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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 November 1887

Pie Advertiser. LOCAL O il of li.iiim lax-pnycrs, 2,3.'10 Imvo paid to dato. our Representatives in tho Legislature loft on Moudnv for Columbia. *_._^ Dont put ott'pa Ving taxes until the lush I egina Master .1. Willie Jones, Jr., is (dorking for Thoa, I', .tones nt < "ros ; Hill, Mr. .las. Dowell mid his luido uro <>n it visit to his parents at this place. In n short time it is expected that natu ral gas will he lound near this town. Rot)to Agent I'lardy llltldo his liest trip ?>n tho Laurens Hoad on Monday. Revivalists Leitch ?ind Marshall will beginn mooting hero on next sundas. Mr. Jamieson is having the Hunter house on Main street thoroughly over hauled. Mr. NV. IL (Jarrott has shown us some fine specimens of second crop pears grown on hN place here. Prof. Mitchell Voting, of Abbeville County, ls Principal ol't'ross Mill Acad emy. Mrs. A. S. Simpson is assisting. Rev. J. |). Pitts began a protracted mooting in tho baptist ( In,n h ..o H || i, . (lay night last. A la...

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 November 1887

. JUN KM AL NKWtf NO I KN. Item* ol In toro*. UatherH froiu Varlou? ?tiiut'lor*. Gen. Valentine Raker ?s dead, aged ? '. Strikes liavo hun reuowed on viylit plan tattoos DCM .-inkvcr, La. The city of Limerick lia? been pro | claimed under UK- Crina s Act. Tho land commission has reduced '.' in County Linau ck, Ireland, '10 per ct ; 1 Tho President has accepted tho r?signa tlouof hand Commissioner Sps?ks. A special conference cn the Inspiration of the Bible is in sessi u ul Philadelphia. lt. T. Wilson, n prominent lawyer ol Petersburg, Va., luis become a Methodist preacher. Visitors to Tullamore jail declare thal j .Mr. O'Brien has ?1 ont ly changed and thai j he refuses to take nourishing tutsi. The ono hundred and l?ftlt session "t the \ Irglnta Mi I hodisi Coi if? renee ls lu si ssh,-, at Danville, Bishop Ko) presiding. Tho President has uc< pt ed tho resigna I tiou of LtiuU Com nd-s'i nui Sparks, to take I effect id euee. At llahcock, Mich., ; s?erduy, tho pack (nghoUSO Ol tl'...

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 November 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. no rn HOI SJ? tour, DOWN TO WOIIK ANll Ol g] N' s ;. A. Niunlior ol Importiui! Measures inti? .lucetl, and Variously Disposed Of. OOLUMUIA, Novombor 20.-Tho Logia? ielaturo of .South Carolina is o Iorgo bi ?dy, but it doesn't tako long forillo corno together when tho low commands. On Monday there wore few signs of ii-, ap proaching session, uutil tho evening trains brought numbera of .Senators and Representatives, Tho arrivals continued till just belora tho hour for meeting, and by that time there were fow members ?>f either brauoh who wero not ready !>.. tl ?. roll-call. Everybody vory naturally wooded his way to Tin: STATE noes:: which, by authority of tho Legit-1.dure, baa been improved and refitted in a inauuer at once handsome and ?ubi t in tial. Itu present condition end ari ment aro in marked contrast with thone ol former and recent years. Sine? 187G...

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 November 1887

jpfie? Advertiser J. C. GARTtlNQl CLY, EDITOR. > j _I.. . L"! . . 1 ! ? A W ?uoscrlptlon Frlce--12 Months, $1.00 PA VA ULK IN ADVANCE. Rates for Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, Oneinsor Uon, $1.00; each sub.Hoiiuent inser tion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. Vm9&^t%^m^mBm^.'_ i ' LAURENS, S. C., Nov. flu, C5S7. lMltorinl l*ai'a?rraplis. Next yoar will ho leap year, and il ls in order for tho girls to lake tho load in Now Year calls, . .> Gladstone tho great English staton inan will visit tho principal cities in America in tho spring. * ? . Tho time ia fast coming when Laurens County will be loo large tobe held polit ically in tho palin of ono man's bund. . . .lodge MeUowan was made his own Miccoj?isor on the Supreme Hench, by thc Legislature to tho great satisfaction of tho people. . * tt is said that a man by tho name of lilllie Mahmie np In Virginia spends most of his time of late in studying the motto of his Stute. ? Surel...

