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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 February 1888

The Adverfer__ J. C. GARLING 'I ON* EDITOR. subscription Prtco--12 Months, si.00 PAYABLE IN ADV ANC Ki Kalos for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vortisomoiil?, per sd intro, ' -no inser tion, ll.OOi OttOh subs?quent inser tion, Moonta. Liberal roduotlon iniulo tor largo Au Tortisouionts. LAUKENS, S. C., Feb. 22, 1 ?8. ls Mr. Dur?un In Dancer? Thorc is not much reason lo lear ? that tho Blair bill will ever licomo law. Sufficient obstacles obstruct its pathway to save U3. Hut it ?3 fun iy to hoar tho Nows & Courier thronten iug Congressman Dargan for opposing tlic bill. "AU tho indications are" says the N. &. C., "with very low ex ceptions, that tho people of South Carolina ai a whole are in favor of tho ; Blair bill becoming law, and, if this ia a fact, then tho Congressman who votes against, tho measure, will go contrary to tho sen tim !iit3 of his con stituents." Under such a condition of affairs, it is reasonable to expect an explosion. But the first quostion to consider is, U 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. — 22 February 1888

^he Advertiser". LOCAL. rVho political cauldron is KOW ftdrty bolling in thia County? Tho It OHO OHboruo Company lina boon litrundod at Orangoburo;. Miss Ida Howley, ol'Andi non, is on a visit to bot' brothel1 ut this ii iee. Hw. and Mrs li O. FriorHon ?elton Saturday lor a visit to Anderson, H. C. Mrs? A. W. Anderson IH upending a low clays in ?.'loenville visiting hoi' parouts. We learn that Prof. Frank Hyalin COU tomphttes building a resilience lu a abort while. ('ol. J. Wash. Walls has boen ro ap? pointed Supervisor ol' Hoglstrutlon fer i his County. Mm. J. ll. Howley baa rolurnod from a visit io frionds and relatives near Nlnmy Six. Bpartanburg, Oroenvillo mid Charles ton oro still quarrelling over the sum iller Military Ki.campaient. Marriott, on Tuesday last, Mr. lt. \V Andorson of Spring Cl rove, ami Mi* Fan II lo Floyd, ol Prosperity, S. C. Rev. stewart, a missionary to China, stopped over in I,uni ons lor a few days whl lo on his way to Augusta last wcok. Tun Anvan't'iSKit...

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. — 22 February 1888

THE WONDER BALL. SM Ingenious Mwnin-r of Milking Ctiris* Bias Olfta COOtlon? Their Interest. A? tho season for gift making draws near ingenuity in that direction will no doubt bring forth a host of novelties which tho eager feminine mind will bc quick to grasp. One called the "wonder ball" ls already rolling on its way. Tall is of German origin, as the motivo con nected with it will show, for, as a peo ple, tho Germans, more than any other, bivcst tho common alTairs of life with aa atmosphere of sentiment. The wonder hall is a form of gift many gifts in one. The friends of tho ono who is to receive it nre in amiable cahoots together, and hy their united ef forts it is produced. An amount of bright wool is bought, say enough for a shoulder shawl, or even for nu afghan. The gifts, which should beef small bulk, are wrapped in paper, with the giver's name, a note, or any other personal re membrance affixed, and then thc yarn is wound about until il is covered, when another is added and ...

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. — 29 February 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. lile) IIUINUK ? trlAKljJi. AN ABLE EXPOSITION OF THE DUTIES OF GRAND JURORS. The Advice niul Suggestions Ol' Judge Wlliluin If. Wallace nt ?he Feb?1 ti tivy Terni tSBH, nt 1,aureus, S. <'. lloportod Expressly foe The Advcs* tlHcr by Slenogrnltor haw. Mr. Foreman and Gentlemen: It luis long hoon the custom in this State, ns it was tho custom in timi country from which wi; derivo tho usage of our courts of justice, for presiding judges in our Courts of General Sessions while instructing tho (Jrand Jury ns lo tho peculiar Hature of their duties in connection with thc Court, to address thc pub lic through tho (?rand Jury upon topics connected with tho public administration and with tho means of tiio promotion of tho general Welfare. This was not required ns an ofllcial duty; but tho custom and tho object extenuate tho prac tico. This morning, however, I do not fee...

