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Misa 1,111a Peterson is ?inito vick.
M rs Jennings has moved t<> Clinton.
Cotton ls coming in rapidly ou ovory
Miss Maggie Boyd, is Ut tOIld i til" school
n Huntsville Ala.
Mr.J II Kopp, is again en t,ugcd w i t li
J. F M rtin A, Co.
Mrs Juno Pbllson lias returned homo
from l'ortor Springs.
Home good work is hoing dono on tim
t runts about town.
Our cotton factory ls by no means
end, only du/ing
Capt. J W Watta und Hary visited
Newbury lust week.
Mis? Annie Simpson, has J returned
from Glenn S. ri iga.
Throo now storos have berm oponod
o tho last throo wcoks
I.uti rons is a dandy little, town, and
thorn is noruhbittgit out.
Tho I.uuronsville Female Cutings will
?opon next Monday.
floury S. Hhumnte, of Hroworton, ls
.Clerking for Messrs Ur ay A Sullivan.
I>r mid Mra 1' il Connor have, returned
?root ix short visit to Cokotbury.
Wiggins predicts a torrlblo storm for
this numil y on iii" tilth,
Mr Jus IL llowen, lins returned from
brief visit to relativos in shunter.
Mr and Miss Boyd of Prosperity ?re
-visiting the family ol'Mr s K Taylor,
Tho annual building boom is ap
proaching. Several dwelling aro hoing
Court cotmnonceq on tho l'J.h inst,
Judge Norton will preside.
Dr J NV Posoy. ni Union is visiting lils
11 n it h rr Dr ll F Posey, who ha-, been ill.
So many railroads you know,- thal
1M why good? uro cheaper here, mid cot
ton higher than elsowhoro.
Miss M ?ria Sheron, who lias hoon vis
iting tho family of Capt. Philpot, lins re
turned to her homo in Augusta.
You who road lids paper regularly -
don't you think it is worth a dollar a
yenrT It rends much bolter after it is
Tho Huller Guards of Greenville, is
tho only military company from tins
state, Hint will uttend thc centennial
convention ut Philadelphia.
Mo**T J ll Turnor, of GalTany city,
and C. H. Splghis ot Greenville, have
moved bot . for th? purpoae of burit-i
You ara cordially Invited to attend
tho KalrYlow stork show, to ba bald
tb? 30th, of Sepiombor 1887. Open 10 a
kl. Fair View Marmora Club.
D. K Anderson Pro'?.
Mr Ino. O ly ut pb, of Hodge?, visited
fr'end* hore, laut w?ek. Ho also us?la
ted our brass band at Glonn Springs.
The front of Ilia building. OOOtiptod as
the store of J li Mowley, has received n
??eat of green paint, during the past
Prof. McCnslan, oftho Keinalo College,
is to bo uongratttbited upon men rina tho
??orvicos of Mrs hato I), .1 ackson, in tho
Departments of French anil Art, for an
other session. Mrs J a-'knoll ia au ac
complished toucher and a most excel
lent lady, mid under hsr nisungoinont,
theso deparlnientti tiave roacliod a very
high degren of pnrfoction, Sba will ar
rive alu ll*, tho loth.
There will public exhibition given by
LOOK Itruiioh School, tnnght by Miss
Mc Kelt rick on Tb ti rad ay the 22ud, com?
ineneing at 11 o'clock . After the exerci
ses ofthn school an addresses will bode
livered by Commissioner M. I?. Ilulloek,
Hov. K O. Krierson, Maj. N. S. Harris
mid perhaps otb -s. Tho public are cor?
(tinily invited to attend, A basket din
ner Will boaorvod Oit the ground.
Mull'ocutcd In a well.
A nagrn hy the nanni of Harry ""bosley,
wldle cleaning out a well on Dr. LS
Fuller's plantation near Lisbon, di ?nov
ored a kind of gas at the bottom, and
whil? climbing out he fell h?ck, and
. nffocated. Hovwral boura Wi*rc spout
in Kellin- his body out, ami in the at
tempt several others caine very near
meet;tig lils futo.
For August has been received. As
usual't lins much good solid reading.
Ileitides ninny puges of editorial and re
ligious matter, we lind II maali of local
uow.s items, from which we tuke tho fol
The tow n of Clinton is to have a Hull
oing A Lum Association us soon as the
Legislature can g'ant a charter.
Tho Clinton Hrass Hand lins atlast
won recognition ns ono of the valuable
institutions of Clinton.
Hov lt P Smith, lins returned to Ids
post, and ls getling things roHdy for tho
opening season ll j hud a delightful
Tho prospects for tho completion of
tba 0 G & N It It, to this point, by til?
fall of IHRH, aro now vory bright.
