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l,AVUKNH, NovemliOr loth, las.)
Slo?al an? Sp6G?aI>." I
Willi f I ' ' II. j.
MJrd hunting ls now n'f?v.irl?.Virtus* !
s.,n notlfiAol tho (J. L.A-, 8. llnlltoaU i
in another column,
Wo un?l?ratitnrtthn( about >j& warrants I
will li? ItrJoud in liquor ?USOS in a sTToTT
Mr T. B. I'KKWS is preparing lo build n
rsddenco on his lol rncontl> purchased j
from tin* I linv l?tate,
..llow fur wniiirt thu Presidents of Uio j
United Stales extend. If phteon:i ullin?? !
From Washington to ci >vclund.
A neat cot, Ugo mi main ntroel near thc
(J. L. cfc H. Depot IH hoing nicely paint? I
abd r opal rod by Ci,. Laurens County
Ko;ii fistule Agency.
Wo hara roclvod-n bountiful nhotogru !
phi showing timprominent pliions In thc
town nf Clinton, li is i!,o work of Mr!
.1. I?*, J.n'o':.i tiUil i* ii lino.specimen nf h|h
likllI in iii!. Un-'.
('latinos tn nur hund? for rollt?'*timi
w i I IM K> HU?d on I ?<.,-, Pu i,, IVirt i , o - '
arrving thin nolli o will Have, tho lutich ;
dreaded "taxed POSIH,"
JOH MHO \ Itli'IIK> [
Vlf lt ure I.? tho .State '...ir in t'ollimlili'.
will bear in mind Hutt II Np .'i.il train
Will ti;-run on Thursday lilli Inst. lt
will lenyOitt 1 AM and return mi KHIIUI
?lay. Fare tor round Ii i" r-J .
Tho orriiiuiupu of baptism will ho ad-,
niMiixt'-r--I t'.is (Wndiiesil.iv) pvening I
In the Baptist Church, K- -, j.h. PITTS,
has conduct.-d n most inlcresllng moot
ing With quito a iminibpr of ml lithm i i
Ihii ( liurch,
A few days ago nonie ono placed n
reek i n tho track of ihn Laurens ,\ Nov -
hurry Uni)road. Wo m . loath lo believe
that snob an aol waa done with fplouiotuj
intent, lt muai have, 'non wanton mis
chief, w'li Ich might have hoon a nortons
Wo lonni that several petitions arp i
being circulated In tIm County hy tho
friends ->f Prohibition, and .m olVorl w il!
bo tundo to havi' thu n.-xt legislature
pass nu net to allow thc citizens of the
t \>unty tO Volo OH thc oilPstion ..." Ile-j ,
PUS?or no llcnnse in ln?? irportito ! lo%\*ns ;
List Friday n drummer slopped into
thc- IlKNPF.l.t.A liol ii. mid ??till lo il crow
of mon; " lookout! in ten m i II II ICM
von will fool ?n Earthquake" Ofeour.ie
ho waadubbad "Wlgglim" Imiiiodhtdly
and no ono thought anything of ll
prediction for a few moments hui ho fore
th? ton ininiites had elapsed thu whole
had been shaken into .-he street.
We aro getting earthquake)! down lo
n Relou?e in Laurens.
Wo rog rd t to lonni of tin- di nih of Mrs
Sarah It. Omul win, wile of Mr I?. Whit I
.Joodwln, which oe. ure I on Ihe Iii inst.
John Wells, an Infant ?on of Mr o Mrs
T, I?', Simpson died i n 1st inst, nginl two
Tho new Kal I rond piiKssing (brough
our Un il nly, btu malo a chargein the
mails in Houvi) section ? Soino slight ri,a- j
rgea in tho departure nf mails h> leav
ing a few hom , Inter from aomn station ,
maud person could get I? tieri amt pa
per one day earlier.
Mr (I, Mae, Langston, has laid Ibo
foundation <?f his rcsidi-m.II n lot
rooontly purchased :ro;ii N. J. 11 ol in es
Mr I'OWKI,!,, Engineer "ii tho <;. I,. .V s (
Katlroad h is moved In! i Mr Sp ark's j
N. I). Franks, alan, has purchased n j
lot from Mr Holmes and is hauling
lUllibor for his renldi nee.
Wiitin A.MAUTIN will inly H lot and i
build in a abort Hmo in "Brooklyn."
Valuable Lan?! To Ile Sold.
As will in-si eu an unusual lUllotllit of
vulualdc property w Ul ho offered for -?ile
on aaloday In December, hy lito Master, j
Some of this property is located within;
tho Incorporate limit* of tho town of
Laurens and I? the moat valuable t!i*t
hus been offered for sale in a lung Hmo.
Owing to tho fact thai town properly
at this place is fast I.Dining valuable,
this hi un excellent opportunity for some
man to purchase.
Thnoholr in tho Preabylorian Church nt
this place bas been roorgaili/t'd under
tho direction of M ra J K. Wi MC KS and
ls ono of the host in tho State, ll isa
matter of congratulation, that Lau ron H
ContStliOfl such filio liiualcnl lah-nt, bul
nuii-h ls du? lo tho expolien! leadership
of Mrs Wu.KM. Thc Presbyterian
Church ls ba Hy 111 ".I of an organ
and WO S?ggCSl that step-, be taken ut
once to procuro one.
