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LAURENS, March 80, 1887.
There uro llvo prisoners in tho Coun
ty Juli, nil colored.
Qroonvltlo la In for tho n. I). Inmgue
willoh Will meet ut Suinler.
Tho Hook nod 1/older Company Truck
lias been safely housed at last.
A Lady living Hoar this place, found a
potato that had grown through a gold
Henry Ward ?ooolior had a farm of 3?
acron valued at ruo hundred thoitaaild
Clinton Enterprise is tho nanto of tho
now paper to he started at CU IllOII in a
Winter no longor lingorin tho lap of
Spring, but spring poota have not yet
orow led out.
Tho mountains in sight of Greenville
have been covered with snow during
tho past week.
The Kork Shoals Cotton Factory baa
p i.chased a large amount ol new and
A country exchange remarks; " There
?was not enough butter in town last week
to grease a gimlet."
Our exchanges show that farmers in
this state are using less guano this sea
son than for years past.
Tho Croild Jury of Spartanhurg failed
to give in a true hill against llariett who
?was charged with gambling.
It is probable that tho Laurens Guarda
Will lend their pr?sem e, at the execu
tion of Lewis Stinvart nu next friday.
Married al the residence of the bride's
mothei, Mr. Ilohcrtson Turner and Miss
St.V tunah A. Burnable, by Kev. lt. NV.
Our dancing alar baa boon seen from
NOW bor ry. lt is said lo have oscillated
lip and down for so. time before dis
Quito a number of new subscribers
have been placed on our list during tin
past week. No man eau alford to bo
without bis County paper.
Tho (J. Ii. A H. Railroad has spent $lnn
in niaoadoniislng aron ml the depot dui
lng tho past woo?, which will lie of in.
tillite benefit to tho publie.
A lot of whiskey hus been slcxod at
this place by Deputy Collet tor Iliac
and will bo confiscated, bocausoof vio?
lotions <>f tho internal revenue laws.
A prisoner is in ji ll in Charleston to
await trial on tho charge of petit larce
ny and will remain four months. It is
Multi lie stole a 'Jd ets pigeon,
It la sahl that a shorthand writer at
Washington cnn report a speech with so
much rapidity I hat the speaker linds it
utterly Impossible to keep up will him
'The National Hunk of 1.aureus will in
crease tin- capital stock in a short time
to 1100.000. 'The stock is lu good demand
mid tin- Hank is in a most prosperous
Mr. .Ino. II. o'dell is preparing to open
ni) his soda fount ami ice house. Ken
nedy Bros., have purchased an olcgnilt
soda apparatus and will also keep iee
Parlies owning water-power in this
aoctlon who desire to soil er lease the
same, should consult J. M- I lampton or
J. c. Carlington nt ancona Ibo Agonoy
they represent has application for 'indi
A gentleman on tho streets last week
noticed a very lint? baby i.i its nurses
arms. Upon Inquiry lie was astonished
to lind that it was lils own. 'The troubb
was, his wife had just hired a new nurse
whom no did not recognize
Capt. Sholl, as Chairman, called n
meeting of thc Kxecutive Comilliltoo of
tho Farinera' Convention on the 21st
inst., to take steps in regard to the ex
perimental Station, hut Hie meeting did
not como . Aro we to infer that the
farmers oppose these stations in tho
QllltO a sensation waa created on the
publie square Oil last Monday, by a run
away performance nt two bull yearlings,
hitched to a'wagon. Thoy elrcl -<i round
tho sonare several times at a frightful
snood and booatno uttorlv unmniiage
ablo. Tho causo of the stain podo was
not ascertained, but lt Waa probaly duo
to tho feet that "Peck's Bad Boy" was
In town. ]
Whoo LlUrOllS takes a notion, HIIO ia a
power. It was u lon? timo la foro we
could got a National Hank. We gol one
and now wo aro goinu to have another.
Much tronido was experienced in get
ting a hook and ladder company, but
wo got that, and a steam engine also.
