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Tno jourpillla ?ow bloomed.
Rend "? Word Ppr Limrofis''ou nur
Groonvlll? Is-ptoaceuiiiiK Ramblers,
proparnt?ry for "Cala Wcok."
Tho salo of mulos? ut Ibis place lias
boon unprecedented i ibis soasen.
Tho Greenville NOWH will appear in its
reorganized and onlargod form on ibo 1st
W J Stitn.tor, Ibo Phntogruphor will
bo in Laurens ono week lon?or, all wan
tin}; Photographs cali atonco,
L. M. Pro&sloy, o?' tho Penitentiary
Guard loree, too!; Hu sis prlsont rs from
thia place, on Thursday la d.
Ror. K. (). Grierson, wdll deliver his
ascend Iseturn al tho Presbyterian
Church t An (Tuesday) evening af 7:30
o'clock. His subj oct lids bvoiiing ia
Thor? will ho a grand froo exhibition
of lasso throwing and horsemanship by
expert cow hoy s just before Ibo oom MIC ti
moncemont of Mccafferty Ibo's, auction
salo of horses at Laurens, Monday mor
Candidatos to succeed Maj. Duean as
Eellc'.tor, to dato arc: Laurens, N. J.
Hoi ates, R. C. Watts, F. P. McGowan;
Nowborry? O. i" Schumport; Spaitan
burg, il. i*. Farley; I nion, uavid John
Mr. Thoa. G ri Td u, son of M n.J. Ii. H.
Or i flin, of Clinton, came homo fruin ls ir- '
inlnghaiil sumo days ago sleU, willi bib
Ilona fever. Wo learn however that ho
is improving and it is hoped will soon be !
Commissioner butler is in eorrospon
dence with tho ngouiofouo of tho largest
Western railroads, asking roi* circulars
and pamphlets descriptivo of the noil,
climate, Ac, to 'supply Ihojnuiltltudu of
people who want to como South from '
Tho pooplo of this community know al
Rood thing when they nco it, and that no
counts for Ibo glowing auccoss of tho
featbor renovators hore. Wo arc edad lo
seo our pooplo patronizing this pr. ?,
for it ls undoubtedly economy.
Now candidates arc break lng out over
the county Uko measles, four n rc spo
ken of for Senate, four for ClOi k of Court,
four for Sheri ll* and other o luces In pro
potion, Il appears lobe a right good
time to subscribe for Tiru A Dvuivrisiin.
On Wednesday last Mr. A. S. I'a derby,
of this place, was summ mod to tb ? bod
nido of his father In Charleston. Tho
Neu-* and Courter, of Friday, nial:?s Cli
sad announeomonlof tho death of M r. \V.
H. Roslorby, which occurred the day be
On Sunday h st a negro woman in tho
employ of Mr. W. II.GIIkorson, loft sud
denly and nog I CC ted to leave behind
about v X), worth of goods, bolongitig to
Mr. Gllkorson. Tho home of the woman
is in G roo ii wood, and thc noces m ry steps
have been taken lo SOOuro ber.
Tho suit for damages against sic aban
for killing bishop, which being some .. hal
novel, has excited much interest, carno
up last wi ok, but waodlsmissod fbi" want
.of service of summons. Thc? noc?ss?ry
.pnpors have boen drawn up and tho oaso
?will probably bo tried on its merits next
Mr. T!. G. Williams, Secretary of tho
Y.M.C.A. of Virginia, will dellvorn
i'.-ci o i i to this organization bore, on
Thursday evening, at tho Methodist
Church. This distinguished lecture Is
making a tour of tho st ato lu thc Ju tor
es t of this Important work, and lt ls bop
ed that ho will h ave a ?argo audlonoo.
Hom* du3's ugo the congregation of our
.colored churches eoiicolvod tho ide i of
"?terming tho pastor." Thoy carrie ' to
bis boURO all tao good things they could
sparo, and mudo his spirits rise 00do
giees in tho sl'.ado. Tho next night
however, brought n cold wave, for ?o-.no
one broko In mid stole OVOrything the
old negro hud.
Rev. flartwoll lt. Moseley, oft'renn
vlllo, who is a sou of our townsman Col
.G. F. Mocolv has be<?n appointed by the
Forolgn Mission Hoard of the Southern
Jlaptist Convention a Missionary I"
Mexico. Ho will grad?alo from the Tho
-ologieal Seminary lu June, and during
tho Summer v. iii go to his new Held Ol
labor. Ho will bo located at Saltillo.
We call attention this week to tho nd
-vertluonient of M inter A JamlOflon. This
fcouuo always bas bargains, as tho people
of eight counties can testify, lt is not a
rar? occurrence, but a standing fact, and
boneo they ?lo liol rush goods at one price
to-day and another to-morrow, but' fell
invariably ns low us tho lowest, and tell
tho people uboul it ut all seasons of the
Prof. Wm. Boyce, of Vow York,ohnmp
pion Rollor-Skater of tho world is in town
and will glvo au exhibition at Watts
Ilalloii Next Friday evening. Ho luis
M standing challongo or ono hundred
dollars to tho man who eau beat him,
giving his opponent ftO yards advantage
lu a nillo boat. During Ibo OVenlllg, (he
band will furnish music, and at t hc coli
elusion of tho Professor? ?.roforinoticc,
tho h. ll will bo opon to skaters, ff! Ol
charge. Admission V? els.
-.'Yo*," said Mr. W. II. Garrott, to TB fl
jAnvEiuiNv.ii on Monday morning. "I
i?tn going to mako n chango in my busi
ness. For yours I hav< kopi up a (ino of
. g?nt?r?l4ry good? boro, and while I have
dono as well UH many other mercbar,I , I
am not suvaned, l must Increase I ho
volumo of my business, and strange to
?ay, in order to do this, I um going tOCOn
.4iiio myself strictly lo shoos and hats.
