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J. C. OAKLINGTON,
WHITHER AUK WE DRIFTING.
The Abbeville Press and Runner
of lust week republishes a strong
Article from the Columbia Register
in defence of "Southern Civiliza
tion," and in a pointed editorial
auks tho question. "Are we true to
our past history?" All of this "Now
South" talk is shown to he a reflec
tion and a sim mo Ton the laud we
It is also shown that in ninny
things wo have recta/ed the Im
press of tin; conqueror.
This Is emphatically true. The
North is striving now more than
ever, not to cultivate tho friendship
of Southerners, but to oblit?rale
the traditions and uproot that spirit
which has given tone and diameter
to the South, and which was be
queathed to us hy a chivalrous an
The oivalizod world has como to
recognize South Carolina as thc
champion of women's honor. From
time immemorial the highest plane
bas been woman's, ami an insult to
her meant a serious penalty.
In no state Is the sanctity of mar
riage more fully recognized; we
give w oman the right lo own prop
erly, and make contracts
concerning it; we give
all rights that true wo
men desire. Hut this mighty struc
ture, this grand social fabric, which
it was the pride of our fore-fathers
to ereet and which is viewed with
livy by the world, is being shat
ered by Innovations suggested by
those who, b<* force of arms, failed
to sha KO it.
Well may \Vo stop und con
sider the question "Aro we
true toour past history, when we
have in South Carolina nu organ
ized movement,-a society the
membership of which embraces
many of the purest and noblest
women in the lund-the avowed
object of w hich is to mould public
sentiment, so as to allow woman
to enter where men often hesitate,
-the political arena. This is the
object of the W. C. T. U. organiza
tion, but wc daresay it could never
have gained such a stronghold in
South Carolina if it liad not assum
ed the garb of a temperance socie
ty. So far wo as have seen, only a
few members have openly proclaim
ed themselves wonian'sutTragists.
Our town bas only been paying
a little over twelve hundred dollars
n year to policemen, and consid
ering the importance and dignity
of the town, this amount ls entirely
too small. Steps should lie taken
at once to raise the amount. Lt the
officers now employed will not ac
cept an Increase of salaries, then
by all means employ half a dozen
more. At this season of the year
there should he a relier force; the
town will likely be flooded with
people during the summer who will
be hard to manage, and it is not
right to vork our vigilant force to
death. Another matter needs at
tention. Laurens ls a big town,
and it is a great hardship to require
such offlcers as po'icemen to walk
through mad and slosh and soil
tneir fine clothes. They should be
furnished at least two good hor
ses and probably a phaeton. Thes(.
aro important matters, for it has
long silica; been established that it
is impracticable to Improve streets
and even though it were practicable
everyone knows that oar's do not
need work. A fev bands Shoveled
a little dirt about throo years ago,
and put in a few temporary bridges,
and it is extravagant to look after
these again. Hut, Inasmuch ns tin:
property is taxed to the utmost lim
it allowed by the charter, and a li
cense fee charged for everything
else that eau bo taxed, it becomes
a serious question : How to spend
tho otirplUS? This surplus ques
tion is a mighty problem and we
trust that our "city fathers" will
not be deluded into tho belief that
anything is wrong with the streets
of Lauren.-:, lint that they msy sec
thc necessity of increasing tho po
lice foreo nt once. They sinai ld
examine tho record and see that
ft ls not loud nod hoist rous men
who threaten to cutand shoot, that
these polieceman have to deal with,
but in nearly every instance they
are confronted by men who sro so
beastly drunk that they cannot tube
caro of themselves. Then lt is some
times necessary to arrest a vagrant,
in Willoh case our present force is
entirely inadequate. Wo want half
A dozen more men nt least.
Tho Greenville ?Vetos suya '-the
AnvKKTisKit blames President
< llev?la nd boca IMO ho refused to
.sign tito rivera ?nd harbor? bill
after the wisdom of 400 niembers of
congress had approved lt."
It la not so much the result, ns
the reasons, for it, that we object
to. Congress is responsible, for thc
delay in passing this bill, but after
lt passed, we think tho President
I should bave given it bis Attention.
I Surely he was sufficiently acquain
ted with tile provisions of the bill
to have formed an opinion, and if
it was necessary to kill it in order
to "defend the treasury and the peo
ple from possible robbery or oppres
sion" be should have vetoed it. Hut,
we have never seen such a state
ment from the President. On ibo
contrary, inasmuch ns ho refused
to sign it foi want of time to
examine it, he could not have been
i opposed to the measure.
