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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 August 1891

Subscription Price?12 Moatbt, 91.00. PAYABLIO IN ADVANCE. W* IF. BALL. EDITOR. Raton for Adyertlsinff.--Ordlnary Ad vortisomnnta, por iiquaro, one Inser tion, f 100; onch aubsuquont Insertion, 60 centa. LlboYal rodttctlon mado for largo Ad VortiKomouta. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAU WEN 8. 8.C., Aug. 26th, 1891. Literally speaking tho split Charleston Democracy is a "gaping Crowd." It "<H bo a tragic onding to a farce if tho O. O. P. clips tho ??Wings" in Charleston. In these latter days, the Sub treasury has become a mere "scheme" or "plan." That is to say, it has becomo dc-bili-itated. When tho Cssar Issued his ukase all Europo nmdo a wry face and tho Americnn market flushed up exceedingly. Though tho cry for Dlaine grows uproarous In iho Republican camp, Harrison will remain the candidate of his kin. Tho agitation for a State school for girls was commenced in tho Legislature sevoral years ago by tho lato Col. J. O. Blue, of Marion. If McKinley is elected Glovornor of Ohio, it wi...

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 August 1891

LAURENS, 8. O., Aug. 26th, 189!. LOOAL; Will there be any more g. g*a or b. d'b tblH Rummerf Mr. Jeaso Vance nas entered ti,0 Southern Express service. Mrs. W. II. Pool and son, of Unlol, bavo boon visiting in Laurens. Tbomaa Watts Is at home from Nowi berry. _ Mrs. J. Warren Shell expects to leav* for Toxas this woek to visit her sons. Mr. T. W. Wright and Mrs. S. BarroU loavofor Jackson. Miss., to-day. Eov. W. H. Atkinson will proneii iu the Presbyterian Ohuroh next Sunday.'; Miss Hattio Jonos has returnod fron' tlie mountains. Mrs. Lizzio Barrett, of Mississippi, is visiting her mother, Mrs. E. C. Watta. Col. B. W. Ball went to (Ireenyill Friday to attend theU. H. Circuit Court Charley Grlflllu, the traveling man o the News and Courlor, was in the city last week. Mr. Young Vanoo entertained his friends with a dollghtful party last Friday ovoning. Fon Sale?I offor my Corbett placo and Jorsoy property for sale. Terms easy. N. R. Dial. Mra. C. D. Barksdale and little daugb. tor, Lau...

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 August 1891

COMMON. ^CATASTROPHE RLAND. tho? lato an Kxeur ding? Eighteen Per ty or More lojurcd. 7.?A terrible acci the instant death of J the serious injury of e of whom will prob d today on the Jura il, near this city. A train, which was con of villagers from the intry to witness the on with the seventh an foundation of the city of >pped at a siding a short Is destination in ordor to ar Paris express to pass. >f the express as nearly as icertained, had not been '.> fact that the excursion lie track ahead of him, and t of the excursion train e neglected to send a slg : to protect the rear of his the shunt was arranged, i running at high speed, .ho excursion train so sud* 10 engineer's efforts to check d avert a disaster were un ?ho heavy express dashed .r of the excursion train, de the guards van, which was d forcing its way through the ?h. The passengers in this e nearly all killed or injured, flnmcn, assisted by Ihe passen i had escaped injury, set to w.-i > immediately to rescu...

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

mxtm totvtmt. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1891. NO. 5. ALL MEN MAY BE GREAT. THE WdftLD WILL NOT KNOW IT, BUT ALMIGHTY GOD WILL. Ur.T. I>e Wut TalniHifH 1?)? Of l ).:, ;;> Which Meu wild Women Mn> Do?Nino ? Uuumnboul for Mihvcii nud Ilm l.uril OCKAN QjtOVE, N. J.. AlJg. J !. - This is camp meeting Sunday at Ocean Grove. Ita celebration is always re garded an the Kreut event of the year at tills famouH religions watering place. This year tbc attractions uf its obser vance have been enhanced by the pres ence of Dr. Talma??, who preached this afternoon in the Auditorium. Every seat was tilled and every iuch of stand ing room In the aisles was occupied, and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. It is estimated that lully till eon thous and persons wcro able to hear the doc tor, and many others were deprived'of that privilego. His text was Danie l xi. 32, "The people that do know their (Jod shall bo strong and do exploits." Antiochus Epiphanes, the old shun r, came down th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 September 1891

