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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 July 1895

THfc KECOUI? OF I..UKKN8 UP TO DATE, JULYi :M>. Speaking at Bdgefleld on Saturduy lust Senator Tlllman favored support of the higher Kdueatlonal Institutions by tho Stato. Mis9 Florldo Cunningham has beon invited to mako u apooch boforo tho "Woman's Congress at tho Atlanta Kx Soaltlon. Her subject will be 'Equal tights for Women.' In North Carolina a Radical Judgo has ruled an Ashovillo F.dltor forcritis ing his court. Wo aro sorry for that Judeo. Howevor, ho was made a Judgo by Butler, North Carolina Senator and faithful brother of Senator Tlllman. Williams S Wright, now of Pacolot, has had his vacation nt homo with his fathor, Mr. J. N. Wright and tho fam ily. Wo hope tho recreation has hecn as ploasant to him us to hid battallions of young friends. Tho Dhoctora of tho Young Mens Business Loaguo htld an Important mooting on yostorduv morning com plotlng their organization for pushing tho interests of tho city. Wo will glvo In our noxt Issue a full list of the va rious commlttoo...

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 July 1895

8{ic Cmucnss ^?ucrtistr, PUBLISH KU EVERY TUESDAY. ttUHCltlPTfON m.fM> FF.H YEAll .?i.i. ' ' j tue KliiK'a Xeply. IJY MAHY II. CI.AHKK. Tlu' English monarch, Georg?) the Fourth, Waa rliling out one day In Wludsor park, with prancing steeds And carriage bright and gey. Ho met ? coarse and blustering muu, Who thought it very wIbo To Haunt his scorn of royalty, liefere tho monarch'", eye?. 44 Uncover, 'tin the king we meet,'' Suid one who rode anear, " Your disrespect will be construed Ab anarchy, I foar." ..Tho.follow'Jvuswered with an oath We would not dare repeat, " I'll not take oiT my hat to him, Or any king I meet." The king who heard the rude remark, Replied, with gracious smile, And bowed with stately courtesy And lifted hat tho while; ? " I to my meanest subjoct would This much of honor give, And pray that long and happily Tho gentloman might live." The king passod on, tho subject paused, Sdrpriscd to thoughtfulncss? Was he indeed the gentlomau Who practiced gentleness? WoU...

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 August 1895

The Horse Shoe at Spottsylvania. M \<JN I1 h i ;\ r lien ri\< OK f.US. MuUOWiN'8 IS UK* I UK. Caraphlo Sim) of the Valor mid 'I, i.ii .hi Of ?.?null < .ir.-Inn.mi-, ul tlit; r. I in ul.\ Anglo -Seventeen li. Under Coiiattttit Fire. Tho followin : narrative of tie >p'< u dld ii?: iii in;; of McGowun's hrigudu tit tho "Horsi Shoo" iu the battle ol SpoMsylvnnia on the J?*11 of .May, 18H4, Is from tho pen of Col. I. K. hunt, of Greenville, and 1? copied from tho Charleston Sunday News : Gkkknvim.i:, S. C, Duo. in, I8!H. Col. J. N. Brown, Anderson, S. C ? Dour Colonel-: I hardly know how to reply to your favor of reoulit dale; thirty yearn in a lout/ While to rcmein bor occurrences accurately, Tho few army papers that I Slivrd from tbo surrender at Appomu't.>x I loaned to Lieut. ,1. R J. UauLvcll, und they wore misplaced, therefore 1 will have to rely eiuneiy on memory. HOVVOVOr, the inOot important oVcntb of the bTittte to which you aliud iu'O bo indelibly Impressed up...

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 August 1895

tinim??iiniiiw.miiiiMin jr.MfW .?.???iiiiiimw ? . ii ?-?.-?? Jfi?e: ?Wuertiser ??ibserlption Prloo-ia Month*, fl.BO. PAYABLiE IN ADVANCE* W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono inser tion, 91.00; eaobsubsoquont lnsortlon, < 50 cents. Liberal reduotion mado for lar?o Ad verllsements. W. W. HA I.I/, Proprietor. I.AURENS, S. C, Aug. 0, 1895. The abstract proposition that the majority must rulo is not a democratic doctrine; it is tho reverse of what de mocracy holds In this and all other - lands. In this country, tho rulo of the people by tho people is tho democratic doctrine The foundo ? of tho Repub lic understood this thoory und pro vided for its enforcement in practice. When tho prosont government{was es tablished, territorial divisions as exist ing in coloinal tlmos were adhered to. A Federal constitution was adopted and provisions mado for Stute constitution. As a rule thoy have worked harmonious ly and aro now, aftor a century's to...

