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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 July 1891

W. W. HALL, El) I TO It. Hates for Advertising. -Ordinary Ad vertisements, per squnve, ono inser tion, 11.00; each aubsequont insertion, 60 conls. Ml.oral reduction niado for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALI/, ? v \ ' _. .? - ? Proprietor. XAURENh, 8. 0H July 21st, 1891. Chorus--??! am n demnSrat/' Georgia is certainly in a "Weav orlng way just at this Juncture. "Man wonts but little, hero be low" was scarcely written of money. The Alliance Is the most Impor tant factor in European politics,? tho Triple Alliance. The Clinton Gazette, having de clared aguinst the Sub-treasury, may expect some wooden headed Solon to proclaim that it has been subsidized. It is estimated that at least 90 por cent of tho whole cotton crop this fall will be covered with jute. ?Augusta Chronicle. How much, Chronicle, will bo covered with lions? Tho Buck-eyo Democrats go into the ring well heeled; tariff for rev enue only, free silver, tax on big In comes, no force bill, but local self government?somohody ...

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 July 1891

fyht ^Avtrtintr. LAUREN8, 8. C, July 21st, J891 LOOAL; Col. B. D. Cunningham Is In the city. Di<1 anybody ovor hear or a ?tag bar boouo? M;ks Atollio Vance has returned to Louisiana. Mr. Michard Forguson has returned from New York. Mrs. Pride, or Rock HIU, is VlaltitUJ Mrs. W. H. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 10. Wllkes, of Washington, D. C, nro in tho city. Mr. Honet, of the Abbeville bar, is hero. II It is moro than "hot enough Tor you" go to tho snow festival lo-nlght. Mr. M. If. Sandifer, or It >ck Hill, was In tho city Thursday. Miss Mallio Whcelor has returned to Now norry. Mr. W. W. Ball has boon visiting friends nt Cedar Spring, S. C. Mr. It. A. Pringle, of Charleston, was in tho city last woek. Prof, J. I. Clolaud, ol Clinton Collogo was in town Thursday. Misses Ida and Llzzio Brown are vis iting thoir sister, Mrs. J. If. James. Cadets Babb and Fike, of tho Citadel, nro at homo for tho summor vacation. "Santa Clans" in July. Ho will bo thoro?at tho Coflcgo?Tuesday night....

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 July 1891

THE ALLIANCE DEMANDS. WHAT^8ENAT0R_GE0RGEi of missis sippi, THINK8 of THEnT lie Accepts t liciu ?11 But Three?Why II? Cttut Accept The**?HIiI'Ud to Io?r?ui the Momt Circulation. The Associated Press dispatches an? nouoced sometime ago with a Moorish that Senator (jeonre, of Mississippi, who in nuking a light for re-election, had swallowed virtually all the de mands of the Ocala alliance platform except the sub-treasury bill. The Birm ingham Age-IIerald now prints the sen ators' letter In which the alleged swal lowing was done. The Ocaia derrJands are likely to be the centre of interest and political dis cussion during the next few months and all who wish to understand the dis cussiotiH and references and to be in formed in current politics should be thoroughly farailier with them. They have been published widely, but here they are again. Cut them out and paste them awuy ? "1. We demand the abolition of na tional banks; we demand that the gov ernment shall establish sub-treasuries or...

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 July 1891

"rajs VaJant chalk." ' DR. TALMAGE , PREACHES ON THE POWER OF ASSOCIATION. ??~? f-? Miltner'? Itei k. ruuil Kittlicr'? Ann Cttik^r Hrlug Vorth Tender lUvimiri? h Whin They Ajre Guuc-.Th. no .Me.??... i. nm.,.< ' French Pmvcrlul Hrrnmiif, -vs / * ? Lakkbidi:, O., July 10.?For many years people huve gtohered io. ujul(i (udrs at this season of the year for a reat out-door assembly.^ TJlo grounds ! are a short sail from ^ndueky. Tho place beautiful beyond description. Ur. Talmnge preached thia morning In dhls delightful place to a vast'multitude. His subject was the Vacant ' Chair, and his text, 1 Samuel xx, 18: "Thou shall bo missed, because thy seat will l;o empty." Set on the cutlery and the chased sil verware of tho palace, for King Saul will give a state dinner today. A distin guished place ;b kept at the table for his son-in-law, a celebrated warrior, David by name. The gueBts, jewelled and plumed, come in and. take their places. When people are invited to a king's ban quot, th...

