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LAUBENThTs. O., Dec. 26, IK?8.
The colored lire companies pnrudcd
to-day. They presented a splondid ai>
jaunty uniform? und ure u great credit
to their town. The best thing about
thorn though is that they uro ullfuys
ready to work like heroes in time of
Hoiiinoftim p. -1?i?? to b? in Laurent!
During in- ClirlHtmiiH Bfttfton.
Miss Hibloy, of Augustu, und Miss
Dibble, of Orangehurg, will be with
Miss Mary Garrott.
Mrs. Brooks, of Seneca, Mr. Parker
.Ionian, of G renn wood, Mr. Darby Ful
ton, of Columbia, Mr. Crook of Annls
ton. Ala., and Miss Austin, ot Clinton,
with Mr. McCaslan's family.
Mr. L. W. Boyd, of Augusta, with
his mother, Mrs. Lucy Boyd.
Miss Corlnno Bitts, Mis? Claudia
Irby and Miss Mary ('iiiinon will be at
home from Converse College.
"How About the Weather."
The Weekly Courier-Journal, pub
lished at Louisville, Ky., delights in
keeping its subscriberstguessing. In
addition to being the greatest Demo?
cratic newspaper published, it has been
a pioneer in enterprises that require
thought and figuring on the part of its
subscribers. The Weekly's estimating
contest on the election in 1892, by
Which $14,400 in gold coin wore dis
tributed among forty-live guessers, is
a sample of this. Tho latest guessing
oiler of this paper is on the weather
that one subject on which wo all con
sider ourselves prophets. The Weekly
Courier-Journal proposes to give$1,000
in casli to its subscribers who can name
the coldest day in the month of Febru
ary, 1801, at Louisville, Ky., and guoss
closest to tho lowest temperature on
this day. The contest closes January
31| 18U1. Every new subscriber who
sends $J can make on" guess: and every
old subscriber who renews, sending $1.
can guess. Send for a sample copy of
the paper for full particulars. Write
at once, as the time is short.
thoir neat and
.Man I.: .<' ill BeltOlt.
Yesterday at 1 o'clock at tho elegant
homo of tho bride at Belton, Captain
A. B. Byrd, of Greenville, was mar
ried to Mrs. A. B. Brown.
Doth of tho contracting parties ai'O
well known in Greenville. Captain
Byrd has long been a resident of this
city, and until recently was superin
tendent of the C, K. & W. railway.
Mrs. Byrd was a resident of Green
ville for some years where she made a
host of friends by her princely hospi
tality and charming entertainments.
Tlio ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Charles Manly D. L).. in tho pres
ence of tho immediate members of the
two families and .? few intimate friends.
Captain Byrd und wife will make
their home at Beb m. This marriage
unites two large and highly connected
families, known and esteemed all over
The many friends of Captain and
Mrs. Byrd extend congratulations.?
Capt . Byrd is a native and everybody
in the county knows and likes htm. Ail
of us congratulate him and his wife
and wish them many, many years of
She has Passed Away.
Died, ? :40 OOlook on the morning of
the 22 Nov. 1808 of paralysis,at her resi
dence at Crowder's Station, South
Highlands, Mrs. S. B. Carrett. aged
10 yours, ton uiou6hot?ud thirteen uays.
Sirs. Carrett was well known in this
city, being one of the earliest settlers of
Birmingham, having moved there in
December) 1871. Showasa momberof
tho First Prosbytorian Church, she
leaves an aged husband, three children
and several grand children to mourn
The funeral will take place from the
residence Friday morning at 10'oclock.
Friends and acquaintances are invited
to attend. Interment at Oak Hill ceme
Notice to Stockholders.
The regular annual meeting of Stock
holders of the Laurens Building and
Loan Association will bo held in the
Court House on Tuesday, the 2d day of
January next at T o'clock, p. in. Busi
ness of ImportaUCO should come up he
fore the meeting, but cannot unless a
quorum of stock bo represented. You
are therefore urged to at tended or give
your proxy to some one.
C. W. TUNE,
Soo'y and Troas.
Ii leans Notice.
Christmas has past but the opportu
nity to get great bargains is still open
at Simmons Bros.
Will you Btlflbr with Dyspepsia und
Llvor trouble when Oleim Hprints
water will euro you. Ytoi can not it >it
A few cloaks left. Prices no consid
eration. To close them out this week.
