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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 June 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 DUELING IN 01,1) TIMES. AN INTURftSTINU ACCOUNT OF 'NIH t'ODB As IT WAS. liirldpnlH of Ihr I ii I.I of Hourn- In Ante li. limn lin> ?..-uu.- of Paddy O'Cork'i II?'NI Skell tim nu- Career of McCliui*>*lllii Skill Willi ? riKtol"Uitit-r Interfiling Incident*. (from tho Atlanta CoilUillHlon.) However barbarous muy bo tho custom of dueling, us such, it is still iv fact of liistorionl value that no dueling commu nity over yet, failed to send out good sol diers in time of war. I havo been told by old residents of Mississippi thal tho career of MoOlung at Hint stimulated ap peals to thc lox talionis, but that tow ards tho last it acted as a deterrent example. Tho duel ceased to be a duel in the ordi nary acceptation ol tho word and became a butchery. McClung, of course, ran little or no risk, und it tilled the publie gonernlly with a sickening contempt to realizo that tho leading men of Missis sippi l...

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 June 1886

*Phe Advertiser, J. C\ GABLINGTOX, KDITO??, LAURENS, Juno Kith, 188?. BubeciIfctloM Pric?--12 MonUia. $1.00. fAYAHLR IN ADVANCE. Kate* Tor ^Advertising.- Ordinary Ad? rartlsefut?nta, por square, One tusar tloit, $1.00; euch subsequent Inser tion. b7<$ftt?a? Liberal ro'ductlon mude for largo Au YertiseinetitM. J? C. (??UI.INOTON A CO., Proprietors. Il O AV WE STAND. Where does tho.--l</i,cr*7*e-/,stnnd '.' We can't understand its position. Under caption "Aristocracy vs. De mocracy-," he gives the .great fa mir era*movement fits, then ho speaks of lt ns A good movement and will be productive of good results.-"/?;/? J*asmnty fn Lt?t?rensvtlle Ife'rahl. Iuusmuoh ns "Kn Passant bas clearly mistaken our article, "Aris tocracy vs. Democracy," when bo says it "gives the great farmers' movement fits," we are not sur prised that he does hot understand our position. If ho will take tho trouble to read that article care fully, he will find that wo attempt ed to show the difference between...

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 June 1886

JFhe Advertiser. LAUKHXH, Juno Uitli, 1880. tg?O?al anfl Special,]*, A run Offoccurd on tho (J. 1.. A- S. near Coronara on Friday. Nobody hurt. Call on TOM. LKAKK for COlobrntod "brindle eat?"-- tjtole agent for this placo. Too p?enle at I-on;', braned Behool house ha? been postponed until 2nd Sat urday in July. Tho Grand Hall of the season will bo given nt Watts' Hall on Wednesday ovo nlng. Filmer's Hand, of Augusta will furni?h music. An effort is hoing made to havo thc Fan Drill repented nt the dose, of tho ex orcises thl? evening, and wo trust that lt may bo BUCOSSflll. This part of tho programo can well bear a repetition. I positively assert, and nm contldonl that I can substantiate whnt I say. 1 have the best $3.00 ?hoe thnt wns over Hold in Amorten. D. M. PATTON. I havo a big lot of Clothing and lt 1? for ?nie. I wnnt to s?dl of course and will ?ell at roduoed prices. 1 will not quote price? ns I am selling so astonish ingly low I fear tho publie will distrust ino. 1>. M. ...

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 June 1886

DEATH AND DESTRUCTION ! A PASSENGER TRAIN THROWN FROM A mun i M i -11 i . An Appalling Accident on ihr Northeast*" n Ri?Mrnii,|-S( ?, u Young IVupU- Killed mid Tv, ?ha Wounded. (Mew? and Courier, Stu.) Many homes in Charleston arc wrapped in gloom this morning, ami thc entire com munity shares in the sorrows of the afflicted families In this thc awful hour of their] grief. Six young souls, hurled into eterni ty without a moment's warniug, and thir teou crU&hcd, bruised and wounded people constitute tho sum of thc fearful tragedy on thc Northeastern Railroad yesterday afternoon. The ?Mise (d' tho accident will ho thc subject of futuro inquiry. At present no one b ems to know definitely what caused this fcarf' i calamity. The train which left Charleston shortly after noon carried thc usual number of passengers hound north ward, among them some of the brightest and best beloved of thc young people of Charleston. Tlie Saidee Swamp was reached ou time, and herc the down train due in ...

