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Mr. Calhoun of Ninety-Six, is visiting
at Mr F. P. McGowan'*!.
Mr* Mills, of North Carolina, ls visit
ing he: nioth?r, Mrs Purgeas.
Mis? noaa Pouche, is toaohlng sohool
.t Rooky Springs In thia county.
Mr. B. A. Sullivan will movo with his
family to this placo In a few days
Uy reason of abut om < ntu of poll lax,
tho . o.bllo Schoo, ('und? will probably fall
Mr. John Greer ai . fninlly huve mov
.d into Dr McCoy's .i.aidenco on Main
Wtrcot, and will kee ?a >x>arding house.
From present Indlcallons we oro loll
to bol lo ve thut a colton /uetory ut Wares
Shoals will makn the Orst Laurens
Marriod on Wodnesday evening 11th
inst, Mr P, A. Simpson and Miss Loula
J. Frlerson, Hov lt. O, Fr 1er SOU, luther
of th? bride, olllciating.
Mr O W Parketon hus just coinploted
. model of his colabrnted "(hate Uurs,"
which ho will forward to tho Patent Ollloo
at Washington, in nfow days.
Inquirios about pensions uro pouring
Into tho Comptroller (Jotiorul's office dai
ly, und in a short while the necessary
blanks will bo distributed throughout
Mr J. Bollon Sullivan, formerly of this
county, but wdio lias for the past few
months been lu Greenville, has gonn to
Jackson Tenn, to on?ago in business
with his brother.
Tork county itt uhead on announce
monts. One for Probate Judge und three
for Shoritf, ?ll concluding "subject to
the action of thc peoplo In tho primary
Wo Cfdl nttention to tho fact that th?
timo is short for photographs. Mr W. J.
Stlnsuu the popular artist has hau u con
tinual rush of work, but will remain ut
this place only a low days longer.
MrJ.Wado Anderson, has purchased
. splondid unlmprovod lot of two Mires,
a part nf the Simpson lund on the Brook?
lyn siilo of town, ono milo (rom the
Court HoiiHO. lie will build a residence
on his property at onco.
Tho Star of Rothlohain hus at last pul
In appearance. It ls visible iii thu South
east after-1 o'clock A. M, It is one
eighth tho si/o of the moon, wdth a halo
.round it. This is the first appearance
of this wondorlul star, for 315 years, and
you wdll not be allowed tho pleasure ot
toeing it nguiu for the same length of
Groonvllle News: T. T. Ellison, of tho
firm or Gray A Ellison, merchants in
West Oroonvllle, wus married nt Gray
tou, Ala., on Tuesday to Miss Nunton
Gray, ol that place. The groom is known
as ono of tho most untorprising mer
chant in tho Wost End. The parents of
th? brido woro originally from Laurens
Mr. B. B. Jamos, ls now associated
with his brother J. H. Jumos un n part
'B?r, and tho new Arm will continue In
th? line of taney and family groceries at
rthe old stand.
Mr W. c. P. Robortson, in tho Fowle*
.'Block, has a weil selected ?Ino of staple
?nd fancy groeorlos. See "Ad."
Simmons lir?n., also in tho samo
'?Block, have a well Allod grocory ?toro.
Thosoare young mon who keep fully
?brest of tho Minos and will deal out
heavy groceries on the shortest profit
possible for the cash.
Mr Pounds, of Bradloy S. C. has ron
ted a store room in Traynham A Dial's
Ked Block, and will during tho coming
weok open a Fancy Grooory and Confec
A. M. K hy nc A Co., is tho nnum of
now timi who havo movod during tho
past wook from Oastonia to thin pince,
?nd havo opened out a full line of Liquors,
Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, otc, lu tho Ilon
dolla Bar. This Arm ls determinad to
win a full share of patronage and make
a specialty of fino goods. Seo further
notice next week
In Robertson's block, North side of
public square wc find tho livo you nu.
tlrm of Cooley A Richardson, od Ul posed
of J. A. Cooley and J. Oswell Riobard
?on, who oilier the arena with a full linn
?d'confect i marica nu<i fancy groeorier,
and a fixed determination to command
a full share of trade. ttltcee?B to ail < f
Marrah for Brooklyn.