(?lonn Springs water i? specially uoorl
for nil kidney and bladrlor iron hies. Ii
will romove atone irom the blMdder In ;>
SMUtl.' and speedy manner. For aale lv
It is not yet too late to (jot a great
bargain in a suit of the latost style at
High class job printing done at
Wc will not consider value in our
millinery department. Sweeping re
ductions on till classes of goods. Sim
Glenn Springs water is kept, in ease
and on drauulit by Kennedy llros.
You are, lucky if you have not bought
your winter dress for Simmons Bros,
have shaved all profit off of their fow
handsome dress patterns thev have
*lf you are suffering from head-ache.
lOSH Of appetite and weakness, try n ease
ol Glonn Springs water and yon will feel
better. For sale by Kennedy Bros?,
Don't forget that we have the largest
stock of shoes in Laurens and that wo
will sell them very close to reduce
stock Simmons Bros.
The Sou Hoard Air Line.
Parties going East or West will do
well to write or see
J. x. Wright,
Laurens, S. C.
Soliciting 1'rieght and Passenger
Agent of Sea Board Air Line.
"Akkaukw'iiia, Dec. H 18911.
"Mr. J. N. Wright:
"Dkah Sir:?I am glad to say that by
your and Mr. Hush's help and instruc
tions we came through all right. The
conductor*) were as kind and attentive
as they could be. Yours, etc.,
"V. Ki oknk Teao?K."
This party left Laurens 10 A. M. on
tho 12th of December by P. R. & W. C.
to Greenwood. Thonco by H. A. L. and
W. & A. & McKensie route, reaching
^destination iu early morning December
14tb. J, N. Wun.iir,
Bolicitiug Freight aud Passenger Agent
of 8oa Board Air bine.
HappouiiitfH of the Week.
Judge-elect It. 01 Wutts is at homo.
Mr. W. W. Ball, after a luonth's ab
sence in Columbia, but) ruturucd home.
Miss Surah Ball is spending Xmas
with friends in Walhalla.
Miss Lydia Irby is visiting friends in
Mibs iiattie Jones is spending the
holidays with relatives in Spnrtunourg.
Senator Trby has returned from
Washington for Christmus.
Vance [rby is at home from the Cita
Fleming Jones and Miss Emmie Jonos
are at home from schools 111 Columbia.
Mr. ?!. 15. ( lark, of Asheville. N. C,
is in the city for the holieays.
Miss Josle Martin is at home from
the Greenville Female College.
Barrett Wright, of Piedmont, is vis
iting his parents in tho city.
. Miss Iiattie l-'rierson is visiting her
Bister, Mrs. .1. c. Garlington, in Spar
Suporintendant Scaife of the Graded
Schools, has gone to his home in Union
for the holidays.
Miss Mary MeCarloy, the accom
plished and populur teacher of the
Ueno School is in the city.
. Miss Allie Wehb has returned from
a visit to Augusta and the lower part
of this S'ate.
Miss Kloise Wright arrived from
Spartatlburg last week to spend a few
days at home.
Klb Poolo and Plorre l*'ike are at
homo from Wofford spending the
ttev. D. A. Todd is spending Christ
mas with his friends and relatives in
Miss Josle Minter is at home from
Clifford Seminary. Union, for the
< ihrlstmas fest Ivitios.
Laurons is delighted to welcome
Supt. A. W Anderson and wife who
art' spendng Christmas with relatives
in the city.
Sam b\ Garllngtoil, one of the prom
inent young lawyers of the Aagusta.
Ga.. bar, is in tho city visiting his pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. C. GarltngtOll.
James Dial and Albert Teague, two
promising young Laurens boys, stu
dents at the Davis School, Winston,
N. C, are at home to eat Christinas
Miss Edna Lyall's picturosquo novel
of "To Bight the Wrong" has been SO
successful t hat the American publish
ers. Messrs. Harper & Brothers, have
just Issued a second edition.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas l\ Jones are
in the city for the holidays. Mr. Jones
is president of the Cuthb'ert College in
South West Georgia and is meeting
with original SUCC08H as an educator.
They are welcomed most heartily by
their hosts of friends here.