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. — 28 July 1891

ahm-: in advance, . W. ??Lfj, EDITOR. _ Ldm for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vort)Hoin<iotH, por square, one Inner lion, fl.?O; ouch subsequent insertion, M cents. Llbornl roduction inndo for large Ad vertisement*. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. tiAUKENS, 8. Cv July 28, 1891. To bo ft democrat Is a thing of duty and c joy forever. Wo aro opposed to hard money, that is, hard to get. What Is the terminus of the "non-partisan way ?" If, indcod, Mr. BInino is sick, ho is respectfully referred to the ad vertising columns of this paper. It is n serious question whcthor the third party will turn out to bo n faction or a fraction. The farmers hud better bowaro lest ofllco seekers use tho Alliance as a crust for their private pie. Tho democrats say that Camp bell is coming "to anything but grief." As an allitonlivo and palatable ticket for tho Republican party, wo suggest Rood and Rusk or Tom and Jerry. Probably tho finest barbecue at traction that could bo contrived this summor would be a Bub-treas...

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 July 1891

LA?BBN8, 8. C., Jilyly 28, 1891* LOOAT^ Goueral M, JL. Roitham was in the city last woek. -?-.. ?. Hon. J. K. Vanoo, of Troy, visited It Is son, Mr. ?S. W. Vanco last week. Dr. O. D. Evans, ol- Newborry, Has boon attending Court. Dr. Marlin, Mr. Cue F?hl? and Mr. Koss left yostorday for Port Royal. Drlck 1? being Hauled for the now Preabytorlan church. Miss Pearl Sharp is visiting relatives In tho city. _ > Miss Mary Uroor is visiting Irlends In Hpartunburg. Rov. Dr. Carlisle, of Sparenburg, proachod n splondld sormon at tho Methodist church Sunday. Mr. Ham Wlikos, Mrs. O. W. Wilkes and Maslor Hoy leavo for tho North Thursday. Prof. Horaco VValkor, of tho Missouri Institution for tho Doaf and Dumb is in tho city to day. Tho population of Laurons gains one hundred and ninoty-oight per cent in ton yoars. How's that for high? Dr. P. D. Connor, tho dontisit, is at home again and roady to IUI Iho aching voids In j-our ivory. Mrs. L. N. Doyd and Miss Sara Dal I havo gone to Glenn Sprin...

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 July 1891

_? except one to eaoh uian, ana then those who did not have any were supplied with banketa that had been taken from their fellow pris oners. Barefooted prisoner a were sup plied with shoes, and a scant quantity Aof clothing was given to the most des titute. ^??ttAKINP TENTS AND MULE BEEK, Ti ^ wuts were mostly bell or round shaped. ^Jtiey had been refused for use In the Ifederal army and generally leaked. Thetattona as to quality were, as a ride, good, Pork two out or three ? days, the third Say beef, but occasion ally the ribs of foef were round, which snowed that it w.'s mule leef. llun S- ry prisoners ate it \U. the samo. The read was served In (>nnd loaves dally, one loaf x> be. dividisl between two prisoners-?it was short taigta. A pint cup of soup went with \vi0h loaf ot ' read. Two days' ratior^Were issued Saturday, and so sjfoau waa the T?Nto.that men freo.uentiy ate all dent tor^^W; h9jn<s prlsonaufe, ? ^^Twas half ration, allowingThreeVV. Aone <lay. I would con...

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. — 4 August 1891

SUB-TREASURY DEBATE. 8ENATOR BUTLER AND OR. STOKES MEET AT PR08PEMTY. Nothing New, r?>r or AkhIi.hi the Mrm ure, Preaenl? <l->Th? Henalor Find? No ? 'Inen In 'I iiK Htufn for h Third 1'ititjr ? Mil n. in ii y ..I Hi.- S.v.. i ui S|..< tin ?? Prosperity, S (?., July 29.?Tholarg cat crowd that Prosperity has ever known assembled toCay to hear the open joint debate on the sub-treasury between the two distinguished speak ers, the Hon. M. 0. Hutler and Dr. J, Win Stokes. From early dawn until the time of debute v v< ry entrance to the town was thronged with interested vis itors, and at 10 o'clock, the time ap pointed for the meeting to commence, quite iifteen hundred persons haa gath ered around the stand. Comfortable seats had been properly prepared for the ladhs in front of the rostrum, and in spite of the threatening appearance of the heavens a considerable number of the gentler sex were present. Every one was struck u 1th the excellent be havior of the assemblage, for ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 August 1891

