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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 January 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Tho Hurled Mother. Out by tho walls Of it Danish town Tho i'iiivrH stood ood ns tho night came flown. Tho Aiuoliis prayer hsd loni* been said. And tho bell tolled out tho psalm for tho dead ; lt sw ii mr for M whllu from tho darkening stopple, "Otlt Of the depths," mid priest and people, .j in . UK li nil tho cloeo-Ml town and towers. The doors vere shut fer the sllont hours. Hut a moth. r. burled for half a year, Woko with a cry Inti In her ear. She roso with the vague sleep still lu her head And clad In the ibrotld thut wraps tho dead. Mio left the cold ?rave under tho walls. And took the street lo her husband's halls, She- felt Dor Imic-dead hoHoin ncho. For her seven elli dren wera all awake; And none lind broken thom bread thal ul,/ht, Or poured I hem drink, or trimmed a light. And none had I it I . I tlx tn pillow er sheet; The dn-l ?f tho day wi s on their feet. Two strove for an ctnhty Clip, ...

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. — 6 January 1886

The Advertiser. J. C. a ARLINGTON, JSDITOR, LAURENS, Jan. ?th, ! S \ ?ub?crlptlon Prtce--ia Mouth?, $1.00. PAYA11LE IN ADVANCE. l?Ht?H for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, personare, fnu inser tion, ?1.IHJ; encl) BUbscquoiH inser tion, M) OOlltH. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad Tortlaomoats. J. c. OAR! . NOTON A CO., Proprietors. Tin- A<>\\ Vrar. To-dny wo enter upon a New Year. Ono moro mile-post that marks the journey of life, has been roached. Another twelvemonths With its record of good or evil has past from us forever and become u part of history. To some, it may have been a year of trouble und disaster; its story may be one of woe; yet, however dark tho shad ows may ?eon. to gather as we look back over thc year that is past, WO And that cadi cloud bas bad a silver lining. No Ufo HO dark but that some ray of light lins for f\ time dispelled the gloom, nor any so filled with pleasure that a restropoct will not disclose a trace o? pain. Standing upon tho threshol...

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. — 6 January 1886

The Advertiser. LATHENS, Jun. (JU,, \XH{\. LOCAL JTIOMS. Cotton buyers aro on u "loaf.** Good ?liant? ring through Heaven like ? boll. A (Jr;tiul HnM will be Arranged for tho l Ith of Fo hr uar j*. Our town lins had a IttttgnilU'Onl tratio during Hie past few wooka. All ?mr schools opened willi un in oroascd huuthor of pupils af tor tho holi days. Tho World's Week ?f Pre ver opened j Sunday, Jan. :><l, and will closo next Hui day. Tho happiest faces soon on the streets those ?lays, belong to merchants who ail vert ?se. 'l'he collogo hoys, who have boon spond ingChristmas at homo, have returned to their duties. Capt. H. lt. TILLMAN ?hicieres that he will not ho a candidate for Oovernor of South Carolina. The corporators of the Columbia, New, berry and Laurens Railroad will meet lu Columbia on the nth Inst. During the ahseneo \ the editor, next week .J. T. JOHNSON Ks<p, will have charge of THU ADVKIITLSKU. A number of young pcoplo attended balls at Clinton and Orceuwood and r...

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. — 6 January 1886

Mn*?Wi*HrHiHM*ifmflr*# WOHK OF OCR LA%^AKER8> A I.I.ST OF ? Ml'OUT ANT ACTH OK TI1K OK.NKttA?. ASSI -Villi Y, rS""+ I. IM?'- ?nd Old Uwi ni ?ult? over to Suit t'?i> Tiiup?.-1 he UeHult of n Hard-Work lng Scullion. Tho following is a list ot' tho Acts passed at the recent session ot' the General Assembly, omitting those of piin-1>. lucid interest : An Act to incorporate tho Chicora Savings Bank, of Pelter, South Caro lina. Au Act to amend tho law as to the sale of real estate adjudged to bc sold. Joint Resolution to authorize the county commissioners of Clarendon county to apply tho surplus from the Iail fund and tho tax collected to iquidato tho deficiency in thc ordinary county account for the year 1882 to tho liquidation of deficiencies in ordi nary county expenses tor the year 1883. Au Act to change thc time of hold ing tho summer term of (ho Court of General Sessions in Barnwell county. An Act to amend Sections 153, 154 and 158 of tho General Statutes of this Stute rela...