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 November 1887

^he Advertiser. I-i OOAL. Never luis Laurena hud such a tru 1^. What ii i?- become of thoakatiugcr KP' C. C. Foathorstono Fue,, visited Andor ?oii last wonk. Laurena Comity lina ainu UraHS Hands. Two White and sovon colored. Sovonty-llvo porsoin left Anderson nod ur.Countlos lust week tor Tex aa. Tho S.e. Conference, is in session at Kpartanburg. Hishop MoTulro prcsid Ing F.very week bringa welcome tidings of OUr Female College. Its faino lias gone ?broad. Mr. A. M. Kewell Ita* moved hin mar ket from Harper Street to Fast side Pub lic Square. A rook wall near ?'omits' Livery Stu hloand other improvements by tltoY'OUli ol I ore in progresa. Thosldowalk near (tray ?V Anderson's factory has been graded, willoh Isa great thing for pedeslrians. Movcral parties brou slit cotton lor 33 milos rtnil over, two,40 niles, to Hell liero. They say it paid them handsomely. W. H. Martin, Kaq., has an orange tree which lx>ro a full erop of fruit this son ?on. The oranges are small hut perfect. Re...

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 November 1887

IUI, FIKTIKTH CONOKK88. The Complexion soul Probable Attitude of tho House. (Froin tiie Baltimore Bun.) Tho 5th ol' Decembor, tho -lato on which the Fiftieth Congress will begin its labors, is already near at bund. Withiu the short space of thrco weeks tho members of the National Legislature will have assembled ci Washington and havo taken steps of preparation lor tue work of a long session. Holli houses ot thu Fiftieth Congress will be of thc same political complexion as in thc Forty ninth, but with a diminished majority for the party dominant in each. That is to say, the Senate will continue Repub lican by a majority of 2, as against a majority of ? during the Potty-ninth Congress, while the House will bu Dem ocratic by a majority of ld in the Forty ninth Congress. 'Hm fact that the coming session precedes immediately a Presidential election louds extraordinary interest to its work, discourages tho ex pectation that much useful legislation will be accomplished. Thc Senate and Hous...

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. — 7 December 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. i mi UhMKAli ASSKMI'.I.V. norn UUANCIIHSAi.tti<:.\m UOWNTO VKIt> UAltll WO UK. Several MtouHiire.i <>i Importunen Uocelve ll na I O?H|)U?IIIOII- \ Hy h uphill of III?) Pr?i? ?..M I i .!?;-< in Dolli llollSCS. CoiiUMDiA, Dcoombor 8.-t'erhopa nt uo session of tin- Legislatura hes Hun ever In en, after tho close of tin? souonri week only, mich a showing i:i ihr way of actual work, as Ibo body now in utssion makes to the people. Both Sonate and House evil!? ntiy catUC !; ITO hcrowitll Hie determination to olear np < > 01 ic' calendars left from lust *sion, and tims promptly clear Ui i way for Ute work of tho presenf. By stcadj and judicious work, tim measures btandiug over have been disposed of, and already several bills of impoitance, introduced this xes Sion, have met, their fate have '.cai! passed or killed, lir.MnVINtl OltHTCCriONS TO NAVIUAT...

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. — 7 December 1887

The Advertiser J. C. (.'Mil l.V(V r">.V, /: /> / TO /?'. I'liXOrlptlOtl Prtce--12 Months, ?1.00 l'A Y A IM/K IN ADV A Nfl:. Ititi r>s lot' Ail vc ii Ising. Drill nu ry Ad vcrliscmcnts, pei ni i ii uro. Dm? luxer? lion, $1.00; snell subiu-queiil Inner lion, ."?n VOIIIN. lil boral reduction m nd o for largo Ad? V .n i isentent S. ?? ?! i 1 1 .' : " 11 ti AUKENS, S. C., Poe. 7. ISS7. ATTKX'J ION, t. i:\T M l-.N! Laurens, true, bravo, genormt-?, chivalrous ; renowned alike In w.\r and peace. The grand obi county of 1 .aurons, und especially tin? town w hich bear that name, ha ; lll'ldc pllCUOinonill progress in tho p;ist sl.\ year-, and now to show io thc world what we have done and propose lo do-our progress und possibilities--let us gol op II grand re-union of citizens, to take place In the summer of'$8. [,ol this bc nu occasion w orthy the town lind county of lo-dny. Lol Iii. militia of Ibo 4 tn te moot willi ii- |or II w eek, compon our soil and en joy our hospitality. .ot ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 December 1887