Subncrlpthm P.rico?11 Montbs, fl.oo. PAYABLE JX ADVANOiC. W. W. HALL, EDITOR. RatoH for Advertising.Ordinary Ad vertlsemnnta, por square, one Inser tion, *i.oo; each subsequent Insertion, 50 cont*. Liberal reduction tnado for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. MALL, Proprietor. LAUREN H, S. C, Aug. 4th, 1891. Work it out?the financial problem. Much culture is given to the Cotton Plant by Its queer editor. Tho campaign of education is very-lively. All classes are en gaged upon the same problem. A few more out-door exercises like I'.af between Senator Butler apd Dr. Stokes at Prosperity and Wie mask will be removed. Tho burden of proof generally falls upon tho reader of proof? ac cording to tho experience of most newspapers. Tho head of tho Purists, alias "Reformers" In Charleston claims a majority. "Peradventure ten shall bo found there." Thomas B. Reed of Maino has returned from a visit to the Conti nent. When he gets to Washing ton in December ho will n.nd a quorum "returned" likewise. '...

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 August 1891

AJRKKH, H. Aug. 4 th, 18!)i. Xj O O A X-? ; im Ladle I'ollot, ...f Columbus, Ca., Mi, VV. H. Mitrt'ii mado a business trip to Charlotte lost week. ;<.t Spring (Jrove has M?? to Cross IIill. Mefceroua rains, havo fallen in all , . ol ihn county. fMek on the now Presbyterian church on Main Street I? being laid. The h'pr*o finds most ot hin content .. Ih grain*, ? _ Tho absent editor of tho Ai.vkutihkk }m here In spirit and desires his prosenco loH. See? Col. J; l>. M. Shaw attondod tho lay ing el the corner stono ofClomson. Mr. Allen Fleming has charge of tho Mcndell v In Dr. Martin's absence. Mr. Fugono VVilkes Is visitliiK a groat itirnlturoexposition at Cincinnati. Mr. Jessie Vance la visiting relativen In tho Mountain city. Mr. Itobt, Moorman of Columbia Is visiting In th? oUy. Miss Salllo Wheolor of rSowborry is visiting Miss Maine Fortruson. Mr. J. M. Vfsanskamndo a short visit to Abbovlllo last week. Mr. Hugh Aikon, or Charleston, lain tho city. M r. Ham Todd, of Due West...

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 August 1891

WO OugUiy lO Ub ia uiuvi i,uut <Au inct> meet tbo demand of tho ago in wliich God bos cast our lot. If you have co no expecting to boar abstractions discussed or dry technicalities of religion glorified, you have cotne to tin) wrong placo; but if ycu really would like to know whut this age has a right to expect of you as Christian won and women, then 1 am ready in tho Lord's natno to look you iu the face. , When two armieB havo rushed iuto battlo the officers ot either army do not want philosophical discussion about tho chcminal.propertios of human blood or tho nature of gunpowdor. Thov wrut some one to man tho batteries aud swab out the guns. And now, when all Ute forces ot'light and darkness, of heaven aud hell, have plunged into tho light, it IS no time to tzlVO ourselves to tilO de li nil ions and formulas and technicalities and conventionalities of religion, What we want is practical, earnest, concentra ted, enthusiastic aud triumphant help. What we need In tho east you 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. — 11 August 1891

LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11,1891. NO 2 SfiHMON IN TUE WEST. TALMAQE D1SCOUR8E8 FROM A CHAP TER IN RUTH. Soirow ni.il si. i i 1 i i<:: l>4v?lopes Cliurac ter? 1 111 111 n? i 111;; 1 , |< nriihlp m Olorloua ? Virtue?The l)?aut> uf 1 i nmio Inrinatry. Ghkkn Mountain * Fam-s, Col., Au<?. 2.?Dr Tahnago preached here to day to an immense audience. 111 West ern tour has been oue continued ovation. Never before has ho becuso cnthusiustl cally received or have llio people como to hi'nr him la - u ill vast numbers. Ho mrivtd hero Iron) I'm bio, which city ho Infton Wednesday lust in a car provi !? cd by the railroad company exclusively tor tlio use o.l Dr. Talmage and his sec retary. In this cor ho will visit cities in Colorado, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Kansas and Utah, it is side-tracked at places whero Dr. Tal mage has arranged to stay to preach or to lecture. His sermon redolent,wjih the breath of the grcut harvest Held ?>f iho West, indicates that tho popular preacher...

