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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 April 1890

The Laurens Advertiser. PUBLISHED WEEKLY AV LAURENS,-8. O., BY J. C. Carlington,Ed.& Prop. NEWS SUMMARY. FROM ALL OVER THE SOUTHLAND. Aooident8. Oalaanities. ?Pleasant News and Notes of Industry. VIRGINIA. Rev. Dr. Taylor, President of Vassar College, who has been visiting the prin cipal Southern cities, delivered an ad- j dress Thursday night at .the Second Rap- 1 tist Church of Richmond, upon the .'Higher Education of Women." State Superintendent ol' Schools. Jno. E. Massey, visited the ?Staunton schools Monday and is now visiting the other publie schools of thc State. Tho board of agriculture decided to abolish the oflice of Commission*, r of Im migration. This move was made to re duce expenses. Thc work will herc after bo done by tho Commissioner of Agriculture. Four men and oue woman were arrested ncaa Christiansourg, charged with thc murder of Treasurer Caddall. Gen. Jubal Early lives well at Lynch burg on thc money which he receives for lending his name to a lottery compa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 April 1890

JUST HOW IT TS. Wbon you grasp t?1" hand ot fortune, Awl lightly step along, The hours glide un Uko Min numbera Ol' ii heart-cheering song, "your pathway is lined willi faces "When? smiles nnil pleasure blond. All th? world will offer service When yon don't need a friend. You may sneer at fair discretion, AV hen solid at tho bank, Your rudeness is mero pleasantry. And quito thu thing tor rank. Mon will trust upon your favors, ' And fawn and condescend, Till yo? wonder at your kingship, When you don't need a friend. They will shout your name in meeting. And vote you into fame: They will load your hoard with presents Of bric-a-brac und gnuie. Thoy will strain themselves in showing What kindness they intend. When sunshine floods your atmosphere Anti you don't need a friend. But wait and not? how comical This sclf-samn world can be. When tho sun throws not. your shadow And your hopes go to sen. You may havo hoard tho cucumber lins arctic chills to lund Well, the world drops under zero W...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 April 1890

r<?' Different Paneles. Tho extension ladder Uro es ?.apeu have been adopted by tito Gcnuaii army sis tv moro snti.-duc lory apparatus than tho balloon from wit it'll to walch un enemy. ?ii/.r.incss, nausea, drowsiness, <! isl ross jitter outing, catt bc uurod a nd provont* *icl by taking Hr. J. II. Mcbean is Livor ?nd tsidnev PlllotS (littlo pills ) Siberia is suki to have tv spot of ground about thirty milos Miliare] that bas not thawed for u hundred j yearn, and ls frozen toa depth of| sixty fool. Ko need to take t lioso hie; cat lia rt ie j pills; ouo ol* Dr. .1.11. Mclean'* hiver mid Kidney fillets is quito bafDcloul I und more ngrooublo. What wo ought not to clo, wei ?thou ld not ever think of doing. It health ti tul Ufo aroworth anything and you aro loollugoutofsorta and tired .?ut, tono up your system by taking Dr. J. Il, McLoau'sSarsnpnrilla. Vow porsons live to-day, but arc preparing; to do HO to-morrow. .Sich headache, biliousness, nausea I .costiveness, mo promptly...

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. — 17 March 1891

WAITER'S VOODOO CASE, l& JONE8 A VICTIM OF RELIG IO 10^8 FRENZY. -* Irothcr I>urnnt 1\Yn? "Iunplro.l by tli? Holy Ohoil" i.'.?1 Poor Prlmu? Wim Ou? of Ills UUolpl?*?A Wlortl Story. i^jmtki!. S.C, March 10.?Thoatory ?of the faqjous "voodoo" murder case, iu which, n? already aunouaccd la The State, Alexander Durant and Bichard I Camphell were acquitted hy order of| the court, Is about as foliawh : Alexander II. Duran*) (colored), aB the pastor of Beuiah A. M. K. B. church, on the Bell's Mill plantation in this county, had been holding a series of re* vival meetings, which, at the time of ihe death of Primus Jones, had been going on for soveral weeks, tiev, Durant was evidently a little "oil" on religious mat ter at tho beginning of tho revival and at its end he seemed to have been worked up to a perfect frenzy of excitement. He imagined that he was inspired with tho Holy (.hont, and, as one 01 the witnesses expressed it, was "boss" or "leader" in spiritual matters. This same wi...

