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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 January 1887

^?ie Advertiser, ! LAUREN?, January f>th. 1887. Bird hunters havo hud groat sport for thy past few day*. Mr. J. W. Peterson had tho misfor tune to loso a fino horse on Saturday. Peur barroom? have taken out li censes. The olly lieensois $S!K), Oounty, ?100, Unitod States ?'?5. Aloxandor was eleotod president of the (Soorgia Central Railroad over Raoul, by moro than tldrtoon thousand majority. OS OhildrOSS and Miss Zola Parks, daughter of .Fowler Parka, woroinarrlod at Fountain Tun on S u lid ny bv Ihn Rev Mr Blnleok. Dr. 1*. It. Connor, Would inform tho publie that ho hus returned and can Uow ho found at his dental rooms ?ovor Ii. O. Hallo <fc co's store. A ungi? man in Colnmhln last wook dolirerlng a ?un oh of ban noa from a dray was hittoil by a venomous en alee and is now lu a critical condition. A now panie of cards called ..matri mony'' ia destined to hecoino popular. If tho man winn, ho lakes tho girl} if the Kiri wins, she takes tho man. Laurens Rifle Company will meet ...

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 January 1887

Don't mis mors prices, so we have <1< ?kl o? i? a fow weeks. UJ wuut honoa gooda nt pricea Good, 9-4 and 10 Shetlng 17^ etsi .Md upwards. Bleached or bro wu White Coun terpane* Marvellous *alu*? at 76 fcl.t? $1.25 a?.d every grade you eau thia*, ot Whit? Blankets, a Manufact ura* line slightly soiled bought at i? eta on the dollar Wonderful bargains ia thia lot. A big Stuck of Casslixiera Jeunes Cou.ur flannels, White flannels, Hod flannels, Twill fl au u el fl, Piala d>bu*??-, et otistomers own pricea. ; >.?>?vt buy Flannels or anything iii A XT Q_XT i [CoKci.UDRn i no M FIRST PAOI?.] and other electrical disturbances <Uirin?: thc entire Rummer, with a very prolonged drought, which still comies. 2. A peculiar appear ance of tho sky and the atmosphere on the evening of August 31, ob served and commented on by pey era! perron-'. Very bright orange sunset ?till prevail (Nov. i8). 8. Very oppressive heat and sultri ness experienced by every oue just before ten o, dock...

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 January 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. A I.K1TKU FltOM CAPT. TIM it A S. II? lilvotj lil? Vims on Certain 'I'la I it KM Dono by the LogUltitnro ut Uio Uncent 8 cxialou. To tho Editor of tho Nows nuti Couri er: Your editorial in the Tho News ?iud Courier of Docomhor 24, headed "Tho samo Old Trouble," is in tho main just nnd appropriate, but at the annie time it in misleading. For instance, speaking of the bills emanating from tho l'armera Convention, und which have boon either postponed, amended out ol' all shape, or slaughtered outright in the Senate, you say: "Who is responsible wc need not nay. Tho Senators will be prepared, of course, to explain their action to their cnn. stituents when the proper time ennis, and they will doubtless i>c givi n the op portunity. But whatever their reason, good or had, thc fact, remains that tho quarrel of thc fanners, il' the have any, in willi their own represen...

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 January 1887

file Advertiser J. (\ GARLING TOW, J3DIT0H, LAURENS January 12th, 1887/ Bubscrlptiou PrlC0--l? Months, Cl.00 PAY A ULK IX ADVANCE, (tatos for Advortlslnft.-Ordlnnrv Art vrrti"-.:m>>, por SQ miro, Ouoinsor lion, fl.00} ouch subsequent inser tion. 50 ' "Mts. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements, J. C. ?A HLINCTON * <'<>., Proprietors. TO K.UUCATC OUIMINAIJS. SontO Stales hnVO decided to es tablish schools in prisons anil peni tentiaries, in which to instruct pri sons convicted of crime, rt is v.cii probably, for these Staten that have reformatory institutions for Juvenal offenders, such as oar constitution content" tat? s to instruct sue!: often ders 'as uro plnccd lhere for correc tion, but tho schctnc to convert penitentiaries hito school-houses, ls absolutely wrong. A stato pris on is a place of punishment, and we hiive no spmpnthy with that class of philanthropists who insist that criminals should enjoy royal case and comfort. Criminals should be made to...