As this was one of the most Im
portant acts of Congress, we think
be should have given it attention
oven though it did get in at a late
hour. If it was, asTnuny believe, a
wise provision for great internal
improvements, lt should have been
made a law. if on tho other hand
it was a useless expenditure of the
pul lie money, it should have met
an executive death. Wo still be
lieve that the importance of the
measure was ?neb as to have de
manded the President's attention
They say prohibit ion does pro
hiblt in Anderson, und we hope
that this may be said as long as
the law is In force. If pro
hibition continues to prohibit
in that city however, An
derson will lind herself famous, as
the only place on earth that has
succeeded. Laurens was several
times --dry" and started out with
a great show at enforcing the law;
but she got "wet" after a while. So
did Atlanta; and in Providence Tl
I. where it was said "prohibition
would prohibit," WO find after six
months trial, 10C arrests for viola
tions and three convictions. There
Is one way to stop tho sale of whis
key; that is, cut oft'the demand for
it. Supply and demand go togeth
i er on this article.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
Washington March 25 1887.
The composition of the Inter
state Comm?re.- Commission has
been the chief subject of comment
here for the past few days. For
tho most part it seems to give sat
isfaction, and some are even en
thusiastic in its praise. One prom l-l
neut citizens of Washington re
marked that tho character of the |
1 men composing the board was am
ide compensation for the delay in
Now ano then you hear a Hi pub
lican object to the appointment of
Judge Cooley as one of tho repre
sentatives of his party, saying' that
he bas not been in accord w ith the
Republican party for some years,
but as a rule bis selection ls highly
contended by leading men of both
sides. The Democrats would have
been giutlftcd If ex-Ropresontativo
Morrison's nanni had beaded tho
list for the longest term of oftice,
six years, and Judge Cooley been
pi von the second place. But, at
tho White House, the explanation
of this was that the Judge hud
made such a sacrifice to accept a
place on the commission that it
was the least tho President eon ld
do to name him first. It is said he
sacrificed $25,000 per anani as re
colver for tho $7,000 salary of a com
In polities tho commission, as was
to be expected, is divided between
democrat majority and a ropubli
cah minority. The representative
character of each of tho d?mocrat
ie members, Messrs. Morrison,
Bhoonmaker and Bragg, will pass
without question. Mr. Shoonmak
er is sahl to be tho personal selec
tion of the President. Iii' was a
I rusted friend of the late (Jovenor
Tilden and bas long had the confi
dence ol Mr. Cleveland. Mr. Wal
ker of Vermont has the partisan
endorsement of Senator Edmunds,
and Judge Cooley, if questioned,
wouul prononce himself a Republi
The list of names reveals n con
scientious effort to secure thc most
competent, qualified and abb- men
who could be obtained for the sala
ries. In each ease there is some
thing to give tho man peculiar
claim to be distinction. Messrs
Cooley, Walker and Bragg have
been prominently identified with
the subject of governmental rela
tion to the railroad. Mr. Bragg, as
president of the Alabama Railroad
Commission, ami Mr. Walker, as fl
member of the Vermont Senate,
have had experience in the forma
tion and execution of legislation
affecting tho railroads, and Judge
Cooley is perhaps the most eminent
authority in the United states on
subject of Constitutional law ailee
lng inter-state commerce.
Mr. Morrison is qualified by his
long experience as a lawmaker,
bis thorough study of commercial
questions and his universally re
cognized integrity and earnestness.
Mr. Shoonmaker special fitness for
tho appointment lies in his familia
rity with the law? and commerce
of New York, and his relations to
(Jovenor Tilden ns a co-operator in
bis reform measures.
This law Is a vast problem. Kv
cry feature of Its operations is more
or less uncertain, and whatever Is
done adverse erltislam and vigorous
opposition may bo expected. Un
der tho circumstances the President
could scarcely hnvo followed bet
tet rules of selection. In choosing
tho Commissioners on tho basis of
merit, he has relieved himself of
responsibility to a greater degree
(han he could have done by Appoint*
mon I H based more upon political
a nd persona! consid?rations.
The construction of tho Inter
state Commerce Commission hus
been a work of s-x weeks fur tho !
