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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 wm .-,,. iiuiuii i ll V?U1J1>, FROM M VII I II \ W.\MII,\UTO.\ TU IW?E BLIXAIIKTII (LKVIil.WD. An liitci?Miiii.; bkelrh ol tin- Women Mho Haw Dr. II >||sirc?Nr? ol tho While IIOIIHP. (From tho I'htlado phia Time .) Tho announcement timi t)i?- President will many Miss frances Folsom in Juno recalls tim historia series of White I Inns.' nuptials. Washington, it is well known, married long before ho became Presi dent, or ?von general of the anny. Ho met tho lovely Willow Cnst is ?I Wil liamsburg during bis service as n mem ber of tho Virginia Legislature. Mrs. Washington presided OM I-tia- Executive household at tho stat ol' government, first in Now York, Hu n in this city, with u good deal of forinality. Their house in this city was ono'rented from Robert Morris, on Market street, between Fifth and Sixth, lt was hero tho Friday levees were held, and the rules wore very rigor ous. Tho first Presid...

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. — 12 May 1886

The Advertiser j. c. a A itt A xe roy, ND i roi;, LA l HF.NS," May 12th, ISSI}. . Subscription Piioe--12 MOUth-J. $1.00. ? : . v.\WVAA: rs AI-Y.\N< ?.:. Ibises for A.I \ . l l ?sin..;. Ordinary .Vd' vcrliscmclits, si|il:ni'. i'm- inser tion, $1.00; euell subs?quent inst r tloll, rents. I.ilu ral fediletlod liiiide Ihr largo Ad vrrt INCIIICIII s. .1. c. < < A ULLNCTO.N A CO., I'rnnrio.tora. THU COXSTlTt'TlOX, Thorn uro persons who delight in Unding inuit with tho Consti tution of Sunt h Cn rid ina. WC rec ognize tho i ni i ?orl ance ol'preserving tho sanctity of thu organic I nw. Wc must have n enstttution upon which wo cn 11 !<><>l< with a fooling of pride, and t<> protect it, must over lie considered the sacred duly of patriotic citizens. If tho present 1 organic structure is so radically de fective as to render this respect impossible, then lei us lut VC il now t '?institut ?on. Wo.ire, however, doch led?! ,v op posed t?^ Ihc * * ,< J J mr a consti...

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. — 12 May 1886

'che Advertiser. LAURENS, May 12th, 1880, e?-local and Special^ Itnilroiul rover, liku tho ti<iY, comes ll11(1 KOCH. Laurens experts a rousing time at Com? nicueeinent. 'Moo Prince" received too late for pub lication iu Ibis issue. Of all thc ills Unit llesli is heir to, fully one bail are Imaginary. Our morehnnta generally, observa tho regulation of closing ut U o'clock. Cour tea v is not like a dress-suit, to ls? worn only on company occasions. A slight change in tho schedule <>n tho Laurens Koa.I look elfte I las! week. Maj. J.\s. < 1. WlllTNKlt, a prominent lawyer ol' < ?loenville, died on Hie fit ll. As a general thing, wheat ami oats til i'iu" in m i tbc county are promising, Theswool prirl graduate in now think ing of thc Commencement in .lune. Don't put oil'doing a kindness for fear it will not i.e received with gratitude. A fruit canning establishment \\ ill bo established ai Abbeville during tho year. t'a'riners are busy, paying more atten tion to their erup...

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. — 12 May 1886

SWINDLING "UNCLE SAM. CANCK1.K1) STAMPS CLEAf?EP AM) US Kl) IN LARGS QUANTITIES. Washing with Acttln-l'utchlng TbgetUer Unenncel.-u Part? of Several Stauips? How They Are Hued. (From the St to York Star.) "The most trouble onie ofi'ondors against governinoul laws uro Ibo ex ports who uso canceled postage stamps," said a postofflco oiUoial thoothorday. ..They have a system of washing out tho cancellation marks that is so suc cessful as to make dotoolloii almost impossible bl tho offices Of large eil ies Uko New York and Chicago, where so many letters are handled daily, and ?where rapidity is thc most desirable feature, it is impossible for the men who cancel -tamps lo examine each one carefully. Then, too, a groat deal of the win k is done by gaslight, and this is a point which tends to aid the conspirator against the government's income. "Any one who has seen a postofliec employ? in tho New York ellice grab ti bunnie of lettCl*8 lind cancel tho stamps with lightning-like rapidity ca...

