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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 September 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE BEC02D OF LAURENS UP TO DATE. SEPT. 89. Job printing a specialty at this office. Old papers for sale at this oflico cheap. Look in on us and pay your subscrip tion. Snow throughout New Hampshire on the 23d notwithstanding Bryan was on hand. Mrs. Wistar Wright and children will leave this weok for ClemBon Col lege, in the Mechanical Department of which Mr. Wright ha9 hold a posi tion for some time. The friends of Mrs. Wright and her charming sons anl daughters regrot their departure exceedingly. A great deal of cotton is bolng mar keted at this place from Laurens coun ty. Bring on your cotton and we will insure you tho highest market prices. ?Honea Path Chronicle. A first rate place to sell?but not as good as Laurens, mind. Miss Emmio Brooks and Mr. Jack Spearman of Cross Hill wore married at the homo of the bride on last Thurs day evening. Tho brldo is a nieco of Mr. J. G. Brown, of this city and has numorous frionds in Laurens who wish her all happiness. Mr. Spear...

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. — 29 September 1896

iwelvo o'clock midn Crom far across the Oputry comos a dull, hollow, reverberatw boom?the signal guu of the SjUbh forces. Slowly, almost palnfulii tho Cuban patriot flung back his lilit blanke'/, y;\7.od upward for a mutant at the liuraing mass of stars in \o heavens, foil back again toWeam of bloody charges made byube gray dragoons of Spain, and of tbtr repulse i>\ toe sturdy Cuban inachSttrs. "Surely not again, Sonor Vaptain V One must indeed be cool to\bink so lightly of a task like ours." " Viva Cuba Libre 1 Yon ar\ right, odro?wo must bo up and aw This time the young Cuban/ aWang to his feet auu shook himself,ad tbuWb that was apinlshment for hV moaiw tary forgotfulness. As the t\o younjs men stand ujlie by side In the Kuft mel low light of the moon, it Is e?eyHo see, that they ar* not of the lower caato or guajlros, a pjtrty thatcomprlsos a large division of tjta patriot army, but of th* Cuban planter, a gentleman of the highest decree. ' Both are., armed with small arm* al...

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. — 13 October 1896

wavm TOJL. XII. wLAURENS, S. C TUESDAY, OQTOBER 13, 1896. NO. 16. Bryan's Campaign Speeches. AT ST. LOUIS, MO. A Htlrrlojc and Patriotic Address at the National Association of Demo cratic Cluba. A ooovontlon of the National Associ ation of Democratic Clubs was held in St. Louis last week, and Mr. Bryan was Invited to attend. He reached thcro on Saturday afternoon, and in the evening ho was greeted by an au dience of 17,000 enthusiastic admirers at tho Auditorium, whero he spoke as follows : Mr. Chairman, Ladlos and Gentle mcnt: For just a little whilo I ask your utte r tii>n. I don't require a great deal of time to say all that I havo to say to you tonight. Tho club can be of more service now that it was in pro vious campaigns because this cam paign is being run by tho people them selves. Tho club havo adopted a button which bears tho likeness of Thomas JolTorson. (Applause.) If you had searched through all history you could not havo found a man more worthy of boing taken us your...

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. — 13 October 1896

J:,ft^^ .? ?8e OWuertiser Inscription Pries?H Months, 91. FAY"ABLE IN ADVANCE. IP. IF. BALL. EDITOR. Kate* for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad* rertlsements, per square, one Inser ton, #1.00; eaob subsequent Insertion, K> cents. Liberal redaotion made for'large A4 rertlsemeutn. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S..O., Oot. 13, 1896. Arthur Sewali, Chicago nominee for the Vice Presidency with W. J. Bryan, ?rite? a lettar and publishes it, ac cepting with thanks the compliment. n it he decently anathematises the ?rats, monopolists, trusts, corn ers and tho classeB who aro opposing ho masses. But Arthur is several imes a raillionalro himself, is classed rith the classes and has nothing in the rorld to do but broatho and median i ?1 appliances can be purchased to as ist even this process. The Irish have, time immemorial, eon ready to fight, and for a long ime the Galway code was in vogue Hnry man had to go out when at the pistol's point. Ourran, a lawyer and statesman had been "tho field of ...

