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i.AUKKNB, December ist, 1886.
"*a- ? -J
?Bocal ana SpsGraT.fe,
fbeolttcoat the Bended Hotel IIHH at
last been fBtod up.
?vi i NH POP?I of Greenville, la viidting
Miss PHILO JON Ks.
Mi?? Jessie Rlohnrdaon in spending
gomo time In Greenville.
Mis? MINNIE MARK or Q roon vii io,
?pent a few days in town lust week.
Sinai!-? thinks of contesting Col. EUI.
?tl's oleotlon In Hie Black District.
Mri. SAMOKI. BLACK of Georgia, Is
Tislt mp: Mrs. Traynhnm at this place.
Ho for tho Skating Hink! Wednes
day ami Friday nights, at Wntts's Hall.
(jon. Alexander tn said to have elosrd
lljOOO.OOO In tho recent rino in tho wost
Point Terminal stock.
A half doxon ?ich young mon lu
Kew York have handed themselves to
gether by vows not to wear, over coats
Capt- Dwight lins surveyed thc route
for Ibo A. Railroad, and leis
found that it will require but little ?rad
ln? except near the town of Abbeville.
A silver dollar Weighs nearly an
OUIICC, placo one in an envelope and put
a two cent stamp upon it and receive this
paper one your without further charge.
Presldont Humbert, of the A. G. A W.
Railway, bas decided to call a mooting
of the stockholders on December 8th, tn
consider tho proposition of Susong .v. Co.
for the purchase ol tho road.
Wo ?re rcquostod lo glvo notice; h il tl
Dramatic Club of Troy, will rendel at
Waterloo, on Dee. "Jud., that oxcellont
ploy entitled "Ten N ??hts In n Barroom."
The proceeds for tho Presbyterian
ThniiUsc'v m.: Bay,
Was ... . iv observed at this
place. All th -1 w.losed and a
larije cont ri untiled in tho
Methodist Cliurcl . ie Hov. K. < ?. Gri
erson delivered on ?I .us most clAipient
and inipres -i vc -ci mons.
On Thursday hist, by order of the
Council, a public meeting was held nt
thia place to adopt a new charter for the
town of Laurens. Tho proposed eh ar
ter, arranged by Messrs. Ferguson, Mar
tin and JOIIIIHOII, by request ol the "City
Fathers," ufter alterations, waaadopted.
This ia a mutter that should have been
attended to long ago. Wo are working
under tho obi charter of Anderson,
.which 1? not suited to our grow i liff city.
The new charter in a decided Improve
ment, and baa been forwarded to the
I.CKiiiiaturo with thc endorsement ol the
We regret to learn that Mrs. Anderson,
wile of Mr. Ger?. D. Anderson, <>f tins ;
placo, oled the '-Sid ult., lifter several
weeks of severo Illness. Hbo leav es au
Infant amt a devoted husband lo mourn j
her untimely death,
Bled, at Newberry, s. c., on th j.; !
Ult., Mr. Robert Wham. The deceased
was a young mau jusi mitering upon
the stern realities of lite. Ho has Li ce
fur some time with Ibo ll rill of M Inter A
Jamieson at New berry, and si .is n
man of excellent business capacity and
universally popular. Tho parents ol tho
deceased, w ho were at his bedside dur
int; his illness, brought bis remains io
this place on Tuesday, and they wen
interred |n tho family burying ground
a few mill ? from Ibis place.
Orecnvillc'a Hl? Hotel.
It was our good fortune to visit Green- j
ville on Wednesday last on the occasion
of thc formal Opening of Ibo Mansion
House- Greenville is one of the prettiest
munt enterprising mut attractive cities
io the Smith. In location, climate,
Boult li and every requisite n a prosperous
town sho uhuuuds, and now (hat si.0 has
"Udnenlyawakened t > the necessities of
the hour lu bold facilities,nccoiliodutlons
for summer visitors, she is destined to
become more popular as a Su tn in or Ito- ?
.Ort. Mut what la heller than all and
that wldnh is tho trim enterions, by
which to judge the future of any place.