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. — 23 June 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 .THE SNOW-CAPPED "ROCKIES." IMPnBSMONS OK A THU? Tllltni Oil Uli: STATU OF COM? JW HO. Scene* Aloug Ilia Houte by Unll-Tho Wonder, ful City of D?nver-Tlie Futuro ?r n Urea I Commonwealth. (Denver Letter In Pomeroy'a Democrat.) Those who vide in ?looping mrs in the East are quite apt to romain in their bench to turn, snooze, think, plan and rest a? on they roll. Not so hero. Sun rise, and all were tip. Tho cars ol' tho Burlington Route were so well Lulen with passengers that every berth was occupied, the grout majority of pr-ssen gers in the sleepers being persons from tho East who had never been to Denver, novcr seen its rocky mountains. Near ing their destination, they were like thc, carly bird. It is now six o'clock. In two hours wc will bc in Denver. The berths have all been made up for thc day, thc cars dusted ou( and people are on thc qui vive. We are running southwest. Bo land ns is tho head of...

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. — 23 June 1886

Whe Advertiser. Et"""1 ' . ?? ..' J .". 17 c. (/.i RLiJvarox, IJI>ITOR\ LA Tl? ENS, Juno 23d, 183?. Subiorlptlon Prlco--12 Mouthe, $1.00. PAYA?LK IN ADVANCK. Hatos for Advert I si nu;.- Ordinary Ad vortlscnicntH, |K?r ?miare, Ono inser tion, $I.Q0? each ?iibseijuent inser tion, .r>n I'Mi'tM. Liberal reduction made tor largu Ad Vvrtiseincnls. J. (?AHI.IN?: TON ?V CO., Proprietors. 'mn *1 .? ? ? - j DANGKll A Uli AD. Tho ono grout question willoh threatens our government, ?md ono upon which Homo action must be taken in tho nour future, is Hud of railroads. Congress hus spent a great deal of time upon the consid eration of is known ns the Inter states Commerce lull, which seeks to have a commission appointed to regulate freights and place the supervision of railroads in the hands of tho national government. Numerous itiftteulties arise in the consideration of this important matter. When it comes to thc "long-bani" and "short haul" thc best statesmen have failed to renell a satisf...

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. — 23 June 1886

pe Advertiser. LAURENS, June 28d, 1880. alocar anfl SpgGiaLfc Now 1H tho timo to begin improve ments. Mvorybody reports the failure of whost and oat crops. . Who would have a public ofllco? Don't all answer at once. Working like a horso a lawyer draw ing up a conveyance. The President hus declined a valuable gift from tho Sultan of Turkey. The state Democratic Nominating Convention moots on August 4th next. Mr THAD DUCK KT, on estimable young man, died at Greenwood on Tuesday last. Tho Newberry Cotton Factory bas re ceived an order for PX) bales of cloth, from China. Crops throughout tho County are late and need attention. The prosdeet is not encouraging. It ls staled that onions placed in wheat will prevent weevils. This is something worth trying. Commencement week liss passed, and lt Booma, has carried with it all the lifo ?nd gaiety of our town. Tho article in our last issue from "Oth erwise" was well received. It was to tho point, and eminently correct. The revenue tax Oil impor...

