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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 12 October 1897

i?? Qduextiser ? o?-iorlptlou Prlco -IS MoutbB, $1.00 PAYABLE IN Al)VANOB? W. W. BALL? EDITOR. Rates for Adyortslug.- Ordlnarj Ad? ?ertlHoiiiHntH, pur square, one Inser tion) Ji.oo-, eaoh subsequent Insertion, 60 contH. Liberal roduution made for largo Ad TertlnaiuoulH. W.W. HAU,, Proprietor ?. LAURENS, S. C, Oot. 12, 1807. in New York. The New York Times reporting the proceed Ingo of the Convention which nomlnatod floury George for the Mayoralty of New York publishes the follow ing: It wrs a long lime before order was restore I after tin: reading of tin- plat* form was concluded. No sooner did the oheertng die away ill one section of tbo hall than it broke forth in ?mother seel ion, and it was not until the chair - man had repeatedly rapped for silenco that the audience romaiuod quiet long enough for Mr, Purdy to read this telegram from Senator Tlllman: "I consider the deinoor itic organize tion that nominated Hour*, Goor^o,the only democratic organization in New York city. If you ...

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. — 12 October 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Cotton. The low price of cotton justifies farm ors holding as long us they oat) do so. Hut a comparison of prices will show that our local buyors aro paying as liberally and more so than any* of our neighbors. Again, our merchants have laid in tho best stocks over brought to tho South and at tho low est prices. Dr. Iloail. We join in the unanimous expression of regret that this most accomplished Kditornnd able divine wilt soon rotiro from the editorship of tho Southern l 'rosby icrian. Card of Thanks For tho many tokens of love for our little departed and the largo measure of sympathy bestowed upon us, we desire to most heartily thank ou ? friends and acquaintances. W. A. Johnson and Wipe, Small precautions often prevent great mischiefs. De Win's Little Early Kiscra are ver> small pills in size, but lire most effective iu preventing the most serious forms of liver and stomacli troubles. They < ure constipation and headache and regu late tho bowels. B. P. Posoy, w...

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. — 12 October 1897

A Tare of Two Jokers.] BY (JHAJRLE8 U LEWIS It used to be tho firm of Baker & White, but Baker purchased White's intorest in the firm, und then tho sign read, "John If. linker." It wus jiiBt aftor this change had taken place tiiat I was made head clerk, and that a stranger named (Jharlos William Thompson appeared in the town of Groendal >. Oar business was that of a general store, and Mr. Baker was the owner of a lag woolen mill in tho town. The roar end of the store, with an ontrauco on a sido street, was divided oil and rented to the govern ment as a post ollice, and there was a door communicating from tho store. Mr. Baker had a largo safe in tho Store, and in this tho postmaster kept Ills spare funds and stamps. Wo had three clerks and a bookkeeper, ami it was rare that any of us hud an idlo hour. Mr. Baker whs u jolly, good-natured man of middle age, who dearly loved a j ike. Peopld used to say that his hearty laugh was as gooil as a tonic. Mr. Thompson arrived in Groenda...

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 November 1897

THE NLW REGIMIi AT CLEMSON COLLEGE. TIIK POLICY OF PRESIDENT IIA Kl ZOO. ".V Co-Worker Willi the Faculty to Carry on tlio Work I'pon Linos Already i'r?dcotcdL" Knowing that a great deal of Interest is naturally felt throughout the State us to tho management and success of tho College under its new president, a correspondent of tho News and Courier called on l'resldeut Hart KOK and asked him to outline his policy rs to tho con duct of the College. Mr. Hartzog gave a pleasant and interesting talk on va rious subjects of Collego work. Ho seems to havo entered heart and soul into his work here, and has made a good impression on his ats iciatcs, who are ready to give him a helping hand for tho accomplishment of the difficult task before biro. One thing has been brought out clearly, and that is that the C illege will not Buffer from any lack of energy on Iiis part, for he hiis shown UDUaual aetivlty. The following remarks rep resent bricily and partially his ideas about the College : Repl...

