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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 February 1896

HOME AFFAIRS B B IM OK I) OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE, FEB. 4. At the Ben-Delia. One of the dainty convenlencies of the city will bo the nows stand at tho Ben-Dclla presided over by Mr. P. H. Fiko with-tho Metropolitan and State dailies, the popular magazines, and il lustrated weeklies. Mr. Fiko has a nice tasto in literature. Cigarettes and choico tobaccoes are other Attractions. Km nival Komlng. For the fir?t tlnYe in the history of Laurens we are to havo a spectacular Karnival of Kommerce (a ne w edition of the old merchants' carnival.) The en tertainment is under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Batol, of Chicago, who are the originators of the Karnival. It will be piosented at the Opera House Monday night, Fob. 10th. The performance con* siste of stage pictures and tableaux, clos ing with a grand pbantasmagorial Kalei doscopic march under calcium light.? There will h ? sixty of our most beautiful young la iies in costumes composoi of "the. merchants' choicest wares. Just think what a da...

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. — 4 February 1896

Fortune's Wheel. FROM IHR NEW YORK OBSERVER. I Nobody could say that the Daceys ' were a lazy family. Dave Dacey, a lad of only seventeen years, but strong, fair and ruddy as bis namesake of old, he of Goliath fame, was the bread winner of the family. At seven o'clock every morning, clad In a blouse and overalls, and armed with brush and paint pall, Dave trudged off to his work. Although only a house painter, he had artlstlo aspirations, and his cozy room la the little brown cottage was filled with sketches, whioh, crude though they might be, evinced a merit easily recognized by others less partial thau hie sister Dolly. ? . Dolly was Dave's twin. She had the same dear, violet eyes ; the same light complexion that a laugh flushes so rosily; the sarao brown hair with a glint of red gold in it. Dolly had her aspirations, too. She wanted to be a writer. Thus far, however, she had launched but few barks upon tbe troubled soa ef literature. Some of ^ them bad foundered, but several had c...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 February 1896

-??. > ? . ^?1-?- . 1 ?"Mrmh - _ V VOL. XI. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1896. NO. 28 ? i ??-??-'??? The General Assembly. WHAT IS GOING ON IN COLUMBIA. The Logislaturo Goto Actively to Work Aftor A Short Racess. The- General Assembly did not ac complish a great doal prior to the rt coes, as the committees wor3 cousidcr ing the various measures bofore them, but thoreal work of the session bus bo 'gun In oarnest, und an adjournment is expected in two or throo weeks. THK STATK TO LKN? MONKY. In the House, Mr. Gray's bill to au thorize the sinklug fund commission to lend the sinking fund on the security of tbo valid bonds of the State, when the bonds cannot bo purchased at par, was called up out of its order, Judge Towns*, nd saying that there was a large amount of money lying idle, which should be utilized. Mr. Gadsdon moved to strike out tho enacting words of tho bill, saying it was very dangerous for the State to go into tho banking business with tho credit of tho Stnto. ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 February 1896

??,:-C, <|?e Qdusrtiser ?SOrlption PrlOft?12 Mouta?, 91.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W, BALL, EDITOR. iafeo? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 6Q eonts. Liberal roduotion in ado for largo Ad vertisements. w. w. HAI.Ijj Proprietors LAURENS, 8. C Fob. 11. 1800. Mid SI, ATI V K OOlMiS. The General Assembly re-assemblod after their salesday holiday, and the 8olons pulled off their coats and rollod up their sleeves. 'A practical econom -1st, (polititlcal economists aro not wanted,) moved tho House that no per diem should bo allowod for tho third day of February tho day lost to tho peo ple. In the Senate tho emigration matter occupied two days of discussion when Senator Eflrd, presumably a logal gentleman, informed the Senators that what they were debating and proposed to do, had been law and on tho statuto hooka, since Deo. 1803; whereupon'tho subject was lot fall like a hot potato. The Senatfo has made a crazy quilt ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 February 1896

