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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 July 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 THOUGHTS l'OR TUE MONTH. 80MK KU.VKOXAUM-: BlUJUItSTIOXg l HOM mun A inion rr Y . w inn WorK Hu- Good l'A rino i i 8l.ould ll? in III? Mont li of .Inly-\n liitrrexl!:':; Irlich' Fniin mi Intelligent Writer. (W. L, Jouos in tho J unu "Culliv .;or.") Hummer crops ?tili require diligent cultivation. Drought ami hen' aro to bo fought as best wo may, gross and weeds are to bb kout down, and tho formation in tko soil of available pliant food to be promoted to the fullest extent. Ono of the greatest antidotes against drought is an ftbundanee of humus in tho soil. A fanner cannot atop now to simply this in a field when: thou: is a groy mg crop; it must bo looked after in Iii;, genoral plans, embracing proper rotations, und resting of land, or during winter, when leaves, pine and other si raw may be hauled out und scattered apon it. Fut good growth of peavines supplies a first ?piiility humus for old land and...

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. — 21 July 1886

j. c. OA ULIXUTO.X, /:/)/TOh\ liAl'HUXS, Jilly JUt, issi;. BubBorlptlou PrJte- 12 Months. ??.00. l'A Y A ULK IS .OW AM K. Hales for Advert ?si ntr. Oubnary \<i M-nisi'Di' nts. per stpuitc, l ?no in - u tlOn, 11.00' oneh HU I mo pieut laser lion, So cents. Liberal reduction nuulo i turn . Ad yoi I iSl'UIOIltl . J. C. UAIU.INlST' N A ? o.. LIST I S HF.AK Till. >S. lt appears t?? be fashionable now Tor tin?* who have un eye on olllce to deny upon ali (tensions in Ute strongest terms, that they art can didates. lt i- not nlwny? ucees-j snry for ?i man to proclaim himself a camllilate before the met ls known, but really, hus it comet?? this, tl ut I il ls no longer honorable j fora man lo seek to bold o Ul cc In South Carolina? Aro candidat* ashamed to come out boldly nml acknowledge timi tho> w ant olllcc ? ' Is it necessary that th y should make speeches and write long ar ticles declaring that they an not j candidatem, but ure enllro\,\ tn linn hand* of their friends. Som? go ...

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. — 21 July 1886

Hhe Advertiser. LAtnUONH, July 21st, lss<i. ??ft?OGa? ana Special.^, Cnndldntos, como out! Got your linnie* before- the people. Momo damage ls reported in the upper por?!.ni of tim county, from hail. A Hind-dog was kiliud on tho Hquuro bv polloeuian Martin on Saturday. Augusta ha? received the first halo of Cotton over the narrow gugo. Through train? are at last running from Spurt an lui re, to Asheville, N. C. . Throe boya wei*e arrested in a wator timlon patch lu Georgia. Take warning Young Aiuerleai A glass bal) shooting match will take placo lu Greenville during tho Tourna ment. Watermelons are now plentiful. J. R. COOPKU ?V (Jo. got them hy th?' en.-loud evory day or two. I'nion has arranged a Base-ball Tourn tmottt for August 8rd. Our boys will probably attended. Thc State Hoard of Equalization lum rained tho value of real estate 20percent in Newberry County. "Thought for the month" and au ex cellent ?tory of the lute war, makes this number of thc AOVKUTISKH, particularly 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. — 21 July 1886

J. c. a ? ULI ' LAT * KS. FRANK LESLIE. T?lK W1TCUINU WIDOW'S WO UK. "*' How a Pretty Voting Willow Struggled nml Tolled uiul Achieved n Triumphant Sac* ?.OKS. Prom tue Now York Journalist. lt lins so often been slated that .'women know no tb lng ol* business,*' that it has come to bo accepted as a truism by unthinking people. Yet hundreds of business men owe not a little ol' their success to cool-headed, sagacious wives. A frequent modifi cation ol'the first statement is thal "women excel in small economics, bul are unable to grasp huge business enterprises," or if thov do they become masculine ami lose that gracious femininity which is (lie principal charm ol' VOIP.m. The utter (nisi ty ol' theso statements is nowhere more Strikingly shown than in the case ol' Mrs. Frank Leslie. With executive ability, capacity *or work ami news paper goulus possessed by lbw men, she proservos till tho charin of her womanhood and is as popular in tho social as iii tho business world. Through the l...