The Advertiser. LOCAL, It is now Anti-lantn. C. I?. Ihtrksdnle, KH?|., is linville his . Iiuiisu nealIV painted. l>r. ami Mrs. I tor roh, of (I reedville, spoilt a lew ?lays in town last Week. Miss Sldla I lol io, of (?rec 11 ville, visited | relatives ami friends In lids place last week. Miss Lola Madden, willi lier lillie brother mid sister, have returned io I Tex??. Aller a year of resident e in the coun try, Mr. Rutherford llrailllctl has re turned tn this plaee. Itv a recen) chance in the schedule, only una tra I it now inns .,n Sunday on i he i ; recueille Hoad. Mr. .1 .(1. C. Klein i nu is I.ni ld in- an ole {lani residence on Ihn per SI reel. li. ll. i 11 Hilgens is t ho emit raetor. All persons wanting Photographs will ? .lo well t>> call at once, as t bo IMiotograph j (hillery will inn bo open hut ll short time ! lonpr. Married, Uwe. IS!, Mr. \V. \\". s. Orr, of , Ibis place, senior member of Orr, Owing* ?V lloho, and M ?ss Marx ( 'a 111 pindi, ol' An- ! derson, s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 December 1887

THE STOltY ol Til i u n I'. ! A Hut CuuiiwIifU-- l'i :<> . ' ?-. I'urnoH tn lill Ur Pet -. nulli .. . ? .> I ?. x : i ??l Si : Volt- I"' xirlli i . in Hi' I'lgll ? I'll?' Anil Victorious. (limn Hu- Now Vorjt ll' nilli ATLANTA, *. N , N >M tn : . ?. IS?j Til" pi epic pl t is oity Voted oil tl mtotvtii n >i prubi I iii . . . ? ' 1 !,? .* foaled i'. Lin ? I.-, lioi fol lo ? o tlc most exciting i . "' ?il oao?|??8 over w ii ni i'll iii ileof j iii' An ext rfu ol' bltternei -, limning often into porto lilith's, Ullirk? i' o. I ~ 1 ' ' eil a elim \ 1 ? . ni h.t. when h ? .' voters uiaivhe 'I bi vp na . . I Hil upon the p ll I be l'i. x HII' * t i done b.> edlb r i ul , ax it would mar t ..til I ty ol fbi 't ". lin in their t tthu&his support of lue esp i h. II .th KIIIea pin .!.. il iuto th? li'thl NV woud ?? fill activity is noo'n aa Ibo < xii aeti OilOtpUl Ol i a mouth ? in i n ei ul . ? I' Ci Hill . tin wari heiiM' in .ty und in 'eil il itu wit ti M uni .. c a ...

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. — 14 December 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. WHAT TH K l.AWMAKKUS BAVK HONK PO lt THK STATE. Several Important Measures Kocrive Phial Oou*l?l?ratlon?Syifo|isls ortho Procecd 11". Thereon. COLOMBIA, December io. T'he work of tho Legislature ! is progressed rnpid ly and satisfactorily for tho past wook. Tko more imp?t taut measures acted ou will now ho noticed. TUB CRIMINAL LAW. Tho bill to regulato tho criininal prac-1 tioo in thia Stnto 1ms paused tho llouso ? aud Senate both and ?B now before tho Senate judiciary committee, who ure considering thc HOUBO uuiondnieuts. Tho following is tho text of tho bill ns it loft thc HOUBO: Soctiou 1. That overy indictment shall lu) deemed and adjudged suffloient and good in law, which, in addition to Bet ting forth tho timo aud placo, as now provided by law, charges tho crime sub stantially in tho language of tho com mon law or of the sUituto pr...

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. — 14 December 1887

H* Our Sh Vases! See tho quunty and pt :U) pair Vases at IU c Oft ct (t ii 0() ti 170 a <t 23 " 0 ?. ? ? di) ,( 5 ? ? ? 50 " IO " M M 73 11 . After ox am i ti i liff this why. Low prices will s ^he Advertiser J. C. GARLIX<r/OX, EDITOR. . ... M .,. - . . . . W!"-' BabBcrlptlon Prtco--t2 Months, $1.00 PAYABLK IN ADVANCE. Kates tor Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square. One inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent iusrr tlon, f>0 omits. Liberal roductlon inado for largo Ad vertisements, ~1 i. . i.- ? ? - -? LAURENS, S. C., Dee. l i, 1887. Now York will ship a million barrels of apples to Europe tnis season. . . By tho apportionment bill ns passed by tho House, I.au rous is entitled to an other Koprosentati ve. How docs "Moses" like tho departure of his wards under the much-talltod-Of re-organized board of Agriculture? * # The Legislature must bo congratula ted on sonic good work last week. Tho constitutional convention was slaugh tered . ? * Fortune favored tho first ste...

