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LAURENS, March 10, IH87.
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.i?OGal anfl Specialis,
Tho examination for teacher will ho
mi Friday tho 1st day ? f April noxt and
will continuo throe days,
Mahwsos and Syrup of all grades. Pri
cos to Huit tho purchaser at SULLIVAN
A MI LA M'S, Or?, S. C.
Thor? was nu impromptu danoo nt tho
Kondella Hotel last Thursday night.
Thu music WOSfurnished hy un Italian
Wo uro puinod to announce tho death
of Miss Mary Drown, an estimable
young Indy ot Cross Hill. Sbo was bur
led at Liberty Springs ebureh on tho llb
Tho Newberry Hamid ?fe Newx bas
hoon sold by A. C? Jones, former Editor
and Proprietor, to Messers E. A. Auld
and W. P. HOusoal. Mr Auld will bo
For quality and quantity of chowing
tobacco, go to Sullivan ?V M dam, Ora,
J. W. Jonos, tho Clorkofthe Council
ls busy collecting linea and licenses for
tho council. Under tho new ordinance i
skill and brains aro taxed RH well ns li .
quor and property. <
A Tnrmor living two milos from this 1
piuco, wns beard lo request a policeman I
to visit his farm for tho purpose of ma- i
king some arrosts. Ho dosiros tbroo ot <
his laborers harnessed for vagrancy.
Jonos, tho slayer of tho Prossloya in
Edgeflold, bas bonn convicted of mitti
slaughter boforo Judge Norton. Judge
Norton's charge to the jury was lull and
ablo, and occupied ono hour.
Homo citizens living in Brooklyn bavo
no outlet rroin their dwellings to the
public highways. It is right and highly
Important that tho town COU not I should
give thia part of tho town tho attontlon
In tho way or opening now streets so
A ease wont up to tho Supremo Court
of tho Un I tod States for tho State of Tenn,
in whloh it was decided that a drummer
Helling goods by samples from another
Rtato could not bo taxed for tho privi
lege of soiling, it being a violation of the
Inter-states commoroolaw, This dont
might apply to a rooont ordinance of tho
It ls approhondod that tho heavy frost
on last Friday night Will bo injurious lo
tho fruit trees now in full bloom. Fine
trees should bo mulched down with leaf
mould to prevent early blooming, ll is
sub! that Arc built in an orchard on a
frosty night will protect tho germs.
Tho right of trial by lory is sahl to bo
tho bulwark nf our English liberties. ' It
is peculiar to tho English law and tboso
countries Inheriting the S3'stein ot Eng
lish jurisprudence, it antedates Magna
Charta, and the Norman Inyasi >.,. Tho
beauty about a jory trial is Unit no ono
of their number is responsible and no
body can blame thom. They nm tho
conservators ol' tho lives, liberty and
proporty of their follow citizens. They
aro a representativo body and carry Into
tho Jury room their own rights ns well
as tho rights of their fellow citizens.
Tho safe guard of our rig lus ls tho jury
trial? the safe-guard of the jury trial la
a woll informell mind mid enlightened
conscience and tho safe-guard of the lat
tor is tho education aud virtue of the
ISO barrels of flour just reoolved at
SULLIVAN' Sc MI LA M'S, Ola, S. C.,
from l-l.so to jrt.oo por barrel.
On Thursday night last, somo un
known porson entorod a snannd
story room In tho house of Mr fl W Cor
bet of thia place, in whim four of Mr.
Corbet's daughtora wore sleeping. This
unknown person touched tho faeo of
ono of tho young bulles which awakened
lior with a scream, wborupon tho burg
lar flod through tho window which bo
Mr Corbot sont to Oreen- fllo for
blood hound to track tho orlmi 1a\ On
?Sunday morning, town Marshall, L A
I.nngston arrested a negro by thc n anio
of John Goodwin and carried him to Mr
Corbots whoro ho was Identltid by tho
young ladles as tho mun. Trial JJustice
Miller Issued a warrant and ho was
lodged in Jail. Ho is sahl to bo an ex
His* LI/.zio King ls visiting tho fam
ily of Mr. William Scott in town.
