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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 November 1891

Httbaorlptlon Price -111 Months, 91.00. PAYABI.E IN ADVANCK. W. W. BALL, El)iron. 3Uto4 for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vortisoinonts, per square, o*io liiHor lion, 11.00; euch subsequent lnsortlon, la coiiin. Liberal reduction mado for lar?o Ad vcr'.lHumonte. W. W. HAS.I/, Proprietor. LAUKKNh. s. 0H Nov. loth, 1891. Tho Kansas Alliance is truly not lu politics. How sad that Cloveland and Kussell are both Eastern Stars! Ex-president Hayes comes to South Carolina and receives no po lite attentions from Republicans, but If Cleveland should drop in on Us, tho yell of our rod shirt Demo crats would resound through the woods of Maine. If tho Yankees of North Amer ica find themselves compelled to war against the Yankees of South America there will bo a beseeching look east towards tho ex-"rebols" of tho South and no more taunts when tho confederate flag flutters and tho band plays Dixie. Tho Columbia State of yester day contained twenty-four pages and was printed on book paper in a new dres...

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. — 10 November 1891

LAUKENS, 8. C, Nov. 10th, 1801. LOO .A. Ij ; Mr. Hi Tompleton is authorized to take subscriptions for the Advkiitisku. Mr. Samuel Harnet, or Georgia, la vla iting relatives in the city. Col. F. A. Connor, of Cokeabury, was hero last woak. Tbo uoxteveut?Mrs. Tom Thumb on tbo 13tb. _ Y'.Avn Cbri8tmus inouoy by getting now subscribers for tho AovmiTismt. Wrlto to thisofllco for particulars. Treasurer Mock is still onhls rounds and will bo for a week longor. Tho of lice is of course closed lor Mio prosent. Mr. Man Nash, of Groouvillo county, lost bis barn and stables by Uro, proba bly ?f Incendiary origin, Saturday night. Mr. Joo Burton lost a cabin on his Now berry place worth $120 by an acci dental lire last weok. Happy and content Is a home with " Tho Ro Chester; a lamp with tho liKht of tho morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co., New York. Charlie lhnnsido lias about rocovorod from his broken leg and will bo ablo to return to collcgo this wook. Look out for Dr. Eh M. Caine's ...

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. — 10 November 1891

UGLY HO^j? t?iiiMi!,l... tour., of t|,? ?j, ???>. A?t>?ili.li.triOI?.| ;,. |,?a,,?? w?, ?^Plucky H??,h Am^rieu^W^11'' R {Pick a OmhtwI. y^y^^ Was a fl'ittt'r '^Vxejiement In olllcial W circles iiij^tVios morning over the San tiago ^^^cabb^?1'1 announcing the r/'i^Tof n^unt'JiU&faetorj response in tlie^rfimta to representatives ot .^Jhel>rfU'd States, and saying that the j;>r(finorV?* crow were practically "boy c .Med" at Valparaiso. 2Saval officials discredit the latter statement aud believe its foundation Iks In the prudent course adopted by Commodore Schley respecting granting leave of absence to his sailors during the present condition of excitement. Ko word has been received at the navy department from the commodore re porting any new phitseiu the situation. At the department of State a cipher cablegram from Minister Kgan was re ceived this morning. The cablegram was translattd and laid before the President about noon. Secretaries illaine and Tracy were im mediat...

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. — 17 November 1891

V?l^VII._ LAURENS, s7c? TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1891. NO. 16. THE KANSAS ELECTION. THE THIRD PARTY MEET8 A WATER LOO ON CHOSEN GROUND. The Old FartWn Combine and Clean It up In KiiiiMiH-itrHcnriii;: the Arrogance of the New Parly Leaders*. I'realrleat i'olk But* It I* all ltlcht. Leavknwokth, Kan., Nov. 5.? Tho combining of tho republicans with tho democrats ugaitiHt the people's party in many parts of Kansas Tuesday really began in the last legislature, whero the two older parlies, in order to aceomphs 1 anything, wero forced 10 combine, Bo fore tho election last fall it was tacitly agreed between the leaders of the demo* cratlc party and the alliance leaders that if the democrats should nominate tho old war governor, Charles Robinson, of Lawrence, for governor, tho alliance, convention would indnrse tho nomina tion aud in roturn the democrats wero to accept tho man the alliance selected for lieutenant governor ou the democratic ticket. The alliance convention and the democratic couv...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1891

