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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 March 1895

^>?e: (?dueuliser. D L AUKENS, 8, C, Maroh 12, 1895. LiOOAL. Wants Anolhor Chance. Notice of appeal was given in the case of the State vs. Wash Owens, convicted of murder at tho recent term of Court. Judgo Aldrlch signed an order staying tho execution which was ilxcd for tho 19th of April. Hack to Lauren*. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Adam? have eomo from Groenvillo to livo in Laurons again. Mr and Mrs. Adamsmado many friends during a residence hero a few years back and so are thoy moro warmly wolcomed. Mrs. Adams will take ohargo of tho mlllinory department of Simmons's Brothers during tho coming season. Another woleomn bit of nows to thoso who fcmombor hor service whon sho was with tho 11 rm of J. P. Martin & Co., of this city. Muri-in! in Augusta. Tho Augusta Chroniclo of Thursday gave an account of tho marriage on Wednesday ovoning of Mr. Louis Kop pel, lately ?f Laurens, to MissKosabolIe LoVy, of Augusta, a daughter of tho lato Judge Samuel Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Koppel left Immediate...

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. — 12 March 1895

f f attrrit* ^toertiier. iii?Bv> Mwmmr toi?day. (IIPTION ?I.RO HKK YEAR. ? 11 I 11 11 I I ffgeatton to the Spring Poet. the toft and balmy breeze te leave* upon the trees; e lark upon the wing ? sun bis matin sing; be fragrance from the flowers lady's trelli-ujd bowers; e lire-tly's tfny light rosa the dusky night; he qloonllghf o>r the mountain chrjstals at,bet fountain; the skies an auife blue; i the roves in rtioir dew; the love-lorn swain to sigh i his sweetheart draweth nigh; rophize old Father Time i you closo your vernal rhyme, snow that you yourself are green nail it to a magazine. HEROINE OF '76. > year 1770, a small palisade erected upon the alto now oc ' the city of Wheollng. The surrounded by the cabins of era and was named In honor of .t Vir 'hm orator and patriot, Henry. ) morning of tho first ol Sop 1777, a scout appeared in tho lounoicg tho near approach of lod Simon Girty with a largo savages. Having tho night ?olovod an intimation ofdan an Indian raid, tho...

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. — 19 March 1895

vol?- x- laurens, s. c, tuesday, march 19, 1896. ~No~~30 WARNING COTTON GRO WIERA. A Deceptive Rise in the Great Stuple ?Helping to luoreaso t lie Acreage. To the Cotton Growers of tbo South : Hon. Heotor D. Lane, president of the American Cotton Growers' Protec tive Association, has issued tho follow ing address: I wish to call tho attention of tho cotton growers to tho strategic move ment being made by cotton manipula tors to delude thotn Into tho suicidal aot of planting again a large aoreago in cotton. That uneasiness has been felt in Liverpool for some time in re forense to a decreased acreage goes without saying, and bad this uionauo not existed, cotton sales would have been lower than thoy have been; and now, as the ond of tbo soason is at hand and tho staple is siibtantiully out of the hands of tho farmers, those gen tlemen who bavo represented the bear elemeut for so many mouths while cot ton was moving in largo volumes, uow re&ort to the trlok of running values up simp...

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. — 19 March 1895

^?e Qcluertiser ' ii?sorlptlon rrlo? -13 Months, si.oo PAYABLE TN Ai?VAN(!K, ff. If. ?>iZ,Z,. EDITOB. Uste? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ITertisoiMonf*, per square, orte Inser Itlou, ?1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 150 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad* IvertlseiiiMnt.*.. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. 0.. March 19. 1805. TO THE WHITE DEMOCRACY OF LAURENS COUNTY. We trust we are not mistaken as to io feeling predominant among the Funk and tile of democrats in Laurens pounty?huatall want peaco, unity and larpionjC Let us then accept the ollvo manch tondorcd by Reformers and >nservatives and assemble at tho >urt House on tho 23d instant at 12 m. Jvory County in tho State will bo ro resonted in Columbia at tho Confor ice on the 27th inst. It is an honest fort to uulto our white pooplo. It is harmony with the policy of the lllman-Barnwoll plan. If all should [11-and wo aro to bo perpotuallv at if, and harm come to us and our chll mi then the rosponsibllity may rus...

