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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 January 1900

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription Priee?r.2 Months, *l ..><> Payable in Advance* B. w. BALL, Ldilnr. itnt?* for Advertising, Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, one inser tion,$1.00; each subsequent insertion, 80 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. AAl KI.NS, S. ('.. Jan., 24, 11)00 (ITIt LEGISLATURE. The Editor of tit is paper has watched the proceedings of the Legislature now In BeSilon with more tbatt ordinary at tention, lie has come to tho conclu sion that it is more than an ordin arily able body. Senate and H0U80. There are manifestations of a broad gauge tendency. The Senate can boast an unusual array of real clover men. Bhepperd. one of the best bal anced and all round men the State ever had, Is particularly :i Statesman. Then there is Henderson, Mayfiold, Barnwoll, Archer, Mower, Dean, Wal ler, Manning. Gruydon, Livingston and others, all strong men of mark that make the body peculiarly able compared to slmlliar parliamentar...

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 January 1900

A suit instituted In tho Common Ploas, 111its county, in the last tax 'lays has, and Is exciting some comment.? Ordinarily the Court Home is mich a common place and law-suits, such wearisome affairs that people bent on >eaco, (iuiet and order and who menu to hold a good opinion of humanity, scrupulously avoid its appurtenances, just as they say good folks avoid and dodge p ditlCB and elections, hut the matter wo have in hand is exciting talk. About tho 1st of May 1809 as reported, it was telephoned from Clinton to the Sheriff of the county that one John K Chancy was raising high jink-, was as crazy as a loon and the wife and family of the madman In Imminent peril.The Sheriff phoned to apply to the efll olont police of Clinton and that he himself was without authority in the promises. Subsequently, a son of the unfortunate gentleman came to this city ami, upon proper affidavits and or der of the Judge of Probate, the Sher iff sent his deputy to Cinton, ar rested the unfortunate an...

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 January 1900

DOINGS OF THE CilvNKU A I, ASSEMBLY. IMPOliTANTMKABURB8 DDHA'I Kit What the Iijiw-MakerH rtre I'rrpar inK for the People?A Humy seuNioii in Prospect* The following summary of logisla tlvo action since our b\st Issue will bo found interesting i H1IUNU CONVICTS TO COUNTIES Mr. Laban Mauldln's bill to prohi bit convicts from belog loaie'J for work on private farms created a long dtsousslon. Mr. Mauldlu claimed that the pres ent law puts convict labor lu com petition with honest and free labor, lie cited instances where men employ- | lug cor.victs were taking conti acts lor grading streets aud making brick w ith convict labor, while honest laborers | were out of employment Hid ice, Coi > utS no* been let to private farm er, they could not have been avail- , able for this contract work. Lie was opposed to convlots being hired for any purpose. Our roads need improve mi nt. We have thousands of s ? a of swamp lands which may be reclaim ed. There are Duiubers of ways In which convicts ca...

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. — 31 January 1900

iiiMi ii . mini i ?a?a i n >???? i? ?n? mi 111 ii i mi i ii i i airwui i in PMtMM?? ~ Absoluteey PiJKE Mokes the food more delicious ond wholesome _ RO'Al 0?""'^ PO.VOrR CO.. NE? von?. A BACHELOR'S KNCUMBRANCH l, Faul Particular, weut West lute last autumn, and when 1 returned It wag in company with my encum brance. Imprimis, ray patornal patronymic was not a misnomer. 1 am undeniably ??particular;" 1 was particular from tuy childhood. 1 grew up particular, for those ideas "grow with my growth, and strengthened with my strength.*' 1 would not till the comfortable little country estate .'eft me because a far mor must sometimes wear overalls ; so i arranged i'rimroso cottage as nicely an paint and ?drt'ant furniture could render It, hlrod Dorcas Trim ?o hous ? keeper and Job Tnrifty aa gardener, and wont Ir.to town, entered Into the Commission und brokerage business, and took rooma at E-tsy's hotol. My business waa not wearing j I had a working partner, and my own capital procured ...