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 August 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. * THE ItECOKD OF LAU KENS UP TO DATE, AUO. 0. On Friday night last about 11:30 o'clock, tho largo barn aud stables of Mr. A. II. Martin, about four milos from tho city, woro consumed by fire, b'even hoad of uiuIoh and horses and & cow bolonging to Mr. Martin and two horses belonging to Mr. Mnhon, a vis itor from Nowborry, also perlshod in tho names, besides a large quantity of fodder and other rough food. Tho family had rotirod, and witon aroused by the fire, it was too late to savo any thing. Mr. Martin, in attempting to rescue tho stock, was sovoroly though not dangerously burnt. There was no Insurance at all ovor tho property. Tho origin of tho flro Is supposed to be incendiary- On the samo spot, two yoat'8 ago, Mr. Martiu lost a barn by tire. It is said that tho cries of tho anim als In their agony woro piteous. Mr. Martin has tho sympathy of tho wholo community in this his second mlsfortuno of tho kind; and it isdooply regretted that Mr. Muhon's pleasant sojou...

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 August 1895

-, ?he tan veno ^?ucrltscv jM-,. , .......^?^ , ,JA 1jbc? i'ljm.islli:!) BVKltY TUESDAY. ?UBCi:u i io.v %i.au rb.il ykau Some Ow'ii kittle Daughter. When mamma scold* her little girl. Or pupa sugar plums has brought buy, Bhi- nays with saucy < iitplianic. "I in papa's little daughter. When papa chides or frown's at lu r, Kor uaugUty ways we have not taught her, * Hin- any*, with sweet, coquettish tress, "I mi mamma's little daughter." ' WIm-ii papa and when iiiuniuui too, Mu-1 seold for wrong in which they've , ? eight her, -Stfc nobs, Pi broken licurtedness, "X ain't?nobody's?daughter." But when she's sweet and kind and true, And sees tho good that love bus brought her, She says, with lovlug promptitude, "I'm bole you s little daughter,' '?Our Little One*. A Thought for Mothers. Illustrated Christian ja'cckly. % Talking tin- otker day with one of the uiobl sensible women I know, one too whose largo family is so well ordered that there never seems to be a particlo"of friction in ...

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 August 1895

Self Respect. Trent? every one with respect, my hoy, At home or upon tho street; No matter wlnu is the ago or box Of the oue you chance to meet; For, remcmher, it's not ho much what they aru, Or that they have hoarded pelf, Nor because thoy are ladies or gentle men, But becnuso you re a gentleman your self. 'Jom Lovell's Reformation. "No, lie's not wuth his salt, an' him married to eue of tho liuest wimmen in this country. You wouldn't think, to look ut him, that he Used tor bo a regierdudo, would you now i?necktie an' whito pocket, handketrehbv ever day an' Sunduy. too?" " You don't Hoseo." "Yessor ; there's no dony'u' ho 'uz a tine lookin' ohap mi' heu u mighty tukiu'wu,> with the ?v/unnen uu' ehii drou ; but tho men never did tot uiueh sto' by him, though yyu couldn't help likin him when ,\ou ktunved uim ter save yer Jlfo; bat yer see ho 'uz from Talathy "town, an' in our settlement noth'n' from Talathy town, don't go. Tho men 'uz down ou him lioiu ino fust, and when he got to...

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 August 1895

Subscription Price-12 MoatbB, tl.80. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. ED IVOR. Rate? for Adyortlslng.?Ordinary Ad vortiHomontH, per Hquaro, ono Inser tion, ll.OO; each subsoquont Inaortiou, 60 oonta. Liberal reduction made for larae Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. Cm Aug. 13, 1895. A Diagnosis. The nominees, as thoy now stand for tho Constitutional Convention, for the various counties, will, In all probabil ity, constitute tho body. It thoroforo 1b not altogether lie practicable to mak-of ?s tho intelligent body of medi cine men express it, a diagnosis of tho outlook. First, it transpires just now from Tillman's forecast, that tho Mis sissippi plan of regulating tho sutlrago has already boon udoptcd to bund, and oxcopt in matters of detail and adap tation to local coudltlons, tho ground work is laid. But let us look baek a little. The last Constitutional Conven tion 3lttlug in South Carolina, com posed of tho oducated white pooplo, sat In tho Baptist Church iu Colu...

