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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 January 1895

LAURENS, S, O., Jan. 22, 1895. L?OAL. Here's a rumor. That the Seaboard Air Line will move their shops from Abbeville to Greenwood because they expect to get control of the Port Royal and Western Carolina system and will want to have the shops at the junction. When Laurens gets In the saddle on "S. A. L." who'll stop her? Death. Mr. John C. Chapman of Tumbling Shoals died yesterday. Mr. Chapman was a worthy and popular young man. Ho was about 23 Sears of age and unmarriod. Ho lived ere at one timo. To Out* Correspondent*. Wrlto tho news from your commu nity. Write It brlolly. Wrlto on one sido of the page only. Wrlto plainly. Writ? regularly. If you know of only one Item of news, sond that. Don't think that you must write a long lettor. Don't "pad" your letter with what Is not news. Sond especially weddings, fires; death, storms and crimes. And accept tho thanks of The Ad vektisek for past favors. Look Out! A stir has been croated in Laurons within the last fow days. A mighty stir. ...

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 January 1895

tf)t ?cmrcni 3\uvciti?et. 'OHLUM BD EVBRY TUIWDAT. HUBCItll'TiON ?I.RO I'KR YEAR The Lawyer. In college day* he used to lie On shady banks of brooks, Which babbled soft accompaniments To what he rend In books. ROW be has laid his studies by, To what ho read in book*, And, unite forgetting other days, He lies most all the time. HARD TIMES. A THKILMNO, PICTUKB OF KKAL UFK. course you'vo read about it in tho papers, sir. There didn't eoom to be 'nueh else in them, one time. A bank fallin' hero an' another ono there, an' some big concern that overybndy sup posed was worth millions going to smash. An' maybe, Boeing you'ro a writer yosclf, an' iiuaginin is sort of vor porfesslon, you'vo "imagined" how the working class folt about tho hard times, an' taken a satisfaction layin' the blame on CloVclnnd, or the folks that passed tho Silver bill. But 1 toll you, sir, there can't no lmaglnin' cor nowspapors, nor hearsay?hothin' but jest havin' bo'n there yorstlf, mako yor realize tho feel in' t...

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 February 1895

LET ?S if AVE PEACE! A I'.U'ltlOl'ir AI'l'KAl- I'UOSI A YOU NO -.IAN. bei I ho White Men of the eh ate <;? ? Togfi h?r--' i'he Sbw Onisiitntion should Make Sine ol' While Snpie nniey und Protect the Nourooa I'l'OH) injustice Hud Oppression. To the Kditor of The News and Cou lior: Brothers, embittered and. estranged, with high indignation that moron re* j conciliation, iricot at tho sick bed ol their mother, mingle their tears and prayers, and are friends forever m'oro. No explanation, no adjustment of past dilTerences ; only a solemn rOuo<*nitipn iu the private sanctuary of uaoii soul, or tiio nothingness of a potty pride and resentment when compared with tho Immutable bonds fixed by Nature -the awful responsibilities of living, in voting for t lio Constitutional (Jon vention I ohterishou tin; hupe that the solemn duty of < 'onsti! ut'am-inukim' j would prove the meana Of reuniting our distracted puppte, its a fo'roigo war calls all I'Yobelinien to but One love and but ohe ...

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 February 1895

subscription Fries?1* Months, 91.99. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE!. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. 'lates for AdyertlHlng.?Ordinary Ad ertl?emontB; per square, ort? Inser lon, 11.00; oach subsoquout Insertion, r0 OOlltH. Liberal reduotlon rnadefor largo Ad ortisemen'a. W.W.BALIi, Proprietor. J. LAURENS. 8. C. Fob. 5, 1805. Our Government Is no longer hold together by ropes Of sand. A fellow feel ing makes us wondrous kind. The gold of the Goyer?M*&ent goes out by every ?*-?*h,er; the peoplTHiave nono In tnolr ,fots. We are all upon o doad level. >o Britons, our ancestors, were in adod by t^he Danes, tho Britons paid them a certain sum and tho invaders departed; the next yoar they eamo back in doublo force; It took double the sum to get rid of them. Tho noxt year the Britons had no money to buy thorn off or arms or ships and tho Danes set tled on tho country. Our members of Congress will have to tako sliver for their por diom and mileage. Every gol / den ploco will have drifted to Lom bard Streot,...

