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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 December 1895

HOM?! AFFAIRS. ! RECOlU>OF LAUKEN? UP TO DAtji l>rX*. 81. Bicycles daily grow in favor?wbot an opportunity to hi one. Election of Ofllcers. At the last meeting Laurens Lodgo K. of H. the following officers wore elected to servo for tho onsuing year: L (J. Halle. !>.: 1'. b\ Simpson, Ast. D ; B A. SullivanjF. lt.; O. W. Tuno, R.; W. L. Bovd, T>e ; J. F. Owing, O ; W. H MoDlli, Giu)rd; J. P, Simpson, Mod. Exam. A Rare Muslciil Trent At some day in jho near future tho most important uyisioal evont of this or past seasons is t > take place Mrs. \V. E Lucas, whoio musical ability is too well known for Tub Advertiser to discuss, is to givo a concert in the Opera House. She will bo assisted by home, and vory pijobably, by Spartan* burg talent. T^o numbers will be both vocal and Instrumental. Every one should soizo upon this opportunity to hear these 'accomplished musloians. Tho proceds will go to an organ fund for tho Episcopal Church. The Advertiser. Every body connected wi...

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 December 1895

YF.AH ttole Between Deacon Jones and Mr. Bnyder. A Clitlstmns WylHod?. 15V KUHN E. UKXFOKD. N. Y. hcdgvr. MrB. Perkins bad "dropped in" to find out what the Joneses were going to do on Christmas. "We've promised .to take dinner with the Williamses," said Mrs. Jones. "You know, none of tho children can qome homo thigjear, the y KT1 I ler t don't ibout; It that [aye to else irl." .use," mow i one jb, 'n' he wanted it solace bf 'em bein' so tic'rs put that if con [ieir own way tthey ojjc^^r'Vjere iTon^ffiieyihey ioighborhood by tlie < got U; consequence is we liafu'i &rs, lew meetin'-house, 'n' I (Pjiad Jwe'ro ever like to have. I'vem't ftk o' the thing, hearin' the clgot [harp on it by spells all tuea y that I've wished, more'n onese 13 could be a law made to she nee, nouth ov'ry time he thougl? up Sut, good land, that'd. kill hi,t of jhed Mrs. Jones. "I do b'l fnjoys abusin' Mr. Snyder, ^se Mr. Snyder's jest as bad, ?t I've heard. They're )hed:" It's too bad, anyway," said rki...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 January 1896

LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1896. PHATE8. Ml TUB Interrat ?las Kii istry. f 1894*. the Stutu have ipplod con huvo puaa ,)alrod their ot improved the drprus tbe clluaux. boon curr-tod urlng the past mined being il?h the State ,((&?.2pi In his ?ir-.ys: jlness 's gloomy >s havo sunk to cached, und the nt provalls both I Florida. It is Ouropo nov/ oven , unit; the prices o f)Jr ponce. At lug royally, and cable ratet? of ompanies uro un rtii $2 per ton for km nut euablo thorn oi.t. economy is bo res uro being ro es uro being udopt f m'ulng lies been alraufhi But even there is an impnovo rket, the phoyphato top. INING COMPANY. ort that this sterling .?nting a large amount itul, has suspended ?llnttely. All hands harged. Its enlciont Brother hood, (the iiul stockholder in the . resigned, und his ro tih beuu ueeepted. Tho .1 up permanently, and no ?.are-taker is at the rxten hithorto so busily employ is .no prospect of an early .1 of work by this company, bother it shall resum...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 January 1896

Troprlotor. . 8. C, Jon. 7. 1890. nnta Exposition. iroduces an articlo from : Tribune to tho effect lid not support tho At n as did tho North and ent thereon. Tho State ..o argument very adequately, view the matter misses the it. First sottlo tho facts, bo prccood to arguo. We bo Southern Statos had (Ivo to Northern Statos at tho F.x At least this is true of this particularly of Northern and South Carolina. The Ad was at the Exposition on mla day and the Quaker vis none to brag of, while the mil buildings wore packed led hats. It was "a splendid the Atlanta managers de jedlt. As sure as a gun South kdid her part, and if thore as any shortcoming or stinginess It ^^Ihe rost of the country and can ned on this State. * * iey say of us. :w of Reviews" for Jan uaw elaborately consid ..uw constitution of South Car "Theoretlcally", dopivratlon of f suffrage would reduce our repre ition in Congress, but "praoti }y," it will be difficult for tho Courts Jongross to take cognizanco of ro i-icti...

