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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ".???wv ?cine? ax. THE PRKSIDKNCY. M.li IX IVAKHIMll'OX Ol' THU < VXI?|. i?.\Ti;s TWO YKATIN IIKXCI:. Tin- Importance ol ?Ve? Vork Uumocrntlc (*,.?. (Intent fer Cleveland 1 !?. tn ,."> ! ,. . (. \\ galeru .Mn?. (Lilt? t) lh? PhUmlcIithln Tl... WASHINGTON, Ootobor20. 'i li rotnni ol tho President rind members of tho Cubinot from their summi r vacations Ima boon followe d hy Q lively gutboi'ing of Senators, Representatives, politician!, candidates in search of patronage and iw . pirante in search of o?ico. Tiie civi sorvico statutes have rolieved tho pre? Sure for tho places within tin ran <? ol thc classifii d Bcrvieo. Th, rank nnd illo of the old-time ofllco-soekors in si areli o? clerkships, therefore, are no i >n ? r thc plague of official lifo. Tho returning officials ami politicians arc making epiite a stir in political eire!, . They nil have much...

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 October 1886

!Ffie Advertiser /. C. OAJiLIXGTOX, EDITOR, LAU11KXS, October 27, IS8H. ?.?inscription Pr!ce--12 Month1!, Si.00. PAYA HI.K IN ADYANCK. Rutosn.tr Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisement*, pi r stputrc. ??ne Inser titin, iUWj .-..?.?i subsequent Inser- j 1 Mon, 60 cents. * fjlbortd reduction mado for largo Ad-I > ertisttmonts. I J. C. UAIttdNtiTON ?V CO., Proprietors. OCHN?TlTlTTIOXAIi A SII?XDMl .NTS. j Two amendments to tin- Consti tution of this ."Mate will 1)0 voted upon by the people nt tho next Genom I Klee (ion on November 2nd. Itjs probably safe to say that a majority of tho voters will never investigate toe merits ol' these amendments before they give their sanction. The ?rst ?-; ?.That Section ?I I, ?Article IX. ns rn li fted on the Kith dav of April, ISijs, lu utuoiided, so a~ tn rea?I as follows: .. '.Suellen 14. Any deht contracted bv the state shall lu- by lean on Stute lionds, or st.lek. ni amounts not less th u one hundred d?>llars ??tedi, l??':iring inter est and p...

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 October 1886

In livery Department n to buy what you don't and capricious tastes. . standard ntalntalued i dwindle into Insignlftc harrier-; of standing ^ onslaught of our prices BLACK SILK. Now if you want a good Black suk dont you buy until you see ours our -tock of these goods is the largest in tito County, our goods thc best and price-thc lowest. Sec our Black Silk at .83 1.00 A 1.23 A full linc of .lenin- Table linon, Towels Napkins, Flannels Cotton Kimmel Lcd ticking etc Fruit of the loom Bleaching cfs .A. "LT C3- TT S ?The Advertiser ./. c. G'AItLIXGTOX, KIM rai:, LAL KL Ns, ( letober 27, 1880. 3- I Subscription Price--12 Months, Si.00. ? l'A V A H M? I N A I V' A M I:. tl . - for Advertising. -Ordlnarv Ad- . \ menta, per sipmre, One lusor- 1 tiott, r t .'Hi; nach subsequent Inser tion, "<l> cent*. Liberal reduction made for large Ad- ' vert iscincnt H. .1. C <.A ULI NOTON A < < >.. Proprietors. THE TARIFF. Xo v. "WHAT S THE MATTER?" Where The Shoe Pinches. The "Protectio...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1886

ffhe Advertiser, LAURENS, October 27th, issi;. SSoeSan! SpcciaLfe. M re. c. \v. Tuno baa been vlaltiug rot? .tlVMM tteur Ninety Six ?luring tho patt week. Mr. "Baxter Trice formerly of thia place, after an absence of about fl ft cen years, ia visiting friends at this plaoe^ M ins Kona Minimum, who bu? twee ?pouding lom? time ut Porter Spring?. Oe., lia? returned home. Mr. John Golding und family former ly of tide t'ounty but rim now resides In PenwylvHutu, ure visiting relativos and friends near Croa? Hill. Mr?. ICttu Yates art- Btta Adams, of Hoaufort, s C., ls ou a visit to relatives at thin place. Tho Sews and Courier mute* that the earthquake han brought something nen to Charleston, u lilac colored house Lauren* is iibead of Charleston In thu respect. We have house? of all the shad OH and colores of the rainbow, l'or a Chango, one would have to paint his hoUHo after Hie fashion of the "harbor polo." Died, on Thursday Oct.21st, an infant aun of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Todd, age, one m...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1886

