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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 January 1888

jPjjg Advertiser j. c. GA RLIXG'IOiV, EDITOR. Subscription Prlcc--12 Months, $1.00 V.\ YARLE IN ADVANCE. Katoa for Advortlslug.--Ordhiary Ad v. i Isomont *, per kminro, ?me insoi - lion, ?1.00; onoh subsequent nisei ti<>n, 50 ...cuts. . ? Ll bo nil reduction nimio rou largo AU verlisouionls. _ LA U lt KN.S S. C., Jun. 1888. ON W A Hi>, UPW AKI>. The bulk or lr;.dc for tho season of '87 ls over, and now tho 11101' chant begin -1?> !<?"!v over his record. To those business men who have made uso of th > means which their experience, and tho exp?rience of nine-tenths <>i ali thc successful men have dictated, this has been n year of prosperity. It must bo admitted freely that tho cash trade at this place has been larger than over before. The peo ple had more money than usual, but thc chief reason was that our mer chants have been able to accommo date a larger percent, of tho Lau rens Coant ?' trade. Alter all, it is tho men who make a town. And, measured thus, ...

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 January 1888

5K A YEA In Advance ! OFFICIAL ORGAN -OFTHF TOWN AND COUNTY. SX TV \ ?anya ? Local & State News COMPLETEI_ - A LIVE PAPER IN A LIVE TOWN. #J0B#WORK^ _Executed Wit li Neatness and Disparet*. Our facilites are unMirpaaittd and eur price? defy competition. f IF YOU HAVE REAL ESTATE FOR SAL TBSP YOU HAVE IFtE^IL. ESTATE IF YOU WANT TO BUY APPLY TO The Laurens County J. M. Hampton, Manager. OR J. C. G ARLINGTON Jk iDozon. Reasons Why it I^etys ?to IDea.1 with this agenoy V Because they control nil thc real bargains In real c?late. 2 Bocauso you can gctjgood terms and titles. Because it is their business to'di^pose of property. % Because they take no'undeslrable property. ,8 Becausejf they dispose of property, thoir fees aro j? ode rute. jft Because if they do not, it will cost'you nothing. t4 Because prospective buyers look to this Agency for property. % Because they advertise extensively free of charge Beoauso they mean business. $6. Beeauso they have daily applications for property...

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. — 25 January 1888

Whe Advertiser. J_j O Q -A. IJ . . MIK W. II, BoyO is on a visit to Hunts ville Ala. Mrs M. IO. Atlanta is visiting hoi" daughter In Boauford s c. Three new stores ill one weet, is pretty good for Laurens. 'Provisions aro higher now than at tho Hame tim i last year. The I ll lill X ot population lo t du place was never grantor. One hundred li ?les of cotton were sold hereon Saturday. What has hocomo ot tho new school question? Head wo hopo. W. ll. irvine-, Rn(|., ol'Cl roon ville, was in town professionally last week. Potordarlington an old-tlnio ami raith ful nogrodomoorut,died last week. Mr J. J. Piusa, wont down to Augusta to represent us lu tho Savannah Valley Convention. .Indue Wallace will prc.ddo at tho up prottclilngTorin of Court beginning Pob mary the 20lh. A llmltod (pi anti ty ol' tobacco Heed will ha sent Iroo by addressing Thoa. Wi Holloway, Pouiaria, S. c. Miss Sallie Norton, tho accomplished daughter Ol J edge Norton, is visiting rotativos at Cross Hill. ?XOUrsion He...

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. — 25 January 1888

TUE IK JEWELS. The Diamond* Worn by Prominent New j York Politicians. Politicians who flourished in "Boss" Tweed's timo were considered small fry indeed if they put in an ttppcaranco on momentous stato occasions without diamond ornaments. Tito decoration that proved a citizen to bo a truo bino of tho Tammany tribe was tho Amoricus Club tiger, with eyes of flashing bril liants, but if tho golden tiger wore there it mado little ditl'eronco whothor his eyes wero diamonds, rubies, opals, or emeralds. Diamonds have always been in moro gonoral uso among Democratic states men than among Republicans, ami young aspirants for power and placo aro moro partial to them than tho old veterans. John Kelly never woro a diamond ornament, and in his lalo years Samuel J. Tilden decked his per son with no other jewels than plain ! pearl studs. When a young man ho woro diamonds in profusion of tho most beautiful and expensive types, but he always kept within tho Inuits of the severest toste. Abram S. Hew...