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. — 14 December 1887

WINTER. Tlu^ ivlntcr, O tho wintert Who dor:' not know lt welly When "Hy after any, tho fleUls stretch tcrny, Ami Ino peewit walls ou Hie feu. Wlioti wo eloso op tbo crauulcs mut ?shut out th? .??Kl, And Iii ? wind Hounds boarsoand hollow, nd our dead l"vcs sleet) 'n tho churchyard mold, And wo pray Hint wo Boon may follow; in ih" winter, mournful winter, -Alfred Austin. PECULIARITIES OF FASTING. A Scientific Man's Theory-somo SlllgU Itir fases-Tho l'<-el i JIU ol' Hunger. M. Fa nih '?m. of tho Nancy faculty, who lina just made Iii ; reviews public i:i Tho Revilo Scleiilillque, lu disposed t<? bellcvo ?ll M. Sueei. and does not fliul linytllillg very extraordinary III fasting, per ce. Thus he cites tho casca of patients iii of typhoid fever, who romain weeks without talon;; nourishment, and ill do not die. In u disonso t<> which young girls mo especially liable, known us "nervous unoroxy," or loathing ? f food, which is characterized by a total loss of appetite, the pati...

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. — 14 December 1887

Whe Advertiser Mr. Han. Little and family, or ('lin ton, havu moved t<? lida place. Mr. IAoo Langston, Jr., now oceimios tho Sparks house in "Brooklyn." Mrs. Dr. Todd has returned from a vlait ol' a lbw weeks al Newberry. Tho revival services nf Hov. Lei tell aro continued willi unabated interest. Mrs. Boulwaro, of fresa Hill, hiiH boon Visiting her sister, Mrs. Uoggans,during tho past week. Mrs. Phllson has rentod tho rosldoaeo of Mr. T. If, Simpson and will opon a boarding hons.-. # A full account of the Conforenoo np pointinentsof tl,,' M. K. Cliurcll ls fount! on our outside Tho annual iuootlltg ol ilooklioldorsin the National P.ank of Laurens will ho held on Tuesday, .lan. 10th. Mr. Morris, ngod lft, and Matilda Drown, a Miss of 13 years, were married near Cedar drove last week. Mr. T. J, Watts Ima canvassed the low n during tho pits) weok Holling ?1 most r> cellont work eullod "Tho Itauullfnl Sto ry, lie reports fnie RUCCOSS. To Mr. Charlton Tcxld we uro indebted for an ...

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. — 14 December 1887

THE COMMON LAW. A LBAIIKKO ijatFOWTlO.M W THK ?UH? JB45T Ul MK. UISUOI*. Th? Wrnk I'lai-fM In Our Common Law 'I'll? i>iir?*r*<ii<'?> Between .indu?--, ?nd Jiirltti How .Many LBW lloulm A rt- Matte I hr OucKllun ni todllli auton. (From tho Columbia Dully Rccortl.) Ai 0.43 las! cvculug thc mombora <>r Hie Uar Association assembled "t thc Senate Chamber al thc State House. Alter disposing ol' some routine business ami electing two mw members, Messrs. Paul Hemphlll aud T. E. McLure of Ches ter, the Association repaired t- Hie Hall of the House ot l.oprcsciltnllvcs. The mein hers passed in by couples, the precession iain- beaded hythe lion. Wm. ll. Parker, the retiring Presiden1 the Association, and the distinguished orator of thoona sion, tho Hon". Joel Proutiss Bishop of Massachusetts. Thoy were followed by oilier distinguished members ot ihe Bar. lu ll few inimit?s every chair in thc House w as occupied, not a few of thom by ladies. On the Speaker's platform were the...