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. — 28 July 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. EDISON'S imiOIlT IDEA. wiiA inu. |*IIO.\O<JHAI*II OK nu: FIT. i i KI; W K.I. III; MUK. lt >VIII Talk ivith I|IO Voliru ol a Ful j (?rowii Maii-?ifcetrtc l'r?|itilM<>u< (From thc Nov Yent S',.11 ) Aitor an extended honoymoon in Florida, Mr. F<lison lins rcturucd to tho, SCOUOSof lit? electrical labors and tri umphs and now alvidcs Iiis tune bi tween Iiis laboratory on Sovoutcontli stree! and bis palatial JV: id?neo al Llewellyn '.'arl on tko Orango Mountain, paying an oc casional visit to hie private ol) co in Wall streot. He bas not been Bpoiled by sue cess, being still tho genial, approachable, common sense, hard-working "Tom" Edison ho wai wjien UII]::MW!I . t<. l une and fortune. Ito lias not startled the world of lato by any new nin?vcl, bal bis brain is busy Ofi over, bis laboratory lias not lost its fascination', and it is a dull day in...

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. — 28 July 1886

CMin,i ' lar?KS. FRANK LESLIE. TllK WITCHING WIDOW'S WOl Bu> - now a Pretty Young wuiow sti-uggieti Tolled uiul Achieved a Triumphant t'OHH. From the New York Journalist. tt has so often been staled .'women know nothing of businc that it lias come to ho accepted truism by unthinking people. hundreds of business men owe li little of their success to cool-1" . . , . . . I riser* sagacious wives. A ?.*;.,,, ?I;v, cation of the "woii^e'"1 l,<m made for large \<i- j J, Q, (JAltlil N< IT< >N ? CO.) I'ronrU tors. Ol'It Fin ST VOLUMI?. With this Issue, Tm; ADVKKTI Rf?H closes its first volume. ?Mio year ago, with many misgivings as to its future, but with the conviction that energy, enterprise, ami a strict adherence to principles would meet a just reward, wo launched out up on the sea ot* Journalism. Young in years, and without experience, it was expected that we should make blunders. Mistakes we have made, and doubtless serious ones, bu*, whatever course the paper bas pu...

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. — 28 July 1886

V?ie Advertiser. LAURENS, July 28, 188G. .mSoGal an? Special.!*. Thero aro 125 public schools in Lauron* County. KlTortH oro being mudo to ro-oatabllsh tho lu HHS hand. A young lady wrapped up In herBolf IN a dolleatc parcel. If you want to rent, buy or sell a home, eall on J. M. HAMPTON. Whnt n oatr.Htrophol Only ono man lu Lauren* wants office. Laurena haH a very sober, moral and upright act of young men. Two eolorod lodges of Knights of La bor have boon organized in Auguatn, Qa, Another dog-fall-a? tho report from Marshal MABTIN'H pistol reachod his .ar. Our Baso Dull Niuo loft on Monday laat for Greenville hy way of the G. A L. Railroad. Drug clerks tn Philadelphia have or ganised a socloty to teach physicians penmanship. There will be no preaching at I.lttlo River church, In this County, the drat Sabbath In August. A few more wo eka and clorks can re member tho early closing movement as a by-gono ploasure. The mau who ia abovo his businoaa and entrusts lt to anotner to manage, ...

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. — 28 July 1886

- 1 '? * * WU Y AVK IIAVK CYCLONES. They Must Itocrdks? livovy Yenr Vutll We rinnt Tree?. From tho Chicago Herold. In (ho solcntl?C column of n Chicago journal, of July I, lt seems that the \vle>le theory of cyclones was olabo rated in a couple of line<. In un arti cle for tho lii>t<>ry ot ClllougO (vol. 1. p. ?SX), the writer gave the following suggestion: "Hut Chicago has been singularly free irom tho tlovostatlng cyclones that havo cut swaths of ruin in all the coutcrUiinous country, and the reasonable solution ol' tho fad appears to he that the light atmosphere of thc lake absorbs tho approaching cyclone ami (liss minatcsit. Tho force of a cyclone, as thc loree ol' dynamite, requires repression and compression to educate it.*' In this necessarily brief allusion tho two great factors ul' cyclones, simoons, nor thors or other other te real convulsions, are stilted negatively. Hut in thoso marvelous natural convulsions all the postulates nave to he expressed in that ...