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. — 31 January 1900

THE ADVERTISER. [ kubsorlptiou l?iiccl2 MoiitIis, ^1.60 Payable in Advance. 1?. >V. BALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising,- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squarOi ?>!)?'. inser tion, $1.00: eacn subsequent Insertion, 00 cents Liberal reduction made f?r lurge Advertisements. W. W. Hai l, I 'roprletor, JiAUKKNS, s. (!., Jan, 81, moo Ol R LKtJISLATUHK. Tiiere are three measures before the body looking to modiileatIon of tin Disponsary law. The Graydon BUI In tho Senate, under discussion, fixed the salary of the High Commissioner at $3,0(H>, a nice little Bum, and: Senator Shoppard olio rod an amend ment that the salary of the commis sioner he $1,000 lie did not see that the State Commissioner should he -.\ more important ofllcer t: an other State olficors. Is he to lie a man of higher character than the Slate Treasurer or Comptroller General? Why should he receive more? Senator Archer said that in view of tho stain and reproach that would he oast upon his character he should ro e...

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. — 31 January 1900

Dr, Montague's Visit. At the invitation of the Wednesday Afternoon Club, Dr. B. A. Montague, the distinguished President of Fur man University, Greenville, lectured to a large und cultivated audience at the Knights of Pythias Hall on Sat urday evening1. Dr. Montague is a mas ter 01 graceful English and Is gifted with a striking stage presence and pleasing delivery. He spoke of woman a- -he figures in the history of the world and of her sphere in the activi ties of the present day. The lootUre was replete with sketches of women whOSO virtues and talents have made their names immortal. He com in diced on the important and hcnell ccnt Influence of woman in the home, saying that hanpy married life could onfj be founded upon mutuality of con fidence and that if wives were univer sally Intrusted with knowledge of the affairs of thoir husbands tho substan tial prosperity of the fa ally would bo greatly enhanced and that the inort gage blight resting on the homestead would in numerous cases...

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. — 31 January 1900

Will Ii TilE FARMEliS LISTEN ? From Tho Cotton Plant. There is no doubt that the farmers of the South are Btandlng just now at the parting of tho ways, and upon their their decision will depend u> a great extent the policy and plans of a gene ration. Cotton has given them mo/e money per pound than for any year in a decade, because the crop of last year was raised for less cost per pound, and hence theic was more clear money real ized, besides the average tanner was in a better financial plight than he has been for ten years, because he has been practicing economy and raising his own food crops for man and beast. The money brought by his cotton crop has been moro nearly i surplus than any year since the inflated prices that pic vailed just alter the war, when every thing was booming along that line, and the contagion of going into debt took hold of the farming class and held it in a Arm grip for twenty years. Conditions are changed for the bet ter, and nearly every fanner will adm...

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 February 1900

VOL. XV. No. 19 f???,4L ? r Absolutely Pure Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome rovai p??i'.o powoew co., wrw <ork._ ASSASSINATION OF GOYURNOR-EWCT (. OI$BI$L POLITICAL CON^l'IHACY AND THAU I I>Y. Tho Demo? ratic Loader ol Kentucky shot i iin-u;;ii the bungs While on Ills Way tu tho Slate tioute. Wil' am Goobel, tho D> mooratlc conto-tant for Governor of Kentucky, wt'h si ot down and dangerously wound ed while walking tho capitol grounds at Frankfort, Ky., on Tuesdav, Jan. 30 th. Senator Goebel was wounded by a rillj ball of small oallbre, not ovi r .'18, which struck him In too right lung, across tho body in a 1 ugonal line, passing out be ow tho left shoulder blade. The vital organs wore not ln jurec, with tho exception of the right lung. Mr. Gothel was on his ways to the Senate, uhumber in company with Gol. Jack Chinn and Warden K ip Liilard. Ol tho Frankfort penitentiary. Mr. Liilard w;*s a fow feet in advance of Goebel and Ohlnn, who wero walking side by aide, ...

