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FARM, F?KLD AND GARDEN.
TRUSTWORTHY ?N^Ofi V A r IC N ON
MANY rO!NTS C" INTEREST.
Important \Vi?rl< Unit OttcM l'i ll? \c
CMMU|ill*lir?l lu Onli.ml l>iu hi? Th?
Glowing sim m-lion lo Itcyiila'c Hie
O row I li <>f tn?? .mil Promote linit
ful? i -..
Mail.- |iersons think when Ihey have
Gniiih'Nl the annual pruning of vint - und
treen theil work I? ended but lt II t un
frecpicn'.ly occurs that you ny trees during
the-giowing season .iro -onsiderublo
attention ii way of phlebitis to regulato
the growth and to promote frt?tfidue??
Tliis is aa important '.]? rat. >n i i ti,.
management <.r live?, a.-, it ..),.. late i the :.<?
ceaslty of beuvy aiuptitutii v t b lng made
at thu win''-: or spring pruning Instead
of allowing certain sufierthious >>r ?ni.
pla?-?-.: shoots to acquire their full develop
ment at tho ox |H*USC of other parts many
horticulturists j inch the.se earl} and gi
to tho iweertsary parts or brunches of the
tr?-? mit ri incut which they ivoul ; nave
appropriate!) if allowed to remain lu
tin* wuy o:.<_- is ut>?.- i" obtain i >stllt3 In
one.sou.sou. that two or moro would bo
required for if winter pruning was .. I
hi pinching to promote fruit fnine; .
oheck given to the extension . f di? l
concent ratee the sap In the part i malu
lng and unless the cheek has Ix-en given
very carly In tho season, or tho growth i
very vigorous in the tree, so that the '
will break and form Blmotq th? .' aro ci r
tain u> pr?paie for tho pro luetl i . fr til
It ls a useful operation In the corio ol
vigorous growing and turd . I? .iring vari
etle.s 'J in; modo of performing if ls to
pinch off '.l o end of th? . :. nt :
finger and thumb Tl..- time to .perform
it depends wholly or? cl^cUU static li'
th? object i*- lo regulate growl li, then thu
time to dh it Ls when tho tendency un
duo or 111 proportioned growth i- firsl
observable, and this will ix- from tito time
tho young shoots ar?- two to three I nelie*
long and upward, if tho object bo to In
d>.c? fruitfulness, tho length which the
shoots should attain liefere behm pinched
depends upon tho nature or mode of
growth and bearing of the species.
In a general way it may lie advised to
pinch early tho soft oxtiomltlt - of the
shoots on tho vigorous part s, and as late
u* possible on the feeble parts, excepting
?Iways any shoots winch may b.- too
rigorous for their (tosltloii
Itumemher thal the leaves servo tn pre
pare tho sap absorbed iij the roi I for the
nourishment ot thc ' ree :L.*I-? aid ' he forum
tlOll Of llttdS on the sic,,,!,. Ali tfees,
therefore, deprived of Hu h- lenve.t are Ila
bte to purish. lids principie shows how
(l?ngerem: it ts to remove a large quantity
Df letves born tns-s under the prop xl ni
siding tho ripening of tho fruit.
Thinning out fruit while it ls small ls
?mother important work wher e (?ni., well
devolopcd s peel mons are desirable. In
performing this thinning out \? sure un I
leave a largo amount Of fruit or. thei Iroi
pail of tree oi vine, and remove tho whole
or grentei part from tho feeble
Drier lied iltlon .?f siin> mid KtiHllnRi;.
