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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 August 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. FORSAKING TIIK OLD IW?lis. UHNBIIAL JOHNSON IIAOOO? ri i.\n - IOU A MIXliD lilSUAMiHV. * _ An Kinny Henil Iii lori- lin- Sidle \firt('lllllHnl Hoelely and Hie State Uranga ni 'l'hclr J omi 8uminer Meeting on August l, ISSI?. It is doubtful whether, in idl thc timo B?UOO South Carolina was tko lund in;; ground of tho Indian, any Bingle Hf th <>.' ft century hus witnessed within Uer bord ors ii relativo progressin material welfare equal with tho last, ll need-, no com pilation of statistics lo ?how thi.s. Loi K nt Columbia, tho beautiful city in which you arc holding this BUUUUcr Uieetiug. Comparo her in 1805, sitting amid u mu? her population feeding on thc refuse cuttle of Sherman's supply train, with her condition to-dfty. See her waste places rebuilt, ofton inore substantially tin n before; her homes once moro sur rounded with the comforts of lifo, and he...

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 August 1886

The Advertiser S?C.G? ttL?A'?rojf. KDll'O/t, LAUKENS, August -'.">, lsSI'. ?Ubscrlptlou Price--li Months, $1.00. PAYADLE 1 S ADVANCE, tinton for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per miliare, ono inner lion, fl.OUs cindi ?ubsoquoiit Inger lloiii 80 ..'.o?s. Liberal reduction iiuulo for lurgo Ad VortlsotnentH. J. C. OAKLINGTON .V CO., |?i.rioters. Mr. TILLMAN* says the editor of THE ?DVBKTISKK delights in stick ing bis pen int<? liliai whenever he cnn. This Wo deny, ttl? not our desire to retard for a moment, any good that Mr. Ti 1.1. M A N can accom plish. We prefer to aid him or anyone else in such work, but wo do claim the right lo look at these matters through our own specta cles., Wo give ii hearty assent wheii he is right, but when any public man makes statements which wo cai not swallow, we claim the night tn "speak out in meeting." Throughout this whole campaign, we have occupied the place of a wholly disinterested spectator. Some things in what is known as the TIL...

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 August 1886

JFhe Advertiser, LAURENS. August 25, 1886. Tho Senatorial nico is waxing warm. The ootton caterpillar ha? nt ado its ap pearance in Qreonvillo. of tho candidates for the House, throe will probably bo elected. Still, our Hook and Ladder Truck bravely weathers tho storms. Mr HARVEY W. ANI'KKSIIN bas boon installed postmaster at ibis pine?. Dr. J. P. SIMPSON has groatly Im proved his rosi lonee in Brooklyn. Tho campaign opened la.?t Monday at Langston's Church. Wo wilt glvo a synopsis of the speoches in our next is sue. Tho Council has done good work on thestreots on Mrooklyn Hide, anil plaood a neat bridge over tho bl anch near tho foundry. Tho Mexican muddle bas about bo.m cleared up. CUTTINO will he released, BO tho prospcci ol a little tight has de creased Wo regret to loam of the death of M rs. BuiiNs, wifo of Mr. ROBERT BURNS, winch occurred at ber home, in this County, on Sunday last. Tho Triangle band furnished music upon tho day Of Capt. TILLMAN'S spooeh, which aorvod lo inspi...

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 August 1886

Til? IN V I VI OH OK H\<-4 ll AHOK. An A cc i (I t-iu Lea?*? lo au Important lllwovery A HuiiHinm,. Whlrli Out-Sugar*Sugar. Dr. Constantine Fal?borg, tin- in ventor ?ir discoverer of BOXMuuuine, the new coal tar sugar, is a tall, well-built, handsome Oerman-Ami rican, of about thirty-eight years of ago. 1 le speaks tho modern languages fluently, and despite the celebrity that has so suddi lily fallen upon him, is quito diffident and re sirvcd. To an unpining reporter, who had called upon him for the express pur pose of conversing with him on tlu- UOw swietening agent, he said: "How did I discover saccharine'/ Will, it was partly hy accident and partly hy study. 1 had worked a lon:,' tllUO upon tho compound radicals and substitution products pf coal tar. and had nimio a number of scientific discoveries th* are, so far as I know, of in? commercial value. One evening I was so interested in my laboratory that" 1 forgot about supper until quito lato, and theil lushed oil'for a meal wi...

