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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 May 1894

^?e (?duertifegr. LAURENS, 8, C, May 22, 1894. LOO J?Tu. Buttkkick Patterns for salo by 118 at Now York pricos. Simmons Bros. A perfect success was tho verdiot rendered by those who attended the entertainment given for tho benefit of the Episcopal church on Friday even To this it is only necessary to add tho atTalr besides passing off in lost desirablo manner was also a 38? financially. Quito a neat little Iwas netted for whloh thanks are mainly ?lue to Mrs. Hurry Martin, un Utoso able .y.nnagoment tho enter lent was carried through. Tho i nurv was gonorally votod to be the most beautiful of tho tableaux but there could reully bo but little distinc tion mado. Tho children, however, woro particularly irrosistiblo and tho waitor drill was a fitting closo to a boautiful program. The pleasure of tho ovoulng was also onhanccd in no small measure by Misses Mary Greor and Mamio Nolson, who woro kind onough to furnish tho music for the occasion. Miss Alllo Wobb ontortalnod the Myosotis club...

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 May 1894

*"UJIU?HED evjkry TUESDAY. auiuiirrioN ?i.no pan ymaa QOVERHOE TIUjfAH'S ADDRESS. TUB NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLL t;<Ji:. KCuucatton of Woman for Her ?uc ttpliere in Life?A Review of] 10 Work and 1'roxrcM of Higher carntnjr In tsouth Carolina? An ipyeal for Peace Among the Feo Tple. Ladies and Gontlomen: This is a jreat and glorious day for South Caro 'lina. It is a day of promise and bright ?iipo for York County, but the mon ana women whose breasts should bwqII and throb with deepest emotions of gratulutlon and pride are the men and women of Rock Hill?those whose pluck, self*Tolianco, far-sighted busi ness instincts and patriotism made them enter the race for the prize and come out winners. If, as is already elearly apparent, the prize Is a great er, more valuable one than they them selves over dreamed, then I know every ono of you who comes to celo brato the public installation of thin grand institution will Join mo In con gratulations to tho people of this ambi tious, progressi...

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. — 29 May 1894

VOL. IX. ~ LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1894. NO. AWSWEBING THE ALLIANCE. JUJTljl'Ill'M VIEWS AS TO TUB DE MANDS. Ho I? Heady to Discuss Publiu Issues ?Caucus Cannot Ulud HIm < '<>n sclenoe?The Hub-Treawory a Hack Numbor-obpoNcd to Government Ownership or the Huilrouds mid Telcarraphs?Favors au Income Tux and llopeal of the Uuuk Tax. [Senator Butlor has replied to tho questions propounded by the Farmers' Allianco, and under dato of May 12, 1894, ho sonds the following answer to Mr. T. P. Mitchell, chuirmuu oxccu ttvo committee of tho Stato Alliance. The .quostious and " demands" aro omitted by us, because tlioy aroalroady known to our readers, and wo givo tho reply of Sonutor Butlor to the questions askod :] Taking up tho questions of your lot tor in thoir order, 1 bog to say In re sponse to tho lirst, I will discuss any pubiic question tho people may desire to havo discussod, and us tho "finances of tho country" aro legitimate and S>roper subjoots for discussion, I w...

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. — 29 May 1894

1 <|fce GWuertiser Wrlp?on Fries?19 Months, 91*9. I'X YABXE IN ADVAKOK. v. W. BALL, EDITOR. ~ to"" AdyortlHlng.?Ordinary Ad neuts, per square, one lnser XI; each subsequent insertion, **?*de for large Ad W. W.BALL, Proprietor. ., May 29, 1894. , mon, havo for Borne ? inouthB of mon in this jib wo aro about to roal >y condition. A mooting .itivo Committeo of tho so locratio party is called for proximo, but for what and [?an open question. Tho Po rt havo called a convontion of own to put out candidates for .?nor and Stato olilcors and tho jcratic organization, through committee, has, llko tho swarthy Ho, lost Its occupation. Tho call ho 7th of Juno thoroforo is ontiroly rfiuous; peoplo ought not to bo jrud unnocossarlly; thoro Is enough y with that which looks to a prac l ond. Tho nowspapors are guoss iho mooting Is Intended toarrango hpaign. Well? Whon the ticket it out tho candidates can only pose, t; will bo nobody to contest, to op , to uuory, to raiso an issue. Tho ubl'nuni...