Busilago ls forage that was out when
grce:? und bxs been preserved in " :,;?., f0,
fcc''tg to stock. Silo -s properly a pit
willi air tight- ides and bottom, but ti
fiaren is also used to designa! ea receptacle
for ensilage constructed wholly above
ground The pit is commonly walled up
with stnie; or brick, with bolton,, und
sides so cemented as to bo air sud water
tight and where tin-ground ls solid en ugh
to admit td it the cementing muy be done
JU i he earthen sldos.ii!< i toft cn pi ?id iced In
building elster) . na holding wale? Silos
ais-so ground may be made ol hen\\
masonry or concrete walls, hut mort com
monly of woo-l. In Hie last case the silo i
really a hugo wo,,-leu box with elida and
?idee made ah light by smooth boards
ouilod together double, and Inclosing a
lining of tarred roofing paper between
First, sills aro laid on smooth dry
ground for a foundation, next a frame of
8 by fl studding ls set up, strengthened
with girt ? and brocee and well bound to
gether HO AS to withstand tho pressure
from within. Tire double boards with
tho tarred paper fenn the lining of the
silo Inside of the Studding, and the out
sido ls weather boarded In tho usual way.
leaving an Slr chamber between it and ibo
air tight lining Tho whole must bo
roofed over to protect it from rain, unless
Constructed inside of a building, tho whole
Or a port of which can bo used fortbat
purjKise, and tho bottom must ho ce
It is better to plant sweet corn in rows
than in hills, ami if tho plants are thinned
out to disait eight inches apart lu the
rows, with tim rows four amt u half feet
apart, tho yield will bo larger than that
gained from lillis. Large areas of hold
Corn aro nowadays usually planted III
drills and corn planters and cultivators
or o gem ? illly adopted. Flat shallow t ill
turo ls gaining new advocates every sea.
son, ospoclally In the eastern and middle
States. In tho northern ami western
States tim system of "chocking" corn ls
still i ac ticed to some extent.
rh successive plantings, made every
two Weeks. Hie Season of sweet coin can
bo Indefinitely prolonged. Numbered
with early varieties thut have gained
deserved popularity aro tho "Karly Cory"
and "Northern Pedigree."
Manar? in the HUI.
As to applying uiuriuro in the hill, this
method, according lo Southern Cultivator,
ls not so safe a rule tt ls better that
tho manure used on all Crops Should be
thoroughly mixed with thc soil rather
than In tho hill, especially if In quantity
or in lumps, for it six>n thies out. when
tlio rains stop, then lt Injures rather than
benefits the crop. And, besides, some
manures aro toe st rong for young plants,
They do not need SO much nourishment ut
the start; but when they have at tained
considerable size, and have sent out nwt
leta all through tho still, then plant food
ls demanded In abundance, anti if it has
boon thoroughly incorporated with the
?oil lt will bo found and taken up
Nothing Initials li.
/alalia, Fla., .lune 27, 1087
N li, Venablo A ( IO!
I hny> been using H. rt. lt. in un fam
ily as 11 blood purifier. Having never
us id Inn v med ie, 1,0 to tupi ul it.
Itespectlully, Mrs It M Laws,
Makes tin < >ld Man Young,
(Fjxtrnoi from a Lotter,)
P, 8 I bought three bottles of your
botanic lUootJ I : : 11111 from mv friend H
1) Mallard, of Canipobtdlo, SC. I have
been using lt throe wooks. lt appears
to give me now lifo and new stre ngth. If
the?o ls anything thar will make an old
mon young ll ia D il H. 1 nm willing to
sall it. I can earnestly anti honestly
recommend M?tame Mlood Maim.
MOTA N?C IHiOOD MALM C
AM A DIAL
HOW POTTERY !<5 MACE.
Method* ol IVcr<t|U(.n In a Nen Jr^ri
Ilstabli?li'iioiit -Vu rt ?ll? l'i c??-. .?-? --.
Ti,*.- fashioning of j-noiv froiu dov
may. at first glance, -ema ?ii..; lo bro? ,
. cess, Wo have ail. os children, iliad .
i mud j i s. Tho mud pic urchin ii th- 1
potter in cmhryo. But abeu you know
that tho cloy bassos through thirty odd]
processes cr handlings foro ti? . (InUliotT
di.di i* pro lue? I, and that it may have
received thirty of these handlings Inly to
l*o utterly ruined tit the thirty '..rsi. Kn-1
tho proposition i ?ok , & ?incliqw dilT? n nt.
