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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 February 1897

<f &<Avev{i$er ?absorlptlon price 12 Months, f.DO PA YABIjE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. U 1 ? ?? -? -? ? -? * ? = R?tos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad rertlHcirmntH, por square, one Inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent lnsortion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction uiado for large Ad vertlsomonts. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. 0., Fob. 23, 1807. OUR SOLONS. At last, at last, tho main buslnoss for which the Legislature was Invented has been reached?to mako appropria tions- This will bo readily appre ciated; tho poor old State has to live and sho lives by nutrlmont?the taxos. Sho has many mouths, tbo public schools, tho deaf and blind, the groat hospital for tho unfortunate Insane, that covers acres upon acres, and Is filled with unfortunates, the Gov ernor and Judges, and Sollet ltors, who look after tbo rascals, tho hundred and Bcvonty Legis lators with $4.00 per day and mileago, tho colleges for boys and girls, tho Professors, and a hundred Incldonts, . all, all havo to be ...

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. — 23 February 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Horoaftor The Advertiser will bo 8ont ono year for ono dollar to persons who will pay in advance. Numbers ol persons complain that the prico of THE ADVERTISER Is too high. Thoy say that ono dollar a yoar Is enough. The prico of tho papor Is placed at or.o dollar a year only becauso sub scribers refuso to pay for it In ad vance. When tho proprietor has to tako tho risk of frequently getting nothing for the papor, and besides, has to pay for collecting, thoro Is no profit nt all in publishing tho papor at ono dollar. If all THE ADVERTISER'S sub scribers would pay one dollar in ad vance tho profit would be much bettor than at one dollar and a half on a cre dit. Therefore, in order that thoro may bo no reason for complaint, The Adveutiskk will be sont one year to any parson who pays the dollar in ad vance. Subscribers in arrears who wish the paper at one dollar must cf course set tlo their arrears and may then pay one dollar in advance for tho twelve mon...

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. — 23 February 1897

SALLY. By ALBERT FLEMING. (CoprMgbt, 1S90. by tho Author.) CHAPTER L It was f? hot day in August, one of those reeking days that begin to be bot early in tho morning and go ou getting [hotter and hotter till nearly midnight. In tbo year 1870 Cow court aud ids unwholesome cluster of neighbors still clung to the skirts of Uolboru and fes tered round Ht. Albnn's ohurcb, stretoh Spjg from Gray's Inn road to Leather lane. Tho flno shops and warehouses that now adorn Gray's Iun road then . only existed in the brain of somo eity archltoot. Of all those ?Hey? Cow court ?^juried off the palm for squalor, dirt and general decay. You bad to turn out of Leather lane to get thero. Tho turn ing was flankod ou either side by a tav ern, aud tie ?0 taverns, with their plate glass and gilding, were tho only things that were bright and oheurful in this region. If you explored farther, you ?aw an arobway on tho rigid, inudo by swooping away tho ground floor of ouo of the crazy tenements. This was tho p...

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 March 1897

The General Assembly. DISPENSARY BILL GOES THROUGH HOUSE. AN ADMINISTRATION MKA8UHK lO MUET THE GUIS IS. Tho Bill is Vigorously Attacked on Various Grounds?The Support Given Is Non-Factional. Tho "official" dispensary bill was called up in tho House, and after the defeat of several amendments it was parsed to a third reading without any chango lu Its features. It Is not denied that this measure is intended to moot tho recent decision of tho Supremo Court with regard to tho importation of liquors, and in advanco hud received tho endoreoment of tho Governor. Mr. Crura, of Barn wall, proposed an amendment by which dispensers could glvo personal as well as indemnity and burety bonds. Mr. Skinner favorod the amendment. Dr. Wyche suid no policy should be udopted that would ondangor tho State's fund. The board of control havo entire charge of these matters. Mr. Crum said that It was wrong in principle to havo one or two men per haps keep a man out of otlice booauso tuiuu enemy of the nomin...