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. — 29 February 1888

iFne Advertiser J, C. GAULIXG'ION, EDITOR. %.-L-S.-1-UL ?ttbgorlptlon Prlco--12 Montha, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Kate? tor Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, por ?(piare, Ono inser tion, $1.00; caeli subsequent inser tion, 60 couts. Llboral reduction made for largo Au vertiHOinonts. LAURENS, S. C., Feb. l>9,1888. Put Convicts On Thc Highways. Wo notice specially one suggestion of the Grand Jury, mads in their pre sentment which is published elsewhere. It is not anew suggestion, for every legislature for several years has been asked to make provision by which thc counties can utilize tho convicts on tho public-highways. In accordance with the demand, the legislature passed an Act, which was ostensibly for thc purpose of utilizing thc convicts sont to thc County jails, but the Act was so fatally defective as to bc altogether inoperative. But, apart from this dcfeolivo legislation, when the matter wa? brought to thc attention of tho General Assembly lust year, many of tho membe...

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. — 29 February 1888

fe Advertiser, LOCAL, Tno jourpillla ?ow bloomed. Rend "? Word Ppr Limrofis''ou nur ?lrst pngc. Groonvlll? Is-ptoaceuiiiiK Ramblers, proparnt?ry for "Cala Wcok." Tho salo of mulos? ut Ibis place lias boon unprecedented i ibis soasen. Tho Greenville NOWH will appear in its reorganized and onlargod form on ibo 1st of Marci). W J Stitn.tor, Ibo Phntogruphor will bo in Laurens ono week lon?or, all wan tin}; Photographs cali atonco, L. M. Pro&sloy, o?' tho Penitentiary Guard loree, too!; Hu sis prlsont rs from thia place, on Thursday la d. Ror. K. (). Grierson, wdll deliver his ascend Iseturn al tho Presbyterian Church t An (Tuesday) evening af 7:30 o'clock. His subj oct lids bvoiiing ia ..Tho Cevonanters" Thor? will ho a grand froo exhibition of lasso throwing and horsemanship by expert cow hoy s just before Ibo oom MIC ti moncemont of Mccafferty Ibo's, auction salo of horses at Laurens, Monday mor ning', Candidatos to succeed Maj. Duean as Eellc'.tor, to dato arc: Laurens, N. J. Ho...

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. — 29 February 1888

CURRENT NEWS NOTES. Fact? and ram ies Gathered From Various Quarters. Bismarck submitted on Thursday :? Regency to tho Gorman Rmporor. Whon von nco a red-nosod politician uso yum-*?-ye s ami you will soo a dark horse. Tiie Passenger Agents' Association has granted half rates to prospectors coinini Soulh. Pros'ulont Cleveland b:.s decided lo stop over om? h?a:r In Charleston on his re turn trip. Mr. Jesse M. Smith has opened n brewery in Anderson for making non Intoxlcaut drink. Work on the now cotton milla at Plod- : mont, in Greenville County, aro to hoi comme need at once. Wc learn that dlr! has hoot? broken bo? tween CrcenvibV and Knoxville on the c., W. vt ll. Railroad. Tho people of Augusta, Ga., aro mar veling :?t two black oggs, said to have Peen laid hy Jacob Walton's duck. A vorv severe omi h. pinko has ocourrod in tho Province ol Vunnanu, China. Twenty-throo lives are reportod lost. Gen. Sborman will not bo a candidato for tho Presuloncy, and states tlmt he is a military u...

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 March 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. lilli DRUNKARD. Writ ton By Wi Ul nm Avery Wood tm Tin* imutviiM Advertiser. Edward and Milton Poareo were thc only sons of Johnathan < median [Pearoo, and were both handsome [boys and well educated. Edward was just eighteen years ?of age, while Milton was almost seventeen. Their father had once boen one bf tho Wealthiest fanners in Caroli na, but ho was now a drunkard, a jl?erfect sot. There is, I think, no [necessity to explain the meaning [of the word "drunkard" for, no doubt, many of you have witnessed [titc misery caused by drinking. In [most cases it is Tho want of mont, and Of broad, Which tho drunkard's wifo must Pear: Rlvors of tears HIIO docs ?hott, i Still, what dues thc drunkard care. Jonathan Pearce made it ti regu lar practico to return home every evening, as tho old saying lins it. "drunk and still drinking." His two boya looked on him in disgus...