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 February 1895

^>fie (?dusrtiser. LAURENT 8, C., Feb. 5, 1895. LOCAL. Allen-Sharp.?By Rev. O. L. Mar tin, at the home of Mr. J. N. Watkins in this elty, Jan. 23d; 1895, Mr." R. E. Allen and Miss Pearl Sharp.?Ander son Journal. ? Many In Laurens who know Mies Sharp when Laurens was her homo, will extend to her kind wishes on this happy occasion. You can't miss Unding the large stock ol Hardware of Brooks & Jones, which they are enabled to sell at prices to suit the times we aro all now fight ing against. Small profits and quick sales is thoir motto. The weekly prayer meeting of the Woutiminstor Church, which was post poned last night, will be held to-night and will bo conducted by the Rev. Mr. Wardlaw, of Laurena. 8. C.?Charles ton Newa and Courier, Feb. 1. An ovening oloak, engravod by Baudo, several beautiful dinner, eve ning, and reception gowns, and other attractive fashions will distinguish Harpor's Bazar for Januarv 25th.? Among the literary features may be mentionod the first of a ser...

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 February 1895

mmamm U???D CTHRY TUMID A Y RIITION . ju.bo ran yi-:\k. irking Out the (Sollten Rale. water timely brought, red easy chair, f of the window Mind I may fuel the air. flower bestowed unasked, and cautions t read, ?softest whispers hushed, ? .in ':? ? -11 i 11" head? ko these,though little things. it lov/fl disclose. c atoms in the air . cid trse bidden rose. ? RUfi AND FALSEOOURAGE. I.IM/URNT TlljBUTti TO TIIK UK W1FK AND MOTH Kit. Haw CiUI OMR Hi I lie m by Or. J, I'. lie, of Atlanta, <?a?Ho i tllO Woman Sn It i .(;? i-.t will not be afraid of ten people who havo set gainst me."?l-Vmlms 3-0. ...o ancient Greeks and Ko irago was synonymous with They looked upon a brave ouo possessing the qualities make the ideal character. In u day courage*is more admired uded than any other virtue. The who bus provod himself to be is in the midst of opposition and 't* Is the favorite of the multitude. v~ t^is a candidate for office, op constantly before the ?ts of his history, which io courage. Th...

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 February 1895

liOAvlng Undone. he thing you do, dear, ? thing you leave undone, es you a bit of heartache i netting of the sun. lor word forgotton, tter you did not write, er you did not send, dear, ur haunting ghost? at night. e you might have lifted a brothers way; ?f hearteomo counsel ore hurried too much to say. ig touch of the hand, dear, title, tvinning tone, ou had no time nor thought for, rouble's enough of your own. /BEAOHBB^ COMBINE. AM) THOROUGH ORGAN IZATION. 'ort to Organize the Negroes ugliout the Btato?A Oaniputgu bo Constitutional Convention. , 15th, lust. egro ministers of the State anizod themselves Into a union urposo of getting tho negroes Carolina oompactly organizod irulng fight on tho constitu lvontlon matter. Tho organ i to bo one which will doubt * noarer getting all tho no 'ing in the eamo direction other organization Into >y have been collected. The now to bo utilized for tho iu of the voters In what thoy l told will be a fight for thoir p. Tho State convention may b...

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 February 1895

? abscrSptlon Prioe-ia Months, *l.r>o. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rate* for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one lnser tlou,fMX){ each subsequent insertion, 60 cunts. Liberal reduction made Tor large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LATJRENS. 8. C, Feb. 19, 1895. Congressional Venality. There was a wrangle the other day ?' ?-.t allowing clerks to Congrossuiun. ho pay of Senators and Propresontu , os should be reduced to $2,500, (one-half">onough to oloWde, board and ti-ansjp^jMh^L-^T-n^yBliould only be ^pftto whon in actual attondanco. Thon legislators would not asplro from mor conary motives; they would then bo t as they represent ideas, princl and Govermontal polleios. Let be no clorks to Senators or mom bors; oommittoos should have steno graphic-id clerks. A legislator, na tional or State growing rioh in a hur ry should be presumption of guilt, sub joot to rebuttal upon evidence. Venal ity is tho curse of this ago and coun try. Only in...