?-HI I..I..? Ll. ll. Ill I 11 IB A NEW IDKA. What li Uno o? the Greatest Curses of Titi? Intellectual Ag?*. Vitan Hearth and Homo. One of thc greatest curses ot' this intellectual agc i- tho great lack ol proper education of our girls In thc practical allai rs of evory-day life. They all want to bc "schoolmarms," gov 'orncsscs ortho wive- of rich mon. Household work, which should form thc basic principle ot our economic life, is shunned by them as something degrading. A young woman will stand behind a dry goods counter four teen hours a day for a mere pitlance-not enough to clothe lier-loso lier health, become aim mic and unfitted for thc performance of her natural duties, rather than accept a position as a domestic, where she would have a comfortable home, good health and become properly luted for the diUiet of a wife and motlier. The ranks ol thc unfortunate arc filled with shop girls, who, having no place to spoilt their evenings, Bock the parks mu boer gardens, where young men, ...

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. — 3 November 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. A WUONCJKD WOMAN. TiiK rm K KTom or ?nil?, UM.TIM K l\ll\IT> MA lt lt I AUK. Wed Jnil to R Hut Whom Her Homily 8i'|i|>oiii Wounded by Calumny, bul llwayi Dravo, (bondon Corteipotidei OJ New Wk ?ii. > Just before Mrs. Langtry sailed for Amuricn a suppl was given herby ft few of tiloso who knew her best lo bul her good-bye and give her courage. Among those present was Henry Irving, who Haid to her at parting, "God speed you, Mrs. Langtry, and bring you sale hi re turning. I hopo WO shall sec you very soon again." "Perhaps boforo you think," was th? answer. ujf ?hoy groot mc na they did boforo-I'm coming home und ..hall givi it up." This little speech, with ila half-hearted laugh, was the most patin tie bit of her self and of her lite that Lillie Langtry hOSOVOr given to any one. lt meant much, and it convoyed moro, perhaps, to those prosont than it possibl...

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. — 3 November 1886

$he Advertiser fc_ BBB_J 1 _.JJ'.*. 'JJ J. C. GA li L tNi ; TO .V. E Di TO I!, LAURENS, November ?rd, 188ft. Subscription Prlc*--12 Uottthe, $1.00 . PA Y A RLK IN ADV ANC E. Rates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square. Ono inser tion, $1.00; euell subsequent inser t?on, so cents. Liberal reduction m ule for lar^e Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINOTON <v CO., Proprietors. TO BttSBT AT PHlLiblPPI, For some week- Titi: ADVBRTI* BBB has boen silent on tho subject bf the Farmer's or Tillman move ment. This interim however, bas not been occasioned by ail aban donment of the subject. While we nave said nothing, we have boen watching, and with ali the lights at our command, have been striving to ascertain the cause, as welt as the object of this great tu mult that has been raised; to see for what purpose this ?grund "army of men from tho mountains to the sea, "has resolved in their minds with one accord, to "meet at Phil lipp! ." Mr. Tillman is unquestionably tho leader and f...

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. — 3 November 1886

- livery Depart mon to buy4what you doi ?lld Capricious taste; standard inaintnlnci dwindle Into Insigni barriers of standing onslaught of our pr!? BLACK SILK, Now if you want n good Black S dont you buy until you soo o Our stock of those goods is largestin *tl?o County, our goi tho?best and prlccs.tho lowest. } our, Black Silk ?al ,8? 1.00 A I A full lino of JcancsJTnblc lin Towels Napkins, Flannels Cot Flannel Bed ticking otc. Fruit of the loom Blenching 09 J? XT O TU 3 A klSUNDERSTANDING. "So sorry, my dear," said bustling little Mn. Dorman, when ?dir, had onion eratod h?r guests to her friend, Mis, Bsylea, who hud just arrived. So sorrj about Aleo Thornton; know you didn'l liko him-bad taate, liv the way-but muk? my parties as I do my cake, jits by a receipe, and that Hayn, Don't mini conflicting tempera. " Mia* Styled put out a detaining kam aa har friend waa about to leave her. "Catherine, I hare not scion Alc< Thornton for tan years," Mi???? Styles l*i gan slowly, "and you...

