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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 July 1888

-TheoAdvertiser. J. C. OA UL INO'J OaV, EDITOR. Subscription Prlco--12 Mouths, $1.00 PAYABLE IX ADVANCE. Kates r.?r Advertising. Ordinary Ad vortiseiuonts, per sotuiro, ? "it- Inser tion, $1.00) each suosoiptonl ins( r? tlon, 50 couts. Ltborul reduction mndo for largo Ad vertisements. LAU HE XS, H. C., duly Ult., ISS8. Wonted, Inform?tion. I none way und another, mucli lia*; gotten into the newspapers re cently about tho "Columbia liing," and how tho legislators and other.4) from th?> rural districts uro taken into thc "Columbia Club" nnd there tl um full nd ed and mesmerised int > lending nhl to tho nofwrioiiH soho mes of an ''extravagant slut..' government." Wo cull upon our brothered of the press i<> continue t hoir sen rc li for this monster "Ring." Let there Lc light turned upon it. Thc safety of tho state i- Jeopar dised, und tho common citizen who happens to visit Columbia luis at present little lusiiruneo I hui lie will return home to his wife and children Ute su...

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 July 1888

The*?dvertiser, L O O AL, Icol Aiiothercnr load m" pura Luke toe, ?MM received nt KIO NN li I) v linos. Mr \V..f. Loa ko spoilt a lew days in liUureiiH HMS week. Mr. Samuel Sbnrard, ol' Ninety six. Visited LauroiiN /asl week, Messrs Dorroh l-'orguson mid Lurry lloyd arc hourn apondlng vacation, Miss Hollo NVrighl carno up htsl wonk from school tn Columbia to spend \ ueu lion. Mr. .1. W. Todd mid lum i ly aro drink il? ortho roiiutaliiH ot' heal iii ut Porter Splines, (?a, Contract.>r Hud- ns |,as a largo lore of liands :,t work on tho north portico ,,: ho"Courl House. C.tpt. lt. 11. Hi I; m ; ii I tying n now foundation in put, C.r tho Nulli l? ;. cm portie,,.a tho Court House. Mr. and Mrs. J. K.Cooper sp m ? f, u days last week in ti.n, v visiting I ho relativ es ol' i lu roriuei*. Miss .lanie Simpson ol" Peiulh lon, and Miss Simpson or Vtlailta, are visiting relatives it 1. 11 li i mils lu t >w n. I?r?f N. S. Harris, .ir, assisi ml tciicher In tho Johnston ?Malo and Pcmulu I...

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 July 1888

THE ROAD TO VICTORY. mt : 1 : , : Vd ; - .0 W A noon s l'Ali'l Tho Sit mit lon. Tlio nomination of Alle n Grunborry Thur mun nfl tl.?? candidate for ti? vlei presidency put tho finishing touch upon tho selection of UK mon ? hind wh n tho PeiuocrnUcho.slsv.lll march In No eui ber m \t. t onSldoring tin I ilene s <d Mr. Thurman's consent lou eiiudhl cy. I lie enthiisinsm nod streu til ol lils sup] ri rrs woro marvelous Tho nomination ls n tributo lo lila Deuiocrt .> < ? which tl c ol '. man must noi ls bi ni ?tl t Tho know him Un hooded ii1 Int n tives of ... ! most a very coull ls a to? . t '. ring to thc . is i, I" nirv pr 1 n fault has Ls n Tho Den ra< > broach::-- \ i w ar i the fill! Hose ? bo lu '. : hold to a l . ? grar. I ?ol.di.y ali I os) Clevc:i;:i l's c< give the no pl Ei:.:.:.s*.ra-.. :. Whs ley ?r th< the lit : c ? v its s?lc ll n rei the Den the miu ' it Will oom i . h;Suv::f .: J i and throup, lon to tl c i?.; i ? . rltoi ? V. |<1 P ?.- heit ft ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 July 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. - i NOMINEE OF THE REPUBLICAN | PARTY FOR THE PRESIDENCY. Th? grandson ol rIn- nihill Pres ident ol thu United Slates hus been made l>y the voice of Hie ttopubli- | enes or his Slate ol Indiana a cnn- j didute for leadership of tho party in the Presidential campaign of 1888.* "Blood w ill tell" is a sas ii.g whose truth is proved hy histoiy ns well as by ever;, day experience in the great modern republic where every man stands for himself, and Wlieil he COIliea before Ibo people, cannot ?sk for support on account of his ancestry. Mis forebears muy bequeath bim the quanti? .. and n.il by reason of his birth, that his .sword Hashes in tho van of tho charge. No furn i ly tree offers Itself a ladder to political distinction in till? country, though lim limber Which the family tret* yields may furnish thc material for'a ladder lo fume. lt is sometimes said if one's...