Greenville has tho right kind of citizens,
While it in true Grootivlllo lovoB Green
ville and Green vii lo works for Green
ville, sho is seldom behind in showing*
hospitality to strangers, This is what
builds a town It ls not alone lb" mom y
thal cnn he raised to construct magnif
icent ?difi?es, bul th? kindness, the cor
dial, greotlng tho homo, Uko treatment
that is "M\ en to strangers, ?hat makes
them long to become citizens, "The peo
ple aro th? city" That inognillcout old
building that han ntood almost forages
bat which for want of repairs in lute
years bas proved a biiTler, tu thu cree
(lon of nultablo hotels, bas atlast boen
transformed Into n veritable palace.
No w here In Ihe State, and in few places
III Itu South,CSU ho lound of ll better hotel
Ihir lb, M minion HoiISC of today. In
deed i , ,,,,.! >r of surprise that even
. viii in alford such iiiugullUcoiicc.
Tl e bu luvt hu 'icen throughly over
haul I i n to cellar, and to
ap -ak i my conveniences.
.nd i m provo m o a ts, ovon abare mention
of thom, would extend this notice to HU
unreasonable length. Messrs Gatesand
Ma", tim proprietors, certainly under?
.tami their businens, and have attained
* wonderful dogroo ofperfootton lu
?i eui,-i o i- for the comfort of guests, even
to thu minutent details. Thin cltv hun
.Isoanother now hotel, under the man
sgementof the veteran hotel mun, capt
W. H. White, whono wpial in hard to
nml. With euch b?tele, and other adviin
.?Ken, tho next Mummer will find a great
Increaeo in the number of visitors to
The Mountain Cltv. "
I/ovllnonn need? not the aid of orne
ment nor cnn wo describe thc scone
pronented st tho Mansion House on W?d
neadny evening. Uko Anglo's visita,
?Ueh pictural ooma few and far between.
Hero were tbcioM ly maid.? . with their
Mllant beaux, gilding though the spa?
C,?U? lodi?, to auch ninnie un Milton
trout have hoard, when ho wild;
Nvrnphonle* orton thousand harps Hi t
toned Angelle harmonies.
Tho bull wan grand, only .
tho banquet Which followed.
Thin oeennlo/i will long be re
ed a? s pleasant episode, end wo treal
H may bring a return to tho liborul
Rontlnmen to whom alt who wero pr?a
Mr j. n. Wutklns) of nonaaJPath,
wook. ;im tiuUH bu*?l?a?J visit last
Mr. VV I?. Culbertson and tan-ily have
hi; ??Ur?,.c.,i,-,,"dd aro living lu Abbe
"..<<?. Ho la touching school ?t Mul
Mk? Corrio Mooro leis gono to. Mr
. -Culbertson's to go to school, at
Tho Bohool bogan at Hock. Monday
the 22>U| and will con li nure .several
There waa a ftuo turkey toft hero yes
terday, but I reckon it will |>u shiped,
for n was carried ott" and boxed
Mr. U. p. Mil,,,,! p. M. m Kkon lia? ,
resigned and Mr. c. w. Fdlodgo luis !
boon appointed in his place.
Mr. lt. p. Milam, is now ?oing to
??ovo to (na to Merchandise lia re. We
rogroot to lose him from our n hist.
We were sli.?wu a hei t raised hv Mr.
.I T. Fllcdgo that weighed sovon and
S lbs and were told that he had some in
'?is garden that was larger than that ono.
Weill that is the booti igoat garden I
have heard of lately.
Hard times ami no news,
Itulliy weather and no shoes.
Mr. I. Pinson is mending. Tho other
s?.k it, this sect lon are all improving.
Farmers continuo to sow grain.
The colton crop is bobbed very sheri,
I and gone, and now Hie price is advan
Mr. G. Pinson has ? hug to kill that
j will we gb .*>oo lbs and has catan very
little corn. Hogs will grow in Laurens
; County if at tended to, ?corn too, but cot
; >!. will starve us sure.
Prof. Madelon has lost his overcoat
and says ho would he very thankful to
seo ii coining in.
Th.nell needed and long looked for
rain has at last come
The doora of tho Contorvlllo Academy
romain closed. Twoeilbrts lin void read
boon made to secure tho services of
teachers and both have failed. The pat
rons of tho school sit upon thc stool of
lazy apathy towards the educational in
terest ol' the young minds that needs in
tellectual devolpment. From this place
have ?one hirth young men ol' bright
intellect who will make their mark in
the world. Ccirtrovllle was once thc
banner school of the County, and second
to none. Hut hy a manifest huliflbrcncc
tho educational Intercut of the commit
nitv has gradually tctrogruded lill ai
last the death blow has been struck. The
oxig?nelos of tho times ur. demanding
educated men and women in every vo
cation. Th. bright minds of (h? child
ren are crying oui for intellectual food.
