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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 January 1897

8?b?3riptlou Frioe?is Months, ?l.oo PAYABLE IN ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. R*tea for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 90 cents. Liberal rectAiotion made for large Ad vertisement**. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Jan. 19, 1897. OUR SOLON'S, Tho Genoral Assembly convened one week ago ae provided by our now con stitution. Mr. F. B. Gary, of Abbevlllo was made Speaker without opposi tion; Gen. Gray, of Greenvlllo, in a sharp contest with Mr. Gantt, of Spartanburg was chosen Clerk and Mr. 8. W. Vanco, of Laurons ap pointed Assistant Clerk. Dr. Tim. merman, of Edgeflold took chargo Of tho Senato and Gen. Homphill, of Abbeville was choson Secretary, with out opposition. Senator D. K. Norrls was ehosen President Pro Tom. Sena tor Wallace, of Laurens w placed upon tho following important mmlt tees: Immigration, medical affairs, roads, bridges and forrios. Tho Gov ernor's mos-age was road to both bonses on Wednesday. W...

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 January 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ^Ilon. Hugh L. Farley, tho State his torian, is quito nick at his room in the Greenfield building hore.?Tho state Senator Tillman in an interview in a mild-mannered way answers Governor Evans' attack on tbo management of Ciemson. And that settles it. John'8berman, Senator of Ohio, will be Premier, Fecrotary of State, In Mc Klnloy'a Cabinet. This shows thero is nothing tho matter with Hnnna, that ho has Dulldcd well, and will succeed Sherman as Seuator from Ohio. The new county fovcr still bo'ds Its grip on sovoral communities in South Carolina Clinton, however, Is con tent with being tho second city in Lau rons county and is-on this ono subjoct as qulot us a mouse?Clinton Gazette. f A noble town with no small ideas.? Clinton builds factories and estab lishes rail road connections Who would think of hunting a misorablo Court llouso in Paris, Chicago, or Philadelphia. Laurens with hor llttlo Court House will bo content to emu late Clinton in groat enterprises. Honor Roll...

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. — 19 January 1897

iff*fT ..TflgfF?r-7) ? toil, IM ambush ? T( ? fudm THE BANKS ' CHAPTER XVI. Juno had como, a radiaut Juno, and ?11 at Frayue wan joyous anticipation, dospito the momentous fact tbat the Platte had overleaped its hounds and was raging liko some mad mountain torredt far as the eyo could see. Tie fluts to the west of tho post were ouo broud, muddy lake. The grassy bench beneath the bluffs to the east was par tial ly torn away. Part of Bunko Jim's frontier stronghold still oluug to the opposite bank, hut some of it was dis tributed in driftwood long leagues down stream. Across the river, at a point half a mile above the ruin of tho ferry house, a troop of cavalry, caught on re turn from scout, had pitohed its tents and picketed its horses and was waiting for tho falling of tbo waters to enable it to return to its station, and with that troop, tho maddest man in all Wyo ming, was Lieutenant Will Farrar. Six or scveu weeks previously an or der had come to Fentou to send two troops to scou...

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. — 26 January 1897

Inaugural Address. Governor Ellerbe Not Bound by Factional Lines.' The Constitution and Laws Will Be His Guide in All Things.1 An Independent, Manly As sertion of His Purposes. Tho following ia tho inaugural ad drets of Win. H. Ellorbo as Governor Of South Carolina, which was delivered on Mot.day at. noon : Fellow Citlss ns : Vou have called mo to tho highest oiiice within your gift. In assuming tho duties ol this most important trust, 1 cannot express in lilting words n.y high appreciation of tho confidence placed in me. This groat honor, 1 ulruod . realize, carries with it great responsibilities. With out your warm support, upon which f confidently rely, I shall be unable to meet and overcome the many difficul ties already apparent. It has long been the custom of the in coming Governor to outline, in bis in augural address, tho policy of Iiis ad ministration, in obedience to this time-' honored custom, I shall attempt briefly to set before you the course which I shuil endeavor to ...