(General SiorfS have played ont. I will
"ilmy shoos and bats from the liest makers
In thia country and across tho waler, and
believe thal by cutting price* from lon to
-twonly per cont I can double my busl
jio?s. At any rato I will tiinko the exper
iment. You know Ibo 'alirrintc ul
Jbsata tho dom,
BROUGHT TO JUSTICE.
WORK OF THE counr or GEN
Tho Vaia! figuren navas? ?rlotl otu!
Seven C'OUV|oh d ScVQll Yours noil
S?ven Months ol' Lahor ??>r Tho
for several years Laurens hiss had at
Ional ono il rsl rato sonsatlon to nltrncl
persons lo tho Court-room during tho
progr?s:! of criminal trials. This time,
however, thore nppoars to have hoon a
til rill of er I tn i uah:, ami tho few arraigned
w.ro tried and convicted in n put ely
business way? muny not even having
nu atiornoy to look alter theil Interest:?.
Tho first ea-o oitllcd was that ol' Allan
London, a wi'd-lnoking man of thc pure
Afrioan type, who appoarotl lu tho semi
nin.o dross ol lils'MatlerlaniL"
Tho Courts ".Mian Louden, stnnil up;
are you ready for trial."
"No, sir." "Why not?" -'.My wit
nesses nial here, doy's lu Abvill."
'.What are their liamos?" "I dun forgot.
Say dar (to another nogro) you knows
dem boy?, don't you. Como 'round an'
toll do geminen who doy is. Deys Aunt
Ja no's two boys, dont you know ber
boy?? l's tired uf dis thing an' want lo
git she ; nf lt."
Keru tho Court asked Mr.Copoland lo
confer with tho prisoner'and ascertain
tim fai ls concerning iho wltnossos. It
was found Huit Albin wanted his wit
ne.s e? lo swear that on lim day that
Mr. Jan. ltalsor's sheep was stolon hv
was bunting In tho woods willi "Aunt
.bum's two boys." To save delny tho
Solicitor admitted tho testimony of tho
absent witnesses and (bc caso proeood
ed, rc.niling III ll Speedy eon viel ion and
sentence ol "ono voa:- ut bani labor in Ibo
Next in ?udor cu no n dusky dams?! !
who hus variously li rared In tboerlini- i
nat Couria before. An ex-eon viet <>.',
many names, :?!..: answered this timo lo I
Lim Koon, mid i i tho charge o.' privily j
Stealing t Ul dollars iVnm her escort nt. u
party. Hbo will give up two ycart of her I
Laura Davis, was charged with arson,
but fur want ofevidbnen this count was i
?ol pros ned ami hbo plead guilty of grand !
larceny lu stealing $?3 from ibo house ol'
Mr Rhett ( 'opeland. :'he was sentenced ;
lotwo years In tho penitentiary.
Claru MeCiintoek, for stealing colton '
. e d from Mrs. Young, took 30 days lu i
Harry Meek carno forward and found
a bill against him for stealing a wash
poi. Thou another bill arose for stooling |
another p >t, and slid a third for receiv
ing : i::1 :.'.!() which bon Koon had stolen
and ll any was completely overcome and
plead guiltv to all, for which ho was re
warded willi oinploynn nt for two yours
in tho penitentiary, and after tibs inn
?lays in jail.
F.lihll Foo!, the nugi* wboslolo wheat
from Capt. .1. 1?. Byrd, goos lo hard labor !
for one year.
Last name Julo Williams w ho gives
six mon tbs in t bc ?MU? i tutiiiry for an ug
ravutod assault and haltory.
AFTER THE PENSIONS.
A Ltst of Those W'io Gave Fllco Appli
cation? In this County Under
Tho Recent Act.
M. c. Ail-son, W. Y. Jacks, W. W.
L>\\e, Joshua Arn old, J. c. Drown, Wm.
T. Ch ipped, IL P. lilnkoloy, Wiley Fow
ler, J. A. Hudson, Wm. Spion, N. b.
Gwliin, i>. I. Armstrong, W, W. Nash, J.
A. Jone?, das. Harmon, F.. W. Grililn,
John Huckaby, Maslen Kimon-, lt. IL
Mos 'ley. W. M. bab!.. MuilCil OwillgS,
c. M. Franks, W. 'V. Maddox, Boauford
Goodman, J, Y. lloyd.
WIDOWS wno n wu Ari'i.iKD.
Wi V. Sherard, Matt'.o Richards, Mary
F. Chanoy, RoboccaC. burns. Henry T.
Net ly, Jane Chandler, [''rancis s. Cream
er, Mary I". Palman, Thus. Wilson, Star
ling I). Henderson, D. IL Liddle, John
Putmntt, Tompsdy p'ook, Si bia Cooper,
Nancy BpoltS, Mary Aboi omblo, Ra
chael L. Abororomhie, M. A. Gallogloy,
Clsla Ilondorson, P. li, Nelson, Masel
Weal, ilarinio E. Riddle, 13. 10. bently.
Rois cea Moates, Cindie S um morel, J. IC.
Riddle, Mary J. Fowler. Sallie Hilt, Su
san Smith, Martha Poncho, Sarah 13.
Todd, Mary Culbertson, M. A. Colo,
Soaby Hughs, Hannah Armstrong, Mary
J. Drumlelt, Bll/.abotb Osborn, Jane
Austin, Ll. Moore, Mary Modloek, Mary
Rallr md MewH.