President. To make it satisfactory,
fairly representative of nil conflict
i ii ?X filterest, and fairly representa*
tive Of tho various sections of tho
country-conditions which aro ne
cessary, becauso tho commission
will bo in Its widest s?nse a Nation
al court-tho a tempt to do all this,
the President says, bas been tho
most difficult puzzle of Iiis Admin
istration. Several timos ho sup
posed lie had tho Commission com
pleted, but each (imo a hitch occur
ed and an entire redistribution of
places was necessitated. Every
lime four good members wore se
cured it was found Impossible to
get a fifth who would exactly lit in
with the other four and then a com
pleto recast was required,
The labors of thc Commission will
he comprehensive and a considera
ble force of clerks and assistants
will be required. Substantially,
(he Capital will have a new Depart
ment. Altogether (he effect upon
this city will he more pronounced
(lian that of any law passed in re
Another Art Craze.
Thc latest nrt work among ladies is
known as the "Kron di crngo" for deco
rating eh'na, glassware etc It is some
thing entirety ?eic. and ls hot h prolltablc
and fascinating, lt ls very popular in
New York Boston and other Kastern
enies. To ladies desiring to leam the
Art, we Aili send au elegant china
placquo (sl/.e ls inches,) handsomely
decorated, for a model, together with
box of material, hui colored designs
assorted in Mowers, animals, soldiers,
land-scapes, etc.?complete, with full ill
structioua, upon receipt of only $1.00.
The placquo alone ls worth more than
tho amount charged. To
over ladv orderin? this outfit who en
closes tho address of live other ladies in
terested in Art matters, to whom weean
I mail our now eataloguo of Arl doods,
wo will cuidoso extra and without charge
an imitation hand painted brass plncqiic.
Instruction hook in pnlntiug, lo colored
pictures ?sc. only lae. ICmbrohL*ry silk,
best quality, all colors,KOc, per lOOskiens
Tinsel braid, gold or silver, lor arl em
broidery and needle work, large hall,
only 25o. Macram? cord, white B?c ncr
lh.4 any color, nile por pound. Other
goods at equally low prices.
Address, TH li KM Kl KIO NKWS co.,
Syracuse, N. Y,
Mention thc ADVKilTIKKK io writing.
VKST'S EXCITI NCI GAMKOK DKAW
-Once on a limo Senator Vest had
(ried a case in a little county sent,
and received a large loo for (dear
ing his mai . So milch money in
(he bands of the you n JJ lawyer was
as tempting (o the denizens as a
cool watermelon toa bungay negro.
The result was a game of poker.
Tlie boys intended (o 'leece Ves(,
and of course stocked the cards.
They had no place (o play in hut
a little shed that Inn! no floor, but
?onie fresh dry wheat straw. Ii
was a flve-hdilded game, and a dry
goods box sorted us ti table, ll hap?
pened to be a jack pot, and Vost
oponed i( on (bree queens. Tin?
cards being fixed the oilier follows
bad hotter hands, and of course
raised before tho draW. Vest stood
the raise and drew two curds. As
luck WOtlld hllVO it llO go( (he oth
er queen. The beding commenced
exceedingly warm. They would
raise tho young lawyer and he
would see them and go a little bet
tor. An outsider, who stood in willi
tho gang', looked over Vest's shoul
der and saw what a formidable band
ne bad. Ile hold up four lingers,
shook his bead and in other ways
triedlo warn bis friends, hut to no
purpose. Ile saw thal Vest would
break tho crowed, so be lit a maddi
and set tho straw Moor on lire und
t?"?ld them to run dear lifo. With
one hand Vos* raked in thc boodle,
with the other ho exhibited his love
ly queens, and as be went out out of
tho door with bis eoat-lail on Are,
he said: "Lcd ber burn; the pol is
mine."-t 'hic(t(/o I Ir raid.
Ladles Outdo to Fancy-work.
This work contains nearly 300 hand
some illustrations willi instructions for
making hundreds of beautiful things,
either Tor adorning your home or pres
ents for your friends al a most trillin?
expense, Including all kinds of Ka ney
Work, Artistic lOmhroidorioH, Lace
Work Knitting,Tatting and Net Work;
contains designs for Monograms, Ini
tials, Tidies, Lunibron ns, ottomans,
Counterpains, Unga, Carrlago rohes.
Brackets, Wall rockets, Waste Pa por
Baskets, Work Boxes, Work Brakels,
Work hags, Ken wipers, Hanging bask
ets, Catch-alls, Kin cushions, Footstools.
