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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 November 1899

r MRtVa?C?MAKB8HI8R?PI/Y A ft^niBS OF ' SWOMN 8TATK MKNTS. Mftch Affidavit Conclude* With Bay ing That Ouzts' Charge? Are "Ab aolutely False." lCx-Commlsalonor S. W. Vance, who waa the prodocosscr of Mr. Oouthlt, makes a contribution to the current dispensary literature by refuting tho charges of Ouzts with allidavits from sundry persons, and to his card we ? append tho sworn statements without repeating captions and signatures: To the People of South Carolina. Mr. Ouzts, in o n of his ohaptors of revelations, has seen lit to make ohargos against mo. For two yoars 1 held the position of commissioner at the State dispensary. Tho lirst year Mr. Ouzts wa<t tho shipping clerk ; tho second year he was my confidential clerk and bookkooper. My desk was nevor looked. Aa my confidential olork Mr. Ouzts opened all my mall, and at all times had freo access to all my pa pers. During tho two yo<trs that wo worked together Mr. Ouzts at all times treated mo with the utmost courtesy and consi...

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 November 1899

VOL. XV. LAURENS S. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1899. No 6 McKINIVEY TO VIRGINIANS. ATKIUl'IK TO VUIAkt U IlKAT ?J ION The President liefern <l to tho Old Dominion Iii War and Peaeo ?Tho Great Historical Fvr-nts at York town and Appoinattux. Tho launching of thn torpedo boat Shubriok, built in Richmond, Va., aud named iu honor uf Commodore Shu briok, a Southern roan, was a notable event in tho hlfoory Of Virginia, and tho occasion was honored by tho atten dance of Prosidont McKiuley and motu bors of his eubinut. The launching uf tho boat wac a great succors, und the boat was duly ehristoned by littlo Miss Carrlo Shubriok, of Hocky Mount, N. C, a groat-grun? niece of Commodore Shubriek, with tho usual formalities. The Prosldont was introduced by tho mayor o( Richmond, and rosponded us follows : " Mr. Mayor, Ladles and Gentlemon: 1 am glad to meet, my fellow citizens of ltlchmond and join with them in this interesting ouiebratlon in honor of the launehing of the torpedo boat Bhubrlc...

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 November 1899

THE ADVEHTIKKtt. BulHcrTption Prlcc-iB Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. : Tirwrran^T^ Hates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tdon,$1.00;each subsequent insertion, 00 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, y _ . Proprietor. iiAUKKXS, S. ('. Nov., S, 18??. The Dispensary Scandals. Tho big scandal in Penitentiary circles growing out of the manage ment of that State Institution Is to he regretted by all the people of the State. There have been intimations that the opponents of tho dispensary relish tho late unpleasant revelations as tending towards its abandonment by the State. The .suggestion Is cn tlroly unwarranted Whllo It Is true that the management and very enor mous patronage has been monopolised by its friends and advocates naturally, no friend to the Slate however op posod to tho State's oonduot of the whiskey business, takes pleasure in tho dlscomfituro of Its conductors, and the scandals recently attaching to their...

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 November 1899

" '"J>rrl?l??. l?y llobert Bo?ner'a Sons.) CHAPTER XIX. plotting. . Upon arriving at tho house of Nita, Monteri and bis companion questioned her closely about tho oscapo of hor (prisoner, and after hearinv. from her own lips all she had before '.-y ritten to him, thoy decided to lose no time in tracing the missing girl, lest ?ho should reaoh her friends and learn tbo fraud that had been practiced upon them by tbo girl who had provon horself so treaehorous. Monteri mado inquiries of every ono he met couoorniug tho girl, but no one seemod to have scon such a person as ho described. i But it scorns that at times fortune is wont to favor tho wicked; for, after two day?' search, Carlos Monteri learned that a girl had boon found in an unconscious condition, and was a*, that time lyiug ill in tho gipsy camp. This ho learned from a younger mem ber of the tribe, who, upon inquiry, told all ho know of the rescue of the girl and of hor personal appearance. He thon found tbo man Jock, who re...

