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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 December 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 . ? s r zr . iv- I ?A.?.SAUTIONS. OiMli V?!u* of Anuuul TrnjWKOtloB? la tho N"W *ork Stock Kxeliangw. Tho cash value of tho annual trans action! of Now York stock-brokora do rios ordinary comprehension. On Fob. S5. 1881, VV1.80:{ shunts of stocks on Uio rogular list warp .?obi on tho floor of tiro Exchange, 848.1)40 shares on No vuiubor 22. 1882. and 8.022.407 iu tho wuok ouding MaroU 20. 18X1. Tho lur&ost singlo salo recorded is that of W. II. Vanderbilt to a syndicate of Amorican and foreign bankors aud railroad ^oporatora. Public scutiuicnt boiug doCkledly avorsb to tho control of tho New York Central Railroad by a singlo family, ho, iu deforwuco to it, ?old loss tliau half his interest in iL But what he did soil amounted to tho enormous sum of thirty million dollars. Ono huudrod and lifty thousand shares, at 120. wore sold outright, and tho op tion of a huudrod thousand moro at thu aamo prioo...

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. — 2 December 1885

Wie Advertiser.' Ig'.!.1 ?!!."?-. ' ' SSS" - "??-?-"*' y. e. a A nu:; a JJDII Subscription ? P.VYAIM,IC IN A.DVANCH. Untos for Advertising. Ordliutry Ad vertlsotnonts, per square, une muer* tion, ^ 1.00; eaob subsequent Insftr tiOIl, ?V0 COntS. Liberal reduction uiado for largo Ad VcrtiHoniontH. J. C. (i A lt LI N( J TON ct CO., Proprietors Wbnt Hhall tho Harvest Bo, The Legislature Is again in ses sion, and judging by the past, we may expect to ace them go through tho samo routine, and after weeks Of heated discussion upon matters of gravest importun?e, they will perhaps re-enact the same laws, with unimportant eb anges, and will adjourn without accomplish ing anything. When the people elect mon to make laws, it is presumed thal these men have well defined views nH to the needs and wants of tho people, and it is their duty to act. Lot them not stop to consider Whether a measure is popular at home, or whether they could be re elected, if they support a certain bill, but let them wor...

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. — 2 December 1885

The-Advertiser. LAUREN'S, Dec. 2, 1885. LOCAL ITEMS. Christmas ls Coining. Mudl muddy! muddiest town In tho fcUatot J . hio Sheriff BALliBW lout a fino horno Fri day last. Merchants roport trado on a boom tho past woek. Stops are being takon to got upaCJrand Toumamont during thc Holidays Mr. B. n. ITuNTKn, hus oponed a cou. footlonory storo In tho Robertson Block. Call anil get Christmas prosontg while tho stock la oomplote. WILKKS IIHH them. Now ls tho Hmo to toko tn tho "city by tho soa/T T: Low ratos are given liy both railroads! Prosldont Cr.BVBt.AMD can repeat ?very word of tho Presbyterian shorter catechism. Hov oral of our oxchangos aro growl it? enthusiastic on tho subject of terracing farm lands. Wo were pleased to soo nu old friend, Mr. W. Fi Wright of Newberry County, In town Saturday. Tho latest oraso In tho world of fashion.la for ladlos to bang thoir hair behind as woll as lu front. Tho ambition of tho average Ameri can is fully satisfied whon ?le can hold an offlco, h...

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. — 2 December 1885

THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. NYNOPStS OF Til K SUdOKSTIONS Or OVK CHI Kl-' MAQ1KTKATE. AD Exhaustive Kev lew of th? financial, Educational ?nd Industrial Condltl n of the Stat* -An Abi? ?nd Interesting- Paper. On thc first day of tho present sc? sion of tho Legislature Governor ThoT^sou submitted tlic customnry mossago te tho Geueral Assembly. Tho lind ninttor considered is THE I'UIILIC DEBT, which'is now $36,522,188.54, consisting of BrWwn consols, valid Creon consols, deficiency bonds, and agricultural land scrip. I UK REVENUES OP THE STATE. Thc tetal revenues of thc State and count ?CN for thc lineal year commenc ing N?vorn ber 1, 1883, "was about $2, 089,000, of whioh about $1,930,000 waa raised by taxation, and $163,000 from phosphate royalty. Tho collection of the taxes was unusually full nnd satis factory, nearly 98 per cent, of thc assessed Stato tax having been collect ed, anti nearly 86 por cent, having boen paid .into t'ne treasury. Tho net re ceipt tor each mill levied was $1...