Handkerchief box os, Olovo box OS, Card
baskets, Sofa pillows, Table covers,
Work stands, 'fabio scarf screens, Scrap
bags, Hand bilga, Table mats, Toilet
mats, Lamp mats, Lampshades, Pillow
shams, PillOWham holders, Curtains,
Toilet stands, Slipper eases. Letter eas
es. Plot ll TO li?mes, Toilet sets. Cloths,
Bruah holders, Hassocks, Cigar ho.xos,
Sateh.ds, Kailey Kurses, Slippers, Dres
sing ?owns. Music portfolios, Knife eas
es, rana, Flower baskets, Plant stands,
Flowor not covers Shawl dress trim?
minga, window shades, Foal ber work,
spatter work. Loaf photographs ami
many other Ulinga.
Illa handsomely bound, containing (ll
large.'! column pages, and will ho s uit
post paid for only .10 cents. It is the
finest hook on fancy work ever publish*
ed, and every lady interested in house
hold art slioul I secure a copy at once.
Address, Til'0 K M KI ll K N K W's CO.,
Syracuse, x, yt
Mention this paper.
A painful incident which recalls
Edgar Poe's thrilling sketch on
tided: "Premature Burial," is re
porter from Saumur. A young
man who wa - afflicted with a con
tagious disease, suddenly died, at
least *o all appearances, and bis
burial was ordered to take place
as soon as possible. The under
taker's men, who carried the collin
to the grave, (bought that they
beard a noise like knocking Under
Its lid, yet, hoing afraid of creating
a panic among (he people who at
tended the funeral, (bey went on
with their burden. The coffin was
duly placed In the grave, but, ns
tho earth was being (brown upon
lt, umlstnkable sounds of knocking
were beard by everybody. The
Mayor, however had to be sent for
before the coffin could be opened,
and some delay Occurred In the
arrival of the official. When tho
lld was removed the horrible dis
covery was mode that the unfortu
nate inmate had Just died of as
Tho building of a new Hrblgo
?eros? Habun Crock, at Babb's Mill,
in Dial's Township, will bo ?otto
tho lowest bidder on tho KUb dav
of April next, at 12 o'clock M., with
the right to reject, any bids made.
W. H. DRUMMOND,CC. I?. Ci
March 8d, 1887 ti
Lrodlos, look horot
Wo offer advantages to O?.H/I huyera
t li it t Will never l>o found in tim bonton
oath ofregular trade. Wo buy humen o
joh lois from ?.a o i, m pi concerns who nra
forced to sett? und our prinos aro final,
I.ECIStVK. and (.'Kl SH 1 NU ! PollOWlnU
WO give linds lind ?gUl'08 Hutt wilt not
una cannot Itel
Ladles'olegant plush band bags, 40oj
Kussla pocket hooks, 2S . (worth mc)J Al
ligator spoolo purses, nickle tramos, ball
snap, largo si/.o, 22oj badi CH two bladed
pen knives, shell handle, 20oi Manlcuro
knives, for linger nails, I (jo : < harm kniv
OB,*10oi "Oom" earpet stretchers, tim
l>es|, !D5oj Madam Louis hair crimpers,
IOCJ Ila by pins, lino gold plated, with
"llahy," "Darling," 'i'et," etc., with eui
letters, ?Oe u pair, (worth 60o)? stereo
seopes, laney hoods, -lile, (worth $1);
Stereoscopic views, American, foreign.
COUlIc, statuary and actresses, 6O0 per
dozen, (worth i'2)\frill edge playing cards
Huon pack, (worin 75o)i Tom Thumb
playing carda, luci handsome leatherette
photo albums, ^dt edge, 2?o; Muslo box
es, vary tine, fl.lU; ".Mikado" bangle
Dracnleti latent thiny in ladies jewelry,
ilOotOporn leather fans, cardinal, blue,
pink ur white, hone slick, aile, (worth
$1.25); Ladies shears, nickle plated, <i in.,
aOcj Colored photon of act rosses, 10c oaoh,
.'I for 25c! Sewing niaohinn oil, (best
sperm), tl large bottles, '.!.'><.; Lubins com?
pexion soap, hie, tl cakes for 25c? Lubins
Kean til vin V pow per, I2c| "< 'os m el i ci pie"
for tl.'' hair, 25e: Lyons tooth powder,
largo bot t les, |,">c; letroleuin jelly po
made.tl bottles for 'JV; (tern -tn uol?gno,
a new and lasting perfumo, 30o, (worth
75e); "Stolon kisses," nu extra line per
fume, 40a, worth (worth si ); 1'rcneb shoo
dressing,best quality, :> bottles for 25c.