Tho Dov. Dr David Krlorson preached
In tho Presbyterian church last Sunday
morning and night. In tho mm dug ho
took his toxt at tho lil verso of rt chapter
of Jeremiah. "Thu* said tho Ixird,
stand yo in tho ways and soo, and ask
for the old paths w'ioro is tho good way
and walk thoio In and yo shall And rest
for vour souls " In tho Introduction to
bis discourse. Dr Friorson traced the
character of tbo .Tows from tho call of
Abraham down to tho oni Mvity of 1 si eal
under tho Assyrian King, although they
had boon called as tho chosen peopio to
wnom had boon commuted tho law tho
thoograoy, tho promino of a mossinh,
yot thoy wore so pu fled up with
pride and vaulting ambition
that lt bookine noooss nry
for their religious correction for thom to
bo led timo and again lntoeantivity, and
that their govern mont should bo over
thrown. Aftor tho church bad boon re
vived snow by Christ, and after the ox
p ratlon!of three centuries of adherence
io ?he faith, she began to st retch out ber
hand after the practico of tho Roman
civilization and tho torin of tho Roman
government, to such an extont that lt
Locarno noeofcsary by tho reformation of
the sixteenth century to break off from
the corni pt practices that had crept into
the church, ?nd to ret um to "tho old
This Tdoctrlne of tho toxt he ssld
might have some application to the
pr set icc s of the proton t timos.
When men was expelled from the
(larden or Edon tho edict went forth,
"bv tho sweat of ?hy brow shalt, thou
est bread," and looking from tho'r ftrnt
.state lt was oullcda curse but lt wo? 1
fact a blessing.
After the fall cf man his morai raoul
ties bc amc perverted mid dislocated
and lio was inclined to two extremes,
idleness, iml'lloronoo, amt sensuality,
on tho one lined, ami a fovorish activity,
greed ami van (ting ambition on tho oth
or. Uenoo it iu well to return,
1st, To "tho old paths" of industry on
joined upon man soon after h's lull as
the safestcourse to restore him to Eden*
ic huppiucvH. 'Phis tendency ot mans'
nature t > ono of the extremes mentioned
has developed itself in these later days
into a restivo spirit of discontent nient
with ones resources and the
legitimate increase of industry, which
too afton ends in tho contraction of
burdensome dobts ami unhappy finan
cial failures. Thc sumo spirit also lead?
to tho growth and extension of tho
wealth ol'the capitalists and tho exist
ence of monopolies tn the one hand and
the dissatisfaction of the laboring man
with the earnings Of his industry iii the
oilier, and tho unhappy result ls the
want of harmony between labor and
Capital and to tho riso of tho workJng
men'sorganizations and strikes.
2nd,''Tho old paths'* of doctrines. To
understand ami derive practical bonoflt
from Arithmetic or Geometry or Chem
istry, you must adhere to the tlrst prin
ciples of thes j branches of science. So
in rollgiotl, you must stick to tho funda
mental principles ol'the gospel us taught
lu the scrip'.ines. Religion is not incant
us some say to lie a light of society, a
forerunner ol civilization und un ndjnnct
of government, but it is th? gift of (Jod
to man for tho salvation ol his soul and
to give him lit prepnrations for heaton.
3rd, Adhere to "tho old pat he" of obe
dience. SODIO men say that it is wise
und phllOBO] hlenl to rest on tho Sabbath
illy so us to be rondy for tho next week?
work, und Mr. Ingersoll observes tho
'Sabbath perhaps from a bollol in its
utilitarian value to man and beast," hut
lt is not right t< shift tie grounds of your
medienee. A dutiful boy obeys the
.ninniatnls Of his mother, simply boonu s
ibo commands, So the christian should
keenjthfl Sabbath day and the othorjeom
natids of (?od beouuso of his example
ind command and not from a utilita
rian spirit, thus changing the grounds ol'
bailie'., look herc!