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 January 1887

??rjL11" m i vrmtj&KJvrr-hj*i*r*mmnr ms ? II,mar; Wje Myertiser J. C. OAKLINGTON EDITOR, LAURENS January J2th, J887.W B'.ibscrlptiou PJ loo- -IC Months, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Ra'i'sf" Advertising.-Ordlnurv Ad vertisements, por squuro, ?nolnsor tlon, ?1.00; oucli Bub3< quem Insor tion, 50 ' ''nts. bthortil roduetioii nude foi- largo Ad vertisements. J. O. GAltLINOTON iV co., Proorlolors. TO KD U CATI: OIUMINAXJS, .Some States have decided to es tablish schools in prisons and peni tentiaries, in which to I mt mci pri sons convicted of crime. Il is woll probably, for thoso Staten that havo reformatory Institutions for Juvenal offenders, such ns our constitution contemplates to instruct sue!; offen ders 'ns aro pin cod lhere for correc tion, but tho scheino to convert penitentiaries into school-houses, is absolutely wrong. Asiate pris on is a place of punishment, and we have no spmpathy with that class of philanthropists who insist that criminal- should enjoy royal ease and c...

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. — 12 January 1887

"OOxi't x Owing to jhe ?holt crop ui tr* piic<-Htso vve Luvt* ad oi in A ?ew wrck?. Wtvut Loues gooda At j rice: Hood, t-4 and 19 Minting 17$ ct? Il4 ?pwards. ?leached or brow? While Coun terpanes blarvelloa* valuvs at Ti $1.90 $1.25 aad ?very grad? yo? eau .Wak cf Wa.it? Blanket*, a If an ?fact ?faa lia? slightly soiled bonght al 90 et? OB the dollar Wonderful Wrgains la this lot. A kia; Stock of Casslraers Jeane? Cotton flannels, Wliite flannel*, Bed flannel*, Twill flannels, Plain flannels, at ?ustomer* own prices. D?n't hay Fiauaels or anything in TX O TX THE CHURCHES OF MOSCOW. A OMr W Irlrat, na* Plan-?a Wea?ea? af th.? Sr.wUD. I ava (afanara that H?-?r<* ?rs In Doc to w about 1.000 ?rwk ab?relo*. They ar* a wi af Oalboue, Mobrun saetSaa. aaa Oriental architecture, and probably th* ni'Wi boaatifal oitnrcbea ia ULM world. Wheat tue ?mat? aad won derful St. H.ia.l cbarwa. waa cc:u;vl???? tho architect waa ask?? by hi? ntcute*, Ivan Ihn Terrible, i' tba', effort wu? bi? var...

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. — 12 January 1887

The Advertiser, LACHIONS,January 12th, IS87. .??OGa? and iggciaifc Elopements aro fashionable nowadays, Ho r.uro to roglstor for Ibo city elect i.<-.i whioh takes placo on tho h iii hi./.. Roo themagnificent ofl'or of do AT> vanriaRa for ISST, in another column. ? negro who was working on tho tres tle over Little Uiver last w?ok, felUo ft but \\ ns unhijurud, Don't forget :<> register lor tho town oleetloiit booka open with C W "uno, Clerk, on tho 12th, and close on tho 17th A mos', excellent poem will appear In our next Issue, Als., sovural Important communications whir!? wore crowded out this vveok. Mr ND Franks is building a hand aomu residonCo on tho Brooklyn sido. Ile has purchased n very oligablo lot from N .1 Holmes Rsq. Hoad tho totters of J?ill Ny and ?on Tillman in this issue, t?>t!i a;-, interest ing, "Hill" cuasos our climate, and .?Ben" our loglahtturo. Oftho 137 count les in Georgia, los have absoluto prohibition and twolvo others have partial prohibit l...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 January 1887

PINKERTON CAUGHT TH KM. ALL FI VK or xiii: FXFUKSS ICO II ur ns i N Cl s TOW. A Mar? ?loti? Nurra! I? ?? ol Their l>?-t?-? l Inn iii rough III? 11 II i > ntl <. ???-.. ot' Ringleader Wllrui'k In Writing llie".l lin Camming*" Lettern. i Kr om thf Philadelphia l'huas,) ll is rundo known through tho Pinker ton detectives that they hu ve captured und fastened the evidence upon Jive men, who were concerned in tito robbery of tho Winnis Express our ou thu St. Louis aini San Fraucisco liailroad^on the night o? October 20, thirty-six miles from St. Louis. Tito most important ebie was obtainable through the "Jim Cum mings" letters to a St. Louis paper which were written by Fred NYitroek, who, with a man liainod Weaver, both engaged in business in Chicago, wen; the princi pals in the affair, A portion of tho $00,000 stolen was recovered from thc live men, from Willock.s wife and from an iuuoceut stranger, who had in good faith uudertaken to bold $-1,500 for Witrock. Thc detectives re...