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 July 1888

The?-Advertiser. J. {'. GA /:/./.Y<>"/ <>.Y, KDITOH Bubaorlptlou Prlco--ia Montas, $1.00 l\\ Y A lt IN VD VA NIM'?. Untes l*oi* Advertising. Ordin?r' A d vorllsouientH, poi' s?pvnre, < ino In? -r tldn, $1.Oft; eue h ?u''-'' [ii-MI m T t'l.'U. 50 e?ul -. Mbornl i-" luci ibu nuulo lor largo A <l vorti-souicnl.s. LAU lt 10 XS, S. t: July till). ISM I'. L\ MLM low \ s, Kdtlor pw i< i". Clovolntul hus huon described :1 man of destiny. N'allons und gov? oriinuMils lift ve risen and nf loi- per forming i luir fu in lions in 1 ho Worlds driinia have passed nwny to live only in history, "Westward t !i<- course of on? pi ni lakes its wily." Mom li -t - urguc t hui rul?is of I be people uri;ordained oft(od tiftd uri instruments in his band for work-? it i he problem ol nil! ion for 1 he . ? liUiiv* of eivilizittlOib .ii'i'vi i' Uh-volo lid's pnlilienl re cord i- opeli, b 'ld MI ! 11 olin (, - ? i. : ! - lie ?ls liol insensible tn tliesfln if malicious c ii'u im. im 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. — 11 July 1888

y he? Advertiser, L O O .A. X_, . An epidemic of wi.:,\ti% ,is ported m iiii..; rollin,unii>. Kxlrn rubbers foi- .Mason's |. niil ?I J. o. <. Pleading A CVl,H I Call on j, n. <?. , .-,,.",,"., tV l.rult Jura ,.NM;. nih|i| ls KrfklnoCollnKo lian eoii7o7rVd tho do grooof Doctor ol Divinity upon KIM \ Coko Sim! ||, Mra. Lula Donn <-i Mt, Ploasmit, H .. burled at Mt. p|0 saul ,.."" ," , Wodnosdny, Hain is Hinch noodeil in s arion i seo .Huns nf ih? '.uv. Tho ri cold show ers Reenia t.. have hccu par! ?ul ; Anotheronr loan of puru Lake loo, ;,,., revolved at K i : N N i : 11 s i titos Catlyt Alu?a- Kike bas rot u mod loan t tho (Jallem, Millituiy KI-IIOOI, an.I since his ur ri val bas hi. u very ill. Th?? iititoi of Tim A nv mi ri MK it re lin ns tnankH for an In.vilalion lo ni lend thc p?enlo ?it Power ..a : ii.' in ho i Cadets dary Wallu mid S.'K. f iaiiliii'. lon lu? \ o rej tl pied ii. I ia- 1'harh -mn Militai v Arad m \ . Missis Pinrel. Jije?os, oriMliiron, mid Anni.. Ag...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 July 1888