The story o? how a saucer i made i- in
teresting. Imagine, in thc Iii i pince,
three lieupj nf duff that looks like ground
? balk. These aro ' Inna clay, (lint and
feldspar. They have already gone
through certain processes of calcining,
grinding 1tc, lodore they rca< li the pot
tory, to lit tlc-e. u> tito uso for which
they oro intended. They aro the potter's
The-- 'hr. .. materials ar? mixed in cor- 1
tain proportions, tho formula for which
is sait) to bo a secret known only to the .
potters. When I wes tobi this 1 remem
ber marveling how ii could havo re
mained a secret so long when it was
known to MI many. Still I fei 1 bound to
believo it i-. a er? t. Water i> J.OW
added until iii mixture i-; like thin
cream. Tho cream < v ".-?ip" it then,
passed thrungli a screening process bj
running it over '.lawns"' ur tine cloth i.
Tho tmptiriti . arc thu * removed, and tito
cream -now containing puro potter's j
clay only- Hows into a vat, from which
it i.; pumped Into ;)i<- presses. These ar<
canvasing inclosed in shallow (rhysof
wood. Tho water hy pressure i-> forced
through iii" meshi lof tho canvas-. l< iv
ing thc clay i libel. Wie n the unte: is
all droit d elf tho trays oro opened, tho i
canvas coverings thrown linet:, anti the
clay in "louves ' or cakes of tli ( .insist
ency and color ol putty, aro disclosed.
The&o aro roll? i up ami deposited in the
clay vault until tho superfluous moisture
has evaporan I. ll is then submitted lo,
the proeciis . ?' "wedging. ' or bealing to |
expel the air, which if 1? ft in could
caiWC tic j.;- ods to blister during tho (ir
in<,' process. It i, then retah' for tho
"presser" i. ".. th" man uiupcs tito
dishes out "f , ?ny,
The pre- or dot - tit is with th . old of h
i mold -.i plaster prepared hy tho mold !
I maker, ibo most im?>oitant and login il
1 paid of oil tho pol tory employes. Titean
. molds oro ot eyery i zo and .sicie. ne
Ording to the j.' ?ods to he pi xiii.
. Thc in : olalorate ure those for sanitary
ure, culled i .lumbers' goods. Tho hol
low ware m l<ls are mad? in three piece
.tho tv i hi lei-, tuai ? ho I oil ont. liol
I v \ ir? c 'i i prises ? ivers, terip ? >;gar
hoivl . rte, ,.i distinguished from ilat ,
! nure, or .-ace:-, plates; platters, ely.
The saucer mold looks something like a
un:;!! apple pie, Ibo upjier surface - f
! which i s ni'Slelctl with tho reversa form
j of tho inside "f tin b?uc T. This mold is ,
placed on a rapidly revolving iron cup
called a "jiggi r," tho prosser takes u lump
of h ?ft clay, rattens it out with a blow
er two 'i a plaster stamp until ? kioka
like pie crust, piek.? i' up and (lops ii
? ov. i tho revolving moi.i. where, with tito
' aid of u curiously shaped prolllo Instru
ment" or ''" I- hu in.ri.uuly fashions tho
? cloy into tho form < ( a saucer upside
A go d workman with a l<oy or two to
help Iiiin wit'i Hie molds dil fashion
many hundreds of saucers daily ?a thia
mann" r. Tho multi with Ibo ; au-er on
lop is then pln?etl on a rac!;, where, by
montis of steam pi pcs, it in dried. Th*-'
BO ticer M then Ink? i front the mold, the
edges i rimmed off and tho surfaco
sponged smooth, it i- toen placed in tho
"green room" fora further drying pro
Tho man v. ho makej cupn i i culled ti
"t livtriyer." and I exert Isca a litt!" moro
skill and dr .:? r?t ii ! han tho Hal ? ni\t pres
ser hi ' t hr ?c. the clay up into th"
proper.Ahape. Iii. . j g ;? 'i " ; Isoi?i of a
different form. Af UT ibo cup lina boon
shaped tint! dried ii .i turned i:i a lathe
and th. n sponged, when i: hi ready t ? ac?
company tho saucer to tho "green room.''
