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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 February 1886

?5 i - ?.--.-? ???. JF?ie Advertiser. LAUHENS, F?b. 8d, 1880. ?toptit Gray's Glob? Hotel, Aif/usU, Gt. OKAY ia a South Carolinian aud ox tends a "Carolina welcoiisa" lo all bis pUK^tB. . _ LOCAL ITEMS. so~: ;0, fsetofgood lumbor for salo cheap -app-7 ?t thia offloo. Mr and Mr?. B. 0. CttlSP ?rill mow in'otowui i a fow days. Tho skating rinks all over tho coun try ?rc geing to pieces with grout rapid ity. F. P. MCGOWAN, Ksq., hav purchased an eligible lot on the "Brookl) n" lido of town. A groat many nov.- mums have boon added to our lr ? during Hie past fow woeks. HBNRT W.\ ra, <>f thia County, has benn drawn aa i Grand .Jmir for tho United Slates Court, which meets in Greonvillo. Several interesting communications arecrowdod out of this Issuoby the re ports of tbo County Offlcors. Thone ro* ports :,vill bo concluded next wp, k. Wo lonni tim Laurens Dancing] Club llSS decided to bave 'their ball Oil Feb, 12th, Instead of tbc rab. Also that lt wld no, >)o u masked Ball, os r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 February 1886

CONVICT FARMS ON HIIAKKS. The Flan Adopted by the Penitentiary Directora-Detall? of theLeat?? Recent* ly Made. ( From the AV ic. and Courir r. ) COLUBMIA Junnary 27.-It will bo remembered tbut tho terms upon which Hie board ot' directors of tho penitentiary, at their meetings held in tho carly part of this uiouth, leased three plantations for convict residence labor were not made public becauso tho contract bad not been committed lo writing. Much interest lois been exhibited in the matter, and it seemed desirable that the public should bo in formed of thc details of thc contracts. Inquiry was mado this morning nt thc ofllco of the Clerk of Court for this countv, and it was found that thc Servers and Sims contracts had been ! signed and were in tho Clerk's bauds awaiting nord. The lease of I bc Secgers plantation contains thc lollowing provisions: .lohn C. Seegers leases to the board of directors of the penitentiary for a term of five yeare from January 1, 188G, bis "l?g Lake" planta...

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. — 10 February 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Ant ullin Scones. Blue nm tho >ps away in tm- distance, And noisily trIUclll (ho l> otu tl- hiv, I li .-ninth' liccomcth ll pilli ?'l OXlstOUCO, And mnnnoth tin- w ind na lt shh ora ??nv. ltu^illiiK tho limpie?till leaves mil mid quiver, And rattling thc bindea or tin- brou n-tnssolcd corn. Swaying tin- irolileiM-ntl. rippling tin- river. All uninterpreted, sol ami forlorn. Thc Btlllnosa startled by sound i>r mils cir,,p. pings Tho orooh la half-covered with i?ntt< mut lott vos: White-cowa in Hu- sunshine und slindow uro cropping; Tho tlirushorlB grinding the Kohl from tho shon vc Now nilli thro ti (} li tho azure tim i ph ;t of How ers willi white Wim s outspread lu :i gtorlllcd wily; Moths norvously mt for their few happy hours: lt Boeuicth tue morn of thu world 8 Phial Day. And hurk! nt tho sunrise the chanticleer'!) orOWing, Thal riiiKoth ns sweet ns pure Isrnfcol'fl VOl?O ! To school...

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. — 10 February 1886

J?he Advertiser. J. C. OA BL INO TON, VVITOtt, LAURJ*;NS, Fri). n?!!i, ISSU [ Subscription Prlco- \2 Mouths, $.'.oc. PAYABLE IN A I) VA NC li. Raton for Advorthdng. Ordinary Ad vertisement!*, per square, Ono laser Hon, fl.00; i nell suhseqiu ni 'user t iou. BO con tn. Liberal roduolion nuidu roi I ii rgo Ad verl toomcul*. .). c. OAItlilNCitON A- ('<?., Proprietors. trowing-, Bui Not Grown. Much has boon su Id und written about tho grout ,4ht>oin" that seems to have seized the old nnd dilapi dated town of Laurens and trans formed it into ..no ol' tho brightest und most progressive towns in the State, but wo have novor seen or hoard an exagerated account of our prosperity ami prospects, lt ls but natural for otu- oven living In the midst of prospery, to comp Tm oc casionally at hard linus; and it is possible that thoso who live in Lau rens may after a limo forgo! our advantages and improvements, it is true that tho lust low year- have wrought a wonderful chango upon our town, ye...