Thoold prophecy that If lt ralnson tba
first dog-dny, it will rain for forty duys
wa? ni nm o fulfilled this season.
Mr Watt? 1? trying tho plan reeom
ni.mdod bV bis illustrious rolutive, Col.
.1 Wash Watts. Ho ls putting up rug
?wood buy for tho Orphanago horses.
Tho roof was put on Hm new barn at
tho Orpliaungo in a single working day,
orerlwolvo thousand shingles. It ls
bollnved that this ls tho quickest roof
work over done in tho tow n.
They aay thnt whiskey may bo bought
tn Clinton. Wo don't believe lt, ann to
provo our f?lth oy our work?, wa offor
that any purchaser of Ihr article In town
who shall satisfy UH that bo has bought
liquor in this town, shall huvo his bill
cashed at this office.
A very interesting meeting was re
cently bold In Ibo. Hnpllst Church. All
tim denominations heartily participa
ted in it and attended lt. There wore a
nautbaf of additions to tho membership
of tho flautist Chu, t h l l ?ill told.
Wo learn that, there hus hoon a change
of sc hod ul? on tho Laurons Railroad,
two trains being run dallv from Now
?.ory to Lumens. This will glvo us
greatly Increased facilities, and will bo
hailed with pion AU rd by our people. It
ls also suggest**! ibo a train will bo
Vim from Lauroiia?lroctly lo Columbi?.
Th .vt will be dot ld ? I gdn.
Gula Day at Glenn's.
Tho Olonn Springs Tournament and Ball.
It was our privilege to attend tbo
(Jmud 'l'on: .mn., nt and Ball at Gllonn
Springs on Thursday Inst. It is nt all
times pleasant to visit Carolina's favo
rite Summer Kostu t, but on this ceca
HIOII, whoro Kuob extended preparations
liad been made for tim on|oyinont of
guests, mut whore tliose guests comprise
tho bunn tl fill muidens and ublvulrouu
youths from all parts of tho country, the
oeeaHion was exceedingly pleasant,
Marly on Thursday morning tho arri?
val? I nd loa ted that tho interest lu''yo
oldou lytno" tournoy had not abated,
Hud in a short while tho hot ol and lawn
were ?liv?? with eager visitors, bent
upon the feat tv lieu of tho day. Hore
und Hiern appmirod among the throng,
tho visage of soino gallant knight, ar
rayed as would make Solomon in all his
glory blush. Knoll knight, wltn pran
cing steed and glittering armor, was
tho especial favorite of some fair dalli
H"I. who confidently OX poet od that ero
tho oloso of tho day, with tho crown of
geld and quonnly honors, abo would he
the ad in i rod of all ad m lr* ra. During tho
? tay tho I,Huron? l'omet Hand, discours
ed sweet strains st tho tournainont
grounds, and were complimented on nil
lu I he evening, tho Dall at Ibo hotel
was simply grand . With Italian Bund
of Charlotte and such an array of beau
ties and br aux filling tito two slogan t
ball nunns to overflow, it could not have
been OtllOrwlHO. Kvory attention was
provided and this was indeed a gula day
for (llonns. Messrs Simpson tfc Simpsoil
expended over f.'MXi. on this occasion.
Those young mon are building up this
resort to a dogree that is marvelous,
finch year, as its fame spreads, th*
crowd of health and pleasure suckers
grows birder ?nd the salo of tho water
In 1KSI tho first shipmont of water In
casos was made and that year thesalos
amounted to 700 cases. Knoll year it hus
increased in 1SS0 2000 casos worn
shlppod. This yoar the amount will bo
almost double tl^t of '80. Tho wntor ls
now reoognlr.od ns a spoeillo for dyspep
sia -ind kindred diseases throughout
Hie United States and Canada.
In a short while the railroad will he
built and thou this healt li-giving water
will be in<>?-'.' ace.ossable.
What True Merit will Do.
Tho unproeondonted sal? of Floshei
Herman syrup within a few yours, lins
astonished tim world.lt iawilTlOUl doubt
thc safest and best remedy ever ttiseov
ered for tin1 speedy and ell'OOttinl euro
nf coughs, COldS And tho severest lung /
troubles. It nets on an entirely differ .
cut principle from the usual proser ip- 1
linns given by Physicians, as it does not t
(irv up a cough and leave tho disease
Still in tho syst Olli, huton tim contrary
roinoves tlie cause of the trouble, heals I (
tim pnrts nlfeetcd .Mid lenvos thom in s | l
uurely healthy condition. A bottle kept
In tho house for use whan thu diseases
make their appearance will save doc
tors bills ind a long spell of serious di
non.?. A trial will e >nvlnooyo;i ot thaso j t
facts. It i* posltlvelv sid I ny ntl drug* | \
gist ami general dealers iii tho land.