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. — 21 December 1887

EMPSON MILUS. ?Htcr Hipp Lo YOL. ?. LAI KENS C. LIM S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. big job of Clothing _Baltimore Fir?. THE STATE LEGISLATURE. TIIK I til lim U l KU OF TIIK BK8910N 8DOWH CONNI DICKA m.v; WOKK aiuny Measures ?>r Public Interest Adopted or KeJeeteri?A ?ood Bhowlug, lu Wurl<. for A Very Working Budy. OoiiUUBU, Docotnbor 17.-Tho record of tho fourth week of tho present Bennion shows up well in the mutter of work hard work-on the patt of both Senate and House. While tho output of billa may not be very I irgo, yet tho number of important mattcrB settled speaks well for tho industry ot both branches of thc General Assembly, below will bo found a synopsis of tho proceedings. THE UNIVERSITY. Tho bill couceruiug tho University, which ha? boeu fully outlined in this correspondence, came up as a special order in the Senate, With it woro ap pointed for consideration tho two bills providing for a separate agricultural col logo. After tho adoption of some formal amendments...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 December 1887

Vases! Seo tho qunnty anti prit .1!? pair Vases at I" eta rt* (( ii ? 2-1 11 17" M M 2') " ft ? ? (< ;>,() M 5 u ? M 50 ?< 10 M M M 75 " /V?tor examining this st why. Low [?rices will aol ?The Advertiser v-u....... i ? ! j M. I1!..1 ?.?"Si. 1 J. C. GA RL1XG1 ON% EDI TOR. Pubscrlptiou Prlc?--12 Montos, $1.00 PAYAHLK IN" ADVANCE. Kates Tor Advertising.-Ordinary Ad vortisomonts, per square, One inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent inser tion, ">o couta. Lthoral reduction mado for largo Ad vert i -lotnonts. LAURENS, S. C., Pee. lil, IS87. ... ........ . ii fmm ......? mmmm. "THE i\lASTIOIt*S OFFIG'13." Tho other i<:t|>or has jumped upon ?II-: AD vu RT rs RU to lol tho cfful . ent light of its henmlng editorial iiottntonnnce shine noon tho dark passages of a recent article in this paper. "lt feels constrained from asenso of justice," (?) cte., to no lice some parts of our editorial. Hero is tho part it constrains Itself to not iee : "Tin? Opposition to Ulis i) ul CO arise...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 December 1887

SONO OF THE SIPCNS. Tho in"? alight botbca thu sea, And tue ripple* wasti Otc sand, ~~ Tin- bong of ?ur hearts KO?? freo . Ai Down the shelvim*. ii:-, r ttraml. Neither goddesses era wc, u r ?romeo, . Nor MIK* ls, nor spii it? nf death; We live maidens of ovil omen, Ami wo brent ho thu te? Kpray for our breath. TIM gods love us imi tu hee.veo, Tho Monis of drou ned mea lu hell Cuma us, from morn lill even, For the songa wa so well. We uer neither aliro tier dead. Wu kilVW in t of dvr.lb nor of hf?, tint the life of iniiii U our bread, And the team *t the widowed wife When tho motherofr.il, before the light* haboml to bring forth cuds to rhu? ?, v> ripped in the pall of anelenl night. No mother had we In her* oso m to lay us. To llanillo r.iul fondle, curt-?.1; UK und muse us, for we vprang out of moouligkt and soft twa mist. And wo Bing that the Bili lora may love UH and curse us, Atel ?lio ia the r.m.r of tho lipa they have kissed, I lu ttir i i.i i dark ness the afros moaned Wh...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 December 1887

Ai.u:i>tii.i> u i ??i-: sc . NV h lapel's ol' Vw ?> 1 ' i ri ? n ??il M j (fi iou . ? rime '. (Mintlainmg I, Novi oberort-.'Pill.? pity is In .i IV vor ol' excitement over iii" arar l -r mystery which ls about tn "mu?1 I ? 111? 11; i Oh I Vii' t.:. ind IO. ll. \\i'll tia ms ur vi vi I tn ('but ta sm-iga in search nf ni.? \vile, wi? i left bor it mn i i : Ktngslreo, Ci, i>i t'a ? ? . '. . nd .1 Mil". I ',.. ! i i i only boon In CMiuttaUoogn 1 u hour.-; when be was arrested on :i telegram from ,1. H. Sullivan, ci ? 1er ot't!i" I.>\tu . a-- Hunk, ?it ! . i ret?s H. C., cliiirjrinir bini with oh tattling money under luise preten Hes at Columbia, ( freon vil le anti Newberry. He was jailed tinder the hume of Santottl Cn! henri, an swering (ho description furnished of that utan per fet'C y. Indue Imo aa bllteer arrived fr?n? >' iii til Car olin i tn Identify th? {?risoiipr, but Wits bulnd i i '.>.. th . t*?>ii?v utan set a! Iii . lay. W illiam- said l c had ci nie ...

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