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yPhe Acive l'User,
Al'::' ' . . . ' .'J), 1880.
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Eldcal rinn SpgGtal.o,
?Col (on diing
I Mottling Ul? >.... lng u i
I Mor mot liam IM tukli g roi t in Spartan
? Urnflinvifiil wi'i hiv? HU Agricultural
?Sapor in ? short time.
?LJ Anders-m will 0(.
KtWdrv" question on Dectonbo-r 1st.
? Quito a nutnbor of pooplo fro-.-, thia
Mrounty attondod tl State Pair Inti
S[ A Toxas oditnr, in trvitur to kilt-i T i ,
M fnw days n^o, killed t tir^ ? ;
flmonkcy with nn editor.
I A reunion <>f that historie body, known
HRH ttio Wallace Hoiw,
I lumbla on tho )0t h inst.
Knights ol I. a bor organis?t inna uro
? IncroaMing rapidly In "ll cnmmunlticti
? TI bo JO factor it i ure located
i What has boo otu o cf our Signal Ker
TICO Station? Surely ??.is town can
raino $20.00 for uuuli n |>ti rpo to.
Question Why tlt)DH ti certain Hin?
ber of tho Lauron? (humls wear red ?us
pondur*".' A n->. To hold lil ( |>n lits i:?>.
Thursday tho twenty drib dii> 0f N.,
vombor has bonn x?t upurl by thu i,..-,
ornor OH a day of tinnier vin ; and
An Antlorson man sold twelve, dotr?
iMt weok to n iiiitn In Colorado
.nd tho express on thom w H y;.,. Thin
itt a now In iuatry.
A nagro boy23ytiarii r?" mtrrictl i
woman of US, in town Ind w .. ?,.. Tho
woman hus a dunghil l I n ycart old ur
than lin hm mn '..
Wo aro aorry to barn that our com
munitv will, In a fen day?, lom Vi. ..*
II, Kran kn und family. Tin y go ; .
Fort Worth Ti \.t-.
Tim Article No. VU, rio II .ur
pondont "Ono of tho ?>. ?plo" on 1'nriiV
Tax os, w . < rooelvt I too Lite r<>r tho. i
NUO; it will appear next ?ve?>k.
A R?ian li Mt ll lt. ii it sr I. it 1H . >. r ? I
KOHIOthlhg to r? ti >v . n ittasdies f. ....
tho lips of ia lion. N i I i l .. i ..i ; .ti; ,.?
mustaehtt tJ ?tay longer ;h.ut a lovi si .
ond.t at .i;?.:....
Owing to the bud that mist of th cot
ton Hohl boro thlH ?. i.. , i !.. ( ,
W?Ht Point, tho ..? tl i !:? ii ?blt'" in i car
ried mo o th kn four i ft. lu Ibo .? ;
ablpned from t .-in pl o o tn <ti
The nlnrt!ii'x i i i , i .. .n .?; of Mr AV
IlOllkornon omni - lat : . ...:-.-.... .
but lila grund cu: n (in.v t . um ju-u in
Unit? to jua vii n ind.- il b( loll n lo ca di
buy ors who will "S'imbii lu? n >wd d
Hilo tv os before ;> :r - .i tain g
J arnot, a little ?on of I". IV und V . 'lula
Hitnpnon, tiled nu Kridny murnini1 bis I
afior Rovoral -i i- . if nun 'iiUK from
mein br m iu s 'rou M.
This I? tho lecond child theso ul* ll ;
purni ! . iii.- lust ill til |)OC ?. i rs
Th? iVeics nu t c.) wiry having
tahliahod H fast ira'n to Au : ism oi l
formed a huro.ni in th u ?diy, tho ! ?..
gutta t1hrvni.:U linn retttliutt I I;, hiv
ing an Carly fast train phi on to i'har
leaton and e. .a bureau thorn
Wo erred 11?? weeli 1,. stating tjjut
Mr. W. T? Mihi 'i would !.. i\e for (to ir
Kia. Ito has luton ol iel ed Prlncipl of
th? Kant ''v.tt lllgli Soliool, which i -<
ono of tho larg 'Ht animo-.: lliuiriaiiing
In Greenville County, Mr. M liner's pa
trons boro, rogrct oieoo lirtgly to glvo
him up, bul \ti-li him Ruoco?s In his
(.aptain .1 M Humbert ww pro?int''d
by Mr*. Chii iin nt t'citonri h'an 'ii i i i
with Ono of I tte p cit eros >:' i'm! I.'ill
prolific Wall Wallu" whtml tan . .
put up lu t ttl il bair? by I i ??? I ad PM OI' ; :
W C T t", of Wushbi lon Territory and
ssnt to her to bo pr< H.-til I lo tho mosl
adv meo ! farmer <?f S ml i (' ir ?ll > i
Colton6fri /.' tint ?..