HOME AFFAIRS THE BECOBD OF LAUBENS DATE, FEB. 11. Complimentary Health lecture, Will be given by Mrs. Joelen Wood, ward, of Virginia, to tKffladlos of Lau* rens, at the Opera l^nTse, Thursday, the 13th Inst., at 4J*TM. Subject: Men tal, moral and rtfysical health of wo men or boa'.Vn and beauty. ^Exclu slvolv to rp. jthers and daughters. Ad mission/,' free. St. Vateutines Day. The] Ulh of this month is sacred to the saint/. He was a Bishop and in 270 was beheaded and canonised. "So famous as he for his love and charity that the turn of choosing Valentfnos upon festival took its rise from thence." The superstition is that birds select their mates on that day. An ancient custom prevailed of a number of one (ox placing an equal number of namos of the other box in a vessel and draw ing them by ehanco and he or sho as drawn was the drawers' Valentine. nee Attention, United Confederate Veterans. Hbad Quarters U. O. Veterans, ) Camp Garlinoton, [ ? February 10, 1890. ) As Cen. Tho3. L. Ros...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 11 February 1896

'9-*- rf~' e World's fVay. FROM THE WASHINGTON POST. Those who know hhn best would ytj,never have suBpooted It. A club man, f r a bon vlvant, horo of an endless array / of more or leas exciting love scrapes, ' . gentleman and all around good fellow ?ho, ?barllo Brown, actually in the meshes of love, frightfully, sentlmen tally, tlcsperatelj^in love. And with whom ? A girl he con* | teased did not earo a neap for him ? Mary Chisholm, rich, cultured, travel ed, cynical and proud. "Look here, Brown," said Van Tweet, one day in Brown's room, throwing one leg over the other and looking his friend straight in the eye, " something very serious is the mat k per. I have quietly studied you for some time and diagnosed your case V Y very carefully. You are in love. Come, now, who Is sbo ? Out with It." Brown tried to look surprised and then lllppant. "Tut tut!" Bald Van Tweet, "you can't simulate any beguiling nonchal ance beforo mo; you can't deceivo Van Tweot. If you aro in trouble over an a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 February 1896

*"t>**,,'*'*ll**">*'**'*>**<^^_ (3T?c ^"a metis ^dt'cvti'iet "' ' - ' - 11 ? i , .. .-,-.- . i ! ? ?1- ? " 1 " ... - ....... .,,, , , ..,.-, VOL. XL LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1896. No> 29, IMPORTANT CHANGES RECOMMENDED BY GOV. EVANS, He Suggests that the Board of Control be Composed of Five Members and All Pur chases be Flrat Approved by Thorn?A State Inspection of All Liquors Shipped In tho State in the Intoreat of Health. The following Is the special message of Governor Evans on the dispensary, which was read last week to tho Leg islature . Gentlemen of tho Genoral Assembly: In 1892 tho dlsponsary law was enaoted as a solution of the vexed and muoh discussed whlskoy problem. All rea sonable men acting In tbo light of the experience of other States acknowl edge that prohibition is loipructiblo so long as whiskey is regarded aef<r.:i legitimate article of commerce by the national government. It van only be ohorlshod as an idoal theory and must bo classed...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 February 1896