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 December 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 THE RI6E OF Tifio CHESTNUT It is ii matter of reproach to our so cial scientists that thu Imbits and cus toms pf tho joke have received so littlo attention, it is nu error of tho vulgar to BlippO30 that :i juke la n literary iuo toor that Dashes across the intellectual sky for a moment and then disappears forever. Even trained observers have been deceived into expressing much tho samo opinion; and a colobratod scientist, whoso services to mankind justify us in concealing his nanto in connection with thc charge, was hoard .to declare that a joke v.-.s "au instance of intellectual aberration unworthy of serious attention." Nothing could bo further from tho facts. Loaving asido any dipoussion of tho first causo ?of tho joko, which would involvo us in tho obscurities of metaphysical discussion, wo may BtatO boldly that tho joko has well-delincd habits and peculiarities, and a study of its history and dev...

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 December 1885

01 ?A*, *>*N [^Advertiser. ti- i: .^^^?z^z^'^T^?^z---"-'--'^*' LAURF/NS, hw. f?, * sss. ?abtcrlritiar Prlcc--12 Montan, Ol.CO. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. KntoH for ?dyortlaina;.--Ordlnnry Ad vertidme o H. per square, <,"" hwcr tlon, fl.O?j euch subsequent .IM v tion. 60 couts. Liberal reduction made for .a.-;:<- Au vertir.ciriouls. j. O. OAKLINGTON A <"<?., Proprietor*. The Agricultural Dopurtmi al. Tho l?gislature? has neted wisely in re-electing Coi. A. r. m TI.KK Commissioner ol Agriculture, lt shows that the new deal idea luis not gained such complete control of the people as to make thom for- ! get that worth and fitness should bo rownrdod, nor arc they willing to sacrifice mon who have proved worthy of thoir position. A great many farmevs arc undi r the impression thai (be Agricultu ral Haroun should be abolished. This ts a mistake. A careful ex amination of (lie work accom plished in the past year, will show that it has been of'tho greatest ad vantage to Ibo farmers. ...

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 December 1885

The Advertiser. 'iAUttKNS, Doc. 9, 1885. 1 .'ii! .? ?.JL?-JA-aLiaiiui^._.?_;11S! LOCAJL ITEMS. Congress assembled on tho 7th. Boo changed schedule of 8. C. It. H. Mr. KHOOK WK?TIIH? Bold his house .nd lok In town tu Mr. J. J. Pnuss. Capt. C. M. Mii.i.au ls preparing to build a cottage in rear of hi ? residence. Our young mon ?re making ?rout preparations for tho Touruntuout on < lu int mn t Day. We had the pleasure of mooting Dr. J. D. AUSTIN, of Coron um, whilo ii? town last week. Tho latest is a COmpllmonta) , ticket to TUB ADVKHTISKII and Lady. Nothing like being un o'litor. Again, our young friend"Kudd weiss" bas favored Tin: ADVKRTISKR with HU original poem, which will appear in our next Istmo. Mr. LAKAYKTTK ANUKRSON, nf Pick en? County, was married on tin- 20lh nit., to Miss NKTTIK ANDKRSDN, of Lau rena County. Most people fix tho dato of events by reference to the war, hut it is said, in Charleston everything is spokon of ss boforo er slneo tl?? storm. On next Thursday wee...

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 December 1885

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Momlny, November 30. SENATE. Although thc Senate calendar re corded at noon to day nearly thirty measures, all but halt a dozen were disposed ot* before two o'clock. There was very little speaking. Nobody seems to hs ve been thoroughly (hawed ont yet. Debate is at a discount. There actually was not a word of argument on the joint resolution pro posing a constitutional convention. Tho special order for the day was thc (second rending ol Senator You man's joint resolution calling a Con stitutional Convention. Thc report of thc committee had been favorable. There was no debate. Tho yeas and navs wore demanded, and (he vote resulted: Yea*., 17; nays, 14; not voting, 4. The Chair announced that the joint resolution had passed its second read ing. Senator Smythe made inquiry wheth er tho resolution could come up for a third rending, having failed to secure tho two-thirds constitutional majority. The Chair stated that in his view the constitutional provision applied o...

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. — 16 December 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 A Memory, Through tho oriol window tho eofl'ncd ?un illino ?oil; Ami H?nv from tho distance Ibo muslo of pooling t><-ll Cume. ?nil u soothing cuddie.-faillite and rlxliiK lilith, Cliuivliijr wi*ii iv'ry whisper of tho low wind H wall und HIKII. Q uo quaint room. ri. ii in ?torr, murmured In Minn ul luya OT lovfl and Joy and Borrow, hallowing by gone day rt j Arni Bolomn eyes of warriors arid faces young und fuir (Jk-omcdon Um wait's ?inn background like hpirits pinioned there. Over an opon volume, on ita mystic words In tent, With bearing oa'm and thoughtful, ii fulr h Hi rod woman bent, And tho lender B Wool nf 88 of her fuir, Madoii nu face, Was botgh toiled by tho beauty of lier Bur mont*' simple grace. A bunch of mixen lille? upon tho niblo lay. Yloldlng their dainty Incens? to light O? thc dying day. But shu who leaned above them Uko ionio rnrv-doworod queen, Wus fairer than tho Howers, BO...

