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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 October 1894

e Qctusrtiser. LAURENS, S, C, Oct. 30, 11804. LOOAL; The directors of the Farmor'b Fire Insurance Company will meet at Lau rens C. H. on saleday in November? Important business. J. H. Wharton, Pres. The Russian cowboy 1b wnat Poult ney Bigelow calls the Cossack in Har ?jr'a Magazine for November. In r. Bigelow's opinion, the Cossack will not again "gut j heavily in Eu ropoan warfare. Th'- lost picturesque of the Czar's soldiers 1b disappearing like tho cowboy, under tho combined influence of discipline and advancing civilization. Ticket?. Plenty of "No" tickets can bo had hero and those who want thorn had best sond a reliablo person from each Sreclnct ahd get them in timo. Sales ay Artll be lato to got thorn. _"-S7~Wenn Springt?. . Tha Glonn Springs Railroad to Spar tanburg is now running and by another season a now and grand hotol will be the additional attraction to this fa mous and popular health resort. Directory. This day?Main's great circus in tho city. Got under the tont. Nov...

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. — 30 October 1894

?l)c Caurcns ^V?uertiscr. P??LH?KBD IVH<Y TUESDAY. HDBOKIFTION m.no PRR YIAK HARD TIMES FIFTY YEARS AGO. THF. UI'S ANI> DOWNS OF COT. TON. How Urn Hcvciiiii' and Financial M>n kmiih yiVcct tho I'rleo of the (Jreal Staples-Facts of'.Genera ir.Intereat to Cotton Growers. ArtSnt* C'ou?titutlon. Persons unacquainted with the his ' tory of the prices of cotton will be ex cused for saying present prices are without precedent. Those so unac quainted might include the oxpert In the prico ana quantity of cotton, for if ono does not soarch for the history he will likely not know it. Therefore, I ? think It Important that this should bo known. In this, as in nearly every thing, wo cannot undorstand tho pres ent and predletthe probabilities of tho future, unless we know tho past. Tho narrative I shall make will uo doubt astonish the overwhelming majority of tho prosont generation?oven of in telligent men. In March, 183", short stuplo cotton was worth 17 conts por pound. It sud denly to...

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 November 1894

A GREAT REVOLUTION. The Republicans Capture the Entire Country. Czar Reed Will be Speaker of the House. The Senate Lost to the Democ racy. - ? A Tidal Wave of Defeat Everywhere. The Solid South Has Been Broken. Tammany Goes Down With Ignominy. THE AVORST ON RECORD. The Result in tho East Shown a E'er* 1'eet si a mprdc to Republicanism. New York, November 7.?Not since war times havo the Ropublicuns swept the Eastern States ns thoy did yestor day. Tho size of the victory grows as fuller returns oomo in. In no Stuto and in no city havo the Democrats boon ablo to check tho stampede of tho voters to tho Repub lican standard-benrors. In rock-ribbed Republican States liko Pennsylvania enormous pluralities huvo boon piled up, and in Statos liko New Y rk aud Now Jersey, which are usually classed in tho Democratic column, tho Repub licans have mado a clean swoop. Tho lotest estimates from Pennsyl vania indicate that tho plurality of General Hastings will excocd 210,000. Levl I*. Morton has cu...

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. — 13 November 1894

tmt\ itwmmr um im mm umam*Ulnm?nwnu1 ? in.u u Glctuertiser SabHoriptlon mas?12 Mont Nu, #1.0?. PAYABLE iN ADVANCE. Wa w. ball, editor. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinal y Ad vertlHomwntM, per square, one insor Uon.fl.OOi each subsequent iusortlon, 60o?n*s. Llboral reduotion made for larire Ad verUaomsnts. W. W.BALJ,, Proprietor. f=lC=?SSS5K-^--ww-av .:xr.vx:r LAURENS, 8. C Nov 13, 1804. :?-*y?i4-'T-*? . ss=- :--a 8 fiookln? Dackwnrd Whether wo woro boatonon Tuesday last dei/nds upon who "wo" are. Un questionably what our distinguished rWite Chairman rolls upon his tonguo, the "organized democracy" in those united States was knocked completely out. As far as the East is from the West, and In the intervening and sur rounding territory the democrats and ! all its counterfeits woro oycloned und burled out of sight. Tho only consola tion left lies in tho reflection that tho democracy beaten was what a wool hat anti in this county describes vory grapically as a bastard domooracy.. Let us rec...

