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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1886

SUPPLEMENT -TO THE Laurens Advertiser. A. "tjareful obsorvor" has discovered ! Hat Airing tho winter months a radial ?rccpof ono hundred milos, doscribed from $>o city of Philadelphia, and touch ing tbs cities of New York, Harrisburg, , jjud Dlltimorc, will include in tho day- ; timo, i^i it* western semicircle, fn ly two Hirds of tho crows inhabiting North j America, and at night an cqn:d propor? : tion i? ita eastern half. Tho eastern | area of this circle, with thc exception of more fertilo portion? of west and north Jersey, is ?H notably devoid of thom by ,'ny as it is infosted with them by ni gilt, (.cnornl Booth of thc Salvation Army pvc a Toronto reporter this account of tHJ naming of tho Anny: "One of my teen taries was writing a littlo tract do genbirr,' the movement, and he wrote on tho title page: 'Tho Christian mission i< s volunteer army.' I leaned over his shoulder, took his pen out of his hand, rrosscd ont tho word 'volunteer,' and wrote 'salvation.' Wo liked th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1886

.w' Evory Department t;> buy what you doii'l and capricious tastes, standard maintained i dwindi? into insignifb barriers of standing g onslaught of our price BLACK SILK, Now if you want a good Black Silk dont you buy until you seo ours Our stock of these goods is the largest in tire County, our good.? the best and pri?es tho lowest. Set our Black Silk at .s:> LOO ? |.i>? A full line of Jennee Table linen, Towols Napkins, Flannels Cotton Flannel Hod ticking etc. Fruit of the loom Bleaching OJ cts A xj a- xj s SANDERSON'S KID. "Ole Lem Sandjrson? You ll timi him straight ah?*ad up Saw-Mill gulch, ?tranger. Koller th' trail 'bout half a mile beyont the Mollie Brisbane tunnel - can't miss it-th' tunnel-th' dump joel backs up over the trail like a balky hos? -an' north of th' trail, d'rect under thc ehadder ther' of Horn Silver mount'n, you'K run chuck up agin Item's cabin, TS tb' same ranch he ust'er have, unhj t's frilled un' fixed up with chromos of angil:! an' sich. An' 'f ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1886

yPhe Acive l'User, Al'::' ' . . . ' .'J), 1880. i^BBiWsW ? i-"------??- -MM?rn? ???utarrfMitif? Eldcal rinn SpgGtal.o, ?Col (on diing I Mottling Ul? >.... lng u i ?Bunki H I Mor mot liam IM tukli g roi t in Spartan BRurpr. ('nunty. ? Urnflinvifiil wi'i hiv? HU Agricultural ?Sapor in ? short time. ?LJ Anders-m will 0(. KtWdrv" question on Dectonbo-r 1st. ? Quito a nutnbor of pooplo fro-.-, thia Mrounty attondod tl State Pair Inti S[ A Toxas oditnr, in trvitur to kilt-i T i , M fnw days n^o, killed t tir^ ? ; flmonkcy with nn editor. I A reunion <>f that historie body, known HRH ttio Wallace Hoiw, I lumbla on tho )0t h inst. Knights ol I. a bor organis?t inna uro ? IncroaMing rapidly In "ll cnmmunlticti ? TI bo JO factor it i ure located i What has boo otu o cf our Signal Ker TICO Station? Surely ??.is town can raino $20.00 for uuuli n |>ti rpo to. Question Why tlt)DH ti certain Hin? ber of tho Lauron? (humls wear red ?us pondur*".' A n->. To hold lil ( |>n lits i:?&...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1886