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. — 29 May 1894

? ^?e CWuertiser. LAURENS, B.C., May 20,1804. LiOOAL; BlJTTERICK PATTKRN8 for sale by us at Now York prices. Shnmons Bros. Among tho features of Harper's Ba zar for Juno will bo tho "Story of a Gardon," told In lottors by Elizabeth Bislund Wotraoro, a now series of "CotYoo and Ropartoo" papers, by John Kondriok Bangs, and lottors from Paris, giving tho fashions and gossip of that capital. OoiiBclr-nco Htrlckon. A prominent business man in tho olty received u letter during last wook mailed hero inclosing ilvo twenty dol lar bills. It said, "Yours, not mino. 1 fool bettor to send it to you. From your friond." und was anonymous. Miss Hnillo Means. Tho Gonoral Assembly of tho South ern Prosbytoriuns at Nashville sus tains tho South Carolina Synod ugalnst tho Charloston Prosbytory in tho Miss Sadio Moans ease. Sho insisted on working some four hours on Sunday j^. in a tolophono ofllco whore sho had em ployment and was excluded from mem bership. The Assembly decides she must huvo letters ...

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. — 29 May 1894

PUBLISHED KTBRT TUESDAY. ?UBOHlrTlON ?I.OO PER YEA It A FBEEZIHG EXPEBIENOE TOl) MUCH COLD V ITU A LH FOR AN OLD MAN. > Purchases a Cooler ami ils Too Much Water?Aflfesr la He Gets A way With a Lot or Jreatn. ?ft CODttitUtiOll. ok again, but it is all right, for I over the wont of it and can afford be bigoty now. It was all my fault ..in! my ?rite and my daughter and my doctor have told mo bo forty or fifty times. They rubbed it in every timo they gave me medicine and I had to take both doses at once. You see I am very fond of ice water, but wo have never bad a water cooler until la.-t week. I saw a beautiful ono and was assured that five pounds of ice would keep tho water cold all day,.so I came home and told about it, how there was an inner chamber for tho ice and how when the ice molted tho wator still kept its temperature, for no OUtsido air could reach it and how it was orna mental and would grace tho hall and we would not have to be stealing ioo any more from the refrigerat...

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. — 5 June 1894

THE IMMIGRATION CONVENTION. SUGGESTIONS OF WORK IH TIIK . FUTURE. liOcal < )!???.;i ni/ni ions Are Recom mended?AdvertIsing tho Resources rf** tho South-Urging Co-Operattort Win. the Rai roads. ^ At the SoUthorn Immigration Con gross held lost week in Augusta, Ga., the follow in;: resolutions wore reported by tho com ni iti it on pi to is aud resolu tions submitted for consideration : 1. That whorovor county und State organizations have not ulroudy boon formed, thoy bo ut onoo perfected, und that tho officers of uuoh county organi zations ooustituto a Statu board of im migration. 2. That tho olllcors duly authorized by eaoh State convention shall report results of tholr olTorts at least twioo each year to the secretary of tho South ern Immigration Congress. 3. That tho Southern Immigration Congross urgo tho co-operation of all rail linos, St tto und county olllcors and the citizens at largo In tho furtherance of p an proposed. 4. That this Southern Immigration Congress earnestly ...

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. — 5 June 1894

<ffie <3ldu*rt;*?r ?uhsorlptlon Price 12 Months, ?1.00. * PAYABLE IN A?VANCK. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Kutan for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad \ vertiaainnutK, por square, ono Inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, ry > coots. eduction made Tor large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. NS, B.C., Juno 5, 181)1. Htnto Control. [olghbor, tho Spartanburg Hor tkrr?tho Dispensary, with the ft foaturo dispoueed with, will bo Tular in South Carolina. Most as frodly it will. It is a popullstlc foa of government. It knocks out with a bloody noso and two blaek eyes, dem ocracy. It is socialistic and contrail'/ ing in its tondoncy. Of course it will bo popular in South Carolina. Dem-, oeracy holds that tho less the people uro governed and tho fewer olllcos 'created tho purer and hotter tho gov jjrnmont. The Dispensary creates hun dreds of Stato officials and agonts: it gives tho Appointing Power corrupt ing patronago in tho State and in that feature is eloso akin to Republicanism. Of eourso it wil...

