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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 May 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ALL ABOUT TUB BAPTIST: UKMIIKKSHU' OK ?UK OIIUUCII IN WIK SOUTHKUN STAT KS. Tho Session In Loiilsvlllo of Itoprosenta fives or iii? Iiuinonse Moml?crslil|i--Iiu portllllt Feature* <?f tho Convent lon - Sight-Seeing un?] Itusluess Neotlngs. (Lotter to tho Augusta Chronlolo.) According to tho latest returns, which havo been recently mado up from oillcinl SOuroes, tlioronro in tho fourteen South ern State? and tho Indian Territory 2,050,085 Baptists. Of these 1,005,171 aro white, and aro in accord with tho body known as tho Southern Baptist Convention. This is the body whoso ses sions have boen hold in tho beautiful brown stone edilice of tho Broadway Church. Tho building is of ornate de sign and modern architecture, and ranks with tho ohurohos of which hrs. Hemp bill and W'illitts aro pastors, as muong tho finest and most costly religious edi fices of tho South....

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 May 1887

f fie Advertiser v/. C. -OA RL?NG 'I OiV, HU I TU li. ^J7A lT KENS M iiy Test h,_J*??_j Subscription Price--13 Mouthu. Si.00 , .?AYAKLEIN ATDVANCK. j Ilutesfot Advertising. -Ordinary Ad- ; Vortlst'IiiOlft*, J>i-r square. Ono inser tion, ?l.tX's eavli subsequent inser tion. fOcev.t*. Ll berni reduction nuulo fur large Au e/ertlsoti reata. NO LABOR PARTY". The Century thinks that tho po litisai labor movoment la nota transient phenomenon, but ono Which Will continue until ita object is attained. There can he no doubt but that thc political labor move ment is destined tobe a potent fac tor in shaping the platforms of po litical parties, but it cannot act in tlependantly and exist as a party. This is evident for various reasons. Ambitions leaders ever and anon piny upon tho passions and preju dices of tho laboring men to accom plish their ambitions schemes, but lind that while the labOrres aro nu merically able to become formida ble rivals to the parties now itt ex distance, they can...

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 May 1887

Wie Advertiser, : LAURENS, May ?8:h 1887. ^ Koeal anfl 8pg6ial.jk Clerks nro anxiously agl^allrnj thisI six o'clock movoniont. Fifty-nvo dogs in town havo paid tho town-tax. Where, oh, whorc!|ts tho Laurens Pot ton Factory-ti lu- located. We loam that a Sunday train will bo run on the Greonvillo <fc Laurena road in a short tim?. The washington imrty from this jdneo will get tiokots atSpartantmrg. Several ladioH will Join tho pnrty. Our colored firemen aro Considering an invitation to attend th? tournament to be given in Oreon ville on Jun? 10th. A meeting of stockholders of th? new banX wa? hold on Monday, but no per manent organization effected. Opera tions will bogin Kept 1st. We are requested to announeo that Kev It P Smith of Clinton, will preach next Nabbath at Duncan's Creek church and at Bethany in tho at tor noon nt 4 o'clock. On our second pngo tlds wock will bo found antriklng and Instructive illustra tion of the comparative worth of tho va rious, kinds of baking powder...

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 May 1887

M.NK8 ON MKMOUIAL DAV. UY HON. w. /.. LK1TNB1I. Thc tenth of May, Memorial I>?y Of those who nobly theil for nought, [totuma again, hut tirings no stain To shume tho cause for which they fought. lu each low dale and sloping vale Of this bright and beautiful lund, There sleeps in might some noble knight, Who grandly fell w ith sword in hand. Along each rill anil on each hill That gently rises o'l r the plait), There Biceps 111 dust a sacred trust To us, some gallant soldier slain. By ocean tide and mountain side Our heroes fell ill thickest light, And there they rest, their spirits blest. In the realm of heavenly light. Then, matrons sear and maidens fair, Clo where the woodland echoes ring. j Then come and crown each hallowell mound With the sweetest Howers et spring. 00 search Clich nave and secret cave To lind where lie your gallant dead, And eiown the gravo that died lo save You from oppression's ruthless tread. Bring, too, tho wreath from Southern heath And lay ii gently at t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 May 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ?UA1IS DAI?K TEACHINGS. A PLANTATION NM21 IT SCHOOL I OU NEGltOES HEFOltE TUE WAH. S ?mi' Riitortulnlng Uecoltaetlona ol thc Timon Uofure tito Civil War. (From Now VorU Commercial Auvor: laor.) As is well known, it was held to bo against good policy in thc South, in tho old days, that thc slaves should bc taught to rend. To teach them was, iu fact, prohibited by law in mont of tho States. It would bo an error to Blipposo, how ever, that none of them were so taught. For tho master of thc plantation wan, in many ways, an absoluto monarch- every farm a sort of kingdom-and those potentates okoso to judge for thomsolyes how strict Bhould bo their obedience to general laws, bow far they would allow themselves to bo controlled by the J legis lature in tin internal economy of their little principality .<. Southern planters were in the bel.it of having snell of their s...