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. — 4 August 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. HOJ A ! IOS Ol' CHOI'S. Kemi Before llie lt (dimond Cornily {Un.) ? i-1 : ! I ti r ;i ! Surinly. (Frrm Ibo A\n<u;Ut Oiu-^.M .) Much hus hoon said tv ntl writtcli Upon this important subject, ?ind. although thc merits of the system liavo bebu often mu? utily discussed, it* docs poi sivm to havo boon presented with snell force ns to rcconxtJicncLit ty tim great masy of oui' agricultural population. Thc jurent majority ol Softthcra a TI ctdturalists imagine they lind tin methods of their fathers ad qua te, at least to ii poor yiipp?rt, and wv . indil?-r ont to any improvements ?uggi ?ted 1; agricultural pupers, niagii/.im s cte. In preparing this paper I mn ind 'bled for many -valuable ftugg stioiih t? our Commissioner of Agriculture, Col. .1. J". Hcndorson, to Maj.?r Luth r M. Han som, of tho State Board if Agriculture of tho State of South j Cu lol ina, to tjie...

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. — 4 August 1886

The Advertiser J. (7. GARUXQTONt K DI TO Ii, LAUKENS, August 4, issn. subscription Prlce--12 Monthr, $1.00. I'AYA BLK 1 N ADVANCE.' Kates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Ono inser tion, il.OO; each subsequent inser tion, SO cents. Liberal reduction nuulo for large Ad vertisements. J.e. t;.\ui.IN(!To\ .1- co., Proprietors. LKOl SLAT?V K It I : FOU M. lt is said -that South Carolina is most loyal of ail tlie States, to Cleveland 's Administration. This is to our mind a high compliment. We, of South Carolina, know what governmental extravagance means. We, who have for moro than ten years felt the galling bonds of mis rule, who have in days gone by, seen our money squandered; have also for ten years been guided by honest leaders Mid consequently, as in '70 we honored Hampton and Simpson, so now in the National government wt' pay homage to Cleveland, the great reformer. While the citizens of Ashville N. C., doubtless feel disappointed at his veto of the bill maltin...

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. — 4 August 1886

JFfie Advertiser. I.A?REN8, August 4, 1886. ?alocal aDfl Special.^ OLAHSTOWK'H resignation ha? boen KO cop tod. liaron huH advanced to 8)? cents. Danger ahead. Fivo balea of cotton on a wagon in town las? wonk. Wo aro pained to learn of tho death of Mr?. ARIAH., wifoof Hov. W.H. Anuri . Tho Savannah Valloy Railroad will bo completed to Anderson by tho 8th ot August. Woodruff Pro<;r<M.<i say? tho calaboose will be ?old on tito 7th of uoxt month. Woodruff is a dry town. Every man thinks ho can do thron things: Plan a house, build a ?ro and remodel a government. Gen. GORDON noodod only one voto to mako his nomination by tho Democratic Convention iu Goorgia unanimous. Dy an orror of our malling dork, sev eral packages of TUB ADVERTISER failed to roach their destination on timo last week. Thor? will bo a Darbocuo at tho rosl donco of Mr. CHAM. MARDEN, noar Waterloo, ext Saturday. I*ot ovory body attend. We call attention to tho fact that the LAURENS ADVKRTtHKRandthe Augusta Chro...

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. — 4 August 1886

NKI.I.1K (?i'ANT-SAItKHtIS. Tlie Unfortunate Mari-lngeof n ProBlrtout'tf I>U^gli(?:ji-.[o au lai.nli-luuiui. I'lniadelBlO Tillie?. No bit of society nows ever created greater surprise thin tho a?nounco nient of I lie ?ligtlgeniOlltOf MlSS Nellie Wren-hall Grant, daughter of tho President of the United Slates, to Al gernon Charles Frederick Stirtorls, a British subject. Tho prospective groom was a son of Edward Sarlorls, of liumpshire, langland. Iiis mother was Adelaide Kemble, daughter ol Charles and sister ot' Kau ny Kemble thc actress. Tho young matt had been educated in England and Uer nany and IlbOllt 1870 caine lo the United Slates to seek hi* fortune. In 1872, on the steamship /.'".W", while Miss Nollie was rollt ruing from a trip lo Europe, the couple met and formed one ol' those unaccountable attachments called by women 4tlove affairs," which termi nated in courtship and marriage At thal time Nellie had turned seventeen. She had enjoyed a lite ol' exceptional social oppor...