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. — 19 May 1886

. _ _ \(? - U \ . O Y I 7- v - ' (flTill#>t1fV iH?15 flit$wttti% VOL. I. LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19,188?. NO. 42. ?UUUUIITS IOU THE MONTH. BOMB BKABONAIILK M OOl.sI loxs FHOM IIIUII Al THOU ITV. Wlint Work lite (Jood I'm mn ? HllOllId llo lu thc Mimili of May-All IntercNtlllg Article Prow nu IntrlllKotM Writer, (W IJ. Jono* in the May "Cultiv-Cor.") Tho earth is now wann onoagh for grasa and weeds to grow rapidly. Thoy cannot bo porinittcd t<> share with the oropsthe plan! food in the soil; oxtermi nation of them i? now the order of Hie day. How to accomplish this economi cally, rapidly and without injury to young crops is ono of tho nicest problems Uie farmer is called upon to solve. In the recent progress of agriculture, tho old-time method ot running around young plants with ii narrow scooter, hav ing u board nailed to foot and beam on one side to prevent throwing dirt on the little plants, first gave way to the sweep. The latter shaved the surface nicely, a...

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 May 1886

The Advertiser J. c oAif/Viyafox, i?b/roh, LA rm-,xs, May loth, isfn?. lubsorlptlon Prloo-- 13 Months, 91.00. i'AVA?i.r: IN Ai>V A Nt ' I*M l?alos Cor Advertising. <It'dtnat'v Ail vot'tisunionts, por st j u aro, i 'nc inser tion, fl.CO; euell subsequent ?us r tiillJ, ."(il edits. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertiseniouts. (J, CAR LIN Ci TON A CO., Proprietors, wt LL TH BY SUOOKST. While nearly every other section of tho Stttto ls enjoying a season of unprecedented tranquility on the eve of a political campaign, Lau rens County is boiling over with (lie "fanner-' movement." Now,jus! who are farmers, and what I* this .'farmer*' mo\ement," aro inter 08 ti li? quest ions. Kron) present indications wo are lcd to believe that this movement, at leas! in this County, has u?sum< i an entirely different shade from that which Mr. TILLMAN originated. lt has boon currently reported I that the recent caucus, composed of .seventeen representative farm ers, who met here last week, ...

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 May 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENS, May 10th, 1880. glosai anti Sp?Gial.??, Plc-ulca and rod-bugs aro now m BOU" Hon. A "Oily Park" is among tho possibil ities oflhefuture. Whenever you turn u e,,w into a flold slip I.jinns real ?slalo, Tho Mineral Spring in Itrooklyn has hoon pul in .-nod condition. Tho young "llnths of the law" will or ganize a mool court next week. They say that Rvo was created for Ailani's Kxpress Company. Why isa hen on a fence, like a eent ? Tts head on ono ?hie ami tail on the other. A groal IUI mho r ot' our lawyers a( tonded tho Suprnie Court in Columbia, last week. Tho t loee store-rooms of W. I.. HoYl), opposite Robertson's Hotel have heen neatly painted. Mr. Cl. M A nan A m. Jonn.vx, of (?rom wood lied on the Mih inst. at I,uko Har ris I'la f llis xv|"t0r , < so, t. A torrlhlo eyelono passod through rjreenvllloon Saturday evening, lous ing eonsid ruble damage to property. We are sorry lo learn that tho popular dry-good s linn or UIIAYIIAM ?S:SPA nits eontcmplate...