inscription Pries 13 Montbs, 91.00. ) PAYABIjH in advance. \V. W. HALL, EDITOB, latos for AdyortlHiiiK. Ordinary Ad ? uionts, per square, o-io inaer oo,$l.?0; euch HUonoquout Insertion, r.lhoral reduction in ado for largo Ad vertlBonicntM. W. W. HAI.Ii, J'roprletor. LAUIUONW, 8. C, Nov. 17th, 1891 /Ought n chur'jh nictnbor feol /called upon to voto for his friend for a church oftleo ? Ought a citi zen to voto for n caiuliduto for po litical offlco from motives of per sonal Iriondship? When a citizen votes for a. candidate who is not tho soundest, ablest and honestost who offor?, ho bot rays a public trust, Jtemombor this next year. Tho Clinton Gnzotto has entered its fourth year. A papor of spirit, I onterprl.se and forco is a necessary ' of life in Clinton and such is tho Gazotto. Tho papers that succeed in Laur ' oils add to tho county's happiness and prosperity. May tho success which the Onzetto has commanded ^Mt6t7d it with Increase. Is thoro a legislator in South Carolina who i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1891

jffyht %Avtrtinti> hAUKENS, S.O., Nov. 17th, 1891. LOCAL; Miss Matnlo Farley Is In the city. Mix. Geo. Anderson has been visiting In Spartanhurg._ Lumber has arrived for the now pas nongor dopot. Mayor Dial went to Charleston last week. _ Mr. Albert Anderson was in Laurens last wcok. Mrs. Mary P. Todd and MIbm Mamie Farloy atloiuled the State ball. Mrs. Mamie Dorroh aud little daugh tor aro visiting relatives in town. Miss Hydo Is visiting at M rs. Richard son's. _ An advertisomout of Mieter A* Jamie aon's ;;i-e.it furnlturo houBO appears iu this issue Noxtwcok Dr. Posoy will have some thing to say about the drug business which will prove of vast interest. Roy. Maurico Droaddus, formorly of this Stale, now of Missouri, proached in the Haptist Church Sunday. Happy and content is a home with "The Ro chester; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co., New York. Col. J. W. Ferguson attoudod the mooting of tho board of trustees of the H. C. Collogo at ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1891

?kiuietlnu IN THE NIOHT. ?uaiellmei. 1? ?"<> wheu 1 Mt *nd ah my brain grows hot with a burning (nought '1 Itat struggles for form and wings. 1 can hoar the boat of iny swift blood's feet Ah It tweeds with a rush and a wbirr. From heart to brain and back again, Like a race-horse under tho spur. With my soul's fine ci.r I listen aud hear The tender bIIouco speak. As it leans ou tho breast of eight to rest And presse! hfs dusky cheek. And the- darkness turns In its sleep and yearns For something that Is kin?? And I hear tho mes of a scorehtug kiss. As It folds and fondles sin. In Us hurrying raco thro' leagues of space 1 can hear tue earth catch bcath, As It heaves aud moans and shudders and groans And longs for tho rest of death. And high and far from a dlstaut star, Whoso namo Is unknown to mo, I hear a voico that says, "Kelolcel For I keep ward o'or theo I Oh, swcot and stravgo arc tilfl sounds that range Thro' the chamber of the night; And tho wntchor who waits by tho dim, d...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 November 1891

THE TABERNACLB PULPIT DR.TALMAQE PREACHES ABOUT THE TEMPLE OF DIANA. Continuation of ill* llrooklyu Divine's Series "of Dlscoui ???? on III? Travels In .'he Kant? BU Visit te the City of Kjiho sks Described la Detail. . Brooklyn, Nov. 15.?Dr. Tnlmngo continued this morning Iiis series of ser mons entitled; "Prom the Pyramids to tho Acropolis." His toxt was Acts xlx, 3>i. "Great is Diana of the Epho sians." We have landed this morning at Smyrna, a city of Asiatic Turkey. Ono of the seven churches of Asia one* stood here. You rendinUevelation, "To the church in Smj rna write." It is a city that has often been eliakcn by earth quake, swept by conflagration, blasted by plague? and butchered by war, and hero Bishop Polycarp stood in a crowded amphitheater and when he was asked to give up the advocacy of tho Christian ro ligion and save himself from martyrdom, tho proconsul Baying, "Swear and I re lease thee; reproach Christ," replied, "Eighty and six Years have I served hiae, and he n...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 November 1891