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. — 7 February 1900

Tili: ADVERTISER. Subscription l?rk'0"12 Mouths, *1.50 Payable in Advance, lt. \Y. ?ALL, Kditor. Rate* fur Advertising.-- Ordinary Ad vertisements, nor square, onn inser tion, $1.00; eaon subsequent lusortlou, 60 cents rdboral roduotlon mado for large Advertisements. XV, IV, Ball, I 'roprlotor. LAUtKNS, S. < ., l eb. V. 1 !M?0 OUt LKMISLATUKK. Carthago must be destroyed and tho Dispensary must bo mended; no pateb work quilt enn rival its many glra tioo?. Tiie point a ems to be to get rid of the Board of Control and have one Commissioner with n great big salary, big responsibility and log bond. It is botter so. In a mob there is no individual responsibility. Don tliit has resigned und his friends jubi lant. We do not know if the house was tumbling about him. lint he was lucky to got a a ay in Mino. Discussing the high Coinmisdoiior in i he Semite : Senator Appelt offered an amend ment to strike out the prov sion as to the commissioner that ho shall boa "total abstainer'' and inser...

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. — 7 February 1900

The Advhktmkk Is In receipt of handsome Illustrated art editions of the Spartanburg Herald ami the Greenville Dally News. The Greenville Daily News mentions among the attractions of Groenville,on its third page, "a bar, th? peer of any in thestate." THE AOVEKTISKII has more or less thirst for more Htfht.. Kev. Dr. Thomas II, haw. of Spar* Innburg, was in the city Sunday to addro8stbo I aureus Auxiliary of the American Bible Society. On Sunday mor ning he preached an ablu and ill tores tiny sermon to a large eongregu tion at the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening addressed from the the sunn- pulpit the Bible So oloty. This lust service was a union service, the other ohurohos of the city being closod and their eongrega* tions and pastors present to hear Dr. La w. Swit/er ?Pierson. Mr. .lames S. Swit/er, of I.aureus, Was married to Miss Cora Pierson, of Woodruffs, at the home of the bride's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pierson on the :tlst ult. Tho wedding look plaee in the evening a...

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. — 7 February 1900

WOHK OF OLEMSON COLLEGE The report of the hoard of trustees J Of Clcnison College gives an interesting summary of work the past yeai: In submitting this, the tenth annual report of Clernson College, as required by law, it is exceedingly gratlifying to the board of trustees to state that, not withstanding the low price ol cotton and the consequent stringency in mon ey matters, flu; College has experienc ed during the year a degree of BUCCC88 bcyoud our most sanguine anticipa tions. President II. S. Harlzog has con tinued to disp'ay an aptitude and ab ility to manage the affairs of the Col lege, ami to his careful management the present piospcrous conditions arc hugely ?lue. Owing to the extensive sanitary Im provements made there has been but very little sickness during the year. There have been no eases of a serious nature. At the beginning of the scholastic year in September !;,st the number of applicants lor admission largely exceed ed the capacity of the College and it was with m...

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 1900

Royal Absolutely "Pure OWDER Absolutely TPijbe Mokes the food more delicious an\d vholesome RO??l n*K'><0 PO.V0FR CO.. NE* ?ORK. 1 TIIIS KILLING OF ARAD FILES. " And as for trii- man Pile*, wu shall have something to say about him to murrow whloh w l by an eye-opener to the citizens whom h" Is hoodwink ing. Thh was tlio uloiinii BJUtenoe of the editorial, and as M.dco'm penned it the linos about hid lips grow more de termined, and tbt ru wus u light in iiib gray eye? which boded ill for the aforesaid Piles. Tin Hup ibnrg Argus was for reform, aad the young editor had thrown himself, heart aad soal, into the political arena. Hau: berg?that is, the better ole ment, whloh, as is the case In many communities, bad bin ;i lotharglo majority?was slowly awaking. Uor ruptlon was a festering sore upon the body politic ; decent men kept away from the primaries und almost from the polls on ob ctlon (lay. The city was in the hands of a gang who not only robbed taxpayers, but gave noth ing ...