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. — 16 December 1885

The Advertiser. j.C.?ARLIXCtTOX, KiffTl V. IJAURKXR, Doe. 1*5, Subscription PrlO?--12 Mtontlia, $1.C0. PAYA1ILE IN ADV A NI '.:. Ruto? fur Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, porwpturo, One in lion, si.on; i .i? li su. MtxpioiU InSi . timi, ."..> cen? *. LU ?ora I reduction mudo for larg Vd vcrtlscim-nlH. .). C. (j AKi.IMiTON iV Vi >.. Proprietors. The Lion Law. A bill t<> abolish tho ?.'< ;.. ?.tiv, has passed tho lower house by ti voto of 71 to ID, ?nd it ls proba! I tbwt it \\ ill also bo successful li the Sonate. There appeared to a strong doniand for the reji il": this much abused law. Perhaps we may get along better without it, but we confess our inability lo soo exactly what tho majority ol of thc farmers will do for supplh s. The people are not lu a condition to pay cash, and indeed, lids ? not practicable in any agricultural di triet; yet they must work for months before they receive pa A for their labor. Now tho tpiestion is, bow shall they live during 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. — 16 December 1885

The Advertiser. LAt?ltfiNB, Deo. IO, 1885. LOCAL IT15M?. Only otght il ivs until Christ nuts. "Bollon" coll many people to church. Newberry wit! noun ?nv.- another Bunk. A KOOCI fut "gobblor" will pay for Tun AoVKHTtNRii foi- ono year. Tho l'.xt-a Tomi of Court, which lu now in .session, is a (ju h t III lu ir. Northern papers uro full ol'accounts of capitalists and farinera coming South. Our Monthly has boen rocotvod, ino! ns usual, is tilled with Interesting una ter. Mr. JOHN !.. S?lKAltAX will occupy tho Hunter ltous(>, on Milln Street, .., xl year. Usually, women who go in church bile, have new bonnots and wrap- |o exhibit. A telegraph line from Greenwood IM this pl nee wouhl ho u ure .! com eniciiee to tho public. The newspaper that does not <? <? t alonally get "cussed oui," evidently ddos not do its duty. Mr. A. \\". ANDKUHON has purchased llio house and lot llOXt lo Mr. T. I*. SiMi'hoN'.s resider., i- on Laurens Siro ?. Capt. Pm:.nor has an Inexliaustibli supply of ...

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. — 16 December 1885

'HIE GKNJBKAL ASSEMBLY. | }VIIAT TIIKY AUG IX)lN'(i AM) WHAT TM KY v i; i : NOT DOING. ?fjmpptji oMhe ProcaciUiigft of tko Souato ami tho UoU.se, lu tho Third Week of tho Session. Tlio lliiiil week of (ho present ses sion of lite Legislature oponed on the 71li inst. The Semite was not in sos siou, having taken holiday for that day, hut got w ell to work on the morn ing following. We give below a synopsis of the week's work, .-o far as ! it is of general i merest : Among tho measures passed b\ the ! Senate is thu joint resolution providing 1 Ibr a constitutional amendment en- j aiding the Legislature lo adopt the ' Federal cousus for ?bo apportionment of representation. The vote was yeas 20, navs 3. Tho bill to iocorpo rato tho town of Ca i n hoy, in Berkeley, WII8 tho only one defeated oil a third reading. S m ato rs Buist and Smythe united in saying that they found that tho bill would givo Ibo control of the town io tho negroes and leave thc liquor question in ihoir hands. The foll...

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. — 23 December 1885

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 uujB?TioN8 ron IAIUIISUN. Som.- Inquiries Suggested by tho Close of the Ytar. , (Southern Cultivator. ) Up to yio present month tho farmer han been looking forward. Tho con summation ot'lus phuis, tho final out come ?f his labor and toil, in tho simpo of colton hales and othor orops, have been tlio objective points before him. Now,, thosooeas?'to bc matters ofcx ncctfon and become mattera ol' fact. Wo hope his exj)battitlons have not bceii too large and his crops too small ; we truijt^tju?t'hfiviiiii s<nwn wisely, he ha? reajiffd IMintifully. Hut, however, well ho has done, no might have done butter; fanning has not reached per fection and a ret ro meet may he very useful. Let us go hack together and review (no year's work, booking at it now in the light ol' results, was your year's work well planned? lu' (ho Hist place wai the work undertaken proportionate to your means; did you attempt to do mor...

