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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 October 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Gnrpo Diem, 1 will bo morry In my eelf-docclvlng; Leave mo to droams.though bitter bo tho wak ing; I know -1 know ibo (tanner In tho distance, 1 bo clouds thnt gather now will soon bo break ing. 1 will Ito happy, though tho far horlron flo dark with clouds, wbllo lightnings tinah their warning! Ftill will 1 lovo tho summer sunshine bettor ltcmcmbor moro tho brightness of tho morn ing. Do rosen ?row les? perfect in tholr beauty llecauso their notais full and fade to-morrow? Bhall 1 not ?milo and sing to-day, forgetting, Though smiles may turu to bitterest tears of sorrow? Lot me bo happy, lifo Is hard and gloomy; Its sweetest pleasures grudgingly aro given Bo stern, ut kindest, that wo needs must cher ish Koch brlof reminder of our ruined heAvon. -Holen Hawthorne lu Tho Cottage Hoarth. Beyond These VOICCH. Dead lovo, I toave theo in tho morning gray, Khnnnlng tho heavens, wan und misty siuilo; Not n'e...

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 October 1885

tat j?ttiimm fglftirrHurr. li_!_J.TL"' ? . " - J. (\ uAitLixarox, ?p/y'oi?, LAURICH, ocr. :K h, 18S". Subscription Prlce--12 Months, &1.00. PAYAHLK IN Ab VAN CK. littles for Advertising. Ol'dlntirV Ad vert IsouicntM, per Mililitro, One inser tion, ll.iK); oaeh KUlMetplCllt Inxer ! ion, .m cents, l.liicrnl reduction nenie for lttrtttt Ad vertisement s. 0? Ci CiAKMNllTfjiK & io., Proprietors. Ijgggg; !-_ .ss vs. Rashness. All are liable to err, but accord ing to our opinion, nothing is more valuable in a newspaper (linn bold ness in the expression of its views. Decision lind d?termin?t ion aro characteristics absolutely essen tial to success, and tile editor who ?seeks to "beat around" an issue that is before the people, for fear that his views are not popular, i.-> unworthy thc supper! of any com munity. But we also say that nothing should bc condemned more thnn the custom, prevalent muong some newspapers, of trying to in fluence public opinion upon the guilt or innocence ...

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 October 1885

I.ACllKNS, OOT. 28th, 1885. LOO Ali ITEMS. No min, hut leak? in abundance. Mr. JOHN I>. HlIKAIIAN Ima eight clerks. < 'otton ls Helling nt s:i,'<</it in this market. Mr. A. V. KienKi.itKuni:tt is building n now aw, Ping. lt is sahl that Laurens will soon have another livery atable. Tho prettiest young Indy Ut tho Fair will take the "hine ribbon." Dr. YVoonuow has hoon vindicated hy tho Synod which met at Chester. A freight train Jumped tho track nour Ooroonoo, last week. No damage. Tho observer protests ami naya tho Newherry Opera I Iou HO is not for Huh). A Circulating Mbrary 'ms been OH tab lished here, Mr. J. H. W ILK KM, 1,1 br n rlnn. Mr. W. M. IIOPKINH 1ms opened a pool and hilliard room next to K<>i i KL linos. Bishop IIOWK conducted service's to day (Tuesday) in tho lOplseopal Church. ?J. F. MARTIN A Co. have opened a harness shop up stairs over their h.ird waro atorOi JJ. IV A. Ko PPP. I. have had their store rooni neatly painted amt ? large sign placed ov...