There was a very small lire on the
cotton platform last week caused by
one of tho hands running over a match
with his trucks. There was no serious
A barn on Mr. John HuirstonV place
near Goldvillo was destroyed by fire
with all its contents last week. Origin
of the lire is supposed to have been.
The Cotton Manufacturing Comany
certainly moves 1). I). Little and W. s.
Glonn around promiscously. [f thoy
arc moved around much more we doubt
seriously if they can toll where? their
boarding placo Is.
The members of the Baptist church
will have a Christinas tree on Monday
evening tor the benefit of their Sunday
Mr. Hunter 1'inney. who left for
Texas last wcok, says tio is very much
pleased with the West.
All the merchants seem to be very
busy this week
Mrs. Daniel and grand daughter, of
Augusta, are visiting M rs. Ii. T. < !riI'
ll n t his week.
Mrs. I lean and children returned
home from Augitsta. where they have
been spending some time with rela
Rvorybody horo arose quito oarly
this morning (Xmas) loud and noisy
und from tho many liandsomo prosents
[touting ni'OUnd, With invitations to
tui'koy dinners proves that thoro Is
plenty of life and money in our old
town yet, in spite of the hard times.
And us 1 have boon one of those for
tunate uhaps I begin to agree with
Synod (you know this body is com
posed mostly of proachors and they
speak from the Blblo] that this is one
of the best towns in the land.
We were all very much surprised to
hoar Of Mr. Austin Robertson's marri
age which took place yostorday in An
derson county. Wo. will let you know
later who the lucky widow is. Uncle
Aus has not been making big trips for
Sv\W have boon busy for the past two
ninths u> keep up out'communleal ions
butXvill rosumo our post and tho first
time wo are in town renew our sub
script ion to The Advertiser for it is
a welcome visitor.
Thqro seems to exist in the minds of
tho people a belter place just ahead
from the amount of moving about in
the last t wo weeks.
Messrs. A. 15. Brown, M. II. Leslie,
and DaviTl Reese have moved to Diek
ens county. Mes-i>. Marvin and Aaron
Watkinsaml VVfStur OwillgS will fol
low soon. \
Mr. Burnett KobePVm has moved to
the Lent Williams plaV and Mr. Mil
ton Moore will occupy thy place next
Mr. .lames Kntrekin has, moved to
Mr. A. B. Burns near Orn Hjal Mis.
Moore will take his place.
Mr. .fames Todd has rented tho hue
Joshua Burn's place.
Mr. Wille Bobo has bought laiiu.
near Young's old store aiu! has moved
to it. Wo rogrot to give him up for ho
is a model farmer, having made this
?jo bales of cotton, total weight. 0827
lbs., and plenty of corn, with two
mules and one Of themhlind at that.
Mr. V. ('. Garrott has moved to the
Lnnson Owons place on Warrior crock.
Mr. David Ualontino has bought n
pari of tho Willll place and will occupy
tho Winn house until ho can build. Wo
welcome Brother Dave in our midst.
Mr. .lohn Beadle, of the far West,
is .visiting Mr. Ruthaford Brain lett.
Mrs. Mary Garrott, of Greonvillo, is
visiting her sister Mis> Mat Burns.
It, A. .1.
Thin or gray hair and bald heads, ho
displeasing to many people a? marks
ofagd may be averted for a long time
by a.dng Hall'.-- JJair Ronewer.
M in Union ol the Second section of
the Reedy River Association will moot
with the TPrlncoton Church, on Friday
before the fifth Sunday in December.
Introductory Sermon by Bro. Joe A.
Martin: Missionary Sermon by Bro.
Queries?1st. Why do Bantist re
strict the -Lord's Supper? By Lewis
2d. Docs the Bible leach entire con
secration? By L. H. Roper.
(Id. How should Christians observe
Christinas day? ' By J. H. Bramlett.
j. H. Nash, Clerk.
As Billy Barlow is now on Georgia
soil we will ondeavor to givo you a few
Mrs. M. W. W. Bryson und little
daughter, Nannie, uro snugly en
sconced for the wiutor and teaching
with Mm. M. B. Mitchell.
Mr. G. W. Duvall, who has boon for
the post few month.? attending Os
homo's Business College In Augusta,
returned homo- this week for tho com
Our joung M. D., Mr. W. E. Barks
dalo. hat* turned trainman and is now
employed on tho G. <& L. R, R.