Thia season hutt b'tnigh ont s-, rd
Trado ISHIIOH by ('omit v papers, but tho
Isnu? rift be ,Spart antill ru Herald of Ibo
3rd Ins'., piucos Mr. U ni. M. Jones, Ibo
editor unit pul li her, in th ? fnrtimosl
m ik. lt was a model paper, mid will
md hid in t he il 'sired (iff.f dtowlng
up Sprirtaiibui ; mil tho surrounding
country to the heal iidvuhtago.
The neighborhood r<.r.-n Pon I, do
nervo* tb?> l i :' I |irrtl -.. for t!i< Interest
they an- inrii1' . i'? tho lustier "I'
education, Prof. W. T. Met'lroy, a
thorough ant n-->i\?.. Instructor,
a grad?alo pf Snut'i Carolina College,
IIRM taken oh .> : . tho Oroon Pou t
High Mohnol, at s Huhii v of ^I-HNI. un'
opened last week with f lie inbit Halter
ing proa pi ot?. Tili? ' probably (lin
boHt itt?hi ol ir t!i"County.
Itaileoad t: hoi ?.
President M mdov hi? advorthi t for
Roub'd bids, tu grado Mio Columbbi,
Ki?wherry and iiiuiron? ?' llway from
Columbia lo (Vo?porl ' v.
Tho ro:>'ir:-d pilrolnso 'f "ontral
Hto-'k Uv Ibo Ki-en Mid V 1> ni-'ll- Syn
diento, it a bott, nalya little soborno
of tho <. OM'/'.I' . i. t<> give Atlanta a
Tho Narrow On ?go and tho <' A Ao
aro ttill qunrrelltig tivi r \ eroaaln '. Tho
matt*rtt now p.-ndhor boforo tho Itali
ron I ;'I III'.I ssi.no rt, and U sooiita thal
they fin I i llnVult ronoh " dpelalon.
It it said lhat Coinmls?fonnr Joroy lt
for tho Ci'. .V A . rflincaii ison tho side
of the Narrow (lungr au I Ronhairt lit lin
Wctltu sdiiy Ihontitamln.f ^rui.t of the
Aiurutia.' Knoxville rnllroad mel with
an net hb-nt vvbll . <-rn??In.' ?h<' Mio anHall
rivrif bridg< above VuKiia?a *. fr"i:.'hi
oar Jiinpod iho ?rack whllo on ?! o tro?
Un ?irtd ? iel nv in mtoh v rtuniraroUH i<?
oaibv tho ivork had to h.- dom- slowly
anil ?uro. NJ imago r-itu :.d with
Ibo ox..?.[?ti.'ti of tlld ld .' !? i lin.' of tho
A Hatl At otHentU
A few day-? HITO, (?latido, o Utile con <d
Ur. Ii. H. l*iillor, Willi? plann? with ?
knifi., otofdontfiliy stnek th* blade u ti
hiNknoo. U penetrated m tne d*rth 11
t o IncboM and when ho attempted t
witbdmw it, thc bindo brose, h-nvln,
an Inch lu thu kline. It waa promptly
romov*d by a phynMnn, but lt 1H loured
that be may lose tho uso of hi?limb.
E-*"""-- " ll lill.IIB - Mwr?MM?i
Oj ?ter Supp?t*.
Tho Ludios oft li . l'rosbyterifttt tiburon
?M 1 linton v -ii jjivo an Oyster Rupper at
| Jj*3 O' phuutgo ou Friday night Nor
I I*anlon lt -fuGOct.
. ' " - . ? " Sheppard has refused to par
?on h. ... \.huna, a white man who wan
. '.; 1 ifgn nd larceny nt the Feb
' ;" ; ' :' rm nf Cn ?rt in this ('.ninty.
....'?. rvl?' ' 1 :- 'Mon.?f I inprison ?
1 WM, Imposed hy Judge
The n< w M et hod isl Church, near "Old
Springs." will ho dedlerted on
1 son lay, the 21st ol Novomber.
Tho Quarterly Conference of Clinton
i 'Ireui i v. ,H ba lu ld on Saturday, tho
S?Olhlnst. I ?r.s. ?. Jones, Prosldlng
Kider, oil tating. The public ?re invited,
? tin*Y of Willlamvtou, ls visiting
b. ,v A. KoiU'Kti now occupy
i tin- I wtand house, formerly McCunts
inn. ! AVA: cru: WIHTK Of Spartan
. vt.stting relatives and friends ut
Nir. .Ixo. I), .SH KA n AN haw changed
bis residence to M ns. M AKKKT'S houho
on Hamilton street.
fl i i. trilling young lady left this Conn
ty last week for Virginia, lo the intens?
regret ol a young m sn in town.
