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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 February 1887

1 , A iii : llolilicry III ? liarlrnlon. Charleston is very much stirred UP over Ibo systematic robbery of ono of tho largest wholesale bouses on East May, ami n Pin kerton detective who hus Leen working up Hie. cuse lins just made his report, ll Is said that since the doolb of the senior some six years ago the house ha-- fallon behind between #10i>,000 and $150,000, hut it was not untit six months ago that the hooso sus pected tiny t hi UK wrong, A Pinkerton de tective was sent for. S um after this a young man was given employment in the store and gradually worked himself up from porter, watchman nssistnut shipping i ii rk, etc. remaining in each department long enough to lu i ome thoroughly ncipintutco. with Iiis fellow clerks Tho youngman turtled oui to he a detective and about a WCCk llg? he returned to his employers and made Ins report lo tho iigeney who sent il to tiie bouse. The re pori exposed tho whole business end designated the guilty parties. Thc linn i- now I real ln...

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 February 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. NYE AMONG Till-; MOONSHINERS. TIII: l.ivia.v ICXTEHIKNOK or AN IX ?M i mac a i i tat uti rn. Ho lands an Humble Cabin In Wentorn Kurth < 'u roll nu Bini Tunton tho CIIOUIIIUIM. (Bill Nye In tho Nfw York \V ?ri I ? Asuiai IU.K, N. C., January 18. Lust week 1 wollt oat into tlio mountains for tlio purpose of scouring a liolly tree witli red berries on it for Yuleti lo. 1 hud noticed in all my pictures of Christmas festivities in England that, iii*- holly, with cranberries OU it, constituted thi background of Yuletide. A Yuletide in England without a holly bough and H little mistletoe iu it wouldn't bo worth half price. Herr these vegetables grow in great profusion, owing t<> I lie equable olimate, and so tho holly tree is within tho reach of all. 1 resolved to secure one po : (?nally, so 1 sped away into the mountains, where, in less than the limo it takes...

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 February 1887

-T^he Advertiser y ..c\ P?HL i A ty m vj ? / ; / ?. LATJttKjNS Febril .?.. ? is? .gn'.11 MV?v.nyrlco.- - MO:; >T?, >i M) RAYAHS,* JN A!?VAV?:. ftftlfM for Adv?rt1lin*. Ordtna/V Ail fOrti?OttiOU<W, J?.]- ? ^u:irf>, I ll biHor (loni fl.l^i; t.*.-li HU\m?**iUUIII itltMr don, f*** cent?. J il ??ral r?<?!i.-"i tri iuu?J.' f?v< I?rg0 i 4 VfwiiaoiuontB. V . U. OAKLINGTON A r. >., l'roprlcti ir i. DEMOCRACY, Tho Abbeville \fv(Uion *nys; fc* ''Organizations lo ioforiu timi i u "lighten tho rising generation upon Kthe true principles ol' tin' :. mo "racy are necessary In those lay " This is true. Nol tully the ; I lng generation, hui the general ion ri - en, could study tho principles of democracy with profit. In national affairs many of thu most undemo cratic ideas havo been recognized by tho party? but when we lock al ourjown State we exclaim*, "Oh Demoracy; what moasuros have not been pitt forward in thy oaine? Wira? principi?is loo heavy for thy platform lo support?" ...

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 February 1887

THE SIGN BEARER. "Sandy" was not really lila uamo, of course; but when a man becomes, in point of fact, nothing but a peripatetic. Band wich he is apt to grow indilfcront to small points of etiquette and to tho social exactions that demand a prolix to a gen tleman's name when he is addressed, For old Sandy waa a gentleman in spite of tho fa< t that there was nothing visiblo of bim above tho sign board, *o to speak, but a pair of drooping ^boul ders inadequately covered with a rusty tweed coat; a weather honten neck, in which sollie of the cords seemed to have Acquired undue prominence by reason of the heavy boards swung hy straps across Id'i drooping shoulders; a careworn face, forever rod oom ed from insignificance by .> pair of mild gray eyes that luid caught ra commercial trick of looking very per suasively into the face of every passerby, os bo supplemented th* big lettered an nouncements of his boards by a flutter ing rose colored leatlet extended in a tremulous brown ban...