Now, Homo of those lino mornings wo
aro going to haven bl? cotton factory
and ns anon as tlc people see it working
everybody will.vant stock, and conse
quently half a dw/.on will de built. Lau
rona novor does things by halves, nor
doos abo go halr-dionrtod into anything
and when thoroughly aroused, this lit
tle town is a ten m.
A Har? Knlortnliiniont
(.promised bj iheyoungEukosmlsn's
of Clinton College on Friday evening
April lat for tho bonoflt of their society.
Tho public are coi di illy Invited to Attend
Tho Meeting To-night.
It is hoped that nil our citizens will
turn out to-night and attend tho moot
ing in tho interost or a factory It ia ex
pected that plana will bo glvon>poP thia
occasion, by which the factory ls ??"Mir
ed. Tuesday livening at M o'clock lu the
Court House. Don'l bill to como.
That Kvenlng Htm .
Thoobaorvor who llrst wroto tho I.on
ronavllle APVSitTieKityhat tho evening
Mu was "cutting np" In a prcular man?
nsr now anya lie is convinced that his
eyes deceived bini anti that tho star is
all right and steady.
On thc oi 1,- r hand aovoral persons in
tiroanvlllo who havo hoon observing
tha\Jlatar Intontly aro ready to swear
that it doo? ox-cut. somo extraordinary
gyrations ami OOM fl rm tho find observa
tions ortho Liaren? man.- (IreonvlUo
If von wii .it n nico hut call on
?ullivftii A MHmu, Oro, 8. C.
A Flro Hughie for LnurcuH.
Tho Town Councilor this piuco luis
purohaaod a lino atonm tiro online,
Willoh will arriva within tldrty tiny?.
Tho prleo ngrood upon is |3100. 700
cash nml tho hillanco In tivo yt os.
About $1,000 was promptly raised by l>ri
vato souscription, to supplement tho
Gounod, und will bo used in building
cisterns, o agino house, etc. This not mn
on the uart of our council ia mont coni
inondnblo and will add much to tho pro?
tectlon of property, und those who httVC
contributed so libornlly to tho cause,
hnveshown tho propor spirit,
Tho Second National Hank.
Mr. M. S. Dal loy was in town on,Moii
dny and wu*^really oneouragod rn hil
now enterprise, another bank Tor Lntir
ons. Forty-two thousand dol?an wns
tho amount raised In a very few mo
ments. All tho necessary arrangements
have boon completed and tho bunk will
Koon ho ready for business. Mr. Pulley
says there is no trouble tn ralso money
In Laurens for thin purpose. Now lot
Us hnvotho factory. Pot all hands pull
together and take a litt lo stock and the
enterprise will succeed.
Miss LAun.\ DIAL ls visiting In trfwn.
fol. J. H. Tr a ny ham and family visit
ed Trinarle bist week.
fol. lt. r. WATTS attended court ut
Spart anhin g lust week,
C. .1. Hunt, Kaq, lins moved Into Mrs
Todd's residence in Brooklyn.
Mr* Fnrloy, of Rpnrtanhurg, is visit
I Ufr her daughter Mrs Col. Todd at this
Tho many fi ?ends of Miss .TKNNII:
SIMKINS will bo glad to learn that she
has returned homo.
Pr. J. It. Ou'hortsoil forniOtly of Wa
terloo, lias moved to Dor rob, where he
will prnctlco bis profession.
Mr. W. ?". Winters, who was culled to
Columbia last week on account of the
serious illness of lils lather, hus returned
We hud a pleasant call on Saturday
from Prof. W.T. Mci:..nov. Ile is or
thusinstic on tho SUbjoet of a teachers'
Mr. SoAPKR, a young Kn Ri I sh nt ntl,
who hus been visit inti tho family of Kev
H. O. FmKusoN for tho past two weeks,
left this morning for bis homo ut Liver
tin account Of Other engagements Rev.
.T. D. Pitts con d not accept tho pasto
rate of tho Popular Springs church,
consequently that congregation has
called Hew W.H. Waters.