Mn A. \V. II r PUK NS and fsnnly nf
Knsley, S. C., uro visiting relatives and
Irh ndn m tow n and m the County.
We lind the pluaauro of meeting MKS.
HUYHO.N, of Hold ville, lust week. She is
now ti itching tho Wadsworth school and
is u moat excellent teacher.
? his, i hat ami thc Other.
A ,. i ibsorvo :
? li?' ... I.d gah and waterworks.
ll I tl 'wedding sealion has arrived.
I'bnl bauroiiM is tho limiest little
I l\\ ll ii; lilt] -late.
That (he wholesale tracin of Laurens
is growing rapidly.
rhat the Thanksgiving turkey is be
ginning to "gobble"
That an offert should bo made to es
lal Iii li II telephone exchange.
'I hu .. little pain' judiciously applied,
windi] n il lo the looks of our town.
That lew people succeed who try to
n I lo Un ir.>Au .aid niher people's
Th it ' ll rs class tailor, photographer
ker, would each do a rushing bus
iness ai this place.
; ni HIM prohibition law ia this town,
il i nt interfere with the saloon keep
. .-."i! iw of good ?pirlta."
make no. i-xtra ehargoH for
.?! ' rrorn tn this puper, but
? mmoth supplement, they go
'illili when eows learn tu road, and
' ? , : : i - i : 11 ? . dry-good*, it will
; . v> advertise on Ixiards,
fi ni1 .. t.i sud rocks.
!; n ll lo failed to show an ap
lat bm of the efforts of the Plod mont
! ry i in arranping for the recent
. receipts for tbr.s*. days
nm united to ? UV7
Kc <oliitfon?l adopted hy tba .',re-?hyte
?lari Sabbath s. hool on tho death of
Uti i- Jemie Sinpson,
I'h'i Suhl llt-Sehool <>f the I,aurons
vt ii'.u ? htiroli is called upon to
in ii r 11 iii i sa of one of its scholars.
I.lille .linnie Simpson whose bright
i ! cl : . il face gladdened us hy itu
pres noe last Sabbath ls to day with his
. . . i ?.. i 11 ir I hat eternal "labbat|,
vi h rom liiu th for tho people of Clod
. i heaven. Safe in tho arms of the (?ood
-li i .er I woo "?fathers the Uuihs with
I J inns ind earrios them in his bosom
li ul meet with us no more within
iv ti I ls, ho will sing with us no
.ur sweet Sunday School Mongs
i ig lin with his classmates in
i , i Iiii S i uday Softool l^s-ons. Ho
.n nromototl to membership in
. , I?.-, i of redeemed idiiHren tn heav
en whore they eouso not day nor night
singlll ' "unto him that loved us and
n : ns from mir sins in his blood,
it li made us kings and priests u i
:..<;.,.l mid his l i.thor, t<i him bo glory
.minion forever and ever, Amen."
How true is ii thai death loves a shi
.lamil was an amiable, bright and
h nu . ni hoy, '(t i t innato and obedient
. ii pai in., loving and kind to hin
i [li rs and play mutes and bind of
i Unroll and Sunday School,
ii.. 1 ure nis so- ru ss with remarkable
patience. Ho never complained or ox?
UP ?i, i any fretfulness under ni* suffer
iiltiniugh|thcy weteof the moat (Ha
in tu charade!, but continued citoer
lul, submissive and gentle to the last.
After morn than threo days of most ag
lining struggle with that fearful mai
lt ly, tho croup, he gently and in the full
. ?alofi of bis montai faculties fell
, p ttoneo'o'ook on the morning of
: m I2|h of S'ovoiuhor 1886, in tho sixth
Sear ol' his il^O.
lu view of this sad bereavement this
il alb School desires to express i'a
..,.:! Borrow over the loss lt has sustain?
I mid ; ' record ii< appreciation of the
dtitrn ! m ol' its little friend and fellow
mi ni".cr; Therefore
I. i;, -...ivod 1st, That tins Sabbath
H hool has hoard with tho deepest ro
ofth death of our little friend Ja
mie f iiupsoiiibut while we mon ru his
? arly departure and grieve that we shall
? , lils bright ?nd Olioofful face no more
lu our school, wu donut mourn as those
w lm have no nopo, tor wc bidlovo that
Jesus iiieil ?ind ro*0 again und that w lum
ho comos he M ill bring ourlktlo br .thor
A iib him.
M Kesi.lved.''nd, That UH a Hnbbatb
. ii.M.I M <. will emlea vol to refit bv the
.. mn lesson thus ta ight us by our
Heavenly father who (tooth ?ll things
\\ ll sud will strive to improve our op*
mu t.. s moro faithfully. Inasmuch as
a n now aol the day nor tho hour when
. Soil of Man cometh.
