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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 August 1887

JFhe Advertiser. IJ O O .A. XJ . T.. i 1111 1.. . 11 Kor lino joli printing, call on Tn ri A n KUTIHKIt. Hov. H. P. Smith will prenoh at Beth* ny on next Sunday. A. slight ourthquuke shook waa Toll at ioorgclown last week. (..'apt. lion Tillman will address the trmors of Andoraon nt Sainty Springs o-dny. Tho resilience of Mr \V A Martin over n "Brooklyn" will ho well umlor way ii n few dnya. School Hook? will Hoon Po In dornend nguiu nnd Wilkes' Honk mid Drug store IK tho placo to lind them. Ill n shirl tillie Tin: AOVRUTIKUII ex pects to put io now typo and other wise greatly improve this pap' r. Trade nt this place is ex] ec ted to Po iniiHually heavy this fall, and mor dants will put in fud stocks ot' goods. Do yon w ant a ? ?inf II so pl nco your rdor with GEO. il. ANDKHSON nt nee. NOW ls thi tune. Ton HII.'H OS ol'the stock of the Nation l Hunk of Laurens recently sohl In 'hnrloston ntiovo par value, 10"> being id. It now trnns|>ires that Hie man who so conclusively eon s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 August 1887

VMM ?li ll KAILIIUAII IH8/VSTKK. A l'amender Train Jitiii|tN Hi? Track ?*"<1 Cradifn Through n Three-Story thick ituiid UH-Bnglueer Killed ?u?i Twelve Ker??? Injured. WASJIUNQTOM, August 18.--Trolu Nu. A ou thc Baltimore and ohio railroad, com lng from tho West, duo lu i' Bl 0 20 A. M carno thundering imo (hu oily over Metro polltan Brauch to day. and at a curve neill ly a mlle away from Ibo "X began blowing "down brakes!" For tome reason the brakes were not put down. Tho air brakes it was stated, did uot work, aud Ibo cn uincer began blow lug bis distress whistle for brakemen to put oil thc regular brakes. Either the brakemen did aol heed Ibo sig nal or it was not given in lime to bo ol USC. Thc train. Hy tog III a frightful rate, carno thundering down towards tho . harp curve at tlio V. On thc south side of ?bc Y. In a little corner made by t he intersection nf the tracks, was localed tl railroad signal tower, a brick structure three stories high, whore railroad men arc employe...

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. — 31 August 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. MYSTKIUOUS SOUNDS. THU Cl* lt IO I ?< I I IK I.-; TH KY IllVK TON THK .MINDS or sinn; l-EUSONS. Tin' I : i Minni I?'-.? l ear I'\|ici ii m i d li 'II 11 fill ? li;; ol A |i|MU i ni Iv llicxpll.tll.il! NuWi "--Tin- Origil! of M Pl ll I Kl> I RoillltlN CSoiiornlly to bu Trimed li? Atmospheric I lllllHinCOHa Tho client of certain Bolinda upon tho mind ?B often vory curious. Wo do uol allude to the ordinary phcuouioua ol speech, Binging and uui&io, where thc sound-producing apparatus is tolerably familiar, and it i dist nice from tin: biurot oat inuit ed with a uc.ir approaol) to UOCil racy. Tho effect in only "mysterious"' when there is any doubt us to wher thc sound comos from, and h ov it was originated; tho imagination thou begins, and works itself up to very aingtliill 1 >:iI - luoiuations. Night, or darkness with? out night, has much lo do with thi...