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. — 26 January 1897

^t?e GMuertteer ??buorlptlon Prlos?ia Months, 91M PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL? EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ver tlHomnntH, per square, one inser ttou,?1.00; eaob subsequent insertion, 50 seats. . . . Liberal reduction made for larsce Ad tertlsoment.. w.w.BALIi, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Jan. 20, 1897. OUR SOLONS. The General Assembly Is just now getting its harnobs on and beginning to move In the matter of legislation. Installations, holidays, olectlons and Saturday half holidays very much Im pede Statesmen in their Important funotlons. The following ore pending subjects before tho legislative body: concealod weapons; tho sinking fund; new counties; terrapins and fish; phos phates; the State colleges; "Cubu libre"; insurance; telegraphs and ex press; roads, common highways. In this connection, the boys in several counties, under an apprehension that at sixteen they were roquirod to work the highways, wont forward and did tho work or paid tho commutation.? They now ...

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. — 26 January 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. An effort la being made to organize a -string band at Broadmouth and from what we aro able to learn it will be a BucccHs, aa there le much musical talent thero.?Honea Path Chronlclo. Better try a brass band for Broad mouth, my brother. Gentlemen of Jury. The following Grand and Petit Ju rors have been drawn to servo at tho February Term of Court for Laurons County, boginning tho second Monday, 8th proximo. Ills Ilonor Judge R. 0. Watts will preside: Granu Juiioks. W B Garrctt, A W Hirn?, Wm Hunter, H Terry, W P Thomason, 8 W Dean, J C Cox, J 8 B'alock, J D Woods, M R Mooro, Martin Woods, Jon C Wasson, J It Benjamin, Allen D Barksdalo, W W Yeargin, B A Anderson, J L Simpson, W B Owons. Petit Jurors: J W Washington, S D Jonos, T D Lako, Goo C Albright, A J Martin, Jas Martin, J Aug. Barksdalo, W W Stone, J P May, D F Copoland, J II Pitts, II AColoman, Jas 0 Miller, Jno T L?ngsten, Jr. J NO'Dell, JasPDlllard, J J Roland, J C Jacks. Sr. A C Workman, M C L?ngsten, Ii Y J El...

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. — 26 January 1897

FORT FRAYNE By CM. 0HAEI KING, U. ?. A. boat gavo tho liu to friendship. 1 loved you, I love yon, und so havo c?me to say a long goodby. I've made my light to he your fiicnd and failed. At least I havo been a soldier. I will not bo a coward." SJ>o could control herself no longer. Though she had freed her bauds, flu: seemed involuntarily Btrotehlng them forth. Then, leaning upon the table for Rapport, one baud found the glove that ho had removed and laid there. Ho had withdrawn a pace and lifted Iiis bead as though tho blighted eyes were striv ing to peer from under their shade for one look at the faco they had gazed up on in Hueh pas-donate farewell so many months before. Tho strains of tho "Tr?umerei" wore still thrilling soft ly through the open casements, and, overcome With emotion, tenderness and passion, Helen bent and laid her soft lips in fervent pressure on tho senseless glovo. Then the room rang with a sudden, startling, joyous cry. Tho shade went Whizzing into space, an...

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 February 1897

VOL. XII LAURENS, ?. C,, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1897. NO. 32. The General Assembly. FROM THE STATE CAPITAL. The Measures of Importance Under Consideration by the Legislature? Business that Will Occupy Time for its Disposal. Correspondence of The Oreenville Moun taineer. Columbia, January 27.?(Special). The purpose of Mr. Patten, of Rich land, to offer a new arrangement of Congressional districts has been car ried out by tho introduction of a bill wbloh makes tho following division : Peo Dee Dlst.-lct.?Chester field, Marlboro, Darlington, Florence, Ma rion and Horry. Santeo District?Georgetown, Wil liamsburg, Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester. Edisto District?Orangeburg, Barn well, Colloton, Hampton and Beaufort. Wateroo District?Fairfleld, Ker shaw, Itlchlaad, Sumtor and Claren don. Saluda District- -Laurens. Green wood, Newborry, Saluda, Lexington aod A i ken. Northern Distriot?Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union, York, Chester and Lancaster. Piedmont District?Greenville, Pick ens, Oconee...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 February 1897