Price 75 cts., largobottlos.
All Sorts from Rocky Spring.
A Fin? ana In?ustrloni People -Good Cropi
An Kxcollout Teacher -A Pino Behool
I know of no good and lawful reaaon
why tho rest of th? world should mit
occasionally h?-nr of the progress of thia
?colton ol country. In tho tlr?t place,
wo have none but good, sober, lawahid
ing ?tttzeiis, who come aquare to th?
front ?nd take a bold and opon stand on
all question*, |Militlral, moral, or spirit
ual. Wo have * good average of intel
ligence, hono-.tr and industry.
Our oropa ?rn as fin? ns those of any
adjoining section. Tho polite mid ac
commodating nt oro-in an anillen ?s bo
paasoa mid aeea the fields of fine oorn
cane and cotton. Picking cotton and
making syrup I? now th? ord?r of tho
day. Tho crop o? enno ia much liner
thnn I have over aeon.
"Honoat Cliffy" ia now ia the height
of lila glory, picking cotton and eating
Poa;., potatoes and turnip? ar? a full
Mina Jannie Chalmers haa been teach
ing our ae.nool for two years; and on the
drat of thia month tho aehool gare it?
annual exhibititlon and plo-nie, both af
which wa? pronounced a complete an?
eos? tb? whole gath. . i ig being til? jud
The littlo boys and glrla nil looked
neat, nico anti happy, ami proved to the
audience that they hat! not boen idle.
Tholr peifomanoe would have done a
credit to thoa? of moro mature year?.
Rut lt eciiltl not but he otherwisa willi
th? accomplished Mia? Jnnn'e at the
helm, presiding with the ease and abd.
Hy ufa veteran. Wilde bore amongst
na she baa miltie many Irlands and
prorod to all that when In tho school
room abo ls in latrena of th? situation.
In a few ?hort, yes, ehort w?eks hor
aehool -ill ho out anti abo will bid us
gootl bye and go to anothor fioltl to pur
sue ber nollie oalling; wo will m?as tlioe
yes. wo will misa theo. Allroady some
. f the young hogin to wear an r.ll-the
and wo aro not sure but aome old bach
elors aro on the ?ame line, but they
always wear such a left-over expression
that lt la difficult to toll how they are af
fcetod, WUether at all or not. But, how
ever, that may be, may success at
tend and crown the effort? of a faith
ful teacher, in the future aa In th?
Now, Mr. Kdltor, If you think Hit?
worth a place In the ooluinne o' the Av
VKRTisRn, we will foal complimented
and perhaps, write again, if not, we will
not. crae a- JOT.
Tallahassee Tells ot Totals
At and Around Tonne's Cronainj-- Death?
and other matten.
I pruess you nil know we uro hav
inf? fine weather for harvesting cot
ton, anti we nm Improving tho gol
don opportunity too.
Theiininv rela'ivcs mid friends
of Mr William Hilliard, n highly
respected citizen of Jacks Town
ship will be pained to learn of his
death, which OCCUfcd on the night
of tho 7th, inst. Thc deceased WM n
kimi and loving husband, un indul
gent father, and a good nelghbt r
Iii? waa for many yours it mombo
of Jlunhun Baptist Church; mid
when called upon to answer tho
suri-mous of tho "Lord and Muster,
expressed a willillgloss to cross the
river. Penco to his ashes.
We also regret to ei?: nielo tho
deal li of our young Irk nd .1 W Ir
by, familiarly knovn ns ,4Jack" son
Of Capt William Irby of Qoldvllle,
which sad event occured in Alaba
ba ma the 20th. [test in ponce.
Wo regret to anuourtco that Mrs
Harrison Copeland, is quito sick nt
tins writing we hopo for her early
Mr Tims. Il Neighbors had a lit
tlo son bitten by n snake of tho
spreader variety it few days ugo.
Although the little fell was quito
sick nt first, weare glad to note ls
doing finely at present.
In conclusion, wo are called upon
to ohronlcld tho death of Timothy
Lavan, un aged and highly respec
ted citizen, which occured on the
Otb inst, tinelo Tim ns ho was fn
mtlliarly called was a native of I re
land, came to this country and this
community just in time to make a
faithful soldier III tho Confederate
army, and followed his commander
to tho <1 nth of the lost cans? . Ile
was honest, industrious, law-abid
ing, he possessed all the qualities
Of true Irish Americans. Ho loaves
a wife and two children to lament
his death. We may carve nota
linc, raise not a stone, but let him
sleep in Iiis glorp.
