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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 December 1887

^he Advertiser, XJ O O >A. J_J . Mrs. Geo. F. Young is visiting is town. Trial Justice- Hunt will move over in Jorsoy tiiia wecjc. ? Tournament nt Crows Anchor is booked for 27th inst. Mr. W. A. Jamieson is moving into his recently pnrohasod place on Main Stroot. r>r. B. E. Martin,? J. Wuss nnd J. H. Cooper declined nomination? on tim mu nicipal tickets. ? Mr. Jockey Saxon, son ol* Dr. C. A. Saxon, ls clerking for Messrs. Trnytthaiu A Dial. Presidents Smythe, of Pci/.cr Factory, and Hammett, of Piedmont, woro in town last week. A Masquerade Ball at Woodruff, on tko evening of 27th inst., will l>o enjoyed by tho young people. Hov. T. E. Morris, the pastor of tho Methodist Church assigned lo this place, han arrived and entered upon Iiis work. Tho trade of jiaUroiis|dnrlng the past week baa been unusually hoary, and oar merchants aro wearing beaming counto nanees. Don't forget the mooting of tho Execu tlvo Commlttoo of tho D.C. A. A M. so ciety on Salo Day. Business of impor t...

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. — 21 December 1887

A BINOLE I88VJS. CongreaaMuat Moel rh? Demand for Tarin Reform-Dilemma ?1 Kepi?bllcans?Jt>reie blent Cleveland'* Meaaage Make? Action I mpftrittlvf. (Letter to tlie N'en ?*uvk Ucrtikl.) WASHINOTON, Deoombor ll. There ie ii growing belief among leading Demo ! erat? tbat Mr. Carlisle would do well for ; tho party's barm OU io UH notion on tho re duction of the surplus it' he should make Mr. Randall chairman ot the Ways aud Means Committee. The suggestion has boon made to Mr. Carlisle by a promi neut Western Democrat, whoso belief is that this selection would have tho hap piest effect in leading tho two w ings of thc ptirty to "Hop together." The sug gest! ni docs not please the Llopubliouui at all. They have a lively hope that the ; Denioorats will disagree in this Congress, as they did, through the folly ot Mr. j M on ison, in the lust. Those Democrats who think it would bo good po'icy for Mr. Carlisle to ask Mr. Hammil to be chairman of tho Ways and Means, do not, however, muoh e...

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 December 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE .LAST OF THE LEGISLATURE. THU OUNEUAL ASKKMHLY WINDS l l' ITS m-siscs* trott THU SKSSION. Au Mourut Mouth'* Work-The Cream ?>f What Wi?? Doue During the r.?at Werk? l.eyUlatur* Leave for Home. COIAMMA, Deoembox 2i.-Bulb houses of tho General Assembly accomplished s lirgo amount of solid work during this, tho last week of tho seosio .. While tho fate of most of the big measures bsd been dotoriuined In fore, tho events of t ho past week huvo not been devoid of in terest. A resume of tlio proceedings is | given below. COMPTROIiliBR'aBNBRAL. Tho election for Comptroller-General resulted as follows: Ou the lirat buhot tho vote shed: Vernor 52, Coit 43, Thomas 38, Withers 23: and thero was no election. The second ballot resulted: Vernor oO, Ooit 40, Thomas 83, Withers 20. The name of Mr. Withers was then with drawn. Third ballot; Vurner 7?, Ooit 41, Thomas 37. T...