SCIENTIFIC SQUIDS. Lightning cnn be MOD by reflection 0 dis tance of '?00 milos. During tho inst flfty years tho climate has so changed that n man can li vo at au altitude of a tenth of n milo higher than beforo. According to Pasteur and Cbamhorlund, ] typhoid bacillus i^ la ninety-nine oases out of u hundred communicated through drink tog water What may bo of great va l ao in ship build lng and watch making is tho discovery timv steel mixed with 8-1 per cent, of manganese becomes nou-maguotio. A Frenchman claims to have Invontcd a thermometer so sensitive that its iudex needle will deflect two Inches upon tho on tranco of n person into tho room where il iitus been p'.aci 1 lt has bcOU stated that railway trains in England uro uow driven nt an avorage speed 14 ?KT cent, higher than it was twenty years ago, with scarcely more than half tho quail tity of coal A workman In tho Carson mint has dlscov ercd that drill points, healed lo u cherry red ; and tempered by ticing driven into a P...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 July 1888

^^^^^''''''"'""^"'^'''''''"""""??????nB^^ _ _ #lic ( ?t'aurcii.'i SUtiertiser. 17"/ \ ! III 7. C. a-ARLHTO-TOlT, v . ? t . v . , ? T , , VOL. Ill *..?...LAURENS, S. C., WEDNESDAY. JULY 18, 1888 - - - NO -,i _ ' -v. -....?. . .?.ja/,/* Pu/jtilr In Ailvaucu, ?IV./? * / I. -r----------. I ?iliii?ii?- riiii?iiiiii>i)l<MiJ)jMijl)Mij,---B-.,.__ _ A RP AND THE EDITO] BILI REPLIES TO COMMENTS i HIS REMARKS. party in Ei;gor than Pi lntlpln, Eise B< aeor?lu Editora would Whoon Cm Up Han l ion A Perplexing Finteo ul-Polit Our Fortunato Esaapo, A tlunln < 'DM I i i ul inn. Ii ?oom - in I rou hi o HOIIIO VI Rcnsitive gcnlloinou that Hill .\ nu lil Hw democracy di' lim ooi hail w ?illili Its ranks throe I' url til tho lovvor grades ot- nortliorn ?.?..ly. If this is not inn', nay ir it ?- triio, w hy moko :i fus? I CHUKO lilli Al p aol BO ? I hat t Ltopublicuns ni tho north ropre.se her v. call ii nilli CU lt (tro a lol pr n ? . -1 ovory hotly h now? who h 1 mveloil north ami mingled v...

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 July 1888

Tile ?Advertiser. J. O. CrdlifjfN G ifO.iV, KI) ITO II. Bubsoriptlou Prica--12 Monteo, $1.00 PA YAHLU IN A I) VA NC !?). Untos for Advertising. Ordinary Ad? vortlaotnonts, nor soltare, one inser li>>n, $1.00' 'oneil ?iliUHoquOlU Inser tion, wi couts. Ltborul rodboth II : i do for larg? Ad Vortlso uont.s. LA UTI UN S, S. C, July 18th. 1888 Tho Association of Cl abs. If onthitsiosi ! fount fornnything in ii political cn ni pu I pi, tlio rocont convention of young democrats <>f ovory stuto mid Territory in tho Union, which mel i?-. Baltimore, will oxorl u powerful Inllucnco In tho cause. 11 was liol a convention of polltl clnns, bul young mon fresh (rom tho people, who represented tho views of th PCO) le. Tho states vf\ Pennsylvania, illinois, I nu hum, New Voil, un i ohio, sont lu the largest delegations; Pennsylvania leading Within)dureront clubs, some of which were ^presented hy us manyas live delegates. The object in view in thc formation ol tho As sociation wa- not to ...