We also regret to learn of the
loath of a child of Mr and Mrs llor
land Hay, wo aro not Informed ns
to name, age or dato of death, as
ivo concluded the weather is cluing
ng with indications of rain Natur
lay morning Sept. 10th.
Laurens makes no extravegant
jousts, but tho figures can't pre*
/a rica to. For tho past week large
lUantitieS Of cotton have been
?rought to this place, for which ono
?alf a cont per pound moro wat?
?aid than at any other market in
ipper Carolina. On Monday, cot
on brought OJ here,-tho exact
piotation of Charleston. Grocer ioa
ire also cheaper hero than else*
Vilich makes 1,aureus Infinitely
letter than a seaport town.
Mr Jimmio Mcclintock, is dork?
ng for Sullivan A Milam.
Messrs Fleming ?Sc Blakcly, eon
emplate making u chango in the
lrm name. Mr Fleming retain- I
ng the entire stock, umler tho new
mme, It II Fleming.
Mr ll II Fleming, will erect a
?omraodlous store room at an early 1
Mr A Y Thompson, ls placing
umber on the grounds for Hov. 1)
M Haddous residence, which, when
Inlshed will bo one of tho neatest
n our midst.
It is said that wo ure to have two
'?gular cotton buyers for Ora, this
Miss Torgue, of Watorloo, has
aeon visiting Miss Carrio Bruton.
Mr W A Mcclintock and family,
nado u dying visit to Spartnnburg
Mr B II Harnett, has gone to
Wood ru ir to attend school. His
mop will bo ill charge of Mr J L
Wo staled last week that wo
would have the convenience of tel
egraph facilities for handling cot
on this season. This may be an
?rror as our people have mudo no
irrangemout to maintain an ope
rator, nod the office must go sonio
We learn that work will be stnr
ted on the factory ground at Knoroe
river on or about October 1st,
Cotton picking is tho order of tho
Several Commercial mon In town
Now cotton scales have been or
lored for the covonionco of buyers
PILKS l/PON PIIiKH <>K DURN'
Ki) noni KM.
During a performance In the The
itro Royal at F.xter London, the
?uilding caught fire, ?inri owing to
he construction of tho stair cuses
md tho rush to greater part of the
tudienco perished with tho bull
ling. A scene shifter says that
I ho lire originated among some
?a uso, which in somo way became
gnited. Tho flames spread to the
scenery, of which tho stage waa un
usually lull owing to preparation
??r tho producttou'of a pantomimo.
Tho audience numbered MOO per
In tho rush tho ticket box was
upset ?it tho gallery exit, ami this
iv as the causo of a blockade ul I hat
point. Tho remains of nen i, llfty
parsons were found thero. lt is
impossible to ascertain tho exact
number buried as many of tho la
lies were completely calcined. Two
?dull? of thi! stablo belonging to the
hotel adjacent to tho threatre, are
Ulled with remains that it is impos
sible to Identify. Many uro burnt
The stairway leading to tho gal
lery was packed with bodies, while
at the lu nd ol the stairs were SCOros
nf others piled on top of the oilier.
Tho charred remains of twenty
persons were found in one heap. A
father, mother and child woro
found clasped In ono embrace?
Many of tho limbs uro missing
from somo ot tho bodies, mid tho
remains show that they had I?, en
wrenched og. In matty eases fath
ers and mothers both perished and
Humorous children uro left without
moans of support.
Mounter Sherman, of Ohio, lins in
cepted an Invitation to attend tho
annual fair of the colored industrial
association j to be held ut Haleigh
N C., and commencing October 21.
He is expected to make un address.
Tho Haleigh Observer auys "lt is
already evident tin?' thc approach
ing annual fair of the colored peo
ple will Surpass tluit of lust, your, j
mid if Senator Sherman nonios this
your lie will probably soo tho Inr
gost assembly of colored pooplo
over In North Carolina." General
Ma hone has nlso accepted un invi
tation to attend thc lynleigh fair.
France Not n Conmierei
Rho (nilli ls that Franco ls not
Intrinsically a commercial nation;
it is an artistic ono. The natural
g?nois of tho French runs to writ
ing novels, painting pictures, com
posing music and not to driving
bargains. Here, contrnwi.so to the
rule that holds in America, com?
merco ls not and cud in Itself] ir is
simply a means to the enjoyment
of life. Here art is-as it ought to
bo euery where-the summit of (hu
people's aspirations,-Sidney 1,lis
ha in Inter-Oeeun.
