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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 March 1888

-The Advertiser J. C. OA BL INO 7 ON, EDITOR. MbicrlpUon Prlce--12 Koathf, tl.00 PAYABLE IX ADVANCE. Hates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square. One inser tion, I!.00; each Mibsequent inser tion, V) c*?iit*. Liberal redm tion made for large Ad Tertiseuient ?*. LAURENS, S. C., Mar. 21, ISiS. Up-Laud Terraces. It Is an encouraging sign tu see the interest manifested in various part* of this county in the matter of up-land terraces. In speaking with quite a number of farmers who have made the expriment, they state that most of their torra ees have stood the heaviest floods and their lands show a marked im provement in tiie matter of gullies. The experience proves that at the lowe't estimate, one laslf of the water soaks in the ground, and it ev idently follows from this that there will be less danger of drouth-, and th?? streams will not rise so rapidly and cause damage to low-lands. t'nter raced land, however level, los?? much of the fertilizing matter placed on it, b...

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 March 1888

Wie Advertiser. 3Li OO .A. XJ . Humor tells of u big Wedding lu tow n next moni h. Mrs. Sproul, ol' Home, (?a., is visiting in town. Miss ellenor So I ho rt, of t he Tu m'tl lng ghouls neighborhood, is visiting friends in town. "Thorough HUHS" will timi ti h um in tliis ellice i?y culling A lillie green, hf ir ?111(1 their,- was tin? Ollly celebration of (ho good Saint Pat rick's day ill Laurens. Hov. Charles Todd, of Chill lotto, N. < '., visited his Histor, M rn J, < ? (.'.Heming, last w eek, Tho Greouvillo rond has a nen locoiuo Uve, in piuco ol tho one damaged by tho collision. Will tho Southern l?xprosn Company ovor gi*?-? us a delivery wagon, or un up lOWII oilier? Mr. NV. II. Pranks hus boen appointed Deputy f. S. Marshal al this pl ?ce. ami offenders against "lucie Sam's'' laws Will ?lo well to keep a sharp look-out. Mr. N. A. Voting was recommended by < 'ongroHsinnu ferry to bo Post Master nt Clinton, lo lill Ibo vacancy caused by the death ol' Mr. Hell. Mr. J. 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. — 21 March 1888

A VICTIM OF COCAINE V Wives HU Kx|>eri?nee ?villi (lie 1 ii-eiii.U. mc nie:-Nursed Hack tu ll? ult h. Dr. Charl? . D. Bradley's namo llrst enui" tuto undesirable prominence in No vember, 1885, when ho was arrested charged with bein;.; insano through exces sive indulgence io morphine ami cocaine? , tlie hitler a powerful narcotic of which up to that lime little hail bet ll hoard. He was taken before Judge Prendergast, wits declared to bo insane, ?mi) given a son? tence of time months in the Washing tonian home. Altera fort nigh t's May at the home Dr. Bradley wem to Canada, his old home, wherein- gave himself up entirely lo tho demands of tho drug, tho i fascinations of which coiuplt tely on- ! thralled him. Practice and h.mic were ; gone, and he gave free rein to his vice. ! Ho returned lo Chicago and was sent-to thc insano asylum, where u completo euro j w as clTectod, mid he resumed Iiis practice, ; only to lind himself deserted by his clients and his reputation impair??!. Cons...

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 March 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. awiii I?Y 1 lili STORM. THE NQfCT?RNAL VISTOR DEALS DEATH AND DESTRUCTION, jr j - Hoi/kfca Shaken and FeilCCN Down-.\ l'_Jl Repott ut Home mu? Abroad -ifnmtiKo to Portion and Property. This placo was visited on Thurs day nl?ht, by the most tcrrifllc wind storm that lias occurred hore in yours. At.". o'clock Ibo elements seomcd in wildest confusion and amid heavy; thunderand llory light ening, tho storm king threatened to' let slip tho dog ; of war," and destroy tho earth by a cyclone .Such a calamity however occurred only in tho frighten . imnghodi of I ho pei plO| und ttl i not o< . . i-i reality. So far as roported, tho greatest damage in this county was clone about five milos from Laurens in tho Pea-Hidgo section. Mr. Law rence Sloan lost his stove-room und contents by being blown off tho pillars, and throe bouses of Mr. Janies Jeans' wore demolished. Prope...