IU, lb s .h eil, 3rd, That wo extend
cir heartfelt .sympathy to his bereaved
parents, und will oller lip our earnest
pr vers to tho God Of ?ll comfort that bo
Would sustain and support thom in this
d irk ?li I trying hour.
IV. Besotted, 4th, That a copy of these
rosnlutloiii be sont to the afflicted p?
rsnla with tho aasn raneo of our sympa
thy and prayer*! and also that they be
s, ,,! tollu. Laurens paper? for publica
Tho Twin ? ? ns Earthquake.
Tho strange phenomenon of a shaking
house. Hlill romains a mvHlurv. Tim
Aov?:inisi ii local, called at tho rcsi
uence of Mr. A. w. A intonion thia n.or
Ulnu and found hin house <ihiet and apa
reutly rest?HR onay. Fur a week putt
howevor, it ha* boen acting veryatrange
ly. Promplv at 3U 1? M a rumbling
noiKo could he heard, which was follow
ed hy jerks and nhakna very similar to
genuine earthquake* and sumo of these
(Maturbanooshave been second onlv in
intensity lo thonioinorable .'Mst of Au
gust. Hundreds of people have Vlftltfld
thc SCOII0 and testify to these facts
Uioso Ireaks coaso<l each dar about 0
P M, and since (Saturday, have ceased
altogether. No other building in tomi
has boon similarly alloc tod.
An election will bo hold in Town
of Laurens on Wednesday 1st day
December next, to decido hy a ma
jority ui tm* popular vote whether
there shall be "license" or uno 1 -
cense." Voters are required to
register by 1 o'clock on Tuesday
liefere. Managers, K H Kennedy,
W A Wharton, J (J Burges'.
Polls opon at 7 a m and close at
? p Ul
_H F, MARTIN, Intendant
Pursuant to Judgments for sale
in the following stated cases, I will
sell ut Laurens C. M., nt public out
cry, on salesday in December next,
being Monday the fith day of the
month, the property described in
each case, upon thc terms specified
to wit ;
In tho case of Hewlett Sullivan
vs Jasper ('. Martin :
All that lot or parcel of land,
known ?is lad No. <"> of the real es
tate of William MeNeely, dee'd.
containing Fifty one aeres and
bounded by lands of Hewlett Sul
ivan, S. Simpson, and lying on tho
Greenville Road, in the County ami
State aforesaid :
Tl".HMS: Cash. The purchaser
to pay for papers.
In tho fust* of C. D. Barksdale 4as
Master vs .lohn ll\ Wasson, Wil
liam R.Crispand Eugenia F Payne;
All thal tract of land situated in
tito County and State a foresail],
containing Two hundred acres, j
more or less, und bounded Oil the j
South by binds of W. A. Fuller and
M. H. Crisp, on the West by lands
of M. M. Teague und others, on the
North and K?st by lands of Sarah
A. Montier, and known ns Hie "Fin
TKRMS: Cash. The purchaser
to puy for papers.
In tho case of c. I). Barksdale,
as Master vs W. G. Hice;
All that tract of land, situate in
the County and State aforesaid,
known ns "Ibo G arlington tract,"
containing Five hundred acres,
more or less, and bounded by bonis i
of David Whltoford ind others, and j
THUMB: One half of the purch
ase money to b'j poid cash and the
balance on n credit of one year,
With interest from tho day ot salt?,
secured by tin* bond of the purch
aser and a mortgage of the prem
ises. The purchaser to pay for pa
In the case of John F. Stewart
Vs .Limos M. I)onnnn,et ul.
Tin* nd low i np: described property
situated in the County and State
Tract No. 1, containing One hun?
dred ?uni KIghty-seven acres, ami
bounded by Sands of Dr. C. A. Sax
on, ?uni Dr. John F. Dorroh, (Cue
ree Uiver nm! Tract No 2.
rract No. 2, containing One hund
red and ninety ami one-half acres,
und bounded by the lauds of Dr.
John F. Dorroh, .lames M. Domino,
Hilliard Hill, Dr. C. A. Sax,,,,, ami
Tract No. l.
Pints maybe seen at my office.
TKRMS:'One half - r the purch
ase molloy to be paid i' ish, and the
balance on a cr? dit of twelve
months, with interest from the
day of sale, secured by Hie bond
nf the purchaser and a mortgage ot
tbe premises, but With leave to
purccHser or purchasers to pay en
tire l>i<l in cash. Purchaser to pay
In the case of Toliver Robertson
as surviving Kxeeutor nts. vs Ed
win P.Simpson as Trustee, and in
bis own rittet, et al.