Notwithstanding these facts si iring pa
rents in the face, they seemingly stand
aloof to tho intellectual welfare ol' their
children, '.ile that neglects to pruville
for his own household is worse than an
Parents, secure the services of some
g<io.I te ii ! i r and give your ehildr< II tin
1,0. dod Cllllcaliotl Ci;.ri lo think mon
of the 'almighty dollar" than v-our
children's education Ueineniher thal
dui lulu re destin, nj iii? Churchand the
Stiile will rest up m tho children of to
il iv. I her. edtieaii tin m ! II I n -
Farmers ure having theil . .ii;i .owed,
Seed wheat is so hurd tu ;;. , hal Un
acreage will lu h .ri.
Messrs ti. T. Ihdio.'l tld Mario:,
Maure have ebinj Iel i kn iol'lieiwui
SOTES FROM OUR NEIGHBORING CI TV
AiTaken by Our Clinton Correspond? nt.
The long dry spell is ut last broken by
an abundance ol'rain, and th - farmers
have taken advantage nf ll to sow their
crops of Wheat, and other grain.
Capt. I,and, ol Um repair lo ec of the
C. iV G. Railroad, has hoon le re a low
days overhauling our cotton platforms
and Hie reception room ol' mir depot.
The ny st ci supper which was lo have
luuin given by thu ladies of the ( linton
Presbyterian Church on tho 10th inst.,
was postponed until the evening of the
.Jilli. It is su Ilici?n t to say that it was
all that .lld have been expected of it.
a complete success.
Kev. W. 1*. Jacobs has on two Sunday
evenings recently, given to his congre
gation a lecture on tho "model young la
dy and model young man," of tho scrip
tures. His model for the young lady
was Mary, sister ol'Martha and Lazarus,
and for tho young man, was Joseph.
Itoth lectures wem highly Instructive
and enteil.lining. Tho congregation
hope thal he will give them this -.inter
more of the same h ind.
Those of our moro fortunato neighbors
who have killed hogs, wore somowhat
OX el 10(1 a lew days ago on OCCOUOt of tho
warm weather, their fears are, however,
all (Unpolled OOW, as the weather is cold
enough. Our friend Will Jacks ..f New
port, Fast Tonn, is oxpectod here daily
with a drove of/or porker*,
Mrs. l.i/./.ie Fripp, who has resided ill
Clinton for a number of years, has bro
ken up and gono to live with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Mo Who tor of Jonesville,
i nion i 'ounty.
Mr. J. J- Marbct of tho ??ate City,
spent a day in Clinton recently v isiting
relatives, w hom he has not seen in thir
Orango blossoms and wedding bells
are In order, and before the end of the
week you will hear of one of Clinton's
most lovely young ladies changing her
Thc annual change of hom? s has al
ready begun, Mr. R. I?. Nal ors occu
pies the home recently occupied hy Mrs.
Albright, she having moved info the
Franklin House. Mr. Wim brenner has
moved to Hie country, and Mr. barnes
in lils place.
President Cleveland bas rescinded
die order suspending M. B. Henton
from tho office of Unite I Hinte? District
Allon.ev for tho Western IMstrlcl of
Missouri, fat pernicioiM activity In
imlltics an i ims directed his reinstate
me d. Tin I'rosldenl Iocs aol <>:.? ??| io
Federal nfueellOidorS making ocasional
?MllltiOltl 4.dlOS Where it do . .. ie
('. rt<'r < With ?I e oise thom I" ie- !
i leur official dulles, hut . In m isl n i
? elk" a S'Tie-i .,1 on dUtmOl IS I ? H fi! [titi
Mr B?nto'i uttlsfuid tho Prnsldoul that
ihflapMntirmnt? tor polltl il ?pso di -
tv him w ? re not idloWed t" lu:- nepi or
coa itel with his ofnoi.il duties -thal le?
procured other sneakers lp fill bl
polnttnenta-and boneo tho relnntute
Tin? Misses Caldwell, ol' Now York
who reeeutly KHVO tho HUIII ot* ^.'touooo t?>
tho now Catholic University will
go to W ashlngton ere lou? to pass tu?
greater portion ofthcwlntor.
A WONDERFUL SOAP.