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 February 1895

2 (?ntuertiser. ?NS, 8, O., Feb. 19, 1898. jOOAL; A Short Story. rons drug company sell a >apor, a pint of ink, a dozen i, a dozen five cent ioad pen >ottlo of Boston Waterproof for a quarter. Laurens Boys. owing is the record of Lau at tho recont intermediate on in tho South Carolina an, J. W. Ferguson, dls 1 in Eugli8h, History and in IVenoh. ore; J. J. McSwain highly hod in Latin, Greek, English, fathematlos, chemistry, Pcd >per?l HoiUP Jjext Tuesday. Jkler, the strong man, will torosting little snow in tho lso, on Tuesday 20th inst.? ?< ?parod a squadron of ships \ engago in battle as natural 1 'ho naval confliot hotweon *vr and Merriraac will repre 1 tho most thrilling scones of nr. and tho othor features o be equally as interesting tor ic and instructive point of inoo for tho bonofit of tho ill be given in tho afternoon a. Admission 10 cents for rown people 26 conts. ?n for night ontertainniont 25 and 35 conts. The Factory. jsday last the Stockholders >sed Cotto...

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 February 1895

P?MJ?lUiD KTflRY TUMDAT. SUBCKIITIOTV ?l.fSO PBJl VI0A.lt. The Family Bible!. [fbw painfully pleasing tho fund rccol ' lection Of youthful connections and innocent Joys, When, blessed witli parental advice and protection, Surrounded with mercy, with peace from on high, I still view the chuirs of my siro and my mother, The seats of .'tholr. offspring us ranged on each "mud, JViJil thatiMJMCof ail books, which oxccla every other," Tho family Bible that lay on the stand That Bible, tho volume of God's inspira tion, At morn and at evening could yield us delight, And tho pruyor of our sire was a sweet invocation For mercy by day, and for safety through night; Our hymns of thanksgiving with har mony ?Welling, All worm from tho la-arts of the fam ily band, Half raised uh from earth to that raptur ous dwelling Described in the Bible that lay on the stand? The old-fashioned Bible, the dear, blessed Bible, Tho family Bible that lay on the stand. Yo scenes of tranquility?long have we purled; M...

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. — 26 February 1895

A BASIS OF RECONCILIATION TUB OBJ KOT OF TUE KHCKNT CONFHHtCNOH IN COLUMBIA. Equal Representation In the Conven tion and Kqual Division of the Election Olllcers?A Constitution Aw? Maring WhiteSupremacy ami Whicli Will Mot be Referred Hook to a Popular Vote, Columbia Register. Senator Tilltnan gave an interesting interview on Wednesday evening bo fore leaving the city for Washington on the political situation as it pertains to tho Constitutional Convention. Be ing tho acknowledged loader of the Reform party bin views will bo read with the greatost interest by Reform ers as well as Conservatives. Senator Tillman was in the oonforenco hero Monday night last with Editor Hoinp hill and his viows, therefore, possess additional interest from thut fact. Tho Senator tulks plain und to tho point. When asked the direct questiou as to tho truth of tho vurious roports whloh wero In circulation yesterday Senator Tillman Bald: "I do not know why my preHonco hore should Sut ho many tonguos to waggi...

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. — 26 February 1895

3it?3oriptiot Price?13 Montbr, si.?O. PA Y ABI-K IN ADV AN CK. W. W. BALL. EDITOM. Katos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad* verttsoinnots, per square, one lnser 60 oonts. Mberal reduotion made for l?r?e Ad vertisement*. tonnt us Out. Senator-Klcot T?lman and Govornor Evans speaking as Reformers and cer tain gentlemen Speaking as Conserva tives have ?gp**ed that the delegates to the Constitutional Convention should t consist of Reformers and Conservatives in equal numbers, as nearly as it will admit of division, upon certain condi tions. Quoting Senator Tillman tho "main" ono is "tho preservation of white supremacy by a qualification of , the ballot." Another is that "every delegate must subscribe to the general proposition that no whito man should - be disfranchised, except for crime." It is clear, it is inevitable that thoso two conditions cannot be mot in tho Con vents -. v/xoepi hy the onactmont or making possible tho future enactment Of a device by which tho negro may bo disfranchise...

