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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 June 1887

V()L- n> LAURENS, 8. C., WEDNESDAY, J UNE 22, 1887. NO. 47. OONFKDERATK HA I I Li; HAUS. TWr.l.vt: HISTORIC ?ANN HUS OF soi TM CAUOLINA'S MOLIHBlt*. Uoiieral Oi inn's Manly Lotter ta tho Soc? rotary ol JVar-The t'lagn from tin- l'nl inotto Stiito**Tlio I'resldout'H Final Arl lon. (Spocllll to Un' News ;in<l runt ier., WASHINGTON, Julio 15.-Tho sugges tion of Gon. U.C. Doun that the Cou roderato flags whioh were captured ?lur ing the war, and have for twenty years been stored in one of tho attie roo,ns of tho war department buildings, should be returned to tho respective States to which they belonged lins caused a great deal of comment. The lotter of Gon. Drum to the secretary of war is itself ono of the most notable contributions to tho history of thee times. lt is tho let ter of a biavo man and a true soldi) r: (ton. Drum'? I.i i tor. WA? DKI'AUTMBN r, , Al'JI TANT G KN UH A IJ'S Ol I'll IB, WASHINGTON, April 30, ls<7. \ lion. William C. Endicott, Secretary of W ar Sir: 1 ...

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. — 22 June 1887

JFhe Advertiser J. C. QA BL I NO 'IO Ns EDITOR, LAURENS, June23rd 1887.'. Subscription Prlco--12 Mouths, $1.00 PAYADLE IN ADVANCE. j Kn ton for Advert lain Rt- Ordl?ary Ad vertisements, por s<iMnro, Ono I user- j Mou, II.?0; each ?uVuMHiuoiit liiHor tton, 50 pente. Liherid reduction mado for l??ge Ad vortlm?WerilH. _ _1 ?BgBBMfcea '-T--IUL. MAItlllKD WOMEN, Somenewspaper tuen in tito .state have been very harsh in their <rttl elstns on tho reeent decision ot* the Nnprettie Court on thc question of the married wont KU'S power to ex ecute rt binding contract as surety for her husband. Some havo be comingly remained silent, others linvo approved of tho decision. Those who are most severe ia their criticisms do not belong to that profession In which only they eon ld become schooled to be able to ex press an opinion worthy of serious consideration. Do they know whereof they speak ? In any event they do not speak rx cathe dra, and therefore their dicta arc binding on nobody.!/ The *...

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. — 22 June 1887

?The Advertiser, LAURENS, Juno?8rcl 1887. .sSi?QGal anfl Spccra?. x Mr. /.alex's substanstinl two story brick building is nearing COiliplollo II. lt ix ?nid that President Cleveland wit appoint Secretary Lamar to tho vacancy OU tho Supremo Court lionel). Vagrants are becoming Humorous on the streets in Laurens ugnin, Solicitor linnean is needed. Tho County Jail lins hoon "painted red" and penciled with white, and is I dubbed the "lleu-Sallio." Wo learn that Mr James Pearson liv ing near clinton had tlie misfortune to loso bis barn by tiro caught from au en gine while threshing wheat fm Monday. On Tuesday afternoon a hritliau t star waa seen from this placo about four o'clock in tho Western sky just below the zenith. On Tuosday evening tho mombers of tho Uro company practiced a little and wtitered the square. Tin y throw water in twelve minutes front tho tap of the bed. Mr. W. I.. lloyd is repairing thc front of the lloyd bloek by putting in now windows anti glass doors and abolishin...