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 1900

MJ? A I) VI]KTISEIL fcrlpti?n ri l;.12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable in Advance. li.W. HAU-, lulltor. Iies for Advertising. - Ordinary Ad ertlsements, per square, ono insor ion,$l.oo; each subsequent insertion, 50 eents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAURENS, s. Ol, Feb. 14, moo Ol" It LEGISLATURE. Our Solons seem to be faithfully at rork, but they talk too much. The iovk Is rapidly ending. No serious legis'ation will bo elTeeted. The I) s lensary haw i- amended, affecting the Hate Jioard prlncipdly. Appropria tions and Bupplioi have ehielti occu pied the uowor House. These Bills are now In the Senate. The State College appropriations excited some antagon ism,but the Idea that the State institu tions, Colleges, were a part of our free educational system, prevailed, and all got their usual modicum. There is a good deal as usual of pi a nut demagogy in the debate on these appropriations. But 'twas ever thus. What Is wanted in our State is higher educa...

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 1900

?n?> _______ ? _' A moderately largo congregation assembled at tho Baptist church Sunday night to heat an able Hor mon by Rev. Mr. Wright , of Now borry, and to witness tho bcnutl y fully solemn ordination of three additional deacons of the church. Tho Rev. John I). Pitts, of Lau rens, delivered an admonitory charge to tbo deacons-elect and the solemnity of the oceasion was deeply impressive. ? Clinton Ga zette, 8th inst. Useless Obstructions.?As tho ocean laughs at efforts to curb its mightly swell, so do we laugh at tho assertion of some Furniture Dealers, by saying that they can sell it "just as cheap" as S. M. & E. II. Wilkos <fc Co. A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapluro of Annie E. Springer of 1,125 Howard Street, Philadelphia, Pa., when sho found that Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured hor of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she says of this Roy...

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 1900

t.ii?~iic(i in uuu ivny. As a result the .yield per acre was twice as great as it had previously bcou and before many years deep and thor ough prep.nalien of the land was the rule in England, and il prevails to this tune. In South Carolina today the average, fanner breaks his land lo the depth of about one and a half to two inches, leav ing the ground bcl;)W that depth as hard as a brick, and it can only he made volu ble by the use of the chemicals con laincd in the commercial fertilizers controlled by the trusts. The remedy is to bri nk the land to a depth of not less than six inches and to pulverize it thoroughly with a disc harrow. JJv this method ihe fanner will have not less ihau twice as much soluble soil for his plants to feed on as by the old method, und he will lind, as staled in the previous article, that the yield on the land thus prepared, without ma nure, will be equally as great, acre for acre, as on that prepared by the old method and on which not less than two hundre...

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. — 21 February 1900

VOL. XV. LAURENS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2i, 1900. NO. 21.1 A REPUBLIC OR MONARCHY? DOOTKIN K OV StiLt' <JOVUN K N T Thn Din" rene? Between Imperialism and t?e Government Founded by Uur Revolutionary FaMiem. Tno speech of Llou. Woi. J. Bryan In Columbia Is ooo of tbo ablest efforts of Ibis glftod and accomplished lead r, and bis discussion of tbo Philippine question merits a careful perusal in every household Mr. Bcyail t)pOko us follows : I want to t-p -aW for a little while about tho Piiiilppino question. It 1, not surprising that tue party that favored tbo Income tax and favored bimetallism and opposed industrial trusts should also stand by the prlucl pica upon which this government Is founded and should oppose the conver sion Of a homogenous republic Into a hetorogouous empire. 1 say It is not strange, but it Is strange thul tho Re publican party that thought in 181)0 that thin country was not big onough to attend to its own business Is now big enough to attend to the business of...