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 November 1899

i Tho Township Bond Cases. At tho recent term of tho Uni d States Court iu Greeuvile, a mseiit verdiotwa? given in favor f tho bondholders of tho Caro lina, Knoxville and Wostorn rail J?oad oompany against Cooper, linety-Six and Cokesbury Town .'hips, in this county. Those town ships, it will bo remembered, votod ^oonds for tho building of tho road j/about twenty year* ago. The road was never built and iho taxpayers rosisted the payment of the bonds. Tho holders of the bonds oarried the case "into oourt," and it will likely remain "in court" for a long time to come. The fact that the bondholders havo se curod a judgment does not moan that they havo won the oase; on tho contrary, it is claimed by those who profess to understand the mattor, that they are just that much noarer to losing it. The verdict was given by consent of the attorneys for tho townships for the purposo of advauoing tho progrosB of the case. Tho roal fight is to com? up on mandamus proceedings. The attorneys for. th...

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. — 8 November 1899

Tho attention of tho public la In vited to tlio advertisement of tho Now York Life Insurance Company ap pearlng rogulurly in this paper. This coinpauy is not only ono of the strong est life insnranco companies in tho world, hut also one of tho most pow erful financial institutions in oxist ence. It Is a progressive company arid Its polloioB uro always in tho van tor liberality to thoso who wish insur ance. Mr. George C Hodges, of Greenwood, South Carolina, is tho very Intelligent and courteous repre sentative of tho company in this sec tion of South Carolina and ho will bo glad to give instant attontion to al' Inquiries with regard to his compar and its business Thos. K. IIudgon5 and family, of Huh ley, arc now located at Laurens, S. O. The best wishes of Tho Senti nel and Tom's many friends through out tho county attend them.?Piokons Sentinel. The Auve.'jMSER extends to Mr. Iludgcns and his family a cordial wel come to Laurons. Think of a plush cape trimmed tor for $1.25, hut you c...

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. — 8 November 1899

THE COTTON SITUATION We had a conveutiou of cotton grow ers in Raleigh (hit) week for the dis cussion of matters interesting tho cot ton grower aud for the devising of some plan by which tho cotton farmer may realize more for his product. With our Soul h'Tii love for political economy, tho discussion tended mainly towards this aspect of the question, aud the idea of some seemed to he that tho cot ton growers should form a gigantic son of a trust, to hold aud control tho sale of the crop so as to furnish it to the mar ket ns the demand rer. lircs. Then, too, there were those who still aro infected with tho paternalism that would make tho Government organize bonded ware houses for the storage of cotton and the issuing of tub-treasury certificates. What tho convention seemed, to the writei, to have entirely overlooked is tho responsibility of tho individual planter for the existing state of affairs. Tho inveterate cotton grower looks up on cotton as his only resource foruiou cy, and re...

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 November 1899

PltEPAHING FOR NEXT YEAR'S COITON. Correspondence Cotton Pi ant. In our travels over tin: State this Bummer, altendiug our summer scries of Farmen' Institutes, we. have been very much impressed with the Immense increase in the cultivation of the cow pea. Fewer fields arc to hu socn "resting" in the old way by growing up with weeds lor future bivw-sweat iugs, but instead the fanners are fast learning that the best rest for the laud is to keep it in a 3rop that will shade and protect the toil and gather fertility for succeeding crops far faster than the natural growth. Wide areas are now in peas that bore a crop of' small grain, ami the "Clover of the South" is covering fields that never before grew it. Many of these Holds aie in tended for the cotton crop of next year, and as a matter of course the owners arc thinking how best to use the pea ciop. II thoy have taken our advice, so often given in the press, the pens have had a good dose of phos phoric acid and potash in sum ; form, an...