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 February 1887

The Advertiser, LAURENS* Fobraary 0, 1387. A&otsal and SpsBraL". Gardening is now In order. rtoo uottoo of Stockholders ni ?cling. Our sidewalks around town havo boon sanded. Tho now Council will KO ln( . oOl . I ? day. Tko City Htoro has boon moved back to Sparlaahurff. J. T. M. Pall, Clark of Cou ri of berry, ls dead. Lost. -Qoldou opportunities, the ll udor will IM? rewarded, A Moo lot of Gurdon Hoods of all kind? at Wilkes* Hook and Drug Store. Tho dato of tho Itali has bCOU ob? IRO I lo Fobruary Slat, on account or tho nw nie. ITonry Haininond bas purehaood I.cs Ito Ilros' bouso und lot on tho '< ?; aub'. Ami now tho small boy begins to ok about for a nloklo to buv hts girl a 01 . io ol* valentine--.. Nf rs. Sharp baa moved Into i>r. Todd'n residence on Main stn 11 vacated bj .'!.-. T. R. Crews, Don't ozpoct Anything funny in ibis papor. Our''funny .mot" has gone 'Vi tl OU a bridal tour. Dr. T. M. Baily, will proaoh In ho Baptist Church to morrow Wodnoi night at 7 P. ...

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. — 9 February 1887

TH K VUOli ICl-'.SSI VIS SOI TH. Vuets Bhowlng u Vino I'roupeot for the l't-oolf of tills Sec (lon. (Fron) tho ItaUlmora Sim.) Long before the movement from tho N<>rtboru ami Middle States sot in, tho ?Sun repeatedly called attention to tin now field thut since the war was opened nt tito South for industrial emigration from tho Statis \ind from abroad. lt pointed OUt ita vast underlying wealth of eoal and iron oro, of limestone and mnngnnoso, its greet deposits of kaolin mid of copper and gold, to its variety of woods for tho constructive and decora tive jun poses, and its thousands of acres of fertile soil. At thal time only a few cotton factories \v< re in operation, some kaolin deposits worked, and hore und there SOUth ol' Virginia, whore coal nuning had long bo i going on, some feeble attempts mud at mining-princi pally in Tennessee and Alabama-- where ti tow furnaces had been built for tho smelting of iron ore. lt hud bet o demonstrated ovon Iben that cottou fabrics of...

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. — 16 February 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TIM KIA' TOPICS VOW MUMEKA HOW TO DO I'AYINCI WOKK AT Til IK sr: A.MIN. SuggestI*>i?s of Intuios!, From un A ul lon i taliv? Source. (W.L. Jone? In llio Southern C'iiltiv ; .) it is presumed that by this limo ? very farmer has matured his, plans, and is ol ready underway in executing lin m. One of tho first thin ga to claim bis at i cu lion is tho preparation of tho manure h> be used. Ho has deoided to uso c inposts largely and be must now prepare them; tho matter cannot bo deferred much longer. Whilst a compost will .. bur rosultfl. prepared only a mouth or six weeks in advance of its application, tho general drift of oxporioncc iudii di a that hotter results ensue where th. y aro pr..?, pared three mouths in advance. Com posts for cotton should bo put up at once, and caro taken that overy e< nditiou for proper fermentation be present. Those conditions ...

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 February 1887

JFhe Advertiser ' I.A l'UKN?! ?Vobruuy lo, l.ssV. B%*~*crli>91o\i ftt?i-*lJ UouMi?, Cl.00 l'A Y A ULK IN ADV ANC R. l?#f;.^ r,;r .Vdverttalu!?. Ordinary Ail vorUvtHuouU, :.. r ? maro, ? hui In ?or Mou, fl.o?j t?uh Baust*y,uont maur tlon, M font*. , , , Llbei ?I reduction made for lar?c A.i fvMtlitoincutM. #. C OAKLINGTON A CO.. Proorli turn. WHAT IfAVH TIIKY DON1C Wo have doubt od tlH\?wlsdom of of our Stn to legislatura In giving I money toestabllsli two experiment vtl farms and stations In this Statu :it this time. Aside from tho clamor that has boen raised, tho demand sharp and decisivo from tho?peoplo, for lower tuxes; asido from tho Im poverished condition of H ose who taust boar tho ?burden ?if tho tax, which condition is simply tho rr mit of throe succc * Ivo failures <?f ? rop >, we think this an inopportune timo to iuako?expcrliuoutnl* } station i. Tito practtculjvdluoofexperiments to farmors can scared bo estimat ed, but tho question In tl?.;- minds of practical m...

