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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 August 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Do L>aw4 Ar., Hmllln*. If Do suo's growln' wann, an1 it mukcs deft nig* . KT Blnjr, |\ AI i P? Luw<1 ?? wBiniiiir on do lan*ll Ali. ?lo a r nm mighty ptousant nt do BUtfmor ond o' Kpritiff, F, Do Lnwd um t.r Hmllln' on do Inn' .)1 do1- C'' k0''''1' ?'?r Jo top do fuM,x Do La?*l nm oritnlllu' on do Inn, AM ?io awful young weepers nm or orewlln' on do ll?*, Do Lnwd nm orsmliin' on do lun'^ Oil. smile on, mulle oil. Rutilo, ob. good LaWd, koop on wld do bright UKTII, HIIIK on, HIIIK on, nintr. oh. H?IIIIOI mnn, wny up lu yer high mlifhi. o' Oh, do wild sallot's growl ir in do corridor *? fonce, . Do Lnwd am or siiiillir on do lani I *? ?. mighty ?In?? i Irk i n', but lt B*VO hoap or VpeiM.-. ' Do Lnwd in or sinlllti' on de Ina Oh, de hORij Jowl .?' dodger da will // man 1er tn-/, Do Lnwd fe. i i r mi Hin' ?III do lt An or good Kilkee e r Hbo, bow da ? I li!';'i I'S Jfv , Do LawJ nu IT sm?lin- on d...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 August 1885

v^.?urrm; f?iittrr?inrr. ./. C. QA A*/,/.Y(/7?;.Y, i,. /." ' LAU1U3NS, AIXQUST tl), 1,885. Subscription ^e^&Konths; Si.";). PAY A IHJI?? i X t\ l')V \ X'-' '*. Rat's r-n- Ad vert Ist n?*. ordlnnry ' d voi'tlninnoittH, poi* i?|U!iro, Ono Inn r (tollt ?i.OOj-.?ftoll SO '?:*.'' I I' lit i M i (Jim, BO ?.?.nts, i Lt born I rod notion nindi) fer Itirgo Ad vortl?oinontM. J. c. OAltIdJS'(?TON A CO., i Proprietors. 1 [YIotiunictitH <<> tirant In tho Tho groat soldi- jr now ./ ?ts ho nott th t't" od. \V . ? : /uro that tho public aro hoar ti lt? tired of hearing so much aiuiiy/the life and death of (Jenoral (IU/NT, ?ind it i not Tor th ' purpose Of eulogizing "!';"' Idm that wo agata !.. forth his ?(anio. Nor would wo, nt this Illirie, Standing at tin foot (d' tito now-made grave, iir raign his elun'ticter. NV o are eon tent to let liiiii rest where his poo plo have lilaceil him, and let time bring to/light the true olcniebis of his churrnctor. Thvu tin1 North s]?n;?.l worship h...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 August 1885

fjOCAl/TPttMN. All lt costs ?J- ndollnrn your. Roy. I). A. TOM. b> nt CUoiln Sprlni {.'HUD GtLVN't' wr.nl:? td IcCi.v Nov. Voil;. Vu. Ti I-?? Toon Ima returned frouftl Rilli ;.. \i some IOOUIM (hov ivlil Vlllo, N. c. Head tho AJIVKUTI O?0 lo KllllHCl'lbo. 1 f you don't :;i vo I come up n dosing. Col, |i, W. DA i<ii nial fuinlly uro vudt-j lng nt Cross rilli. Capt.JNo. W. WAITS' Cai illy uro visit ing i:i Nev. ix ; : v. ret lt mod from visiting Ji Ti JOHNSON, H??q.,l II visit in tin., country. M ra. .7. w. l''i{iiGt'HON ia vlaill Newberry < 'ounty, Dr. THOMAS MO?'OY loft a tow Ugo lor th,- mountains. "TONY*" COMITON took i. .': ol Nowborry on Friday. Dru minora how booti ni nMiuoroif than iruats, this season. Mrs. Si-o,;r, ot* Alliniulil, lier mot lier, M 1 : .1.1 M..'. I?, Caterpillars have tipponred in tho colton HoldH <>r < Ire? iivlllc. ClilolilKiun WA I.TOM, ol' (lu- Piro De partment, is in (Jrconvlllo. .J. I). Sn KA HAN ?ind A. Ilii.vj**: in New York buying }{...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 August 1885