Wo offer advantages to cash buyers
hat will never 1)0 found in the beaten
lath of regular trude. We buy immense
ob lots from bankrupt concerns who ure
'orcetl to seit, and our prices are final,
. KCISIVI:. and ORUSIflNGI Kollowlnii
YO give facts und ?gures flint will ?ot
itid cnn mit Ucl
Ludios* elegant plush hand bags, loe;
Russia pocket hooks, 28o (worth7.">c): Al
igator specie purses, nickle frames, hall
map, largo slzo,22n; Ladios two bladed
ten knives, shell handle, 20c; Mailloiiro
tnives, for nager nails, 15c: Charm knlv
(S,"10oi "Oem" carpet stretchers, the
Kist, 8ftC| Madam Louis bair crimpers,
Oos liabv pins, fine gold plated, with
'Habv." "Darling," .'Pel," etc., with ont
0ttors,20o a pair, (worth 50c)? ulereo
icopos, fancy hoods, -10c, (worth $1);
Stereoscopic views, Amerieun, forolgll,
.omie, statuary and aotrossoa, 60o per
lozon, (worth $2)} gilt odge playing cards
Mle u puck, (worth 7.">e); foin Thumb
?laying cards, Me; handsome leatherette
. boto albums, Kilt edge, 25cj Music box
es, very line, fl.10; "Mikado" bangle
bracelet, latent thing in linties jewelry,
?Oe; opera leather fans, cardinal, blue,
link or while, bone stick, 500, (worth
?L25)| Ladies shears, nickle plated, .> in.,
!0e; Colored photos Of ltd rosses, ldc each,
I for 25o? Sewing machino Oil, (best
iporm), :i largo bottles, 23o; Lubina coin
lexlon soap, nie, .'leakes for 23c; Lubina
Deautifyiuv powpor, I2c;4,Cosmotlci|Uo"
or tl.O huir, 25o. Lyons tooth powdor,
argo bottles, 15e; Potrolouin Jolly po
nado, 3 bottles for 25o; Ooruinn cologne,
i now and lasting por fumo, 30o, (worth
Tie); "Stolen kisses," an OX tra fl Ito per
il mo? !<>;.. worth (worth $1 (; Fr?lich shoe
tressing, befit quality, :t bottles for 25o.
These, nee nil great bargains. No order
tiled for less than one doline. Hand
mme nickel watch locket, ?.bain and
.harm, ii/'in beautiful satin lined case,
I i ern /ree wi til every tr itt I artier amount
Itg to over tire dollars received (lurline
he next 30(lays. As ali goods not sut-j
?slaotor muy ho returned, ?/"" run rn?
fisk 111 sendintr us n trial order.
Address, Till". KM IM RE NEWS CO.,
I 2-87 Syracuse, N. V.
Mention this pipe.-.
M \ John I). Sullivan of Greenville,
ivas in town on Tnesdsy.
Miss Abbin Holmes hus hoon for some
dino um! is yet very ill.
Dr. O, B. Mayor, Jr., of Newwcrry, is
in town on pone.n.il business.
Mrs Rosa Hlmklns of Erigoflold ls on
i visit to her son Mr L. W. Simkinsof
his jillie .
Mr Chm'.ton Todd who hus hoon ntten
llng the Anderson High-School, la homo
The town Marshnls, L. A. Langston
ind 1*. H. Martin hnvo donned their
Messrs. J. II. Haywood and Tl. O.
Morgan Of Groenvlllo, argued u cuso ho
Toro tho Clerk of Court on Tuesday.
The (Nmiity Hoard of Equalization was
in session Monday? hut did not finish
their work. Adjourned until Friday.
Misses EMMA ADAIII, 'KM M A PlNKIiY,
FLORKM?V BOYD, EVFIR WATTS, and
M ATTI K ANDKUSON of Clinton, have been
visiting nt Trous. .Ino. II. Copeland's
luring the pr.ftt week.
Mr Frank "s. Anderson, left Inst week
forToxns. Tho business of the linn of
which ho was a mouther will bo contin
ued hy Moss lloyd and Anderson.
Capt J A M RH B. MAPS, tho great civil
engineer,dlod of pnoumonlu on tho int 11
mst., nt Nassau, N. 1?. Ho was tho in
ventor of the great jottles for Improv
ing h arbora.
Mrs. W. P. Hlx ofNow York, and her
dauld'ter Miss Rota, aro on a visit
to rolativoH in Laurens. They aro well
known horn and their frlemlH wlli ho
glad to moot them.
T. J? LaMolt Esq, was in town \nnt
wook In tho interest or two of tho host
journals In tho state, tho Southern t'hris
tiiin Advocate and the Columbia flegisUi.
Tho Advocate has reeontly been enlarg
ed and improved, while that ovor true
and staunch organ of domoereey tho
Register, has recently added a full corp
Of cor respondent -, hi all (lie towns of the
stato ?nd ls ono of tho newsiest sheets
rocolvod vt this ofTico.
