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t .1 non.oms.
". ? ,. week-; ag.? the Herald Intim
. that lt was desirous of ending
this controversy, which begun
...ti that paper ni od c un attack
. > ?ur review of tho Murray Hill.
From the last issue, however, it
uppcurs that our contemporary wns
only desirous of changing the sub
let. Ile desires to len^e the re
view of tho Murray Bill, "and to
tko up a controversy with Mr ll.
If. Young, who wrote under thc
.?. <te plume "Tote Fair", which
wvurvd ??i September ISStf,
Un dropping fie Murray Hilt our
contemporary would leave ll im
resslon that ho was only hali
.urteil In tba* tudu for he says:
' t he flies of the Herald, (which are
"better than more assertion,) will
"?how that the zeal manifested by
"i ... Herald w as rather siiyht.
Thia w iii be neu s to the many
strong prohibitionists who have
do pi", ll dud un that paper to tight for
: to Hill. Probably the Senator from
Laurens was converted after ho
had worked sn hard in the legisla
ture for the Bill; probably he bo
gun to view the objectionable meas
ure ;i> others saw it from the first,
ii may bu this is w hy bo was its
champion in the l?gislature, but
worked only slightly through the
Herald for its passage, However
t hut may be, wo aro glad our friends
/.eal was so "slight;" had it boen
otherwise, ofeourse that odious
mensuro would have passed. After
ali, wc must return thanks to the
Herald for being; rid of such ii law.
We submit to tho ''files," and clof?
our cup io this new recruit, who
didn't like the bill anyway, and in
his <>u n. hxnguage, was "willing to
lot the people decide."
This "slight zeal" of the Harald
In support of tho Murray Hill, is
doubtless tho reason our frito nd
doeso.4 llketoadhoar to tho subject
of this controversy, but prefers to
lake up tb o "Toto Fair*' ru RT.* er. Il
sas WO drop tho Hill for a moment
to ready to the. misrepresentations
of tho Herald on thc "T-ato Fair'
We&avo stated that tho only
conucc'tion we have curer had with
that|^on*t?o<r?t.syl wo-, to publish
tho articles of-'Tote I*.Ir." The He
rald does not beliovr this, but im
rvglues ftl&t we h?Wi been one of
? im ? "iHrvg" or otb -r, and brings a
lotter fUtoii Mr'Lovikwood to prove
that one'of tho 'articles of ''Tote
Fair" airsj\\\ rnx: handwriting. This,
wo haVeneV?r. denied, but on the
contrary-five'y admitted to Mr T.
IB. CreifsH.Oaself, when he asked
Lil?? rpi ii "?.t. ^Y? did not soe iii
inr^fllei'ontvoasons) to toll him
i hf Mtni?i'.m?Wt.y tho the copy used
?Ly \fU< printer, was in our hand
.AV Hi tig. Seo what Mr Young says.
'.?rta o ol South Caroline)
M'ou'.ity of '.aurons.
Ver?on.tlly nppourod belora mo ft. fl.
Young, who hoing ?Inly sworn Hays:
l nm tho author of tho articles signed
"Toto l-'air" published inTiiK LAI HUNS
AoVKUTiftK.it, in Snpttuuher ISSd.
Win-,, i carried tho iii -t article to th?
Tuc. A liv URTI a un. .f. C. darlington wat
nt homo sick. Tho ed I tor in eharge re
fitaod to publish the article without Mi
darlington's content, f wont lo hi
honso and stated to lum thal I did no
want my name disclosed. I asKod if br
could so arrange that i.ock ?rood
rou ld not know tho author. I ho I lever:
thou that Mr I<ockivood would lietraj
tho Sooret if possible ns ha has tried tr
do. Nf r darlington promiaed to ptihllsti
my arllcle tupi Mated thni ht? would got
ho* brother to pot it in type. The nnmr
waa torn frem ?my manuscript' and ii
\< MS vi von to S. K.?'arlington,
VVlian 1 brought th? second artic!?