Mr. Q, H. Anderson ;
Sir, I send yon '?r> ot H for S liars of soap
just sein! hy Mr Davis. 1 think I uan
raise Un. wind on your soup if you will
koop it to yourself-\Vhun l not homo I
hail niioldaow in a pott lull of lice, I
look two bares ot'aoap and washed her
all over, li ruined on her in tho pen ly
iotf III her hid almost, dead. Moving
about she gtarted Ibo soap to loaming
When I ?ot up in the morning, I saw
. he biggest sight luiugt nable ; earthquake
was no eireumatanco; tho whole pen
was -overed all over with soap .suds as
big ?IN a house ?md whit? as snow, I
. hoiit lit a vision hud opened up in my
!'? n. Th . (dd tow Ls .safe, ie? hair on
Mess. .i. i-. Martin A < .??, iiuvo eonstuc
ted a maga/.lne at this place und will
herealter keep powder hy the ear load.
Owing to our central location Mid OX
relent railroad laellitios lins ls done ta
supply inerehaiits in tho surrounding
counties. Powder is s dd at the same
price hero as in New York or any other
Pursuant to Judgments for sale
in the following stated cases, ? will
Hell at I.aunuis C. H., at public out
cry, on stilesday in December next,
hoing Monday tho 'dh day of the
month, the property described in
each case,upon the terms specified
to wit ;
In the case of Hewlett Sullivan
vs Jasper ( '. Martin :
All that lot or parcel of land,
known as Lot Xe. ('? of the real es
tate of William MeNcely, dee'd,
containing Fifty one acres and
hounded by lands of Hewlett Sui
Ivan,S, Simpson, and lying on tin
Greenville Road, in the County and
THUMS: Cash. The purchasei
to pay for papers.
In the cuso of c. 1). Barksdale a>
Master vs John Ii; Wasson, WU
liam lt. Crisp and Eugenia P Payne
All that tract of land situated it
the County and State aforesaid
containing Two hundred acres
moro or loss, and hounded on tb?
Sont h by lands of W. A. Fuller am
M. H. Crisp, on the West by land
of M. M.Teague and others, on tie
North and East by lands of Sarai
A. Montier, and known ns tbo "Fin
TERMS: Cash. Thc purchase
to pay for papers.
In thc ens,- of ('. 1). Rarksdalo
as Master vs ".V. C.. Rice;
All thal I rael of lund, situate ii
the County and state aforesaid
known a< "the darlington tract,
contamino; Five hundred acres
more or loss, ?md bounded by land
nf I htvid Whiteforfl and others, am
VERMS: Otu- half of the parch
ase looney to bo paid oa-h and th
balance on a oreti 11 of ono yent
with Int ere?! from thc day ot sub
?rouirod by the bond <>f the purer,
.i-. r and ? nmrtgngo of the pren
iThe purchaser tn pay for pu
I ti .!??> e..s,. ,,f John F. Stewat
v .- tame? M Donnon, el ni.
The f'dlowlntrdescribed proper!
?d f mt tod in the County and Stat
-.fore- eht :
Trite! \o. t. containing Ono bur
(1.1 und Ebrhty-seven seres, an
boon.led by "ands of Dr. c. .\.s-?
nt?, und br. .lohn F. Dorrolt, Fm
roo RI vor and Tract Xo '2.
Trnet X'v 2,containing Ono hun?
red und ninety and one-half itere
nnd bounded Mvy the lands of l)
.lohn F. Derron, James M. Donne
Hilliard Hill, Dr. C. A. Saxon, nu
Trae* VII. J,
Plots maybe soon at mv effie**.
TERMS: Ooo half of the purel
asp money to be paid cash, and tl
balance on n credit of tweh
months, with Interest from tl
dav of salo, secured by thc bor
of the purchaser and n mortirncre
tim premises, hut with leave
i?ur?easer or nurchnsers to pay e
tire bid In cash. Purchaser to pt
Tn the cast? nf Toll vor Roberts?
as surviving Executor ets. vs F
win P. Simpson as Trustee, and
bis own ritret. et al.
The followingt est ribed proper
sitdotc In tho County and Sta
Lot No. I, lylntr within tho Ince
norato limits of tho town of Fa
rons fronting Oil Main Strct
hounded bv Main S*reot, lands
Mrs. S. W Simpson, Innds of Mi
.lanie C. Todd ami lot No. 2, ai
containing one and a half acres.