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. — 7 January 1896

- any pre v brought the uuo and uuslness prosper *t good crops and health to the ma jority, and though of course on somo thresholds there have been shadows, still from the greater number of Lau reuB people it doserves a well done. Now accordingly as the year has been prosperous this paper has prospered. Numbers of our friends have paid up largely who wore in arrears on acVmnt of the hard times, many who Were up to date are now in advauco, and thoro have > been also very many now subscribers from all seotlonsof the county. s is all in all a pleasing retrospect In entering upon Ninoty-six and placoing the obligations of Ninoty-fivo behind you will you kindly remember The Advertiber as co-operating to make a delightful future. ?Eighteen ninety five died to the clanging of the bells of the city, eight een ninety six was born while the merry din continued. Thirty Laurens youths had the old custom well In,mind and looked well aftor its being carried out. It is in fact a very boautlful ...

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. — 7 January 1896

'ho ?ill 1 a to] yen ork ; ached ?11 quite of rootion jhigland In >f tlmo aro th, and the eon two suo .? It will be icult It will bo th and the yoar tt the month has minutes aim 2,08 "tho year has 305 J minutes and 45 es us 12,300 mouths f wo take 12 months 9 too short by noarly eet of such a count "0 any date, for ex baekoy about eleven aud consequently, wo r tho lapso of a fow A January coming In jl'Iio Mohammedans have alondun. Any dato-with jugh all tho> roasons in ./o years. the time of Julius Ciojar, used substantially the as tho Mohammedans priesthood and raagls days In ,aa Irregular to keep trio months in itions. into such a hopoloss con Julius Caspar, with tho astronomer, boslgoues, e '#as no way out of the oon fa butfto form a new calendar, mat iywas useless to try to make meetly a divisor bl tho year. This ?v calendar, whiom was called the ullan, r/iado the ;|ear '365 1-4 days. Urco years wero givg?-30^,..whtUa tUe mrth was given 366 days. I This extra v/?jjfc.wuii ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 January 1896

i OOMFL'DEBATE PBESIDEHT. AliH FROM ONK OF HIS STAFF Governor Lubbook Teil? Mow e First Mot Mr. Davis?The im reasfon He Made as a United t?te? Senator stiii (Tex.) Cor. Atlanta Constitution. A small man in physique, with nowy hair and beard and twinkling ?lue eyes sat in the oapital here the 'ier day with a party of Interested tenors surrounding him. The man kuown to every Texan and he has irvod the people of this State in posl ?ns of nigh honor and trust aud his oareer, it may not bo familiar to poo resljllng outsido of the Lone Star tie, i? a remarkablo one. The per i was ex-Governor and ex-State easurer Frank 11. Lubbook. Uo " '"'.erestlng his listeners with re mces of the dead president of onfedoraoy?Jetferson Davis? whom he was intimately ac jted and assooiated during tho og and turbulent days. ? I feel a deup veneration and love r Jeff Davis," the old man began as . perceptible tear found its way down nis rugged cheek. "Tho story of his life aud death has been told in prose an...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 January 1896

rsB-.-rr-i-, .??=? I ng?Ordinary Ad uuro, one inser sequent insertion, mado for lars-o Ad W. W.BALL, Proprlolor. C. Jan. 14, 1890. ? "'"a....^ ? - ~ r~zzz of the tieutlemeu. correspondent of the ier informs its many rea ? time since resolutions certain Atlanta cxhlb '. utterances of. Gov ??ans ane} Senator Tillraaii tna day, %t Atlanta. That Evans t has Investigated these rtosolvora wore and they Wore no moro than it tho Exhibitors who sent anta and not tho big bugs and that ho Gov. Evans did nap about tho matter hlm hstanding h? was invosti was who that wero doing So it seems that the he Exhibitors at the fair X bugs after all. Let future oware and employ our Gov enators to show off tholr dors and snuff boxes, to 'hen they pass resolutions, a.for something. Give us historic or prehistoric please, to handle Gen. ft box atid exhibit to tho i. Give us by all moans of tho tan yard. +** hoy say, is proverbially you don't bellove it try the you moot for a "fiver" for a a ten months endor...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 January 1896