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. — 13 January 1886

mMUmmW?????mmmmwg?mwmmwmmm~M-m*mmmmmmmmmm---^-.-.- .- ........ . ' ._[_ jpi 1 1 ' . i.n. sm i _j jj m.u. [W. ;L- _. ?j . ... . __ VOL. ?. LAUKENS C. H., 8. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1880. NO. 24. i iii ?uni Death. There ls danolng lind drinking and lani*liter niel snap, Hut tho bnno tu tin? oradlo smiles not with tho tim.II:- ; There lt* Bllunt lan., utlng mid nmows hot tea r. But a ??milo wreaths thc tn co of tho dead <>n th- blerj Why lho (junco h r n birth? Why the tenr fur a deuth? There'd thc punting or woo in an Infant's first brent h, Min kllOW net tho limos for their Mutlos or their tears, When |f I tm li>,:,e wonhl liio.'in tho air wares with tl - . ?.eon?. A da v ls a liri ? ? nw-what 1? death but a nicoli? \\ hen pion <!o?... o'er ttio wino oup 'tl? treach erous ami (JcO|>, True hato I? b?*ol ? I unco-FOO not the content Or tim thron? ulngiug songs through a lifo Hmo iltapent. They rise MU IT from oouohea or down In tho mora And blush .-<? ?.no swoal-il...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 January 1886

The Advertiser. J. C. G ARLINGTON, EDITO ll, LAURENS, Jan. lath, 1886. latoiorlption Prlce--ia Mouths, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Untos for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, One Inser? tlon, $1.00; each subsequent inser tion, 50 oontfl. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON A CO., Proprietors. Hasty Legislation. Tho State Constitution, whether wisely or unwisely, pr?vidos that the General Assembly shall meet on the fourth Tuesday in Novem ber annually; but we know of no law that requires that Important hotly to adjourn, at all events, on the eve of the Christmas holidays. The intention of the Constitution is that the General Assembly shall meet annually to grant tho people such relief as legislation can give. While the people require economy, they are not niggardly. They want the Legislature to remain in session long enough to carefully consider all measures brought be fore it for action. It is not insisted that the members of the Genera...

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. — 13 January 1886

The Advertiser. LAURENS, Jan. 18th, 1880. LOCAL ITEMS. Thoro uro sixteen prisoners In iii" Laurens Jail. Tno mercury ls nosing about Koro. Pleasant weather! Mr. Hi AS Cox and family I? a vc movod ti> town. Thoy livo In Jersey. Our press work ls necessarily bad this wook on account of tho extremely cold weather. It's said that women arc a delusion. Well, most men aro VOry fond of hug ging delusions, Our "devil" is out of humour. The ADVBRTISBR is out of wood, but in all other rospeots we aro above par. We call attention to tho ad. of .1. A. & H. C. Close in another column. They arc enterprising and experienced young mon. Our "dovlL" is mad and our managor went courting and stayed all night; hut tho ADVERTISER will be on tl mo ail the samo. Mr. I. M. Robertson has made arrange ments to lit up tho post-olllee with lock boxoH. This is a long-hit want sup plied. Stock in our Buildingand boan Assn satlon will bo sold at par for next thirty days. Subscribo before tho premium is adde...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 January 1886