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. — 23 June 1886

WOMEN AS BULL.FIQHTJBllS. The Brutal Spurt Carried on In Kian? ? tag Woll a? lu Spain. (from the Loiulon Telegraph.) Bull-baiting und lighting fa not yet over in Franco any moro thun in Spain. Despite tho outcry that was raised so tuc months ugo relative to tho dis graceful scones that occurred in thc amphitheatre at Nones during a bull bi.iting carnival, tho samo spectacles be ve been again witnessed amid the enthusiasm of ten thousand spectators. On Monday, May 10, the famous am phitheatre, a relic, of old itotnan times, was fol! to repletion with a crowd of excited beings who had como lo wit ness tho skill and prowess of tho Mata dor Frutos and his compeors. What was more, three toreras were to appear, this hoing thc first limo that women have entered tho arenas at Nimos. At throo o'clock in thc after noon the performances began with a grand procession of Spanish bull fighters, nullo and female, who rode proudly imo the enclosed spaco to tho sound of military music. Three toreras...

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. — 30 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. — 30 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. — 30 June 1886

mm nam m i* tym *-I JFJjQ Advertiser. I4.VUUKN?, Juno :imi>, 1880. G?ll TXOKST. AM "Mintos" ure in ortlor, wo will sug gest this ticket to tho Democratic Con vention : J110. s. Ilruttoii, of fairfield, for Gov ernor, Jus. Rimons, of Chnrleaton, Lloutcn 11111-t inventor. W. I,. Muultllu, <>! Greenville, Secre tary of Minto. John I*. Ule Ii ard aon, of Clarendon,for Treasurer. 8. C. McCall, of Marlboro,Comptroller Oonornl. lb W. Bill, of liUitroiiH, Attorney Gon eral. L?\ W. Me Muster, of Richland, Super Intondotit of l?duont lon. W. w. Ilumprios. of Anderson, Adju tant ami Inspector General. ??local and SpGGiai.iK Walking canes fur girls arc (ho latest orassc. Everybody will bein town to see tho Raso-ball gamos. There ls tllllO OtlOUgh to make bottom corn if thc rain ceases. Several new residences will he built in town during the nu nun er. Wo linderst and that a dancing class will bo organized hero Hoon. Wo onll attention to tho card of l>. ll. CANTKV, Barber, in another...

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. — 30 June 1886

The Advertiser^ j. c. QAHLixaro.y, EIUTOI:, LAURENS, Juno 80th, I8SI5. Subscription Prlce--U Months, 51.00. j 1* A Y AI) h Vi IN ADVANl'li. Hates for Advertising. Ordinary Atl- ? vertisemeiits, per square, < ?nc in-' r lion, $1.00; Piu'h Kilbscipioill inser tion, Ml cents. I Liberal rmi net lo? mudo for largo Ad vertisements. J, C. U ARLINGTON ?V CO., 1*1 oprictors. SHALL THEY O KG A NIKE. ED. ADVKKTISKK:-In thu lust Issue of your paper, 1 noticed Hint you urged upon tho merchants of Laurens the importance of organ- < gnulling for the purpose of hone Utting themselves in getting lower freights. You say, they 'can do nothing without co-operation and unity of action." Now, litis is all good and wadi, we see no objection to it, hut some people cammi un derstand why you and other parties urge merchants lo organize, and ! object to farmers organizing to protect the tr interests. It seems that some people are either too dull to comprehend or else have a desire to misrepresent our po...

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. — 7 July 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 MOUNTAIN SKADOW. ONK OF TUB ATROCIOUS OR I MKS OK TUB WEST. A Htory Thrillingly Ilololil-Vi nrly Our Ililli trr.? Emigrants Slaughtered and I(*70,IMM> Worth nf Property Stolon-Tlu* Bodies llorrl bly Milium.-,I. rKtc. Tn n work relating to Indina history, by J. P. Dunn, Jr., recently published by tho Harper's, tho author gives a vivid and autiicutic sketch of tho atrocious Mountain Mtaidow inassacrc, tlio thought of whicli oxcites burning indignation to-day, although nearly thirty years have pawed since this dark stain on American annals. As illustrating tho savage spirit which incited this horrible crime, tho writer quotes from a sermon of Brigham Young, published in tho Desortot News just prior to tho wholesale murders, Young tells his congregation: "I could rofor von to lots of instances whoro men havo been righteously slain in order to ..done for their sins. I have seen scores and hundreds of p...

