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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 October 1895

THE RECORD OF LAUREMS UP TO DATE, OCT. 8. To Subscribers. On opening your paper to-day bills for tho amount*} you owe us will drop out. Do not neglect them please. Wo need every dollar owing us. In addition to this Mr. John M.CJlnrdy began on yesterday to collect for the Advertiser and we hope that ho will not return with an empty wallet. We hav<* been blessed with a year full of fatuees comparatively and the Ad vertiser has bcon patient with its and generous renders. The Advertiser takes no sides in tho quarrels between .tho Tlllmanlto loaders. Thb Advkrtiskr is not interested in them. ' Headers of The Advertiser get a fair view of the situation. Take The Advertiser and get tho best country papor published. THE Advertiser prints tho local news. ?I Miss Clay, of Kentucky, tho wo man suffragist leader, who lectured in Laurons in May, is in town, thu guest of Mrs. Gritton. Miss Olay will talk on tho subject of woman's suffrage, In tho Opera Houso this ovening. It 1b to be hoped tha...

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 October 1895

CONSTITUTIONAL fJoHVBNTIOH. ICONTlNUJiU KROM KIR8T PAGE.] Too quontiou turned upon a motion by Mr. G. D. TUimaii to consider the vote by which tho amendment to tho original rectum, offer* d hy Mr. John 8 tone, was adopted. That amend ment Inserted "any " instead of "one eighth or inure." ho that no inter marriage of white persons with one of any negro blood in permitted. Mr. .lohn&tono bpoke earnestlj' againtt striking o<d, his amendment. He wanted Anglo-Saxon ?uro rule and Anglo-Saxon pure hlood supreme in this Stato. Ho was opposed to any in ? termixture, whether there was 1?Hi or 1-32. Mr. Sligh?Would you forco a man of 1-1.6 or 1 32 to go hack and raise up negroes f I should think it better to raise up white families. Otherwise, ^_it h< evuvt.y tue, it would bo unjust Mr. Johnstono declared it would be better by far to koop tho man of all ayes in tho negro ranks than to mou grellze tho races, if you aro going to keep them separate, keep them sepa rate. If you are going...

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 October 1895

IRBY ON THE WAR PATH mi; ums moi lANCK 10 BKS T1L.LMAN. - Tin- Twin Hrothero ol' it t<>> 'in N?> l.oiiwi* Dwell I'ogeiher in Uniiy ? ii<- Suftfraico Plan is Duiiounci'd in I'.illi ? I. I in . lie Call? It 14 I'oilli oal Monstrosity. The Piedmont Headlight ha-Tiiu tor Viewed .Si?n.itor Irby at bid lit) Jim in Luurcus, iu v, 11ion lie cxptctscd his Opinion very emphatically in regard to tho suffrage plan piopoBod by Sona tor Till man, declaring that it in "a po litical M.mi I i ti 11 \." which will dis frunciiitdo poor uud illiterate v. lutes. Tbo Interview id very raoy reading, and ih as iullows : " I havo bud but little to Buy thus far," roinurked Senator Irby, " ub only preliminary work wuu being mapped out, und the settlement of a few ques tioiiB of any grout importance brought before iiiul body, Of course tbore was plenty of speakers on hand und I oid noudostro to fatigue ttio palu-nco of the luetuiK r?. i have curofully watched the deliberations', however, dotormi...

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 October 1895

$?3 (Hduertiscx ^ptlon Frloo?IS Months, ?*7AYA-BliK IN ADVANCE. . fT. BALL. JEDITOB? k fox Advertising. -Ordinary Ad .semonts, per square, one lnser )fl.OO; each subsequent insertion, tuts. ?oral reduction made for large Ad ?euients. W.W.BALIi, Proprietor. ^LAURENS. 8. C, Oct. 15. 1895. Big Bugs. Col. Larry Gantt, of tho Headlight, riots an elaborate interview with our jnior- Senator, Col. Irby, upon tho teut^on, asthoSenat?r now boos it, in Kth Carolina. ^Ttte burden of tho hg is the a3jue^i?nt-of suffrage by e constitution framers now engaged ion that work; the Senator undertak er to dissect the scheme reported by uytor Tillman and now under dis Bslon by the convention, the press, d politicians of the wholo country, rth, south, east and west. The Senior aator denounces the Tillman com ttco plan and in some othor regards ils with the great leader with un veil hands and bare knuckles. As have before said, wbilo all of us, 1 tho latest posterity, aro interested ho settlement and perm...