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. — 5 June 1894

. LAURENS, ?,C., June 6, 1804. LOO AL. A writer in the Louisville Courier Journal (rives an account of tho seasons in 1HIU, the year without a Sunimmer; ice occurrod in every month in the year, in Kentucky, tho middle and Eastorn States, likewise in Northern Europe, and no crops wore made worth speaking of. Our young Col logo friond, Piorre H. Fiko, sonds tho Aovektisek a hand Bomo work of art?an invitation to Wofford commencement, for which he hnuiur thank .. We ulso hopo oxami uatTOiiB will have a wholosomo terror for him and tints ho will ho proparod for the joys of vacation. The ladies of tho city aro i oak in;, an olTort to organize a Circulating Li brary, a movement which should re coivo the eneouragomont of all who uro public spirited and especially those who feel an intorest in tho wollfaro of tho young pooplo. It would bo a good idea if thoso wno cannot givo money to tho entorpriso would contribute books or periodicals. The crowd in attendance on yostor day was not large. 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. — 5 June 1894

Vit* ?r*um* &&vtxtit$t. >. J' -'-*-1-? PUBLISHED KTJSRY TUESDAY. SUBCM1FTION SI .BO l'KR YICAK QDwr Joitiilo Story. INVISIBLE GUE?T. V /i. U. DOIXJE. jfe spending a pleasant oven lUHDe parlor of niy fathers hand /iimtry homo when the front fll rang' and started us all into log who our visitor'might be. riplteof my blushing attempt to ,;uio the idea it was pretty well not rid?By ffte youngest members of our iniil.y, at least tl ml our caller would ^rove to be a young man and noighbor Supposed to be deeply in love with me, when our dainty waiting maid an nounced a messenger with a telegram. Of course that unusual event in our rural and sometimes too quiet exist ence, caused a little commotion, and, as the dispatch was addressed to me, I was watched with curious eyes while I opened the envelope and road its con tents. M Will start to-morrow to visit you," it said; " have sent the trunk to-day," signed, " Mary Norton." Sho was my very dearest girl friend on earth and - baa lo...

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. — 12 June 1894

. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. No Stute Ticket to be Nomi nated. ONK HUND11EI) DELEGATES PRES ENT. All Cnmlltaton to bo Aakedl llotv Tltey Hluml Upon the Prohibition in- "M Ii? Ii Polities llliOOtOtl Into tho OIhcumiIoiih?An ICfl'ort to in- MiuIo to Nccuro Enforcement, ol' tlto Present Prohibit ion Law. COLUMBIA, S. C, Juno 7.?Tbo State Prohibition Convention was oalled to order at 0 o'olook tbla afternoon by L. I). Childs, ehairmun of tlio oxeoutivo coininltteo, who road tho eall uodur whieb it was hold. Atter roudlng the eall, Chairman Childs Haid that boforo asking for a temporary ?rganl/.ation, lio would like to thank those present for their attend ance. He know that many bad eomo at great saoriiloe of titno and business. Ho congratulated thorn on the favor* ablo condith ns under which thoy mot. Two years ago thoy met on tho ovo of a groat political battle and hud to fight for their dotnunds between two politi cal hosts arrayed against each other. Two yours ago tho liquor power was K...

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. — 12 June 1894

Sfte deluertiser ?bscriptlon Prtce 12 Months, tt.so. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. iK. ^ballTeSitobT for AdyertlHlng.?Ordinary Ad* omnnts, per squaro, one laser* [1.00; oaoii nuhsurpiout iimertlou, ints. p-nl reduetien made for large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. {., June 12, 1894. Je or Cheek? rGoyornorTilhnan went Lnd addressed a convon fationalTlioa In the Interest fion?men and women. As the Hall tho electric lights Fcurlous witchory wore oxtin und along a gruesome able Ej arm of a groat prolate ho was Irtcd to the Btand. Ho facod two |sand devotoosof Adam? Alo. Tho ^ornor advertised himsolf as a wa drlnkor not having drunk moro in llvo gallons of tho ardent in his fgofleld career. (Laughter.) Hod Id n't iho-stuff although' he occasionally ?'I his frionds in u social glass: he accused of having '?backbone," ho couldn't refuso a friend: noth llko conviviality. As a spoclmun 'baokbono" ho had the courugo to thorn to their teeth that Prohibi would not prohibit. The;, {lit as woll go home, and th...