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 November 1894

^fis GWusrtiser. LAURENS, 8, C, Nov. 13, 1804. ?? ' ? ?? "i" '?' ? LOOAL; Harper Sc Brothors will publish some time this wlntor a novel by David Christie Murray, who Is now making a locturo tour in this country. Mr. Murray's novel is entitled "A Martyred Fool," and Is a very strong and inter esting study of anarchism. For i lie fr'ttlr. In addition to the regular schedule the Richmond and Danville will run speoial trains to Columbia on Wednes day, Thursday and Friday noxt, leav ing this point at 0:20 a. m. and arriving hero at 0:30 p. m. Hound trip $3.10 with ono admission to Fair Grounds. The Gamo imw?. Wo have boon asked to glvo tho law about gamo. Tho Loglslaturo of 1803 passed this law: "It shall not bo lawful, after tho pas sago of this act to sell or oxpoBo for salo any partridge, quail, woodcock or pheasant, doer or wild turkoy within the State for tho spaco of live years. Any person so doing shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall bo lined not more...

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. — 13 November 1894

I'lfSLlSHKI) MVlfKT TU BSD AY. HliUC'ltll>TI<?f ?I.50 PJER Y?AB <!i>uv JTatmhj ?toiy. A Passing Acquaintance. t - ' llY M. J.;., It. Hit A NCI!. ifflf in u mountain hotel, a guy group of -loin were seated about in hall ?<arlor, engaged in fancy work, -Trailing, or light quince, whilou cheery l)re bin ned brightly on the hearth, for it wa> late in ilio season. " We tiro just a nice party now,'' Huid one young lady, looking ?p from hur lapful of shaded silks: " I hope nobody elso will coiuo !" " Except to fill vucanoiob as wo drop off," > aid a geutloinun. as be laid aside bin letters. " You will eeo two vacant chairs at the tablo to-morrow." "Very well)" was tbo reply. "It you must go, we will spread ourselves and keep the tablo full. If wo can't have Mrs. 1'iruco and you, wo don?t want anyone." Tbo next morning tbo home-bound truvollers left ou tbo oarly stago, and, at tbo last moment, anotbor guost de cided to accompany tbom. The party remaining went out, some ...

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 November 1894

THE FARMERS' COLLEGE FACTS IN RKGAKL* TO CM3MSON. An Intelligent and, Valuable Report of the Hoard of Trustees?The Noctis of the Institut ion. 'Die annual reports lb regard to Clomson Collogo are .extromoly Inter esting:, and wo give horewith a sum marized report Of-the board of trus tee* : . . On ihe night' o* the. 22d of May last the main college building was burned, togothor with all equipments therein. The iire originated on the third floor in a room in which t he' state's exhibits wore Btored, and, iiotylthstandlng the heroic efforts of tho professors and students, everything in tue building was burned, owing to tho. font that shortly after the lire was dinoovered it reaohed a lot of articles preserved in alcohol, and immediately the vessols burst and scattered 'the burning fluid all over the lurge museuin room. Ef forts woro then directed to saving the largo and handsome chapel which ad joined the burning building. By the aid of the well-equipped fire depart ment, theso offort...

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. — 27 November 1894

?absoriptlon rrlcs~l3 Jrfoo.be, a 1.00. PAYABLE! IN AJJVANCK. W. W< BALL. EDITOR. Baton for Advertising,ordinary Ad vertisements, per nqunro, 010 lusqr tlois3Xl.00t each subsequent liiMOtotoi), tX) contfl. W* Liberal reduction made for bu?9 Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, - '?; Proprietor. (Mfc. sTc., Nov 27. 1804. Keibrm. for reform grows infee* -t has boon a winning "cry'' in Ate certainly; it 1b not an open on whether wo have tho real gen ' Wo havo certainly the oform that has divided our house; Hot ..emoorats by tho oars; divided father and son; arrayed brother against brother; neighbor against neighbor; the reform that has divided man and wife; split the solid South. It has boon a reform that has created mauy new offices; that has not reduced taxes; that has not advanced the prices of ^ agricultural products; that has not in oreaMod the common school fund; that has not bene?ttod the poor; that has multiplied colloges or rather the high schools which onuro Bolely to tho bene fit o...