(.teat distress from drought is re
ported to exist in FrioCounty Tex
as. The people in the rural dis
tricts have been reduced to a state
of absolute poverty bordering on
President Cleveland On
Mr d. A. Sullivan, editor of the
Montgomery (Va.) Democrat, re
cently wrote to President (Move
land inquiring in regard to truth
of a report that Mr Cleveland,
while Governor of New York, ap
proved a bill authorising mixed
schools in that state, In replying
lo Mr Sullivan's inquiry, President
Cleveland write: : "The only bill
that I know of being passed and
approved on that subject, wliilo I
was Governor, was one affecting
the i ity of New York, and had pre
cisely the contrary elf.et-(bat is
the purpose and object was to re
tain the colored schools seperato
ami distinct from those for tho
whiles. Mr Nelson J. Waterbury,
of New York eily, I think, drew
(he bill, and Professor Uasin, Su
perintendent of colored schools,
?nd I lev. Mr Derrick, both of New '
V rk city, advocated it strongly ,
School Hoard of New York city
had dertcrminotl to consolidate
t heir schools \\ ?tb the white schools,
and the bill took il out of the con- 1
trol of the Hoard, so that it should
not be done. It was strongly urg
ed before mc that soperaie schools r
were of much more benefit to tho '
colored people than mixed schools 1
I approved thc bill, and I suppose |
in the city ol' New York colored .
schools areseporatoly maintained
to-day by virtue of its provisions. I 1
have t: us given you all I reinem- c
bur on the subject of your inquiry ,
I have been much surprised at
bearing before the receipt of your ?
letter that this matter has boen so '
grossly misrepresented." t
irlfthlng for Sword VUh. 1
At Martha*? Vineyard ?word flsldrrg is I
getting to he tho favorite ntnusomcnt. *
A beginner grows enthusiastic tho first
yonr over porch, tho second season IM
essays a trip or two of ldnrk bass fishing, 1
while tho third sonnon ht ootupie.rs I Juc- 1
fish and seasickness sufflolently to ?nt^r
tho senior cla>\s of sword Qshormou, who
r.ro whalers lu miniature, Tho require- I
monts of this grand sport aro a calm nea, .
plenty of this showing abovo it ami a J
cautious captain who can creep np care*
fully an?l quietly enough to give the man ^
in the lookout a chance to show bia skill |
in throwing a harpoon. If it strikes the
lihh a lino of lifty fathoms Is played out,
with un empty keg on tho end to buoy it,
and while tho party are lu search of an
other i'm nial tail tho wounded fish fin
ishes Inj linking, and with lils unfortu
nate brothers ii gathered up after tho
pport is over. Many of those fish weigh
250 pounds, ?md they aro a delicious
taolo delicacy.-Philadelphia Cali.
That d?s < f young Indios known
among tho uti lents as "college widows,"
and commonly supposed to have tho ue
quaintance of several generations of col
legians, ia not large* In Naw Haven than
elsowhcrc. I .et a girl once get such a |
reputation, however, whether justly or >
unjustly acquired, she iran bid ^isvlby to
all hopes of wedding ? collego man, A
fellow may enjoy ber company, he may |
call on her; ho may pay her sufficient at- ?
tendon to ordinarily justify a popular j
suspicion of an engagement; but he
rarely or never married her.- lippin
A SliiRnlnr Trim ta tn Prath.
When a leading Philadelphian die? the '
shutters are "bowed" all over tho housu
- that is to say, they are all but closed
ami fastened together with a black silk
lx>w, sometimes remaining so ..bowed"
for a year after ibo death in tho house; (
also, it is not infrequent after ibo death I
of a nujnlier of nu old family to seo tho
shutters of many nf tlio neighbors1 houses
..bowed" out of respect, remaining so for
days and weeks. This peculiar custom
originated among tho Quakers, who do
not put crape oil their door bell? or else- I
whore-Cor. New York Herald.
A Sillium. Inn Halium Tunnel.
Tho governments of Sweden and Den
mark are considering plans for a railway
tunnel under the sound lief ween Copen
hagen, in Denmark, ami Malmo, in
Sweden. The tunnel, OH plan neil, is to
have a total leiijith of nevon and a half
miles; that is, twomilo* between A mager
ami tho small islands of Saltholm, mid
llvo and a half miles between Saltholm
and Malmo. Tho c<?t of construction ii
estimated at about $U,000,000. -New
AU persons Indebted to me by
note or account prior to 1SS87, arc
hereby notified that same positive
ly must be settled h.v tho 16th. of
October next. All fulling to do so
will find (heir claim* in tho banda
of an officer for collection.
W. H. GARRETT.
STATE OF ROUTH ('A HOM KA.