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. — 12 June 1894

?e Ctfltuertiser. LAURENS, S, O., June 12, im. LOOAL. The ?klinatok can bo ordored through ub without oxtra charge. Simmon. Dl'OB. * Tho many wann frl?nds of Dr. and Mrs. C. A. si imp on woro deoply pain ed yostorday to learn that thoy had lost their infant daughter, Jane. Tho littlo ono diod ThurBday night, aged ten months. Tho funeral services woro at tho residence of Dr. Simpson, Ruth erford street, yostorday afternoon, and woro conducted by tho Rev. Dr. Mc Connoll and the Rev. N. j. Holinos. Groonvillo News. Mrs. Nanoy Bryson, widow of Wm. Bryson, died very suddenly Thursday afternoon at tho homo of her son-in law, Ij. f. Poarson, near Woodruff. Mrs. Bryson ate dinner as usual going immediately' afterwards to her room. Two hours later some ono went into hor room and found her lying deadon tho Moor with her spectacles and a paper in her hand. She was 84 yoars of ago and for a long while Jiad boon a faithful member of t,ho A. R. P. church. She was buried at Ora, Lau? rons county, ...

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. — 12 June 1894

rUPT'SHEU ;YMtY TUESDAY. time RIP S1.60 VKIi YCAH ^SARY LAW. BY AN ' ..??: r tot ..Mi.ii LIU I H ot l f. ability.) ho South Carolina i ^nsary Law for Amorioa at least, an untried nd novel experiment, not only in tho restraint and control of the consump tion bt intoxicating liquors, but like wise in governmental interference with tho freedom of trade. Heretofore, the control of tho liquor trado has been oonflnad to total prohibition of tho salo and manufacture of intoxicating liquors, except for modlolnal, mechani cal, and saoramontal purposes, and the exaction of a licenso from thoso who ongage in its sale and manufac ture. And tho chief constitutional Objection to auch logbdution Is the chargo that the personal liberty of tho private consumer has been unduly in terfered with by tho rigid removal of his opportunities of procuring the liquor he desires to consumo, and the imliroot prohibition of his use of in toxioatlng liquors by confining its sale for other uses than as a boverago....

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. — 19 June 1894

VOL. IX. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1S94. NO. 46. HAS THE LAW FAILED? a review of thn interstate] commerce commission. Recent DcoIsIoiih tu It* Favor-The . Commission Ih All I'oworOil unit In the Position l<? I 'mimin , Intended. Special to til-- Atlanta Journal. Washington, Juno 14.?With a flaro of Uio trumpet und the eclat due to an unmistakable expression of tho 8ubllc will tho Intor-Stnto Cotnmenco ommission was born sevon yours ago. When tho act creating this now arbi ter between tho railroads and tho peo was passed, tho common belief was tho commission had almost abac* lowers. Tho appointment to tho Mission wore considered tho high "mpliment next to a place on the Eromo Bronoh, that could bo eonfor l-od upon a jurist, and the first eomplo ment of Inter-State Cotumorco Com missions wont to their task baokod by tho moral support of tho busiuess men of tho nation. Tho early doelsions of tho commis sion were considered revolutionary in tho field of jurisprudence, and tho ...

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. — 19 June 1894

i Glduertiser Pries?1? Montbw, SI.00. HUB IN ADVANCE. BALL, EDITOR. IvertlHlug.?Ordinary Ad* per H'juaro, one Inser jh subsequent iusertion, jn made for large Ad W.W.BALL, Proprietor. ie 1?, 1894. ^e PrcBS mt, seem juncture. Irnment to itisfactory. fglo for a con [?kets for south Rlucts. After a 1802 tho Dcmo vlctory thut ought in enfranchising tho Kith and West. But fisuppolntod. Tho pros rill glvo us no roliof. Jt will bocomo a law is [lo makeshift and blinks rd McKinley ism. It turns rto' tho Protectionists [t makes us slaves of the >thor gonoration. As loplo and producers (iff admitting to our jets of foreign coun ropen to us tho mnr 10. But within tho last ^hets havo arisen among thor spoclllc8. After a fsfrugglVSonth Carolina fers who found specifics laud who said tho tariff >ublo. Tho attention of -beon attractod by Gov in and others to causes [te as a mustard seed to a i tho causo of tho mighty Piloting tho South- and romergoncy tho Congress tho pooplo havo flagrantly ...