Wo loam that tho city council havo let
out th? contract for a now toot-bridge
over Little River at the Brooklyn Cr? a .
lng. -Thnuew bridgo will be joined to
the present structure, and can bo erected
.t a nominal cost. This is a matter that
should have boon attended to lang ago,
but now we rejoice that tb? good work
will be done,
Ml)e H h ?ii fs New.
On Tuesday morn lug as we go to prosH
the fallowing dispatch was received:
BPAHTAKBURO, Jan, n.
To J. Oi GAIU.IMOTO}*-.
Announce Mlle Rboa nt Opera House
1n "Fairy Finger?," Wednesday, '.15th
J. B. LILES.
K ?em leon ratos aro offered, and n pi r
\y will bo made up at thia placo to go
.over to a?o this celebrated actress.
Housed At La M.
Thar? la evidently no misconception
<>f duty on thu part of our city council.
On? of th? flrat aeta of tho present ad
ministration was lo ?eciiro a liouso for
tb? Flre-Englno. Thia valuable maohluo
Which wa? purchased ?om? time ago, at
. coat of nearly |-},000 has been allowed
to ?land In un abandoned horse-stable,
.nd but for the fact that until now the
weather ba? been very mild, the prob??
' blbty la th? engine would have Inn? ago
been Unfit for US?. Standing In nil opon
house, which waa aa opon on top ns at
the sides, much damage has already been
done, but happily tho water did not
frevso and burst tho pipes. The new
.ngina house answers th? purpose for
the present, and by having it properly
Jtwstad lb? engine will be ?af?.
Ao Auspicious Day for Laurens.
An Opening Weds? to the Development
of Our Resources-Allvo to the Need of
Factories -An Iron Foundry Second te
IHs with moro than an ordinary de
grco of Interest that TJ.IK AUVKIITIS?B,
makes tho announcement ti\at arrange
ments have been perfected for one of tint
most gigantic Foundries and Maohtno
Shops at this place at an early day. lt.
II. Uudgons, J. J. Floss and tico. H. An
derson aro at tho back of tho OUtorprlso,
and tho:;.i well-known and highly re
sponsible tuon have soourod U.C. Myers,
ono of tho lines! Iron moulders In the
South, to direct his doparlmont. Mate
rial for ibo hutldltig, which will be
Oreo tod near IludgOUS' Wood-working
Establishment, hus already been ordor
nd, and as fast as workmen can put ma?
terlul together tho bouso will go up. Tho
Prut floor of tho building will bo used as
the Foundry, whoro tho most approved
appliances will bo used, and tho second
and third is given to tho Machine Shops.
Thia establishment will bo prepared to
do all kinds of work that any aueh fac
tories turn out. Mr. Myers, who has
been In tho foundry business hero for
sometime, has already established an
oxcellonLtrade, drawing patronago from
all the surrounding Comities, but now
that Illa moans aro v. ithout limit, ho will
hnvo charge of the most extensivo shops
In tho State.
Boyd-Anderson Marriage, Tho social Event
of tho Henson -Maj. Cuntngham has a
Tilt with a Fiery Stood Suggosttono to
Your correspondent some days
hgo received un Invitation to nt
tend tho murringo of Mr. lloyd und
Miss Andrr:-o.>, which occurred nt
the Church nt this pince lust week,
lu order to he (?ti time, the writer,
with ti friend, started ut (J o'clock,
but even ut this early hour we
found n largo gathering of the
friends ami relatives ol tho purtles.
Tho ladies of the town brui deco
rated the Church in tho most ex
quisite style with evergreens and
Howers,und ut GA o'clock tho stir
was made, und the whisper passed,
"They Cornel" all ?yes turned to
wards the door to seo one of tho
most popular pair that ever stood
before tho tillar nt Waterloo.
The bridal party cunio in us fol
lows: First, J. Q.l'yles with Miss
Agnes Rice; then J. C. Lewis und
Miss Lizzie Davenport: M. 13.
Kelly und Miss [da Touche; I). A.
Davis anti Miss Jenlvivo Fuller;
B. B. James and Miss Currie lloyd;
J. IT. O'Neill und Miss Lulu Ander
son; J. L. ftastcrling-nnd Miss Mug
gio Murchison; li. S. Nichols und
Miss Annie Anderson. After these
came tho brido und groom, who
marched to tho centre of tho tl I tar,
and over them hung a lovely
wreath encircling the initials ,,A.
und "B." The father of the groom,
Kev. O. M. lloyd, carno forward,
and in a beautiful ceremony pro
nounced tho twain one, and, af
ter innumerable congratulatory
words and worhls of good wishes
from friends und relatives, tho bri
dal party proceeded to tho resi
dence of Maj. T. B. Anderson, fa
ther of the bride, where a magnifi
cent feast was spread. Thus ended
ono of tho most brilliant weddings
of tho season.
