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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 July 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAUBENS UP TO DATE. JULY 28. This is tho tlmo to get your ticket? printed oh ye candidates?all Job work is done promptly at this office. President Cralghead. This distinguished orator, President of Clomson College, has consented to deliver a leoturo in the Opera House, this olty, on the evening of the 14th of August next. The proceeds will go to the En worth Leaguo. The opportu nity ought not to be lost to hear so rare a speaker and holp so noble a cause. When you want your tickets printed don't forgot about Tin; advertiser. The Safe Side. Candidates for county offices would do well to file their pledgos at an early day. The 25th August conies apace. 8oo about it gentlemen, as The Ad vertiser wants every man of you to have a fair show, and; would like to voto for tho entire aggregation. Get right up into the band wagon. A Fisticuff. As a natural result of the billings* gate and Grubstroot oratory of the proBont campaign a fisticuff occurred/ at Florence 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. — 28 July 1896

A New, Old Story. "It in of no use!" said Mary d? Rperatoly. "1 can't think of a single thing to nay." Xlm sat and frornod gloomily, bit log the ond of bor pen-holder. Now and thon she ran hor band distractedly through hor hair. This was a trlok Of hers when thinking hard, and, as a rule, the result was more Btartllng than pleasing. M It is of no uso!' sbo said again ; but this time with a ditTeront inflection. " I mustn't sit hero and give way to laziness like this. If 1 don't writo a tale, wo oan't pay the grocor's bill ! I must and will begin, only?what on earth am I to say ?" Mary's brain was fertile enough, and her busy fancy generally delighted in spinning love stories and tho like. In tho early days of her scribbling sho had been greatly laughed at by her mother and slstors, but when welcome little checks began to come In return for bulky envelopes sent through tho post, the tone of the family altered, and Mary had for some time been re garded as a person of Importance. Porha...

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 August 1896

HUMAN AND CO?? AT ORANGEBURG, THK BOY OKATOlt OF GEORGIA. ON PHKIS SILVER. The War Horse of Carolina and the Younjt Rarer l'rom CJeorjrla Organ ize a Mutual Admiration Society. The annlvorsary of tho Tillman Vol unteers, a crack military company of Orangoburg, was the occasion last week of a seini-polltloal mooting;, at which Senator Tillmau and Mr. Thos. lt. U. Cobb, of Atlanta, (ia., were the orators of tlio day. Mr. Cobb is only 28 years old, and is a very lino speakor. Ho began by Bay log that" he felt that ho vhs no stranger to South Carolina, becaiiHo ho had learned from his text books when a boy that Georgia had beon founded as an outpost botweon tho settlements in this State and those in Florida. Tho committee had kindly allowed him to select tho subjeot on which he would speak. There was but one subject to speak on today, but be fore starting into it he had something else to say. Somo years bofore he had learned to look deeper into men than tho charactors which wore given t...

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 August 1896

$ S? (?eloertiser tuosorlptlon Price?is Mo at hu, $l?u PAYABIjK in advance. W. W. BALL, rSDITOR. Bated for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Ysrtlsemsnts, per square, one inser tion, fl.OO; each subsequent Insertion, 60oeut*. Liberal reduction mad* for large Ad vertJ seinen tu. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LA.URENS, S. C Aug. 4, 1806. Bearding the Lion. Mr. Bryan is to go all tho way from Nebraska to New York where at Madi son Square Garden on the 12th of Aug ust the committee on notification will ofllolally inform him of his nomination. This is right under the nese of Tam many and but a stone's throw from Wall Street. Bryan and the cctomlttoe aro to take the big trip that tho speeches may be caught up without delay by Hill, Whitney and tho news paper men and quickly disseminated to the four quarters of tho globe. Be sides as the West is all right, the point is to impress the East and the words spoken might lose some of thoir forco on tho hardened gold bugs by long dis tance transmission. Probably ...