\ beti the saucer is perfectly ?hy ii i;
icely for its first or "biscuit" baking. A
round vessel of coarse pottery, which
looks Uko an old bandliox and ia called n
"sagger," is produced. Whlto Hind ii.
placed nt the bottom. Then tho saucers
tue ranged in layers, each layer being
covered with tami. When tho Bagger is
full Strips of common red clay, called
"wadi," are placed round tho rim, and
thc sagger i ; ready for tho kiln.
Tho kilns are about 20 feot high and
lf, across, being circular in form. Their
?i/.e is designated by tho number <>f days
il will toko to hil them. Tho ono I saw
was called a 10 day kiln, because it
would take ono mau lb days to lill it
with saggers. Eight men were ut work
<;t it. and it was filled in two days und n
half. The saggers aro placed in piles,
called "bungs," 20 feet high. Tho
..wads" serve lo .steady the pile? and to
keep out foreign substances, smoko and
the Uko, when tho (iring begins. On tho
top of each "bung" au inverted sagger
is placed for a like I'COSOn. WllOll lIlO
kiln is lilli tiie opening is bricked up and
thc ?rea lighted, Tho eve chery ?ri t,ul>
jectcd to a heal of 0,000 dog;, [''abren*
heit for from 48 lo (il) hours. Then tho
fires are pul oui and tho kiln allowed to
cool for soveral drtys, when it is opened,
i uro being taken net lo let tho cool air
'/hill tho contents .suddenly for fear of
CT Icking them.
The next process is thai of glazing.
Tho glaze it general ly a mixture of
valer, flint, spar, paris white, day. zinc,
h ad. I.f.lacie acid and soda usn, (hough
sometimes other ingredients are added,
In (his mixture, looking like thin cream,
tho Saucers aro dipped, and after drying
c. short tune they ure ready for tho
./dost'" kiln. The saggers used for this
dring are glazed inside to provent the
porous earthenware from absorbing or
.? licking1 the glaze from the surface <>f
. hu (lishe.-, ( 'arc ii also taken lo keep
tho latter from touching, lest (hey stick
together in tho firing. This is done hy
mean , d' pins stuck in (he sides of (he
laggers, on Ibo ends of which thc rims of
tho dishes n st. The glosl firing is about
twenty-four hours long. Then tho fires
ire drawn, tho door upi tied UH B(K)n as
possiblo and lin; contents removed to tho
.vare hons.-, where the rough points, or
' stilt marks'lett hy the pins, are removed
a id (ho dishes, oxccpl such as are to be
(i cora lcd, tire ready tobe [Mtckod for the
u .u kel. "1?\ II. H." in Now York
? ; -.s.s.
Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyrights
Obtained, und nil other bUSlltOSS in I he
C. S. Paten! OfflCO attended (olor .MOD
I Ul E FE RH.
om- o?lloe ?M opposite tho U. s. Patent
Office, and wo cnn obtain Patenta In less
time than those remote from Washing
Nomi Model or Drawing. Wo advise
ns to patent ability free ol'charge; and
we make no charge IIIIICSH we obtain
Wo rotor here to the Postulasteis ihc
.Supt. of Money Order Div., und tho (dil
dals of tho (J. g, Patent OfflOS. Por cir
cular, advice, terms und roferencoH to
actual clients In your own Stats or
county, wr'te to ,SNOW .
What a Time
People formerly bad, trying toswallovr
tho old-fashioned pill with bs fdiu of
magnesia Vainly disguising its bitter
ness ; and what a contrast to Ayer'a
Pills, that have been well called "med?
teated silgar-pluma" - the only fear be
ing that patients may bo tempted into
taking too many at a dose. But tho
directions are plain, and should be
J. T. Teller, M. I*., of Cldttenango,
K. Y?, expresses exactly what hundreds
have written at greater length. Ho
says: " Ayer'aCathartic Pills ore highly
appreciated. They are perfect in lorin
and coating, and their effects arc all
that thc most careful physician could
desire. They hove supplanted all tito
Pills formerly popular herc, and I think
it must ho long before any other can
be made that will at all compare with
them. Those who buy your pills get
full value for their money."