ft?e (?etuartisex t** ? .? ??,= ?absorlptlon Prio*?It Mouttio, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, fl.OO; each subsequent insertion, SO cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. Cm Feb. 2, 1897. OUR SOLON'S. We noglected to mention in its pro per place last wook tbat Col. Neal had been re-elected Superintendent of tho Penetentiary. No matter what tho vacancy bo, there is usually a man for ^he/-placg. Col. Noal had no opposi tion. A Mr. Robinson wants to repeal the Act, (and has introduced a Bill to that effect) preventing United Slates Senators, members of Congress and members of tho Qonoral Assembly, from using freo passes, express and telegraph franks. We are fortunate In never having heard or read of this Mr. Rob?inson before or since, and we do hope that the Legislature will mako an excoption as to tho gentle man, tbat ho may oxcurt freoly as f...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 February 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Judge Ernest Gary who was re elected to the circuit bench has given general satisfaction to the bar of the t?te and his re-election will meet with cordial approval of all political parties. ?Charleston PoBt. Wofford College Journal. This admirable monthly for January is fully up to its standard in its literary merit. Male Day. It boing one of tho roughest days of the season, rain and sleet, the attend ance was small. Three shares of tho stock of tho Peoples Loan and Ex change Hank, sold by an Executor, brought 132 per share of $100. Pivo shares in tho Bank of Laurens sold at OOf por sharo of $100. The Sheriff sold a small tract of bind of 20 acres at a gOOd price. Court. Tho Court of Conoral Sessions and Common Pleas convenes on Monday noxt, Judge U. C. Watts to prcsido and hold tho scales of Justice The jail is now pretty full and needs'a clearance, seventeen colored and ono white man. The white man Is charged with larceny of an ovorcoat. Pour or five aro homicldo cas...

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. — 2 February 1897

By'OPIE BEAD. (Copyright, 18M, by tho Author.3 OHA PTE it I. The pooplo of tbo Bald Kuob neigh borhood, on tho Missouri Pacific rail way, oonldn't understand why Gh<m Holder should go wrong. His peoplo were sorely honest, und certainly did everything that lay within tho rnngo of their ability to givo the boy a start in Jiff, but ho went wrong. But not in tho tiresome, overyday manner, mind you. He didu't steal a horse, and thnroby in vito tho contempt of tho in;ighborhood. Ho did not commit an offense so com nionplnco and so freo from exposure that o man of ordinary nervo would have oontemploted it without alarm. No; ho jumped on a pay oar, robbed tho pay master and killed a meddlesome fellow who vonturod to protest or offor udvieo or something of tho sort. What u handsome fellow Clem wnsl Ho was strong and of rather good size, but Iiis features wore as delieato and as refined as a girl's. IBs eyes were of that peculiar blue thut bespeak innocence or deviltry, you can never dotor...

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. — 9 February 1897

VOL. XII LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 18W7. No. 33. The General Assembly of South Carolina, IN THIS HOU8K <>P RBPRE8BN? TAT IV KB. Homo ol' the Measure*? Acted Upon in tho House?The Colin?y Govern ment I .Aw Receive* Attention. Mr. Goodwin's bill to apportion tbc road fund derived from tho county levy was takon up. Tho bill was about to bo ordered to a th'rd reading iu this shupo without dobate, when Mr. Klnard called attention to the fact that this bill repealed tho act to provide for advertising for certain contracts. Mr. Goodwin fculd that was in the Uno of economy. Mr. Gage wanted to strike out both the previsions of tho bill relating to contracts mado In excess of the annual apportionment. Ho said if these pro? VI808 wsre passed they would work a hardship upon the peoplo who had the riebt to contract with tho county com missioners and look to them for pro tee' iot;. Mr. Goodwin said tho same provis ions were mado ns to tho school fund-; tbU ouly applied to the 1 mi...