Mr. Crest.m lt. Wilkes arrived on
Thursday last from Charlotte willi lils
bride. Th.-y spent several days with
relatives here. Coneornlng I ho marriage
?if this h ippy cuiiple the (')inrlotlo
At the roaldonco ol Mr. Thomas (Irlor
in this city, hist (vening, Mr Proston
B. Wilke was united In murringo lo
Misa Hallie LtlskO, a most charming
young linty, and ono who ls hold
in high esteem bv nil our poupin.
Tho connolly was performed by Kev.
A. W. Miller, pastor of thc HIM ITO*by
terian pinindi assisted by Kev. .1. Y. Fair
of tho Second Church in the presence of
a large number ol' invited guests.
The attendants were Mr. S. IV. Wilkes
ot Atlanta, Cn., mid Miss Janie Drooka,
of Edgpih-id, s. c. Mr. C. IL HlminoitH,
of Hock Hill ami Miss Mollie Wllkca.of
Laurena, S? c. A. M. Young And Miss
Annie Rankin, of Charlotte) Mr. J. M.
Uricr and Miss Kate Sliipp, ol <'hal lotte
Mr. bk IL Wilkes ol Luureiis, and Miss
Mamie Urler of charlotte: Mr?". V. Cres
ton nnd Miss Anna h w in, of Charlotta!
Mr W. (J. Ila (gillon ?lld Miss Carrie
Watts, of Charlotte; Mi Frank Wilkes
and Miss Laura Y ados, of Chnrlotl?j Mr
T. M. Kelk ami Mist Itcask' (Irnhniii of
Charlotte. The happy conj.!,' won thc
reolpments of ninny handsome bridal
From th? Timfa fi ?moe ral, ot New
Orleans, wo ollp tho following so?! an
JACKSON, NOV. 1 Mrs Mille May
Darksxlsle, trffeofMr. Edwin Jiarkndal?.
and deognter In low of Hon. Ethel
Barkadale, member of Congress fr?m
Wis district, and daughter of (ho Into O.
P. wright, died horo?th?M morning, nftor
como eight days of winos*. Lovely and
booutlftil, both in clumiotor and person,
imd boin? takott otr?M ho mn tid0 ora
u-ofullirc, hoc dontii t? not only deeply
mourned hy her many immediate friends
hui the u hole community.,'
'.'ho defensed hud many friends and
reluilvoH i.i lids County. Mrs Katie Hol
land, left fer. Miantatftpnl upon learning
ot the Illness or her sister, but reached
Jackson aftei tho death o? Mrs Darks
Mis? Uosn MoUownn visited relativ. :?
end fri- inls lu re hist week.
Mr. Mm.VIN Km.i.y ?s now IIHH!M(UIII
in the post oiVlei ;,( U,|H pi,,,.,..
WC i. gret l?? learn thal Mrs Muffet and
fnmily have returned t<? Ni:\v mum v,
from this pluce.
i>r <>. u. Nf A Y KU, "r N'owhorry | spent
several days nt this pla,-,, last week,
visiting hlsdaughter Mrs \V A. MA UTI N,
Miss Anna Frlerson, Hie beautiful
and itcciuapllsbod daughter of Kev
H. <>. Frlerson, eaine to hn- nov. homo
'-'.?...i ii. i,. FARLHY, weare glad to nco
bas s i:. -, |y rel over.l from bis 1'ooont
Illness io visit bis si der Mr> ll. v. Toon
of thia plaee,
Mr WILLIAM MJLNKK, who has in n
for sonni limo assisting h's brother in
th- KUM AM-: COLLI.OK loft for c -orgia
ou Mondav last.
s. J. Ni M PHON Kau. ,tipmminei n in
lier of tho Spartauhurg liar, and :. . om
bi l- of tho l?gislature, watt In town on
important legal business .-ne dey last
VOA M s lt. Iliiovi.KS <>r iJroylcsvlMe,
Tenn, grand fart her of Mrs W. "H'^?AIT
'I IN of this place and Miss Aimi.it llnov
i.i:a of Ashville, N. C. ?re visiting tho
family of \s . ii M un IN KM?].
Mr W?TMV>ai?J. PKTUUSOS, win? has
for so\- raljyears been | ho elYlelont'assis
tant of the Count v Auditor ls now with
tho \\<-ll know n l im of ll it av. A UKI.
I MUS, ii. < ?re> it vi 1 lo.
Mr Peterson is a straightforward hu .
?ness man and bas a host ot friends In
this County who wish bim success,
One car load red rust prool nats. Just
roo! ved by lien. A lub-rsoti.
NOTES FROM POWER
l?r andi -irs s. M. Knight visited Mrs.
t.. I>. Power thi;? wee!;.
Mrs. (jinnie llughos, wu an* sorry tu
learn, ls nguiu <piit<- ill.
Weare glad to soe that Mr. <Ju-?s
Owlngs is sufficiently recovered t>- bf
out. Wo uaw li?m walking doun Main
St . to-day.