?-^i?MMnr- ? HOME AFFAIRS THE KECOIID OF LAUKENS UP TO ?ATE. JAN. 14. Tho concert Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Tho new firm of J. It. Miutcr Sc 8on continue to receivo fresh supplies of Goods which will bo sold at rock bot tom prices. Cull and see Ub and be convinced of tho truth of what wo say. \ runaway marriage took pla'-e at eenwood Sunday. Mr. M. B. San <?, of Hagood, s. ('., and Miss Annie tzog, of Greenwood, wero qmotly luarricd without tho knowledge of tho bride's parents.?Columbia Evening News. Wo oro glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Graham, who previously mado Cross Hill, their abody, as citizens of our town. They moved on Thursday last Into tho dwelling previously occu pied by Mr. Hodges who has moved into his new res.denco.?Greenwood Journal. Mr. Claude hhands, eldest son of Dr. W. A. Shands, while in tho upper part of tho county on Tuesday, was bitten by a mad dog, and there is a groat deal of anxiety felt for him. Ho, in com pany with Dr. Bailey, hastonod to Athens, Ga....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 January 1896

I'iON yeab >c Siox-y of an Office. fjweo-Bookor, '.but no race with ho waited, tfll tho oflleo ,lit thu man ; boil Iii? 1'rlondB, elected, had nerve.! ii add 41od, jMUco oonilng with a melancholy ilmuiwl It caught him?It brought no u,\\ n; for oamo out to greet him and tho played up and down; rod- und fooblo- mhidod thoy lod him ? ohalr, bow tho town postmaster at alxty * u year! i lack a llttlo moral to thl? story?ft* ? with tho inoiioy nlit't the ono that j _J tho man ; If you want to got thoro, und you think ou'do got. It right. got/Into tho middfo und boat ovorything t jfifcht I_' HR STATE PENITENTIARY. BXCEMiKNT SHOWING FOR THJ? l'ABT V l ;.\ ?t. lie Instltuton Begins the New Year With u tturplus and the l'rospeci? i'or tho Coming Year are Bright. report of tho operations of the Penitentiary for the past, year has boea issued, and a most excellent bowing 1? mudo. The institution ogins tho Now Year with a nioo sur >lu8 and tho linaaoial prospects are aright. Superintendent...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 January 1896

VOL. XI. LAURENS. S. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1896. NO." 25 Gentlemen of the General Assembly : The past year has been a momen tous one in the history of South Caro lina. Muoh has been done to the .. lory and renown of the State, muoh has been done that might well have been left undone. For the first time slnoe 18?8, your deliberations will be governed by an organic law framed by our own poople. Under the act passed by your houor able body calling and providing for a constitutional convention, delegates were duly eleoted by tbe peoplo and the convention assembled on tho 10th day of September and adjourned on the 4th day of December, A. D. 1895, having framed the present constitution which wont Into olfoot on January 1st. 1890. I deem it unnecessary to give you more than a cursory roviow of the ef forts made by a few whito monand the negroes to defeat the holding of this convention and but for the sake of his tory. I should not do so at all. After the primary olections for State and ...