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 December 1887

JFhe Advertiser^ BUM T l I i .#* - .--"--?. j. c. (? .i nuxG'tox* vu iron. Bttbaorlptlou Price-13 Montbri, Q1.Q0 PA VAM, li IN A l'A'A NOE. littles for Advert? ?- .. vortlHcun -i.s. p ir luuroj tau'.";,'. lion, ?H.Wi ouch KuU?oqut?nl hi-.< . Ll boni I reduction innde for '?" P< .* . vorttaoiuontH. . r 0:11 T, A rw^x-v Doe. Sw ; >?>:??-. \'otOB. Thc moat r-. -ihii ? '. ?crver o?' inn . lng events w ?io has watched tho coura? ol' Hie [jrinuuien, could scarcely lull h> note thc mph! iii* ere:?- . i ' ih-.i IMI li' ?'? Votes. Whil . : - systcin for in cv i: ? Con noni i?. lt ci ' for : .? tin ? ern. n ir 'i-? U ' ?incid? >M> . .I' : hiit iii Hie bil' l! llO'> lin uro i ine ii. .i vol :-.rc in ft ] ?or mid o r t ; ; e c such ur>. '.. " may Ive ue| ti non. But ii ce el h nu titi tup ? : .....'.:!:?' roi- . Unit nun v other . in.?-, th fn i '. mci . ?. chi'? '* the | cl?.ic j lhwilvled? !.' ir . lie.? inst cim. i . ?"ai < poscii id foi .sf diing inc prluuii.v ...

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 December 1887

Wie Advertiser. LOCAL, Lid you notice that last Wodnoeday wnFtiiO shpi'lest day tn tho your? Little Johnuio Murphy, who wasinen Honed last week rcj haying boon acciden tally shotj died on Monday night. Pour Railroad Ttolcots to Toxoa for Malo nt one-third their valuo. Good for thirty day?. Apply at this Oftleo. It In safe to say tint sinco tho croati?n of tho world, no week has witnessed Btioh a trade ns han hoon carri? d on hore during'tho six lay.? precoding Saturday Inst. Mrs. lt eh te *s Burgos?, ono of t ho moat Successful poultry ralsora in tho County, has presented duo of her finest Bpool Rionsto Tim AnvKtiTiKKit. for tho fu ture our "crowing" 1? UK cu ed. <)u Friday night laut Mr. J. li. Kon tiert y li>."t about su bushels of cotton Rood from Ids gin house. Next morning ho traced the track of the wagon and ran Upon Hi IO) Byrd and Laurena Jackson tn the act of unloading at Park?' Cross ing. Aa Mr. Kennedy approached the Wagon, Jackson Hod, bul Byrd, who wn:i in charge ...

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 December 1887

At Work. ..firme an1 chisel nn* bnmmerl gayly they flash In the sun! An' som<?boay's wottin to weloomo mo homo when my work ts don?. Somebody's hands w e worklu' for bread for tho Dabei to eat, Somebody's eyes aro lookln' for mo eomln up the street. Plane an' chisel an' hammer I gnyly they flash in tho sun?" That's how 1 usod lo sing nt my work; but that song's done. Here 'n tho lonely workshop 1 oblsel nn ham mer an' plane, . , Not wi' tho old good heart-1 shall novor tm that ngaln. Thoro'B nobody walting at homo for me; tuo cottage is nil so lone, . An' tho babes-God bless 'em-lt breaks my heart to hour 'em moan. There's nobody nt tho window lookln out up tho vlllnKO streol. An' work do seem so hnrd now! she used to lanko lt sweet. An" the neighbors, kind hearts! they ooma an stop nt tho workshop door. And pilles nu'talks nu' tnlks-they mean all well for sure. Calmer A bit maybe I'll tfrow; but there'll still bo tho placo The empty placa in my henri, 'splto o' tho oheerlesi tao...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 January 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. NIE WORK or TUE SESSION. OVKlt ?100 NEW LAWS AUDUD Ti? THU STATUT IS HOOKS. Wind tim Cmiflral AtlftOlubly r\COOIII|?ll(tllC?l lu a Monaloo of Twonty?slx Working Days. Act to repeal an Act to establish two sohool districts in ('boater county. Act to authorize the town council of Forreston to borrow money to build un academy. Act to amend an Act to limit thc num ber of trial jiu.ticea in curtain counties, so far as rotates to tho counties of F.dgo flold and Charleston. Act to ratify and con brm a cor tain contract made by the county commis sioners of Chester county, relating to unfinished records in tho Clerk's oiliee. Act to validate und confirm thc con solidation of the Augusta, ridgefield ami Nowberry Railroad with tho Atlantic and Northwestern Railroad. Aot to amend Section l i l, of l'art 2, Title IV., of tho Code of Procedure, re lating to tile place of trial...