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. — 10 February 1886

The Advertiser. LA UREN,S. Feb. 10th, 1880. atop at ?ray'a aloe? Kotcl, Augusta, Qa. QUAY lt a Mouth Carolinian and vi te?d? n "Carolina wolcoin?'' to hin guests. LOCAL IT-t?MS. Hood oats arc in denium!. ' '* Valontinos aro next in ord' r. Cotton is Bolling ut 8 to R% cts. How to got rio!? -inuko money and HHVO it. Tho B??e of fertilizers inn commenced in earnest. Our ohurohef wore well atti oded on nst .Sundr.y. ?Seo Ordinance to ruin au >pl o Town Council, in alioth? r e< lutnu. Mr. A. FUIKSLKN, of SparlanI urg ' ?oponed a branch house at thia place. Dynamite wa? used by burglars in blowing upon u safe in Augusta <.a. lasl wonk. How la tho time to learn who . friondstoro. it wont tak. loi . if . ask a favor of I hem. THO corporators of thoColuml I , N w bony and I.aurons Railroad, -. I II t in Newberry on February i lu I Somo peoplo talk more uboul cold weather these days than they do about paying their debts. Tho newspapers have raised a gr. alor howl mid Wail over tho p...

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. — 10 February 1886

THE FARMERS OF THE STATE. ANNI'AX. MK.'.riSi. OF TIIK PATRONS OF m'sn A N int v. k*ror.?e<tlnga of ?he Regular S????lon In ChnrteHtou.-.Vurlou* Multar* CoualdeH ml-Tho Slot* Agricultural Sot-lrty. ( From th? Neun and Courier.) Tho annual meeting of tho State Orango of South Carolina was held in tho Annex ol" thc Agricultural Hall at ll o'clock on Wednesday morning, With Col. J. N. Lipscomb III the chair. Upon tho roll of the Crange being balled the fo'lowiug officers and members responded : J. N. Lipscomb, W. M. ; A. P. lint ier, W. O.; S. A. Adams, W. L. ; J M. Striming, steward; A. M. Aiken, treasurer; T. W. Holloway, secretary; Mi I). C. Colvin, (J. IC; M rt. Julia Purrott, Ceres; Mrs. A. C. Adams, Pomonal Mrs, M. A. Love, Flora; Mrs. B. M. Lipscomb, Ii. A. (). The following counties wore repre sented: Abbeville, Anderson, Chester, Fairfield, Kershaw, Marion, Marlboro, Newberry, Ocotiee, Orangeburg, Spar tauburg and Williamsburg. After the roil had been called, Col. J, N. Lips...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 February 1886

Laurens LAURENS, 8. C. Advertiser, F E H1?LI A HY 10, 1880. ANNUAL REPORT - OK THE - County Commissioners - o F - LAUREN'S COUNTY POR TIIK FISCAL YEAR COMMEN CING NOVEMBER 1ST, 1884, AND ENDING OCTOBER 'Mm, 1885. To J??D Honor (he Presiding Judge of\ the Court of General Sessions for Laurens County, February Tenn, 1886: Tho Board of County Commission ers for said County respectfully sub mit tile following report of Claims filed, audited and allowed, and or dered paid by thom during tho fiscal year 1884-'85, to wit: J i'H Y TICKETS DUKING FEBRUARY TERM OF COURT, 1885, FILED IN COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. R A Austin,.$ 4 50 W M Deck,. 3 00 B A Anderson,. l l 00 YV E Strnwn,._ G 30 W M Mahon,. 2 70 Jerry O Putmnn,. 4 10 W VV Adair,. 16 00 O P Goodwin,. 3 TO T It Blakeley,. . 14 00 W \V Bryson,. . l l SO Louis P Armstrong,. 4 90 Augustus 11 ii fT,. 5 50 J It Brownlee,. 1G 40 C A Bolt,. 12 70 P S Pinson,. 15 10 J C Abercrombie,. IG 50 W II Hairston,. 1G 50 Berryman Owens,. 8 70 Milam Heliums,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 February 1886