io s. r. (birlington waa hot present and
in ord.-r lo kee;? the inanunerlpt from
vr rookwood, I asked .1 f darlington
to nisfce a copy for tlie printer. This !ir
HM. Mr handwriting wes bad. owinp
to an affostlen of Ibo arin, so I read tho
.manuscript for Mr darlington to eopv.
tv h en completed I roa? tho copy, in or.
d*>r to aea that it waa correct. If any
chango madoit was in tn? langnagi
I nm positivo the BUbatance waa th?
samuna tho original.
Swum to an I subscribed) lt. if. Yooxo
)>eforo me this Pith Soot.
A. IV. Hi-'UNflTPK.
J. P, L. C,
From tlie ubove affidavit, which
wo endorso, it is seen that w hen Mr
Lockwood says bo "put nani arti
cles in typo" he is mistaken, He
only put tho second Article, a eopy
ni which wc hfid prepared for him,
Iii type Rut after nil tins precau
yon, Mr Lock wood did got Imbi of
the original mumiseript of Ile firs!
at lo ftlld WAS sceil examining it.
Ho reiner ked that ho recognized
Mio littmlindi lng. ?-.r this reason
iVe wore n'I. .-;: prised winn Mr
('fe WM Stabed iouj that i ie knew
tho auMior t>f the urtbdes xml that
jjrte. ?M? dh our handwriting. Al
Fair" that tr? had nothing to do
with tho authorship of the articles.
It ls not tl safo practico to inquire
I of printers as to tho secrets of a
: printing .-".co. A half truth is orton
misleading. Wo disliketo charge
our contemporary with the unpro
i fessionnl ami underhanded practice
I of receiving information from om
' ployos, nor is ?1 pleasant to charge
nil employee with voluntarily be
traying confidence,but certain it is
j that our suspicions ot* a ''spy in
? camp" was not altogether ground
But what bas all this talk about
"Tote Fair" to do with this contro
versy. "Tote Fair" showed the in
I consistincy of the Herald on an en
i tirelv different matter, which was
? explained by a statement that ?
. scnne one, not the editor of tim He?
' rabi, wrote one of tho editorials,
and the editor wrote the other.
! What has that to do with our re
; view of tho Murray Hill ?
i Hut it is said we aro ono of the
i "rinp." This cry of "ring" is always
on the tongue of small-bore poi?.
Not content with dragging in ir
relevant matter in the vain hope of
weakening our personal character,
the Herald goes ou to judge our
motives and undertakes to sn v that
oar opposition to tho Murray Bill
? wa?? moro pretense than reality.
The public know who was inter
ested in passing that measure Mid
we are willing to submit to the
verdict of that tribunal.
The Herald has made a direct at
tempt to disprove a statement of
tho editor of this paper, ano" tho
public can also witness that signal
Now, allow us to say, if the writ
er had taken part in tho ''Tote
Fair" mtitter, either in instigating)
aiding or abetting, wo would have
110 occasion now to deny it. If WC
bad chosen to write the ?rdeles ii:
full, we bad that right, and eortair
il is, would never have denied oui
aet. Hut tho simple fact, nlthougl
perfectly irrelevant in this contre
versy, is, that wo held only tho pos
ition of publisher, and porforinot
J only a publishers dutios. But fev
i, manuscripts uro over given to tin
. printer without some additions o
erasures, and frequently a mon
legible copyis necessary. All thew
things are known to tho editor o
the Herald, and yet, because for
sooth, tho printer tells toe lierait
that tho copy was in the hnndwri
ting of tho edi "or, that great Jour
nal concludes that wo are one o
i a "ring." When asked to expiai:
what he means by "ring," ho got
up and says, "Thou art the man:
If it be satisfaction to our nefghbu
to call this editor a "ring" then li
?sat liberty to bawl "ring!" "ringi
until after the next Primary. Th
argument ii this: The man wh
choso to vote for another candidat
for the Senate, is a ring; and tb
man who would dare to criticis
the official acts pf a certain pu bl I
servant, is a "ring." Aht mcthink
tho woods may soon be full of ring
We regret that our eon ti-m por:
ry bas stooped to such vile mctl
ods, as to foreo us to be persona
But, we ?imply say that who 0V<
repeats the charge th nt the edltc
of this paper bad anything to il
with the article signed "Toto Vail
more than above stated, stropj
give utterance to a malicious faul
!. AK.vniHS. WAICH.