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. — 1 September 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. JACK', tHC liUSIIUANCiKli. \ Tintn.rtx; HToitii OK nm w.n. ni M.i \ \ III sn. Tho tStrnnjcn Hsr/orloiie.i of nu KII^UKII IJo tili:? , ?linn Who Wein (?old 1 lunliii:; ?ii n Co ..III; ! Winn- !Vo "Him (/'outil Cnll fit Ml . Snff . (Front Un- Atlanta Constitution.) Heading iu .your journal an ai l?ele head id "A Bushranger Interne iwcd," Bays a w ri tor in Chambers', recalls lo my memory a strange incident which oc curred Homo years ugo to my own broth er, when on his way from S\?Ino\: 11> (In gold Holds, and for tho aeon' any ol which I cnn vouch. At tho timo of hit! arrival in Ansi nd in the country was in u stab- of panic; n reign of tenor existed, eau .?i d by tl? daring outrages committed < n porte on tho journey to und from tile diggtngn, ltobbery with violence, ?. col' nhul down, mid largo ?.signii teni? of gold carried off, were oi daily occurrence. T...

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. — 1 September 1886

T^e Advertiser I ./. O. f/A IILINO.TOS\ 'EDITOR. 1 . . . ? - - - LA I* ItKNS^' September 1, 1S8<?. i Bibtcrlptlon Prlce--12 tuontbp, $1.00. PAYAHLK IN A DVANOE. Raton fur Advertising. ?Orttimirv Ad vertisements, jMjr square, Oiielnsor- 1 Mon, $1.00; oaeh Hubseqwiu Inaor tlon, ">o cents. . Uhernl reduction Made for large A<1 vettiaemcnts. J. C. OAKLINGTON A CO., I'ronrietoTR. TO VOTKKS. A catechetical fever seems to have taken hotd of tho "(leur poo- ? pif," and candidates have, upon all i occasions boen presented with'quos tions to which they must answer yes or no. lt is right that ?1 candi- ! ?late should express himself freely, and let his views on the important j questions of State policy h? known; I but tho beauty and efficiency of u political campaign ls greatly im- 1 paired when voters, without argu ment or discussion, adopt certain measures and seek to make political j aspirants berni to their inflexible J way of thinking, lt is only after] all political measures hav...

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. — 1 September 1886

TT, Whe Advertiser, IiAURENS, Septembor 1. 18H?. ?flRo?al anfl Special?. A cirons ls coming. Our sido- wallen should bu pavod. "Motlior ! i Hilliard dances" aro Un? lu test iu Lexington. N. B. DIAL, Esq., is building " reil douce, for rout, ?ear Buckingham For ost. ( 'mr. mullion Hi rvi?os will bo hold nt Little River Church on next Sabbath, (Sept. Otb). A twelve-year-old daughter of M TH. I MA HI; I, I, A A ii M KT no N u died on tho 22d ul t., of mcniiigcliH. In a short while our post?nico will bo a ?rd Chuts, with the Poimustor appoint ed by tho Prosidont. Mr. J. H. THATNHAM and Capt. JOHN M O? I UK havo ooiiiiuoiicod tho erodion of other residences In Jersey. Th? meeting of tho Board of County Commissioners has hoon changed from tho 7th pros., to Tuesday, 14th of Sep tombor. The Railroad Commission passod op tho tlroonvlllo ?fe Lnurona road on tho 24th Inst., and pronounce*? lt ready for pnasotigar trains. Wc call especial ut ton timi to an article from Cob Butler, lu reply to s...

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. — 1 September 1886

mirers in lier train, llavln ; mimi und char acter likewise, all who knew lier esteemed oed honored J "r. In au evil Lu ur she lis tened to the Impassioned suit of Dr. Elayne, son.! i;..:.:* >. lip M. pd South Carolina,, was flattered, hy ni- prcTi fence She wa>" souiowunt ambitious ? i lally und accepted him, having ho Idea that II mau of lils antecedents and exalted profes sion lypuld think lora mOmenUof II ' I li lng hf lt? r. u;::hi tli| tii:<}. mr. i '. 'vtts,mVAa 8aldHbws/s?lMM?g-bl th? sh- ; pcriotity of liis'halivo State, ol iii- father, om*mm(> fta.fr?**wru rrf* vwfKu iaeVw.-fctki' haye* believed him other than the embodi ment, pi tia* &. ;. : Lo..wr and 4a<-?>t nw.fwtfr-'-s.cMvuWh ho prised lier . to'hasten t!u- wel ling day she gave ?s ?BSQSQO. for dcfe_rihig j; tlint she had ccruj . th^itrit. 1 i i^iigemcnU- io. ?il, jual :\a.Oc! .wa- ;im\i'H!-.v to complete these I>olp.tcj changing her name. Hut liv vv as ? ;.. ; Utciit - tu..' she vi. ui.-U ......