..?Safe, pleasant, and certain in
their action," is thc concise testimony
of Dr. George E. Walker, of Martins
M Ayer'a Pills outsell all similar prep
arations. The public having once used
them, will have no others." - Berry,
Venable & Collier, Atlanta, Ga.
Pr*p*.r?J by Dr. J.C. Ayer ii Co., Lowell. Hsas.
Sold by all iKuli TH In Medicine.
ll vc i> en placed on tho counter.? nu
await vom critical luspoet ibu. Voil Wi
linda!" ititi Cit 1 assort.'neut ni urarieenl
for icon, you tbs and boys in all tim re*,
ulai sizes, ami in nil qualities and pr
COS. '!!.'. dcslullS and pilllOI'll
ortho gi od* this season are uidro at ire
i i v<-1 lian any in tlie past. There ls ri di
ebb'il chango bi the sty o-s and nuiko II
ol'tho garments t his simson one in pin
(louhtr ami that is ibo pants aro I argil
and tho such coats aro cuiawav. Vcr
few of Ibo straight "til sack will li
worn. Thesi giii'inoniH are ihanufnctti
reu ex pi u.*s y for my i rai le and in onli
lo ._'< t a ini;i H te a-sr. : t m .. m ol' I lui ntl
moron- patterns a nd designs which ar
. ?l'orotl this ? .?..-un. I lune .?....cured
largo stock loi" my ?MiHtoincrS to se!o<
frotii. rheso g o incuts arc regular tai
or made and will lb p:nTcotl,y a.d wi
hohl theil' shape until tho garment i
worn <.ii!. They are also uiaitufaCliire
nf ImportiMl goo I - as \\ < ll as Of doilies!
les in cassi itu ros, ohovolots, sorgos, sil
IlliXld, WOI.S|od, whip cord and cori.
screws, and in sacks, cutaways, singl
ami double broasiod frock stylos,
have also ? line iissortctl lino of gent
under wi ai In india, gnuv.o, hullhriggti
and lisle thread. Also hosiery of tli
sumo inalorhd lu ra ney and plain ctdor'
Collars, cull's, handkerchiefs and II larg
lino of i icuts nock wear in all tho lalo
novelties, colors and i i ii ts and miltie i
I ll latest shaper.
Soft and still'Hats fm tho Kprluti an
tiaiiiici'weir in all ut fm now s,ii|?-s
ami cohn -, .in I .1!; sizes. Tho loatlin
shades ure einu .mou mid grunii? an
thovi ry cassi mci 0 hals. I lia Vc ii i's tia*
thc fa vori to lin lou sr .I ? < m! a nd nt; st I
hat, whicdi have A rcniitation all ovi
tin-state, an t can onl_\ he purchase
lu .c. 1 lunts Hue -li ios In all tho loadla
styles and makes, qualities, and price!
Among l beni i - tho I hm ulster mu- slit?'
a hlch has Hu bi -t roputatlon of any 1
tho elly. Gouts slippers ami duneln
pumpsin all Rtvlos. Hespoctfuilv,
M, I,. KIN HI
CH VIN TWITTV, Manager.
Till: KM PO It 11'M
Al o lu in bia is the placo lor fashionabl
olotldng, lints, furnishing g 1 d.s. trunk
and valises and items linc S hoe S who
visiting tho idly call and examino m
i line siock of mon, youths and boy
clothing, Ac.,all of which you will li ii
in tho Spartnulmrg storo as well as i
ollimbi a S . M. L. K I N lt I?,
Tho books of Registration wi
be opened in tho Sherill's oilier a
Lauren-, as thc law dir.-ct-, on tb
lir-t Monday in each month, mit
first Monday in duly, 'ss, when tb
law requite- thciii closed until ufte
Ibo ne.\( general election. This i
for the purpose of registering ul
persons w ho have become of apt
or entitled to register since las
election; tn transfer persons fron
ibis to another County, andiron
om? township tn ?mot hm, or fror
one residence lo another.- All till
must be done before or on thc Hrs
Monday in duly, ISS1-. IJQS\ certi
floate- may hu renewed to witlll
?10 days of the ?lection, and tho?
who boco mo of ugo between 1
; July and tho election, muy registe
111 any time Indore tdeel loll.