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 March 1888

The Advertiser Kv Vulva rtlRl ,?.-<.>rUustty A<1- . v.--.- lucnt?, i/cr ^juarf-. Onelu**r tl 11.00; each iuba?q??n* lu-?.: Hon, 50 went . ? i I I.;',. ? : .-? luetkra ??'.'- foi larg? Aa vt . '-. ^ LAURENS, 8. O, Mar. 2?, ??S>. ids" to iii?- Rear. However much wc may admiro thc I'rimary|EI?ction, as a mode of nomin itingDouiocratie|candidates, Without proper safe-guards and re-, strictions, it ii a dangerous ma chino. Th!? h ?diown ia the recent municipal election in Columbia, when one J. M Smith waa chosen Al derman, t% quandam Radical Sena tor from Barnwell, who wa*convic ted by thc legislative committee of accepting brioc- tor voting away thc public funds; in preference to such men as Col A.C. Haskell and R. N. RiChbourg. | When wc bad County Conven- ? tloa.? to nominate candidatos the ! ct -m rata wt rc always careful to | send only democrats of the right stripe to make thc nominations; but,sines there is noactlvc opposi tion party, th<? disintegrated ele ments of...

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 March 1888

?The Advertiser, 3L. OG .A. I_i . L-.cai nows ls not io bo found thin wooli. Milln Street is being prepared for tho improvements, * Most ol'our niot'Ohnnts havo returned from .New York, It looks us t hough our fruit prospect H In this soction aro .slim. You can got llvo pounds of good ColToo for ono dollar at J. II, James's. Senator Grows is announced In tho Herald as a candidato for ro-oloctlon. As soon us tho weather will permit tho brick making for tho Kooroo Factory AY ill bo commoncod. Mr. \V. W. Jones, of this place sold a Jd g to Mr. Rosell last woek, 18 months eld, which Weighed 630 pounds. Harper Stoot nour tho Main Stroot orossing is hoing macadamized. It ls OfJCollont work and badly needed. What ?bout tho pavements? Now is tho thoo lo work while tho property owners aro willing to foot tho bill. Mr. L. E. Irby bas hoon trading horses ? JIo made tinco swaps last weok and got his brat borso buck and somo "bool." White Owls soom tobo plentiful in this county. Mr. Je A? Elohol...

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 March 1888

FAR3I A.VD GARDEX. NEW VAR'ETIE: 0C ?H CLO FASH IONED FLOWER. Car? <>1 (?VI \>r.t.t.? th* -?pf.Irg ?.'Mi f-j - . .-v Kcrrclt) ta l'#',--r?-VAIOH o# ??r> ??4 G?atl? II?r?et-How to ?Tortilla* /. .-?>pt. tt?fxyjt*uA -a RM r-;'.*".. . ? RM trans* ect>.~? of t.o* M>**'. ....>...! li^r'.rr.l tarai society fi an ma/ by I/.-. C. A. (jtjtrtmmiir. tm 1 Tba RAI SU?) Petit] e * D of Gar ie;. Crop* Prtdu, ' Po?lowlog ai* soto* . M?extracta from tbs tame. T ra c. r. F LI ; o. CA;: .WT; R. LVCEti '/.. O.? of the f.requirements Sr a healthy e.r.':.*.-:, ind a ?a tnt suc cessful 'r'/^*^?:, .' sn y plant t In aoV ;,*.:.;< a well -. i ?7? lt ta of fertilization An Indifferent system r.ian*;.*,:.?* iU the root of a (Treat :: fallares. A -;...?-.*. of utan ?ring . .'. vt tn:. '.: . > beac I upon *..o?- retails of .* car* io", examination Into tho composition of th*-. ; lint under cultivation and o:* a da? tor.-.o'?r v. o of .:. natara] rpxali?ca tioni for ling itself of tho...

