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J. C. (.'Mil l.V(V r">.V, /: /> / TO /?'.
I'liXOrlptlOtl Prtce--12 Months, ?1.00
l'A Y A IM/K IN ADV A Nfl:.
Ititi r>s lot' Ail vc ii Ising. Drill nu ry Ad
vcrliscmcnts, pei ni i ii uro. Dm? luxer?
lion, $1.00; snell subiu-queiil Inner
lion, ."?n VOIIIN.
lil boral reduction m nd o for largo Ad?
V .n i isentent S.
?? ?! i 1 1 .' : " 11
ti AUKENS, S. C., Poe. 7. ISS7.
ATTKX'J ION, t. i:\T M l-.N!
Laurens, true, bravo, genormt-?,
chivalrous ; renowned alike In w.\r
The grand obi county of 1 .aurons,
und especially tin? town w hich bear
that name, ha ; lll'ldc pllCUOinonill
progress in tho p;ist sl.\ year-, and
now to show io thc world what we
have done and propose lo do-our
progress und possibilities--let us
gol op II grand re-union of citizens,
to take place In the summer of'$8.
[,ol this bc nu occasion w orthy the
town lind county of lo-dny. Lol
Iii. militia of Ibo 4 tn te moot willi
ii- |or II w eek, compon our soil and
en joy our hospitality. .ot the Con
federate survivors ?d' the Slate meet
and talk o\ cr "old times." Lot all
the natives of Laure ls, from tho
Atlantic to Inc Pacific ami from
I lie (juif to Canada ?noel hore with
old friends and relatives. Lol Ibis
be a grand re-union of Ibo native:
men aad women. Railroads will
help to make this occasion a suc
cess, ami if Ibo enterprising citi
zens will take bold of ibo matter,
it will bo (he grandest work in the
histor, ol' nur county. Who .viii
push i Ids mat tor forward.
? Iv VST1?N SI.OWLV."
One cf I bo p rossi aft needs of S.. .lb
i'moltmi *s ft t'onslll'tttoual oiivonl on
io make t 'Hain reforms lu St nie and
e duly nutllc a, to. tte ml lh.it tho ma
chiner* nf ?ii strum ul i South ('tiroli
mt univ bo Improved L'olnmbiu /.' :?
Our hl?'hl,\ esteemed and u nut.ly
corred iroiitcmporary, has, in our
judgnico' novel fui en In i greater
error. Tile constitution of s,nilli
Carolina will comparo favorably
wiib;,ny in tho Union. Ii is true,
il tines nut giv< genoral s lisfuc-j
tum. !siiiiierous sn es.ions are
continua ly hoing nude but :iu>
mero fae. ili.it tl.csu suggestions j
arc aij vi . ?od and its ! mi! ding ns i
possible, goo; to show ihn! the ?e
fccls ave move Imaginary than veal.
What chargo would bc made" Tho
main objection lo our coiisll.tlllen
ls thai il was Ibo gift ol* the Rcpub
li 'an party. This wo adnill ls u.i
siiv.?y to moro tu.-i ho ?cal p li lo
in '. 5. r Von: ;. .aliil gTOUIld
for .i consul'..(ional eonvoniion.
Tho policy of this stall for Hie pasi
few yea IM lias been "unstable as
water." Our legisla tu i ts have been
doing and undoing,- -g, ?plug ab mt '
in du 'kn ess to rem ody by impos i
ble methods, imaginary t vii?. In
tho prest ni unsettled state of af-'
fairs, wo would look with appre
hension on such a radical slop as a
convent! m, To place tho tlesliny i
nf our organic Inw in such hands sc '
have shaped our laws fdr thopnsl :
yon rs, would lie :i loan in Ibo dark,
wc |ircfcr, infinitely, to "hoar (hose j
lils we b.a ve, than Hy lo ol bet's ,
that wc know in't of."