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. — 22 June 1887

A Si;VKN-Yi;.Vl(tll,ll'S I.MI'KKSSIONS. if there ia oui' tiling ( hate it is whisky. I um only B0T6U yours of ago, but 1 liavo Boeu enough of whiskey to moke mo hate it forever and forever. 1 can't uiidcrbtund why people will drink it when it is .such un uwful bud th ug und makes them look bo wild und terrible. O, 1 cnn remember how mv pu used to look when he drunk whisky, und 1 cuu remember how Beared mother wu? when be esme home drunk. 1 used to think we were ns good ns other people, for WO hud u nice house nml hud enough to eut, and we all sei ne d to get ulong liest- imo, except wheu pu would go to tho tnvora and get drunk, and then when he came home WO would have an awful tune. ile would strike mother with anything he could get hold of, and once when 1 told bim bo was n bud mun to act that way, lie took mc by one foot und slummed mo doun ucross the room. I WUS hurt ?ind seared too, und mother she screamed awful, and then she picked nie up mid ran out of tile house. It was a Col...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 June 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. WHITE CAP KNIGHTS. A KK<| ULA lt HAN? OF MASKl.'l) > IO I? 1.AXTI S IN INDIANA. Tho Law iKiiorod hy II Hand of Itu Ullina U'lmSn ii in Make tho Punishment Kit tho Crhn?--I)eulli lorSerlouaOII'endera. Tito White Caps aro to Southern In diana what tlio Bald Kuobbers woro to Missouri. Not KO desperate in cha: actor us tlu> lutter, their organization is ?don tieal and they have equally tot law at defiance. Tho headquarters o? tho W hite Caps aro in Harrison county, Indiana, hut tito organization extends over into Craw ford, Jefferson and half a dozen other coun ties in the oldest civilization ol tho State. There i.s not ii more intelligent, peace ablo or orderly community in Indiana than Harrison county. Corydon, tho county seat, waa tho lirst capital o? tho State, ami its court-house, built in 1811, was tor lour years it? capitol. Tho country is rioh anti s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 June 1887

' .?JB??-! Whe Advertiser . ^_. , . ii j. c. a A it h i NO v o y, wi Tt > ?, liAVHKNS, JuticSOth 1887. lubBcrlpticn T:ice--12 Mouths, $1.00 PAYA m.K 1 S ADV A XCK, Raton for Advertising. Ordinary Ad Vertisitn nts, por s.innre. Ono inser tion. $1.00; eaeh subsequent luser Vion, .:>n < outs. Li bor ul reduction made for largo Ad ?/ortisements. _ >_-1 -L- - ? t I ' OUR COUNTY FAUL Now is tho timo to begin prepa rations for our nnnuul county fuir. Hut few of our citizens seem to re alize tho grout importance of keep ing thc Laurens County Agricultu ral tutti Mechanical Association ill successful running order. ( ertali it is that tho town people havi been entirely too careless in thi matter. Them is talk of behlin; the next fair at some other pola than the town of Laurens, but c course this is Impracticable, nub s the citizens of the town persistent ly indicate that they do not wau the exhibition by withholding en courogemcnt again as they have o former occasions. Whim this ...

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. — 29 June 1887

JFhe Advertiser. gl_i_Mg - 3 - H* J 1_38 8 -. LAUUKNS, June ?!)th 1887. i ??i?OGal ?incl Sps?taLfe ? m-aga ,- ' Augusta molona aro now plo ti ti fui on om ttrcots. our first page ls cspoolally attractive this wooli. Hoad lt. Don't forget tho "Old Koike's COUOOrt" during court week . TIlO racket counters at Gilkcrson's this week aro of special interest. Bo VOr a I stacks ot arius were shipped to Woodruff front this piuco on Monday. Again wo aro indebted to Congross man Kerry for valuable public docu ments, _ Tho now streets in Jorso*,' aro hoing nincadeinised and otherwise, greatly improved. A pleasant musicale was enjoyed by a party of young pooplo nt tim residence ul Mr. Pl USS OU Thursday evening. Mr, W. II. Gilkorson hus pu rc h o sod a loton Harper street next to Mr. Ilownn'H resident-o amt luis begun tho erection af an elegant homo. CailO-Mills and all kinds of niaoblncry for salo tit lowest prices by HOY 1) iV AN DKKSON, CO.?. Luttrells, S. C. A splendid chama' to get a good b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 June 1887

< "JU rt? . (.KN KU A (i .>. VIH WIK*. Heini ol liitprmt <. n!. ?. i from Vitrluu* ((uartrra. Thc National Hank of Cincinnati has suspended business, Defalcation lias been discovered in the Chicago water department. !.. C. l'ope, thc collector, is short (-5,000 or $0,000. Mr. Parnell ?lees ian improve in health, uiul it is now said thal he ls suffering from cancer of the stomach. Maxwell, the murderer nt Charles A. Prollor, will tread tho murderer's usual way to glory on thc P.Mh August. Adjutant General ! "11111, who HOS raised such a bobbery about thc Ung, was a Blaine man in lss'. Thc spougo cutcli in Florida tims tar is a failure, thc vessels nut having made CUOUgll to pay their provision hills. Tho second Chamber of tho Diet of Iii >* has passed thc ecclesiastical hill, settling thc COUlllct between llctSC ?md the Vatican Colonel Lamont has gone lo New Yorl tor ?1 tew days on a visit which mystifie thc politicians ?it both ends ol his journey Asia Minor is threatene...