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 August 1895

THE KECCt? OP LAURENS UP TO 1*1% AUU. l::. The first rc?lar monthly mooting of Young Mcn'lBusinoss Leaguo wus hold last Tuelay. Various matters of interest to tl> town wero discussed among them Joro' thequcstions of wa ter works, th/reduction of our present abnormal rafts of insurance and the withdrawing I our investments in for eign enterprises and concentrating thorn on homcgiterprises. It was con fidently asserW that the reduction, of our insurunctMatos by the establish ment of waterworks, would more than offset the ta-A necessary to pay tho Interest on tli Txmds. It was show moreover that Indepen dent of tho wtor works, there should bo a rcductiorin our present insurance rates which art not now fixed on any normal basis Vit arbitrarily at tho will of tho Soutwrn Tariff Association. Resolutions loolugto u remedy of this ovll wore passe?? and tho mattor re ferred to an upuUpriutc commlttoo for furtbor invustiFition und netion. It was stated tbaf'tho signatures of a majority of ...

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 August 1895

S?e Qduertiser t - ???uiJtio,": ? ? -. -- Water. BY PBOFJttSOK W. tkktsh I/Atf&EB. So many disease germa are intro duced into the system t hrough drink ing-water that nothing tan he more important than to hu\e the water supply pure. A feeling of general lassitude of any one in the house hold, suggests the likelihood fhut something may be wrong with the water-supply. The examination <>f the water is a muster of very little difficulty; hut. if it is not rightly done, the result may bo misleading. I freely examine the water oft our patrons; but I huve not time to place my services before the general pul> lic. Iti case of doubt, it is only safe to-take.it for granted that the water is bad, und use the following flniijde, but eflloient, precaution : i'owdor a piece of copper us large as your thumb, and throw it into the well. Tho next day repeat the"doae and so continue daily until coffee made from the water tastes inky. This indi cates that enough copperas has been added to...

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 August 1895

A Secret. 8 mil I bin' like grandmamma when I am old? Shall 1 wear hucIi n queer little bon net No feathers, no posies, but just a pin in fold With a little white e.l-.in- upon it? Shall I sit in an easy-chair all the day loug With a great ball of wool ami a stork ing? Shall I think it quito dreadful for folks to do wrong, And dirt and disordei quite shucking? Shall I wear a white cap full of dear lit tle bows, , And a row of white curls on my fore head? Shall I keep my face clean, and take care of my clothes, Ami never be snappish ami horrid? Shall I think that the Bible's the nicest of books, And remember the sermon on Sunday? And not think bow stupid the minister looks, And wish it would only he Monday? Jud wait till I tell y<> what grandma once said? I hope that you won t think me cin/.y. It happened one day when they sent me to bed For being ill-tempered and ltt'/.y. She came and sat by me, and patted my hand, And told inc, 'There's no tue in cry ing ; It's by stumbling, ...

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 August 1895

ie Glctuertiser Aon Prloe -12 Months, 91.00. .YAMjK IN ADVANOK. JP. BALL, EDITOB. r Adyertlnlng.?Ordinary Ad innts, per square, one inser LOO; each subsocjuent insertion, fal reduction mado for largo Ad 5 moot*. W. W. HAI.fi, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C., Aug. 20, 1895. .JWMtO Ijcsponsi1)1lif y. On all hands wo hoar tho ory of 'white supremacy, white supremacy." Of course, as George Tillman says, every respectable man is for white su n'otnaoy In Its true sense?simply bo ause tho whlto raeo Is really a supc rior race naturally and by training. But it may bo well to fcallzo ulso that whlto supremacy has a counterpart, white responsibility?one is just as roal is the other. And tho momont wo bc ?to eant so much about white su lacy and shut our eyes to white msiblllty that moment we bogiu 'otrograde as a race and in so far some loss supremo. If tho Anglo axon raeo is supreme*it has grown so iy being manly and truthful, humano, merciful and just. When wo negloet ithese and such kindred trai...