WORK OF OUR LAW-MAKERS. I ?.FURTHER I.IST OF IMPORTANT ACTS OF TUR GRKRRAt. AWIMBLT. Vrrw LAW? ?nd Old L?w? m*do orer to Snit ?a? Ttatoi.-Tk* ?niau of . Hard-ITork. lag #?..!.?. Act to provide for and regulate tlio incoporuiioo of towns of ICHS than one thousand inhabitants in this State. Act lo authorize the county commis .loners of Llaiiiptou county to open anti construct a publie highway across Coosuwhatcl.io swamp. Actio authorize thu trustees of the Uuiversity of South Carolina to sell eertain property belonging te tho South Carolina College. Act to provide for and r egnlato tho incorporation ol' manufacturing coui pauies in this ?tate. Act to incorporate the town of Mount (Jannel, on the Savannah Val ley Railroad? Abbeville county. Act to proscribo the priorities of cer tain statutory lions. Act to incorporate tho Wilmington, Chadbouruo and Conway Railway Company. Act to provide two additional trial justices for Clarendon county. A Joint Resolution to authorize thc school trus...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 January 1886

vj .. - t fllBljjl^ i'm II mn 'gil ? i i m js?&?&?&&?mW???mS??mW??nW&?^^ VOL. I. LAURENS C. H.. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1886. NO. 25. Tho Well or Saint John. tThe old woll of Saint John In (ho parish of Xowton-Nottajre, GlnmorR-nnshlro, has a Hilo of Ito own, which lu Kcuumlly believed to mn counter to that of th.- ?on, sonie half-milo away.] "Tbero la plenty of room for two In hero, Within tho steep tunnel of old aray-otoiio; ?nd th? "-?ll <s flo dark, and tho spring- so cloa?.r* It ls quite unsafe to jr? down alone." ?'It i? perfootly safo, depend upon lt. Vu.- a crlrl who oatt count the steps, llko tr.o; And If ever I ?aw dour mother's Imnnot, It is thoro on thc hill by tho old nsh-treo." 'Thcro 18 noliody but Hoes Morgan's cow Watching tho dusk on tho mllk-whlto sea. Tl? thc timo and the nineo for a llfodong vow, 8uoh aa I owo you, 'iud you own mc." "Oh. Wllllo, how can I, lu thin dark well? I ahab ?trop tho brown pitcher. If you let go; Tho lona- ro...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 January 1886

JFhe Advertiser. J. C. aAllLINCITOiS, KDJTOlly LAU HENS, Jun. 20th, 1880. Subscription Prlce--12 Montho, ?X.00. PA YA II!, r: IN APVANOK. Untos tor Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vortiHbmulltH, per squuro, Onelnsor ti*?n, il.00; each suh-wqitont inser tion, .V) cents. Liberal reduction made lor hugo Atl vortisoiuoutH. J. C. OARMNOTOIN A CO., Proprietors. Thu Mormons. Ju.^t> nt this timo Congross is greatly Concerned' over thc "Mor mon question. Indeed, Uti* iN nn important question, und it has ut nil times demanded the thoughful consideration <>f Ute wisest and most patriotic statesman. That Mormonism is wrong; nay, Hitit such practices ns they allow aro 'tho gr?ntest curso that cnn blight tho morals of any community, all aro ready to admit, yet after tito repeated ef fort? to eradicate tho ovil by legis lation, it stands to-day ns a re ligious denomination, recognized ns such in tho charter wit io li Con gross grunted. Polygamy is an of? fence against tho law, un outrage upon d...