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. — 1 February 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. I.MVS Ol' TH K STATU Boute <>r tho Work <>r the ttccent session ol th? I,og lain) ure, An Aot in Relatiou lo Forfeited Lands, Delinquent Lands and Collection of Taxes, Section l. lin i: okaotod hy tho Sonata un.I Mouse of Representatives ol thc titulo of South Carolina, now mot and Bitting in General Assombly, and hy tho authority <>f Hu: same, That hereafter immediately upon tho expiration of the timo allowed by law for thopayi ?eui of taxes in any year, tho County Treasurer of oaoh County shall, aud is hereby au thorised and directed to issue m tho nanu> pf tho Steh; a warrant t?r execution in duplicate against encl) demiting tax payer iu his Comity, signed liv loin m ids ofiloial oapaoity, directed to tho Biter i il' of his County or his lawful deputy, requiring and commanding I.mi to levy tho . Vino by dibtreas and .sale of so much o 'he ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 February 1888

JOTjg Advertiser J. i '. OA K l< / ?V ( ?11 > ?Vi /; /> / V'O B. Subscription Prico--12 Months, SI.00 PA YA li 1,1". IX AS) VANCE. Untos lor Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vorttsomonts, por square, One Inser tion, $1.00: oaoh subsequent Inscr I ion. 50 (.outs. Liberal roOiuetlon made for largo Ad vertisements. LACHENS, S.e., Keb. 1,1888. DOWN ANO OC'?'. Mr. li. U. Tillman bas written a. letter, which, bul for ?is length, would certainly bc published in this paper, li is in thc main a re hash of former articles, spiced with such new denunciatory gall as tho author could lind. 'Hm great load er proposes to withdraw from com mand, but promise- to aid the forces in the rank while marching "ii to ?.Philippi." Asa citizen, we give Mr. 'i'iil mau praise, but not as loader of any great reform movement, As to many suggestions we think he hos been right, notably when ho says! "I desire to suv thal weean novor hopo for reform or a proper renn rd bo in jr paid I to om wlshos so long ns i\ ....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 February 1888

1 %e Advertiser. p-'- 1.- ?-g? LOCAL, B Kvorybody^is talking aljout tho weath er j Did you MOO tho luna eclipse on Sntur .Tho building for tito now foundry is ^>r<\m, M * in." Ikioly. E Tin? Roudoiln ls ?i favorito resort for jRroiMuicrcuii mon to spend Sunday, I "Miss Suslo" failed to put In an ap ?nearanco this week. Causo unknown. I Tho baptists, ol* thia pince ox poe I io ?erect a vory Hue Church ni MU curly day. I A now luidlo across tho Oroonvlllo ?Railroad, nonr tho Methodist Church, is being built. Mr. Joseph .lorry bas paid for Tun An .VKitTisuu further in advance than any .juan ibis year. t School Connuissiotior bullock has pur? phased Mr. Franks' resldonce in llrook .lyn and will Improve il. Tin-?dr in thick with rumors of leap year entertainments, ?iud young men Biro donning their '?est look:, to attract the fair projectors, [ Mr. \V, M. Boyd, who bas for sonn? 7 months hean Section Mnstor on the a.. Hi, ?fe. S. section nour town, has boen re moved to tho Spnrtaubu...