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. — 19 March 1895

^fis Gtdusrtiser. i LAURENS, S, 0.| March 10, 1895. v_ LOOAL. THE TEACHER? MEET. The Comity Teachers In Town? Thoy Visit The Uraded HchoAb?A Hummer HcHeTjr^^ The County Teachers Association with our progressive School Commis sioner, Mr, Madden, at their head, made a visit to the Graded Schools on Friday, and on Saturday held their us ual monthly mooting in the Court House. All expressed themselves as oxcoed lngly pleased with the management of tho schools, which are under the ex cellent supervision of Mr. J. B. Wat kins. On Friday evening Mr. May field, State Superintendent of Educa tion, and Rev. J. B. Parrott, the suc cessful principal of the High School at Barksdalo's, were expected to address the teachers in the Court, House but neither of them were able to appear, ho some of the town jokers instltutcdfla mock court as a moans of passing tho evening, an amusing method if not calculated to bo so improvlug as a learned address. Mr. Madden spoke a little of tho ]K)8 slblllty of a S...

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. — 19 March 1895

M it* MBLmnw) jctmky t?mpdat. ?uugkiption Bt.ao phr yioau. Iio;?K Ago. once knew all the birds that came And nestled in our orchard trees. for every (lower l had a name, My friends were woodchucks, toads and Ibees; knew where thrived In yonder g'on AYhnt plants would soothe a stone 7 bruised toe; Iii 1 was very learned then, (But that was very long ago. knew the spot upon the hill Whore cheekberries could be found, knew the rushes near the mill Whore plokorol lay that weighed n poundi know theJwood, tho very tree, Whore lWod the poaching, saucy crow, BmaVatf too.woods and crows knew me, ^TBut that was very long ago. pttd, pining for the joys of youth, , 1 tread the old familiar spoh uly to learu this Bolemn truth? 11 have forgotten, am forgot, let here's this youngster at my knee lKnows all the things 1 used to know, b think 1 once was wise as he!? [But that was very long ago. now it's folly to complain Of whatsoe'er the Fates decree; et, were not wishes all in vain, l tell you what...

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. — 26 March 1895

VOL. X. LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1896. No 31 The Captive Mountaineer. He made a little "mountain dew" Ag'in the guv'ment's will; They took him an' his whiskey, too, Though he kept it mighty still. 8aid he: " I've got a family; if tills my heart with pain, To think that I shall never see The bright moon shine again." The guv'ment put him In the jail Mo light at all wur, near; He took some corn, an old tin pail, An' made the moon shine therot OLD TIMES IN GREENVILLE. nEOOLLBOytONS Of AN OliD MAN. How the Candidates Were Bled in Kontier Duyw Treating aud Cheats in? Wer? Common. [The following' artiolo from the pen of a gentleman still living was Srinted ten or twelve years ago in the reonvillo Enterprise and Mountain eer, and desoribos the experience of candidates a half century since.] Between thirty-five and forty years ago, one Friday evoning In August or September, I saw Col. P. E. Duncan, who asked me to come to William Bal lenger's the next morning and go with him to Mas...

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. — 26 March 1895

if ?e Gleluertiser v: ahsoHpUon Prioe -13 Kontbe, ?1.50 PAYABLE IN ADVANJK. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad* vortisemonts, per squire, one lnsor tlon, 11.00; each subssqueut insertion, 50 e?mls. Liberal reduction made for lar?e Ad vertisement*^ * W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. O., Marfjh 28, 1805. Learn abrade. Some of ou*r cotemporarles are dis cussing tb|/subject of our white boys learning a trade. It is not a new sug gestion. J6ut an old and sensible one.? -that in Europe princes, id all members of royal .re instructed and practiced ?cd in some useful art. It is rio fact that royality^ "out of a oy revolution has usually shown delf handy in taking care of itself? even as tramps. But, prosaically speak ing, there Is a fascination for all men in owning, managing and cultivating the earth; it Is sweet to plant, work, and watch great fields mature tho gol den and snowy orops. But, this Im plies that some must hold the plow and some must drive and all cannot bo ...

