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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 June 1895

THE RECOKD OF LAUKENS VV TO DATE, .Im.;??-?.*. Church Services On Sunday. Juno HOth, at 11 A. M., Rov. J. W. Shell will preach at Trinity and at ^biloh at 4 P. M. the same day. No use to make yonr ganze vests out of flour sacks when you can get two nice ones'for 6 centa at "Sltgroaves." A. R. Holme*, of I.aureus county, was hero last weok visiting T. J. CliCt worthy. Mr. Holmes is a prominent nlllonceman and a successful farmer of our nlbtor eounty and reports good crops and a general air of prosperity in his section.?Honea Path Chronicle Go and take a look at those 2 for 5 cent? under vests at "?itgreaves." C. P. Curry, of Gray Court, Laurens county, the sweot singer who is assist in?; Rev. N. J. HolmeS in tho meeting at Easloy, was in Pickons last Monday. Ho was accompanied by- Rev. A. R. Fowler and A. B. Rlloy.?Plekons Scn tlnol. Just received a big lot of ladies' gauze vcbIb, 2 for ? rents af'SilgreavoB." Fruit Jars arogotting low at J. O. C. Fleming Sc Co.'s. Hadn't vou better ...

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 June 1895

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. NUIIG'JtirTION Sf.rui PKR YKAB Tit for Tat. "Hullo, little girl, will you tell me the news, For I haven't had time to cxamiue the fapers, Tin anxious to know how a tiny mite views The ubiquitouB blot of political capers. "Has anything happened that's funny or queer ? Do you favor the party they claim is elected r Are the words of the editor, think you, sincere V Has the' wcatbor come around as the Bureau expected ? s it true that the kinjf ?? really dead? Have the rogues of the 'Lib' turned at last In contrition ? And do you not fear you must .stand on your bead To read the paper in that strange posi tion ?*' ??O ees, I will tell oo the news," she ex claimed, And thus from the paper inverted sho read: "The wicked old sparrow, Wif his bow an' arrow, Has snooted that poor little Cock Robin dead. "An'en," she continued, "the aw fullest ling Has happened; you never could guess, if you'd try, Poor little Jaek Horner He sat in a corner, An' there wasn't a plum 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. — 2 July 1895

& Wn ?t?nj. Narrative of the Battle on the 25th of June, 1864. BY JAMK8 A. HOYT, CO. C, I?. 8. 8. Thirty-one yeara ago io-day there whh nn impromptu bat lie m Staun ton Hi vet* II ridge, on the Richmond and J)iuivi)le Railroad. Tills wan the ouly line of 1 ail way thou open tor ihu traupporlution of soldiers anil supplies lo Loo's army, which was concentrated around Richmond and l'elorsbuig. Tho Federal cavalry had been raiding along the railroads between Wilming ton and Wcldon. N. C, and communi cation had been slopped betWi 00 Woldon ond Petersburg, Va The out'ook was quite serious und gloomy, nn the main hone ami dependence for the continuance of the struggle on the port of the Con federates* lay hi the preservation of I his single line of rail way intact. The destruction of nn important brid;-o at such a juncture would havo soriously embarrassed the situation of Lee ami his gallant hosts, who were confronting the enemy around Petersburg au I muiiilatning the line of defouco ...

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 July 1895

Jpfie: Glduertiser Subscription Prlos?12 Moatbs, $1.60. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W, W. BALL, EDITOR. Batos for Aayortlsing. -Ordinary Ad vertlHomontH, por square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subisoquout insertion, 60 cents. Liberal roduction mado for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALIj, Proprietor. ? LAURENS.S. C, July 2, 1895. TUIman's Memphis Speech. The readers of tho Advkkviseu know that tho Advkiwibkii rank? TiUman very woll up in tho scale Intellectually, and us a,'man of Bomo llterury accom plishments. Wo havo read his occa sional lottors, his hu"drodsof speeches and thousands of interviews, with inter est, if not with profit. Wo rccognizo tho fact that he is a rich man; a lordly man; a man of blooded cattlo upon n thousand hills; that ho is of bluo blood himsolf as ho boasts and has boasted, descended in a straight lino from tho Do Tilghmans that lauded at Balti more and probably camo ovor with the lord of that narao. Wo recognize that TiUman is a master of tho art of porsundlng pe...