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. — 23 December 1885

Tile Advertiser. t_j-aa BBS. j. r. QA H Li NO TON, IWITOJ?, LAUUKXS, Dec. 23, 1883. Snbicrtptlon Prlce--12 Months, $1.00. PAYAULK IN AI>V A X< 'K. Hates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, ncr square, < Hie lllMcr ?tion, fl.on; mich Kuhuoqticnt innor \non. TiO cents. "T.ihend reduction mudo for large Ad vertisements. J. C. DAlUilNt?TON A CO., Proprietors. Keep thcm*Apnrt. What has become of thc Hepub llcotl Carty? it South Carolina, at present, it is dead, but In nation al politics, the party that baa fat tened for twenty-five years upon the American people, and been .able to hold Ita own for such a pc flod, despite the desperate oppo sition, cannot be killed by a single ?defeat. When we think for a mo ment what democratic control means to tho North, we may have some idea of the light that will be made in 'Ss. The "solid south" is recognized,"a ml wc m ny expect to see the shafts of our political ene mies directed so as to break its solidity, if possible. Now. tho qu...

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. — 23 December 1885

The Advertiser. LAURENS, Dec. ?8, 1886. LOCAL ITEMS. C. M. COMPTON A Co. havo opened ? branch-house on Main Street. It 1H u cold ?lay whoo ice-cream is loft in thr> (ianda of the coo foot ionor, begin tho new year m ir.!.: hy aubscrl blng to Tnr A nv KUTI s K K promptly. It IH definitely announced thal tho Tournament will tako placo on christ iana Day. A polite way of dunning ? delinquent aubaorlber ls to send kim a bouquotof forgot-ino-aots. Hereafter, often aa our limited apace will allow, wo will endeavor to givo full market roports. Mr. WARMN HMKI.I. will anon move Into the imune now occupiod by Mr. IStanor. Sovoral young roan of tho Tumbling Minmi:; neighborhood loft H fow days ago for Oeala, Fbi. Married, on tho ?th ins'.., at QUmor, TOIM, Mr. R.B. ADAMM, of that placo, to to Mina BUK IS. HIX, formerly of Lau roiiH. Wo notice, that at the Coiltonnial Fair in Charleston, Mr. It, II. Yoi NO, of Lau? rons received llrst proiulum on liread Corn ovor twouty-throo coll ies. An ex...

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. — 23 December 1885

i "ii i'ii m????B???????mm???S?? THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. ! ?THAT THKY AUK DOINI; AN? WHAT THEY AUK NOT HOING. SjynopMn f?f tho ,.,| ?,,.. 0( u," Scn.-Uo .nil th? llotino, In tho t'ourlli Week of the Seaaloti. Thc Senate passed thc bill to repeal the Act prohibiting the sale of spiritu ous lupiors in Ocouee county. The bil! to revise the usury la,v was killed. There was no opposition whatever to tho bill to permit the salo of donio-tio wines (manufactured in the .State) without a license. Thc hid to amend Section 1,021, (..encrai .Statutes, relat ing lo disbursement of poll tax, was killed. Thc House bill to require ibo board of ftgricultttl'0 and the directors of tho penitentiary to pay into the Slate treasury all inouevs collected bv them I from any source hail been unfavorably reported by tho agricultural committee, who considered that it would hamper these departments in expenditure'? which were proper but could not be anticipated by the General Assemblv in its appropriation bill*....

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. — 30 December 1885

'File Advertiser. IJAURKNH, Deo. ?O, 1880. LOCAL ITEMS. Kind friends und 'potron.s, ono and all Our paper to-day is rory Minali; Christmas you know has cona.. WegSVO our printers holiday \ud thia In all wo have to suv, Our*'dovlP' inonu bum." Ottrlegislators Imvo returned home. Lifo ls rosl-so ls tho hite ufa bumble bo?. r!;MeCoun lian erected n sign over lil Trude Pnlueo. Who over unw hettor roads und inoro dolluh t fut weather for Christmas. Tim Anvr.nTHKii will receive <m Now Year Day-back pay from suhserlhorH. Revotai ?young Indios und gentlemen from thia placo* will attend' the hull ut Orsouwood on Thursday evening. Minn iel, Sunday,". Deo. '27th. hy Hov. Fed IJurdett, Mr JOHN lt. KUAN KS and Miva S KU/.ir. MUM JOY ; holli of Laurens: County. Tho employees ofthisolllee have hoon ?njoying tho festivities of the season, consequently, no apology j* needed for our appearance this.week. A certain married mun in town, it is aald,roeently soliloquised tims: "liefere I wasjmarrloda!...

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