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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 19 May 1891

; PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. -' . . I' ? tti?.? -r ,. . Rote? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vortlsemauts, per square, one Inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, W cents, Liberal reduction made for large Ad vortisoinpnta. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. Ii AUREN 8, 8. C, May 19th, 1891. 1 " ?? ?? ?? ? ?. ?? Congressman Mills declares him self In favor of "free trade, free labor, free speech, and a free press." ?Augusta Chronicle. And a freo pass, adds the average statesman. The Florence Times declares that it was "conscientiously" opposed to Hampton for the United Muten Senate. The Times now as "con scientiously" nominates Hampton for the Viue-Presidency to preside over that body. "Ohl Temporal* Wo are in receipt of "Argument" of Postmaster General Wannama kor in favor of the Government es tablishing Postal Saving Banks. They should be adopted. They will enrourago thrift among the poorer classes of wage earners. It will be one check against the curse of the time?the rich g...

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. — 19 May 1891

LAURENS, 8. V., May 19th, 1891. LOOALi r.i : , ? - ~ " g? Miss Nannie Boyd Is visiting In Greenville. An infant child or Mr. T. I). Reeves died last week. Mrs. Martha Wllkeabas returned from a visit to Charlotte. Hev. Robert Franks preached in the Methodist Church Sunday. Hee about the moonlight festival on Frldav night. Miss Jane Hallow of Glenn Springs is visiting Col. T. Ii. Orews' family. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Llpacomb are visit* ing the family of Mr. W. M. McOaslan. Mr. Darby Fulton ol^Ollnton spent Sunday In the oity. Mrs. Brooks, of Seneca, is vhriting her sister, Mrs. MoCaslan. Mr. W. A. Wallace Is building a resi dence on Laurel Str?dt._ Mr. H. J. Garlington's brick works are now in full operation. Mrs. Lizzie Fielder, of Moores, is on a visit to her sister, Mrs. West. Call at TallaUasso is still on the anx lous bonoh. Miss Kunlco Walker, of Spartanourg, is visiting her cousin, Miss Lula West, on College Avenue. around was broken yesterday pre paratory to the building of the n...

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. — 19 May 1891

PHASES OF OUR POLITICS. THAD. E. HORTON WRITE8 OF OUR POLITICAL QITUATION. ? U*orala .Journalist'* ImpraMloa of the Adaninlatratlon? Political Cblr Chat that May or Mar Not Coma to Pim. Columbia, 8. C.May 10.?Outwardly the political Situation In this State is quiet, but one does not need to go very far below the surface to find the same elements of discord tbat read? the last campaign the hottest and bitterest over known. The lines between the Tillmanltes and the aDti-Tillmanites nre as clearly drawn as they ever were. Thero bus been no burying of the hatchet, no making up or old quarrels sinco the new administration came in. The policy of the administration does not seem to have been cast wltb any view to w Inning frlouds from the opposition, and with the exception of a few indi viduals, it is probable that there bos been little change in the ranks of the two factions .-inn; last summer's hot fight. In the endeavor to lind how Gov. Tillman's administration is pleasing the people, I...

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. — 26 May 1891

(MUFFIN AND TILLMAN. A TART CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN TWO OFFICIAL8. Governor Till man Calla the Superlntend ? hi of I lie Slat* i.iiimti" Asylant to Account, und the Lulter Defend* U in> ??!( with Some Acerbity. Columbia) s. c, May 18.?The fol lowing correspondence between Gov ernor THlman and Dr. Griffin, which conclndea with a request for the resig nation of Dr. Griflln, will be read with great interest. Tho letter referred to by Governor THlman in his opening note was published in the News and Courier: Columbia, S.'.C, May 5,1891. Dr. P. E. Griflln, Columbia, S. O? Dear Sir: In your letter to the regents, a copy of which was handed me last week, you complain of unfair treat ment and an ex-parte examination of witnesses by the committee. 1 beg to remind you that when tho Investigation begun no charges had been preferred against anyone, and the com mittee, including myself, looked to getting at the truth only?finding out if anything was wrong with the insti tution or its managemen...

