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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 January 1898

i^Ke Qduertiser labaorlptlon Frlo?-l2 Months, ?l.oo " PAYABIiK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. ??ton for Atlvortlsing.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squaro, one inser tion, $1.00; oaehsubsoquont luHorthni, 50 ??on Ik. Liberal reduction made for largo A?l Terttsemouts. W.W.BALL, Pronriotoi. LAURENS. S. 0., Jan. 1?, 1898. OUR KOLONS. Both Houses promptly convened in General Assembly on Tuesday last. President of the Senate, Lieut ?OV erno.1 McSweony, and Speaker of the House Gary,made their little speeches. The Senate has grown a deal, Dorches ter, Bamberg, SaUida, Cherokee and Greenwood, now counties,having Sena tors. The House stands at the old number, 124. Tho llouso got down promptly to work and soon disposed of the matter on tho calendar coining down from the last session. The indi cations aro that it will bo a working body. A Senator is to be elected but it is a mere matter of form as Senator MoLaurln will reoeive tho vote of overy Democrat. Chiof Justice Mc Ivor will bo ro elec...

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. — 18 January 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. As to Obituaries. The rule of tili? Ofllce as to the pub lication of Obituaries, has always been that such matter in excess of ten lines was chargeable, at the same rate as advertising?one dollar per square, space of one inch. We now extend the limit to twenty lines. All obituaries exceeding this limit must be paid for at said rate. TO SUBSCRIBERS. A groat many of THE Advkktiskk's subscribers are in arrears,?many more than usual. It is impossible for tho pa per to got along unless its subscribers pay. During the year wo have ondoavored to glvo you the worth of your money. Your county paper publishes news that you can get In no other paper. Tho big weekly editions of dally papers publ'ihed in Atlanta and other cities, that you get for a low pi ,oo make you think that the price of your county pa per Is high. But those big weeklies do not toll you who is on the jury in Lau rons. Thoy do not toll you who of your frionds aro married and who aro dead. You cannot call upon th...

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. — 18 January 1898

GEH. ROBERT E. LEE. A Birtlidav Memorial to tho South ern Ohioftain. A CONDENSED BIOGRAP?.Y. Lifo oftho Great Confederate Military Leader. Horn on tho imti of January, 1807, Died on tho ?.'th of October, 1870?nin Strong Character*- III? Stern Si-lino of ?Suttee?Ills Distinguished Ancestry. : III* DoTotl.m to III? Mol'ier RH? III? ' I.ovo for Children* Great men of great epochs m e few. Oen. Robert Edward Lw, whoso birthday this Sketch Is designed lo commemorate, was ono It has been said that "history will doolaro that tho mortal remains of tho man which rcpov/ In the vault beneath the littlo ehapol in tho lovely Virginia valley uro not only those, of a valorous soldier, but those of a great and good American.N "Success often gilds the ?hallow man, but it disaster aloiio that re-1 Teats tho qualities of true greatness." OEN. ROBERT r.. LEE. Lee's ancestry dates back to pure Xor Einn blond, nnd Ids American ancestors wore dlstiugui lit l men i: om tho Ural Richard Loe, who camo over t...

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. — 25 January 1898

The Golden Honeymoon. It was a perfect night. The BUver uuiiin!ij' Ii t th>o..ed all tho fumiliur land scape, bathing it in mystic d?. pths of Unfathomable brightness u?iu transfig uring all things into a fairy-llko beauty. A beautiful night?a night of stars autl tloccy cloudlets, ami soft sweet odorfl from a thousand pungent leaves and fragrant flowers distilled by the silent dews. Olive and Janet hud gono upstairs to their little room, und now sat upon the lloor beside tho low window looking out into tho moonlight. On suuh a night sloop wad out of tho question for an hour at least, and so they sat, slow ly unfustoning their hair und gradually preparing for bed. A murmur of familiar voices on tho llttlo porch below sounded in their ours and hushed them to silence. They loaned togcthor on tho window-sill and listened. Tho s'ttors knew tho voices well?the dear voices of father and mother. They had como out into tho porch boforo going to bed, and when sitting, though they could not...