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 July 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. IV1A>VW V DJ. r. u tr*, i E TJtF. / P WILKES BOOTH'S DKKD. THE ASSASSINATION OF I'lt ESI DENT AlUtAHAM LINCOLN. Andrew .lolmsoii natl Mr?. Surratt- Hun ? Iteganl Tor ltellgloti Might Have Saved Lincoln. (Annl8ton, Ma., liol Wast.) As thc day approaches that murkn ?he yearly record of Lincoln's dooth, 1 iind myself dwolling upon it with more than usual Badness, because I happon to bo amid tho surroundings that framed in tho startling report when it reached me. It is strange that this free govormm nt of our?, tho crime, winch of all others is tho outgrowth of despotism, should lind development. Do extremes meet in this way, or may wo toko this strange ap pearance of assassination UM a symptom of a doop scated disease that escnpeaor dinary seeing? Aro wo, after all, ! ft il above the ills of tyranny in our form of government, or havo wo ouly shitted tho evils of ...

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 July 1887

W Advertiser, . j.e. a A i?nfX<rjox. EDITOR LAURENS, July 6th, 1887. -aMg| ii ?? i . ._ . - " .ubtcriptlon Prlco--12 Months, $1.00 PAYAULK IN ADVANCE._ ? j_i ? SSS-? Katoa for Advertising, ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Ofte insir tlon, $l.(Ht; oaeb suv>si'<puiu tnscr tion, BO cents. fa boral roduct lon made for largo Ad- ? prtisoinents. A NOVEL P?E8ENTMENT, A eurious document has come before tho public in thc shape of ti presentment by tho grand jury of Abbeville County, Not content with a formai presentment of the Supremo Court Judges for incom petency, the L?gislature is assailed and the whole machinery of our government denounced. Thi?) body seems to have caught the "Smart Alexisin" of tho day und after saying; a grout deal where of they know but little, ure con strained to say : "We recommend that the Legis lature appoint a committee of learned mon to remodel and sim plify all stu h laws now on the sta tute books, and to give tho defini tion of each phrase and a...

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 July 1887

jhe Advertiser. IJAUHKNS, July Gth, 1887. ?OGal an? Special, fe Col. Klee's lecture wa? enjoyed by a large mudenco on Friday night. Tho trestle on tho Laurens ?fe Nowber rjr railroad has been repaired during tho past week. Now Hampshlro has hoon "Hocked in the Cradlo" by an oartlupiako. Houses badly shaken up, but no damage done, Lilko tho Illy of tho valley, tho tramp nolthor toils nor does ho spin. It Itt probable nlso that Solomon in all his glory waa not arrayed Uko him. An old warehouse on the depot lot was pulled down by thoCroscont H. A L. Co. last week. Also the ruins of tho old As nociato Kotormud Prcshytorian church. Tho target practico of tho Guards on Monday gave some cxoollent snooting. W. Y. Sherard made tho best average, while G. 8. (iarrott scored tho best single ?hot. _ Schedule on tho H A L and C. I. ?fe S have been slightly changed and t !io tune on these roads now used is tho samo aa that of tho 0 A ti. Wo have one railroad ?timo now, which is a great eon\ eniene...

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 July 1887

A MUHT WITH THAIN KOHKEKS. A Drummer*! Experience with Toxi?? Out law ?. cKiom the Atlanta Constitution.) ..Has tho morning paper anything about the ot phire of those Texas traill robbers?" saul a guest at tho Kimball yesterday morning to his neighbor who was burying himself in the morning paper. "Guess not,-' wa? the careless reply. ..I don't see nothing about it." "because, you see," said tho inquirer, apologetically, "1 feel a little personal interest in those fellows. 1 am on my way back there now, and hope to re cognize some of em when I get to the jails whore they have the suspected men confined." "Recognize thom?" said ' ho new .>| ?aper reader, lowering his paper and looking curiously at the speaker. "Yes," he said, touching the top of his head carelessly. "I was on the train, and got u pretty rough introduction to them. 1 don't care to try tho experience again, though, 1 confess, i would be rather elad to re new tho acquaintance under other cir cumstances if I could reco...

