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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 September 1894

?l)c fcunens ^V?ucrtiscr. rM:?IJHrlKI> KYJMIY TUWiDAY. S?IK'Jtll'TlON M.IM? PKH VDA?, (B>ur iTmi?hj Story. Ai \t ??rg?ketT HY II l.l.r.N'A MAYNARD IN THE " STAN DA KD." u Weil, Clara, perhaps you aro rbjht. Do as -you think boBt," said Mr. Grant, um ho. took- down hib ovorcoat and pre pared to go out. That was tho way in * hjeh discussions between Mr. and Mrti. Grant usually ended, disproving tho old assertion that a woman will al ways have tho last word. Thbj ovoning Mr. Grant had been longer in reaching that docision than usual, and it did not soem quite satis factory to hiui, for ho stood a momont with his hand on the knob, and then earae back to his wlfo's chair. "Well!" she said, somewhat impa tiently. "Or course," ho said " you wouldn't think it was bestunloss sho was ontiro ly wllliug. Remember, I owe a great deal to Aunt Margaret." "Well, I am sure anybody would say you had repaid her woll." ??My dear," Mr. Grant began, but she was apparently unwilling to reopen tho qu...

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 September 1894

^fie Qduertiser. ? LAURENS, S, O., Sept. 25, 1894. LOCAL. Julian Ralph enters the magazine field as a writer of fiction in the Octo ber Harper's. His first short story b^ars tho title "The Pinochle Club,* and deals with a saloon-housed political organization in New York's groat East Side. The fashion features in Harper's Bazar for September 22d aro a beauti ful doml-season out-door gown from Worth, drawn by Sandoz; also several elegant reception toilettes, including a charming model in black silk. There is in tho same number a delightful home story, entitled "Two Ways," written by Frances Bacon Paino. Mrs.William K.Vanderbilt, it is said, has finally deolded to bring an action for a dlyorce against her husband, and, with hor children may arrivo in Now York at any tlmo. A private letter recoivod from Paris on Saturday by a friend, states that Mrs. Vandorbilt, who was In Paris at tho timo tho lottor was written, had finally determinod to como to Amorlca and go directly to Nowport, who...

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. — 2 October 1894

NO FIGHT THIS YEAR. The Carwile-Carson Confer ence Fails to Nominate. THE WHOLE SCHEME ABANDONED. No Platform, No Nominations , and No Reorganization. Tiu> Convention Dissolves In Disgust Alld Confusion. The convention of Democrats reas sembled on the 25th ult. in Columbia, under the eall of J. L. Curson, chair man executive committee, and went into caucus on tho political situation. The following summary of proceedings is made from the reports of the daily newspapers : Columbia lloglstor, The caucus was praetically a secret society. Walter Capers, Douglass Sym iners and Mi1. Koon were stationed at the main door leading to the hail of tho I louse of Representatives as door keepers. They had tho names of the delegates from each county, and before a man was admitted the doorkeepers had to he satisfied that he was the right person. Two policemen wero stationed at the outside of tho door. iOven the newspaper reporters in sym pathy with the objects of the move ment wero excluded. When...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 October 1894

^>fie Gtetu?rtiser ?absorlptiou Fries?la Monm?, ?l.co. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W, BALL, EDITOB. Rates for Advertising.--Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser thjn.fUOO; each subsequent insertion, Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, i ? _? ' ' Proprietor. LAU RENS, 8. C, Oot. 2, 1894. Up to 1832 theJPresldential candidate of the Iromocrats was namod by a cau cus of Congressmen; In that year the convention plan was adopted. Mr. Calhoun didn't like the schomo and under his influenco South Carolina took no part in naming the oandidato for yoars. In tho meanwhile tho Stato usually threw her voto In favor of the democratic oandidato whoevor he ? '"ht l^e. Notwithstanding, however, > powerful influence of Mr. Calhoun uere was hero and there throughout the State a tendency to mutiny against his dictation and put the State In line with the other States and join thorn In naming tho candidates. At last, to wards the close of tho fortios or carly in tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 October 1894

