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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 November 1895

HOME AFFAIRS. XIIE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO DATE, NOV. 10. As we go to press we havo only time to chronicle the death of Mr. Lewis J. Du vail, a venerable citizen residing four ?alles oast of our city. lie was in the 78th yoarof his ago, had lived an honorable and useful life and loaves a large number of children and descend ants, among them his son, Dr. G. W. Duvall. _ Gold Found lu Laurens. Mr. T. W. McCaslan, of Troy, was in town yesterday. Ho exhibited some fine specimens of gold, which was tak on from his wife's lund In Laurens County, somo pieces of which was worth a dollar. Ho also oxhlbitod to the minors in this county some speci mens of gold oro. which thoy pro nounced the best that they ovor saw.? Mr. Brown will go with Mr. McCaslan to the mine to examine tho ore The gold which Mr. McCaslan had was worth about $20, and was gathered by two hands in two days from a spaco twelve foot square, and threo foot deep. Tho strata in which tho gold Is found ranges from six to oight In...

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 November 1895

imx. P?E8DAY. Kit YEAR RTUNITY. )ut a more tahl ine, before he re into tho Rubi Sil every-day life In. and see what Kubinstoin is a Take heart of rou. have a brilliant You only neod a hi i'Jn'oT?ff^By/'it deal of pluck, and all the rest isprnfu sailing." Tho speaker, Michael Ivanovitoh PotrolT, was a low-sl/.ed, stout, fair haired man of about 34, one of thoso unconscious Idealists often to be found in Russia, who are never so happy as whon they are getting a friend out of a dlffieutty or helping him to a tri umph. Ills companion, a olerk, like himself, In tho sorvice of the Ministry of tho Interior, answered to the name of Vladimir Skripkln, and although a handsome-looking man of some 30 years, or thereabouts, gave ono the Impression that ho belonged to the Sltlablo catogory of wlll-Ses indivl uals who slink 'through lb as noise lessly as they can, content li they got In nobody's way, and positively happy If they manage to koep body and soul together without sufforlng tho pangs of ...

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 December 1895

?LINA DAT IN ATLANTA. ?AL.MBTTO ARMY MAKES A PEACEFUL, CONQUEST. i ??? Carolin? Carried the 8>ay and Stormed the Exposition dates. Atlanta. Nov. 28.~-To-day was set ?rt at the Exposition ae Atlanta South Carolina Day combined, the sun had .hardly risen before prediction that it would he the ttest day in point of attendance in history of the show was a eor ty. Over one hundred thousand >rs were in the oity, more igers than were ever in Atlanta jo. The stroets were moving a of humanity throughout the I morning hours, and before 9 the oapaolty of the turnstiles ^Exposition entrances, towards the multitude flowed steadily, plug taxed, while bets were laid [.tho paid admissions to the fds would reach the hundred md mark before the gates cloned le day. lie combination of the Thanks fir holiday, the Palmetto State nation and Atlanta Day, were >csible for this enormous atten tb Carolina covered herself with j excelling all other States that | special days at the fair in the r of vi...

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 December 1895

? 1 ? "-??? $ fie (Sduertiser ? ??soarlptioa Prlc? -12 Montbt, ?1.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. R?te? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ene Inaer lton, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, 00 cents. Liberal reduotlon mads for Urse Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. ENsSp ^AURENSTje. C. Dec. 3, 1805. ^ Sbr -rij^nf the constitutional con vention is done. The body has ad journed, leaving a revising committee to liok over their progeny and smooth the whelp into shape. It is impossible yet to conclude upon the result and value of the instrument prepared as the chart ot our future libortios and civil isation. The paper in its completed form must*be before us beforo it can be ' coldly and critically judged. This is however very clear; it was dono in too much haste; and thoremust necessarily be great crudeness. The courts will le ten years in defining its limitations, and Inoonsletances and one of the trou bles lies in the fact that by Tillman's admissio...

