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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 July 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. A WAH STORY'S SEQUEL TIIK TALK Ol' A lilt AVK YOI Nt? Ol' KICK lt AM) HOW UK KSCAl'l I?. General bragg orders Ulm i<> be siiot. l?z canse lie I? Too Sick t<> \Vork--UuHlncli Ingly Ile UIIKOH into iii<> Muskots und ?* Hiivcd by n Llotitenuut. Tho Americas, (Ja., Llccordor publish es ii story illustrative o? Oonoral Bragg's cruelty. The scone o? thia cruelty was Cornith, Mis?., und tho tioio during tho let reut from Shiloh. Bragg wus pt rfiOU iilly superintending tho loadiug of tho cars. . Ile bad a grout burly fellow oursing tho nu n and inciting the .1 to greater aotivity. A young sohliei aol over U<), tull and bandsonto, though palo and ilolicate, passed nj? tho platform looking for tho cars in which tho sick were to be transported. Ho was ovi lout ly ill. Tho burly fellow hailed him, ordered him to fall m and help lu iwo tho good? into 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. — 27 July 1887

JFhe Advertiser J. C. Q A li L / Ni f 10 -V. KUI TO R -1 LAURENS, July 26th, 1887. Subscription Piice--12 Months. $1.0 1 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Kates f'<r Advertising.-Ordinary Ad- i vertlsernonts, r square, One inser- t ti?n, 11.09; each sulnaoqueni loser- ; tion. so cents. Libera) reduction Baa !c for '..ir_*o A 1- , vertiseinents. VOLVME 111. Tomorrow, TII?: LAURENS AD? VKRTISEK '.viii enter upon the third i year of existence. When we look buck over the past two years, '.ve : are filled with conflicting emotions --of pain and pleasure, started in the most modest manner-without experience, friends er m ney t" fight out nattie for us-at a time of unprecedented financial depres ei >u-THE ADVERTISER lia- found j numberless obsticles to oppose. At the outset we determined, that when questions should arise, con cerning the people ot tai- County and South Carolina, to speak our convictions in unqualified terms. Determined to hattie for the right as we conceive it. te? uphold our conv...

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. — 27 July 1887

LAURENS, July 20th, 1887. SM >l , YV A l .U 8AYNGS? Caught on tho Cornera hy Our Man About Town. Tho brick machinery lins arrived and work Will begin at oneo. A Vory pleasant impromptu (?orman wnsgiyoii at tho Hotel r.endolla on Fri day ovonlng. Tho Shiloh Agricultural Club will Rivo their annual picnic at ?Shiloh on tim Pith proximo. A basket Picnic will bo given at M. A. Summerols, or. 30th to which tim pub Ho aro invited and oxpootod to contri bulo. Tho MoDaHiol bigamy caso wns not tried this Term, on aCOOUnt of the ab Nonoo Cf tho prosecutor on Monday. It will come up lu Soptoinbor. A negro man by tho name of Jordan Glenn has a good snake story. Ho lound tho track and it measured !? inches wide crossing tho road near this placo. Laurens la tho healthiest place in tho ?tato. Wo hayo good water, splendid elinuito, ample hotel accommodations and railroads In ovory direction. This is undoubtedly tho place to spend thc summer. Tho stores of Todd, eil in pst n eV Co., and boyd's Ml...

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. — 27 July 1887

.-?mi nu. ?i i,i i i in" II III V'S UM'AU.IM; ICCIIMtNT. Au Kv|ir<-MH 'I'raiii Hum imo a Uody <>i Work. un*ii, Killing Twelve 01 fifteen ol Theiuaud Wouudlng .Many Ol BM The Track Covered willi (Hangle?! Mea ? .<? Mood. A Now York dispatch of Thursday says a frightful accident took place lUat mora lug ou tho lirio Railroad, between Allen dale ami Llohokus. < ivor? do/.eu maugled bodies on tho truck nt tested the neglect ol some one who should have given warning. A gang of Italian laborer-, wert- blasting on the railroad uear n sharp curve about thiee i (Hurlers of a mlle above llohokus. Tho Chicago Hxpress, which was due Ibo hour before? lind UOl arrived, and these nun, whoso foreman should have given a warning whistle when the train was ap preaching (ho curve, wore busy ut work unconscious of tho terrible fate lu store for thein. The KxpiCSS dashed through thc gang, killing lt} or 15 aud wounding mauy others. Tho shrieks of tho victims were heartrending, mid winn ibo...

