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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 April 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAU KEKS UP TO DATE. APRIL 14. First olas8 job work done promptly t this office. m The Advertised and the Weekly Atlanta Journal, one year for one prico, ??one dollar and a half, cash. Heath of Miss Mary ttrcer. Miss Mary Greer, the only daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Greer died at two o'clock on last Thursday after an Illness of about two weeka. Nothing of so sad a nature has occurred here in a very long time, nothing has so aroused the nym Sathy of the entire community as tho eatn of this young lady. 6ho was just 20 years of ago, and possessed of graces of character and of mind which won for her friends wherovor sho wont and of a rare musical talent by which, through her unselfishness her friends were given a great deal of ploasure.? For the past two years sho hud 11 lied the position of organist in tho l'reBby terlan church with faithfulness and Sho was buried from that on Saturday, the funeral ser belng conducted by Rev. Mr. Adams assisted by Rev. Mr....

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. — 14 April 1896

? Che Cmtreii? ^toertiact. PUBLISHED EVEUY TUESDAY, H IHK 1UITION JtJ.OO PI?K YKAIC A UltACB OF BI'ITAPHS. (The following lines are of American origin and wore written nearly twenty year* ago, but they are started on a fresh round through their publication in the London T'oiea, In answer to a correspond cnt's query:] He-e lies a poor woman who always was tired, Bho lived in a house whore help was not hired Her last words on earth were: " Dear friends 1 am going To where there's no cooking, i\or washing, nor sewing; liut everything there is exact to my wishes. For where they don't cat there'B no wash* ing up dishes. I'll he where loud anthems will always he ringing. But having no voice, I'll get quit of the singing. Don't mourn for me novs?don't mourn for me never, I'm going to du nothing for ever and ever. The cooking, washing and sew) are obsolete now, or nearly so, but worn., are Iust as tired as ever, and the plaint will lave to be revised something like this, per haps : Here tic...

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 April 1896

VOL. XI. LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1896. NO. 38. THE "LILY WHITE" STATE CONVENTION. A lltiMAUKABLK GATHERING IN COLUMBIA. Democratic} Deserters are Specially Honored?Pope Assails the Dispen sary and Reformer?. 'The Bray ton-Melton wing of the Republicans held their convention in Columbia on tho 14th inst., and it was a remarkable gathering in some re spects. Tho nurabor of nativo whites j was larger than any similar conven tion over hold in tho State, and moro attention was given to homo affairs than to national issues. Chairman Molton in opening the con vention made a few briof remarks as to tho purposo for which tho conven tion was called, tho circumstauces un der which it was called and tho ulti mate object to be uttained. lie said in 18U4 an issue was mado which threat ened tho dlsfruuchisomont of more than one half tho Republicans and nothing wus dono to stem tho tido by tho self constituted leadoi's. Tboy were importuned to act, but did not do so. They rofused to call ...

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 April 1896

f>Be Clcluertiser isoriptton Price -12 Months, fl.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. \V. BALL, EDITOR. Hates for Adyortl.^lng.--Ordinal y Ail vertlnemeuts, per squaro, ono inser tion, SLOO; each aubscquont insertion, 60 cents. Llboral reduction raado for largo Ad VertUemontH. W.W. BALL. Proprietor. LAUBENS, S. C April 21, 1890. Joining a club spots you; marks you as a democrat or otherwise: clubs un der the constitution form the county organization; county clubs make tho State organization; Statoorganizations constitute tho National organization, as the National Domocracy. Thus you -are the National Democracy, don't you see, if you belong to a club. Tho re cent flutter among tho socullcd leaders about "bolting" in caso tho Chicago fraternity should not rcsolvo to our liking has induced us to examine into the past istory of this little frisky Stato of ours in her bearing towards the National Domocracy. More than that, the recent utterances of ono of our sooalled loaders, in which he makes ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 April 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF i A i im-xs Ul? to DATE. Al'ItIL 21. First class job work done promptly at this office. A regular communication of Palmetto Lodge, 10, A. F. M., will bo held Fridav night, the 24th of April. Wo aro head quartors for low prices lu Clothing, Shoes Hats and Staplo Dry Goods. _J. R. M inter & Bos. THE Advertiser and the Wcokly Atlanta Journal one year for ono price, ?ono dollar and a half, cash. Be careful to remembor our advice of last week and got your registration tlckot at onco. Hemembor your old tlckot don't count. If you happen In town attend to it and don't wult till salosday. Robert F. Dolanoy Prosldont of How ling Green Milling Company, Kv., has been on a visit to friends in this city. Whllo here ho saw a young lady at church, whom he was pleased to de scribe in a letter to his friend uk the handsomest young lady he had neon in South Carollua. In shipping a car-load of Hour to this city, ho included eight sacks of tho "Perfection" brand to^be tur...