??KHT.UTS KOI! THE MONTI!. MHii; !?K\KOVVi;i.K M ?.t.i:-?l IO\*? I HOM iiiuu \i i uoiitTi. Winn \\<>r!? lilt' ?.. !.! PuriM-ra Humid Wu ? ? thc ?*!????Iii ol \.n . nilu-i-. VII liilrrr Hilf Vrlb rii> from an lui? iii-fiii Writer. (W I.. Jonoi m :li N* .'ei .>?.. "CulUvAior.") iu tho southern portions ed tho cotton belt, oats ami wheatinny still bc own; iii some sections :t is tho l>ost time- to stm t thoo crops. But iu thc northern portions ol thc belt, il is too late to sow anything bnt wheat, ryo nm! barley-too lato for clover ami the winter grasses. Cotton planton delay tho sowing of wheat, until tho cotton is picked out. both because, while that work is progress inc it absorb? all Ibo available labor, and because wheat usually follows cotton, and tho ploughing i:i cannot bo done tUl tho cotton is out ol the way. This makes tho sowing ol wheat come on a little later than is desirable. Fear of tho Hy justi llos delay till alter frost, but the sooner after frost w he...

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. — 24 November 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. AN IMIWKD UUTI.KII rm. >KIIV m\ cn j ; ",Mlli;, m, VJ|< I'lvl.ia. 1. \ i KiMso.N, Thc i hi-jiirr.-.M ,,r, ,.r ..I ,, Mutt \\ |,? \\ "I.| lo Knjuy IIIM >|.\ \ ?uo,l Kim?, l>\ \i"" rlrc I!. Kunu. 1 Mr. I'olog V. Atkinson was " mau, ami, tl bo hud been u i .M., mau ho would have boon a hupp? mic. lint luifortuuatoly, hu was rich, un I ?i . \m\ gono to Kuropc "., iltitt uiuiuhlc Copel Uri til u m. . ubi lo Hui . un cditcatiou tlmt bad nevi i lu cn i nu ... Uoiuo. I'olog V. Atkin.un, wilhoul Ile "Mr." wliiob, in obodioueo li. w Iud ; ? . mi rod wns u Now Vork custom, bo :(! ways bud engraved on in . nd , was worth much ?it thu root >>\ :i check. lt waa a great name in Ibo Philadelphia murts of t nub?. Tin rd .si reel know ?m,i honored it, nud il waa liol mir now n m Wall fit ree t. As I said, bo was rich; ho bad "skimmed thu el um olY Kinopo," as lio...

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. — 24 November 1886

The Advertiser \').V, EDITO li* LATH' ft ?yt Ort f??' y .' I" - -1 '''?'> I ll : T . A<l ,?. .--is.'-n III . [HT tf'lO irk', .(... i- s.?:? (iou, SJ.i .'.' .: ?libs 'quent lUSor timi. 50 I" :" Moorul rodii >n mad? for largo Ad vertisement *. J. c. liAUldNCPr/ON ft CO., !?..?>??. If'titrs. M CLOD HOI?l?Ktt." After two weck* we have an 'other explosiv? SIIKLT. from n wri ter in the Herald who hours the HOM dc plu?nct "Clod Hopper." 1 'To sta.', oar by avia--- th nt he ?regrets the necessity of having to "give further notice to the I urdu ti ntions and i :?? didoes of ihi "young Prophet." Now "?'?,..1 Hop-1 por" you strue'.< t he llrst lick-you mudo tho a! lack, m ul you hm . hour the consequences, \\ hen you maken wanton attack upon io: paper without provocation, lt i-' unreasonable to supposa that we j will romain silent. NY o have only i answered your first epistle and j now propose to say II few words < . No. 2. Ordinarily tlie nato of anony mous writers, is a mat...

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. — 24 November 1886

DP. TALMAOt'S SERMON TITI: TICT?;.;?. iJr/T1T:r'.An(1 'ho streets of tho f itv shnl be full of boys and ?Ark P'a. iu? ni thoiitreetl thereof.1 - Zechariah, viii , 5. u?w?ow Gllrareo of our oitlos redeemed. Now. i.0Vi hud glrh nlayiui In tho*street? oro exnoserl to fio nuioh peril that moll it,, |03 "f thom omi In rum; but 01 ibu . |. rioos imo guokon cf in my text tie c ties aro to 1 o su coaioletclv p?riflo-l ami ovangelUet? tbut lads nu l J?'Mb?J"^n8 8u o In ti,. , "biio thorough fare as they aro lu tl^ o\vn mino v. fcrouro - ie i <>o 1,.- L> lbj '.v ? k l, ..oro thom I preach this sermon n -.it the daru sbadowsof tho city. I ho Burgoon puts in Um probo to tho lery bottom of tho wound be oro bo pul3 on tbj bonliug salvo, 'ibero ia 00U.0111 our underrating tho oncniv No who gouerol dp s that. Wo ?nut to count ull tho toes of dark L? - and ndinit that 1 boy mo? courageous mi I tutliiit Iboy 100 mi rbtv mid tbon ioiiio u. tho other truth, tba! tho ?nVi..7i'., \ ,, \n ?"?glit...