Maj. lt. N. CunlnghiUU,on return
ing homo from this place lust
Wednesday in bbs buggy, had bis
horse to become frightened ut some
thing in the road. Tho animal
gave a sturt, and before tho Major
could check tho horse she had tho
sturt of bim, und threw him from
tho buggy, bruising him considera
bly, and breaking up tho buggy.
From all wo can learn the Major's
hurls uro not serious, und ho will
bo aldo In a few days to bo out
Col, Edward Simpson, of Lau
rens, ls visiting friends and rela
tives at Cross Hill.
Mr. Herbert Anderson will bo
pleased to see all of his friends at
tho store of Maj. T. B. Anderson,
whero ho will bo employed tho
present year us clerk.
Mrs. Ooodmun, of Hodges, who
has been visiting relatives here for
Homo time, luis returned homo.
The Town Council would do well
to look niter tho streets within the
corporate limits of this town, ns
they ure almost impassable in some
places, and let one know when he
conics to town that ho is in the city,
und not palling through the coun
try roads. Ho como to tho front,
"eily fathers." (live us decent
roads and streets, as the taxes paid
in are ample to keop them in good
LAN FORD LOCALS.
A New Corrospondont cl voa tho Nows In ft
Christmas is over, and the little
children have had their annual vis
it from ISt. Nickolas who left them
tbvir usual supply of Fire-crackers
Candy und Toy?, and the big chil
dren havo had their frolics and fun,
und we of this little town are set
tling dow n to business, and the
stern realities of life again.
When we wer?' children lt seem
ed us if it was an ugo from ono
Christmas to the next, but every
year ceeins to get shorter, und time
passes so rapidly, that lt now ap
pears ?is if weare not out of hearing
of the dying groans Of the O ld Year,
until we bear the sounds of rejoic
ing over tho birth of thc New. We
cannot tell why such ls the case,
but surely ns we pass down tho
streams of time lt cannot itppenr
much faster than it goes now, il* BO,
then we cnn look forward only n
little while nod all this tumult und
toil tribulation and tears, with tho
few pleasures of life, will be hushed
In the dust of tho grave, and hld in
the ocean of eternity.
B?t to *he point, we thought that
perhaps a few dots from Lanfonl
would not bo uninteresting te your
There ls being built hero tobe
finished this week, u good House
for tho Lunford High School, which
is to cm 11 menee next Monday 15th,
under the supervision of Capt J I)
.Williamson of Duncan S 0, as prin
cipal, wha is an experienced and
successful teacher, and withal a fine
scholar, and thorough disciplinari
an, We have no doubt of tho suc
coss or future usefulness of the
Prof, A, M. Golden, commences a
session of voeu I music hare Oil Tues
day tho 10th, He has a largo class,
and is one of tho best musiclaner
in tho country, a.s well as a polished,
Tho ladies of tho town and vicin
ity uro going to give n concert, and
hot supper on Mito evoning of (he
20th inst, for tho benefit of tho High
Behool, it isa ooble purpose, and
wo hope (oseo roany of our friends
here, and wo caw promise? them
some good music ns well us some
thing to comfort the inner man in
thc way of ''hog rind hominy, Then
lt will b\' helping :t noble cause thal
will tell on tho morals and intellee-|
toni lifo of this community in all
Ibo yours to come? and perchance,
will awaken chords, that vibrato in
Mr Milam of thor firm of Sullivan
?fe Milam, has movod here, and open,
ed an Immense ?tock of general
merchandise, He will do a very j
large business, as ids establishment
fills a long felt want, and then he
preside over the business with ur
banity, and shows himself u thor
ough business man.
Mr. J. A. Prior, bas sold out
house and stock to Ti. W. Lan ford,
and has gone West, and now said
l? W Lan ford with Iiis retuned Jo
euncd, robust and ru bien nod face,
presides over tlutt establish mont.
Reply to "Eileen Alanna."
Tn THU ADVERTISER of Jan. 1 Ith
"Eileen Alanna*' tries to deny that
her first article was Intended for
the writer, but it ls all a farce and
is too thin to bear its own weight.