A L? SK tam Att?Ani?AH, T In? Growing Crop* and th? ? inn in., ? .un H inouwealth-Ureat Attraction? for I ni ?- " " ?rauta. [(JProtean Occasional Corr^i*0n<'*"'.) W PINK BLUF?, AUK., August 7.-Not withstanding the groat financial deprcs- < sion that lias hoon Jolt all over Arkan- 1 sns the present summer, tho prospects \ of the State wore never brighter or i inore encouraging. Tho star of hope . Shin**4 with new beauty ami splendor up- n t' is people. The seasons during the outiro year have been all that could DO desired, ami crops arc simply im in*? . Cattle are in fine condition, hud tho woods arc alive with hogs and Wild game. The game law will soon bc out for this season, thou ticer and turkey hunting will begin. This mar ket is kept glutted with game during the winter. I have seen as many as twelve deer brought, in ata time. The "tinny tribe" is very abundant in tho river herc, and it is no uncommon tiling to see fish that, will weigli from fifty to seventy-five pounds ??...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 August 1885

VOL. I. Tho Chorister. Know on thu high-pitched minster roof at?t ?piro, Snow on tho boupKn of tho leafless llndtn trees; Snow on thu silent esicctB and squares thnt freczo I j Under night's Wing 4o4rii-dropping IIIK'I nif\ nigher. Inside thc church, wltitwi tho shadowy che i'. I ?'in burns Un- |%iups liku lights on vaporo H SOUS; Drowned are th? vu,. s ul droned Utanioi: lillirrutl aa In druatns tttu volco of priest ?? "1 choir, . L'olil hath mnulisd loiiko to slumber herc! U hark, Gnu swlfi yopmun. Boating Uko a lark, Situ Hos thu stillness; throbs that soul vi Uro, Heats around ?ich and lulo, IIOIMIB echoing dark wui^oxqi^Uit? Mplrntloni higher and high er, * VoitriiB lu -oJiip IIIIKII?RII of untold desire. -John AddliiKtou Symonds. Loaders. Th* Cl?. .-, i,iilff nu tho Moors drew near,'1 Olrt'Ctcd thal lils nfflooru Ehoiild load '.IIB corpse to liatllu inouiitod on tho Kt flo rodo l;i KU i i'll all tho storm of his OOH Hwy did. wherever toworcd that obU dour. For victory thom WUK...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 August 1885

.Canmm f?fttinlii?rr. - ./. V. (?A RLlNGTOXi KptTQjK, 1,.WRENS, AUGUST KG, I.880, Bubasrlptlon Prtce--12 Months, $1.00. PA YAIU.K IN ADVAX?'M. Raton for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vortlsentouts, por square, OnelnHcr tlon, $1.00; ..arli subsequent Inser tion? ITO ccnls. (.literal rodUctlUll uiaile for largo A?l vortlHoinoittMt Kt.'C. t? A UL1XC?TOX A: co., Proprietors. Cleveland's Admlnlst ration A Correspondent writing from 1 Saratoga to tho New York ?SUM, ' says that President Cr.KVKi.Axn, according to Y\'oshington politi cians, is absorbed utterly in tho work ho has on hand, in scouring a true 'reformation in tho Civil Ser vice. CLEVELAND, ho says, recog nises no personal obligation to any human being. Ile liellovos that he is the man of destiny, und hoing snell, everybody who has helped him to where he lihw is, is simply n tool in the bunds of fate, and CU-., titled to no special consideration or gratitude. 1 ' This, thiuVgh doubtless intended as a fjlng at the Administra? i ir:-or...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 August 1885