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 May 1887

Wie Advertiser: BBHBBgB 1 i 1 i . . n"1 .' - . 1 J. C. GARLING'! ON, EDITOR, I i AURfiNg Muy 2T??1, Tss7~ ? 1 ""' " .1 _ ! : Subscription Prlce--12 MonthB, 51.00 l'A YA Uli Ia! IN ADVANCE. (tates lor Advertising. Ordlnnrv Ad vertisement!*, per square, OucbiMor tlon, $1.00; each sui). < quellt itisci I lull, BO eents. Liberal reduction inado for large vortlsoinents. THF. TILLMAN MOVEMENT. During- tho Inst political cam paign this paper snout ?1 great deni of thuo in trying; tu solve tho prob lem us to what constituted tho Till man movement. Wc hoard ol "Farmers' movomont" on nil sidos, and yet, you asked one if it was a political movement, tho baro sug gestion would glvo offence, Thou you would lind a mun who without answering the question would be gin n harangue as to the right of farmers todiscuss'potltics, und such stuff ns every mail knows is true, anti hus 1 e . er been doubted by any one. Uhoio who] hud politic al aspirations swallowed tho myth, -movement-without knowing or ...

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 May 1887

JFhe Advertiser. LAUHKNS, May 2itl7 18S7. ^?OGaf anfl Special, fe Mail Bulletin. Northern (Closes l p. M. and 1 Greenville. (Arrives I I?. M .Southern, tilosos ? 1>. M _T . (Arrives l :.!? 1?. M. .Newberry (Closes 8:40 A. M. (Arrives*):!-, 1?. M. Local nows, Uko money, is hurd to ?ot ?I this week. Hnvo you hoard ortho now stat inn on thoo, I* AS? farndon, s. C., luis a daily paper willoh made ils appearance lust week. Mr M. Koppio, alter a throe yours ab Boneo in Ollio, has returned to t?ds place. Mrs s. Hysingor, of Louisville, Ky ls Visiting hordaughter Mrs A. Koppel. Mr? Stanscl, who oedipus Ibo res! donen o? Mr <<p?irkn m brooklyn, bas gone to tho mountains for tho summer. Aflnojoko that on Dr Wllkos about swapping horses at tho Ridge lust Fri day night. Tho Doctor should ho moro curer ul. Quito a tiumbor of our citizens, some SO or more, have taken advantage or the Washington excursion, to visit North ern eitles. Crop roper's throughout tho county uro moro encouraging ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 May 1887

A QKORUIA VIKU, i ii?- Curious comment? ol Boma People on tho Ui-rh M i . i' nf lllllckw OOll. (From thc Atlanta Constitution.) Thc governor lia-, as yet received no np plication tor a requisition for F. A. Black WOOll, thc milch-fought-over forger who is now under arrest in Aiken county. South Carolina. lt will be remembered that when Black wood's application for a writ of habeas corpus wu? decided in his favor, instead of being turned loose, he was placed upon South Carolina soil, hut, by a strange coin chidlee, light within reach ot' sonic Soutii Carolina constables, who bad warrants for his arrest. 1; was supposed thal immediately after his arrest application for a requisition would he made hy tho Augusta authorities. Hut so far there aro uo evidences of any such action. Thc decision of Judge Koiicy in this case seems to amuse a good many members of thc profession in Atlanta. They say that thc cady question lu fore thc court was th? legality of the arrest of tho prisoner, and th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 June 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. SOUTlIKlfl INDICATION. Tili; PKni.l?l ss Ol <H lt l'KOI'l K IN l ins V 1,1.-1 M COUTANT .M in i ?. A Careful Unvlou >. r thu Condition <?i School* UM 1.1 .u ne.i hv Interviews W illi l.viutlitK t'ou|ilo lo Mils Section. I Prom tin- Dnlllmoru sun.) Tito Hov, William F. Slocum, e.' Hu; First Cougrogatiounl Church, returned on Saturday night from un extended ti ip of BOW ml weeks' duration into tho Southern States, where lio was cu ti] cd in investigating tit ! conditions of c luca tiou, particularly colored schools. Among tho places visited wore ('ii; rles ton, Savannah, Jacksonville, flo., New Orleans, .hickson, Miss., and Talladega, Alu. besides visiting tho publioschools from lowest to highest gru ie, ami tho various colleges, an interview was had with tho Govoruor o? Mississippi, va ions eity authorities, Btato education com missioners and others. Mr. ...