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. — 20 January 1886

The Advertiser. IJAURKNS, Jun. 20fch, 188(5. LOCAL ITHMS. There aro olovon nowspapor tuon in Congress. For sovoraldaya last week Little Uiver wan frozeu over. A friend iu ueod in a frluud who-gen erally strikes you for a quartor. Mr. J. M. VINANSKA has moved ids Jewelry atora uoxt door ty MAUI IN & Ft; LLB H. Mr. JKO L. "YOUNO has opened a Reef* ruarkot in one of the atnro-room* of thu ROUBRTSON Block. Tho now Council hu i been ?worn in, but unless they on fore? the law they will soon bo aworu at. The lioek Boxos for the Post Otllco have arrived and will bo placed in posi tion Immediately. Don't forget, to make your returns to the Auditor. Now is the time If you would ?ave trouble. Marriott, on tho 14th Innt., Mr. SAM UEL FRANKS to Miss MAHTUA llcns TON both of Lau rous County Mr. J. E. BURTON, of Newberry, hs? moved with hi*- f?tinily to Laurens, ti. will bo ergngod at the gracOry atoro of PLUSS & FUP-QUSOM. It ia Brid tba?, during tho extremo cold weather lvst week, whiske...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 January 1886

?i i II in lim.ifffrn^ot'' a lh?i UullUiN KiisG. A MAN WHO CUIVTIVATKn SEVENTEEN THOUSAND A? Hi s OK UND. rf ..? \ - Tho .Remarkable Career of Colonel Rich nriliton.-llo KIIM from n Poor Hoy to be ihn Richest riMBter In th? World. Tho doath of Colonel Edmund Bloh? t?rdson, the cotton king of I ho world, Which occurred at Jackson, Miss., on Monday night, wan not un?ke tliat of William II. Vanderbilt in its sudden ness and general character. Ho left Jackson the Sunday before on a visit to Vicksburg, and his son, W. Ii. Rich ardson, who was with him lhere all dav Monday, says he had never econ his farther in better apparent health or in finer spirit*. O t li is return trip to Jackson his fellow traveler? comment* ed on his extreme jocularity. Ho ar rived at Jackson at a little before 10 o'clock Mondav night and went to supper in tho Edmunds House restau rant. Ho intended taking the 1:110 ni^ht train for New Orleans. Aller Hopper ho crossed the si reel to see to some persons who were ma...

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. — 27 January 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 Bonillo Strathoyre? Then"* meadows in Lanark nnd mountains te Skye, And pasturas iii Hlolondnnd Lnwlnndsiorbyo: Dui fhoro's uno greater luck that tho boan could doslro Than to liord tho lino cattle In bonnie Strath tyro. O. H'M np in tho morn nnd nwa' to tho hill, Whoo thc lang Biuitncr days oro BOO worm and Bao still. Till tho peak o' Hon Volrllch in girdled wt' Aro. And tho ovcnlu' lu's Kontlyon bonillo Struth eyro. Thon ther..> mirth In tho shelling and lovo In my drehst, When tho sun is gano donn nnd tho kyo aro al rout ; For lhoro'8 mony a prince wad bo proud tn aspire To my v. iusotno woo Maggie, the pride o' Btrathoyrol Her lips aro Uko rowans In rlpo Blmtner seen, And mild as tho Starlight tlu< glint o'her ccu; Far sweeter her breath than tho .scout o'thc briar. And her voice Is .?weet muslo lu bonnlo Strath oyro, Sot Flora by Colin and Moggie by mo, And we'll danoo to \*x? pipo 1 BWOll...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 January 1886

I. ..J--? A.^r^ " ' JFtie AdverUsef. j, ( \ a. t UL i \t% r< ).v. t;i>i '.' < > /.\ LAURENS, Jan. -Vi ii, f . ;. Bubscrlptlon Price- -12 PA Y A li 1.1 : J N A DVA S'CK. Hute? for Adv? rtlalng. Unary A vorthtenro it?, por ammr '. ?" " lion, ll.un; oneil subK.e'pient uni' timi, .>'? <.< ut?. Liberal rod not lon mudo lor lurg . vortisomoiitv. J. C. OAKLINGTON <: ' ' '.. iVonrl lora, PUt'O ?ttoimitofss? Tooti:* mi ucl, not hil? j!" I ;.!<.?. t-ontcmp* lido than to no s :? m m trylnj^ti* Injure '.ii" prospects ol' n business rival, hy laundering his Character rn- ability 1 i no ! t om pelion o vor tomi . tow tr npv mont. SVi'hout it tho V < : ld <?< stagnate; I?'.'.I anything to tho shape-of a monopoly, w irk, . n ? >. jury. It iii righi for a ?.a. ino - man to nook foi* hi.ni olf all Lh patronage ho can got by "alvin but tho nnin who so ks I'-1 :-- ;i?! >? hy in)tiring his i -. i lower In tho ?eulo of honor than,11 dog. Tito poor dumb bruto only...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 January 1886