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. — 26 March 1895

THE FOKTY MKET. LAUKEKS SENDS HELENAXES TO THE COKVENTIOH. Two ConserratUes and Two Refor mer?? Resolutions Adopted?Col. Williams Presides- (apt. Shell Present. - At noon Saturday the Court Houso was thrown open and about fifty por sons equally dovided between Refor mers and Conservatives assembled in response to the call to send delegstos to the peace conference at Columbia on to-morrow. Senator A. ? C. Puller called the meeting to ordor and moved that Hon. John G. WllliamB take the chair?and that Frank C. Shell be re quested to act as Secretary. Senator Fuller explained the object, and after expressing with force and clearness the necessity for harmony among all the Democrats of the State, the hopo of securing this result through the agoncy of this effort, he proceeded to road the Resolutions which were subse quently adopted. Dr. John R. Smith, a Conservative, seconded tho Resolu tions In a short onthuslastlo and char acteristic speech. Tho following del egates were then chosen: C...

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. — 26 March 1895

Ccmtene 3V?i>crtiecv. PUBLiiaHBD UVEisY TUESDAY. 8UBORIPTION ?l.fMJ PER YKAH. Ah* Always Made Home Happy. In an old church yard stood a stone, Weather-marked and stained; The hand of Time had crumbled it, Bo only part remained. Upon ono sido I could Just trace, " In memory of our mother;" " She always mado home happy 1" this Was chiseled on the other. I gazed on monuments of fame, High tow'rlng to the skieB; I saw the sculptured marble stone (Whore a great hero lies; But by this opltaph I paused, And read It o'er and o'er. T hjad. never soon Inscribed a wot (Is as theso before. ~e always mado home happy!" What a noble record left! A legacy of mem'rles sweet To those whom death bereft. What a testimony to hor worth By those who knew hor best, Engraven on this orumbling stono That marked their mother's rest. . It was a narrow resting place, Among tho humble poor, But they had scon tholr mother toll, And patiently enduro. They marked her willing sacrifice As, ono by one, sho bore He...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 April 1895

? ?1? ~ ?-???- 1 ?- ? . ?== VOJL. X. LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1895? ; NO. 32. THE "POBTY" OONVEHTION. A AND HNPRK8KNTAT1VE OATH K KINO. Representation In Undented and Advised?A Working Commit tee Organized?No CoiiHict With tlie l>emooratto Executive < k>nimiti< <?. Columbia Register. , . It was a most earnest, intelligent and patriotic set of men who met in tne State House as members of the "Forty*' conference, which, starting out with but a little flourish of trum pets, has developed into one of the big political movements in a Stato famous for. the excitement and turmoil inci dent to local polities above all others. The conference was composed of both Reformers and Conservatives and it was Hoe a look lug body of men as had ever assembled in the State House. Judging from their speeches they are earnestly bent on securing not only white supremacy, but wnlto unity throughout the Stato, a platform whloh is broad enough to include everybody. As to what the conven...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 April 1895

4?!?e: Octuertiser ?atoscrlptlon Prict?ia Kontos, 91.00 PAYABLE IN AOVANCK. W. Wm BALL, EDITOB, Rate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad TArtivements, per squ*re, one Inser tion, ?1.00; each subsequent insertion 60 cents. Liberal reduction made Tor Urge Ad vertlsements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. C, April 2, 1805. White Unity and White Supremacy, There seems to bo no question ol principle dividing tlx; white people ol South Carolina just now. The Dispen sary lsjgimplyla question of expediency, o Legislature can abolish or keep it it is found to work. No voter will are excopt as ho is a bottle-holder and washer or not; a constable Unding his meat and drink in it would pray for its continuance, although the law wore clearly an outrage on all decqnoy. Sub stantially, we aro together, if we itnew it. There are those as thiok as black berries who And their present living and future prospect in kooping up the delusion that there is a state of war with us and that thoro is a doadly con ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 April 1895