1 As published a few weeks ago
' THU ADVERTISER1, thc New Yoi
, Cotton F.xchango bas passed wh
i they are pleased to turn a law,
? the effect that all bales of cotti
shall weigh loo pounds or the si
' 1er shall bo subjected to a consid
, rabie bxs.
Asa matter of fact the Nc
1 York Cotton Exchange ha.? as 1
tlc authority to pa** a law and
little power to enforcing such i
ordinance, as the Farmer's Conti
. (Mtlb of Laurens would have, shot!
they decide that cotton sliall
worth 14 cents per pound, this sr
son. Disposing of cotton is aim]
) a matter of contract, between t
i j buyer nnd seller. Tho Cotton V.
. 1 change h not a pai ty when a fi
mer sells his produce to the nu
chant; and unless ppeeialy ngre
to, no regulation of that body
binding. If a farmer sells hi* Ci
ton at I? cont? per pound, und t
buy?::- refuses to pny the full anion
breanne of iigbt weight, tho Cou
will enforce payment, unlesa tl
was in accordance with the tori
of tho contract.
It is well however, for fanners
make thc bales to weigh 400 j nui n
as otherwise buyers may refuse
buy. If they buy it, I hon they t
re bu I red lo lose on account of Hg
Ii is an open question f/> wi
! extent farmers can bo further bei
! fitted by legislation in Ibis Sin
hut we hope, for the sake of tin
who contend that theil1 rigl.u n
privileges ar<> not protected* a
fostered by Judicious enact I/MMI
. will como forward when tnq leg
lu iii re moots anti havo thei* ?
quests specified so that otir^ la
in a kW* may aft upon them.
That perfect gentlemen and i ii??'
scholar \v. C. Benet of Abbeville,
has shown up tho plagiarism of Dr.
Hawthron's speech in Augusta,
and in answer to the positive proof
which Mr Benet adduced, tho rev- 1
oronci! doctor has showered down
upon him n raro collection of low,
dirty eplthots, such as "tho hench
man Ol* Ibo whiskey men'' nod I ho
like. Mr lionet discovered that l>r
I law th roue had taken a largo por*
tion of Ids address, bodily from Dr
Strongs book, "Our County" ami
boneo called attention to the fact,
by exhibiting in tho deadly paral
lel, the stolen extracts. 'i'liis was
perfectly fair and if it does the doc
tor an injustice in any way, a -im
ple statement, in u dignified man
ner, which becomes his sacred robes
would have been a sufficient vindi
cation from the Charge, But like
many another man, when "covered"
ho turns Irom the matter in bund,
which was only a question ot* plag
iarism or not plagiarism, he hopes
to rally Ids friends by abusing Mr
Benet. But this schome seldom
fads to work badly, and we are
confident that so long as Br. J law
throne shall remain on this mun
dane sphere, ho will curry tin
brand of literary larceny.
Here is what Dr Strong says:
Dear Brother-Accept my thanks
for tho compliment you have paid
my words by stealing them. Tito
1 ittil? book was made for USO.
Yours sincerely, Josiah Strong.