At a mooting of the Directors of thc
Carolina, Knoxville and Western rall
road, held in Oroonvlllo on Friday Inst,
Capt. Jos. b. Humbert ol this county,
was again olooted Presldont lo sucoood
Col. Mauldln, rosignod. Capt. Hum
bert stated to Tim AnvKiiTisBn that th?
prospuutU of tho road aro as good as
could bo oxpoctotl. Contracts in two
counties III Tennessee and two in North
Carolina have already been let, amia
full force aro ot work grading. In North
Carolina, the contractor has secured 800
convict i, Who aro now at Work. All
tho contra?is roqutro tho completion of
tho Work, within two years and six
months b om date <d Hie county subs: ip
(ion. In Tennessee Gm >'"bi wa? nikon
upon tills condition, and boneo Gie'.york
e lli be finished oil tho Knoxville side
first. From (?reenvid?lo the N.C. linn
Will bo let in a ttvt ?lays.
( iimdni?t|isly For Spart coburg.
At tho regnlar monthly mooting of tho
"Simpson Rangers," hob) on their drill
ground, near Efuntersvllloln Greenville
County, on February 17th, a vote was
taken on Dm Summt r encampment
question, which was practically unani
mous In favor of holding tho Fneump
mont ai Spart atiba rg.
The young pcoplo of this place have
secure 1 i roal good drama, which will
ho pr? tented here In a short while. Re
hcrsahi are now in progress. An excel
lent caste ls arranged, and something
belter than tho ordinary may ho expec
ted, of which moro horoufter.
Among Ibo visiting Attorney* In nt
tendance o.i ( curt, wp notice! Maj. Ga
Angust ?; Macbeth Voun*. ?f j
d. w. H. Park?r,of Abbeville:
billi; W. H. Irwbi i
Mi*.'), ('omits ls visiting lier parents nt
Mr. S. lt. Totlil Ison fi visit to lils
dun gt i tor in Charlotte.
Miss Leila NV ll Ito?, lina roturnod from
Florida, \vh 01 o sim spout two months.
Mrs. S. B. Plus?, has relurnod from
tho "Jasper Festival" in Havannah.
Mrs, Col. Traynlunn is spouding a few
?lays willi friends a?d rolatlvos in Char
Miss Amoila K'v i nerty, of Now dorry,
is visiting hor alstor Mrs Dr. Todd at
Mrs. J. N. Wright, wasngaill called to
fol ii in bin last wc? kio soo lier daughter,
Miss Dotlo, who ls again quito ill with
Mr. dalnes, of Ibo Chroalolo, was In
town last wool?, As usual, bo sent in a
good word for Saurons t<> the excellent
daily ho represents.
Mr. lld. Harbin, ol Tinll Draneh, N
C., bas moved lo Hus County to assist
bis brother-in-law, Mr. Joe. Ballow,
with his tobacco farm,
Kiola) J. Simpson, F.sq., is in attend
ance upon ('.mri. He ia accompanied by
Mrs. simpson, who will spoiul a few days
willi relativo.! h r.'.
Still CxpaniliiB-A rrisoioaory lo Jrvpau
An Intsri itlug Sccl.il Uvcut amt Mauy
Tho Clinton building boom still con
tinuos to grow. Mr. Md. Nash hm tho
material laid down for a nico roshtonco
?ui tho Sloan .Street OKtomioi). .'dr. (J.
NV. Balley ami ?ii : ni ?thor, Mr.?. Piinnie
Hailey, hnvo oacll ':> gun IhoorcctioM of a
nloo dwelling on broad bini!. North
Kev. Sam. P. Fallon, of howrcyjvHlo,
i ; visiting in Clinton. Sam. is a ? 'linton
boy, having hoon cducnlodki tic Thorn
well Orphanage ami ? 'lintonCollege. lt
ls his expectation lo .? ut nu early day
asa foreign mts.-tlonavy, probably to Ja
('li::t ?n leds that Judge Wallace has
uonforrod an honor on hor In honoring
and trusting ?mo of her most popular
your.;,- nu n, Mr. W, Owens, by disap
pointment as f ?roman of thodrand Jury.
om-..ld rriond, Mr. W. IL Doll, di 1 nol
gol o IV on his trip to Fl .ri la, ns was ex
pected, at tho timo sot. l?o had relapsed
and was not aldo to nave!, llb. frionds
will lonni with pleasure Her. his prosont
condition lasolnewhat Improvod.
Mr. J. C. Copeland left on tho 22d inst,
and will spend a I.'.-I?::!I or two '.t- tho
Lan i of Flo .vorn lu quosl of health.
Mr .. J. W. Adair is Oil a visit lo her
daughter, Mrs. Hayes, in Heneen City.
Things look rather lonososuo nhout Ibo
rub! sine.; .she loft.
One of I ?to mos: ? h as.ml secrets of Ibo
ROitsou was l ho murringo, ?>n tho 22d lust,
ol' Ml is Jcs i--, youngost (laugh tor of Mr*
L.T. Copeland, to Mr. Jo!in W, 1 la rh arti t'
of Loxington, s. c. Tho ceremony was
performed al the rcsldoiICO ol' thc bride's
parent ( at ? o'clock, by tho Hov. Wm. P.
Jacobs, in bis most, happy manner. A
few invited guests wer" pr?nent and par
took of the unbounded hospitality pro
vided for Ibo occasion, in tho sbapo of a
magulllccnt wedding supper. Six nou
pies ?d' attendants ofTlciatetl, and wore
pairod au followst Miss Lizzie Copeland
With Mr. Chinbi' Harmon; Miss Sallie
l&nrbardt and Mr. bartow Copoland;
Miis Vinnie Harmon : ld Mr. Clarko
Jennings; M Iiis Ma?llo Craig and Mr.