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. — 21 February 1900

kl)VERTISEli, Ji Prlce-12 .Months, $1.50 kjable in Advance. t. W. ?ALI-, Editor. \dvcrtisiug. Ordinary Ad Iments, nor square, onn inser i.OOj each subsequent inser tion. Its. Liberal reduction made rgc Advertisements. w. \v. Bai i 1'ropriet.or. 'KENS, S. C, l ob. 21, 11)00 OF H LEUISLATUHE. fhe General Assembly adjourned IK Dil-'. Saturday at 1 A M. (Sunday iriilng ) The rosult of the work done 111 bo known in April next when the Bublio printer In s done h- work. It 18 BUfllolent that we now -ay that very ['ittle legislation was done of a general cope affecting tho whole state Local pt on us to counties having or tiOi hav '/ng dispensaries was killedjtho hundred thousand appropriation to public mods in addition to tho COnStitll-I fhal tax was killed; blounlal sessions | slaughtcrodswc bollovo the county leers salary bill went through; the 111 to complete the State House is law id good picking will follow; mauy lls of more or less consequence strangled In the dosing WOO hall hours. N...

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. — 21 February 1900

Tho Legislature passed the Bill ap propriating $10,000 for a monument to tho braves of Kershuw's great brigade on tho Chiekumauga field. We in spected but a day ago a veteran hat worn by veteran T. J, Duokett, Co. I, 3rd S. Con that Meld. It is marked with two bullet holes in the crest of the crown and tho hat is a unique felt and nobody would question its Con federate make. In it's "snap-shops'' of the Bryan meeting The State says: ? "No one enjoyed the speech more than did Col. J. D, M. Shaw, of La?.u rons. Kditor Barrett, of Clinton, is in the city.?Tho State, Kith inst. Clinton is no "mean city"?one of tho best towns in the State, indus trially, educationally und eommcrcl cally. But It is Editor 1'arrott, of Laurens, of the Laurens County News. Bev. Jodie Martin, who recently moved to Due West from I,aureus county preached in tbo A. R. 1'. church Sabbath afternoon. Wo hope to havo the pleasure of hearing him again.?Abbeville Press and Manner. Editor of The Advertiser, Sir: I am ...

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. — 21 February 1900

- TIM THE ACTOR. "Aront you a little more attentive; to Mi-' Gerald than it la necessary (or : an attorney to b? to tila type-writer V" i asked Margaret Fenton o( her brother, j " Probably," ho answered ; " but not more attentive than I Und it agreeable, sister mine " " What taste you have ! She Isn't even pretty." " Not particularly so ; but all men aro not fascinated by a pretty (ace ; there a^e othor qualities wo admire." " I( you want to bo married for your money, by an ambitious young woumn of no social position?no family prostigo ?very we11." "I bollovo, Margarot. the difference between the (Joralds and ourBelvoa Is hi in ply a quostion of money. Mother, was It not yourself who asked me to employ Miss Gerald." "Yes, Donald; her father and yours were college chums ; your father ehoso a mercantile lifo and made money ; Mr. Gerald entered tho ministry; ho and his wife aro eilocated, rt tlnoil peo ple, but, as Marge *ot says, are poor. I am g.ad you could show your fatoor's friend...

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 February 1900

Tlllv DAI GHTIvR or THE MI LI, HAND. lie hadn't slept soundly, lie rarely slept soundly now. It wumi'i Iii? age, 8upuly, he wus only .">i" : arid it couldn't Im Ilia business affairs, tor all his in vestments wore bound und highly re munerativ , und his large Income was rapidly increasing. No, he must look for the pause elstwhero. 1'erhaps it would he well to consult a doctor. Me arose und lighting the gaa looked at his watch. It was half-past four, llo went to :i window that faced the east and raised the sash. The air euine in cool and fragrant, Low down hy the far away ridge streaks of pulo light wore showir.g. ''I'll see this sunrise," ?uid Amos llr.union. " l haven't seen one since I was a hoy." llo hastily dressed himself und hathed ins fare und hands. " I'll see it from the outside," he added, and softly creeping down the stairway found his hat, und opening the great door descended the stone steps thut led to the street. Art he faced the cast and moved bdbwly along the aven...

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