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. — 3 November 1886

I.AUIIENB, November Hrd, I8tt0. ?Boisal ana SpgG?aLSr IBM? m -'i-'-i 1 sag - ?ga 4 Cotton is a little off. Wo report s.ao. Kool estate sold very cheap on yester day at thoMastcr's SJIO. The next L?gislature will not nsseni blo io thc State House, hut Agricultural Mall. Mr. Max Zurek ls erecting a large hriok building on tho lot where l is house vrus burned. Moro than two thousand fruit trees from ODO N. C. nursery wore delivered hore last week. A ball was given on Wednesday cve ningi ?t Watt's Hall, iu honorof Hie yisltor's attending tho Fuir. Wo are glad to know that "One of the People" w ill again contribute his inter esting articles on tho Tarill' next week. ! (len. Capers, of Orocnvlllo, has been tendered the bishopric of the dloc?se of Huston, Maryland,and will probably ?<c- ? cept. Tho adv-irtisoinent of Mr. W. ll. <l.\lt- | iiKTT in another coluinn, speaks for it self. Ho ls determined to sell goods as low as the lowest. ( all ami examine. Wp aro requested to announce t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1886

MKAKIKO TO THK HANK WI PK TWICK. A Singular Sr|>arntluii nm) KcMomtloii A Life of IM- ?Ipa! lfji.-.ttoiiiuii< <? in Henl Life. . IIKNDKHSOX, Kv., Oct., 21.-Thc death of Gabe Tate last week brings to miud tlie romantic career ot his life. Tate vas born and raised hi tliis county. Iii* tattier wai one of tIto prosperous planters of ((utC'betlv.tn day*. Tho large tract ol' land be owned was in Wainui bottom, lu the most productive part of this section. He had a large number of slaves, and better -till a largo bank account. Gabo had grown in an atmosphere of luxury until luxuries were common. He had been accustomed to baring his own Way and to have every want supplied. When Iii* father died thc estate was divided between him and his sister, Mr-. Dr. .h -V liai ding, who had gOQC to the home of lier husband in Jeffer son countv, now a part ol' Louisville, Ky. There kc met Miss Shotwcll, the daughter of Col. A. 1.. SbOtWQll, a man who was rich in a dozen different way-. Ills -tea...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 November 1886

Supplement to Canvcn? ^iicitiser. LAI HI^W, !-*. -. Thc American Exhibition, to bo held ! in London next yertr, will be of groot importance to this nation commercially, opening, ?sit will, the eyes of Englidi men to many resources of this country, and leading to an increased salo of our production?. Thc time of thc exposition is especially favorable, BM next yeal marks the half-century festival of Qucon Y ictoria's reign. An int i 6ting calculation has been made by thc Now York Times, showing how the stendv ami rapid payment of th? public debt iu< urred in tho Civil War, combined with tho reduction of the in- 1 terci-t rato and the increase of thepopu lation of the country, has affected th? debt burden home by our peop'.o pet uipita. ?ti I SOS tho tlebt amounted tc $78,23 per capita hast vcar it amounted to only $21,11. In ISO?the per capita 1 onion of tho annual interest c'ir.rg? was $?-2 .. Last ye:ir it was but c:ghty three cents. The ratio of tho prim ipa! i- now but two-thir...

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. — 10 November 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. 1 . "?-??-''.VWW^; n,^, A POLITICAL CKM?TKI?Y. IIOH I'll? < .MIIMVr IMJ'aiTM t I'I UI.M >l \ S 'rt ( \||| , ?; The ?'ia Slc|>|)ln|i?Vioiio e> i?,. Turned lo n lon ?> lload lo OMI\ton ? . (il lt? lill .'lilil?;; KtTeciH. (Utter to tho Niw Vorti Sun ) WASHINGTON, November a.- -From tho tiuio of John Allions uutil the mb n traUon of Androw ?Taokson, thu Cabinet was tho stepping-stone tu thc Presidan cy. Jefferson, Madison, Monro?: and John Quiney Adams had lu on Si rica of .Slate. Van (turon, though lu hud tho portfolio uf tho Str.lo ti i moat during Jackson's (Int torin, stepped from tho Vice-president's c'nnir in Uio Senate chamber to Ute head ol tho t dill in tho White House. With \ ?nglo ? \ ooption of Buchanan, no man : tuco \ un Duron's limo hus hoon clcotcil lo tito Presidency who had provioush :. v\ .\ in a Cabinet, tliougli tlouond ('nant had...