'i'hesc are >'ti ffreatibarffuiiut. No order
filled for lesa' than one. dollar, Ilnnd
HOUlontekcl watch locket, chain and
charin,'i" in beautiful salin lined case,
given free with every trill order amount
ing to over five dollarn receiv ed during
the next tin days. As ah goods not sut
Istuelor may ho returned, you run no
risk In Bonding usa trial order.
Address, Ti IK KMPI11K NKWH CO.,
:i 2-K7 Syracuse, N. Y.
Mention this paper.
T ll K N K W
BARBER SI TOP
(fl beg to Inform thu public that I am
proparod t<> sorvo (hem as Tonsoulal Ar
tist inm^.nowquartors, ttndor tho Uob
or'.S ::. _? ...
1>. ll. CANTY
Moving nt 2-10 sliced with ti big
train heavily freighted with bar
gains in Kailey Fumily Groceries,
Confectioneries, Ac, &e" bus just
"dumped" u largo portion of thom
of ?J. II. ?J AMISS, who is now run
ning a regular schedule,constantly
adding now goods to his already
mammoth stock, and insists that
the goods iniist gO
-CHEAP FOlt CASH,
in order to make room for
Wo will not attempt to mention in
detail tho articles comprising our
elegant stock, hill simply say to
one timi nil, and especially the In
dies and children
COME AMD SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
J. H. Jame?
Laucos, s. c. rob. 23rd IS77 .ito
A ll Supervisors of La uro ns ( ?olin
tp appointed for tho year 1887, uro
hereby notified to seo the Over
seers of tho public roads, or to se
lect nod appoint 0*'erseors where
tiny resign, und n i reel them to
work and put al. public roads in
good condition by the first of April
next, and said Supervisors uro lo
examine said ronds, and if not put
in good condition, to direct said
roads worked .?.gain at once; ?ind to
make their report to County Com
missioners, Tuesday after Silldtiy
in April. JA M IOS HELL,
March l<>, 1887, ?i Chm'n n v c
To Te ache rs.
The next regular examination of
Teachers |or Laurens County, will
beheld at Laurens Coilli House
beginning on April 1st, Friday Sat
urday and Monday. Continue tl
days. Friday und Saturday will be
devoted to White Teachers and
.Monday lo Colored Teacher-.
Poachers will take due notice and
M. L. Lt i.LOCK,
Sc h o< il ( 'mn. L. C
Delinquent Land Sales.
List ofdolilUplOlit Lands in Laurens
County, S. C., as returned to tho Audit?
or's Ornoo, by J. ll. Copeland, County
L \ruKNs TOWNSHIP,
IV. S. Hunters Kstnte, WI lures, 2
il. W. Loyd, iidni'r, 1RS acres, I build
You NOS TOWNSHIP.
Hugh Sharps estate, 50 acres, 1 build
I)i af.H TOWNSHIP.
John A. Owl figs' estate, 865 aerea, 1
J. W. .Jones, ft ncrOS, no buildings.
M. KS. Burdett, .'IS acres, no buildings.
W ATR li Loo Tow NH li I P.
M.O., .M. .M. it J. Il, Scott, KOO acron,
Isoin Nelson, 120 acres, 2 buildings.
cuoss 111 m. TOWNSHIP.
Hogan .Motes est?te, 51 aerea, no build
0. M. Holdings estate, 580 nero?, I
JohnT. Duncan, 1281 acres, 211 build
Notice is hereby given that tho whole
of tho several parcels, lots ami parla ol
lots of real estate, described in th? prn
coodiug list, or HO much thereof as will
ho necessary to pay tho tuxes, nonah les
and coHts tlioroon," will he sold by the
Treasurer ol'Laurens County, H. ('., In
front oftho Court House door, in sahl
County, on Monday the 1th day of April
noxt, unless sold taxes, assessment and
penalttoa?re paid before that tim?. Haid
salo shall continuo from day to day un
til all sahl parcels, tracta or iota of real
estate shall be Hold mt offered for salo.