Lol No. 2,lying within tho Inti
pornte limits of the town of La
rons, fronting on "Main Stroi
bounded by Main Street, lands
Mr-i. Janie C. Todd, und lots Nott,
and fl, nnd containing one and or
Lot No. fl, lying within tho ima
porate limits of the town of lui
ions, fronting on Main Stn*
bounded by Main Street, lands
Mrs. Janie 0. Todd and lets Nos.
and 4, and eontslnlngone acre.
Lot No. I. lylntr within tho inci
porate limits of tho town of Lu
r. ns, fronting ?rn Main Stre
bounded by Main Street, lands
Mrs. Janie C., Todd, and lol No.
nnd containing one und one-foui
Traci No. i. near tho Ineorport
limits ?>f tho town of Laure
hounded by lands o' the estates
A. s. Taylor, dee'd, and N. D
rlo'd, snd others, nnd Trnet " >.
and the milln road from Milton
Laurens C. II.( and containing I
Tract Mo near the incorpor
limits of ?bo town of Lauri
hounded by Sullivan lands, Tra
Nos. 1 ate! H. and Hie malu r<
fi-. n? Milton b? 1 -aureus C. H., r
fonlnlning Fifty eight acres.
; - . S A Menr the Inoorpo
t'um of tt?o town of Lauron*, hon
e.I by Sullivan ami Irby lands i
Tr to? ; NV?. and I. and Main r.
from Milloo to Laurens 0. H., I
containing Fifty Wire* ?ere*.
Tract No. 4, near the incordorato
j limita of the town of Laurena,
I hounded by land? of Misa T. Irby,
Tracts Nos. 8 and 5, and the main
road from Milton to Laurens C. H.,
and containing Seventy acres.
Tract No. 5, near the incorporate
limits of the town of Laurens,
bounded by lands of Miss T. Irby,
Mrs. S. W, Simpson, S. K. Tuylor,
Tract No 4 ard moin road from M11
I ton to LaurensG, H.. and contain
ing Fifty four aeres.
Plats may be seen at my office.
T Kit M s : One third of the punchase
tunney to be paid cash, and tho bal
ance on a credit of one and two
years tn equal Installments with in
terest on each installment from tho
day of sale, secured by the bond of
purchaser or purchasers and mort
gages of thc proporty but with leave
to any purchaser to pay his or ber
entilar bid in cash. Purchaser to
pay for pupers.
In tho ease of Uraham it Sparks
vs .I. Hillery Bryson.
All that tract or parcel of land sit
uated in the County and Stat?
aforesaid, containing .Seventy nine
acres more or less, and hounded by
lands belonging to the estate of
Samuel Bryson, dee'd, lands of if.
Thompson, and VV. H. Bryson and
THUMS: One half of ihe purchase
money to be paid cash and the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months,
with interest from the day of sale,
secured by tho bond of tho purch
aser and a mortgage of tho premis
es. Tin? purchaser to pay for pa
In the ease of Mary C. Todd as
Ext. of H. P. Todd vs II. A. Cun
ningham and Will L.Cunningham.
Ail that piece or parcsljof land,
situate and lying in tho County
and State aforesaid, know as "the
Elihu Cunningham tract," contain
ing Four hundred acres more or
less-, nud bounded by tho lands of
W. L. and M. G. Cunningham. J.
A. 1*. Moore, Mrs. Bay atid the
THUMS: Ono half of the purchase
money to bo paid cash, and the bal
ance on n credit of twelve months,
with interest from t he day of sale,
secured by the bond of the purch
aser and a mortgage of tho premis
es, but with leave to purchaser to
pay his entire hid tn cash. Purch
aser to pay for papers.
In tho case of Edwin Bates ct Co.
vs tl. Hill ii Bro., Pel/er, Bogers
A Co. et al.
The following described property
situated in thu County lind State
Tract No. 1, containing Two
hundred and forty-nine acres, and
hounded hy lards of 0. II. P.
Kant, Dr. P. M. Set/.ler, Tract No. 2
ami Duncans Greek.
Tract No. 2, containing one hund
red and ninety-eight acres, ami
hounded by Intu?s of Dr. P. M. Sett
ler, S. \V. bean, Mrs. D. A. Payne,
Tracts Nos. 1 ami 3, and Duncan's
Tract No. 3, containing eighty
el ir ht steres, and bounded by lands
ofCol. li, L. Coleman, II. Hill, J.