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. — 11 August 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. UNITED WK STAND ! Tili: DKMOOllACY OP MM i ll ( AltOLIVA 1* 8TAI KCII A Ml soi.I ll. Proceeding* of the Herein Mnt?> L'onventlon Nomlnatlng Our Btandard'llearorH for ih. t'ampalgn or 'Elglity-HU- Intercailng Itcnd? In? for Kvery Good Democrat. Tho Convention of tho Democratic party of South Carolina was hold in the Opera House, Columbia, commencing on Wednesday tho Ith inst. Qon. damos P. Izlar, Chairman of tho State Executive Committee, called tho body t<> order. Col. J. <?. Marshall, Secretary pro tem., read the call of tho Convention, as issued by tho Executive Committee, after which General J/.lar nominated (icu. Johnson Hngood to be temporary Chair limn, and ho was unanimously elected. On taking tho chair Gen. Hagood said that ho was gratified by tho honor con ferred on him, and in view of the im portant business which tho Convention had Indore 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. — 11 August 1886

)gSSSSSSSSSSSS?E JFhe Advertiser J. e. (;.\m. i sams. ? Juran, LAUKKNSj Augusl ! i. It?8ti. Sai>?cri-.>tio:i Price--l'? bunUltl . il.oo. PA V WW.V. IN ,\ DVANCK. .rbitcx for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per sipuiro. 1 nie luser- i tan?, ?1.00; euell suhscqiient ?asi i I tull? W eoiits. lilheral reduction nuidu for largo Ad vertisements. J. < . (IA lt I<l Ni I TON A CO., Proprietors, j THUCOLLUGti AND PKKH TUITION'. Periodically, lt ?-oerns, tho 'uns-! tlon of freo tuition in tho Sont!) Carolina Uulvorslty, ls made an issue in tho polities of this Stale. This seems li? be a trilling matter, but it moans a great deal moro than -mue suppose. Although none will acknowledge that they uro opposed to education, it h a fai t thal some men will du very little towards helping the young men of this conn try to obtain it. Much Is being .-aid against the educational Insti tutions of thc State; we bear that tin University is n rich man's col lege; they fay that thc appropri ...

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. — 11 August 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENS, August lt, 1880. ?alocar and SpgeiaLft, Soc addition to Town ordinances. ?\ Candidat OH aro coming to the front. Fried slices of tipples are. good for u liroukfast dish. A Barbecue has benn arranged for tho 19th, TILLMAN'S day. Tho Sibley Mill strikers, of Augusta, havo returiiod to work. Umpire IIKKOU caine noarheing mob bed in Charleston a rew days ago. Thc. trial of the Ifidgeflold lynchers luis boon postponed until the next tenn of tho court. Mr. II. M. Spurks' d wolli UK house of live rooina to runt. Apply to I''. I', ?de < lowan, I'iSq. Capt. IS* R. TILLMAN, bas boen invited to doll, ?ran add rora at Wlnnahoro on September lat. Goto Wilkes' Book and Drug Store for tho cheapest lino of Toilet Soaps. Soaps from Bot?, to 50ot8. a cake. He ls a fool who tb inka by force or skill. To turn the current of a woman's will. Tho eighth annual BOHSlon of tho Lau rons County Sunday School Convention .will bugin to-day, 11th, ul Mount Hollie! Church. Hoi. W. It. ...

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. — 11 August 1886

THOUGHTS FOR THE MONTH BOMB 8E\M>v\ltl.i: sn.OKSTIO* PROM mau AUTHORITY. Wlml Work Ihc UUINI Farmer* Should Do III the Mon Iii or A ugual? An Interesting Article Prom nu Intelligent Writer. (W. L. Joco? in the Auguet '.Cuttiviiior.") To one who ia not a routluo farmer, nico question? uro sometimes sprung this month touching thc intuiagcniont of :i cotton nop. As untie "laving by" is completed by tho last of July, but should heavy, compacting rains follow close un tho heel ot the last plowing, and hot dry weather sots 111. is it helter to plow again Ol' not, and how late in thc season may plowing be advantageously continued? No in dexible rule on theso points can bc laid down-one nm-! decide according to circumstances. In he land is fresh, or thc soil tilled with humus, so thal il is friable and loose, plowing may bc stopped earlier than wheio opposite conditions prevail. If thc soil ls dis posed lo run together and bake, plow ing should continue as late us it can be without break...