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 October 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. RECORD OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE, OCT. 15. To Subscribers. KDb opening your paper to-day bills for tho amounts you owe us Will drop out. Do not neglect them please. Wo need overy dollar Owing um. In addition to this Mr. John M. Clardy begun last week <o collect for tho Advertiser and We hope that he will not return gjjth an empty wallet. We have _nbledscd With a yeir full of JBjOBS comparatively and the Ad vertiser has boon patient with Its generous readers. Thanks. 80fcYai of our good friends have been kind onough to help us out since wo rnade"t>tir last appeal to them. Wo ap Ereclato their prompt-response and ope that their example will havo many followers. Hot Supper. Tho Ladios' Aid Socioty of Watorloo jProsbytorian Church will givo a Hot |Supper in Audorson's Hall on the even ing of tho 22d inst. Supper for the U> of tho church. It will bo an on jablo occasion and tho object is most immendablo. A Laurens Attorney. Mr. Prank Fant, an old Laurons boy has return...

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 October 1895

PUBLISHED BVBUY 'TUESDAY. hu1u iii 1^1 ion ?1.00 fkk vi : a it ___?-. I THE PRICE OF PEACE. MY Mi:.-i. HKNItY L. PK ATT. 1q ull my travels, froiu Maim- to Kbode Island, Pvo never come across a couple inoro unlike than what Mr. and Mit1 Nim? wan. Mr. Nim? was ono of thcHe shut-up to-hlrnaelf men, and he'd glum 'round for days ovar botno ilttlo matter that a wird would 'a' set right if ho'd only been plain-hearted. Mia' Nuns wuh all the other way ? talK it out and done with It; a little hasty and iiuprulout, maybe, but she 1b AVt??L/p3aniug, Mia' Nuns is, and ab good a woman to neighbor witb ab 1 want to see. I hov thought wbother or no being of different persuasions didn't work to keep 'oin apart. See she wat) brought up an orttiodox, and ho favored tbe Method Uta. She joined with him and laid out to do tier part amongbt 'em, but bho never was to homo with tho Methodists. Then, another thing, ?ho hated a dog, and Mr. Nuns must always havo a great clumsy hulK, good for nothing but 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. — 29 October 1895

Constitutional Convention. LARGE OR SMALL COUNTIES. A KNOTTY AND CNHOIA MI) FB?B Kx-OuiticruMMiiiHii George l>. Tllliuau Argnee In Favor ofHmull Counties? W. O. MoQowan Ijeuds the Oppowi* tlOD. The discussion in regard to largo and small counties was conducted In a becoming spirit, und there was much ability show/I on both sides. Senator Tlllman and Governor Bheppard want ed to maintain the legislative symme try by limiting tho number of new counties to be created, but the sugges tion was not adopted, and it was thought best to accomplish this result by limiting tho area. Ex-Congressman Tlllman and Capt. W. C. McGowan mado the leading speeches on opposite sides. Mi.Geo. D. Tlllman said he never arose to speak whore he felt so incapa ble of doing his best of the subject hiFtioe, but he would do his best. Had no not been so thoroughly in sympathy with the movement for these new counties he would not have come to the convention. He went on ?o say he made no campaign, and was elected...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 October 1895

l4b?criptloor Fries?12 Months, ?1.50 PA YABIjK IN AI)V ANCK. W. W. BALL, EDITOB, Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisement*, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 60 cent*. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. 0., Oct. 29. 1805. Tako the convontion as a whole tho body now assembled at Columbia to frame a Constitution is above the avcr ?* ; ago of front Ii Carolina political bodies in recent years. Nevertheless, thorc is a strong flavor of domagogism in the bodyy whloh detracts from its charac ter for decency, dignity and decorum. This was evidenced by tho interjection of the antiquated and threadbaro references to "upper" and flower" country m tho debate on now counties Thune issues wore sottled In 1808 satis factory to both sections. It is a matter of course, however, that narrowness and demagogism should to a limited extent enter into the composition of a body composed of ono hundred and sixty members. He...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 October 1895

