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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 March 1887

JFtie Advertiser, LAURENS, March 9th, 1887. Tho weathor station is a valuable In ntituthm- . ..? ?? That reduction In froighta. was only n delusion. lt oamo. but 1H nu moru. ../.<.? . . ? It IH propouod'to pfivo H dramatic en tortuinmout rd tlilH piuco ut un curly dato. . Wo nood un ico factory. Quito n num ber of towns could 1)0 easily supplied from thia place. Tho ex?cution of Lewin stewart, tho wiro murderer, will take placo ou April 1st., at this placo. Tho Clerk ofcouno'l luis not been rush ed in distributing dog-collars during; the past week. Tho Bakery of Wright bros, is now in successful operation and they make most excellent broad. Mutasses and Myrup of all grad? s. Prl ees to suit tho purchaser at SULLIVAN A M ILA M'S, Ora, S. C. Tho truck of tho Hook nod Lad dor company, still bravos tho wind and storm oi? tho publie square. Tho Council have placed tho town alarm boll < n an elevated post on tho South sido of tho Court 1 louse Jhtso-ball is beginning to open up, rin...

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 March 1887

ni: WILL FREACU *0 MORB. Thc Rev. l?r. Armstrong Renouncer tli*- Coria linn Ministry. (From tiio Atlantaconstitution.) Evory one remembers Ibo trial o? Dr. J. Q, Armstrong by tho ecclesiastical court, on charges of intoxication audcouUuct un becomiug O minister. No one has forgotten tho general regrol ?iver the auuouuccinent of Dr. Armstrongs conviction anti the subsequent sentence ol tho Bishop silencing his eloquent voice for tho space of live years. Thc sequel to that memorable trial ami sentence may he rem! to day. Dr. Arm strong will never preach again. Since his conviction he has been m thc insurance business. Although suspended, ho was still a minister. In Augusta a short time ago he attended nu insurance banquet, lt is claimed that he was Intoxicated there, lb" dollied it. however, and his friends denied it. Within the last two weeks a number of iiflidtivtts have been made to the elici t that he was Intoxicated at the banquet, or on the day afterward. These affidavits were l...

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 March 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TUJS SINS Ul1' TUB SENATE. 8K NA TO lt Yoi M.Wss i: l .1 o I M > 1 : K TO CA T I A IN TILLMAN. A Ituvlen of tho ? luti'gtiH itf Halatlmlnlft trallon In Our State < ;<>\eminent--The Board <>r Agrloulturot Vite, l?to. (From thu Ni ?vs ami Courier.) In my article of tho 8th ult . I pictured in their own paint several of tho fault-finders with tho conservativo conrso of tho Son nie during its last session, who, when hold up to their own ?nd the observation of tho public, were so shocked to seo themselves as other people saw them that they sought shelter by attempting to couviuco tho publio that their short comings were nothing but my aloise. Strange mode of abuse tin.;, merely to cull from ono's own words and oxpies sions! Save through the gi neron . ox oroiso of tho advantage of a lew gallant and impartial head-lines, ('apt. Tillman has thus for be...

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 March 1887

^Phe Advertiser r. n, o \ iff f \<r/o\. EDITOR. LAURENS March Hi, 1887. t inscription Prlce--13 Moatbs, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Kates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, por squaro, Ono inser tion, Sl.OOj oaoh Sllbsoquont inser tion. :">o eon tn. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON, Proprietor. 3grrGartaraI Solaron. To MARR CORN ON UP-LAXO. If the Ia id is so lovel and the soil BO retentive of moisture* that a crop on it is likely to bo drowned out in ordinary seasons, plant on a bod by all m ou ns. But if there is little or no danger plant in water furrow. The latter plan makes tho cultiva tion of tho crop so easy, and sup plies dirt to the plants just as they need vt for sending out successive whorls of roots. Break land deep, and bring it into duo tilth by rol ling and harrowing alternately. Opon drill, drop seed, and cover with a double loot plow, making small list. It is very important that tho seed bo covered very shal low. When th...