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. — 4 April 1888

?_ fPt? dst?? %htt?mx. VOT T- C' ^AI?LTl-TaxOlT, _ . . -1- ". . 11 LAURENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888 - - ?xi^w y UKK LUTTER. TIMELY ?JUGGESTIONS ON PRO GRESS AND POSSIBILITIES. Yoting Mon BhouUlortho burdens ot Buslress-?ur Agricultura! Advan tages na Viewed by A YiMltor- Wag? ou Honda-The Know. I'M Hoi- Laurens A<lccrtiser: Tho fuco of your poper shows pro gross, ns in various ways it appears in tliese days. It is only a fo>V years ugo .sinee untraveled North erners would, in a sort of patroniz ing way, speak of the "Now Depar ture of the South," ns if lt was due to tho few enrpot-bnggors who wore loft there when war was over. How much of this is due to the how necessities of tho people there, and how little to that small remainder of a not very Important part of the soldiors who went Into the South? ern states you can host judge. Clear ly lt waft the necessities of the case Which gave the start,-tlio removal of tho "uncertain negro" labor which seemed to require that ...

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 April 1888

The Advertiser J. C. GA UL INO 1 OiV, EDITOR. subscription Price--12 Months, f 1.00 * PAYABLE IN ADVANCED Kates for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, One inser tion, $1.00; euell subsequent Inser tion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction niado for largo Ad vertisements. LAURENS, S. C., April 1, 18S8. Crow-Eat lng to Excess. Tho Smith matter in Columbia, has absorbed the attention of most of our exchanges during the past week; and it is not strange, for never before bas that political par ty which represents honesty and good government prepared for its followers such a dainty dish. It the charges against Mr. Smith be true, (and so far as we have seen no effort bas been made to disprove them) few men in the blackest days of misrule stooped low er than J. M. Smith as a radical Senator. lint this man is now the demo cratic nominee, for the ofuCC of al derman in Columbia, an<i the ques tion is, does party allegiance de mand ti support of such a man. We are fret; tc admit all...

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 April 1888

^Fhe Advertiser, XJ OO A. XJ . Editor Parrot hus withdrawn from tho Clinton Kn tor pr ?HQ. Tho Feather Renovators left this placo for Abbovlllo on Monday last. Mr. C. L, Kiko attended tho Munday School Convention In Spartanburg hint weok. If you want to soo tho biggest Uno of Hat? cvor brought to Laurens call on K. Bltgrouvos. Mr. \V. L. Tfarris. of Ooala, Fla., ls o ll a visit to Ids parents at this piuco. Messrs. Fritz Lan ford uad J. M. Hamp ton loft yesterday to join tho Foathor llenovntors ut Abbeville. Ladies' und children's Huts in endless variety and lowed pricOS nt E. Slt grouvos's. Tita next grout event in Luurous will be tho comnioncoiucut exorcises at our flourishing Fomnle C<dlege June '2(1. It hus boen ruining four days up to tho prosent timo und it scorns ns if t?tere was four moro duys of ruin hovering arou nd so mow hero._ Recent ruins have taken uway tho bridges on Reedy River known UH Smith's Mill bridge, und lloyd'* on Hala da and also nt Washington s Mill. 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. — 4 April 1888