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 June 1887

JFhe Advertiser.. H_I_!_BBS ? ? . J. C. GA ULIXU'IOX, EDITOR, Itbscrijjtlon Prlco--12 Mouths, $1.00 I'AYAttfjK IN AflVANOK. M_ ! '.'*"" ' U* "?""? Kates for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad? vertiscineiitH, per square? Ono inser tion, lt."Oi euell subsequent inser tion, r>o o<>nts. Liberal rodtietion made for largo Ad vortisoniont*. THUS AOlllOUIiTUKAIi COLMfiOR. Tiiere eau bo HO doubt that a first class agricultural college would bo Of incalculable benefit to this state. Lawyers, doctors, merchants, me chanic*, find that in orderte gain thc greatest proficiency, careful training and study is essential, and wo believe tho same is true with farmers. While we trust that the two experimental stations which that august body, the legislature of Knuth Carolina which assembled In 18S?>, has ordered tobe establish ed, NV i 11 accomplish something, wc believe they will prove signal fail ures. Farmors know a great deal more than they practice. It is not experiments by a sot of men, hut 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. — 1 June 1887

Wie Advertiser, LAURENS, .lune 1st, 1887. .AftoGal an? Special, fe Mail Bulletin. Korthorst (Closes i P. M. ft nd < Greenville. (Arrives 1 I?. M. Bouthorn, j ?dosi's o |>. M /Arrives 1 :!KJ P. M. Nowbcrry (Closes 8: 18 A. M. Yrrives5:IO I'. M. English Sparrows aro aLout to take tt?iH town. GroeilVillO Will have a graml halt on the 17th pr OX. Tho ieO-llOUSCS have ?lone a rattling bus!noss dm lng ihe past few dnys. Alter June lftth Augusta will have an other morning paper called thc Gazette. Tlio ?ifToreneo bctwoon n ?log ond a dent ist is, I he dog inserts teeth free of charge A groat ninny deaths Inivo occured Among tho negroes in this vicinity dur ing tho past week. We WOro slightly in error Inst week Thoro wore not GO excursionists to Wash ington front this place, hut six . Hov. Mr. M i i.MMi of ( linton, has re turned from Augusta, where he had a dillleult surgical operntion por for ni od on ld? foot. He is (loin-; quito w ell. A party composed ot about a (io/.Oll men camp...

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 June 1887

THU NATIONAL DKIIJ.. The Three Important Uaya of the Great Military Bveut <>r the Preeeut vear. WASHINGTON, May 24.-Tho competi tivo drill bogan at lb o'clock ibis morn ing. Company A, First Minnesota Reg iment, was thc* lirst compati} to cuter. They drilled well. The SCOOP I company was* the Eighth separate company ol Rochester, N. V. These two companies drilled in tho SOU tb of tho grounds too tar from tho grand stand to bo B60U to advantage. Next followed the Mescaline Billes of Iowa. Tiley marched to tho front of tho grand stand, saluted thc judges sud began to drill. They handled UlOU pieces well, but were a little weak in foot movements. They were liberally applauded. Then followed tho Grand Kapids Guards, Company A, First Bat talion Virginia (colored) Volunteers, Southrons.^ Vicksburg; Company A, First Vugmia Regiment. Popular de monstrations iiidicitcd that Hie Vicks burg mon and Company A, First Vir favor cf Hie day. Tho competing com panies were limited in numbers 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. — 8 June 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TIMELY Tones KOK ^AKMIiKS, UOW TO DO PAYINO WOICK AT THIS si: \M>N. Siitrgoslinna ol I nt crest, i rom un Author! titttvu Sou reo. (W. I.. Joni . In Soulliei'ii Cultivator) Having finished planting thc main crops mid got them well miller way, tho work of continued cultivation will ab? sorh most of tho time luul attontion of thc farmer. If the .seasons during May, in any given section, have bcou propiti ous, the maiu object in view in cultivat ing tho crop will bo to keep the sm face soil in light, friable condition, Tho un thinking laborer con?oive! that Hie i ?iii ! end of plowing and booing ia to pix vc.it tho wcoda from choking tho orop. To auch a mau (perhaps thcro uro many ouch) tho grase and wi oils aro a bli. sing in disguise-compelling him to gm thc cultivation which would be needed, even in tho absence of such a blossing. J >cep plowing of growing ...

