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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 February 1900

YEllTISElt. Ion Frico-12 .Months, *1..'>0 'ayable in Advance. r.??4?-. ? ? ? Ii. >v. BALL, Editor. Ad void Ising.- Ordinary Ad? nnrnts, per Bquaro, one insor 1.00; each Bubsi quent insertion, its Liberal reduction made ire Advertisements. \v. w. Ball, l Vopriotor. RENS, S. C, Feu, 28, 1000 AI Home and Abroad. fr'eb National Democratic Committee t tho Raleigh House, Washlng bru&ry 22ud and llxed Kansas Mo . as ihr place and July Ith as 'date of the assembling of the Con don. "Westward the star of cm takes its way ' and the city se ll is central in the mighty conti It used to bo QS goes IViinsyl SO goes the Union but Indiana, Ids, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas and \esota are now mighty giants with tonati voices In tho -ti I young J)lic. The 22lld and tho immortal ?bt were considered by t!?*? as day- to "conjure" with 'rust the event In November )ow some witchcraft in them IVashlngton the liuanclul BUI rank gold the standard i- settled. Quay's it tO a seat in the Senate from llisyiv...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 February 1900

Bill Arp, who recently lectured both at Clinton and I,aureus has written up his visit In u very interesting manner for the Atlanta Constitut ion. W e would like to reproduce the whole, but can only give the following extracts: "While In Clinton I was the guest Ol Mr. Bailey, the banker and mill man, a model gentleman of too old school whose maxims arc truth and honesty, Whoa ) sons und daughters are like olive plants around his table and have never given him a moment's grief or anx iety. And now that they arc all grown tip and est ?1)1 ishad in their ow n busi ness, ho has adopted several hundred factory children and is delighted every day to visit thorn in the cotton mill and place bis hand kindly and gently upon their heads as he passes them at the spindle or the loom. Ho has built for them a church and employed a preacher and established a Sunday school and it has awakened in his bosom a new love for his follow creat ures and he is growing young again. "The traveller is hardly ou...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 28 February 1900

O'flEMi ON \MKKIC.\N IIOTKI.S. The Noted Frenohiutu Woudere at the Kalium Customs oJ ih? Aiiicrl-( chiim ?-The Neuro Hoy ?od tltO Miracle. From ihii New York Journal. When Europeans travel they go to hotels hceae.se they cannot carry their homes with them. They put up at hotels because they are obliged to put up wiMi hotels. American? ko to ho- j tols because they like hotel life. I once heanl a party of ten or twelve ' Americana, men and women, give one ] another their impressions of a Euro* peaii tour which they hail just con ' eluded. They were not, I must say, l refined Americans as 1 know 80 many, but, no doubt, well-to-do people. Well, ho far as I could judge, their rem in is CODces wcro not of the old castles and cathedrals, the landscapes they had I seen, the plays they bad been to, hut the hotels they hud slopped at, the merits Ol which they discussed a? they compared them to the hotels of Ameri ca. 1 was once insidu the beautiful banqueting hall in the old ruined I ieidelb...

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 March 1900

Till? NI-;W PENSION I,AW OF THE STATlv. T CONDITIONS lO It 10 F1L1.HD. TIlB Ac' Is Itnseil on iti-cooi nii'iulu Hoiih of lliu Ciiiiui Confederate Veterans- Interesting to 11 *?- old Soldiers ol thib state. The following is tho new pension law, based upon recommendations of the Confederate Veterans' association of the state. The bill was Introduced by Mr. 1'aiton, of Lilohland, at tholr request, Tim act was approved Feb ruary lUth by Uovornor McSweeney : Section 1. lie it enacted by ttie gen eral assembly of the state of South Carolina : The sum of at leust ono hundred thousand dollars shall be an anually appropriated to pay the p fu sions provided for by this uct, and in ease the same, or euch amount as shall be appropriated, Bhall he iusuilieieot, then the amount *o appropriated ->haW ho distributed proportionately amTwrg those legally entitled to receive Uli same : Provided, That those pensujp era described in subdivision i,nttAWc tlon l herein, shall have beon'tlrst paid in fu...