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. — 31 August 1887

.T-?ie Advertiser mupBeetesa-"""" -1 LAU UK N'S. August SI, ISS7. J. ff. GA1?IJIX0'10?S\ VJJ)lTOH\ ?fitorljitlor. P.-1C0--1C Months, $1.00 | PA Y A FHJK IN Al) V A N ( 'K. i Natos for Advertising. Ordin?r;? Ad-1 rertlsetmnts, por sonare, < nie Inser tion, $1.00: Pftcll HtlbaOqUClll Inser tion, Ml couts. lilliornl rod lunion mado for largo Ad T4>rt?Mouiontn< ON V, MOl?i: HOVNlJ. Th promised "shot" from tho J/r.r tlrf arrived on timo last week, an I evidently, to tho satisfaction o:' tho shooter; although it was (ir ed at long; range and consequently rathers scattering. Wo li tul almost forgotten tito subject of tho controversy and it really seems thal our neighbor Ifl in tin Ramo lix, for ho goct away bitch to a quarrel with " rote Ka ir" and boa--; that lie did not l>o giti that controversy. Ho says we v. ero ''completely behind the cur tain in tho mutter ii not ono of tho H'r.g." Jf this is an insinuation that tile editor of this paper cither Instigated or was the autho...

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. — 31 August 1887

Wie Advertiser. LOCAL, ???aa ai 1 1 1 .-'i' ggwegH I " Our city ?-?-mt-tury nooJs work. ? number ot merchants go North dil? -ereok. For (Ino job prill' J OK, caJl on T . B A l? Y NUT i su li. for a whole weak [iUur?nB JiKM scare?* ly bud u ningle scnsaCon. Thor? uppcuiK to ho u J cart h In tue matrimonial market horn. Do you want ii UlllT II HO pluoo your onJor willi UKO. U. ANDERSON at onoo. NOW in tba tuno. This is tho tuno of tho yoar when clorku around town uroohauging tholi places of ou M i nous. TU* first br.lo came In on Saturday; grown by T U l.Ctay amt Holli to 'tray ?t sullivan for IO COIltH. A tow moro day* longor aud the br itt bl fncuil boya and girl* will trudge almo; tho siroct-i willi a cart loud of dictionar ies, 'rtth-mo-tlca, Ac. Mr \V M .Jo?os of tbo Spurtauhurg Herald han hoon miod by Mr I'ltimmot*, ?who was cn I hid a "cigarette maniac," for $fiOOdnmngos to lils amt bis wlfo'H fool lugs ?nil bin hutnnoiiH prospoota. Tho machina used for making brick by till com...

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. — 31 August 1887

TUM KKW I'Oi.ilM AI, run*. \n Oflli'ial < nil i-HH.-.i tor a National Conven timi. Pilli \l>i;t.?'Ill\, A Hiv ust *.*.?. - TllOt'XCCll live committee <>t tim new political part} recently ortranlzed In this city under thc name ol "Thc American Party" to-day Is ?mil an oillciul cad for a national coa ven lion to meet 111 this city Friday ami Satur day, nilli and l?th of September, .iud they rall upon all American citizens ot' what ever parly or special alUtintton, who tty in pathtze with the < iitlmeni . and arc In favor of tim political ohjci i - ol' ila- now parly to alien.I tor (hu pinpi ?se of complet hm or.?un Izatlon and promoting, among oilier Hu follow lng sjii ? ?tlc obj els: 1. To emphasize mu? perpetuate tia son tintent "America for Amciicui -. 2. Thc restriction Immigration. :.. Thorough revision ol thc iiiitioiuil taritl law . 1. Ucsbrvlug Amcricati lands for Anioii can cittzeus only. ">. Tia; protection of ?iiK-riciius III lill their rlj lits on land m ...

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. — 7 September 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. C?AI'TUKINU DKSKUTKHS. Bl ETI! ODS Ol' ItKOAPTUHl'' OUHINO TH J: U AK. A Conscript In Pootilla i\ttlr?? Willoh lit|i i? House r,,i- Several Oayn-Tlte Clotting Iinji of tho lt? lu lli..li--A Dcttpt'llltfl ifrrugirle. In tho sumtnor of LBOJ Wirt Adams's cavalry, nitor au arduous camp rested to recruit mon and horses in Shepherd's old liol tis in Copinlt comity, Mississippi. Food tvud forage n alum to MI ; the hornes grow fat, and Hie lazy life POOH wearied the nu n, whose home was in tho buddie. Timo dragged, but Sergeant tleath'sold Crt eper or< nted a diversion, ouo niorniug, o}- btatnpod ing tho brigado horariH, which wore all loose at grass. Creeper knew a thing or i two, and counted eu fun whou lie laid his pinn*. Working ?rouml tho two thousand grazing horses, until all were between li buuel I and the camp ii. tho woods, tho old horse, whoso wisdom wan kno...

