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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 lu the Lonely Baoh Pow. Thf. sermon waa long nod thoproaohor wes Tb? cushion wns soil utul tho corner war ooxyi And, niushvr, '. know llj my Bide i:i iii . ?OW Vian n dour little lace timi waa dimpled aud roby. A struy titt or ince and tho curl or a feather Lay clone to my cheek, and I didn't cure whether Tho service was l"iig. Or tliit:ii>r wns wrong In n lonely buck pew, tm wo knelt down to gether. in rending tho prayers wo lind ono hook tie tween us; So ?weet v.?i-, ir r Btnlto that, had nobody soon us, White i en! on r?ur knees (Oil how Cupid 'Hil !<. :....!> I had stolon a kiss wttli tho prayer hook tr Boreen UH. In tho oriel win tow tho Biuillght was gloam ing;. In my drowsy old brain t foll love fancies teeming; Then my henri gsvi II thump Hut my lie id ;?? II l ump On thc back of the pew | inul only boon dreaming. _ _ -Life. A SO?IKT Y LADY. ?lo?? tl?? Dcm m.l< of rushton Arc Nut ...

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

JFhe Advertiser. J. C. OA UL .Yrh\ . Kl) J 7Wf, JbAUlvKXS, March Sd, ISHO. ?ai1. - ""i1. -'-. - .. ..-.--. r . NjNWrtv?UonPrtco--l2noatlis, PAYAI: I . ! ; iy AIIVANV?:, Rates for Advcrtisii ". Ordinary Ad voriiso-iii-nt^. i"ir siiuuro, OHO Inser tion, t. oaoh subsequent Insor lion, .><.' couta. Libera] reduction niarto for largo Ad vartlaomenfe?. J. 0. UARL?NG . ??N A <'<>.. Proprietors. A Misconception. In another column r.iH bo found i ?itt article from f lol umhin signed ^Democrat." Tho writer has evi vJandtly misconceived tho article in i ?UK A nv KI v.-1 . rr. to which ho rc-1 tern, mid certainly ho did not road the editorial of tho Kew* and Cou rier carefully. In tho first place, tho object of our article was to show tho falsity of Senator LOGAN'S charge, thal South Carolina favored a property "qualification for voters. LOGAN based Iii-? chat!,;' on an artie!, in 'editorial columns of thc News and Courter, und if thai article lind! been tho true sentiment of thc...

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

JFhe Advertiser^ liAUI.KNP, Mureil, 3d, 1880. i)BMMnesfiesggggggg*g essa ~.<._i_?._J.LL atop at Grar'a Olobo Kotol, Augusta, aa. ?HAY li? South Carolinian and PX .??<'.?, * '?Carolina welcome" to ult his LOCAL ITEMS. Miases MCOANTS' have moved luto tho Randella Hotel. The Norman PoroUeron Stallion waa lu town aidedsy. Mr. J. M. PONHA* expect? to buy and build In Brooklyn Boon. Tho popular talesman J. W. LEAKE ls again on the road Belling hat?. Mr. W. N. WRIGHT in greatly Improv ing hie dwelling on the Brooklyn aldo If oindnm rumor ho eorroot, we may have ono tingle man loss after t li o nth Unat. Another (limo abow I ufos tod our town last week, to tho dollght of the sundi boys. Col. J. WASH WA.1T8 hun boon ap pointed Supervisor of Registration for laurens County. "*Jcrsoy" ha* contributed lweuty-ilv< Taew dwolllng to our t<>v, :i In tho mi>: oightoon monika. Wo eau romoinbor when tl/i* (own w? : not no largo as lt is now; . when mon?iy WA8 moro plentiful. Our luln...