Hbo set out with the express pur
pose of pulling down my profes
sion with the idea of raising ber ?
own standard by letting off a little
gas. But being cf un elastic eon-';
science, her wrath and vitupera-j (
lions continues to run olf like the I |
juice from n, cano mill. "Eileen j
Alanna," pienso give yourself no j,
uneasiness, as I am known and es- ?
tablished, while you ure almost un
known, and almost altogether ob
scure in the County that you claim
gave you birth. You also try to
make or lead the public to believe |
that rou are able and have com- ,
posed simple music, but your mod-, ,
esty hud not permitted you to pre-1
sent them for publication, although ! "
you never indulge in self-praise.
Tho mu-de you composed surely
must have been quito simple, as ?t *
came from euell a weak, simple
person. And us for your modesty,
it seems next to an Impossibility
for a modest or relined lady to t
make au al tack on a person with- ,
out a provocation, and one who ,
never spoke a harmful word of you.
i will leave it for th* public to Judge
if a very modest or refined lady ?
would condescend to write such an
article, you being the attacking '
party. Furthermore, any one who '
will road your article of the 11th
will discover that you are con- <
stanlly contradicting yourself. I
will agree that my head is small,
but it is large enough to prevent
mo from meddling with any one's
affairs except my own, while yeti 1
are trying to meddle with mino,
and I'm afraid neglecting your
own. 1 am not surprised that you
are ignorant of my work in music, .
for I have not tim? to leave my
place of business to inform you.
As self-praise Is a prominent ,
th?me in your article, I will eulo? ,
gize myself by saying that I have
men in several different States
teaching music in the different
brunches with success, who pro
cured license from myself.
You accuse mo of putting otr the
Wizard Oil verse as original, which
is false. I only sent lt us my seuti
ments, as I thought you neted in
your performance on the piano ns
I Imagine "Mary Ann" dbl. I ac
knowledge my verso was borrowed.
You affirm that you did not obtain
a single musical idea in the old
fashioned singing school of mino (
taught in tho little village, and you ?
huvo not much of an idea yet, so .
you ure holding your own very
"Eileen Alanna,'* ns there is no
science involved, 1 will bid you 1
adieu. As you are tho opposite j
sex I will not answer your article
as roughly as lt merits. I have
been solicited by friends of both
sex to treat you with silent con-'
tempt. Henceforward your com
munications will be passed unno
It is interesting to indice how the
law of compensation runs through
everything. The civil enactment
that compel?a me to compensate
one who bus preformed for me a
piece of work la ju?d a special in
st aneo of tho application of a law
that runs through all nature and ls
as general as tin? law of gravitation
Itself. That I should pi'y my ser
vant or employ?e tor ?vork done
for me is not an arbitrary require
ment that tho civil law of the coun
try lias imposed upon me just sim
ply to show its authority or because
I am weak and cannot resist supe
rior force. Not at all; wages are
due by the law of compensation
and the law that requires this only
a special payment is application of
a vory general principle. The law
of compensation runs through tho
universe. Thee is no r?gion
throughout beaven, earth or lo ll,
where tho law does not bold With
absolute and indisputable authori
ty. ?So that tho question is not,
when does it lu ld good? But where
is the placo that It does not ? If I
am sick it is the law of compensa
tion that provides nie physicians,
medicines and nurses, and requites
ino with the Joy ami comfort of re
turning health. I am compensa
ted for my sulferlng by the pleas
ure ot feeling well ?gain. If the
sickness should prove fatal and re
move mo from the world chi isl lan- ,
i ty remunerates mo with the assu-i
rance of a higher and a better life.