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 January 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ME WORK Ol' THE SESSION. OVKK -ir.O NKW LAWS AODBI) TO TIIK ? STATUT? BOOKS. Willi) til? I .<. . .il A>ii'iiilily Aceom al tailed lu H Botal?n of Twenty-six Working Hays. Act to repeal an Act to establish two Babool districts in Chester county. Act to authorize thc town council of Forreston to borrow money to build un academy. Act to aroood an Act to limit tho num ber of trial justices in certain counties, so far as relates to the counties of Edgo ?old and Charleston. Act to ratify and confirm a certain contract made by the county commis sioners of Cluster county, relating to unfinished records in the Clerk's oflleo. Act to validate and confirm the con solidation of the Augusto, ridgefield and Newberry Railroad with tho Atlantic and Nor th western Kail road. Act to amend Section 1 l l, of I'urt li, Titlo IV., of tho ('ode of Procedure, re lating to tho plac...

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 January 1888

Ahe Advertiser ./. <\ (JA it i* t su? o v? K turo it. Subscription PriOO"ia ??io:it!i i, $1.00 PA YA KLL IN AOVA NCR. Kates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vert Isc'uicuts, por square. Ono user lion. $1.00; each subsequent Insor I inn. '.<> vent Liberal reduction tumlo mr largo xii v*?riis?ouonts. LA rHKNS, S. < '., Jan. I, !ss' l l.lii.o NY lishe -.! \ ..' v lili*, says lion ; Write n Xmas. A hlilllury vo|npan.> al Wuodritu waa Ho ini'iiut ions as lu euler hilo euir.pot I lion willi il isuiipany "I ^iiis. toni 'i with broiiuisiIrks, I vpn ide an alni I 'i i.;, i rsi b* ps i o s \ ?.. with euell nilli i in pin Isl un liaolel Muli ?UL'. Ho wusa horn ieiuler nf mon, and bia power caine fruin Ihelnh rmi ? ir ru a I ? noss ol' Iiis -'.ul. The Low liilosx |||e I </'.' ./?.?. J i- n m w i-aiulhhile lor pult'oiutgi wlth'h ll? m xi foi\ days will draw om. T' ? Press ?un? Kannm' vii! prlnl lin- paper and Messrv Knker A Marl In w III M iheedb Kvery papei brings i he sad nowa ol...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 January 1888

W\\B Advertiser. XJ O O -A. IJ Commlsslonoi ? Hu I lock has moved to I Mr Frank'? house <?n tin- "Brooklyn'' Bide. I Maj. N. s. Harris lias mov*d to ibo r<s (lenee Oil Main Ht reel opposite Mrs Babb's. Heal estate owners Who desire to tuakfl Change, blum ld not fail lu see .1. M. ll a i up ton. Manager. Dr. I*. H. I ' ni nor luis returned and will bo found at his oflleo at all hourn from s in-rlse to sun-set. The laturens County Heal Estate Agon ey has recently liegotlnlod sonn? valua ble pur? bases. A pleasant ontortalnmenl was gt von ' at Col Hall's eloganl mansion, on Thura- j day evening, foi' ile? young people. Laws of general importance paused by tho legislature, w ill lie gi\ en to our rea- i dors from time to tina . The lust batch j appears to-day. Charlie Meokin. of thia County, who was arraigned by the U. H. authorities j fer illicit retailing of spirituous liquors, | has been released ut Green\ (He on bond. Civil service examin?t ions a ill bo held , In Columbia on ...