Ceo Johnson Ksq, and Coroner Pass,
of Newberry pa ised through town last
week, from Hpnrtanhurg, when they
lind boon to attend Court on tho Sonn
murder case On account of t ho absence
of material witnesses thc trinl was post
Tho farmers havo genernlly bogil ll
work, und tho merry tuno of tho plow
man ?'an now bo heard on all sides.
Those people adopt in toto tho old say
ing, '.curly to lied and early to rise, mak
es a man healthy, wealthy and wis?
They greet the morning sun as be illu
minates tboorlentnl world, from their
respective working places, and there,
with but ii few momenta recreation,
they laboriously toil till he kisses tho
Western horizon. When we hear their
enchanting music, we cannot hut think
of Hobart burns, who wrote Scotland's
name III brazen letters on tho tablet of
poetic fame, when he hummed his ru
ral song to tho evening breeze, or .aught
Inspiration from tho innocent flower in
lils path. Rut why (HsgrossT Some
will doubtless say tho comparison is un
called for and even cnarhitonie.il. At
present WOCftU only refer you to time
and opportunity as tho only means of
solving this question. Who thought
that Napoleon wi.aid make tho "rivers
run crimson to the sea" when ho mar
shalled bis school-mates in tho m I in If
light? Who thought that Franklin
would tnniO electricity and sport with
SCloilCC as a tov whim ho trod the streets
ortho "city of love" with his fortune
under his arin? Time only cnn tel! us
what is in our midst; timo only can
provo that tho genial currents aro not
dormant lind frozen, timo only can tell
us whether one day tin y Will break tin
bonds of Imprisonment und ?Ilumino
tho poetic world o? stand out as mon (fr
on ti ts to Hie sad, hut true lines of thc
poet; -. ?.
"Full ninny a gOin ol purest ruy
Tho dark, unfathomed caves of ocean
Full many a flowor IM born to blush
And wanto Hs sweetness on thodosorts
Our town is somew hat divided on the
prohibition question, it is true, hut wc
take pleasure In informing Bn Passant
that his assertion concerning tho "'tittle
brOWIl Jug" is fatso. Wo categorically,
dogmatically ami unconditionally affirm
that thc Iiiiii 1 carrier bus never favored
us with any vocally invigorating sub
stance. We, how ever, do not dotty hav
ing otico asked tho favor, hut owing to
tho ohlcniiory of Un Passant, a previous
engagement was our late! Wo do not
understand why ho HO falsely accused
ua. However, it hui hoon said and tru
ly loo, that a'"drowning* man will catch
at a straw," also a "gulltj' conscience
needs no accuser." Prettier Reporter,
glVO the boy n rOStl Come over and wo
will givo you a solution of Honk and
Bye and Syllabub n little strongor than
that you had at tho wedding!
Tl?o school teacher was invited to dino
with Martin A. mild on Monday tho l**tli
inst, who ls o?.o of lils pupils, it hoing
Martin's eighth birth-day. Ho saya tho
.lolloato viands otc, woro truly oplcu
roan In stylo, and ho only wishes lt woro
possible for Martin to have setiil-unniial
birth-days. Whllo thoro, he formed the
ncqualntanco of tho vonorahlo Martin
M. Arnold, groiu-graitdfaiher of tho
child. Mr. Arnold luis hoon ii staunch
citizen of thin community for many
years. Ho baa at last tm lt MtntS, cross
Oil tho meridian of lifo, having allun a
served ld? "thrco sooro yours und ton."
John linton requests ua to thank "On
Pit" forgiving bim n noticoln tho paper
Ho say?? li ls tho first timo ho ever uaw
?lua na un In print and thar ho was real
ly growing apprehensive tba! Ibo people
of Lotirons County had lost sight of him.
I lower, ho says, lt tho papor roaches tho
oyOs of a oortalu fair dainsal ho will ho
"(load in matrimony." Bon't fear John.