Miss .Sallic Monroe, who has been
visiting in our town returned homo
Monday to tho sorrow of out young
Cottonseed are bought to such an
extent in our town that every ware
house and available freight car is
brought into service.
The school at Yeargin's Academy
will open tho first Monday in January,
lie in readiness.
All are through work und everyone
Booms to bo getting in holiday attire
for a merry Christmas.
Mr. W. H. Mitchell leaves for ope
rator's work at Woodlawu the 20th.
The public are cordially invited to
contribute to our Christmas troo On
Christmas night. All will be arranged
in nice order und much pleasure may
be anticipated. Wo think the selection
of Mr. and Mrs. Santa Clans quite apro
No other sarsaparllla has equaled
Hood's in the relief it gives in severest
eases of dyspepsia, sick headache, bil
Till Owens had the misfortune to get
his hand badly out by means of a shin
Walter Barksdale is now baggage
master on the Greenville and Laurens
J. C. Todd and Miss Bossle McKin
ley visited Miss Ulu Blakely recently.
J. Ben Biggins was married on the
18th inst. to Miss Martin at Cayce,
Mississippi. We wish them a pleas
ant and nappy journey through lifo.
Little Nannie, the hello of this plaee
received a nice present given by the
Many thanks to "Sloeum Gilson" for
he; kind invitation to the fishing party.
Come up during Christmas, Sloeum,
and sve will go fox hunting.
Stockliolclor's Meet Inff.
Tho regular annual meeting of Share
holders in Tho Nat ional Bank of Lau
rens S. C, for the election of Directors
will be held ut their Banking House,
on Tuesday, 9th of January. 181(4.
Jno. a. Barksdale, Pros.
St ate op Ohio. City ou Toledo, )
Lucas County. \
Prank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is the senior partner of the firm of F.
.f. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for euch
und every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by tho use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Prank j . Cheney.
Sworn to before and subscribed in
my presence, this Oth dav of December,
A. I). 1880.
. ?'? j a, W. Gleason,
) seal -
' ?' Notary Public
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
p. j. Cheney ..v Co., Toledo, o.
t& Sold by Dl'UggistO, T?c.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION~OF
m SMTML bank or laurens"
At the Close of Business, Doc. 19. 1893.
Loans and discounts, $ 70,175 26
Overdrafts, secured 2*20 30
U, s. Hunds to secure circula
tion, 10,000 00
ItaukiuK-housp, furniture, and
fixture*. 3,975 R6
Due from national I! inks (not
Iveservo Auouts) 2,001 10
Due I'roin State Hanks nnd
Hankers, 'ill 00
Duo I'roin approved rosorvo
agents, 21,057 72
Chocks and othor cash items. 2,501 84
Molesoi oilier National Banks, 3,095 tK)
Fractional paper currency,
IllOkles, and cents, 71 00
Lawful Money Reserve in
Specie, 8/110 45
r.oaal-tendor notos, 8,075 00 H,?lS? 15
Untloinpiion fund with ''? s.
Treasurer (5 per cont. of
oiroulation, 720 on
Total, $138,801 31
Capital stock paid in, $ 03.C00 00
Surplus rund, 12,000 00
Unulvhiod profit*, less expen
ses mid taxes paid, 2,728 43
National Mink notes outstand
ing. 12,751) IK)
Due toother National Hanks. 160 f;">
Due to Stale Hanks and hank
ers, 1,078 81
Dividends unpaid, 248 00
Individual deposits subject to
cheek, '11,410 07
Thno certificates of doposit, 4,827 02
Total, $189,804 111
1. .lohn Augustus Marksdule. Cashier
oi the above-named hank, do solouinly
swear I hut l bo above statement is true
to Ilia best id' my knowledge and boliot.
.John AUO. DaItKHDAi.n,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 23d day of Dec. 1893.
John M. (Ji.ahov, j, i?, i.. c?
Co It 11 HOT- Attest:
'P. K. TuliU, )
c. I), it \ it K s D A L13, - Di reo tore.