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. — 17 March 1891

Price -la MoBthi, tl.OO. PAYABLE JN AOVAMCK. \v. w\ ball. Tsnrion. ?to? for Adyortlelug.?Ordinary Ad orMsoniAnt?, per square, ono Inner loi>, |1.00; ou"h aubstquont inaerti"", ... ni ilboral reduction made- for largo Ad- r .?? ' !?< l,M lit ?'. , W. W. BALL, Proprietor. A.URENH.8. C, March 17,1801. flow many political hopes will nti a grave in turbid Coosaw. They say that Oov. Till man now eats kid gloves. Is the executlvo mansion a "dude factory." Coosaw Is water loo deep for our Attorney General., Comptroller Ellorbo ought to succocd in his tax refoini. He evidently has "faith to remove mountains;" It is not strange that the Fifty first Congress went out in a burst 1 of music when we remember thai- It was a "Reed" orgnn. Will the new council give us kwator works and electric lights? re are high and dry and In tho irk. 'wo sites for the Girls' Normal ind Industrial School have already peon offered to the commission, 'ho commission need only to get sight of Laurens to determin...

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. — 17 March 1891

,&vtvtl%tr. ban a dog I a trunk factory pay in Lau lank II. W?lls, went to Colum Gary Watts was In the oily Sat 8. B. James spent Sunday la the C. C. Foathorstono went to An >n last weak. h*. W. B. Btohey ran down toMoCor ilok for a night last week. A new post office in Spartanburg has feen named "Irby" In honor of Senator JSUth macadau^i^d streets and oe^i Bit pavementy, yet there was mud B woek. ? ivoral letters Iroin county orrespon I ts which for soarclty of spaeo do not j rboar this week will bo published later. 'When a poor wan eomos to town, a ?ndl at the Cash pfompany's store gene Bally puts him In a Jolly (rood humor. E Theie Is nothing useful on a firm , rW.tfc^B'lomlng & Co. do not sell as| Icheap as any body oan. Job work done promptly, satisfac torily, and at reasonable pi loos at the Advjsrtiskr offloe. Mr. Alex. Nabors, spent Sunday night j in the olty with his son-in-law Mr. Aus tin Bramblett. Why would you go to tho Mayor's of flco to got tho time of dayT...

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. — 17 March 1891

INC TON. on of tb* Tlir*? Jtevroseutatl**a Xr**Mi*ra-?Vlft,oroua Talk oil the f their l'nrt> and About Old Par ^WOTON. March 0.?A great muted out here last night to mator.s-elect IVfferand Kyle and ntati ve-elect Jerry Simpson ad* he Citizens' Alliance in Grand Hall. l'eflfer and Kyle surprised ody hy displaying more than oratorical ability/ aud Mr. jj created great enthusiasm by orous eloquence, that was at e, although unconventional, l'effer was seen to be a man of r build, a little above medium slightly stooping In the shonld th long, sharp nose, and long n* a rich dark brown, falling fcbe lower buttons of his waist a pair of keen blue eyes, rath er olose together?a man of mild, min isterial bearing and placid, gentle countenance. Senator-elect Kyle is a six-foot blonde of athletic build. He Is a man of plain appearance; a man of the people, whose hands have been used to toil. Ho does not look to be more than 85 years old. His hair iand mustache are not quite red, but nearly s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 March 1891

HE (MfyW SITUATION. E UATE8T /IN REFERENCE TO THE T ^?HO ? Compaur MakH m Proposition look ing to a Iteacymiftlot? of Work, Wbleh im Accepted The Corttm COLUMni. lowing lettc f>hate Coinu tself: To the III ?ndltlonally bjr the Stato? j |>nd?nMon tho Subject. S. C, March 15.?The fol was received by the I'hos fission to-day. It explains Y. J. l'ope, lion J. D. Geo. II. Wi [of Phosphe len: It U hi. B. K. Tillman. the Hon. the Hon. W. II. Ellerbe. the Montgomery and the Hon. Her, Members of the Board |te Commissioners?Gen?e a matter of regret to the Maw Mining Company that it has >een fount! necessary, in order to pro eot their vlghts, to make any applica tion to thu Courts, and that some ac commodation could not have beeni reached by which litigation would have been avojmed. They have always de sired to lllve as law abiding citizens, conducting their affairs on business principle* and. avoiding all complica tions amn litigation! J Jut no alterna tive was lieft to. them, and in...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 March 1891