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. — 27 November 1894

ie ?duertiser. LAURENS, 8, C.^ Nov. 27, 1804. LOOAL; Married at Iho rosldeneo of tho brido'a fatbor, Mr. l>. M. Milam, of Lauron? county, 8. C, Nov. 15th 1804., Mr. W. Hampton Philips, of Polzer, 8. C. to Mrs. 8. Abegil Klledge, C. Lark, Notary Public, officiating. Appointment*. Tho following are tho appointments made for Spartanburg and Greonvillo Districts by the recent Conference: Spartanburo District. .A J Cauthen, Presiding Elder Central, W A Rogers; Bothol and Duncan, E B Loyless; Union, T E Mor ris: Cherokee, J M Fridy; Santuck, Allan MeParlan; Whltxnlro, 8T Blnck man; Jonosvlllo, R W Sprigner; Kol ton, G F Clarkson; Gatfnoy, Geo M Boyd; Laurens, J E Carlisle; Nortli Lnurous.J W Shell; Enoreo, W H Mlllor; Clinton, N B Clarkson; Bel mont, D P Boyd; Campobello, D A Phillips*; Pacolot, J 8 Porter; Clifton, J L Harley; WofTord Collogo and Agent, C B Smith. Greenville District. T J Clyde, Presiding Elder? Buncomb Street, RN Wells, P B Wells; St Paul, J E Grlor; Greonvillo Circu...

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. — 27 November 1894

Wje jMUlTX THE ?0RNEB IN OOTfON. I'liAN TO KJ ? ? iivoiuioM in Atlanta Kml >> Hy ni'U nie Among} i;i'lfl in Atlanta ik roomniuoiid. d Mi-. .1. T. Ituddoy's an for Controlling I he price <>f cotton li.V < Fio form a tibi: of a trust. This tio tfoUi however, was taken only a* inai-, vldu&ltt, ami was opposed by somo of those I':-- ??">:. Tlii?? opposition whs fi om no ubeoluto'hostllifcy to Mr. Bod-, dey's scheme, hut was duo to the fact that the ;<ii ;i was now and had not boon fully Investigated. following this i eeoinmondntionthoro was appointed a rommltteo of three, consisting <?f John T. Uoddey, chair* man; U.S. Lipsooiub, of South Caro lina, ami.J. K. Nuhhally, of Georgia, to oall county and Btate conventions to elect delegates, one froth each Congres sional district aud one at large, tp an interstate convention. There wore about fifty prcsont at the incetiug, among whom were Commis sioner of Agriculture of Alabama I fee tor D. Lano: Commissioner it. ...

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. — 8 January 1895

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. THE NEXT BIG POLITICAL. EVENT IN THE STATE. Full Text of the Act Provldln/r lor the Election ol* Deleicates?Every VoterJShould Head This Aot. See. 1. That a convention of the Xeople of South Carolina 1? hereby or ained to be assembled In the olty of Columbia on the second Tuesday in September in the year of our Lord 1895 for the purpose of revising, amending or changing tho Constitu tion of tho State. Seo. 2. This said convontion shall consist of a number of Senators and Representatives of which the Genoral Assembly is now composed, who shall be eleeted at an election hold on the third Tuesday in August Anno Domini 1895, as hereinafter provided. Soc. 3. Tho several counties shall be entitlod to eleot and send to tho suld convontion a numbor of delegates equal to tho whole number of Senators and Representatives which said county is now entitled to send to tho Conerul Assembly, and tho dologatos to tho said convention shall bo entitled to tho same freedom fr...

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. — 8 January 1895

$fie Qduertiser Subscription Frtoe?X3 Months, fl.&o. PA YABL.E IN AD V A NOK. / W. W. BALL. EDITOR. ( Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vortisements, per square, one inser tion, 11.00{ each subsequent insertlou, 50 csuts. Liberal redaction made for large Ad vortlsementa. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAUHENS. 8. C. Jan. 8, 1805. Cotton has become a problem since its price has fallen to the figure of five cents per pound. .Conventions havo as sembled in the South West, whoro the bulk of the crop is raised and resolu tions have been adopted by plautors and others looking to the solution of the financial troubles incident to this serious condition of things at the South. Not alone tho cotton producer, but every other Southern industry and business is affected vitally by the terrible depression in tho price of cot ton. Cotton spinning is a largo indus try; cotton seed mills, the phosphate output largely consumed in and do pendent on tho production and culti vation of tho cotton plant, com...