Halo to commence al 12 o'olook .M.
(?. M. LA NOHTON,
Doctors Use It!
ITBO what? Oco limy ?sk naturally
what is ll that a Ductor do?8 not uso.
Wo ll wo cannot undortako to say what
aro all tho inodtolllOH they uso, hut with
oxflollont nomi i' ' .111-1,1, they i >
scribe and recommend
PELHAM'S PECTORAL SYRUP
as the surest remedy for coughs, colds,
whooping cough? cough of measles oto.
Ti y it. Only 25o a ln>tth!. For salo,
W hoi OHO lo and retail at Laurens by
B. F. Posey & Bro.,
?*?-Soio Agonts, Druggists.
State nf South Carolina.-County
of Laurens.-Court of Common
Pursuant to Judgments for sale
in the following stated eases, I w ill
soil nt publie outcry tit LauronsJC.
IL, s. c., during tho legal hours for
sales, on salesday in April next,
(being Monday, Ith day of the
Month,) the property described in
eaeb ea.-e, upon tho terms specified,
to wit ;
In the ease of Noah Cannon vs.
Naoma l'attorson, Lewis W. Pat
terson ot u\.
AU that tract of land lying, brine;
and situate in the County und
State aforesaid, on the waters of
i Kooroo river, containing Two
llundrod acres, moro or less, und
bounded by lands ot Roilbctl'Mtir
tin. Frederick Rurdett, John Rhod
es, Melmoth Fleming and others.
TERMS-Ono half of the pur
clltlSO money to be paid cash, and
tho remainder on n credit of twelve
months, with interest from tho doy
of sab>, ncc tired by the bond of
tho purchaser, and mortgage of tho
promises.-Tho purchaser to pay
for pupers, li" purchaser fulls to
comply willi terms of sale, the
property will bo re-sobl at bis risk.
In the ouse of Henry Fuller vs.
John Nelson, Wright Nelson, vt al.
All that tract of ?and, situate and
hoing in tho County und State
aforesaid, containing Ono Hundred
and twelve neron moroni- less, ami
bounded by lauds of C ilvln Fuller,
V. R. Robertson timi tho estate ol
Silas Fuller, deceased.
TERMS-Ono half of the purch
ase money to iio paid cash, and tin
remainder on a credit of one year,
with interest from dov of sale, se
cured by the bond of the purchaser,
??ml a mortgage of the premises,
with leave to the purchaser to pay
his entire bid in cash. The purch
aser to pay for papers.
C. 1). RARKSDALE,
Master L. C
March 8, iss?. ll
Suite of Soul li Carolina.
COUNTY OK LAURKNN.
Court of Common Pleas
lt. F. Fleming,
, Mary .1. Toy lor, Cor- \. SI 'MM0N8.
neb i Taylor, Krodor- ,
i lek Taylor. .lobe Toy
I ?or and Washington |
D. fendants. J
To tho Defendants, Margaret Malone,
Marv.I. Taylor, Cornelia Taylor, Kroch
crio Taylor .'John Taylor, and Washing
Yon are horoby summoned and ro
fl ll Ired to answer tim complaint in ibis
lU'tlon, willoh ls tiled In thu ellice ol tl c
I "lork of i he < 'oort of < 'minnon Pions, for
Ibo said County, anti to servo n copv ol
your answer to tho ^ni?I compbtlni on
lin* subscribers nt their olllco nt I .an rc o s
C. lt., South ('andina, within twenty
days after tho sorvloo hereof, exclusive
nf tho clay of such service; ?md if yon
fail tn answer tho complaint within the
Mino aforesaid, tho plaintiff in (his no
tion will apnlv to tho Court for tho re
lief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated. Kobruary l. iv^7.
Se -,. 1.1. W. KURLL, r. ,.: ,.. ,..
JOH NS' IN ,t RICH KY.
Klain ti IPs Attorney.
To the Defendants Frederic Taylor,
mid John Taylor* Toko notice timi tho
summons nutt complaint in this notion
were tiled in the Oflleo ol the ( lurk ol
I he t 'oort of i 'oin mon Pleas and General
Sessions for Luttrells fount} on ibo 1st
lay < f Kobrunrv, lv -7.
.IC MN s??N .V It I Cl I KY,
Plaintiff's Attorm v
I). F. BRADLEY,
'1 o tret your Wah bes, Clocks, Jew
el ry, A e. repaired, every job gunr
ant.)ed. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
lind Silver ware ordered when
Feb. '.) 1887 28 b* m
Piedmont Air Line.