Odell and others and Tract No. 2.
Tract No. 4, or Home pince,
containing Two hundred amt forty
live aeres ami hounded hy hinds ol
Col. li. L. Coleman, Dr. P. M. Set/.
ler, (). II. P. Pant and others.
Plats may be seen at my office
THRMStOne third of the purchase
money to be paid cash, ami thc
balance mi a credit of one und twi
years, in equal instalments, with
interest on each installment from
the day of sale, secured by tin
bonds of tho purchaser, or purch
asers, and mortgages of the proper
ty, Purchasers to pay for papers
In the case ot (?. M. Mallison VJ
Joel Ellison as adm'r, etc, Sarah
Monroe, ot lt), '
All that tract of html lying, bolllf
and situated in the County am
State aforesaid, and numbered :
ii, ii recent survey in this case, eon
faining Ninety two acres, am
hounded hy the South hank of Bee
dy Hiver and lands of Sallie I*. Pool
T. L, Pool and others and udjoitllnf
tract NO I.
Plats may be seen at my office
TEKMB: One half of the'purchasi
money to be paid cash, ami th?
balance. Oil a credit of twelvi
mouths with Interest from day o
sale, secured by the bond of Un
purchaser and a mortgage of tin
premises, hut with leave to pundi
user to pay his entire hid In cash
The purchaser to pay for papers.
In the case of CoroiMno B. Biche;
vs F.M/.a Puller, et ul.
All that tract of land lying, belli]
and situated in the County am
State aforesaid, containing Fift;
three acres, more or less, heir.
Trae' NO I, of the Pasley est?t
lands, bounded liv lands of Dr. h
t?. Fuller, David Garter,and other.?
TRKMS: one half cash, balano
on a credit of twelve months, wit
interest from the doy of sale, se
cured hy the bond of the purchase
and it mortgage of the premises, bu
with leave to the purchaser to pu
his entire hld In cash. Tho pu rc I
user to pay for papers.
In th ease of John P. Hunte
et al vs Toliver Bobortson as sm
The following described proper!
situated, lying and being in th
County and Stato and ('cunt
Tract NO. 1, known as tho Choc
pince, containing One hundred an
twenty acres o.ore or less boondi
by lands of E. J. Burnside. Marti
Hiddle, Allen Martin aud other
Tract NO. 2, known as part of tl
Thompson place contain lg Seve
ty acres, more or less, hounded I
lands of In Mills A Robertson, W.
Harris, B. A Gray and others.
Tract No. 3, known as part of tl
J. H. Simpson place* oontalnil
One hundred and forty-three uer?
moro or less*, bounded bv lands
J. tl. Slmpon, dee'd, W. * 1). ;Slm
son, John and Henry Mills ai
Lightning in et c3
rent leads "tri? wi
in prices etrid sec
t,"^ e detr te for -brie
suon sun-rays or
Ladies heavy me
Turkey red table
L int towels at .
Bleaching at . .
Tract NO. 4, known ns the Flem
ing tract containing Thirty four
acres more or less, bounded by
lands of J. M. Franks, William Os
borne, Samuel Franks and others.
Lot No.."), in the town of I.aurons
subdivided, and to be sold as fol
Store house and lot bounded
north by lots of Dr. J. A. Bnrks
rlnlc,Thc National Bank of Laurens,
lt. F. Fleming and J. J. Howland;
cast 20 feet on Public Square;
?outb 180 foot on Jail alley, and
west 77A feet by Dwelling Lot, and
containing44-100of an acre.
Dwelling and Lot,bounded north
by lot of J. J. Rowland, <><? feet,
east by store house lot 77.\ feet,
south by Jail alloy 00 feet, and
west by ('undine Street 71? feet,
and containing 1-10 of an acre.
Lot No. 6, known as tho Hewlett
Sullivan lot, situated in tho town
of Laurens, and containing four
and 9-10 acres, noire or less, bound
ed by lands of W, II. Garrett, J.
M. Robertson and Hamburg road.
Tract No. 7, known as a part of
tho Thompson pince, containing
One hundred and eighteen acres
more or loss, bounded by lands of
W. P. Harris, J, R. Fowler, Jonath
an Abercrombie and others.
Tract No. 8, known as John Nel
son tract, uontaing Five hundred
and civility four acres, more er less,
bounded by binds of Dr. P. O. Pul
ler, Dav! ' Burnside, Dr. A. C.