TH I. COI '
This pnpevhas r..\>n**s advocated i
education. Moreover, Wo ntlvoedto j
agric.lit nut! oiluciU! m. Time an I
again lihvc wc expressed tho Lol ii f,
(lint tho greal nood <..*.V.o ?outli ls j
Intelligent nod thoroughly n,unlifl
ed mon ii; Ibo purault of .ii'ricnl- ;
i uro, At i lio ti . iio tl m'? NV<> Udok
ii oxlK ?' d,\ unwise for Jiho stale
to o'ubakk i:i suali un uncertain
t nt .;n rio as a sopiirnto and dis* j
lind :i. " r.iltural c.dirge, SO long
pStllOl'O ls, nt !(>:'>i a idfOllg belief
. i; i Ute ?niii? rosa!'.. . il bo nce?ni
p'.ishedby improving li:c ug.le.il
(urn! (Inpartmon I ol'tim South Car
olina college. [I munt bo admitted
I bul many of tho ngrlculturr.l col |
lcp.?s f.rc liol highly si.ecosaful, and |
Iho ono proposed must-bc nti
? . i
p?riment, Where tho necessity i
for separate buildings, If Mus ox-1
pori men I must bo mudo? Thonr
gnmcnt thai ?'armor boya must not ?
?assocint ' .vi th students pursuing I
Iliberal courses, ls loo Install I flea ni ,
for notice. If tho association would ?
koop any boy from bis work, such '
il boy will do no good at any school,
Hut ]t ls said sttidonts in agrlcul-1
turo will bo subjected to Jeers ami i
ridiculo hyothor students! Train
ing nlong till-, lino ls whnt agrloul
tnral .students mu t have. They
mtiMt hu shown that their v.tiling ls
a-i high and ho.jombU ph any, ami
0 dutton' Who rejects tho ngricni.
?(uri.) coursa to sh tri i ridiculo will a
illirie hitor dodge in n fein L corner
AY bile hil hcjghhoi jig iMTdsliiffj and
work only oil dotidy dny.s. .\rn, (ot
1 Ile <\?N iimon( bc mn (ID but iel i( bo
doitO by building to what is begun.
-le?os, no rei bundoll .trjpplo slayer
' #r?l K'le.'-ii dd, ls /nco moro unfettered os.
> i i I wbi do ubi Just Ip'w&Od
When Hie agricultural college ls
>stobllshed, and the state fool? call
M\ upon to huild another institu
tion, wc havo this suggestion lo of
fer: Let it boa school to (each
mon tho obligations of American
citizenship, lt really seems Hint
oven < ur public mon,-mon who
assume tho role ol' lenders, forget ,
Hie sacred dulles they owe lo the
community. Win n brought face
to face with thc question, who
won bl say that ;i man who knows '
that public servant is so low, so i
vile us <<. accept a bribe, and yet
refuses lo expose such a public of- '
ticer through tho corn i-, is a true
and patriotic citizen. Captain ll. |
ll.Tillmiyi has made the hold n:.cl ;
uuqunlillcd assertion thal some
member of the Senate of youth Car- 1
ulina has accepted n bribe. If hu
has made I his assertion upon insuf- j
brien! proof, then he ls n slanderer.
If he has tho proof and refuses to !
briny; the guilty party lo account, I
where does his claim of desire to
purify Ibis rot lon govern incut full?
Such n charge is serious omi should
liol be allow. I to stund without
proof. We have ll logtll process to i
sift such cases ami Mr. Tillman I
should "put up or shut up."
A cross t ho Sn*, nu II h.
During the past week tho editor
? has boon out of town, ami per lin ps
i some incidents of Hie trip i<? ibo
?, state of < ?corgi a will not bo out of
! place in Tnt: AovKivrinKit. Leav
! ing homo at 8 p. m. on thc Augusta
i bound night freight, to arrive at I
I n, ni. was not exactly such an ac
commodation ns ono would il es i re,
I but in this predicament wc were
! caught un Tuesday. Thc hum
drum mmiotorlotis rocking of a
i lone;- freight train tor 'J<> miles so
1 vi ry interesting, 'ailed lo furnish
timi incident for this letter. Hunch
ing tho grund old u Kou ti tai ti City,"
i however, w here ?ill i< hustle and
; business activity, wo found Hie
lown in a fever beat on Iho subject
of (ho National Kxpositloil. The
old men, the young men and even
I! >. lair millions make Augusta's
big show the subject nf conversa
tion, w hot lu r on the trains, un the j
streets ' r h< pahiticul parlor :. Such !
an undivided sentiment which
pr inspls this unanimous llnanehil
oin', i- .unpl ! as-nra nee of success.
So moto i he. !
Krom Augusta, i ur btisim ss call- I
c M I u< to Millcdgcvillc, over n ?
* retch of country ns far tts sparta,
Datable for its barren appearance
aitd poor crops. lt -oems Hutt
aerub Ul ick .lacks, and numble lice
cotton are the chief products.