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 July 1888

JP.he*?dvertiser. '.-?.-.!?- -. 1 -> X-. o o .A, x_,, Th? Bpurlutlliurg militia wiil do tho ptopor thing by.mil!:; through i.aur OHM in going ovor (.> ? Iroonvillo's (.lulu. Bids aro asked for (ho cou! rael to point our mogul Hoon t Court House, Willoh is Boroly in m eil ol thal article, Dlotl on Wedin iihty last, au infant sou oT Mr. C. h. Pallor of Motiulvillo, aged is month i. Tho go<nl nowa conlon from ovory cor nor of tho county that tho ruin of Sun day was general. In Consurpicitco far mers appear to ii" in cxcollonl spirits. Joli' Darksdale, colored, was before JualiccOopolund las! week on Ibo cbargi of ehlokon stealing. The stain failed to provo that Ibo deed was eonimitted in Lauroits county and the dofomlanl was released. Court ot Sessions convened on Mon day, Jmiga Witherspoon presiding. The crop nf criminals appeared short and henee on Tllc.xduy tho Mi sslons bu tinosa closod. A few assault and bi Merv ami concealed weapon oases constituted thu work. Tho annual ...

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 July 1888

MANLY ACCEPTANCES. FULL TEXT OF THE CLEVELAND AND THURMAN SPF.CCHEb. I'residcnt Cleveland's Appfalt. Olivet ly '.> the Hi-arts <if tho A morir?n Pooplc. ? splinter Thurtunn'a lt Worthy of tho 1 Man Who Will l?o rico President. President Cleveland's speech to tho no- . t Klent ion commit loo accepting tho nomi- j nnthm of tho St. Louts convention is ns j lol low s "I cannot but bo profoundly Imprcscd ! when I seo nbottt ino tho mosscngors of thenatiounl Democracy, bearing its sum- i mons to duly Ti io poli'i al patty t<> which 1 owo nllcj lauco both Itouora ami ! commande mo lt places In my 1 und lite proud standard and bids mo bear it high ut tho front in a butilo which it wagos bravoly bocnuso conscious of right, con i fldently bccatit o its t rust i * in tho pt opie, ; amt soberly heenuso it comprehends tho ; obligations which success imposes. Tho message which you bring awakens within mo tho liveliest sense of personal grath | ludo and ?alt-feetien, and tho honor \ wh...

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 July 1888

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER, [From Our Uogular .Corrospondontj Washington, July 18 1HS8. Mr. Cnrnum chairman of the na tional democratic com in lt too, Ima been in tin? city Tor several days In consultation with Mr, Cleveland; Senator Gorman und others. He positively refused to be Interview ed, but from nnuther Kooree I leni n that be is very confident of demo oratio success. Ho winks lu ll sort Of comical wny when tobi Huit the republicans expect to curry Con necticut, New York mid New Jer sey, ns much ns io say, they may another yoar but not this one. Commissioner Coloman certain ly has reason to feel proud ot bis administration ortho Agricultural Department,when he rocives such -COmpIl mon ts of tho one paid bim by .Senator Plumb ut the meeting or the Senate commit too on Agri culture. The question under con? siderntior. was tho proposed trans fer ortho weather bure...

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. — 25 July 1888

fe : AC i M Hi- u,Af$rnn ir . 1 tfristrial i\ud/r\ vu-'.sl proaporily, 111 ?$Re nj >-? ftworo ! *vU?|t?Ms> whore money tio-.vv r.-rciyondFoM heroine ! ^,11 ,fUy wealthy-$vo?i ia com rfcunfli . in . - lavorabb--w > lind Muuji? ivhonr.o "lo^iuos" ?n.tiiiol illy, hideod, w . 'S i ! mon willi equal na tnral ?iMllt&. equal training, whoso U^jfo" rqiuil ami who ll ,. .sann- business, mir rou nu Ut engage with I ot al ly one makes ?: l'ai li?, W h, ' In i;: Ol' "i (ed, Inil (rue, jlyil ottsi I,-rt i dc ron I read ll ?- Tho illili Ce- ola. accent 1 maj", itv duo tb ? milnes na und |?Ufl io rftio for |)isto.ofjiJUi' e'ui'-.'.y we can (ind iiiff i \\ H who dre engaged in l'av ili lng, anti who have?made money, desoll? Ibo many disCoUragonicints which frightened others who are tn every wily belier prepared to meet thom. Moil are ti be found In every e immunity, Who have nial.- the iii isl hu ni ble beginnings, and p a-hups after routing land ai whi?i appen:. -il a high pri ;e, buy...