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 August 1895

K?ME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD Of LAUKENS IIP TO DATE, AUO. 20. Mr. L. F. Simpson, of Laurons coun ty, is In Easloy and vicinity this weok. ?Messenger. Groouvlllo's second nine was down three days luBt week taekllng our boys. Three oxcellont games were played. One Monday afternoon, the scoro standing 11 to 8 In Laurons' favor; one Tuosday afternoon. 13 to 0 in favor of Greenville, and the last Wednesday. 10 to G in favor of Laurons. The playing was good on both sides and was much enjoyed by tho fpubllc. DoCaraps and Rowley pitched for Grecnvillo and -Gray caught. Anderson and Rich ardson, of Gross Hill, twirled for Lau ron8; Hudgons did tho catching for her. Rlohardson's pitching was some thing lino. Sonator Irby's 'euo last Saturday 8oems to havo been quite a success, do splto tho rain that had boon falling tho day aud night before. The rain "slacked up" Saturday morning and soon squads of people began to pour in and by clovon o'clock- the grovo in front of tho Senator's houso contained ...

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 August 1895

f 9i\)t Caurcns QV&ucittecr. r*UBUSHEl/JCVERY TUESDAY. ?UBOKIPTION ?I.50 I'KK YKAR. Words. Ono day a harsh word rnsuly said, . Upou an evil Journey sped, A nd. like a sharp und cruel durt, It pierced a fund und loving heart; It turned a frieud into a foo, And everywhere brought puin and woe. A kind word followed it one duy, Flew swiftly ou its blessed way ; It healed the wound, it soothed the puin, And friends of old were friends aguin ; ?ok^LLummVcTIk; hate uud anger ceuse, And everywhere brought Joy and peace. Hut yet the hursh word left a trace The kind word could not quite effucc; And though the heart its love retuined, It bore a scar that long remained; Friends could forgive, hut not forgot, Or lose the sense of keen regret. Oh, if we could but luurn to know How swift und sure one Word can go, How would we weigh, with utmost care, Etfch thought before it sought the air, And only spenk the words thnt move Like white-winged messengers of lovo ! ?Hunday-tit'hvol Times. The Rul...

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. — 27 August 1895

\ Try, Try Again. ./ if oi-ti*g h lcsHon all should bead s Try,try,try again : 11 5t first you don't succeed, Try, try, try agrin! ''?j?voiir courage well appear; 1 ? fB>\i only persevere, Y?will cou(iuerruevor fear ; ^ Try, try, try again! Twloc or thrice though you should fail, Try again I Ifat)a8tyou would prevail, ' Try again ! Wbeq you strive there's no disgrace, Though you fall to win the race; Bravejy, then, in such a case, Try, try, try again ! Let thjj thing be e'er so hard, fry again! I one will surely bring reward, _ I'ry again 1 That wufch other folks can do, Why wjth patience may not you ? ? ?ry, try, try again ! ?Antlwr Unknown, TtlHjwKVrtlKK AN? CHOI'S. The Dr?';UK|lt Ended anil Crops im proved oy I ho Welcome Itafllft. Tho fc>iiowiug Is I ho iv port of ? \e weather bureau for lite week undi g August 21); Too principal feature of las*, week's weather Wai the exeefcalvo roluKll ovor the greater portion ??f the StifO. The drought that nail i?oi sioiml o\ or the we...

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. — 27 August 1895

llptlon Price -12 Months, tl.SO. [PAY/AIJIjK IN ADVANCE. BALL. EDITOR. Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Tenta, per squaro, one inser ")\ eacli subsequent Insertion, Jta\ reduction made Tor largo Ad fiomonts. W. W.IJALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C. Aug. 27, 1895. The Demagogue. At Columbia, which Is the county to of Rlchland county, one of tho >r counties of this Stato, is situato State* Capital. Tho population of fiho town consists mostly of poor people .working youug men, omployco3 of Inoss concerns. Largely thoy are leloos peoplo and a number of tho (ng men have clubbed togothcr and fQ rooms whoro to enjoy ihomsclvos Iclally and Innocently thoy do of ovon igs congregato and Invito a friend. Jorao of thoso homoloss, housoloss peo ilo, who aro without great plan [tatlon9, havo their little tin boxes with a do/.on cigars and a gallon of Cherry bounco in caso of sicknoss and frkmd. Theso aro thoir appliances jsenco of largo plantations, fcfjnd jorsoy cattle, (covCr ihills at Roporand Tron 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. — 27 August 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. HE RECORD OF LAUBES? UP TO DATE, AL'O. 27. \ , - J M? Belle Smith hasroturnod to,tbe City from a visit to Laurens.?Green Vlllo Nowh. i Miss Julia Irby, daughter of Senator lrby, is visiting at General Gray'? in tJofteo street.?Groonvillc News. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sullivan of Lau runs, uro visiting Mr. C. 1'. Tlnsloy ai'jd family on Magnolia street.- Spar ta iiburg Herald. An illustrated article on recent do vei opraent in tho art of app'ying olcc trlslty to railroads will appear in mi eaiMy number of Harpor's Weokly. Wo regret to announco tho death of Mr.) Henry Redden a valuable eiti/.cn rosining noar Owingsvlllo on tho Rcody rlvclr which occurred at his homo on the 25th| lust. Ho was fifty throo years old and I leaves a widow and ehlldron to mourn thoir loss In overy way ho was a model cltixon and his doath will bo severely felt by his neighbors and m'an.Y frionds. Tho song that Trilby sang at her Paris jJcbut is tho subject of a orlof pa {>or Inj Harper's Magazine...