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. — 25 January 1898

<|fie Qclwrtiseir ?absoriptlon Price PAY AMMO : W. W. BA i .i Kates for Adyortie.; Tertlsements, poi tlon, $1.00; cadi SO oouts. Liberal reduction rertlHomontu. ontbs, ? 1.00 "OJt. inary Ad one inser ?, Insertion, r larico Ad W.HALL, Proprietor. ?b. 8, 1898. jnnl an;cud of tin: Geu ? stead of all ot tin; op'm issod. Still n elected cv: ry ? ?listen to . and from ; -truck a ? die Senate >y ; wo way side ;: l very sonsi iOO College ex LAURRNS. 01 In tho Senat' mont to make I oral Assembly nual was killed? ion that it slioul. Logisluture shoul. two years. There was a stout debate In tho Senate on lho Hill to put tele graph, tolephorie and express com panies under the control ol the Hail Road Commissioners. They refused to kill it, but exempted telephoni s. Tho opponents of the measure exprosscd much sympathy for tho ulroady over worked Hail Road Commissioners and ono Sonator suggested thai the Com missioners would demand nun c pay - "all work and no play niak< s Ji dull boy." ...

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. — 25 January 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. A* to Obituaries. The rule of this Oftice as to tho pub lication of Obituaries, has always been that such matter in excosH of ten lines was chargeable, at the same rate as advertising?one dollar per square, space of one inch. We now extend the limit to twenty tines. All obituaries exceeding this limit must be paid for at said rate. TO SUBSCRIBER!). A groat many of The Advektiskk's subscribers are in arrears,?many nioro than usual. It Is Impossible for the pa per to got along unless Its subscribers pay. During tho year wo havo endeavored to give you the worth of your monoy. Your county paper puhllshes news that vou can get In no other paper. Tho hlg wookly cdltloiiBof dally pnpors published in Atlanta and other cities that you get for a low prlco make you think that the price of your county pa per is high. But theso big weokllos do not toll you who is on the jury In Lau rent. They do not toll you who of your friends aro inarrlod and who aro dead. You cannot call upon th...

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. — 25 January 1898

PRACTICAL SUG 3ESTIONS. T11K EXPEDIENCE OF FAliMEKS WHO HAU GOOD ADVICE TO STAUT WITH. Editor Cotton I'lnnt: Enclosed you will find nu article ol Mr. Ellisou s. Ke;tt, which 1 clipped from a rccont cepy of Tht liegister. I think it will i Wear publication in your columns. Hla experience is so Bimllar.to uiy own that I desire to emphasize Iho lesson taught by giv.'ug endorsement to tlie ttuth of the plan. Tito hither of the writer began farming in 1828 wilhout ? foot of laud of his own, and by hard work, good judgment and economy, making all things needed on the plan tation, ai.d having his COtlOU as n sur plus crop, and by having u Burplus every year of com, peas, I odder, oats. Wheat', CO tie and wool, was in 1801 WOrtlt about $160,000. His advice to me was almost identical to that glVOU by Col. Kcitt's father to him. I can, after au oxporleuoo of S'2 veers, testify to the S' UlldnCSS of Iho advice. 1 have followed on a small scale the advice rIvoii oxcept lhat l have uot sohl cott...

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. — 8 February 1898

Cotton Mill Situation Rtvicwcd BETTER MARKETS REQUIRED. The New Tuglaud Mills aro Suffering Because '1 hey Oauuot Soll Thuir Products at a Profitablo Price. Col D. A. Tompklns, of Charlotte, N 0., who is in muny respects tho best informed Southerner on tho cotton mill eituat on, Is takintr a keen in terest in tho Now Engl .ml labor troubles. Ho lives in tho vory centre of tbo Southern cotton mill belt, und has within the past few weeks visiud every milling section in this country. His version of the situation Is 'com the standpoint of a cotton mil) manufac turer of long experience, as well as one who six aks from intelligent obser vation. VV th referent* j to tho indus try in tho North and South, respec tively, the past and present conditions, thosocalUd "sectional rivalry" and tho future in both sections, he suys : "The New England mills are Buffer* ing because they cannot soli their pro ducts at a i rotitablo price. The South ern mills are underselling them; not became tin y liko ...