If I loso my pocket-book T am com
pensated in a good degree with tho
comfortable feeling that I did not
IOHO n limb or my lifo. If I hurt
myself by a fall or a miss-stop I
have tho compensating r?duction
that it will soon bo well again. If a
lo>ig-winded talker gels hold of me
and by his Inveterate loquacity
threatens to talk me to death I com
pensato myself with the thought lt
must be ulong lane that never make
a turn. And we novor bud .mich n
protracted wet spoil that it was not
nt lust succeeded by a dry day. I
bra co mysolf up with the fact that
the end will certainly come by und
by. If it man deceives mo and talcos
advantage of my disposition to bo
generous nnd nccomodntlng I am
compensated hy th? fact that I
know that mun botter now und will
not trust bini nguiu. If a lo vor
pays hi? suit to tho object of hU
affections and she anya no, ho is
rewarded for bia disappointment by
tho comforting roll oct lon that there
uro ns good Anil in tho sen nu were
ever caught out. If u mun runs for
an office und ls defeated tho sweet
principio of compensation is ready
with its consolations that people
cant appreciate meriti can't recog
nize u good thing when they soe it,
und that, bettor success will attend
greater wisdom and riper experi
ence will help him to will next
time, If a congregation have their
patience taxed, und their charity
strained by longjdry prosy sermons
they eau take comfort in the fact
that the loog-wlndod preach er don't
get n chance nt them more than
onco or twice a week. And [fa
preacher preaches long and faith
fully to his people without seeing
any fruit of hi? labors ho is comfor
ted with the thought thut seed east
into Hie ground may spring up :if
ter many days. li'the funner has
his crop ruined by Hoods or parched
by drought ho ls sustained by tho
fact that others will mako :i crop, if
he does not, and that I ho Koverlgn
Killer doeth till things well. Tho
law of compensation ?Iso cuts both
ways. Ii ls righteous ns well n.-j
beneficent. If a niau commits n
?rimo retribution, which ls another
form of compensation, will certain
ly overtake him in some form or
?thor. Compensation is embedded
?ti the very nature of things.
The Union of Ibo !ki .Section of
ibo Reedy River Association will
meet with Bethabara Church Sat
.irday before tho Otb Suuday in
J. H. WHARTON",
Tho new yoar'of I PM i . hmo and linds
?io store of J. fl. Jamos loaded with
low and frosh fancy and heavy (?recu
Several big !..: ? of Hour nnd molasses
est received at J. H. .(.une.
It will pay pou before buying to exain
uo tho well assorted fancy grocery store
>f J H Jumes.
Fancy Rio coffee and Primo roasted
'ofTco cheap at J. H. James.
A tilg lot Of tobacco just nrrlred nt .'.
Don't forget that Log Cabin to.ip la
dill in lim lead ti pound? for 23c, at J. U.
?teed Osts at J. H. Janies.
Nineo lino of Sugar and Codee ai .'. IL
J. fi. Jarnos has a mighty pretty line
?f fancy and. heavy gfOCOrlOS try him.
heap for COsll.
The State of Sooth Carolina,
COUNTY OF LA UREN H.
COURT OF PROBATE,
J. M. Menders, as Executor of P. M.
Moadors, dodi, Potltlouor, against
William M eudora, Ooorge M. Moadors,
Martha IL Pitts, Margaret lloyd, Ono)
Summern, S. L. Dornock, Mary Jones,
Phonlo Moadors, Lulu Moadors, Nora
Moadors, Thomas Moador? and Pau
lino Meadors, Oofondanta.- Copy Sum
mons for Relief, Complaint not Served.
To the Defendants sbovo tinned
"iou aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer tho complaint in this
fiction, which was filed bi tho miloo ot
Judge of Probate for Laurens County,
und to servo a copy of your answer to
t!ie said petition on Ibo subscriber.1! nt
ibelr Ofllco at Laurons C. ILS. C., within
twenty days alter tho service hereof, ox
alusivo of ibo day of such Borvleoj^nnd
if yon fail to answer tho complaint with
in t ho limo aforesaid, the plaint KT In this
action will apply to Ino Court for the re
lief demanded in tho complaint.
Dated I?t ll Dee., 1*>7.
BUAL.] A. W. HI'UVHI ni:, .T. I?, I . C.
HASKELL A DIAL,
Petitioner's Attorm ys.
To tin- ab ion! Deft mian ts. Phonic Mond
ais, Lula Moadors, Nora Meadors,
l'homai Meadors and Pauline Melid
Yon w ill take notice that tho summons
ami petition heroin was hied in thoofilce
of A. W. burnside, Judge of Probato for
Lauri nu Comity, On the lOtb day of Deo.,
II \ S KELL A DIAL.
Petitioner's A tierneys.