T)rT Ersklno Todd, and Miss Magglo
Konnedy, of Nowhorry were niarriod on
last Wednesday in Newberry County hv
tho Rov. Mr. Hassell assInt od by the Rev.
D. A. Todd. On their arrival In Laurens
ti e..nibil r?ception was awaiting tho
bridal party at tho resldeneo ofJMr Sam
oul R. Todd, the tarthoi ot the groom.
Tho liaplly pair havo our host wi slit>s.
Another Art ?Orase.
Tho latest uri work among ladies ls
known HS the "Pren h ci ago" for deco
rating eh'na, glasswareotc. It ls some
thing entirety ?.. <. and ls both profitable
nnd fascinating. It is very popular In
New York Huston and other Eastern
Otiles. To Indios desiring lo learn tho
Art, wo viii send au elegant china
phieque (also 18 indies,) liundsomclv
decorated, for ii model, together witli
box ol' material, IOU colored designs
assorted in Howers, animals, soldiers,
land scapes, etc.?completo, willi full in
structions, upon receipt of only $1.00.
Tho plaequo alono is worth more than
tho amount charged. To
ever lady ordering this onllit who en
closes tho address of live oilier holies in
ti rested in Art matters, to whom we can
mail our new catalogue of Arl Hoods,
wo will enclose extra and without charge
au Imitat ion h an il painted I ir ass ;d aequo.
Instruction I.U in painting, Hi colored
pictures ftc. only I?c. Embroidery silk,
in st quality, all colors,sile, per lOOskiens
Tinsel braid, gold or silver, for art em
broidery and needle work, largo ball,
only 25o. Macramo cord, whlto OOo ncr
ll?., any color, OOo per pound. Other
goods at on ti all v low prices.
Address, Tl Ik EM PIRK NEWS CO.,
Syracuse, N. Y,
Mention the ADVERTISKU in writing.
Itu rim Clionto'n Wit.
Rufus CllOAte was constantly throwing
off apparently careless utterances which
held the germs of geniu s. Inspcakingof
John Quincy Adams' relentlessness as a
debater, ho said: ' Ile had an instinct
for the jugular vein and the carotid
artery as unerring as that of nay carniv
(if a lawyer who was ns contention!: ns
he w as dull witted, he declared, "He is a
bulldog with confused ideas."
The court once demanded that he
should find a precedent for a course of
action ho had proposed.
"I will look, your honor," he returned,
with his peculiar courtesy of manner,
"and endeavor to find a precedent, if you
require it, though it seems to bc a pity
that the court should lose tho honor of be
ing the first to establish so just a rule."
Of an ugly artist who lind painted a
portrait of himself ho declared: "It isa
FLAGRANT likeness." Ilia casual criti
cisms were full of meaning. After look
ing through a volume of "Poetry cf tho
East," he said:
"The Oriental seems to lie amply com
petent to metaphysics, wendel l idly com
petent to poetry, ccarccly competent to
virtue, and utterly Incompetent to lib
This was expression treated as a fine
art. hut those of US who oro not geniuses
might moko it a finer art than wo do.
A Fireproof Tree.
The Gardeners1 Chronicle mentions a
curious tree, a species of rliojvola. cf con
torted appearance, and growing to a
height of about twenty feet, which is said
by Mr. W.l hi.deton l')yi r to be absolutely
indestructible by bro. and which survives
in large districts in South America, where
tho dry pastures and bush arc burned
twice a year, and everything in thc way
of vegetable life is destroyed, with tho
exception of this treo.-Scientific Ameri
Degradation ?>f Om- Hace.
You can astound yourself by keeping a
census of tho finer, more promising boys
in any town, nnd watching their progress
for twenty years. You will find the
waste enormous. It is the misery of
mothers, the death of fathers, end thc
degradation of the human race. Wo have
embodied in our customs tho deliberate
degradation of our human nature--Globe
Very Good in Ulm.
..Was it a lovomnSvh?" "Not exactly.
She lived next ib^v, y.m know, Charles
had read fto'fftowhero that few women
continue their piano playing long after
marriage and ho concluded to tm t lo it.
\Vo didn't want to leave tie* noighlxir
hood, ..you si*\ so Charles married her.
Very good in him, wasn't it?"
A man who stutters [mys out his words
on the installment plan. -Pittsburg
Tho Leadville mines have produced
(1 l l,OOO,OOO to date.