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. — 26 February 1895

<|>?e (?etuertiser. LAURENS, 8, C., Fob. 26, 1896. LOCAL; Marriage. Cards aro out announcing the mar riage of Miss Hottie Lake, of New berry, to Mr. John P. Fielder, on Wed nesday 27th. Mr. Fielder Is one of tho most progressive young farmers of this county, and is president of tho Farm ers' Mutual Insuranco Company. Miss Lake is also well known hore and is a most beautiful young lady.?Spartan burg Herald. Miss Lako, a sister, of our townsman Mr. T. D. Lako spont a portion of her school days in Laurons graduating ut tho Laureusvllle Fomale College shortly before that institution wont out of existence Consequently she has many old friends hero who wiBh her a life, all,happlno8s. A PROMINENT CITIZEN Of Havannuh Dies Who Once Lived lu Lauren?. Capt. R. G. Fleming, Superintendent, of tho Plant Railway System, died In Savannah on Tuesday last. Ho was promlnont In railroud circles in tho South. Capt. Floming was a Carolinian, served with Hampton us a Captain dur ing the war und was ...

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. — 26 February 1895

tauten? 3tfaertt0tr. 1 ?ubohiptiok ?i.?*? rmm, ykar. A TRANCE QUEEN. r'roni The Sunday Chronicle. For thirty years a woman has lain lu almost one position in an old-fashioned house in Brooklyn. A veneration has come and gone since oho had any sight of the out ?ldo world, the rumblings of which she has heard day and night for almost a lifetime. Nine years of the thirty were spent lu a tranee. While she was In that trance she /was practically dead. Strange tales are told of queer visions ?he had while in the strange condition. Lt la_aufllcltEm_t to say that If she had wished to adopt' spiritualism as a pro fession, the in od in mis tie powers which are unquestionably hers would have made her a great fortune and would have intrenched spiritualism In a much I firmer position in tho public belief than ltoeoupies today. The woman is Motile Fanoher, tho most famous invalid in the world. Twenty-five years ago, when sho was lying In tho awful tranco that made her famous, she was written and ...

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 March 1895

VOL.. X. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1895. NO. 28 IliBY 18 A KIOKEE HE KI.IMIMATKS AM) REJECTS ALL CONCILIATORY PLANS. Favors a Straight Contest and Con elders HliiisefflUetrayed?A Hiua^o Attack on Tillinan anil Eyaus. I um receiving letters front all over tbo State protesting against tho con summation of a 8ohemo or agreement between Sonator-oloct Tilltnan and Govornor Evans on one side and John Calvin Hetnphill and Joe Barnwell of Charleston on the other. My friends of tho Reform mnvomont seom to be anxious to know whether I am acting in collusion with Governor Evans against what thoy conooivo to be a sacrifice and surrender of prinoi Sle and thoir rights in the eiectlon of eiogatcs to the State convention. I wish you would favor mo with tho publication of this lottor, whioh must necessarily bo brief, to say that I was not consulted by either side to this agreement and without my subsequent acquiescence cannot be bound in any respect by what has been dono. In 1885, when Tillm...

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 March 1895

Iptlon Prto*?IS Months, fl.50. FAYABIiE IN ADVANCE. W. BALL. EDITOR. \m for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Uements, per square, one lnser j #1.00} each subsequent Insertion, >nts. ?ral roduotlon made for large Ad lsetnonts. _ W. W.BALL, Proprietor. ^EN?&C., Morcb ?. 1895. ? X?I*Tiaa'the Buzs-ard. ho.Goveriydilp oX tbe'sWo, all the > Houtoforaces, two U. 8. Senator-; fi'SOte** irtaoe* as representatives' ongj^Hs, one hundrod and;f6rty ^Bft.-jJnrnMn pf the. legislature, j^o hundred,postmasters positions, ono iusand Other Offices of1 smaller and i Ve'rir^ but, /a'.wUliPn dollara.uito'Mthe packets ie;dominant popul 1st party in-thla ||te, have boon Becured,_ .jf^e 'if ^te jman and tho Indian made ioLnt hunt. They captured a< turkoy Jfao'butfzard. Whitb man to Indian: pou take tho buzzard, and j'U tnko ? Turkey or JUl tako the turkey and (?a'll toko the buzzard." The turkey has boon parcelled tMf ng, ag,0 and, the Charleston fcTews and jurler &? Co.,have gone in with Tlll yn t...