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 March 1900

THIS ADVERTISER. Subscription Price--12 Months, #1.50 / Payable in Advance H. w. HA l.li, K?ltor. Baits for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertlsemonts, porsquaro, one inscr tlon,$1.00:euch, subsequent insertion, SO cents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements^ w. w. Ball, Proprietor. AAUKKNS, S. (., Mar. 7, 1000. !t has been suggested thai candi dates should come with the peach blossoms. Preeminence in worth, or virtue, or fitness otherwise, Is not bo common as to attract the attention of the country and designate suitable persons to hold the places of profit and honor. Hence it follows that friends put forth their I el low citizens us quali fied to discharge duties that the pub lic demands, and as worthy of their confidence. In a republic it must be so and it is rightly so. Among the Romans those who aspired to the highest oillces must put on white robes and appear before the votors?and hence we have; candidate, clean, pure, white. Hence the primary and the de mand that all wh...

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 March 1900

col. J, L. M. Irby's recent exper ience on his trip toMardi (Iras in New Orleans illustrates that even u olevcr lawyer may sometimes be caught nap ping. One night between Montgomery and New Orleans Col. Irhy was una hle to obtain a sleeping ear berth und droppod Into slumber reclining on his Boal In the day OOaoh. Later he awoke to find that his gold watch and over coat had taken the wings of the morn ing and Mown to the uttermost parts of the earth. The Colonel reported the loss to the conductor and on his return to I.aureus last Saturday, he received a telegram stuting that the coat and watch had been recovered and the tbjftf jailed. At the solicitation of the railroad authorities Col. Irby went back to Montgomery Monday to iden tify the property so that the thief could be indicted. The watch was greatly troasurrd by Col. Irby because it was a gift from his mother on his election to the United States Senate. This nap of Col. Irby reminds the reporter of how he can sleep when he tr...

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 March 1900

A BUNCH OF GRASS.1 in tho quiet dusk of a summer even- . in;: half a d< /on men were seated In j front of a rantshacKle old building that . boro this sign : nm.*.* u.^ [Store and Post Office; **u I :.: Onu of tho men had been telling a Btory. "ThiB man that went down to , Fresno," he was saying, " felt mighty j hud because the tfirl wouldn't marry him, and did all he could to boom the j liquor business. Une ilay he ran into a fortune teller, Who told him lie must ' steal a hair from tho tail of u blue roan horse, between midnight and day light, anil carry the hair in Ids vest pocket. Then ho would have good luck for a year, ami any girl he fell in love with would marry him right away. "Now, blue roan horseu are not so plenty, but one day the man sees one and thinks he'll tfut good luck in stanter. So he holiis out a twenty-dol lar gold slug and aiks the man driving tue horse for a hair out the horse's I tail. Tbo man that owned Uio horse catobce his breath after awhile and i allo...

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. — 14 March 1900

LOY Ii AT LONG RANGIi Charles O'Muara was an operate' '', New Vorkon ono si?o ol a p,Uftlr?? plexod wire running to Chicago, "ho operator on ihn corresponding sith' In (Jnieago was Mids Auiy Davidson. Uoth were export, ami ihe tn/nuor In which they kept tholr message hooks clear excited the admiration of their chiefs in tholr rospeotlve elite O'Meara wan a handsomoAnd ir.telii gent young irishman. W?h jot black hair and mJflkiie andylrreut, soulful blue eye JMBf 11 ' ??/ seem iilnu/f^BrTiioii^'i'/.to posses* the powoJ^fa.-einii'./ , After having wor&d the wire, to gether u few months O'Meura and MiH9 Diivldson became well ^g^juaiuted, although, of course,jv^iUfrer nuil ever Been the other/ *Thoy bad abundant opportunities for? conversation in the early morning bejfore the Wish of busi ness of ttio .lay icgun and In the lute afternoon when thy rush was over. There is sort o/ telepathy in telo grapby, as all telegraphers admit, und their certainly -.,tta Hl ttiid cut.o. Long befor...

