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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 20 July 1897

"I don't complain When the Lord sends rain? When the tanks in the sky run over? For the rain, you know, MakeB the corn hladcB grow An' gives a lift to the clover. "My plans ain't erost When the Lord sends frost An'the hills and the plains look wrinkled; lt*s a season sweet Fer the things 1 eat? TUo spice by the angels sprinkled. "I jes' take all From the spring to fall, As it comes fiom the One vho sends it, An' my heart'U heat Like it thought life sweet Till ?est in the tobcs ends it." ?Philadelphia ledger. A BROKEN HEART. 1?V MUH. MA Itm VV. M A K ICY. Christiun Observer. How vividly I recall the morning when she became for tho lirst time an object of special Interest to mo. Hotsoy, my mother's maid, was re counting to an eager audleneo of ser vants and children tho wonderful things which had taken place the day before at tho " big meetin'." 11 Do baptl/.ln', do shoutin' an' do preaebin'; 1 ain' uovor hoar notion' like it; 1 feel like judgment day done come fur she, and as to Mill...

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. — 27 July 1897

(:(flT;Il^ V Hit V &tt % flit ft ^ VOL. XIII LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1897. No. 10. The Senatorial Campaign AT COLUMBIA. A Lively l ime but Everybody wm Ii a Qood Humor? li by und Muytloltl Relate It Ibriti Iliuiory. Tin- Columbia campaign meeting wm about ou tlie dame plane us tiie preced ing meetings. M i ssrs. M i.vl'e 1 l und [rby did uku occasion to reaffirm thulr charges against Governor Ellerbo with more thun their usual vehemence, and 0 d. Irby let out one moro Reform eeerot by asserting that in 181)0 Ellerbo. in the eoi.v -ntion, was declared nomin ated oomi t-o lor general wiien as a matter of luel Stokes, of Colleton, re ceived the nomination by nine votes. This, bo said, was known at the timo to a goutiuinan who has since been ex alted to the bunch. Mr. Mayfijld made public the slate already made for Stute olllcials, so ho said, and gave voice to other things of more than general interest. Senator McL aurin, In addition to his usual tarilT speech prefaced it ...

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. — 27 July 1897

if ?e GWuertiser Bubsorlptlon Price -12 Months, 91.50 PAYABLE 1W ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por squaro, one Insor tlou,?l.OO; oaob subsequent insertion, 60 couts. Llboral reduotion mado for largo Ad rortlHomeuts. W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, July 27, 1897. A Review. Tho Cnmpaign liko John Brown's spirit goes marching on.' It is a splon dld bchool for clocutionury oulturo?-a fresh audience, oagor for political education, squaring the great speak ers in the face each appointed day.? The weeks' work opened in Wlnnsboro, thence to that cultured and innocent childlike community, Columbia, the site of your capitol. Tho mooting was very cheerful and pleasant, honoyod words characteristic of tho utter ances. But thoro was nothing now. Tho great men seem to have exhausted thoir argunicntive and inventive re sources. Gov. Ellerbo who has been criticised by some of the speakers, was invited to bo proscnt and dofond him self. But he fa...

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. — 27 July 1897

LWA] A Lyucijlug. Near OrO| in this nnnty, on Wednes day laut a black brutqwns taken in tbo net of violating a htlo femalo child, three and a hslf yenrslold, of a young gentleman of one of l\\ best families in the lounty. It, is paid fliat the eiiild es caped without injury. black negio, about known as llenrv GravJ The brulo waB a trenty >cars old, in the employ ment of the young firmer, and the as sault was attempted r.bout the dinner hour. At the instant if the discovery, ttio father of the yolng gentleman, a coo), dispassionate iian, accidentally came upon the scene fjtd the negro whs hurried to the Courfl House and Jail. Ora is night miles >|orth of the Court House on the Sp;u|unburg railway. Court was in Bosslon.hut early Thure* day the Grand Jury was dismissed. The country btdoming aroused Solicitor Sense early on the afternoon of that day quietly brought the dan gerous situation to.the attention of Judge Buchanan, arid an order was made directing the/Shortff to convey t...