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 March 1888

The Advertiser - j. C. OA liL?N?'ION, EDITOR. Subscription Prlco--12 Mouths, $1.00 PA VAHLE IN ADVANCE, Hates for Advertising.-Ordluorv Ad vertisements, por sonoro, Ono Miser Hon, si.c); cadi subsoquont Inser tion, 50 cont?. ... . , Mooral roiluetlon niado for largo Au vertisoiuont?. LAU11KNS,S.C., Mar. 0, 1888. A Short Step In Tho lt i ?rh I l>? eeel lon. Thc News & Courier ts in favor of postponing tho nomination ol'state officers until nearer tho time for thc election. This is well, but ITO regret that our contemporary om ited to fa vor a canvasser tho Slate ?tl thc meantime. This is tito most important matter that will come before tho peoplo of tins state darin:.: tho present cam paign. There caa be no intelligent exercise of the elective franchise, without a discussion ol'the questions in which tho people us a whole are in terested. Let there bo light. It is universally admitted that lhere is a want of stability--a groping in thc dark--on tho part of oar lawma kers. Wc ?...

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 March 1888

JF?ie Advertiser. - LOO AL, Farm work in preparation l'or| hulling ha? begun. Mia* Sallie .loin s loft Ult friday, last, for Kd ge li old. Mr. Hun. lins a confectionary store at Dr. Simpson's oki stand. Kvcry available plow has boc? turnia; thc dirt H?I1C0 the lino weather set in. Kopple Uros, have again o ti to rod ibo cattle market amt aro buying ililli slop ping tarpoly. Roy. Mr. Haskell ha-? entered upon his work as postor of tho Presbyterian Church at Wood rilli. ?ll railroads ontoriug this place show s> considerable not luoroaso in earnings Tor thu month of January. Still they como -young ludion to tho female Collogo. The roll is now largor than over hy a nillllboi ol auditions lust week. Leap year privilege * Khould bo fairly ''distributed, A young man in Winston, N. C., has sued n young lady for broach . of promise. Court adjourned oil Wednesday last. .'Judge Wallace is a due man and will nomo day grace tho Sonnte Cbauibor al -tho National Capitol. Our Kiro Department han...

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 March 1888

OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. [From Our Rogular ('orrospoi Washington. Feb. - itii 1888. Washington hus boen tho Mee? a towards which tho oyes of nil g.I j Democrats have been devoutly tur-, ned during tho past few day-. Hore the Hr-t steps were take i towards tiic great victory which is to bo won this year again by the party 1 lie D?mocratie National Committei which met iii this ? i?y to sel< ct Un time and pince for hold tn? ho N i tional Nominating Convention, held :i three - meeting : in tenso interest nml every ??val city worked it- hardest for the prize. Tho only othoi business < fimpi - tance transacted by the commitl was Hie election of Mr. Wm. Stein way, the piano manufacturer, of j New York city, to ii!! thc vacancy on the committee caused by tin death of Hubert (i. Thompson, This selection wa- n grout dh ft| \> int ment to tho republican*, who con fidently expected n gr* ;" ro . In th< committee over it. Representative Scott, of Penn sylvania, wa- in favor of holding...

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. — 9 March 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE INSURANCE. Writ ton Hy William Avery Wood tor Tho Laurent! Advertiser. "I'd rather ho a Imtiorlly, And sail H weet ly through tho air; Than t<> nhto (Uvay and die, Trying to ho e. nillllonnre." "Oh ! we're nil lost, ruined. Oil, I'm so miserable!" said Mullida Brown ono evening wheo her brother John had just come in from work. "Oh, never mind," nnswered John, "we'ro nil right. Tho <>ld house was Insured for two thous and, urn! to tell tho truth. Matilda, it wasn't worth m oro'n five hun dred, so you see, dear, we haven't lost everything," and a sly, wicked glance gleamed In his eyes. "Yes, hut I do hato so had to lose tho dear old home where father and mother both died." "Pshaw, that's nonsense. They are holli gotio and tile old house is gone too, but there is a thousand dollars, each, for us deposited in tho troaaury of that insurance con cern, a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 March 1888

JFhe Advertiser KcpubUcintH Oct ti JJ y: In i.inc. Columbia, S.C., Marci. <>.- As H pre monition of tho appro telling na ton? ttl campaign c mit? tho attorn y' hore tc-Klay tn rcsusCitato th? Kt* pu bli t-an party of - . 111 i t Carolina. Tho state executive committee of that ??arty m t h uro this iiftcrm on in the oitlco of K. M, Brayton, chair iiian ..)." ti?.' state comm M too anil member ortho national P. 'publican committee. [t waa il ec i ?lot I t.> ii ?Ii a s I nie convent inn In Columbia >>a tho fir-tl Tuesday in M 'y. lt i- un 1er ; >d? that i ^rtte P .!;?.. Will ho placed ' In the fiel ". b H thai Ute ftgbt will bo matte for congressmen and Presto! 'httal c-l^i tors. So tar ::s could bo bm rn I, the ere ut? ral pr? te re ne . i" . Pr -il "Hill ca tnt! 'a''' ls Sh TM vi. Plain's wit hil ra wi being a pi I a- fina). ? . I Iii1 county convc .lions, which will bo hohl PIP Ia- ', of this month, resolu tion": will ile adopted against P.", existing <.'.' 'tt&...