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

--T-rnniBrrai)MW)ijwiiiwi.i;iii m m n EUOTIUU IEL??KAPU. ?V WORT it t..tuuLi.?i.v.\ CLVI.U; THU Hosoa AccuuuEi) ru ttOBHtc. j J'iulug I \ 'i> ii Cleiuiuon* A??ert? tliat tie IMnuovertuI the Frli?cli?lt? io ul UeiUVb* -.truicU UM A|ipllontlou.--li?M Uaasous tor bl? Very i<>"u SUaimt?. (UorrcujwmL'iueof the Charlotte Coercer.) WASUINUTON, I). C., February 20. .*\Vould you objooi i11 giving tn? n brit t ?kotoll ol jour hislorj, ami pcoiail) ??f tim history ot your c.m ttecdoti witli tho invention ot' the eleerie lob ti Mini." 00 said tue Observer correspondent titi?* inonu, jr tn Mi. Jindu- Ly nell dominons .'Nul at nil," was tin- r? ply. "I IVHH bouilli lt \iiilUO?il ClCinUlollsVllle, Kovvitu (hint D i> i?l' .'.) o u<?\; North Ciirollutt, on tile Iii-' iluy'Ho c< utber, 181.1, .m li?uni<?w beveniy-two \ cur*o? ?ge 1 ?tin now ou util .nan but very well preserved, UH you cnn ?ce. Cor ino last your or two I bave boen troubled with n sli<:h? dyspepsia, but upurl fr...

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 March 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 The KTer-j?rcen Pine. Oh, a valiant tree Is tho evcr-Rroon pino, That irrowH on tho bleak imiuntniii 8ldo; Hot n fear docs lt fool of tho win? or the ?torin. AB lt nt tunis Uko H klnjr lr? Ita pride. Tho IlKhtnlnjm may Hush 'round Its tall WAT IHR crest, Ami tho wind 'mid IIB branches inAy rave: Uut lt st Ands in its strength Uko a, lion ut bay, Or a hero, who'll ne'er bo a slave. Ob. a sorrowful troo ls tho evor-Rrcen pine ThAt RTows in tho swoot smlliiur VAIO, M murmur* forever a low, plaintive SOUR 1 hat resembles a 'lorn lover's wall. It stretches Ita stronir, shady branches abroad Ai d lt Bidha to tho flowers bolovr, And it tells of tho sorrow corroding Us heart To tho breezes that merrily blow. Oh. a beautiful tree is tho cver-Rreeii pino That RTOWS on tho hill's atopliiR sido; It shellors tho woodbird, gives shade to tho door, And makes cheerful our house, fur and wide. Then honored and loved ...

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 March 1886

?F he Advertiser. j. c. a A UL i y OTON, Knrroii, LAURENS, March loth, 1880. imbscrlptlon rrlce--12 Months, $1.00. FAY ATILT". IN ADVANCE. Mites for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, por Mmisrc, ??no inser tion, 11.00; ouch subsequent inci tion, M cents. Iilbernl reduction made for largo V<t ?.rtlseiuontn. J. C. OARL1 NC "TON A: CO., Proprietors. Cleveland vs. the Senate. The action of President Ci.wvu LAND in refusing compliance with tho unjust and illegal demands Ol the Republican Senate is heartily commended by all holiovors itt our system of constitutions! Govern ment. In placing himself in op position to tho senate, tho President has shown not only u through knowledge of tho constitutional re quirements of his high ofllce, but also the firmness to maintain and transmit unimpaired to posterity its dignity and Independence at all hazards. It is a bold step, but tho time has conn? whoo the will of tin4 people as expressed In tho ( lection that confered the appointing power...