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 July 1897

Her J'npa'B Niutic. ?Whoso little girl is this?" I siiid. ? I'm papa'fl girl," the child replied: "Ai d What is pupil's inline V" 1 asked. To think of it she tried and tried. "My papa'- name ? Oh. let no sec ! "1 really do not know," she said ; "For when he's ill inacalls him 'Dear,' "But when he's well it's just plain 'Fred.'" ?Alice M. l)o>njlnn. Abel$ Prize Song. "Abvl, Abel, are you never com ing in lo tea! I deciaro that boy lives ut tlu plaoo !" '? Not always, mother ; yon exagge rate a little," replied Abel, smiling brightly as ho entered the room, '? Hut I must practice if 1 am to be per fect." " You are perfect now, I think," the old lady answered proudly. " You make the piano speak." " What a thing it is to have a good mother to taik welt of you, isn't it, George?" and the speaker, a slender, dark-haired young man, looked play- | fully across the tea-table at his friend. '? She only s iys what is true in your case, however," roplied GoorgO. "Hul lo ! here's the postman ...

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. — 10 August 1897

THE CAMPAIGN MEE1ING AT ANDERSON. MR MAYFIELD BTRIKB8 I1ACH. John Gary Kvitns la IK p. About Hoi ropolltait Polico?Col. Irby Makes a Bold Attack on MoLaurln's Friend Neal. Special to The Mountaineer. Anderson, s. c, August 5.?About six hundred or more vi t -rs gathered under tho trees lu the Hue Ridge Rail road yard yesterday to hear tho Sena torial candidates. There was a sprink ling of ladies on the out kirts of the crowd, who seomed to he much inter ested in the discussions It was a Me Lauriu crowd, there was no doubt about that. Evans got some applause during his speech, but the most of it was re served for McLaurlu. Tho Senator made a much bettor speech than ho did at Greenville the other di'y. In fact, ho seomed to bo a different man. At Greenville ho was undoubtedly badhj hacked, as ho real /. d tu?; crowd was against himv * ' u?, lu re he had things as he wacWu'inein and was according ly encouraged. Ho Is evidently what In base ball would bo ei l ed a grand stand player. He ...

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. — 10 August 1897

GleJu&rtiseir <fon Price 12 Mouths, $1.60 AY ABLE IN ADVANCE. /. W. B <* LL> EDITOR. /_ _ /On for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad /( i sin 11 tutts, por si i narr, OI10 ilisor /in,$1.00; oach subsequent insertion, Ay cents. f Liboral reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAU It ENS, S. C. Aug. 10, 1897. A Review. "The wheols continue to go round" ??the campaign to proceed. The course is three-fourths run ?the goal is in sight. Nobody knows how thoy stand iu the race?tho couyt must tell the talc. With this week ends tho contest in tho hill counties and the next two weeks wind up tho circus over on the Atlantic coast. There is very little ad ditional interest to the issues already familiar to our readers. The can didates talk out the time?but tho real sparring is between Irby and Mcl.au nn. Apparently tho real battle is be. tween these two champions, irby tlnds spooks on his Hanks in the shape of Neal, Gonzales and Ellorbe. He does not seem to hear 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. — 10 August 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Buy your Bagging and Tios from LaiirOUH Cotton Mills' Store. At the Federal Court, Greenville Hubert Aborcromblo, I'.ubbtown, Its serving on tho Grand Jury and George Crisp, of Cross Ulli On tin' Petit Jury. Laurent Jurors. The following Jurors were drawn for the February Term, 1898, oi tho Unite 1 States Court at Greenville: Grand Jury?W. P. Hill. Petit Jury?Dr. W. O. Irby, John P. Bolt, George P, Little. Tim Laurons Cotton Mills Store will soil you Bagging ami Ties cheaper than yon oau buy them elsewhere. Democratic Club Mooting. A meeting of Democratic Club No I, of Laurons Township, is hereby culled for Wednesday, August 11, 1807 at U O'clock P, M . in Courthouse. Lewis W. Siukins, I 'resident. Entirely too Personal. Voting Lady?Please give me BO me Castor Oil-tasteless it you have it. Druggist?Yes, ina'in in a tew minutes I will have it ready. The Druggist, busies himself for a short while, then takes the lady to tho Soda Fountain, gallantly ottering a refreshing ...