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 November 1897

gtt?sorlptlon Price 12 Mouths, 91,00 PAYAHL?IS 1 N ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad TertlHOinouts, per sipiaro, one Inser tion, $1.00; eaoh subsequent Insertion, 60 "i'uts. Ltboral reduction made tor largo Ad vertisements. W. W#BALL, Proprietor. LAUHIONS. S. C, Nov. ?, 1897. The Result -Van Wyck (Joes lu. Tammany wins. All the world, the great big world,had it-* eyoson (Jreater Now York last Tuesday. Tammany is no hotter than she should bo, but pro bably better than all the rest. She is atlcast Democratic,:;nd always stood by tho South, win u she could help herself in the game. All the rest, beyond Ma son and Dlxon have, as a rule, been against us, except New Jersey. New Jorsey never kicked out of tho traces uutll Bryan of the VVooly West oarao with his new evangel, Tammany will not steal uny more than I Mutt's crowd Low Is probably a well moaning man, bat he could not purify bis environ i tur nt. Hercules, who cleaned up tho stables of AugeaS, where s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 November 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. FOR RENT -A bed room over W. L. Boyd's store?largo and comfortable Apply at this oHlco lor terms. Wo are glad to stato that Mrs. J. B. Carlisle has suflloiontly recovered from her recent illness to bo able to return homo from Laurons. sbo ar rived bore Tuesday afternoon. Wo hope nho will soon bo restored to her wonted health.--Now Era, Union. Last Notice. Parties hunting on premise* of un dersigned without leavo will be prose cuted. J. I). M.SHAW. FOR 8ALE. Will sell salesday in December next, line farm near Lisbon, known as the Wright place, between 100 and 1300 aoros. Will sell in a whole or tracts to suit. One-half cash ; balanco ou a credit ono and two years. j. n. Wright, h. y. Simpson. Tho ' Utcyolist's Rost Friend" Is a famil iar name for DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve, always ready for emergencies. While a specflle for piles, it also instantly relieves and cures cuts, bruises, salt rheum, oe/.omu und all affections of tho skin. It never fails. B. F. Posoy, wholesal...

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 November 1897

(Copyright, 1807, by ?l: "tc RiwwU.] It was in that voyage that 1 took in / the Empire that 1 made up my mind to / knock off tho sea. Wo was homeward bound from Adelaide, and I W08 keep ing a lookout one black night on the ?P' fok'file, when, there coming n yelling epit of soaking blast slap into toy face, I lifts up my fist and brings it down on the rnil. For mere than 20 year had I Dscd tho sea, and what was it come to? An old chest, two or three shifts of rags, a pair of Boa boots and a'help me, no more. Through tho Improvidence of ?ho sailor? By thunder, then, no! What's Providence got to do with such n withered life as the ocean? Saving means getting, and where in niggers is the getting to be found where it's all living hard, faring hard, dying bard and going to hell after all? Beef you could chisel into snatch blocks, pork too foul to grease your bor's with, kirks and curses aft, wet and famine forrards?is it good enough? With a fok'slo so full of tired Dutch men?why, when the...

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 November 1897

BRYAN'S VILWS OF POLI1ICAL OUTLOOK. TALKS AUOIJT KKCKN V KIjKC IION8. Tho Democratic V lot or ten in Ken tucky und Nr? York. Dem iintrulo u Change ol Sentiment. Lincoln. Neu., Nov. 8.?The eleo> tiouM of 18U7 indicitto dls*atlsfaotion witb Republican policies, an I presage the overthrow ol the H -publ ? ,m party They also inciicato that tb i bolt Dg Demoorats cannot long uniiii! do a eop arnto organization, and must Ither go over to the Republicans or return to tho regular Democratic pat v and ac cept the platlorin adopted in Chicago in 1890. In tho homo of tho president., as well as the home of Mr. Banna, el trman of tho Republican national e<umittee, the Republican majority was el most re duced one half, and the legislature i& close. Certainly fu Ohio, il anywhere Republicans might have ex. eted to hold their own, but instead o doiug so they have shown a distinct lesin spite of the fact that they had an abundance of money for campaign purp -es. and an organization as comp...