FARM AND GARDEN. A VERY DESIRABLE VARIETY OF / EARLY SWEET CORN. M*king rotiltrjr On? of m H*rlr% t,t Kola lion Crop*-Hom I'lrnwrt Peel A bon! Urbomlng CattU-One Way lo I-aye? thc Crap*. Numbered with experienced southern horticulturists ls Mr. T. V. Munson, ol Denison, Tex. In an article -rn "Hort!? jul tu ral Surgery," in Texas Tarra and Ranch, OCCUn the following: flo. I-LAVEItINO THE GUAPE. In Fig I ft ls desired to produce new Individuals hy layorlug. Wu moat flr^t partly ?tor?, hy a wound, thc food tnt ply from the parent, cause the layer to heal tho wound, und at tho RAMO time secure its food from mother earth Itaelf. We do itiii by cuttin? the branch partly In two from upper side, as at SOM to get al) thu yoong rt its on >?tir layer, and not aj nt "h." by cutting on lower side, t-ansinsj generally weak roots lo start both from the layer wc wish to tnovo and thc ?ld .tock, which damages both the a?< mci plant ar.'i thc yoong ?K.nght. with no ad vantage otherwise. Anothe...

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 April 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. Tl I li PRESTON .MANSION THU MO,T C KL Fr. UR AT FD HOME IN THF. STATE How tho Homo ol' Hie Domptons' it lt ol til3 IVoU ons' K*V.\\>M? the T.neb ol' Sherm m's Army-imorosilog Itt*ni' IIIIHCCIICO* of h'oi inoi- l??.v?. There is no house in Soul h Caro liniv around whit;h cluster moro in teresting associations thun ?ire ooo. hooted with tho Preston mansion, situated in Columbio.. This placo was u few months ugo sold to thu nuns of tho Ursuline Convent, lt wits built l>y Ansley Hall, un Kng lishnuin, and was subsequently sold to Wndh Hampton, (ho grand father ot>Hcnalpr Hampton. !t wu. occupied Iii- the Hampton family until is lu, whim il bronnie i ho prop, ort y of ( hu .lohn S. Prest hf i, h rot li er of tho celebrated statesman, William 0; Preston. That was the period of South Carolina's power, when she was at the /.ontth . f her NY eal th, and no natio...

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 April 1888

^he Advertiser J. C. OAULINU'JOiV, EDITOH. Subscription Prlce--12 Moiuhs, SI.oe l'A YADLK 1 N ADVA Nf l-.. H:it*.s for Advortlslnj*. Ordinary Ad? vortixetnunts, por squuro, Om? Ins r? tlon, $1.00; cacti subsequent asor? lion, 60 conta. Liberal reduction m ad o foi largo Ad? Vurtis in? II:-. LAURENS, S. c.. April 11. 1---. (?ive Laurens A Showing ? The executive, committee which met on Friday last fix od tito date of th" convention \<> elect delegates to tin- National Democratic Con vention May 17th. This StatoCon vention will elect tuen who will in all probability name the next Pres? ident of tho United stat? - Inas much as the suggestion of Crover Cleveland as the man, is a foregone conclusion, it may seem a small matter who will represent tin Stat?'. Not - >: ti??- body will in addition, be called to prepitrotho platform of the party,--?the docu ment Upon which dopend in rt groat measure our success. We know not who will be brought before thc convention, but simple justic...

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 April 1888

The Advertiser. ?? 1 -""i- 1 i i. J T_i OO A. L ? TI>o linost .shoos in town ut Garrott's. Mr. J. M. MurlVis again with Trayn lunn A Ulai. Ladles Shoos, Slippers, cte. in cndloss ynriotv at (Jarrett's. Mr. NV. H. Gilkcrson has tone North to purchase goods. You should SOO Morrow ?fc Co's, line Ladles'shoos boforo buying. Qarrotts Tlie latest Improvod machino for put ting on butions nt (Jarrett's Shoo Store. Miss Lillie MoGhoa, of Qrnonwood, is visiting tho family of YV. IL (Jilkorson. Hov. E. O. Fricrson and W. L. Boyd will leave to-morrow for Preabytory nt Piedmont. Miss Mary Williams and sister, of Fountain Inn, paid friends here u brief visit last wcok. Noyor has Laurens had such a stock of shoes as can now ho found at Garrott's Shoo Sloro. Miss Minnie Goldsmith, of Groonville, IH visiting the M isses McC'nslail and M rs. A. W. Anderson of this placo. Capt. G W. Sholl attended tho ineoting of tho Stato Dotnoeratlo Executlvo Com min rc in Columbia last week. Tho exam!nation of w...