7\ kOME AFFAIR^. / -_ TUE BECOBD OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE. OCT. 29. Synod. Tho president of the Thornwell Or phanage, Rev. Dr. W. P. Jacobs made an Interesting report to Synod, which was received as Information. The wholo of the afternoon was spent in a warm debate over tho proposal to receive tho Presbyterian collogo of South Carolina, at Clinton, as the col lege ol tnls synod. The following, with many others, took part in this debate, via: Uev. E. c. Murray, and Drs. Mc Pheeters, Jacobs, Hall, Shoarer, Wood row and Smith. After discussing the proposition for two hours and a half tho subject was ]k>stponcd until tho noxt meeting.?Stato. Destructive Fire. Mr. Jack H. Davis a prominent and prosperons young farmer, and son of Capt. John O. Davis Of the old Hunts villo section mot with tho groat mis fortunn on Tuesday last to loose his glnhouse with its entiro contents, fif teen bales of seed cotton, tho seed from eighteen other balos, two or three gins, seven loads of corn, a lot of 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. — 29 October 1895

PUBLISHED KVKKV TUESDAY. SUBCRIPTION ?1.BO t'KK YKAK ***** m ****** NOVEMBER?1896. a 10 ?7 11 Tue. 12 1819 20 0 2122 23 324[25l2?l27l28 29130 #9 f jHw-W*! WTfWftfwrrr+'l 13 11 Fit Sat 2 9 8 1516 BILL ART SEES THE FAIR. \M) Iiis POLK8 SPEND TilK DAY. 'JfhfJ Arp Fumily Ki?.|oye<l It lively? They I>I<1 Not Re?eh the Midway. The world's fair was a grand show. Wo did not see it, uiy wifo and I, but Homo of tho family did and the talk and toll of it lasted six months. It whs tho groutost show that ovor was on earth. Hut it was too big u show for a day or a wook. My folks say they never got through with it and hud to hurry ovor what they did soo. Tho fair at Atlanta is big enough for mo? big onough for my timo and my coni prohousion. My wifo and 1 have boon and it has renewed her youth and now sho has something olso to talk about besides tho missionary meetings und tbe grandchildren und tho llowors that I huvou't put In tho pit. Yes, I took hor down last Wednesday. It took right s...

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 November 1895

__.-.- ^- ' - ir'"| ' , .. /-1 ? ' |V_M * ? '' 1 ? " ? ~" ; VOL. XI. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDA^, NOVEMBER 5, 1895. NO. 14. Constitutional Convention. THE GREAT THEME OF THE HOUR. THK SUFPKAUU < >l I :S l ION. The Women Will Not Vote? l'he Main luae Uets Before (he Convention. Th<* amendment offered by Mr. Clay ton to confer upon women the right to vote was dofeated by 121 to 20. The closing dl8CUBion of woman suffrage was participated in by W. J. Talbert, Oeo. D. Tillman, Qeo. E. Prince, John J. MoMaban, J. P. K. Bryan and others. At the conclusion of Mr. Bryan's speech a direot vote was taken on Mr. Clayton's amendmont, on which the ayes and noes were> callod, result ing as follows : Yeas?Clayton, Cooper Cunning ham, Dudley. Ellerbu, W. D. tivans, Hemphlll, Wille Jones, Keitt, McMa han, M euros, Miller, J. I). Montgom ery, Moore, Nicholson, Parlor, Roa borough, Shuler, W. C. Smith, Staok houso, Taylor, G. D. Tillman, Timmtr man, Whlpper, Wigg. Nays?Governor John Gary Evans,...

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 November 1895

Sieaorlptlon Price?18 Months, il.oo PAYABLE IN W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kate? (or Advertisings?Ordinary Ad vortlsomonts, por square, one inser tion, $1.00; eaota subsequout insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, . Proprietor. LAURENS, S. O.. Nov. 5, 1895. The Convention. The convention has about reached its majority and tho day of adjourn ment is stili in tho clouds. We venture to guess thatthoy will be able to turn over the keys by the 20th instant, how ever, the structure don*, whether founded on sand or good masonry or stone. As wo have before said, there has been too much talk. Twenty min utes is long enough for a statesman to wag his tongue?it tukes two hours to pull off a half digostcd harangue. lie sides there are honorable gentlemen who concclvo that the convention was called specially that thoy might air their vocabularies. Tho suffrage ques tion is still under discussion and will probably bo brought to a vote with the close of this week...