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. — 14 March 1900

THE ADVERTISER. nbserlptlou Price*-12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. H. W. BALL, Editor. Kales for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono inser tion,$1.00; earii subsequent insertion, t*?0 cents Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. \v. W. Ball, Proprietor._ LAUREN8, s. Cm Mar. 1 L 1000. At Homo and Abroad. Tho English armies under Buller anti Bobs are moving on parallel lines towards the Capitol of the Boers and tho war may be regarded as substan tially elided". The English went into hysteric.-, over their BU0C08S08. The good ohl Queen went down to London town and the populace went wild. The Queen Is over eighty and nodoiibt en joyed the racket. In the Philippines things are ussum ln? somewhiit the quiet of the grave. The President and his party have had a time Bottling th i status of Porto Rico?whether it is a par: of tho 1'ni tod States and whether WO should put a tax upon their tobacco and sugar coming into tbis country. Tho Presi dent is more decen...

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. — 14 March 1900

Mr. John I). 0wings. The Atlanta Journal of Saturday lias tho following as to thoj^^atWof a In l.aur^H|K^>io will ho remembered by our zons: The doath of Mr. John D. Owlugs, a prominent oitlzon of Atlanta, ocM enrred thin morning at his lato resf denoe, 840 Whitehall street. He bad been ill for nearly three years, ami his doath, while greatly regretteC by many friends in the city, wa? not a I surprise. Mr. Owlngs Is survived bv h? wife, hia mother, and a slstor, Ms D. W. Brown. He loaves no chlldr n. Mr. Owlngs was born i' LaureiiS county. South Carolina, tugust 31, 1817. He has been a r. ?Jent of At lanta for :i") years, ani^as closely identified with the b^jfss intorosts of the olty during t^Porlod of his residence here. At.? JUnie be was with the firm of M-^f J. F. K isor. At the time of 1 ^^iath he was a member of the ff comprising the Atlanta Table at/toy- AA 'J'hc decease. Y? member of t hj^S Hoyal Aroafry'10. National UnUifl and the l< / 01 Honor, an.yfl corts from ti./...

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. — 14 March 1900

MILL BUILDING IN THE SOUTH. Baltimore Newa. Mr. Richard H. Edmonds, editor of The Mamtfactum?' Record who has just returned from a trip of several weeks through the South, in an inter view with The News gives some inter esting facts regarding tho prosperity which is so noticeable throughout that entiro section. 44 Iu every hue of business, both mercantile and manufacturing," said Mr. Edmonds, "the activity is greater titan lias over been known before in tho South. There is a spit it of hope fulness, such as has not been seen for souic years, though then; is an entire absence of the boom spirit or specula tive activity which prevailed some eight or ten years ago. All business interests seem to be founded on the most substantial basis and the progress which is being made is simply phenom enal. Th s activity is not confined to any one line of business, but covers every industry and every part of the South. "In textile circles it is illustrated by the faci that at the t resent time ther...

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 May 1900

k drkaji A.\l) its UONSEtyUBNCBS. By Rev. charles M. sheldon. Author uf "In liu Step*," "The VtvcijUion o/ Hli'Mp Strxnm." "yialcom ICUrlh" ?.1?. ?&>Vjrigh>. 1900. by Advnue* I'obltshUtf Co.] en xv l un i\. Mr. Hardy looked at his son sternly, standing at Hie little distance off he hud recoiled after that liest reeogui tiou uf the boy. It would he difficult describe his emotions, lie hud nev er been an affectionate father to his buys, lie had generally given them money when limy asked for it and had not questioned IIU'Ui tt ho lit Its use. lie was not familiar with ins older sou's luihlts ami onlj wit hin the last few days had he UtlOWll that he was what the age popularly designates as "fast." lie bad never made a eom panlon of his sou Me had not grown up With hi in, so thai now as ho faced hiii: uinler the strange circumstances that had brought them together he was actually at a loss to know what to do or s: y. The thougbt that his son was guilty of a crime which might pu...