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 June 1887

Tifre Advertiser,. LL-' ii-?-a_i_. i.._ J. C. QARLtXGlOX, EDITOR, LAUlvKNS, Juno 8th 1887. *-* 1-'-iJ-'j .\?9 gggggagggg ?---as Subscription Prlce--12 Months, $1.00 l'A Y Alli. r. IN ADVANCE. -Ll-J_1_ __i .i Kate? Tor Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertlnoniontH, per ROU a rc, One umor tion, 11.00; each subsequent inser tion, 60 Centn. Liberal reduction made for large Ad? TartlaoinentH. A HMltloi S MATTEll. Onco mon* wc cull upon thc thinknig men of Laurene County, und especially of the town of I .mi rons, to stop; look matters squarely in the face and rise toaetlon. The cotton factory to be built at Moun tain Shoals is a matter of tho great est concerti to t hi* place. Asa cot ton market alone, wo can prosper; but to have thc trade of that flour ishing section around this factory taken from us, will'be felt by'every business man. Year by year wc aro being surrounded by factory towna which aro growing prosper ous, while they.drawjthoir lifeblood from tin's county. Will it ever be thus? Wi...

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 June 1887

Wie Advertiser. LAURENS, Juni-?ll! 1887. Ai J!.11". " ' '-*"~ .A?OGalana Spacial h Mail Bulletin. Northern (('loses 1 l*. Al. ami Greenville. (Arrives 1 [*, M. Houthem, J< 'loses 5 I*. M /Arrives 1 :.'{(> P. M. Newberry (Closes 8:lf> A. .M. (Arrlvcs?tlo 1?. M. Don't forget tho address of Col. J. II. Itlco on the 2*.? th inst. The cistern was again Ailed on Mon day, by the lire eugine. Tho old Ty ne Entortailiniont ha" hoon postponed until Court week. Tho Tress Association of South Caroli na met in Charleston last week. Tho only property sold on Monday wa? n lot of S0C0nd*hand reapers. Those brought fruin $13 to $23. Kennedy bros, will give, you iee nt vourown ligures Seo them before mak ing arrangements for your summer sup ply. A copy of the premium list ot tho Piedjrnont Exposition to no held in At lanta, commencing Oetobor 10th and ?liding October 22nd 1887, li *s boon re ceived. President Cleveland lias Intimated that w hile lie may appoint a Southern ninu to till the va...

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 June 1887

, LITTLE All BID. Little Ali SUI Was ii Cullivel kW A eulo little cuss, you'd declare, Willi eyes full of fuu, Ami a nose Ibu! lieguu Hight up at thc roots of Iiis Iltur, Jolly ?uni fut Was this frolics* tue fond, Au be played through tho long suunucr day ; And braided his cut As his father used lo In ChinaltUld, far, far, away. Once o'er a lawn. That Ali Si.l played upen. A humble boo Mew In the sprlug; " Mellcuu butlcrlly " Said he With winking eye. "Mo cutcliee and pull off um wing!" Then with his cap Ile struck it a rap - This innocent humble bec. .And put its remains lu thc SCttt of his jeans. For a pocket lhere had thc ChiuCO. I >owu on thc green Sat thc little sardine, In a style that was strangely demure, And said, willi a grin That was brimful of sin, " Mc mashco um buttorily, sine! " Little Ah Sid Was only a kill, Nor could you expect him to guess What kind of a bug Ile was holdiug so Ming lu the fold of his loOSO tilling dress. " Ki-ya! ki yip ye! " Ah Sid cried, as he...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 June 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. RAILROAD DISCRIMINATION, HOW IT A i ri:< TS TH K DKVlCLOI'MENT Ol-' St)V I II CAKOLINA. Tim Addroan Dollvored Below the Stat? Prona AHAOolatlon, by Wm? M. .lonou, KH?|., Editor of IhoSpartaiiburg Herald. Tho presa o? South Carolina has Btrougly counselled diversity of crops and diversity of industry. It has dono so forcibly, repeatedly, almost unani mously, but without avail. It ia m>t my purpose to night to adduce arguments to support tho wisdom of this counsel, but to seek the causo which has made it so barron of results aud to BCOk a remedy. UNJUST RAILROAD DISCRIMINATION, The primo causo of our continuance iu our pernicious course lies in tho 1 "Hey of tho railroads of unjust diserimiti dion against our homo industries in favor of their foreign competitors. UOME AND "FOREICIN" FREIGUTS. lt appear-, on tho surface that the prosperity of a railroad depoud...