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. — 13 July 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. ?*vi.~*mJMw.T uwiujKuaauHHn/iirv .it TIIK MISSISSIPPI COLLEUK. ITSOKIOIN, ITS PUKSHMT K{}Vi I'MK < AM) ITS WOUKi Au Observer's Account ?>f (Ion. s. i>. I OO'H I'uriiicr's College-Tho Class-ltooiii IIIMI th?' I'm m. (Kroin tho Nows un<l Courlor.) Aaiuoui/roitAjj ANO MKOIIANIOAIJ COI. i,KUK or MISSISSIPPI, July l. -ltofcrring to u number of notes taken in n mid Bumnior tour of four of the most import ant Southon) Buttes, I do not know lind I could select a moro interesting subji cl tbau tho Agricultural and Mechanical College of Mississippi. This may bo ?stated without discounting, tu any ?vise, the many places, institutions and tilings of note ulong tho lint H of railways \ 'hieb eonneet Charleston witli tho pecillitrly favored land in which the institution named is situated. 'rm: COLLKUU. To begin with, however, tho term "Agricultural und Mechanical C...

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. — 13 July 1887

jpfte Advertiser^ J. C. OA RLTNOION, EDITOR LAURENS, Ju ly 13th, 1887. taotorlptlon Prlce--13 Month?, $1.00 PAYADLE IN ADVANCE. Kates for Advtjrtlatng.--Ordinary Ad vertisoiuontR, pur Kqunro, Ono insor timi, $1.00; euell SUSSOqUOllt inser tion, M eenls. Liberal r?duction mudo for lurgo Ad ortiseinents. On thc 24th day of 1)< comber 18H0, an act was passed hy thc leg islature of tilts state, empowering the Board of Agricultuie to locate two experimental stations, one in the Piedmont region and one 111 the lower tier of counties. The Hoard was required to give ninety days notice that bids would bo received, and this was done. After six months surely every community had time to na aka a bid if they so desired. At any rate this was the reasonable conclusion of thc Hoard, and they have examined tho several offers and have properly accepted the highest, which gives one station to Spartanburg and one to Darling ton. Several of our exchanges think the action unwise, inasmuch as other cou...

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. — 13 July 1887

The Advertiser. K...K* X.- -? ., . .?S5 LAURENS, idly mh\ 1887; ji?OGal an? Special, jfe The papers say beecher bogan Ii I'M a baro-feot boy. Do you kilow a utan who did not? Lauron* will send a strong delegation to Oreen wood on tno occasion bi" tho Tournament, 20th inst. It is sahl that soining partios havo de populated Llttlo River of tho tinny tribe. Iluntor ft Sitgroaves liavo dissolved partnership Mr. Sitgroavcs will con tinuo tho business of tho linn. Buftinoss is oxtrcinoly dull, but at thin season or tho year it could not bo othorwiso. Tho much odvortisod RIaokwood says he ,bad rather bo in tho South Caroli na ponlteutiarv than tho Oeorgla son ate. Wo have boen notltlod oflleially, that horottfter round trip tickets will bo sold toOrconvlllo on Sunday for $1,00, leav ing boro ?t8 o'clock P. M. Tho botts? formerly occupied by lt. I/. bishop is now vaoant, his stook and bar-fixtures having boon removed and ni ot cd away. Romemhor tho Olden Tytuo Hntcrtain mont next Tuosday ni...

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. — 13 July 1887

"i KKow i AM nunn." Ucncr&l Manier Workman Powderly'i Lecture on Temperance. General Master Workman Powdcrly, in tho Philadelphia Journal of United Labor publishes a tempor?neo lecture addressed to thc members of thu Knight i of Labors. It is entitled "ThcJustice ol My Position," aud is a reply to unfavorable criticism made hy certain of Iiis ern ie ip talents on lectures delivered by him recently In Boston and Lynn, Mass. Mr. 1'owdorly says; "I know I am right. I know that in rc fusing to even tom lt e. drop ol strong drink I was anti am right. In refusing to treat another to that which 1 do aol believe to bc good tor myself to drink 1 know thal I am right. In not allow in-!; a rilinsollcr to gain admittance into the order ol thc Knights of Lahor I know that 1 am righi, hi ad vising our assemblies not to rent halls or meeting rooms overdrinking places l know that 1 am right. I have done this from thc day my voice wasllrst heard in the council halls ol" our euler. My position on...