Capt. w. ii. .sullivan <?r Tumbling
Shoals, is now domg an oxtonslvo bus
Inoss in tho] moroantllolhio. Tho cour
teous way lu which ho treats his ous?
toinersofall classes la a Butllclcnt ex
planation of his wonderful success. Mr.
W. C. Sharp, a former pupil of tho Tri
anglo High School, is now clerking for
Jami's Wesley Aloxamlor Joh? C.
L'alhonu Martin Van ?uron Mod look is
the proud father of six children, tho
youngest of which ls ii recent addition
to tho population of Trlauglo and hears
his fathers name with somo annexa
tions, OoorgO Washington James Wes
ley Aloxadder John C.Calhoun Martin
Van Huron drover Cleveland Medica k!
We aro glad to seo our young friend
md '.adles man J. Holton Sullivan, who
Ima boon quite sick recently of Dlptho
ria, is now convalescent. May ho eon
Inno to Improve and gladilonour tow n
n tho near future hy his presence
Rev. Mr. Clark of Tumbling Shoals
lt roll it, preached an excellent Hermon
ast Sabbath nt Mt. Hethol Irom tho
iOXt "T'hoy could not cuter In because of
heir unbollof," We have heard hisser
iion praised 111 tho highest terms by
iicmborsof other denominations, and
'eel safo In saying that tho attendance on
tis next round will bo increased. Ho
ms settled In our community With n
.cry interesting and intelligent family
vhloh will doubtless provo no little ad
lltlon to our social circle.
Mr. Clark will preach in tho Academy
it this place on tho 1st Sabbath evening
it 4 p. m. Tho publie is Invited. Hov.
dr. Mondlnghain of tho baptist chinch
Uippllos tho same pulpit every fourth
Messrs S. C. Moore and W. C. Hell \ is
ted tho parents of tho latter not long
iinee in Abbeville County. They left
?ur tow n Friday 'morning and the one
oturnod about darK Sabbat li evening,
bc oilier about mid-night. Their ox
lorioncos wore quito romantic, one of
bc young men, it ls thought, made the
dall not specially to seo bis aged pn
ents, but to heal his lacerated hoar!.
Iis failure bc attributes io bis younger
'Hud." Tho other had no special ob
ed in view, but sad to any, ni the third
valeb, w hen \!uun had ceased to send
Orth her radiant smiles, bo was made
0 experience a feeding to w hich ho had
1 i iberio been n stronger, hat of h cart
el t sympathy. They attended services
Sabbath morning nt shiloh Methodist
di undi, in Antroville, mid there mot
nany familiar faces, li is generally
idmittcd that these twoyoilllgmoil haye
ho most despondent look since thoir
...turn that bas ever been sern in this
What part of Scripture do ladles f?l
lt whon they partic?palo in oscillatory
'Ofreshmonts? Diing u nto others as
hey would that nu n should do unto
bast Friday evening Nora 'Sharp, a
pupil of tho Triangle High School, while
standing near the lire, laid her clothing
limos! in lantanoously ignited, li bad
liarte considerable progre ss before any
?no saw it, but owing io tho promptness
>f tho tonchor in oxtlngulshlng the Ham
's, no material da mage w as done.
Mr. Frank Roll and Miss Kinma Good
;lon. nu alumnus of tho'Laurors F. col
eg??, passed through our town last Sat
ireav evening In search of Mr. /.. Car
er's. Il is a very good plan lo carry a
'ou ng lady with you, especial Iv winn
.our girl has a nisi hiv ions sister, as
O. that case.
John Ragwoll says he is not specially
ond of hunting, but when tin- roads are
aid he likes togo Fowl(cr)ing.
The next time you sec Lew is Macllfll I
isk him what has boeoilio cf his bird.
Wo will give more in Hie lutine.)
Dr. Smith says If (hoy insist now, nm! j
viii submit to his conditions, he will
oin tho flood Templars. Why?
Wo will give a history of Squire Joel
Millson in our next letter.