Those who Refused or Neglectei
to itcglster before (ho lust clcctioi
cannot register until thc Law i
J. WASH WATTS,
Keb. UKI), 1888.
With a full corps ol assistants tb
Lnuronsviljo Kcinalo College wi
reorganize and begin fall sessio
Sept. 10th. ItOOins coin lori abb
Standard high. Special attention t
all Romalo accomplishments, Nm
ami Splendid Pianos. Non-secfa
ritiii. (iovernmenl parentnl. Yoiin
I ladies undo* tho Immodlato caro ?
Mrs. McCeslun and Mrs. X. (' Joi
?dan. Pup:! Vucolved nt any tim
, and charged until end of quarto
Ibm rd $12 per month in ad va nc
Tuition $20, $30. and with classic!
course I IO per Colleginte year, paj
able monthly. We solicit and nbi
to merit public patronage. K<
any information address,
W. M. McOAHLAN,
LAURENS. 8. 0, jHly 20, 188/, lj
Greater and GRAN
OOK OF 1ST
N >1 I> ?N v li; a 'TS A N I ) M ?OKS. now rca.lv for inspection. BRAINS
award m irv'i . , . 1 fin.] cil'-tc m el lindi ortho C REDIT system. One is thc s
11,0 !?:> " '. ' ;' - " 11 . I Ui wealth ami it?d?pendcnco the ot her, well, you ha
A KKW liORT, DK.CLSIVE WORDS, CONDENSED INGOLD S'J
^Under-Buy, Under-Sell, Money Do>
' . ?'. IMA TS AM,. There H no uso io wasting :i dollar \
ill jOa 11V get their goods from Augusta consequently
l e were : i out] 'tito would make I im sweat Voa are aware that the moro a
cannot gel th m ai cheap as one haying a hundred. Our Syndicate import-? all i
tho tacturi.'s. Augusta heim? our biggest market is our distributing point. In I
at loa*1 :i million dollars and nt a saving lo us ol' l? to 25 per cont less than mar
ms. nml oirer. Calico - in (tolls nt lo a yard. Sateens in rolls at 1) a yard. 1)
DHKSS fiOODS AND SILKS. 100 dress patterns in tricots, cash- 10
lllMkinshmeroTmm 10c lol 00 yr I. ,"0rs &o..from ?Oc to 72c a yard. *>
Albatross all wooU I 10 yard. No two alike. 1
38 inch wida albatross ft I . yard. F|t,;. ",. Ul0 L<)nm for ! oo.j ?tr
2)0 yd. mci, wide colored Cash.!20 yds shirting for 1"...
UK -e tricots ul 211 -. (j yds tweed for 1 00. vet
500 yds adored drusi goo ls nt \ >\r An all wool Jersey for 1 00. 1
ttM 1 1;"IO yds check nainsook for 1 00. ha'
Our Shoe Department the Grandes
e, ?ly.? or quality that good taste-can suggest or money eau buy, cnn b
:f 1 iud girls shoes .sro al ways sold by ni too cheap. Try us ou tho shoo q nos
A WORD TO MERCHANTS
E AUGUSTA C
DISTRIlit; I'KHS OK DRY OOODS
THE FURNITURE PALACE
Of .AAXg"U.Sta,. Or EL.
Tho Largst Finest, and Vlost .ReliaW
House in the ?S oui til !
Wo are now rceeiviu
< vcr lind, Slid tlii- i-?