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 March 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENS, Mnrch, 10th, 18S6. ?top at Oray'a Glob? Hotel, Augusta, Oa. URAT IN a .South Carolinian and ox ?.?da a "Carolina woloomw" to all Ins rueuH. _ LOCAL ITEMS. 0?r town nooda n tariff "for rcvenuo only." Tho snfe-hurglors have arrived in Hpartanburg. Miss CARRI ? Toon of Duo Went, ia teaching school at Ora. Tba work of grading tho ntroot is pro grassing satisfactorily. Miss LULA HURST is Inking a literary course in a eollcgo tn Georgia. In some places in town tho "new deal" .nd "a clean swoop" is badly needed. Evangolint MOODY ohjoets to church fairs whero "any girl oat) ho kissed for 25conts." Senator DON CAMERON will accompany Senator Du rLER on Ja visit to Bdgoileld soon. It ls sahl that tho ?overo cold weather did not seriously affect the Florida orango crop. Aa many people como into tho Un I tod StntoH every year aa there aro to-day in South Carolin?. Me? UH. W.A. JAMIKSOS and II, B. KKNNKUY loft yostorday for New York, whero they go to purchase Spring and H...

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 March 1886

PRESIDENT AND SENATE, \\ ME I ss M; BETWEEN THE TWO IS NOW MM'A lil.i. y JOINED, plr, Clovoluiul fr?nenla, in A Cleur ?ml Forelblo Minuter, HI? Vlo\r of Hiv l'owur of Appointment timi Removal. Tho. President's message to tlie Son an) iii regard to ils demands for pape? was roceivod wlien the Senate was in secret session. When it was laid he fore the bod) Senator Harris proposed that it be read willi olosed doors. Senators Kenna and Van Wyek pro tested against Ibis proceeding and de manded that the doors ho opened. After a brief debate Senator Harris withdrew Iiis proposition, and when the doors were opened, the message was read. Tho lol.owing b its tull toxt: To t't ; Senate of thc United ?States: Ever since the beginning of tin present session of thc Senate thc dif ferent heads of departments attached to the executive branch ot the govern ment have been plied wit ii various requests and demands from the coin mi I tees ot the Semite, from incmbei> ot such committees, amt ut last ...

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 March 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Hollyhooks. A 11 :i 1111111 ? ? .. gracolosa (lower, you say* Ah, well, lt Ditty 1*6 so; And ?till it Boomi nut yesterday, That morn I m' Ion? IIK<>. 1 llhnopt POO tho OOttngO vet, Too winding pntli- anti Margarot. A llght-wlngcti broozo Ballet] gouUy by; " lie lin k's eleu non. ular. Thro' ttie til?n, suncos of tho sky, Slid tike II railing star. I never saw li? r look so fa tr; Ah, If I tii|i| hcr-i would gho earp. Within a Scarlet hollyhock, A pollon-latlon boo, Deep plunging, made Hie IIIOHROIII rock. Sile Unshed a smile at me. Ami with a motion swill amt !...!., Sho Mi-h; tho silken pot al? tl^ht. , Loud hummed the bco with angry wing "Why tims KO ill cnn tont? Tito swootfl you BOtiKhl,poor foolish t til ti jr,* * She said, "are all misspent !" My heart leaped up to hear her speak; A sudden OOUragO dyed my elicek. "Darling!" I cried, "oh. Iel him Hy, And take me in his place: Faut prisoned...

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 March 1886

The Advertiser J. c. a A a i.1NG Ti > v, ) : IJAFHF.XS, :.: tri-h ;7lh, j - . Subscription Prlce-lS fl, fl.co. l'AYAIil.i: 1> . hVANC'H. ^att>s for A'iv. i- prdlncn V?I S'ortlKOtnonls, i ?o? h ?uni ... o nu in* - lion, 5-l.fh); t :?. !i t r ll! Itt1 tiou. ?!? couts. . Ll berni reduction mm lo for bi ' ' VertlrfciuvutK. j. c. Cl AK Kl Nt.? TON i O'? Prow let crt? 111. -. Tho Educational Kill. Of nil Vf o snur< thal lt nv.- been laid to entrap ti!" Boulh, \..- eon sider tho Blair Bill (hi Most tillar lng mid most dangerou . M.. of the newspapers, we believe, are rn olined to favor Hie pnssng" i ( lin bill, our represen tn ti ven in I ?tb branche? of Congress tiro divide?.!, tn fact, public Kcntinioni i.i > ; section, especially of tho Mouth, ls divided. Whatever ni ay have h; cn flie ititi nt ion of i ii" fra ni bill, ns il poss fd <he Senate, with all tho objectionable amendments tucked on, WC ene. soy bi thing but evil to result, fi > far .J . Hie Soul ii i ? co...