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. — 10 August 1897

H?r pvrouta handicapped h?r at tho vory baitlamal fout, for tho name bo stowed v>on her, Mehltablo Hopkins, was onough to mako a spinster of tho lovolieat girl ever l>orn. When she loft school they boro her olY to Kurope, whore, \?bllo her liyo years of travel gave her an cxoollont knowledge of mon in tip composite, man as an indi vidual w|s entirely unknown to her. Then folhwod her father's death and ioothor's ting yearn of Illness, wbon all tho daughter's thoughts and onorgles wore couoeitrated on tho sick room. Finally, to complete tho bands which all her lifo had boon (o-god to koop hor in single blessedness, sho fouod horsolf at 35 with 8j very comfortahlo fortuno and not a sign of a near relative with whom to sh?to it. So that sho hadn't even that questionable oxcuao of be coming marred for tho sako of a homo. If Mohltab'.u had been a poor girl 8ho might huvo proved a genius, for eho could paint so cleverly as to make hor rivals decidedly uueasy. Uut now that sho found h...

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. — 24 August 1897

UThe L?nens %iMxt\ut. TOb. XIII LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2|, 189;. NO" 14 ylunt Mary^s Pf ay. j*% What a sad face your washwoman 0 has, Holen." Aunt Mary remarked aoross the dinner table? "Has shoV' 1 uighod hor nlec<\ pretty Mrs. Walford. "1 hadn't noticed, liut [ know si 0 la dreaufully slow about hor work. She la always two or three hours behind the neigh borhood in getting the clothes on the lino. 1 wouldn't keep her only that she iaso careful and particular.'' "To bo particular and do the work well la a gO'.;d deal to bo said for any one theso helter-skelter days. Shu doesn't look strong ; do you know any thing about her circumstances?" asked Aunt Mary. '? Not a thing," Mrs. Walford an swered, "t pay hor when tho work is done, and ask her no questions about her affairs. I dou't know that it is any of my business." " And yot you bolong to several charitable societlea," Aunt Mary sug gested softly. "One of them, I think you said Is called tho 'Helping Hand.' " "Oh, 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. — 24 August 1897

Qdoertise:r Subscription price- 12 Months, $1.50 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.- Ordinary a<i vortiMomonts, per square, ono inser tion,$1.00; oachsubsequent insertion, 50 -jontH. Liberal reduotlon made fox largo Ad Yortlsomonts. vv. w. ha 1.1., Proprietor. LAURBNS, S. C Aug. 24, 18t?7. A Review. The Campaign is verging to a oloso The ballots are horo. old men, adjust your glasses- young men balance your judgments?and got ready to vote When it is done, you have simply done a duty; government will wag on all the sann;, and you ean turn yourselves to your private atTairs no worse oil. nor hot tored, Bo kind enough to con sider: We are all apt to oxagorato the importance of most events ? most thing.-. It is best to take matters coolly; get a tapo line: wait before speaking at least a minute: perhaps two, and by this time you will have a just estimate of the value and impor tance of everything ami all men. We are not to get excited about OoorgO Washingt...

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. — 24 August 1897

Oeluertiser flUtOHOrlUtl'JU PrlC0-12 MOIlUlH, $1.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANOK. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Ratos Tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squaro, one Insor Mon, $1.00; oaoh subsoquont insertion, 60 couts. Liberal roduotion made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. MALL, Pronriotor. LAURENS. S. Om Oct. 20, 1800. The South is not always in bad luck. Slueo 1805 sbo has not booa an impor tant factor in govorning this country. She ha;} been at tbo mercy of the groat North and West, which havo not dealt largely In this divine quality. Now sb** 1; hicky that the great quos tlon8 of governmental policy agitating tho entire country arc not sectional, but affect a'ike North, South, Hast and West. Tho financial policy of the country permeates all the land alike from Maine to Texas. Business meth ods are the same in New York, Boston and Savannah. Wall Street is but an other name for the moneyed power in this country?and the monoyed power is an unsocn power, invisible, but...