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. — 8 February 1898

? absoilptlon Price 12 Months, 11.60 PA YABLE IN A i> VANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertlseniouts, por Bquare, one Innor tlou, ji.oo; each subsequent lusortlou, 50 "Uli t M. Liberal reduction mado tor largo A>1 rertlsomoutH. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. C. Feb. 8, 1898. OLK S0L0NS. In the Senate u constitutional amend ment to make the Sossions of the Gen eral Assembly biennial, Idstead of an nusl was killed. We aro of the opin ion that it should have passed. Still a Legislature should be elected every two years. There was a stout debate In the Senate on tho Ii II to put tele gruph. telephone and OXprOSB com pares under the control of the Kail Road Commissioners. They refused to kill it, but exempted telephones. The opponents of the measure expressed much sympathy for the already over worked Kail Road Commissioners and ono Senator suggested that the Com missioners would demand more pay- - "all work and no playmakts .lack a dull boy." Anoth...

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. — 8 February 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. Aa to Obituaries. The rule of this Oflice as to the pub lication of Obituaries, lias always been that such matter in excess of ten lines was chargeable, at the same rate as advertising?one dollar per square, space of one Inch. We now extend the limit to twenty lint*. All obituaries exceeding this limit must be paid for at said rate. TO SUUSCHI H11KS. A groat many of THE ADVERTISER'S subscribers are in arrears,?many more than usual. It is Impossible for the pa per to got along unless Its subscribers pay. During the year wo have endeavored to glvo you the worth of your monoy. Your county papor publishes nows that ou can get in no other paper. The if? wookly odltlonsof dally papers published In Atlanta and other cltlos that you get for a low price make you think tha*. the prlco of your county pa por Is high. Hut these big weokllos do not toll you who is ou the jury In Lau rons. They do not toll you who of your friends are married and who aro dead. You cannot call upon the...

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. — 8 February 1898

NKW COUNIY <JOVI<;KNiUt:N 1" BILL. Oueoflhe Mu?i Important Measures I mi o(I'.n < (I lu the heiittt?. Senator D. S. Henderson, of Aiken, is the author of uuu ol tho meal Import ant bills introduced in either house uf the gouural ascombly this session. It is to provide a system uf county gov ernment for the vurious counties el ttio Slate and proi/Oacs sovorul radical changes from the prt sent law, which since its enactment bus not lailtd to I havr several amendments to it cllorod I at each bossiou of thu legislature. Tee object of Mr. Henderson is, if ptwlble, to secure a uuiloriu law vvlilUtl will prove satisfactory to all tiio counties. With that tnd 10 view bo OrtfelUlly prepared a bill. When tbo disoussiuu of it cauiu up a number of amendments weru offered. These, wiin tlio bill, :wero submitted to a ^1" eiui com mittue, and tbu tollowtug bill is the resu.t of tbo combined wisdom of tlio Senators Constituting that committee: Suction 1. ThHt tbo present boar-is of county ...

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. — 15 February 1898

VQL- XHI ____ LAURENS. S C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1898. 1 ~ / j?o. 39./' THE LIQUOR QUESTION IN THE HOUSt. AN EARNEST U ED ATE <>N THE ALL-ABSORBING TOl'IG. * in- Dispensary, IUkIi Ltoeuse und Prohibition Ail Have Their Cham pions?Tho Dlsouselon Waxes Warm and the SpeukorH Grow Eloquent? At the conclusion of tho third read* ins bills, Mr. Childs culled fur the spe Ola) order of tho day, his hill " to pro vide for tho election of a Stato board of control, und to further regulato tho bitlo, use, consumption, transportation und disposition of intoxicating ui.d alcoholic liquors of liquids in this Stute, for medical, scientific and roc ehunicul use only, and prescribe f >it - ther penalties for violation of tho dis pensary laws, and to police the same," Mr. Stevenson stated that the p ud lug question .was :' , I'olloek's ub- | stituto hill which bad boon offered as an amendment to Mr. Childs' bill. As Mr. Pollock was uuito unwell and might be for several day8, Mr S'ov< n son ...