V < &id iff ?sorJythm .Price?12 Months, 91.00. J?AVA7?IiE IN' A'WAKCK. fr. HALL, KDITOIl. for Advertising.?Ordluary Ad rtUornont?, por (square, ono lneor u,*J1.00; oaeh subsequent insertion, units. Jboral roduetlon inado for lar?o Ad jrUnsomouts. W.W. HA KI;, Propriotor. lAuKKNH, N. ()., Nov. 2lth, 1K!M. Will tho Legislature take some action looking to tho adoption of tho Australian ballot law ? What Is the uso talking about prohibition whon oven the times aro tight? When crops nro short long faces aro tho fashion. Peoplo must Strotch something to mnke ends moot. ' With tho proposition from tho Secretary of Stato Tlndal to create tho ofllco of llsh Commissioner bub bles up tho question whether it is intended to bond ovor tho job to tho Columbia Register? Tho Gov ernor must havo fish. Wo hope the Legislature will re frain from tho fantastic in electing a chief justice. Tho Stato wants a genuine lawyer at tho head of its Judiciary. Sounding brnss and affa bility aro not wanted ...

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. — 24 November 1891

LAUBENS, 8.0., Nov. 21th, 1891. LOOAL; Cotton yesterday 7*4 to 1%. Mr. Tom JLeake is iu town. Change in Mlnter A Jamleson's ad noxt week. Claude Uarrett is at home for a few days. _ Mr. L. W. sfrnklus Attended the New berry court last week. Mr. vy. B, Stoddard, or Oreonvlllo, was in town last week. Rev. A. G. Wardiaw and family are Visiting tho Augusta Exposition. Mi. W.i/. Boyd has sold the Honry plaeo on Rich Hill to Dr. W. S. Killings worth. _^ Misses Mamio Clardy and Sue'Hen derson, of Mt. Gallagher aro visiting at Judgo J. M. Clurdy's. Mr. W. R. Rlobey has roturned from a business trip to Columbia, Augusta and othor points. _ Happy and content is a home with "Tho Ro chester; a lamp with the light of the morning. Catalogues,write Rochester LampCo.,NewYork. Attention is called to tho law card of Ball, Slmklnsd; Ball. Mrs. Buoy Evans, of Newberry, has boon visiting her father's family. . The County Modioal Socioty mot yes torday. Tho proceedings woro of an in torosting character t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 November 1891

THE STORM IN ITS L FROM ENGLAND TO IRELAND IT OOE3 GREAT OAlfiAGE. Wrock* Aioas ??.? Irleh CMt-VcItW, JPKnijow, 12." 1t was thoygirf Tuet tu^bV^ai the heavy gale wfeidp^ft prevail A* over Orent lirilau for tfl <fu/i* had paseed ??north into the CJer nmn sea, but K?^ Ins the storm itfotdlll lireyaHfng in southwest Ireland. Adis pffen received thb> raorniug Irom Skib bc teen, lorly miles southwest of Cork, ou tbo river Hen, states that the gale is taking there with groat lury. Many houses at Skibboreen, and some at Aid court, two miles bolow tlio town, are greatly damaged. The gale now pre vailing in that portion of Ireland is be li* ved to be tho first ot the storm which tho weather indications last night showed , wus approaching the coa3t from tho At lantic. Echoes' of yesterday's storms aro ?tili heard. From Karasgate, on the eastern shore of tho Isle of Kent, from which port many Usher men sad daily to pursue their perilous calling, comes in telligence that some of the hardy...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1891

EATJRENS.- g. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1891. VOL. VII. EATJRENS.- g. C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1891. NO. 18. DK. 1'A IMAGE IN ATHENS. WCMDr.P.S OF THE ACROPOLI8 AND ITS SUGGESTIONS. O, OCK1U lo Aero* Tli>' Ji.vhi Where tt>e Atlieninua Dally Met to u< .r ur Teil Some New Thing? si. l'oul on Muri nil?A City Wholly Utven to Idolatry BnooKLVN, Nov. 22.?The congrega tion at tlio Tabernacle, led *?y cornet an ' organ, i w this tnorniug with great power tho hyuin ofIbano Watts^ begin niog: Odr God, our help lu ages past, Our hope for yearn to couie. The sermon, which was on tho xvusvm pobs, Is tho sixth oltbo scrieB Dr. Tab/ m:r c is preaching on tho subjects BUg gosiod by his tour in Hiblo lauds. His tagt was taken from Acts xt?, 1?, ''While Paul waited for them at Athens his spirit was stirred in him, when he saw the city wholly given to idolatry." (t seemed as it morning would never come. Wo had arrived after dark in Athens, Greece* and the night was sleop less with oxpcotnltou, 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. — 1 December 1891