st ami cheapest
THE LEADER S
oth In Styles and Prices al ways sell fug on doa utnrp.lus. We have
all the woods made int? furniture, consisting . : M td igany, l<ify. ntiqur
'? uk, Imltitth n Mal < p,tiiy, nlhtU(vh, tolnl .- li, < ? u und Wainui,
Wainui Sulla, $3.1 00 Marble top.f40 00 Parlor Suits, Plush Walnut
Krui m s, >:.'. t?. ?.r.(i i n. lim silk Parr suit-*, $.Vi co i. $:..( o ? 0,
Wo c irry from | . ?p arl >r ult* arel ti nm I<Mi In |i>-j ,-Vt nb i -nits in slock
lt will pay you lo com und <ee us or write or catalogue an.1 pr|oe lis seul frei
ru itppliC.ltl ni
?imo and price, > e will he glad ti show yoii lhrocf/h
FLEMING uv BOWLES,'
843 Broad St., AugustaGa
--..AM, K NUS OK STAl'I.i: Ol PS, Mell \s - -
BACON, Si c; \n, 'ANDY,
KLOCK, I ICKLKS, CltACK HRS,
MOLASSES, PKPPKR, CAN NK?) GOOl IS
C< ll-'KKK, SPICI OK ALL K I N DI
Car-Loa i o?" Flour just Le oived.
. C'ar-Loac. of Bagging and Ties
WAGONS A IM ID BUaOIES
All of which wo sHI ut HOTTOM I 'la t 'Jt HS.
G-eo. B. Anderson
Lau rene - - - SO
Tho following Act is published in
obedience to instructions from Hon.
J. s. Vernor,Comptroller o > . .
AN ACT to Allow I.'ii i n> prov vu
Lands Which Hnvo Not Hoon on
tho Tux Hooks Since 187o Ioho
Listed Without Penalty.
SUCTION l. fte ft enavted hy thc
' Sonnte and House of llcproscntn
tives of the Slate of Sont li < !a roi i mi,
now mel end sitting in <leneral As?
sembly, and by the authority of tho
samo, Thal in all cases whore unim
proved laud which lins not been
upon the tax books since tho fiscal
, year commencing November ist,
1870, and which aro not on tho for
feited list, shall at any time before
tho Isl day of October, ISSN, I"- re
turned to the County Auditor for
taxation, tho said Auditor be, and
is hereby, instructed to assess thc
same and to enter it upon the dup
licate of tho fiscal year commenc
ing November 1st, issy, with the
simple taxes of Hint your.
S KC. 2. That all such lands tts
may ho returned to tho Auditor for
taxation between tho llrst day of
October, 1888, shall be assessed nnd
( barged with tho simple tuxes of.
? tho two fiscal yours commencing
respectively on the llrst day of No? I
vern ber, 1888, and tho drat day of
Kr.r. 8, That tts soon ns practica-j
Ide aller 11)0 passage ol this Act
tho Comptroller (Jenoral ls directed .
lo furnish a copy of tin: same to j
onch Auditor lu tho Stute, und tho
Auditors ure required lo publish
tho sumo In each of their county pa?
porsonco a week for throo months
during tho year 1888, mid for the
sumo period ol't imo du ring tin-year
1880; and tho JOS! of such publica
tion .shall bo paid hy the County
Treasurer, upon tho order Of the
County Commissioners, out of the
ordinary county tax Inst collected.
ApprOVOtl December li?, 1887.
(i. M. LANGSTON.
Auditor Latir? tts County
ALL pora ais io . hereby notified Hint
the time for paying town taxe* has hoon
extended lo May l.'.th, and that nftor
thia dato, tho penalty will bo enforced.
Hy ordor of Council,
N. ?. MAL.
C. Vy*. fJAKRKTT, Intendant.
THE LAURENS HAR.
j.r. JOHNSON. w. lt. moil KV
JOHNSON * RICHEY,
ATTI) UN KY H AT I. WV.
Orrin: Reining's Corner, NorlliwoH
Pi du of Public Square.
LAU UK NH, .IL, - - - B. \
W. If. M AKTIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
LA I KL NS. li .
M. L. COPELAND,
A T T O lt N 1'. Y A T b A NV ,
LAU ULNA Ci. IL. s. <*.
a% Ofltcu ovor^Natlonal Uank.
ItKN.J. I?. CUNINOHAM,
ATTI . KN KV AT LAW.
LAU K KN S.U.. - - - S. .
N. J . IIOI..MKS. II. V. SIMPSON
HOLMKS & SIMPSON,
ATTOItNKYM AT LAU.
L J RE NS . IL, - - - S. .
N. S. HARRIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
I.AI'KKNS, S. .