Ladles Guido to Fancy-work.
Tills work contains nearly 300 hand
some illustrations willi instructions for
making hundreds of beautiful things,
either tor adorning your homo or pres
ents for your friends at a most trifling
expense, Including all kinds of Paney
Work, Artistic Embroideries, I.ace
Work Knitting,Tatting and Not Work;
contains designs for Monograms, Ini
tials, Tidies, Lamhroo ns, Ottomans,
Countcrpains, Hugs, Carriage ri.hes,
Brackets, Wall Pockets, Waste Paper
Muskets, Work Poxes, Work Krsknts,
Work hairs, Pen wipers, Hanging bask
ots, Catch-alls. Pin cushions, Footstools,
Handkerchief boxes, (?love boxes, Card
baskets. Sofa pillows, Table covers.
Work stands, Table scarf screens, Scrap
bags, Hand bags, Table mats, Toilet
mats, hamp mats, hamp shades, Pillow
shams. Pillow sham holders. Curtains,
Toilet stands, Slipper cases, Petter eas
es. Picture frames, Toilet sets, Cloths,
Knish hobler?, Hassocks, Cigar boX08,
Satchels. Paney Purses, Slippers, DrOS
Sing gOWtlS, Music portfolios, Knife eas
es, Kans. Klowor baskets, Plant stands.
Plower pot covers shawl dress trim
mings, Window shades, leather work.
Spatter work. Leaf photographs and
many other things.
His handsomely hound, containing <>l
largos column pagos, and will bo sent
post pail! for only 80 cents. lt is the
tinest hook on taney work ovor publish
ed, and every lady Interested in house
hold art shout I secure a oopv at once.
Address, Til S EMPIRE NEWS ( <?..
Syracuse, N. Y.
Mention this paper.
Moving at 2-40 speed with a big
train heavily freighted with bar
gains in Fancy Family Groceries,
Confectioneries, Av., Ao" lins just
"dumped" a large portion of them
of J. II. JAMBS, who ls now run
ning n regular schedule,constantly
adding now goods to his already
Mammoth stock, and Insists thal
tho goods must go
-CHEAP FOH GASH,
in order to make room for
Wewin not attempt to mention In
detail the articles comprising our
elegant stock, hut simply say to
one and all, und especially the la
dles and children
COME AMD SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
J. H. Jamo?.
Lanena, H. C. Keb. 2Urd 1877 Um
? beg leavo to inform my custo
mers and the public generally, thai
I havo moved my
Into tho Kondella Hotel.
ii. M- Htoua.
You can purchafl* thc only ROAD CART made that will not annoy yon with a Boro back horae.and
are the easiest ol access, without torso motion, cheap und reliable. Auy ordinary ouKiry tiuruu.a
adapted to their use.
WK AUK TUE SOLE AGENTS KOlt
New York Belting and Packing Co/s
Standard Rubber Belting,
Tho host made, and carry In Mock all sizes, 'l to ll Inches. Also, PURE OAK LE VTH Ult BELT
ING, guaranteed to i>o AS GOOD AS CAN UK MADE.
Tanned ami Uaw Hide l.aeo Leal nor, superior in quality (rcooinmciuin Itself.)
Also, a full line ol MANILLA ItOl'K, all HUes, .Ma time on, lt.vets and Holt nooks at Lowest
JUST UKO Kl Viii)-Seventy-five DOUBLE DARREL 8UOT GUNS, Ol Unproved patterns and host
nakes of Mu/./..o and Drveoh Loader*.
one cur load SlloT.to O'W SHELLS; nun Im 'lenients, Wads, Pow 1er, An., wh'ch wo witt run on*
at l/iw Prices. Also In block eic most complete imo of IIAKDWAKK, eanx-nifrs' Toots, Ulaok?
siniiiia Too s, Hollows, Anvils, Vice?, ol dDominion Nalia, spike*, Looks, muges Ac, which, having
been bought at lowell cas'i prices 'ic fore tho ad valions, ouablcs us tu oller them at STItlcT UAH
In addition to the above, we Will oller for tho next sixty days, to close out con?lituiucnta. al
GREATLY R?DUUBO PRICKS: s.u.