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. — 24 August 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. THE RECORD OF LAUKENS UP TO DATE. OCT. 20. Job printing a specialty at tbis oHlco. Old papers for sulo at this oOlco cheap. Charleston. Monday next her wook of delightful ~.l?.raotlous begins. Rend carofully no tiv. , of attractions olsowhoro. Payne & Co. The wheel goes but it takes only one. The Phaeton still lives aud fs for tho family and vory cosoy. See I'ayno & Go's., Cross Hill, splondld inducements and don't think of going a hundred miles from homo for a fash ionable turn-out on tho host terms. Drainage. On the subject of drainage, the laws are sulllclent. If u man steals a horse, unless there is a citizen with sulliciont pluck to swear out an utlhlavit and proteoute the offender, tho stealing of horses will proceed. I f it is desired to enforce tho draluugo laws organize in each neighborhood a club pledged to prosccuto each olTendor. Mako it the duty of the Soorotary and a committee to look after it. Then let all tho club stand up for tho prosecution. T...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 August 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. A Couple of Pistol Shots* Last afternoon two colored em ployees at the Bendel la ugot into a fisticuff. A peace officer near by iirod u OOUple of pistol shots. One of the fighters resisted a policeman and got a severe blow from the policeman's VADE MKCUM?hiss "billy". A hun dred or so people rushed to the scone and the excitement for a moment was fast and furious. A Pleasant Concert* An audience of cultivated people wore delightfully entertained at the Opera House on the evening of the lUth Inst. It was the occasion oi the ontortalnment of Miss Anne Doll Bar nolto and Miss Mary McOeo, the former of Alabama and tho latter of Greenwood. These talented young ladles gave a oholeo programme of in strumental and vocal music, with re citations, evidencing high talopts and the highest promise for the future. It was a greatly charmed audience. A Killing. On Wednesday last, in this county near l.anford Station, Turner Meredith, colored, killed Julius Brown, another colored man, ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 August 1897

The Veterans. 1iy mi83 k. k. andhkws. [Udos hukkcnUmI i>y Booing tho Confederate BUrVi\Or? lllo into the ccj ctcr. <'ii Memorial l>H>-.] I sco thcm Blowly marching year by your, A lessening band, to that lone camping ground, Where their el pions In the days that tried Men's souls have grounded arms forever. Kiibo lias seldom been their portion; bronzed by sun And bit by winter's cold, they bear the Bears And blows of envious time as valiantly As once they bore the bulTetiiigs of war. For them a nation's coiTers have not bled To salve their wounds with gold ; but when, worn out Witli fatal victories, they left tho field, Where valor long had strove in vain with might, bike that great son of Rome whose con quering arm Did not disdain to guide the plow, they sheathed Their swords, and asking aid of none but God. By honest toil redeemed and glorified The land their fruitless valor could not save. Bee wheie they conic, an ever lessening band! Torn by life's storms and chilled...

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. — 28 September 1897

A CONFEDERATE'S STORY How a German Musician Was Honored by His Comrades. WRITES REMINISCENCED FROM FATHERLAND. Seventy-Six Years Old and His Penmanship is Faultless. The following lottere will afford a great do.il of Interest to tho veterans of McGowan's brigade and to old soldiers generally, who will read tho story of a German musician with added /. 'st when they know that he cherishes warm and tondor recollections of ills Confederate experience, although he has boot! ah-ent from tl is country for so many years. His penmanship is very boautiful, equal to the Qnest writing masters of ibis d;iy : ABBEVILLE^. ?. C.,Supt. 21st, l^'.'T. The writer of the letter below is John Gabriel Christopher Kruse, who was born Aug- 26th, 1821, in tho city of Wis mar, in Mecklenburg Schwerin, In Ger many. Lie came to America in 1853, &?id lived at Walhalla until 1801, and from that date until 1805 be was in the Confed erate army. After that lie lived In Charleston until 1878, and then in Sa vanna...