We have bad nu abiding faith in
tho project to build a railroad across
the mountains in this st tte, on tc
Knoxville Tenn. His demando.I
by tho geogrnhplc and not forbid
den by the topographic appearance
and of tho country. What
lins strengthened our faith
more than all is the fact that Croon
Ville is anxious tO go to Knox ville
who stands with open arms am
coffers to reciovo her. Ofcoursi
every community has kicker,
against progr?s! and develop
mont, but wo have yet to learn o
money lost in building railroads
The only instance which has tba
appearance was tho $70,000 glvei
this county In aid of tho Qroenvill
A Laurens, but since this new roa<
ls to bo built, it is now seen that!!
was a most judicious investment
This Western connection al.o off oct
us, and it is with unfeigned p l?a
me we extend to Greenvlllo th
hope that ere another your she ma;
bo bound to Knoxville by bonds r
Hon. Patrick Walsh of tho Au
gusta ('bron?(de, luis i\ curd in Sun
day's paper for thc benefit of tb
proprietor- of the Gazette of tb
j city, which shows that this hone:
Irishman i- throughly arouse?
His private character and tb
management ofhls business altair:
have boen tl.o subject of most of th
new paper's editorials from Hi
i first, Whilo the public do not m
nally object seriously to un ope
and honest diff?rence of opinio
among newspapers or a dlscussio
properly conducted, sucti pcrsonr
attacks und underhanded illus
are never npprociutod by any-om
OUR WASHINGTON LETTEB,
[Special to The Advertiser. 1
Washington, Sept IO 1^
The truths ure selfo-vidont 1
tho sent incl 011 the political watel
toe er- that tho radical elomei
of the Republican party bas ai
other rabid attack ol'the blood;
sbirb and that the ferocious Pori
is it fit type and prophet. Wittie
bis disgraceful and outrageous co
duct iii Wheeling lust week, whe
ho rared like a madman and strti
ted around like a street-bully, du
ing anybody to knock a chip oil" b
-boulder. Tho West Virginia (Jo
ernor gave tho Ohio nuslance tl
right sort of responso to his wi
ravings, bot, still, to soe tho Go'
ernors of two neighboring stat
j engaged ill a wordy wrangle <
thc balcony of a hotel, whilo tho
sands of angry and excited mi
thronged the streets, was 0 m<
unseemly demonstration. Bul tl
crowing ottimge and indignl'
was the trailing; of tho I" 11 il.
States flag in t be (lust by tho (?rai
Army men and their spurning t
picture ol' t be Pr. -ide ut of I lie Cl
ted states I f this was no) a eoml
nation ad of treason equal to brit
ontbe old Hag at Fort sumter
1800, then I confess myself vast
mistaken. The truth of tho milt
is, that if Uncle Sum'.- (i. A. li bo
good at rudeness boy.- do not I
nave themselves bettor, be w
have to give then a -mind spanki
and semi them supperlcss to i>?
Tho Army Paymasters have bo
transacting th? ir business in
very loose manner-some of thc
not having settled their accpu'
in tourer Aveyears-and it ls bip,
ly probable that the i VOStigatl
of their accounts, which hus n<
been ordered by IllO Second Co
troller of tho Treasury, will unco
er many discrepancies. Knott
is already known to warrant t
the statement that many oft
Paymasters whose bond? expir
In 1888and i**! and earlier yet
aro short in their accounts wi
the Government. The re-pon
bility for this state of affairs ii
not so milch with the Paymnsh
themselves as with ibo account]
officials of tho Kopo Mica 11 regln
Speaker Carlisle's presence
tho city al troys dirru?s a lar
measure of public attention, ai
much comment ls Indulged In
to whetheror not some importo
pol iib ?il move is on tho tapis, M h
liv visits tho city at -neb nu tinr?
-o,ta hie time; but the distingu?
ed statemnn emphatically dis
claims any such purpose and posi
tively declares Iiis ignorance of
tho so-called Democrats confer
once to which tho press luis given
snell wide publicity-- stating; (brit
lu is only hero tu look after the
olVftii cf his constituents before
tho di ile re nt Departments.