15. K. POSEY, >
TrustOOS of all tho School Districts
of (/aureus County arc required to
make immediate reports to School
Commissioner of all the children with
in their District between six and twen
ty-one years old. Also, names of all
persona liable, to poll tax. Promptness
is necessary that the apportionment of
t" i hool funds may be made in good
TIIKHE evil] bohHlotho lowest bid
Iwr tho building <>f a\bridjie tit (iood
uion's Factory, aoross jRabun Greek, on
Woducsday. 10 of .JnnurjC nOXt, at 11
o'clock A. M. The Coiniinyssioners rc
BorVO the rilvit to reject any and nil bids1
Contractor tow ve bond, With ample bo*
cmiiy for thou faithful performance of
the hainc. 15y ?wlor of the board.
\ 11. P. ADAIK,
\ C. B. C. U. I.. On
M. L. Bullock, (Nark,
JAS. P. ?W?LS0N!
in oflicc at Honea Path,\fj.,
every day except Friday, wheK 1
will be in oflicc at WilliamstolV
Nitrous Oxide Gas and Odon
tundfci administered lor painless
extraction of teeth.
Lint of tattert?
Remaining in the Post Office at Lau
rens, 8. 0.| unclaimed, for the wtek end
ing December 18. 1803:
A. ?Anderson, L C: Atwell, Mrs Ii W.
B. ?Branson, Harris; Brvson, R J ;
Bryson, W II; Bryson, W Wj Bullock,
R G . Blackstock, Ike.
C?Culbertson, L C.
D.?Dnckett, David; Dorrob, J D.
F. ?Fuller, T.I.
H. ?Hunter, George; Henderson, Mrs
I. ?Irviu, Rufus.
I. .?Loeke, Miss Maggie; Leauian, W
H : Lindsay, D W. '
M.?Mosluv, Miss Mattie; McCan, J
M, M D.
N.?Nelson, L F.
P.?Pitts, Jef: Pinflon, E B.
T.?Tompleton, S K ; Turner. W H ;
Turner, Sauiuol .1.
\y.?Wilkerson, Miss Jane, Watts,
Simpson; Wricc, Mrs Julia; Winters,
KOIl TUB WEBK BNOINCI DBCBMDBB 11, '03.
A. ?Abrains, Barney; Anderson, D. T.
B. ?Blanden, Miss Hell.
G. ?Cannon, Mess; Cnnnningham,
F. ?Parroll, F. A.; Franke, Mrs. J.
G. ?I). 11. Glenn.
II. ?Hix, Miss Ida; Hunter, D. A.;
Hickson, E. A.
1 .-?Ivy, Milton.
J.?Jones, Max A.; Jones, Mitchell;
Johnson, Dr. J. B.
K.?Knight, Matthew L.
It.?Riddle, M. Powers: Diddle, A. s.
8.-?Spencer, Mrs. Carrie.
T.? Terry, Alex ; Tal bort, Tom ; Terry,
J. M. ; Tucker, Miss America.
W.?Wriee, W. S.; Wbarton, Miss
Rossie; Williams, Mm. Caroline.
One package Merchandise?Mrs. Thos
One Package as First Class Matter?
Mrs. Elleu Williams.
Persons calling for any of above let
ters will ploaso say, "They are adver
tised." T. B. Crews, P. M.
SO?" Subscribe for the advertiser
now and get the election news of next
your for ON K DOLLAR.
Alliance Notice. .
The first quarterly meeting of tho
Laurens- County Alliance will meet
?he fir^t Fridav In January next, at
11 o'clock A. M.
Every Ailianceman in the county
is urged to bo present, the condition
of tho country demands that every
Farmer and Mechanic, and ail
wealth producers', shoird come to
'he front and let those who are so
perstsitontly opposing the demands
'hat we aro contending for, and
which are so necessary to our pro
gress and welfare, know that we
mean business and will still bo in
i he ring in the struggles of 18o4.?
ICach Sub-Al?ancc will take notice
and s^nd a full delegations. Wesus
ges4 that the Christmas holidays
could not bo better spent than in
organizing and doing Alliance work.
Sanator Irby and other distin
guish speakers of the State will be
John M. Hudgenp,
taue new subscriptions and orders lor
jobs, etc. Mr. Ilellanis is now travel
ling in the interest of he tpaper.
To my friends and customers:
I laving been greatly injured by the
recent lire at Laurens sustaining
heavy losses by tin; destruction of my
property and contents 1 would kindly
ask all who are indebted to me, by note
Or otherwise to come forward at once
and settle or I shall 1)0 compelled to
hand all accounts without any excep
tions in the bands of an ofllcor for col
lection. I hope that my friends will
coino forward in my time of need and
show their friendship by prompt settle
ment of their accounts. Address all
communications and all orders for
Christmas liquors, etc., to my place of
business. Orders solicited, which will
receive prompt attention.