THE RECORD OF LAC KENS UP TO I?ATE, APRIL, 2. Death of Dr. J. B. Watts Our Ho tel to be Re bullt-A Sud Death. A. Herole Spirit Joins His Comrades. Dr. J. B. Watts, s noble son of Lau fens, died at Greenwood whero he was temporarily residing-, on the 23d in stant at the residence of Mr. Frazler Sanders his son-in-law. He was a son of the late Mai. Richard Watts, his mother being Mary Brooks of the his toric families of Edgetleld and Abbo villo of that name. Dr. Watts was educated at the State Military Aoad emy ami aftorwards graduated from the State Medical Collogo. but in oarly life having ample means did not pursue his profession.' At the first blast of the bugle he answered the oall to arms and for four years shared the fortunes of Stewart and Hampton in Butler's di vision of Cavalry. He was more than once severely wounded. No moro fear less spirit ever faced the foe than Jack Watts; he was the soul of honor and truo as the tempered steel in time of peace. Mrs. Elizabeth C. Brown,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 April 1895

^lijouk? uvmr tuewday. ;rviriio? ?i no i>ku vi.ah. TEE MONAZITE OKAZE ADOtJT THK NEW MINtiKAL.. ?ro it U Found and Why it I? lluttblo? Curious Facta Otven hy import. rbnazite 1 A now word to conjuro b. A low mineral to cause man to itch the upper crust of old Mother irth as be digs and dolves for it. A \w commodity of which man may Euntil they imagine themselves nalre* roiling in wealth all d from this wonderful ''sand" \j>t hides *wey Bometfhere in ltd tiny rtlolcB tho thoriu/ubout whlob bo * j boon- saia . and written of , in a way, inonazlto is not at all, as The Uearld learn terday from Mr. William Earl i<ru, thp celebrated mineralogist, hum North Carolina is indebted , the discovery and tho domonstra n pf tho fact thatmonazite could found hero In commercial qualiti es.-* Away back in the fifties, says Mr. lddeu, Professor Charles Upton phord, of Amhornt College, visited tlx Carolina, and in company with ?Senator Cllngman, mado a tour ough . the Piedmont seotlon, and te...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 April 1895

HOW THE OASE STANDS NOW. A THOUGIITfr'UIj 11EVIEW OFTIIK POIdTIOAIi SITUATION. Senator lluniwell Points Out tlio lMfHeidties that are In tlio Way of Peace and Unity and Hukkcmis tlie Ucst Means ol* Avoiding Tlieiu. A roporter for The Nowh and Courier called on Senator J. W. Burn well and asked for an interview upon tho present political situation. The roporter askod Mr. liaruwell what ho thought wore tho prospects of an evon division between tho two faotions iji tho constitutional convention from tho present outlook. 1 Mr. Barn well said It seemed to him that people gcuorally throughout the state in this whole matter had jumped too quickly to u conclusion, or, in homely phraso, wore "counting their chickens before they wer** hatehed." After tho bitter coutosts and deep animosity of tho last four years it was more than Immun to expeet that tho people would come together, eease tholr strife at onco and join hands wlth|unanimity for tho carrying out of evon ho high a purpose as securin...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 April 1895