Tho Power Academy elosetl this
morning. Joy reigns in more llian <>>?.
heart. The writing prizes were award
? il to MlssSallta ami Master Willie Pow
er und the weekly rewards liv Master.-?
Adolphus Owiugs, Willie itevur, Misses
oliva Kellett, Kt tu Owiugs and Kulle
At the r?Mptesl orteaehttr, I quot* the
following jettor for the benefit ol all pa
''Fountain Inn. s. . '.
Nov. 2, ISM.
I lt a VA given the spcolniens nf wri
ting ns clo <.. scroll ny as time w ?ii ul low,
! i'.nd marked lmpro%'omonl in w'.l the
copies sent and t bink the pupil.4deserve
ni ooh prsls'i. Ilowover I recommend
tho prize lo be divided, if |>osslblo b<
tween specimens Nos. 1 mid ti."
'I ii - I nion at Friendship w as quito a
success. On Sunday Hov. Mr. Walook,
of Fountain Inn, made a very Interest
ing Sunday School address, and (lien
Kev. .1. K. Marlin preached to an appro
elutive itudleneo a ni"-.: excellent mia
sionnrv sonnon. I'- S.
Having hoon solleltetl hy readers and
tin? I'M 1 tor ofTltR A nvr.ai isi-.u io write
np the nows of tlilscomnumity, wo have
consented lo d<> so -is Lest we can. And
with this SKIM--if Tir n VnVRUTIsKn wc
.ross tin? edltorinm snneluni of (bc looa)
correspondents, mid proudly l'it nur
hut to the brotherhood of t'ountv edit
ors. Wc cannot promise tho readers of
Tiru A nv KR ri sun anything more in the
way <>f news t han our ie mi dc pl II nie i in
plies. In our writings w.? shall endeavor
lo contine ourself to wind we know and
what w?- bel io v ti to bo authentic.
Cotton crops will f ill far short of what
was expected two months ago. short
crops an I depression in price proves
unfavorable to those who contracted
debts when cotton w is worth ton cents. :
Mr. lt. I*. M Mani, of this place, ls pay
ing Ooonts for colton on accounts, while
the merchants of Lau rons are paying
about S'.j cents.
Thc continued dry weather ?H keeping
tim tanners from sowing wheat amt
A very in'.crest liv?: mooting of the
I nion of th" Ural sootlon Of Hoody Uiv
er Baptist Association, wa? held with'
tinton Church nu Friday, Saturday ?nd
Health of (he community, good.
POWJ.lt M IO IV
Well.loo Prince, you aro a witch lo
?/Hess. You hit il exactly the other day
when you was lolling how you thought
that I IIHII made up my mind lo got
through tllO World. Hut really Joe, I do
think I am going to make a tailur.- in
thal direction. Joe, lt is just Uko you
used to bc when a plow boy and the
halinstrlng came un-tlod, you know Joo
\ ou would turn down the .stock and
wait for a pass. r by to como over the
fon e to tin lt again. Hut ovt ryhody
knows how Jot? is.
Mi , J, H. Hallams ls preparing to gt)
to fountain Inn n<'*t yen. Well John,
I do hope you will help fountain Inn,
for lt bndlV needs lt.
Mi ss. (Irogin ?V Compton bailie.1 up n
load of cotton tho ot hor day, and could
not get ti man in tho place to buy lt.
Mr. K. lt. OWlrtg* advised them lo oar ry
it lne-k homo, telling them that ho
would do better (han Hint at his house.
Tin y carried lt away nguiu.
We have board ofone Merchant speak
ing of leaving Conn tola inn and doming
to Power as noon as tho side Iruok ls
completed, (luess bo dbl not fancy tin?
Idea of that eott<?n being h RU tad away
from Kountftln Ino thu other day.
We ?re going to have a cotton buyer.
? Pursuant to Judgments for aide
in the following stated eases, I will
sell ut Laurens C. IL, at publie out
cry, on snlosduy in December next,
being Monday tho 6'tM day of tho
month, the property described in
euell ease, upon the terms specified
to wit ;
In tl?e ease of Hewlett Sullivan
vs Jasper C. Martin :
All (?nit lot or parcel of hind,
known us Lot No. (I of thc real es
tate nf William MeNooly, dee\l.
, containing. Filly one neron and
hounded by lands of Hewlett Sul
livan, tt. Simpsoti? and lying on the
I (J reen vi I le H mid, in the County and
: State aforesaid :
! TKRMS: Cash, The purchaser
j to pay for papors..
In the ease of C. I>. Barkudnle las
Master vs .lohn Il? Wusson, Wil
' liam ll.'Crispand Eugenia F Payne;
All that traci <>f bind situated in
the County and State aforesaid,
? containing Two hundred acres,
more or I >s, and bounded on the
; Solidi by lands of W. A. Kuller und
i M. IL Crisp, on tho Wot by lund-;
or .M. M. Ten gue and others, on the
North and Hast by lands of Sarah
: A. Moaner, and known as the "J'Tn
1 ley Traci."