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 April 1888

FA KM AM? Ci VRDEX. A CO"- /EN South, rn 1 Liv. doner'* bad I di-A Safe I ? .. . l>: I! . Ill f 3 ; ?^ ami in il regal ?: li struct n i ? lina ti est ii < (er;- I mutii'.: . gv lei some ..- . - i inn i m . ? j.-. tLe fi qui - . moat mat . ol ni v. - n:u'. ' . '. is!tl then fore 5* f ex;.:..:. I. per ;. i lh<: 111 Hi ire Wit bv /-;.. I- . ?his P . M Instructs ?prer.'l f B< I Lui! should . If f..- : ' - . p . laid ? . heap imtii ii.... WI . R Bini F'.r. . til..- 1: t::.: Will ! . Wv lt I : to r. fr.ro. . 'J il vane Thi.n t .? tho u c.ir. i fruin wilie in?, li hr..:. least, i .. ni.' I from wooli? ll lings ave ii I . |i i : - - . : r r .. . . . watch tl.<- teii tun ls vvhi might I ' hil I. :. Bible for iomnti mid canliiloivc'i l j ondit hot t >>??)'?? ? i :u ' : ? willi lom .!... -. Uv. '' . ii . . that hetti ? . '*.?... without hull M he .'. nial empli these a fraie . ?:"- I Ibo samo n.s for ty li lied, o-XCi ? . the : iunil for th;; both . . ii lb- ' -. ll ' 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. — 18 April 1888

Al RTL 18, 188(S ?7^^^ZZZX NO. 38* lill!, J J M li-KILN CLUE THE COLUMBIA PROFESSOR MAK ES THE MEETING LIVELY. A 1.earned Discourse on tho "Koatt> thingness of Nothing und Hie Noth ingness of Bouioifilng-;*' ? PI-OUM-U inundated.- Philosophy und Loyir I', IMO): lu i<> I Vt Icol i tn m. When Hie nicoling opened, Broth-! er Gardner announced Hud Profes sor Conflict Johnson, of Cohunhht, S. G., wns in tim ante-room und walt ing to address Hie eluh on thc sub- ' Joet of: 'The Nothingness of Some thing, and the Something ol' Nolle bigness." Tho. Professor w.-is noted , nil over tho South as a Philosopher, and this lecture would ho n practic al demonstration of Philosophy. The , gentleman hud boon in tho city throe (lays, the guest of Givcadnin Jonos, and luid not yet offered a corn-euro or a hair renewer for sale. This was j pretty fair proof that he was the phil osopher he claiiuod lo bc, and the i President hoped all members present would pay strict attention to thc lec ture. ...

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 April 1888

The Advertiser ./. (.'. f/A/l/./XO'IOX, h'P/TOIi. lAOtcrtptlon Price 1J Hont til, $1 00 l'A VA Ul.KIN Af>VAN< K. Kat??- !.?: A I vi rti*ing. Ordinary A I? v.-rtf'-i,,,.),!., ?X r tonare, ' 'ne inner? lion. 11.00: .. .'.ii Mibsequenl inser tion. V? - ?.:.(-. laboral reduction malle i"r large Ad vori i ?erneut ?. LA L'RKNS, s.. .. April i b. '-S***, Li?IN I'-.il'.w Sp irttuiLiirg', i We take it for granted ti.ut nu rea ler of this paper in *.? short-sl? it o l as t-> to see til" importance of a cotton factory at UJ?-? place. lt ls, admitted hy everybody ilia*, we must have a fa ttory r-?'i I yet the thing don't ?rome. TowtH all around ut rtr-? l?ui:?i in > aa fail ai i?r?ck and mortar can : e put together. In every direction will t>e thriving factory towns. which, in the course of tim?, will cripple this place bevon I reparation or recognition', unless we speedily rise to our rmpor. tuniti'?s. We bayo lar/.' and -.mall property on nen here, who would be bpiiefiite I hy ...