Puller a I tilers.
TKMS: ' hie third of tho purchase
money to bo paid in cash and the
balance on n credit of ono and two :
years, with interest front the ?lay \
day of sal?', secured by the bonds
of the purchaser, and mortgagor of
the property sold. Purchasers to
pay for papers.
C. I). BA ItKSDALE,
Master, L. C.
Nov. 10, 1 --sc,.
''I nm travelling for
Da M* RA WOP'S
MAMMOTH CLOTHING HOUSE,
LAP lt KMS, S. 0.
And think ? will Wet there EliP "
In pursuance of a r?solution of tho
Itonrd of Directors of the G roon woe*.
Laurens and SparlanhnrK Railroad
Company, a meeting of tho stockholder*
Inhereby called to moot lo t)n> court
Hons??. Laurens, S. C., ?it two o'clock P.
M., December 8rd., to consinor tho r??
eont agreement oftho company to eon
aolid.ito willi the Pori Koviil and Anpuin
ta Railway Co., tho Atlguatfl and Knox
villo Railroad Co. ?he Snvannnh Vallnv
Railroad Co. nnd t I Orconvillo.fr Laur
ena Railroad Co., under the name of tho
.'Port Royal .fr W? stern Carolina Rail
way Co." By ordor or tho
Audrew Andornen Jr.
?WI iiUry. Nov 10*4
LSLivfc eley, outr wee
9 y "to biri? Torig?xt g
? uir it, y in OL ia ?^1 it y
.vetlu.? of your
01a?a/p:n.?ss a.r? GL
ed gloves at
rino unheiveat at
danm.sk at .
5c Dress goods,
STATK SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF LA UllICNS,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Pursuant lo.iudgmont for salo ?II the fol
lowing ?Mated oases, I will sell ut Laurens
L\ IL, at public outcry, on Salesday In
Deco in bor noxt, being Monday tho 6th
day of tho month, tho property des
cribed in each casi?, upon thu terms spe
cified, lo Wit!
In tho casa of C. I>. Barksdale, as Mus
ter, vs. T. lt. L. Wood.
All that tract of land lying, being ?nd
situate in tho County and Stste afore
said, on Walnut Crock, containing
Three hundred ?nd Uv? seres, mor-1 or
less, and hounded by an IH of \V. L.
Wood, J. lt. Davis, w. c. Bulentine,
and ol hers, as appears by a plat trude
by Paul lt. Kyzer, 24th March IS84.
Tornn-Cudi-Tho pureh.tsur to pay
In the case o' Martin M. TV.geo vs.
William T. Kinley.
All that tract of land lying, bein); and
situate in the County and state afore
said, containing Three hundred and
thirty-three acres, more or less, and
bounded by lund? of .James Finley,
O reen bury Puller, and others.
Terms-Ono half of tho pu rebaso mo
to he paid cash, and tho bataneo on a
Credit ol' one year, wit h interest (rom the
(lay of sale, secured hy the bond of tho
purchaser and a morl gago of tho prom
iscuo. Purchaaor to pay for papers.
C. I). BARKSDALE,
Muster, L. C.
November loth, ISS??. 4t
Trbv 0. Putnam as]
Ailm'r of Wm. W. | Complaint to >
i utnam dee'd, >si?ll realty In aid :
r.?; ?>f pera* nu ty. '
Poyden Putnam ol al, j
Pursuant to an order In tho shove sta- ,
ted ease, l will sell ut publie outcry at
Laurens . If., 8. C., on Salosday in De
comber noxt, tho following Heal estate:
lying, being and situated in tho County
of Laurens and State of South Carolina,
on waters of Bovcrdam Creek.
Tract No. I, Homestead, containing
Ninety-two acres moro or less, bounded
by landa of Martin Biddle, Thomas Can
nody and ol hers.
Tract No 2, containing Seventy-throe
acres more or loss, hounded by hinds Of
F lt Martin, A Cheek and others.
Tract No 3, containing SlxtV-flvo acres
moro or lons, boundod by tract No 'Z, J
ll Owens, J B Ithodos and others.
TKRM'S": Ono half can'.., balance on a
credit of twelve months, with Interest
from tho tlay of sale, tho credit portion
to bo secured hy the bond of tho pu roh?
user, and a ?mortgagO of tho premises
The purchaser to pay for papora.