TERMS: C.: di. Tito purchaser
' lo pay for papo:-.-.
j Tn tho ease of C. D. Harksdale,
; as Master vs ".V. < '. HTe . ;
All thal I rael <>f land, situate In
j the County and Slat" aforesaid,
[ known ns "the Hartington tract,"
coulai nine; Five hundred acres,
' more or less, ami bounded by lands
ol' David NVhlteford ami others, and
VF.ItMS: One half of the purch
ase motley to be paid cash and the
batanee on ti credit of ono year,
? with Interest from the day ol sale,
..end by the bond of the purch
aser timi lt mortgage of the prellt
: Ises. The purchaser to pay for pa
In the ease of John F. Stewart
vs Janies M. Honiton, et al.
The lollowingdeserlhcd property
stlnated In the Cor: '..- and state
afore -aid :
Traci No. I, containing Ono hun?
dred end FJghty-aevoti acres, md
hounded by "amiaof Dr. C. A. Sax
on, and Dr. John F. Dor rob, lino
reo Uiver and t ract No \>.
i Tract No. 2, containing One hund
red ami ninety and one-half acres,
I ami bounded by Ibu lands of hr.
John F. Dorroh, James M. Dounon,
' Milliard Hill, Dr. C. A. Saxon, and
! Tract No. I.
j I'lats may be seen at my ollie".
TF<HMS: One half of tho pureh
; u-e money to ho paid cash, and the
I bu I ti i ice on a credit of twelve
I months, with Interest from the
day of sale, secured by the bond
i of Hie purchaser and a mortgage ol
. tho premises, but with leave tu
I purera-,M- or purchaser.' lo pay en
tire bid i?: cash. Purchaser to pay
in the eas?' of Tollver Robertson
as ?urviving Kxeeutor eta. vs F.d
win P.Simpson as Trustee, and in
his own rigel. ot R|.
The following described proper'.y
.it.late ia the County and Slate
lilli No. I, lying within tho incor
porate li nits nf the tow n of Lau
rens, fronting mi Maia Street
hounded by Main Street, lands ol
Mrs. S. W Simpson, lands nf Mrs
Janie C. Todd and lot No. 2, and
containing one anti a half acres.
Lot No. 2, lying within the Incor
porate limits of the town of Lau
fens, fronting on Main Street
bounded by Main Street, lands ol
Mrs. Junie C. Todd, und lots .Vos. I
) and o, and containing one and one
; four; li acres.
Lot No. -I, lying within the Incor
porate limits of the town of laut
lens, fronting on Main Street
I bounded by Main Street, lands o
! M rs. .lanie ('. Todd and lots Nos. :
i ami 1, and eoutainiugono acre.
j Lot No. I, lying within the incor
porate limits of the tow n of Lau
I r. ns, (routing on Main Street
I hounded by Main Street, lands o
I Mrs. Junie C. Todd, and lot No. .',
j and containing one and one-four!I
Tract No. I, near the incorpor?t!
j limits of Hie town of Laurens
' bounded by I.olds ol' tin- estates o
A. S. raylor, dee'd, and N. Day
I de'd, and others, ami Tract No. '2
] ami (?ie main road from Milton ti
Laurens C. ngarni containing Flf
Tract Mo .?', near tie' incorporad
limits of the town of Lauren
bounded by Sullivan lands, Tract
Nos. I and it, and Un- main rom
from Milton lo Laurens C. II,, nm
cont.tining billy eight acres.
Tract No. .">, Near tho incorpora
lion of the town of La ure IM. boa ml
ed by Sullivan and irby lands uni
Tracts NIK 2 ami !, and Main rom
from Milton to Laurens C. M., MU
contaiii'ug Fifty throe acres.
Tract No. 1, near the Ineordorat
limits of the town ol* Lauren.'
bo Hided by lauds of Miss t. lrb>
Tracts Nos. M and ?, arid the mai
road from Milton to Laurens C. II
and containing Seventy acres.
Traci No?f>, nortr tho incorpor?t
limits of the town of L?nre??
bounded by lands of Miss T. Irbj
Mr*. S. \V, Simpson, S. K. raylo
Tract No I and molli road front Mi
ton to Laurens C, if., and contad
lng Fifty four acre-?.
Plats may be seen at my offiei
TKfl.ws: I )no third of the puaehus
money to bo paid cash, and the ba
ance ou a credit of one und tw
years in equal Installments willi it
terost on each Installment from tli
day of snlO| socured by the bond <
purchaser or purchasers ami mor
gages of the properly but withleav
to any purchaser to pay his or lu
entire bid in cash. Purchaser I
pay for paper".
lu the cave of Hraham .fr Snarl
vs J. Hillery Bryson,
All that t root or parcel of land si
nated in the County and Sta
aforesaid, containing .Seventy nit
j neron moro or less, and bou ulled I
lands belonging; to the estate of
Samuel Bryson, doe'd, lands of lt.
Thompson, nud W. H. Bryson ami
ot ho rv.
TKIIMS: Ono hnlf of ihe purchase
money to be paid rash and the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months,
with interest from thc day of sale,
secured by the bond of tho purch
aser timi a mortgage of the promis
es, abe purchaser to pay for pa
In tho case of Marv C. Todd ns
Rxt. of H. 1*. Todd vs H. A. Cun
ningham ami Will L.Cunningham.