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. — 27 August 1895

JBLISHKl/ EVERY TUESDAY. HITION ?l.ftO FKR YKAK. [Front Out Greenville. Mouittaintfr. rUBHNVILLE LEGENDS. ?V I nor. V. ML'KNCII, HII. I>. Kate Dlllard'B Ride.* Kpl*u<le oftlwHtvotuUoiutru War.) friMrtli ,-?'> swiftly through tho toin|KjRt \}<i nixlit. " tho thuudor, tho iia h. of j Throuiiii"TTT?""-TThi^P or tho storm Hint tho downpour of ruin, On a obarKor, foani-eovorod on houd und on iiiano V Tuia woman!?A woman 7 Heaven watch o'or lior dlxht i A Woman? ami out at i hi i < j 'in mi my In .' I Jut tho HoroHt tlistroBH ouu have prompted lior n? raoo ?MM peril* that none hut tlio bravest would ? facet I No, no 1 you'ro mi taken ! po motive, no uood Of ? i\ iin' in i own lifo, Ii.11 h oomitiolod her dood i o, no t to Have others f mm OaiiRcr and fall, ueh, suoh Ih lior errund ut tho risk of lior all.? At tho riHk of lior fortune, at tlio risk of lior health. At tho rink of her homestead, her snolK'r, hor wealth. Ami well in- hath reckoned tho coat of her flight, For s ...

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. — 3 September 1895

Tho Sweot Holoase. The following touching poem was written uy i in- late Oibbes Gardiner, of Augusta, ti n . wboso life was chequered with upsund downs in infinite variety: After a while a busy br?un Will rest from all its care und puin ; After awhile Pfe's rush will cense, And a wearied heart lind sweet releat-e? A f 11" awhile a vanished faco An empty chair?a vacant place? After a while a name forgot, A crumbled stone, an uiiknown 8pol. PHCEBE'S EXPLOIT. She was the daughter of John Artloy, whoee run on tho Western Division began and ended at Orlval Junction. The Junotlon consisted of a round house, tho railway station, a few shanties, a dreary board lug- hound, und a choice collection of possibilities ; but Phoebe, being' mothorlesa, spent much of her time on her fathor'B engine, or in her uncle's ofllco at tho station, and eo got a larger view of lifo than tho Junotlon itself could give. At fourteen she hud two ambitious. One was for hor father, rouohiug out, to the time when ho...

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. — 3 September 1895

^fie ?Wuertissr bsorlptton Frloe?ia Btontb*. 81.60. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. atea for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ortistunonts, per Square? one inser tion, fl.OOi eaob subsequent insertion, 50 oont?. Llboral reduotlon made for- largo Ad rtlaemonU. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. URENS, S. C, Sept. 8, 1805. 11 e wo had occasion to pon the tendency of a largo portion of tho press of this State to ring tho ohanges weekly upon their favorite text tho "aristocrat." Under this over-roourrlug dehaagogic appeal it is no wonder that tho State is largely possessed with tho tendency to social ism which in tho wealthy northern communities and in tho crowded civili zations of Europe constantly vox so ciety and disturb the soolal fabric Were it not that the llttlo proporty in this Stato is so oqually distributed and tho proporty holdors of more than ?? average intolllgonco, under tho preach ing of tho ovory-day politician, unrest, jealousies, madness, nihilism, would threaten the vory existence...

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