C5OPI<;N W\ TOV uuooiB K
16 roi' I'.I.K IONS ?ni I PUNKY I'll .KTONS.
lo Bztended I'OPOAIIltlOLEl'VESaud suuitYS.
67 TWO. TIIUKK nial KO'.IU UOitSK WAGONS.
These (rood > areordoreil a ltd, and will go at a aaoriH :e. Thor are all standard Work, and Bild
a-lih the r ?ular twelv.- montu v ?ii.uaaiee, Aa examination ol tliesj vehicles will convlnoo any oue
that they me ABSOLUTE HA Itu VIN'S.
? ur regular ?to k o* Kl \ BOPKN an 1 Tot? BUGGIES ls lnrgor timi f ir many years, and to triona
wisiimx a at rio i ly Kine Hmoo* we can offer some ex ra anim- motts. Tltisstouk comprises um cele
brate ! makes ol r?KA UK? iou A HM I I'll ami oilier ir sl-c a s m ik M, and aro 111 quail! y lili-: 1J HS I'.
Durmgtne santo limo wo w li offer many specialties in Mindie and Dannie Harness, Ku?? Truck
Uaruoss, Light and Heavy L'atrn/u llameas, Slmrlo amt u ?u ?lu Wagon Harness
loo asi rtod SA 1)1)LtS, Ladles'und Mon's. Twoiotsot Socond-lland M'.Loll in sad.tic stirrups
Loathers, Olrths, Un Iles, Ac, a' pn n er before o fer -1. V ?ii ca i alfar I tu turon away your old
li !? ness sud buy nea- ai i tn- prices thean KU als will no sold for.
We caa also offor extr m-j low prie'M ou a larga cJitilgnuont ot L1? VTII???t just raoelved, com.
prsi'iif I* Ut l-l J phi I '?.if ml Kid son. Sion Lannes ail l'o;??.a,s; U\K au I Hemlock bo.e
Leather, narawa Leathor, t'i'ii-r Loather Ac,.Vu.
L^ok oulfor tue L" AHO AI NS tor Ino NKX I' .MX l'Y DAYS at
GOODYE?B ?i CO'S.
At tho Oil! Stan ;, oppislte tt-orgln ll dinn<I Bink, 70-1 Broad St.
nE.\ DQUARTEItS FOR
Coach Materials, Saddlery, Harness, Loather,
Tue Finest and Most Varied Assortment of Chr. lren'a Carnago? Ever
Brought to tho City. At all priced.
Tidings of Comfort and %?oy
To tliOBO who have boon wrenched ami jerked about bv so-called road carta. Wo
now offer you thc moat delightful vehicle, with FINEST wheels and axlc3 for
Try or?o and save your health. Every mm who own? a horses, or wishss, to train
a colt, should huveono, us tho prico is within tho rea di of all.
DAY & TANNAHILL, Augusta, Ga.
L,A.TT:R,3?i2-T?5 OO U JM 'X' X_
A splendid farm in Spartanburg
County on Pacolot Uiver. I.ot of
(rood bottom lands. .Also up lands
belonging to the place and in a
good state of cultivation. Good
wildings-Location healthy and
very [desirable-Situated near the
line of Spnrtailburg & Asheville:
Terms easy-A bargain offered.
A house and lot in the city of
Groonvillo-Location one of (ho
best, hoing oonvonionl io business
portion Ol the city-Churches near
lino of Street railway.- House COU
tains 5 spacious rooms nil well ar
ranged for convenience-Water
splendid-Good servant house in
Yard - Also stable Ac, on lot
Price low-Term ; very easy
No ensh wanted.
Throo nt i m- houses ia th.! town of ksu -
3000 ?icu - land, looatod lu difTerou
portions nf Laurens county.
Foil S \ LI: Ol' IvBN r -
A numil ir <>i ul mini roaldoncos Wi Mi c
I.>v\ ii of ?.aureus.
A new store llOIISO at illili Poll.t on
the ii i, A s lt li, Prien low A splendid
stand for a sture.
V r par Imitare as ?<? nov of tho a*>ov o
DroDorty call in <>r address
1 .1 M HAMPTON,
.1 c OAflTiTNOTON "i""
A lnr^caiitl varied Rssoitment ot
COFFINS ANO UNDERTAKERS , GOODS.
1 ? it ik always be found at my stand, over MAltriN & T L LLI.ir?