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 March 1886

M% Advertiser. LMfivSN?; oLiroh, 17th, 188%. feto zrr.vrTT~.T~~">-~-~>->--*~'~~-' ?a1*??.'?;.1;' !?'iyj*",g < ?tap at Gray's CioVe Stott-., AttSU?ta, Oa. , Un AT tu A Hoi'th Carolinian fetal cx V?m< 1 ri a "Carolina welcome" to ali hts .USSt*. LOCAL tTKMH? Tho measles oro raging all o\ ??? tho Country. Mr. J. C. Ki.i.mi r haVi pufrohai : ri u ?,.: : In Brooklyn? Wt l.t. MoTTK has foutul a gold mino ' on Mrs. .1 AN ; H Toon's placo. Tho Hebrew foast of Purim begins on tho evening of tho 18th of Mn roh. Can anyone tell what lia* bccoiUO of tho South Carolina Railroad Cominis-I slot. , Tho Presbyterian Church ul tide place ' hus rocotltly been painted mid othsru In . tinprovod. "Lookor On" casi a bandi Into camp j lastwook. Wo would )?.. glad to hear j from him again. Five thousand now doctora will bo ! ma ii u fact u icd bj medical colleges in tho Untied States tili? sear. lt lu stated that still another cur-load of negroes passed upi ho < '. .'r < Uni I road Ml 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. — 17 March 1886

POLlilCti AJM) l'OUClti?. A TALK WITH COL.. A. K. V., ru m; OM J M rou r v vi TOPIC?. Th? Editor of the Philadelphia "Time-. ? Submit? to nu lutorvlew timi OWcuitnea Home of the Live inane? of tho Day. ?Jul. A. K. Mri lure, the distinguish tl editor ot' tho Philadelphia 1'imes, rceoutly passed through Charleston, and wa* interviewed hy a reporter of the News and Courier, lu reply to requests for an expression of Iiis views apon different matters now greatly nignging the puldic attention, Col. McClure said: CIVIL 8KUVICK UK KO U.M. <*ln the Ural place, wc have more professional politicians in the North than you liare here. Wc have a great doal of dissatisfaction ns to thc civil service reform policy of the President' hut it is among thc politicians who ure so by trade und. who expect Mr. Cleveland to du just what hu has promised not to do. But there is no doubt Unit thooverwlielining sentiment of the Democrats of the Norib is in favor of Mr. Cleveland's policy; and tnat sentiment ...

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. — 25 March 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 In Advance. Now Winter Is lighting hld bottle* With many itu loiolo lonco, Hut I'm wi it in,: n "gentle spring" poet? with tho editors wish "lu advnnoe." It is full, nn ls usual, of "violets," It alludes to the "robin's Amt poop," l hough a blizzard's a dolly oceurrenoo And tho snow-diirts ?rc seven foot do??. Hut tho editors-singular cr?atures, To vii o ni I om hound hand and foot (?rntu nt Fattier Time's typlonl forelock, Till lt's noarly pulled out hy tho root. For they get 'way ahead of thf> season, In a innnoer most wily and urch; Bo that while yon ar?; rending Decorator They finish tho number for Mm ch. And ko vrfcn would hopo for accoptano* Must strib up betimes with bis tune, And sing Harvest Hom? tn Mld-Wlntsr Ami jln,,lo his slelgh-bfrils in June. 80 when my spring p*em ts finished. No rest does my weary pon got; 1 must write a rovlow of a novel Which Isn't itself written yeti -Hesslo Ch...