^fi? Qduertiser. D LAURENS, S, C, Oct. 2, 1894. LOCAL. Richard Harding Davis describes "Tbo Streets uf Paris" for readers of tho October Harper's Magazlno in a short paper, for whloh Charles Dana Gibson has mado a series of brilliant illustrations. Hlio Won the Scholarships. The successful competitors for tho citadel scholarships woro John H. Balle, of Laurons, and C. 1). Nanco, of Cross Hill. Both aro fine young men and will doubtless bo a credit to tholr county. irfPhoro woro six othor appli cants f * ? tho positions from various parts of tho county. Woodruff Stork Show. Tho P. R. & W. C. railroad will transport sock, otc, (wo oro advised, to and from tho show at one faro upon cortiiicuto that tho stock was or will bo on exhibition and not sold. Apply for Information to .1. 13. Kllgoro, Treasurer, Woodruff, S. C. To Marry A Daughter of Capt. Shell. Cards aro out announcing tho ap proaching marriage of Dr. W. E. Mar tin, of Princeton, Laurens county, and Miss Sarah Shell, daugh...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 October 1894

he ?tuiicns ^Vbucvti?cv. ruiL!WHi<:i) ?v??y tcimday. . * - . w>4?-?p?-- . ? - - ? r* SDBCIUITION *i.fM? PKJl yjBAlfc ANOIENT AND MODERN LIARS. A N AN I AH AM) BOMB OF HIM OIK CU*LHH. i \ Strong Hcrmoii by Dr. .1. II. Ilaw tlloriie?HO IlKI'MCllllglCKHIIIIIU W. O. 1?. Ilrcckeiirhl^c um an Object Lee H4?n. Tujtt : '? Barnabas, having land, sold It, and brought tho inonoy and laid it .n-tAhe apostles' foot."?Aota iv, :>7. " Hut a oortuin man named Ananias, with Sapphire, his wife, sold a posses sion, and kept back part of the price, his wife being privy to It, and brought a curtain part and laid it at the apoB tlos' foot.?Acts v, 1, 2. " Tho conduct of some of tho early dlsolplos In selling their indiviuuul proporty and turning the proceeds into a benevolent fund, to be usod by tho apoHtleti in providing for tho necessi ties of poor Christians, has beon cited in Support of modern communism. It Is claimed that thoro was an abso lute community of goods umong tho first Christians?...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1894

THE NEW TOBE POLICE EXPOSED. THK IjKXOW COMMITTI0B INVES TIGATION.. A Cess-Pool of Corruption and In fi? my?The Metropolitan Police u I In in I ol' PI ii oder? TM. The Lexow investigating committee in Now York is still unearthing the corrupt practices of tho polico In Now York, and tho rovolations last wcok wore quite astounding. Hero uro some of t linn ; Those who woro fortunato enough to gain admit timer to the sossious of tho Lexow investigation committee today | witnosHcd two scenes decidedly drama tic iu their nature. Mrs. Urohittol, tho Russian woman who, almost a stranger in tho country, running a small uigar storo, was urrostcd on tho chargo of keeping a disorderly houso and kept in jail many mouths, "treat* ed as oven the Czar of Russia would not treat an American," according to chlof counsel Goff, was placed on tho witness stand. Sho alleged that hor arrost was duo to her refusal to pay *50 to tho police. Testimony of tho witness remained unshakou, but the ofllcors who tri...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1894

<|8e: Glduertisex Subscription Frlos-ia Moatfcs, fl.?0. PAYABLE. IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad T<rrtis?msnta, per square, one Inser tion, $1.00; eaob subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, _ Proprietor. LaVxoInS. 8. C. Oot. 0. 1894. Interviewed. Dr. T. T. Earle, of Greenville, has boon to Baltimore and there he foil a victim to a 'reporter and talked about affairs at/ homo and the Baltimore News prrht? wirst ho had to say. He ?h described In that paper as a brother of ox-Attorney-General Earle, who vaulted for the Governorship against Gov. THlman In the recent past. The doctor describes the opposition to Gov. Tillman as tho "Aristocracy," utterly ignoring Fag in Martin, a co patriot of the doctor In tho Paris .Mountain latitude, the chief and hond center of the Piedmont opposition kicking coterie. I. Tho doctor lays all the blamo of out side Impressions of our Stato on tho op position p...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1894