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 May 1886

TUB DOOM OK VIA \ Killi ti, yo Apparent Chane?' tor Him to IStcape Hu Oallows?Noiuelhbig ni Hie Crime Ile Com milled. The cuso of Thomas J. Cluvorius, con victed of tho murder of Fairnie Lillian Madison, lias attracted widespread atten tion. As thc larfs ct tho COHO may have passed out of recollection, a brief state ment may now bo proper. On the 18th March, 1885, al 8 o'oloek, n. m.. Miss Fannie Lillian Madison arrived in Kiele mond from Bath county and wen! to thc Aim rican Hotel, where she rem ste red ns "Miss F. L. Merton." Noxt morning her dead body was lound in the old city reservoir, a short distance west of Holly wood cemetery. Ou tho 18th, mar Little Plymouth, in the county of Kine and Queen, her first cousin, T. J. (.'hive ri us (Kia-veers), was arrested, charged with the murder of the deceased. He waived au examination before tho Police Justice, was indicted in April, and wie brought to trial in the Hustings Court of Richmond nt the May term. On the ttl: day of .lune the ...

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 May 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 THU SOUTHERN K KU it O. Notifiable buck ut Pro^reuM in Um Itlnek Man Wileri) L'lieiieuiiilivreil l?y ihr \\ hite*, TbeAmorioan negro is an anomaly, naya u John's Island, Booth Carolina, correspondent of the Chicago Ti mo?. Thousands of volumes have bceu written about lum and ninny ton thousands of editorials und magazine articles, and the more we study him thc more we don't know about some (d' his peculiari ties. Alni now, after seeing the free negro in the North, thc slave negro in thc ?South, and thc freeman and freed man both North and South, and after coming to ?onie conclusions in regard to them, I lind on this coast alni these islands an entirely now variety of the genus, necessitating a new theory. To the best ol' my knowledge eve ry prophecy ever made about the American negro has been completely falsified by foote. 1 do not, ju.i now, remember ono guess, oven by thc wisest, (hut has proved co...

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 May 1886

*Fhe Advertiser 7. c. a A nu x<;r<>.\\ i:i>ivoh\ LAT KENS, May 2(5th, IHS?. Subscription Prlce--12 Months, $1.00. l'A YAltl.F, IN A 1>VA NC H. KatOM for Advertising, ordinary Ad vertisements. poi" square, < >ne inser tion, $1.00; ettell KUbseqUOIlt inser tion, fm rents. Liberal reduction made for large Ail vortinoinouts. J. c. Li ARLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. IT WILL NOT IX). During th? pas! week wo have Interviewed several representative men from various sections of the County upon the subject agitating the farmers, vi/.: tho propriety ol' nominations for o lilt'e by Agricul rural ( 'luLs. This movement, while strongly advocated Ly a low, is hy no means unanimously concurred in. Now in tho outset wo wish to draw a distinction between tho movement US originated hy H. lt. TILLMAN and that w hich some ol' his folio wet's ure seeking to curry into effect in this County. Mr. Tl LL MAN emphatically denies that he intends to split tho Democratic party, he denies (hut ...

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 May 1886

JFhe Advertiser. LAURENS, May 20tli, 188?. TUB LAURENS MARKET. LAUiiKNH, 8. C., May 2<?. 1>. R. Shies, C.. HaniH, Magnolia, 11<> Lard, Rofllied, 7 ((>, 71 ? Corn, white, per bushel, Q5Q Meal, per bushel, a."ie Orita, per bbl., |3.2S ?> fcJ.75o Flour, N.50<a$(1.60 Sugar, Granulated, por bbl 7'4e Nails, por keg, 10 1) Basia, f&OO Cotice, iou Molasses, 21 (<t 40c Salt, 12."> lhs. j)or saek, J?Q ?alocar an? SpGGia?tK ?w-.-. i_ To church the two logother went, Both, doubtless, on devotion heat. Tho pat a ni prended with lluent case, On l'liaraseos and Saddle es; And, as they homeward slowly walked The lovers on tho sermon talked. And ho deeply loved the maid - In soft and tender accent said: "Darling, do you think wo Are Pharisee and Saducoo?" She Hashed on him her bright black eyes Di one swift look of vexed surprise, And thus, bo hastened to aver ll?; was her constant worshiper, "Hut, darling, I insist" said he, "That you are very tair-I-see. I know you d...