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. — 10 November 1886

?Phe Advertiser _ /. C. OAMJIXVTOS\ EiJ/TOIl, LATT- ! ' "'.' l "c> gui.?.!;tt?s\ il '- '.. -* PA y A.Mr.: fUtt* f . A . vert?? -. ? tl'/*.. ?. ?.' . ti'--.. '? . . \.!*-??(*. r \ \ inoi KI; "Clod ii . //. r<f*Vi ? f h*.?l Jir-' V A f< *. rt rn ii Af. URTI*J who tl.:- .' . j- evMcnt tl to*-- hare ? Ihlng t;. sire our rn< our harden. cr r*.---'>Ti-i> thi- pap* r, ev'-ry Hu*- t editor! col J.-.- Ix t; O A ) ./.):. ' Ti. any .... ' 1 Weigh v '.!: J'* *.*'-' to do ' : to -? I >: -, Klin ply vie "A .-. accent or r fi*, v...:. r<-a/1 what iron.ut'-; ia fir-- right. To he > tho great**.*1 u?. ?:: <rn.:- y . "ng?it,*1 an trankt, wt* :>Tt'AT" "in Wier 1 "the - (ni Ol i T .'blue Wt an of thi In moer.' Hopper" ; ll!- "-'d'* "th*-* 'J*J ur*', grand old .".rib... pur--, undefilti 1. true-blue J ? lr?o .. racy.'' Now lr. "Clod Hoj : ' to Uiose u'or-jv we rh ay ;:*'.;.:: y significance :?!!. you im ah ?j it in your opinion, .!,< Democrat b party i- "defunct''-dea...

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. — 10 November 1886

DR. TALMO SERMON. tWO YOI'NO MEN WHO CAME TO LIVE IN THE CF TV." , ?ii: "Ponder the path of thy feet."-Prov. ?Ul'.. ?I lt irai Monday, Sopt?mborCO, ata couutry flepd. Two young mon RI O to tako tho cars W tie city. Father brought thom m n wagon rvitt two t: unks. 'J ho evening before at tho oki homo was rather a tad timo. The noigh jori had gathered iu to say good byo. In Je*d, nil tho Buuday afternoon there had bein a strolling that way from adjoining jinns for it wa* generally known that tho wo boys tho next m niling were going to tho ci y to live nnd t'io whole neighborhood was lut??ro<t<'d, sotiio hoping they would do well audotheis, Without saying nnytuing. hoping for them a city failure. Hitting on tho fonco talking over the matter, the neighbors woul I Interlard tho r conversation about tho wheat crop of Inst summer and the apple crop yet to begathurol with remarks about the city pros pecta of Edward and Nicholas, for thoso ?vero the mimos of tho two yoting mon; Ed ivan...

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. — 10 November 1886

Every Department U? uy what you don't nu l capricious tastes, standard ruaintaiued dwindle into insignift' barriers of standing j; onslaught of our price BLACK SILK. Now if you want a *l Black ^.!k dont you buy until you see oura Our stock of these goods is the largest.in .the County, our ?roods thefbest and prices the lowest. See our Black Silk at .80 LOO di 1.25 A full line of JeauesTable linen. Towels Napkin?. Flannels Cotton Flannel Bod ticking etc. Fruitof the loom Bleaching Oj ct* A TT O- TT S THE St_*YEH OF TECUMSEH. C*?L Hi ch BJ-r| >[. Johnson CndoahtWry th? Man- nrlB.il. of th? Kl? ht. Cob Richard M. Johnson ha*d Tecum seh for his combatant, ~ith a foros three timas his number. A3 was their custom, the Indians were concealed from view by lying in tho gTaas and bushes and trees. CoL Johnson selected twenty men, with whom he advanced a few rods in front of the main body to bring on the hattie without exposing the whole to th* first tire of the Indian/.. Whole thoa advanci...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 November 1886