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 November 1897

lUDsorlptlon PMco?-12 Moutuu, S1.50 PAYABLE! IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Raten for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, pur square, one Inner tlon,?l.0?; eaobsubsequent Insertion, *>u cents. Liberal roduction made for largo Ad . verllseniHiits. W. W. BALL, Proi?rietor. LAUHENS, S. C Nov. 10, 1807. f ho prevailing fashion of parading boys and girls of the State Colleges, Clomscn and Winthrop, the Citadol and ?ho South Carolina College at the State Fair is of doubtful wisdom ll may help to swell and boom the t tun ing town of Columbia; it may ho'p tho railways: it may help tho corporation known 11s the Ptato Agricultural and I Mechanical 60dety; it may give a I pleasant outing and recreation to the ]f grown-up children who arc heads of I these schools. Rut a week olf to the I young ladlos and gcntloiucn from tho I continuity of ( oilego training In tho \ middle of tho sosslon Is out of all pro I portion with good sense. Tho girls I may never have seen cabbages, cry santhemums...

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 November 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. The CusMihiinnnii. Our friend, II. P. Blakely, a veteran soldier, Is the vetoran horticulturist of the county also. Ho has left us specimens of the new and beautiful fruit which hears the name at the head of this notice. The fruit Is not unlike a watermelon, except uniform in shape and is delightful for preserv ing. The vine grows upon trellis and is quite ornamental. AT THE OPERA HOUSK. The appearance of a minstrel organ ization is now so rare a theatrical event, that, by striking contrast with the past, it forcibly recalls to the minds of all eld theatre-goers the time when similar troupes were counted by the tens where they now only figure in the units. Tin- burnt cork artist is distinctively nil American product,and with more or less prominence he has been in evidence on the stage for over three-quarters of a century. As early as 181B negro impersonations were given in connection with melo drama '"it it was not until lsg{ that special minstrel troupes were or ganiz...

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 November 1897

(Copyright, 1807. bj A. Q. Hawking] "Seeing that my father Henry is dead and (hat I am king, seoiug also that I am no longer a bachelor, bat a married man (and bore Ii", bowed to Margarot of Tuscany, bis uowlywcddod wife), and Bcoiug thai * 1:i is turned 20 years of age?why, WO are till going to bo sobor folk at Strolsou from this day forward, and wo aro going to play no pjore pranks, line s a plodgo of it." And, having said this, King Rudolf III took a deep draft of W1M0. At this moment the ushorsannounced that the Lord Hurry Oulvorhouso hud come to take his leave of t heir majesties - nud of tho princess. This goutlomau bad accompanied the cmbnsny that oumo from F.nglaud to COUgnitulatO the king OU his marriage, and bo bad staid some months in Btrcls?u, very eagerly acced ing to the king's invitation to prolong bis visit, for Blich \vi rO his folly und headstrong passion that ho had fallen most desperately in lovo with the fair face of Princess Osra and could not en dure to live o...

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 November 1897

THE PH1NOBTON INN. A College An-aiiKcinciii that IIa? Created a lmrgo Amount of Kx oltomcut Throughout tho Coun try. The fight against the Princeton Inn, a hotel established at Princeton, N. J.. for tho special use of students and patrons of Princeton University, bun attracted the attention of thousands nil over tho country. It is said that the Now Brunswick Bynod will take some sort of action upon tho matter, especially in tho case of Prof. Shields, who was one of tho signers of tho petition upon which tho inn was grunted its license to Bell liquors. Another of the bignors was ox-Presl dent Cleveland, whose signature it wus that gtive the inn management tho necessary numbor of signatures to insure tho issuunce of tho license,. Professor Shields, who is a minister of tho Presbyterian church, and bears tho title doctor of divinity, bus been eevorely criticised by parts of tho coun try, and a resolution condemning him will bo introuueed at tho meeting of tho synod. If it is adopted, h...