Subscription Price 12 Montai, 91.00. PAYABI.K IH AOVANCi:. r,. ,.. ? ... ,t.~,. -.. W. W. JiALL, EDITOR. lioa for Advertising,?Ordinary Ad jrtiscMiDiitx, por ?quaro, one lnsor tWin, $1.00; each Hubscqunnt Insertion, r.ii cents, Liberal reduction uiado for lar?e Ad vort'aouionta. W. W. It ALL, Proprietor. LAUBEN 8, S. U? Deo. 1st, 1891. The Governor's Message. The advkutiskh can only no tico a fow of the points of the Gov ernor's message. Tho slurs at pnst administrations and compliments to officers of tho present are more advertisements to run "next to reading matter" of a more interesting character. Tho talk of tho "myth" of tho ''Treasury lioservo Fund" Is only w hoax but any sort of investigation is always dosirablo. Tho county government advice deserves careful study by the Log daturonnd wo believe that im provement NViVrV^bo the outcome of It- ^ It is all rubbish about defaulters., and "Incipient rottonness." There havo been occasional defaulters evor sinco Satan began his cam ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1891

LAUBENS, B. C., Dec. 1st, 1891. LOOAL; ICotton yesterday 7*4 to 7>{. A slight snow Sunday P. M. Miss Luola MoGowan, of Abbeville, Is visiting Mn. A. O. Wardlsw. y Miss Lutio Wrlgbt is at home on a visit. _,_ Attornoy Johnson visited Columbia last wook._ Co to the Mlnstrols to-morrow night and forget hard times. Col. T. B. Crews went to Groenvllle on business last weotc. Tho passonger depot is bolng built and will bo a uoat and convenient affair. Dr. Posoy's prlcos are way down. Dr. Posey's customers are way up.. Mrs. Crayton, ot N. ?., has been on a Visit to tho family of her fathor, Dr. J. T. Poolo. _ _ Happy and content is a home with " Tho Ro chcstcr; a lamp with tho light of the morning. Catalogues, write Rochester Lamp Co. ,NewYork. Representative Watts is on tho Judlc ary and Way* *.nd Moans commlttoos, he two most important in tho House. The conference of the A. M. E. Chureh ,vlll moot hero Wodnosday. Bishop Vrnott of Ohio will preside.. Mrs. Delia Martin lett for hor homo...

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. — 1 December 1891

MY BABY BOV. it waybethttf/pitiit). ..-wrea mo, It may b?jUs4?Mi).* f? lyes me, Aid that ?U?ure'K r;vr*y vintage has leaked from tnv cry or Joy; JJuHTiy losses and my crcssna Are to me no more than ?Ina? J* .; Wli.n Molle, when 1 fro!?? with ukIWl", baby boy- | It may 1? that I'm a Firmer With my chan?'?^ mowing tblrv?'r. Tbftt tho gold within my natuio sutler* mucM*oii> ba>e alloy ; BUt L*uo>v that I in iiifllo? , ^^.^attetUUUider felio ?> uiid^^io Mb my _ lH5w wdkry ? ..16'world so ilreary. Atulthat&o?^ <,ltatl()11 luay ,u",,ri my ,n','ifjlWrrnorrr eyes beguiling ^iflange my humor into smiling practice many an nntlo with my laugh* lug baby ooy. When the little follow'** dreaming, g And the golden cascade's streaming From his head upon my bosom, and lie sleeps without annoy, Then I kiss the lips ot laughter, 'thinking that tho great hereftftor Will he cheerless It I cannot frolic with my baby boy. PREPAR?TlbiT8~?t~cTiMSON. Sixty Thousand DolUrn Will be Needed !? ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1891

Laurens Advertiser. Laurens, S. O. SUPPLEMENT. COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW. ^COMMENDATION!? FOR THE OON8IDKR- | ATION OF THE LEGISLATURE. f?'Hsii^<' or ?ovcrnor It. K. Tillinn.it. an l*i< H( iU? (l to Hn- ?;< ?i? i ll As i. nil.i.v. November 31, 1891. ientlemcn of the General Atucmbly: Another year has como and pone, bringing ho period Tor tho representatives of tho peo ple to meet and porform tholr IuiicIIoiih i?s a jart of tho government; and, nt? required by tho Constitution, HO? a duty Imposed upon Iho Execull vo to "givo to tho Oonernl Asscm bly information of the condition of the Hinte, und recommend tor tholr consideration such measures uh ho shall Judgo necessary or expedient." Tho roporU of tho ?ovcral heads* of depart ments and Executive Hoards will furnlsli lull Information and details concerning nil Hinte Institution?; and tliu several departments of the state government, hut 1 will briefly condonsosuch Information as I deem most Important, und which " III old your lio...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1891