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. — 24 November 1886

Ow ing to the short crops v HUTS prices, so we have ?lc ed ol in a few weeks. "F want honest goods At prices t Good, 0-1 and 10 Shotlng l7Aets and upwards. Bleached or brown White Coun terpanes Marvellous values nt "."> $1,00 $1.25 and every grade you can think of White Blankets, a Manufact ures line slightly soiled bought at 50 cts Oil tho dollar Wonderful bargains in this lot. A big Stock of Cassi mers Jeunes Cotton flannels, White flannels, lied flannels, Twill flannels, Plain flannels, at customers own prices. Don't buy Flannels or anything in .A._XT Gt_XJ ? *Fhe Advertiser J. C. OA UL I ?VG TOX, El) I TO Ii, LAURENS November 24th, 188?. Subscription Prlce--12 Months, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Hates for Advertising. Ordinary Vd vortisomonta, per situare, Ono lusor tlon, $1.00; each subsequent Inser tion, 50 conts. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON A- CO., Proprietors. AFTER DEATH. Now that her clasping love lias loosed its hold And dropped fro...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 November 1886

The Advertiser, Itll ll I i i _ LAU HENS, November 24th, 1880. mr,r'"'" , - ,"-?-?a ch- st-, r A. Arilin , Iii .i ,", v...u-T,y i.tst. Wilt our merchants < . ? n 'Ph - uk gining (In ? V Huso bull rulos give il vu bulls .. strikes for 1887. Cotton Htrotchod up n little last week but hun lloppcd n; in. ..There's no uso of t:':?i.;:.'" | ,,. .,.1 tbo motto ol i woman. Thackeray ls sahl t< IIHVO detested ..wusp-wulslod womitn," Dressmakers sro concerned about thu . etoriinl lillie ., ol* 1 i. : 11,; -, A biirnlag (picsthm ivhern will your winter wooii come from, Mr. SAMT KI. lt, Tout, wa? ul n v:s:t ln hlsdnughcr In < 'barlotto.N ? '., tuwi w< ni;, O roon wo .-! will t...vc ? NMI< m,; tank an soon MM t !i>- . bui i ; . [{ranted. Farmora uro rushing bi (he wheat, (?rain planted In thc do*: has not \. . sprouted. The Abbeville '.1 n ,A t.," Wutnsboro Shei t-, which is .1 pre ai im provenu ot. HomooUo has remark* I that i:i view nf tho recoil! oarthqunke ihmu ls no longer...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 November 1886

("IIKSri.l! A. A li III I i: DEAD. \ KTItOKtC OP ATOI'LttXt T K lt Al IM A 'I' KM rilli I:\..I'UK'?II>I.M ? i.n r. Kim i.i n in His ?|i-t'|i- Iii l'it-si s \\\n\ ri iHi' I II ll \ nu.I I'linilrssl \ . I in ii ii ?ci. m s nt Ills Km . roiiiitlliiiKM r M i ..-sums ni Harrow Un \tl Niden I'rfsi.ii ii! ('leti'imid ?Viiil? II I'UIU'IIIIM ( oiiiiiiuiiU'allun io Mr?. Mri ir.>> Public iinii.IIM_- l)rn|H'? in Minimini'. SEW VUUK, November Is. Ex Prosi* tient Cia stir A, Arthur died at 5 o "dook this morning, nt his residence, No. I'-i-'l Lexington uvouue. lie biul been ailing for some time from it complication of diseases, principally kidney affection, lie spent thc summer ut u watering I place, uud it wa- supposed tli.it this bini j ..strengthened somewhat ln> enfeebled j constitution. His death was unexpected, it not beiug supposed outside bis house that bc was in uuy immediate danger. As .soon as tito news ol Mr. Arthur's i death wa< made public many Mags on public ami priv...