A. W. BURNSIDK,
Nov 10. lsd ,. .Indi;" of Probate I.C
. Undertaker's .
A large and varied assoitmenl
COFFINS AND UNDERTAKES GOODS
-Cnn alwvsa bo found
- at my stand, over -
MARTIN A FULLER'S STOKE
LAURENS, g 0
jp?P^Hearse neut w ben desired.
fi. W. CORBET,
- . " An Agent
Oct 20 tr
1 bog to Inform tho publlo that I sm
prepared to serve them aa Tonsonial Ar
tist in my now quarters, under th? Rob
?lsily rprioos oiar
;round if ea,jf?t,y
HSlo groping in
mono y when
s -vi-vid asthese
. . . . li at?
_ 40 ct?
_ 25 cU
. 5 ct? each
. 4, 3-4 v<U
H 0 T E L S .
(UNDER ONE JMANAGBMFM V.)
jVTr- Hi E IDoolit/U o
These Hotels aro centrally loca
ted on ?Broad street, the principle
business thoroughfare of Augusta
and aro first class In all respects.
Use Electric and t?as?? lights; ?lee?
trie boll ill all rooms; street cars
puss the door every Av? minutes
for all parts of tho oliy. The AU
GUSTA und GLOBE "(del porters
meet passengers n* th* depots with
line carriages, hu? and baggage
wagon. Travelers are requested
not to give up ( hecks ea train.
Mr. Doolittle was formerly con
nected with the Tontine House,
New iitt\en and We?t Ead Motel,
HOLMES' SURE CURE
MOUTH WASH AND DENTIFRICE
Cm os Diced lng Uums, Ulcer?, flor*
Mouth, s .re Throat, cleanses the T*?th
Slid Purlllea thu Breath. teed ?nd rec
ouiinonded l>> leading dentist. Pre
pared uv Drs'J P. ?fc Vv R HOLVIKH
Dentist, Maeon, OH. For ?ale by all
(I r ililli : l and donfist, and ia Laurens by
Hr. P. n. CONNOR. S5-ly.
State otSoatfc ?arolioa.
COU ?i TY <>y LA UMMNM,
IN PROBATE COU HT.
Whereas, \V. W. Kotisedv has applied
to nie fur Letters of Administration ou
tim LOstolOOfC. M. Kennedy, deceased.
't hese aro therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular thu kindred and
creditors of said deceased te be und ap
pear before mc, in the ('?uri of Probate,
to he holden at Laurens c. H., cu tho
lilli dav of Nov., 1S.SC, to ?how faune.
If any they eau, why said Letters shaula
not t>o granted.
All persons having elalrns against enid
estate NV ill present the same on vr befor*
thal davor bc forever burred.
Given under my and and ?val, thia SO"th
day of October. ISSU.
... ' S- -
State ol Soatfi Karolina,
IN Piton AT K COURT.
Whereas, G. W. Shell, c. c. o. P.,
hus applied to me for Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of John
T. Duncan, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish nil and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
und appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be holden at Laurens
C. II., on the 8th day of Dec, 1880,
to show cause, if any they can, why
said Letters should not be granted.
All persons having chums against
snid estate will present the samo on
or before that day or ba forever
Given under my hand and seal
this, 27th day of October, 1888.
A. W. BURNSIDE,
Ot Probate Judge.
j-1- T---7-T- - i - mi, . ~m
State o? South C&Toiffta,
LAU K E N S C O U N T T.
IN PROBATE COURT.
Whereat, O W Sholl, C C C P, han ap
plied lo u\o for Letter? ef Arlml dnlra
lion on tho Estate of Toll j rewed, de
Thone ara therefore la elle and ad
monish nil and ningular th* kindred
and creditor? of naid dereneed, to be and
appear before in* ia ( curl *f Probate,
to ho boldon nt Lauren? C H. *B the 2Sd
dnv of Dec. 1898, to ahow eanse lt any
they can, why ?aid L*tk*r* snoold aet
All pernuna having alala** aped***
?aid entane will prenenl th* aesne era
or before that dav or b* foe*r*F barred
Oiven under my h?nd ?ad seel Mil?,
10th day of Nov*mb*r ISM,
A W BURNHID?,
?t Probst* Jndge
Vi? M .?In - tn l?:
l?v<oi-k. quiek Ml
cot, eco rf. je? u jeewev. uta* rSmu
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