A ugusta, Ga.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Laurens,
Court of Common Picas.
L. S. Fuller as Administrator, and heir
at law of John R. Fuller, deceased,
Plaintiff against Kitty E. Fuller, et.
Complaint for Relief, lite.
Notice is hereby given that a Ref
erence in the above stated ease will bo
held before me at the olliee of Rail.
Simkins & Rail, attorneys at law, Lau
rens c. IT.. s. Con Thursday the 18th
day of January, 18Q4; at 10 pMock \.
M. and all persons holding olaiois
against the estate of John R. Fuller,
deceased, an; hereby notified to pre
sent and prove t lie same before me on
that dav or thev will he barred.
LEWIS W. SIMKINS,
ot* Settlement and Application
for Fluni Discharge
Take notice that on the 25th day
of January, 1894, 1 will render a
final account of my acts and do
ings as Executor of the estate
oi Reason Curry, deceased, in the
oflice of Judge of Probate for Lau
rens county at 10 o'clock a. m.,
and on the same day will apply for
a final discharge from my trust as
All persons having demands
against said estate will please pie
sent them on or before that day,
proven and authenticated, or be for
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Lau kens,
In Court of Probate.
Wfi&RBAs, I>. A. Knight, has
applied to me for Letters of
Administration, on the estate of
Iressn Hall, deceased?
These arc therefore to cite and
admonish all and singular the kin
dred and creditors of said deceased,
to be ami appear before me at.a
Court of Probate to bo holden at
my office at Laurons, S. 0., on the
6th day of jar.. ;il to o'clock A.
M., to show cause, it any they can
. wliy letters should not be granted.
V|Givon under my hand and seal
W. C. CURRY,
CHEfUPT CHZ^IPT CHEfIPT
-ARE THE PRESENTS AT
1Dn. H. lyl^lRTIISrS J9r Store
Call and see where you will find Presents for Young and Cid. Rich and
Poor Make your Parents, your Children, your Sweetheart
and Ypurseif Happy by Buying.
fiaV Come often and buy often from
Traynham oc Dial's Bloek, Laurens? S. C, Nov. 27. 1S93-t-.it
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Our Stock must be reduced in the next 60 days. In order to reduce our stock we arc offering our entire
Greatly jRedUccct Prices.
Now is your chance to buy your entire Winter Goods Cheap. We arc going to make some changes in our
Stock January, 1894. In order to make the desired change we must close out our entire .Stock of Winter
Dress Goods, Minincry, Shoes and Jeans.
The above is no catch penny, we mean exactly what wc say. Our stock must be closed out. It is im
possible to quote Reduced Prices as the busincsc is composed of Thousands of items for which space is not
obtainable at this time. First callers will get the cream of the Bargain. Wc have several l?ig Bargains bought
within the last week that will pay you to examine. Ladies! Don't fail to see the JJig Bargains :it which we
arc selling our Dress (Joods and Trimmings.
CLOAKS I CLOAKS ! ! Wc have a handsome line of Cloaks to be closed out. Come at once and get
SHOES! SHOES!! We have the largest stock of Shoes in Laurens, and they must be closed out in
the next 60 days. Now is your chance to buy your Winter Shoes Cheap. See our Slock and Prices and
we will be sure to sell you.
Very Respect lull)', ,,
W. ??m Jj^'?*??tv^*> ?"? ."5. lUUu, MANAGERS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Lauuens.
The People's Loan & Exchange
Hank of Laurens, S. C., against
W. II. Garrctt and W. C. Irby.
Pursuant to :i decree of the court
in Ihc above stated case, I will sell
at Laurens C. H., S. C, on Sales
day in Jan. [894, the same being
Tuesday, the 2<1 day of the month,
during the legal hours of sale, at
public outcry to the highest bidder,
all thai tract or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in (he Coun
ty of Laurcns, Slate of South
Carolina, and containing Eighty
live Acres, more or less, und bound
ed on the North by other lands of
\V. LI. Garrctt, on tbcEasl by lands
ol Max Zarek, South by lands of
Miss U. T. Irby and West by J. L.