ST< ) lt K, L A T U K N\S, 6.C. Ctfri?eurxe sent when desired..jgfl
Night dills pi'omully attended tu by enlling ut my residence in Jersey
G . W. CORBET,
At tho last rotular mooting, tho following resolution wm muru
?tisly adopted :
RESOLVED} That SULLIVAN & MILAM'S store is Headquarters
FOR Plantation Sajup-plies.
wo have on hand n completo stoe'.< of rtroocrlc, Dry doods, Hoots, Shoos,
Drugs, d hiss and T! M - wa rc, I II fuel overyl li i n ir usually kept suitatdoror far in ors,
and will soil shuni low down for wish, or on i ho most reasonable no tus on cred
it, divo us II call and ho convinced. Respectfully,
2-3IU-S7-2-8. ."I I.I.IVAN A M 11. A M. Ora, S. c.
IS P. [s A RLACK SILK DRESS PATTERN, Value $20 00, to
tho one holding tickets aggregating the largest amount of goods
bought during the year |887.
2N i). I s an QV ISRC< ?AT, Value $12 00, to tho ono holding tickets
aggregating thc noxl largest aniouul of good? bought during 1887.
3RD. Isa HOLT OR STANDARD ll LEACHING, Valued at
$7 00, to tho one holding tickets aggregating tho next largesl amount
goods bought during the year 1887.
ITU. A pair of LARGES or GENTS SHOES, Value ?? 00, to tho
ono holding tickets aggregating; the next larges! amount ol' good.-,
bought during tho year 1887.
Tickets not issued for less than One dollar. This is a grand offer.
AT THF. ISM POR I UM.
W. H, GlLKEP\8Q &
; A NEW DEPARTURE i
IX addition to oe k of heavy groceries and plantation .sup
plies, WC have received a CAR-L< IA D ol'
WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
Which we prc poso to sell ni FACTORY PRICES. "Appreciating
tho demand for sining mid durable farm wagons, wo have been care
ful to ?elect the very bes! in Hie market, ibo Clebraled
Old Hickory Wagon .
Ry purchasing In car-load lots and selling al the shortest profits,
weare enabled louder superior advantages io mir customers.
Hiram W Davis Buggy,
T- tho best on earth for tho money. livery vehicle guaranteed
Call and examino our stock and prices.
Respect ful I v,
MARTIN &. POLLER,
j ; Watch this space next week, i i
It will tell you to go to
WILKES' BOOK-a DRUG STORE
THE BEST GARDEN SEEDS.
This space will also point to I he numerous a 11 ra 'lions In Fa ney Arti
eles, Stationery A e. kept by W ILK ISS, in lultlltitlll tu lt full line of tl i'll gs
THE BIG EAGLE.
J.R. COO PUR & CO'S,
Mammoth Grocery Housoca 1 i>e found a full and completo stock
of Prob Urocorlos*\vhich wo will sell low for O A- ?B 1>:l?
tics wanting such will dowell to got our prices before buying. For
they might save money "AND DON'T Vol FORGET IT."
?J. IR,. COOPER. &; OO.
ALSO, We bavo soveral standard brands of GUANOS', which we
oller on good terms. ?Soe us or \V. I). HARRISDALE before buying.
J. B- Coopsr 8s Co.
::F0R FAMILY USE*
We recommend our fino stock of Imported and Domestic -Brandies
Wines, Whiskies, ?vc, at the following prices.
Pure Mountain Corn Whiskey $1.75 to $2.00 per Gal.
" Rock and Corn. .1.05
41 Kentucky Rye.2 00
" Rock and Rye.1.00
" Apple Brandy.8.00
" Calafornia " ."
" (iinger " .LT.")
" French " 8y?ars old,.. .2 l>:>
u Gin. imported ... .1.00
t% German wino, pure grapo.... 1.25
*' Catawba wins.1.50 tn
" Port wine.1.76 to u .< "
" Ginger Ale,per dozen bottles 1,00
? Soda water, ? " " "
" Sarsaparilla " " " "
" Lager beer in keg, 50c per gallo i.
,4 in bottles, per dozen 1.2?
Wo make the nbove goods a specialty, wo have also In connection a
flue stock of Fancy and Domestic Crecerle*,Cigars and Tobacco Ac
Pienso call and eonvineo VOursolf as to thc quality and prlco of our
goods before buying elstwh.ro.
L. & A KOPPEL