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 January 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TUE LAWS OK THE STATE. KOMK OF THU ACTS I'ASSISI I HY THU HKCKNT ).I;I;M,A I I lili. si..im..i .. i'i-<>\ Islons mi Vni'loiiH Multen of Publie IntoroHt. Thc following aro f.oinc of tho nunc important .nets paeaeil nt tho recent ses sion of the Gonoral Assembly: ARREST AND DAIIi. AN ACT to Ainoml Beotion 200 of thc ('ode of Civil Procedure, relating to ArrcHt and liail. BKOTION 1. That Section JIM) of tho Codo of Civil Procedure ho amended hy adding thereto tho following, to be known as Paragraph Gt "In an action for tho recovery of damages in ii cause of action uot arising out contract, when the defendant ;; ti non-resident of the State, or in about to remove therefrom, or when tho action is for injury to person or oharactcr, or for injuring or for wrongfully taking, do tainig or converting propi rty." HAW Kl.lt;. AND PCDDMUtS, AN ACT to amend Sections 1,33...

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 January 1887

JF?ie Advertiser j. c. GA TILING rox, wm ron, LAURENS Januar;, loth, ISS7. Subscription P.lco-- Months, C.'. .OJ PAYA BLE IX ADVA NO?. Kates Cir .dvertislng. -Ordlunrv Ad vortisouionls, por square, < tue inser tion, $1.00; each subs?quent inser tion, 60 eonts. Liberal roduetlon inndo for largo Ad vertisements. J. V. OAKLINGTON ,v CO., _ Proprietors. AUGUSTA ARRAYED Iii HOLIDAY ATTIRE ROYAL RECEPTION TO <* AT. OJ. INA A1ID (.?EOKGC. THE KXCUltSION, BANQUET AND 11AI di, Augusta is famous fortier hospi tality, and tho hearty welcome she always- extend to trlemls and es pecially her "Carolina cousins" has been shown repeat rally. The citi zens of (hisgrnnd old r i!;,- never t ire while Advancing her interest. Year by year new avenues of commerce are opened-neighboring towns and cities sock Augusta as a mark et nndAugtista gives a helping hand to all !wch enterprises. T?tere ls no difference between Carolina and Georgia, ll is indeed un invisible lino that divides a-, rn adversity ...

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 January 1887

JFhe Advertiser, IjAUllENS.Jaiiuary 11> * I ?. I?K7. our] municipal oloetion ' i?ronil8< t j to bo ?i dulci iilViiir, .'Muddy Laurena*1 I? tho way tho "03- j tooincd oontouinoritrlos" call lt. After .-.'.I Cluverlus' nook wu? not ; broken ho dlod of strangulation. Farmers in aotuo soot wu repor I great I diminue to fall oats by cold wcatboi. j Tho directora and ollloors of Hi' \'?-? 1 ional Hank of Laurens, who lr:ve sorv cd since tho organisation, wore ro-oloet- : od on th" I ll h lust, Th" Kirai Quarterly Conference of tho Mot bod Isl Church, will lu? hold on the ??2nd Inst, ai lltisnlaco. Hov ? M Carl- ? lalo will overtoil on that day and Hov T Cl Herbert, Presiding Kider, on Ibo Sun day following. inasmuch as tho editor has lieon un vent du ri n'.i most of Ibo past week, lo. eal news ls f 'arco. Wc relv noon the valuable assistance of our County asso- ; <r?ates, and hope our waders will < xeuso ; (ho abseaueoot loco's, RnnqucUi d' .rt I come often. ? Tho Kahlin Schoo...

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 January 1887

?CHOL.AB? ANO ('ITI'/.KftS. tVUe \\.ir.ls LU I he X.ntnri? Of Our Oovrrmiirnt and Iii? Only ol VoUUg Mm. Senator Hawley, of Connecticut, in the course of a recent address (o students at Hamilton Collcgo, said: "It is Impossible lar one who may call himself a veteran lo CODX3 before an* audience of youilg men without thinking of their lutiire and the (Uttiro of their country. Boys are apt lo think that il ?hov had lived ia*tho past they would have stood hy Luther, have stood hv Cromwell, have stood hy Christ. I am liol sure they would. Most ol' the men of I hose times did not. Hut even now Christ is con stantly hoing crucified, constantly needs defenders. I ile not believe !n this discontent wit h the present, nor in this agitation for constant change. There' Is one thing you may be certain of, we arc hound Irrevocably to the expeliiiici'.t ol' ti government under which wo shall have universal suffrage. Soil is well for you ?is thinking men lo examine, not only "your religious belief...