Senator Butler, of ou th Caroll
luuhasbooomo u/.Odious conven to
railroad supervision by thoth rough
shaking lip that ho roc. iv.cd in a
recent wreck on a Virginio road,
and ho announces that lu? will offer
au amendment to tho low, looking
to tho protection of passengers and
providing reosonnble hours of work
for the trainmen.
Senator Crock roll, is In the city,
and tho commit tee ol" which lu? is
chairman, ls awaiting tin* comple
tion, of tho reports of tile chiefs of
tho several bureaus ;._> to (Ito me
thods of conducting business a? in
the different Departments, in res
ponse to resolut ?on of the lust Con
gress. 'These reports are very vol
uminous, and if the committee read
and Inwardly digest them, it will
bea long and laborious task, Thc
reports will be ('Specially useful for
reference, in showing how Ibo vast
?rad varied lousiness of this great
Government is conducted n*ul will
bean Interesting study n< well,
though I opine, tho covert purpose
of the Senatorial Investigation was
to manufacture a li.tie political
capital in behalf of tho Kt'pllbli
President Cleveland expresses
bis intention to -pend tho next few
weeks quietly ns Iiis vacation limo,
ubOnk View, und ho will not loci
under obligations to como lo the
White Mouse except on publie bus
iness that (lenin' his attention.
'The few Democratic dorks In
Ibo War Department complain
thal there is a KopU.diCAO I'lllg in
tho office which so mani pula tes tho
civil-service, examinations tli.it no
Donioerutjhns u chance of promo
tion, It is said that not one has been
Acting Secretory Mulrhow has
honored the profession of journal
ism by promoting to tho Acting
Chief Clerk of tito Int? rior Depart
ment, Maj. s ?, Jones, for tweuty
t bree years editor of ibo Aberdeen,
Miss., examiner, and for sumo years
confidential clerk of Secretary La
mar. Maj. Join s, will bring to hi'<
new position the -ame devotion to
duty ?md earnestness Hint won for
him such distinction in newspaper
work, and a f?*w men in the Gov
ernment service nro better equip
ped for tho place, ibo employees of
tho office express the hope that hi*
temporory appointment will be
made permanent. It ls really re
freshing, after wailing so many
years to sco A truc-hluo Democrat
in this position. Ho is the first
Democrat clerk since the days of
Our Cool Weather.
Sonn? ofour readers will be plead
ed to learn that reputable weather
prophets predi.M col I w outlier until
about December 1st, after whit li
date the winter will bo ratler war
mer than usual.
The tir-t dart of September will
I he unusually cool, it is unid, and
about the 13th, a very heavy storm
may bo expected to cross (he con
tinent, This storm will bc accom
panied hy high winds, rain, hail
nod thunder, lt-, most destructive
force will bo expended in tho At
lantic .-late*. Tito middle ten day
of t In- month will probably he worin
and tbe lust ten days \\ ill bo cool.
Those predictions aro from Prof.
Poster, of Iowa, and :n lu- rarely
ever make- A mi tuk'C, they will
i?o ol general interest.
lt tot* .vi th extraordinary effie ?cy oo Oaf
-*+ AND BOWELS.
AN EFFBerUAL SPECIFIC FOB
Malaria., Il.i\n I Complainte),
l?y?|n-|i'l??. Kick llanrinohot
Constipation, Ililli II.DOII,
Kidney AlTrcttnna, Jitandlc-A,
Motilad llrprDMilan, Cult?.
Ko Household Shoald b?v Without R,
and, hy being kept roady fer Immediate nvv
will ?nvo m an \ aa hour of suffer! nf .i.l
many a dollar In Um/- und dovtors' lillie.
THF.at 18 BUT ONC
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
8e? that you gat Ike genuine willi rad "2"
ea front of Wrapper. Preparad oaly by
J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietor*
rtMiedelpal?, Pa. PRICK, 81.O0,
Female $ College.