~-.1 laurens Jt?YgrtisBr. LAU HKNS, 8. C. AU?- ?<?. 188?. LOCAL i n ; M s. Mr. Ito UK HT ll MAY In nt Morrells'. * Mr. .INO. Ft DOLT mill family are spon <iiii" a week in town. Moanru, li. A- A. Konpicr. uro greatly improving ihclr atororrooni. KWKI.I, DUN I.A i* hus roturnotl from II trip to ./illiston. .INO. < ; uMTI \ , of ('linton, is visiting Mr. J. Wu.i.ir: JUNKS. M?SSMAMIK <?.\IO.INOION ls visiting in Cition. Mr. J. \V. LKAKHloft u fow ?lays ugo for Now York. Maj. WMITKIKI.II, of Anderson, was in U?wn on Tuesday. Mr. .1. F. MARTIN will lonvo for New York on Wednesday. Mr. Kn. SMITH ami wife, of Tip Top, aro visiting in town. Tlie CowtorviUo iiolghlK?r booti had a g?s?d rain on .Sunday last. Misses MAY and NITA PAIOOHON, of UTOORVUlO, sro visiting boro. WILLIAM W. IIAI.I. lins roturnotl from u trip tollu' mountains. lion. Y. J. POCK, of Newberry, paid .our. town a business visit last week. Mr. Mi'llron, a ?-arpenter at tbis place, linn Wturm-d to Picketts. There wi...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 August 1885

.I THE CITADEL ?MBHOQt?O, A .sk'ATI-: M KN r FKOM COLONEL JOHN P. THOMAS. I *~"""* De Jtecltes the Clrcuwetaneea ConttltatlnR lils Reasons for lie si rn I ns; the Saperia tendency. (/'Vom thc NeWS mid Courier, August 7.) As late Superintendent of thc South Carolina Military Aoadeiny, justice to inyself as well as to tho cause of sound discipline in the Slate's military school constrains mc rehtetlantly to break ray reticence in connection with my rcisg ItatiOU and to place the facts beforo the public tribunal. Tho caso is best stated ill the logical order of tho fol lowing communications : 1. Under date of July ?, 188.3, Col Thoinus, Superintendent, wrote as fol? .- lows to Gonoral Hagood, Chairman of the Hoard of Visitors: "The Executive Committee of tito Board ot Visitors having oil a recent occasion declined to investigate a re port made by mc as Superintendent, of combination of serious character among lite cadets of tins Academy, and having further excused a mooting of said cad...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 September 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 /V l''ai?oy From Fontanelle. Tho Hore In thc Kimicn slipped bot bud, Ami hilo lan: li. .1 in thc pride- Ot lier % cut li I uI Mood, AK She tlionvlit ol' the Hardener Btimdlna by "HO l? Old-BO Old I And he noon will die!" Thc tull Hose waxed In thc wsriii June olr, And BtlO spread, Ullll Spread, till her heart lay lune; And pile luuidicd 01100 moro when she hoard hi? trend '?Ile is older now. Ho will soon be doini I" Hut tho brooso of tho morning blew mid lound That tho leaven of tho blown Roso strewed thc nround; And he eenie nt noon, thal Qnrdoiior old, Alli) ho raked Hiern softly under UK- mould. And I wove thc thing to n riiiidoin rhyme. For tho HOBO IK Homily, the Qiirtlciior 'I line. - Austin Hoi son in .inly Century. A MAN OF HONOR. Colono! Skorrott, Major Marsh, and Captain Pickering were silling in their room ni tim Hotel Angiitis, Purls. They were Americans on their travels, all tinco rough-...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 September 1885

?bt ^mtrrnu f??ttnliurr. J. C. GA Ul AK d TONt El) ITO ll y LAU HEN?, SEPT. 2d, 188?. ?atoeerlptlon rrlc?--ia Months, $1.00. PAYAMiK IN ADVAjNCE. Rat ea fur Advertising. -Ordinary A?l VortlsonioutH, por Hiiunrc, Ono inser tion, ll.o?; oaeli Bubsoquotlt inser tion, CO cont?. , Liberal reduction made lor IttrgC Ad vertisements. j. C. DARLINGTON A CO.t Proprietors. An Attempt to Revive Beetton nlism. Just ut n time, when more than ever, sectionalism seepis to have tiled out, and the prospect for peace and good will between nil sections of tile country seemed brightest; just nt n time when tho dying word? of their hero, culling for pence und a cessation of sectional animosities, wore being wafted from Nerti? to South and from East tu West, tho Republican party in Ohio hus seen tit to say in their platform, that "the rebels have taken charge iff the administration of the Government." Tlie campaign which ls opened in Ohio promises to be full of in terest. It seems, however, that the Repub...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 September 1885