Ford i nam! Ju cobs; Miss Carrie Turnor
and Mr. W. B. owens; Miss FloroilCO
Jacobs|and Mr. charlie Llpford. Tho
art-j of Worth and Mino. Domoresl aro
not BUlIloloiitly well-known to your cor
respondent to warrant bini in making
the attempt tu describo tho toilets of the
beautiful young brid??, and her equally
pretty bovy of bride's maida, SufUco it
to say that all was loveliness and in tho
utmost doeorum und good tas;?>. ,so
uni' I, so iudood that wo mayoxpocl othor
similar ovonts to follow boforo a groat
wblio. Tho presents w ere very Humor
ous and woll cboson, comprising mosl
olaborate spool mona of silver and ellina
wine, as woll as a miscellaneous and
pretty assortment ot' ?iou ;..< furnishing
Not bav|ltg soon anything in your pa
tier from this so dion in so.no timo, I
take this privilege to lot ymir readers
know how we uro ootting along over on
Tho mumps aro raging in dds commu
nity, und suom to bc of a SOVoro type.
Alteran nbundnnco of nun lt is again
oloar and tho singing or the birds mid
tho budding vf the troos demite un oatly
F ill oats, although bul few 80WI1, ire
looking weil Tho Spring sowing is pot
yet completo, though Willi favorable eba*
sonos people may bo ?hie to complete
their crops nitor ants coma in wit witt
baying bursa food,
lliihun crook, nt tho present w rill it gi
is spread Dom hill lo hill and lank* h kc
lt great biko. It is up moro than ll bas
laen nine?? '80
Marriott,ai tho rosldencoof tho brldo's
father, on WodllOSday, 22i, Mr. Kugeno
Teaj m? toMIss bia Htidgcns.
A VOLCANO IN NEWBEItllY,
From Tho Greenville Nows, wc
take thc following notice, credited
to thc Newberry ( ibservori Twolvo
miles from Newberry, IU8tl)lls side
Of Heller's creek, ls a high round
top bli!. On this hill lives .Mrs. Sa
rah Hean), who ls Just now v. ry
n undi rt |ar m od. A bout ll tuon t li non
a portion or this hill, nbout eight lu?
ches in liauiotiM*, caved (n, Icu vi ng
a bole in tho ground, nobody knows
how doop. About ll wook after an
other spot,nbout four indica In di?
nmeter,nenr by, caved in, leaving
another apparently bottomless
hole. Mrs. lion ni Insists that she
bus sec ii blue smoke issuing from
these holes, mid thntuiio is constant
ly feeling shock*, Our Informant
visited th.* dread spot recently. Ho
says ho did not soo any amoko ot
/eel any shocks, but Hutt ho felt
electric i nil ii en cos very sensibly
while on thc bill.
This strange phenomenon Is 1- ca
led In "Hqulro Holler's country*
Neighborhood News Kotes and a Disquisi
tion cn Social Disorders of tho Day and
Tho Inconveniences of Poverty.
Nothing of inuoli importance has hap*
ponod in this section for soinu timo, o.x
iopt a conplo of couples have boon ninr
riod within tho last fow days. Ons < f
?ur widowers, Mr. T. J. Layton, whhoui
lotting any of us know anything about
ii, wen t over to Spartunburg md brought
a young brido !>ack. Sho was Miss Laura
Layton, and is now M ra. Laura Layton*
Mr. o. C. Cox and Miss Janlo Mills wore
married OM Thursday, 10th inst., by Hov.
Mr. i owler.
Tho Factory at Mountain Shoals, Ulldor
tho naino of ISnOroo Manufacturing Com?
pa ny, booniotb, ami tue bum of spindles
and tho clatter bf looms will soon minglo
their music with tho majestic roar of tho
I).*. C. ltodg)rs has * loved io ibo house
vacated by Mr. .). Wade Anderson, and
wo presume is now ready to practice.
Wo nolleo in sonn? of tho papers tho
suicide of John Tylor, of brooklyn, N.
V., under rathol* poculiar cireumslanee i.
Il is ol aimed that ho killed himself to Oil*
rich his kindred, lt has 1) ion a common
h; lief, und thu e ?uris havo hold, that sui
cido was ;?/.(.?/>:? facie evidente of Insan
ity, but if Tylor was insane Cioro was
method in his m ad noss. Tho lottors ho
left behind, and especially thc one to his
mother, contained s uno SC rid bl 0 talk,
ilo said, amongst other Illings, to her:
.l'or a sensitivo, roil nod pvrson to bo
poor was a gloat privation." No man
ivor canto noarer tolling th i truth than
?ii:::, lt may be lab*, hut Itfl'i baril to 1? i
poor. Fovorty, il lu. b? a sai l, and
sonto say yet, i < no dlsgr/co, bul if il is
not adtsgrace, yd nov...."aye i', i ? power
ful hard to bo rcspoebl do ami poora*, tho
taino time; anti on th ? other hand mon
ivlio have pion ly of men ?y can ovado the
lonnllius of almost ar y crt iii .. Tboeaso
if Jacobs, tho tilnyor nf Doo Hughes in
iroonvlllo County, boara out Ibo above
issortlou aa w .di as sc ac o is is tim', lu. ve
mppohod within twetye months ne.iror
mme. Hal I h OSO ci? ?) boon reversed
md tho .-layo;- been slain, thou i*. i i pos
ilhl? that Justice woifid hive not found
io much difficulty in moling out punish,
noni. It H not on*y l.nrd, but extremely
neonvonlont to bc poor. For a man lo
nive consciousness within hiss .?ul that
ivorly koops bim from bo
morally, socially and poiiii
.!" lu i fellows, is a fate thal
but lu1 who is thus circuni
lt a ri I i: is to bear, l?spo
t!i ; caso vi Uh p ior men who
ii that they wish toodlioato,
.onie usoflll ami ornamental
if soeirtty. it might be replied
rson Ss poor, it is (hoir own
Ii assortions aro not only fal
tlioy aro falsehoods. Thoro
no .t ovory ? ouituuully porsous
who arotrofluod) Intelligent, urbano ami
oullurodj who aro poor from no fault <>r
t bel ra. [They havo fallen behind in tim
race fork ho almighty dollar Tor various
roasousluud perhapses polo ut anti fre
quent ciuso as any ot hoi* ls, because they
havo faked lo oppress and sqncoxo as h
woro tin h .art's blood .?ut of their ul- !