F. JCEOUTtv B DEI* A UT M K MT .
OfTl00 Of COMfTROI.t.RR (lKNKH,\l" I
Columbia, s. c., Kept, ?, isa.'i
i cortlfythst Dr. J no. A, Ttarkad ale, of
I.nnrons, Agent of tho Anglo Novador
Fire InsUrSnOS Company, Inen -punted
liv tbe Statfl of California, has complied
with ibo roqu?H?tlons of th? Actor Ibo
fieiiernl Antoni) 1 ** entitled .' An Aet to
reun?ate tho Age, ol OM Ol Insurance Com- '
panics not Inonrporstod in tho Hinte of
Routh Carolina.* and I heroi?v license
(he Hnid Dr. .Ino. A. lim koinie, A grui t
aforesaid, to luke risk** am) transaoi nil
business ol Insurance In this Slate, io
tim County of I .nurom*, for and In bo
linli ot HInil Company.
W. K. HTOXKY,
Our Entire Dry.Goods St<>
tho entire stock, consisting of ?
And tho way we manage is to 1
See the Bottoi
W ewill sell you
A nico chock ,d suit
Former price $? oo
fi dor. Corsets wort li Moe at
IMO All Lion 33 Inch Tow?
Former price 20c.
IO doz towels at.
Double Width Dress good
Mingle " ?? ??
Every article Be
FIR, OIN" 17
Wo would respectfully announce
Phrtt we now have In store, A thou
Hind undone things, And are dally
occivlng more. Our round stacks
if goods, In part we will mention,
lut won't use ono ?pace to bring
mit to your attention. Suffice it
<> say, wo have flour, meal und
neat, And sugar and coffee which
minot be In ,t. Our elegant enti
led goods will just make you smile
Vs you stand and behold them -
aid pile upon pile. Of tobaccos
md cigars we have quito enough,
\nd cigaretts too for nil to take a
nilT. Our new and full lino of plain
md fancy candy, Is, to say thc least,
iperfect "Jim Dandy." Now you'll
jive us your attention we sincerely
lope, For wo wish to say a word re*
"arding our soap. We d?*fy com
iction and if equaled or beat, In
pialtitv or price, 00 lbs. of soap, is
mr treat. Just call and get prices
y-uu'Il 1)0 paid for your pains, And
florbuylngyour goods from J. IIKU
BKHT JAM KS.
Laurena, Sept. 13, ,87
II Y G K I A.
X WONDERFUL DISCOV
POHACCO AN AID TO ll HAI/TII.
A new tobacco mn n a fae tu rod hy
l'hos. C Williams & Co. Richmond
Vrn, nndor a formula pre pared by
Prof. Mallett of tho University of I
Anti-Molarial, Auti-Dyspoptio, a
good ncrgino and on excellent chew.
rry it.-No Humbug.
For particulars of ito virtues call
for cert I floate at thc following
[ibices whore the tobacco can be
J. M. Philpot,
J. H Cooper,
Todd, Simpson A Co.
Laurens S. C.
Piedmont Air Lino.
HIC II MOND?* DAN VI tildi H. lt.
Columbia >V i.roonvlllo division,
'ondensed Scbutlulu in ? licet Sept. ii h
Trahis run on 75th Meridian time,)
Northbound No .Vt Nurlhbou
Leave Columbia "llt'Oa m
Arrive Alston ll Ml a in
Leave Alston 11 fi'l a m
Arrive Union i oap m
" Spartanburg 645 i> m
" Hot Springs
l,oavu Alston 11 fill ? Ul
Arrriv Prosperity Iii -ll p Ul
N ewin -rry
*. Ninety six
<. reen wood
" i i roon ville
.4 In p m
2 .VJ i m
:> io p m
1 2ft pw
4 50 p in
rt ms p m
(> ?IA |> ni
in in p m
nd No 51
; in in p m
1 I IK) p Ul
. 12 lu p III
,12 :>o a m
2 12 H in
I 07 n ni
4 M n ni
6 .'17 a ni
h 5.1 a m
7 00 a in
0 00 ?ni
Southbound No 52. I Mouthliound No. .vi
D Walhalla '7 55 n ni
Henees s :io a in
*1 Audorson '.' 5-1 n m
" Abbeville 10 .Vi a III
Urreonvtlle fl lo ... m
" (J roon wood I25tt p ni
" Ninety Six 1 ;tH p ni
Laurens s 20 H m
" New bon y !l 05 p in
M Prosperity H28pm
Arrive Alston " 1 u.'? ji ll.
I^OAVC Hot Spring"
?' A-li ville
" Kial Kook
Spnrtnnhurg 4 .>? a 1?