Ail that piece orparesljof land,
sitante ami lying in the County
ami State aforesaid, know us "th?
101 i h ti Cunningham tract," contain
ing Four hundred acres more or
less-, ?un? bounded hy thc lands of
NV. li. and M. C. Cunningham. J.
A. 1'. .Moore, Mrs. Ithy ami tho
T Kit Ms: ono half <>f the purchase
money to he paid cash, and tho bal
ance on a Credit of twelve month.-;,
with interest from t lie day of sale,
secured hy the bond of the purch
aser ami a mortgage of the premis
es, but with leave to purchaser to
pay his entile bid in cash. Purch
aser to pay for papers.
hi the ease of Dd wi n li?tes ot Co.
vs ll. Hill & Uro., Pck'.or, Hogers
A- Co. et al.
The following described property
situated in the County anti State
a foresail I :
Tract No. I, containing Two
hundred and forty-nine acres, und
bounded hy ? lands ef O. ri. P.
Kant, Dr. F. M. Setsder,Traci No. 2
and Duncans (..'reek.
'IVuet No. 'J, containing ene bund
red ami ninety-eight aeres, ami
hounded by hinds of Dr. P. M. Sett
lor, S. \V. Doun, Mrs. U A. Payne,
Tratet? Nos. I and '\, and Duncan's
Tract No. 8, containing eighty
eight acres, and bounded hy lands
ofCol. lt. L. Coleman, If. Hill, J.
Odell and others and Tract No. 2.
Trac'. No. !, or Home place,
containing Two hu ml rod and forty
live acres and bounded by lands of
Col. lt. 11, Coleman, Dr. K. M. Sett
lor, ( >. II. I?. Kant and others.
Plats may he seen nt my olllce.
THUMS:One third of the purchase
money to be paid cash, ami the
halanci ?m a credit of one and two
year-, in equal instalments, with
interest on each Installment from
tli" ilny of sale, secured by the
bonds of the purchaser, or purch
asers, ami mortgages of the proper
ty. Purchasers to pay for papers.
in the case ol (!. M. 'allison vs
Joel Allison ns ndm'r, etc, Sarah
Monroe, et al. '
Al! that tract of lund lying, hui lig
and situated in the County and
State aforesaid, and numbered li
in u recent survey in tills case, con
taining Ninety two acres, ami
bounden! hy the South hank of Kee
dy Uiver and laud- of Sallie P. Pool,
T. J,. Pool and others and adjoining
tract No I.
Plat - may be seen al my office.
THUMS: ( hie half of the'purchasi
money to he paid cash, and tin
balance on n credit of twelv*
months with interest from day ol
Hale, secured by lim bond of (ht
purchaser and n mortgage of tb?
promises, but with leave lo porch
:i-er lo pay Iiis entire bid in cash
Tho purchaser tn pay for [Hipers.
rn. the case of Caroline B. Uichoj
vs Kl hui Kuller, et al.
All tba' tract of land lying, Iud np
ami situated in the County am
State aforesaid, containing Flftj
three acres, more or less, he I li JJ
Trae! so I, of the Pasley estati
lands, hounded hy lands nf Dr. F
<?. Puller, Da vid Carter, and others
THUMS: One half cash, balanei
ona credit of twelve months, wit!
interest from the day of sale, so.
cured hy the bond of the purchase!
ami a mortgage nf the premises, bu
with leave to tin- purchaser to pax
Iiis entire hid hi cash. Tho porch
asor to pay for papers.
In th case of John I'. Hunte
et ni vs Toll vcr Itohertson as sar
Thc following described proport;
situated, lying und heilig in iii
County and State ami Count;
Tract NO. I, known as tho Cheel
place, containing One hundred am
twenty acres .i,ore or less hotllldei
by la nils of I-;..I. Ihimsidc, Marti
Hiddle, Allen Martin and (din ri
Tract No. 2, known as part of th
Thompson place containig Sevei
tv acres, more or less, hounded l>
lands ofhiMills A liohortson. NV. I
Harris, K. A Gray and others.
Traet NO. fl, known as part of tb
J. ll. Simpson place* coiltalllill
Ono hundred and forty-three acre;
more or lesss, bounded by lauds <
J, li. Sinripon, dee'd, W. D. JSim|
son, .Him ami Henry Mills un
Tract so. 4, known as the Pion
'mg tract containing Thirty foti
acres more or less, bounded h
lands of J. M. Pranks, William < )
borne, Samuel Franks and other
Dot No."?, in the town of 1.nu rei
subdivided, and to ho sold as fo
Store llOUSO und lot boundc
north by lots of Dr. J. A. Dark
Onie,The NRtiOnal Dank of Lauren
H. F. Fleming and J. J. Ilowlam
east 20 feel on Public Sqtian
?Ollth IH? feet on Jail alley, an
we d 771 feet by .Dwelling Lot, un
Containing4-1-100of an acre.
Dwelling and Dot, hounded nort
by lot of J. J. Row laud, *>(? foi
east by store house lot 77$ fer
south by Jail alley 60 feet, ai
wost by Caroline Street 71? foi
ami containing 1-10 of un acre.