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Tylerville, H C, May 8th, 1888-rt
EW SPRING- CIOODS.
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fEKL LANGUAG K
m, CASH BEFORE DELIVERY,==
vliea you caa save it. Aa old timer says Hie "j&.ulg'U.S'tQ.
cannot sell goods as cheap ns others." A big mistake, ami one which
man buys the cheaper he buys. A person Inlying mic case of goods
its own goods direct loan Kiuope and all our staples are brought from
Lliis way wo got first choice every season cd* a stock that will aggregate
ket vallie. 11'tills were not, 80 how could we und.-rs.-Il (mr CUIIIpUti|.<
ress Goods in mils at l? yard. 20 yardssta- dard prints for I ntl.
yards .Jeans for SI 00 Kmbrolderitis enough lo load the
yards white lawn for 1 00, Ireat Kastcm, in Tulle. Nainsook,
Hack and colored silks, a new liac, ! 'nmbric. \c, Torchon, Melia and
icily first class. Val lau es. Flouncing, a beautiful
Prim Illings in braid, plushes, vol- line.
s, huttons &c. to correspond. Now Spring Gloves In Lisio silk
Don't buy a line dress until yon nd kid, in plain and embroidered
re seen these. ?backs.
;t Success of our Business.
o found here. Spccln dr'vors in Lad os lino sha ?H; di tin ia Men's line shoes
"1 Don't lilly uiilil yon see u>. an hisp? ellon rosis you nothing nu.I limy
^) bo I he menus of saving v u s o\ oral dollars
ASH C0MP?N, '
AND SHOES FOR THE BIGGEST.* YNMMCATK IN THK SOUTH.
GR?Y & Mm
Alive on hnnd nnd for salo ou bettor terms than over before
50,000 PINE SHINGLES.
Ceiliiv, Flooring, Boxing, Moulding, Brokots, Balusters Sawed ami Turned
I irv ami First-class, ready to bc nailed down. When you need such
cotiie and i/et sizes ami iprtces, %ve liavo nil si/.e-t on hand cheap,
rv Wein Doors and Blinds. I hi rough lumber for frame work
UK AY & ANDERSON
Laurens C. H . S
- ? NEW?
IE FA ll TURI!
Having decided to devote my time exclusively t
the sale of Shoes and Hats, I wuldsay to
the public that all in need of such
Goods can save money by giv
ing me a ca l.
Shoes .(fc\,-r\' hind. The flucsl assortment In town, und will be
sold on Hu; closest margin.
W. Il . (J AR Ii KTT,
GARRETT'S S HOE STORE,'
LAURENS, 8. C.
HAVING\)ponod'outa full l'uo of STAPLE ANO FANCY GRO
OERIES in the town of Lau run-. pcctmlly invite the buying
public to call and seo us. We propose to carry everything in tho way
of plantation supplies, stu b as
Corn, Bacon, Flour, Meal, Molasses, Sugar
Coffee, Lard, Rice, Grits, Plows, Plow
Stock?, Plow Bolts, Single Trees,
and every!bing usually carried in ii first-class Grocery Store all 'of
Willoh we propos,, to sell ?it very close price-, '
Wc would call special attention to our lino of Laundry ami Toilet
soaps. Having bought in large qtinntltlos, wo can olTer special Induce
ments tn dealers ns well ;as consumers, (?ur line of Toilet Soaps I?
completo, prices ranging li om 25 couts a cake down to thieu mikes for
. ? couts.
John M. ('lardy, salesman, would bo pleased to have his frlunds
ami acquaintances to call ami sro bim.
FOWLER I! LOOK
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an 17 Iv
R. H. MUDGE Nib J. J .Pl USS
Laurens Iron Foundry
nVEavClxixie ?31xo joe:
limier Um iiLnvo henel wo hiivt? CCm mendal biigfotfttt ami ?re
now propnred t<> muk? nil kinds of
Castings and Machine Repair Work.
We will Mv# prompt attention to al) work ?lint may l?o given
tis, anti will pe tliiinklnl foi liberal patronage..
Laurens Iron Foundry and Machine Shops