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. — 3 August 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. WUil?S OK Ti IK WAI!. A OLANCi; AT CAI'TlJltKI? CONIKIMilt ATK FLAGS AT WASH i \ i .To; . ? Tito Story Told liy Tlie.so Mu to Kl?bl?lll* of ti Lost Cause-ISuiiiioiti ot situ und Bannon o? TulU.is-iiiiu the Fing? uro Kept lu HID War Department, (loller to Un- NoW York Worlil.) WAHIIINUTON, .July 20,-Yostorduy in walking through thu immons-e granito pile of tho State, Wnr and Navy Depart ments, t was taken with tho ouriositj to seo tho battle tings whioli have sot Ibo couutry in an uproar. Turning to tho right from tho main corridor ol' tho building on thc second lloor, f entered thc commodious apartments of tho Ad jutant Oonoral's oflico, ami fotttul luym ii confronting at ii corner de l; in ono ol' tho rooms, a rather btnturcd mun, of woll-fcd form and placid face, with bia coat oil' like an ordinary dork, bonding to bia work, nibmutely mopping thc heat from hhs ...

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. — 3 August 1887

Whe Advertiser, J. V. O A Hf J fy O 7 OA\ EDJTOR LAURENS. August 3, ISS7. na. I I il-BJ ja. \- L I.-t-?! Subscription Prlce--12 Months, f 1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. KutoM for Adver??Wn?j;.--Or?linarv Ad? vort iHonientu, per syn.ur. Ono Inser tion, $1.00; ?-ach atttMciiueiit inser tion, 50 cent).. Liberal reduction tundo for lurg? Ad? vwrtlsoinontH. A Dill lins been introduced in tho Qcorgiu Logislnture, seeking to es tublish an institution which is greatly needed in this state also, aud which our constitution says shall be established, "us soon ns practicable," namely ; a reformato ry prison or houso of corrodion for juvenile offenders. If ibero ovor was u time when such an institu tion wns neoded lt ls ?ow, and no where more than In Booth Condi na. Thoy have boen established by nearly every cizllized county on the globe, and the actual statistics show that more than 60 por cent of those placed in such Institutions go away reformed, and lead virtu ous lives. Childron commit crimos bef...

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. — 3 August 1887

-V- - t*-: Attention Inistnces Mont Laurons has boon asked to show lier Intorcst in tho proponed railroad from Roanoke, Va., to Augusta, Qa.? vin. Charlotte and Laurena. Our city eouneil ha? called a mooting for thiu (Wednesday) afternoon at 5 o'clock tn the Court House to elect dele gates to tho meeting ut Charlotte on August Uth. Lot everybody bo prosent. HIDE WAI <K SAYINGS, Caught on tho Corners by Our Ma? About Town. Kee notice of Survivors' Meeting'. Miss Forguson, of Groenvlllo, is Visit ing at this place. Mr. Ct.AitK JENNINGS is at the Augus ta Storo for the Summor. F. P. McGowan, Esq., ls off on R busi ness trip to Washington, I>. C. Two whites and throecolored were tho accession ut tho juli last woek. Col. John L. YOUNO, of Union, visited relativos mid friends horn last week. Tho Rrlck Company will begin opera tions us soon as the woathor will per mit. The meeting ortho County Agricultu ral Secloty Inst week was highly inter esting. Rev. It, P. Wilson of Spartanburg,...