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. — 21 January 1896

(?eJuertiser ?apsorlptlon Prloe?22 Kontbs, tl.oo IK. IT, j0.4Z,J&/ EDITOR. or Advertising.?Ordinary Ad .oinnnts, per square, one luser , Sl.OOf each subsequent Jusertlo: , cents. Mberal reduction made for large Ad rtlsements. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LATJRENS, 8. C Jan. 21, 1800. _ Got. Evaus* Message. The Governor has discharged his constitutional duty in sending a com munication to the General Assembly advising that body of tho conditions of tho Stato. Tho paper is a very long ono and discusses fully tho matters pro* per in his opinion for lcgislatlvo ac tion. Of course it is advisory only but as the Assembly is ovorwhelmlngly of the Governors political comploxlon, outside of tho morlt of his suggestions, thoy are likely to carry groat weight. As a rule It suggosts economy In deal ing with the resources of the State, except in tho matters of reducing the volume of offices, salarios, and the In oreaslng and dangerously lnoroaslng patronage of the Executive. Sooner or Later tho 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. — 21 January 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. TUE RECORD OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE* JAN. 21. Mr. Georgo Holt sold a wagon load of ?moot potatoes at 75 cents as fast as he could measure them. Field peas sold on wagons at 60 cents. A wagon load of chickens sold at 20 und 26 cents. Every thing to oat goes. Wagon loads of hulls went to the country. Cotton Growers. Gov. Evans hos appointed the follow ing delegation to represent this State at the Cotton Growers Convention which meets at Memphis to-day: W. G Hinson, A. B. Watson, J. L. Koltt, J. D. M. Shaw, J. C. Wilborn, J. D. Montgomery, A D. Bates. The Purchase Authorised. The stockholders of the Columbia, Nowberry and Laurens railroad at a meeting on the 17th lnst., authorized the purchase of tho Laurens railroad between Dover junnction and Clinton, a distance of about 12 miles, thus al lowing a connection with the Port Royal and Western Carolina for Spar tanburg and Greenville. We sell the colebratod Jefferson Hat. All warranted. A beautiful line of laundried shirts, ou...

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. — 21 January 1896

(CONTINUED FROM FIRST PACK.) the company to oxerclse its right of | election an to the mannerof delivering the Harne. To this demand no written j i reply lias been received, but the preal lias had several Interviews with he Bupoi lnl?:.:dont and myself with ,ferciioo ih . oto, with no satisfactory .?CBults. It is very desirable that the State should havo this power for the following pirpoaos : l?t. For power noedod In the poni tontlary, for running' hosiery mill and lighting purposes. .... lid. For lighting the State hospital for the insane. ; . 8d. For lighting the Stato oapitol and grounds. , ? 4th. For lighting the South Caro lina college. 6th. For lighting the oxecutive mansion. The first point to be ascertained is whether tho power at the disposal of the Stato Is sutliclent for the above purposes, and second, whether the use of such power for thoso purposes will ' pay the Stato. From information givuu mo by exports, this power would bo ample, as tho following will show . The. p...

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. — 28 January 1896

- -_ V01" XL LAURENS. S. C.( TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1896 ~^ZTZT~ mmmmmmmmm i i ' ??- - ? _ NO.1 26 ? ii Tin r Tili " ?,Tf"'"i i H I T ' ????, ? THE OOMPEDBBATE EEOOEDS. INTERESTING REPORT BY THE HISTORIA N. What Hum Boon Done Towards Fre perviag (he Hiatory of Daring Deeds ?The Work Will be or Urea? Value. The following Interesting report has been made by General Farley, the his torian of Confederate Records, for the Information of the General Assembly : Columbia, S. C, Jan., 1806. To His Excellenoy John Gary Evaos, Governor of South Carolina. Sir: I beg leave to submit to your Excellency the following report, as " Historian of the Confederate Uoc ords" for the information of yourself and the honorable members of the General Assembly. It is deemed nec essary in order to show what has been done, what is being done, and what Is necessary to be done, to put the Reo ords in proper shape for final publica tion and preservation, as is contem plated by the Acta of the General Assembly. Accom...

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. — 28 January 1896

.orlptlon Prloe-ia Months, 91.?? I PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ,_&_: W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Altern tot Advertising.?Ordinary Ad* /?rMsomflnt* per square, one Inser tion, |t.00( each subsequent insertion, - oenm. Liberal reduotlon made for large Ad rilstmsnts. W.W.B ALL, Proprietor. f-.i ??:??... ,t. ,J,.U . . I. i; , -?? . i n ? -. LAURENS, B. C, Jan. 28, 180?. OUR LEGISLATORS Very little ?Legislation has as yot been accomplished. The less, the better of course. Many bills are pending, originating in the House and Senate and much work cut out. Little disposition is shown towards gas and buncombe, but thero Is a strong leauing towards the wildest kind of legislation, calculated, to drive capital out of the 8tate, pro vided always, that any should be found in it. The character of Iho legislation Is illustrated by the able debate on the Canine Bill. It pass ed the House allowing tho owner of a gun to inillet death on a dog found depredating on anothors' premises than his own, provided the dog...