Lot No. fi, known ts the Hewie
Sullivan lot, situated in tho fov
of Laurena, and containing fol
and IMO acres, more or less, bonn
od by lands of W. H. Garrett,
M. Robertson and Hamburg roa
Tract No. 7, known as a part
the Thompson place, cnntalnh
On? hundred and eighteen ?cr
"W ill w?3a,r a.-w?a/3
honest goods- loa.
ii a.nell? them, wi:
Outr \a nt ir iii s efl
?Dl?sts? ttl? ipialolj
make ttiem a.t X
or every buyer,
Arc receiving the flnltciicij em
have tho goods ami they wole i
LfiOieij Jersey Jae
Newmarket-* at . .
Knglwli Walkin;,' ,
Fine lai *, e Wool >
Breakfast shaw la,
( 'ant<m h'lannol. .
Fruit nf tin- luoi
All wool Or *>:-KIWH1?
FO WLER BLOC
moro or losa, hounded hy lands of
W. l\ Harris, J. li. Kowler, Jonath
an Abercrombie anil other-;.
Tract No. 8, known an .Ioho .W I
son tract, con titi og Kivo hundred
and eighty four at?rcs, moro or les?
hounded by lands ol' Dr. I". <-\ Kui
1er, David Ihtrns.de, l>r. A. (
fuller and others.
TKMS: One third of the pureba*
money to ho paid in cash and tho
balance on a credit <?f one and two
years, with Interest from thu day
day of sale, secured hy thc bonds
of thc pu rc Im-er, und mortgages of
the property Hold. Purelnuors to'
pay for papers.
* C. 1). K A H RSI) AT. EC,
Master, L. C.
Nov. |0, 16\SC.
XT otic eli
In pursuance of ti resolution of 0,
[lourd of Directors of th? tl men wood,
I .H ii re ii.H mu? Spnrtanburg Railroad
i'??inpuny, ?i meeting <>r ile- stockholders
ls hcrchv culled i?> meet in the ('??url
House, tiiinrcns, S. C., ut two o'clock P,
M., December ;lr?L, t" oonsiilor tho i> -
eont iigreoniont ?tf th?'company io con
solidaic with the Cort Hoy ul und Augus
ta Railway Co., thc Anglist? und, Knox
ville UsUroad Co., thc Suvanmdi Valley
I tail road ? '". and thc tireen ville A' Laur
ena itali mud < 'o.. niuier (lt.- natue of tim
"Vari Royal ?V Western e.r..linn Hall
way ?o." H.\ ord ci r of (lin
Andrew Anderson Jr.
Hcen t.try. Nov 10-4
Slate of South Crrolino.
(JO I " N T V OK li A r lt K N S.
IN I'llO lt AT li COU UT.
Whereas tl \V Sholl, CC V C, luis ap
plied to me f?r Leiters of \dinlnislra
tion on (ho estate of Sallie I tod 'ers, de
Tin se ?r<- (hercforo lo cito and ndinon
i^li :iii and singular the kindred and
creditors ol' >;ii,l ?If.ase I, t" he sud ap
l>e:ir heforo nie, in tho <'oort ?it Crohule
to ha holden al Limn ns (' ll, on th.i . -' I
day of D<.inlier ISSU,to show cause, If
any thev cnn, why sahl l.ettors should
All persons having cluiins nguiu si
said estate will presenl the sume oil or
hol'or thal dav or he forever hnrred
(liven under my hand and seal tiiis.
10th day ol' Novemh.ir, e-s'i
A \V I1UHNSII)]'.,
Ot Probate J ucl go
Stute ol South Carolina,
L A f lt HXSdOUN T V.
IN CHOU ATM <<>l KT.
Whereas, Cl W shel!, err C, In-.s
[?Iii'il tn me for Letters ol' Adiilinis
timi on tho Kstnto of Colly Cowers,
Thoso arc thoroforo to cito und
monisli ??ll and sliignlnr tin- kimi
ami creclltors of sahl dceoiisod, lo he :
' a i ?peu r heforo ino In Court of Prohi
? lo ho holden nt Laurena C! 11, on the
day of Doc, lSStt, t?i show CHUMO if :
they cnn, why mid Letters should
' l?e granted
Ail persons having claims against
s;i?t; estuse will present llic sumo on
or liet'oii- that dav ?>r ho forever hnrred
fl I von under my lin nd amt seal tliiu,
loth tiny ol' November IHSil,
A W HU lt XS IHK,
Ot Probate Judge
Irhv D. Cui nam a-* I
Adm r <>i Wm. W. , Complaint t<
i utiinin doo'd, ?aoll realty In aid
es; ; of porsomilty,
I eydon rm nam ?'t al, ;
Cursuunt to an order in tho nhovo st.t
? tod case, I will sell at puhlio outcry at
Ltui re ns 11,, s. < '., on Snlosday in ho?
COinbtr next, the following K'-al OHUllO :
lying, lieing anti situated in the County
ol'Laurens ami StntO of South Carolina,
??n waters of Hovor?lam Crook.