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 July 1895

HOME AFFAIHS. THE RECORD OF LAUKENS UP TO DATE, .Inly 2. Tho Spartunburg Herald had n cot ton blossom from Woodruff on tho 27th alt. On Thursday last a ouo horse wagon wonded Into tho city with its prcclouB burden, a solitary bale of tho precious staple. Tho city council uro taking stops very properly to have tho stroams In this county cleaned as the law pro vides. Tho matter will bo brought to tho attention of tho Grand Jury. A charter has boon Issued to tho Laurons Telephone Company. Tho Directors aro J. H. Traynham, Dr. B. P. Posey, J. H. Sullivan, E. H. Wllkcs, W. R. Rlchoy, O. B. Simmons and D. A. Davis. President, J. H. Traynham; Dr. B. F. Posey, Vice President; W. R. Rlchoy, Seory and Troasuror. Prospectors woro in tho olty during last weok, looking to tho establishment of a buggy and wagon factory In tho city. Thoy woro ploascd with Laurons. Tho citizens aro expected to show an intorost in tho mattor and contributo to tho capital. It is to ho hoped that our ontorprisinjr mon...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 July 1895

a lie Cauvens ^bucrttecr I PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. - My Mother'* Song-. bun the thrushes reuse their singing,' and the wild bees leave the clover; j When the glory of the sunset fades, I and leavcH the heavens pale , When ahovo tho hill and mountain* misty j Rhades of twilight hover, And the discords of tho daytime fur awav in distance fall; When the rath wheat gently rustles, and the timid nspons shiver, And the West wind sighing softly scent from sleeping flowers bring; When the peewits cry together plaintive ly b/Vbrook and river? Then H^hear tho old song that my mother used to. sing. Koutul my neck I feel the pressure of her fingers vurm und slender, And in sleeping drutuns und waking I have felt ft many tilUOS, Just as when of eld I listened to that ditty, quaint and tender, Till the houghs that waved above us caught tho cadenco of the rhmyes; And my heart throbs loud and quickly as I hear it rising cloaror, Youth is mine, its hopes and visions, dreams and plans aro mine nguin...

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 July 1895

VOL. X. LAURENS, S. C.,' TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1895 _ . ___ NO. 49. Man and HlnSlioea. "How much in a man like his ?hoen! ? For instance, both a sole may lose; both have been tanned ; both are made tight lly cobblers; both gel left and right ; Both need a mate to be complete, And both are made logo on feet. They both need heeling, oft are sold, Ann both in time will turn to mold. With shoes the last is llrst-, with men The llrst shall be last ; wlien The shoes wear out they're mended new. When men wear out they're men dead, too! They both are trod upon, and both Will tread on others, nothing loath. Both have their ties, and both incline. When |olished,ln the world to shine; A nd both peg out. Now would you choose To be a man or be his shoes?" Sam's Prayer Meeting. BY HAKK1K1' CAKYL COX. It had been a pretty had wreck, to ho sure, and the morning edition \>f the Kastern papers would tell of the foar ful collision that had occurred just as the train entered Lead Valley. But now the exci...

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 July 1895

?rbsoriptfon Vt.it?\% Months, .?1.60. PA Y A BL.K IN A i> V A NO K. ?f. W. JJALLt EDITOR. Kate? Tor Advertising -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, erne Inser tion, $1.00; eaoh subsequent insertion, 50 cuts. liberal reduotlon made for larae Ad vertisements. W. W.BALIi, Proprietor. LAURENS.S. C. July 0, 1805. An election takes place all ovor tho State on tho third Tuesday In August for delegates to a Constitutional Con vention. It so happens that a fooling prevallod for somo time that It would be best that tho white people of tho _State, s~houid .cast a unitod ballot for delegates to that convention. The rea sons for this wish were and arc patont; notably that tho white poople in all political matters for thirty flvo yoars had shown a solid compact front It was so in 1800 and it was so in 1870, and un til tho advent of Till man. With Till in. u> came, it seems, irreconcilable di vision into factions. This factional di vision Is a fuct and must be so regarded and as a fact It...

