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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription I?rlcc?12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. II. W. BALL, Editor. Kates for Advertlslug.?Ordlnary Ad . vertisemcntH, por square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 50 eonts. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. w. \v. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS, S. ('., Sept. 4, 1001. Ttllmau'8 Review or Tillman. Whon Ilanlbal invaded Italy bo sat down with an army of a hundred thousand who fattened on tho country for ten yoars. Solplo thundered in tho Roman Senate that the way to get rid of him was to carry the war into Africa and when an army was sent to attack Carthage llanibal was necessi tated to go homo to defend his own country. Till man's enemies know the trick, and these daily and weekly, fetch to the front that "Tillman Is not a democrat," reproducing many of his looso speeches, and threats to abandon the democrats unless thoy followed his Hag and stuck to bis dogma and do mands. Our Senior Senator now pub lishes a review of his record ...

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. — 4 September 1901

Our County Fair, The Laurens County Agricultural and Mcohanlcal Society uiet on Friday with Pres. Dial In the Chair. Theofllc 1 crs made their reports. On motion of Col Mall t he old olllcers wore re-elected, as follows: VV. H. Dial, President; W. L, Gray, Int. \'ice President : Jack II. Davis, 2nd. Vice President; B. K. AIkon, Peoretary and Treasurer. The dates for noxt Fair were, on mo tion, Qxed as Thursday and Friday, (totober 10th and 11th. The following committee was ap pointed to assist the ollloors in raising subscriptions needed for necessary re pairs, llxo 1 ohargOi and current ex ile uses : Finance Committee?.lohn F. Molt, Jno. M. Brooke, L D. Chlldres*, W. W. (; rnhum.F. .M. Smith. The Executive Committee for the ensuing year was elected as follows : Jno. D. W Wilt's, I). II. Counts, J. Warron Bolt, J. T. Peden, Hugh S. Wallace. Jno. H. Wharton, J. B. Huni boit, T. J. Weathers, Wm. P. Brown. General superintendent of Grounds and Exhibits W. M. Irby. Horse Department?S. I...

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. — 4 September 1901

THE POLITICAL ISSUES OF THE DAY-! A SPLENDID MEETING IN GREENVILLE. Hemphill, Latimer, Henderson and Johnstone Make Strong Arguments Against the New doctrines of the Commercial Democracy. (Ireenville Mountaineer, Auk- 81. The- Democratic iiiabb meeting in Greenville on the 2Uth inst. was con ducted in tlie most ordorly manner, and the audionco showed a thorough appro ciation of the calm, doliborato argamouts of the geutlomeu who were appealing to thoir reason and common sense, not un dertaking to inilame thoir passions or excite thoir prejudices. Tho court house was well lillcd whcu the speakers entered at 11 o'clock, and immediately afterwards every seat was occupied and many wore standing in tho aisles. The meeting was called to order by Hon. J, Thos. Austin, county chair man, who requested Dr. T. M. MoOonnell, pastor of the First l'resbyterian church, to make the opening prayer, in which tho favor of God was asked upon this country and its pcopl", and that all should be guided to...

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. — 11 September 1901

NO. 6. SHOT BY ANARCHIST. President McKinley Seriously Wounded HIS CONDITION FAVORABLE AND WOUNDS MAY NOT PROVE FATAL. President McKinley, while on an oil h i,11 visit to the Pan-American Kx position, was shot by nn anarchist on Friday afternoon, Sept. (*tb, while holding a public reception in the Torn pie of Music. The would-be assi ssln tired a shot which entered tho President's ri<;ht breast, lodging against the breast bone. Another bbot was find at once, which entered the President 's abdomen. The assailant was immediately arrested and was thrown lo the gtound, and quick as a Hash twenty men were upon him. When rescued ho was covered with blood from a gash in bis face. The President was shot by a well dressed man who wore a I >-,h bat and who, while shaking hands with the President, fired the shots with his left i hand, the pistol used being concealed in a handkerchief. The man afterwards gave his name as Fred Nicmann, and claimed to he from Detroit, Mich. lie admits that ...