Thc railroad nieotlngw ill convene at
he saw-mill next Sabhnth evening. J.
I'. Crane w ill lake the stonie .
Triangle's population is gradually in
Tho Clinton Knterprim is tb" name of
i new pnpor to ho started here in a few
days. T. I!. Crews A' Ci. proprietors.
.A lady living near herc, bas an oar <>f
.nm twenty-live voars old. I' Was
round in t he centre of a matt ross, and ls
Mr. lt. V. II. Ibdl, who is merell III
I isl ng at Rovnosa, in Jacks Township,
ms boon missing goodi from his store
'or sonic Uni?' past, and has been a good
leal nonplussed to timi out bow an en
rame to t be store was i Heeled. Ile dis
covered that it w as dow n thc chimney
?nd as no one except the saint Santa
Ians ever goes dow ll t bc '"chimneys,
Hilvue has concluded not to molest tho
mint, but to let bim continuo his bone
'actions to thc good children of Jacks
As'n military company withouts brass
Hind is rather a taine thing, our young
mon have thrown logothor their wits
ind sonic of their money and purchase.I
i sot ol baud Instruments. A teacher is
expected in a few days, and from the
character Of tllfl material laking hold of
this ma'ter, there is little doubt Hint
Clinton w ill have soon, not only a mack
military company, but a first class brass
The rendering of tluit popular drama,
"KxtrcmcM," by the young people of
Clinton, has been unavoidably postpon
ed until next Friday night, tho 1st prox
Mrs. Nf. A. !.'. Copeland, wife ol'an
old Citizen, tl. 1'. Copeland, died on the
21 Inst., after ii lingering illness. The
funeral services wore, concluded in tho
Presbyterian church,mid in point of at
tendance and Sympathy shown to (he
family of tho deceased, it ? UH ono of the
most notable funerals ever hold In clin -
ton. The church was packed full of
friend* who bud como, Homo (rom n dis
tance, to pay (heir last (rihnto of res
pect to this nob]0 christian indy.
HIGHLAND HOM 10.
Although tho woathor hns? been
froezdng for tM past week corn
planting luis h.,-on tho order of tho
day. Kevern I of our neighbors have
over half of their crops alr. adv
wm HI II wini i i mimili mm in nirrrn rniri
We fear tho heavy frosts of the
past week have killed nearly if not
all tho fruit. Wo have examined
our trees and lind scarcely any
alive. Our anticipations of peach
and apple plo? have vanished and
should tho blackberries "tho poor
man friend" fail w hat will wo do V
Tho small grain is not looking so
well since the cold weather sot in,
but with a gentle showot and a
few days of warm sunshine it will
regain what it bas lost. Tho far
mers aro still hauling litter from
woods old Held and fence corners
and spreading over their land or
composting v> Ith other manures.
1 do not know what tho result
will be. but one fact is very ev
ident to your correspondent and
that is tin re will be very nundi
less guano to pay for next fall than
bas been heretofore.
We think tho farmers have taken
hold with more energy than wo
have ever seen them, and they are
farther advanced than over before
at this season of tin; year.
Tho school at Thomas' X roads ls
still flourishing in numbers al
though several of the pupils have
stopped on account of tho measles.
The now church al Highland
Homo is nearly closed in, and we
learn arrangements have been
made to have it floored at an early
Mr. I). T. Dial bas been quito
sick fm- the past week but is a lit
tle helter at this writing.
Sony to bear.Joli Prince is sick,
hope he is better ero this.
SULLIVAN A- .MI!. A M Just re
ceived - car loads baldwins A illum
inated Deso? ved Hone < ?nano at Ora,
S. C. ('allon them for prices.
Having berni silent for three
weeks, it would naturally bo sup
posai that wo han no nows to com
municate, but not so. Wo hud the
news, but were too ti nid to vent
ure* and will bo forced to linger yet
awhile in titi; background, until "ye
scribe" is possessed with tim audac
ity and self assurance of a full
gr ?wu "Tillman movement."