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 June 1887

f he Advertiser, iiumr m . * 'j.1 ? ?J J ? L-1 J. _LL i " J JJ 1 i'j-Xi._u j, c. G.Kiir.rx<nox% ED ITO it, tgMttMKB?Swnmasa i - - --~~~~~ '? LAURENS, Juno 10th 18S7.', m,j-."j''i i .i BB J. t- tan Qvbscrlptlon Prloe--12 Montan, $1.00 PAYAWLK IN ADVANCK. IpBaagi-t- u - J* i. Italos for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad wrtlaeinents, per square ono Inser tion, $1.00; rneh subscipicu. Inser . Mon, 50 couta. i HUM ul reduction inndo for large Ad vertisements. II ?I.-U _1 .Ll- .^-U- I'-l THAT "IiONO HAD WAIL." In a card published in tho Her ald, Mr. W. Ii. OKAY criticises an article which appeared in tho col onna of our contemporary, th? Her ald, ami takes occasion to say, "To add Insult to injury already done, THE LAURENA ADVERTISER comos forth with a loug sad wail under tho headlines of 'A Herioua Matter' and chanta tho funeral dirge of our factory enterprise." Ono tiling la evident, viz: Mr. NV. L. OKAY did not road tlio nrticlo in question in Tm: ADVERTISER. It ia said that Mr. Wi ii. ?HAY...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 June 1887

JPhe Advertiser, LAURENS, Juno 10th 1887, ?oca? an? Special. & ' Tho Laurens Guards have hud a revi val- military of course. Tho locturo of Superintendent Rico Svlll ho hiterosting, don't Tail to attend. Juno tho 29th at 8,80 is tho timo. Hehool Commissioner Bullock, lins boon quito sick for tho past week or more, hut is aide to ho at his oflleo again. That wa? a novel dispute when two la idlia In town recently quarreled over tho depths of mind of their respectivo hus bands. Married on Saturday 11th inst, at tho J homo of tim brido, Mr. Jaa. Crisp of Laurens and Miss (lau li y of Savanna h, Georgia. A .-"- I It is said that a certain young mm in town is watching tile hands of tito clock Impatiently counting tho minutes that must pass before ho becomes a "Dono- | dick." An effort wns made to secure tho ser vieos ot "HiHoe" Taylor, a "profession al," to manage tho Laurens B. h. club It 'H haroly probable hat he will come. Greenville proposes to give a grand agricultural picnic nt ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 June 1887

'Mil: C'IIAKI.OTTK INSTITUTE. IfOUDg I.nd len from FlorCUC*, LOXlfJgtOB, Waltorboro, ?bbovlllo, Minion, Padrflold ami Darlington Utstlofrulsb lhimsolves in Muslo ?nd Ar?. (From the Nows and Courier.) OuAiiLorru, N. C., .lune 1.-Thc most interesting event which occurs in Ollfir lotto is tho annual commencement of its well-known and well-patronized institute for young lad ie?. So many of the Citi zens have their daughters there, and thc increasing elhcieuey and popularity of tho school is so murken, that the success ot thc instituto is a matter of patriotism to thc Charlotteun. The commencement excretes of May 31 wero moro than usually interesting, from the number of gradu?tes, and tho distribution of tho handsome gold medals as prizes which had been contended for during tho ses sion. South Carolina, as usual, came in for a fair share in the distribution of the il mora of graduation und of tho prizes. Among the gradu?tes were Misses Ruth Allen, of Huroneo, Nettie Drafts, of Lexington ...

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