On llOOrillg the potltloil herein, it is or
dered that M. [/.Copeland lie and he is
hereby appointed tho guardian nd HU m
to ro prose nt thc infant Defendants, t"
Wits Lula, Nora, Thomas and Pauline
Meadors, for tho purpose mentioned lu
said politl?n, unless said mlflOl J, Or Horm
one m their behalf, have some otb. r per
son appointed to roprosout thom within
twenty days after thu publication of this
notice'. Further ordered that tills notice
bo published one?, i- o.tcb week Cir six
succossivo wooks lu Tin; LAI'IIHNS AD
A. W. BURNSIDE, J. i?, i- c.
Jan. 17, 1888-0t
N 0 TI C E !
ALL persons holding claims
against the Estate of Eliza Cheek,
dee'd, will present and establish
diem liefere nie on tho Hth day of
February next, or bo forever Inu red.
A. W. ll URNS IDE,
Judge of Probate.
Jan. 17, 1RRS-:M _
Lonni on approved Farm Lande
negotiated. Heusonablc time und
easy terms. Apply to
C. D. BAUKSDALE,
Attorney at Law.
Laurens, S. 0., Jan. I?, 1S8S-6m
State of South Carolina.
COUNTY, OF LAUREN 8.
C O V HT OF C O M M O N.
Pursuant to Judgments for sale lu
th? following state cases I will sell
at public outcry at Laurons CH.,
onsalcsdayin February noxt, ho
ing Monday tho Otb day of the
month during the legal hour? for
sales, tho property described in
each caso upon tho torin* specified
In tho case of Mary C. Neill et al
vs George A. Miller ol ul.
All thal tract of hind situuto in
the county and slate aforesaid
known as tho Duncan placo and
containing Cnn Hundred and Sixty
acres, moro or less, bounded by
lauds of Nathan P. NV ll i tm Ire, Da
vid Brooke and others
TKRMS: One-third of the pur
chase money to be paid cash and
the balance on u eredit of twelve
months, with interest from the day
f#f sale, i .coured by tho bond of the
purchaser and a mortgage ot tho
premises. Tue purchaser to pay for
In thecaseof tho Geiser Manu
facturing Co, vs John A. Merlin et
One six-horse (peerless) Geiser
TERMS:.Cash. Tho purchaser to
pay for papors.
In the of l). A. Richardson vs Sa
rah A. Mounco'ct al.
The following described property
.?itijuto in tho county and state
aforesaid to wit.
TUA CT No 2, containing Ninety
a vron, more or less, and bounded by
lands of M. M. Teague, Dr F G Ful
ler, and Tracts Nos, 3 and 1,
TTAOT No, 8, containing Eight"
fivo ?teres, more or less, mid boun
ded by lands of Dr F G Fuller, and
Tracts Noa, 1 and 2,
Tract No, I, containing Eighty
four accs,jinuro or less, and boun
ded by lands of Dr O F Fuller und
others and Tracts Nos, J and 0,
Tu ACT Ne, ?, containing Fifty
nine acres, more or less, and boun
ded by lands of Dr F O Fuller, and
Tract No.J, 1 and (5,
TRACT NO, 0, containing Forty
seven acres, more or less, and boun
ded by lands of Dr\V G Fuller and
Mathew Crisp, and Traci No, .">,
TERMS: Ono-halftof tho purchase
money to be paid cash, and tho bal
ance on n credit of twelve4* mouthe,
with interest from tho day (rf sale,
secured by the bond of the purcha
ser and a mortgage of the premises,
The purchaser to pay for papers,
In tho case of Thomas McCoy w
William T Boyd, as administrator
etc, and in his own right,et ai.
All that tract ol'land, lying being
and situate in tho county and state
aforesaid in tho ?eelion .; known ns
tho "Fork" of Reedy and'Suluda
Rivers, containing Two I fit um ed
and Ninety-five ac ros, more ss,
and bounded by lands of \V T Smith,
estate of Aaron Hill, and .'others,
and Reedy River,
TERMS: One half Of tho purchase
money to be paid cash, ami the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months,
with Interest from the day of sale,
secured by the bond ol' tba purcha
erand mortgogo of tho promises,
but with leave to tho purchasor to
pay tho onttrejbld in cash, Tim pur
chaser to pay for papers,
C. D. UARKHDA.LI-:
Master L C
Jan, nth 1888.
Probate Judge's Sales,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
L A U u r. N s C O V M T Y ,
IN ruo?ATM eoVRT,
Pursuant to Judgment for sala lu the
following Htntttd eas??, t will soil, at pub
lio outcry, ni Laurens C. IL, on Snit?