On f)if: That our popular M. 1).
J. II. Fowler, let oil* bis line eaf|
pond a few days ago with the ox
pnetation of trapping many of tin
"little fishes," hut lo, while ho wa
preparing thc 'loaves," some one no
ticed tho strange shape (he lishe:
had taken, and upon closer exam!
nation it was decided without :
doubt,thal tito Ashes were of tb1
tad-polo variety, to thc amount o
two and one-half bushels. Th
doctor having an eye for husinos
took bis flslies( ?) and fed them t
his multitude-of bogs. Caip pon
owners would do well to profit b
the doctor's example.
The genial, good, wholesolc pos
master nt Lanford Station, request
us to ask if the L UMo:-.ville ffei
aid has suspended publication, ll
states that the ff em M failed to pi
ill appearance Inst week, and want
to know if its patrons in that v
chilly aro delinquents. The Ai
VKIITISKII ls punctual in its week!
rounds and i ; one of Uh ir mo
While si rolling armad a few da;
ago, to catch a >tra\ dot, wo a
preached a small group of men, ai
tho speaker was saying mai
thing's, but that which will lutero
toe AllVKUTISKK mostly was
this effect:-That J. (Jenway <'a
lingcon was the brightest, smarte
and tho sharpest editor to bis si;
ago and complexion In the Stal
and that his ADV I: uris mt deserv?
the thanks at least of the town J
Laurens for tho manner in willi
he was "booming" ber etc.
Ono thousand eight ll tl lld I* (
and forty sacks of guano, welghii
?108,000 pounds, h ve been deliver)
at this .-tation lo this date. Al
still tho fanners say they are goh
lo stop using tho .stud*, which v
doubt very mindi.
The Southern IOxpress Compai
lias established an ofllco at Or
with Mr. A. M. Moseley as thc
representative. This is anoth
great convenience as wo were ber
tofore obliged to ride seven mil
to got n package in some eases vi
ned at 25cts.
Ora can beast of as many ad va
tages and conveniences as ii!
town in tho County.
The [liter-state commerce b
seems to agitate the minds of nu
chants as well a* editors. Wo ho
this bill will be of benefit to o
people, but at this time We fail
sec tho good t i ho derived from
We venture tho assertion that t
people will lind it the reverse
what it is intended to be.
Mrs. Owens of Fairfield, is vis
higher daughter, Mrs. H. P. Mil:
of this place. Wo aro glad te bu
sn di a kind lady in our midst
Mr. Jo-i l*. Sullivan of your cl
was in town a few days since.
Mi-s steel Tollorson <>f Uni?
who bas boen visiting ber I'm
Rev. J. L. Barnett, has returned
Wooi I ru If.
The town of Laurens should hi
a cotton factory by all mea
Paved streets next.
"Wo know of no house thal v
sell you groceries as cheap aa Su
van A M ?lam. ' )ra, S. ( '.
YO H NOS' CR< ?ss HOADS.
The cold wave bas played hfl
with tho fruit crop of '87.
Our friend A. 1?. Young bas g
to try bis fortune in the "lam
Howers." We wish for Prelow
The prohibition question bus <j
out in this section. We ure in
vor of the right kimi of prohibit
i. e. prohibition, State ami Nut
ni, but we are not a warm frien
local legislation on any questioi
if any part of the country ly gi
to be permitted to take a dr
let US take some too.
Tho good peoplo of Ibo comm
ty beaded by Uncle Falmund Ai
are putting a neat wire U
around the old Salem comet
which adds much to its other'
Our friend ami fellow citizen,
I. H. Crompton, is becoming rpi
shepherd and o n show as fine i
of lambs as we h ive seen In s
Mr. John J l. Pltt? luis bought the
Alowine plantation and ls "batch
ing" down there ihi^yoar*. Wonder
be don't get .somebody to help koop
tho "boogers" oft* ?ml make up
WC eau see Hie groat Western
stur und have watched it for sever
al evenings, but can discover noili
ing strange about il.