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. — 4 August 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. 11! K RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO BATE. AUO. 4. Greeting. The military and other guests of oar city this week are heartily welcome within our gates. The keys are thrown away and we and all we have are yours during your stay. Take possession.? Again thrice and oftentimes a hearty greeting. Mr. A. W. Sims declines to rnn for Supervisor and hit card of thanks will appoar in our next issne. Oapt. Otts, the soldierly captain of the Pea Ridge, Guards honored our sanctum on yesterday. This is the time to get your tickets f>rlnted oh ye cahdidates?all job work s done promptly at this office. The State Fair. Got ready for the great Pair at Co lumbia this fall. We have received tho premium list which is rich and royal. Tho Falr^ embraces November 9th to 13th. Columbia, that great city which is coming to be, will make tho occasion notable. For premium list send to Col. T. W. Holloway, Fomaria, S. C. The Fruits f the Season. Some magnificent Bradford water melons havo boon,on tho m...

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 August 1896

ff^recked by a : : r~?'Foolish Marriage --BY Y. 21. "Well do 1 recollect tho time," said my grandma to me, one cold winter ! oveuing.as we were seated by the bright hickory fire whose ruddy flames leaped cheerily up tho wide-mouthed chimney, shedding a cheerful light upon the old-fashioned furniture of my grand mother's room, and casting flickering MhudowM upon tho ceiling, "when Crazy Nell was young and fair as any girl in all Westlich!. Yes, young and beauti ful- -you would hardly believe it now, would you, ohlld? But, deary me, time aud sorrow make sad changes!" I And my grandmother passed her band I slowly over her forehead, and absently let fall her knitting, and I know by tho kindling of her faded oye that her thoughts wero wandering baek to that East whon her own youth was fair and right. It was snowing fast without?a wild jf storm?and tho driving wind sifted tho white flakes against the window panes, Into ovory orovlco of tho shinged, gabled roof -and sometimes a sudden gust...

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. — 11 August 1896

Howling at Winnsboro. Rowdyism of the Worst Sort. Most Disgraceful Meeting of the Campaign. ? - Dispensary Officials Leading the Howlers. Columbia Register. The campaign meeting-at Winnsboro on the 4th in<*t. was a disgrace to tho county and tho State. There was more rowdyhm in tho crowd than at auy other mooting up to dato, a cir cumstance deplored by tho orderly, law abidlug olti/.ens of the county without rogard to political faction. Six or oight men not only mado dis gusting spectaolos of themselves by howling at speakers with whose senti ments thoy did not agree, but by their conduct brought odium upon their county and Stato. In justice, It must be said, that the assemblage as e wholo was attentivo and anxious to hear, but a little coterio of half a dozen or more mon not only would not per mit them to listen, but almost precipi tated a light. Tho most charitable thing to say of them is that they wore drunk, for it would bo hard to imagiuo how men in their right minds would c...

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. — 11 August 1896

fftg OeWiser 9Wtl?U:)U Pries -VI Months, flJ)? FAY ABLE IN ADVAMOK. is for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad visements, per squaro, one inser ln,11.00; eaohsubsequent insertion, [Cents. Liberal reduotion made for largo Ad )rtl?euiouts. W.W.B AM*, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C. Aug. 11, 1800. Jt la now apparont that thoro will bo ro Democratic tlckots In the field?a >ld Bug ticket in Opposition to the fryun and Watson?Bryan and Sowall; toKlutey and tho other half do/on tokets now on and fast coming on tho ipls. Each ticket will claim that telr's is tho only true and genuino. fom Watson was groatly potted in State some four years ago?but it >nds now entirely on whothor Till lot him drop, as a hot potato. As 'illman stood it out in Chicago and >inod In tho nomination of an East ?n Gold Bug, it Is probable that ho 111 let Watson alono and abide by tho Itlon of tho Chicago braves. It all [spends on tho Tillraan cuo. Yes tero will bo two socallod Democratic jiokota. Every man in theso times s...