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

CRUISING ON Tilt: CONGAR?12. THIS 8TKAMBOAV I*.Xri llMON ?IVRN BV un coi.i vi til \ nov ito oi- in vin: Tho Blurt from (?rm.I.y A UU?T \o>f>-? ?" Flirty-1 'hrr* Milt*?, Hiowlnil Inrl-Cid Ka t-imir? lu?- Waler TraintuvrfUltin I li? liv?? Uadergo o furto.*?-A UoMin Futura Within Columbia'" Uraup lin? I? i<? iii?' (IIK'CII city of ?ti?' South. (Krom tho Columbia Daily Record.) CONOAUKB, S. C., Jan. 33 I vonluro tb'. Btulciuout, without fiar of successful cuiHrudicltnu, thal two tliinl- ol thu citi ?coi s ol Columbia ami th icc-fou ri ha of thc popu lui ion of Smith Carolina have no ade quate conception ol thu UnvigeroilS possi bilities nf lin Congtuec Uivi r. T< o niiiuy have long considered ii ill Iii) light hui thal o? a muddy, rock lK>ltouicd stream, inca pable of being put to practical use. Tho writer hus Inila rio ltclongcd lo (h< gri'lll lirilly of Igliorilllts, v\ h > have been ' unaware of tho grand opportunities for I he eily ol Col ii m l>iu lind Un I'...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 February 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. LMPUKSSJOKS OF SOl'TH AMKH1CA. .i. A TI.KASINO LETTISH KKOM AN IN TKLLIOKNT OlIHKUVKlt. The Country uno Hie l'?o|?lc-Interesting Fiiotfl Gathered on ? Journey. (Lottor to thc Bdgoltcld Olirontolo.) BTKAMBR SAN MARTIN, ON THU PARANA Iii YUH, September 8, 1887.- -Five days aK?? jost as your summer began to wane, ami our spring to set in, wo quitted Montevideo itt tho beautiful steamer "Farfalette," and sped GO miles across tho great bay which forms tho mouth of tho Kio do la Plata, to Unenos Ayres, tho immense and magnificent capital of tho Argentino Republic, of which inter* eating oity 1 will give you some account in or futuro lotter. Hero, after a night and day, we take a larger steamer, tho "Han Martin," bound for Assuuoiou, tho capital of Paraguay, 1,000 up tho river, in tho extreme heart of South America. First, as this mammoth river nears tho sea, it is call...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 February 1888

The Advertiser J. a GARLING TON, EDITOR. Bub.crlptlon Prlce--12 Months, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Kate? for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisement*, per HUH aro, Ono inser tion, $1.00; eaob subsoquent luaar tlon, 50 wonts. Liberal reduction nuuto for largo Ad vertisements. LAURENS, S.C., Feb. 8,1888. TUc Trial .lustire Must Go. Surely the time bas como when tlio people of this State can see the Trial Justice system as a most bur densome and inefficient institution. The legislature bas refused to give us relief, and unless the subject is agitated and discussed in the Slnto at large, we may expect to see fer years to come such appalling sums as are now published, taken from the County Treasury annually. Tho whole system of Trial Justices is wrong, and we have always ad vocated a clean sweep. No chango in the constitution is neoded, for thc legislature which created can also destroy. In the first place, it is wrong in principle ns well as per nicious in practice so far as this County is...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 February 1888

Wrie Advertiser. LOCAL. 'rilo Uazolto of Auguate im? geno. Once moro St. Valentino's Day conics ar.und. Judge. Sinioiitvu is now holding Court In Uroonvtlle. Air \V. At Martin, now occupies his commodious r?sidence in Brooklyn. Tho ladles of tho Methodist Church havo reorganized thu Parsonage Alt! So ciety. The Survivors' Association of Laurens will meet on the second Tuesday in Feb ruary, in tho Court House, at ll A. M . Marrlcdj hy Hov. I). A. Todd, Thurs day, February '2d, Miss Kona Howland anil N. D. Franks. Allot' this County. Bov. K. O. Ki ii rson will lecture at tho Presbyterian Church here on Friday OVOnlng, and at Clinton on Tuesday next. Several communications have been sont in this week without the n iuo- of the writer. All such must laud in tho waste haskel. About 700 taxpayers' naines app< * ' tho hooks tor this County, and th"'I urer is now ongagod ill arranging his . pois for levying un tho properly. Mall Agent, Jas. A. Clarity, od io Lau MOON and Newberry railroad...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 February 1888

INTERESTING TO FARMERS. 1M10KT.1NT Bf. K KT I NOS IX VIII OF AG Kier LT IK E. Tin? Ne? itoaru of Agrlculture-TUe SlHto Orange ami the State Agricultural Soi lo? ty--Hie Slut? University! Thu Board of Agriculture, a? reorgan ized ander tho recent Act of the Legis l?tate, c?ct iu Agricultural Huh, Colum bia, on Tuesday tho 31st ult. General Johnson Hagood was elected chairman, and Major Ii. A. l'an som seen tary. The law in relation to the Board and it.? duties was read, and was discussed at some length. A.ter a discussion of ibo work of the Department und thu methods I r carrying it [pto execution the following standing ? mn inti h es wer- app hiteil: (in Finance-D. I*. DUM an, Il L. 15 . John Lawton. Agricullund and Industrial Improve mem. Immigration, Publications mid Sta Mailes- ii. A hove. Ii V Craytou, D P. Dunc :ui I.a!.oi..;..-ry and li *-; . '! :. < f Firtilizors -W. A; Ancrum, if h huck, J. St? ney portlier. Farmers' Inatl otes undb'onvi ntl* ns-T. .t Moore, Jame.- McCutt...