THE LAURENS ADVERTISER. February IO, 1886. '. '. ? .i ANNUAL REPORT - OF THE - School Commissioner - o F - LAURENS COUNTY OF CLAIMS APPROVED BY HIM DURING THE YEAR 1885. To His Honor the Presid? ny Judye of\ the Court of General Session? for Laurens County, February Term, 1886: SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 1.-PAY CER TIFICATES. County Apportionment $10,105.02 Apportionment. $1 ,G11 .?0 Miss Zelimo LnBordc,. ... $ 150 00 F Evans,. 149 00 J A Madden,. InOOO Miss Mary Williams, .... 150 00 Miss Sallie West,. 45 00 Miss Janie Chalmers,. 120 (K) Miss Lizzie Alexander,. . 150 00 Miss Ida Holmes,. 145 00 Miss A II Julian,. 45 00 Mrs N E Bramlett,. 110 00 G B Franklin,. 40 00 Jas J Thomas,. 80 00 W C Fleming,. 75 00 A P Butler,. 60 00 J B Harris,. 30 00 S C Satterwhite,. 28 00 P S Little,. GO 00 C L Butler,. 20 00 N W Edwards,. 110 00 Pro rata share for Teachers' Institute,. $1,723 00 SCHOOL DISTRICT, No. 2.-PAY CER TIFICATES. Apportionment. $838.81) Hattie B Moore. $ ?0 00 Ann Garrett,. 90 00 Carr...

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. — 17 February 1886

H'M) id) tn MM 3HT TA HS VOL. I. LAURENS C. IT. S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1886. NO. 29. ??????????????????II m?mmm A Reminiscence of Har Harbor. Throe maidens wont i>nlliiiK nil ?lu,utily dress ?xl Ono briKht summer dny ns tho non wont down; An*?.fVr n rlch yachtsman each atiglcd hop best, While thflr mothers stood Wtuohlng thom out nf tho town. For mnldons must marry und mothers arc .loop, Aitd mon to ?.. .?,,.,. thom strict watches must koop Whore tho Harbor Bar la monning. Throo noUicrs stood anxiously out on tho sV-v* That (irvOrnopn UH tho sun wont down, And their words w ert' swoct ?nd their Kmile.-? wore bland As th?ty covortly watched Cor tho yachtsmen -.brown. For m?yjherH must work, and mothers must fxJhomp, And. all raeu nro wary und not whut tho? ., seem Whore tho Hail,or Bar la moaning, Three mnMeos nil seasick nod ill ns cnn ho ('Twas evening tlu n and lin-san hud trono down?; Throo ynehtsmeo, all laughing willi Ill-sup pressed trico. Wore bringing thoso moulon...

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. — 17 February 1886

Whe Advertiser. J. C. GARLINGTON, EDITOR, LAUltEXS, Feb. 17th, 1886. Subscription Prlca-lS Months, f 1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Untos for Advortising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Ono Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent inser tion, RU cont?. Liberal reduction ni ad o for largo Ad vertisements. J. <J. OAKLINGTON & CO., I'roorlotors. Property Qualification. Pew people realize tho power that is wielded by the great daily news papers of the day, not only in shn shaping public opinions, but in giv ing expression to vlewa and opin ions which ;the world at large readily accepte as current in the ? community in which they originate. The Charleston News and Courier has done much to build up the South, and is, so far as news is con cerned, without an equal in the Southern States. But a recent edi torial in that paper, which has caused considerable comment, and to which Senator LOGAN referred, In his speech on thc admission of Dakota, if taken as thc sentiment of the thinking peo...