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. — 25 July 1888

Hi O O -A. IL, Wo always ?attiOIll lt ? personal favor for lrionds to K?vo nu local ?ICIUM. (?no hundred tickets lo (Iroonylllo wore sold ut tho O ?.v L depot on Mon day. The annual catalogue ol the hiiiui-ns villo Ki malo College iv ?ll Le issued In ll few days." liase hall in . I ron ll*, die in tho gamo of Or?fljVlll? vs. I.aun ns resulted in favor o? i ho former. A now plow stock is tho latest paton I liv tho Parket on Co. ol this pince. It is now aim original. When a candidato ?'?ves ynti t ho hand shake,I ho next thing in order is tho milk-shake. A Survivors Kennion will lake nineo at I,anford oil Aug. 15th, Which w ill be tlouhtless ho largely attend? 'I. Kruit appears to ho backward on this market. Peaches brinn fancy prices nnd arc hard to Omi at any price. Tho Laurens Ounrds left on Monday for tho (Ircenvillo encampment. Thir ty-six mom hors composed tho company. The LAUTOUR L on Works have dulah* ml a largo lot of splendid cane milla ami ba ve shipped se viral to di liero...

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 July 1888

CLEVELAND'S ANCESTORS. OUR PRESIDENT COMES FROM gA STURDY LINE. \.N1?. Anfericau llnnrl Kind afterward his work, mid ol niuo of 1861 Tho City of Cleveland, <>., H'M Named tor Ono of HU HclittloilH - How ttlO Name . llceanio "Cleveland" ItiRteud ?>f "Clcuvo land"-Other Matter.?. President Cleveland end his family huVo boon Bomowhat treated of in tho news papers, but lhere is no fuller exposition of all malters connected with them than will bo found in "Appleton's ?N'ow Cyclo pedia of American Biography." Tho fin?t volume of lids contains all tho Clevelands of oronituoneo In American Iiistory, und notwfew of theso will ho unknown to tho average reader, (?rover Cleveland him self ls descended from Moses Cl ve land, who left Ipswich, county of Suffolk. England, In IO:]."), and Bottled at Woburn, Mass. This man was tho great grand fat her of tho great-great {jraiidfuther of Grover. President Clovo? ami's grandfather's name was William, and ho was ii silversmith and watchmaker n ...

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 April 1890

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. WHAT OUR CORRESPONDTS FIND TO RELATE. ..inion Sunday Behool--l*orso??ftl -A Iturmni'. ami Other Nows Trout Tum i < i i H i-. Shoals. Mr. Spoon wan tho first to put seed in tho ground, that wo have hoard of ut this pince. Hut thon .Mr. S. is ul ways n little previous, except in tho mumicr of his eating. Mr. II. Humbert, of ErsklnoCol logo, cunio over home on tho 1st Sunday to enjoy bis birthday (lin tier. His handsome physique wast viewed with pleasure by bis many warm friends. Too Tumbling Shoals Union Munday Behool w?.s put in work ing order on tho first Sunday after? noon. Mr. N. .1 ispor Mcdl?ck is tilQ sn peri nt .wulcnl. ile has boen .lunnOCtcd With Sunday School work for many yours, and is a faithful worker in thu vineyard of bis Master. .Mr. Sa m md Dull was elected teacher of the bible ch<*s; .Mr. ll. Lindley teacher of du?* No. Mrs. J. A. Bagwell t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 April 1890

dEV. DR.TALMAGE THE BROOKLYN DIVINE'S SUN DAY SERMON. Subject: 'Duticaaud Responsibilities of Ilu-diics* Mc?." TRXT "lt is naught, it t? naught, saith the butler, but when he is your his icatl, then he bnaslcth.' - Proverbs xx.. 14. falaces are not such prisons as tho world imagine*. If you think that tho only tum? kings and queens come forth from the royal gates is in procession and gorgeously at tended, you aro mistaken. Incognito, by day or by night, and clothed in citizens' apparel or the dress of a working woman, they como out and see tho world as it is. In no other way could King Solomon, thc author of my text, have known everything that was going on. From mv text I am sure he must in disguise, some" uay have walked into a storo of readv made clothing, in Jerusalem, and stood noni the counter and overheard a con versation between u buyer and a seller. Tho merchant put a price on tho coat, and tho customer began to dicker and said: "At> surd ! thal coat is not worth what you...