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 April 1888

^he Advertiser L O O -A. XJ . iain Jones will locttiro Jioro on tho rd. what nay the merchants' to tho early ? -ILC, inovomont. Tho Governor hus ro-appolntod C. D. Lrksdulu, Kan,., Master fur Laurens tu nt v. |An oxooiiont article will i?e found on ir fourth pago, showing lh# history ol' }e DotAOorutio porty. Tho Second tjuartorly Conference of < Methodist Church will hu hold* ut ri 11 i t jr on tho 29th hint. !*ho Harald ls strongly in favor of thu kjorlty pinn in thu coming'primary In kurtanburg. )ur circuit waa colled In tho Supronio ^urt yestorduy. Sovoral mombors of ! har from HUM place uro in uttend 1'vprcHn hlocku used in paving aldo dks Will last for yours, and thc cost U pninal. This would hu a grout im ivuinonl to mir city. runaway horne created a big SOUSA >n on our streets vost? rd ay, and do ?llshod a buggy, hut did no other imago. ho now railroad which hon Infused so ucl? lifo in Clinton, and w hich will run m Munroe, N, C., te Atlanta, hnv boon mplctod to thc Sm...

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 April 1888

?IISTORIC DEMOCRATS Til-* \ Gtm i ton ?.- ivA ' t (. ': . . Hi : ? -> that litie bi. 1 :.-.tr. tralla ' ' 'J" ur'.v: ''.?..'.', "?'v '. . iMRN Crnl.C-'w ur. . a: H ? ' - Ml malte , f COIUltl / '.'*T Sf/j ' ? Th? !>?..?. y..-.?* . .--..-.?. ! s*, ri ' .;. and M they gained *..?. ; .:. free loin and a.'^ry. but the AristM.raw had the rn'At i y fi . -, . p?eta a:?'l writ*** were J.eAi |j ?... . that . lo . t lu'.'. HttfA. tr.?*t '.. '.>. CI ' ' ,<: ?UUV tior.i fo th? \)?:;.',': . with Wi ch ;.r?- fan.:;.ar rio? '..-;. ?;.I?'?<- ' .:. of *. fTie'^r. th?lauri'''. '.'. : ?aid ho ' melled of loather;" they 'll PT.' - f r *ay!r.g that A thor, i hi .: have a .. : navy I ns tea/i of a larg? islanding army, und ?r, a theatric a. pl*o< which had n great run-"Th? Kal,-.??"- one Ai tooi,;,nos, writer cf tho play, af.poar*-.: the stag? with hts face smeared VT:-'. of wine to represent 1 the termer ii*: co rn plain <?d that SOfnc Of 'hf. irate wer* "sweety" and that otJn ri ' &...

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 April 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. A MAGiWlCliNT GIFT MR. CLEMSON'S BEQUESI TO ::)' FARMERS OF TH H STATE A Vlsii lo ..l'on lilli" Atnminl .on! li IV ?nv. Iieui'd, < 'ondit lon . ni' iii . : quest Tile lt-,e . find Claims nf l-'riei,,! - ..All OUI oi.ao; \pp;nv ni Nonr Cnltllltucm. ( ; o en \ lllti \ ,. A .. No oven! of recent yi uivi bo aroused moro interest among thc farmers, ami (ii" |>on|ilo gcucrnllv flinn (ho (loutIi, last Saturday, of Thoma < !. Ci. tn ?on, I lin vcncrnhli son-in-law tun] lc ir nf john < '. < ii lion II atilt hhs boqu . i of "Cort iii!:.'1 ?SI f. ( 'n I lion II',s homo during lb I . ; lor illly? ol' his Iii'.-, io M?o M?alo ol Bon I h Carolina for u ... a . nu CM i culttirul college. A reporter for Ilm (irccnvillc Daily Nows went lo Cori Hilton yost ord ny to ohtnin i m rt loti In cs {u confirmai iou of und :iii<l?t?ii!! (o Rio fow fil?is herotoforo given ...

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