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. — 26 May 1891

f?iibHcriptloa Fries?li ? outba, ?l.oo! PA Y A III, K IN" ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. * R?tos for AdyorllHlriK. Ordifuiry Ad vortlftoumnts, per aquaro, one Inser tion, f 1.00; each Hiibsoquont insertion, co COIll*. LI bora) reduction made for largo Ad vortiHoments. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. Laubens, s. a, May 20th, isw. A dry toast: the Georgia cracker. The gout has the statesman from Maine. We congratulate the gout. Where Is the Itata? Echo an* ewers,?"Ta ta!" Everybody is at sea?with the Charleston. A mad governor is the cause of tho Asylum ttouble. They do "things up Brown" In Kentucky. Wo wonder if lunatics In the asylum will cry "No Popery I" Tillmanity and insanity knocked Grifflnlty Into nonentity. A noat and newsy paper is tho Columbia Register in its now dress. Harrison in the halls of the White House whistles, "Home, Sweet Home." The latest report is that Blatno's mind is weakening. If true, look OUt for a political a vala no lie. An improper fraction In- the South,?the -V ...

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. — 26 May 1891

LAURENS, 8. O., May 26th, 1891. LOOALi ?? ? . ., A delightful sbowei fell .Sunday nlgbt. Congressman Shell is convalescent. For groceries; Holland'?. Every day'll be picnics, by and by. Senator Irby went to Columbia last Thursday. Mr. C. C. Foatherstone went to Green ville on business last week. Electric lights and water works are greatly needed. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Caine hayogoneon a visit to Baltimore. * Mr. Allen Jones, of Columbia, was in tho city laut week. Dr. Jno. A. Barksdale and Mr. Doug lass Darksdale are absent in New York. - ,)-. Tho girl's commoucement Is the boys entrancement. A Laurens cow gave birth to twin calves last week. Old newspapers for sale; apply at this office._ Mrs. Blythe of Greenville is visiting Mrs. Mary F.Todd. Tho stand of cotton is reported bad evory whore. Col, Gary Watts spent Saturday and Sunday in the oity. Col. Jas. II. Traynham and family are visiting relatives at Princeton. A colored woman, wife of Blufdrd Mc Morrts, died suddenly here yesterd...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 May 1891

AT THE SAME 1>0RT; THE "E8MERALDA" AND "CHARLES TON" IN STRIKING DI8TAN0E. Now What will hm I)ou??-TU? Chilian Ukaly to ?>? Crippled for l.uok of Fuol Our "Brno Frauvlaco" and "Ualtlmora" Ainous tba Iuvuraent Flaat. Washington, D. C, May 10.?Af ter a week's waiting some tangible news was received at the navy department from the "Charleston." First came a dispatch li oiii Acapulco stating that tho Chilian insurgent cruiser "Esmeralda" had put out of Acapulco harbor yester day and had returned to port today. Later on through the stato department a dispatch came saying tho "Charles ton" had arrived at Acapulco and that the "Esmeralda" was stfll in port, but giving no news of the "i tutu." What next step will be taken no one at the state department knows or is ireo to tell. The "Charleston" will tako on coal as her supply probably ran out duriug the wcok's chase. Whether the "Esme ralda" is to have tho privilege of taking coal aboard tan not be answered here, as it is a matter ent...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 June 1891

vox* VII. LAURENS, S. ? ESjDAY, WE 2, 1801. MO. liL AUi DEFINES -IIIS BELIEF; ONE WEEK'S WORK THE SUBJECT OF DR. TALMAGE'? 8ERMQN. IIa II? llt-v? k In Mm? Mown!') Acuouut o< Mio Cr.uMon, und l>oca Not.II??lt*t? to 8j?y Nu Moat l/mpliH<lc;illv?A Nutabi* 8er' moii J'r?u? ht-il Muu?uy, J>tMy.24tli. Brooklyn, May 2t.--Thc strikiug sei men Dr. Talmogo delivered this, mommy to nn audience which tilled tho new Tabt rnacle In everysj^artd? alt with a loilo of interest to. all whp liavo. Hatched the (Hecufcv'ona rf?"^?;tftating the churclu *. Wnercvcr tho'question of the inspiration ol IheJJlblq i*..jaised, tho trustworthiness of the Mosaic narra tive of the erenlion is always the^point chiefly assailed. The fact that fro prOm ineut and eloquent n preacher, asDr. Talnmgo places, himsell clearly on re cord on tho's.Ulo of orthodoxy w'll doubt less I nvo a marked Influence on public opinion. His. text was. Genesis 1,31, '?And tho evening nud tho n'orning were the sixth day." From M...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 June 1891