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. — 3 December 1895

FFAltt. LAUBEN** UP TO DFX'. 8. Death lotue of her son, Mr. W. M. at Clinton, on Friday morn 3 J. McCaslan passed from I her olghty third year and af poriod of ill health. She was Clinton on Saturday. For rears Mrs. McCaslan resided , i is affectionately remembered irons friends. She leaves two ,j\ W. M. McCaslan, of Clinton ir. Montgomery McCaslan who 9 in Georgia. To thorn and her relatives much sympathy Is ox from Laurens. H)KTV DOLLARS CASH. [w to Make It and Hake It Easy, Very Easy. ?jes anybody want that ^bicjc'.e that A i> vkut i g kk otters? I, few people are competing for it. LovsRRTlsKR gels new subscribers, sople don't work for the bicycle.? >w, the boy or girl, man or woman, its most subscribers for Advkr whethei he gets two or one nun rill got the bicycle. > w that the Advbbtibeb means ass, we will buy the bicycle from inner. We don't want the bicycle price but if the winner don't want 11 take the machine oO' his or her bicycle does not cost the Advbr $100 in 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. — 3 December 1895

?V?RY TUESDAY. HUISCllllTION #t.tH> I'ER YKAK. TUB POINT OF VIEW. BY HUBAN UUKTIS KKDFIBL.U. . I. V Ttiore they are, Ephraim ! t see Matilda's purulo bonnet. How that locomotiveihres Boreoeh I I'm afraid colttL^fton't stand it. This way, igall !""Hurry in, Matilda! These colts are restless." ' Ephraim Grant's Bieters, Miss Ma tilda and Miss Abigail, wore proceed ing to oboy tho . injunotlons of their | slBter-in-law when a lad, with a groat flourish of whip, and. many urgent "get up's" drove up to the littlo rail way station. "Why, there's Jim??, exclaimed Miss Abigail. "Now Ephraim, wo'U go right on home." "You can upeak for yourself," Bald MIbs Matilda. "I'm going to stay at Ephralm's all night. I never was bo Bhakon up i.n my life ; that's a dread fully rough road wo'vb just como over." " Now 1 was glad of the shaking," laughed Miss Abigail. " I had oaten Buoh a huurty dinner, and slinking is good for the rheumatism, Matilda." " It's very easy to see the silver lining to someb...

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. — 10 December 1895

THE PBEBIDENT'8 MESSAGE FOKHIQN Ki;i,/VT<ON8 AN? F1N ANCIOH. The Dtaoumtoii I? Confined Mainly * u? iho Financial Condition of tl?o Country and our Relations V/iili ^.Foreign Powers. Z To the Congress of the United States: The present assemblage of the legis lative branch of our Government oc cur* at a time when the interests of our peoplo aud tho needs of tho coun try give especial prominence to the .condition of our foreign relations and the exigencies of our national finances. The reports of tho.heads of tho several administrative departments of the Government fully and plainly exhibit what has bcou accomplished within the score of tholr respective duties, iud present such recommendations for he oettormont of our country's condi ions as patriotic and intelligent labor and observation suggest. I, theroforo, deem my Executive duty adequately performed at this time by presenting to Congress tbe Important oases of our situation1 as related to our Intercourse with foreign nations, ...

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. — 10 December 1895

$?e (?etuertiser ? ?bsorlptton Vrloo -1J Mouth?, $1.N> PAYABLiE JN ADVANOK. W. W. BALL, EDITOB. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad V*rtl?oniflntn, per square, one Inaor Mon, fl.OO; each subsequent insertion, ftOosnls. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. L.AURENS S. C. Dec. 10, 1895. The Message* ~ "TPho ponderous paper of the day is the Messcgo of the President delivered to Congress on Tuesday last. Tho speeches of Qovornor Tlllman and Gov ernor Evans and other like light litera ture of the period, are evanescent, feathery and gossamer in comparison. These pass, as of tho day, as the ldlo wind, and are regard od not. But tho message deals with weighty matters. The foreign relations of the govern ment are complex and mixed, but are satisfactory. The President exhausts his powers of statement and argument in disoussing tho llnanoial condition of the country. As a statement, it is proba bly the clearest that has boon given, or can be, of the finan...