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 April 1890

CURIOUS FACTS. | ' A bee raiser in Virginia says that his bees have boen making honey ever since Christmas. . Hotel keepers say the demand for hot, water ns a bevcrago io superseding tho dc nand for ico water. In England all dogs hare to be muz-, tied. A lot of thieves mako a business' of stealing tho muzzles. At Meibom nc, Australia, on January 22, thc thermometer registered IBO de grees in (lie open air at noon. Tho .Russian Czar taught a farm about the size of tho State of Texas thc other day. Ho is now tho largest landowner in the world. Several recent cases of thc grip in italy havo boen followed hy a lethargic lleep which tho doctors are unable to overcome, and thc patiouis* lives are in danger. The wettest place In the world is Cher rapongee, in Assam. The avorage an nual rainfall there is 610 inches. Tho average annual rainfall of tho world is thirty-six inches. At La Harpe, III., two lads, Clarence Baintcr and Sammy Matthews, engaged in "a ba?ana-cating contest." Clarence a...

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 April 1890

e.._ ./. C. GA ULI KU'J ox* i: HI TO I Biibs^rlpttcM iJrI:o-A?Mouth3, $1.00 J ' A Y A ML E 1N AIJ V A NOE. Katopfor Advertising.-Ordinary Ad rortlsomonts, por squaro. One insor tlon, $1.00; caril subs?quent inser tion, 50 cont?. Liberal reduction inado for largo Ad retr'souionts. I, A UREN H, S.C., April 22nd, lsOO. Tho Candidato tor Governor, lit? it .stud to tin? credit of Lau rens County, tint While tho farm ers aro over ulive to think and to act iii politics, and while this \? conceded to be tho banner Till mun county of tho State, and ns well, tho foremost tn tho WOT!: of the v ?v Alliance, there 'cns not yotbeon an Effort even, SD far as we c tn seo. to tur*nvthe Alliance ?''to a political niachineV!11 {UU county. Time wlfrvshww th?( th0 1;"-'",,',i< of Laurens ht&<2 ?cl(id vv,>n ln tl,l,;cfl steering- the AllltfftT c,ettr of th> shoals upon which t?Htf-y "notdi^p well-Intended orgnnl/.tYulUi /Tia< foundered. Not that Ibo fa rm ors ?shotild by any means be i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 April 1890

LO PAL, Mr.timi Mrs. VT. li. Fool.of lindon vis ItOil his lat lier .Mr. Goo. fj, Vovl last woo!:. Tho County Pnrmor's Association will woo*, on snleday to oxpross itself on ibo Mardi Convontion. Captain's Tlllinsu'ti Canvass of the Stato ivill bogia at I.aurons, wo hUYO not loni'U .u tho ?.late. Col. J. Ii. Wharton linn declined ibo '??ec for ro-oteotinn owing ?o pressing ito? marni? of private business. Mr. Thus. P. Way Las purchased tho Simpson (ihioo, in "Brooklynami w ill ?alio possession in nhnut three wooka. Tito MjtocllllvoCoinitdttooof tho Stato Board of Health meet hero to-day in tho o?iuo of Dr..'. I'. Simpson, to trans met t ho html nos? of t liylr annual session. Congressman I'm ry has pot.ltinned tho post-oftloo department for anew post-! o'llfoatMr II, I?'. Dwi ag's to bo called MOwiugs," Wi T. Hunter ia rouuinmeu- I 'led as ?lost master. 'Pim many friends of .Miss Mary .1. Vuld villi leam willi pain of her death, which occured y storday at tie-homo of Mer brothor, Mr....

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