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 February 1887

Wie Advertiser, nm i.? LAURENS, February 16, 1887. .4 Kasai and SpSGiaLjk! Tho Cold wsvoMinfllnmi Hmo. Ihxl Trtuflt Froof oat? ut J JV Cooper A Co. Tho pMtt HM hoon . rt?U w**k with tho merchant*. Everybody la nt work. Miss Janlo simpson of Pondloton is visiting folnilTOO and Monda at this placo. All ?arlette** ot Boed potatoes at J IX Cooper A Co. Frosh nsaorttoent of Faintly ami Fan cy QrocorioN Ju??. Heeirod Ht J lt Cooper A Co J R Cooper ta ?K?UU to bo found at Iiis post of duty whoro ho ts alwayH iclad to serve ti 1K friends and customers. (pille a nu tuber of nt tiles and horne* were sold here (luting tho past week. A number ofoabtna for railroad hands OU tht.H HOOt lo ll <?f thoO. !.. it B. rall roatl are hoing built on Capt. John W. Watts' land. Mr William Scott of (be Mt. Gallagher neighborhood ho? moved Into (tao roat doneo rocontly vnoatod by M rn. sharpe, ami baa opoiiod ? boarding houso. A prent many commercial mon take advnntngo of our famous Hnndolla Hotel by BpOll...

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 February 1887

INSTKAI) OF lil INC llANt-' " What Bleetrlvluus say ofTuktug I MO by Heit I tit ol it llnttory. (From the M>ir YorU St.ir.) Some Now i'ork physicians tliink that improvements ii? ha tuon;1' MO urgently needed. They want to make the death penalty easy, pleasant and delightful. Electricity has been proposed by them for capitol punishment, and the Legisla ture yosterday considered a bill to sub stitute the elect l ie battery for tho hang man's rope. An electrician at the Ellson building in Pearl street, whore electricity is man- ! ufactured for illuminating purposes, was yesterday tsked how people might be killed with neatness and dispatch by electricity. Ila said that it was the easiest matter in the world. AU a con demned man would have .o do at the hournud moment when ho was to leave tho world tor brighter climes, would be to take hold of two wires, one connected. with a positivo hatti. und tho other with a uogativo battery. Acting thus ns a conductor between the two wires the el...

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 February 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TllK SINS OF Tin: 8F.NATH. An Explanation ot tho Cour.r 'Chut Hotly on UK- "Agricultural Ullis." Senator L. W. Yeomans, ofllnrnwoll, has written a letter to tho Nows anti Courier, defending tho action of tho State Sonate ou dif?eront mattem con sidered at tho recont session. After re viewing tlio articles of the several critics who have published thoir viows in tho nowspapors, Senator ?buninns fays: in a resumo of this diopter of fault Unding we note threespeoiflocomplaints against tho Sonato: Tho omasoulation of thu hill providing for ? xporiiiu lal i tiona; tho rejection ?>f tho resolution providing for a traveling conunittee to investigate tho modus oporaudi of ugri cultural collogea in other Stales; thc postponement of tho bill to ? rj the department of agriculture. : .: '. the hill to pr?vido fm- oxp< riiuotdiil ? t. Uons was maimed in tin- House and i...

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 February 1887

ffe Advertiser j. r. (,.! K/./xtr. <>.\, WlTjTolt, IJAUKKN? February 28, 1887. - 8ubacvl;>ti.)n lrJc?--10 Montee, ?i.vO PAYAltLK IN ADVA NOK. Hatos for Advertising, ordlniiry Ad-| Vortlscniotils, por mjtturo, Duo hu tlon, fl."*'; ouch nubsc?pu "i linter t(ltO, Ml ooni ?. [dhcrttl reduction nuitlo i?>r largo Ad Vortisc'.iiolOs. j. c. UARld*N< ?TON i\ CO . Proprletoro, COV NT Y COURTS. During tito i?ast wool; tl*?' Suprnic Court of thin State Im?? decided llml Trial Jual looa have no jurisdiction In caisos of petit larceny. Thia re lieves tho Trial Justices oreases that have heretofore oeeuplod most of their time. We have hoon in formed thad in this County alone, there have hoon during tho past year, considerably nu ro titan imo hundred arrests for petit lareey. All e.f tV."-?> have boen di iposed ?if by Trial Justices, Homo havosorv od AO dnys lu the County Jail, biri by far the majority <! those con victed have boen lined simply und released. Under tills decisio...