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 January 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE STATU AND TM. I VHMK1.& WHAT nu: in i'A i::TM UN i ol IGltl < i i.T I KI: IS HOI Nt.. An Interview willi G'oiiu>tlst?lo|iei" nullor Wluil lloKuyH ; IMHO the Iteeenl Altl??Tn Upun iii-? In-pari melita (From I'M' Nowa and Couru v.) COIJUMIUA, January 18. -Colonel A. 1'. lintier has boon tho commissioner ol Agriculture of South Curolinn < vcr si net lii.s department began ?ts work, BOVCU youlB ago? Ile in thoroughly dovotod to it uiul, of couran, know? ?ll its detail* ?ml ninnes all itu aspirations, lit view of the confusion which exists in Iii? pub lio mind as to tho linties, acts ?ml re sources of tho department, ?nil tin criticisms which huvo boen made upen its management, tho Nowa ni ul Cou rici linn un hos Recured un interview with Commissioner Butler, enabling him lo summarize tho situai ion from ins shu I point. The fever o? tho "Tillman move...

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 January 1887

... ^-.i .Mam..i The Advertiser ?7. C. OA It LIX G 7 OX, i: i ?7 TOR, LAURENS ?Tnawarjr ?Gth, lsS7; ?M??criptloa Prico--13 fctOtttal, 01.00 ia- ;.!_.?^.?.^t-~T~...rr~^.~. FAT A llb TC ITS APYAXCK. {totes f?r Advertising. Ordinary Ad tr?rti?"ir^??t?i, p?>r ;?<,:.. 4n*, Onu Inner? tion, $l,t?:*cnoh BU' sequent l?sor? tie?, r,t) cont".. Tjlhcral reduction made for largo Ad rrrlis?MH<-iii ?.. J. C. OA RL1 NOT? >N A CO., Pronrlcl rs. \Mimmj*mimm\t\*.-II- ??- . . - ? WHY GO WISST? At lids sanson ot* the year, wo often hear of good citizens l av ing their tuitivo State io lind moro lucrativo fields in Hie growing West. Tn this section, lt ls said, tho loamed professions are crowd ed) farming is n fa il uro, and all the avocations which should lve open to young men a re tilled. Hut is this true? ls ll (ruo that South Carolina has grown so rap idly in population thal ii i* roso ure-1 es are not sufllciont for their maintninancc ? It i^ true that ih- re ave many In i loamed I prof...

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 January 1887

^he Advertiser, LAUltENS, January 20th, 1887, How about st Valentino's. Kail. It ls proMalilo thal somoono will marry in Fobruary. Laurens needs ti ntaiHifaelnriiiR boom n't Eit)itt hayo it. HaulldflE K>>:?IO is now engaging tit? intention of tannera. A noighhorin"; (own wanta tl cotton /neiory lH.-oiut.se it is tlio cheapest cot lon murkst in (lu* Routh. How did Un1 < ol<l wavo offect your Now Year':! roaolulions? A bakery will soon bc added to tho lint of Laurena' luduslrios. Thc advance In tho prico of corn should remind farmers of tho value of t his crop. Tho newly olocted council v. ill enter upon Ute discharge of thoir ?J tit ios on February 1st. Tho "flow of spirits" on oloetion day Ituit week, shows what thc electoral vote is worth to .*. negro. Tho riso hi tho Ooorgin Central stock is only equallod by thal <>t' tho Laurous Building mci boan. rt is whispered leaf candidates for 1888 aro vonturing out. Perhaps some aro a "little too previous." Tho nowspapois...