Above Sparta, ibo country im
proves somewhat. At ('nunick, UN
[dreary end desolate a sinti?nos
ever bore the linnie, the railroads
seem tu feel const rained to ucl as
feeder- to Ike hotels by milking
somo nw kv ord failure- lo connect.
' Although tin- little station is uni
prepossessing, it luis history ail ils
own in cyclone circles. Ir. I SS",
n wind passed over thc burg,
which delibornloly lifted a young
man from Hie Milln .street ami lan
det', him in n tb eil ravine -nun' two
l: u II tl rod yards distan t. A yoko Of I
steers standing hurd hy, were taken
half a mile anti sot up in (bc midst
of u forest of pines, cmiiplctly hom- j
med in by shuttered limiters. Near
the depot, Iho end ?fo plank from a
picket fence, was li ti ried against a
chestnut telegraph pole, end fore
most, w ith force satllclcnt lo pierce
iii" polo wi I limit oven splitting Hie
snarly chest nut. This pole with
Hie plank its aforesaid, are now on
exhibition at Iho Museum inj
Washington,. Next roached is Mil
I ?(previ! le, Iho once proud capital
of ibis proud commonwealth, but
now merely . > way -talion with
some 1"<>>! Inhnbltnnls, W hen our
parly consisting of half a do/en
d rn ni mers and myself, bad been
comfortably sen ted in tho luis about
to convey ti- lo thc hotel, il stento
rian voice I vom a Ind of I", years,
shouted out "Anything you want
tn drink can he luid cheap atibe
stables." This reminded us thal
Hie town was hy legislative enact
ment dry. Wo lind tin pleasure of
making some very pleasant liccjttn
intim?es ii* Millldgt ville. Among
thom wo nu ntion Mr 'IV H. Morris,
Mian whom, tho whole of Georgia
cannot furnish a more courteous
and clever geni loman. As might
beguossod, ho is a newspaper man.
J'/tfff.oi'A Clinton Hnd'i'pt'isa
Believing Hint the people h ive
hod enough of thc late controversy,
and ns it lins become II personal
mal toi" WO Wish lo have it std Heil.
Wo hu ve writ len nothing that ve
did not bi Move to be I reo ni tho
lime it was written, und therefore
h ft ve" '".'.?duo, lo bc aorvy for. All
nico aie fallible,...: ,,,is ^"^'-vcr
sy luis shown, in which ovC.*^?
concerned has made some mistakes.
Tho urtlclav written would tend to
mnko thc public suppose (hat wo
aro afc daggers'points willi "Jim."
On ( ho contrary, wc are on tho very
bc d tonus,
Wo also wish to slate (liai woore
not ..Jllstieo" and do liol even
know who "Justicc" is,
Our information In regard to thc
[(.(.ling at Warndoo was I'OCOfvod
from it resident of that place,
Hoping tba.t "Jim," "TnMahn?*?,"
Waterloo "Bill" or any other"on
.ornod aro ready tn bury (ho tom
ilinwk, woore, Respectfully Von rs,
J Aeons A J KNNIXUS.
ALI, posons having claims
gainst the OStflto Of William Me
?OM .m, Sr., deceased, w ill present
nd prove tba .santo nt my office
u 3d dny of January, tass, at io
?e-Uu-k. A. ur they will bo for
J, T. JOItN?ON,
Special M ister,
fJMH U ?III Ul HIMIH' nm-M?W-W-W???
A nm iig Dur F. vol ia II gos.
NCWN Nott s froi?> Neighboring Newspaperr.
Mi?, NV. A. Williams or Ureon
Vlllo Ls ?li correspondence willi rc
llublo part to? hi Now York who
propose to establish II large tolloii
cnmprvssju tliut city.'
,V purchasing; agent, willi hoad
((linrtcrsin titoneighborhoodof .Ml.
Carmel, has paid mil over #100,0011
fur colton this season.
Tho people of DUO Wost have II I
dertaken tho project of building a
$00,000 yarn fnctory Brof.J.B. Ken
nedy is .*.t tho hoad of thc move?
Tho surveyors on tho Uruonvlllo,
Columbia and Newberry railroad
uro now ubmtt Un ploy's shoals, mid
Wtty between Greenwood and Ab
beville, making what is supposed
to bo tv permanent locution of the
proposed rond Ir on Monroe lo At
Alon/.o Howman, near Lowncs
ville,is a ?rent fox bunter. Mo hus
a pet sheep that strays with In
bounds. The other day the sheep
ran through ;i rnco withal he ?logs.