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. — 9 March 1888

?li6 Advertiser, L O O A Li . Soc what Coopor A; Burnside- ItroB say' Poor Patton! John P. Qllpln ItaH ask ed him to meet him ?it t hu depot to-night . Tho "Myst ie Sovon" wore making midnight musical hist ovonilig. Ur. B. <!. Poul graduated from tho At Innla Medical Collego lust \vook< Capt. chuko, of Augusta, paid our town n business visit <fb last Thursday, j Miss Minnie 11 el hi UM, of Trinity neigh borhood, ls Visiting friends hore. Mr. J. If? Blehnrdson ls assisting Dr. Martin lu running tito licndollu. Miss Palra Smith. of DI mn Springs, Is 1 visiting tito famllv ol'Dr. J. T. Poole. Mr. .las. Thtnupsou has goito lo (J roon ville, whore ho will rosldo In fu ture. Mrs. Collins, nf OntllOSVlllo, I'la., is visiting hor brothor-Iu-lnw, dipt. J. M. Philpot. Tho Cash Company nra not to bo out dune in soiling t:oo,!s, they soil in sea son and out of season. Still another candidato comes. This (imo for Treasurer, in iin- person of Mr. w. Seott Knight. Mr. Duetts, of tho] ri n...

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. — 9 March 1888

ELPS LX^SL U Hi o -J^* KT I Cr . -.rr - 303D8 rrrrz: rc Dedtoe in ^^.e COTTON 2?-A_R.5carr fir I IL [?Sri w t ne*-':, a . Shat w?: : r _ >.:> ur. uz - : .-vi- .. R _ ,. . QI L*n-en.-.~ . H ?r.itt.- ..s.vs\. ?T-K an?! ?e J?" .-. r".:.1.- ?at :;i.-r"..T.;- v r5r "-. . ~"u: 8 ..>*?- -vi '- ffis . aie tt-thsf- ita Ssrs ii irr t?rr r;: ft?J O MM COOPER & BURNSIDE BROS =VtrOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, LAURENS. S&HRK f**~ ----- Store S^o3?e? "Witto Goods that - "cs Sold ~-0 2*?s^ce Rocrr, <?2t>? ' O'""?11 They Still Sell the Bulk of the FLOUR. of FVwsr >cr ii 226 ><*Twk flo** ?* $3. to? S&5Q J** l?rrei - Tkr #v*k of grc^emt* i, y?r Couplet** * aii COOPEE & B??RSSILB BEOS.

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 March 1888

m ^^^^^^^^ _? VOL. III LAURENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. 1888 v.. ~T . . _. . mai l ii jn?,??,> rtmifr?-?-.:; XT-r-.n^^LxrtAic^v??Mt^tjfrr\rr??oa.- vu v?nc?:r^gT^-r.-;fciK- vLv.imAn-i .TO^.,...,,.^.._ _ A WIFE'S CRUEL FATE. I - STRUCK DEAD BY HER HUSBAND AT HER HOME. A Greenville News CovrcunoiMlciU lti? |>ort? n Ghastly Murdo.- in I>lokciiH. Tho Slayer Makes Confession. PICK ENS O. II. Mureil G.-News reached here late yesterday eve ning ot u horrlblo and diabolical murder. On Sunday night Tom Alexander, who lives ten or twelve miles from here, in the Crow creek section of this county, instantly killed his wife with an axe. Tho facts and circumstances, as told by ono who was present tit the inquest yesterday, were as follows: Alexander und his wife bad hud some words about putting wood and pine on the fire. Ile would throw great quantities of wood and pine on the lire and she would take it out. Alexander is an invalid, and j Jt seems that bis wife and children had to gat...