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 November 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO DATE. NOV. ?. To Mr. Wm. O. Hos? of this city has boon issued a patent for dcvlco (or low ering pipos in bored wells. Mr. Ross is an expert in tho well boring art. Mrg.Vuller, of Waterloo, has moved into our city and has opened a board ing house at Mrs. McKcllar's old stand oh Main street.?Greenwood Journal. Mrs. J. W. Nix. of Laurons, is at home for a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Maxwell.?Kcoweo Courier. Mr. J. N. Wright and family, Mrs. John W?lls Todd, Miss Bessie Todd, Alhort Todd, Miss Rosalie Burton, Miss Azllo Wilson, Miss Ida Fuller, Mrs. L. G. Balle, George Ballo, Mrs. Jeff Ev ans and MIbs Meta Sullivan wero among tho party which went Atlantaward yes tor day. Tho Col jmbia Register devotes space to a description of a pair of "stylish and high-stopping" colts purchased by Senator Irby from a stock raisor in Loxlngton county. Tho pedigree of the etoppors is given and they aro de scribed as "equine aristocrats." Bluo bloo...

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 November 1895

?l)t C?urens 3Vtfuerttscr. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ?VBORIPTION Sl.ftO PER YKAR OONSTj TUTIONAL OONVESTIOH. (CONTI NU KU KKOM F1RBT PACK. | Veotion assembled a direct -primary for all tbo elective offices of the State. This was true, genuine Democracy. The people were satisfied with It, and the first evidence of the denial of the right of a majority of the people to control came in the spring of thin year when a number of gentlemen?able, honorable and intluential upon both sides?came together and under a writ ten contract agreed that in the selec tion of delegi tesito this constitutional convention, as far as practicable, the two factions in each county should have equal representation. Perhaps it is known to every member in this convention that I was opposed to this act, which was tantamount to tho repudiation of all the people had fought for and accomplished since 1890. I have never been able to understand many things connected with this agree ment. I could understand why Mr. Bar ...

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 November 1895

NO. 15. THE SUFFRAGE GLAUBE FINISHED. THK . OltlMINAL, Cf-AHSIW ARK HAHliUO OUT. The Legislature Lett to Arrange Election Detail??Woman's Huffrage Meet* Auot lie i- Defeat. When the constitutional convention reassembled, the suffrage artiolo was onoe more taken up. The proviso re quiring the appointment of eleotion managen? from both political parties was stricken out, and another tight over wouaau's suffrage proved unsuo cessf?l. Section 5 waa taken up, and after several unimportant amendments was adopted us follows : "Any person de nied registration shall have the right to appeal to the court of common pleas, or any judge thereof, and thence to the Supreme Court to deter mine his right to vote under the limi tations Imposed lu this article, and on fiuoh appeal the hearing shall be do novo, and the General Assembly shall provide by law for suoh appual and for the correction of illegal and fraudu lent registration, voting and all otuor crimes against the election laws." Seotlon U re...