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. — 19 June 1894

Gdu?rtiser. fS, s, C., June 19,18M. LOOAL; regret our Clinton correspon i reached us so lato as to require ??12, but wo wiU #lvo tho Gntlre [muuipatlon In our next issue. ad'cxcurslon from Laurons to BtaAJuno 28th. Leaves Laurens . M., returning loavos Augusta ?J P. M. Tho program promises a Stful timo. Round trip $1.00; ito couohos for white and colored. l Lord Weeks, ono of tho most jpjitt American artists residing in g has prepared, during a rocont fney to India, a sorios of drawings ?atire subjects to illustrate articles India, which bo published in her'* Magazine* tho matter of woman's rights eslnia is far ahead of Europe. Tho and all its contonts belong to ind if tho husbund oltonds sho until ho is duty ropont umends. South Carolinians in i graduated at West last. The elass num in tho list of grad r.c.T. Parker, of Ab lfth, and Mr. Frank iorgotown, stood thir> ro will bo a Praise Mooting at Uaptist church next Sunday night ortnc auspices of tho King's Daugh Tho public is mo...

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. — 19 June 1894

Sit* Crom* JMvettUn. |! PWBM8HISD EYJMLY TUM DAT. ? UBKRIFVION ?l.*u pan Y RA K ?jpr JFamilg Story. How Nellie Lost a Lover, It wa? noticed among the friend* of George Lane thatr for some cause un known to thom, a sober hue had fallen I un hiB thoughte. Tito roaaon wae in -^tV? correctly. Arrows from a '"".''fight eyes had wounued him, *" L\? *ou no abftto<nent night ? oadv^yfno. wao no bllnd lover, I mit otK M u" oonsequonco? |n pur. man \Vidf^VA^ ' ,jut B sensible young 'uj vTaI'jP)untod th? o0*'? And now wan th* FuuilD*S UP the CO?*- This An i!p?on of his trouble, tho gJ^isiatoXriond, holding him by ..(,hd ono dayvsaid: ?'oajQ orgOi my dear fellow, what has ?? y over you ? Are you In lovo ?" <l/fee," was the frank reply. ^0T^o\i are a strange lovor to look bo ?fGnobegone. Whero rosts the trouble ?? m There Is much beyond love," said FLane. f ."Yes." " Marriage and tho cost, of living." " True. But you have a good salary. / Has tho young lady nothing?" "Shohas a father who i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 July 1894

Till' STATU CAMPAIGN. PEAOB AND GOOD WILL PKKVAIL TO so M i; EXTENT. , Tllltitan ami Butler Have Quit Person alltlos?'Tllluiun Scorches the Douio oratio Party and Duller Hays Cleve land Stamlti in i'h- Way ol* Finan cial Heller, ? The record of the campaign in South Carolina in continued thin wcok. Tho . Senatorial light is becoming free from pulmonalities, while tho candidates for Covornor aro attracting more atten tion by their BparriOg with each other. Our readers may expect a Buooinot uc OOUUt of the political meetings in those columns until tho end of tho cam paign, provided BUfflolont interest 1b mftlntainod to warrant tho use of space for that purpose. Tho opening meeting last week was at Chesterfield 0. FI., which is quite near tho border of tho State, and was attended by many pot'SOOS from North Carolina. ClIEBTEUFIELD, S. 0., .Inno 2d.?Tho campaign meeting here to-day gives promise of the discussion of public measures rather than personalities, as heretofore. After all the...

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. — 3 July 1894

1*. (f9t& ?cluertiser Sabsorlptiou Prloe?la Months, fl.OO. PAYABIjE IN ADVANCK. W. w7~XtALL> EJOXTOB. Katos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad voi tisoments, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsoquont insortion, 50 <s.nIs, Ltboral reduction inado'for largo Ad vertisements. . W.W.BALL, Proprietor. ENS, 8. C, July 3, 1891. Is your doxy und ortho loxy. There is llttlo doubt position since the days of (tier. Political treachery is .ug Bom? .follow you yoursolf support and from whoso elovn ?ud success you yourself hope ivuntago. oi^mo time recently the farmers in Texas formulated an alliance and pro mulgated to tho country certain de mands?what is called tho sub-troasury, or something bottor; control of the tolograph Hues; control of transporta tion; ownership of railroads. Domo erats hold that thoso demands wcro Impracticable Democrats" held that the financial and tar I IT laws were op pressive to tho people and ruinous to tho South. Certain men calling them selves roformors...

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