ready /oppressed fellowman. Whilst |
others who have? uovor llslonod to the
cry ol down-troddon humanity, ami
Whosoilollars arc blurred w ith widows'
and o|>h:ms' i tars, arc rich and prosper
ous, aid they can .say, w ith thc man who
tore ipwn his old barns and built new
onos-P'Sou), thou bast nundi goods laid
up fo| many years! lukis thlno o ise, cat,
il ri uland bo morry." And no matter
howjlhoso riche:! aro accumulated thc
worll joins in praise and adulation of thc
posrtlssor, for when a men in those days
s*.,?.!? a penny loaf to hep starvation
fro 11 his door, ho is account od as vilo a
Illili as tboso w ho sulfured death by tho
shhjof Christ on Calvary; but If beean
inajnge to steal ,!!1? twenty, fifty or u
htuth'K thousand by breaking or otbor
ivlsl, ho is considered a shrewd busin ess
mai, and ii would never do lo say ho
,!.?P anything. Ho is liol a thief. Only
boon a Uttlo Irrogular. That ls not a
dwi, it is a defalcation and ho is only a
le/aultor. I e. a fow months ho will loom
Ulanow amidst the congratulations of
lycrybody bu! Iboso with whom ho coin
iroinlmul at live, lon or twenty percent.,
jr a trip to Canada. Then tim way tho
aws of tho State of South Carolina aro
kow, it o neon rages peculation, lloforo
ho war, when a man made a riobl lie < x
?..clod to pay it, for ho expected othora
n b l.te ! to bim to pay him. If not w il
innly, they could bc made do it. Now it
s Just as people please whether they pay
r not. There arc certain occupations
hat havo no protection. The mechanic
nay toil to build a house for hr. more af
lUOUt neighbor, mid in many instances
f bc gool Ititi pay at all it is dcalod out to
dm by ploco-inpal, and If ho sues for it
ic may lind to his di un.iy that \\0 han
ioctl buildings hottSO for some man on
ha! man's tylfO'S hind, and ho luis his
rouble for Ills pains. And so with ell
rades. Tho ,diy>h lan, true to the irndl
lona, ?ml tim holiost attributes of his
irofosslon, may go, not only to Ibo calls
if mercy and charily, but to tipejo who
??nhl If U|oy W?Mld, pay bimi bul ha has
io moans to oomf?rt ft, If o may ride
brough In a! ami cold and dsrkllOHS and
nin al all limos, and Ulldor nil clroitm
Hep y 11 Vc o e.
Ma RniTont I will s ly for tho bo nc flt
if my friend Veloco," that I w ill tako
ilonsiiro in answering Hie questions bo
vishes anuworoij in tim Anviuirisini .
f bo willean io soe mo, op "writw ino,
?iel.?sing stamp with his address to
.rove that lt is all in good faith, I will
ilso favor him, or lier, by nnsworing any
?thor question asko'l by loiter- Ad
Ircss. THOItOU?ll DASS,
Laurens, S C
iL-bbUAlMl A P?.QRI^A
iVavncd to I.ejtvo Qu Pain cf Bsath A fier
Boing Twleo 8tiot At.
TITI ia VI LLB Fla., Feb. 21-A very
icnsntio.ial story comes over tho
-overnment wiro from Hims, n
?milli .settlement flffty miles Imlo.v
16*0011 tho river, tit, Tinny, a large
iioperty ownor, after whom the
ilnco wi s named, discovered ono
norning Inst wee!; a coarsely wor
imi warning" writ ton on unpinned
lO.ird nuiletl tobis door,ordering
dm to leave tho pince within two
cross bones attached. Sovorald?ys
before this two shots were Urea Into
bis house ut sundew, the bullets
narrowly missing hun. Tho Doctor
attributed this to sportsmen's enr?
lons shooting and poid no attention
to it, but tins notice recalled it to
Tho reasons assigned orv tho un
popularity of tho Doctor by reuswn
of exaggerated accounts ofthoaet
tloment and Its advantages, im
provements, etc., by which many
have been induced to go thorn to
meet \s ii ii disappointment. The
Doctor says ho will not move ott*,
an?! luis posted a notice under Hie
one left for him, that all trespassers
uro warned otf and that any par
ties coming there ut night with in
tention to mako trouble will do
soot their own peril, i Ie goes cons
An-', wi Corbin la r>7 years of age.
Austin Corbin's wealth is estimated at
I?aroa ?lo Grim, tho cartoonist, is a KOO of
Ola? of tho czar's tailors.
George W. llosuro, tho cowboy evangelist,
ls Raid to have an income of 8150 a day.
Ilorliert Sponcor la well again and at work
developing his schomoof synthotlo philoso
Tho czar of Russia has refused to permit
thoOrl<NMi3 priuoes to join tho Russian im
Tho czar of Russia lu going to rule assas
sination and remain in 8t, Petersburg during
tho coming eal nival.