<|%3 Ctetuertiser. LAURENS, S, C, Oct. 9, 1894, "Columbia, S. C., Oct. 6, 'P4. To Advertiser: ??The Supremo Court yesterday de clared the Dispensary Act of '93. Gary dellvors the opinion, Pope coneurB and Mclvor dissenting. ~*'J* "W. W. Ball." r1 a t 1 ? ~ Constabulary made a grab of whis key In Charleston said to bo worth $5,000.00. Verily the State Is in the swim. Some ono gave the snap away. A brother of Congressional Nomlneo Wilson, who killed a policemo rx at Lan caster, was tried and acquitted last week. The Laurens Advertiser is again agitating the question of a better sehedulo on the Laurens road?and the Laurens people should havo It.?New berry Observer. "Under tho title of "Issues of the Coming Elections." tho October num ber of tho North American Rovtaw contains two important anticlos writ ten respectively hy tho Hon. William L. Wilson and Ex-Spoakor Rood, in which the principles on which both tho groat parties will go before tho na tion in tho approaching campaign aro ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1894

?)c kernten* ^Vbucvti?cv. j PVBMWBKI) IVMV TUMPAY. ttUBCKHTlON I'KR YKAH. <Dut ifomily ?toty. AN OLD L?VB AFFAIR. Tho wind v/n-i blowing briskly straight from tho mountains. Tho gaunt pear t"oo growing at tho door of t.In; llttlo old weather-worn house whs lu a whirl of Hying blossoms. Tho eruuipod hoot yard and, further out, the sunken woodon planks that - nonred for sldowidk, were hoaped and white with them. Behind tho house, its one stable shining sharply against it, a blaze of saffron revealed tho April sunset. In all the long stroot only two per sons were vlslbto. Ono was a rosy faced woman toiling up from tho grocery store below with bor arms full of smull packages : the other, a lank tall .man, midule-ag'ul. Uko herself, who came slouching ulong from tho opposite direction. They mot ut tho gate of tho littlo house houso. "Well, Raohol." Well, Bill." "How aro yo' gittin' 'long now V I ain't soon vo' to' near two weeks." "Well, only tolcr'hlo. Mother's boon ailin' moro'n ubu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 October 1894

ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. TUM CAMPAIGN COMMITTEK ISSUES A STItONO APPKAL. A Call Upon tho White People to Vote ia. Constitutional Conven tion?Removing tho Ncicro from Politics on tho Mississippi Plan. Chairman Irby of tho State Demo cratic Executive Cominlttoo has pro mulgated in behalf of tho Democratic campaign committee tho following important address to tiio Democratic voters of the State : To tho Democratic Votors of South Carolina: The executive committeo boiug charged with the wolfaro of the party aud tho success of its policy as out lined in its platform, which policy carries with it tho wolfaro of a ma jority of tho people, wo fool constrain ed to direct the special attontion of tho nocossity and importance of the plunk in tho platform adopted by tho recent Democratic State convention urging every Domocrtitlc votor to sustain tho call for a constitutional convention. It is well known that thero are great differences existing botwoon tho whito factions in tho Stato, ono of whic...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 October 1894

!|fig Ctgtuertiggr Subscription Price -13 Month*, 91.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Bates Cor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, SO cents. Liberal redaction mado for Urge Ad vertisements. ILAURENB, S. P.. Pot. 16, 1894. The "manifesto" in this State has ing committee of the Tillmanites, (for wantof abettor name) rallying the peoplo to the support of a constitutional convention. We are not antagonizing a constitutional convention and sound ing no alarm. Let the peoplo alone; they aro out of swaddling clothes; they are wiser and bettor judgos than tho oil lee-holders who assumo to address them high sounding "manifestos." As ft rule they aro old rlngstors, who Under normal conditions would occupy private stations. Among others who sign tlur+wto "manifesto" is one Willo Jones. Ho was Socrotary and Treas urer of tho lato Ring Executive Com tnlttoc, of whloh Haskell was tho head. Wo clto him as a sample, tho ot...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 October 1894