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 October 1885

?GHICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. Til K TOBACCO BXPEttZMKNT. Precautions t? bo Taken to Make lt Suc cessful.' There ie 110 plant which has a wider climat ic rango than tobacco. On this Continent, it grows wherever planted from Canada to Patagonia, but with variations of types duo to soil, climate and exposure' In tho United States we have almost endless varieties of the .ame diatiuct plant. Ohio tobacco resembles Maryland, but the ono is easily distinguished from tho other, and both havo their chief salo in Eu rope. Tho dark tobaccos of Virginia aro different from those of Kentucky, and tho tobacco of Tennessee differs from both. Even in tho yellow tobac co of Virginia and North Carolina dis tinct varieties with distinct names exist, and in western North Carolina tho tobacco varies lu different couties, although originally grown from tho samo seed. It is impossible, therefore, to predict what the South Carolina tobacco of thc future will bc, and in what material respects variation from thc 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. — 4 November 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 A Savage* Dixon, n choctaw, si yours of asp, Had killi ?1 ii Milner in ii Leadville bruwl; Ti ii <l mul loudenmed, thc roiixh-lxmnlH curb Hu ll- riere. And ?'atoll hint utrillo In freedom from tlio Indi. "Itt turn on Fi Hay, to bo shot tc denth I" So mn tho senti Min'-it wa? Mnndny ol!-Iii. The ?lead man's coiiirude? drew a \? cll-idca6od brent li : Then nil iiiKlil lon? tho gnmbtlii?r dens woro bright. 'J ho days sped slowly ; but tho Fr!dny cnnie. And 'Hocked tho miners to tho Fhootlntr Kroiiiul ; They 0UOM six riflemen of deadly ulm. And with low vot?os sat mid lounged around. "He will not come." "Ho's not tx fool." "Tho mon Who BOt tho savage free must fuco thu blaine." A Choctaw bravo, mulled bitterly, and then Smiled proudly, with raised head, as Dixon emile. Silent and storn-a woman nt his heels; He motions to tho brave, who stays hor tread. Next minnie Hume tho nuns; tho woman rei'I s Ami ...

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 November 1885

toe J. C. GARLING TOX) FA) I TO I!, LAURENS, Nov. Ith, 188?. Subscription Prlco--l2 Months, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Rates for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Ono Inser ? tlon, $1.00; each subsequent Inser tion, 50 rents. Liberal reduction llllldo for large Ad vortiaomoiits. J. V. OAKLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. OUR COUNTY FAIR. The Socond Annual l'air of Lau rons Ag? ?cultural and Meehan Ical Association, which was hohl hore ??n Wednesday and Thursday of last week, was, as everybody pre dicted it-would be, u grand success and a glowing tribute tn the ^kill and industry of our people. This is not a surprise, for Laurens seldom fails in anything she undertakes, and especially w hoa ber fair daugh ters contribute to tho enterprise. Tho cowal '.hat gathered upon the grounds to witness thc display of horses, <a ttl?*, dee., was immense, w hile the ('oort House, which con tained tho domestic and household ... c-^T?\".?"kts, was densely thronged "from early morn to...

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 November 1885

LAURENS, Nov. Ith, 1885. LOCA I, IT UMS. Laurens is n 'Mittle heaven." 0 Seo rtottoo of W. Y. Sherard in an othur column. Capt. J. M. Philpot koopa tho "King" npplos, tho host known. Wo uro to have a marriage notice next Pall et ^o'clock that will lill a column. Track-laying on thc G. dr L. Railroad has reached tho trestle over Reedy Fork Crock. N. J. Holmes, Esq., made an able speech Indefencoof Dr. Woodrow, at tho re cant mooting of Synod nt Cheater. Wo are Indebted to our aide repre sentativo, Hon. Wm. li. Perry, for val uable reports mid other document:?. An extra term of the Court of Com* mon Pleas, for Laurena County, will he held boro rn? ?ho 3d Monday tn Novem ber next, for the trial ol* auch 08808 as do not require n Jury. Tho .Slato Baptist Convention will meet In Ncwhcrry on tho ISth ol' No vember. Tho meeting will be an lm? |K>rtant ono and nh.ml 20o delegates will probably be present. A groat many pera ma from various HtatioiiHon tho new road lound it to their Intere...

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 November 1885

AGIUC?LTtHAL DEPARTMENT. What Varlet/ or Ont-. Shall th? Farmer* Bow f , Iii this section a fino com cop wits grown in the year 1870; for five years after that soasou tho dry weather of July cut off tho corn crop to less than half. Tho farmers began to despair of growing on old upland corn in NU Hi ?ient quantity to feed tho farm stock, in tho fall ot" 1881 un unprecedentedly largo crop of Red rust-proof oats were flown and the season was favorablo for fall outs, so tho farmers harvested au enormous oats crop in May, 1882. Most farmer* thought they had at last hit upon tho phui of raising grain crops for stock, as tito yield of oats that season per acre was iii many cases fully flvo tinaos greater than corn and thc cost of ??rowing nu nero in oatt* wa? much less than growing an acre hi corn. But since the year 1882 the oats crop lias been a completo tai lure in Monroe county, A fow years siucca gentleman from Hancock county spent a night with thc writer. Alter supper tho subject of ...