With a full corps of assistants the
Lauronsvllle Female College will
reorganize ?,ml begin fall session
Sept. IfJth. Ilooins comfortable.
Standard high, special attention to
nil Female accomplishments. New
and Splendid Pianos. Xon-seota
nan. Government pam,ral. Young
ladle-1 und. r tho immediatecore of
Mrs. MfCaslan and Mrs. N. 0 Jor
dan. Pupils received nt Anytime
and charged until ond of quart or.
Board $1 ?2 par month In advance.
Tuition $20,.|d0] and with classical
course I io j ?i r < Wiegln to year, pay*
Able monthly, We solicit and hope
to merit pnblfG patronage. Foi
nuy information address,
W. M. McCASLA N,
LAl'ltP.NS, S. C.. Julyffl), l?S7, ly.
'l'iii- Powder never vaires.A marvel
of purity Mt.?nullt and wholesomeness
Mm.* ut'ouotuicnt than tin* ordin?r,
kinda, and cannot bo Hold in compet?*
linn with tin? multitude '>'.' low test
?.hort weight ilium or phosphnto pow
. d i s Sohl only In CANS. IIOVAI? IIAK
INO .I'OWDKK 0??.. Inti Wall Street. N.Y
; NURSERIES *
POMONA, N. C.,
Two and one halt miles west of
Greensboro, Is. C. Thu main linc
of tii"i:. A- i>. .t. ll. pusses thiough
tho grounds and within 100 fri t of
(lieolilcc. Salem trains mako reg
ular stop-* twice daily going euch
way. Tiioso interested in Fruit
and FrulI growing aro cordially
invited to inspect this tho largest
nursery ia tho State and one of thc
largest in tho South.
The proprlt tor has for many
years visited thc lending nurseries
North :mtl West and corresponded
with those of foreigi! countries,
gathering every fruit that was cal
culated to suit thu South, both na
tive and foreign. The reputation
of Pomona Mill Nurseries ls such
that many agents going ?nit from
Greensboro repre.-tenting other nur?
series, try to leave thc impression
that they an- representing these
nurseries. Why ?lo they do itv
1 .el t Ito public IWlSVl er.
1 have in stock growing- (and cnn
fchow* visitors thc sumo) thc largest
anti he-t stock of trees Ao.. over
shown or seen in n??y two nurseries
North Carolina, consisting of ap
ple, peach, pear, cherry pinta,
grape, Jnpune.se persimmon, Jap?
ai eso pillia, 'apricots, nectarine,
llusslan apricot, mulberry, quinces
Small fruit: Strawberry, rapberry,
currant, pecan, Kngllsh walnut,
rhubarb, asparagus, evergreens,
shade t rees, rose.*. iv c.
Clive your order to my authoriz
ed agent or ardor direct from thc
nursery. ( lorrospondon?o solicited
I inscriptive catalogue fro?' t?? appli
,!. VAN LIN IH.KV,
Cl ii i I ford County, N. ('
Mar IS 1887. ut
Ot TIS ?Oi C " PI'?,
I.AL'Ki:; - . pt. vtts
I wiil n . wlnj
named pim . lecllon <?
Ta ves for * ' S. C., fo
tho flsci Nov
ember . > - . -
flo's TOW ls i . fVi I? \ M to :
( let ober . it J< 1 in ?a- toro li
.lack Town ipf io A M, to :
( c'oher 18, at KY II stun
in Jacks Township, from io a m t<
- P m.
( letober, IO at Ooldavllle. in I Inn
lor Township from 10 a m t o2 pu
< >c toi.er 20, at ( 'linton io. 11 un ter
Township, from ie, n m fo2 p in,
October21, at Spring (?rove ii
('rosa Hill Tow nship, from 10 a n
October 22, nt Cross Hill fron
io, a in to 2 p ni.