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. — 28 January 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. the BkYokD of laubens up to ?ate, jan. 28. The SattVday's crowd was not as large a* usial. \ Mr. L.H. Watts, Esq., of Abbeville, vX ted Hands in the oity dulng last weeik Superintendent A. W. Anderson of the P. K. & W. O. was in the oity on Wednosdav. Senator A. C. Fuller on account of erlous illness in his household was granted leave of absenco last week. 8heriff McCravey and Col. J. D. M. Shaw visited the State Capitol during last weok and hobnobbed with the law makers. Measles and Whooping Cough still rage, but wo are glad, to report that *ne sickness is of a mild and moderate it tractor. Hon.'Stanyarno Wilson, member of Congress from this District is at his homo, Spartanburg. Court convened for that county on yesterday. Wo aro glad to noto that Mr. Edgar H. Crews Is fast recovering from tho dangerous wound received three weeks ago. . Miss Amelia Drummond of Young's Township, has delighted her friends in the oity, visiting Miss Corrio Barks* dale and othor relat...

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. — 28 January 1896

v ^""UPTION SI -SO PER V10 A It. POSTPONED PILGRIMAGE. UY ff ..Alt A K. HAMILTON. i Dr. Rutledge bitched his horse in rent of his gute and looked out over he roofs of the village with an ex pression that no one in El Campo had ovor soon him wear before. His eyes wore bright, his figure eroct, the very brim of his soft folt hat, whioh usually drooped so despondently, had straigh tened Itself out. Be looked ten years youugor than before, and he folt like a boy. As ho walked up the gravelly path to the houso be stooped, as he would have done years ago, to plok a rosebud for bis buttonhole before he entered 'tho house where his Mary awaited him. She had been bin wife for forty years ', but sho was still his swoothoart, and this morning he thought the roso especially appro priate. " Mary I" ho said, as he thront his I head in at tho sitting room door. But Mary was in tho kitchen, mending a I much worn coat and making the most of the yellow March sunshine which, In hoi4 provident eyes, ou...

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. — 4 February 1896

VOL. XI. , LAURENS, S. C, TUESD?V, FEBRUARY 4, 1896. NO. 27 itroDolii CHARLESTON UNDER THE BAN, Govornoi Evans Has Appointed Commis sioners to Diroct the Polico Departrnonl? How Charleston Roceivod tho Nows. Charleston is under tho metropoli tan police. Governor Evans bus ap pointed a board of polico commission ers, and tho commissionors havo met and appointed J. Elmqro Martin chief of polico. No other changes bavo been made us yot. By an act of tho Legis lature passed in 1804, tho Govornor of tho State was empowered to placo any city undor metropolitan police whon over It was deomod necessary to tho onforccmont of tho dispensary law by a Stato board of commissioners, con sisting of himself, tho Secrotary of State and tho Comptroller General. Tho people of Charleston arc blttorly opposed to tho metropolitan system and thoy beliovo that Governor fcvans is prompted in his notion simply by tho determination to kcop a personal friond and follower in office. In De combor u nov municipal ...

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. — 4 February 1896

e Gduertiser ?iWrlptlon Price-13 Moat??, 91.80 I FA YABlj 10 in AI>vanob. Em W. BALL. EDITOR, n for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Tvrdsements, per square, ono Inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequont Insertion, 90 ooiite. Liberal reduction mado for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. laurens, s. C, Feb. ??. 1800.' LEGISLATIVE doinus. . This body whoso work wo are all in terested in is moving with great delib eration and making hasto slowly. Tho Old Romans had a maxim so udvlslng. It now looks Hko a protracted sitting. It is likely provisions \?Ill bo made to pay commissioners and managors of special elections last year. No pro gress has boon mado on the incomo tax bill. Tho schools aro the big bugaboo and much timo is taken up tinkering with thorn. Gentlomon of "toworlng ambition that ovorlcaps itsolf" hope to win great placo by way of tho great matter of education. Insurance Ts one of the interesting subjects of dolibora 1 ion. Salaries of Judges and high dig natarios command gr...

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