ville, are in this section of
the country splllr.g sewing machines.
Thad Saxon is sick with cold, so ho
says, lint something is hurting him
worse than the cold he has.
We think that thero was more praying
done in thia neighborhood last Tuesday
night, than had hoon done in threo
years before. Tho earthquake did good
here, even if wo never havo another.
We know ono man who jumped from
his bed during the first Hhock and called
his dog, thinking u boar was about to
break into his house, but finding his
misiako, hecommencoq praying.
Picnic to-day at Moore's.
('-?ps are looking promising.
No watermelons; no fr iii ; no news.
A!! things are quiet on Saluda. Props I
aro improving rapidly, and \sith favor
libio seasons und n late fall, wo mnyox
poet a fair yiold of cotton. Farmers sro
busy making up their cane.
Mr. Ft. W. Willis bas a portable en
gine ami is milking his way through the
country, to accommodate those who
wish his sorviees in grinding cane.
Wo are sorry to loam of tho illness of
I'nelo budy Hitch, who is hot expected
to live Vor y long. He ni one of Ill'OW
orton's oldest chizons, near '.HI yours ?>f
Jimmie, son of Mr. ll. S. Shumate,
had the misfortune toget his leg broken
above tho ankle, a few days ago,. Wo
hope he will soon be on 1 i> feet agni tl, aH
ho is a favorito with his ussociatos, and
a worthy boy.
I have just returned hom a tour, on a
canvass wit h the cadidates, and in tho
Easter portion of the county, on tho red
lands, cotton is (ino. Some of thc bosl
that I saw was Mr. .Josh Craig's. After
leaving Youngs, crossing the sand lamb . i
cotton ls very poor. I
Mr. W. S. Willis and wifo ure
visiting tho family of J. T. Harris
Of this place.
Miss 11 on nie Boozer, of Nowbcry,
is visiting friends and relatives at
Misses Lou Hill, and Annie Heed,
two of ('ross 1 Mil's charming young
indies, have boon spending some
time in Waterloo.
Kev N. H. Williams of Clinton,
Capt. Patrick of Greenville, (?on.
L. M. Ayer of Anderson, Dr. C.
M ?inly of < Iroen ville, attended tho
Union Meeting at this place last
Tho town council of this place
have made quite an Improvmetit
on some of tho stroots,
Mr. W. B. (?naries, of Parks vi Ile,
is visiting relativos timi friends at
Judging from tin; amount of
trips, that some of the Laurens
boys make to this place, l don't
think it will bo long before wo will
be able to furnish something for
tie hy monea I column.
Messrs. L. B, Whatley and W.
II. lloyd, of this place, are visiting
There was a match game of ball
played at Cross Hill last Wednes
day, between Waterloo and Cross
Kill, which resulted In favor of
Waterloo. The score stood 86 to
17. Our boys have begun to re
Time Intelligently given to bees
tell equally well with that given
to any other kind of farm work ;
and where too many are kept it
may bo done at such timen m pot
to Interfere with other Important
Lauro as Experiences tho Jar.
(From A Uglis tu froniclc.)
LAUHKNBS.C., Sept. l-Last night
ton minutes before io o'clock, the
people ol' Laurens wore panic strick
en by tho sudden and unexpected
shock <?t* an earthquake. In the
course of two hours there vere nt
least six perceptible shocks, the
first being tho most sovi re and
lasting about two inimit?.-. Occa
sional shocks were felt during ibo
carly morning, thc lu-t one occur
ring about half-past seven o'clock
this morning. Men, women and
children were badly frightened,and
tied in grout confusion from their
houses, some thinking it was lire,
some a cyclone and others that
Judgement l)ay had come. All
nriek houses were entirely desert
ed tor the remainder ol' the uight
Tbe negroes in bearing distance
began to yell mournfully and ut
tered cries of dist ress. They spent
the night at prayer ami joying from
house to house to relate Hie dis
tressing tale, Lamps ami vases in
dwelling houses rocked ami fell
over, bricks were thrown from the
tops of chimneys ami all brick
houses suffered more or less dam
Ugo by way ol' cracks in the plas
The H. odella Hotel probably
suffered more damage than any
other house in the town, lt ls a
new ami haitdsonio four-story
building, and, at the time, was
tilled with boarders and drummers.
The top of ol' one chimney was
thrown off, and the plastering in
several rooms was badly broken.
The hotel was deserted for the
night, but no serious damage is
discoved. The shock was pretty
much the same all over tin* county.
Our oldest citizens say it was the
severest shock they have oser felt.
STATIS SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF LA UltEXS,
COURT ol'COMMON PLEAS.
I'KKSI ANT to judgments for Sale
iii the following stated cases, I will
sell at public outcry, at Laurens C.
IL, on tSalesday in October next,
being Monday the 4th day of tho
month, the property described in
ea h easi>, upon the terms specified,
In the ease of Hewlet Sullivan
vs. Jasper C Martin.