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 November 1897

eubscrlption Price?12 Months, 11.60 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. riatos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Yor?Homents, por square, ono lusor fclOU, $1.00; ?ach Hiibsvqiumt insertion, 50 ^entH. Liberal reduction mado for laricoAd /ertiH?iueutH. W.W. BALL, Proprietor. LAU BENS, S. Om Nov. 23, L897. The pardon of Buieo und May, State whlskoy constables, convicted of man slaughter by a Spartanburg Jury lnis excited considerable newspaper com ment. This Is not surprising. The law requires of the Governor, in case of a pardon, to render to the General Assembly the ronsjns for the exercise of this pardoning power. It is not sur prising,beoause of late years, the G >V* ernor seems to have forgotten this pro vision of the law, and simultaneous with the exercise of this power, there appears in the great dallies, a state ment of justification intended for tho mighty reading public This neces sarily raises a presumption that an ar gument is wanted to bolster up the Governor. The public...

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 November 1897

HOME AFFAIRS. Miss Redona Griffin, of Ninety-Six, will take charge of'.he school at Tip Top, Laurens eounty, to-day. The pa trons have done well to secure the ser vices of this young lady.?Greenwood Journal. The annual meeting of tho Stock holders of the 0. & W. 0. railroad was held here last Friday and tho follow ing board of directors olected; J. B. Clevoland, J. A. Brock, J. O. C. Flem ing, J. B, Doughty, Avory Patton and D. A. 1'. Jordan. J. B. Clovoland was cleeted President; W, J. Cralg, Gen oral Passenger Agent, A. W. Ander son, Superintendent. ? Greenwood Journal. Don't fail to see Jamioson's lino of Capes and Jackots before buying. Special low pricos on ovorything in Shoos this wook at Jamieson's. 1,aureus Drug Company. Look into their beautiful store?tlie most exuqisito - tasteful-useful things. Don't get sick ami you wont need your prescriptions filled. We are only call ing attention to the beauties that ladies and gentlemen consult for Ohristmas, birthdays, weddings,...

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 November 1897

AN EGYPTIAN ELIXIR By TRANK M. EASTMAN. [Copyright. 1S97. by tho Author.) Thou oouldnt toll US, if Hint lCftthom tongue Cotthl toll What thoso dim. Blghtlenn eyes lmvo soon, How tho world looki^t when U was fresh and young Anil tho great deluge still had left It green. ?llovaeo Smith. I hud been exploring a largo rock tomb to tho vicinity of Karuuk for a number of weeks in tho summer of 18?? It was a comparatively old discovery, butowiiiKto tho remarkable character of the tomb I hud thought it well worth rny while to glean for 8O0b details as might have escaped tho notice of earlier vi ?i tore. Tlio opening to tho scpulchcr, acci dentally discovered, consisted of a straight passage, barely permitting of tho entrance of a Single individual at a time npOU his hands and knees. Its sides wero of red granite, beautifully pol Ishod, which glittered du/./.lingly in the light of the explorer's torch. This en trance ran straight hack into tho hill for a distance of some ?00 feet, when it sud...

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. — 30 November 1897

_ I Hie ^wctm %htxt\ut, VOL. XIII_LAURENS. S C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1897. No WHY SHED EACH OTHER'S BLOOD? THE PREVALENCE OK IIOMICTDK AT TUB SOUTH. A Cnlm and Philosophical Discus* slon or a tJroat KvM that Casts its Blight iii><>? Southern Civilization ?Thun Now for our l'eoplo to Kman? olpateThemselves from the Tyranny of a Iiloody Custom. [The following contribution to the Sun day News is from tho pen of Col l?dward McCrady, of Charleston, and merits a care ful perusal from oil of our citizens.?Eu.J Every law-abiding citizen must stand appalled at tho frequency of homicide in tho State. There is scarcely an issue of a paper whioh does not chronicle or comment upon some affray or "ditliculty," as it is euphemis tically tormod, involving tho life of sumo eitizon. It, is verily true that our brothers' blood crios out from tho ground against us. Some years ago?1880?thoro ap peared a work entitled " Homicide, North and South," in which Mr. Red iiold, tho author, in no unkin...