" Cnion 7 10
Arrive Alston 1 0 20 p ni
" < lol ll IO bia .rni7 p m
" Columbia .. tl p m
" August? il |o p in
Vin S C U H.i il 4'. p ni
Via A 0 L iO 4.1 p in
?. Savasnab )
<?n trains No?* 50and 51,
1'idlnmn Sleepers between
Sayan .tab ami Hot Spring
Ki c , via Columbia and
Tiokots on Halest pr! nob
?7 20 p in
U IO p ni
11 07 p ni
ll 2.1 p m
ll .VI pm
.. 1214 a m
2 12 a in
. .1 45 a rr.
... 5 .17 a in
0.10 n in
r. .m s m
10.10 n Ul
10 M a in
.. ll 20 fl in
ft .VJ p m
. Hally ex
pal Malton H to nil ooints. Mannger.
1). (WKHWKnL, A nsf PHSS. Agt.
JAS L.TAYIiOH, Cidumbls, S. C
' ii n. r d Passenger A^' iit
re must bo closed up. and befoie
?nest quality dross goods, white
Lt Auction Prices
Hake a small Bimi pay foi stacks
m Drop, and Prk
L EL nio? s vail a/t
.$3.50 Wo have soi
which cost ii
15 ots, wc close ont
'ls Mc Lad 1 OH flin
.10c. Ladies eas
s at 10c worth if 1
1", I2$C Overcoats fri
dow New York Cos?
U R E N S, S
LA C U K N S C< > U N T Y
?RBAli * ESTATE
WANTKO! TO borrow $1500,00 lor throe
years with tho prividocco of liv? y oars,
A lii.ioiftl interest will bo paid mu! mort
gage on Rout Kstuto Riven.
NVANTKO: TO hwy a Small Karin, loo
to ISO ?ere?. Well watered ami limbwr
etl lend desired. A portion ol'tho pur
chase money will be cuni), oalunco on
l'on SALK: A number of r?sidence* In
tho Town of I,atirons; also vacant lots,
great bargains ofTerodl
Foil RRNT! Three or four Rood ?toro
Rooina In the Town of Laurena. Loca
Pou Ult MT! Throo or lour largo rosl
denees In tho Town of Lau ron a, besides
n number of eottagoa and eublns.
Kou SALK: GOOO ?OTOH land in different
portions of Laurena County. Also a vnl
uabto plantation near Ninot.v-six and
Greenwood in Ahboville county.
FOR SALH: Ono brick ??toro room;
also, ono half interest III the Fleming
ware-house, In ibo Town of bau rena.
Fon SALK: Teat elegant traet of lend
ono and ono half milo* wost of Lamons
Courthouse, known a-? tho Frank Flem
ing place. This pl eeo eoiitnina250aerea,
and is woil improved, titted waler,
good buildings, LanO fertile and and in
good state ol cultivation.
STAT E ( ) F SO FT If CA HO Ll X A.
Cor NT Y OF L\ I. UK NH.
IN Tit K COURT OF COMMON PI,KA KS.
Pursuant tojudgments of foreclos
ure und sale made in tho follow
ing stated eases, I will sell nt pub
lic outcry at Laurens C. lt., on sale
day in October next, being Mon
day thc 3rd. ?lay of the month, ?lur
ing the legal hours for sales, the
property described in each case,
upon tho terms specified to wit.
In thc case of Minerva Dial, va
Addi?; R Hill.
All that traotof land situate ly
ing and being, in the County und
Stute aforesaid, containing One
Hundred ami eighty acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of
Col. J Washington Watts and Me
linda Crows, on the east by hinds
of Molinda Crews, on the south bv
lands of Allen Dial and W LShell,
[on tin; west by lands of Allen Dial.
Tr.itMs: One half of tho purchase
' money tt) be paid cash, anti the re
mainder tm a credit of twelve
months, willi interest I rom the
day of sale, secured by tho bond of
the purchaser and n mortgage of
I the premises. The juna baser to
j pay for papers.
In the case of N. ll. Dial, vs
Charles H Sullivan and A P Sul
livan. All that tract, niece or par
cel of bimi situate, lying and be
ing in the town of Laurens, in the
j county anti state aforesaid, con
taining Twenty Five nc res, moro
or loss, and bounded on the
north by lands of Addison Still I van
and Myers, on the ensl by lands of
Mrs Jane Todd,on Ibo south hy
lands of William Ii (Jarrett, ?iud on
tho west by N lt Dial, .duo all that
lot of bimi in .? ubi town county and
state, containing Ono acre, more or
le.fs, bounded on the north by binds
of Addison Sullivan, on tho oast
by lands of K H and William Los?
lie, on the south by neu street, ?ind
ot* tho west by the ( ? reen wood,
Laurens A Spaitanburg railroads.