Bomobody rcoontly credited P. T. Barnum
with tho possussi ai of (10,000,000. Ho says he
is pretty rich, hut not so rieh ns that.
Joseph Chamberlain pronounces Canada
tho jolliest place in North America to enjoy
oneself in, outaido of tho United States.
Tho Duke of Edinburgh is said to ho tho
stingiest royal personage ia Eurone. Ho
will heat u c ibman down to thola>t ponny.
M. do Lesseps will leav e Pari?? in Mareil for
Panama. Though not discouraged, moro
mon y i . ivnntod, and lt dues not appear to he
Arahl Pasha has boen writing mossagca of
sympathy to lils old friend, Mr. Wilfrid
Blunt Ifo sirius himself "Ahamtd Pasha,
Kossuth i: tho health lost man for his ogo
In Etirojie. IloisS? and halo and hearty as
Doh Ingersoll, who eh dina to i?j the youngest
maa in tho United States.
Busts and portraits of M. Carnot aiv h ling
placed in all cehool rooms, military mess
roomi and general ami local government
offices throughout Franco.
Tolstoi has just published his thirteenth
volume of his works, ''Sui' f<a Vie." This
last hai lioon Dolled ond suppressed by tho
censor. It waa dono upon demand of tho
for tho blood, use li. B. lt.
For scrofula, uso IL lt. ll.
Forestan h. uso 15. I!, lt.
For rheumatism, uso lt il. ll.
For kidney trouble, uso li IL IL
For skin diseases, uso lt. R, |),
For eruptions, uso I). B. n,
For all blood poison, uso !!. IL R.
Ask your noighhor who has used lt. lt
R. o? Us merit. Get OU rhook lise Ulled
with olrtllleatos of wonderful eure--.
BLOOD BALM I li .., Allanta. Ca.
For Ssh: by TIIAYNIIAM A- DIAL.
I am a candidato for ibo olllcoof Son
ator for Laurens t iou ll ty .
LKW rs NV. SIMKINS.
For Clerk ol' Court.
I would rospoetfully nniiounco mysull
a candidato for tho ellice of clerk of the
Court for Laurens Com ty, sunjocl to tho
.). WASHINGTON WATTS,
If You Have
III; eu m at i sui, Hondaeho, Chills, Corns,
iliarrhoj.i, dlsontory and want a eure gol
a bottle ot Fink's Mngio <>d fr.nu
W. A. Woo ls,
Tumbling Shoals, Laurens Co., H. C.
Prioa 50 eonts, and ii i! falls to euro
no pay is Wan tod. <?e! U nt once <>r von
may iegret it afterwards. Will appoint
ono Agent in oaeh Township, Apply lo
The books of Registration will
lie oponed In tho fjhcrlfT's office al
Laurens, ns the law directs, on thc
first Monday in each month, until
first Monday in July, 's-*, when thc
law requiros them closed until after
the m Nt general olootion. This ?
fur tho purpose of registering all
persons who have bocomo of age,
or entitled to register since hist
election; to trnusfoi' persons from
this to another County, und from
ope township to anothei, or from
one residence lo another.-All thh
must bo done before or on tho first
Monday In .1 dly, 18S8, Lost corti<
iluntos may bo renewed to within
11(1 days of tho election, and thoio
Who become (d' ugo between Isl
July end the election, may register
nt uny time before election,
Those who Refused or Neglected
to Register before the last election,
cannot register until tho Law ts
J. WASH WATTS,
Keb, 1341 li, I88tt,
The County Board of Equaliza
tion will mot t nt Hie office ol Coun
ly Auditor on Tuesday tho 'iib of
Mnt'chj l?i?lS. for (?i.: pur?.o.-o Of
isp.i.lilting personal pro porty. *A1I
persons interested will be govern
(j. M. LANGSTON, A. L, C.
Feb. 28, 1888 81 'li
ALL porsona holding claims
against tho catato of Wm. Ii, Wood,
dooousetl, are hereby retpiesteil to
prosont tho same to tho undersigned
All person? Indebted to the said
estate ore also notified to poy thv
?amo without delay.
A. IL ttU^tUERT,
w<< oxlotid thanks to our friends foi
tholr generous support through Ibo ?
nml winte r, and proposo, by olooo kvy
big, olese Bolling, tittil llrst-clasa *.:>'.cv- te
merit a continuance of t;:'> sumo.
Tho ,,ono-tonlh" bun grown lavgoly,
anti wo propose b> gol our logllbnnlo
aburo of Ibo liado by stinking otoao lo
Iboabovo precepts, Wo bavo .1 full lino
of goods usually found lu a lb KI e. ass
llardwaro Store. These in nood of H iln
sor, pair Scissors or a pocket Kuilo
sbould ooll on UH and got ono ol' tito olee
Kvery fannor should bavo a Pnnnlng
ton aldo Harrow, Ho can't du wliboul
lt also tho Farn or? bo:. Donblo f>ut
AH owners of lino Hoofs sbould ? all
and soo bow Hu ir old roofs con bo modo
ns good na now ?md tho now ones can bo
prevented from ovor growing old, at n
[nfact, our lino ls coinploto, In Hard?
war?- Agricultural Implements, Pain ls,
Oils, butty, Glass, ?rc , and we fnalco ii
to tho advantage of nh huyes s lu give as
a ea) I.
Wholesale und ttotnll Hardware Store.
I...uren-. .'. < '.
bob. COI!;, l$??*?,
Tin? following Ai ? ls published i:>
ohed lonee lo inst rue! ions from Hon.