Tract No, I, ItOUlOStOud, containing
Ninety-two iter?-s more or less, liouudcd
by lauds of Mart in Hiddle, Thomas < iii
nelly ami ol hors.
Tract No2, containing "Seventy-throe
acres inure or I ?SH, hounded by hinds ?>t
1-' l( Martin, A Chook an.i others.
Tract No .1, containing sixt y-flvo acres
moro or loss, bounded hy trnot No 'j, J
II Owens, J ll Hh?dOS and others.
TKRM.S": One half eas i, lialanco on a
credit of twelve moiitlis, with Internst
from tito ?lay <?f sale, the ? re.lil portion
to bo secured hy thc bond of the puroh -
user, and a ..mortgage of tho proinines
Tho purchaser to pay for papen.
A. W. HCHNSIIli:,
Nov 10, iSHrt. Jmlgoof Probat^ li < \
r et stone, oonstani
olcecl Toy restl vetluL
Ll .w?a,r away wea
i THE P^H?O^r^lS'S
forts to oTota.in s
LO a.ncl o vir unva
jiving ITig-Lires w?
largo or small,
lcm*inciit in incrtrisiug jales AI:
>oUL'Ut ?t figures llia? warrant u
>US PRICES Ari '
?bawl, assorti ?1 <.< loi M.
.. . .. .15c Baimonil skirts. . .
.5c Vartl willi; bleach ?ti
i.I Octa D res.-: gou i.! .
STATU St HJT1I (A U< ii AH A
COI 'NTY <>/' L.\ ( 'UKA'S,
CO IJ KT OF COM MO N FL FAS.
'iirsituut lohi-lirmcnt for ?alo in tit?* fol
w ill-. -; (uti 'I < ases. I \\ ill sol! ::t Lauren*
. H., at |>ulilie outcry, on Sidosday in
Novenior next, hoing Monday tho hst
day of I Ito month, tho property dca*
i-ri hr? I in each ?-as,-, upon tho t"rie.s ?po?
rd tied, to wit:
I ii t ho ?-as., nf c. o. EturkHdulfl, us Mas?
tor, \ ?. T. lt. h. Wood.
All that traci nt land lying, hoing lind
sit?alo in tho County and Ststa ?for?
said, on Walinu (.'rock, containing
Phrcc luiuilr?< I nu I live acron, moro or 1
l.-ss. ami hounded hy I unis of W. li.
Wood, J. I!. Davis, \V. t?. liaient Ino, ;
and othors, ns appears hy a pla! niado
i Paul lt. Kystcr, 24th Mureh 1-.;.
Terim -Cash Thu pu rc hatter to pay
In tho caso of Mnrltu M. Tongue vs.
William '!'. Kinley.
AM that lr iel ofland lying, hoing and
situate in tho County au.I State ft for 0
sald, < oniainini; Three hundred and
ihirty-t hroo ti res, more or lesa, a lld
lintimlc'l hy lauds of Jamen Kinley,
(1 roon I ai ry Ku 11er, ami ol hera.
Terms Ono half of tho purchaao mo
to in- jiai'l <-aslt, and the hillanco ona
credit of ono your, wit h interest I rom tho
day of salo, secured hy tim hood of I ho
purchaser and a mortgage of the prom
isse. Purchaser to pay for papers.
C. 1). HA U KSDALFi,
Master, !.. c.
November imh, ISM;. lt
Phouaatid ?; : Me?ti< na for patent? la
i i ?(eil M..., n.J l'nr?ijr?i cou?v>
rv tr* pull Ul!??? cf tc? .-viantiti?
mn cont nu? c a? ?oiioior?
11 ?. c*v?ala. tr.do-iiiitki, c->p?
1?, ?I . . f..r tl'? Uni???! Statet an<]
.lin in l i-iaiU, I'.ngUnil, Kranca.
?ny, i i ti i-?h?r .-.?.?:.tr??? Tli?ir?ip?ri?
ic UU?.(Ua!ed ar.I thur faeilillaa ar* uinur
I?r?i?inr? ftr.l cpeflfleatlon? pr#p*r?d and fl'ad
Iii Ul? Ca ..ni i in:.? nu ,:i il tint lc? lenin ??ry
ruadunalil* No rliari.'? f?>r ?x?i'ii? :t io.i i f iue<i*l*
?r <lr.??.iik"i Ailvlc* Ii* miatl fr??
l'aient i nlitftlned tli'oiifli Mui?n*Co ?r?n. ti??d
initi? sdi'.vrii'i;' A a ?.tu H v%\??lach int?
th? lars'.'?I arr liai Inn .vi.I >.. 111? m-.-t lllllU?llll?l
nawatniper ol ii? kind pnbll?h?d In Itt? world.
Th? a I vantag?? of inch a noUc? ?v?ry I>AI?UKMI
gm!?: . tandi.
'1 Iii? !ir?o an t ?ytlenitld!? iltitrtrat.'d ni-n.nin,,
lal .lied WMKKtiY at 9:100 n yn?r, and I?