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. — 11 August 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE BECOBD OF LAUBEH8 UP TO DATE* AU?. 11. Candidates will please pay their as* seesments at once as the Executive Committee need the money to discharge the expenses of the campaign. B. W. Ball, Secretary and Treasurer Democratic Executive Committee. County Campaign. Publio meetings for tho county can vass were ordered as follows: ^ Langston church, Tuesday, August ^Elardls church, Wednesday, August Workmans, Thursday, August 13. Cross Hill, Friday, August 14. Laurens O. H.. Monday, August 17. George Moore's Tuesday, August 18. Tumbling Shoals, Wodnesday, Aug ust 19. Dials church, Thursday, August 20. Wallace Lodge, Friday, August 21. Managers of tho Primary Election will nloase apply to Secretary B. W. Ball for copy of rules governing the ?election. G. P. Smith, County Chairman. Stockholders Meeting. Tho annual meeting of tho Stock holders of tho People's Loan and Ex chango Bank will be hold in tho ofllco of said Bank on August 18, 1806. W. A. WATTS, Cashier. Laurons,...

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. — 11 August 1896

NF THIEF? ra^yv ? y i Mrn. Molltursvrt complim,??!?", sir r*?i.l Would y<?u plea- <;>u?? down to nor stateroom tinitf Hi; ? I bad just abut mysoli into' nrti tittle uffloeondeck, living i-Ja through too ship's accounts '.-cforo tuning in V?at night. It is (,uito a mistake, byfthe way, to tbiuK that we pursers baVo no nioroonuroi i duties to perform when at Hea than to watch over the passen gers' comfort, read prayers on Sunday, ftrid keop a store of nu.itlcal informa tion at our finger onds for the benefit of overj curious voyager. Nowadaya tho purser of a crack American liner making perhaps a record passage of Six days or so?has his work pretty well out out for him during.' tho entire voyage. On tho present occasion I had Boarcely got tnyaci ounts fairly In baud whon I was Interrupted by a slight tap at the door. I rose at ouco aud opeuod It, and there stood Mrs. Melhurst'* Oanadlau maid,, with Hushed face and nervouu, agitated manner. " fa thtu-e anything wrong'/" I aakod...

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. — 18 August 1896

Campaign Meeting at Greenville. A Qujet Day Without Any Excitement. WHITMAN STIRS UPTHB HOYS Earjc Ansel Knd Prince Are On Friendly Terms. c; roonvlllc Tho car, is a thin Govorno Kducatioi arrived Well Received at Home. [ouutalnoor. paign mum tin,; atGrocuvillo of tliu past. Tho candidates cttino hoA from Spartanburg, whoro the meetjng was hold tho day boforo. Evans, Superintendent of Muytlold and Judge Barle Tuesday afternoon at 4.40 o'elook. i'ho othor candidates arrived on tho nl ght t 'aim Tho mi oting waa without any special fouturos. All of tho speakers wero given a nspeotful and quiet hearing except Ms Whitman, whose vehement language In denouncing Tlllman at one time brought out some howling from tho crowd. it was flftdbn minuted to eleven when Chairman lijumloHcalled tho muotiug to order, ami announced that tho oxer 0l808 would j?o openod with prayer by Kuv. S. B. 'Harper, who prayed for blessings on/iho state, and reverence lor peace ana order. Chairman liram lett asked tl...

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. — 18 August 1896

ft& (Hetuertiser 'Mortpttos JPrto?? 1* Month*, ?1.6? PA Y"ABLK IN ADV ANOK. fT. W. EDITOB. for Adyertliring.?Ordinary Ad ! euout?, per square, one lnaer m?, S1.09; oaob nubnequeut insertion, its. v?l redaction made for large Ad ?f 'aem?ntt. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C, Aug. 18, 1806. The following in the cateoblsra of questions to which the candidates for county ofiloes aud members of the ?Benoral Assembly now canvassing the county aro called upon to answor categorically; Have you voted for, or given your ?oral and actlvo support to tho regu ?r Democratic nominees at tho gen eral elootlon from 1800 to 1804, In clusive? Did you voto for Pope In Did you voto for Evans, the regular Democratic nominee? Do you indorse tho present State Re form Administration, and the logisla lon enacted since 1800? For whom will you vote for United tales Senator at the approaching pri mary election? Are you in favor of the enforcement of tho law enactod by tho Legislature creating a Bank Exam...