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. — 15 February 1898

fabsorlptlon Vlzo 12 Months, Tl.no PAYAlil.r, IN ADV A NOK. W. W. HA LI,, EDITOR. Rat?? for Advertising.?Ordinal \ Ad Tsrtlnemonls, per square, one (tutor* tirtii, *f l.oo; eaoh subsequent Insertion, SO -?11 tH. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C. Feb. 15, 1898. OLK SOLONS. To-morrow i-, fixed for adjournment sink die. There hna boon little legis? lation of a gonoral eharaotor affecting tho State at largo. Tho Dispensary was the question of questions from the jump but as we prophesied nothing bus been done. Prom the dwarf to the giant Statesman evory mothers son of them was wary on this burning ques tion, looking to go to Congress, to he Governor, or on the Board of Control, upon tho issue?dispensary or no dispensary. Mr. child's prohibition bill was finally knookod out. Oconee, York and L'lokons have been exempted from the operation of the Dlsponsary Law. These aro border counties, r> - mote from the demoralizing center-; of o...

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. — 15 February 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. A* to Obituaries. The rule of this Ofllco as to tho pub lication of Obituaries, has always been that such matter in excess of ten lines was chargeable, at the same rate as advertising?one dollar per square, space of one inch. We now extend the limit to twenty lint*. All obituaries exceeding tills limit must be paid for at said rate. TO SUBSCRIBERS A groat many of The Advertiskr's subscribers aro in arrears,?many more thau usual. It is Impossible for tho pa per to got along unless Us subscribers pay. During the year wo havo endeavored to gIvo you the worMi of your monoy. Your county papor publishes news thut you can get in no other paper. Tho big weekly odltionsof dally papers published In Amanta and other oltles that you get for a low price make you think that the prlooof your county pa per is high. But these big weeklies do not toll you who is on tho jury in Lau rent. They do not toll you who of your friends aro married and who aro doad. You cannot call upon them to p...

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. — 15 February 1898

AUNT b'LEAiNOR. A LOVE STORY, 1JY A UIU.K.W n.l.i; AUTHOR. From Tho Ureouvillo Mountaineer. "Ob, Aunt, Eleanor, l am bo ?lud to bo bare with you, and to see something real again. 1 am very tired ol my lifo. It all seems suoh a make*believe and bbam. I am tired of ball? anil recep tions, where evt n tho smiles are false, unU where the words and dresses are all *ot to the one same tune ol lixcil rub s and etiquette. So, Auutie, I left it all, and came away l j you, where I could bear tho crickets Bing, and the uiu-io of the (rugs, and learn contentment from looking into your dear old peace ful face.'' Aunt Eleamor looked up from her knitting into the fair faceol tho young girl; it was a very young and lovely face to be saying such tilings. Eclioiu but leaning far buck in the big arm chair, with her arm.-, stretched above her bpad, gazing into the lire, and her | dark brown eyes looked into the? coals with a deep, wistful longing, as if searching mi something In their glow ing depths. ...

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. — 22 February 1898

? Money Won w. j. bryan un tub ratio. No Plunk of the Chicago Platform is to be Abandoned -'1 ho Silver Leader Gives the Reasons. The New York Journal prints the following article from Wm. J. H yau : In answer to your iiquiry, 1 submit sumo of the reusous a huh lead mo U believe that the money question pre sonts an issue which is still paramount in importance. In the platform adopted at Chicago, the Democratic party said : " ltccogni/.iug that the money ques tion is paramount to all others at this time, wo invite attention to the fact that the federal constitution named silver und gald togetnor us the moi.oy metals of the United Stales, und thai tho first coinuge law passed Ic, C ?n gross under tho constitution made, tie silver dollar tho monotary unit anu admitted pold to froo coinage at a ratio based uponthe silver dullttr unit After thus elevating the qutBtloo to the place of supreme importance, the platform proceeded to point out tbo effect of an appreciating dollar, and declare...