subscription rrlce-ia Moatfcs, 9L00, _PAYABLE iy ADVANCE. ~lV.~ WTb? liLt KM t?u7 Hates for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vorthinmeiit?, per aquaro, one inser tion, $1.00; each miuHuqueut iiiHortloo. 50 conti. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vert'HomantH. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. \ LAUBENB, 8. C, June 2d, 1891. What class of Americans are most like hogs? Pen-shun-ers(pen sioners.) - _ Call, of Florida, goes back to tho Senate remodelled in politics; a gladder, not a wiser man. Tho Cotton Plant Invites all Southern Congressmen to state whether or not thoy travel on free passes. Governor TUIman has called a Charlestoniati a fool. Is tho Gov ernor a dlscoveror, among other things ?_ Comptroller Elletbe is in a fair way for immortality. If he stops tax dodging in South Carolina he touches the topmost niche In the temple. Let no guilty man escape. Two letters did the Governor in - dito to Prof. Alexander. One, per haps, was written with his right, tho other with his left hand; and tho ono ...

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. — 2 June 1891

LAUBENS, 8. 0., June 2d, 1891. LOCAL, General M, L. Bonhtm was lb town Saturday. Haven't you Juat tbe place to put a quarter of an aore In beans.? Miss Azile Wilson has been visiting the family of Dr. W. c. Irby at Clinton. Thero should bo thirty or forty acres of tomatoes In and around Laurenn. Miss Mary Garrott has returned from a visit to Charlotte and Columbia. Mr. Perry Beattle. of Groonvllle, vis ited friends in tbe oity last week. As for us, we are vegetarians for tbe present._J0j Mr. Jen" Evans, formerly, of this oity, now of Roanoke, Virginia, is in town. Let there bo more beans in Laurens than Mosion this yea**. Dr. B. E. MartliAas boen in the Low Country on a fishing oxourslon. If you can't get all the garden soed you want, why telegraph to Augusta. Mr. Eugene Martin Is at home from school. Editor Garlington was over from Hpartanburg yestorday. ?'What is so rare as a day in Juno?' Spring ohickons, only moro so. Miss Annie Irena Zimmerman, of Glenn Springs, is visiting Mis...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 2 June 1891

THE A1?XANDER1MATTER. CORBESPONOENCE BETWEEN 1 HE GOVERNOR AND PR0FE83OR. ?Itopatby With m Heuroh Afttr Truth - Th? Dropping of tb* l'rof???jr nut Ke llgtout ror??oiitlun?A Much Talked of Document With not Much Id It. The following is the correspondence between Governor Tillman end Pro lessor Alexander, In regard to which ho 'much curiosity has been mauitested: THE governor's first letter. (PRIVATE.) April 22, Ml. Dear Sir: In to-day's Haws and Courier I llnd mention made of the sub ject matter of your talk with the Trus tees yesterday and prominence given to a question propounded by me. I desire to disclaim all knowledge of this pub licity, and 1 regret that your earnest and frank statement, which strongly excited the admiration and sympathies of many of the Trustees, should have ?;one forth la such a way and at such a ime. I cannot refrain from giving- oxpret, slon to my own feelings in the matter, and to say that while I fear your open avowal of such doubts will inevitably sever ...

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 July 1891

ASTRAY BUT RECOVERED. DR. TALMAQE PREACHES ON THE NE CESSITY OF A REDEEMER. ???i?nly, Pathos and Comfort Found In Um Vittjr-tblrd Chapter of Isaiah?How and Way Men and Sheep iio Astray. Whosoever Will. I<?t If Im Come. Brooklyn, June 28.?Dr. Talmagc'e termo? to-day is of so decidedly evan gelical a character as to prove conclu sively that while so many eminent | preachers of. the day are drifting away from the old fashioned Gospel he re mains firm in the paths of orthodox v. : Us subject' la ''Astray, but Recovered," aruf his text, Isaiah Hl, C: "AH we like sheep have gone astray: ? * * and the Eotd hath laid on him the hiirp y of ninety years at tho longest all wbo hear or read this sermon will bo iu eternity. During the next liltv years you will nearly ail be gone. Tho next ten years will cut a wide swath among the people. The. year 1801 will to somo be the duality. Such considerations make this occasion absorbing uud mo mentous. The first half of my text Is an Indictment, "All...