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. — 20 July 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. TIMELY TOPICS FOR FARMERS. HOW TO IX? PAY INO woitii AT rms SljASOX. 8l?g*g08l IOIIH <>f IiituroMt, from un Au liorl? liilivc Source. (W. L. Jones ii? Southern Cultivator') The roiuler of tboso "Thoughl i for tho Month" should hear in i;?in? ll/.it tiley aro chally in th.o nature of sugges tions or reminders of work proper to bo done on tito farm during tho or. tic nt mouth? Tho "Thoughts" relato to nud dow out of tile discussion of these sub jects, farmers ure like other men, often forgetful of duty, obligation and pur pose, nod must bo reminded. Au old prow rb hays then: is milhun, new ? nd. r tho sun, or "words to that eiVeot," nod it is about as true of farming as of other departments of life-w irk. The Urger part of tho teachings ?>? the present agii cultural books and periodicals-in taut nearly every principie laid down - i but repetition. N< w ...

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. — 20 July 1887

^he Advertiser, L.I. ???? I-i^-'-tJI_L... Js a GART.rXG7 0X%__KniT0it ?iAURliXH, July 20th, 1887: . ubeorlrtiou rrlcc--l2 Mouth?, gi 00 PAY ADLE IN A DV ANC E. ?.'-la Magra-._^m-m.._ Hatos for Advertising.--Ordinary Ad vnrtinonivntK, por square, One inser tion, $1.001 each subsequent inser tion, 60 oentH. t.ibornl reduction made for large Ad vertisements. I Hi I I I) LAIlOU PARTY. It ??ems ut Inst that n national political party is about to bo Sprung on tho public which may capture Momo of tito d?mocratie ?tates of tho North und Wost, und may cv- ? cn become a formidublo rival of thc two existing parties. We refer to tho "United Labor Party." In "February last, u number of dele gates representing various labor organizations, met in Cincinnati und formed this as a national polit ical party. Tho Ohio branch has recently nominated a lull state ticket and mudo a declaration of principles. The platform adopted declared among other things, that tho national agencies of produc tion and dis...

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. — 20 July 1887

*Fhe Advertiser, IJAURENN, July 20th, 1887. HIDI'?WAIJK HAYINGS. ?Caught on tho Corners by Our Man About Town? Llout. Garrott will be married BOOH, NO lia Hays. Nlimtoen prisoners await trial in thc 'County Jail. Dr? P? Drooka Connor aud tit ni I ly are ?visiting In Cokosbury. Mr. W. Y. Sherard and family ure ?spending sonio time in Cokosbury. M rn. s, H. piuss is in the mountains .ot*Tennessee tor the healed term. Prod T. Leek bart Ksq, of Augusta will represent MoDanlol, 111 tho bigamy case. Tho Court House windows havo hoon cleansed in accordance with the Qrand Jury's reepvpst. The host thing on record is the il oed of a corner lot. J. M, Hampton, roo? estate agent, has several such for sal?; on easy terms. Tho Grocuvlllo A Laurens Sunday oxi'urslon train leaves every .Sumttn/ morning at 8:30 and returns at 8 o'clock. Hound trip $1 00. To Mr K. J. Hammond, woaro Indebt ed for a nest ol' turtle eggs. They aro ver'.labio curiosities, and were found at South Island S.O. Don't forget...

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. — 20 July 1887

A KONA* OK IN UK Al. I.I KU. Tho Kmi or ? Blighted Career-Death or Col. Wt .J. Koyuolds, <>r Sumter. COAVMIIIA, July 13.-A Special to tho Daily Register ?rorn Sumter reports tho death in that county, last Saturday, of Col. W. J. Reynolds, iu the T'.'th year of hi? agc. Reynolds, fifty-five years ago, was one of the most promising young men in the State and was noted for his industry, integrity and active in terest in military afiavre. Ho fell deeply in love with a beautiful young girl be longing to one of tho first families of Clermont District and mr.de suit for her hand. He seemed to bo favorably ro garded by tho girl herself, but her E?rents had more ambitious views for or and would not allow her to marry him. Nothing daunted the young man wont to work to w in a name and a posi tion which would render him moro ac ceptable to the parents. Ho was elected to represent his county in tho State Legislature, served one term with credit and distinction, and returning to Iiis home m...

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