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. — 22 February 1898

<|?e: Qduertiser anbsorlptlon Price?13 Months, tl.BO FAYABLKIN ADVANCE, W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad Yartlsemonts, por Hquaro, one inser tion, $1.00; each auosequent insertion, 50 ceuta. Liberal reduction in ado for largo Ad vertisements. W.W.BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS. S. C. Feh. 22, 18?H. OUR 8OL0NS. Tho Legislature adjourned on Wed nesday night last after a session of thirty-six days. We are always criti cal, but not hypercritical and it is no o.'ssary to hold a whip over public offi cers. As a rule we aro merciful and try to bo just Wo have said that the Gonoral Assembly was a mediocre body. Reviewing their work wo desire now to commend them for a fairly industrious body and liberal and honest, looking to the intereBt of the State. In the mat ter of elections thoro was too much politics?entirely. No good, but bad may come of it to the Demootatio party. Wo instance tho littlo band of forty who voted against Molver as a sam; lo?ho should have been unani...

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. — 22 February 1898

HOME AFFAIRS. As to Obituaries. The rule of this Offico as to the pub lication of Obituaries, has always been that such matter in excess of t*? lines was chargeable, at the same rate as advertising?one dollar per square, space of one inch. We now extend the limit to twenty lines. All obituaries exceeding tins limit must be paid for at said rate. TO SUBSCRIBERS A great many of THE Advektiskk's subscribers aro in arrears,?many moro than usual. It is impossible for the pa per to got along unless its subscribers Louring tho year wo h'avo endeavored to give you the worth of your money. Your county paper publishes news that you can get in no other paper. The big weekly editions of dally papors published in Atlanta and othor cities, that you get for a low prico make you think thai the prico of your county pa per 1b high. But these big weeklies do not toll you who is on the jury in I.au reus. They do not tell you who of your friends aro married and who aro dead. You cannot call upon them to...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 February 1898

H&MIXC IX SOt CAKOUN \. H iv CAN m; MAD*; TO J'AY o.i A H bknOLK <>K A SMALL SCALE. ?He ud to The News and Courier. |Hi'()Ai:i.iM. k. i, Feb. 10. Tin i cilal H the advantages ol South < arolina Homing hinds has for some years been Hiorc than a twice told tale. No one Henk? the evident facts concerning llu Mwondorful productive capacity of llic^e ? fertile acres, and yet but few do heed I the oft repealed invitation to come and I buy wine and milk ahnod witliou. f money and without price. There art many reasons for ibis and each reason can be traced directly to one woutcc. That was a very smart little hnj who rccebtly said in reply to a qucfliou, "What is a farm?" that "A farm is a body of land surround, d by a barb wire fence." Had he been a Tilth wiser he would have added that tlioy were, frequently unrounded by inert gages also, and that innumerable crops of wasted moments and .vastc lands brought the inevitable harvest of bar ren results. And, while he was telling un...

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. — 1 March 1898

GR? BRIGADE OF SOU IH CAROLINIANS BLOOMY ItECOltliS OF t K DERAILS AND CONFEDERATES. Orr'? First Rettlment of Uitl<s Headed tbo iam on Our Hide?Tho Eighty -Third Pennsylvania Lied the 1 i (Ii l > I Hosts. Charleston Sunday News. Tue bloody records of ttio civil war show some interesting parallels be tween ttio records of regiments on tho e>pp> H;ng -ides, as shown i?> George L,. KllUier, writing lu t'io Now York Sun day Advertiser. Pennsylvania ohamplooed tho North in Hie contest for lirst place on tho roll of honor, und a trifle over 7 per cent of her quota of toldier.- in t ueath on the battittleld. South Carolina led the South? i n States, and sacrificd over 23 pt r ct ut of her military population as it stood in 1861. Hud the combat bueu 1 ft to these two Commonwealths tbo K y.-ione would have annihilated the Palme t'.o, and have come out of the contest with an army large enough to intimidate tho umpire, if no disposed. Sou.li Carolina furnished tho regi on nt ibu...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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