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 July 1891

I :*linnjnifi, |HJi M*|li!VIV, ... 'IV J l| W ? ^ tlou, Jl.tfO; ouch HUbHoouont Insertion, ft) cents. ? JiUjurnl reduction nnu'c for lon<o Ad vertiHonmntn. W. W. ?ALL, _ Proprietor. LAURENB, 8. C, July 7tb, 189J. Are you officials who ride on free passes In favor of the government al control of railroads? The Governor no, more than the girls can stand tho brass buttons of tho Citadel boys. A Charleston darkey kicked a.iother to death. It was probably not a "bootless" murder. Who "subsidized" tho country press of South Carolina to inveigh against free passes? The projected cotton factory Is tuking a summer siesta, Lookout for it when the leaves begin to turn. Would "courtesy" compel Gov. Tillman to accept an invitation to Join the Columbia Club? Suppose tho banks of the Colum bia Canal should cave and the city should fall in ? Its name would be "mud." In case the unfortunato disability of School Commissioner Cook should prove permanent, the Gov ernor will have the appointment of h...

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 July 1891

%$ht ^Avtrtintr. LAUKENS, S. O., July 7th, 1891. LOCAL, Mr. Gl Ham Kelly was In tbe city last ?week. _ Dr. W. H. Dial visited Cokosbury last week. ^ Mr. Jdo A. Barksdalo ot Greenwood is here. _"_ Col. Gary Watts spent the Glorious Fourth in town. Dr. 1'. B. Connor and family leave to dsy for Lincolnton, N. C. Hani. F. Garlingtou wonttoGreouville On business last WOOk. Mr. Abs Godbold of Cokosbury Is visiting friends in the olty. Tho celobratlon ot the Fourth In Lau ions went by default as usual. Miss Corrio Hart, pf Cokosbury, has been visiting friends in tho city. Mr. J. W?lls Todd has gono over to Glenn Springs to recuperate for a few days. In Suntii Carolina are filteou canning factories representing an investment ot ?45,010. ? Miss Oslo, who has hud charge of tho millinery at Poole's store, has gono to Baltimore._ Mr. F. M. Clarke is the new superin tendent of the Allen Manufacturing Company at Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wardlaw and Mas tor Jno. B. Wardlaw havo gono to Vir gini...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 July 1891

i je alliance's stand. PRESIDENT 8T0KE8 TALKS OF THE NEW PEOPLE'S PARTY. Iba ai <!*??? Will Mo? Kndome i?; but lNmo< m?e Ufi>/?n Mut l'?y More At * tantl** to AUIum D?ni*ndi>?Tho m?t Uru( Candidates Munt hv Considered. Okanobbuhu, S. Ci June 26.? Ever since the thlr<l party was promul i(aled there has been a certain amount of curiosity thoughout the state and elsewhere as to how Dr. T. W. Stokes, president of the South Carolina State Alliance, stood on the matter. This curiosity has amounted to anx iety and every once and a while some ono of the stato's weekly journals comes out with the great question of the hour: "How does the president of the Alliance stand on the third party question?" To satisfy theso papers and the public generally, your correspondent visited President Blokes at his office yesterday . and asked his views concerning the third, or people's party. Dr. Stokes scorned perfectly willing for a chat, and what he bad to say I give as follows: "It does se...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 July 1891

. * ?- *- ' ... ,. ,?.,,, _ ' t r VOL, VII._ L AURENS, S. C TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1891. ~~ NO. 50. GOSPEL OF THE WEATHER. DR. TALfvHGE PniACHE8 ON THE COMPLAINTS ABOUT THE RAIN. The Wonderful Imagery of the Hook of Job?How the Study of It Has Made Weak Men Into Infidels-Never Wade Into a Myslerv Over Yoni Head. BROOKLYN, July 5.?Dr. Talinage's sermon today is on a kind of gospel in which few people believe. The weather is a common object of complaint and fault Unding, but Dr. Talmage finds a gospel in it, which today he proclaims from tho text, "I huh the rain a father?" Job xxxviil, 28. This Hook of Job has been the sub ject of unbounded theological wrangle. Men have made it tho ring in which to display their ecclesiastical pugilism. Home say thut the Book of Job is a true history; others, that it is an allegory; others, that it is an epic poem; others, that it is a drama. Some say that Job lived eighteen hundred ycari before Clir'iBt, others say that he never lived at all. Some say th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 July 1891