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. — 8 January 1895

<f> fie Gduertiser. .,L ?' - LAURENS, 8, C, Jan. 8, 1895.^ ?i o o .^?77 ''Old, yet ovor new, and simple and beautiful ever," sings the poet, In words which might well apply to Ayer's Sarsaparille?the most efficient and scientific blood-purifier ever of fered to suffering humanity. Nothing but superior merit keeps it so long at the front. KAUM 101 IK MI'il'.T, They Resolve to Plant I*sa Cotton and Ualso More Supplies. Seventy-five or u hundred represen tative farmers of this county mot in the Court Houso to-day. Capt. John Mooro was oleoted chair man and Jared D. Sullivan, Esq. Sec rotary. The purpose of the meeting was to consider the condition of the Industry and take measures to better It. Resolutions were Introduced by-Hon. Alox J. Smith and adopted, providing for the appointment of a committee of nine, one from each township, to con fer with the fertilizer companies with regard to terms and prices of fertili sers. The committee is to obtain terms for paying for fertilizers...

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. — 8 January 1895

SS ?Ijc tauxtn* ^Vbucvti?cr. PWBLIMMD JETBBY T$B??ay. ?UBOKIFTION ?1.51? PWl ykak. OUR FAMILY STORY. ON THE DOWN GRADE. -Thold a permit from tbo master meehanlo (without whloh it is no ueo t) venture) and a pocketful of good cigars; so bofore I had been riding on tho locomotive thirty miles I waa on good terms with ait hands, said all hands numboriug a gray-hairod drlvor, a regular old-timer, by whose side 1 sat as he stood at his levers, and a young slip of a follow, very handy with Ms fire. When wo were well up in the moun Abb, and just after the old man had pulled tho wbistl-elevor well down, and sent, out a blast which resounded among tho hills llko a roar from a fog horn, he turned, bade me look from the oab window, out and down upon the track. We were crossing tho Frankenstein trestle, 160 teot high?by the gulde-book*-and it looks all of that from the cab window as you cross Then ho told this story : "'Fyou look sharp down in th' bot tom of th' gulch there, young fellow, you'l...

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. — 15 January 1895

The Wedding March. The wedding march from " Lohengrin" the organ loudly plays, The groom and his supporters greet the gathered public's gaze. The swelling music trembles as arc touch ed the polished koys, Hut the tremble isn't in it with the shake in Fredy's kneezes. Down the aisle the blushing maids pro ceed with stately trend, And each regrets the duy is not the day for her to wed, Hut thore's a silver lining to the cloud that hovers o'er? They know they never looked so sweet in ull their lives before. And now the organ thunders forth a wel come loud and clear, A hundred bends are turned to see the blushing bride appear, Her father, who supports her down the long and dizzy aisle, Will support her and her husband, too, in just a little while. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. TUM AcatlCUIiTUKAIi IIA 1.1/CASK. The United States Supremo Court ltertiHCH tin- Writ efUirornial the State Will Lose Possession. The state. 8th inat. News was rocelved hero yesterday afternoon that the United States Su ...

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. — 15 January 1895

if fite Glduetrtiser -morlptlon Prloe?ia Months, 51.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. ntes for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad srtlsemeots, per square, one Insor Llou, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, Bo cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad fcrilifements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS. 8. C., Jan. 15. 1895. "Meet IC 1?, 1 Sot It Down." A war between sugar and meat is on. [Congress bring sugared by the Sugar Trust, imposed a tax on German Sugar, ^otqcJ?ag- tWo Amorloan saceharlno h, whereat Germany and Austria Belgium imposed a duty on Autor in boef and perk. And now the great ?oat barons of the Wooly West want jo duty taken off sugar coming from Germany. Birds usod to be caught by throwing salt on their tails; every in ?rc8t in this country needs must be .? ?fared over." '?Sweet is revenge?ospcoially to wo men, [Plllago to soldiers?prize money to seamen." Thore has been some diacussion going on for Homo wooks in tho groat dailies concerning the composition of tho coming ...