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 November 1885

- * LAURENS C. H.. S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ll, 1885. NO. 15. A Candid CoiifcsHion. You ask ino, lovely Kthol, why I caro for Yourself, mid why I ii HIV your I.I to own. You're very rich, you know, my dour, nud therefore I lovo you fondly for your wcixlth nlone. I know that I should i>ny lt ls your beauly That o'er my dot luir heart n spoil hits thrown, Hut I mn franki I doom lt ls my duty To say I love you for your wealth moue. I ought to swear your eyes had wrought my capture, That lovo was wakouod by your voice's tono, That but to ?azo upon your faoo was rapture; Hut no; 1 lovo you for your wealth alone. Suppose. ? 6iild I loved you for your manner, lt m lr li i bo true: you fascinate, 1 own; Hut rvs enlisted under Mammon's banner, 1 lovo you fondly for your wealth ulone. My constancy I claim ls thus n/tcstod; Love based un beauty goes whon youth has How n; Hut ir your money ls but well Invested, I'll love you always for your wealth alono. -Humbler. A SPRING CLEANING. For a ...

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 November 1885

She ^titirita fphprfforf. . C. OAKLINGTON, fro/tOUi LAUttKNS, Nov. nt!-. I8W?. ftanacrlpt!0n Prtae--12 Wotuhs, $1.00. : PAY I nf/,-. IN^ADVANCK. llRtoK for Atlvftrrtttlnff. Ordinary Ad vertlsouuuits, [toi ^((uui'o. >?MO .ns? i tion, (1.00; . in li ?uhM;H]Uoiit Inkcr tiwi?. .*?<? runt*. < Liberal icituerton linn lo ic I !.::.. Vii? V'Mi i i' 'V l ilts. J C. (JA Kl.I Ni.T< >N .v I < >., j iS'opri.otovs. Tho Newspapers nu?! ( r ..io Our neighbor thc [jntirens AI> VKKTJHP.II says very properly ''that not hi ho; should He condemned mort* i (hun.tue(Justoio, prevalent union?; somenejvf*pnpoV?, <Hf trying lo In fluence public opinion Upon tin guilt or in noce ncc <.?' u purtj m . (.used ol crime, bofoci tin? facts uropresented toh-j?ry. ir tills i.? I o "ctisfom prevalent ainon?; sonic ! newspaper u certainty u a ?vont ' wro?i/j, I..,;!, i,, n,^ ,.,.vv ami ro ! individuals, i; .... howoyur, Ibo j ?iii?y of:! nowspupcr-in common I wi th; fd! good ami peaceable ...

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 November 1885

?aotgns ?Irlv&rtrsgr, . LA Vii KN S, Nov. Uth, |8W?; LOCAL I TIC MS. Lau?cns in H town of (resiles. Cotton ls Molting nt R.'.y' '.-,*'. The future prominence of I ?Uti ron?, iii? a commercial center, hi now assn rod. Farinera report cotton in tho Uelde ns damaged to nome extent hy recent nuns. Good work hart hoon doric in tho way of macadamising the wagon road at tho new depot. Oh'? of our young "liiube of tho (H addicted to falling not tn love hut in tho skating rink. Work on tho tl. Ac L. Railroad has roached Iteody Fork Creek, and tho tros* Ho is almost completed. Dr. CALVIN Cl. FJNI.KV diet] very st?d denly nt his tu . ino, in Lil 1*5 count . du Friday last, ol* heart di-. " ?. Orto of oar ontorprisii.;' yoltuf; mer* u lui nts hu seriously thinking of erecting mis works for tidy town. Of all sad words. Unit hanks report, Tho Baddest uro those: "Our rush is .hort." As "ye editor" ls ahnent, we ask the indulgence of our loaders thia ?rock for all shortcoming lu tho Wav of loca...

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 November 1885

THE EDGEFIELD LYNCHING. I *HK ACCUBBD MAKE r ll KI lt APPLICA TION FOR BAIL. A Large Number o? Affidavit?! aiid a Great Quantity of Argutueut--J'Jdge Uudiou'i lXxilil n. {Voiidented from the New* and Courier.) COLUMIUA, November 4.--At 10.80 o'clock this morning the hearing of thc application for bail made by thc thirty four men charged with tho murder of O. T. Cnlbroalh, in Edgelicld county, on thu 21st September, wu? begun by Judge Hudson in tho county court room. A number of lawyers were present as interested listeners. Thc scats outside of thc bar were empty. Judge Hudson having consented to hear tho application without compel ling tho attendance of thc prisoners, none of them woro present. Senator Butler and Mr. E. McG. Simkins were present as counsel for thc prisoners. Attorney-General Miles and Solic* tor Bonham appeared to represent thc State, and were assisted by Messrs. Earnest Gary and N. G. Evans. ..i Senator Butler, of counsel for prisoners, read tho preliminar",, ' the...