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. — 18 August 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. JOHNSON'S ISLAND. A PKS nen KB OF THU UUKAT \OUTII. v.n\ l*ftiH02V. The Pirate of l.nko Brie-Thc Seizure nf n Lake Steamer >>> n llnnd oft'oiifbilcrMe s?, ni? pathi/.ert-Tlio Failure or Their l'luus- Tin Chief ?>r Hu- 4 rvw , Bte, (Kr.m th? Atlanta Constitution.) Johnson's island, now an historio spot, lies four miles from tho city of Sandusky, Ohio, in tho midst of as beautiful ?1 shoot of witter as cnn bo found ou tho lake?. Soon across tho blue waves, ila green slopes roliovcd by thc piles < f white limestone, it prcsohts a lovely pie ture. Thc highest is porhaps fifty feel above tho wator level, und is near the center of .the island, which is ono mile long, 11 half wide, and contains 800 acres. In tho days long sh\co departed, it vois covered with 11 magnificent growth of oak and ample, und was a favorite resort of thc Indians, who thou thronge...

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. — 18 August 1886

The Advertiser ./. C. GA Ii LI NO TO X, KDITOIt, Subscription Price--12 ?nonttt*, PAYA ll IJ IO IN A DVASt'Ki Rates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, pur ??piare, Inser tion, $1.00; euell subsequent inser tion. SO c uts. Liberal reducion made for largo Ad vertisements. .1. c. UAHLIN'OTON .v (JO., Pronrh tors. IS IT so. ('.ip:, li. H.TILLMAN i- reported to huvo said i" recent speech, that ''it was no honor to be among tho coterie of debased und corrupt men who have governed us duce '7?;" \ou. we al) admit thal lhere aro some things in connection with . mr state government that eau bo improved. Some measures could lu- pushed l?y our Legislature with benelit to tin state, ?nit Mr. TILL MAN will find it uphill business to make tho good people of South Carolina, the red-shirt democra cy ot" the Stat >, believe that in the famous struggle ofthat memorable year, 1880, that tho domo eratic vo ters made a mistake, and elected "debased and corrupt" mon. Yet, this ls the term lo- u...

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. — 18 August 1886

ie Advertiser i AU HENS, August IS, 1880. JUSocar and Specials ie additional candidatos thia wook. iaso-ball foVOrla all thu rugo at Urcon )d. &ndorson. S C., ls now within four finir? rhlo of Augusta. ^jfcven tho negroes liavo caught th? war flhror amt talk about lighting Mexico. ..'..Candidates for thc legislature should road tho "Rino fawH," on our outside. ;;' Kvorybody should ho on hand mu ?Phu r sd ny to hoar ("apt. H. H. TILLMAN '- Liquids can now he sent through the mail, rion is for tho benefit of dry Hw ns. |"\Vho in this fellow Anonymous?" piked a gushing render. "I seo ho write? a. good deni for your papor." I It is proposed to organizo a Confedor fcto Survivors' Association In this Conn ty. .Such n movoutent is commendable. THO Mexican ouibroglio haasomowhat absorbed tho interest in thu political sit uation, about thin placo, for tho past wreck. Tho Uroenvlllo ?fe Laurens Railroad Will be inspected bv tho Railroad Com mission on tho Mth, and trains w ill hu run regu...

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. — 18 August 1886

M ll Kl) \vfTtt POI ll KvV.W Hill I. A? an American ; 11% Fueglit ilio Hurl and Kfllr.l tbe Cubnn. Soon after the Oulxms were compelled to surrender tho Virgiuins to Uncle Sam 1 landed in Havana as the agent ?>f un American agricultural work-, says a writer in the Detroit Tree Press. For t?nate for me in this case l could chatter away in Spanish with any of them, and though I was bom and roared in vdiio I waa supposed to be an Englishman. Had I given out that l was a straight haired Yankee the chances of being moblad or knifed or sled, would have been excellent. The feeling against Americans was so very bitter that one from the States was liable to insult and violence on the publie stroet?. 1 had been herc about a w< ok w hen an American named Charles Whitley, from Michigan, arrived with bis wife. Whit ley was an invalid, and he had conn- t<> Cuba by the advice <-f a physician, I re member him as a tall, pale-faced and ex tremely court?, ons gentleman, while Bhe was a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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