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 May 1886

Bll?Tl? (VF THE CONFEDERACY. A GLANCE BACK TO nu: DAYS OF TWENTY-FIVE Y EA KS AUO. i Nei n, ..i du* Inauguration of President Jefferson I>tivls--Th<j fl rsl Confederate Money, (lie I'li sl ? lan. (ho First Soldiers nml (lu- I li si Cinl or. (Wash. Letter lo the Ac/'- York World.) **No, sir, 1 was not willi Mr. Davis at Montgomery this weok to hear him pronounce what youIU'0 pleased lo call thc funeral oration ol'tho Confederacy. I was there wi:li him twenty-live years ago and heard Ililli make a ?peech Uiuch moro cheerful, lt was Iiis inau gural a> President-tho baptismal sor vico you might call il-ol'tho Coufed oracy. I was one of thc marshal's aids on that occasion, mid represented South Carolina." The >pcaker, chat titi"; with a group of his friends in tho parlor of the National Hotel, was f ol. Henry I). Capers, of Georgia. Ilehnsbccn'horo for several moulus and his erect llguro and gallant bearing arc much re niai ked. 1 lc was private secretary ol' tho ll rsl Confe...

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. — 2 June 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 HU? r ii i wu r, ito lUMhiN NON. Mit, ll. H. TII.MI.WK VB UV MOUBHT IMMI.Ull Blt. I hr Olijri'lioni lu HM* .'..'lion of ll?' C'OHVCII? Hon Cotllilderrd-TIlC *trn,;;clliiK Orlct:ntrt< Partner*' College natl li? CoHt-CoiiNOtutloiinl Convention. I'D tin' Editor (rf Thc Xt <rx and Convier: Pr?same of tarni work since tho adjourn ment of tho "Furniers' Convention" has left mo no timo to reply to tho fusilado of criticism called forth hy its action. And, first, left me correct some mis takes and misai .prehensions o? your Re porter. Thooffort to belittle the Con vention and elevate mc on the pedestal of the demagogue by saying, "lt vas dipt. Tillman's Convention all the way through," otc., will not burt our cause in the least, because it is not true. ft was a representative body of earnest, in telligent men taking counsel for tito good Of the State, and what little control I exercised over its action...

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 June 1886

? fie Advertiser 0. (*. (?A h'1.1VOTOXt EDITOR, LAUXIKNS, June Sd, I88f^ iabscrlptton Prlco--12 Months, SI.00. PAVABLH IN ADVANOK. Hains for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square. One inser tion, $1.00; ouoh subsequent Inver tion, "ii* cents. Liberal reduct iou mudu for large Ad? Tttrtincuterd.s. J. C. UAULINOTON A CO., I "ropr totora. ARISTOCRACY rs. IHIMOC KACY. "I'd rather ho an unit Of au united and Imperial ''l'on,' Thun Hinno a lonely though a gilded oiphor." History tells us that even some of those Who nilled in the forma tion of the Republic of America, doubted tho stability of our insti tutions. Aa late as the second presidential election, JOHN ADAMS contended that a certain mixture of aristoc racy with monarchy was neces sary to that balance of interest without will *h free government could not exist. Not SO tho illus trious JEFKKRSOX. Me who was the fut her of democracy, insisted that free government could only exist when the people wore capable of governing t...

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 June 1886

f?j? Advertiser. LAURENS, Juno 2d, 1880. TUM LAURENS MARKET. LAUttKNH, S. C., May 20. D. S. Sides, If ams, M ugnolia, 1 [Q Lard, Re?nod, 7 (,(. 71 < Cum, white, per bushel, Rac Meal, por bushel, ,;.-". Ilrits, per bbl,, $3.25 ur $3.75o flour, $4.50 (({ $o.50 Sugar, (Jranulalcd, nor bbl 7?0 Nails, per ko?, ll) l> llasis, $3.00 Felfee, pl(. Molasses, 2\ (<> Ide Snit, 12.ri lbs. per sack, 7.-,c ?S.lo6aI and SpseiaLfc SAM JOSHS is now waging war on base-ball. WltiKtiK1 Hook and Drug Storo ts the placo for line cigar?. Tho streets and sonare uro producing un excellent crop of hay. The State Press Association will meet .m June 18th, at Spartanburg. The Young men are arranging fer a 'rand Hall at Commencement. The Itaptist Church has received cle mant silver for Communion service. A ?reat many wollaliavo been injured ?y the frOshot.Tho walls have fallen in. Our correspondent from Power thinks the G. ?V h. will not be completed before December. Puring the Itasc-ball Tournament, ...