ubHcrl?tl<m Pride?14 Kootbs, %\M. PATABLK IK ADVANCE, W. W. BALL, EDITOR, JXatns for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad voriis:?iiimitM, t>or nqtiflro, one inser tion, 91.00; oach Hiii)M>-fjii?iit. insertion, 60 cents. JJhcral reduction mado for laruro Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN B, 8. C* March 24, 1891. Hilenco in Hohlen but the tall of tho ticket keeps wagging. Tn the matter of the girls' Indus trial School Laurens must "give and take." Col. Ellison 9.~Koitt, of Nowber ry, wants a third party. Would a third party want Col. Koltt? The State must wait. We will name our wise congressmen as soon as they have cut their wisdom teeth. ?t. Patrick's day was duly enjoy ed throughout the world on Tues day last. Every good man on earth who looked upon an Irish man on that day sympathised with his lost cause, and his love for his native land, land of the shamrock, "sweetest Isle of the ocean." Our frisky old friend the Augus ta Chronicle has lowered Its ten dollar a year st...

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. — 24 March 1891

3fM %A**f LOOAL; Mr. Collett Mills, of Jf. olty. Miss Lidio Irby, of Oll friends in tue olty. Notlco sales of real far sales day In April. Miss Cora Davis of P*, relatives in tbo city. Remember the Coui^yrTewmera As sociation Saturday. Obi. T. B.'Crowswe business fast week. Mr, Cloo. Miller is night operator at dopot. Miss Lucia Maddo S. C. College for wont Mayor Dial paid lumj^la last week. M r. Jno. T. Dunca in tbo city last woo Tbo County Medic, an interesting &es Capt. Ed Molds Courier, w.is in tli Capt. Frank v. hnprovo his lot cj Mrs. Thomas family of Capt weok. ttendlng tbo olumsia. Isoeiation held istorday. Nows <k iek. is preparing impton streot. Icomb visited tho rM. McCaslan last (;aroliip^BBiocrats redlstriotsd soastogivo tbo Republicans re.saman. tonographor Law spout Sun tho city on his way to tho Irt. guson, Congressman Shell, ator Irby havo gone to Co* band,olty taxes must bo fpril 1st. 80 say tbo City 1j. Bleaso, member of the fr- . 'Nowborry, was in tho Frid...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 March 1891

VILE AMUSEMENTS. DR. TALMAQE ON THE WOEFUL EF FEOT8 OF THE MODERN DRAMA. It DUtorte Heal J.IU- With Creation* of ))li?w?d Iui*Klnattou?? St?g* h*roM aud Ueroluee V iflttluK the Yoail) of Oar I.und for Houc?t lLabor. Brooklyn, March 15.---Dr. Talmage \ reached the fourth of hl? scries of ser ?nous on the Plagues of tho Cities" thin morning. The sermon to-day la on Bale mi Amusements." Tho text vras II Samuel ii, 14: "Let the young men now arise and play before ua." Tho folfornlog as substantially the ?er t on: liiere are two armies encamped by tl.o pool of Glbeon. The tiro* huogs heavily on their hands. One army pro poses a same ot sword-fencing. Noth ing could be more healthful and inno cent. The other army accepts the chal lenge. Twe?ve men against twelve men, the sport opens. But something went ndvorsely. Perhaps one of tho swords men got an unlucky clip, or in some way had his iro aroused, and that winch openly in sportfulness ended in vio lence, each one taking ills contestant i...

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. — 31 March 1891

VOL; VII. NO. 35. AN.ty^ MHO GONE. ^EfcrUJOSEPH E. JOHNSTON DIES St ? DENLY IN WASHINTON. KmoM of lilt/ I>l*tln?uUlied 8*rv!rt-*-i| An Honored und Aulo Ooiunmndtr? CemmU?Toaer of lluflroad? Until ?? moved by Harrleon. Washington, March 21.?Gen. Joseph E. Johnson died shortly after 11 o'clock to-night at bis residence on Connecticut Avenue. Tho General has beenV"""" ing for the past three weeks with fectlon of the heart, aggravated V caught soon after Sherman's funi New York. His physician hai trying to keep up his strength for days, hut his advanced age has gi ven little hopo for his recovery from tho be ginning of his illness. The General did not seem to suffer In the least and was conscious to the last. At his bedside were ex-Governor Mc Lain, of Maryland, the General's broth er-in-law, and. the nurso. Tho imme diate cause of death Was heart failure, the result of fluty degeneration of the heart, due in a meusuro to a cold con tracted sorno weeks ago, but nmre par ticularly due...