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 November 1899

THE ADVERTISER. ?ttt>?cTf|rtloii Price-19 Months, $1.50 Payable in Adrau*e. ii.~W7li?LL, Kditor. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion,*!. 00; euch subsequent Insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, j Proprietor. _ LAUREN'S, S. V. Nov., 15, 1800. The Forests und the (Jniuc. The columns of THE ADVERTISER show that land owners in Laurons aro interesting themselves to sec that the game birds, fish and other game shall nut bo utterly destroyed, The land owners aro as a class liberal, public spirited and generous. They do not want everything for themselves, but thoy do want the quail, the equirrol, bro' rabbit and the InolTablo opossum for their friends and themselves, llog and hominy may be had every day, but a tray of quail or immortal opossum is a dish to set before a King. Besides night hunting endangers the little for est left in the land and economy and taste demand that the country should not be mad...

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 November 1899

iCVpyn^ht i?v RoMft m>nn?( ?> S"ii?.) CHAPTER WIJ. KID Kill". SCCCBED'? .\t II o'clock of the night tliat ti*%/. aud Carlos Monte? ! hud their last in terview, n dark-robed figure stole^out of tho stile door of llaveusuiere and stealthily made itn way out of tho grounds to the littlo-used road loading past the old haunted house. As the luoon cauio out from behind n oloud for rii lustnut, it revealed th? faot that til-; was that of a woman. After getting beyond sight of any one who might be near tho grounds, she hastened her steps, never pausing until she came up to the ol.l building that eoutnlued the girl, of ?II others, that she wished out of the way, and the mall by whose death sho meant to profit. As she ncaved tho old, broken down porch, she took a small ean from if beneath a dark eloak'w hieb concealed her ligure, athl poured a liquid on tho worm-eaten stops and also on the jamb of the door. Having done that, she took several matoh?S from her poekot and pto oecded to lig...

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 November 1899

A Holiday. Thanksgiving .1? "jood for all to en joy, especially the regularly confined and the hard workers Let business houses and banks be closed. We sug gest tha4 some young man take around an agreement to that effect that clos ing be common to the city. Everybody should liavo fair notice that purchasos may be made and business arranged with reference to the fact. _^- ? J?sX'*i<(fcH In Luck. m ^MiXfeu? bus kept the price of cotton to the top not ob during the entire sea son and will do so to the last. Prices have been day in and day out nhead of New York. It grows out of the fact that the staple Is consumed here and in the neighborhood very largely and our cotton mill officials have bid up liberally and kept the speculating and exporting bears in tho background and on the run. It is fortunate that our farmers have been able to get the full value of tholr product almost at their doors. Arbor Day. Hon. .T. J. McMahan, the able and earnost Superintendent of Education has issued 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. — 15 November 1899

In tho November Magazine Number The Outlook prints a portrait and brief skotch of Mr. James Barnos, now on his way to tho Transvaal as special correspondent for Tho Outlook, Tho article from Mr. Humes on the Trans vaal War and on the problems of South Africa will undoubtedly provo as at tractive a feature in this journal as have tho two series of articles on Cuba by Mr. George Kennan. Auothor series of equal Importance will bo that on tho Philippines by Mr. Phelps Whit marsh, author of "Tho World's Hough Hand." Mr. Whitmarsh Is now In tho Islands as a special commissioner for Tho Outlook. An artlclo on Hawaii in Its present rotations to tho United States, Including an interview with ox-Presidont Dolo appears in Tho Out look for Octobor 28th, and forms tho first of Mr. Wbitmarsh's series undor tho goneral title, "Colonial America," ($:i a yoai Tho Outlook Company, Now York.; Wo havo only a small numbor loft of thoso pictures given with $1 .00 worth of goods. Palmetto Drug Co. Do you ...

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. — 15 November 1899

A PRISMATIC COURTSHIP Woman's Homo Companion. Tho Fueret BiBin*>,ok was just leav ing tho dock at Hobokcn. Up and down the gangplank surgod a moving throng?Btewarda laden with hard bag gage, trucka piled with steamer trunke, girla in seagoing costumes with their arms tilled with roses and fucea bright with anticipation, older women with sober countenances, speaking seriously to grown eons and daughters, who wore to be loft bohind, business moo, look lug important, and college graduates, etui care-tree und intoxicated with ] their uowly found llborty. It was a mutely crowd, pushing,chatting, laugh lng In tho bright Ju^o auushlno. Tho gong sounded for the last time, the stewards rushed aboard, shouting, " All ashore !" und tho llual messages arose In chorus. Blowly tho great ship awuug around and tho cablo loosened. Tho faces on tho dock wore gradually lost in a confused souse of color. " Wo aro really olT, auntlo," said a girl'H voice, gayly. "Now, don't cry, Tor you know you aro ...