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. — 7 September 1887

The Advertiser - . - I.AUKKNS. Soj.t., 7 IK?7. ^-.-*-* j c. GA i:!. iXU70.v. EDITOR |?Mcrlptloa ftlcs-H Months, $I OO PA Y Alli*-K I N A '.'VAN- ?*. Kates for Advert i ?Inc;. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per**|usro. ?*uv ?I^: Mon, *!..??: each .? ab?*-j nor.: inst-r lioti. ."*? cent*. F.;boral reductlon mano for largo Au v-- r: . .< : s. ..- . ATTACK OP rm: KNTKHPKISE. _. . Bigotry ;? by no moan? confined . tu religion. Political bigots are even in -rc pleutlful. Thc /.eal manifested by the Herald, in fight* lng fur tli?- Mulray XXX Prohib?* h i bit lon lilli, i-.:'. I the persistence displayed uv the Clinton Enterprise lu urging thc? acceptance of the ] uu'?'Ur?'. have ? i i been equal* led i;1. j ur:!ul ;*::>. Tiley h ive fought long and woll for this pet scheme, but the voters, contrary to our friend? expecta tions have "we'll none of it." and that sh uhl settle tho matter, for a time at ict-;. Hut riot KO. ; Disconcerted, these papers are now peeking away at Tur AWVKIITISKH ...

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. — 7 September 1887

jFhe Advertiser, LOCAL. .Gentlemen of tho ?fury. Thc following Is tho list of jurors drawn for t lu? September toriu: 13. M. I len ry, J. Will Peterson, F. H. Ht.lund.J. P. Fhclts, il. Y. God dard, W. A. Austin, I,. 1?. Owillga, ll. Godfroy, W. I. Knight, Ja?. T. ^Jarrett, W. P. Tinner, .1. li. Hum bert, Goo. I'. Wood, W.?. Culbert son, T. I). Junes, B. ( '. Cox, T. It. I)e Hhlolds, B. F. 'l orry, W, M. < >wings, <{. W. Haul), H. j. burdett, W. ll! "Wlmrton, John K, Ydnir, W. A Willis, W. Y. Watkins, W. M. Whar ton , John lt. Willis,.I. K Andrews Augustus I?ufr, I?. F. Nelson, II. I). MaharToy, s. u Madden, lt. s. Tur nor, A, <;. Irby, K. II. Fleming and A. J. Smith. Miss Hov? i Kou clio, of Coron aca, is visiting Mrs Plu HS, Kev. lt, It. Mo.anly "?TimTIT few ?lays with his parents hero lust week. Mr8. Killian, of Greenville, is visiting her pa ron IR, Col. mid Mrs. Monody, Mrs. J. I?. Pitta ?uni fuinity loft on Monday for a visit t<> Newbery. Mr Frank l,uno of New...

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. — 7 September 1887

Tit OOPS iou THU ( ?xi t:\M\l. MM-rill ii II \ol Conlllg mu? frlmllria l.lkclx M lin??? COltllUaUil Vi Them. W AMIINl.TOV Atl.le! CS Lt? i Ooucinl Bhoi i*. l in has - i Secretary of War rcquesli v Qouvrat John M S .. , the division of Un? Allai i? ass.: ? tho Ot an in ?nd ? : I . . - . , irate I in Phi . v . . > -.-...?. (f?lpate lu tuc pageant . "- ... e braitou of thiHv.utctiuiiil ot't v . >.. of tho I'mud los, Ow v - j , y \ engagement thal thu : <.i>-. lion of tin- i ir wc&ti tit - - '. i i winter wt.. ..?.:. - > ia, tlx . Uenontl fluds it | ; j - s- |i Pbilmti lulita u UH? Tho'aumin) rem loi ' . Army (he Tem . . hm .... ? i j ear ago. V . wost wa: ii ' . tl . froaikt * - - lt is no! . - . Commis - for I . icy of Congress, rito i vp uso of radons ami vamp linties \yi be met by theOov eminent. lt is proposai to ti ?? . .r'y .vii the troops tu ibo division ol the At laut le With Uto exception of a sundi ;unrl at fortsi This will fedin ti force ai.-.' . ;> fro...