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. — 25 March 1886

JFhe Advertiser. J. C. d A UL TNG Ti KW F DI TOh\ LAU11ENS, Morell 24th, 180p. Subscription Pvice--12 Months, f 1.C0. PAYABLE IN ADVANCJ:. Rates for Advertising. Ordtn ry vortiseniiuits, pei* sonni .. Ono ln> - Hon, fl.fr); < ?eil BU? . -, . tion. 50 cent .. Libera) reduction made for lain vertlsemotitti. 0. c oAiil.i \'. . A i o.. Delegates to tho Coming Con vontlon. Judging from tho tono of our State exchanges, it seems that a>i Agricultural Convention will soon beheld. Tin; exact object of this convention is perhaps not known, but we can see no harm lu thc farmers organizing an agricultural association, lt seems n move in thc right direction. Similar or ganisations in other .States have been successfully managed and proved to bo beneficial to farmers. Several years ago the order of Orangers was very popular, and secured hundreds of thousands ol' member.-', but this organization hos , well-nigh died out, simply because i lt undertook to do more than ii could reasonably ho...

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. — 25 March 1886

The Advertiser. L.UJRKNs, March, LMth, 1886, Stop at Oray's Olo'n ilo'.ro, Au-usta, Oa. GRAY ts A Mouth Carolinian and ox tends a "Carolina welcome-" to all his eruegtg._ LOCAL iTi:r*is. Seeordlnnnco of Town Council in an other column. Tho M il am t rest lo, on "be Laurens. Railroad, ?y being thoroughly over hauled. \ poHtofllo has h. i n CKtubllHhed'nt j ..Maddon, on the 0. L. A. s., four miles j from thi.s nineo. Wo lindnrstnnd tli a Mr. W..1.1IUN I'lllt will have on hand a ear-load of iee by 1st of Mnv. Prof, w. \V. DUNCAN, i>. i>.. of Spnr lauburg, will preach nt Waterloo on Sunday, 2*1 li inst. A call is made for un Agricultural Meeting at Madden's, on Saturday 27th, nt3o'clock I*. M. Young nu.ii interest! i'. hi liase Dall aro requested to meet In Watta' Hall on Wednesday night. Tho font Ivo rabbit will soon I nangur do a moonlight campaign upon thu gardons of industrious ell'/.eas. Merchants who advert?s" liberally never complain of hard limes. Tin y alway s have money ...

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. — 25 March 1886

t I i \ 1 l \ M> AM) UKLK.ION. Ornttftetl i?y tlu Prnyers or the Pious, mu Elating Everything Like Hypocrisy. ( Washington Latter to Pittsburg Leader.) "A very lingo per rent, ol' I ho peo ple throughout tho country seem to be bent on evangelizing President Cleve land," observed ono ol tho Chief Ex ecutive's most intimate friends to-day. "Mi. Cleveland was telling me the other day thal he sometimes thought lhere was an impression lu the minds of too many '..omi folks that he pro sent ?da tine opportunity for thc mis sionaries. 1 asked him why he thought so and he laughingly replied: 'Oh, if tho ttdvleo give.e was concen trated on Africa, it would civilize and Christianize that whole wild and wicked and dark country.' I had lu laugh, for lhere was HO much serious, ness and yoi th y humor in it all. Cleveland realizes, as he is reminded so often and so forcibly, that in a cer tain way he sets au example to the world, but it worries him a little, I can sec, to be told by hundreds of...

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. — 31 March 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 A i..'uni ofGladness. How softly How. among Sonoma's lilli?. Thc too-cold springs, iho inorry*honrtcd rills; rragranoe of pino my wandorfng fancy thrills, Till, oven through lin- city's nolie built walls, 1 near tho chant ?ir sudden waterfalls, Onco mor?% through o**lar boughs th? black bird calls. There, nro wild cliffs OH M< ndociuo's shore, And well I know th? .cawood on th? tloor Of biddon caves, and manv a marvel moro. Pacific's heart hath legend* wis? and old; Go thou, and walt In voices manifold Whoo storms an? loose, to hear Ino story told. Airain I seo gray mountains purely clad With gloaming snow, vast peaks forever olad Huon heights ns thesu thb older singers had. Again ono halls th? sunlight's burst of foam On lassen's noak*, on Shasta's snowy dom?, Whore lilies btooni lieiicath th? glacier's homo. Hut host tho redwood Bhade, tho p 'iico it bringt, WI oro fanales riso as crystal mounta...