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. — 9 February 1897

eabsorlptton pries?13 Monthe, tl.eo PA YABIjE in ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. B?te? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one insor ?ou,$1.00; each subsequent insertion, SO 'jents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad rerlisemonts. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Fob. 0, 1897. OUR SOLON'S. It will be recalled tbat our law makers resolved to tako a squint at tbe Winthrop girls on last Saturday. As Salesday followed and many of tho legislators had business (llko a certain gentleman on tho night of Tarn O'Shan ter's ride) at homo, tho Assembly took a recess until Tuesday at noon. And so tho House got down to business at noon on Tuosdny last and tho Senate awaited thoir work. At this writing, the Comptroller's roport being just now on tho desks of members, tho sup ply and appropriations bills aro not ready. Enough howevor, is known to justify apprehension that tho next lovy for State purposos will bo 54 mills in stead of 44 making a dllTorenco of $1.00 on tho thou...

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. — 9 February 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Court Of Sessions. The machinery of the Court was promptly at work at 10 a. m., on yes terday morning. Judge K. G. Wattn, Solicitor T. 8. Sease and Stenographer Campbell were in their places prompt ly. Judge Watts charged the Grand Jury fully as to their general duties, and took occasion to compliment the county upon the well known character of the population for thrift, industry and progress. Mr. A. W. Sims was made foreman. The body I? unusually intelligent and the same may be said of tin- panels of petit juries. John Foster and Henry Fleming entered a plea of guility of assault with intent to kill. It was a case of shooting a colored per son, the accused nlso colored. Tlie following true bills were re turned on yesterday before the dinner recess: * Agninst John Miller, colored, for the murder of Spencer Simpson, a white man, near Clinton last autumn. (This oasc is assigned for trial to-day); against Hnttie Flecther, colored, mur der of a colored girl; against Win Wr...

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. — 9 February 1897

BALDES LAST TUNE. By HARTHA M'OULLOOH WILLIAMS. [Copyright. ISO?, by tho Author.] "Almighty God, Father in heaven, forgivo thy unworthy servant the Bins he daily oommitsl" "Don't, pop, don't! Wheuovoryou git the prayiu fit, it brings mo bad luck." "Lnokl What has luck to do with aeoh as your There's no ohnnco for you to loa?, exoopt when you want to." "But a mighty heap of ohnnco for mo not to win when tho othor fuller holds all tho oyards. Don't bo soft, pop. If whatever it is that sits up above us keeps any sort of accounts, 1 reokon you started with such a big oredit it ain't nigh balanced yit. Hcenis to mo you used to read somotbin 'bout him that aavetb a soul from death shall bide a multitude of sins." "Silenoel How daro yon"? "Dare? I dare anything, bocauso I'm your son, I reckon. I'vo board toll us you warn't afraid of notion, not even satan. Besides I remombor that lust oamp meetin, tbo lovo feaBt an tho huu died new couvorta all crowdin round an hnggin you an tollin you how...

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. — 16 February 1897

a mens VOL. XII LAURENS. S. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1807. IN IHM tlOUSK OF KBPIlGtSKNI*A? 11VBS. Separate Coaches for tho Whites und Blacks? The Clgnrotto F.vll Is Dolt Wich und a Tax Imposed. Mr. Gage's bill to prohibit tho manu facture and sale of cigarottes was takon up and passed ovor to permit Mr. ICpps' bill on tho same suhjcct to be cousldered first. Mr. Sinklcr said that the United States court of appeals had recently decided exactly similar bills uncon stitutional. Mr. Atbley moved to strike out the enacting words of tho bill. IJoth bills bad been unfavorably reported. Mr. ttpps thought thr.t it was tiuie to put a stop to tho lcjury that was being done to tho youth of tho State by the sale of cigarettes. He thought their lives were being endangered. Mr. Slnkler said, if any (.no could satisfy him that this law was constitu tional he would vote for the bill. The circuit court of appeals had decldtd adversely to such a bill. Mr. Winklor knew of no more dam nable habit to tho...