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. — 4 January 1888

A Ititi Ll li KL SUIT. An Action f??i Tv" Tliouaaud Dollars I>HIIIHK?>? tor Alleged Uefamatlou . >! diameter. Tho papers bavo already stated thal (?eu. iii ward .Met: nuly, Jr., ot' Charles ton, bas sued Dr. T. O. Robertson, of Colainbia, tor ten thousand doll irs dam ages, for Libel. T*n doouuient on which the ?nit is founded is tho following 1 ttor written by Dr. Rober BOU t > tien. Mc Crady: "I have freely stated to purtles iu Co lumbia and elsewhere that in tin ci minot of tho suit of .Mary P. McCrady vs. Allen Jones et al. you bavo beou guilty of falsehood, treachery and scoundrel ism, ami aa 1 dosiro to say nothing be hind your hack that i would not say lo your face, 1 write this that*you may know exactly what J. have said, "You have sworn falsely under oath when, at Chester, on 2d ot August last, you testified you ind paid ?000 tor cer tain judgments. "You uttered a falsohood when, in your argument before Judgo Wallace on Wednesday last, you said you had been enti...

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 January 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. UNI Mili rm; cz Airs mir. HOW THU PEASANTS Ol-' lt USS 1 v AUK Kl?r r I N sr n.i uorioN. 1.ii Hom ? .ii ?Mit > ..Tltolr Llon\ps, Tilling tim Soil. llm-voMtliig Sceueg--An I ul o rom lug I.ft ter on I lu? Customs ol a lleillUI'k able Nation. (P. 8. Heath in Now Vork Mail Rial Kxnrens.) Kr. PETKltsm'KO, December 28. Peasant life life in Russia presents an .interesting study. In Hie rural putt ion of the country is found quito three fourths of the enliro population, Sh Petersburg and Moscow lieing tho priu cipal cities, aud therefore tin- bono aud sinew is with this olasa uf poople. Only about 5 per cent, of thc pea inls cnn read and write, mid lew have the ordi nary instincts of man and woman. They aro superstitious, ignorant und stupid. Put thin is not a wonder, Tin y have [ been a free people scarcely loilgor than j the blacks of Am?rica, it being during thc t...

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 January 1888

v'he Advert? ./. C. .: UL ix BtiMorlpthui Moo- . ?' ' PA VA UL r. in .1 Kino** '?r V. v ?. . . : ". a * * ">* a^r.. *. nao llb? ?; .. ' u ?I v?i:."t-' inti J A! .\ 1 .?BPH? " . THXrtR M i. . .. ." Il IS Mi pftp*1 ? provides . ' '1 ? nil thc cv!d; ?ice : agree nf h n v . h-Ave hen ri brit . Ci?9t GhOStOV il . I>?injr th * wo, >' J*d(f?r*.?.i.l ; p-o***; ?ftl ? v ftftcto in tlv3 ted. be . rived . ?" v-?, fl : - ? . Wife I .t '. : v ' vb? - * ? W.t.' WI vvVi > peace, v. t . (n. CA: death. . i mea ? . Vi - ral-.'; ti? ? . ? Itoed >--. >* Th?4 s .t .. , . ?hei, , f ... tb.o .*''*-'..?> ls tb?: ; RM? .. h of r- Pr till c. M. b-3 ] cn ibo lifo of <. : . ero it: ft I .* .?. - prob it til? tho stn mc. .onipli i .ct Ibo rca lo. ! the pa . I AH i ill lil? : . nuil : his IV . . . : l<) bolt . :.. :'; . WOllb.'. : boo! ;-. . Will !{i lit, i by . . th . lau . Tiiereo*ii bi; ... If tl: : '? . li? tba pub?i o? ?%(.: ivan ? U liberate . J xviii that oven which v tu I; 1 ?....