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. — 14 September 1887

VO!" ?l! LAURENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER l l, 1887. NO. 7. Tili; AG1U0I LT?UAL COLLMK. ANO I'll li: AltriOl.l'J ON AN INTKlt ISSTINO BU lt J K< IT. A GonipnrUuii ol tho SIh>HlKHl|?itl College AVilli tim Son tit CurollilH College- Th? Merit? of Knell Coiit>iderc?, To tho liditor o? P?o Nows and Courier: A separate agricultural collogo is de manded because the agricultura ' di pert inent of tho Routh Carolina Collego ima not attracted a largo number ot shu!- ats. Cap?. Tillman says two sludeuts have studied a little agii?ulturul ouomistry. CUiors concedo oight ot ton. Lol us consider whether the College Las failed to attraot tho utudenis i*, should have, aud, if so, whether tho fault lieswil] tho plan of Organisation of ti?o Collcgo, orin to lie Bought elsowliore. A rcoital of the Congressional Act of l.Sii'j, ?ndi r which tho laud B< rip wu given, will rdiow tho bcope o? tho Act, rnd will dotormino what classes <>* ?itu tl ile uro to bo considered in receiving ...

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. — 14 September 1887

?flhe Advertiser J. <: OA /H tXG'l ' ?A\ F. DI TOR. ? a.'tcripV.jTi rrlce--12 H^a'/J?, $1.00 PAYAULK i N ADYAXCK. V-.it.vs for A?l vert Isl u jr. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per s.piare, < ?ne inser tion, $1.'*?: each subsequent uiscr tinii, 30 .'?Mits. Liberal reduction tundo large Ad t .1 non.oms. ACROBATIC. ". ? ,. week-; ag.? the Herald Intim . that lt was desirous of ending this controversy, which begun ...ti that paper ni od c un attack . > ?ur review of tho Murray Hill. From the last issue, however, it uppcurs that our contemporary wns only desirous of changing the sub let. Ile desires to len^e the re view of tho Murray Bill, "and to tko up a controversy with Mr ll. If. Young, who wrote under thc .?. <te plume "Tote Fair", which wvurvd ??i September ISStf, Un dropping fie Murray Hilt our contemporary would leave ll im resslon that ho was only hali .urteil In tba* tudu for he says: ' t he flies of the Herald, (which are "better than more assertion,) will "?how that 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. — 14 September 1887

Wie Advertiser, XJ O O -A. IJ . Misa 1,111a Peterson is ?inito vick. M rs Jennings has moved t<> Clinton. Cotton ls coming in rapidly ou ovory Ide. Miss Maggie Boyd, is Ut tOIld i til" school n Huntsville Ala. Mr.J II Kopp, is again en t,ugcd w i t li J. F M rtin A, Co. Mrs Juno Pbllson lias returned homo from l'ortor Springs. Home good work is hoing dono on tim t runts about town. Our cotton factory ls by no means end, only du/ing Capt. J W Watta und Hary visited Newbury lust week. Mis? Annie Simpson, has J returned from Glenn S. ri iga. Throo now storos have berm oponod o tho last throo wcoks I.uti rons is a dandy little, town, and thorn is noruhbittgit out. Tho I.uuronsville Female Cutings will ?opon next Monday. floury S. Hhumnte, of Hroworton, ls .Clerking for Messrs Ur ay A Sullivan. I>r mid Mra 1' il Connor have, returned ?root ix short visit to Cokotbury. Wiggins predicts a torrlblo storm for this numil y on iii" tilth, Mr Jus IL llowen, lins returned from brief vis...