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. — 15 February 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. MARRYING FOR MONEY. MAKION HAULAND ON M ATHI MONI AI, KOHTUNK UUNI'KltS. ?Irls Who Hiwo "Married W?U"~Th? Folly of Marrying Upon Nut li in:',ll ns ii MU? ! un A 11 n w u II i . ; from \\ i\< . i lu Hin of Marrying for it ? <n i. Homo things which aro dono by reputa ble pooplo aro aoki.owledgod by nobody. Whon Thaokoray, with bis character istic violation of conventional expedien cy, mado Ilenry Esmond say, with naivo seriousness, of Lady Caatloton, "She had boon listening at tho door," a howl of reprobation arose from critics of both sexes, professional and amateur. Ho had lowered tho object of bis adoration bolow tho avnrago of a common cham bermaid-or HO it wo? declared. When Mrs. Candor avers unblushingly, "My oyo oangbt a sentence in the open letter that aroused my curiosity, and 1 road tho wholo of it," her bosom friend, although delcctated by tho scan...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 February 1888

ffrie Advertiser ?.J? C. GA UL I Xi ? ? ( > -V, /; I) I TO Ii. Subsoviy'viou Prlco--l2 Montas, $1.00 PAY.? lil.!: IN ADV ANO Bb Un*.fi I-ir Ad vortlsIiifr.--Ordinnry Ad VortiMiMii ;:i , per s inure, One insor Won, ?!. ': each atiosoquent Inser tion. .'/> outs. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad* Vortlaoinei.'. LAURENS, S. C., l ob. 15, \$V8. Voting I? rom Policy* Oongrcnsmun Till itt an came about ns nour proving himself n st a tea* ntar. when ho voled to scut tho Ho? publican member White, because, such a coarse wa . "gi od policy and poli;;.-.- i ? .." ho di 1 iii discover lng thu! fa nou . con piracy on the bart ol' fourth class postmasters to rob thc government, when they asked foran Increase in salary, lu jt'ht s casu we full t<> seo that "good policy and p il I tics" can Justify t Lc act. Toe law say- that a man must lie naturalised before lie can serve this country, u i i ai Mr White fail ed utterly ? ?show that ho had tak en tlie . reliminury t-top of becom ing ...

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. — 15 February 1888

e Advertiser. O O -A. "Lt . irvivorsnro in sesvion today. ?s Agricultural ttyub, will meet at Church on Saturday, 18th inst. Lftrlcultural and Meobanlcal So ld rnthor n Biilall attondanoa lust to thc bad Wi nihor a small Utondori tho lecture on Friday i.C Fleming and bride returned lir wediting tour through Florida lay inst. ' t [bean suggested that Col. It. 0. MU enter the race tor the olnoo Itor, Cor thia circuit. ll Filis won two hats and a horse, on verdict of a jury in Abbeville last ric. Ile "gut there." la* 8 .rilloVorbet has returned from lUaniston Female Co il eire where she prepm ed bei sell' Cor leaching. jrclty Council v. ill accept tim propo 3Hp macademi/.o Main Htroct from Dopot to Co-ant's I?ivery-Stable. jiddling cotton in now bringing i>S to a thlu Market. A fe w stray bales their way hero every day. IO Anderson Intelli.reiicer think* ^Jos I8*s look Uko throe big fat Sd a dude by their sido, walking frect. litO a number ol new pupils have jmkrolled at the Female ...

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. — 15 February 1888

p In tho Osarle Region. " "I wish that 8OU10 of you follows who Uko to talk about tho sport you haye hunting hore tn tho cold east could just Eack up your traps about now and go ack with mo to a country that a chap can livo in with pleasure ami comfort while tho gales and snow and frost of this Atlantic climato aro getting their work m to tho host kimi of Advantage ?aid "Chip" Macguiro, of Spriugttold, Mo., at tho Morion House tho other night. "(lamo is always plonty in southern Missouri," said ho, "hut this year it scorns to have outdone itself in nbundaneo. I carno over tho old Kan sas City, Fort Scott and (hilf Ualltoad last week, ami although that was carly in tho season for tho birds to he making thomsclvos conspicuous, I'll bet that 1 counted a hundred Hocks of wild tur koys. and there wasn't a Hock out of which I couldn't have shot one or moro of tho splendid birds from my window in tho car. Tho railroad in one place runs on trestles over a swamp for several milos, and in tho...