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 March 1895

^fe Qduertiser. mjI.m.I., ?:. ?iii ??!.'? -:?-!?'? . ... .Vi;:::'.: ' ?I l??l ' '?':</ LAUREN&H8? ?.f~M?roh 5, 1895. . ... >,?.,,', , ?!-???~~?I-r [Tri 3 0 t n.n 111 i y/jj ^ -i.,n.- ?? :-<~- - MB. J. Y. (lAiOJWtON ENGAGES ?1 fcwj IRA ?BW. ENTERPRISE. ? .^jfquictlons Concerning It?j The Southern University Mugavrino n ? journal -for college^fcwJetttHris goon to bo lanto1C<?lftTurfon ?pdaks In tho high est toDteshtts Mr. Qsrifngton and proph orel^?^eWIucocBtful Oaroer for tho n'Muiw ,??4or ji|a editorship. Mr. "' ^rjLaMlfcns, friends invoke '?'?"iJ j: r ' ' . .iA The Cour^ _ J?e?^B'V.?WupU<l'ihe Court until noepj WeA^f^y,JMt,;'wheiitho jurors worodtsebnvgod.. Ret?g.ui?Btly farmers andtha'\wlpa$hev?atotyje.tous j for farm work,; taey. became Impatient after ten days!attendance and Uiv Honor dis chargo<| them. The-Court, finally ud journod at noon on Saturday after hav ing disposed of u largo volume of busi ness not demanding ,jui*Ors> Hia.;Honor opened Court 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 March 1895

FtWLISKK) JCT?ET T?PDAY. SUBORIPTION S1.50 rwnc YKAIl. The Old Horte. Ay, ?eil the old horse, if you will; For he Is brokeu down And weak with years?why cai e for that ? There's plenty in tho town To take his place, to do his work, To go tho paco ho wont By day or night, or rain or shine, Until his strength was spent. He never stopped to reason why, To ask that this bo dono, Or that; ho knowhis duty. He dld/lt on tho run. He sor/od hlB master as ho host Enow how to servo?and now Goselfhim; he Is loyal and , 'YTtK^not ask why, or how. A horse Is not a sentiment; He cannot think or speak Or vote; then why protect him when He's worthless, old, and weak '< For him no starry banner tloats On ovory broozo that blows ; For him no pension comforts come When years his labors closo. Ay, soli tho old horse, if you will, Ho will not ask you why. Nor make complaint, whon ho is turned Adrift to sturvo and die; But faithful in his labors still, As when they woro begun, Ho will not caro; lie is ...

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 March 1895

THE CONFERENCE AGREEMENT. FULL T la XT. OF THE BOHEME. Oovernor Kvan* Gives Interesting Facts i\h to tho Convention?Ho Fa vors tho Mtssltslpnl Plan or Hnine thlng Hotter. The following interview with Gov ernor Evans Is copied from the Col umbia Itoglster : "I suppose you oxpoct to find mo married according to the plan of the press. Woll. 1 am not, I am sorry to say, but I think that my eauo is not hopeless. I saw a great mauy attrac tive young ladles, nut thoy were in tho great educational colleges of Phil adelphia, Now York, Brooklyn und Boston fitting themselves in the arts and domestic economy to become prop er helpmeet:< of man. Wo huve gain ed a great deal of information as to tho industrial school for women,und I am sure will Ihj enabled to save tho State thousands of dollars in tho proper launching of our college at Hock Hill." "'Was this the only object of your visit V" was asked. "No, I went to sou the Commission* or of Internal Hovonuo in rofcreneo to tho Dispensary. Th...

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 March 1895

ig Gduertiser Ion Price -12 Mouths. 01.00. 'AliliK IN ADVAMOK. BALL. EDITOR. [Advertising.?Ordinary Ad \ts, per square, ono Inser each subsequent Insertion, liberal reduction mado for lartre Ad rtlsemonts. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. .AUUEIjrS.S. O.. March 12. 1895. Leopard Doch not Change his _ \ Spots. "HF. AllvEItTISEK WOllld rojolcO tfQ measiure to hcc onco moro all tho ipopie of South Carolina as ono <iijplly, Senator Tillman and Governor Evaue went on a northern loving tour to find , out about industrial oducational institu tions. They desire to put the Rook Hill girls on a lirst-elass footing with the rest of tho world. But wo thought Re form should como from Aikcu and old Edgefield. Tho idea of Masschusetts furnishing an example of onlightment to this part of tho world. ? o * Governor Evans left tho cultured proclnots of Columbia tlio other day to rustioato a bit on Wall Street and give tho Northern barbarians a touch of State House polish. He found that Fouth Curolina bonds we...

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