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 August 1891

Subscrlptbm Price -12 Monti) ' ?1.00. 1'AYADfjK IN ADVANCK. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kates for Advertising- Ordinary Ad vorllnoinnnt", por square, one Inser tion, $1.00; oach subsequent insertion, 60 con is. Liberal roductlou made for lor no Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN8, B.C., Aug. lltb, 1891. \i was a drawn battle?about n Tlghe.. >__ Not (ho Usue, but a material question?silver. Jone*, of Now York, the scales man wants to be Governor. lie will bo weighed in the balances. Mayor llemphill, of Atlanta, in troducing Ingnlls at the Georgia Chautauqua spoke of his home as 'Mho great State of Kansas." Hut how about the e-Stato of Kansas. It has not been regarded as good form for ambitious lawyers to crow when they won, because thero comes a case of cant-well now and then. Dr. James Woodrow has been elected president of the South Car olina College. A capital selection and that venerable Institution may have still a great futuie. St. Matthews wants to be the C. II. of a ne...

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 August 1891

LAUHKNH, H. O., Aug. llth. 1801. LOOAL; Mn. P. B. Connor Is visiting friends in Coke..bury. Editor J. 0. Garlington and family are in Mio city. If you want to "laugh and grow fat." go to the minstrel show Friday night. Miss I.ulit Pitts has joined the gay throng at Glonns. MIm Mary Greer has returned from visiting friends in Spartonburg. Messrs. J. O. Watts and Walter Wbar ton are sojourning at Glenn Springs. Mr. James Thompson, formerly of this olty, visited old friends last week. Miss Bailie Jones, of Edgofleld, is vis iting at her fathers, Mr. White Jones. Mr. P. B. Lockwood hasgono to Winns boro N. C. to take eliargo of a newspaper. Mr. Jesse Vance has returned from a vlBlt to Groonvllle. Mr. D. F. Bradley, of Alabama, is in the olty. Mr. Badgor Bowen Is largolyin tho city. Wo aro glad to8oediscountenance. Tub AnvKRTiHKit Is iudebtod to U. S. Senator Butler for valuable public docu ments. _i_ Mr p. W. H. Gilkerson and family vis ited rolatives in Abbeville and Green wood last wo...

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 August 1891

FATAL RAILROAD WREC.KT THE A3HEVILLE SPECIAL CRASHES! INTO A FREIGHT TRAIN. Knj(lu??r Urltiouden and I'lrmmin ltrown luitantly KlUed?Tba story of tit* Sola Sarrlvor of tlis Kuglae Crew? K Care less Flarnian and Conductor. Chakleston, S. 0., Aug. 2.?A fatal and fearful railroad accident occurred on Friday night at 11.40 p. m., at Itldge ville, on the line of tho South Carolina Railway. It was one of the most se rious occurences on the road in some time. The unfortunate event is sin cerely regretted and hy none more than by tho. follow-workmen of Engineer Henry Brisseuden and Fireman Wes ley <J. Browne, who lost their lives in tbe wreck. Both men must have died instantaneously, and were hardly aware of the danger which threatened them before the end came. It was all done as if in an instant. It was one of those unfortunate occurrences to which crim inal blame will, with diniculty, he at - t ached to i lie proper parties. Yet it does seem, from what has been heard of the case, that ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 August 1891

A rOOK LNYKSTMENT. YOU HAVE BARGAINED YOUR SOUL AWAY FOR NOUGHT. Di'. 1 1.1 mal,. hll..?r? How ili . Fool I oh Mm I.? AlRile mill How It Mhy Ho Itrmi dtfil? Cliriai'? Blood Will Bay Hon Bank. Toj'kka. Kan., August!?. -tie, Tal? tunge reached ihn? civ ycsterdn? in the COUttO of Iii? W? 8(1 iii trip, llo WHS wurmly welcomed by the cili/.eiiB who en uk' In largo ublubera to hear the fa tuous Brooklyn iliv.no. Tho subject of Iho eci mon for ibis week i.*: "A poor investment," and the text Isaiah hi: 3: "Yo havo sold yourselves for nought; and yo thull ha ledeenietl without money." The Lord's people had uone head long into fun, and us a lamislunent they had been carried captive to Babylon They found that iniquity did not pay. Cyrus seized Babylon, and felt so sorry tor these po?r captives that, without a dollar of commutation, he Icttht-hvgo home. ,So that, liicraily, my text was fulfilled: " Ye have sold yourselves for nought; and ye shall bo redeemed with out money." There is enough Go...