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. — 13 October 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. TBK RECO HD OF LAUKENS VP TO ^ ?ATE, OCT. 1?. i ? Job printing a specialty at this office. Old papers for sale at this office cheap. Governor Evans is expected to nomi nate* some one for the position on the board vacated by Mr. Allen. It ie sug gested that Col. J. D. M. Shaw, of Lau rens will receive the appointment.? Governor Evan* was not seen about the matter to-day, as he was at the meeting of the sinking fund commis sion moat of the day.?-Newa and Cou rier. Col. Shaw is a good man for the place and the interests of the State will be in safe hands should his large homo in ^torests not demand all his time. The Books of Registration olosed a week ago for this year except as to youths to come of age between this and election day. The qualified elec tors are: ' White.2,622 Colored. 350 2,972 The number of colored may not be oxact but tho above are about the figures. It is estimated that not ex ceeding fifty white voters failed to register. Karle and Evans received a fr...

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. — 13 October 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THB RECORD OF LAURENS VP TO ^ DATE, OCT. 18. Job printing a specialty at this office. Old paper* for sale at this office oheap. Governor Evans is expected to noral nate*some one for the position on the board vacated by Mr. Allen. It is sug gested that Col. J. D. M. Shaw, of Lau rons will receive the appointment.? , Governor Evan* was not seen about the matter to-day. as he was at the meeting of the sinking fund commis sion most of the day .--News and Cou rier. Col. Shaw Is a good man for the place and the Interests of the State will be in safe hands should his large homo in *fc toreste not demand all his time. The Books of Registration closed a week ago for this year except as to youths to come of age between this and eleotlon day. The qualifled elec tors are: ' White.2,622 Colored. 360 2,972 The number of colored may not be oxaot but tho above are about the figures. It is estimated that not ex ceeding fifty white voters failed to register. Earle and Evans received a f...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 October 1896

The good - forj-nothing.1 rem the shores of Lake Winnipeg r to tiiu llockv Mountain?, from thu < <:>toau of tho Missouri to the North rtukatobawan, la every oamp and cabin, the name of Louis Lachance was fraught with pleasant momorles to tho NMHy. The exceptions were thoae fejp who had not at some time danced a long winter's night away, in lively jigs or merry rools-of-four, to the inspir ing melody of hie fiddle, who had not . listened bpoll-hound as he sang, in half - reeltative, gomo old-time legend of La IJobo Franco, or laughed, till they cried, at his droll stories reeled otf over the oamp tiro, on tho maroh, or in some snug winter post. Louis was a good-for-nothing, as even those who loved him had to acknow ledge. Ho was a wanderer of wan derers : here to-day, away to-morrow, ever on thoraovo; tripping, trading, driving dogs, fishing, hunting, freight ing, trapping, a handy man in oamp, in the woods, In boat or eanoo, or on the plains, at home?everywhere A fear less ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1896

Bryan's Campalp AT IlKNJfON IIA.KBOK, MICH. 'ill,- ThroatH of Money Lenders to Foreclose Mortj-ngeB ? Cuho Free Silver Prevails. Mr. Uryan left the truin and was driven to the Hotel Beuten, whoru ho ypoke from u balcony. R. I. Jarvis, candidaU) for Congress. Introduced the nominee, whosald, in part: " In tho Banner Roglstor, published In thin city, I (lnd tho following ? 'Ycb, timcB aro hard, but we aro not iu the deepest water yot. If Kilver wins thiH fall, it will be one of the greatest disasters that evor bofell the farmer. I havo hud for ovor ton years nearly twenty tuouaund dollat'h loaned in thiH county to fanners. In many instances payment* have boon met, hut for a fow years I liave boon compelled to extonu* the tima, and 1 am willing: to do ho under oilr present financial basis ; but if Kilver wins uhls fall I will do what every other man will do who has money out?demand Immediate payment. 1 admit L may lose somo of the interest, but I have at least thrco years to save mysel...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1896