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. — 18 August 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAUBBNS UP TO DATE, ALU 19. Tlio Clinton Cotton Mill really be gins to assumo enormous proportions. The second story 1? now being put on. ?Clinton Gazette. Postmaster J. P. Little comes for ward with the first bale of new cotton this season. He was offered 61 cents and refused to toko it, and will hold it for free silver.? Clinton Gazette. The Washington Street Methodist church has given Its pastor, the Rev. W. W. Daniel, a two weeks' vacation. Mr. Daniel left yesterday with his family to spend it at his old home of his parents at Mt. Gallagher.?-The Stato. Mr. A. W. Moor?, well known to our citizens, (says tho Charloston Post) is making a tour to the Pacific coast and will correspond with tho Pythian Lodge Secret, tho organ of the Georgia Pythians. Mr. James T. Harris, proprietor of Harris Springs has decided to move to Spartanburg. Mr. Harris' family will occupy tho Mills house on Main street. Mr. Harris will spend most of his timo traveling in the inte...

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. — 18 August 1896

THE RICHEST MAN IN AMERICA! TH1KTV YKAKS AOO uk WAS NOT WOKTH A HOLLAH, I be tttoiy of John l>. Hoi-k* eltolh'r? l urly HtruKtflu "' Htuiulard ItiiiK?Ho Ih Now Worlll Two Hun dred Million ? Thirty years ugo John IX Rocko fellor was hardly worth a dollar, and now he Ih tho richest man in tho United HtatoH. Whon ho was a poor, plod ding bookkeeper hin best friends would not accord hhn any credit for industry ' or sugaolty. What .lohn 1). Kockc * feller does not know about biu own wealth would at present make rich men of those very friends. Ho prob . ably cannot guoss within $10,000,000 of how much money he is worth, without extonslvo figuring, says tho Now York Herald. John U. Rockefeller Is of Scotch parentage. His parents carao to this country shortly boforo the birth of the future great magnate. Tho family settled in the western part of the New York State on a small farm near Moravliu iloro tho Rockefellers rapidly iucrcusud until tho family con sisted of father, mother, two son...

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. — 22 September 1896

BRYAN'S WELCOME TO ASUEVILLE, TWENTY-FlViO THOUSAND PI0O l?IiB Git 10KT HIM. All lllli i i'm inj; Dchci tpllon of tlio Orcat Ovation til von to the Next President, Special to the Greenville Mountaineer. ASHBVILLK, N. C, Sept. 17th. It Is worth going much farther than to Ashovillo to hoar William JenningB Bryan speak, and tho dozen or more Qr/oonvllllans who hoard him horo yes terday felt tnoro t hau repaid for their trip. It was a glorious occasion. All day Tuesday, Tuesday night and Wed nesday morning people poured Into A?hcvillo from far aud noar. Wed nesday morning, a loud clatter of hoofs was heard o?ffltng up the streets. Everybody rushed out of doors to see what, It meant. It was two or thrco hundred sturdy mountninoors riding into town ou mules and horses, and they mado a grand spootaole as they galloped along Waiving their hats and shouting for Bryau as only a mountain eer can shout. They were of all hires and sisoa, but all were for llryan and free nilver. Mr. iiryan on his...

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. — 22 September 1896

ff -xcst ?abKoripito? Pric? -13 Hoatlia, fl.&O t*A VABLiK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad rerttaomonts, par square, ene inaer ilon, fl.OO; each subsequent insertion, 80 cents. , a Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. m_. _ W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. 0? Sept. 22, 1806. Our Liquor Traffic. After recent and notable revelations of crookedness in our (as a State) liquor traffic, dlsolosod after many days, the Board of Control of which Hon. Wille Jones, Banker, Is Chairman ordered an official Investigation. That inves tigation was held at Columbia, cover ing the working hours of last Wed nesday. Gov. Evans and his brother, B. B. Evans, Col. Mixon, the Commis sioner, Seoretary of State Tompkins, J. W. Mixon and W. T. Mixon, sons of the Commissioner, and Scruggs, (what a name) Secretary of the Board were called as witnesses or volunteered.? According to Soruggs, he traced re bates as having reached the pockets of the Mixon boys, $2...