^fie Gicluertiser faesorlptlon Prtof? it Montne, fi.cc Jr\A TABLE IN ADVANCEi IT. W. BALL. EDITOR. ?ates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per ?quare, one ?Inser tion, fl.00; each aubsequout Insertion, (0 cents. Liberal reduction made for Urge Ad vertisements. _ ATI W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C Fob. 18. 1890. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Among other important and inter esting matters since last wo wrote was the aetlon of tho House of Representa tives in reference to tho Beats of Messrs. Duncan of Newborry, Town send of Marlboro and Gaston of Alken, all holding seats in tho body and other lucrative offices with salaries into the thousands; thus whilo luxuriating in the positions of honor and four dollars ft day and mileage, like John Gilpln's wife (of frugal memory) thoy had thrifty minds and hold to tho offices with thousands attached as well as tho dignities. Townsond, who was a Judge ,n Isroaol in tho days of good stealing -nd Franklin J. Moses held tho lucra tive office ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 February 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. HE RECORD OF IAURENS UP TO DATE. FEB. 18. A Regular Hammer. The February number of the South ern Cultivator Is a regular hummer.? It came prompt Ty to our table, and its table of conteuts breaks the record for variety and standard merit. Every thing that a farmer wants to know and should know can be found in its well filled columns. Every department is replete with interest. Its editorial pages are rudlant with thoughtful sug gestions. Specially noteworthy are the Sagos devoted lo Inquiries froin^fro eld, which cover the whole range of farm work. We commend the enter prising spirit of this splendid agricul tural Journal now in the fifty-fourth year of its usefulness and urge all in terested in agricultural development to subsoribo for it without delay. We will send The Southern Cultiva tor and Dixie Farmer and the Laurens Advertiser one year for $1.76. Send in your subscriptions. Stockholders' Meeting. At the annual meeting, on the 7th in* stant, of the Stockholders of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 February 1896

[KU KV KHV TUKSDAY. iUmjIUl'UO.S Sil.no VI AI YKAIt. The General Assembly. CUTIINQ DOWN THE MIES. Tne Proposed Reduction In the Salaries of Stato Officials. The following 1? the bill passed by the House of Hopret-eutatlves, which reduces tho pay of ofliolals In this Stato. Tho Senate may not agree with the House, and nonce the meas ure is not yot a certainty : See. 1. That tho following officers in this State shall receive the following annual salaries aud compensation, and no other compensation, to-wlt: The Governor, $3,01)0; Lieutonant Gover nor, during tho acssion of tho General Assembly, a per diem of olght dollars and mileage of a motnbor of tho Gen eral Assombly; Governor's Private Secretary, $1,000 ; Governor's Mosson gor, four hundred dollars: Secrotary of State and Keeper of Stato House and grounds, #1,000; Clork of Seoretary of Stale, *1,200 ; Comptroller General, $1,000; Chief Clork of Comptroller General, $1,200; I'onslon Clerk of Pension Hoard and Bookkeeper of Comptrol...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 February 1896

The General Assembly. THE ELECTION BILL IN THE HOUSE, The Australian Ballot Kille? by a Largo Vota? Tho Eight Box Law Passed. The l-Iouso had undo? consideration the election bills, whloh included tho Australian ballot introduced by Mr. Manning, of Suinter, /and tho olght box law propoaed by Jtidge Townsend, of Marlboro. #' Mr. Manning sai/d: It is with u.i,1..11 men difiidonuci that i bavo un dertaken tbo task of presenting this bill, realizing as I djo tho seriousness of the problem confronting u? and tho great importance off its wiao and right Solution. Nothing but tho earnest conviction that twfj must havo an im provement in our \eleetlon system and put it upon a hlgjbor plane of public morale has mad* nio undertake tho task. In introducing/thlatm I wish tostato with equal-fridfckncas that 1 boliove if it is adopted *t will greatly promote purity and fa?nct-8 in elections. I havo tried to ?mbody all that is just, fair and right, ftud I hopo that the at tention of thoVghtful men ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 February 1896