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 March 1897

(Hctuertiser '?12 MoatUB, 91.60 DVAXOB. DITOR. 4rt!s!ng.?Ordinary Ad per square, one inser ?aoh subsequent Insertion, A reduction made for large Ad jmenta. W. W. BAU., Proprietor. LAURENS, S. O., Mar. 2,1897. OUR SOLON'S. It will be remembered (hat our Leg islators deolined to work on tho 22d, being most of the lot, "sons of the revolution" in spirit, if not, In fact of those who fought at King's Mountain. Tuesday last there was much talk. An amendment to the Dispensary law was hotly dobated in tho House, the amendment requiring liquors brought into tho State for personal use to be sent to the State chemist for analysis ?that no citizen should got under his skin any snakobito stuff. Tho friends of the measuro, some of them,bolstorcd their position with tho argument that tho Attornoy Gonoral had prepared tho bill and tho Governor favored it, while it was replied that tho Attorney General had blundered and the Unltod States Supreme Court had decldod against him already on this questio...

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. — 2 March 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. * ONE DOLLAR A YEAR Hereafter Tub Advertiser will bo sent ono year for ono dollar to persons who will pay in advance. Numbers ol persons complain that the price of The Advkki'isku is too high. Thoy say that ono dollar a year 1b onough. The price of tho paper is placod at one dollar a year only because sub scribers refuse to pay for it in ad vance. When Iho proprietor has to tako tho risk of frequently getting nothing for tho paper, and besides, has to pay for collecting, thero is no profit at all in publishing the papor at ono dollar. If ali THE Advertiser's sub scribers would pay ono dollar in ad vance the profit would bo much bettor than at one dollar and a half on a cre dit. Thoreforo, In order that thoro may bo no reason for complaint, The Advertiser will be sent ono year to any person who pays tho dollar In ad vance. Bub8crlbors In arroars who wish the papor at ono dollar must cf course sot tlo tholr arrears and may then pay one dollar In advanco for tho twolvo mo...

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 March 1897

SALLY. (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEKK.) CHAPTER IV. The month parsed, and oven Aunt Hannah owned that thero was "good stuff" in that girl. Mattio had hor bap tized and called her Sarah Hope. Ilnpo was a naino of good augury. She quick ly fitted horHolf to tho ways of thu house, never forgot any thing, never shirked her work and only had two outbreuka, bot thoy wore bad enos, and crockery flow about ao freoly that Aunt Hannah tied her handa bohind hor back nud looked her up till Kenneth roturnod. Novor in Sally's lifo had aho shown what it wan to blnsb, but when ho hbw thosodisorcd liable bouda a flood of sbaino and con trition dyed her young cheeks. This was the loat of hor outbreaks. When tho month was over, aho wus eout to Nurso Brown and tho nearest boarding school. Every Bnuday afternoon sho wont to Bedford Lodgo, and soon Aunt Hannah owned that Bally was growing quito a decent looking girl. She whs indeed rap Idly ohaugiug in ovorything but in what was unehangouble?her fidelity to K...

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 March 1897

" : -. . ? . " 1 . ..... . 1 V -~,, ,^ .1-~:z= TOln. XII LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1897. No. 37. The General Assembly. The Only Factional Debate Tins Session. CHARLESTON SENATOR IHM :A US Tin ; 1'EACE AND UNITY. Tho Income Tax Measure is the Dono of Contention?The Discus sion is Warm and Vigorous. Mr. Henderson moved to continue until next session the incomo tax bill, aud submitted bis reasons for so doing. This bill was uncccessary to moot the exigencies of the Stato govornmcnt for this year. If it were necessary, it should go Into effect before January, 181)8. if tboro was a dcticiency at the end of this year when tbo Goneral As sembly met noxt year, tho timo for collecting taxes could bo extended'and tho bill put in forco then. This, bo submitted, disposed of the argumonts that tho hill wus a necessity. Ho fur ther objected to the bill becauso it hud never boon discussed before tho pooplvj. Thoro was no demand for it; no expect ation of it. This bill should uot be thrown u...