( October 24, ut Waterloo in Water
loo Township, from 1 On m to li p n
October 25, al 1'? L Henderson*!
store in Waterloo Township, iron
10 a m to 2 i '".
October 20 nt Broworton in Sui
livan's Township, from lt? a in to :
October 27 a Tumbling Pim n 1?.
Sullivan's Township, from 10 a n
to 2 m.
October 28 nt Dial's Church it
Dial's Township from 10 a m toi
( >ct..der 20 at W H Stoddard li
Dials Township, from 10 ant to
p m. .
November d at Young's Store ii
Voung's Sownship, Iroin io a inti
- p m.
November I nt W ll Parson'
store In Young's Township, fron
IU a in lo 2 p m.
Oct "di. Nov l, 2, nt Laurens Cl
from lt) n m to z p in.
On and after tho ?tb, day of No
vein ber the treasurer's ofnCO wil
bo open nt Laurens 0 H, ti <', fo
the collection of said tax os un tl
the loth, of December 1**7.
The tux levy for Laurens Couti
ty for fiscal year is ns follow - :
State Tux, IL
County " I.
lt It 44 Itt,
Special on Sullivan :H,
Doll Tax ?1,00.
Al! Tendiera ?ire rcqUOSlcd 1<
bring lu their certlf|ca(0M for I88i
und 1887, which have ant been np
proved heretofore,|n order to hnvt
tlieni approved by September 16th
M. I* BULLOCK,
Sebo I Commhsionei
Tho largess, Finest, s
Irions? in t,n
We aro nowrnnelvlng ?air Full stnell of I'm ni
. vin hail, ami this ls SH vin? M rv liuioh, for v
THE I_J E -A
both In Stylos ami Pri?es nlwayssollfn
I ho woads nindi* Into filrnlturo, ooo ?i il In
k, Imitation Mahogany, Antique Ash, Sui
W'a'.nnl Snits. tV> 00. ? Murillo top, ?fo
I ramos, %?!"> to $.'> ? on. Kino silk Parlor si
Wo carry from 50 to 73p arlor nits and fro
lt will pay you to come iniil soo us ur write ?
t unic mid price, we will bo glad to shov
S43 Broad St.,
-A I.I. K I NOS OK BT A 01.E
F LO I'll, PJCKLK8,
MO LA SS KS, 1' KIM ?KI ?.
Car-Load of Flour just l?ec
j All of which wc si ll at HOTTOM
I Laurens - -
I augi in x o, IS87.
Cultivate the Mi
mi it Ml
-Deniers in (tough,ami Ker
Doors, Sash anu E
j Laths. Mantels, Newels,
. PINE AND CY VU
,\ Wc cnn linvc dono ht Khort notici
r I of fancy work. If you mean 1
GRAY & AN
MIXTJj/i .( If/KS?WS PUrnl
y?U CHU buy the cheapest ami I""
We will liol he ut
.Ins! I h'uk of it, a nico nil wainui net, IO ph
market, (H500. Very handsome walnut Mn
Moat beda.Tor $1 HO. Neal mu i sn - for ?it
Wt- koop constantly on hsml
Mattiers, Heil Springs, Lonnes, UaDy
\N 0 ?re alio llOOdOjl
Dry ??oot?fl, Dress ( rood Slims.
Dont fall to examine eur ?took ami prie
mei ey. and money sav?"j is niouoy ninda.
1N/L m ter ?& J
Lruirpii*. M. ('
May IS, 1SS7 Nm
T1IK LAURENS BAU.
M. L. OOPKLAN1>,
A T T 0 H N R V /.. T h A \V ,
LAUHKNS C. II., S. C.
S.J. uni.M us. ii. r, SIMPSON.
HOLM KS A SIM PSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
ti .'CKNS c. II?, - - - K. 0.
J. VT. rr.Hv.rsoN. C. 0, FKATtlRllS?ONE
FRHGUSON & h KATHKUsTON K
ATTORNEYS AT I.A NV,
LAURENS C. il.. - - - S. C.