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 January 1888

Pie Advertiser. L O O A I.) ? Mr. Johti Brooks i-? now dorking for J, 0. C. l< leming & Co. NV? C. P? Rbborlson sturts out ?rn Iii : oivu account with ii full lino <>!' family tlrOCt rio;. BlICCOSS t : Ililli. Col. .!. Triiynluun luis purohusod two valuable town lots from Mr. T. I\ Simpson on (!|l(|liolt< Ht root. Tho County Aitdih . i . i i.v. hus,ly un gagod tn Inking In roturns. Tin? tinto will ox piro on tho JMili of noxl month. Tho Inl'.t.u* ol'tim llekot which il row tho capital prise ai WRIt^os* last wool? proved i ?ho Mr. O. C. Cox, ot lian ford. Ono m.ne rai I ron I ticket IVoiu Atlanta lo Clobttrn, To.Mts, good un1.!! .lao. 18th, .fornalo ut u great discount. Apply a! thU Oil) te. Clinton's now rood is hoing const ruelod ns mst a? a rill foreooan do thy work. We congral ululo tho citizens of i Iii-? Imsy little oontro. Hither (ion. Urooly or lim lei, graph company h two " ?worn olf" in thc mai tor of weather predluthno;, art Ito Hug has boon hoisted this -,...

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 January 1888

? Plot uro. Youthful nn.i hasty ?nd foolish, bul Ita m . Slio wu* II lone awl --" Wltchlllgly pretty : fl I O?I I'll/. I oyos itiul :i rotrousaii "? . Cheeks lik<' ili<* leavi ?of a deep-bliisldnn von*, I.I|I8 Hiat 1 IllOllgbl IIIir-tit bli l-lliUiUIMg j willy. Youthful aad hasty Anti foolish, bul thai VmiiiKsiiTH fall backward when wisdom I? va ucea! Snell n SUM 11 mask with goniC lUao-? 0 work, Snell ll WOO cliln ivlioro Ibo d?iuplcg IVOII'll link, Suob roguish sm I loa nial such kittenish glances! youthful anti hasty nial foolish, bul Han. Poiiiuiu's disciples BOO mu ny ? tl?! facesi Will we iw>> mool iii Iho MUIH? way ii?iinii Youthful mi.i hasty a isl foolish, bul mon {Sile UNIS a QIIOOII in ;i na ao l of noes. - Ile Will S . n v, 111 Tho .in ... Mi'. .Sweeney's Cal. Robert Ormsby Swccuoy is a druggist of St. Paul; anti though a rcoi nt chrono- j logical record rovonls the fact that ho ?a a direct doHCOildnnt ol :i sut'c-cnoilgh ' king, and though there is mighty go...

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 January 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. HIB ?'AKAI BK'S WKW Y KA li. HOW TO MAKI4 A GOOD IlKOINNING IN KAUM WO UK. A i im.i-, A rt I ele fruin un Authoritative 8ourco--A Glance ?t the Past, wltlt Sound SiiRgontloim for tito Future. (From tho Southern Cultivator I Notwithstanding fuilurcs and ditmp pointmonts of tho year just dosed, and iu viow of tho promises that "seed timo and harvoet, and cold and heat, and summor and winter, and night, shall not censo" lot every one apply himself with now hope, redoubled energy and un flagging zeal to tho duties of tho New Year-18881 RBVIBW OP TUR PAST, Now Yoara' ia tho traditional timo fur making now resolutions, li is a cou voniont timo to "turn over a new leaf," as it is commonly oxpressed. In order to determino wisely and clearly his plans and purposes for tho year just entered, each farmer should look huck on the past year and compuro tho resulto of his twelv...

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 January 1888

The Advertiser J. C. QA RL/rfG 'I ON, ??DITOJt. Bubusiiptiou PriOO--ia Mont!:.T, $1.00 PAYADLE 1* ADVANCE. Kates for Advertising. Ordinary ld vortisernonts, por square, One Inser tion, each subsequent Inser tion, "in couta. Liberal reduction iu:;.!y :^r largo Au Tertlsowonts. LAUBENS, S. C., Jun. IS, I8? COI.. THOM AS KESIO.NS. Tho retirement of Col. J. P. Thomas from the * dllorial manage neut of th? Columbia itogisl r, i a maller of sincere i< , > . lo those who have been readers ol that pa per for tho pa-it few months. ' In a tow welt chosiii werris Col. Thomas gives tho reasons bu his resignation,aud Mr. Calve, th ; ro prlotor, In tm equally frank und manly card, ivisenbi to ; bom. Ott this subject we agree In Hie main, with tho Pro - an : li timor. Ofoourso tho pt,;.?ie haw nothing todo wiih the question tts to who shall edit (ho Kegb ter. That i- h matter for Mr Calv..; bi t in our Judgment, Ibo resignation ol' Cal. Thomas comes from a iiiiseu?iic>>p tlon bf the du...