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 March 1897

. if. ?absorlntlon prtce-ia Moetn?, ?1.50 PAYABLE IN ADVAMOK. W. ?f. jB^XZ,. EDITOB. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad- | vortlHommitH, per square, one inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 10 oents. Liberal reduotion made for largo Ad vertisement*. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C, Mar. 9,1?97. .- ? ? --? -- OUR 80L0N8. The General Assembly adjourned sink diu on Wednesday morning last as previously fixed. Numbers of mem bers and Senators had already do serted the Stato House, as rats a rickety Bhip, and gono to tholr homos. Much legislation has boon etTeotod, somo of It good, and of courso mistakes havo boon made. A final vordict can not bo rendered until many of tbo laws have been tested by oxporlonce. We think the work will look liko a great patch quilt. Cursorily reading tho pa pors it would appear that tho bulk of the statutory law had been amended. We can theroforo.hardly wait until 1000 for a revision of tho Statutes. Hut as said, we must wait to seo, and hasty c...

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 March 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ONE DOLLAR A TEAR Hereafter The Advertiser will bo sent one year for ono dollar to persons who will pay In advance. Numbers of persons complain that the prioe of The Advertiser is too high. Thoy say that ono dollar a year is enough. The price of tho paper is placed at ono dollar a year only because sub scribers rofuso to pay for it in ad vance. When the proprietor has to take the risk of frequontly getting nothing for tho paper, and besides, has to pay for collooting, thero 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 bettor than at ono dollar and a half on a cre dit. Thereforo, in order that thero may bo no reason for complaint, The Advertiser will be sont ono year to any person who pays the dollar in ad vance. Subscribers in arrears who wish tho papor at one dollar must cf course set tle tholr arrears and may then pay one dollar in advance for tho twolvo month...

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 March 1897

I IIS'; MAUK OF VISUNU. By PEROT BUS8ELL. I tC-'pyrJelit. IW, t y tho Author.] CHAPTER I. It was a straugo and singularly im prcuslve scent-. All tho houses of tho very nnoiout Dravidian villago wero il luminated nioro or loss by earthen ves tt Is containing oil and wick. Not only did these lights bring ont into relief against tho growing darkness the out lines of tho various buildings, but they hud boon ?placed', with that patient, painstaking and iudiffereuco to individ ual labor peculiar to Asia, in tho clefts of trees. Tin y lighted up tho groat bau fau trco, tho speciul pride of this Tumi; or Druv idian region, for it was a tree of inoro than 1,000 trunks, sent down 1 from tho enormous branches, covering | acroB und forming a sort of natural syl van templo, nnd they wero to bo seen glowing amid tho fragrant flowers of its tamarinds that shaded tho bungalow of Sahib Karney, tho indigo plautor, nudsomoof theso lamps wero oven shin ing out atariiko from tho distant hill tops nnd s...

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 March 1897

VOi,. XII NO. 38. VANDERBILT PALACE AT BILTMORE, N, C. BIX M liii.lt >N KOliIiAKS HAS BEEN SPENT ALREADY. A Plaoo of Rare Beauty Now-Old Forest Has Been Turned Into Mag nllleent Game Preserve?Thousands of Strangers Visit the Estate Special to Atlanta Constitution. George W. Vanderbllt has donomore than any ono man to attract peoplo to North Carolina. Hla lordly estate with Its magnificent chateau is the supreme object of interest to many of tbo tbousunds of annual visitor* to the metropolis of the "Land of tho Bky." A fow days ago I had tho opportuni ty of seeing tbo " Blltmore Estate," as It Is otliclully named, under exception ally good circumstances. I was Invited to accompany the otllcial photograph er. As I bad driven over the estate several times before, I thought I knew it quite thoroughly, but never before bad I seen It as on this occasion. The BUtmoro estato consists of 100.0OU acres of land in tho choicest section of tho far-famed 11 Land of the Sky." Tho palace is loca...