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. — 3 August 1887

HUI Til l'/%HOI.I(VVN l i l l HU. "Yet lt win como! Hie day decroed hy Falca." . , How bright thc picture, (?UOQO of bovcr clgu States: When thou, Carolina, shalt become once more Thy people's pride, os in those days ol yore, When to claim thee as a mother, boast thy name, Wat to thy soiib theil purest, hlghi at raine, When thy sUU blight among thy sisters shone. With brilliant light div deeds had made lidia own. Tho tad thy lory une Ihoso day' hath hccii, And though misfortune hider thou hast teen, Vet. midst it ad, th.v heming hath been such That uo reproach tbs unsullied name cou touch. And (his is still ian- pnlrlol children's boast: They loved thu did when Hen didst sillier ni, i .:. True, tho usui|M?r's fool has loin thy breast, Ami thou wert loug by tyranny oppressed; True. Hum luwtsulfcicd neath corruption's .way. And darkness long obscured thy ?lory s day; Bill now thy wounds are healed, and bursts thc sun Of li ;ht and nope OUC0 IllOI'C thy clime upon, And shows what long ...

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. — 10 August 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TUE INTER-STATE ENCAMPMENT. A OH 13 AT O ATI I Kit I NU NIC A It TUK OJTY Ol' SPAltrANItUKU. Tho Weather at I'lrat (nuitsiilclou?, bul til? Skies Itllghtoil ?it I.Hst--Thu liiaui;u ral Corenionlcti--A Partial 1.1st urtu lix hlblts-Other Mattera of Interest. The Ditor-Stato Fnrniors' Summer Kn? ' cnuiptnont wan duly inaugurated at Bpnrtanburg on Tuesday, tho'?uti inst. Tho had weather naturally dimini lied tho crowd at lir.-t in attendance, hut wltOU Ute hour for opening ni rived Ibero wau a goodly crow vi m tho pavilion pro vided for Un ir ucoonimodutio o A?. 12 o'clock tho Hon. doini \Y. Welford called the moetiug to ord? r, Thc stage was occupied hy tho following '.auicd goutlotnen N. L\ Walker, of ?ipaitunburv, the Uov. lt. ll. ll.id, tho Hon..). W. Woftbrd, Iv. C. K. Flcn ing, Col. A. r. lintier, tho lion. ll. B. Bedon, of holleton, Ti .'. Moore, of Bp? tan? ...

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. — 10 August 1887

bUl'TU CMtOM? ID p| n "Yoi it will cornel ?<. Fates." , ivnn How urJ"1-^ ^ t o. (\ C'A ULTXaiOX, EDITOR v LAURENS, August !<>, |> <?)? " ; ? . .i --T.-.?* Subscription Price--12 Months, $1.00 PAYA UT. I". IN A I ?VA Mi:. lint CK for Advertising.--Ordinary Ad vertisements, porscptaro, One hisor tion, ?1.00; ea.?h subsequent inser tion. BO oontn. Ll horn! reduction made for largo Ad vertlsouiouts. Eggs 1 ."' " XI11C ISSUE BKPOltB US. Tho olotitlo'i on Prohibition, un der tho Murray Hill, h UH been or dered, mu? il" a nuijorityjof the vu tors of Laurens county so desire, that Act wilt become law. Our po sition on th's question is well known to our readers, and while we cannot st pport it, THE ADVUUTIS Ktt has no tight to make against tb;' Bill. If tito friends of temperance think this course w iil promote their cause, wo will cheerfully submit to the expressed will of the majority, but wc are of thoopinion that they aro mistaken, ?nd desire to ?rive somo of the grounds u...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 August 1887