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 November 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Th? OUI Dinner Horn. I vu boord many n nt i ain that lins thrilled mo With Joy, Hui nour, I will say, slltCO tho day I was boru, lin? pleated mo BO much ns,when u small boy, l board, on thu farm, tho old tinnier Loi n. The trumpet was Un, :i yard or BO loni*. And was blOWed 1er "the boys" Ut noon inn) nt morn. Tho mon?tono strain was piercing and Btronif, Hut sweet, for nil that, wat tho old atanor horn. tV hon I'D i Min - tho fonco Or tossing tho hay, Or reaping tho ?rain or plowing the oom, With np|ietlto keon, nt tho noon of tho day, Oh, sweet to my Boul was tlio old dinner horn I A mother's fond Ups pressed tho trumpet of Un, Anti blew her full soul through tho I.arley mid corn. Oh. I henr even yet the "Welcome, come In. Como In. my dem- boys, to Um sound of tho horn I Those Ups uro now still, and tho bosom ts cold. Which sent to us boys tho Munt of tho horn J Bho is wultlng In sleep, beneath 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. — 18 November 1885

The Advertiser. y. (.'. QA UL TNCmj K} ?V 01TOI? l.AUUMN?i, Nev. ISth, I?H?. Sti?scrlr>*icn Pr:oo--lJ Mon tho, 81.00. PAYAliLK IN ADV A NC Ii. Hates for Advert Ising.- -Ord hui rv Ad VortiscmoYitn, porsmuire, <>u< invi tion, $1.00; ouch sulisoquonl hitter lion, .">l> c outs. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vortlMomciits. J. C. 0ARLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. SThc Negro and Polillo?. I_Ono of tho most difficult problems ? that tho Soii I hern people hiivo ovor boon culled upon to consider, is met ' when wo attempt to lind the proper, place for tho negro in tho politics j of tho country. In'fnct, tho negro . question generally hes puzzled tho | minds of the wisest and best of oiy statesmen and philosophcjE . Olid t is liko'y^to go down'^.he ages, still eusltrouded in mystery. Ono thing is, sure; it is not probable that South Caro.'i nu can long maintain peace ami prosperity among all | classes of her citizens, and^ attain that degreo of prosperity so much desired,...

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 November 1885

LAUKENS, Nov. tsth. 138?. hOOAh TTKMs. A good niotto- -poy your debts. MAHON? in Hpokoil of nu u consul to Bhool. Our nev.- hotel will ho called "?on ddln." Laurens waa w< ?1 ropresontod nt tho State Fair. Tho now hotel hasreceived ? bonutlfid coal of pain;. Tin? Legislature meets In Columbia on the ?Uh inst. A liv? H mik o w?a found on tho public squaro laut wook. Cotton ls coming In ?lowly and buy er? have little to do. Ho that blowoth not his own horn, that name horn eb all not ho blown. A little paint and whitewash would add grontly to tho appoaranoo <>f our town. Prof. J. F. BROWN was married lo M?as HKNNII: SCURRY, et ilohnslon, S. C., Inst week. Teachers should no! fuget tho Teach ers' Association, which meets nt flinton next Saturday. U is said ; "Tall oaks from I it ti - acorn a grow," but wo contend that little acorns drop from hit? oaks. Carlyle said, "Happy ls tho man who has found his work." This should bo comforting to . poor convict. ThoNewberry Building ami ...

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 November 1885

TUK llKIdLINUKK PHIAL, Tho Cate Ileard Ut for? J litigo Cotlirnn ?U<1 ? Jury In Ohartoaton--Syuu|islit of thu Kvlileiice-.Tlio K. .mt. Tho trial ol Dr. A. N. Bellinger l'or \ t lie killing of Stcphney Ki loy on thc Und October lust, was bad before Judge < 'm li, an in Charleston last week, coin uionciug on Tuesday. Solicitor Jervey appeared for thc Stute, while tho de fence was represented by Messrs. Mitchell & .Smith and thc Hon. A. O'. Magrath. After SOVoral challenges a jury, composed of twelve white inen, was empaneled and sworn. Thc first witness for thc Stutewas Dr. Kinloch, who simply described thc live wounds - two in tho head ami three in tito bodv. W. W. DoVcaux described tia; en counter-or so much of it as lie saw. Ile .stated thal Ul loy was advancing on Dr. Bollinger with his head down ami ids right arm outstretched, and that Dr. ll. final live times rapid!V. Kllev fell, and Dr. Bellinger walked oil'. lames Wclb, coloriai, slated tho cir cumstances of the enco...