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 November 1895

ift?e; OWuertiser Subscription Price?13 MontLs, ?1.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad* vortlsements, per square, one inser tion, fl.00; each subsequent Insertion, 60 eonte. Liberal reduction made lor large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. 1-AUKENS, S. C. Nov. 12. 1895. The Democratic Slump. Last Tuesday's oleotlons aro very stunning to tho domooratic organlza i^&luuQ \ it will have a hard time to get steady oh its legs for tho battle royal Of '96. There has boon division in the democratic ranks all around and no body will be surprised Jf many shod tears over last Tuesday's catastrophe. Wo are to blamo. Thero should be no division in a party's policy or ranks Its platform should bo so plain and simple that one might run and road, and understand. Then, those who stund with one foot on and tho other off, could be shirked aside aud thero could bo neither doubting nor dividing. Wo have had a fair opportunity. The ex piring democratic...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 November 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS IIP TO DATE. NOV. 12. Can you clear \ hundred dollars in tho next threo months? You can earn The Advertiser's $100 bicycle. Bring in your lists. Tho school at Poplar Springs, Laurens county ?rill open next Monday 18th.? Prof. W. E. Washington will have charge of the school, and as he is a teacher of experience and ability a prosperous'session may bo expected.? 11 (mich Path Chronicle. Fire at 5 o'clock on Sunday morning destroyed the barn of Mr. J. N. Look residing on Warrior near Gray Court. Besides he loses 000 bundles fodder, 300 bushels cotton seed, shucks, wagon, wagon harness and his gearing. Mr. Leek's neighbors rallied In time and by noble efforts, saved five hundred bush els corn and other buildings. Mr. Leek will have the sympathy of his many friends. Ho dosires to thank his neigh bors for their heroic efforts and kindly offers for assistance othorwiso. The origin, of the fire is thought to be incendiary. On Saturday last Mr. Leek insure...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 November 1895

?!)c Caurens 3&uertisrx PUBLISH KU KV Kit Y TUKSDAYJ MUBOKIPTfON ?l.ftO l>Un YKAIC RAISING TSA I* AMERICA-' DR. BHKPrVKD'M EXPERIMENTS IN SOI Til CAROLINA. The Ou. Nt ion of Profit? Not Settled - KnottM to KUttablUli the Now ln tliiHtry In the South. The proposition baa been maintained that tea could be produced in America, and recent experiment* seem to prove it, say* the New York Sun. For many year* it waa not supposed that tea could be grown successfully in India, but since I?"jI It haa been demou trated tluJYlndian tea Ih not only {food,JjuW??o that it is a strong rival n tl)* marW-'t,) of the world of Chinese tea. Tho cllmute in the States South of New Kngland correspond* very closoly with that of the Indian teu regions, and thl* is especially true of the section about Charleston, S. C, whore the only peraistout effort to, grow tea in the United States haa been made. The animal rainfall is a little less than in either Japan or Ceylon, and tho oxtremes of heat and cold ar...

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 November 1895

THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. Three MUls for the Public Schools. THK 1'OJbJj TAX ONK DOLLAR, THIuiiin ami Hyalin Opposed Kach Other?Mi'' Roportof tlio Conilttlt* tee on Ktlucatlon Goes TIu-oiikIi. THK SCHOO!.. DISTRICTS. Senator Tlllman said ho wanted to start on the matter of districts, because many members were Willing to vote u good levy, if they knew how it wad to 9 distributed, and on his motion the dobate was adjourned. Ho offered a substitute us follows. Seotlon 6. The Gouural Assorably shall provide for a liboral system of free pubiio schools for children betwoon the agos of 0 and 21 yeurc. not mentally disabled, and for the division of the counties into sultablo sobool districts, as compact in form as practicable, hav ing regard to natural boundaries us large oreeks, etc, and not to exceed forty-nine uor bo less thau nine square miles in area: Provided, that in cities of ten thousand inhabitants and over this limit ah all not apply : Provided, further, thut if any school district...

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 November 1895

??baoriptloa Prtc* -ia Months, tl.eo PAYABLE IN ADVANCK, W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad rertlaements, per square, one Inser tion, f 1.00; eaoh subsequent insortlon, 60 eents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. ENS. S. C, Nov. 10, 1805. Seeing the Sights. The Editor is at the Mecca of all tho country?the groat Exposition. Ho Is here with his best oncumbrance, uu dorstand, and overy man in tho coun try should go and do likewise. Come by the 8. A. L. and embark at Clinton or Greenwood. Swiftly and safely you will be set down. The travel is tamo and thoro are no sights in the land scape, but you collido with tho world when you got bore. Plonty of room nero?olbow room although tho crowd is masslvo. Stop with Mrs. Lamar .308 Itawson Street. Como to the Exposi tion; it is in Georgia?Tillman's prom ised land?Egypt,-Arcadla-all Arcad ians. Como to the Exposition. There is no cheat In it; bring the babies, the boys, the lassies, t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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