RICHMONDS DAN VILLI? lt. It.
Columbio .v (Iroonvlllo division.
Cunden: ed Schedule in ( licet Dec. lt?,
(Trains run on 76th Meridian t-.ne,)
s. m t h. No. .V-' j Vorth. No 68.
Lv Walhalla 8 55an j ?v Columb ll 00nm
" Seneca !? 17 nil ! ' Newberry 1 OS pill
.' Hpartnbu 11 80 an ? . Ninety s'\ '2 80 pm
*. Abbeville i!? 15 am; ' Oreenwd 258 pm
Laurens f* 20 lilli! Ar (Irccnvl. 688 pm
Urroonvll 040 ami'' Laurens 6 55 pm
OrOOllWd 1250 pm 'Abbeville \ 45 pm
" Nlnoty s.\ i ii pm " Spartan bg .'. 80 pm
" NOW bor ry I 07 pin1' Seneca (102 pill
Ar Columb 516 pirti'1 Walhalla 08flrpni
" Augusta 0 20 pin." Atlanta HMO pm
No M tnnkoHcloso connection for At
lanta. No 62 makes erl?se connection
for Aiijtustn and fha-lesion at Coliim
D. CA KDWK.LL, Asst Pass. ,\(r;t.
SOL. li A AH, Columbia, S. C.
Tn file Mannaor.
J AS Li TA K LO!*, Gonn furs Agon
For shoes, lints mid dry goods,
call on .Sullivan ? Milam, Ora, H. C
The oh OR post pince to buy goods
tliis side ol Augusta, is at .Sullivan
A M liam's, Ont, H. C.
i bog leave to Inform my custo
mers and tli<* publie generally, that
I hftVO moved my
Into the Rondello Hotel.
THE) LAUHENS BAB.
J. c. OAKLINGTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW)
LAURENS CU., - - S. c
Ofllco- Advertiser Building.
\V. C. BUN BT, r. P. M Vio WAN.
BENET ?v MCGOWAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAURENS C. IL, S. C.
N. J. HOLM KS. II- IT. SIMPSON.
HOLMES cv SIMPSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAURENS C. IL, - - . - S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAURENS, S. 0.
?KfOnicO ?vcr store of W. L. lloyd.
A splendid farm in Spnrtnnhurg
County on INieolot Uiver. Lol of
good bott >m lands. Also up lands
belonging to tho pince and in n
good state of cultivation. Good
bul dings-Locution healthy ti nd
very (desirable-Situated near th"
lino of Spurtunburg ? Ash' ville
ra i I rond.
Terms easy-A bargain oil red.
A house and lot in the eil of
Greenville-Locution one ol tho
liest, hoing convenient to bust ess
portion ol the city-Churches iH'tlJ
I lino of Street railway.-House eon
nins '."? spacious rooms all well ur
Couch Materials, Sadd.
The Flneet and Molt Varied Aasoi
Brought to thu C
Tidings of C<
To those wh" * *vo boon wrenched and
noir oner yt tho ino?t delightful vehh
Try one und savo your health. Evory n
S colt, should have ono, ai tho prleo is v
DAY & TANNAI]
.r. cn? I,"r;h".', tim only HOAD CART msae
?re ino ?Mleai of scueee, without hone motion, <
au ?ja eu to e.cir ?se. '
WK AUK TUB s<
New York Belting
INO, jf.iHraiitoo I lo lie AS dooli AS OAS UK MA
Tanne i arnil im? Hui? Ure Leatftor, ?uporior
Prlcti. * ? U?MU*A ,(01'K. ?Bs?
JUST HKegtVfrn-Seyflnty.nve DOUULK II \
mnkcior MiiM.OHn.l Breech limier"
Onco.irl.alKil<.T,v5 0jOSi|Kl.l.s;o.in Im Mi
Bl l/>w Pl OM. Al?.? ia ?ionic nm mo? ronulote
Mini ha Too ?. Benowa, Anvil.,, v,ee<, ol .1 ?? . mr
UA?NT *L 1 ?,R1,:M **,0>8 itStSm
CSol'r.N .. i l TOP BUGOIRA
]6roc Pii.nroNMai"i pun
1?) Kxten.li.i loi'OAUUIOl.H
H TWO. TllllKK anil COU It
wu f?Si c"?^ ' " "*1 ?M *1U tort s
trim the r-giiiHr twelve iiioneii'?iiuimi?? .,, .,
tb.t me/ are ABSOLU l l: BAKU AINHI
eurregii AfHio k of Kl \ ROPRN an i Top DU
wmTimg a ni ric 11 jr ||UK-T wo can offerVoiii? ?