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. — 28 September 1897

ftilbsoriptlou P'-lso-ia Moutbs, $l.i>o PAYABLE IN ADV AN (I K. W. IK. HALL, EDITOR. Katen tor Advertising. Ordinary Ad vortisemonts, per square, 0)16 lusei tlon,$t.oo; eaohaubaequeut Insertion, V) S?llltH. I ?Ib+rsl reduot lou made for largo Ad rertlsoraents. W. W. HA DD, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. C. Kept. 28, 1807. Looking Backwards. The recent enactment of a high pro tective tariff on mports by Congress and tho discussion in tlie recent Pri mary Campaign in this State naturally recal's tho great excitement and conse quent legislation in this State growing out of similar Congressional onact nicnts in the Jackson poriod. On the 24th of Novombor ls::2in the 57th your of tho oxi8teneeof this Government the people of this State in Convention as sembled pa-scd the celebrated meas ure: "An Ordianee to Nullify corialn Acts of the Congress of the (Jolted States, purporting to be laws, laying duties and imposts on tin- importation of Foreign commodities." The Con vention sat at Columbia. ...

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. — 28 September 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Thousands of yards of outing from 5 to It) conts per yard at O. B. Simmons. Laurons Boys at Furnian. II. Del, Burdlne, Gray Court; L. I> lMtts, Laurons; J. C. .Martin, Ora; W. P, Calno, Laurons; J. B. Header son, Mt. Gallavher; G. II. Madden, Wa terloo; S. W. Garrett, Ua'ksdale; W. C Wharton; Waterloo. Everybody invited to attend my opening on Tu08day October 5th. No oards sent out. (). B. Simmons. The I.aureus Advertiser is Inclined to bo facetious. That sprightly week ly says: "The city authorities of Co lumbia sent samples of their drinking water to the groat chemist of Johns Hopkins, who analyzed and pro nounced it pip e and good. The printed analysis should accompany every 'original package' reaching visitors to that point." If the Advertiser were not Inspired by u dosiro to appear funny, It was actuated by envy causod by tho manifest superiority of Colutn bla's water to tiiat which quenches tho thirst of people of Laurens.?Co lumbia Record. WILL THE PRICE OF C...

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 September 1897

The Boy Who Wins. Tho boy who's always wishing That this or that might be, Lbit never trids his mettle, Is tho boy that's hound to seo? His plans all come to failure, His hopes end in defeat, For that's what comes when wishing And working fail to meet. The boy who wishes this thing Or that thing with a will That spurs him on to action, And keeps him trying still When effort meets with failure, Will some day surely win ; For he works oat what he wishes, And that's where "luck" conies in ! The "luck" that I believe in Is that which comes with work, And no one ever finds it Who's content to wish and shirk. The men the world calls "lucky" Will tell you, every one, That success comes, not hy wishing But by hard work, hravely done. ?Kin a 1',. Hi rford. A POST OFFICE HANK. Postmaster General Clary Greatly Interested in a Helioiuo for Its KHtahliHlinteiit. Washington Ktar. Postmaster General Gary is greatly Interested in tho scheme for estab lishing u postal savings bank system and is gett...

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. — 12 October 1897

IThc .ymrcttft %Jn,trttset. VQL- XHI_ LAURENS. S C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 189; ~ " ~~N^7~21~. ATTORNEY GEN, BARBtR SIRIKtS BACK. AN INCIDENT IN THE UNITED STATES COUII r. Charges Made Against State Officials In Ijetciil Papers Called Font) n Warm I'roicBi from Attorney Gen eral Harbor. Tho trial of tho original package ea^es in tho United State? Glroui' Court took a sensational and exciting turn one day last week. In a supple mental bill tiled by Bluthentbal vV Blokart, of Atlanta, against J.O. Long ot al, of Union, it wus alleged among other things that tho Sato OQioers had entered upou a conspiracy ugainst the complainants, and t hat Governor Ellorbe, Attorney Coneral Harbor, Assistant Attorny General Townsuud and Liquor Commissioner Vaneo were tinaneially Irresponsible, totally in solvent and unable to respond to any damages whatsoever against them. These allegations cut to tho bone. M. L. Blokart made them "upon Iiis own knowledge and belief," and the mutter came near bringing on...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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