S*&?criirtlo? *ric?-lfl Montbi,' 91.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rate? for Adyert?rtng.-Ordlner.v Ad Yertlmemonts, per square, one Inser tion, ?LOO; each ?ubsoqueut insertion, 60 cents. Llborai reduotlon made for lari<e Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Feb. 25, 1890. LEGISLATIVE D?INGS. Mlzon. the great Liquor Potentato, went before the salary reducing com mittee and said, or words to that effect: "I am a reformer, and if you propose to reduce my salary, I shall bow in hum ble submission." "Bow" is good and ??humble" is very good, but the grand dispenser of tho over joyful, gave no opinion on the subject of reduction. There be, ?'Many men of many 'pinions, Some like leeks and some like inionB." Our hpro from Anderson is getting along notably with a Bill to provide public buildings for Honea Path coun ty, in the event of that "egsr hatch ing." Our hero looks ahead and is a provident "citizen." There is a pondi, ing Bill requiring Jud get* or ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 February 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO DATE, FEB. 85. At the home of tho bride's uncle Mr. J. M. Visanska at Laurens, 8. C, Mr. Isadora Blumberg and Mies Fannie Rose were united in marriage, Wed nesday at noon. After tho marraige a reception and feast were tendered tho bride and groom by Mr and Mrs. VI aanaka. Mr. and Mrs. Blumburg arriv ed in Rook Hill on the north bound vestibule Wednesday night. They are no w receiving the congratulations of a host of friends.?Kock Hill Herald Fob 22nd. ^ ^ The groom was for BoverajJH* rs res ident in our city where he made many friends, The fair bride was a popular favorite and muoh admired, by all who ere fortunate enough to know her. ho Advertiser bespeaks for thorn a ong and happy union. Married?At tho home of the bride's parents, Couloo City, Washing ton, on January 15th, 189U, Mr. Tola vor T. Ricbardson to Miss Jessie M. Pate. The Rev. Win. Wise, officiat ing. The goom is ono of our popular young businoss men and has been Iden tified wit...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 February 1896

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ; ?IJBCJIIFTIOK Stl.no l'KR YKAIt. SNIFF TREASON_IN THE AIR. Talbsrt's Speech to bo Made an Excuse for Unseating all the Tlllmanlte Mambers Whoso Seats are Contested, tipecial to the News and Courier. Washington, Fobruary 18.?There was a rumor circulated among tbo . members of the South Carolina delega tion to-day to the effect that the re cent speech of Jasper Talbert. which was denounced as "treasonable" by Representative Harrett of Massaohu sott?, would probably cost several South Carolina Congressmen to lose their seats. There are four contested election cases pending before the House and they are about to bo decided, lu fact the very day that Representative Talbert created the scone in the House, when he was accused of advocating se cession, it was understood that the committee on elections having the .South Carolina cases in hand were about to report, it was generally un derstood tbat at len t three, if not all, of the sitting members from South * Caro...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 March 1896

VOL. XI. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1896. NO. 31 The GeneraLAssembly. THE COLLEGE AND CITADEL, A Narrow Escapa from Roductlon In th? Appropriations. In the House, Mr, L. J. Williams moved to make the South Carolina College appropriation $20,000 instead of 920,000. The ayes and noes were demanded on a motion to table this amendment, which was lost by a voto of 58 to 27. Mr. Patton said it was unfortunate that these fights were renewed year after year. Ho was only prodding the gentleman from Edgefield a little with his own pitchfork when he referred to the continued fights. Mr. Patton said the only thing was that the appropriation bill was to cov er a period of 14 months. That was why $20,000 was in thore. To cut this to $20,000 was to tako the institution from the plane on whioh the Governor and other State ofifoers and all other State concerns were placed. At the South Carolina College over one-half of the students were farmers' sons. Clemson was given $100,000 to do as she pl...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 March 1896

(?efusrtiser | ?mbooriptloB Price-Ii Hont*?, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOB. . Jtatss for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, one Inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, I SO cents. Liberal reduction made for larae Ad vertisements. m _ Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C Mar. 3.1896. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Our Solons aro all well and talking rigorously at this writing and fighting 'lustily at $4.00 per day, with no fear of their landlady's bills disturbing their dreams. Tho appropriation Bills aro on and the State Fair gots $2,400, The ADVERTISER to tho contrary notwith standing. Tho Legislature having re fused to appropriate any spondulicks for the Atlanta show, Gov.Evans got up one of his own, consisting of the Dispensary mostly, in most ontlclng and luxuriously fixed up jugs and othor eooalled "pack ages," and went over to Atlanta with twently thousand mellsh, borrowing $6,000 from the banks, as it were to pay the piper. There was a hard fight over fixing th...