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 February 1887

fr fie Advertiser, liAUHlCKS , IY.MU.iry 23, I8K7, ^fiosal anil S?gGiaT.Jk Lent beginn t<> tiny, 23rd. Oatt, fl. W. (tray WUK r^gWorod ?u tll<3 I lom! ol lu on Thursday. Hean tho "RhlH of tito Sinai.-" l y Soi) ? ntor YoutnatiH, elKowltoro in this bisco. Ruporlnlondnnl Kloo, In winning go! don opinion from Um people un his rotllUlM through {.|)n ututo, Several now nu i nos bi wo lx>on added lo tho roll of tho r.aurctinvilla Koinnlo Col logo (turing tho pus; -.VIM-';. Julius ll. I ley wt! ri I. Kw\, of Orooti ville, nm! T. s. Moorman, Csu., of Newberry, worn in (own professionally last wook. Throe Minali rosth'onoos on Laurens Rlrool in lins olty willi si:; Kooins lo Ibo house oan neooirwnoihtlo 7.'> pomona ,01111 ftlrmlnghatn boni that. A lurtro lot of fl ti ano jn?( roolvoil al Sullivan iv Miliuna Orn s. C. Cull on thom, (hoy will ?i ll von a! IOWOHI ;.? ??|. Mo prices. '_'i Congress h o fi passed :i !..<; lonny tho oho in of p.. R. Jamen for transport i mr 1 '. R...

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 February 1887

Calhoun's stuf HO III I'oaltlou. At 10 o'clock Tuesday morning ti bali dozen workmen begun to turn tho wind lass of tho huge derrick ou Marion .sentare, and tho colossal bronze statue of .Ioho C. Calhoun, which Avas to crown UlC work ami realize tho dream of thirty live yean, slowly rose from the ground. The work was delayed until that hour iu order to allow some of tho members of the committee to bo present. Six stout cables hud been passed around tho bot tom of tho chair and made fast to tho figure, whioh was Huts nicely balanced. Tito lund was still well covered with thick folds of canvass, tightly bound. Guy repos leading in ditlcrcut direc tions ?ero held each by a workman, thus enabling them to regulate any circular or lateral motion, and at the sumo time to place the statue iu the position it was to occupy on the pedestal. lt did not take long to hoist it to tho top of the pedestal, ami there it was allowed to remain, lt was more sugges tive than ever of the idea of an execu ...

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 March 1887

LAURENS, S. G., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1887. NO. 31. GHOSTS IN OLD V1KG1NNV. Tllli Sl'i:\OTU Ul I T I'l.ANTIK WHO CO ULI) NOT iir.sr IN ins ot; wi:. _ A Till? l?y Marilin lllll*lllli<l i Will'li Sin Says li l<*OUII(IO(l "ll l'art*. Ho hau spout most ol tho December day within ?lours. In hisjnisl; promu nade ou tho long pondi ho glanced, ; when he passed thom, into tho drawing room windows. In tho warm urea spread about it by thu great Uro in tho chimney, he could BOO two nrmcli tin PI I suggestively together on the rug. Ile had nat in one all tho uftomoon. iii - laney, now placed ill the other a slij;ht Hllpplc figuro in n wino-colored gown with Bott laces nt neck and wrists. She was young and blue-eyed,- and had rust-colored hair with bronzed ripples running through it : in the cheek next to him WUH a dimple that deepened when she lau g I led, Ile would marry hor in May, God willing, by the time the roses would bo in bloom Ot! the liare, brown sticks over thoro ill thc garden. H...

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 March 1887

JFhe Advertiser ~7. c ~ (} A UL i xa y ( ) x, i: i > i TO /.-, LA Uli 10NB March 2, 1887. lubaorlptlou Prico-13 Moatli3, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. IJ..U -??!_??.'.._?. . Untos for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vortinemontn, por square, Ono Inser tion, $1.00? oneh subsequent Inser tion, 60 conti. Llboral roduction inntlo for largo Ad vortlaouicnts. J. C. OAKLINGTON, Proprietor. With till? isSUC, J. C. (JAKMNC1 ?TON booonios solo Editor und Pro prietor of Tin' LAURENS ADVERT? BKR, having purchased thc inter est of J. W. LEAKE, No chango whatever will bo made in the pub lication of this paper. A "BIIBCHIEVOUS THEORY." Tho object of government is to protect the weak from the encroach ments of tho strong, and to protect men tn tho enjoyment of their nat ural right. This is the object of all governments, and only this. A lit tle more than a century ago a gov ernment was formed upon tho prin cipio that all men are entitled to an equal degree of liberty. Ono hundred years ago this government...