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 April 1896

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ?Ul?OJtU*TION Sl.no I'KK YJOAlt An InventorWhoGotRich Yes, invention was ia the bottom of it ail, and though it took seine yearn, aud a peculiar comhiDatiou of olroum ?tunces, i owe my present condition on the sunny side of "Easy Street'' purely to invention. I emerged irom the war ? poor man; the old home whh . mortgaged, my invalid parents looked to me for support, and, suffering my self from two gun-shot wounds, one of which persistently refused to heal, made the prospects look rather gloomy for a man in his early twenties. I had dabbled some at inventing, took out several patents, which, how aver, proved only moderatoly temuu eratlvc, and 1 finally decided to take Greely'a advice, go to Kansas, avail myself of tho soldlurb' land act, acquire a farm und trust to the; development Of the country for the rest. , In purttuance of this resolve, I found myeoll a year later In Norton County, on a quarter section of what was saut to be as fine laud as tho suu eve...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1896

DIAZ, THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY, WHAT Hfc HAS ACCOMPLISHED IN ( IHA. Shot at In His Pulpit, Arrested and Jailed?Ho Has Organized Churches and Sunday SclioolA and Started Cemeteries. New York Bun. Alborto J. Diaz, the Baptist mis sionary, has been driven into the soa hy Spanish troopH, put in jail for preaching the gospel, his clothing torn from him by a mob and has beon shot at in tbo pulpit. Ho has con verted .'1,000 pcoplo in 10 yours. His history is a remarkable story of mis sionary work. lie was born near Habana 44 years ago and was one of 24 children, his mother having married at tho ago of 12. His father was a Habana apotho eury of some means, and $10,000 was spout on Alberto's education. Ho was graduated from the University of Habana in both literary and medical departments and bogan life as a physi cian. Shortly after ho was graduated tho " Ton Years' War " broko out and Diaz wont into the camp of the rebels, and was mado a captain of cavalry. Ono afternoon ho was sent ahead of...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1896

?*? 11 GWuertiser fabseriptfon Fries? It Mentbs, si.eo PA VAHIiE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rate? for Adyertlslng.-Ordlnsry Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for lartr.0 Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. O., May 6, 1896. Free Silver. A Laurons farmer during last week sold a lot of cotton for which ho re ceived $600. Examing tho monoy he found it consisting of $5.00 in green backs and $495 in silver certificates.? Thereupon he reflected that if Car lisle redeemed it in silver instead of gold and he embarked for England or other civilized country, on landing he would have only $250 in his pockets.? He believes in tho gold standard until an international agreement with re ference to the silver question. ?% The growing development of cotton manufacturing in the South and its probable extension raises the question of the labor of the futuro; whether white labor will bo equal to the de id,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO RATE. MAT 6. First class job work done promptly at this office. Evans and Irby are not the only possibilities In the Senatorial race.? Augusta Chroniole. The Press Association. At the meeting of the Press Associa tion in Charleston last week the follow ing officers were elected: President, E. H. Aull, of Newherry. First Vice President, H. G. Osteen, of Sumter. 8econd Vice President, W. P. Jacobs, of Clinton. Treasurer, F. Melchers, of Charles ton. Chaplain, Rev. Sldl Browne, of Co lumbia. Executive Committee: Messrs. W. W. Ball, of Charleston; M. B. Mc Sweeney, of Hampton, and Louis Ap pelt, of Manning. Delegates to the National Editorial Association: E. H. Aull, J. 0. Hemp hill, M. B. McSweeney, H. G. Osteon. The President was authorized to ap point alternates should any be neces sary. Tiiis Association moots In Gal veston, Texas, next fall. Cy'Ball has a very nice article about our little city in the last ad vertiser. Well, ho is right. Cl...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 May 1896