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 March 1888

Trie Advertiser J. C. GA HI. I\ti J OA'. EDI TO L\ e^rr-- ??. . ? ?'- - Subscription Prlce--12 Months, 51.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Kates ;..r A iv, rt Ising.-Ordinary Ad? ; vorti--uo :it?. per ?uimro. Uns *n?0r? lion, 11.00; each subsequent inser- ? ti.?M. W eents. Liberal reduction made for large Au-I .rertlsemonts. _ LAUREN^ S.C., Mar. ll, 1888. lfeithe*\Yrittcn nor Unvr.ri fteu. A recent editorial expression in an exchange gives the idea that there is by common consent, an unwritten law that oar State otficers shoal I serve two terms. Tue recent practice probably warrants the remark, but if it be true that this custom has given rise to any such thing as an "unwritten law." or If it shonld be considered in any de gree obligatory toc?ntinuo the custom because it is a c ustom, it is to be regret? ted. Tile only claim anv officer can have for a second term. U. "duty faithfully performed." With this record, a re election is right, but not otherwise. From tile earliest records of history...

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 March 1888

The Advertiser. Tho young pooplo had Kovornl Infor 11,11) gatherings last vic!;. Don't forgot tho mooting to night in behalf of the Library and Heading ROOIIIS, Tilt'. A nv KT I KM KU haa printed over two hundred pages of briefs for the Supreme Court recently. Mian Hannah, ol' Alabama, instead of Miss Smith, of < I lon ll Springs, as slated tn our extra, is vlaiting at l>r. Tool's. A little girl rend a eo in position yostor. day at school in whleli she .states thal "politeness is tho best thing in tho world." A now paper down in Pleridn starts out v illi a rush. Tho first lino of the salutatory ia: uIlere wo como; durn our f'ael souls." Mr. ltiloy Martin, of Harlow County, Ga,, who moyod from thin county thirty yearn URO, wna on a visit to his old home Inst week. Hov. A Coko Smith will duli ver a froo lecture on "A Model Match," in tile Methodist church on Friday evening, under tho auspices OflllO Parsonage Aid Society? The Newberry Herald and Nows bas deaned a now dross on th...

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 March 1888

LIGHT AND AIRY. 4 ?If >l I III ?lilli .k .Texas .-ii?tia^s. lu II i lui kl . Hotel. T >tiri<t :?/ a?r> .-abl- stout gentleman in Stout Gentleman-Not yet ; llave V?ul ut Gentleman ... -DM yea T?? Ut its!..;, -ri'ooi"! j>oor! I've been lier?) Ihree lay ftiid haven't lietrt a square m il ;. ?t. Stout Oe?tleih.:: ;-i i' .illy - Well, Tv? 1>? : .? tl ...-.':.-. and I haven't had a Tourist .i . - \v.?:. why don't you leave : s- it Gentleman-I can't; I'm running the hotel.-H .. . :>VA.. ?li n i Immortal. r in i Ulttlctili t<i I'leme Ul ? ? > body? Groe..:-- '? ood morning, ?ir, what ?-an Ido . . Sir; .sinSthV-bon't expect any niore'of my -. lal l ii ? half tt II y i oil, and Mr. I-iaru-hil _ .:. -.Mr. Grocer, you von (licet I ? rh* hi tl- r. I-ne voil right avoy. if : ire yegit?ljto cotton s?d trying -.il vat you -..! me :> von hal ii boa grease. Consistent- y. _ ( - n?lstoncy's a j - I tt .. vi"* Hove beard nrid wo '.. -rr. te?. Y el : . v au '. . .?..:: . 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 March 1888

T. C. ?^.I?IJIITC! 7-OXT. Editor anU IMojir i r 1 .jr. LAURENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, M ARCH 21, I M-ss CITS Z^olloir a. "LTooii: Payable in /v>ivuncu, 40 BALES TOTHEMULE. CAPTAIN PETERKIN TELLS HOW IT WAS RAISED. A Straight Talk on the Fleecy Staple -To Mako Fifty Batos to tho Hortic mu? $ u.ooo Proltt' Tho young tuen nt home nud in tho ? neighborhood were inclined to be slow | about plantinga new (nop. Thoy did not showathc energy I wished to see. So i to stir them up, I boasted I could take j one large mule and one hand to plow bim, and make 00 bales of cotton and fl.aOO clear profit. This had tho de sired Oircot. I talked il until I con vinced myself I could do it. So I ' went to work to accomplish it. Hind to swap work so as to run a throe horse Casida plow to break thirteen acres of land that bm I been in corn and was worked by a negro for sever ttl years. It was badly overrun wit h Bermuda grass and very pofindcocd. When the land was ready or plow ing, thc big mule and negro h...

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