The following described property
sitdatc in the County and State
Lot No. I, lying within tho incor
porate ll nits of the town of Lau
rens, frontino; tm Main Street,
bounded bv Main Street, lands of
Mrs. S. W Simpson, lands of Mr<.
Janie C. Todd and lot No. il, anil
containing om* ami a half acres.
Lot No. 2,lying within the incor
porate limits of the town of Lau
rens, fronting on Main Street,
bounded by Main Street, lands of
Mrs. Janie C. Todd, and lots A'os. 1
and 3, and containing one and one
Lot No. 8, lying within thc incor
porate limits of tho town of LAU*
jens, fronting on Main Street,
bounded by Main Street, lands of
Mrs. Janie C. Todd and lots Nos. 2
and 4, nod containing one acre.
Lot No. 4, lying Within thc Incor
porate limits of tho town of Lau
rens fronting on Main Street,
hounded by Main Street, lands of
i Mrs. Janie (!. Todd, and lot No. fl,
and containing one und one-fourth
Tract No. 1, near tho Incorporate
limits of the town of Laurens,
bounded by lands ot thc estates of
A. S. Taylor, dee'd, and N. Day,
doM, and others, and Tract No. 2,
und the main road from Milton to
Laurens0. H., mid containing Fif
Tract Mo 2, near the incorporate
limita of tho town of Laurens
bounded by Sullivan lands, Tracts
Nos. I and il, and the main road
from Milton to Courons C. n., and
containing Fifty eight acres.
Tract No. 3, Near the Ineorporo
tion of tho town of Laurens, bound
ed by Sullivan and Irby lands and
Tracts Non. 2 and 4, andMain road
froio Milton to Laurons C. ic, And
containing Fifty throe ?fores.
TrnetNo. 4, nour the Ineordoruto
limits of the town of Lau reo A,
bounded by lauds of Miss T. Irby,
Tracts Nos. .'1 and 5, and the main
rond fruin Milton to Laurens C. H.,
and containing Seventy acree.
Tract No. ?, near the incorporate
limits of the town of Laurens,
bounded by lands of Miss T. Irby,
Mrs. H. w, Simpson, S. IC. Taylor,
Tract No 1 HIM! moin road from Mil
ton to Laurens C, M. and contain
ing Fifty four acres.
Plats muy be ?eon at my office.
TKHMS: One third of the punchase
monoy to bo paid cash, und tho bal
ance Oil a credit of one and two
years in equal installments with In
terest ou cat ii installment from tho
day of sale, secured by the bond of
purchaser or purchasers anti mort
gages of thc property but with leave
to any purchaser to pay his or hoi*
entire iud in coull. Purchaser lo
pay for papers.
Iii the ease of Graham A Sparks
vs J. Hillery Bryson.
All that tract or parcel of lund sit
uated in tho County and State
aforesaid, containing Seventy nine
acres more or lees, anti bounded by
lands belonging to tho estate of
Samuel Bryson, dec'd, lands of it.
Thompson, und VV. li. Bryson and
TEHMS: One half of ibo purchase
money to be paid trash and tho bal
ance on a credit of twelve months,
with interest from the day of sale,
secured by the bond of the purch
aser and a mortgage of the premis
es. Thu purchaser to pay for pa
In tho case of Mary C. Todd os
Ext. of R. P. Todd vs it. A. Cun
ningham and Will L.Cunningham.
Ail that piece or pures!'of lund,
situate and lying III the County
and State aforesaid, know ns "tho
Killin Cunningham tract," contain
ing Pour hundred nen ?> more or
less, lltld bounded by the lands of
W. L. and M. c. Ciinnlughnm. J.
A. P. Moore, Mrs. Kay and the
TKHMH: One half of the purchase
money lo be paid cash, and the bul
?ince on H credit Of twelve months,
with interest from the day of aalt',
secured by the bond of the purch
aser and a mortgage of the premis
es, but with leave to purchaser to
pay bis entire bid in cash. Purch
aser t o pay for papers.
1 ii the case of Kdw in Bates A Co.
VS H. Hill & Bro.. Politer, Bogers
A Co. et al.
The following dost ribed property
situated in the County and State
Tract No. I, containing Two
hundred and forty-nine acres, and
bounded by lands er O. ii. P,
Pout. l>r. F. M. Settler, Tract No. 2
and I Minoans < 'reek,
Tract No. "J, containing ene hund
red und ninety-eight a. res, ?nd
bounded by lands of Dr. P.M. Sett
lor, 8. W. bonn, Mrs. L. A. Payne
Tracts Nos. I und fl, and Duncan'*
Tract No. ?1, containing eight}
eight acres, and bounded liv lundi
ofCol. lt. L. Coleman, II. Mill, .1
Odell and others and Trac'. No. 2
Tract No. t, or li. mit* place
containing Two hundred and fort)
five ?eres ind bounded by lauds o
Col. IC L. Coleman. Dr. F. M. Beti
1er. ( >. M. P. Kant and others.