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 March 1887

JF?ie Advertiser, LAURENS, March 2nd, 1887. ma_". "- - - - ...i-.-vi'Mj ? ? >.._> ' g ?si ?oca! an3 Special. Dixie for February is ? model muga alno. "Rend Mr. Tillman's reply to Mounter Ypumans. Wo enll attention totboenrd of J. E. Wilkes in this issue Tho hardware store of W. !.. Royd, lias bOOII Handsomely refitted and tin proved. Groonvllle cotton factories aro bohind Oil orders for goods Olid report a splen did business. Superintendent BolklUtpof tho Goor Kia t'entrai Railroad, passed through thia place oil Saturday, Evorybody ls in a good humor and working with a will. This beats grow ling about bar i limes. Som? men can't lind anything lo ?lo, but thoy cannot bo pitied; for, if por olianco thoy should lind it, they wi ? ld bo mtsoraolo. A congregational meoting will ho held in the ProHoytorhin Church on S.n. !.i.\ next, for tho purpose of transacting im portant business. It will soon bo too Into to plant shade troon, and this is n moid Important mat tor. A fow hours spo...

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. — 2 March 1887

MAHDI URAH I fi KKW Olll.K IV. l'un ol Iho Tableaux Arraiifo-d Hurclnlly In Honor of Washington. Ni w OULKANS, February 23.-Tho weither cleared ntl" this morning anil thc sun simile brightly hu a thne. hut later on tko Sky clouded lip again. The Hex pro cession this uftcruoon was a brilliant altair, embracila: a series ot' humorous ami bur Icsquo tableaux. First carno u detachment of mounted amazons in rich costumes. Then followed twenty ears, each contain tuc a tableau. Thc Hrs! dividion was illustrative of music and various popular songs. It was com posed ot ten tableaux. The second divistou was ol' a mi ?celia licous character. Tableau ll was entitled "burlesque and Tragedy"; No. I',', "Noah's Ark": No. i:s. "Paradise Lost"; No. 14, "Prodigal Son': No. 1.",, "Urltisll Lion belele ami now"; No. 111. "Royalty in a FutureGencrnllon"; No. 1T, "Casar Cross ing the Alps "; No. ls, "Egyptian Priest craft." Thc third division was devoted lo Wash ington, the Father of his Country. Tab lea...

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 March 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. KUB1SKT K. LEE, ?KN. LOUD WOl.sKI.KY REVIEWS TUE SOUTHERN I.C.VDMK S LIFE. The Scene Described When 11 <> Accosted a Commission From tho Mother of I'resi rients-A Comparison Itetween the Amor li nn Sohller ami England's Conquering Marlborough. ? NEW YORK, March 1.-Of tho cables printed in tho Now York papers tho fol lowing special cabio from London to thc World is tho one which will attract most attention: Tho leading article in Macmillan's Magazine for March is by Ctonoral Lord Wolseley, on General Lee. Uoferonco is made in a foot note to tho recent ly published memoirs of (icu. ;al Lee by General Long und .Marcus Wright, bul in no sonso a review of that work, (leu oral Leo is given full ondit for tho love ho had for tho Union, and for Hie strug gle ho went through before Unally taking tho decision to go with his own State. General Wolseley describes how L...

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 March 1887

T^e Advertiser J. O. GAH LiAtti O iV, HJ)1 ron, LA UHF. NS Tlu?di~k\ IKS7. Ba'jccrlptioa Prlco--12 Months, $1.00 PAYA II LK IN ADVANCE. Kates t'o- Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Ono IllSOr tton, $1.00; ?-Meli KllbsoipiOUt inser tion. 60 ..enls. I.?Peral rod action made for large Ad vertisement s. J. C. OAKLINGTON, Proprietor. Capital punishment i; inflicted hy thc State, been use ibo surety of society demands i(. Tile object is to protect society, and this, Hist, tty putting the guilty person beyond the power lo repet? i ttie crime; and second Unit his fate bo tm example to deter others. Now wo submit that private executions destroy the oflocl of example to u groat extent. Tho low value at which human life is estimated-if wo ure to Judge from the number of murder cases tried every year-Justillos thc opin ion that nu n have como to b< Sieve that they can commit crime and escape the conscqUOllCOS, by legal technicalities. Somo people seem to think there is alway...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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