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 December 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. im: ooYtiit.Noif'K MKSSAI.T, \ \ i Ml \ I STU i UK vi l;V.n \ i i \ms <ir STATI:. \ l ull |?i .>H<'?HMMOM ..I i lu1 M r , ,, ( , K.t.?,- (lie Ulciilhtii ul Otu : ... -,. Ido oi\ I ll?? l'l'*' 1 *" - '...i. 'l'llO niCHSOgO O? (Invertit?) il . was rt'?ul in UK' Ucncrul A mhh (, Wednesday Ut?' -Ith nil, ?;. ;,,,v . given a syiiopsi of ila Conical . Th?' Stat?' tlobl is now .ill.,; v.liioh ?UCllldci .-.7? . i 'il. ? .. i i |u h (nailed ?U ll fly conta un i1. Governor Sheppard recommend! ili.i tlir time for funding, o M-, pl hs ., Act of tbe Legi .latine, ho lin, ... . October, I ss; i. nu: i \x i. \ v, . After reviewing (la lax ?. n . oral, tiovcriior .Slicppiird point .u ;?,, following deli ni i? l'iral. "All pr< petty .uhji-cl lo i tum ' i iud iwsei si d. Si colitl. "A unifoi m and ei|i ii ,..?, ,. a M'SHIIII ut :ui,l I.,-,.ii: m" i . '.,i,l. Third. The...

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 December 1886

Wie Advertiser km ? i- - J, C. QARLIXQTOX, EDITOR, LAURENS December l?t. issn. Subscription Prlcs--ia Montiis, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Ratet for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertlsemont*, por squaro. Ono inner tion, ?f 1.00; oaeli subsuquent inser tion, ?0 cents. Liberal reduction uiado for large Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. PROHIBITION IN LAURENS. An election on the question of 11 censo or "no license" fer the town of Laurens, takes pince to-day. Pew elections of this kind have occur red ft"rotnfbre with so little interest manifested by the friends and oppo nents of prohibition. It seems to bo a foregone conclusion that the town will go for license. We have always advocated temperance, in deed until recently we have beliv ed that much good would bo accom plished by witholdlng license In this town, but so far as Laurens is concerned, it is a miserable failure. We say this not because it is right to sell liquor or to drink it, but be causo "the prohibition act ...

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 December 1886

SUPPLEMENT -TO THE Laurens Advertiser. Tho Now York Time? alerts that the I Piko County (Pa.) hears nro ?s abondant thia season as they wore forty years ago, . and grow bigger and fatter. A few hears showed themselves in Tennessee last winter, on tho lino of tho Cincinnati Houthern Railway. By a curious coincidence, two person? with bullet wounds in tho head wero re ceived at tho London hospital on tho , same day recently. More remark ible ls tho fact that, though in each case thc bullet was driven into tho brain too deeply for axtractiou, both pntieacs havo been discharged convalescent. There marvelous recoveries from what, a few uara ago, would havo meant certain death, illustrato the offocts of superior surgical skill and tho modern antiseptic method of treating wounds. Thoro is a woman in Camden, Ohio, from whoso body, at different points thero have been taken gold bars or. rather, noodles. Thcie picheshavi varied hi length, from a half inch to four or - (Ive inches, aud arc in ...