dals may be seen nt my oflloo
THUMS:Oiio third of the purohasi
money to be paid cash, and '.lu
ba la tua on n credit of one and twa
years, in equal Instalment**, will
interest on each installment fron
Die tiny of sale, secured by th.
bonds of the purchaser, or pureh
users, and mortgages ofthe proper
ty. Purchasers to pay for papers
In the CHU* of (?. M. Mattison vi
Joel Allison as ndm'r, etc, Sarai
Monroe, et ttl. 1
All that tract of land lying, beinj
and situated in the County am
State aforesaid, and numbered
in a recent survey In this ouse, eon
faining Ninety two nore*, mu
bounded by the South bunk of Bee
dy iii vcr and lands of Sallie P. Poo!
T. li. Pool und others ?md iltljolti I tl]
tract NO 1.
Pluti muy be seen at my oilier
THUMS: < >ne half of the'purchns
money to be paid onsh, and th
balance on n credit of twelv
months with interest from day <
suit?, secured by tho bond of th
purchaser and a mortgage of th
premises, hut with leave to pur ell
asor lo pay his entire bid In cud
The purchaser to pay for pupers.
In tho case of Caro/ine IS. Riche,
vs Fd i zn Fuller, el al.
All thal tract of lund lying, bein
and situated in tho County an
state aforesaid, containing Fifi
three acres, more or less, bein
True' .NO l, of tho Pasley est?t
lands, bounded by lands of Dr. 1
O. Fuller, David Carter, anti other
TKBMHS One half cash, balnnc
on a credit ?>f twelve months,wit
interest from the day of sub', si
cured by the bond of the purchase
ami a mortgage ofthe premises, bi
with leave to the purchaser to pa
his entire bid in cash. The ptircl
user to pay for papers.
In th ease of John P. Hunt?
et al vs Toliver Robertson as su
'the following described proper!
situated, lying and being iii tl
County anti State anti Cf mit
Tract NO. I, kim wm as tim Chet
place, containing One hundred an
twenty acres more or less boimdt
by lands of M. J. Burnside. Mart
Hiddle, Allen Martin ami ethel
Tract NO. 2, known os part of ti
Thompson place con tai nig Save
ty acres, mon* or less, bounded I
lands oflnMills & Robertson. W.
Harris, R. A Cray and Others.
Tract NO. fl, known as part oft
J. R. Simpson place' contain ii
Ono hundred arni forty-three aer<
more or lesss, bounded bv lands
J. R. Slnipon, dee'd, W. I). ;Sim
son, John and Henry Mills a
W ill woar efwet^
nori?st goodS' loa.
nandi? t?i?m, wi
Ou?r ia nt iring ?f
please tiri? pmTol:
make tliem at I
or ?-very touiyor,
Arc receiving tho flattering en?
have the goods ami they were 1
Lad ic? Jersey Ju
Lad it s Astiaken
Newmarkets .'it .
Lino 1?rge Wool ?
Br< akfast nlmwls
Canton Flannel. .
Fruit <?f the lot
AH wool dress-good
Tract NO. 4, known as thc Flem
lng tract containing Thirty four
acres more or loss, hounded by
lauds of .1. M. Franks, William Os
borne, Samuel Franks and others.
lad so.f), in the town of Laurel:*
subdivided, and to bu Hold as fo'
Store house and lol botindc
north by lois of I >r. J. A. Bark
.lalo, The National Hank of I aturen
ll. F. Fleming and J. J, Kow hun
east 2!? feet on Public Squtliv
yOUth 186 feet on Jail alley, a::
west 77A feet hy Dwelling Lot, an
containing 44*100of an nero.
Dwelling and Lot, hounded north
hy lot of J. J. Kow laud, 00 feet
east by store house lot 77A feel,
south by Jail alloy ?'.'? feet, and
weat by Caroline Street 70 feet,
and containing 1-10 of an acre.
Lot No. 6, known the Hewlett
Sullivan lot, situated in the town
of Laurena, and containing foin
and 0-10 acres, more or less', bound
ed hy landa of NV. IL (Jarrett, .1.
M. Robertson and Hamburg road.
Tra< I No. 7, known a< a p:irt of
the Thompson pino??, containing
One hundred and eighteen acres
more or lesa, bottnde I by lands o
W. I*. Harris, J. H. h ow 1er. Jona t h
an Abercrombie end others.
Tract No. 8, known ?s John Nel
son tract, containg Five hundred
sud eighty ft ?ur acres, moro or loss,
bounded by lands of Dr. F. O. Ful
ler, David Burnside, Dr. A. ('
Fuller and others.