?i;c Camjens ^Vbuertiecv. l'UDLISHBD EVERY TUESDAY. ?UBCKiniOX ?I.HO PKIt YKAH THE IANK MINDER'S CONVERSION. A TKVE STOllY. BY EDMUND WELLS. A railway station in South Caro lina at a ltttlo clearing In the pine forest; a horse-power pump ; a huge tank ten feet abovo the ground; two email bouses ; a plantation road oross in;;- the track near tho tank, these were the principal features of "Station 41 " in tho year 18?. Tho place was bo insignificant that it novor had a nume. The roglon around was knowu by the number. Even the circuit rider's charge was called "Forty-ono." Noarly all tho engines took water at this place, hence tho pump was going most of tho day. While tho horse tolled on at his dull task, the driver, seated in tho centre of tho circle, pluycd a tiddlo. The grating cogwheels and the measured throb of the pump furnished an accompani ment. As ho worked and llddled on Sunday he was somotimes called "tbo wiekod tank minder." "Forty-ono" had religious privileges. Once a mont...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1896

SOUTH CAROLINA AT CHICAGO, HltlGHT PltOSPKOTS FOR A STATU FXHIBIT. A Full Attendance oft ho Commission ers In ? olumblu?The Counties As sessed According to Taxable Prop erly. Tho vurloua county commissioners for tho Southern States Exposition to bo held at Chicago, met on tho 6th inst. in tho Senate chamber, Governor Evans presiding. Tho reports of tho commissioners waB, on tho whole, very satisfactory and they all seemed on couragad and will go home to work with vim and oarnestness. The fol lowing delegates wore in attondanco : Ahbovillo, A. J. Sproloe; Alkon, II. J. Ray; Anderson, R. S. Ligon ; Barn woll, J. Fi Folk; Beaufort, W. H. Lockwood ; Berkeley, J. B. Morrison ; Charleston, Geo. U. Tuckor ; Choster, R. A. Love; Colloton, B. H. Padgett; D.irlluglon, W*. K. James; Edgefiold; Geo. B. Lako; FairQeld, J. E. Coan ; Georgetown, W. D. Morgan ; Groeu villo, A. H. Doan ; Ilorry, 13. R. King; Kcrshaw, C. J. Shannon; Lancaster, Loroy Springs ; Laurons, E. M. Cain ; Marion, E. H. Casqu...

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. — 12 May 1896

labsorlptton Prioe?12 Morrtnt, $1.bo PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ?T"jjT jj^/,/;, EDITOR. tut?? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertlHomontH, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insortlon, 60 cents. ... . . Liberal roduotlon mado for largo Ad Tenement.. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAU HENS, S. C May 12, 1800. Tho Democratic Constitution. Article VIII. ' The State executive committee shall be composed of ono member from oach county, to bo eleoted by the county conventions on the first Monday in May of each elec tion year. When eloctod said> execu tive committee shall cbooso its own omcors, not necessarily iiicmbcrs thereof, prior to said election: Pro vided, that any officer so oloctod who is not a member of tho committee shall not bo ontltlod to voto on any question, oxcopt a chairman, and then only in case of a tio voto. The Stato exeoutlvo committeo shall meet at tho oall of the ohalrman or any fivo mem bers, and at such tlmos as ho or thoy nmy appoint. There is somo doubt with us...