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. — 11 September 1901

TUE ADVERTISER Subscription Prlce--12 Months, $1.50 Payable in Advance. B. W. BALL, Editor. Kates lor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, ftl.OO; each subsequent Insertion, ?O cents. "Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAI KI NS, S. C, Sept. 11, 11)01. Ton Years of Tlllmaiiism. Tub Laurens Advertiser says: "Tlllman i> right now, conscrvalive, strong, and wo aro free to say, Is the master spirit who has brought the State back to where it normally should be, where it has stood for half a cen tury before Tillman, and stood nobly and honorably." if our contemporary is serious in this statement It is conspicuously un familiar with the position occupied by South Carolina "for half a century bo fore Tillman." To say that Tillman '?has brought the State back to where It normally should be," is a matter for the exercise of individual taste, but to say that he has brought the Stato back, politically, morally or materially...

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. — 11 September 1901

Minier -Gelder. There wero ever so many oharmlng aiT.tir- (riven this week for Mies Gelder, who next Tuesday evening is to be come Mrs. Mlnter. Tho bridal party numbers 12 and tbo woddlng will bo one of the prettiest this season. Tues day evening Miss Gelder herself start ed tho ball rolling by having a dinner party at which the guests were Mr. Mlutcr, tho bridosmalds and the groomstnon. Tbo tablo was exqisitely 3( coratod Id pink, with a great center of pink rosebuds. Tbo budawcrc sc.at t red over the cloth and light fell from pink .-haded oandlestlcks. The name eards showed a novel idea. They bore band-painted (dusters of Colorado's statt- flower, the columbine, and of the Mower of South Carolina, tho yellow jasmine, caught together with a wed ding ring. Besido tho hostess and her llaoce, those present were Miss Anna MoNamara, Miss Permella Curtis, Miss Nellye Oase, Miss Cornelia Caldwell, Miss Josephine MInter, Mr. w. W. Simpson, Mr. Wilson Hirkmyrp, Mr. McNamara; Mr. Russell Cha...

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. — 11 September 1901

SWEET REVENGE Author uf "Chattanooga," "Chiokamimgi*," Ktc Copyright, 1807, ?>y Ilarpor & Ilrotticra. -j-; M?H '\"\"\''VM'i''l''\''W y H CHAPTER I. . BTTK1!WIIA( KKO. wANDN Hi)!" ? ? ftwJI Why he shouted the words I don't know, for In | another moment lie gave | rno one bnrrul, and before I could raise | a finger I heard a click, admonishing me that I wai about to get the other. | X thin film of Btnoke floating above the | fence to the right and two malignant fryes peering at me from between the ( rails betrayed his position. Like a Hash I whipped out my revolver, but before I could raise It there was another re- ' port, and my right arm dropped, be numbed by a charge of buckshot. Seiz ing my weapon with my left hand. 1 brought It to a level with the eyes be hind the fence and tired. There was a sound of a body falling, and I knew that I had struck home. Spurring my horse to the side of the road, I craned my neck over the fence, and there In the ditch lay the bush- , whacker....

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. — 18 September 1901

NO. 7. THE PRESIDENT DEAD. The Nation Mourns for Him. A III1RI) [MARTYR IN A GENERATION President McKlnioy died al ilic Milburu rosidenco in liniTnlo, N. Y.,?>n (Saturday morning, Sept. 14, tit 2.16 o'clock, from a wound rucnivol at the bandn of an aHHasuin on Friday afkrnoou, 8opl, Ott). "God's wlH, out ours, bo done," were the lust words of Protulonl Mc Kinley, which weie addren?ed I) iiir* wife a few boors before Iii? death. He had previously murmured tho words ?of the hymn, "Nearer, iuy (Jod, to Thee," and SOOO after Mrs, McKinley entered the room, when there wtiu an affecting farewell, after which he lapsed into uuconsciousuess from ! which ho never recovered. Thursday for the first time there was an untoward break in tlie news from the bedside of President McKill ley, ttud there was genuine apprehen sion as to his condition. Tiie food he had taken in the morning did not agree with him, and his pulse increased to 128, when one of his physicians said it should he 96. For hour...