^>?e Qctuertiser. LAUKENS, S, C, Oct. 10, 1894. LOCAL; Frank Stockton has given both of his new stories with the quaint titles of "Love Before Breakfast" and "As One Woman to Another;" to tho La dles' Homo Journal. Death. Laurens was saddened on Tuesday morning last by tho sudden death of Mr. George B. Mosely, a son of Col. George Mosely, pf Greonvlllo. Mr. Mosoly's death was particularly sad as he was cut down in his prime, not be'pg more than lorty years of age*0,; loayes threo llttlo chil dren. Ojo.'. Goorgo Mosely and wifo of Greenvillo, and Rev. Hartwell Mosely attonded his burial which took placo at the city cemetery orfWednesday. The Delineator for Novornbor, which is oalled the Thanksgiving Number, is tho first of tho threo groat Wlntor issues and presents a Table of Con tents that is most varied and intorost ing. Tho fashions for th? month ap poar ovon moro attractive than usual, and with such becoming styles woman kind should appoar at her best during thn Winter at hand...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 October 1894

<EI)e f mucus ^V?ucrti?er. PiBLinflKu uramr tumday. buborii?tion *i ?<? phh yiar. DISPENSARY LAW SUSTAINED. THIO Sll'KKMK COURT ltKVKKHKH A FOKMRK DKCISION. The l,? w Is a Police IteiculAtloii?Buy ing und HulliiiK Incidental to iIi? Main I'uriMiHO of Regulating the I.lqMor TrutHo? Ohler Justice Mclver. DiMHcntH?Opinion by Eu X gene B. (Jury, Associate Jnatloc. The opinion of tho Supreme Court was rendered last wook upon the Dis pensary Aet of l"!'.'!, and declares the law to be constitutional, roversing the formor decision of the Court. Justices Gary and Pope agree upon tho consti tutionality of tho law, whllo Chief Jus tice Mclvor has lilcd a dissonting opin ion. The great length of these opin ions will provont their ontire repro duction Incur columns, and only tho Chief portion of Justice Gary's decision is tflvon herewith : Tho State of South Carolina?In the Supremo Court?Aikon County?Tho Stato vs. ex rolationo J. V. Georgo ? and G. T. Holloy, appellants, vs. the elty counc...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 October 1894

?OE~ x- _ LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1894. N() SEIZURE OF BONDED WHISKEY. thi: resuk/t of his visit. Governor Tillmau Tolls About HIh Re cent Trip to Washington. Tho dispensary law has raisod a question in which thoro scorns to bo a conflict between Federal and Stato au thority. Under tho law in tills Stato distilled spirits in tho custody of the United States in boudod warehouses belonging to parties who violated tho provisions of tho dispensary law by selling them within tbo Stato aro de clared to bo a nuisance, and on convie tlon tho Stato ofllcors aro authorized to eoizo and contiseatu sueh liquors. Govornor Tlllman has proposed in sueh caso8 to pay cho tax to tho govornment and soizo tho spirits, which was not agreed to by the rovonuo authorities in South Carolina. Tho Governor made a visit lat-t weok to Washington in re gard to this mattor{ and on his return 1 3 gave the following account of. tho tilp and its results: "I accomplished all I wout for, and that was to pr...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 October 1894

e eietuertiser Subscription Pries- 1? Montba, Sl.oo. PAYABLE IN AOVANCK. IT. IF. BALL, EDITOR. Ratos fur Adyortlrdng.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, oOoents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, _ Proprietor. LAUREN8. 8. C, Oct.-23, 1804. Noarly every one first and last has had an uphill and downhill experionce. Hill of Now York is no exception. He was a/pet of tho Georgia popullstic democracy and the Atlanteso had him down there. The South Carolina so eallod democracy woro for him at Chi cago for the Presidency, when Cleve land outclassed him. In tho Senate, for a while he was an Ishmaelite; thon at the finish he espoused Cleveland's honesty, struck from tho shouldor in his interest and became tho terror of - the skulking, demoralized Senato. He is now tho only hope of tho democracy in all tho land. It bccamo nocessary that ho should become tho candidato for Governor of tho democracy of Now York. As g...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 October 1894