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. — 31 March 1891

_, iaaawa??aaMwwwMaaB??eB??i 11 . n fyhe $Avii??tr. ??lbscrlptlon Prlca-~13 Moatbs, ?l.oo. 1'AYAItlj; IX A OVA NOK. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. HetoM for AdvortlNlng.?Ordinary Ad voi ?HcimuitH, per squnro, 0*10 inner tlon.ft.OO; each subsequent Insertion, 50 oontn. LI bora) roductlou made for l?r?o Ad- j VcrlJietnentA. w. w. ham,, Proprietor. LAUBEN?. S. O, March 24,1891. The legal interests of the old State are now pretty safe?three weighty counsel?about eight hundred pounds ayprdupols. Jones, tho trlpplo kilter of Edge field, has employed MaJ. Meetze.of Lexington as additional counsel. Does this look like hunting the Governor? Judge Hudson wants a majority rule ndoptedTor the Jury in finding their vordict8. The Judge Qught to remember that it is hard enough to submit to a unanimous verdict, much less a bare majority. The Presbyterian church courts of Japan, so tho secular papers tell us, are revising and amending the Confess8ion of Faith and the Apos tolic Creed. Will they send mis sionar...

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. — 31 March 1891

LOOAL; Prat* Suber ha* been appointed a fed oral otoctlon supervisor. Mr. Qua Puhls hau returned from Greenville. Mr. Daniel Munroe, died at his home near Hopewell Church last week. If you were In New York, you would not noKloct to hear Mtohtiena's tenor at any price. Remember, Friday niKht. Mit? Gale* of Baltimore has charge or ] the rollinery department of J. T. Poole's dry goods house. ^ Misses Msyme Ferguson and VJara Ball have been visiting their parents during the past week. _; Mr. O.A. C. Waller was in Laurons last week. Mr. Kdgar Martin, is tho latest ro orult to Mlnter* Jamlefcon's brigade of bandsbras and attractive salesmen* Miss Brlghv, of Clinton College spent Sunday In the olty with Miss Merle McCaslan. ' The Rev. J. S. West, pastor of Hurl oane Baptist Cburob, died after a pro longed Illness at Clinton on the 28rd. It wont bo long before the soda foun tains of Dr. Foole and Kennedy Bros., will be making things "slzz." Tho News and Courier now reachet LaurenB at 2 p. m...

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. — 31 March 1891

AS OTHERS SEE US. FREVARICATOR8, FALSIFIERS, AND PLAIN LIARS* Poor Hum au Kuture Imm'.umI Untn^rolful. ly?Lyhm front Counting Ilooiu to Shop, from Drowlae Kooiu toKll?t??ai ud Yot Nobody Jie<?lv?U for Any iHsnjtth of Time. Nkw York, March .?.?"Tue Plague of Lies" wa* selected by Dr. Tulmogo for the subject of the liftli of hie dis courses on '?The Plague? of ThosoThree Cities," which ho ? preached to-day. Both at the morning service in Brooklyn and at the evening service under the rusplces of tho Chrlstiun Herald in Now York, the vust buildings were not largo enough to hold more thun ono-half tho crorva who clnne to hear tho sermon. His test was Genesis Iii, 4; "Ye shall not surely die." That was a point blank lie. Satan to'd St to Eve to Induce her to put her scmt-clrclo of white, beautiful teeth. In?o a forbidden apricot, or plum, or ?cach, or" app'o. lie practically iaid to ev, "Qh, Jive! Just take a hito of this aca you will ho omnipotent and omnis Cent? You shall boas gods."...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 April 1891

AJYLUM MANAGEMENT. THE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE MAKES IT8 REPORT. Full Text <? i i I ? 'J :ij>. i - i:.nl VooA-mXraK Ulea To? l-'rcquent?? Ooh? Krullgenco Clini/j. 1 ? I ii, Governor'* Oft'or to tbe Official. Columuia, S. c, April 2.?The long awaited report oi the committee appointed to Investigate tho State Lima tic Asylum has at last been completed and mado public. The cnmmitteo com pleted tho report yesterday inorniug, af ter something over a week's work, and tho members havo gono home for tho prcseut. As will ho seen bolow, this report of the commitlco shows somo dis closures of a surprising nature, and it is stated that they uro in possession of worse ones. Tbe preliminary report was haudod to tho Governor yes'.crday morning, and jast evening lie guvo It to the press. II o was asked what action ho would tako in tho matter, aud ho said : "I expect to havo such ports of tho testimony as bear directly on these matters transcribed irom the stenographer's notes, and they will I...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 April 1891