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. — 31 March 1886

JFhe Advertiser. J. C. GAJiLIXUTOX, /:/>rro/i, LAURENS, March ?Hst, 1880. Subscription Prlco--13 Months, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCK. Itntos for Advert?s!liff. Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, Ono inser tion, $1.00; oneil SllbsoqilOIlt inser tion, ?Vt cents. Liberal rodlietiotl matte fur largo AU rsrilsomeiits. J. C. CARLINGTON oi CO., Proprietors, sa... ... ---i . . i Tho Absorb?ng issue. It Is now n settled fact timi thc farmers nil over tho country will make a desperate offert to perfect ?n organization, or at least to ho rep resented in tho Convention which will soon assemble in Columbia. Tlie exact course w hich thia Con vention will pursue, remains to ba seen. It really appears that tho time has come- for something to be done to benefit the agricultural In terest of the community. Wo are heartily in sympathy with all who desire to benefit tho farmers, and thus benefit the State. While it is known that agriculture is not n*< prosperous as it should he, yet wc do not 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. — 31 March 1886

Advertiser. LAURENS, March', 81st, IS.SG. LOCAL NOT1CS. Sec fiotloool Bridge, lo Lot. The Building and Loan still flourishes. rcnorco Presbytery moots ut this place on April "th. Wo need a Cotton Seed Oil Mill and a National Hank. Sovoral valuable lots in town will bo ?old ou Saleday next. Laurens in a booming town despite tho "bolos in tho wall." "Wo wore sorry to miss our interesting lotter from Clinton hist week. Mr. A. W. Anderson bas roeontly im proved his dwelllug on Laurens Street. An Important spring nnnouneemont of Minter ?& Jamieson will appor noxt wook. When "Joo Prince." ha? pitched bia "crap," wo hopo to havo moro poetry, Wo liko 'om. Mr. IlroH TC. (?RAY lias purchased eight lots in Jersey City, und will cruet dwelling on them at once. "Eugono" favor? TUE ADVURTISKH with an excellent siti?la, "Jloiulnes concoa of Obi Huntsville." Mr. I). M. PATTON bas purchased the interest of Mr. J. W. LEAKE in the cloth ing establishment at thia place. The Supporters of Mr. Clevel...

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. — 31 March 1886

A 1UID0NTUE SOUTH. ?HE UUPUKLICA.N PKUQKAMMK KO IT J TUL: KAU, CAMPA ION. Hrpeul'i' ; til?? Attack WU ?l??? IVrhtdvllt - j Til? Mtrilgglu foi Or?gOU**HuII WctiiU f.il' thc s,,uti,. ( Correspond* ncc of thc NeWS and Courier.) WASIIIKOTON, Mm eli ?M.- Oms visi ble effect of tho warfare inaugurated Upon thc Ail mi ulai rut iou by the Re publleau Senate Inn boon lo bring die President and Democratic Congi ess? nico into better relations than existed at tho opening of Congie**. Senator PlllOlb, of Kansai-, who opposed thc Edmunds movement from its inception and who has not endeavored to con ceal his opposi'ion, remarked that it was foolish policy from a political view. Ile said a mooth or mure ago: ..Bj assailing tlie President we (the Republicans) will inevitably drive thc Duinoci'AtS to his support. They can not do any thing else.'' Senator Plumb's political perception has been verified by thc result. It was patent to the Democrats at the outset that they could not even hold alool (rom...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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