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 December 1886

( >\\ i Hg to 1?: . sil d i C.'OpS mers prices, so wo have tl< cd ??I in '.i Kw we?.*ks. "i w . i : 11 holies g< '. ?tis .'.I | 'i ices Ooo I, '..'-1 and IM Shcting ! 7 J els . and upwards. Bleached ur brown White < 'oun t er punes Marvellous vuluosj nt To ?fl.UU il.- > uiul every grade you ..au think of Wim." Blankets, a Manufact ures lin? slightly soiled bought at f>U et- OH tito dollar Womb r.'ul bargain- in titi- lot. j A Stock ol' C'asslniers jeunes Cotton flannels, While fl tnnols, Ked flannel -, Twill flunnel . (Main ! Hannels, ut customers own prices, j on't buy lianne! or anything in ' JL u a u ? DEAD. Idly tho loosely clnsji .1 hands (lung above her, Still on tho pillow tho MI: ii: rvl... head, Plenty to pity, but :i>> ono tb love !i r. lt were JW well tli<-n. |>orhaps, were I'^.I. Like waves that havesuddenly ? eav.i hi ile ir dashing, Like tho bright glory of buniWiol urown Lair, Tho great eves havo forever finid) I th ir Hashing. That once ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1886

JFhe Advertiser, i.AUKKNB, December ist, 1886. "*a- ? -J ?Bocal ana SpsGraT.fe, fbeolttcoat the Bended Hotel IIHH at last been fBtod up. ?vi i NH POP?I of Greenville, la viidting Miss PHILO JON Ks. Mi?? Jessie Rlohnrdaon in spending gomo time In Greenville. Mis? MINNIE MARK or Q roon vii io, ?pent a few days in town lust week. Sinai!-? thinks of contesting Col. EUI. ?tl's oleotlon In Hie Black District. Mri. SAMOKI. BLACK of Georgia, Is Tislt mp: Mrs. Traynhnm at this place. Ho for tho Skating Hink! Wednes day ami Friday nights, at Wntts's Hall. (jon. Alexander tn said to have elosrd lljOOO.OOO In tho recent rino in tho wost Point Terminal stock. A half doxon ?ich young mon lu Kew York have handed themselves to gether by vows not to wear, over coats this wintor. Capt- Dwight lins surveyed thc route for Ibo A. Railroad, and leis found that it will require but little ?rad ln? except near the town of Abbeville. A silver dollar Weighs nearly an OUIICC, placo one in an envelope and put a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1886

I THE STORY OF A "FREAK." TIM: .SNAKI-.-I IM.I KI:I> MAN" .V si:<:<)M) (?I:M:K ITION. CurlmiN Itcstill ..! i lluiriMc Plot '?. ?lal?*' I ><' 11 vi tn i I > a SiMiKi' iii Itovt nm-- \ (."UM' I Ililli i-.il i Dir Tn Vit ll I IllUtVUVC'-A Hoi I lill. 1,1? v .ir,I (III Kl'Sllll. (Special to tho St. [.ouU Ulobe-IloinotrJl ) L'UHiADK?ruiA, November IO.-Tito medical profession of this city uro inter ested in it remarkable cuso wliicli is now engaging tho uttoution t>f tltrco of tho most eminent professora iii the Universi ty of Pennsylvania. Tlioro is probably nt> parallel fcconleil in thc books, ?inti tlio long disoussctl question of pre-natal inlbience has rcccivctl n corroboration that cannot 1 ?nt fail tt> convinco its most skeptical opi>ouont8. Tho case is inter esting, not univ t<> mctlical nun, but tu tito public generally, inasmuch as it re lates a strange story ?ol how greet! for wealth anti fame caused two persons lo imporil two lives. Antoine ...

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. — 8 December 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. i?waiiiiMaui*OTriiiiw,?.uMai??rc.7 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, TIII; WO HU HONK IN Tin; SKCONU WEEK OV Till; SICSSION. Thu Lawmaker* SvtUo Down t.. Hard Work-Nnny MOHIUI'OH Iiitroducud mid Conitlderod, Tho second week of tho session of 188(5 was marked l>y tho introduction of the usual number of bills, soruo impor tnnt, some needless-somo tim*, will pass, many that will suffer tho defeat they de serve. Tho ? Joui rai Assembly h is settled down to actual work, and I ho fruit ol' its labors will oro long ho visible to tho peo plo. Wo givo below a synopsis of tho proceedings, condensed from tho daily papers. Sriiulo, Tho Senate's short session was a very busy ono. Many bills wore introduced, a largo number of roporte wore mado ami tho Calendar was eli aird of ail measures exoopt those provocativo <>;' spceoh moking. Thore was objection lo tho consnloration of tho...