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 August 1891

Bul&Hcrlptl >n rrlcs?19 Moatb?, Sl.oo. PA Y A Uli I: IN A DVANC I:. W. W. HALL, EDITOR* Ratoa for Advertising- Ordinary Ad ? vortlKornootH, por nqiuire, ono Insor f <>u,fl.OO; oach BubMoquont iusortion, 6> cents. Liberal reduction in ado for lnr?0 Ad V.rtlHoinont*. W. W. 15 A I -1 ,. Proprietor i JiAUUKNN, H.O, Aug. 17th, 1891. Col. Keitt has been interviewed Into tho third pnrty. McCllnty met a happier fate. What h tho dlfforonco between a nowspapor editor and a news pipor subscriber ? Ono gives cur rency to, nnd tho other for, idoas. George Jones, editor nnd propri etor of tho New York Time?, Is dead. As n great and good man nnd ornament to tho brotherhood I ot quill driver*, hl? memory will ho honored. In tho groat popularity which lilaine's ability has recently earned for him, thoso truo stories about tho Mulligan letters nnd other in cidents in which unmitigated scoumlrelism was illustrated have .^bout passed out of mind. As was to he expected tho critics aro ab...

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 August 1891

I, A U UK NB, H. O., Aug. 17th, 1891. X-iOO , Wanted?waterworks. Why not a oomt ress in this oily, Cotton hsrvesting will be 1st?. Mr. Claude Fuller Is In tho city. Is a cotton faetory to bo built here this JallT It Is s very serious question. What we want Is sn up-town Ulegrspb ofllce snd s passenger dopot. . Tbero is to be s grest Isnd sale at Clreenyille on to-morrow, tho 19th. The board or city school trustees held an important meeting yesterday. Miss Ilattle Jones is visiting Mrs. Counts in Afbovlllo N. C. Mr. 8am Garllngton is ofT for the mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Jonos aro ex pected to arrive In tho city to-day. Head "Sam's" letter from Twin Lako (imp. S welter and envyJblm. Rov. Mr. Carlisle preached In the Methodist church Sunday. Miss Salllo Jones has gono to Glenn Springs. Mrs. Thos. Craig, ot Florence, visited her aunt, Mrs. W. L. I Joy d last v/ook. Prof. Wiliis Is teaching a singing school at Dorroh. Miss Mi..vmn Ferguson is visiting friends at Highlands, N. C....

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 August 1891

.M'S AWFUL DEATlC DROWNFD IN A TUB Ot CONCEN TRATED LYE WATER. l.?-f? Alone, It Cllmu* Up. does In Head foremost and i>i.?x? I'outnl Cold ?ud Uadljr DI?n?ured?An Awful Death. Columbia, S. 0.? Aug. 9.?One of the most fearful and revolting accidents that has occurred In Columbia in years was that which ended tho life of an innocent, pretty and playful little child in a sudden and terrible manner yes terday afternoon. About 7 o'clock the news of the acci dent spread up street, and nothing was talked of for the balance of the night. Tho story is as follows: At the J3auskett home on the corner of Taylor and Henderson streets, a col ored girl was engaged in scouring the floor of the rear piazza. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Holt occupy the place, and a little adopted girl child, Lily Wooten. who Is only a mere tot, two years and sixteen days old, was playing around. The woman was scouring with an old butter kit tilled with water, deluted with concentrated lye. Mrs. Holt's own little child was...

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 August 1891

aureus Atmtmtt LAU RENS, S. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1891. NO DONT INVITK SORROW. SUFFICIENT UNTO THE DAY IS THE 4 EVIL THtREOF. l>r. ThIiiihk? l'r?Hclif ? u Powerful Her^iou on tin Iu.uiilly ol llnrrowlng Ti on I ? l <> ? It H i? \Vr< ? In ii MMIiyHl.il??'Ilm Lord Will Look Out lor You. Brooklyn, Aug. 1(5.?Dr. Talniage has returned from Ida western tour rein vigornted in health and cheered by the hearty nud enthusiastic greetings he bus received lu tho numerous cities he has visited. Thousands of persons who rend his sermons in (heir local newspapers have struggled to get within sound ot his voice wherever be has spoken. Ills sermon this week in on the very common nud foolibb habit of borrowiug trouble, aud bis text is Matthew vl, 31, "Sufll elent unto the day is the ovll thereof." The life of every mun. woman and child is as closely under the divine care us though such person were the only man, woman or child. There are no ac cidents. As there is a law of storms in the n...

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