_ J misfortune. II would bo worse than a bluu dor which could not bo retrieved ; It wou'?? Re h orlme against ourselves. Wlib sf,01n"y,M rials nlrciirty on baud undwr Jl???'',,,'',>,.or,,"l Cfemson Trustees, with u>< Appropriation or 310.000, supploineuuui ??y yolutib . y contribu tions imd the al" of public-spirited citizens, the Htute oouM make ul least-a respectable nxlilhit; and whatever otbor economies In ~ iTubile expenditures the General Assembly jv<ty dolermlne upon, (In all 01 which I hIiiiII nortlly Join,) I desire to soy In all earnest ness that a rullure to have tlio State properly represented at Chicago would be an net of parsimony that'would cause us to blush. I would, therefore, urge tho election or ap pointment of a proper Commission to tuke charge of tho matter and see that . Car olina shall occupy her proper p.'aco umong her sisters. M luce! t :i neons. 1 now beg to call your attention to some matters of in Inor Importance: as briefly as I can to give y...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 June 1892

VOL. VII. LAURggg,S. C, TUESDAY, JUjlfe 28. 1892. TSTO 4.? THE MAN OF DESTINY. CLEVELAND NOMINATED FOR PRESI DENT BY THE DEMOCRACY. 't he Tic ket In <??<?? i>1i,i. (I by ?b? Numl nMilun of Ali v<UHbo for v i< < ri. .1.1 ? nt. Cleveland Kwcpt K*vrj thlnit l??for? Mini. Chioauo, June 28.?The Democrat io National Convention wus called to or der on Tin ; day by Chairman i'ricc at a quarter to one o'clock, who introduced Itev. John House to open the proceed ing with prayer. Win. C. Owen, of Kentucky, was made temporary chair man, and on takiug the chair he ad dresued the Convention as follows: "Two great dangers menace the Democratic party, one is external, the other internal; trie first is the organ ized machinery of organized capital supported by the whole power of gov ernment; tboHtcond ia the tendency sjimong Democrats to make ibsuea uiiionji 11m him ivt a. Two needs there fore stana before ua iudispensibie to success?unity and harmony. Of the one this chair and gav...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 June 1892

?ubjjorlptlyn Price 12 Month*" ?LOO* PA YABfcJS IN ADVANOK. W. W. /i A EDITOR. Unten Tor Adyortl?uig.- Ordluary Ad v<ir(lHt>inon(N( per square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents, Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vorllHOinentfl. W. W. BALI., Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. CH June 28, 1802. Baby Ruth will rule the roost. It Is Cleve arid Steve, as our Col. Orr puts it. Thoy are going over to the third party where thoy belong, who think the tariff Is not thelssuo. Surely, nobody, not a man, woman or child In Laurens will be longer misled by the cry of other issues in this country than the ta riff. ""Four years ago If wo got an agri cultural college to show our people the science of making two stalks of corn grow where one grew be fore, all would be well. " Tlfke out protection from the Republican platform and It is noth ing. Tako out tariff reform from the Democratic platform and there Is nothing to stand on. Hence, Cleveland. When wo romembar what' big men Q...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 June 1892

LAUREN8, S. O., June 28, 1892. LOOAL; Remember tbe minstrel* to-night. Frank II. Wells is In town. Mr. Adolpb Koppel la In the city. Mr. Will ~Nosblt o( Piedmont visited relatives In tbo city lust week. Mr. AllenBarksdalo has returned from Furman University. C'apt. Job. Ii. Humbert, Conservative Candidato for Comptroller General, was in town Thursday. Mrs. Nenbit of Piedmont, baa been visiting Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Pitta. Mastor ltyTaud Traynham la visiting at Dr. C. A. Saxon's, Huntington. Col. W. 15. Stoddard of tbe~GrceuvIllo bar, wbh in town last week. Mrs. J. A. Copeland left Saturday to visit bor parents in Anderson. Kov.T. II. Trenholm will Hll tbe pul pit of Bethany Church on the Ith Sun day. Services at 11 a. m. Mr. (Joo. Pool has tbe contraot for the eon:olery kcopor's house whloh Ih now i n courso ol oruction. Commoncomeut at tho South Carolina Collgoisiu progress. Tho AnvKRTisKu acknowledges an invitation. Wo will soon pa rail/.o tho trade on lamps; 973.OO worth bought....

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