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. — 14 September 1887

'-. I I I III.-Ill JVSTICK TO MAI OU coeUTKNAV. A Slat?mont of III" '???Hloil M to Public A Ifni r? in OliarlOJtOM a ut In HioSt.Oo. (Vrotu Hie Alkea UcoprUcr.) Since tho publication of tho sones of abltsivo utlvertiseitieti.s in ref. renee to Mayor Courtenay and tho etty oonuoil of 0bai'lo8ton, Mayor Courtenay luis again boon brought forward in various por tions of thu Ktato us a candidate for governor. Believing that an uuwar rautetl use was being made of Iiis uaui -, wo called eu ' tn rio . ti recent visir to Charlest on anti ns nu intimate frioud of more than thirty-turee years standing, enquired into tho truo inwardness of the matter. As .Mr. Courtouay is a man of direct methods, with OOH i td thooharno teristies tied oonstituU tho av? rage poll titian, he very promptly and emphati cally inti rmcd us timi "he wa- not a candidate for Governor er any other Ollioo." ! ie OOUtV'miod, "! long for Po eembor, what a glad release it will he when l aai hack ht my Coiiuting coom timi t'i...

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. — 21 September 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TIMELY TOPICS VOW l'A H M EUS. I HO IV TO no PA VI NO IVOItK AT lins MASON. Hiig?ot>lioiiH of Interest, from un Author! I :il I \ ?. Sim r.e. (Vf. h. Jones Iii Bout horn Cultiva tor* ) COTTON PICKINO. i l v. characteristic form work of thia tho llrtt full month is cotton barvcittiug. ! The fruition of tho cotton planter's hope 1 of a successful, practical machine for tin. gathering of cotton ia yet in annynnco, and tho work munt still h?: done by MI. bio human liugers. Inventor), however, are earnestly at work seeking to .soho thia great problem, aa will bo seen by tho illustrations ami deccriptionu in ?his number of thc Cnluvntor. Cotton pick ing hy hand in by far the mos! exp: , iv operation in the production of raw u l ton. Moreover, the cost of nearly i very operation, except lacking, may bo re- ? ducod in proportion as thc yield per' acre m greater. Tin r...

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. — 21 September 1887

.The Advertiser LACKF.NS. Sept., 'll, 1887. J. C. QAM?tXti'IOXt KDITOJl. ' ? ?" ., ii ? g Subscription Prtco--12 Months, $1.00 PA Y A H 1.1! IN APVANUK. Ilutes for Advert Ising.-Ordinary Ad vef llnemenls, por square. Onelii*?*r Hoi?, $1.00| ono h subsequent luxor rion, .rK> conti?. Littoral roduotloll mudo for large Ad vertisements. '. . ? ..1 . 1.1 i*. - '" 1 ?. ga TO rm; HT:K.\M>. WP tiro forced again to reply to n most malicious attack of tho llor IIld. Inasmuch as that papor lins stu diously avoided thc subject which first culled it forth, we regret this necessity. Hut the latest onslaught, tilled a>. it is, from the tlrst lino to the closing sente ce, with design ed misrepresentations and perver sions ot facts, leaves us no o'her alternative. The Herald begins by stating that Mr Young speaks ot hen arti cles only. Mr Youno; states positive ly, "I am the atithorot tho articles signed "Tote fair" published in Tur. ADVKKTlsF.it in Sept, 1880." Could anything be more posit...