Dav in bobruary next, th? proporiy do
a or I bcd in said i.'ttM, upon tho teruiti
specified, t<? wit:
In the eiiso of E. T. Rudd vs. 0 F
itudd el nh
All tim! certain tiacl or ploeo of land,
lying and bein? in tho State and County
aforesaid, containing Four Hundred
?md N Inoty-twn Acres, nene ir lesa, and
Hounded hy lauds of John G. Williams,
. MI i i LI tho estate of Klehard Qoodman,
denoaaed, Dr. J. H. Miller, Ooo. 1$. llau
nab mut othom.
Terms-Ono-haH cash; the halsnep on
a ermin of twolvo months, with Intorosl
from day of Hale, tte' credit portion l?>
bo Hoettred l>v bund of t no purchaser and
a tnorlgngo or tho promises, wit h lone
t<> Hie pnrehii.sor to pay his entire bid In
cash. Purchaser to p?v for papors.
A. W. BURNSIDE,
.1 nd go of Proiiate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
b A U lt B NM COI) N 1 Y.
HY virtue of Ibo authority conferrod
in and liy a certain mortgago given lo
RIO hy Bullly II, Daniel and .las. Dnillol,
ot the fount v and State aforesaid, on
tho 18tlt day of February, 1SH, and rc
corded one dav thereafter lu mortgage
l> . 'k tl, pago ?ftl-C?, l will HVII to thc high
est bidder, at Laurens f.\ IL, s. c., on
M onda v, thc?lh dav nf February, A. D.
1888, ali that truet of land, situate, lylny
and hoing hi th. said County and Mate.
In anibal by hinds ..r L, T. li. buniol,
bowls Martin, Augustus Hull anil oth
ers, and containing ono Untidied and
Fifty Acres, mure or lesn.
Terne? of side-Cash. Purchasor to
pay for pupeta.
J. R. SMITH,
- 1MB ALEA FS -
Clook^ J jr Av yy &c.
LAURENS, 8. C
The Cold Wave Signal
ls Floating to the Breeze, but it w II be a colder
day in August when
Io XTn.d3reol d. cn Staple smdl
IB'anoy Grccerias !
TO the Citizens of Laurens County I announce that my stocic of
goods, consist? ti? of Flour, M val, Cort*, Bacon, Molasses, Grits, Sugar,
Coffee, lllce, and everything usually kept ?n a first-class Grocery House,
bas just arrived fresh from the irreat dealers. Cigars and Tobacco a
specialty. All I ask id to give rae a trial. The goods are here uud must
Politest attention will bo given to customers, and every article guar
anteed tts represented, at
Jan. 17, 1888-Om.
WWW i- XL - rjiKUL"<!.t^a?aCT?WBTgr-'Jptf '?yr:-ss?s3x.'^ssr.
Having opened out a full stock of Staple und Fancy Groceries in tho
town of Laurens, we bog leave lo in vito tho buying publie io call for
our prices before purchasing. Wo koop everything in the woy of Plan
talion Supplies, and proposo tosoll (hem a* cheap as tho cheapest.
Farmers will take note that we havo lust received one car-load itfSD
RUST PROOF SEED OATS,-home raised-Which wo aro^siilliug al
lets than tho market price.
t?UREAS, S. C.
jnn 17 ly _
We earnestly request all our friends who are indebted tu ?.> by note
or account to come forward and settle, as wo ?re con?polled to make
collodions and put our business In simpo.
Occupy this Space Next Week in Giving a
Few Facts and Figures on
School BOOKS and Drugs.
LAURENS, S. R
I . JOHNSON. W.B. ?IOU?!
juilNUON * MCHUY,
ATTORNEYS AT UAW,
OrriOV-Fleming's Corner, ??orthwem
?id? of PublioTt?quttre.
LAUKUNM, 0. H., - - - ?. C.
ALL persons indebted to Wm.
Mills'estate and Mills & Robert
son are requested to come forward
and pay up by the 16th of January,
1888. If not by that time look out
.W. K. dVEeir tin
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
I.A Cltr.KH C. R .
IM hereby given that vr? will apply tm
\. w . Barnside. Jude? of lVobnt*,en
the 25th day of Januar , 1888, for H fluni
disebarge UH Executors of it?r. M.
Knight, Aoo'd. All pormnin huldlng
claims will present th SOI <>n said dny or
be forever barred. Ail indented wJU
J. M. noW'OMBK,
W. 8. KNIGHT,