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. — 18 September 1901

TUE ADVEltTlSKK. Subscription Price--12 Months, $1,60 Payable tu Advance. b. \v. hall, Editor? Kutos tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, One inser tion, $i.uu; each subsequent insertion, f>0 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. YV. \V. Hai.L, Proprietor. LALltENS. S.V., Sept. 18, 15)01. Wllttt Fools! What tools we mortals be! So wrote the master mind of all tho earth, three hundred vcars ago But nobody should be surprised that fools turn up on ovory hand. When the President was assaulted many careless and foolish speeches were made. A republican Senator, of Marylaml, was charged with expressing his **'indiIToroncc." Thompson, a Southern Journalist, sug gested bis expulsion from tho Senate and the suggestion is met with endorse ment from Main:- to Texas. It is idiotic in the extreme. Free speech !s about all of val le left to the English speak ing race und the bravest of tho race, notably Lord Urskino, won and be queathed it to us. Assasinatio...

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 September 1901

Political Summer School. As repor te d for tho News und Courier hy I'Mitor of Lturens Advertiser. Luureus, s ptoniber 12. ? Special : The udvertUod political "summor mooting; was called to order in i t House by County Chairman (i. I*. Smith at 11 a.m. Tho Court room was full, about three hundred people being present, one-third from the city and two-thirds substantial farmers. Messrs. J. T. Johnson, A. C. Latluier, J. J. Homphlll and George Johnstone arrived last evening and ad .i the meeting. Senators Mc I.nurin and Tlllmatl and others wore !. but did not attend. Mr. lion, dcrson, of Aiken, wroto, explaining that u previous call to Hampton Coun ty prevented his being here. The -peeches, of forty minutes each, were necessarily on the same lines as horetoforo?oxpanslon alias Imperial ism, subsidy and protection and were celved with enthusiasm. Congress man Johnson, an old Laurons man, met ;i cordial round of applause when he bowed to an old home audienoe. Ho said that thcro were three...

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 September 1901

SWEET REVE C?pt?ir) P. A- AAITCHX:!-, Author of "Chattanooga," "CllloktUUMUglt," Kto. Coi>>rl?ht, 18U7, by Ilarpor 6c Hrotlii-rn. uj.^j^., t?..,;..|..i?|MWH.^;..HH-w^^ w ClIAI'TKll III. iKl-'l.M'i ?? K< ''*? ?II.I. this unlucky wound m A M ,i0vtT heal? Time files, and I, who should be up nud doiux. inn eagod like ? tiger walklug back and forth within the limits of Its Inclusure." This was my complaint as I paced my room one tuornlng shortly after the accidental reopening of my wound. My Impatience was not without cause. I had gone south, hb 1 have sold, with two objocta to Und my enemy and to gather Information. I had failed In Unding my enemy, but bad gained a complete knowledge of the points es sential to the capture of north Ala bama und was carrying It to the gen er. ' ? U the day I was shot. It had oe ? lined to me before setting out that, after MulHlilng my military mission, I might ?tili wish to continue my search for my enemy. Besides, there were other contingencies...

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 September 1901

NO. 8. THE RECONSTRUC TION PERIOD. Was Much Worse Than War Carpet RajjR tB From a Southern Point ot View. Thomas Nelson 1'age's contribuliou to tlie fSeptcml er numb' r of th ? At lantic Mouthlj shares with thai <>i' < \ Qovoruor Chnmbeiiuin,of South Caro hua, the disticlion of bt ing the most uotuhle of the Atlantic'- line series oil " The Reconstruction ?unod." Chamberlain was hi nisei t one i the u Reconstruction Governors of South Carolina, und ?Vits in olliuo when (Jen. Wade Hampton made the master!} campaign which testend the State to the control of its teal people Ciovor n< r Ubamborlni 1 (a New lv::l.wider. who had moved lo South (Jt roiiua aftoi the war, and who has since moved hack to his old home) was quite a partisan in those days, Ho toughl hard on the wrong aide. In Ins article in the Allan tc he made a clean I irons! of the whole thing, admitting Ihul In had been wrong, that llic treatment of the South during the Itecoustruetiou period was shameful, and tl...