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. — 17 February 1886

,.?. " ' , jphe Advertiser. I.AUIIKNS, Fob. 17th, 1880. ?top at Cray's Olobe. Hotel, Augusta, Qa. GRAY ia a South Carolinian and ex toad* a "Carolina wolcome" to all bis guests. LOCAL ITEMS. Delayed Trains. Tho mall on the Laurens Railroad reached this placo at 3 o'clock, A. SI., Saturday, being dolayed at Nowberry for about eight hourn, on aoeouut of an accident to tho angine, w hich rendered lt necessary to send t<> Columbia for locomotive. Thia alao prevented a num ber of young people td' Nowborry and Clinton from ?ttoiulllig tho hall on Fri day ovening. Dr. Carlisle's Lecturo, On Friday ovening, in tho College Chapel, waa greatly onjoyod by a large audience. Not only was his address ro pleto with valuable information, but withal, delivered In his characteristic, easy, but forcible stylo. Ho gave a ?hort biographical sketch of MAUTHA LAIT KI:rei, In roviowlng the lifo of this truo Carolina woman, Dr. CAIU.ISI.K Im preaaod many important truths upon tho young ladlos of the C...

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. — 17 February 1886

* Lwaci1 j mi ?? *?1 in?--?w? A TCONUERFTJT, l/OX-Ul'NT. A Hood Story Told on Homo Ainnteur Hunters. Our Virginia mountaineers are lough customers, and they squatted allover thc valleys ut a nomi uni rent, which had to bo drawn from them like their eve teeth. Th* old gentleman, how ever, had a fancy for the place and Used loc?me limne with a whole string ol horses heh nd him as the revenue of his pri liol I ali ty. But wo hoys, and in deed all ? ur friends, used to look foi ward keenly to the annual excursion to thu ino mai .s. My father hail pack of hounds of wnicli lie was ex ceedingly proud, ?iud with which hi would hum foxes at homo, and deer when wc went to-county. A long cavalcade it used lo he that every Ootober started from this door for the mountains. M> falber and one of his old cronies in thc big* carriage, two wagons full ot provender, ammunition, blankets, etc., and li ficen or tWOIIli friends aud t-erjniuts,-mounted on sad die-horses ju (be ?car. Thc niiietv miles ?...

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. — 24 February 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 My Oottage. My <jottngoptnTul < upon n .'?.ntli> hill, A mi ?? VI'^I'^T i1 '' /'">' ' v?W kwn, Ann nt Its fool Innoea o Inn lilli?- rill mS??S?Ki^ 5 '"'T'" th ' u i?mord.twni Binding l's VOftUOt- hymn, icitnthow t Ov.Tlliyl.MMlv il.?! V. ".." wooded PU'it, ll?.- mynleuu fin:, i slowly io tho v.- .i -"dork B?,W thr?bttm' ,! '? Ihrouff?the Ovor my ootlflgo. in n tnnjdo rtotl, ?ii: i?i M 1 J,,">;"-">'- 'm l olcmtiMa .Vllllll), lil.PIT JOItloilSOVOry litt lo nicho Hiiijrswed blossoms t<> iii? broczo'M kWs: Ann oil iii., / tho u il.i birds, winter-red, ? Wyrt>?olind *-in nnd uuinl . 'mid iho ti. While th.- lin ?Askyitirk, lost ?;i bino o'orhcad. ? ours wuv?? ul mu to o'or ino sunny leas, Ins:?]? tr.ii -**?f(a memory holds hoi* sway In pic-.-,iI CM, Bi?C!ikliii?o?tho lovel nod lost! In hool ?, ihc faithful Mond of <... ?.: -v dnvt in ir (|o?. lovo ttnpitscd nt count I ? coe'ti...