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. — 15 February 1888

A YEAR, In Acl/v^noe ! OFFICIAI, OHO AN -OK TM F-. TOWN AND COUNTY. to Tlxe Laurens ADVERTI Local & State News COMPLETE '. ? LIVE PArfMt IX A LIVE TOWN. Executed Y. ; I ii a lt fl I >i spat rh. Om* fnollitos co.unsni'pnKitoU and oui' i pide) .?(h fy i ouijpoliliou. L' ACTORS, GINGERS, MUSICIANS. Stuart Robson says that he does not belang to a church. Boucicfiult's new play, "Cusida Machree," is based on an old novel. Illunie Maddern is rehearsing a new play hy Steele Mn kaye, called ?' Inlluito." It is sind lint McKee Rankin'.! anibitiou to play " Mu -beth has boon fully bated. ! M .ti" P. Mayo is soon to produce ., IIO'.T play by u Detroit UOWspapor mun, wiihOl^e Verne us bis leading lady. Mr. John Maokaye, h is now definitely do oidod, will sturt out upon his travels st thu head of his owu company Jun. 'M. Kinma Novada was singing in Florene* nt last accounts. She govs thence to Rusais, and will sing In Cngland again next year. The May Fisk variety company HIM re vantly rob...

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. — 15 February 1888

Annual Report -OP THE COUNTY TREASURER -OP LAURCMS CO , S C OF MONEY PAID FROM NO VEMBER UT, 18*8, TO NO VEMBER UT, U?7. To Hie Honor the Fretiding Judge of (the Court of Oenerul Seaton* for Lauren* County, Feb Term, J88S SCHOOL DMTBIOT, NO. 1. Na. i Frank Evans* 180.00 v <* ? 80.00 $ " " 80.00 4 '? .? 30.00 1 Hattie K. Pope, 80.00 5 ? ?. * 30,00 SJ au u :j?.oo 4 vt t> t? 80.00 1 Janie Bryson, 30.00 ? M a 80.00 g ti " 30.00 4 ?. t* 80.00 1 lt. F. BUkeley, 20 00 1 J. S. Hunter, 14.00 5 " 44 14.n0 * " 44 14.00 I Alice K. Perry. 80.00 0 ? u ? 30.00 4 ? ? ? 30.00 1 A. P. Butler, 30.00 a ? t? 30.00 1 P. 8. Little, 30.00 i " t. 30.00 a ? " 30.00 1 NV. C. Fleming. 80.00 y, ? ?0.00 g ? ? 30.00 I J. N. Simpson, 15.00 *> " >. 10.00 ' 8 ? f 15.uu 1 Janie Chalmers, 30.00 j 5 M M 80.00 S 8 " 30.00 4 ? H 30.00 1 Joele Cunningham, l?.iJ't 2 *? M 16.00 9 44 i4 10.00 i Lula Thompson, 30.00 g 44 44 80.00 a ?* ?. :to.OO 4 41 4- 80.00 1 Kate Lark, 30.00 ! 2 44 44 80.00 1 lela Holmes, 30.00 ...

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. — 22 February 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TIMIDLY TOriCS FOR FARMERS. How io DO PAYING WOKK AT Tills SK (ISON. Suggoatloits of Intorout, from nu Aulhorl I ?tl i v?u Sou roo. (W. L. Jones in Southern cultivator) Thia in tho beginning ot thc busy work of preparing bur tho noxt crop, Tho farm now demands nil thc onoigios (o' tho funner who would lay a broad foun dalion for A PUCCCSS?ul your's work. lt is impossiblo to forosoo what will bo tho character of tho seasons in tho future. We know that it. will be either "wet" or "dry," or "seasonable." it is well to provide against either extremo as far us practicable. Only ordinary ?kill and judgment OU the part of tho farmer arc required to make a reasonably fair crop in a fairly seasonable year. Hut it docs require a high degree of skill, and a judgment that is based on experience and study to discount, in advance, tho drawbacks and casualties tl mt arc possi b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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