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 September 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'rlcc-12 Months, $1.50 Payable In Advance. H. W. BAIjL, Editor. Hates for .?dvoitislug.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, ?or square, onn inser tion, $1.00. 3B0 . subsequent Insertion, f>0 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advurtisoments. W. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUKENS. S.U., Sept. 25, 15)01. The Anarchist. Anarchy?without rule?antagonism to rule?opposition to all rule and au thority? tho word itself is throe thous and years old. In some form or other It has existed since the establishment of Government by man. Tho outlaw lias been found In all ages and in all countries. Barabas was a robber In the very zenith of the Kornau empire a servile war by refugees from justice lasted for a decade, requiring great armies to crush It out. Orators In our Democratic country have been fond of declaring this the refuge of the op pressed in all lands. Hut robber bands organized for plunder, by hundreds and thousands, reached this country with the fathers and for two...

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 September 1901

Wallace Circus Stars. 11 is diflicul to say In just what de partment the Great Wuliucc Shows ex cel) but when it visits Laurens ou Thursday, Ootober the 10th., our citi zens can judge for themselves. Those who are versed in tho business and ought to know whereof thoyspeak say that tho riding as seen with the Wallace Show this year has never been equaled, much loss excelled. The rid ing of Mike Kooney and Orrin Hollis is q reve'atlon to the public. Their consummate sk>ll and beautiful grace are always greatly admired. They do everything on a horse's back that an m'dlnary acrobat can do on the stage. They never lalterorlo.se their balance, but perform feat alter feat in such an easy manner that their act is one of the most admired of tho entire pro gram, What Orrin Hollis and Mike Rooney cannot do on the back of a gal loping borco novcr could be done. Mike Kooney and Orrin IIollls are second to none. Those champion bare back riders will be seen with tho Great Wallace Shows when tho...

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 September 1901

CHAPTER V. fcBBBST. ^ - mm mm AVE you a man by the ? ? m*m name of Branderstano I stopping with you?" ? I heard the words spoken Bt tho front door In u pleasant voice, In which there wftfl something languid. My heart began a vigorous thumping. Looking out of the window, I saw a troop of Confederate cavalry at tho gato and men darting in different directions. I knew that the house was being surrounded. Helen went out to meet tho Inquirer. "Do you wish to see Mr. Brander- ? Btane?" she asked. "I do." Helen must have suspected that I ?was in danger. Th ? -o was a slight pause, in which I fancied sho was de liberating what to do. "Ho Is in a critical condltiou," Bhe said. "He was wounded recently. Ia your business with him important?" "Very Important." "Show tho gentleman in, If you please, Miss Stanforth," I cnlled. I know thero was nothing to bo gained by attempting to put the man off. I must appear unconcerned. Sho led tho way \.o where I was. A young man In tho uniform of a Confed e...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1901

VOL. XVII. LAURENS S O. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER o, 1901. BIT,!, ARP ON PRESIDENTS. He Went to School With R ose relt'a Uncle ?McKinley Was a Good and Trne Citizen. The public grief has assuaged. The shock that made tho uallou tremolo has passed away. Editors and preach* era have had thoir say and tho >f heels of government roll on iu their estab lished way. Nut for a day wan there any iutorruption to commerce or agii culture Party and partisans softened down aim paid regard to the lime, honored maxim, "Do mortui? nil nisi lion um say nothing but good of tbo dead. Even the yellow Journals slopped their cartoons and gave their readers a rest. But one extreme al ways follows another aud so idola'ry began as soon as the Preeidout was as sassinated. He would havo been saint ed if sainling was revived. Mow that he is dead he is every body's President. But time is a good loveler, and history is beginning to be mado. Mr. McKinley was no demigod nor will he be written down as a great statesman...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l'rkc-12 Months, $1.60 Payable lu Advance. B. W. BALL, Edirbr. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, por square, one inser tion, tl.OO; oaoh subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduotlou made for largo Advertisements. W. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAUltENS. *. Cm Oct. 0, 1001. Gray Court and Her Fair. Tbis fair little city had her annual exposition of stook, agricultural dis plays and other Interesting attractions on Friday and Saturday last. Our good friend Chlldress furnished tho span of dashing chestnuts and drove us up ten miles in luxurious fashion. Gray Court is a fair and beautiful vil lago, with a splendid surrounding country and a typical thrifty, indus trious and intelligent population, all dcMjrmined to be abreast and leading in tho raco of progress of this progres sive oleotrlc age. So wo wout to soe and lonrn, and wero not disappointed. Wo had no time to tako detailed notes, but The Advertiser will get it all from Its intelligent lo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1901