J. S. Vernor,Convplroller (lenore!:
AN ACT io Ailow Unimproved
Lands Which Have Not Uuenoil
theTiix I moka b-lnee 187e> tobo
lifted Wu itou?. Penni ty.
SKOTION l. iiojl .'/jo v.? by tho
Sonutonnd ?foimo of lU'pros?ntr?
lives of tho ?State of South Carolina,
now mot and .sitting lu (Jouerai As
sembly, nml hy tho authority of ibo
BU nie, 'i hat In nil eases whore unim
proved html which hus not bool
upon tho tux. hooks nineo Cse ii teni
year commencing November 1st,
lS70,fnml which uro not on tho for
feited Hst, shall al any Hmo bel' nv
th<- I I itny of Ocloher, 18S8, he re
turn? I lo tho Cou h ly Auditor foi
tax n I lon, tho said Auditor he, and
is hereby, tn&triicted tonssesstho
samo and to'ontorlt noon (hodup*
liento of iiie ?i eui your oonimonc
ing November Ist, 1887, with tho
simple taxes of (lint yeer.
SKC. Thal ?ill such lands ii.?
may he returned to tho Auditor for
taxation between tho first dny of
October, Ifti??, shrill ho assessed und
chnrged with Ibo simple Li ves of
Iho two lineal yours commencing
re ?ieeliv. lv on the firs* day of No
vember, 1883, and tho llrst day of
S::?', il. That ns soon ns practica
hie after tho pnssago ?sf this Aid
tho ('..-.'. pt roller ( lesser.;! i s directed
lo furnish copy ol the same to
cneh Auditor in tho State, und thc
Auditors ure required lo publish
t !u> sumo in each of their county pa
pers once a week for th roo months
during tho your 1888, and for thc
same period of ti me during t lie year
ISS?); and tho JOS? of such publica
tion shall bo paid hy Hie County
Treasurer upon the order of ilse
County Commissionors, ont of the
ordinary county tax his! collected.
Approved December li), 1887,
ii. M. LANGSTON.
Auditor Laurens Conni v.
Feb. 29,1888 8m
IDK,- W JT?- 13^1-IX
Dfiioo over National Bank.
Oftlcodays- Mondoysand uosdays
Pori Royal & Western Cnrollnn
Itali way Comj>any,
In olVeot Jan, I, 1888.
Time 7fith Meridian, samo as R. ..V. D.
lt. It. time.
Leave Anderson 1240 |> in ?OOO a in
?.eave Spartnuhurg IOU j> in
I. ave Greenville I2.15pin 11000am
Lonvo I laurens * I :; : p m
Li ave ll roon wood "5 i.'> p in
Leave Alol'orniick *052pin 1130pm
Ar'vo Augusta "w-'jpm 1545pin
Leave Augusta *7 60a m
Loavo McCormick MO IO a m bloo a ni
I .eave < ? reen wood *H 15 a 111
A r'VO ! J reenvide 12 r> p 111
Ar'vo Sparianburg - lu p :.(
Ar'vo Andorson 1210 pm 11010 a in
'Lady. I baby OJCCOpt Sunday
Thc Sunday traill loaves Anderson al
7 a ni and returns al I IO p m.
Conneois with Imbi to and from Cl roon
wood, Laurens nu<| spart.mburg.
Connection* nt Augusta wlthGoorgln.
::...;;lh Carolina and t'eulral Railroads.
At Spnrtanburg with A ifcCAIrl Ino and
Asheville & Spartaiibiirg IL lt
Tickots on Halo lo ail points at i brough
rates. Baggngo chockod lo doatiniulsn
W. d CHAKI, A. <b Pi A,
w \Y STA,HB,Supt., Augustn, On.
biishnoii! .Mi* Line, Richmond
?V Danville lt. H., Columbia &
Condensed Sehe lulo in Oifoct Get. Ul.
(Trains mil on 7<th nus i lian lime.)
BOtJTitnouNn, sn. ;?.>,. KO. 60,
Leave Walhalla i7 65 a in
Leavo Anderson Q M a m
Leave Abbot, G lo 10 ?.? a Iii
Lvave. Greenville U 40 a in
Loavo (H'OOnwoo I 125(1 p m
Leave Ninety Six 1IW ii m
Loavo Laurens fl 12 a m
Loavo Now herr V 805 n m
Ltsive Alston 4 05 p in
Leave Asheville ?0 |;> p ny
2 12 a in
ii M a nv
fi 87 a tn
Cid.nubia I !.". p ,n oft > a m
?. Columbia 607pm nanu m
?? Augusta y Dp m loue a m
via HUH R040 p tn ion, nm
via A <. b o u pm it 'jr, n ,v
vin CA g r,r,iain
NonTiin PUNOSO. 53. NO. fd.
Leavo Cobunhla t ll O? a in ?io lo a in
Loavo Alstvni ll '.Pa in |) os a ni
Arve Union 4 IM? pm 1260 am
" Spartanh'g 646 bin 2 Pi a ni
" Prosperity 12 41 |i ni
l/ouvo Nowhorr I QJ p m
Ar'vo Laurens iv fi 4*> p m
" Ninot.v-S,x 2 13 p rn
" Greenwood '2 62 p m
" f troon vi l?o ft 40 pm
" Abb Ville 4 2', pn;
Leave Sp.lrlanb'g 6110 a in
Leavo union 7 60 l\ ut
Ar'vo Alston ll 09 a in
6.S \\ nt
?' Hen.ero t1 <).'? pm
M \Vnilpilla 0?ftp ut
u A'tirttit.? io ia pm
.lUlly. t Dally except Ji
..'..1* important salo ol horses will
luke placo al Laurens, Jk'onday,
March 5th, nt 10 A. M. fit which
timo Mccafferty Bros., tho well
known Western horsemen, will soli
al auction one ear load of Horses
anti M atv s from three lo six years
old weighing from 800 to 1000
pounds ouch, and bred from Hiim
bletonian und other strains of trot?