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 May 1900

ERTISElt. 12 Mont Iis, $1.50 |i Advance. LI., Cdilor. dug*?Ordinary Ad M- Bquaro, ono inser subsequent insertion, :ral reduction made Itisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. If., MAY [?, f00O. ami A In oad. retreating towards J British pushing along columns, two on the IBobs and I lulleren t he Haul. ?itt sympathy expressed for throughout the earth Inn Ilm lost his house by lire gol one friend and dollars Iroin tosolul ions oi sympathy eut this ease. ionferonco was held at Mont II debate had over the race d much speechifying by pliil lit will be settled by lime, it is being settled to-day. Its march, march, march. A g that a ciow would live a ?s caged one to t r\ the A ml t bus by s\ ait lug t be grout racial and social pro >n proposes, Ood dis|>oscs. ionic stir here over the fact and alien foreign eml |ur sIlOl'OS weekly. I hit rroal horde of Japanese Feltizens reached the as luborOI'S. 'They gol miey prosperity, four go a blast cd t louoese uontinout in t r.\ ing to if Indies by...

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 May 1900

A correspondent of the News and Courier in speaking of the proceed ings of tho Southern Baptist Conven* tion in session at Bot Springs, says: "The Rev. .1. D. Pitts, of Laurons, is chairman of an important convention committee." Rev. W.A. M. Plaxco passed through tho city Monday on his way to hi homo i" Clinton. He had been to liOwor Long Cain assisting Rov. it. F. Ilradloy at communion sorvieo.?? Abbovlllo Medium. A (.nod Shot. \ mad dog went to the home of Mr. J. H. Thomas On Saturday morning last and hit two of Mr. Thomas's dogs - one a very Hue bird dog. Miss Mattie Thomas, who had witnessed the attack upon the yard pets, secured her broth er's 83-ealiber Komington rille and killed the maddog at a distance of 7.0 yards. The animal was malting his re treat at full speeil when -hoi. Union Progress. Beautiful polka dots P. K.'s at 121. <). B. Simmons. Iii?; line of Children's -Uppers to dose on t. O. B. Simmons. Again we wish to call your attention to our mammoth lo cents counte...

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 May 1900

THE PACE PROBLEM IN THIS SOUTH. CONPUIlt ?: A f MONTUOMHKY. I Kl Hu i l'lUI ) III I iii I ? dpi Iis (llf) |)|n ousslon- i lio Uacoe Mum Abide 1 ?'K?'i in r. The conference lor tho discussion of the race problem In tlie South sssi m bled in Montgomery, Ala., on the sib ! lost., anu at the opening m>-Ii'h thero was onu iif tin*, largest aud moi t ropre? suutativc gatherings over st.cn In that city. This conference is held under tho auspices of the Southern Society for tho promotion of the ?uuly of the race conditions and problems in the Mouth. Governor Johnston made an ad-' dress of welcome on behalf of the i State, and gavo Interesting facts and ligures. In Alabamaconsiderable pro , gross bus been made In thu lino ol edu? i eating tho negro. The school fu:d is I paid almost entirely by the whltt ? and distributed impartially to children ol both races. Convict records show n steadily in creasing number of negro convict.-. The rocord shows 81), per cent of cou victs are negroes, 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. — 6 June 1900

A GREAT occasion in i,ouisvn,i,r;. TWICI.Kril UONKKMKltATK UKl'N ION. I he Veterans :wnl the Hihih and l>?n :1 1111 i . i ? i i i iu CoiitVtli-riM-y Make a Urea) Gathering In old lion lucky?Homo NiiImIiI)- Konturen <it'n. ?.in 11,mi Itu-clectetl Comman der. I .ouisvillo, Kentucky w?n during week the scene of a ^reut gathering. This time the remnant of Hie great Confederate Army, Unit once invaded Kentucky with hostile intent, went into ttio homos and hearts of the people witii gladness and in peace. The Umuiontf the Veterans and the meetlngH of the Sons .ii Confederate Veterans and tiie Daughters! of the Confederacy began Oil Wednesday and ended Friday. The rain interfcrred with some of tlii" arrangements. The ! following is a con longed account of the proceedings : Tlio reunion was called to order shortly after noon by Major General Poyut/., commanding the Kentucky division, who announced thai tue exer cises would begin with the Blllglng of the doxoiogy, ami after it had been...