^ g Ctetuertiggr. LAUREN8, 8, C, Oct. 23, 1894. LOCAL; Byf special arrangemont with tho Honca Path Chronicle wo will sond tho Advertiser and tho Chronlclo both for ono yoar for only ?51.80 in ad vance. Send name eitnor to Advkr tiskk or Chronicle. Good for a short while only. Hymeneal.?Watts-Frlcrson. Tbe First Presbyterian Church was on Wodnesday evening last the sceno of a vory beautiful coromony, the marriage of J. D. Watts to Miss Hattle Friorson. Tho great beauty of the brido, the popularity and promi nence^ l>oth of tho contracting par ties injfc"?4al oirolos here and tho fact that the-V?ndsorue church was for tho first rime since its complotion eighteen months ago, to bo tho sceno of a wed ding brought out an immonso crowd of spectators making the occasion a no tablo ono oven among weddings. Tho docorations in tho church wero of ferns and palms gracofully and tastefully ar ranged. At 8:30 o'elock tho organ re sponded to tho skillful touch of Miss Mary Grior and tho bridal ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 October 1894

?l)c Cnutenci ^V?uertteer. i>w?limikd urwmr tu?day. MUBcnirxioN ?i.*o r?R yiab JONAH IN THE STOEM. THK NECESSITY OF PRAYER WITH WORK. Tho Ancient Mariners Relied at First Upon Their Oarn, Hut In Their Ex tremity Called on Ood. Rev. T. De Witt Talraago, D. D.. ?a h<> In st.il! absent on his tour around tho world, has solcctod as the subject ot a sermon through tho press "The Oarsmen Defeated," tho text chosen boiug Jonah i, 18, 14, " Tho men rowod hard to bring it to the land, but they could not, wherefore thoy cried unto the Lord." Navigation in the Mediterranean sea always was perilous, especially so in eaidv times. VossoIb wore propelled partly by Hail and partly by oar. When, by reason of groat stress of weather, it was necessary to roof tho canvass or haul it in, then tho vessel was entirely dependent upon tho oars, sometimes 20 or :50 of them on either aldo tho vessel. You would not von turo outside your harbor with suoh a craft as my text tindd Jonah sailing in, but h...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 October 1894

HON. THOMAS 0. OOWER. A GREAT L1OS8 TO GREEN VI MjE. Full and Complete Sketch of IIIh Lille? What a Man of Energy Can l>o i'oi- a Community?Ilia Labors In Many Directions. Tho death of Hon. Thomas C. Gowor, of Groonvillo, is a serious loss to tho city whero his onorgioB wore oxpondod for half a century, but it is also a great loss to tho State of which ho wu9 au adopted citizen. Tho following sketch of his careor was writton throo years ago from data furnished by Mr. Gow or, and wus published in a book en titled " Eminent and Ropresontativo Men of tho Carolinas": Hon. Thomas Claghorn Gowor, -ono of tho prominent and influential busi ness men and honored citizons of Groon villo, S. C., was born at Abbott, Pisca taquls County, Mo., April 23, 1822. liv ing there until ho was ninoteon years of ago, receiving his common school education there and at Foxeroft acade my. On leaving tho academy he taught ono term of sohool, ut tho closo of which ho came to this placo, arriv ing January 19...

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. — 30 October 1894

Sfte ?Wuertiser ?ertmoriptlon VrUa?IS Months, ?1.80. PA V ABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisement*, per square, one Inser tion, |t.00i each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reJuotlon made for large Ad vortlsements. W. W. BALL, ? Proprietor. LA?^I?NS, VB. 0., Oct. 30, 18?. The Constitutional Convention Again. ?Should a /ajority vote on tho 6th of Novembe^for a constitutional conven ,iorf, tho legislature elootod on that dajr will order the convention. It will be mandatory to them and they will have no discretion in the matter. Tho convention would probably be called to sit as oarly as May. Chosen at this juncture by a partisan faction tho ma ^j-jority Would be tools In tho hands of extreme factional loadors and tho re sult would be a constitution mado by a half dozen scheming solfish office holders, looking to perpetuuee thorn solves in power and oflioe. Tho loaders now In office have probably hoard of the Mississippi constitution, a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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