Ung,Stallions, out of well bred Tex
as Mares. Thc horses will be in
town and can bo seen at tho Stables
the day bo foro thc; sale.
Sxaeutors, Administrators, C? u ni diana
nod Trustees will lake not leo that tho
timo for muk lug nun nul re? urns will ex
piro on the 1st ouy of Ni a rob next. Af?
?er i!...: limo tko penalty will bo en?
A. W. BURNSIDE, j.J?, L.0.
i n:"?i approved Parin Hands
no Hated.*; lUmsonahlo time and
oasy terms. Apply to
C. l>. RAIIKSDALE,
Attorney at JLaw,
Lom enR, s. c., Jan. 17, liss-dm
A w T p
U 1 I KJ
ALi. pi*r;;on s holding claims
iga hist tho Estate of John Nelson,
doe':!, will present nod establish
?hom l^eforo me on tho 7th doy of
March, i text, or bc forever barred.
A. W. KUHN SIDE,
.1 rubro of Probate.
Jan. !7. tSS J-at
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
L A U i\ E N S CO U N T Y,
Ameline, llnrlou -ad Letitia Culbert
son, Phiiittills, against I'JIlKUboi'i Nee
ly. Nancy A very ami R. ,1. Lark, De
fendants.- Summons for l'oln.i, Com
To tho Dofond'.tnta Elizabeth Xooly,
i .- ; :..'<;>.\-, Nanov Avery and E.J.
Von aro hereby aummonod and re?
f? i:i i i" answer tho eoinplalnl in this
..?i". m, ol wbleb :i copy is hot'OWlth
sorvod upon you, Kitti lo servo a copy of
your nuswor to ? Ito sahl e?mplaint on tho
sn bser Users at their offloa al Lau rona c.
IL, South Carolina, within twenty days
iifinrtho si rv loo hereof, oxcluslvo of tho
day of KU di service; and If you fail to
a nsw itr Ibo complaint within ibo tinto
aforesaid, Ibo plaint HT in ibis notion will
apply i > ibo coo-: for IU-J relief de
manded In tho complaint.
nutod Jan. 21, A. I). IS8S.
tr. W. Sil UM., C. C. C. P.
JOHNSON & HU '.'IKY. 3
To Caney Avery, thc absent Defendant
PloiiHO luke notion that the summons
and complaint in this c. lion woro Hied
ia tho Ollieo of tho Clerk of tho Court of
Common Picas for Laurens County Jun.
JOHNSON A RICHEY,
Probate Judge's Sales.
ST AT 10 OP SOUTH CA HO Ll NA,
LA U a r. N s Cor N T Y ,
IN pnonATR COUUT.
Pursuant to Judgment for salo in tho
following stated ease, I will ?oil, at pub?
lie. outcry, at Laureas C. 11., on Salo
Pay in March next, tho property de
scribed ii? sabl ease, upon tbo terms
spool lied, lo wil :
In tho eas;; of Chan. A. Pu ly, aa Ad
ministrator Of .Ioho Nelson, Plaintiff,
against Nancy Polly, Sa;,an Pally ot al,
All that linet or parool of land, in tho
County and state aforesaid, containing
77 ?ten s, moro or less, lying on both
?Ides of Little River, bounded by lauds
i>r A. f. Pul lor, John Trlbblo, S. A.
Rur naide and others,
Tenes -One-half cash; tho balance on
a credit of twelve months, with inter
est irom day of salo, tho credit ponton
lobo secured by bond of tho purchaser
and a mortgage of ibo promises, with
leavo to tho purchaser to paybisentlro
hld In cash, Purchaser lo p \y for papers.
A. W. I1URNSIDE,
.Ia Igo ol Probato.
l*OK 8 A LE.
POR SALK A valuablolot on Brook
lyn side, partially Improved,
FOR SALE A neat rosldcnoo on Jer
sey sido, containing six rooina, Spion?
[lld wei! of water, Two acres. Pine
FOR SA LE Two Hu nd rod and Fifty
Acros of land just outsldo tho Inoorpe
rate limits of tue town of Laurens. Ai*,
ulognul bome and all nocossary out
POU SALK A two-story Brich Store
huuao In Ibo town of Laurens. A Ino it
half interest in a good warehouse.
I'oi; SA ld' A number ol farms In
[lllforont portions o?* Laurons County?
A val?ale lot <>'.' .'. ? Acres partially im
proved,ono milo wost of Laurena,
A bargain offered.
Afloooud bind Hvo, hor.io wagon and
splendid sat <l nioifl liarnos.* hand
iiiudo. Also ono pair Pair banks Soaloa.
A Small tract nf lund near Hopewell
church. One and one-half nulos wost ot*
Cloldvlllo. Bald tract contains about 73
acres, about ,"?) acron < loured mid in good
state of cultivation hillanco In mixed
forest- Price low.
J. M. Hamilton.
Caveats, Trade Marks and CopyrigMs
Obtninod, and all other boallia** In tho
U.S. Patent Ollieo ?a lendod to for M 0 I '
oar office Pi opposite tho U. S. Patent
Offteo, and wc ooo obtain Petent* In len?
limo thoo Hmso romoto from Wiudiinir
iond Mond ov Drawing. Wo ml viso
as to paL nt ability froo or obargu; and
wo make nu ohurgo unless we obla!?