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. — 6 June 1900

THE ADVEliTISEIi. utacrlptioii Price-12 Months^!. 60 Puvnblc in Advance. 11. >V. HALL, Editor. k ites lor Advertising, Ordinary Ad vertisements, por squaro, Inser tion, $1 .00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. w. Ham,, I 'roprlotor. LA PK HNS, S. ('., .llNi: 15, 1000. At Home and A In oatl. The war sei ins to be about fruz/.led out in Africa. The British have reached Pretoria, and a report (at this writing) that ICrtiger is n prisoner, hut wo trust this will not he continued. So the Doer Kopuhlto Is like Poland, blotted from t lie map They may ex pect little, of gi.m roic treatment from the British what are wu in re for ex cept to play the carpet-bag] .-r and to see that history repeats Itself. There is oxoitt inont in China, an in surrection of what they call the "Box* cr.s" based as alleged upon hatred ol foreigners or "foreign devil-.'' In Ihe jneanwhile western civilization will not be concerned except to protect it own p...

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. — 6 June 1900

The Laurous County Agricultural! Mechanical and Llvo stock Asso ciation. \n adjourned meeting of thoso in toU in no Agricultural and stock Association for the county was held in ourt house on Monday und was largely attended, Mr. w. L. Cray was called to tho chair, Mr. s. f. Parrott und Dr, fl. K Aiken actinir as Secre taries. A inoinbor8hlp of 100 of those present was Immediately scoured. A permanent organization was effected with Dr. VV. II. Dial as President, W. I. (.i.e.. Vice President, Dr. H. k. (Yikoni'Secretary, and J. T. Peden, i , asuror. An executive committee consisting of one from each township was upjKiSnted as follows: I,aureus, J. I) \v. Watts; JaekB, E. W. Copeland; Dials, J. Warren Holt: Youngs, W. II. Drtiminond; Hunter, A. J. Smith; Waterloo,.). 11. Wharton; Sullivau, J. i; Humbert: Sculllotown,T, J. Weath ers; Cross Mill. J. G. Brown. A sub-committee of the executive committee consisting of J. B. Hum bert, A. J. Smith, .1. I). W. Watts and W. II- Drummond were ap...

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. — 6 June 1900

I'll DMOM .\NI> I'l l /.I It. Iba Secretary ol the Slate Uoard ol in a ii Wakes Up the Wrong I'mh . ?eiiKerNi Tho Ploronce Times last wo? k con tained an article headed) "Mill Vil lages Seem tu bo Plague Centres," and which quoted freely from Dr. .lab. Kvnns, seerotury of the State board of health, ami among other statements wuh tue following : " It la now reported that there are limnv Cli'jed of tho disease at I'olzor and Piedmont, and the Statt; hoard of health say tney can e.vt no satisfaction from theoftlcors." I uupposu the word o Ulcer a has reforonce to the otllcials of the mill corporations. The statement is also made that when a plague breaks out in tue mill villages the ollioors require the State to bear all the expooses of stamping out the contagion. Capt. F.. a. Smyth, of Polzor, has made public a to egraphic correspon dence with Dr. Kvans, In which the latter said it had beon reported that there were one hundred eases of small pox at l'ol/.or, and when told that this...

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 June 1900

VOL. XV. NO. 37. ECHOES OF THE I/OUISVII/I/E REUNION WHY - I1K VMM I S OF THK I'ASA? UeuaiiHH Our Dead Horoon Stiull N. t CJo Without Their Famo. K ? s . Li. M. I'almor, D.D., the. annual orator of tho Confederate r> union In Louisville, answered thi i quObtlOO Hb follow8 : "Aeeuatoiuod through sixty yurs to . ''.drees public assemblies, 1 urn uuVer tliolebd subdued with uwu in your pros uneo today ; for wo staod together uu dor the shadow of the past. I . is the solemn rcvoruuco one might fuel in the gloom of Westminster Abbey, -nr. rounded by Kngland's Illustrious dead. Indeed, we uro bore the living re pre uontatlvos of countless comrades won uloup In lonoly cemeteries throughout tho land; where perchance a single monumental -haft Is tho gno-tly -e..u nel keeping watch over the bivouac of tho dead. " It ia livu and thirty yearn since ihn Confederate war was cloned, und about thirty-nine years since It was begun; and It Is HotuctiuKti a^cd why we should Btlr the u?.:u o! that a...

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