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 November 1899

;!'* CiM.OKHf) I.A?OK in KKI.ATIOa * to Tin-: ruosPKinry OF tuio SOUTJIIOHN I'AliMl'U. The past lew years havo,beoa noted for the gr%ttt- amount of < discontent among nil laborl?g und produe.tlvo classes. Tho agriculturist tins coin plained much and with good reason, \ for bo ha? suffered much. Tin?, poor roturns had by him have been acmciont grounds for outcry. lie has appealed to legislation for reli?.-, but bis cry has ! boen unheard. Tho futility ot fur- ' thcr a|>peal is ovidont to every ODO', The farmer :i list bo his own bi>?t I \ friend. All of tho fuggestod, remedies have been tried and have failed. He is as much tho victim of combinations and trut-ts today ?h before be estab Ushcd tbc "Grange." or Joft tho old political parlies to form a third. It is so because capital is so much more ensily combined than labor, and especially this form of labor which is so evenly (list Iibiittd, and c?n from its very nature have no great centers. These conditions are DOt temporar...

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 November 1899

TUE ADVERTISER. Strtmarfptlon Price-12 Mont Im, $1.50 Payablo in Advance. "TT. W. BALL, Editor. Hates for Advertising.-?Ordinary Ad vurtlsoments, per Square, ODO inser tion, $1.00;each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. W. W. Ham., Proprietor. LAUREN'S, S. C. Nov., 22, 18??. Current Events. The count proceeds in old Kentucky and It looks like the Republicans win. In Nebraska there Is a sick Senator aud they talk ol Bryan in the event of a vacancy. The war is active in South Africa. The British eecm to have the advan tage. Much bravery Is exhibited and u spirit of chivalry seems to animate both sides. The chevalier Bayard scorns to be the exemplar of the con testants. That is to say?when a fel low is decently blown up with a shell ?they gather up the remains, incase in rosewood, smother in violets, and sond proper regrets to wife, mother and sisters. Tho Boers should win, but the chances are 1000 to I agalnsf them. In Alabama Senator Morg...

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 November 1899

A Thirty-Six Pound 'Possum. A tolerable tall story .or .a 'possum Btory, but up in Huillivau and Dials whero the venue of the in ouster is laid there Is no reason why he should have St?ppel growing. In the meanwhile, neighLv '^g counties had best be eareful about offering prizos in this direction.?Kditok ADVERTISER. f. A Spartanburg man traveling In the harness and saddlery business is ro sponslblo for the following, the treib Ol whJrc.h be vouches for: The negroes of Gr'vnville county hold a stock show at Pine Hill on October fith, and a 'pOBSuui weighing 31$ pounds and hav ing tusks U inches long was placed on exhibition. Its tall had been out olT and marked In Puddy Shaw's mark.? Ho would not allow any hunting on his lands and that the 'possum must have hoen marked by him during his lifo *Jmp. He haB now beon dead twenty I'Osshsakj, _and tho plantation is now ??o natnod Sob 'Yi'.^a" Babb. Tbl? ^Sparfanbu?S fiSg*1"* ShoalS montned we a]U7f r^m? aud '?oked ap^ , l61t llko wo wore o...

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 November 1899

I ?beta's Double! MEZ i y i f| VDy HELEN V. GREYSON. & (f "l'j ki^'iit. by IM)*;-; lt.iiiiivi'V Siin-.> (?h vrrj.it n.\iy. ?ONTIMKI?. \n he spoke, Uo unconsciously pressed the little liaud thai lay so coiv tentedly in hi*.ami sb? ..-.ist a half-ShV glauce at !?!:< ijv;niv (ace, while a *ofi Mush suffused hor white brow. "Now l will tell you about myself,," she said. ?Jut he interrupted Uer. "Nu. never mind, now; wail until i lake you to my mother, then you t u; (ell us both al once, [see that you are tired from your walk to the sta tion. uu<l now i want you to lay you. head back and rest, while i watoh ovei you," he said, with a tender smile. "Do you know,** she Haid, glauoiur. up at him confidingly, "that i feel =*c much better since i have gotten out oj thai atuft'y .mi.m. i believe that n week or BO spent in tiie Iresh air would make mo t|uite w ell." "That ivottld .five nie more happi iieaa I ban you know." lie said.and then added: "Bui now yon must "obey mi! und re...