heels, and more or loss baited f Novombor and in ts of papor for Bry mllllon8 of pooplo ustling and soroug in the blggost battle of enacted upon tho faoo of earth. The squirming of Tom Wat sOn and his painful wrlthlngs over the adherenoe of his hitherto faithful fol lowers Tilluian and Altgold to the Maine banker, Kowall, gives us but lit tle pause; conferences of populists and democrats of North Carolina, and popu lists of Texas with Republicans; tho many incomprehensible unions and di visions or strange and curious bed-fel lows all around us have failed to jostlo us, and we are as steady and unexcltod in the midst of the mighty fray ?s the double wablor In Longstreot's famous shooting match. Mon and women havo stood at 2 o'clock In the morning by thousands in Ohio and Indiana to see and hear the triumphant proces sions of Bryan and McKinley. Seas of badges in white and yellow aro fac ing the champions of tho mighty causes. There are souio exceptions. We can recall that Tillman, Mc...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 27 October 1896

HOME AFFAIRS TUE RECORD OF LAURENN UP TO DATE. OCT. 27. Annual Inspection. The Qary Watte Guards, Capt. Lock wood, tho only military. organization in this county, will be inspected by Adjutant and Inspector General Watts, on Saturday afternoon next, at 3:30 o'clock, at the New Prospect School House, near Boyds Cross Roads. The public are invited to be present, espe cially the ladies. Gon. Watts and Sheriff McOravy are expected to do liver speeches on tho occasion. To The Ladles. Now is the time to look well after your strawberries. By tho 15th of No vember the plants should be in the ground. Select a loamy soil. Manure very highly and when you think you have been generous add more. Pre pare deeply and pulveriso thoroughly. Eighteen inches In rows two feet apart. Three hundred plants will supply an ordinary family. Got tho largest varieties and this will save time in gathering^ It is the surest of our fruit crops. If Bryan gotb in we will have sugar free. McKinloy also is friendly to...

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. — 27 October 1896

CHAPTER II. "Hush! Bileiioe there!1' for dimly ?eon through tho ririfts Colonel Funnr, with his llttlo party of attendants, cuxiia. riding tO til* *ront nf V?*r LiOUR, long1 afterward they remembered that oloar out, soldlorly, high bred face, with iU aqniline note, keen, kindly, deep set eyes, tho gray white mustache, mow white now, as was his close crop pod hair. "Men," said ho in tho firm tones they had known so long and well, "fully half tho hand uro nomo miles away, but Kill F.agle, with over 100 warriors, is right hero in our front; so, too, are his women and children; so, too, worse luck, uro sonio of our own unhappy captives. You all know tho first thing those Indians would do, were we to attack as usual, would bo to mur der those poor whlto women. This snow storm is in our favor. Wo can creep right in upon them before wo charge. The ponies are down in tho valley, to tho south. Lot tho first lino dash straight through the villago and stampede tho herd, then rally aud return. ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1896

rwrftKMi. ife9t>> b\* tifiNwsot? wttiy. CHAPTER VIL 'Twns tho day boforo Christmas, and | Frayno wus ancrry with tlio musio of Christmas preparation. Ever sinco ro voillo tho men had been busily at work, and whilo most of them wore ouguged in tho decoration of their barracks, mcssrooms and tho littlo chapel, Terry Rorko, with a good sized squad, was still putting tho finishing touches on tho assembly hall. An odd thing had happened that morning. No one had over knowu thnt fellow Grnico tooffor to do a strokoof work of nuy kind, espo oially Where Rorko had anything to do with tho mnttor, yet hero bo oame, right after revoillo, to tell that vory man that if it was nil tho samo to him he'd take tho place of Higgins, who had been pnt on gunrd, oud would help at tho assom bly room. 1 'Thcro's no whisky to bo had there, Grnice, if that's what you wnut, and yo look moro'n liko it. Answer mo this, now. Whoro'd yo boon whin yo enmo runnin in nt 1 o'clock this niornin?" "On a still hunt...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1896