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. — 24 February 1886

Advertiser. Mtensrr r ? _-. . ?? ? -? J. C. GA ULIXGTOX, KI)iron, -xx *. mm_-- ? -; ? ? , - LAU RI! XS, Feb. 24th, 1880. *tib80Tl?*!on Frlco--12 Mouthe, J1.0O. PAYA li LR IN ATA'ANCK. Raton for AilYortlsIn^. -Ordlnr.rv Ad verliso.ii.MK', ] er seuare, One inser tion, fJ.Oil; paoli laibseoiient hmi-r tion, r>o cent!?. Liberal reduction rumio ?>>r Iorgo A<1 Vortisemonb.. J. C. HARDINGTON A <'C., Proprietors, Of cour.se lt ls expected thu! :.. newspaper should please every body. As sonic un n think that moro space often devoted lo edi torials in country newspapers than ls hecessary, wo ondOavor to naiko this Issue suited to this class. Tho fact is, it is Corn i week and the editor has bo< n ongagod in othei matters. In order to sec tTic great advan tage to bo derived from thc Co lumbia Canal, if it should ever bo completed, wo havo only to look at tho prosperous eily of August?, Un. Whih our own capital city is con tent to be ait insignificant trading post ami originat...

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. — 24 February 1886

Vile Advertiser. LAURENS, Feb. 24th, t886. t?op ?t erny's Olobo Hotol, Augusta, Qa. ?RAY in a South Carolinian and ox ..ada a ?'Carolina welcome" to all Ids |ttsst*. , , -, , LOCAL. ITEMS. Laurena is Koon to have a bakery. "All ia net gold that glitters"-don't iorget thin. A dlm? ahoy/ ls now ono of tho attrac tions of our town. jpPfv. J. Y. FA i n preached a most ex Wnt sermon last Sunday, on tl:? "Effica ejr'of Prayer. Tho Auditor'? books have boon closed and ait who have failed fb make returns munt pay (lie penalty. Tho busiuoss of thc Couru.was sus pended on Monday last, it being tho 22d of February, which in a logal holiday. Our timuka aro duo Congressman PKRRY for favors lu tho shape of publie documonts wldch hoon received from time to limo. Merchants advertise that they Kell gooda below coat, but, this cannot wo bo .voided so long aa farra ors arc compelled to soil their cotton bolow cost. William Collins, who ha? been con fined in Jail, because li? was unable to give apcaco ...

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. — 24 February 1886

im mn wu ?i iiniMiiiiiWHiii f mi II.MU TMK TrLEPHOKE IYIWNSY A TAX OT TUN M ILM OX? A VI. A ll IJiV uo> ox uic l'jiUiit;. JW.rur.? ? showlns the txturtlouote Pro?ts ?>. th? Uolt Monopoly...Xuipoi IMIH-V ol' th* Milt to l>? l i?.?. ?.au U by th? Coven . uient. (From (he New Vork World.) Tho figures given in au uri ich? con cerning thc American U ll Telephone Company, puhlislod by lim Ne* York World some days ago, related only to the business ot'the parent cor? . pm ai ion. .'lhere me sub-coinpun c all over the United States und it is by theso that rho actual telephone service of tho country is pei foi ne tl, ami it is through them that the people pay tho enormous tax now extorted by thal service. Tho parent company, ns slated, is a Mu-sachus?its corporation with the eentrul oflloo at No. 95, Milk Street, Boston, witli an authorized capital of $10,000,000. Tl is is the great Con trolling and absorbing beut! ot a vast system that extend* out to every city, town and considerabl...

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. — 3 March 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 In tlu> Lonely Ilaelt. Pow. Thu Borimm wno long and thu prunolicr waa pn <?y. TIKI cushion wnn K'<r; mit tho corner wat cozy ; Aii'i, musing, I kitnw By my t *{<. in tit?* p? iv Wnn ? ?tf.iv little nico thiit was dimpled and ropy. A struy till of Inoo ami tho curl of n foathor Lay close to my chook, und I <ll?tn't cure whothcr 't'lw s rvloo ?. ns lon?-. Or tili t orr Wau wrong In a lonoiy buok pew, ns wo knott down to gotbor. In rending (ho prayers wi had ono book be tween ll?; Bo Bweot wna hor amita that, liait m ity BCOII UH, win'" ti- nt on our klines (Oh how i ap I did i" isid) I lnvl stoti'ii i kiss With too prayer book tr Boreen us. . In tho oriel win tow tho sunlight was gloniU' ?m. In my drowsy old brain I felt love ranolcs ti'i'ini"" ; Then my henri gave a thump lint my head gu . hump On tho bnck ol the ? > i : had only boon d roaming. _ -Lifo. A soct : rv i ADV. thc Domini...