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. — 22 September 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE BECOBD OF LAURENS VP TO DATE. SEPT. 28. Job printing; a specialty at this office. Old papers for sale at title office cheap. Mr. J. M. Bobo, a good and valuable citizen died at his home In Greenville eity on the 13th instant. He was formerly a resident of this city and county where he had many friends and relatives. Between eleven Saturday night and waklng-up-tlme Sunday morning the weather undorwent qulto a ehange. Fall sooms to have arrived In fact, but until rain comes, it will hardly do to regard it as a fixture. Mr. J. E. Norment, one of the accom plished attaches of the News and Cou rier staff paid a short but pleasant visit to the city during last week. Wo are glad to. know that he will re turn at an early day and in his graphic style write up for his paper the city's progress and the resources and advan tages of our splendid county. On Thursday tho 10th, inst., Miss Salllo Brooks, of Edon, and Mr. H. Z. Nabors, of Gross Hill, were unltod in marriage. Tho br...

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. — 22 September 1896

?tljc ilauwwv 2tbuerttott. t*?hnisiiKiJ :;\'Kjiy tuksday. Sl/IU>ItII?TM>\ MI.RO VKAU 4 -^\ it Is not in coaittry to joiuS^y to too Latin quarter of Huri? to liudx living romance, etorlcs of unfulfilled umbi tlons, empty cupboards, Hat purses and sometimes starvation Itsolf. Now York olty, thut Mecca for Americrn goniue, Is filled to ovorilowlng with ambitious men aud women who' Hock thore with high hopes and beatiug heart?, and who, ouco lost In the city's struggling mass of humanity drift lower and lower, and finally sock oc cupation in the moat humble and bit ter paths of life. Such creatures of misfortune wore the teuautsof a small, shaky structure iu lower New York, a building that hud so outgrown its usefulness aud decent appearance that It was known as "The Ruins," which name was most, significant when ono considers the financial condition of tho old house's occupants. "Wo lived in "Tho Ruins." Tom and I, pogging away at, our picturos air1 praying for that blissful day w...

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. — 29 September 1896

Bryan's Campaign Speeches. AT PICKDKKICKSBUItO, V,V An Eloquent Tribute to Motherhood at the Oravc of Mary Washington. On his journey to Washington, D. C, Mr. Bryan halted for a short tiuio at Froderioxsburg, Vu., and ho was tukon to the monument lately orcctcd to the memory of Mary Washington, the mother of George Washington, whore a stand had boon ereoted, and the oandidate addressed a large gathering of Virginians as follows : Ladles and Gentlemen : I am grate ful to the mayor of your city for his oloquent words of welcome ; I am glad to renew my acquaintance with my colleague In Congress who has bo kindly presentod mo, and I am pleased to greet the people who have assembl ed in largo numbers on this occasion. Frederic kebuvg is not a largo city and yet is rich In incidents of groat historic value. Here the women of America have reared a monument tu Mary, the mother of George Washington. (Groat upplauso.) 1 urn glad to stand on this spot; I am glad to feel influences which surrou...

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. — 29 September 1896

if ?g OMrrertiser Stbsorlptlon Frioe?lf Moutbs, ?l.oo V PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. RaU-h for Adyert'-dng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent Insertion, ?Ooeute. Libur?) reduction made for large Ad vertisement*. W. W.BALL, Jfronrlotor. LAURENS, 8. C, Sept. 20, 1806. What Does it all Mean. W Tbo overwhelming ovations pouring ,T Out over Bryan in Pennsylvania, New 1 Jersey, Maryland, and the East, must moan something. The Heathen, Horace, eighteen and a half centuries \ ago expressed in classic phrase, but I f reoly translated?I hate that low vice, ' curiosity. Lord Byron, a democrat of democrats, a despiser of the aristo cracy, and the best hater of the cen . tury endorsed the sentlmopt to its fullest extent. Now when Bryan struck Philadelphia a wook ago, a olty com posed to a man and a woman of dyed in tho-wool republicans, not so cultured as Boston further East, but a city whoro overy man, woman and child speakes Latin and is f...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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