<f>?<s detuertiser ?at>*orJptlon *rt?s-J? Months, fl.eo TT. W. ?AZ,/,, EDITOB. Beten for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad rertlseraents, per square, one Inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 00 cents. iralredsotlon made for large Ad vertisements. W.W.BAIil., Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Nov. 17, 1890. ^ - Common Sense* South Carolina during tho revolu tion aided tho patriot cause notably by the wealth of her princely sea sido merchants?more than by hor armies In tho flold. Aftor tho fall of Charles >n early in tho struggle, littlo aid be rendered tho armies of Wash in oxcept by the sporadic bands of ion and Sumter in tho swamps.? tero was no lack of will and spirit; but in physical resources and in popu lation sho was woak and fooblo com L^parcd to her olstors, Virginia and |HMa??chusott8. Mut from tho formation |j of tho Govornmonfc her statesmen took high rank in the councils of tho na tion. Pinokney was tho best debater in Congress and ono of tho ablest statesmen in...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAUBEN8 UF TO DATE, NOV. 17. Como to tho A i iv Kit Tis Kit office and havo your job work done with dispatch and woll done. At a meeting of the directors hold at Laurons last wcok.O. B. Simmons was oloctcd President ot the Bank of Lau rons to succeed Dr. Oaine, deceased. Mr. Simmons Is a safe man and will doubtless All tho position to the satis faction of tho stockholders.?Honea Path Chronicle. lliugllng Brothers' Worlds' Greatest Shows. 80 havo run the advertisements in all tho nowspapors for weeks past, so havo road with many additional facts, tho announcements on every vacant wall or fence in tho city or it-* vicinity. Tho verification of all those promlsod wonders was to bo on Friday and ac cordingly about olght thousand peo plo began to assemble on the 6quaro at an early hour of that day. They flocked to tho depot whoro tho circus was being unloaded, they filled overy win dow or piazza from which the street parade could be witnessed, thoy pushed and ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 November 1896

I KD I4VEHY TfJKSDAY. SUBCKIPTION PKIl YEA 11 BILL AKP BKFOIlB TAKING. Interruption of the Nervoufl Syst? hi Cause? Paralyel? -Money i? I ho Same as ?Nerve. The dootore tell us that paralysis is the loss of tho function of motion from an interruption of nervous inlluonce. Trade, commerce and industrial pur suits have nerves, too, but they seem to bo paralyzod. Tbe spinal marrow Is diseased and muscular power has become stagnant. What has caused this unnatural condition wo knov not with any certainty, for the political doctors disagree, but it is believed by many that it is owing to the lack of circulation of tho blood?that is, of money, and that tho demonetization of silver Is at tho bottom of it. Whatever it lu, tho patient is in a bad fix. The othor day I rodo out with a lady friend in tho suburbs of Atlanta to look at some of tho cottage homos. Sho wanted to buy a home for herself, and we spent parts of throo days in examining and pricing properties. There were hun dreds of the i...

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

YOjV xii. LAURENS. ft. c. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1806. NO. 23. OIIAPTER IX. A snow cloud was hanging over Port Frayno that lovuly Christmas ovo, und tho moou shone down through a filmy ; voil of Jace and cast black Rhndowa on tho dazzling surface. Everywhero about tho post lights wrro twinkling in tho quarters and sounds of soldier niorri ment and revelry camo from tho bar rackH. Over at tho assembly room Rorko and his party wero still busily at work hanging fostoons of green and complet ing the decorations for tho morrow, whilo in tho sovcral households among tho ofllcors dinner parties or similar en tertainments called together undor one roof or another almost all tho families as well as tho bachelors of tho garrison. Tho children were rojoloing in their great Christinas troo at tho chapel. The colonel had bidden thorn all to his big houso for a Santa Claus party after tho pnblio ocremony of tho post Sunday school, and Aunt Lucrctia, a ga-rrulous, flighty, fouthor brained fairy of 4...