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. — 15 January 1895

LAURENS, 8, C, Jan. 15, 1896. LOOAL; B. A. Ii. Enterprise. A new freight schedule has recently Eone into effect on tho Seaboard Air ine by means of which Now York freight is delivered in Atlanta in sixty one nours?time which has never been approached by any competing line, shippers from Carolina towns will reap the oenofit of this change as well as tho people of Atlanta. Sad N'ewH. A telegram announcing tho death of Mrs. R. C. Watts at her home at Cash's Depot was received hero pn yesterday morning causing regret throughout the town. Major W. A. Watts and sister and Muster Cash Watts the oldest of Judge Watts' ehildron, who was attend ing school here, left at once for Cash's. Juugo Watts' numerous frionds and rolativos in Laurens will deeply sympa thize with him in his aflllctlon. Two Young Adventurer*. Edward Conyors and John Dlckson, Greenville boys wore detained hero on yesterday morning on a tologram re ceived from a relative at Groonvillo. The young gentlomon wore bound for Flo...

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. — 15 January 1895

fl}c fcuttcns ^?uevtiscr. KBD KVMIY TUH1DAY. hjmchu'tion hi.ro run ybak OLD 0?ST0M8 IK CHARLESTON. IOW OUR OKAND-MOTIIKIIS LIVED. Vim Hlylo and Manner In Which They Were Christened1, M?rrlcd und Hurled?Enjoyment at Boolul Func tion*. Mra. Hartwell M. Aycr in Buuday News ) In all the length and breadth of our land there is no,otty whoso early his tory, both social and political, is moro .Interesting th/in that of our own Charleston, 4n Ante-Itevolutlouary lost from the time the first ? was planted, Charleston was rJ centre of Southern literature aud iltm and down to the thno of the (vil war Charleston was ono of tho richest eitles in tho Union and no jrhero was moro refined and olcgaut [society to be mot with. I There is much that is interesting in (tho history of our colonial and munici pal government, but for us women it If probable that most of the intcrost jontros in the personality of the people themselves. How they lived ; how thoy enjoyed themselves at their so cial funeilons;...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 January 1895

yOL< K. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1395. NO, 23. ^ Ah Hl? Mother Used to Oo. Ho criticised her puddings nnd ho found - fault with her cake; lie wished she'd make such biscuit re* his mother used to make; fjhe didn't wash the dishes and she didn't make n stew, Nor oven mend bis stockings, as his mother used to do. Ills mother had six children, buM^juhjhf !'.Pr \vnrk ivflD.jlojjw. ?"-*""' His wife seemed drudging always, yet she only bad the one. if is mother nlways wns well dressed, Iiis wife would lit) so, too, if only she would nuinngo as bis mother used to do. Ah, well I She was not perfect, though she tried to do her best. Until at length she thought her time bad come to have a rest; So when one day bo wont tho same old rigmarole all through, 8he turned nnd boxed his cars, just ns his mother used to do. MOWED DOWN LIKE GRASS. iiuklf:i> into ktmrnity with our wakn1n?. Tho MoHt Awful Culumity In tho His tory of Montana?A Powder ICxplo fdou Htrcwti the Head Around Lik...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 January 1895

i|?e: ?teluextiser rJytlon TMice Vi Montbo, ?1.60. PA YABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOB. es for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad tlsomont?, per square, one luser 11,$1.00; oachsuhsoquont Insertion, , aonts. Liberal reduction made for large Ad ertlsementi. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. lAURKNS. B. C, Jan.32, 189?. TUo ordinary placidity of the social order was disturbed at "old Edgeflold" a Monday tho 14th hist. Capt. Jas. H. 'illman, a nephew' of his uncle Bon lllman, who is a lawyer, and Mr. 3. Kvonsi^i| hpotoer of tho Govornor, ~Jcu a rocket l? which both par usod pockot pistols in tho settlc ent of some small grudge which does ot got into tho publlo prints. Tho Im rosslon, goes nil tho samo, that if or dinary mortals had tho samo "privato ?i-iefs" (as Marcus Antonius Is made to say) thore miffht havo boon no Bour don Blood shed on Edgoflold's sacrod .phoslan soli. The news Is that tho voting bloods aro not sorlously hurt nd for one wo are glad of It. We slu orely trust that tho young men may ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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