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. — 16 February 1897

Sab?orlpMon Pri<5e-_ia litontbs, $1.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .3?O. fK. W. BALL, BDITOB. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser Moo,$1.00; each Hubsequout Insertion, to cent*. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LATJRENS, 8. O., Fob. 16, 1897. OUR SOLONS. The Gonoral Assembly drags its slow length along. One membor said in connection with adjournment that there were a hundred Important bills on tho calODdar. This was a Columbia man who would bo pleasod at a por petual session in that city: It Is as tonishing to find how much legislation Is needed, how poorly In tho recent past our statutory wants havo been neglected. There is hardly a con ceivable subject on which somo one of tho 170 legislators has'nt a Bill.? From .a groat rail road to a package of cigarettes, we havo hundreds of "Bills", the Billy Goat excepted. Tho session will overlap tho birthday of tho Father of His country, which lsalogal holiday from llol...

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. — 16 February 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ONE DOLLAR A YEA It. Hereafter Thk Advertiser will be sent ono year for ono dollar to porsons who will pay in advance. Numbers ot porsons complain that the price of Tin-: Advertiser Is too high. Thoy say that one dollar a year 1? enough. The prico of tho pjfeor Is placed at oce dollar a year only because sub scribers rofuso to pay for It In ad vance. When tho proprietor has to take the risk of frequently getting nothing for tho papor, and bosides, has to pay for collecting, there Is no profit at all in publishing the papor at ono dollar. If all The Advertiser's sub scribers would pay one dollar in ad vance tho profit would bo much better than at one dollar and a half on a cre dit. Therefore, in order that thero may be no reason for complaint, THE ADVERTISER will be sent one year to any person who pays the dollar in ad vance. Subscribers in arroars who wish tho paper at one dollar must cf course set tle their arrears and may then pay one dollar in advanco for tho twelve...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 February 1897

By TOM P. MOBOAN. -r-TT [(.'(->?>> rl.-.l.t. IttXJt h the A -t)ior.] With one os ?> ?;>'. i'>;i, tho members of tho Baxter household wcro honest aucl upright. Though lifo hud hi en hoiiic tbing of it strngglo with them since Mr. Boxtcr'a death, they had met their trials bravely, and nftor each day of struggling, when night settled down over the little weather beaten houso under tho tall cotton wood tree, they could go to rest with tho simple satis* fuotion of feeling that they had dono their best Tho day was fast approaching when, the time of reside nee required by tho government having been fulfilled, the bomestead cluim Would bo their own. Their small crops, cultivated as well us a boy whose will perhaps was greater than his ability could cultivate them, wero sufficient for their modest needs, and if their moans wero scanty their wants wero carefully kept down to them. Thoy owed no ono. They bated no 'ono unlos it might bo Indian Jim, tho Worthless half breed who...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 February 1897

YOk. XII NO. 35. The General Assembly. .lie Collie Appropriations in the House, I-'IKSr ONI'. WAY AND THKN AN OTJJElt. A Majority Cuts Down the Month Carolina College to $2l,?OO?This Action is Virtually Rescinded the Next Day. Columbia State. Mr. I Jerton moved to out tho South Carolina Collego appropriation from 126,000 to $21,000. Mr. Ilderton said this was to bring it down to the figures of last year. Ho argued that all tbeso Stute institutions should be out down; the professors should not be paid bo much. Ho could not seo how it took so much to run tbecollogo. Ho wanted all tho colleges reduced. He wanted to do what was right. The professors shoiud not bo paid more than any other bard-worked men. Mr. Kennedy moved to amend the amendment so us to reduce tho appro priation to $17,000. He presented a sohl dule of l?oal salaries that should ho puid. Mr. D Loach then spoke enrnest'y and'Vigorously against thoso proposed reduotTous. it was a Bhamo to votr. more pittances to tho e inst...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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