A List of Sig] the Petition dod in to tnt stoners of E THE PET [CONObUDKD FltO&l o King, william . A A Kennedy N O Kern A L O Ki Hi Haworth NM o Roy TE Langston M rs A M 1 V 8 Lu?ford B W < John Leauian Samuel * Hugh M Mr? E K 2 Little Alvinia . E J ? 4 Kiln X Id n inny M rn ?| H 4 E ti 1 W L Lindley Hender son o Charity A Co Ellznboth o ' Sarah lt o Ilushn Leonnril I) R o ' R M o Llpford C ti Leake Josiah X ? 8 Cl < ti W ? .1 N X 4 NV J . fiviHun C . T I) Loving O A . Elisabeth Lowe Ella Lark K J Lyneb M R X Llnaon Ii M ? Leopard Sal ile K Madden \V T o ? K S 0 4 Mrs E F o 4 N C 4 J no A O 4 Miss Z A ?i . /ono ' K C ? 4 El /.a nan 2 1 S L ? A E McKclvy I? ? o * M J X Madden Dolly 4 t'ba rles . TC II . L T - . M X 4 John o 4 Mrs A F 2 Marti.. J A 4 A J 4 Lewis .1 2 4 Maggie T 4 Marv X 4 I> A 4 Lewis S 4 Juno (J 4 Lewis X 4 Ja* 4 Dr O L x 4 .1 <! X 4 T M x 4 ru V o 4 M II <> 4 1) ll o 4 ll F 4 O NV McNeely M ?rgeret .Marlin Cl D . A II X 4 J C . .1 it 4 F II X 4...

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. — 10 August 1887

MU lil 1 A ii o I.I.\ \ M Mit III '>Y%\L"}n '"^^es to uowjj&tons as lian na in to tlie Commis sioners of Election. ? Kv ri.AN An> itv. Names not inarki d arc n al ?slalo ow norn. 'Those nun ked (x) ure not real estate pWnOrs, niul cannot be lound on tho tax nooka. /Those marked (o) ..an bo lound on lim Jnv books, but aro ll >t real estate own? (TN. Tlios.. marked ( ) arc (lend. Names iippcarinti on more titan one petition are mai ked with ii llgtiro, ? blob lil tho number it is on ; as, a linnie with tho figuro 2, on two p?tition?? ute. T3HT.H] ".rPHlTimOlSr. SA LAV Jib NS CO. loners of Licet ion for SOf'tfl ( \ Uti I To the Commis Laurens County: PurMini l toan Act entitled AU Act to tnhuiit tho (plOStion of Licer.sc for tho Ralo ol spirituous? malt or Intoxicating Liquors ill Anderson and Laurens coun ties to tho quitlitltid olootors I lie reo I, A-c., t$o.. tho undersigned citizens mut ttenl Estate ow n ern ofthoCoun|y ;m<l Stale nforesnid, would respectfully ask ...

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. — 10 August 1887

:Me Advertiser. LOCAL, [rn. Dr. Martin in visiting in Wood ? * ops ar? eonsldoreil good throughout conntv. number of communications had to ? -ft ovir tills wonk. i /-oral exhibit* from this county wore cabio at tim llnoawpnieut. ,-,iiiii.ii inn was defeated In Texas by OOO votos. full report of iii? Encampment will ?round on tho llrst pago. rt a few days, tho Methodist church il build a much neotlod parHOIIURO. in IO-, ha? hnpponod thia week, ango to nay, except rain, rain, rain ! \ silk, ambrolla wa? loft at ibo Col logo DW evenings ago, wbloh tho owner ? Kft. 'nnnoriln MOMIO sections of the corni report couslderiiblo dam ugo lo low id corn. taros /.anio and billy Knox, of Tnl !< ?a, Ma., aro visiting at Dr, J. V. ? ll .son's. ll O. Dallo it Co. have movod Into IO Hobortsoii Block to moke room for o Now Hank. If you aro u< cd in fr u good I Ul BR V icap, Sullivan ?V. M dam at Ora, omi >w fil von np. Messrs Ii ifc A Koppel have com mou ld bull.dug an elegant rosldoncfl on l...