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 March 1897

?BDaorlptlon mc? -12 Months, 91.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. . ?,-. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, 90 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAUBENS, S. C, Mar. 10,1897. For some days, His Excellency, tho Governor, has had undor consideration the question of removal of tho Metro politan police from tho oity of Char leston, and restoring home-rule to that oft beleagured oity. Ordinarily it would be a quostion for the citizenship of that town alone, but as it happens to be the only community in the. State, and perhaps In tho wide, wide, world, where a municipal government Is im posed by a foreign Power, as a South Carolina paper we cannot but feel some interest in the matter. By the same token, tho principle Involved, and the practice, might invade our own hallowod proolnts. Tho decision In tho Charleston caso Gov. Ellerbe seems to mako hinge upon tho ...

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 March 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ONE DOLLAR A TEAR. Hereafter The Advertiser will bo sent one year for one dollar to persons who will pay in advance. Numbers ot persons complain that the price of The Advertiser is too high. They say that ono dollar a yoar Is enough. The price of the paper is placed at one dollar a year only because sub scribers refuse to pay for It in ad vance. Whon the proprietor has to tako the risk of frequently getting nothing for the paper, and besides, 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 yanco the profit would bo much bettor than at ono dollar and a half on a cre dit. Therefore, in order that there may bo no reason for complaint, The Advertiser will be sent one year, to any person who pays tho dollar in ad vance. Subscribers In arroars who wish tho paper at one dollar must of course set tle their arrears and may then pay one dollar In advance for the twelve mon...

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. — 16 March 1897

THE MARK OF VISHNU. By PBEOT RU?BELL. Oop/ri?bt. \m. hy tho Author.] CHAPTER IVT What one person wants in eleotrloity in found in thn superfluous charging of another. Thu profano said till tho reli gion of the wholo generation of tho KhdiVvs had somehow gone into Liliau. Doubtless?and Koss know it weli? there whs a tiuoturo of maduoss with her exaltation?at all events, in the BcuRo that every form of true enthusi asm is a kind of insanity. Now that Charles, however, percoived that Ross began to play, as ho rndoly termed it, "tho serious young man," his voxatiou bcoanio very apparent. "It was quite bad onough in my sis ter," he broke forth on Ross excusing himself from dinner on the plea of at diug with Lilian a nativo prayer ting, "but to hnvo you, a grown an, meddling and muddling in such tomfoolery passes patience. Can't you leavo the nntivos ulono? Thoy'ro much better as they wero?confounded liars at tho best, bnt if thoy turn Christian they'll bo positively past ouduruuee." * "I...

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. — 23 March 1897

TARIFF MESSAGE OF PRESIOF.NF McKINLEY. PLAIN, milEOT AND POINTKD. Congress Ih Asked to Increase tlio Tariff Immediately?The Condition of ilxi Kevfluue Demand* Prompt Action. The following message from Presi dent McKinley was sent to Congress upon its oponing: To tho Congress of tho United States : Regretting the necessity which has required me to call you together, I foel tbat your assembling in extraordinary session is Indispensable beoause of tho oooditlon in which we find the revenues of tbu government. It is conceded tbat its current expenditures are greater than its receipts and that suoh a condition has existed for now more than three years. With unlimited menus at our command, we are pre senting tho remarkable speotaclo of increasing our public debt by boriow ing money to meet the ordinary out lays incident upon even an economical and prudent administration of tho government. An examination of the subject discloses this fact in every detail and leads inevitably to the con clu...