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 March 1887

JFhe Advertiser, ll'J -.-J.-!_._!_!_LL! LAURENS, March 10, IH87. fcJH-i .? . ._? .i?OGal anfl Specialis, Tho examination for teacher will ho mi Friday tho 1st day ? f April noxt and will continuo throe days, Mahwsos and Syrup of all grades. Pri cos to Huit tho purchaser at SULLIVAN A MI LA M'S, Or?, S. C. Thor? was nu impromptu danoo nt tho Kondella Hotel last Thursday night. Thu music WOSfurnished hy un Italian band. Wo uro puinod to announce tho death of Miss Mary Drown, an estimable young Indy ot Cross Hill. Sbo was bur led at Liberty Springs ebureh on tho llb inst. Tho Newberry Hamid ?fe Newx bas hoon sold by A. C? Jones, former Editor and Proprietor, to Messers E. A. Auld and W. P. HOusoal. Mr Auld will bo editor. For quality and quantity of chowing tobacco, go to Sullivan ?V M dam, Ora, ti. C. J. W. Jonos, tho Clorkofthe Council ls busy collecting linea and licenses for tho council. Under tho new ordinance i skill and brains aro taxed RH well ns li . quor and property. < 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. — 16 March 1887

THURMAN 0.\ IHK WAK. What He Minka ol iii? ll.-lnlli.tlou Ulli awl of the I'rmlilriil. "Do you anticipate a collision .vltli Can ada or Great Britain?" "Hardly. Sucb a thing is possible, but not probable. Negotiations Will eventually intervene." "What do you think of the course ot the Canadian governmentV "Waiving tlu> consideration ol -di treaty rights, stipulations and restrictions, and looking at the naked facts ns 'hey exist, Canada exhibits a vory unfriendly spirit, ami is anything but neighborly." "The Senate bill, as well as tho H0U8O bill, conferred a very wide discretion upon President Cleveland, d..*. .1 not /" "I have only read them in a general way, but the Senate bill seemed quite a> ?weep ing tn conferring discretion nud gravo re sponsibility upon the President ns the Mouse bill', except a- to the railway trans port?t lou." "Isn't it something unusual for politicians to confer such important powers upon un opponent US thc Senate bill sought to con fer upon Presid...

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 March 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. COTTON PLANTING. Cil KA l1 MUKKI TtIK UUKATKST NI-: Kl? Ol (?I ic t'A UM KH8. Bendy Capital Must bo Knguged in tho Business t? Iteucb Stiucess-Tho Lion Sys and Kxpoiislvv Lonna Won't Answer ..Views of a IMituter, Tho following article on tho subject of cotton planting, from tho pen of ii Willeroo planter, appeared in tho Colum bia liogister: ..What man ia there, if you ask for bread will give you a stone; if you ask for a tish, give you a serpent V" When tho emly Virginia colonists ap plied to the authorities at homo for some consideration in the matter of churches and schools, .suggesting tho benefit it would be to their souls, the reply of tho profano regency that governed tho Vir ginia planters was: "Damn your souls, plant tobacco." ('hang?; tobacco for cotton and you have much the same ro ply practically given to tho poor devil who is trying to make au honest...

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 March 1887

?Ehe Advertiser J-SL'~9A' 1 X( i ii ?Xt i: 1}1 TOJ*> LAURENS March 23, 18877" UJ!.1. ?. S Subscription "fr*co--12 Month.-,, $1.00 PAY ABL K IN ADVANCE. ta ---- Hatos for Advert istiu:. Ordinary Ad? ?erllsctnontSi por acuiaro, Ono Inser tion, $1.00; bach subsequent inser tion, ?io conta. Liberal reduction inado for largo Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON, Proprietor. Jt ! .!* SSS.?" NOW FOR A FACTORY. The groat depression tn business and tho BCtirelty of money Is pass ing away. True, it is too Into to bo of benefit to farmers, so that but little comos into tho country, hui it is a fact that tho outlook is. most encouraging. Those communities that aro giving attention to diver sified industries, manufacturing en terprises, will find tho effect of this sooner than others. Laurens needs factories. We need a first rate cotton factory and If only the proper effort wns put forth we could have it. There h absolutely no investment Ind tor than a cotton factory it* managed with any dogrco ...