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 December 1886

The Advertiser J? C. OAKLINGTON* E rn , LACHIONS December 8th, IM?. .t'*ierli>tl?u rrlie--"?: KOAtti?, *. t? PAYA lil.!" IN ADV *. N ' . Rut os for Advert?s njr. Ord nu ; vortiscnients, per sousm, cut fnser tiou, $1.00; oaou Mibaequeiu lii?^r t-loii, M cents. Liberal reduction mudo 'or large Ad ftfrtlseiueutn. j. 0. < ; A Kl.INOTi IN <? CO., ('reprit lora. THU oii'to: or M A ST V.R. "No won! in (ii*1 Flngll !i longini .. has greater flexibility thou thal lit tle won! ..reform." Indeed it ap pears (<> bo I<>^?? i.: it \ Individutiltty, and "in t!it> futuro il will have no especial menning, but will In used ns n generic terni tn denote l?gislative changes, h. r for bettor or worse, A bill ba.? boon Introduced in d.' I. ;;.i:,;r.> to abolish tho ofll ?O ??I* Muster for La lirons Count > ?inti inasmuch : lt starts out with tho word "?hob Ish," some ono might ?upuo-'o (hot this is .'reform." i ?i ?rdi r thal ni iv fair-minded man : my bo thorough ly satisfie...

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 December 1886

Wfie Advertiser, LATH ISNS, Deoombef 8th, 1880. ?iilBogal apel 8pteraTli? THE MARKET, C?RREOTKD KYKR"Y MONDAY MOHN1NG. Cotton. s KiX'i V.-?V. Racou 7 ' limns li IR Flour fS 7.ri, $HOO I l^rd ' ?/. Huger, ?.iran (>?,' ! Yellow " Ooooe 12>jj ?nd lil Mollasses 85 to "-ii Hagging *, 1?.' vd I Ti-;? : |0, ' Hie? IS. *>v. j I'otHtOCM (gKOOt) *i - Potatoes (Irish) 7t> I Corn fe?? . Ni ! Turn I pu co Rutter jr? j Peaoutu ?er bu, i Ot) OhiekeiiHl& uti rj 2fl 1 i:gv'< ?.. Ducks . ,?S ' Turkeys ?5 und MO?) Hides, (dry] 8, lt Uten trueul ??< Cabbage 12? f Darloy I Go Hy o ! Brooklju bridge is being repaired. Aiken had u jc.'.uoo tiru on Tb ur HI! av last Tho snow at tbi* pla<w? measured R luchas on a level. Mian Rota Simpson IQ visiting at < T ss Hill. Litt'o Uiver WAS frozen over compl'dlv on Sunday morning. The telegraph Uno sn tho Greenvllh A Lauree in prngn ?ing finely. Ouo t' nun I IIKIAM of rot ?>n wa? burned Raleigh N. c. on t?n* s i, h. Ono w y to get 4 ti...

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 December 1886

<?()VKitNUU UICIIAIIDSON. TUE INSTALLATION Ol' O I'll SJiW KXKCI'TIVK. Tito Inaugural Aildre?? Delivered I hw Oceaalon-A Sirona mu? Timely I'tiper. Governor .John ivtur Richardson was duly inaugurated on Tuesday the ..Oth ult., in tiie Open? House at Columbia. Alter hiking tho oath ol oiliOO, Governor Richardson made ins iuailgural address, as follow s G OU tl omen o? tho Senate and tioUSU of Representatives: lt is with a deep sense of tin- responsibility and obliga tion l assume] that I have josi taken in this solemn presence tho constitutional oath ot oilico tvs Govornor of South Car olina. With no ordinary emotion, and with lt heart full of gratitude to tho people ot this State, through whose partial kind ness i am the recipient of this exalted honor, I this du? enter upon the dis charge ot its high duties, t > the faithful, honest, vigilant and patriotic execution ol which 1 pledge the honor of a devoted son of Carolina. Sincerely distrustful of my own abili ties, 1 confid...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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