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. — 10 August 1887

Ol I ll ( \IMM.Ii>\ M I i l t III _ ' "Yet u win corned ..cw,.* Fates" J^X*VKTKKAN ASSOCIA How ur,'.' ? SOLOS TUBI?J?KSIDKNT. ~ General ltoseoraoa Presenta t?? HIui Some Strong Kesolutloiw-Memheru ol tit? Grand A rut) Denounced fi?.? Theil' Nar? row-Minded l'at-thuintditi?. WASHINGTON, August 8. Qou. Rose crans recently received from Charles Whitehead, ohairnian of the committee eu resolutions ol tho National Veteran Association, Dos Moines, Iowa, com?? ol tho resolutions talented by that asso ciation repudiating tho utterances of certain members of tho Grand Army of tho Ropublio in connection with tho pro posed visit ot tho Prosidont to St. Louis while tho Grand Army of tho Ropublio encampment is in progress there; com mending tho Prosidont's veto of tito de pendent pension bill, and condemning tho oflorts of thoso who seek by the rebel Hag episode "to rekindle the thunes of sectional bide and contention ns unman ly, unpatriotic and meriting tho con tempt ol intelligent men." Ti...

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. — 17 August 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE GROWING CROPS. CONDITION ANO OKNEUAL OUTLOOK ON Tin: KI HST Ol' AUGUST. Bxoollenl Prospect H for :i <:n-:it Vlf ld <>r Cuttoii'-lfouvy Kcduotloii In the Condi tion ot Com.-Ko Improvement lo Soi inj; Wltent-A Poor fruit Crop. WASHINGTON, August 10.- -Tho Ar.gm t report of tho Dopartmont of Agrkmlttiro gives tho following facta und figures UH to the oonditiou of tho growiug erupa throughout tho country: Cl OTON. Tho pant month 1ms beou favoru ?lo, oxcept timi tho rainfaV s b< en un- 1 equally distributed in po So tim:, the drought threatening at OD I uriod aud damaging raius following, in tho i ast ern bolt the excess ol moisture predemi? nates us ii factor ot' depreciation. Tho wood is therefor.! largo and sappy, and tho fruit full appears in i-omo th Ul* sordona, aud somo oases of rust uppoar. In Louisiana .similar conditions havo prevailed, and o...

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. — 17 August 1887

"_mmmm!^?mu' ""11,11 1 i bOUTU ? AHUMIXA'r* l i ll III "Yoi lt win come! Fates." . ??? ?? iwrJ-JwraMrji How bil"1 .-- ' ^?ie Advertiser ?"f. ??'_" - - SSSSS -t l--' ' "-' J. c. OAJ?LiNG'JON* KDITCH . LAUKENS. August 17, 1887. | Subscription Prlco--12 Monta?, *1.00 PA Y A H I.K IN AUVAXCK. , Katoa l'or Advorthdng.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, persqunre, One inser tion, J?I.oo; oaoli subsequent Inser tion, ?1 eonts. I.ttieral reduction mado for largo Ad yertlHomouts. fj. - ' .... A WO?D;IN REPLY* It is not tho purpose of Tu iv Au VEKTISER to engage in quarrell n g. Wo hutu quarrels, and seek tu avoid u controversy that turns in thia direction It is especially dis tasteful tn Tu H ADV? KT IS KI: to start our dlsgrunteled contempora ry on this Hue,, for with yours of ex perience whenever oportunity pro sonted, and frequently without op portunity, the//ero/d hus becomo un adept at quarreling. Wo hud hoped that tho Sar* and Courter would satisfy tho querulous pro pensity of our neighbor for ...

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. — 17 August 1887

TOe Advertiser. !Ml^ .' .1 ' . !J . -li".1 ! L O O .A. I_i . t'lSUJBJ.U.'JJ1 '-.?- J-iS'-J-JU-"-1'.i'. " B ? ? F. I*. McUowtiu is building an olcgtutt residtuico lu llrouklyn. Col. I). W. Kuli und f?tu i ly tiru ut -ttl Icun Springs. Two-oout BiumpH will roon bo mude groen i o si H.'o I o? red. Tho Brick Company bogUII operations In earnest on Monday, Capt. Albert Dial ami X. lt. Dial, esq wore in Augusta last week. Mr. amt Mrs.Ci Wt Tuno aro visiting friends ami relatives In Virginia. Mr. .f. F. MoUowan in spouding a few day? with friends hero. fleo. S. Turner, thc alleged murderer ol Spartan burg, is out on $3000 hood. Miss <?riItiti, of PlukailS, visited Pres. Mc*jaslau's family last week. HuWber Robing, all stsos, faints, oils. Varnishes, t'rockorey and TiuwnrO, Sto'os deo,, at J, I'". M .MITIN it: Co.'s Mr. James Knox, of Altihatna, is vis iting the family of Dr. Simpson. Kev. A. P. N leholson.of Plekons eon il ly, is visiting his old monds at this placo. Orr, Owings A lt oh...