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. — 1 December 1896

(Setuertiser ?abxorlption Prioe-ia Months, tl.GO PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. rT. W, BALL, EDITOR. Raton for Advertising.?Ordln-vy Ad ?srtiHsmsnts, por square, ene Inser tion, Sl.OO; each subsequent insertion, 90 einte. B'-iersl reduction made for large Ad veri'semonts. W.W.B ALL, Proprietor. hi I.. . ? . i ?? s LAURENS, S. Cm Deo. 1, 1896. ??Dead Game Sports." A newspaper fails of its mission If it Is not a chronicle and record of the times. In the early days we had the Olympic games in Greece of whloh Jove in' his nearby habitation on Olympus was the ohief patron. All Greece was in the quadrennial con test, historians, orators, dramatists, and athletes contending for the vic - tor's crown, usually a wreath of oak or 'laurel. In these civilized States the great contests are just closing with the charming Indian Summer days. The 'Kings and Queens of the turf have just had their great test of spoed upon the fashionable courses-and and are laid up cow for the winter. In North Carolina under th...

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. — 1 December 1896

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAURENS UP TO DATE* DEC. 1. The beat one horse wagon at A. H. Martins and the cheapest. Come to the Advertiser office and have your job work done with dispatch and well done. Dr. A. R. Fike, a leading physician, at Enoreo, is in the city.?Spartanburg Herald of Thursday. Mr. Dial Gray, of WofTord College, is In Laurens with his parents.?Spar tanburg Herald of Thursday. The Grand Lodge A. F. M. convenes at Masonic Temple, Charleston, at 12 M., December the 8th. Key. J. W. Shell, of Laurens is bold leg a protracted meeting at old Shi loh inXong Cane.?Coriespondence of Ab bovlllo Medium. Call at A. H. Martin's for a wagon, buggy, carrlago or handsome harness at reasonable prices to suit tbe times. The finest lot of wagons, buggies and elegant carriages ever shown in this city. Apply at A. H. Martin's. Now is tbo time to apply for low prices and uc comodatlng terms. Governor Evans has gone down to Borkoley at the invitation of tho "boys" for "a ohasing of the ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 December 1896

Che Cauieus "Mmximx. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. BUBOItlPTION Sl.no PER VI-:A It BiiT Arp Tends Flowers His Wife Watches Him Work and Praises ? Nel?blH>r?He Meets a I Friend of Oblldhood Days. Now tbat the elections are all over, let us wash our hands and turn over a new leaf. It Is a curious paradox that as a general rule a man can't be elect ed until he first falls from grace. Pol A itlcs makes a strange mixture of Cal vinism and Armlnlanism. But I reckon we will all survive our disappoint ments and, as Dr. Miller used to. say, learn to spell the word acquiesce. Ho always pronounced it with tho first o long like it was acquleeoe. This seems to be the youug men's era and I reckon they can run the machine, but I must say tbat it has been a long time since I have had my choice in any thing outside of home. I am doing reasonably well under my own vine and fig tree, where I am elected all the time. The fact Is, I never fall from grace inside of my own premises, though sometimes things ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 December 1896

CHAPTER X. Just as first call for tatlco Was sound ing (no oil'1 having thought to toll the orderly trumpeter that, both on account of tho holiday and tho unexpected duly for tho garrisou, "tho rules wero bus ponded") a long column of oavalvy wound away through tluvshimmer of tho snowy moonlight and disappeared from sight ii'ong tho flats below the post. Fen ton and Wayne, with four of tho fiix troops, had ridden down Stream for a ton mile march. His object was to bring Big Road, with his little village, warriors, women, children, ponies, dogs, dirt and all, within tho lines of tho reservation of Fort FrnyilO. Ouco there even cowboy dare not molest them and no ?elf appointed sheriff could impose his authority. With all Thorpe's blus ter Fen ton felt reasonably assured that oven in BO turbulent a corner of Wy oming tho hustli s could not must r in forco sufficient to wuriant an attack that night. Bi^ Road's braves were few in num ber, but they wero fighters to a man. Their sins, like...

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