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 March 1887

JPhe Advertiser, LAURENS', March 23, 1887. .?tfeoGal anfl Special, & Whoro () whore is tito fruit eropl Yes, Beecher ls still doad nt last ac count. Tho grain crop in thia County ia very promising. Tho cool weather last wook mado pro gressive gardonors tremble. What would tho Augusta Chronicle (io ?without a railroad gobble In ??gilt? Farinera aro busy and consequently OUt Streets often present a folom tq poer nnoo. Porsonal property hi town must ho retnrno<t?on oath to clerk or Cou noll hy April 1st., hy order of Council. Two hundred banda ero employed In grading tho A., G. it W. Railroad be tween Qokesbury and Saluda Uiver. Tho matrimonial wayo threaten i to engulf tho town. Every week brings tho announcement of somo unoxpootod ongugeniont. Tho Groonwood 7'ribunr agrees with tho ADV KUTI s KU thac first cla8s er first grade tonohors aro hard lo lind at $20 00 poi month. Wo learn that Messrs Jodio Hunter and Dunk Adams of nur town havonaoh boon sncessful in tho f^ouslana2?Sl...

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 March 1887

A Dreadful UUattrr. An accident occurred Monday morning on tho Dedham Brauch of the Boston nud Providence railroad, between Forest Hill and RosHudale, at what ls known as Bussey Park Bridge. The 7 o'clock train from Dedhaui, consisting of .-even e ns and bag Sagc car. under charge of Conductor Til cu, broke through the bridge. The en guie and three cara wcut over safely, hut tlvc others fell through the bridge to the road beneath, a distance of ;'?u feet. The lust ear. which was thc smoker, turned completely over and struck on top of thc others, ull bel?g crushed almost out of shape. The causo of the accident is said to have been thc breaking ot the bridge. j: ls slated that thc bridge is a coiupaiatively new oin-, and that the accident was caused hy a truck of one of thc cars giving away, causing thc car to strike against thc abut ment Of thc bridge. Thc smoking ear after it fell caught lire, but tlic tire department was promptly on hand and prevented any spread of the llames. Tlic...

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. — 23 March 1887

A Dreadful Dlaaitrr. An occident occurred Mouduy muralug on tho Dod ham Branch ?>f the Bosu>. ano Providence railroad, between Forest bJU and Roslindalc, at what is known as Bussej Park Bridge. The . o'clock train from Dcdham, consisting of seven cars und hag gage car. under charge of Conductor Til den, broke through the bridge The en glue and three cars weut over safely, but live others fell through the bridge to the road beneath, a distance of 80 feet. The last ear. which was the smoker, turned completely over and struck on top of thc others, all being crushed almost out of shape. The cause of ibo accident is said lo have been the breaking of the bridge. lt is stated that the bridge ls a compatatively new one, and thal the accident was caused hy a truck of one of the ears giving away, causing thc car to strike against the abut ment of the bridge. Thc smoking car after it fell caught lire, but thc lire department was promptly on hand and prevented any spread of the llames. Th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 March 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. <'<>>! M iv net AI, i i:i;ni i/i KS. HOM I ai Titi \ ure l'toltlul)!,. to rill'llivi'ii-- \ tJotiil Arti, lt ?,n ?in I m pm laut Slll>.|t'tt. (KIMMI IllO KolllllONl < llttlvatul' ) lt i.s quito common to hear complaints Of tlio worthlessness of n largo proper? tion of tho ooinmoroiul fertilizers sold to fanners. That sonio of thesocomplaint aro well fouuiloil Ihoro is little clouhl. That many moro aro unreasonable nud unjust ia (puti- probable. Many l'armera insist that the fertilizers o? late years are not so good aa those >>i ten or twelve year? or moro hack, la l us look into the matter a little. The average farmer j ml goa of tho merita or quality of u fertilizer hy tho oliects of the same on the crop to which it was applied, indeed, this is tho on ly way he can safely determine whether a fertilizer lias returned a fair percontage on t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 March 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. < KIMMI IK I Al. |." KIWI 1,1 /.KU?, How I ur rilCJ .rr I'tolltulllU ttl I armers--A <io?ul A l l I. I? on an I m pin l ani Slllijct't. (KIMIII lliu?outhom i ulllviitur > lt is quito common to hoar complaints Ol tho worthlessness o? a large propor tion of Hie comm. /cial fertilizers sol.I to farmers. That Boroo ot' theso complaints arc well founded thoro is little doubt. That many more are unreasonable ami unjust ia quito probable. .Many farmers insist that the fertilizers of late years are not SO gOOtl 08 those ol' ten or twelve years tn-more hack. I,el us look into the matter a little. The average farmer judges of tho morita or quality ot n fertilizer hy th. effects of tin', ?ame on the ciop to which it was applied. Indeed, this is tho ou ly way he can safely doter Uli Ui win (her u fertilizer has returned a lair poi'COUtage on the investment. Hut how ...