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. — 30 November 1897

<|?e C^duertiser ? obsoripMon Price-13 Months, $1.00 PAYABLE IN A I) V ANCK. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ?ertlRoinnntH, pur square, one Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 50 otoitM. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W.HALL, Proprietor. LMJKKNS. S. C. Nov. :U>, I8?7. Newbold's Surrender. This i? thu funniest thing that has occurred since Cain This early worthy was simply turned out to go at large. But ho howled at the brand put upon his brow. Nowhold went to the House of Refuge at Columbia and through the pots of the State Administration us high diplomats arranged that he should not be molested until the Court at Spartanburg should adjourn. It was a wholesome regard for Justice which diplomats at Columbia and the State's Governors well considered. Nowbold was then allowed to return to the bosoms of his distinguished friends in York and Chester. Finally the Court at Spartanburg adjourned until March next and the diplomatic...

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. — 30 November 1897

HOME AFFAIRS Miss Belle Cralg loft last week for her home in Laurens County, after a pleasant visit to Miss Mosoloy.?Pros perity Advertiser. Novombor and Decembor aro the months in which wo generally mako our largest collections. Thoro has been a falling off this month from tho rocord of pi ovlous years however and we must insist that our friends help us out during December. Mr. A. C. Watson has lately moved hero from the Barksdale section of Laurons county. Ho comes to be of tho Oreonwood people, to oducate his children aud to take up all tho duties of good ottlzenship. The peoplo of Greenwood aro always glad to have such additions to hor population.? Groenwood Index. The Commissioners appointed by tho Governor to conduct tho eloetlon in tho portotn of Cokesbury township, now In Abbeville county to vote as to whether or not thoy will como Into the now county, havo refused to ap point manager-) of election on tho ground that thoy havo no money with which to pay them, and both Abbe v...

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. — 30 November 1897

By A. L. D?ANE. [Copyright, 1S07. by tho Author.] Wo wore going to Europe. Mr.i. Wal lis bad written to mo at Christmas time, which I spent in tho (Jity of Mexico with Jack Darrcll and his wifo, asking mo to accompany hof. My pooketbook bappenod to bo un usually "high grado" just then?to uso n westornism?an Jack had taken mo down to Mexico in his private ear and given mo no opportunity to squander xny mo lest income, so I wrolo to Mrs. Wallis and accepted her invitation. New York was almost as much of a foreign city to us as any wo would seo on the other sido of tho Atlantic, hut although our stay there had bei U cir cumscribed by tho Now York hotel, tho best shops and tho passable theaters, and in tho nature of things wo could not expect to bo escorted down to tho pier by tho proprietors of any of those, however sorry tiny might be to witness our departure, being accustomed to tho ready friendships and cordial relations of the west, wo felt a triilo blue at hav ing no goodbys to sa...

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. — 7 December 1897

VOL. XIII LAURENS. S C, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1897. 00 , , , _ _ IN O. /cy. THE FAHMLRS' AND MECHANICS' COLLEGE, A COMPDK.TK Sl&tilOH OF < MOI SON. A Comprehensive View <>r iiie Greatest Agricultural and Indus trial College in Clie South?tin Different Department*) and their Equipment ami Methods of Teach I To the Editor of The News ami Courier: Behoving that tho people of the State will be glad to know how Clem fcon College Is equipped for the work of industrial education, and how this equipment of teaching force, build lugs and apparatus are employed, 1 v< ry gladly comply with your request to write for Tho News and Courier an outline sketch otClomsOD and the work of training our youth into linos which will lit them for maximum ust fulness in the battle of life under the new alignment of its industrial activities. You havo done much through the columns of your journal, which you have oonduotod upon such an elevated plane as to command the respect of all intelligent r...

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