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 June 1886

Ali Ovorivorkori Wunl. Wc wake up and make tip, Wc rako up and shake up, Aud uso tho word "up" when wc can: "Wo dripk up and think up, Wo killi, up and shrink np, And do up a sid rt iiko a man. Wc slack up and hack up, "Wo stack up and whack np, And hold up a man or an ace; Wc beer up and cheer up, "Wc steer up and clear up, And work ourselves up on a case. Wc walk up and talk up, Wo stalk up and chalk up, And ovorj where "up" '8 to bc heard We wet up and set up, Bul hanged it' wo lot np On "up", the much overworked word .nu: ourin:i s or nu-: WOODS. (theSouthern Mooklug Ulrtl-lila Haunt* Song .MU? Windon Destruction! (li)'oni the Macon ((?'</.) Telegraph.) Up to emancipation times, or ratho thc close ol' thc war, mocking bird wcro plentiful everywhere in Georgia Durin?!; the years that followed frcedon armed a race to whom guns had bcci forbidden. The negro became ai enthusiastic hunter, hut bc w is un skilled and could gratify his craze fo destroying only upon birds that wen ne...

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 June 1886
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 June 1886
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 June 1886

LAURENS, Juno Oth, 188?. ?jLi'jii.' tea gggggg sass g THE LAURENS MA UK KT. tiAURKKS, H. C., Muy 26. I). H. shies, iy;c I lams, Magnolia I2KC Lard, Relined, 7 (ii 00 Corn, white, por bushel, K">O Nt "al, por bushel, 85e Orbs, por bbl., |3.25 (?"i $3.75o Flour, $4.50 (ii $0.00 HUKttr, Granulated, por bbl 8o Nail?, por ko?, 10 I) Rasia, $3.00 CoO'ee, 10e Molasses, 24 (? 40o Halt, 125 lb?, por Hack, 760 Soo LAW (.'ard of Maj. N. S 11 \ IMUS Thu C. A. G. railroad is ??rain lu opera tion. Roo notieo about JULIAN DALTON, In another column, and Lo governed linne hy. Tho Wllliamston Hasp-ball niuo will play the T,aureus boys hero lO-duy (Tues day). Train hands on t ho I,aurons Railroad report a genuino Hood at Newbury on Monday. What OffOOt will CLEVELAND'S ronnn clation of Homo Huh? havo? is now tho (pi osti?n. Wo roeoived an invitation to our girl's marriage lasb week. . Morry wo could not ho prosent. Hovera! of our young men attundod tho Hall ac (Jreonvillo on Thursday evening. WILKES...

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 June 1886

A FLORIDA COON HUNT. Incidents, Accidents anil Fun to Ile Found tn nu Old-Fashloued Way. "Como," said thc Major, flipping thc ashes from lu's cigar, "let's go coon hunting to^Uight." "Whv, certainly; when do you start?" " "I will come for you at 1 p. m.," he answered. "It is ten miles to the {limitation-our starting point for tho mut. I'll ride Selim and bring my black maro for you. She is a daisy, ii" sho is a little frisky. Good day." At 4.SO p. m.* wo mounted our horses and rode out toward tho setting BIMI. It was a beautiful afternoon, with just a suspicion ot* fall in the cool, sweet breeze. On either side were tangled masses of wild and shaggy undergrowth, tho ilotsnm and jetsam ol'thc redundant life of nature. Giant oaks and stalely pines stood guard over these and lofty bamboo bines climbed to thc top for ti more extensive view. Sometimes tho road ahead of us would seem to come to an abrupt conclusion, tho overarching trees appearing to torin au impassable barricade, A- wo a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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