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. — 23 March 1897

if QWuertiser ?SbBorlptfon price-la Mouths, 91.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANOB. W. W. BALL. EDI TOB. tUte? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, one inser tion, SI.OO; each subsequent insertion, Liberal reduction made for large Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. AUKENS, S. C, Mar. 23,1897. Ajax Corbett and Horcules Fltzslm mons settled tbo matter of tbo fleticutT Championship on last Wednesday. It was an oasy victory for tho Englisbor and tho stars and stripes trail the dust. Thoro has beon a mighty in terest in tho moot and as wo woro all toughs a thousand years ago, this in terest is only evidence of tho natural brute instinct in man. Tho State of Nevada and her people? aro possibly exousablo for allowing tho scrap to tako place. Tho Stato is four times as big as South Carolina, the population only 45,000 and If this population is properly distributed, there was no body to be corrupted by tho lllthy exhibition.? Carson City, whore tho light took placo Is known as tho ho...

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. — 23 March 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. ONE DOLLAR A TEAB Hereafter The Advertiser will bo sent one year for one dollar to persons who will pay in advance. Numbers of persons complain that tbo prlco of The Advertiser is too high. Thoy say that one dollar a yoar is onough. The price of the paper is placed at one dollar a yoar only because sub scribers rofuso to pay for it in ad vance. Whon tho proprietor has to tako tho risk of frequently getting nothing for tho paper, and besides, has to pay for collecting, thoro is no prolit at all in publishing the papor at ono dollar. If all The Advertiser's sub ecribors would pay one dollur in ad vance tho profit would bo much bettor than at ono dollar and a half on a cre dit. Thoroforo, in order that thoro may bo no reason for complaint, The Advertiser will be sent ono yoar to any person who pays tho dollar in ad vance. Subscribers In arrears who wish the paper at ono dollar must cf course sot tlo their arrears and may then pay one dollar In advance for tho twolvo month...

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. — 23 March 1897

DAN^UPID. By THE DUOHESS. ' [OopjrTJjrlit, 1?M, by tlie Author.} Sometimes too tiot tho eye of heaven ?bine*. Toduy proven it. Terrible ia tbo Strength of tho ruys that Old Sol is flinging broadouHt upon the Himraering tarth. The tennis players havo given in to it, and confessing themselves van quit-In (l havo flung thoir rackotfl to the winds and themselves into gardeu ohaira or else prone upon tho shaven lawn ander tho aoaoiaa according to their sex. Two of them, howovcr, havo wander ed rathor fur from tho aoacias and tho toa tables and tbo tent, where better things than ten oau be had for tho ask ing. Thoy havo wandorod into a little green apace, ahnt out from a noisy world by rowa and rows of hedges, all beech, on tho north and south, nud heavy rhododendrons on tho two other sides. It is a litth- dream of a place, ontercd by one, opening only, and that through tho booohos. "A sort of Arcadia, isn't it?" nays Mr. Brooke, glancing upnt his compan ion from his lounging position upo...

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 May 1897

ASINGIMK ABDUCTION RODRiaUE3 OTTOLENGUI. [Copyright, l '.'-. by tho Author.] Mr. Barnes was ulono in Iiis sanctum when :ui elderly Ulli II of cultured man ners was ushered hi. 'J'lic visitor Riiuk into ti Bout and began his appeal at onco. "Oh, Mr. Barnes," said ho, "I am in gront distress, I hardly dared to hopo that ussistnnco wore possible until I mot my frioud Loroy Mitohol. You know him?" Mr. Barnes nssontod, with a Mini ?, und the old man continued, "Ho told mo that you could Biiroly aid me." "I will certainly do all that is in my power to servo a friend of Mr. Mitch* el's," said the detective "Von arc wry kind. My last hope, is dependent upon your success But let iuo tell you the story. 1 am Richard Qodnoy, the broker. Perhaps you havo hoard tho nom?." Air. Barnes nodded. "1 thought bo. Old Dick they **.-* 11 mo Ott tho street, and sometimes Old Niel;, but that is only their little joko when the mar!.i t goes against tin in. I do nut, think thai 11 icy r< ally dislike im-,...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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