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. — 30 March 1887

?jflhe Advertiser C. GARLING'JOAW EVITOB, LAURF.NS March :V>, I ss:. -Subscription Prlce--12 Montho, $1.00 PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE. Tu Raloa tor Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, Ono Inser tion, Sl.tn; rnch subsequent inser tion, SQ cents, liberal reduction inado Tor larne Ad vertisements. J. C. OAKLINGTON, Propriotor. WHITHER AUK WE DRIFTING. The Abbeville Press and Runner of lust week republishes a strong Article from the Columbia Register in defence of "Southern Civiliza tion," and in a pointed editorial auks tho question. "Are we true to our past history?" All of this "Now South" talk is shown to he a reflec tion and a sim mo Ton the laud we love It is also shown that in ninny things wo have recta/ed the Im press of tin; conqueror. This Is emphatically true. The North is striving now more than ever, not to cultivate tho friendship of Southerners, but to oblit?rale the traditions and uproot that spirit which has given tone and diameter to the South, and which was ...

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. — 30 March 1887

LAURENS, March 80, 1887. There uro llvo prisoners in tho Coun ty Juli, nil colored. Qroonvltlo la In for tho n. I). Inmgue willoh Will meet ut Suinler. Tho Hook nod 1/older Company Truck lias been safely housed at last. A Lady living Hoar this place, found a potato that had grown through a gold ring. Henry Ward ?ooolior had a farm of 3? acron valued at ruo hundred thoitaaild dollars. Clinton Enterprise is tho nanto of tho now paper to he started at CU IllOII in a ahort limo. Winter no longor lingorin tho lap of Spring, but spring poota have not yet orow led out. Tho mountains in sight of Greenville have been covered with snow during tho past week. The Kork Shoals Cotton Factory baa p i.chased a large amount ol new and Improvod ^machinery. A country exchange remarks; " There ?was not enough butter in town last week to grease a gimlet." Our exchanges show that farmers in this state are using less guano this sea son than for years past. Tho Croild Jury of Spartanhurg failed to give in ...

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. — 30 March 1887

Tili: FllINOK OF THU C HI Ht M. How tlic lie?! Hut of tito CuriUniiluto 1H Ht'NtOWCll l |iuli tho Solovt. The ?l?vation of the America i Arch bishop Gibbous to tho position of Cardi nal ol the Bonum Catholic Chureh u your ago, and the impressive ceremony which took place at Home last week arc notable events in tho religions history of this country. The new cardinal, nu adopted son of the iSoutii, possesses, to tho highest degree, tho respect and esteem of all sects, and the brief de scription now given of the proceedings of thc Consistory at which the red hat was bestowed upon him will prove inter esting. The ceremonial was held in thc main hall of the Vatican in front of thc Papal ] Throne, in semi circular form around this was arranged the chairs tor tho Cardinals, presenting u scene picturesque in the extreme. Tho auditory was thronged with u favored assembly, ad mitted by cards, and made up of tho most noted people in thc Holy City. The Tope, clad in white, with a face beaming w...