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. — 3 March 1886

The Advertiser. I. c. CA HLixerox, ??'> . roc, ? tiAUHEXS, Mardi ;>..'. . ? - ML-."- 11 1 .. ? Sttbscrrytlon Trico--12 riouths, C l.oe. PAY A HI i IS IN AllVANCK. Rutes for Advertising. Ordinary Ad yorttscmonts, per square Our II - r tion, $1.00; oneil sub Hon, 50 icu ts. ?jlliornl reduction outdo for I a rpo Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON ? CO., Proprietors. A Misconception. In another coiuiun will bo fount] *i\ article from Columbia sigtn tl "Democrat." Tho writer lias ovi dondtly misconceived tho article in THE APVEHTISKU to which i:;- re fers, and certainly lie did not rt .ul the editorial of '.he Xews and Cou rier carefully. Tn the first pince, tho object of bur article waa to sho w tho falsity of Senator LOGAN'S charge, that South Carolina favored n property qunliflcation fur voters. Lou AN based his charge on an article i:t editorial columns of the Xe irs and Courier, timi if that nrticlo btu! been the truo sentiment of tho peo ple of this State, we would most assure...

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. — 3 March 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENA, March, 3d, 1880. , .- - 3 .... ( ??op at Bray's Glob? Hot ol, Augusta, Oa. URAY 1.? a Soutli Carolinian ami ox-1 lr*iol-i a "Carolina welcome" to all lils coasts. LOCAL ITEMS. Misses MOCANTS' have moved into tho Beudolla H.-tri. Tho Norman Poroheron Stallion waa ia town salcday. Mr. J. M. DONKAN expects lo buy and build in Brooklyn soon. The popular salesman J. W. Lu AK H is again on tho road soiling hats. Mr. W. N. WKIOHT is greatly Improv ing his dwolling on tho Brooklyn side If madam rumor ho correct, wo may havo ouo singlo mau loss after tho 11th inst. Another dimo show Infestod our town laut week, to tho delight of tho small boy H. Col. J. WASH WATT? has boon ap pointed Supervisor or Registration for Laurens County. ..Jersov" oas contributed twenty-five hew dwelling to our town in the past eightoon months. Wo can remember when this town was not ns largo ns lt is now; also, whon money was moro piont ifni. Our inimitable correspondent "Joo Princo" gives a...

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. — 3 March 1886

vmmmmmm?m??mmmmmm KLKOTKIO IELIGBAPH. A KOR?H VAU\>H.\l,\X CLAIMS TH? HO.SOll ACCOBDKUTU MOUS IC. %luntu? Lynch Cleuimuua A?i?u (. that he IMaouvered the riliiuli?!? mut Demon. ?(mini ila A|>pllcutlo(i-"lliv Kcnnuui .?" lila Vary I.?m; stUeiice. (<Ji>rrt?i>vndencnoJ' thc Charlotte Oburper.) WASIUNOTON, 1). C., February 2b. "Would you ubju?:l lu g vulg III? a brief sketch ol' your history, um! es pecially of tho Iii-tory ol your coil ueciion willi tho Invention of tho elect l'io telegraph. " so said i be Observer correspondent this morning to Mi. .linon? Lynch dominons. ?.Not at all," was thc n ply. "1 waa h., n m tho village ol dutiiinoiisvillc, ito wau (now Du* binon) o??uuiy ; Nurtll Coolina, on ibo tirs' day lic OcUibei', 1813, an I am now sevent x-t v\ o )eur* of agc. I mil now an ui l mail bul ver) well preserved, a? you can .cc. For tho lae! year or two I have been troubled with a slight dyspepsia, but apart from that my health bas alwin* b. en good. Indeed, I c...

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