?dui ll Ile IMI Ihu li??t pap 'r ?!???'.?. I lo s--i?n<-?.
mt/cliMiio*, invention*, eimlneeriim work* an.I
otli.-.- department* of |t?iln?trirtl proan??*, pub
1-1 ..! in my country, lt contain* tho t?*.tne? of
a I patont?o? and t itlo nf ?vory Invention patented
tarli week. Try lt f-mr woutis* b>r ono du?ar.
b> I bl aa naw?ta?1er*.
If yoi] lii.u nu invention t? p?'?nt ?ni? >?
Munn ?**<". Publiait??*, of Sul?nlill<l aiainwa,
Ml llroailvvay, Si w York
llaudjook about i.al lula mai!? J fra*.
BPI Ll RS
SAW" M ILLS
Steam k Water
Pip's & Fitting
Brass anil Iron
A Full Steck ?f Suprli??. (hup ??1*1 goH
Bui-TINO. PA< ONO and OIL.
At BOTTOM PRIGE8
i)tu is rrooi rna
*9-nK> AI KS p noa rr LY DON&.?I
GEO. R. LOMBARD A CO.
Ko'udry, Mftoh'o? und IVular
T?orki, AUO' STA, G A.
-MOVK PAHSlfiN07.lt DRPOr
I r>>H<f.?r?) faU-ctrio Cerneo?.
I' i'll* lotti..IHM . . .?.
?li J f.t) ' is ^nlck ??!.?. Trrrllotv ?Ivi-tt.
...? ''.'?.-''lin,?tm?r?rtee??, Arl*.?.?
?tOn\ v ? ?-dddvray, KKW v?as.
t advertising of
e and ?Joility to
noli goods GL?
.rying rial? to
thin the reston
id satisfactory results. We
is in lotting thom go at such
... 50 eta
... $3 50
... $1 60
.. . 76 els
.. $1 50
... 98 eta
. ..6 roots
- . ? . ? -i
H 0 TEL S.
( U NI > Ii R : ; O N K IM A N AO KMjrXT. )
Is/Lv. X-j E Doolittle
The?e Hotels- ari? centrally loee
ted <>n Broad direct, tho principal
business thoroughfare of Augusta,
and aro first class in all rcapee ta.
Uso Electric ami Class lights; elec
tric lu ll in all rooms; tdreet ears
pass tho door every five minuto?
fur all parts of the city. The AU
GUSTA anti O LO ti E "otel porter.?
meet passengers ftf th* depotx with
fine carriages, bas and baggage
wagon. Travelers are requested
not to give up checks en train.
Mr. Doolittle was formerly con
nected with tho Tontine noone,
New naven and West End Hotel,
N. J. _
HOLMES' SURE CURE
MOUTH WASH AND DENTIFRICE
('aros Blooding (?inns, Ulcers, Soro
Montb, Soro Throat, ('leenaea tb? Teeth
and l'inities the Itreath. L aad aud ree?
nmmonded bv lei? .inc dentiat. Pre
pared l?v bri J P. ?fc w It Hoi.nra.
Dentist, Mat-on, (ia. Fo aale by all
Iruggit .not dentist, and ia Laurent br
Dr. V. lt. CONNOR. *& -ly.
Stats otSoatb ?arolma.
< .<> l \Y V Y OF LA UBS Si ,
IN PROBATE COUIl''.
Whereas, W. W. Kennedy nae appliod
to nie tor Lettom of Adtnintatration on
thc KxtateofU. M. Kennedy, ?eoett??d.
Theae ure therefore lo etta ?nd admon
? s 11 all and singular the kindred ami
creditors of Auld (leei<aaed to be and ap
pear before ni*, in th? Court of [Probate,
to be liol len at Laurena C. II., on ibo
Mill day Ol' Nov., IsM, fc> show cause,
it'any they can, why aald I A UVI ? should
not tx- Kraut<-d.
All persona having claims against saJiI
estille will pt cKi-nt the same on or I ie for?
tittil dav or bo forever bar .'ed.
i il ven ii nd cr my,and and soul, thia U7th
day of October, IH80.
A.W. HU KN AI DR,
Stats of Soatb ?aralina.
IN PUOIIATK OOUItT.
Whereas, fl, \V. Sholl, C. C. C. F.,
has applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of John
T. I hincan, deceased.
These are therefore to cito and ad
monish all and singular tho kindred,
and creditors of said deceased, to he
and appear before mo, in tho ('mu?
of Probate, to he holden at Laurens
C. IL, on the sth day of Doc, 1886,
to show cause, if any they can, why
said Letters should md ho granted.
.Ml persons having claims against
said ('state will present the name ou
or Indore that day or bo forever
Gtven under my hand and seal
this, 27th day of October, 1886.
A. W. BURNSIDE,
?t Probate Judge.
Til E building ufa bridge across
Durban Crook, known a? the Parke
Bridge, will bo tot te tke lowest
bidder at ll o'clock A. M., ea the
nOth. day nt October, IR??, with the
right to reject any bid?.
A. S. O WINOS,
Co. Com. I?, ev
Oct. in, 188?. 41
TH? M B W
I beg toi Inform th? publia that 1 am
prepurexj tn sor va them a? Toaaonlal ar.
list in my uaw quarter?, under the Ret?
arist?n I Intel._
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