When the fox Wits caught thc
sheep slopped up, smelled tho fox
and butted it. Tho sheep beats
There ts it considerable emigra
tion go!Hg on just ut present from
Oconce anti Anderson counties, lu
this Slate, to tho far West. fre
quent con versal ?mis with these
emigrants develop mi special rea
sons for their forsaking their nal i vc
land further than ii general desire
ttl make an eflori to better their
fortunes i:i a now Statt*.
Tho wife of Hat?away 1'.van-, ol
Marnai county, bas given hirth tn
! live children wit hit) twelve months,
I Lust January she became the moth*
I or of for.r, all of w hom died within
forty-eight hours. Du Monday
Inst she gave birth to tinothei
child, which ?s doing we'd and will
live. This record however, bal
been eclipsed hy a colored woman
Tenn Oliver, a colored (tiri ll
years old, was accidentally killed
by her younger Wrothor, William
in Hall Town-hip, near Anderson
last Friday. William was stand
lng in the yard, with thc gun ly i nf,
across bis arin, talking to SOUK
children, when by some unknowi:
means thc gun was discharged, the
whole load lodging' in the breast ol
his sister, w ho was standing in lin
door of thu house :i few feet away
Mr. T. lt. Burgess, nf William
stmi. has slaughtered II pig, only
eight ami a half months obi. Hun
weighed iioi pounds. This is, wi
believe, tho largest pig for its ag?
we have ever heard of. Mr. Bur
goss think- if he had kept it nut I
ii was twenty mouths old it wouh
have weighed nearly "?00 pounds
Tilg pig was of mixed breed, th?
Berkshire, Poland china mid ?1er?
sy Ced being about equally re pro
-outed m it.- Anderson Intelligcii
A singular freak of naturels rc
ported to have occurred recently ii
Georgetown,! tl the facts ls vouch
cd hy trustworthy authority,
lady in thal town gave hin h to
baby which died i mined ia t ely II fte
it- birth. She rei livered from bc
sickness, Within six week? froi
the time ol' Un- death oftllis hali
another I nby w as born lo her. A
the birth oi" 'the second child th
lady died. Tills is the most ri
mnrkahlc case of thc kind un rt
lt must he tb?' w p| season over i
('corghi, ns all ol' the n i ent prohibido
elections have gone wit ll Atlanta.
Fiscal Year 1887 an<
In pur.naneo of an Aol of th
<ietier.il Assembly, upprove'l !>.?<
2 Uh, ISSI, (he assessment of persia
al property for Ta rat ?on will con
mener on January l-t, IXSH, nu
continue until tito 20th tiny of I V!
rn a ry.
All pcr.-onal property must b
returned for taxation,and nil chm
gos in Kenlty since January JXV
must bo noted in return;-.
During Ibo above time, my ollie
Itt Laurens C. II. will be upi n fi
do reception of return-!, and fi
Ibo convenience of the Taxpayer
1 will also ni tomi ul following pb
ces al thc lilli?- specified to wit.
Voung'sTownshlp, Youngs stor
Young's Township, "W. M. Ca
son's, .latin:.rv ftrd.
Ph !'.< Township, W. B. Htot
dard'.;. Jab ii a ry -1th.
Dial's Township, D.D. Harri':
Dial's Township, < loodgions, Jin
na ry lit li.
Sullivan' Town-hip, Tlllilblil
Sullivan's Township, Broworto
January I"i h.
Waterloo Township, B, 1.. Ho
id "-nu's Store, January Nih,
"'.?tcrlo? Township. Ocorf
" , , "?rv it
Moore s, J nu w*. . \tf . i
Watorfoo Townanip, NV;,t, ll?>
doss Hill Township, Cross Hil
Cross Hill Township, Bprln
inm1. January ivtii.
Hunter's Township, Milton, Jiu
inry JStb. ,
! un tor's Town ship, Goldvlllo .lui
ia ry 10th.
.Jacks Ton--ii ?th ip, Itcynnsa, *an
t y L' lrd.
.lacks Tow osbip, Uosoboroug
n II un ry L' llb.
Mefllctowii Township, Tylcrsvilli
a n uti ry 2?'?tl>,
v\ 11 nialo pihzetiM IMIWCCU t ti
W of 21 ami oO years ?\yv tnxnhl
Oils, except those, who aro lin apt
I? ol' earning support by bein
minted, from any oilier cn uso.