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. — 21 September 1887

The Advertiser. ?aaa11 i ? . . LOCAL, Mr.S. lt. Todd IM having Iiis residence co vor od with tin. \iiss litllifl VVIdto, of Urccuvillo, hus tukon ohargo of thc school ul Chestnut Kid go. Tin? littest definition of u churn-dasher an given hy :i little gb i of liv? Hummer ? is, u "milk shake." A Huming Ibig ls llouting over Hie (.'null Cw i ta pu ia v's ittiltillliotll dry*goodt*, shoo unit clothing house. J?r J, Ti Pool, has plttoed a neal lenee Of iron, Iront tho I.aunuis I ron Koli miry, around ins residence on .Mainstreet. The reMldoiiee of Mri Harrison Scott, near Mt ti ul higher, was nocido itally d.. Ntroyeti bv lire on .Monday night, Cotton con tl nu ott lo como lu mid tho prtco though u ltttlooll', continues high er Hum tho neighboring markers. \\ e puote to day nine cunts, On onr outside w ill be found au hitor rat I ng account otu fort u nu left to tho Child roil of Otorgo NV. Hillard, who now renldc in this uouilty, w ith Hu n grand inother. t>,i Sunday last as the pass...

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. — 21 September 1887

?: KN KU ll. NKWM \OTKM. 11fin? ul Interest Uaiheirwtl rroiu t'arloaa ?tuarn r?. Governor Washington Bartlett, of Cali fornia, ia dead, Reports from tao ISgypHau eottou Heida aro mort! encouraging, uti to ship them us sccoud uud third c?as* passengers. Ncw.sonc's clrotis was destroyed by tire lusi uigbtat bkliuburgh, Scotland. Tho reported death of Stanley, Ibo ox ploror, is now positively denied. If 02,000,000 |K>rsoiis should > lasp bands tlu-y could reach aroutul itu.- gi? be. Terrille storms aro reported in Arizona, Many bridges have tuen wuslu <i away mid crops di st revett. A bicycle which will uavigute rivers and travel over rough natl smooth roads with facility, ls a late Kiiglish invent iou. Mexleau scientists clulm Hutt tho recent heavy rains in thal country atc due to the I mild big ol railroutls mid uso of steel rail!?. Osear F. Beckwith, thc Anstel Utz mur derer, hua been sentenced *e> bc hanged ( Ictober 11. The vote in thc Greenville municipal election is ...

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. — 28 September 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ?UOVKK CLEVELAND. A l'A LU WITH ONIJ Ol Til!; ntlM DI NT'S SCHOOLS A l r.s. Somo Interesting Incidents of Ills Child hood's Days-The Onallllc* Which HIM Since Distinguished Him Manifested lu III? youth. ?Prom u Washington [.oltor.) I had quito o pleasant conversation lost ovoning with oro of President Cleveland's old schoolmates, who ?H now occupyingaposition heroin one of tho Qovornmont departments. Tho old schoolmate of tito President's was horn ut Fayetteville, Nev ?ork? tho town that Mr. Cleveland visited somo weeks ugo. Ho told mo that Fayetteville isah au tiful villngo of somo 1,000 or 1,800 iu habitauts, lying in a romantic rogii u about soveu milos ei>si of Syracuse, and is noted among other things for UH pro duction of limo. The Cleve! util tinnily removed to that piuco itt tho year L810, when the Kev. Itiohiud Clovolund, ibo President's father, beemt...

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 September 1887

LAUK3.N8, Sept., Hi, J. C. Cl RLTXaUOXi EVITOIi. Babaorlpttoii I'rlce--1? Mont??. 61.00 PAY A1? T. 11 1N A L>V ANCE. KtttOd for .\dVOrthjlng. Ordinary A?.'. vortlioments, per square,' Otu? iuaor tlotl, $1.00: facti subsequent uuscr tton, 00 cents. Liberal roduotlon made tor large AU? yort Isetnents. Llko u v?ritable in ail tn un tho He rald has boon beating tho wind, ami , stumbling around in darkness, with Us mind tilled with groundless sus picions, hoping to lind some substi- . tut? for argument, Having been shown by unmistulcuMo evidence j thc purpose of ?ts editor in attemp? j ting to pass the Murray Hill, andi having nu argument, which it dared pot up against the charge, il uncor imoniously leaves the subject which brought it out. with the strange intimation that its /.md tor that measure was slight anvwny. Hui tiie want of argument and a ' failure to comprehend its own pet Tlill, did not slop the mouth of this : madman, lie jumps on to a coi trovorsy with another man which ...

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