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. — 10 December 1895

E AFFAIRS 5okd 0e l.A r It HNS UP to date. dec. 10. A Wedding. Carrie HufT and Mr. Clarence . leton wero married this inorning lix o'clock at tho residence of the >'s father. Tho brldo and bride lorn left immediately for thoir home Laurent?. Miss Carrie is a most dablo young lady and will bo missed her many friends. Our best wishes ccempany them on their voyage o'er life's changeable sea. Mr. Ii. L. Walker, tho efficient foro man of tho spinning room of thiB place, leavos to-morrow to tako charge of the Laurens Cotton Mill.?Enoreo corres pondent Spartanburg Herald. DID HE TAKE poison.' J. M. Timmen? In a Precarious Condi lion. J. M. Timmons, a painter, was ar rosted in town yesterday morning.? Later ho was taken severely sick iu tho station bouse and Monday evening was in a critical condition, Timmons was urrested on a warrant charging him with forging a check. 'I ho warrant was sworn upon tho in formation of Simon Diamond. The ^amount of tho check was fifty-four dol fla's, and t...

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. — 10 December 1895

PiJBLIbHKD KVKUY TUESDAY. THE PIECE THAT WAS LOST. BY F.MIUY HUNTINGTON MH..I.KK. yielding, I am tt It was a midsummer morning. The grass was waiting for the scythe, but after breakfast Silas Rogers took down tlig old Dlbie that has been his mother's daily companion for eighty yearn, and they set reverently down to worship. The reading was thdt ten ddr* lesson of tho wandering sheep, anu tho lost piece of silver, and ended with the Heavenly rejoicing "over one sinner that repentf>th," and then, after -an earnestly though homely prayer, they were ready for work. Abnor, the hired man, and Reuben, the boy, as -they started out of the bouso, almost stumbled ovor a woman sitting in tho doorway, absorbed in thought. Si his looked at h or, but did not stay to question her. And wfcon they were gone, sho rose abruptly, and said, " Will you give me eorne broak fast ?" Mrs. Rogers looked at her. She was a tall and not uncomely woman of about thirty, but with something un doflnably ovll abou...

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 December 1895

THE HEW STATE CONSTITUTION A HUM MARY OF ITS PROVISIONS Some of the More Important Changes M Compared WRh the Old Con stitution. The new Constitution of South Caro lina, as adopted by the recent conven tion, is quite a lengthy document, and would occupy too much space in our columns, so that a brief synopsis with tho more important changes will prove just as acceptable to a majority of our roadurs, who would scarcely undertake to read tho entire constitution. This synopsis has been carefully prepured by tho Yorkvilie Enquirer, and gives all the oha gos and modifications in our organio Jaw : Article 1 is devoted to a declaration of rights. The provisions of this arti ole are about the saiuo as in the old constitution. Among other things, it guarantees equality before the law, uniformity of taxations tho right of trial by jury, liborty of the pross, free and open elections, the privileges of tho writ of habeas corpus, and tho pro hibition of oorporal punishment and imprisonment for do...

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 December 1895

<$?e; (?eluertiser fabsorlpttou Frlo? -13 Mouths, ?l.co PA YABliE IN ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. tute? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per. square, one inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, &0 cents. Liberal reduotion made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS 8. C. Doc. 17. 1895. ?fnfM.*r * TIWVLaurons Advertiser Is one of those papers which appears to accept the dogma, "the king can do no wrong," as applicable to the actions of Presi dent Cleveland. It says: "The Presi dent does nJt care particularly about what kinds of money we have as cur rency, but he is concerned that the people handle euch money as may bo redeemed at sight in coin equal in act - ual value to the nominal value of the currency." That sounds very flue, I ut it won't hold water worth a cent. Tho President demands tho substitution of national bank notes for greenbacks and Treasury notes. Does tho Advertiser believe for a moment that tho national bank notes will be "r...