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 September 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. A TERRIBLE EARTHQUAKE! DUB VOM I. UEbTHUOTION OF I'ROPH ITV AMI III MA> LIFB. Charleston VUlled i>y n Calnmlty fnprevrtleni. c?l In All lu History-PnrttcutoM ?if !?.<. I) rt-ml lo I Occurrence. The earthquake shook experienced in different pinta of tho Ntato on tho night | of Tuesday tho ?J 1st ult., was Mt with dreadful offeets in thooityof Charleston. Tho loss of property AMIS dreadful, ono estimate putting it as high as five mil lions of dollars-actual and incidental. One report states that there ure only one j hundred houses loft altogether uninjur ed. This is perhaps au exaggeration, but it is safe to say that tho number of buildings injured will include the larger portion of the structures in tho city. Twenty buildings, in different parts of I the city, were destroyed by fire caused | by tho overturning of lamps. Below will bc found nu interesting ...

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. — 8 September 1886

-The Advertiser ./. C. OA RLIXOTOX, /?//>/TO Ii, LAURENS, September K, 1880. Subscription Prlce--12 tuontbr, $1.00. j PAYABLE IN Al)VANCE. Il a ti-s for Advertising, ordinary Ad? | vertiscmcnts, per sumir?, one inser tion, ibOO* euell siibsequoni inser- j ?ion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. J. C. G ARLIN OTON A CO., Proprietors, j On account of >cv< r ? Illness the editor has been unable to give hi? attention to tills issue of TlIK ADVEKTIKKH. Written for Tin: A DVKRTISKW. Who Istlie Farmer's Cham;.ion? As a farmer thoroughly Inter- 1 ested In every movement calculated to advance the prosperity of my j class, as a member of one of the ? oldest agricultural clubs In the County, as one of the first to endorse the ..Tillman movement," I ask space in your columns to show that Col.T. B. Crews, who claims to be the champion as well as the candidate of the farmer's movement is in fact neither. It i- well known to every sensible man in Laurens County 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. — 8 September 1886

The Advertiser, LAURENS, September 8, IHKO. allo?al and l>p?Gial>, Mr?. J. S. Hix Ls said to bu serriously ill. Dr. lt. F. POSEY vlalted Union, last Meek. Mian Kwto bark la visiting friends in town. Cn A ni,?? O. CHIWI ia visiting his mother. Mr. H. J. IC VA NM leaves for Roanoke, Va., this week. Col H. Y. SIMPSON baa returnod from Cashier's Valley. Mr. W i NT A H ?ABY, visited Capt. J. W. WATTS last week. Mr. A. L. ADAMS and family aro on a visit from Troy. Rev. W. 1*. JACOBS h na returned from lils tour in Kuropo Mrs. J. Wi WATTS has returned from a visit to Newberry? Mr. L. G. BALLS loaves thia week for tho Northern markets, Mrs. W. II. GILKKKSON baa returned from a visit to Cokosbury. Mr. ENOCH WEST is at his old stand at Dr. J P. SIMPSON'S store. Mra. S?E NV. SIMPSON has returned from a visit to Cross Hill, Mr. J. J. Piusa and vile have returned from a visit to Tennessee. Misses KM M A and LAU HA Di A I. made n visit to town on Friday. J/rs. Sprowl, ot* Kotuv, (?a., is vi...

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. — 8 September 1886

ALMOST BLAIN ll Y UUFFALOKS. Two llimler?.gutldenl) Conlronted by a llrrd They Ktampedo tho Ilea*!* and Kxciipe Death-A .Montana Adventure. In tho suuoier of 1879, while stationed at ono of tho frontier forts hi tho Yellow? stone Valley, Spotted Eagle's baud ol hostiles, a fragment of Sitting lilli's grout camp, were broqght iu as prison ors of war. Orders were reoeived to send them to Standing Book Agency, mid it fell to my lot, writes a lieutenant in thc regular army to the I'luludelpllio 'i'imoa, to escort them across the coun try. My dotaohmont numbered thirty men, mounted on Cnyuso i onics and veil armed and equipped. The next morning, with our prisoners under guard, we struck out boldly across the country, in the direction of Standing Bock. " lt took us sixteen days to make the journey, which was full of interest ing incidents add adventures, for tho country was a wild and, so to speak, un explored region as yet, with hostile Sioux and Cheyennes scattered all through it. The p...