All that lot or parcel of land
known as Lot No. 0 of the real es
tate of William MeNeeley, contain
ing Fifty-one acres, and bounded
by lands of Hewlet Sullivan, S.
Simpson, and lying on the Green
ville Hoad, in the County and State
Terms-Cash. Tb?? purchaser to
pay for papers.
Tn the case of Sarah R. IJ. Good
win vs. William W. Neill.
All that tract of lund lying, be
ing and situate In thc County and
stati' aforesaid, containing Three
Hundred acres, moro or loss, and,
bounded by lands of J. S. Rlalook,
.1. I Nelson, and ol hors.
Terms-< >no-half nf the purchase
money to bo paid cash, and the bal
ance on a credit ol' twelve month-:,
with Interes! from the day of sale,
secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgntre of the premises,
bul willi leave to the purchaser to
pay hi- entire bid in cash. The
purchaser to pay for papers.
in f he ease (>f Samuel F. Vance
vs. William W. Neill.
All that tract of land situate in
flu4 County and State aforesaid,
known as tho Thomas Neill tract,
containing Ninety-two acres, more
or less, and"bounded on tho Ras!
by lands of J. S. Rlalock, on the
South by lands of W. W. Neill, on
the West by lands of Mrs. Mary
Nelson, on tho North by lands of C.
Terms-One-half of the purchase
money to be paid cash, ami the
ba'a ii ce on a credit of twelve months
with Interest from the day of s:i|<?,
secured by the bond of tho pur
chaser andu mortgage of the pi ?m
ise-; but with leave to the pur
chaser to pay his entire bid In cash.
The purchaser to pay for papers,
c. D. HA UK ST) A LR,
Master, t.. c.
Sept. 6th, 1880. lt
The uneven depth at which drills
deposit seeds on hillsides some
times shows curious results. The
lower side of the drill weighs down
the tubes, and on mellow soil car
ries thv seed three or four Inches
deep Going down a hill has tho
same effect. In going up a bill tho
seed ls drilled shallower, and trav
eling in this direction tho grain al
wavs comes up quicker and strong
er. Altogether the drill Is not a
satisfactory implement for seeding
The experience of Dr. Hexamer
ls greatly in favor of sawdust be
fore any other material as litter for
pigs and sows, particularly for those
with very young Itters, They
will keep their nest entirely clean
and dry for a long time. The little
pigs cannot hide themselves In it
as they will In straw, and thur the
danger of the sow lying on them
and killing them is removed, a
casualty which happens very often
particularly with heedless sows
which are often the best breeders
A LITTLE SINGULAR-The At
lanta Con'Htution says: It was a
strange thing that at one time the
anti-slavery champion of congress,
John Quincy Adams, of Massachu
setts, and the pro-slavery champion,
Barnwell Rhett, of South Carolina,
should havo been the descendants
of two brothers. One was descen
ded from Thomas Smith, Colonial
Governor of South Carolina, and
the other from bis brother, Jsmes
Smith, who moved from the prov
ence of South Carolina to the prov
ence of Massachusetts.
XV. J. Howen and Robert Smulb
are rivals candidates for Congre s
n the the black district.
They are Nice 1
Sa/tis fortiori. Guie
You can get suit, or ps
figures paid elsewhere
a,:ncl IVE-LI st, Go -bo
J.J. Pi.ess. J. \V. FBHUUSON
Tho old firm of Boyd, Plugs & Co
having dissolved by nuituul con
sent, the undersigned have formed
a co-partnership und will keep a
full Stock of Family Groceries and
Weare also Agts. for Wando Fer
tilizer and Acid Phospnto.
gjtr Mr. I'luss. in behalf of the ;
old Firm, takes this opportunity to
extend his thanks for past favors,
and now solicits for thc new firm
a liberal patronage.
Our friends will please notice
that wo occupy the handsome brick
building of Mr. C. F. Little, on the
corner of Main and Harper Streets,
where we will be glad to wedenin'
PLUSS ?v FERGUSON.
Laurens, s. C., Jan. 25, IS*'!.
.Thc ^ u ps ta ituvonuU
A i'd I.' s r A , < Lt.,
For om- year al \'1M).
The Augusta Chronicle is the
largest Weekly newspaper in tho
State. It i- a twelve pago (olgllty
''our column) paper. It contains
all the important news of tho week,
and i s tilled with I ii ten '? "g and
Instructive reading to th? inner,
mechanic, business and pro: ssionnl
man. Its Washington, Atlanta,;
ami Columbia Letters, with its full |
Telegraphic service, market re- ,
port<, editorials and general new"S, !
make it oni> of the mest readable :
and one oi" the best newspapers1 in
tho Sont h.
The Augusta Chronicle can he
read In any household. It is free ?
Co lie ge
( LIN TON, S.C.
Full cours.. <>f study In Mathe
matics, Classics and Sciences; also
Preparatory Department. Expen
ses very reasonable. Next session
begins Sept. 22, l*M?.