[For The A 5v KUTI S Kit. |
A Good Suggestion.
Mr, lid 1 tor :
Having noticed n communication
in your paper from Mr. .Jones on
tho subject of a Toucher.?'Column.
I suggest that tho touchers sided
Pro . Frank Rvans to take charge
of this depart mont in Tin: AOVKR
TISKK. |;1 have heard IHIinoroUS
teai lier -, commend Ibo plan and
think ii will prove interesting and
instructivo. We hope Prof. Evans
will acer pt.
\Y. T. MoKLltOY
Shooting: Affray in Newbefry.
fSpeeia! to Tho Greenville n<>cJ.\
Newberry, S. C., March 20th.
A ?hooting serape occurred here
to-day, Iud ween lawyer- Ueorge
.Johnstone and .'olin li. Jones, dur
ing a trial Justice case in which
they were un opposite sides. There
had been had feeling between tho
two lor a week pa d, and both went
to the court armed. Din ing the
progress of tim ea-e Mr. Jones made
some iv mark offensive to Mr. John
stone, to which Mr. .l ilia lone re
sponded with another offensive
epithet. Mr. Jones Jerked oat bis
pistol and tired one > probably I wire,
bo fore Mr. Johnstone got his pis
tol out. They both then fired un
til they had emptied their pistols.
The parties were standing i:i four
feet of each other and there were
.2~> or thirty persons in tim roam.
Mr. Johnstons was struck in Circe
places. One ball passed through
the lohe of all ear, another grazed
one arm and a third bis groin. 11 is
wound - are very slight. Mr. Jones
wit'* struck in lite loft side j ii sf be
low his heart, the ball pas dug ul
most through bis holly stopping
just under Ibo -kin. Tho wound ls
thought to bc mortal. Mr..Jones is
about twenty-live years old, and
thu youngest son of Major Lambert
J. Jones. The unfortunate adair is
deeply regretted here, as bot li gen
tlemen stand high in I he communi
ty, and aro represent 'lives of two
of Newberry's olde.-', and most hon
lt net? w:th Qx'.rzorii riry c/tlcacy on th?
_?i AND BOWELS.
AK ErrFCTUAL SPCC:r!C Fort
Malaria, Howe! C??m,?l?hit?,
HyMprpsta, Shift Headache
C.iis'.? ji ll ion, [SUloasiie**.
entnejr AftVutions, Jaundice,
S(ontMl l>oi?roi?alon, t'.illr.
Ko Ho?souold Should bo Witiiont lt,
mid,hy holtutkcpl ready for Immediate uno.
win sa vi? many an hour nf mulei hm and
many u dollar in time and doctors' bills,
THEilF. IO fcUT ONE
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
G.-..- thal ?'CU <i?l ino 33r.'j?re with rf ?I "Z"
cn front of l.Vr.->prrr. I'r^pjrid cn'y by
J. H. ZF.il.! N so GO.. Solo Proprietor*,
Philadelphia, fa. I'HICK, Sl.oO.
. AV? l\ & tKi rt ? mt
j KXG?NKS |sioam& Water!
p n^?]i7?? r~ j] ripuv ruting I
.j SAVV MTLTS I livnm Valves |
Cotton Presses| Fbi.ES_
~KH\FT1X(J B INd Kt 'I OHS
k'ULLKYB [J PUMPS
ll A NO IC RS i Water Wheels
^r?rr?x ?ixsg CASTINGS
TTllAlTi!X(l I Kruss and Iron
A Full Stock of Sup; lit?, chiip and gool
BELTING. PA' KING and OIL.
BC "cssaszscxssU'.r:, era ^zir^x^juisauM -
At BOTTOM PRICES
AS !. IN RfOCK
PROM !*? DKLIVERY.
S9*KKi'AIHS PROMPTLY DONBL^BI
GEO. R. LGMB?RD & GO.