^he_AdverUser^ LAUIUSNS, Jim. 27th, I.8K6. mmwB?gm - . . -? 1 esssasss Stop at Orar i OloUe notol, Auguste., Ga. GRAY ii? iv Mouth Carolinian and < in tends a "Carolina Welcome" to all hi? gllWUlM._ LOCAL ITEMS. Moo Important land Halo advortlsod tn this IHKUO. Several nov/ Bcof-tnavkots have h ?on opened in town. Mr?. IIUIY OuANDbKn died at bor homo noar Milton, on tho IOU. lout. J, T. JOHNSON, Knq., made a short visit toGreonwood laut week on busl 110S8, so /?. say8. As soon as tho building ls finished Mr. J. E. WlLKKfl Will ntOVO bis Hook .and Drug Stoic Into tho Hondolla hotel, Court ol' ftoanlot' boganol Abbovlllo nil Mouday. Thocolobratod Forgot'non eu will 1)0 talion up a motion made for ll chango of venue by tho State, In ordor that no ono will mistaho the dato wcYopoat, that on Frida) Ol Fobuury 12lh Dr J. ll. C.VIU.ISM; will deliver a lecture in tho College Chap? I Tho Now York WorUl ls nglbitb \ World's Fair for that city, iii . th ;.. aro boeoiniug too com mon 5 botte...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 January 1886

- - -~ ?< wu, nu aw ,m<BWB P'ilw 111 WWI WM <i ^ >>.V<vO?> i i 1*? KV.. ? Af?ert'',trtroi.< ol ?X7?il:'im<'?.tM? 1? l*ho Thc Ttaftivl int A. iii rr. Un:-, hs* Kp pwyrttftetl $i,SiO r.?r thc purpose ot PiKs.nrivpiiix; prxoitcAi cxriniiiii.- in lin? hu tm re ol' tobacco in Ci? Stale; ?K*} \4> I**- given r.s MM fut nu r in each ponr.iN. VAIO. i rsi by a currun li tee cf ihrer pVmCi "i fi.rniT5, ?nd a pixuniillll ,-?f fbM i.? tbr fanner rvjvorti?g Hie be?.' re*.Hit?v. The H.*?ard bs? i<>ued a circular con taimiu ihr fol low i ugcoudhion*, which nuM bo complied frith: "One acre of land must be culti vated in tobacco. A CONOC? record mn si he kept, showing tho dato of seeding and setting plants, the variety of freed used, Ibo character of tho soil, the quantity ami kiud of fertilizer applied, tile dad** condition of tito weather during the season (tempera ture sud rainfall), tho cost of produc ing tho crop, including every item ot expense connected t bo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 January 1886