?.TT?*--.. . '?ortptloii ^TXcJ^^vTlkL?tMB,fl.OO. JPAYAWiK IN ADVANCE. W. W. B?LLt EDITOR. Katos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad VortlHoinnntH, por square, one Inser tion, fl.OO; oach subaoqueut insertion, 60 cents. ' Llboral redaction made for larajo Ad vertiKemenls. W. W. BALL, _ Proprietor. liAUREMH, 8. C, July 14, 1891. Down with tho ra-pass-ity of of fice holders! Wo thank our stars that we have not been "viewed with suspicion" by HnelPs Alliance. Lecturer Jefferles should go to tho Chilians. They need him in their business. Tho Kuiser has been visiting his grandmother, the Colonel. His uncle, tho Gambler, is on hand too. If Tillmnn converts Terrell, thon Torrell will bo a "statesman out of a Job." How would it have suited Me Uoth to have debated the Sub treasury in tho Witches' Cave? Lnto parliamentary elections go to show that Parnell nover "gets up his Irish" those days. Enlightoned people havo always suspected that tho World turns around, tho Charleston World, that is. Whether ...

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 July 1891

LAUBENS, 8. 0., July 14th, 1891. LOOAL; See change of schedule It. and D. R. R. i Ml<?s Malllo Wheolor, of Nowrwjrry, la visiting Miss Lulu Pitta. Misses Moilwain aud Irwin, of Selma, Ala., aro visiting Mra. C. D. Barksdalc. Mr. Juo. II. Richardson baa gono to I lot Springs Ark. Prof. W. M. MoCaalan has returned from a tour in the Wost. Miss Ksttil l<> GrlllUb, of Lrowiedalo, is visiting lior sister, Mrs. Hogers. Miss Hattie Frlerson bas returned from Alabama for tbo Hummer vacation. Remember the picnic at Old Eden on next Saturday. Little Miss Kli/.a McDouald is visiting bor aunt, Mrs. Richardson. Mr. Oswoll Richardson accidentally shot himsolf in the hand last woek. Tho wound Is boginuing to heal. It will bo soon by rot'oronce to another column that tho Wilkos Rook and Drug Storo is offered for salo. Row Thomas Chapman is oxpootod to preach atM.M. Toaguo's school houso on tbo fourth Sundav in July, 20th inst. In this Issue Dr. II. Martin advurtiHcs beautiful pictures give...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 July 1891

KILLED BY^ELECTKICITY FOUR MURDERER8 ELECTROCUTED AT 8IN0 8ING PRISON. Thcr? WM m Terrible Shook and Than Ob llylon?Nothlim to Terrlfr th? Spec t ? tor*?The M?n Dl?d Without ? Strug ?1?. SiNoSiNO.N. V., July 7.?The four miserable murderers?Sloe uro, Sudler, Wood ndd Juglg'b?were put to death here early this morning iu the electrical chairjythe first named at 4.20 a. in. and the others later, at interval of about half an hour apart?Jugigo, the last victim, receiving the deadly lightning stroke at 0.05 a. in. Most of the men were awake when, shortly before 4 o'clock, the priests and the chaplalu appeared. Chaplain Ed fegerton spoke a few words of comfort p-o Jugigo, when he told him that the &end was near, but the Jap did not re r oeive them In a grateful spirit, and the chaplain passed on to Smller's cell, while the two priests busied themselves ' respectively with Slocum and Wood. The condemned men took very calmly the announcement that the sentence was about to be executed. The...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 July 1891

LAURELS, S. C, TUESDAY, JULY 21,1891. TALMAG Ii! IN KKMTUCKY. WUNESSfcS TO THE TRANSFORMING POWE R CF CHRISTIAN RELIGION. lt.- MjUl'M t m I-timi'? TVmlmoiijr?-The Ufuerouh Action m.i<j?ui?BbutM? ii:<- ftl OoIoiihiI?-* itinl Tlioir HewMrU? lUllorilll' ? ail I ' Ii In lit t <<? h. Hum Bunion. Kv., July 12.?A vast concourse of people assembled this morn iuu on the historic ? anin ground at Illy.h Bridge, Ky.. to hoar Dr. Talmage pn ach, They tamo I'roni all the sur lounding cities, towns and neighborhood. A largo contingent Iron Loulsvillo and another IVoin Cincinnati wore present. Many of the visitors huvc remained here since jcslerdav afternoon, when Dr.Tal* mago pie.ached in the same place. The it M "I hissermnu (his morning v.its from Avil i?. 15, "We me witne.-scs." Standing amid the hills ami groves ot Kentucky, und bet?r this great multitude that no man cuu number, most of whom I never saw before and never will see ugilili In ibis world, I choose a very j tactical il...

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