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 July 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. TRE RECORD OF LAURKN8 UP TO OATEi July 1>. An excursion will leave Clinton at UtfOa. m , July 10th, for Wilmington, returning on July 18th. Round trip tickets, I4.C0. Miss Alllo Simpson, of this olty, is visiting- tho family of Mr. W. R. Rlchoy in Laurens, and will visit rela tives at Cokesbury bofore returning homo.?Andorson Intelligencer. Capt. J. G. Hawthorjo has gone to Harri? Llthia Springs for a few days rest.?Greenville Mountaincor. A good follow, In a good place, and bound to have a good t'me. Mr. Goo. Westmoreland 1? suggested lor assistant city attornoy of Atlanta, a lucrative and important position. ? Croonville Mountaincor. Tho city couldn't do better. It is now quite probablo that the August term of tho United States Court at Croonville will bo postponed to the liest Monday in Soptombui\ It is by no means cortnin that tho court will bo hold ut u.U.?Diekens Sentinel. Mr. R. F-Kleming, Jr., a graudson of Capt. Cro8well of this vicinity, was bitten by a hi...

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. — 9 July 1895

<EI;e ?aurcti0 SV?uertiscv PtTBLIBfllCD EVERY TUESDAY. HUBC'HIPTION J11.50 VKll VKAK i.ai k of Patriotism. MY Hilt WAI.TK.lt'?COTT. Breathes there a man with houI ho deud Who never to himself hath Kahl, This \n my owh.my native land ! Whose heart hath ne'er within him burned, Ab home IiIb footsteps he huth turnod From wandering on a foreign strand ! If lOOh there breathe, go, mnrk him well; I'm him no minstrel ruptures swell| High MtougK his i it It s, proud his name, KoiindlrssJds wenlth as u ish can claim, Despite tmiii! title*, power and pelf, The wretch, concentrate-all in self, Diving, Hhall forfeit fair renown, Ami doubly dying, Hhall go down To the vile du?t from whence ho sprung Dnwopt, anhonored mid unsung ! A President's Powers. South'; Companion. President Cleveland, in appointing a Chief Justice of the United ?States, is BHid not to have niudc known his Holcction to the members of his Cabinet until alter the nomination had been sent to the Senate. The (JJubinct minist...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 July 1895

AH APPBAL TO UNOLB SAM TWM MOOKOIOH WANTIIF.L.P FltOM THK AllMY 14 Ih< Iteforiuera Ar? Denounced Hi?oiiK'y ?Itt'Huy to Join WHh All Op|MMio<tiN oi* i lu- Administration. Tim nogiocs held a, conference laut week la Columbia, winch wasatteuJed by fifty or sixty, mostly preachers. Tin? following 1h tho address issifed by the conference: 'Co the*pcoplo of the United States : Am a part of the constituent olomeuts from which our national government draws its life-blood in time of pence, and from whose life-blood It exacts tribute in time of war, under the broad reciprocal relations that should exist among all the people of one common country, that should, be ohistio, offou . bIvo or defensive weapons for etfery American citf/. m. however humhlo at home or abroad, In order that' the tbeory of government handed down by the fathers might. be fuily realizeu and enjoyed by every individual on every touh of national territory, wo submit thut a t>mull but desperate minority of the popul...

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 July 1895

fabsoripffon Prion? la Montbs, tl.oo. PAYABIiK IN ADVANOK. ?P. JT. BALL. EDITOB. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vortisemouts, par square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W.W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS.S. C, July 10, 1895. 1 J Sentiment. BJejw^would expeot to hear of sentl ^tnont inat?wo.,of such recent growth and practical trend as Atlanta. That they should Interest themselves to get a show for themselves and neighbors this fall is not surprising; but they have had a sensation for the last two wooks in "their effort to bring tho old Philadel phia Liberty bell down there to be a part of tho show; tho city council of . the town of Brotherly Lovo havo at last consented for the old bell to bo brought down and a special coach will be built for its transportation and a committeo of council will come In State as a guard of honor. Tho sons and daughters of the revolution, that Is is to say of La fayette, Ko8ki...