? wnw..* > ???<_ > "** '** ->,^?_-^,,... ltuleit Uorernlng .he Exp?rlu??nt.-Te.e * Appointment of i vi"! i i mi-i. I. i ? In tho Movcrnl Counties. Tho Board of Agriculture has ap propriated $l,soo"tor tho purpose of encouraging practical o-ptitionu la ibo culturo of tobacco in this State; $50 lo ho given to une fariner in euell pounty, selected by a committee of I li reo practica! farmers, ami a premium pf $10i) to tho farmer reporting tho bent result?. Thc Board has issued a circular con? faining the following ooudltiona, which must oe oomplietl with: ?.One acre of land must bc culti vate?! in tobacco. A cori cot record must bo kept, showing tho dato of seeding and setting plants, thc variety of seed used, the character of tho soil, tho quantity and kim! of fertilizer applied, thc daily condition of tho weather during the season (ictopera* turc and rainfall), tho cost ot produc ing rho crop, including overt item ot expense connected therewith, tl io ruin. ber of days' w...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 February 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 ---'--- m ? zrxz A Desperate Thought. "What lt thar? ls n<> Hod I" Tho dreadful tbou/rnt Took hideous shape within my mortnl tmiln, Then Instantly my nhuro of mortui pnln Pressed heavier on my heurt. Like ?OHIO great blot, Hurled out on ?paco, sonio bllghtlng- useless spot Kecking- with tears and bloodshed, frrcod nnd tain, This sorrow-laden world Boomed mudo In vain, And but a Kb?"tly Jest, man's anffutshed lot. Tho universo contractod on my sight, Down to tho limits of n prison pen Ita ono dark door, an opening in tho sod. I Hung my arms up heavenward lu affright. ) or sudden madness menaced me-and then I cried aloud, "There is, thero ls n Owl I" -Ella Wheeler Wilcox. MISTAKEN. Thoughtless Words and tho Iletuilt* Tl.oy Wrought In Two Young Lires. A cool breeze blew up from tho river. lt pl aye 4 among thc reeds and tall grasses oft tho hank and ran lightly up tlie slopo toward tho white, mans...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 February 1886

y ll? I jr M. .Wi ^ ititi* LAURENS C. H., S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST If), 1885. NO. 3 A Desper?te Thought. "What if thero |H no God!" Tho drondful tUMR Took hideous shape within my mortal brain, Then instantly my ?haro of mortui pain Pressed heavier on my heurt. Like ?orno seront blot, Hurled out on ?pnce, ?orno blighting useless spot Hocking with tears and bloodshed, greod and rain. This sorrow-laden world scorned mudo In vain, And but a ghastly Jest, man's anguished lot. Tho universo contracted on my sight, Down to tho limita of n prison pen 1U ono dark door, an opening In tho sod. I flung mr arms up heavenward In affright. I or sudden madness menaced me-and then I cried aloud, "Thero is, thero is a Qodl" -Ella Wheolor Wilcox. MISTAKEN. Thoughtless Word* nnd tho Results They Wrought lu Two Young I.Ires. A cool brcezo blow up from tho river, lt played ?mong tho reeds and tall Sasses oft the bank and ran lightly up o 8lopo toward the white mansion on tho hillside, fluttering thc vines...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 February 1886

The Advertiser. J. C. GA RLING TOX, EDT? Oi?, LAURENS, l-Vb. Subscription Prico--13 Slonths, Si.QO. PAYA I1LT5 IN A DVANCI5. Rates "forAdvertising. Ordinary Vd VorMaoinoitts, pornquaiv, tnv ? . lion,. $1.00; ?nc!? Bubscqnvni Inser tion, ">o cont?. , , , Liberal reduction made l>>r largo .vu Vortincnionls. j. C. ?J VRLIN?TON A fO., Proprietors. Farmor TIM.MAN has tiinlcrtli ken a great work. Mo propos i i tv? be tho loader of thc farmers-thc Moses to bring thom out of tho Wil derness. [f Mr. TUBMAN can sue coed Iii making tin; ftirmera of our country s'ce their mistnkes, und :? ho will point out the right conreo and Induce thom to ndopt ii, he will havo accomplished n gre.il work,-a work that will bo of last ing benefit lo Hie who!" country. Hut wo aro, afraid Mr. TILL ?AN'. work will soon turn into moro of :i political than an agricultural cam paign. There ure men who ure ever ready to attribute failures to a defect In tho lawof thc land. ! f farmers are not making money, t...

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