laurens #flv?rtrs?r, LAUHKNM, S. C. SEPT. 2d, 1885. LOCAL ITEMS. A mud-lion was killed in town on Mon day. Mrs. Kierulirs High School opened on Monday thc .'Hat. Miss Lr.ii.A W If ?KKK returned from Ciesar's Hoad yesterday. Di*. Thoa. MCCOY lina returned from n trip to the mountains. fol. J. L. M. IniiY returned from Ar kansas on .Ma tu iii ay Inst. Mr. JOHN RoilKltfMON, of Clinton, ls spending a few days with UH. Mrs. KONA KI.KMINO, of A relier, Kia., ia visiting relatives in Laurens. ('apt. JOHN Moina: ia Hoing te hulld a new house in Jersey City next week. Mr. AV. C. P. KohKHTfloN, ii thc enterprising linn ol* Leake ?tr . Hov. J. Y. PAW and M IBM . fr'Al It have returned from their visit io New berry. The exercises of thc Lnttr Oils ville Mah' Academy, w ill begin on next Monday 7th instant. Kvorybody known thal Laurens needs a Hank. We arc going to have one too; Just wateli list Mr. H. F. KI.KMINO and his two little tioys have returned from II vi it ia Ab beville County. . Mr. J...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 September 1885

mm STORM-SWEPT SEAPORT. CHAKI.KSION srKi-i:i|S Tiy: it WAUK* Ol? A ni.viiri i, CYCLONE. <;...: I,UH? of l"i?>|ior?y-No J.os? ut' Lifo ] 1 ?.Whnrvoa, Vouoldi Churchua IAIMJ |;I .'< I ?Iciii't'K 1>>-Htruy?'<l or lii.|iir<M|..Tin- Storm ?MI Stilllynn's Island. Tho daily papers, of Wednesday) Augusl ?C, contained accounts of n fear ful -torin tli.it visited Charleston during the day previous. Tho signs wore un favorable on the Monday previous, ?uni tim wind continued io iuoronse in velocity ami violence, till ?I developed into a vcritnblo cyclone. Ai two o'clock on Tuesday afternoon th cyclone struck Charleston. Tho wind blew a -till' northeaster, an.i I lie work ol' damage counucnced. Hoofs were (wisted away, fencing was levelled and trocs wore stripped and lorn. The gale UHlSt have reached sixty milos an hour, and at toil o'clock it seemed to lull lor hall'an hour. Thou with the rel urn tide a violent southwester turned in and completed Ibo wreck in the path of th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 September 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 A AI i?hly Monarch. I nm richer limn C'rcosua of oh!, to my ininti, i Imvc treasures moil varied ? ntl ru roi I Imvi)ships iv??>-? ' 'i>.n iiiic depends on no wind, Ami I IOKIW nmiKh'?of burdensome euro. douses uiiiunntorbd 1 rlulin ns mv own, \t Itlionl louants lo make thom a boroj I huvu RolijfH ?hich uro wrltton i<>r mv cm uluno, And liuvo picture* -oui books l'y tho score. 1 liuvo hon. s nu l cuttle :iinl birds or nil elimos, Queer Helios that im In thc soil; Ihuvohclls unido nt' silver, whose musical chimen Arc ruilf ou{ to |il< u.se only ino. I mle und.tkpvilod, acknowledge no poor (Tho' my subjects ur?' ott known lo BCOld), For I'm Klux ot (hi- nuinury, ?uni what is quMi'i I'm otu/ ulioiii two yours old. -t.. ll. Mmi8bnoh. lt urplo anil Pino Linon, Shv . J nil robed in rgplciulor, fnlr us dawn W'-rn ll rsl he Imus his li,r, In n.I in tho ?asl: 'VUv, ?blmmorliiK satin rd? in Bort...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 September 1885