Sabaoriptlon Frlct?la Moaih?, 91.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE._ W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Adyortlning. Ordinary Ad. vortisementa, per square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, CO conts. Ubersl reduction inado for large Ad- f vcrtiacmcnta. I W. W. BALL, I Proprietor, j LAURENS, 8. C? April 0th, 1891. Tim World's Fair. The late Christopher Columbus was one of the best and luckiest sailors of hia time and the great fair at Chicago lu celebration of his life and achievements will be such a tribute from the nations of the earth as his memory deserves. Business, and especially the ad vertising business, as well asstate ly sentiment will have a place in the World's Fair. "From Greenland's ley mountain to India's coral strand," every clan and kindred will gather there to show their wares. Thousands, moreover, from all quarters of the globe will come to Chicago, as Columbus did to Amer ica, on a voyage of discovery; flee ing the cramped existence of the Old World and seeking th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 April 1891

LAUFENS, 8. O., April 6th, 1801. LOOALi. Mrs. Ell? Ca vi?, of Spartauburg la via. Hing relative* in the olty. Miaa Bllta MoCaslan, 1? on a vlelt to her sister Miaa Marie at Cllntoa, - Fry or Babb la clor king for Davis, Ro per A Co. Mlac Blanche Hadgens, of Kasloy la visiting In the city. Mra? Sue Audersan la v^AVW 'ho family of Mr. H. W. Anderten. Mra. Q. W. Moaely, of Greenville, la visiting relallvea and frlenda tn her old homo. Mra. Salllo Dunlap, la on a visit to her j hihtor Mrs. Elolae Shell. Mr. Bob 11 ay uns, of the Greenville | Newa waa in the olty laat week. Mr. W. A. Jamleson of Min tor 6\ Jam* ieson has returned from the North. School Commissioner Cook is ill with La Gripp?. The atoam laundry building on the lot J In the rear of Dr. MoCoy'a plaoe la rap idly going up. _ Miaa Isabel Jordan, ?f Memphis Ten nesaeo, is visiting Prof. McCaslan's fam ily._; Mrs. MoGhoe, who has been spending some time with her daughter Mrs. Grit ton, left for her home Thursday. Miss Mary Teag...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 April 1891

GLORIOUS EASIER MO UN ! OR. TALMAQE ON THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS? "Olor/ to ?otl In th? liigl>e?t, ?ud ?n KartU Peace, Good WIHfclwJ Men Moria??-*/ Uoatm to tho ])??d Poor Atonement (or Neglect to the I.tviuit. Nbw Yomk, March 29.?Dr. Tal tnogo preached nu Easier sermon to his two audiences to-day* Both at the morning service in Brooklyn and at The Christian Herald service in Now York, In the evening, the Academies of Music woro bright with a profusion of Mowers, Easter lilies being conspicuous. A se lection of music appropriate to the festi val was beautifully rendered at each ser vice. The text of the preacher's dis course was Matt, xxvh, 6. "Come, seo the place where the Iiord lay." Visiting any great city, we are not satisfied until we have also looked at its cemetery. We examine all the styles of cenotaph, mausoleum, sarcophagus, crypt, aud sculpture. Here lies burled a statesman, yonder au orator, hero a pool, out there an Inventor, in somo other place a groat philanthropis...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 April 1891

STORY OF THE COOSAW. THE FIGHT NOW ON IN THE FEDE RAL COURT t/u* xpected Appearance of the Attorney General?Joying Oat the Line* at Uat fle?The Argument of the Counsel Fro and Con. Charleston, S. C.,' April 8.?Pur suant to the order Issued by Judge I Simoritou in the United.States Circuit Court on 'I'u -5*1.-1 y, the proceedings on the order to the Coosaw Company to show cause why the receivership cre uted by the State should not be mado {icrmaneut wore begun yesterduy morn ng at 11 o'clock. The Court was opened for the ordin ary business of the term at 10 o'clock, but little'was done, as everybody was) waiting expectantly for the arrival of the hour whin the cause now so famous in the judicial annals of South Caro lina, should be argued. The opposing counsel appeared in Court a few min utes before 11, and taking their seats at the long table just in front of the clork's desk quietly awaited the hour. When the portly form of Attorney Gen eral Pope appeared in the Court room there wa...

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