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. — 12 May 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE It ECO It W 0? LAUBENS UP TO DATE. MAT 12. Florence Times* Hartwell M. Aver, en accomplished journalist and finished expert with the "gray goose quill" re-assume* the editorship of the Florence Times. He Is right where he Is ncoded and will do the country notable servfco. We aro head quarters for best valuos in Clothing, shoes Hats and Staple Dry Goods. J. B. Minteh & Son. To Pensioners. Last meeting of Pension Board will be held on Friday the 15th. J. D. Mock, Chairman. May ilth, 1806. Drop in at Jamieaon'e and see his line of clothing before buying. 48 cents will buy a neat slipper at Jamieeon, 6 cents will buy a neat under vest at Jamieson's. One dollar and nineteen cents will buy a neat dress shoe for men at Jam ieson's. 60 cento will buy a neat shirt at Jam ieson's. 60 cents will buy the best corset ever nold for 50 cents at Jamieson's. The B. & G. and Feather Bone corset the best corset on the market for only 50 conts at Jamieson's. Pianos and Organs....

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 May 1896

i-;:s Expiation. .HY KATK 8. UATHH. Mr. Sherman was lu his offloe look- . ing over thu morning mall, when tho door opened, and Ashton, the bead clerk, looked in. "Stanley went home sick yester duy," be ?aid " and bin folks have just M iit woid that ho'* down with typhoid. Don't know what in tho world wearo roinjr to do without Mm. Worst time n the whole year he could have taken to be off. and not another young fellow [ Werth a picayune in this good-for in thing little town." \ "That allV" usked Mr. Sherman, with a shrug of hi* shoulders. " lSuttt rieas Is rather driving, I admit, but I hardly think tho whole establish ment will have to shut down because ?.nc of tho junior clerks la off duty. VYo shall manage somehow. Ashtou; wo always have Ah?good-morn ing I" Some one else had appcured at tho open door, a young man of perhaps twonty-two or throe, though he might easily have been taken to be ten or oven fifteen yeurs older, ho looked so utterly worn and helpless. "I just stepped in t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1896

BREATHED THE SMOKE OF BATTLE. A NOTABLE WOMAN OF THE CIVIL CONFLICT. Tho Sinter of Qen. John Morgan and the WH? of Ocn. A. P. Hill. Few American women have had thoir lives bo crowded with dramatic incidents as Mrs. Alexander Forsytho, of Chicago, sister of Cen. John Mor gan, whoso daring raid mado him con spicuous on two continents. For four years Mrs. Forsytho lived under the smoke of tho cannon, being a soldier's wife who wont through tho entire war with hor husband. Thrice wedded and thrlco widowed, twice tho mother of a posthumous child and again on the last day of tho war left desolate with a tiny babo in her arms, her experience as wife and mother, says the Chicago News, is almost un precedented. After tho doath of hor first husband, Calvin McClung, she married Con. A. P. Hill, ono of the most distinguished generals in the Confederate army, a man whoso name was on the dying lips of Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Leo. As a brido she went to the front with hor husband and was a...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1896

jggQteluertisgr ?abgertptloa Frico?ia Montbs, ti.oo PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. vF. W. BALL. EDITOR. Hut?? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduotion made for large Ad* rertUenients. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. O., May 19. 1890. On to-morrow at noon what is gen erally recognized as the Demooratic party of this State assembles in con vention. We say ^recognized" because it is the only machine by that name? eo nonine. There is no other organ ization olalming tho functions of tho Democracy. Other two or three or ganizations in tho State for the last six years, as sorts of Imperium in im perlo, havo endorsed platforms and set forth principles, and used tho ma . ohlnery of the socalled Democracy, to give them sanction and coloring. But, for tho sako of the argument, for the present, we will assume that the Demo cratic party will be called to ordor in Columbia on to-morrow. It is assum ing a monstrosit...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1896