<??tc ojjCitumm ^ffttrrfinrr, J. C. QA ULIXGTOX. KDlTQli, LAUBENS, SEPT. '.Uh, 1885. Subscription Price--13 Mouths, $1.00. PAYAI!!,!', ! N <\ UVANCUO. Unies for Advert i xiii;:. O rd I miry A<l Vcrtisenietils, per K(|U<I < . ' '?? hl8Cf" lion, $1.00; catch subsequent ?'mis ti?n, 00 eenls. Libernt reductlon nimtc for largo Ad vertisements. .1. C, UAIUJIKUTON A : <?., Proprietor*. Church ::.'><! ;-1... . Whatever niny hy Mic o oi thc light between Mic ilcn tiona! colleges anti the Sta vera!ty, it is in our opinion ? In tho wrong direction? I lin il ?.. is a proper subject !'. legi 1 ttloi - It is eneumbent upon Mic Stat tn provide as far a- it ls abb . for tb . oducation of Hs citizens. U the different Ileliglous nenin tin see proper to ai-1 i" |i::< work by establishing private instit niions ' r tlie education of young tuen, il : right that they should do MI. in I tlds wo see no wron lint \. !' . it conics to sin Ii a t hiv?;-'a-, represen tatives of th? se...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 September 1885

jfir5).VA?ViirLrs?r1 IJAU.RKNS, a.C, SUPT. ?th, 1885. LOCAL ITKM8. ('niton ls Moiling nt 8&(S1) cents. Tho health <>f our town ls good. Anoint KAU:, of Newberry, IK in (own. lyell rc Our Monthly for August lui e.elvcd. A first-class tailor in (Iii ?lo w ell. 1?1 would Mr. (?1:0. ?BDDKi in town. ( lotion is eoniiii' "boonu th." ol' Siu-.rtanbnr: 111 mid L?n ens still >fl II few days ngo VIIAN is receiving Mr. C. T. MlLNUn 1 for Vlrglnbi. Mr. JOHN 1). SUK new goods daily. Miss Mni'tln, of Allanta, is tho ...nest of Dr. lt. 10. Martin. Mr. WILLIAM GAURKTT ls clerking for Mr. J. I). Si I KA lt A N. Mr. W. C. li iLLitot si:, ol' < i reenvide, is visiting in Kinnons. ('.MILOS J. STOX.II IIA NU lins opened a law ofUco in Wulbulln. Mr. DON NO VANT, of IOdgCtlcld, pani our tow n a visit Inst Week, Look out for Mr. JOHN I). SHKAIIAN'S nnnouueoment next week. Mrs. M A HY Y. FAUI, ol' Newberry, is visiting at Dr. Ilarksdulo's. Mrs. A ne A MS, of (linton, is visitin;: tho family ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 September 1885

?rr .rm., umwM,* .?I.^LI?M m m ? CLEVELANDS SUMMER CAMP. > ! tuK VKF.SIDKNT FOLLOW EU Ul.' INTO rm. AOIHONUACKS. il ow ll? Hunt?, FUhea und Knjoya Ul* ?^icittlou -Stalking by Uay and "Jack luutlng" nt Night. f.?i correspondent ol* thc New York * World recently found President Clcvct land ut his cutup ut Willis's pond, li the upper end of Snranac Lake* in the Adirondacks* Tracing liiin ns fur as thc Prospect House on thc lake, he there found that thc most extraordi nary precautions had been taken to conceal thc exact location of the hunt ing and fishing camp where (lie Presi dent was localed, but a guide was at last found who was willing and able to conduct the correspondent thither. Tho story continues as follows: Wo had been in tlie woods nearly four hours, wllCU through I lie trees wc caught a glimpse of a sheet of water. lt was Willis's pond. In a few mo ments we roached it. At its shore tho alleged trail ends. We bathe our faces in thc cool waler and plunge once more into tho...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 September 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Tho Homeless. lt ls col<l ?lurk midnight, vet liston Tot lint putterer tiny toot; lt IM onp of your On?T, lair Indy, V? ho whines In tim Monk. OOld Btroot? ll IH om- of your silken Spaniels, Shut out In tho snow and slcot; No-my nous Bloop wm in In tliolr bnskots, Snfo I rom tho darkness and snow: All tho boasts in mir Christian country Find pity iv hero vor they KO. rin KO HIM. only tho hpmofesa children, ? ho aro wanam lng v und fro. Look ouj In tho gUBty darkness, I have KOCH lt imnln utiil ngiiln: Tliiit Blmuaw ihut mt H BO slowly Up lt lld down punt tho window pune; li ls suroly soiuocriminal lurking ??ni there In tho frozon ruin. No-our criminals uro nil sheltered, They uro pitied, und taught, und fed: 'I hut ls only u virtuous girl, Who UtlSgol neither food nor bed And tho night cries, "slit to the living." Ami tho river cries, "hilt to tho dead." Look nt the furthest corner. Where tho wall...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 September 1885