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. — 7 July 1886

JFhe Advertiser _ ",,._m, . _i i?.i ?ill ? ?l.n?^? -w '.IW y. c. GM ULlXtl VUS\ KDifOJi, LA VU RN'S, .Inly Till, IHM. Subscription Prlco--12 Mont:. ;, SI.00. , PAYABLE IN <\ 1>V \N? Vt. Ibu? M for Artvortluiiig. Ordinary Ad VorilHontonts, per stpiuro, i ?lioniser. Hon, $1.00; ono h Mihsoipiciil timi, -VI rents. Liberal roduotion intulo lor liu'w Ad? vcrtc'cno-iiis. J. C. OAKLINGTON V ? <>.. 1 ronrioiors. TU?3 PAitiutsits. On Saturday inst, in obedience to tho call of tho County Chairman, Q, W. sholl. Hm Township Control Club, assembled In tho Court House "to take Into consideration tho ad visability of nominating candidate s ?Tor tho Sonate und House of Repre sentatives to bo ktoe.vn a- Fanners' Candidates and to be submitted to the Primary Election." six merchants, two editors, two county officers, one new-paper cor respondent, ono doctor, a law stu dent and twelve fanners, were |>r08ent at tho meeting. Inasmuch as the call was made for this Important discussion, it ...

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. — 7 July 1886

ile Advertiser. j' \. rJHENfl, July 7tlr, 1880. .^?day In Jilly was n failure. Farmers complain of Wheat sprouting. Atlanta ha? closed her slxiy-nlnc har The m no'fi changed ?m Thursday,-HO lld tho weather. Our totVtl ls lilied with young mon but iris aro Bcuroo. This township stands pat on the "sug "gestoo*' question. JKFK ?A Vis' autograph sold in Now JV/ork for $7.00, tho other day. Mr. Jns. II. Martin, a worthy citizen if this County, tiled last week. Fruit Is selling on tho street for a song, ?ut spring chickens hold a ''Stiff uppoe lp." A Httlo four-year old daughter of Mr. \V. B. and Mrs. Margaret Motte died on IboSt?d tilt. ?SfJt. h. R. TILLMAN has been nomi hated for tho legislature hy his friends (a Edgcftold: "Among the Hrenkers" will ho ron ?erod on Thursday evening. Every body should attend. Report of proceedings of Hunt rr Town ship F armors' Club, crowded out this Issue/ win appoar next week. Wo tiltdorstund that a telegraph line ls hoing built from Greenwood to Spar ...

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. — 7 July 1886

MAN CK JOLLY, Tito Exploits of A Daring ??orrin? wlio Operated. In Goorgln mid Carolin?. (From tho Athens, Ga., thinner.) Many af our readers vcmcinbor "Manco" Jolly, who operated in South Carolina and Georgia soon after thc war, and wa? a terror to tlioso that wore tho blue. Jolly had a terrible accouut to scttlo with thc Yankees, and ho paid thc debt with interest. Five of his brothers had been killed during tlic war, und ho swore thai bc would kill iivo Yankees for each one of his brothers that were sluin. After a truce was declared between Jolly and tito Yankees, ho went to Texas and married. His lallicr-in-law gavo him a plantation on thc opposite sido ol' tlic river, and Jolly commenced building a house, and would SW i ai his horso that he rede while on Iiis many raids in Goorgia over to where lie was building. Ho was rotui'ulng lo his father-in-law's tor dinner, and while about midway tlic stream, "Dixio," tlic name ol' Jolly's horse, gavo out and tiley went down together, to...