TEMS: ( Mle third of the purchnsi
money to ho p ud in cash and the
balance on a credit of one and two
years, with Interest from the du.>
day of sale, secured by the bond:
of the pur 'baser, and mortgages of
tin* property sohl. Purchasers to
pay for paper*.
C. I>. HA R K SD A LE,
Master, L. 0,
Nov. 10, I?80.
"I nm travelling for
MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE,
LAURENS, s. C.
Ami (hink find '(?rt there fSUP *
In pursuance of n resolution of the
Hoard of Directors of tho Greenwood.
Laurens and Sparlanburg Railroad
Company, a mooting of tho stockholders
ls hereby oallOu to meed in the Court
House, [?aurons, s. c., at two o'clock i\
M., December ard., to consider tho re
cent agreement of tho company to con
solidate with the Port Royal and Augus
ta Railway Co., the Augusta and Knox
ville Rai I road co., tho Savannah Valley
Railroad Co. and the Greenvillet* Laur
ens Railroad Co., nuder tho name of tho
"Port Royal it western Carolina Hall
way Co." Ry order of tho
Andrew Anderson Jr.
^eovvtory. Nov 10-4
V a, stone, oonstant
died oy r eal -valuie
ll wear* awaywea
I THE DPEOFLE'S
forts to oTotaln s"
Lo a,nd o vir unva
jiving jTiguires wit
large or small,
largement in inerensiug hales MI
>oiijjrht at figures that wurr.nt ti!
)US PRICES AS r
cV eta at.
Shawl, assorted eolois.
.16c Baiuiorn? skirts. . . .
,.5c Yard wide bleacliin
s.Kieta Dress goods.
STAT li SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF LA CltEXS,
COURT OF COMMON RLKA8.
'a rx a nat io judgment for s:?lc in thc fol
o\vlng minted casos, ? will nell at Laurens
.11., itt public outcry, on Snlomtay in
December next, being Monday thc at li
lay of thc month, tho property des
. ribed in each CHRC, upon th? terms epe
.i.icd. to wit:
In thc cane of C. I>. Darkadole, as MKS- j
tor, vs. T. R. fi. Wood.
All that tract of lund lying, hoing and , :
situate In tho County and state nforo- j
said, on Walnut Crock, containing I
Throe hundred and liv? acron, moro or j
IOMS. and bounded hy ands of \\ , I,. J
Wood, J. H. Davis, W. C. Ibdentme, j '
and others, ns appoars hy a pint made i !
hy Paul P. K y/.or, SMth Mardi 1884. j
Torim-Castt -Tho purohaeor to pay j
for pa;? ra. , j
In the case of Martin M. 'league ra. j J
William '1'. Finley.
All that trai l ?.f land lying, being and
situate in tho County and Staio afore- ;
said, containing Three hundred and |
thirty-three acres, more or l?sa, and j
bounded by lani? of Jamen Pi uley, '
fl reen bury Fidler, and others.
Terms-One half of the purchase mo- .
tobe paid caah, and the baianoe on a '
credit of one year, with lutorost from tho ?
day of nate, secured by tho bond of the
purchaser and u mortgage of the prom-I
isKo. Purchaser to pay for papers.
C. I). Ii ARK SD ALK,
M uster, I., c.
November P.tb. 1886. lt
I rbv Ii. Put nani aa 1
A.lm'r of Wm, W. j Complaint to
Putnam ileo'd, s soi! realty in aid
rv : of personalty.
Poydon Put nam et al, |
PurstiHUt to an ordor In the above sta
te.1 .-ino, 1 will ?oil nt put?bo outcry at
Laurens '. H., S. C., on Saleada?- in De
cember next, thc following Real catate:
lying, being and situated in the County
of I.aurons and Stat?) of Routh Carolina,
on water* of Boverdatn Creek.
Traci No, 1, Homestead, containing
Ninety-two aerea more or leas, bounded
hy landsof Martin Riddle, Thomas Can
uody an 1 others.
Tract No ?, containing devout v-threi?
acres inore or lesa, hounded by lands of
F H Martin. A Cheek and others.
Traci No .t, containing NlxtV-flve aerea
moro or loss, bounded by tract No 1, J
ll Owen?, J M Rhodes and others.
TF.KM.V: tine half cas i, balance on a
credit of twelve months, with Interest
from the day of aale, thc credit portion j
to lie scoured by the bond of the pureh
usor, and a ,ino/i.gHgo of tho promises
The purchasKV to pay for papers.
A. W. HI' UN SI HF,
NovlO, [ggs. Judge of Probate I, C
* Undertaker's *
A large and varied assortment
COFFINS AND UNDEUTAKKRS GOODS
-Pan ni wy sa bo foti mi
nt my stand, over
MARTIN A FULLER'S STORE
LAUSHWa, t o
/[^"Hoarse sent -nilen de-aired.