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 January 1887

18 THU E.\D AIM'llO VCIII.XJ i Boin? TllOUght* *?it|?::?-.ilcil 1>V ?lilt Holriiiii In. qulry. in a:i editorial, sonio weeks since, ont) sentence reads thus: "Our lielief is Utal our world's lilstory ls ni ?ir tho end." Tin-. DAUA* (Columbia) Unco un quotes that Bcuteuce, and sectus to think thal a great many good people may Ito unreasonably disturbed hy Bitch declaration, and that they "would like to know w hat reasons wo have for entertaining such u holler." To this thc editor ol Tim KKCOKII adds his ow n w ish thal wo "would give tho public the hem lit of whatever Information we may have on the subject.'' Wc du not profess lo have more Informa lion than others hau- or mighl o!.tain from the Scriptures and Hie signs of lhu times as predicted in the Scriptures Thc ad vent of christ will end the probation ol tho world. We lix no hour, no day, uoi year, only thc studj of God's word ant! thc drifting signs ol the times lead us !< thc belief that the world is approaching III unpa...

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 February 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. now THE SHAH LIVES. PEltttONAli AM) OIIMIA?. I>I:T.\M OF rm: i.i i i; OK I'KUMA'? um.KU. Ills Joui'iuil nf TI'IIVOIK, und How ll I'rlnt. ?l--l'.\ s. ?;. W. Iloiijuiiitii, llccont ly UllltcU StlUOM MIHINIOI' In I'Olsltl. Tho VO?00 0? Hie muezzin. a long melodious chant, is hoard Hunting over tin? ?till air of morning from tito tower? of Teheran. At the tame m nm ul till .sun bursts over tho eastern plains, nuil burnishes tho walls of th- capitol willi u golden glow. On tho loft.) turo I ol' the palace gato a troop of royal trumpcl ti liai ls the coming day, while in tin nt root ? bolow rings tie- plobian born which an nouneos to tho people thai the publii baths mo ready for the tinily ablution. At the sume time tin- camel bolla ar. heard of caravans which, utter traveling all night, aro now entering tho city. An attendant in Blocking foi t raises Un heavy il ni...

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 February 1887

The ?dvertisi J. C. OA Ii TJ I AV? V CLY", EDITOR. PAY A I? I J I. I N fU>VA Nt'IC. Katoa for Advertislag. Ordinary A : vortisemonls ??or siiuaro, Ol . Inser tion, fi.00; each subacqueni Inner* tin)!, 60 00!l?8. Llboral roduelion mudo tor largo Ad? rertiuemonts. J. C. Ci A lt Ld N<. TON ?v CO., Proprietors. TIN-; OAUSN OF LAAV IIKBSNK IS. If wo oanuot clod members to tho legislature who will como ( ut boldly against local legislation, lot tho people of tho s: iio '.ooh ah >;.'. thom and soo If Un ,\:ui .> timi a man for tho oiHai of f?ovcrnnr who will act as Pu. : ION - land did whiha < !o\ cram York,-placo a prompt vol on cry act passed by tho (JenoraI Assembly of a gone -al nata . h was local ?it Its opera! ion. THK ADVKKTISKH has h al n rroal deal to say against local legisla lion, but we have m> ox< uso to ol 'er. Tho growing toudcucy of legi hi toi ?. to favor the passage of any a I th I any mombor proposes if h 1 will only add at tho fool of his bill thal ...

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 February 1887

fammimwtmmmrmmmntint.m.n maro JPhe Advertiser, LAURENS, Fobronry 2nd issy. r.m. JL .1. BBB " IR ? 11 VJ ?SKoeal anfl SpGGiai.fc Survivors' mooting on tho 8th, Stations along tho llnoof tho Q'.'co*!-! Tillo t>ad Lau.'ona liadvoad ivo hoing t> J i? u\> rn->i<1 f. Viitbu?flin^ hoom esn'inoos, ri IR ?how? bT the amoant o.* la ni)*- hat bi da"'."' hauled hero. Sevo <d com ?mn,ont'.OOH havo hoon crowded outo*this Issn-.?, hut \v "' ap pear no t wed.. Those who dc . vio -.'t ..i of work iu;? tho loudsoiin do H.? hy nay n : tho T casi* o?* two dollars, which o.\onip? for tho yea.- J V. Wo loam that a mad ('og bas leen ills tiivblng tho I.' ,hon noi^hoo hood, Two n ogro old ul en woro limby b" od, who aro now hi a vc y o ' t'on.1 ooud' lon. Tho dog wa1? a yoPow spooimou o." 'io boil tut varie y. Ch'.of of-pol'oo Mar'/.n, i.i a< >. . lauen w Uh las uo, lon f, otu the ?oliei of > (anburg, c.uiijit n u<- *o '.<.<. . II lu < '..al.i wVo was chacol? with ato...

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