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 August 1887

MU 111 VAUOMIVVH l l I "Yet it wm cu?n/). '' M? DISASTER! 52? Fates." ONU IIVKOltKO ni I.Mil? AMD III KUH BU ?Ol KUKU. An Kirurslou Tralu urinw Through a Uurulug llrlil?c Cur* Trimed""' BUd l?U*?l ?>"?. l'pon Aoolhcr ll? Dlanttler llollcved io Hat? Ur eu UflHuraifls |*rvj?tf rd. CUICAOO, Augusl |?c< iiil to Hit Chicago Time?, from I . I \v': "Lust ulghl till I'M "hi < !l IU0 Toledo, I*?.. ni.i nud W< iveut dowu whh H burnie lr ?; oui Ibrcc miles eas? of OUatlswoilli and uver 100 excursionists ktlloil i n<l ' i lore bi illy injured. Thc Hain > I of tlx al op ors, six day coach? . nm! ? . . cars and Und vu board OOO excursion!' I . und loi N.ag ara Fulls. Thc passe . I from vu rlous points in ccu i ral ll lui ls, itu majority, however. COlulug Crom Fi : i. Tho train was so heavy that I .> ? ciaos were eui ployed, and was au I I hall behind limo when il pn >?( Ohattswortu, Hu ncxi i utiou "-.ist o? bore, is six miles ol?. un i i m thciowns made in seven mil Thre...

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 August 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. SOMI'! BUUGKSTIONS ON A VKUY IM POKTAN r M it.? ic T. A ltevlew ?>r (iu> Arguments Used Against Our 1*1*080111 system ot I* ubi Iv Cd noni Inn. To thc Editor of tho Nowa and Gouri or: Tho question how wo cnn best odu cite young men in order to lit thom for lifo, and for it? two-fold (struggle, partly against the ml verso forcea of nature, partly against the ever increasing intel lectual and industrial coxnpotiti? o of other trained communities, should mos! deeply engage every thoughtful and patriotic citizen of tho State. As tin's duty to tho rit.ing generation is ono of the gruvcat that can possibly arise itt tho whole category of individual, social and oivio responsibilities, il. should ho ap proached soriously, gravely, oarnostly, reverently, with an entire freedom From prejudice and passion, and ?tu eye singlo to tho ascertainm...

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 August 1887

The Advertiser U?OHEKH, August 24, 1837. | J. <\ (!.\ Ii /, i .V < / V ( ) X, !'? l> i Ti > K B inscription Prue--13 Mouths, il.00 PA YA Mili IN ADV At<f< H. Untos for AdvcrtUl'itg'. Or?! 1 harv Ail vvriiKetnonta, per sijuarc, One Ins? r lion, $l.lHh OtlVh Klluso?pieiU ins r I ion, ."?0 rent-? fj|tH?rtil roduolloii made on largo .\?? vorliseiiHMii -. I,KT .) ? s i io : HI : DON This naper lia- not ono won] of citric ff co or palliation for liquor or l'ho flrpfor traill \ wo believe that I whiskey is re-pon-Ihlc for a large proportion of thc clinics commit ted. Tim ADvniiTiaiiii did not like th-.* Murray I> 111 al first, and ns soon as.it was drawn up and presen ted to tho legislature, we not only expro'sed our dissatisfaction willi the measure but Interviewed u large number of our citizens and found nearly nil entertained the same opinion. Now srn .(. th" election ls over, we bad hoped to let tho matter rest, but thc charge :- made that thoso who op, o ed tho me...

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