Cab#orlptl/>n moi-u Mon.ni, 51.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. . B?t?s for Advertising.?Orel?nary Ad p-vertisenasnts, par square, one Inser tion, $1,03> even subsequent Insertion, AO o?uU. f Liberal reduction m*\Ue for large Ad t- rortlssmsnts. ^ W. W. BALI?, Proprietor. LA?RENS.S C., April 0, 1895. "r**1" ? ' 1 .1 , - 11 KING COTTON* The Charleston News and Courier looks well a/tex?1 every material lnter reat ra the State. With commendable enterprise that paper publishes a re port from its special correspondents on Wednesday last, from almost every county in the State touching the proba ble acreage in cotton for this year.? Summing up, its conclusions are, that ? the reduction in acreage will not be large, while the falling off in the use ? pf fertilizers will be great. This is not encouraging. It simply means no large increase in food oropsand a diminished crop of cotton. Thin is not the desid eratum. What we want in South Carolina is not so much a reduction of t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 April 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO DATF, APRIL, 9. A Bright Journalist- Poisoned With Rough on Rats?A Beauti ful Monument. A BRIGHT JOURNALIST. Leares Columbia's Field to Enter Charleston's. ? Mr. W. W. Ball, formerly editor of the late Columbia Journal left yester day afternoon for Charleston, to which place he goes to aasumo the managing editorship of the Evening Post. Mr. Ball is a newspaper man of varied ex perience. His stay in Columbia has been most agreoablo and pleasant, and he leaves behind a host of admiring friends, who Wish this genial young journalist muoh success in his new field. Mr. Ball is a forcible writer, and he proposes to make the Post South Carolina's brightest afternoon sheet.? Mr. Ball takes charge Immediately.? The State. A Beautiful Monument. There has been placed in the city cemetery on Cemotery Hill within the last few days a beautiful monument to members of the family of the late Col. James H. Irby and Mrs Henrietta Earle Irby. The monument consi...

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 April 1895

I)C Cmtvcns 3Vu\>cvtiscr. PUBLISH KO EVERY TU TODAY. HUBCIV?l?TION HI.no I'ER YKAIt. The Printer. the'poet of Tin- ?ieorrm Oackec im re de for the following : " Wim labors on with all his might, Beginning with tin; early light. And 'stick the type.' till into at night ? \ The printer. " Who'makes np'forms, the actor's way, And 'rules' the'devil' everyday, And tukes free passes for his pay ' f The printer. ho reaps the sin dient sort of Rains, And never A\urmurn nor complains, nm> n'v* onlyiiU??etf for all his pains? The printer. " Who lives on promises and 'pi,' Ami when he comes at last to die, Kim up his'take' without a sigh V The printcr.J "And who'll walk down the golden street tfo take an amen-coruer seat, Right next to Job,at Moses's lecl? The printer." THE BOOMING OF ROME. July, Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Bovon ; and the midsummer madness of the great boom provailed in Southern California. Three men stood on tho top of a low. Hat hill and oxamlncd a map. " Natuo it?Hom...

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 April 1895

A PIONEER PRINTER. A VETKRAN ATLANTA i-IMTOK. Unole Zion Bridwell, Famous tt>r His Veracity?Hla Wife, Home und MIm Many Feta. Atlanta Kvoimiik Journal. In a quiet littlo home at tho corner of Pine and Luokle street, surrounded by all sorts of peta, iuoluding pigeons, ehiokens, birds and dogs, lives "Unelo" Zlon Bridwell, the father of tho print ers of tho South and the oldest printor in thin part of the country. " Unule" Zion, as he is known to every newspaper man in Atlanta has seen newspapers spring up with tho prospect* bright and nourishing for success only to be cut down in a short while liko a tender blade of grass. Then again he baa seon newspapers started on very small eapital and after wards prove a groat success from overy stondpoint and make largo profits for those having it in charge. He has himself started suveral papers, made plenty of money, squanderod nearly a fortune during his career and lias today nothing to show for his years of labors but his homo on Pine str...

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 April 1895

ffie (Hebert iser ?absorption Price-is Monthe, ?l.oo. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. IK. IT. BALL. EDITOB. Rate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ene inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, Liberal reduction,made Tor large Ad* rer linemen ts. w.w. hall, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. 0., April 10. 1895. The Income Tax. The decision of theSuprome Court of the United States upon the income tax is disappointing, and it is not. There Khadphilosophy in cherishing great expectations; it is sound philosophy to be prepared for the worst, and ready to accept what comes with an easy grace. It has been called the ''nil ad mirari" school and while not consoling in theory, it works out all right in practice. While an income tax has not satisfied The Advertiser, as founded on good democratic doetrino, good sound democracy has grown so much out of fashion, wo wero prepared to accept the Income Tax law, as an ef fort at equity and justice in the tooth of principle. But tho supreme court h...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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