THUMS: Cash, the purchaser lo
pay for pupers,
In Hie ease of David A Richard
stni ns administrator vs Warren
Walker, ot al. All that tract of
In nd lying and being in the county
of Lotirons mid slate aforesaid,
containing Three Hundred and
thirty eight acres,more or loss, on
I tho waters of cane creek, bounded
' by land? of Dolly Madden, O W
Winns, lands formerly belonging to
tho estate of Isaac (irani deceased,
mid Jame? Pierson, being the land
upon which Solomon F Fuller re
sided at tlie time of ins death.
TF.UMK: One half of tho purcliast
money tobe paid cash, und tin
balance on a credit of t wei vi
month?, with interest from tin
tiny of snle, secured by the bom
of the purchaser und a mortgage n
tho promises. Thu purchaser '<
pay for pupers.
Sept. ttrd. 1887.
Mnstcr JU 0
doing so, wd*propose to f
goods, ?-li?os, Laif, clotlllH;
t of good*), . . . . For instance
:es Sink thus:
L Original jprioo
no elegant dress robes
ii Now York, ?d?O now
o cub moro vests 30c
liri :o OOo
Din.*3 50 lo $10
t, to Close Out
State ot' Southe ar olina.
COUNTY OF LAUIUONS.
Dy virtue of authority in inc v
led bv n power of tittorney
by MM Black, I* 1' l'ylos, i: J
bin, J M McDowell und J V ?:
Dowell. I will si ll for the purpoM
of partition niul devisioii on ?al -
day in October next at I2M., till
that traci pico? or parcel ol'la ml sit
uate, lying and being; ii: Hie Conn*
ty of Laurens in said* ?tate con
taining 'Tw o 11undred and thir
ty three acres mure or less, and
known anthe McDowell pluen and
hounded hy lands of John C Davin,
lands of .Sallie Da vis, hinds nf lt S
fJrffln and olhers, upon the fol
lowing terni-to w it, One hail" cash
the balance ov a creilll oflwilv?
months with binni of lin- purchase)
und ni*rtgage of fhn premisos to
secure the credit portion, with
leave to the purchaser lo pay his
entire hid in cash. Purchaser to
N I> Di A ? ,
AI tonicv in fuel.
Aug. .'ll, 1887.
T UK LAUD E N s
Prepares lioys for ibo South Carolina
College, for the Citadel and for Ibo pi He
lical business of life,
THUMS: $^..I0 to$:i.()0 per month, ?..r
dlng lo grado.
Next Session l?? iin-, MONDAY, f?lh
of SEPTUM UHR.'
VII A N i< KV A NS,
PHI M I C t..
SOI' ! H CAROLINA
Sixteen I asl ruotors? ?SciciitHie, ,*i Lit
erary degree eonrsoM, fi Shorter courses,
I'nst-G rad unto and Law coarsen,
Tuition $40, Matriculation, ii". Kooma
free. Table Hoard $11 and $12 50 per
mont h. f. y .-..uses about ? ian.
Tuition fro. bj I .nw lo npplicnnts fil
ing With Collage licnsur. r a eerlllloato
of humility lo pay, signad hy himself
and guardian or parent, willi opinion of
('olin ly Commissioners, or .Ii ul gi i>r
Probate, or ('lurk nf Court (hal tho
st; tornen! isirt.w. Y\.x further parlue
In rs n ppl v io
PltliSI I) Fi NT J. Nf. Mollit Y DH,
Columbia, S. < '.
I w Ul sell mv slocko of
Coffins, Gaskets and
At greatly roducod price* cd will <lo
livor thom ut niiy depot ii Hie counlv
free ol charge. Hearse niel when tlusir
eil. Ni^lit calls prtnnp'iy responded lo.
Call in day timo over Martin A' I nlier':,
store-ni night at Illy rc nco in "J or
13. W. GOBBET,
As A trent
All persons bavin;; claims against
the lute N. D. KlmmoiiSj will pre
sent them to nie on or 1 cloro tho
22nd of September
A. \Y. '. ti S S ! DR
M A C H S t? ? F* Y . R
SAW" H H.LS
HU am A Watt
V\^k Fitting B
INJ KC?OllM 1
C ASTIN (Ts
Urn88 and Iren
A Full StocV of Supplik. cK#?o and good.
BELTING, PACKIK? and OIL.
gfWBMXEXlMB&SttCt -Bi KMSXSAMSSiulJBt
At BOTTOM PRICES
AND IN IT0O? rot?
II AN U HUN
aVKHI'AIHS PROMPTJiT DONF-?JU
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO.
Foundry, Machino (lOd H uh r
Works. AUG! STA, OA.
AllOVK PA SS li NH Kit 11 RPO V.