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 July 1895

fWBD?ENN UFT? ATE, Jul/16. Mrs. J. O. C. Fleming and children of Laurons aro visiting frlond? in town. ?- Associate Hoformed Presbyterian. There will bo a Barbecue at Mount villo next Friday, the 10th Inst., and a game of Base Ball in tho afternoon on the Mountville grounds. Prof. M. H. Daniel has declined re election us principal of the 3t. Mat thews High School. Prof. Daniel is an old Laurens County boy and has gained an enviable reputation as a teacher.? Honea Path Chronicle. Rev. N. J. Holmes, pastor of the Se cond Presbyterian Churoh, Greenville, has been given a vacation and will at tend tho session of tho Southern Bibli cal Assembly which is soon to be hold fit Ashovllle.?Croonvlllo Mountaineer. Dennis Kinard, colored, who had been accused of murdering his brother some time ago in Laurens and made his escape, was arrested in Nowb-?rry last week by Constable Mayos and car ried back to Laurons.?Newborry Ob server, Mr. Boykln Wright, of Augusta, came up yesterday to appear befor...

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 July 1895

?l)c Cauicns ^buciiiocvj PUBLISHED EVEUY TUESDAY. HUliC'KII rio.N ftl.fto I'KH YKAIt. fyomt anb Jarm. , Ice Water in Hot Weather. In reviewing the parade on Mem orial Day Governor Morion sudden ly pointed, lie recuperated, and showed much enorg", hut in a con itjon ^ attributed the attack, whulilie called acute indigestion, t? t wo glasses of ioe water. Secre tary window killed himself by drinking ice water at the close of hin speech before the Chamber of Commerce. No person when heated should swallow ice water until (he heat of his mouth has taken the chill from the water. Sumo years ago tho opinions of about thirty physicians were given. A little less than half said the use of iee water by persons who arc heated is dangerous; the other half Said it is not so?a fair statement of the diversity among physicians col Icuted in that way. But that any person who understands physiology, especially the relation of the[Sympa thetic system to the brain, and , through it to the lungs and hear...

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 July 1895

LYNCIIiNGjNGREENVILLE The Negro Johnson For feits His Life. THE JAILER IS OVERPOWERED And .the Sheriff is Kept at Bay. A <fillet Cnptureof Hie Fated Prisoner Mllll Speed y Work Of I III) IUol> HuiiK to a Haplinjr ami It Mil led Wiili Shot. On Monday morning at two o'clock the of)ieers of the law found a mob of sixty men. within two blocks of the jail. Thoy wore hunting Ira Johnson, the negro who shot. Krank Lwgforu at Piedmont a week ago. There was not the least intimation of tuoir pretence until olllcor Gunnel Is discovered them on Brown stroet. It was hoped inas much as the time (or court was so near at hand that no trouble would ensue, und tho muchiuory of justiee would bo allowed to do that wh'oh has been delegated to it. Sergeant Gunnolls, on discovering the presence of tho mob, im med lately notilied Sheriff Gilroath, who joined him and togother they wont towards the jail. On the corner of Main and Broad streets they were halted by a strong guard, who with cocked weapons...

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 July 1895

?l?uertiser ?abworlptiun Price13 Menth?, 91.B0. PAVABLK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. BDITOB. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vortUemonts, per squaro, one inaer Uon, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduotlon made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. C, July 23, 1805. Tho Greenville Lynching. The world does not work all around as smoothly as every man and child would elect to have It. A llttlo oxpor . icnce and Slight observation will con vineo 'ihe most unthinking that he cannot have it all his own way.* In tho while our pooplo should understand that South Carolina is no punt up Utica. There is a world around us and about us and as man Is a gregarious animal and each individual dependent upon his neigh bor, so there are families of communities and states largely dopen dont mutually for prosperity and pro gress. Wo are lod to thoso rollectlons by what is recently going on in our midst, and notably tho Edgefleld mob and lastly tho Groonvlllo ...