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 December 1895

* FAIRS J,A 1'KKNS IIP TO DEC. 17. y grow In favor?wiiat tlty to * in on?. Died in tho Fallli. [proceedings of tho annual Con lat Rock Mill wo got from the fn Christian Advocate; "'J. Wal <son road the memoir of it. P. rtPottor Franks was a native hena and in him tho State had nature's noblemo", and the abio and faithful servant of Hon. N? 11. Ilia*. B. Dial, of Laurens, -has city for a fow days Mr. 2011 the Mayor of tho oity of jr sevoral terms, and is ono bht genial und progressive ?n. ? Ho says innren* is h tho times In cotton and mfaoturlos, and that his city [rapid progress. 11 inlluoncos us Mr. Dial pos it make a llvo tonimunity.? liny, active, progressive, and logular distinction .of haviug Mllco under Presidont Clove Jho President ofTorcdhlm a for jpolntment, which Mr. Dial re fhIi thanks?Columbia Evening NOTICE. Regular Annual Meeting of tho bholdors of Tho National Bank of [ens, S C, for the oloction of Dl >rs, will bo hold at their banking oh Tuosday. tho 14th day o...

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 December 1895

:|)c ?autfii9 SV?ucrtisc*. PUBLISH KD KVEHY TUESDAY. HUBOiijiirrioN *l.aa vku ykak I THE NOBLE OLD ROMAN. U-SKNATOlt AXjLKN O. THUKMAN. Jpettoeful Close of a Ijoiijt. Useful And Honorable Career. ionator Allen G. Thurman, ol bio; dieu en the 12th inat. at hie eine in Columbine Ho had been in li ly good health (or one of his age, co his recovery from injuries le Lved in falling a month age, and he Bitting in his library when he mo suddenly ill und a physician MR called. He soon became uncou IboIouu und never rallied. On his 82nd birthday, November 13, he was able to dictate a letter to the Thurman Club n reply to resolutions of sympathy on ?account of his fall, and thiswashis last! [public utterance. Allen Grauborry Thurman, for years lone of the most popular loaders of the "Demoeratio party, was born In Lynoh burg, Va.,' in November, 1813, and was tbo son of itev. Pleasant Thurman, a minister of the Methodist Churoh. His parents removed, to Cblllioothe, O., and ho made that place hi...

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. — 24 December 1895

Jamttj) ?Jorg. It of iril Down, was the day before Christmas?an rod Christmas. It hud rained tiiy at dawu; but at ten o'clock r clouds bad-parted and moved away uctautly. There was a blue and /.ling sky overhead. The rain p? still sparkled on the windows d on tbo green grasB, and tho last es end chrysanthemums hung tbeir utiful heads heavily beneath them ; thore was to bo no moro rain, egon City's mighty barometer?tho 'Is of the Willamette?was declar to her people by ber softening that the morrow was to be fair, rs. Orville Palmer was in the kitchen making preparations for Christmas dinner. She was a ro of dainty loveliness la a laven gingham dress made with a full and a shirred waist and log-o' ton sleeves. A white apron was neatly around her waist, or husband came in, and paused to t his arm around her and kiss her. e was stirring something on the tove, holding her dress aside with one and. " It's goln' to bo a fine Christmas, marine," he said, and sighod uncon sciously. Tbore was...

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. — 24 December 1895

rice?14 Kontnt, ?l.eo ,15 IN ADVANCE. I ALL, EDITOR. ?ertlslng.?Ordinary Ad per square, one Inser loh subsequent insertion, [otion made for large Ad-1 W. W. BALL, Proprietor. S. C, Deo. 24. 1895. Ie Bugle Blast, hey have a doctrino which lalajnco of Power," ac jtwoon nations, and in the undue growth of power as dangerous to iei'8. By this principle ^rhood of France, Gor and Spain the littlo iatlonallties of Switzer Im and Portugal havo for id their placos upon the President James Monroe years ugo announced in messages what is commonly the ''Monroedoctrino." That ilsition of territory or ussump jurisdiction ovor tho territorial m this continont ondangored knd safoty of our institutions Ucan power. It is not vory fdeilne preolsely what it is, hut ios about as near to it as wo can It without ( reference to tho mts of a past poriod. Great Lbyalds some sert of protectorate jn ovor British Guiana and [roat poriod, and tho dlvid Jtwoon that territory and ^aa long been in disputo.? >f a ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 December 1895