0. W. CORBET,
Oct 20 Vf
THE N K. Vf
I bug to inform tho publie that I awi
rrepured to sor va them aa Tonaonisl Ar
lat in my new guariera, under the Itob
3 and a.'fc?ilioy to
uio'-rn. goods as
rying ruil? to
Jciin tlio r?eLr?Il
d satisfactory retulia. Wo
<, iti leUilty them y? itt .such
... 60 cs
... $3 50
... $1 60
.. $1 60
. . .Cjot*.
A N D
0 T E L S .
M!r> XJ- H3 Poolit/tl^.,
Thoso I lotols are centrally loca
tc*<l on ft road '.?troot, thc principal
business thoroughfare of Augusta^
md aro first cl.-.?s in ali respects.
Use Electric and ('ass lights; elec
tric hell in all roon)1'; street cars
[lass the door ? very five minutes
for all parts of tho city. The AU
OUSTA and G LO BF, Hotel porters
meet passengers n' thr depots with
fine carriages, hus and baggage
wagon. Travelers are requested
not to give up checks on train.
Mr. Doolittle was formerly con
nected with th"" Tontine neusa,
New naven and Wvst Knd Hotel,
HOLMES' SURE CURE
MOUTH WASH AND DENTIFRICE
Cures Weeding (turns, deer*, Nore
Mouth, S ?rn I"hr ?at, Clean??? the Teeth
*;.'J Purities th? ttreath. Used and rec*
mimomled hv leading <t**nti*st. Pre
imred hy fra J V. * W lt Hoi MKS,
Dentist, Macon, i>a. F<i Kale by all
Llruggit anil dentist, and ia Lauren* ny
Dr. P. B. I 'ON N<. -H.. Jtt-ly.
State ?tS?atb ?arolioa.
- 'OU.XT Y ">' LA i -V A'.v.-f,
IN I? It Oil A TE COURT,
"CV hereas, ">*< . "V. KenaeUv has applied
to nie for Letters of Administration on
tlif Kst ate <?fc, M. Kennedy, deceased.
? in vc ;,itherefore ?<. cit? KU il admon
ish nil nml singular ih? kindred and
rrcdiitirri of sahl d'.ccaeed kobe and ap
pear lu f ire II e. in th? i 'euri or 'Probate,
In ho hohlen Ht Laurens C. H., on the
Itt h day ?>f NOT., IfMWt, lo ?how cause,
If any they i KU, why said Letters should
not tm grunted.
All persons hm lug claims against Bald
i state will pretil ul the tamo i?n or before
that day or he forever bul rt-<i.
(S?von nud?r HIV and an<1 atai, thia 27th
it ay of i ictober. l.SWi.
A.W. BC HN SI DR,
r'v.Oaite J url M.
State? or S??tb (karolina,
IN PROKATH COURT.
Whereas, O. NV. Bite ll, c. c. c. p.,
lum applied io me for Letters of Ad
niiui.sirHlion on thv Estate of John
T. 1 lu nenn, decenspt],
'.'" pi te arc I lien ,''? -re to cite and ad
mtmi ii all and singular the kindred
und creditors of said deceased, to bo
and appear before mc in the Court
of Probate, to bu hold* at Laurens
C. IL, on the fcth dny of Dec., 1886,
to ? tv?\v cause, if any they can, why
saiil Letters should not be grunted.
All persons having claims against
said estate w ill present tho saino on
or before that duy or be forever
(??ven under my band and seal
this, 27th day of October, 1886.
A. W. BURNS1 DE,
6t Probate Judge).
State o? South Carolfni.
L A U U E N S 0 O V NTT,
IN PROBATE COURT,
Whereas, <', NV Shell, C CC P, ba? ?p~
pl led to me for Lett ors of Administro
t;'pn'm tho Kstate of Polly Powers, de
Those aro therefore to cite and ad
monish MI Hud ?nnjrular the kindred
and orcditora ot Haid t'.eceaaod, to be and
appi ar before nt* in Court of Probate,
lo l>e hoi hm ui Laurens C H. on the 23d
day of Dec, -?>, t;> show cause If any
(hov can, wh, said Lottere should not
Ail peisnhs having claims against
sali! rsptae will present the samo on
or heforo thal ri nv or bo forever barred
(?Jven iioiio: r.iv hand and seal tm%
10th day of November ISM,
A W nUHNMIDK,
rt Probat? Judge
, j ! ? A.PVOTT** katata
i?*%t UT -I li' ' |"?ri-4?^>l-?/. -^.Chlntf a*?>?X
??./Vf? i VC' . * Trrrllorr ft*waw
i-l'-f i IkM .rrursi???*). AJfrtM?
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