?tu ?Umtrnm fptirrtiwri\* /. C. UARLIXUTOX, EDITOR, LAURENS, KKPT. loth, 188'.. Subscription Pr lc o -12 Von tbs, ?1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Hatos for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square* Ono Inser tion, $1.00; encti subsequent inser tion, TiO couts. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. Tho Cut Must Como Before the peal. It appears that the political cam paign in this State is about to begin rather earlier than usual. In sonic sections great clamor for a "change in the State officers," is being rasied. As it ls termed, "a new deal" is demanded. Tho ex act meaning of tIii . phrase seems not to be definitely Axed, but va ries to suit the taste of all. Before, however, it is decided that a "new deal" is needed, let us determine what it means, for it may be that moro importance is at tached to the term than one would suppose at a first glance. If at the next election we are to make a clean sweep of all tile officers from th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 September 1885

?>, SKP'P. 10th, 188?. .j!. - a I ? - - - -i-i- ? i "i LOCAL 1TKMS. Look out fur cottln Kio accidents. Tho imblh* wolla need Ininiotlluto at tention. Mr. WILLIAM. FAIR, of Newberry, ls in town. Neoeltango III ??HAIIAM ?V Sr.utu's ad? vcrtlncmciit. A protracted mooting bogan lust Sat urday at Lisbeth If you want bargains examino oar UualllOMlf I .neills. What lian Leonine of our Hook ami Ladder Company. Mis? MINNIR Kn.i.Kit luis returned from H vluit to Troy. Mr. J. \V. LKAKI-: bas returned front tbe Northern markets. N. ll. DIAL, Esq.* is building ou u lot in rear of li is residence. Tho Presbyterian parsonage at this place lins been eoinplotod. Farmern should rend tho article of "1*. W." in .neither cotillon. Twenty-three persons were Imputed at Union Church last .Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. C. \V. TUNK have re turned from n visit tu Alabama. Mr. MAitr FAIR, of Newberry, ls quito nick at Dr. J. A. BAllKnDALK'H. Mr. FI.KMINO WiNKt orr, of Anchor, Fla., in on n visit tn relativos boro. I...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 September 1885

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. J Iho Mouey lteeult* of Skilled Culture. Statistical research shows that a i i-ru iii- agiculturu is not ahuiiclaut in product, and that it is compelled to pay high interest ott borrowed money. A low grade ot' tanning is cursed with mortgages and mildews, with insoct> and ignorance. Uncertainty brood, over its harvests, and famine decimates its people. Famine is unknown In a country ot* advanced agriculture though a fourth of its people oaly may bc engaged in rural production. On tho contrary mil i ins la nish in India, while ino'd of its people arc lu agricul ture. lt Is said thal in 1270, in lang land, '**parents ate their children when wheat rose to 330 shillings a quarter at tho present value of money." Five hundred years ago, when nearly every Englishman lived by agriculture, tho product only sufficed for a homo sup ply ; now, with a population of 440 to thc square mile, of which only one in eight is au agricultural worker, ?ix tcnths of all tho food...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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