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. — 15 September 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TUE QUlYKKliXCJ KAU 1 11. IN IM l.ltl.HI l\<; CIIAI'Tlill OA K \ li l li Ol YM.s. A Scientific Paper from Major iinrry limit mond-Some Parla timi Will Insiriici il? Newspaper Homler Hartliqiinltra of Frwjuml Oecurence In lue Unttrd Kialoa. BBBOII ISI,AM?, S. C., Aug. 8, 1880. Hon. P. Willah, Augusta, Ott.:-Dear Sir: I fool midi compunction at Bi ohig tho BpOOG of your valuable journal < cou pled with my random talk ol tho other day, that I beg, ns commutation, lo on cloao nome paxogniphs on earthquakes to you. I linvo Bolootcd and very greatly con densed them iron such mention ns 1 lind in my soiontiilo periodical;! of the lost few year?. I havo not tried to ar range them in any order, nnd you can select and omit any us you may think proper. Ordinarily, 1 suppose, uo one Would rend them, hut just now perhaps thoso soiontiilo observations may bo of interest....

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. — 15 September 1886

JFhe Advertiser J. C. QA Vf;vo.v. r?D?ron, _ ~ I LAURENS, September l?. ISSU. Subscription Prlco--12 >tonthr, SI.00. PAYADLE ?N AI'VAM I*. Rates for Advortlxlnp, Ordinary Ad vertisements, per > piare, ' .... ln?? ; - Holli $1.00; each subsequent ho timi, 50 cent?. Liberal reduction made i large Atl Vertlsoments. J. c. CJAHLINOTON A CO., Proprietors. IN BEHALF OF THIS TOWN. The political campai. .1 \''<v {' ", County i- ended. As the result [ shows, it luis not, In some instances, been as closely contested as many expected. Aa usual, on the eve of the election, all kinds of wild ru mors were rife in the hind. What this campaign, and the man ner In which it was conducted, will COSt tho tow n of Laurens, remains j to be seen. From some cause or other the people of the country have alway - hud a mistrust or pre judice against the citizens nf tho town; why it i< so, we cannot tell, for all political measures af fect tow n and country alike. If taxes ure high, we must nil hear...

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. — 15 September 1886

The Advertiser, LAUBENS, September LS, 1880. rm--*-1 11 ' ' g ; . j. Tho Laurens ouards will bu inspected by (lon. HONUA.M on Un? 2011?. Seo notice of Mr. Munch Wost else where. Ho will lix your watches just right. Some men think il smart lo abuse their own OOllt III Ult tty. ll may he, bul i t ls a poor way to improve it. Mr. J. M. Visanska is hauling mate rial, preparatory to building on his lot on Main Street. Tho schools have nil opened and now the smiles upon tho faces of Bunny Iuds and bonnie lassies have disappeared. New steel rails for C. A <?. Railroad have been relieved and will bo placed on tho ?rack between llcltcfn A- Ureonvlllo ?t onoo. The tolograph ellice on the o. L. ?vs. Railroad at this placo has boon lilted up and ls now in full operation. Mr. A. W. AN DB HUON, tho ofllclent Kallroad agent is operator. Another side track is being laid nt tho Qi, L, ft 8, Depot, making lour in all. This shows the importan? . of our (own In tho way of receiving goods, and also i...

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. — 15 September 1886

KAHTIhtl WK li III uni.iM.?-. ? ?Mill.1, ii, i H?lurulUU ? harlie Iron? nil Pnrl? cl Iii;? \\ vrltf. Businosc 1ms boon reopened ulong tho wharves of Charleston. Cotton factors oud ship-brokers are ready for .busiu? BS ami full of confidence in the futur.-, nud dooiaro their purpose to make diaries tou a bigger placo than ovor. lu tho market and on th< streets thc old familiar sounds of "sibby boon," "okni'n tomottis," "raw shrimp,"' etc., arc lo urd nguiu. Th.- U. S. Engineers in Charleston have begun tin ir MU My. Tho postoilice is seriously damaged. Tho Custom House portico is injured. Tho slub houso ou Meeting Street bo pulled down. Tho reur of the Western Union Telegraph building is dangerous. The Cotton Factory v.ill have its walls pulled in by reds, and its chimney pubed down uud'rebuilt. Tho m n. ml impression ol thc bonni is that a 'argo proportion ol tho vacant houses .uv safe, and they recommend tu t ?ir owners to return to them. Prof. Me( .? e, before leaving c hurles*...