'. C. SKM KT,
? ! I.rv ,!!.>.
v. r. M oow A y
ll KN ITT & McOOWAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
LAURENS CS, H., - - - S. C.
Isl . 3 H ARRIS
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
LAT HF.NM, H. C.
/iV-<>mco ??vcr store of W*. L. Royd,
J. T. JOHNS >N. w. n. niOIIBTi
JOHNSON A. It I<'llKV,
ATTORN;;YS AT LAW.
OrrtCH naming's ?"orner, Northwest
*|(Io of Publie Square.
LA UH KN?, r. IL, S. V.
W. H. MarLm
ATT? MIN KY AT LAW,
LAU UK NS t*. Ll ? - ?, C
IX VJ tAl? AULi
md Most Reliable
?turo. Tho linost .uni eheapoat wo
,<. hnVO years 1)0011
H DM elose margins. Wo h.tvo
ol' Mahogany, Cherry. Antique?
ul A Hil, OU VO Ililli Walnut.
(Mi Tailer Suits, Plush Walnut
tits, $Sfi Oil h> ftlOO 00,
m 100 to 150 olitunhor attifa in stank.
Or entalegue nit.I nrjoo Ms neut frc?
Y yen through
- Avig"u.stei. Ga.
. loops, Ma n AS
CA N DY,
, ol'ALI, KINDS.
of Bagging and Ties.
fia un KS.
- - - - s o
ind by Buying
dy l*ropnroil I.umher,-?
sot' Every Kind,
Sawed and Turned
* uni! in good styl-; any kind
lUHUlCKS cal! to bCO US.
Laurens C. H.. 0. C.
turo Pnlttco ls tho pince whore
-t l'omit uro In tito South,
UPI, , Illili hip for iii Wi, wort!: in RUT
I. Ill piceos, m.onie lop, foi $46 00.
Neut sf t chaira, six lor f3 ~r>.
n POlilph !<. HtOOk of
Carriages, also Carpets and Rugs.
l.irte.\H lur -
lints, Clothing ami Millinery,
i s deform Inlying an wo will HAT? yon
Wo Will not Oe umlpraold.
r a. m i ? s o n
Lttaduri of Lew Pli rei.
Cheapest Carpets in
Stock Larger and Prloea Lower than Erar.
fer^hfl lari^ost Stock South. Moquet.
I Hr tigalee, Throe ply mid I Horatia Onr
pels, linus, Mutti, Crumb (Motlia,
Window oin Inln?, Wintlow cornloM ?ntl
i'oi?s. Cn nt on und Caco*, matting*,
ChrmuoH, Laen eurinilla and l!oua< 'fur?
: 11 11111K ^ . WrltO lor -imple*.
Jas. G. Bailie & Sons?
Tillioad Ht root, Augusta, Ooorgie.
DR. W H- BALL,
/KMr-e over National flank,
rfleednya Mondara and ueadaye
$ioo to $300 mxnwlSri.ein;iSi
nm. Agr-nts prolorrod who can furniHb
their own hornaa and give their whol*
timo to tim bunine**. Spare irxomenla
rnny ??. profitably employ?t a ino. A few
. i. u.eica In Iowna and ellina. B. F..
Jolt NSON A CO., 1013 Main Ht.. Rloh
mond, Va. eugMrm
F KC KN TS.
s.I Plrpeenta InatumM nt once for
our elognnily ilhedniled Catalogue.
SOUTURRX JKWKIJHY UotrgR
F. D.J orman n ?t ?on.,
util nin SC? Main HI -, ?.ynehhnrg, V?.
T ll F. N li W
I a AUBER SHOP.
i r. i., i tlf..i oi tho ) ol o. thet I am
ft -pu . 1 o aervo them a*Ton?w>ninl Ar
El : lu in iirtw o'lartora, untlor the Rob
ti ? na HcfK
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