M. Irby and L. E. Irby's estate,
and known as part of the Williams
Term? One half cash, balance
on credit of twelve months with in
terest on the credit portion from
the day of sale. Credit portion to
be secured by the bond of the pur
chaser and a mortgage of the prem
ises, with leave to the purchaser to
pay his entire bid in cash. If pur
chaser fails to comply with terms
of sale property to be resold on the
same or some subsequent salcsday
at his risk. Purchaser to pay for
GE?. S. McCRAVY,
Dec. 4, '93 Sheriff L. C.
STATE ok SOUTH CAROLINA,
County ok Lauiiexs.
Court of Common l'leus.
Copy Summons lor Relief.
I>. 11. Tongue and Albert A. (Jar
litiglon ns executors of the will
of Nutciss.i Mi Garlington de
ceased Plaint lift against L. 0.
Teaguo and R. F. Tongue Dofen
To the Defendants L. 0. Tongue and
It. F. Tongue
You nre hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint
in thi-s action, of which 11 copy is
herewith served upon yoti, and to
serve n copy of your answer to the
said complaint on the subscribers
nt this ofllco in the city of Aikon
S. ('. within twenty days after UlO
service h< roof, exclusive of the day
ot such service; and if you tail to
answer the complaint within (he
lime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action >s"i 11 apply to the Court for
the relief demanded in the com
CROFT & CHA FEE,
Dated Nov. 1st, A. I). 1898.
To the Defendants, L. 0. 1'oague
und K. F. Tcttglie:
Take notice; that the complaint
in this action together with the
summon ;, of which the foregoing is
.1 copy, wasllled in the ofllco of tin
clerk of the court at Laurens 8, ?.,
on the 6tll day ol Nov. 1803.
CROFT & CHAFFS
,Nov. 7, 't).'i.( ->*vr
Dec. 5Ty ^l.:-'
STATE os ?
applied to I
Jane Rice, di
These arc tjjjjj
admonish all ;
died and credit*
to be and appcL.
Court of Probate ,>-.
my office at Laurent
3d day of Jan. 1S9J,
a. in., to show causc,i .
why letters should nc
Given under my h
this yth day of Deccnr
JOHN M. CLV
Dec. 11, '93.?at
Valuable property in H
Laurons. The old pVesbytj
und lot containing about
Tin? church building is of 1>
the very be-1 condition and;
verted into a splendid PC
Also u very d.-i ruble buihK
to the new Pmpl ist ohiir-flH
on Main si reel andl on
Both of these lots ape v
to the bii-io^ iuJ' '
all t be ehurehos and \\u]
'Phis is a good 'MM'oi-i',,
1 tors and persons .b-siri'
home in the thriving (^...
< "< >n 11111111 lent (Wi^aUBi^
or II. V. Simpson, eoiunTnTr"
STATE ok SOUTH CARc
Court of Conii/^^^
. ^ <?-'
Copy Summons lc *
B. II. Tongue and
lington as exot
of Nareissa .V.
tin's aguinsl It. 1
13. Tongue defem
To the dofotidants]
and X. 13, Tcague.
\ on are hereby b
required to answer 1
in this action,,nT ttdil
herewith serVed upoi
servo u copy of you ' 1
said complaint 011 tIn
;ti (his ofiice in 1 he t
s. 0. within t weuty <l
service hereof, 1 xclusi
of such service;. y
ssver the complain! \vi
aforesaid, the plaint!
ti hi will apply i ? Ihe
relief demanded In tl
Dated Nov. 1st, \\ I).
To the defendants, R< ^
and N. E. Tongue.
Take notico t hal I ho co
in this action, logoilhei w
summons, of which :
a copy, was filed hi i .
clerk of the court, al
on tho Olli day of N<
Nov. 7, ".,:J-(?t I
Arc very essential
person is ill and a
Oil medicines caniv ??
bly have the
powers like v 1
DE. B. F. ??
keeps nothing but \i
purest Drugs and
and people wnnlli
in my line will du w
1 also carry a large
r.oilcl Articles, Slalionc*'
Cigat'S, Colognes, T<
Laundry Soap and a
and one other things I
a lirst-class Drug Stoic
of reliable houses const
hand and sell them at 1
prices. Yours foi mutual