Foundry, Miudiino and 'lloilcr
ABOVE QAflSENOER DEPOT,
I ll ll e
At tho last rogulur mooting, tho following resolution was unan
nvisly adopted :
RESOLVED} That SULLIVAN A M ILA .M'S .store- is Headquarters
FOR IPltSLn/ta-tion 3urp-pl:Leei.
wo hnvo on hand u completo stock of tiro
Drug.-*, (j hiss mid Tl ii? wu ro, In find o very thing
und will soil shorn lowdown I'or cash, or on th
lt. tilvo UH ii unit and bo convinced. Hosp
I LAM. Om, s. c.
<^m&?i f??? list fe . ? H$ i^i ig ?|i||p:/
- UN D E MT A K E R'S K OTICE^
A l.'.i'Lf'.'.-unl varied assortment <d
COFFINS A$D UNDERTAKERS .'GOCOS,
Can always ho found ut my stund, over MARTIN A I'M LLHR'fci
STOKE, LAURENS, 8. C. gi?" II eu ese sent winn desired. _??j?
Night calls promptly attended to byenllingnt nw residence in Jersey
G. W. CORBET,
; A NEW DEPARTURE!
IN addition to our stock of heavy groceries und phintntion sup
plies, wo huve received n CAR-LOAD ?d'
WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
Which we propose to sell nt FACTORY PRICES. 'Appreciating
tho dornend for strong' and dumble farm wagons, wo have boon care
ful to select tho very best in the market, tho Clehrated
Old Hickory Wagon .
By purchasing in car-loud lots, und selling nt the shortest profits,
wo aro enabled to oiler superior advantages to our customers.
Hiram W Davis Buffffy,
Is the best on enrlh Tor the money. Every vehicle guaranteed
Call und examine our - tock end prices.
i i Watch this space next week, j i
St will tell you to go to
WILKES' BOOK-. DRUGSTORE
THE BEST GARDEN SEEDS.
This space will also point to the ni:nicrou? attractions in Fancy Arti
des, Stationery ?Se. kent by V 1 L!< ES, in ndditian to a full line of drugs
THE BIG EAGLE.
J.R. COOPER tx CO'S,
Mammoth Grocery non-ecu . bo found n full mid complete sleek
of Frosh Groceries which we will se?Tlow for O -A. S3 Tri'. Pur
lics wanting such will do well to get our prices before buying, For
they might save money "AND DON'T N or FOUGHT IT."
J. Ibo. COOPER &, OO.
ALSO, Wo hnve several standard brands of GUANOS', which wo
oller on good terms. Nee us or NV. D. BARNSDALE before buying.
J. B- Dooper & 0c
?FOR FAMILY USE.?
We recommend our flue stock of imported and Domestic .Brandies
Wines, Whiskies, Ac., nt tho follow!i g prices.
Pure Mountain Corn Whiskey $1.75 lo $2.00 per Gal.
" Kock nnd Corn.1 .Oft to 1.85 1
"Kentucky Rye.2 00 to 5.00 tl
" Kock nnd Kvo.1.00 to ."..no '
" AjifdV Brandy.8.00 to 4.00 "
" Pencil Brandy.?.50 to 4.50 ?.
"Cnlafornia " ." to 44 ?
"Ginger " .1.75 to 3.425 "
"French " 8 years old,.. .2.25 per bottle,
" Gin. impoited .I. ...1.00 to t.75 per bottle.
" German wine, pure grnpo. . . . 1.25 to 2.50 per gallon
u Catawba win*.1.50 lo 2<50 " "
" Port M ine.1.75 to " u
" Ginger Ale,JUT donen bottles 1,00
" Sotbi water, ?' " w "
" SarsaparillaH n M
" Lager beer in keg, 50c per gallon,
" in bottles, per dozen 1.25.
We make the -Love goods a specialty, wo have also in connection rt
fine stock of Fancy and Domestic ( J r?cenos, Cigar* and Tobacco Ac
Pienso cull sud convince yourself ?a to tho quality and price of our
goods before buying elsewhere.
li. & A KOPPEL