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. — 22 November 1899

>yuua'juu?;atauuuuuuuwmaoaaao a *'or the pnat eight weck? Tun. ?ADVERTISER has b'.en sent to aO glarge number of persons who arcH n?ot subscribers. O Ttfo purpose has been to makoO ythein acquainted with the paper InH nthe hope that they would b.'comou Osubscribers g the advertiser prints thoQ pjcounty news, the land sales, then Bjeounty supervisor's notices, thcD gjurlos, court proceedings, all eouutyS -juews and all ioportant news of then nworld. U The Advertiser would liko tog ?enroll all those who are gottlngo Hsamplc copies as subscribers. OnoD gDollar a year in advance. n See our American Agriculturist.! riclubblng otTer. 19 2 B R ?? onnnnnnnoiaanciaacinniannnnnno FINE ANIMALS. Merino, Angora and Ayrshires?J. I>. >V. Watts takes more Premiums than any other Exhibitor. The following premiums wore won by Mr. Jno. D. W. and Col. J. Wnsh Watts at the Sta'-v fair. It Is a splen did showing?' thoir exhibits aro always a good credit totho county. liest Merino Kam, J. Wash Wa...

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. — 22 November 1899

A VALIANT HON 0tf?ANCB* UK FOUGHT AND DIB/OK 1,1X1 B UU (Iraveand UiionIo/Um8 Moiltt ment In the Ltttle/Ur0bjr*r<1 M Flat Kock la tliu RJ tttdK? Moun tains. (Hy MIbs OlauainAhettl ili8^r'a!!. Charleston Chapter, f'* Under the hnah' l!\? niuo, Moan' tain BhadpwB, v/? tho ,peuk8 raise thoir head*BVunward' '," raa; jeBtio ?ilenco, >tlnK. upward, and lifting hoartd U'?feu7'"^ wHto??' life, und tho ncV" ?????'?tionsof etei nlty, may bo f/f a?r?v/! l*.*he , 1 UV churchyard Jo 1" rt <-?>?M?'. at Flat Kock N*1 ^tti*olinui upon wbotio uno8tontath/uVnument is 'bribed theBe Bliupl/t,rd8 : .yies do Choieotil, led in Virginia. June lOlh, 1802. A 8trair W0l,'u Boaroely pause be side thu3n^? stone, except perbape casuall noto tHU fur(!'"? name, un less fa' ar with lho history of France, wheJ)meuibering how broadly tho do u u'a nuvo written it across the pair''' t'l? Ptt?t' ue ,nlKbt wonder by jiJ7trange fatality a member of that gjjgulehed family should have, been j to rest in this rem...

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. — 13 December 1899

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The Gold Standard Supported. " Down With The Trusts i" Great Stress Laid on the Retention of the Philippines?Ouba and Porto Rico Must Have Stable Governments. To tho Sonato and House of Kipreson tatlvos : At tho threshold <?f your dollbora tioiiH, you aro called to mourn with your countrymen ih>. death of Vico President llobart, who pushed from this lifo on tho n.' i nlug of Novombor 21st, last. Iiis groat soul uo'v roata in eternal poaoe. >T ur'./ato lifo was puro and elevated, while his public career waa over distinguished by largo capacity, Btnlnlens integrity and ex alted motives. He baa been romovod from the hlgn ollloo which ho honored and dignified, but his lofty character, his dovotlon to duty, hia houoaty of purpose and noble virtues remain with us as a prlcelcsa legacy and example. The fifty-sixth Congress convenes in Its ?rat regular session with tho emu try in a condition of unusual pros perity, of universal good will among tho people at...

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