After thc? Nih clay o/ Fjobrtiuri
188, HO percent, penalty wjjl til
ic h on nil property liol listed fo
U, Mi IvANOSTOJfi,
( otni/f v A uditoi
Not a Nine E
lint a continual puzzle to our Icchlo competitors, is otu- u u
nu uso ami supt rl> stuck, ami th? continued increase inou?'B?ks,
li rank wood ol high prices ami clearing thu lam! for -lowing t
This Week We Scatter E
IO yards Ch eek eil Homespun for 22 vurds Hlcacht
I yards al I ?w oed Jeans for H5 els. Calicos, 21 couts.
Ladies' Jors ?ys only W eta.
The Greasy Greenbacks Lubric
asil?os the glittering gold gladden the miser's heart. To us either ol' t
you can pul them ' where they will do you thc must good."
Ladies' Hemmed Handkerchiefs 2? yards Shirting
2? couts. i,'eats' full ribbed
I I yard-; Frull of thu Loom regular made, at I
munching for -j?1.00, 20 coats.
20 piece-: Kugle iv P'wohlw all- Ladies' 10-gntlgO
wool, Ho/., .leans :,T> cunts, worth fancy and Oxford gi
00cents. good value at 30 ce
No year in the history of our business ]\-.\< equaled the present itt roll
certainly means something, and the most obtuse observer can clearly st
largest, best -eleeied and in.xt complete Stock la L utrea*, and um- ligu
merit. Watch tho numbers on the wheel and see if you d KI'I "strik . it
Mens' llrogans, 0, 7 and K, <;?> Mens' lhmt<, *I.3<1
cents. _ Callilrens1 Hoots,!
Mens' ll rogans, S? cents. Womens' Polkas,
Moos'Congress Callers, 00 cents. Ladies' ItuPon au
We tell yon this; don't he hoodwinked hy the old-time phrase of
know Mr. So and s<>," but look w here yum- lutero a Iles, omi where yon
publish, and in vest iga tu the correctness of our quotations, and we feel
emphatically and satisfactorily pronounce us the Moving hewer, the lt
L A I K E N
THU FURNITURE PALACE
Of Augusta, Ga.
Tho Largest, Finest, and Most Reliable
House in tlo.? South !
We ?re now receiving our Kuli stock of Furniture. Thc Ouest and cheapest we
cv IT hail, and ilii* i- sm in-.: vrry lunch, l'or VA e hu> <. |"or yean H been
both lu Styles ami Urtees always selling on close margins. We hiive
?ill thc woods made hilo furniture, consisting ?u' Mahogany, Cherry, Aiithpu*
i ink, Imitation M iihogiiuy, A ul ??pie Ash, Solid Ash, Olive mid Wal nul.
Wubin! Suits, ?.:.'.'?'. Murillo top, $ M (Kl Parlor suit;. Plush Wainui
Friones, $.Vi lo f?o ea, Flue Silk Far r suit??, $.*?*. Qi) io |:Um IM,
Wv ? tirry from .Vite 7"ip url ir nits mid from IOU i" I .Vi ebninber snits in stout
lt H ill pny you to come mal soc ns <>r u rile for catalogue un I prjee lis sent free
rn applied hm
(.'onie nud price, wo will be glad lo show yon through
PLUM INO. & BOWLES,1
843 33 road St., Augusta. O EL.
Gifts, Beautiful Gifts!
New Novelties! Popular Selections!!
SATISFACTORY PRICES ! \ \
Chrlsttnus huvcrs delighted w i 111 otirgrcnl display of bttrgttlus in curious, use
ful and niiiuiuciiliil urtides, sumcihing lo gratify every tunic. Kttncy i.'oods
and Novelties, Toi Iel Vrllclcs, Notions, etc. IC you wish tn make lew or ninny,
c lieu M ur cost I \ presen ls, this is your licsi elia ncc. Our SO ck I ucind ws every I bing
from rich gifts to Inexpensive remembrances. Ib ice-, iln(forinly low on all Hoods,
AU visitors ure vcrv wc cuni?? ?vhellier limy buy or not. lt will do you nomi to
Mcdills brillhinl dlsolny, eonsisiinu ol' \lbinn-. hooks, VVrtlhig i'< Us. Plush
I tonds of every kind, elegant Pict tires mid Krnuies, Vases, ?Vc, Also nu elegant
selection ol' ('io 1st inns Curds, I'ur Hie children we have Hulls. Toy- und Hooks
ol' everv description, l?ook at our windows and then come inside and KIM* our
goods. ' 1'nlito ut teni loll lind il cordial welcome to al!, (mr 11 -11 M I prises will lie
ii wu riled willi every $2.uo worth of goods bought during December *\ ill be ai veu
ti ticket to thc Orst priste nu elcgiinl Silk flush ami sil\ii Combination Toltol
Vi i uml .lewd Casket. Value,fl."..nu. livery piirelmscr of goods lo Hie itniolrm of
fl.uo will receive u llckcl for KCCOIHI priai a large Pre?en boll, clemant Iv eos
tunic.1. Value, S7..V). Itciauiubcr the pine??, .