HOME AFFAIRS TUE RECORD OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE. MAT 19. Too annual meeting of the Stockhol ders of The Laurens Cotton Mills holden on Saturday last, developed the most hopeful future for this great enterprise. Presldont Lucas submitted his report which was perfectly satisfactory. The old Board of Directors was re-eleoted: W. E. Lucas, V. N. Montgomery, D. W. Alderman, Wm. M. Bird, H. 8. Chadwick, Albett Dial, J. O. C. Flem ing, J. W. Ferguson, J. P. Simpson, J. w. Todd. Mr. Lucas was made Presi dent and Treasurer. About fifteen young ladies of the city began the study of Shakespeare a few months hack under the guidance and direction of Mrs. S. D. Garlington to whom they appealed for aid. One of the most delightful features of the course was a Shakespeare tea given the class by Mrs. Garlington on last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. G. F. Young and Miss Lyl Harris, a member of the club, assisted Mrs. Garlington in receiving. After the serving of dainty refreshments the girls drew for cards p...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1896

J ove's Greatest Sacrifice_ I. My brother Hugh and I wero twins, and loved euch oiln-r with iv fervor that giew In intensity as wo advanced in yoarr. I 'ei-nays tlio peoullar alTee tton which is said to exist between tw*ns was strong iu us. Our home, a little cottage of rough hwwn stone, ws* tltuatod in ono of the wild but l>ouutiful vales that lies north of Balu. We played together, Hugh and I; climbed the reeky hills together; Boated on the tiny lakelet together, and, when wo were old enough, tramped over the hills to sohool to gether. We were Inseparable. The dangers of one were the dangers of the other ; his sorrows were mine, and my joys were his. So our lives passed in simple, childlike happiness, until we weie 18, when a thing happened that strained tho strength even of our luve to Its very utmost tension. We would oitherof us have willingly and cheerfully died for her?tho girl we loved ; but we would also, if there had been nood, as cheerfully and will ingly died for each...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 June 1896

? ? '??? ? ? ?' ? .1 i i. ~ ? ? VOL. XI. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1896. NO. 49. SWEPT BY STORM AND FLAUE A TKHKIItl.K DIHASTfOft IN ST. LOU IB. sii ii<-h hy a Tornado of Unusual Severity?One Thousand Persons Killed and Wounded?Millions of Properly Destroyed. One of tho phenomenal disasters of tho century took placo at 8t. Louis on the 27th lnst., resulting In tho death of sevoral hundred poople and tho de struction of untold millions of proporty. Tho following Is tho first account of tho ,terrlblo storm, which was sent out from Chicago, us tho wires were down in St. Louis, and tho usual lines of communication were cut off soon after tho tornado struck tho city : -One of tho greatest disastors of re cent years overwhelmed the city of St. Louis on WodnoBday night in tho shape of a cyclone, which began shortly aftor 5 o'clock, and for thirty minutes toro its awful way through the eity, with a volocity of ovor eighty milos an hour. Although roports sent out from therowore vory...

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

jf?e Qetuerttaetr inscription Prioo-12 MoaVbt, ?J.?O PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. ^* )Vm B?LL? EDITOR* m tot Ad7erti?ing.-^0rdlnary Ad tisementn, per square, ene inser ffii$LO0; euch subsequent insertion, [cents. Liberal reduotion made for large Ad frtlsemont?. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C, Juno 2,1800. "Though we may eplit on the Fod |ral ticket and have two electoral kete In the fall thcro is no reason ay we should have a split in State iitlcs." The quoted words aro from nator Ben Tillman's speech before e recent State Convention. They ay have some meaning, and they are nocent looking words, but assuredly, rely they were not intended as said, e are not all fools; True, it is writ is, "what fools we mortals bo." But 11 are not asses?all do not wear ears hing up into tho ethereal ? al though many of us are hideous dupes d Innocents. But to our point.? ese words of the Senator wore still nglng in our oars and many nodoubt ought that poaoo reigned among bite folks In our good old State,...

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