1 ?MMMMMRMMilHW HOteJK AFFAIRS BECdlllJ'OF LAUKENS ?P jl>ATE? DEC. 24. Bicycled dally grow in favor?what an opportunity to * in one. Mr. J. W. Clarke, of Jtutherfcrdton, N. C, has arrived to tako charge of the new lion Iwlla. The hotel is now re ceiving thoiinishing touchos and will be opened en tlio llrst. it I? beautifully and handsomely fitted up. S. M. & E II. Wilki;s, of l aureus, liaving had the entire contract for furnishlug it. Tho Advrtiseh hopos to soo tho hotel one of tho host In tho State, as nothing will do more for tho town thun u first-class hotel. "Gorton's Original New Orleans Min Stiels." What memories aro awakened at the mention of that well known name? The father of ujinetro!??tho original - the creator,. Fyr the past ecore of years or more nearly evory minstrel name of note has sprung from Ids company, thoy obtained their first cliiincound schooling in his enrlv companies. Every corner of Americu, big or little, has been visited ut some timo or othor duri...

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. — 24 December 1895

HBO BVKItY TUESDAY. I H> PHIl V!?;.?. It Tiio dan's HoAt. f|JY Bill l?>HKRTf- BAM.. fvory aero on the surface of our [there uro more than ton tbou jres ou the ourluoe of the great Every portion of this tllimi lesort of flame Is pouring forth its of heat. It has Indeed been Fated that if the heat which is ltly flowing through any single foot of tho sun's exterior ecu Id _>d and applied beneath the >f an Atlantic liner, it would luce steam enough to i?nuous movement those (twenty thousand horse* .enable a-superb ship to sord between Ireland and hoat is shot forth Into py direction, with a prodl '?h poems well-nigh inox No doubt the earth does fair, supply of sunbeams ?Ion to our many needs; (iiare of sun-heat that the lace of mankind is ablo to nd employ forms only an ml fraction of what tho sun [pours forth. It would scorn, Very presumptuous for Us to iat the great sun has come |tonco solely, for the benefit of lanity. Tho hoat and light dshod by that orb of incom mlendor...

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 December 1895

The Christmas Fiddle. Thoro's Bomethin' In s flddlo's sound tho Somehow shakes an* thrills My soul with Bweetor musio than tho song o wbippoorwlllB, Ortho wild no tos o' tho moi kln'blrd whet spring is in her prime, Dut best of all i love Vm when thoy'ro playln Cbrlstmus timo. When the onblu fires are blazin' an' the bolly borrles red With tomntin' sprays <>' mistlotoo are hangln overhead; When a follor'8 eyes are ohaslu' o' tho dim ples o' tho girls, An'ho's lost his way fororor In the tangloo' their ourls. Then 1II ko to hosr tho flddlo an' its every tuno U Bweot: Thoro's a twinklo In ray oyos then an' a ildgot in my f? ot; When thoy range the girls arouu' mo for tho danoiu' soon to be, Its' a a lleluia season to the vory soulo' mel When I seo tho old-time fiddler who has hoard tho fiddle sing For many a frosty wlntor? In Hummer time, in spring, Cay by his coat an' strike a note, it's " Broth ron, bar the doorl" For 1 know that trouble's comin' on that cabin's sandy floorl W...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 December 1895

|?e oieioexTisex tptloa Prlot?18 Montbfl, tl.so AYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. BALL. EDITOR. tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad simmta, per square, one insor L 91.00; each subaequont insertion, Jttlfl. Iberal reduction made for large Ad tlsemnnts. . W.W.BALL, Proprietor. jAURENS, S. C, Dec. 31. 1805. Greeting Again, havo passed another milo-stone. Id year Is gono. Lot him go. urn our facos to tho front, :'11 roBponsihlllties, ail ob lusting , in our good right "jst purpjosofl, an over-ruling rovldoncje. ''Faint heart never f'adyo," and faint heart novor prize in tho fight for the for ibis world. "Excelsior." [i better,) higher. Look back jly for tho) wisdom taught of tho successes and lesson* of expe We greet our many readers, fd, strangers many, but friends A Happy Now Year, and all ie and cheer and bright smllos |o along with tho significant ?one more mile-stono?passed. The Big Wars. Ithern men and the Southern will give themselyes little con labout the war talk. They aro a [In^raco?in faot, had...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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