\v i L K i : s *,
PNDKU I5F.N-HF.1.LA HOTEL.
-pouters in ftough,and Itccily Prepared Lumber,
DOOKS, SASH AND BLINDS,
Mouldings ol' Every Kind
Doors, Mantels, Newels, Sarc ed and Turned
PINK AM) CYPRUS SHINGLES.
Wo can ha vu (lone nt whorl indice ami ill good slyle any kimi
of fancy work. If yu moan Imsincss eil! to ?ce ns.
GRAY & ANDERSON
Laurens 0. H. S. C
.-WA, kIKt>f OK STA Pia: flOOlW? seen AM- - -
, "ON, BUOAft, CANDY,
nun, PICKLES, CUACKKiW,
ll' o/iAffSICS. PEPPER, CANN KH GOOPS
^ "OFFK?, SPICK, OF Aid, KINDS.
ar Loa i ox car-Load of Bagging and Ties.
t^i'^^mrSYA^ AND ^3XJGr?>IH?S.
WJ?^M^-'-^ K T 'torro M ri o t ii FS.
3?Q7 j?.' J^rtt?Lerson,
tba ted success." 'Largo crowds ol
sliow the public appreciation of
he 8CC<1 of real values.
broadcast the Following:
vi Shirting for
( lood < i<
12 yards a
ates the Wheels of Com
bese "circulating mediums" will sutil
half hus,., full,
ti cents, worth
bose in solids,
reyx at '_'?"> cents,
10 yards I
< 'hoviots, Tr
at '?'i cent*, >
nine of trad J and amount of sales, a:
>c it is tin1 people'* patronage. And
rei arc ul ways relied on as tho ii
', 7?e, ri.'?),
?? cent*. Soo our I.a:
(lt) cents. at $2.25.
. I Lace Shoes,
rent Bargains," or ho handicapped in
i can yid (he mosl for your money,
satisfied your verdict will.?oin Un- |
cgtilur Haulers mel (nviiieible I. 'nd?.
A Houehold Wc
From the \
I PIONEER OF
Our mammoth Rstublishinent i
(?nods fi om the liest M ami hud it
I*'orolgn < bunts.
, Tho masses which crowd our sic
gains, ami go Away delighted, i- tn
Wo have to-day tho must coin phd
iu l.uilie-' I in? (?nods und (lents' ('
We will display t'> (he purcluish
\\ <>rt hy <d i heir attention.
Wo have doubled our sale-* this .
..uni purpose doing tho sain.* for Un
Wc ure in tho l>ry Goods ?ind ('lol
rallier lu? nt tin- liead ol our estnblis
?ll Ibo State.
."..nun yunis Dress Hood*, in dillon
ll pieces ('rope ofleels in Dross (Jo
ii7 pieces half wool Dress (louds tit
2\ pieces IHMneh KliuwcH, ul 2"?o.
40 pieces lo-incli Tricots, v. I r
10 pieces fi Linell Kia ti nels, on
.'10 pieces & 1-inch Tricots, all I
21 pieces IllncU Silk, from un i ni pei
? 1.2"?, fl. 10, ?M.lill.
Now, if you intend buying II lilac
lino. I f you li vc nul of tho eily -en
0 pieces Black Moire Silk, n't fl.I:
GI pieces Ulindi anti ('?dore/, Yelv
To tflirt tock wc will give special
pluto. Wo will display Monday 10
Lublll'rt all Wool, |s ?nelie- w ide, v
lu (Ins Department mir stock ls v
Hose, regular lande LJ'.e. worth ...
A -peenii ?nie Momlny -'?c. .No, ii
See our lino ut 10c, nod vi.