Uolatlons of Races Id Laurent by the U>00 Censu?: whites 1(3,206; colored 22,177._ Marl? Corelli's '-Thelma" whioh Mr. Chat. W. Cbaso has dramatized for Mr. Aidon Benedict, will he presented by a most excellent and carefully selected company at the Olty Opera House* on Oct 17th. Mr. Chase has spent much ti mo upon this work, which gives ov cry promise of popular success. llubb's Conveniences. Wo called attention sometime ago to Traco Fastener, an inestimable safe guard. Kx-Troasurer Babb will show you also his Star-Harness mender and llelt book- Every man using brldlo or harness should havo It. ScoIt at onco. Also safety lamp Fillor. You can't do witbout it. Manly?Jerry. Miss LvdiaEquilla Jerry, the uharnv ing sranu daughter of Mr. Joseph Jerry of this county, surprised her many friends by uniting herself In marrlago to Mr. 13. E. Manly, of Williamston, 8 C, on the 22d ult. Rev. Mr. Chlvos, of Piedmont, performed the oeromony at tho residence of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Loula Pitts...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 October 1901

H-H-HIH I I 'M' ?E^ REVENGE By Capt&lrj P. A- /AITCHKLt Author of ?Cb*ttenooc*>M ?,C'hlck?wir?uK?," Kto. , Copyright, UN7, by Harper &> Brother^. I CHAPTER IX. fwknd8. IT was plain to me that I was In the hands of that terrible war time scourge of the south, the guerrilla. This baud bad beeu ?ade op In east Tennessee and had moved out of their original stamping ground to get away from their old home* and find a better field for pil lage. From the Cumberland plateau they could swoop down toward Nash ?llle, Murfreesboro, McMlnuvllle, Bhel byvllle, Fayette or Huntsvllle and, If chased, could easily take to the mountains, where It was difficult to fol low iiiuui. Ou one of iheir ?? ity? Tum Jaycox and Pete Llalllday had got wind of my whereabouts and, with several of the gang. Including the man 1 had shot, bad gone down to look after me. Tho country In and about Hunts tIHo was too civilised for open assas sination, and Jaycox, after the failure of the attempt on my life, h...

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 October 1901

B1XI, ARP ON THIS WKATH?R He Discussea the Winde and the Rains and Touches on Politics. Atlanta Constitution. The ?lt im nl? are unsettled. The wind seem* m he veering southward. Roosevelt keep* on buying kind words about us and the Republicans are in a state of appiuhension. Tho G. A. lt.'s made the llrst assault on him because ho dared to oxnit the bravery and patriotism of our people; but he uu swered them hack nobly. And now they are in consternation because he invited Clnrk Unwell in diue with him. The City of iShuahun is perplexed. It looks like there is a power of good political fuu nliend ol us, und wo cau'i bo wonted. McKinley wanted to he kind, and they wouldeut let him, but my opinion is that. Roosevelt is going to run the machino accordiug to his emotions. Ue ib a man of emotions? good, gouerous emotions?and our emo tional nature is the beat part of our nature. That is the reason that wo men are better than mon; they are more emotional. A selfish man, a greedy man or a p...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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