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. — 22 September 1886

w- , 1 . ~r: - -_ VOL- tL LAURENS O. IL, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, SK PT KM UER 22, 188(5. NO. 8. WHAT IS TUB SKA-SICPilMONT. \.\ l,\<U HIV Ol IN < : - ; ros'l'l UHiY?f OF KATI ll \:. Ult? I . \ Srlrnililc Ktntmient ol Wlml Wc Know omi ! im, i limns A lunn ll. Twice within n few (luya parlies of ob? servers whose trustworlliiii' es is ii-, v..ml question, mid in one case including a gentleman of such equable and collei rvn tivo mind aa a Uoslon schoolmaster - tay bo pi'OSUmcd to possess, heve ropo] . .i tho appearance nenr ('?pe Vim of what, in deference to un cstabli lied phrase, tiley are pleased to call "'tim rca ser pent." The account they give is rntb stantially tho sume as annually lin Li ito way to public notice, and is likely lo he received in tho same spirit ol sceplical levity which these narratives havo al Way? encountered. All attitude ot f mil unbelief towan! nil stories that Pillia k of tho salt water seem.; to be an in rudiea blo peculiarity of thc han tm II ii I. A "fi...

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. — 22 September 1886

^he Advertiser J. C. CI ARL INO TOX, EDITOR, LAURENS, September 22, 1880. mm III-.?-.---.- , Subscription Prlce--12 Months, $1.00. j PAYABLE 12* AltVAM M. Hates for Advertising. Ordinary \d vortlHiMiioutH, i>?? i- s-m tr'-. ? ?no Inner Hon, fl.00; c:n li Hubsctpicnl I user- ? lion, ">o Kent Liberal reduction uiado for largo Ad vertisements. .1. C. HARLI NOTO N CO., Proprietors. J_ - ! OUR FAIR. I The 20th and 27th "f net?.ber ls the time for the 2nd An .uni Fair of the liiiucns County Agricultu ral and Mechanical Association. This is perhaps tin? most critical j period in tho history of tho Asso ciation. Will tho energy and en thusiasm un ter which the Associa was formed, bo allowed to lan guish? Will petty differences and discord be allowed to impair the pleasure and usefulness of these annual re-UllloilS of farmers ami their friends. Now ls the time to exert yourself, If you would make a success. Some people may look upon this matter as trivial and unimportant, but it is not...

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. — 22 September 1886

-The Advertiser, LAURENS, September 22, 1880. .i?ocal ana fipgetaLfe Tho Malo Academy is undergoing re pairs. ?.Joe Prince" takos tho oako on earth quakes. Another earthquake at Summerville, on the 17th inst. Houses shaken up. Messrs. LIPSCOMB, JOHNSTON and .SIMPSON aro canvassing tho 3ru District. A parly of Turks, with boars and monkeys, have been monkeying around town dui lng tho past week. ORO. W. MOM ASTER, of Columbia, re ceived the West l'oint Cadetshlp, from this Congressional District, Dr. JOHN KNIGHT, of Wllllamaton, fell doad from his chair, u fow days ago. II? was a nativo of tlds County. Some man eau mako himself famous but not rich, by applying for tho posi tion of "local," on TIIK ADVERTISER stan*. Knights of Labor in Augusta will iioiuinato a ticket for tho Legislature. A negro bricklayer is one of thu candi dates for tho House. Everybody admires tho new post ?nico. Tho work of Utting it up was un der tho supervision of Mr. xv. N. WRIGHT, contractor. Bight liquor dea...

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. — 22 September 1886

'i in- R?rtiiquake. Hollo, oki BoJtthquako! Howd y / Shake. .Jost put it lhere! What ?ill you take? Beor? NoY Aha. lt would appear You tried to ?ive us all a bierl Well, then B. (>.. pcrbaiv,you'd Uko A whisky raw, wit!. qutultlC 'pike.' That's mighty good for shakes, lucy say, And you arc smne?rhat ( ll that laj I Say, Great Convulsion, honor bright, Why did you give us such a fright? 'Foss up, old Quaker; didn't theo llilnk Thce'd shake us that way fora drink.' Or dld'st thee think tllOOdhavc * IOC flin By making all tho women run Out of their I1OUSC8, tO Iii? Street, Dressed hi a tablecloth or sh? . I When every thinking person knows How much tdl worn? a lovo their clothes'! Your conduct's sliockiugl Further now We can't explain, Couvtilser, kow Vou came with suc h unlucky stars To had yourself to family jill*. Such things may do Ir, foreign climes, In ancient or lu modern times, Hut here, w here matrimony rates The best of all United States, If you BUppOSO such things will do...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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