71 do/on Ludios' Hose, -olid <
ut .-'.'.c., .>."><.. f|*iey would be chenn al
Wo proposo.doing business nnu w i
Jj. L. M i nt un
^ey J jil ?J v .i.V..
Female # College.
Willi a full corps nf ussistaats (he
Lattrousvillu Koniak1 College will
reorganize ami begin full Resalen
sept. 10th. llooins comfortable.
Standard high. Special attention to
ali KernillalUTonipllshmcnt*, New
and splendid Pianos. N on'Scola
ri lt n. Oovcrnmeut parental, Young
I ludion under tho immodinto euro of
y., ('i>.U\\\ nod Mrs. N. (' Jor
dan. I'upih reeoivod at any tinto
and charged undi eiui of (ilinrter,
Hoard flaper month in advance.
Tuition $20,fHO, and with classical
course *HI por Collegiate year, pay
able monthly. We solidi ami li ope
io merit public patronage. Ker
any Information address,
W. M. MoCAHLAN,
LA Tit KN S.S. 0., July 30, IMH7, ly.
Notice to Guano Debtors,
AH persons Indebted for dunno* pur?
chased from .!. P. fOienhan A c<>. ngonlM
for (?. (?her c\ Son's Co, will Stixe c<*?U
by niaklnr payintnt to ns at orUM?,
JOIIJTRO* ?v nictrK.v,
Attorney f"r <?. (Mi ? A I na' ? t ?.
I>L- . rt, Itv.,;.
E limers daily attest our hn
our efforts in mowing down
?os, 27 yards for 00 ots.
Il-wool Dross doods for
co, and wo will show you how
Cotton Pinnnol for 98
doods, dish mores,
loots itiitl Di? Stripes
vorth 00 eent.s.
ul they tiri? rapidly rising. Thin #
why? I hum ii so we earry th?
idox <?l* cheapness und genuine
>0 and $2.00.
Hos' li.md-made Shoes
your (miling, "Just bocnli.se you
Kxutnini? closely every item wo
inputer out?, which unreservedly,
irs of the Dry f loods Market.
?id in thc Land
-lilied willi ike ii os Plegnnt
reis in tho World-American and
nv daily, eagerly purchasing bar
dy grui i fylns,'.
e establishment in Soutli Carolina,
'lot liing ?iud Furnishing doods,
ig publie $100,000 Stock, which is
tens?n for tho mouth of September,
: mont li of < Icto'rcr.
Hiing Business to slay. Wo wnuht
hment than of any other business
.nt style-, 111 oe.
ods al Hie., hall Wool.
! inches w ide, nt 10c. w orth 18c. and
0 week only, at ">i)c. per yard,
lie new shades, 80c.
(cr's forcod sal,., IDc, 77c, 02c, fl,
k Silk this season, examine this
! for samples,
attention and our lines ure rom
jilecos I Hack ( ?ashiueies.
rori li tl.00, at 00c, 00c, 09c
? ry attractive, :i?io doy.cn Misses
to Xo, 8.J, Worth moro money.
.olors, white feet, regular made
! .'! pails fm- tl.un.
Il make Hie price to do it.
?ia,, ?3- C_J.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN*,
I, A ? R K NS Cot' X 'i Yf
IN PIlon.VTK COt'ItT.
Whureus, i.. W. shell, CC cc, IUIH
nepi hui tome tor letters of Administra*
lion on the estntu ol Lf filia Taylor j de?
Th OHO ure theretoio to eile uml minimi
Ish nit ami singular the kindred met
creditors of sahl d?coasod, to be ?mi ;i|>
l>. nr before me nt it (.'OUH ?il Probato^U??
be hohlen nt my o01 co nt Laurens I', ri'.,,
on the llth oiiv of Jan., Ixss, at ld
o'clock, A. M.,' to HIIOW c oise, If soy
they can, why biters should not bo?
Given under mv hand nod neal this,
Ulf SHH dav of .Nov., |KM7.
A. W, IU uN.stin:,
w.c. it KM KT,
K. c V'OOWAN
li KN KT ? M OOOWAKI
ATTORNBYH AT LAU',
LAUftKKH O- Ifu - - - 8. O.
T Ii li X K W
I AllHPli SHOP,
1 beg ko tu form th? public that t an\
fi ?pu?ft'd v ?erve tlioio ns Tntidouliil Ar
tl ; in in new .j.tm tci s, limb r the Hob