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. — 14 July 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 OLD TIMK JKHSKY MOKMONS. m r mo LKKT <?r Tin-: \\< ?K\T ut,VE it i nu ii roi.ow. lin? n Kuli l.nkr Ml??lf>liary Ktnttiril a (Juii i Country t'omitUititiy mal Made Mormon*, o' 'I hem Thirty Vi'nrn Ano. (From thc Now York Star) Tho (lentil of old Tom ferry, the greatest Mormon elder cost <>f Utah and tho leader in what was onco a settlement of 250 of tho Latter Day Saint?, which occurred at Pcrryvillo, N. J., last week, virtually closes the history of Mormon ism in New Jersey. Of all tho old set tlement hut two hoopla now romain ono, Adolino Meyers, an old moid, now residing in 1 lainesville; and Hie other, Martin Beeton, an old bachelor, living away hack in the Line Hid gc Mountains, lifted! milos from Dcekei tow ;i. The history of this community, as obtained from Hilas Huydum, or "Whoa-boy Kile" as he is more commonly called, is an in teresting ono. In fact, old Sile himself is in au i...

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. — 14 July 1886

The Advertiser J. 0, aAHLiyUTO.W KVlTQJti LAURENS, July I ith, 1880, Subscription rricc--13 Months, $1-00. j l'A VA ll ii li IN ADVANCE.. I?;?tcs for Advertising. uviIUwrv \.? vortlsoinonts, ncr admire, Ono inser tion, $1.00; tftt'll SuVseq,UCn\ inser t lou, ">o Killi s. Ll boru! reduction u?ad<: for largo Ad vertisements. j. 0. OAKLINGTON * CO?, j Proprietors, WHAT DO WE WANT? No one hus, so fur us wo have been able to see or hear, boon so unreasonable as to question tho propriety o? any class of citizens giving a free and bold expression .of opinion as to their particular grievances, and also suggesting a remedy. This is n right which will never be denied free American citizens, so long as a vestige of true democracy remains. The Agricultural Interest is thc most important and powerful in South Carolina, and for this reason .our laws are framed to protect this interest, so far as it can be done without injury to others. Tho leg islature is ever mindful of tho im portance of ...

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. — 14 July 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENS, July 14th, 1880, .A'EoGal an? Sp?GraLfc As was expected, prohibition in At lanta waa a failure. .INO. CVDKI.I. had a good run during Raao-ball week. A reword ls offered for thu man who doesn't talk polities. Frog logs aro worth Toots per pound in tho Now York market. Tramps are scarce, probably they spent tho summer in tho country. It lu whispered that A.C. H ASK K LL, Esq?, will bo a candidato for (Governor. Wo ard Indebted for a copy of tho pro ceeding of first annual meeting of tho Fla. Association. Misa ISABKLLA RUYSON, wife of Mr. WM. BUYSON, diod at lier homo, near Souffletown, on Sunday last. Our city fathers havo been looking af ter defaulting tax payers of tho eulorel porsuaaton, for tho past few days. In tho matter of candidalos, Laurens Mooma tobo behind every County in tho Stato. Our exchanges are full of thom. A BUCOessfnl fanner says ho "feeds . Ida land before it is hungry, rests it be fore 1? woury, and woods it before lt is foul. A llttlo li...

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. — 14 July 1886

- . :.V . ,../'. ? C.. . itw SOUTH CAROLINA OKMOCUACY. Cunnii tnt lon of thu Uetuoorotlo I'urty of South Carolina, UH Amended 111 Coiivon tlon, at Columbia, s. c., August ?, tss?. ARTICLE L Thoro shall bo otic or moro Democratic clubs organized in each election precinct, each of which clubs shali have a distinct title, "Tho - Democratic Club," and shall elect a president, one or more vice presidents, a recording and a corres ponding secretary and a treasurer: and shall have thc following working committees, ot' not loss than tinco members cadi, viz: a coininittco on registration, an executivo committee and such other committees M lo each club may seem expedient. AKT. il. The meetings of tho oluba should bc freq non t ador thc opening ol thc canvass, ami some member of tho club Ol'invited speaker deliver an ad dress at each mooting, if practicable. Aar. III. The president shall have power to call an extra meeting of tho club, and-members of the club shall constitute a quorum for tho ...

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