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

HOME AFFAIRS. TUE RECORD OF LAUKENS UP TO DATE. MAR. 8. If you want your children, boys and girls developed make home delightful by piling the tables and shelves with Xood wholesome reading matter. TH3 DVBRTiSKRand the Weekly News and Courier, give the county and the worlds news and will exolte the Interest of every member of the household. $2.00 Is the price for a year. Saturday the 22d day was commemo rated at Clinton as Arbor day and an address was delivered by Mr. 0. R. Bass, a student. Among other things he rrtid: let- us not forget our dear old South, who poured out her blood in de fense of the right, justice and equity. Young men, those woro noble boys who bado adiou to father, mother, sis ter, brothor and othor dearost friends, and wont to fight for their country ? Let us be proud of our Marions, our Suraters, Butlers, Clays, Calhouns, Wobstors and Hamptons, and numer ous others who have shared in tho lau rels of their country's glory. Her sons, are brave, patriotio, horoic....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 March 1896

?he Camino ^?ucvtiocr. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ?l'Rt Itll lION Dl.BO I'KIt VI AR J), NANSEN AHJMHE NORTH POLE. Bill Arp Think* it is Good to Discuss Son-,e thirfjj Besides Politics?He I? Much Intereet ?d in Scientific Oiecoveries. Everybody Is thinking about the ?ortti pole and Dr. Nansen now. It is f lurious to have something to distraot our attention from politics. And there ?re the cathode.- rays that hare come Just in time to help out. It is awful to have to read politics day after day and to ponder over the ways of parties and partisans. A quail a day for thirty days is nothing to be compared to it. Let us have any sort of a rcoees now. Wo wouldn't mind a big lire or a email earthquake?a quake tbat would shake the windows in tbe big house at Wash ington und upset a few desks und tables and roll tho drunken member from Alabama off the sofa. I wish some Guy Fawkoa would cooks along and scare them all so bad that they would go home and never go baok any more. Tho people are tired...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 March 1896

VOL. XI. LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1896. The General Assembly. THE METROPOLITAN POUCE LAW, Charleston Piotests Aaalnst Its Enforcement ?Governor Evans Defended In tho House by a Large Majority. Tho amendment to the metropolitan police law wir. tho special order for Wodnesday night, and a strong dubato took plaoo, in which tho course of Govornor EvanB was defended and tbe meiiBuro was sustained by a largo majority. Mr. Gad8don, of CharloBton, moved to strike out tho onaoting worda and made a speech in favor of it. Ho Bald: Mr. Spoakor' Tho amendmont which I havo just proposed to tho bill has for its purpose the repeal of tho ac passed by tho Legislature at its las. session und commonly known as tho metropolitan police act. I can not hope, Mr. Spoakor and gontlemon, to induco this IIouso to reverse its action four years ago, but I do hopo for such an expression of tho opinion of tho Houbo on this moasuro as will indicate its disapproval of tho mam it in which tho act has boon ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 10 March 1896

19 Mouth8, 91.00 AABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. HS Rates for Adyortlslng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, one inser tion, 91.00; eacheufosoquont insertion. Meente. V"'. Liberal redaction mado for largo Ad vertlsemente. ' ' ? ? W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C Mar. 10, 1890. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Last wook tho General Assembly went Industriously to work, looking to the close of the Session last Saturday. One of the important mutters watt fix ing the salaries of officers and they were generally increased in viow of tho fact that the sosslon was a little longer than usual. Tho faot of the businoss Is, the mistake lies right there?thoro Wae no necessity, or urgency to make It a long session. Thoro was the blun der. It Will bo remembered that two members wero unseated as inelligibio beeauBO they hold othor big paying offices. A great battlo was fought In an effort to secure them pay and mil eago, notwithstanding they woro un seated. Tho proposition was defoatcd, but It oo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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