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 January 1888

JF?ie Advertiser. L O O .A. IJ . Mr. Calhoun of Ninety-Six, is visiting at Mr F. P. McGowan'*!. Mr* Mills, of North Carolina, ls visit ing he: nioth?r, Mrs Purgeas. Mis? noaa Pouche, is toaohlng sohool .t Rooky Springs In thia county. Mr. B. A. Sullivan will movo with his family to this placo In a few days Uy reason of abut om < ntu of poll lax, tho . o.bllo Schoo, ('und? will probably fall short. Mr. John Greer ai . fninlly huve mov .d into Dr McCoy's .i.aidenco on Main Wtrcot, and will kee ?a >x>arding house. From present Indlcallons we oro loll to bol lo ve thut a colton /uetory ut Wares Shoals will makn the Orst Laurens County cloth. ? ' Marriod on Wodnesday evening 11th inst, Mr P, A. Simpson and Miss Loula J. Frlerson, Hov lt. O, Fr 1er SOU, luther of th? bride, olllciating. Mr O W Parketon hus just coinploted . model of his colabrnted "(hate Uurs," which ho will forward to tho Patent Ollloo at Washington, in nfow days. Inquirios about pensions uro pouring Into tho Co...

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 January 1888

THE UUAUU OF AQftlOULTf RM. Attorney (arurrnl Barle'? Opinion on Ihr Organ? laatlon l ndt-r ihf Itecenl Act ot Hie I^BI-IR turo. EXBCUTIVU Cit AM UKI?, Jan. lOlh, '88. lion. Jos. ll. Hark, Attorney General: Sui: Grave doubts being entertained by some <>f the Departments of the State Gov eminent as to Hie legality of the election of tho new Hoard of Agriculture at the recout session of tho Get oral Assembly, I beg leuve to submit for your consideration thc following question: Do the persons who have been elected by the General Assembly under and hy virtue of au Act entitled "An Act to create a De partment of Agriculture,'' etc.. approved December 33, 1^*7, now constitute the Hoard of Agriculture? Very respectfully, J. P. RtCIIAHOSON, Governor. TDK ATTOttNEY-OENEUAli'S UKl'i v. CoMtMiitA, s. i'., January lu, isss. lion. John Peter Uichardson, Governor, Columbia, S. (. DP.Ai< Sut: I have the homu* to acknowl edge tho receipt of your communication of this date. You submit for 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. — 25 January 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. IHK LAW AM) TUE LYNCHERS. A DISPASSIONATE DISCUSSION OF A lilli M I 1,1 SU DJ Jil T. Tin? Opinion ??r ti CmiflervutIve Carolina loiiriml-Tho Case OouiddcrrO in Dur?r ent A?|ioota. (ttd (loria) lu (ho Ivoowoo Courier ) Tho opinions of tho press, in di llb rout purls c>f tho State, i n this startling occur iciire. (lifter widely, lt is generally con ceded that tho act io tho natural result ol a proponent established by tho whites in Uko oases of offence As a couse* ?pionco nonie condemn tl io ucl aud all acts of lyuohing in tho austrat t. < H horn, winking at such summary vohgoauco, when prompted by a jan e and high pur poHo to protect virtu .us women from violence worse than dcatli, favor a thorough investigation in this ease aa to whether this act was the outcome < [ un outraged sont knout or tho offspring ol prejudice and imitation. Ollie's take tim bol...

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