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 July 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE K ECOR1) OF LAURKNS HP T DATE, .liil) 28. A Day of Marriage:;. Clinton, July 18.?Yesterday was quito a marrying day In Cliuton. Up to 2 o'clock throe couples, had been Ucd in tho holy bonds of matrimony First cuino Hurvoy Blakoly and Miss rown, living noar Lauruus. They wero married at 10 o'clock this morn ing by Rev. Mr. Clarkson. Then at 11 o'clook camo tho previously an nounced marriage of Miss Melllo Clarkson, daughtor of Rev. N. B. Clarkson, to Mr. Hoggins, of Toxas, in tho Mothodist Church. Tho church was beautifully decorated with three arches. Misses Julia Little and Eddio Nash with Rev. J. B Clarkson and Thomas Clarkson as attendants, with two little girls preceding all.?Clinton Oazotto. Normal Scholarships In Mouth Caro lina College. A compel it i ve examination for the Normal Kcholarshlpof the South Caro lina Collogo will bo hold by tho School Commissioner of each county on Fri day Aug. 23rd Applicant? will bo ex amined on English, Mathematics and Histor...

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. — 23 July 1895

&l)c tjuucns ^Vouctti?cr. I'UUUSUKD EVERY TUESDAY. gUBORIPTION M.ftU I'KU YtOAIt. Accomplishments. A ylrl should l?ani to mske 11 tio.1. To imko Howl blxciilt, cuk.', Hint broad ; T'i handle deftly lirutdi uml orooin, And neatly tidy up u room. A ?Irl hIiouUI louru U> dnru und mend, 'i n unit* im' ?Ick, the baby tend: To have enough o/ ?t> to ami tun to To trltO H In? or lit u wuUt. A Rli'l should Icurn to value time, A plutur? haiiK, it luililor i'llnit), Ami not U> almost raise the house . At pIkIiI of a little harmless mouse. A Kil l should learn to dress with speed. And Itnkl l ik hi IiicIiik'KHiimt lu-r urood) Tit ini) ITtu' shoes to tit her l'cot ; In l'uct, iifoovo ttl! vain deceit. A ? in i.i Iii leurn to keep her word, To im .ni no fartticr Rossip lieurd. Home or al.mail to la- tit chho, Ami try her best to ein er und pit use. A 'Ml should learn to sympitlhly.o, To lie relfaiit. .?.r, uml hit ; 'I'u ever put lout, Kcntlo lio Ami always truly wouiiinly. A Klrld ...

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. — 30 July 1895

BENATOR TILLM?H AT TIBZAH. WHAT UK HAID TOTHK AIXIANOK MEN IN YOKK. Tho Cloak of National Democracy Thrown A*ltle?Qovernor liivami oh tho Coiiatltutional Convention. Benjamin R. Tillman made hia first Appearance on the hustings nine years ago at Tirzbb, in York County, and tho Keforui movement there had its origin. 1 lo spoke thore agala on last Thursday at an Alliance plo-nio, and openly de clared his purpose to throw oh* allegi ance to tho National Democracy if the South and Wcet will join in the forma tion of a new party pledged to dllver. Senator Mariou Butler, of North Caro lika, first addressed the meeting in a long and vigorous speech. He main tained that Congressmen were tnlsrop resontatlves of the people ; that they had covered tho tiuauuiai queoiiou; that the people had risen iu revolt; that a big crop of millionaires hud grown from tho present fiattuoiul tvn tem; that the ourrenoy quoBtion hud become so s nous that the time had come for the masses to form tneir new party ...

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 July 1895

Sabacrlption Prloe?13 Montni, $1.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. ttes for AdyertlKlug.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one iuaer tion, 91.00; each subsoquout Insertion, 50 conts. Liberal reduction made Tor large Ad' Yortlaementa. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. Cm July 30. 1896. Senator Irby on the State Coli? gc and Citadel. In his speech in the Court House, as a candidate (or the constitutional con vention the Senator declared that ho would abolish tho State College nud tbo'M+lltary Academy. Tho Senator declared himself unwell, us ho rose to address tho audlonco and those**'can scarcely havo been his healthy viows. Ho declared them dude manufactures and unworthy the support and main tenance of tho State. Taxes should support the primary school nnd Clom son College. Why? Upon what prin ciple? Tho Senator gavo no reason. It was tho utterance of a candldnto surely and not a thinking man. Tho Sonutor may not havo read tho law vory deeply but ho has had ample leisur...

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