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. — 6 April 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. "NIK SINS Ol' ??ii-; SK NA TK < Ul VIN Tl |,| il A N , IMMOINDIMt TO filia \ roil s. <n <\.\ \H, A I HM lia .??ni ul SVMCIUI Hullers l hui Hu vu ll? t ll < infill, I.,' ?.i (lio ItillVrei.l I inin ti li' l'ont < lil inns. (I l'UIII Ul" New H |l|l|l ' 'Hil il i . Your weekly thu tilth brings mc liol. Vimnmiis s rejoinder tu my lust I article lt is fxm?y I ? KOO how lu? "abouts face" and iloundcro from ono : irrolovent Btntomcnt lo nuntin r, bow bu i dodged Ibu ifesue, bow much "inky '. lluid" ho wastes on "oultlo?llsh" logie. 1 congratulate him, howevor, upon having ri?oti to ?; bighei plane than more ! personal abuso, and in trying to th f< !? ! his position by BOUIOUUII . besides "smart' retorts nud Behool boy nh. Ile i ?.?ll continuos tu m;.!.,, mi Litohieoh', but I nttribuby this purely iu Hi? e. v.l... loadod Ililli. Ile : hool ?\ : . lin y ...

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. — 6 April 1887

.?fie Advertiser h_ _ ?/. (?. /?/./.v?/yg^/:/>/sro?, LAURENS AprTT 0, IS87. VlTl, ll - LJ_LJ_ I . .J.^LJ_gJL!_JUJJ B inscription Prlce--13 Months, $1-00 PAYABLE IN ADVANTH. \wasB~-s&m ... Kalos for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per sonare. Ono liiHor tion, $1.00; eaoh subsequent inser tion, 50 rents. I.tberul reduction made for largo Ad? TortisoincntH. FAltltlF.IlH AND TI1K FACTORY, There! ls no doubt but that tho proposed cotton factory will infuse new life Into every tindo, perstlit ami profession, not only in town, but all thc towns around, and tho County ut largo; but it is oyr do? rdre to show that fanners, moro than any other class will be direct ly beneftttcd. Of course farmers cannot bo bonefltted without bono? fitting everybody oise, because they are the producers, but wo agree with Bill Arp; there ure too ninny tanners in this section. Wo need moro consumers. Now why should fanners bo in terested in this matter ? President Hammett of Piermont, states that h...

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. — 6 April 1887

The Advertiser, g ?OGal and SPGGM?. fe YOU SAIDI You KIM that you would como n^aln Wbon ? tater's otorm i wi ro o'er, When hawthorn blossomed i-i tho laua Amt ?prtlix ?aa ?.i . i .,in'? muru. Dill now tllO rlpoillll ( com ?.I lii^h, Tho hawthorn bloom 11 shed, Tho golden summer days pass hj Atnl all iay hopea aro dead I You said where'er your steps might ran?,-?, Vi ur hean would i?> mine; You said Iruo i<>\.; would uovcr chaitgo,. For lt waa mad i divino, lint now I'vo learned I bat lovers' vow? Aro chanceful na tho moon; Tnit!i falla Ilka May bloom from Um boughs, And love Udoad toy soon: You sahl, though other 1??>S uhould ?mil?, Twoul I in> in vain for yi >u? That rarest charms could no'or Degulla A licart io Urn? and Imo. Hut nov/ my toa?, Hbo railing raia, lilot out tilo dj in;; day, And you will nuvor cotna again . To t ; ?* uijr lean away : -Shirley Wynae. ?.Whorowill wo locate tho factory?" Is now tho absorbing question. Till? best pine shingles for sal-- ...

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. — 6 April 1887

PANTHER l?UNTINC?. DANCEROUS SPORTS IN THE WEST. Brue? Weston's Thrilling Experience h> Attempting to Capture it Cut) Alive. Bruce Weston, un old limo Arkansas bunter, followed his dogs once on a panther's trail, ?nul came up with ibeui n hero they hail irccd tin- game In a big . ?ak tire. Tho foliage was sn Ulick ami ibo shadows so deep lu tho timber that ii was sonic ihue before Weston discov ered tho panther, ll lay between two branches forty feet from the ground, and clung so closely i<> tho boughs that none bul the practiced eve of the hunier would have detected ii^ presence. Wes ton ai ern e recognized In the crouching ?IgUl'C 0 pant bel's" cub, and was on the point of scuding ti rifle hall through its Dody when he remembered un oller of twenty dollars that sonic one in tho settlement had made for a live panther, and he resolved lo capture this one and seiure the twenty dollars. Taking his lasso from bis pony's stuldlo, and. with his long knife in his bell for uso bl ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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