For Catalogue or other informa
ROBERT P. SMITH, A. M.,
July ll, 1880
State of South Carolina,
County Of Laurens,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Noah Cannon, Plaintiff agRaina Naoma
Patterson, Lewin NV. PattorMui, James
E. Patterson, Joseph E. Patterson Indi
vidually, ami as administrator of the
estate of E. 8, Patterson, deo'd., and ni?
executor of win of D, A. Patterson.deo'd
Caroline Shields, Martha i'ash, Heater
Mc A bee, Elisabeth lluIlhiKton, Majy
Cole, Oscar F. Cannon, Flora Cannon,
Joh all bryant, Della HrookR, Ella Dun
ford, Alice Quin, Kilima Pope, E. P.
Goodwill, Snal>orii Parkn, liefonrlanta.
Summons for Relief. Complaint No.
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer thc complaint in this
action, which waa tiled in the omeo of
the Clerk of tho Court of Com m OU Pleas,
Au?. 2d, 1SSH, for thc said Colt ll ty, nnd to
serve a copy of your answer to said com
plaint on the subscribers ni their ofhco
at Laurena C. IL, S. <"., within twenty
(laya after tho service hereof, exclusive
of tho day of such service; and If you
fail to answer the complaint w ithin the
time aforesaid, tin plaintiff in this ac
tion will apply to the Court for the re
lict demanded in the complaint.
Dated Aug. '1, A. !>.,
[h. H.) <i. ^V. Sinn.i., c. c. Ci P.
To Caroline Shields, MarthaOash, nester
Mc Mn c. Mary Cole, Jonah Bryant,
Della brooks," Flin Lnnford, Alteo
Quinn, Emma Pope: Tajto notice Ihr*
tho complaint in tho above stated ea*
Waa flied in the <>m <. of ide clerk ol
tho Court Of Common Picas for Laurens
Conni v, State of Soul li Carolina, Aug. - I,
HASKELL 4 DIAL,
August 2d, is?,.
le terms, all the
Z OF? OI_,Or
Garments, Good Selc
treurrteecl to Poor
irt of suit, on CRED1
) in CASH. These (
sion; are sold io
rna,!*:? room Tor
IE A3STO SEE FC
Notice of Application
STATE OE SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF LAURENS,
Court of Common P?eas.
AV Parte ) Petition
Henry Allison, Mentor Al-j for
Huon, Lizzie Allison Sam- ? Homestead !
ucl Allison, Ony Allison, lin Heal nm! j
lloorire Allison, Lewis Alli- Personal
son, William Allison ami Property,
Nunnie Allison, Petition- J
Notice is hereby given that tin? above
named pel loner? have made application,
by petition, to thu Mast r, to have a
I lomcstead appraised and set oft' to them
in tho real and personal property where
of Aesop Allison died seised and pos
c. I ?. BAHKSDA LIO,
Master, l" c. |
August 10, 188(1. it.
3STO TIO E.
The building of a new Bridge ?it
McDaniel's Mill, across 1 labu ll
Crock, in Waterloo Township, will
be let to the lowest bidder, on Sat
urday, thc 28th dny Of August, at
12 o'clock M, 188?, with the right
to reject liny bid; said Bridge let
according to specifications that will
be presented at the time of letting
JAS. L. CRAWFORD,
< 'minty Commissioner.
Aug. is, 188(5 :5t
Although there, were sonn
this Space, for my Safety. T
yet in me, and, I am fill
if you doubt Call at. in
- AND EN
IN THE FOLLO!
8 Fine French Diagonal and Wes
ted Suits, which I formerly sold at
$28.00 now cut down to $20.00.
Also a Complete and Selects
from #o to $15 per Suit, that ? \
My Misfortune this season cor
that I will sell from 1 cent tot
cust' mer, will give them away.
I Confess I need Money and '
pHf Please pive me just one sh<
if not happy.
3D. JS/L- DP
Under the Bc
balance of our
action and Stylish.
[T from us al same
jroods were sent to us
r no fault
Lau r ens vi Ile
LAURENS, S. C.
NEXT ANNUAL SKSSION BEQINB
Monday Sept. 13, 188?,
Competent Teachers In all Depart
ments. Home eure taken of all
HATES Ol?' TUITION and BOA III)
Primary Department $2.00 ppr mo.
Academic M 8.00 " "
College flosses 4.00 " u
Music " 1.00 " "
Art " l.oo ?. "
Hoard $:50 per quarter,
?&~ For full particulars, apply
for Catalogue, or call on
n apprehension* expressed, in
l>e<r to announce that Breath is
ly Alive to IMPORTANT
OTI OUST S.
y Mammoth Fashionable
: AMI NE
I 21 American Diagonal, that coat
j me 20.00, winch I am selling to un?
j load, at $15.00.
\ssortme.nt of Clothing, ranging
prill sell 25 per cent Discount.
itered in a lot of straw Hatw
wo dollars each and if a good
von can buy at your own figure?,
?ving and you will be content
- . - - - 3. O.