*^'*?-f?1M^^-1^^''t!"'J WW ****** SK The Advertiser, l,AVUKNH, NovemliOr loth, las.) Slo?al an? Sp6G?aI>." I Willi f I ' ' II. j. MJrd hunting ls now n'f?v.irl?.Virtus* ! mont. s.,n notlfiAol tho (J. L.A-, 8. llnlltoaU i in another column, Wo un?l?ratitnrtthn( about >j& warrants I will li? ItrJoud in liquor ?USOS in a sTToTT limo. Mr T. B. I'KKWS is preparing lo build n rsddenco on his lol rncontl> purchased j from tin* I linv l?tate, ..llow fur wniiirt thu Presidents of Uio j United Stales extend. If phteon:i ullin?? ! From Washington to ci >vclund. A neat cot, Ugo mi main ntroel near thc (J. L. cfc H. Depot IH hoing nicely paint? I abd r opal rod by Ci,. Laurens County Ko;ii fistule Agency. Wo hara roclvod-n bountiful nhotogru ! phi showing timprominent pliions In thc town nf Clinton, li is i!,o work of Mr! .1. I?*, J.n'o':.i tiUil i* ii lino.specimen nf h|h likllI in iii!. Un-'. ('latinos tn nur hund? for rollt?'*timi w i I IM K> HU?d on I ?<.,-, Pu i,, IVir...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 November 1886

A MODERN SAMSON. Itcntarknble Feat? With Cauuou. Hurrel? ul L< ???I nutt Har Iron. Ki om thc Troy, New York, Times. I j ro?oso to give you a short sketch of tho life of a wan who wa- little known outside ot the village ot' Gran ville (.'oilier-, in Washington county, whore he was bom and spout tho mo-t of a long lib. Ii Ls known Of him. and eau he proved, that ho has per formed teats 01 strength unsurpassed by any niau that has lived in ancient atidn.o lern limos, excepting, ofcoitrso, the Biblical Samson. Ills name is or was. Stearn Carpenter. Hi* occupa tion was that ol a .''armer. Being nat- | urallv of a very quiet, peacoful dlspo sltioii mid a member orthe so.Ioty ol Friends, ho never did anything ior display to ai tract attention, but the ?eats ?t strength he performed vere done moro to satisfy himself and to seo how much he could lift titan ni.y thing else. All his lifting was done] by main strength, without harness of I any kind. One ot bis greatest feats was lifting! i h...

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. — 17 November 1886

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. 'IHK I AUMi.KS HI? ' \ UOOIIIO <; Xl tl Kl! I M. ;;. (i? ? I . . s . , V I THK STATH ? ; .> . \ l'eriiiiillt'HI Orttnnl/niliiii -Mimi l< li ??I ?f Iii? (?t'ii'tut \n.i*'iulily-> Titi' I in Demil, Tho Slut?! tanner' Convention ?... in Agricultural Hui!, Columbia, onTuoi day, thu lUh inst., und WUH culled li ord< ir hy Capt. li, ll. TU! nun i, ol IM llnld. ( Supt. Tillman Hu II pr? tcccdud lo reu ?in mid u ss of which Un: Columbia . : ter makes thc following ?. nopsi : Capt. Tillman stub I ll ul . wine- t.. hi having been called upon fn ... ? speak throughout thu Slide th ; . fiann HUT, he had acquired soniewh; ; n fucili ty lor oxtomp intnuous upi u mi . hal ll.nt as ho could not follow i . ... with that force ? -lat. nu nt und ' ?un sequence thai lio observed i . . \\ ,. lugs, ho WOltld Hot attempt IM .. : du - tho Conventionuxtoinponuit'o !v. Ito ...

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. — 17 November 1886

-The Advertiser -geegaaga B - jr. c. (HA ii i. wo TC > -v, ED i ron, **biorl?tlon Pf lo i--18 Wintha, ?LOO PAYABLE IN AL VAM... Ratta for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, por * marc < Inner lion, ?I.CO: e:i<*h subac |ncnt insi-r tton. -r*> rent?. . , , . . IJhoral reduction mado for InrK? Aa ^rertiH'-'ii^ntH. j C. OAHLINtiTON A fa, Proprietors. VACANT BRAT ON THK BENCH. Tho next I- 'gislature will ht? cal led upon to fl ll thi> vacancy occa .doned by thc election <>f .In igo Cothran to Contre?--.".. From tho earliest times to tho present day. it har ever been c msidored tho high eat honor to ho :\ Jud.ro i:i South Carolina. Indeed, no State In the Union can boast of greater learn ing, integrity, patriotism and hon or, than has adorned the Judiciary of this Stato. It i- as it should be, and the matter of eli eting a succes sor to Judge Cothran, is ono of Im portance. Several gentlemen have horn | upokon of as candidate11, any one of whom would probably til...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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