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. — 25 November 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Diiaiakoii identity. You miitiit nu wi ll soknowlodgo it. You Kiss? (1 him on thc sly. 1 heard the sound,l?r I waa meet unfortu nately by. The bl UP lu s now commctfoo lo chuco Knoll other on i-oiir ohcek. o. never mimi, i understand, you bare no need to speak, YOU hold your blinds In nervous clasp, YOU ro miKry, I suppose. Ililli I oi t II ne was HO Itcklo thou your secret to dh close. ?'oil, bore's your rlnjr, und hero, nias I ? our note ol yesterday. 1 ?Juro not read these words again, 'twould drlvo uiy sense uwav. How could you bo forget ill I, dear, and suffer thai caress? And In ii uiotnout lum tho lido Of nil our han ni ness. ? O, do not weep, lt brooke my heart 'Jo say these words; mid yet ld willingly bo blind nguiu if f could but for get. Tho dow Is KV liken from tho Dower touched hy un allen hand. Ah, love! tho wo that Wrings my henri you cannot undcrsinnd. Hal here he conn s-lurcn ell, my...

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 November 1885

JFhe Advertiser. J. C. OAKLINGTON, HJUxuic, LAURENS, Nov. 25th, 1885. ?mbiorlptlon Prloo--13 Mouths, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Ratos for Advertising:-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Oue inser tion, *1,00; each subsequent inser tion, f?o cents. ... Iiiboral reduction made for largo Ad - vert isoments. J. C. OAKLINGTON ft CO., Proprietors. Ijct us Advertise tho State. Despite tho reproaches thnfhavo occasionally been heaped upon the grand old State, South Carolina is proud of herself; and we have yet to find an honest Carolinian who is ashamed of 'his native Slate. Whether in peace or in war, at home or In the jungles of Africa, the name strikes a responsive cord, and kin dles thc fires of patriotism in the hearts of ovory son. Wc desire that tho Slate p ad vertised; not for sale, but to the world and thc rest of mankind .mow thai ours is the garden spot of crea tion. Although, perhaps not i a pro gressive ?us some; nor have we sought im ignition tts diligently ns many of tho S...

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 November 1885

JFhe Advertiser. LAURENS, Nov. 25th, 1885. Reed? River Association. The Unior. Meeting of tho 3d Hoot lon of the Boody River Association, will moot with tho Cross lilli Church on Friday buforo the Hf th Sunday In Nov. I88?. Respited for 30 daya. Governor Thompson has notified tho Sherill* that John Douson, tito negro con victed of murdor at tho last torin of Court, had hoon respited until tho isih day of Doeomhor. A Time For All Things. And now is tho timo to pay Taxes. After tho last day of December, it will ho linpoHslblo for tho Treasurer to ro eeivo taxes without tho penalty added, as tho timo will tint bc oxtonded. Scarce ly moro than half has been paid up to this time, consoqucntlj', ""t a moment should ho lost. Another Land-mark Done. Minter ot Jamieson who reoontly pur ohased tho Owons property, ou tho North-woHt corner of tho publie square have liad tho old dilapidated building torn down. Thus tho old structures (bat served to remind UH of tho limo when ours was a doad town...

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 November 1885

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. ! ._ - f 8 KAKOMA ULK Nim O ESTIONS. < pow th? Fariner May Profitably U?e the I Pre?en.t Time of the Year. I It is hardly necessary to urgo tho , prompt gathering and housing of all 1 mumu cu crops still remaining in tho 1 field. Tho days will get shorter and 1 shorter, and tho weather increasingly 1 cold and unpleasant; corn will waste and cotton will drop on tho ground and become-stained and trashy. Every consideration prompts to oucrgy and diligence. A month heneo tho days Will bo an hour shorter, and one-tenth less work can bo gotten out of a laborer than at present. Indeed, with our present labor, it is becoming unprofita ble to employ any moro of it than ono cap help during tho winter months. Tho negro is BO averse to wot and cold during that period it is hard to got work out of him. But for this, there is mach about a farm which could bo done, and most conveniently too during thc winter. Almost every thing in tho way of betterments can be attended ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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