nunn/ t"c san o lime we w ll offer num an?r
Harpon, r.iKh. nu.) iio.vy e?ITI"? II ,t?r? SEE'
IM am nea H A DO I. lis LMlea' JDYMMI'H T'
Ui?2J.% !,rl *- . ? I"'' " ?T vor l^fl
il?? 2? il" Vi** .* "? ^to???o*? *> ><>? ?vii
?. . .? ' * *" 0(T,'r nu lo? prto non .? MRJ
Pria. i< Cn!, H rilli i o.if ,"| KI H<I ii i
_ At th? Old Stan ), um? nit
J.T.JOHNSON. W. lt. ?IICIIKY
JOHNSON & RICIIKY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OPFICK Flominn'H Corner, Northwest
.ide or Public Square.
LAUREN?. 0. H., - S.O.
.T. \v. KEltOUSON. UKO. v. YOI'NO.
"FERGUSON & YOUNO,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAUREN? C. M.. - - - S.O.
"W. P?. Martin,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
LAURENS C II ,
OfllOO ?iver Nut lonni Hunk.
Ofllco days - Mondays und nesdny ?
vanned for convenience-Water
splendid-Good servant house in
Yahl - Al.SO stable Ac, on lot
Uri ci? low-Terms very easy
No cash wanted.
Three store houses in th : town of Lau
Fun SALK i
MOO nero? land, heated In ditter on
portions of I, on-ens county.
Fou S \?.i; or UK s r -
.. nuinhor ol'soloudid rosldoliooa in tho
town nf Lnurons.
A new store house nt High Pol ut on
tho ?J 1 ? Sit lt, Price low--A splendid
stand :. ; a store.
F< nr'doulars aa tn any of tho nhovo
int ,iorty call in or adi I ress
.1 M MAM PTON,
.1 ( ' OA RLINOTON, Attornoy
lory, Harness, Leather,
i ii dings,
r i Na.
?tmcntof Children's Camayos Ever
tty. At all prices.
Dmfort and Joy
jerked about hv Ro-oalled road carts. We
?lo. with FINEST whcols and axles for
nm who own?. a horno, or wishes to train
.-Uliiu the rea :li of all.
[ILL, Augusta, Ga.
jar & Co's
th.v will not onnoy yon frith a ?ore baok borae.aad
.houp and reliable. Any ordinary bugfj bernas,
Ol.R AOBNTS ron
and Packing Co/s
<U Inchce. Alto, I'URB OAK LBATUBH BELT*
la aaallty (recommend? iteelf.)
Mumme oil, Kreta and Belt nooka at Lowaal
RftBL SHOT 0UN8, of Improrad patterns and beet
?mont?, W?'lt, Powder, Ac, willoh wa will ran off
Una nf ll A K nw Alt K, carpenter*' Toola, BI?ok
I I Nail?, spike?, booka, Ileum An., which, barina
ieee, eoablu* ua to offer ihem al HT ll lex BAH
i next aixty days, te aloa, oat conalfnmtats, at
ir.Rs and aUHHYB.
nxcr.tl-e. Timare all Standard Work, and aol?
i-iinlnatlon of theae retUolca will conrtnoe any on?
OfllBS I? lf?r?eir than for many year?, and to thoa?
.xira linliir.finnuta. ThU ?took oomprue? the cele
nreno as* makoe, and aro lu qnallty TUB O BB?,
laluoj in tungi? arni Donnie llamee*, ria? Trae?
le a ni n-.iiM,! waicon ll H mee?
wo;ot?of. Seooml llaml M. I>olt\n Saddle Stirrup,
eoTuMd. ?oa caa afford t/> tarow away your oW
1 he *oid for.
eomiu-i n nt of i.'-vrtlKtl jual rewired, eera
Ltau\i? aud Topomi?; Oak ail fiemiool Bote
M . v DAT8 at
EAR & co a
orarla Holroyd Hink.-roi Broad St.
!? awwjae.aejaajgii yijaia^aw*?^