Subscription Price--13 Montbr-, fl.oo. PAYABbE IN ADVANCE. W. \V. HALL. EDITOR. ?Ulo? for AdyorUnliiK. Ordinary Ad vorlSHOinont.M, por w-unro, oho Inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, * 60 cnnt". Iilborttl reduction in ado for largo Ad Vi'tisi'liKiil'i. W. VV. HA I.Ii, Proprietor. LAUBE*8, 8. C, Sept. 1st, 1891. Something Hotter. Since tho demise of tho Into la mcntcd Sub-treasury bill, the Al liance proposes to strenuously ad vocate tho poor ghost of a Bub treasury "plan" until "soniothlng hotter" is offered. We respectfully suggest a sub stitute and beg that Dr. Stokes, who Is a prodigiously fair man, will givo it kind and careful at tentlon. Hero it is: Following out tho demand of tho Ocula platform, lot tho government issuo bonds at a reasonable rate of ^Interest to tho extant of nine bil lions of dollar**, and buy tho railroad And telegraph linen. Then let the government issuo a paper currency redeemable in railroad passage or froight, or telegraph toll limited to tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 September 1891

LAUREN8, B. O., Sept. let, 1891. L00"AL; if r. ?nd Mr?. W. L. Boyd are visiting In Groenvllle county. Mr. S. ?. Junos, Jr., of Spartanburg, wftfl bore last week. Qot It -by word of mouth lrom Davis? Honor A Co. Geo Boyd and C. O. Feathers tono have returned from tho mountains. J. J. Huber, of Dyson's, 8.C, 1? vlalt Iuk hia sinter, Mrs. J. 8. Davidson. Now Is tho time to Insure the Uvos of dogs In town by collaring them. Mies Emmie Fielding of Groenyllle Is visiting friends In tho olty. Charlton Todd Is at home from the mountains. Mrs. Sherard and Master Yancy Gll kerson are visiting In Abbeville oounty. Miss Blanoho MoDanlel or Mt. Galla gher is visiting Judgo J. M. Olardy's family. Miss Mo me Ferguson has returned from Highlands. _ W. D. Watts Is with J. M. Visanska temporarily. Ilov. and Mrs. N. J. Holmes were in town Saturday. Ham. F. Garllngton. has returned from Ciesar's Hoad. Mr. J. M. Yisanska and family have gono to Uondor8onviUe. ' Dorroh Ferguson is again at home and will ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 1 September 1891

SOME COUNTY OFFICERS 8HARPLV CRITICISED BY COMPTROL LER GENERAL ELLERBEE. William M'Ovwrii, Kx-8chool Commis sioner of Union Countr? in Trouble-* Governor Tlllmnti and Comptroller General KHerbee Have Home luterertt Injr. Correspondence About It. COLUMUIA, S. C? Aug 21.?Tho Register, of Ulis morning, says the Coun ty oflicers all ovor tho Stato havo liad their RottlcnionU with Comptroller Gen eral Ellerbce, mul tho result Is that many of them wmli they held other offices or nono at all. The reasons for this wish arc many, hut tho principal ono is that ?ovorai of lhet>o County otliccrs havo been keening their hooks and handling biate funds iu such a careless manner that they do not knotv exactly liow they stand with tho State. In ono caso this amounted to abso* lute thott and in several others tho care lessness was so groat as to become al? most criminal. Governor Tillmnu has henrd of tho Irregularities that exist and ho and Comptroller General Ellorbco havo had aomo interesting c...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 September 1891

V OL. VIT. ~~ LAURENS, S. 0? TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1891. NO. 6. THE WRNCRIB OF EGYPT. NO ADMITTANCE TO GOD'3 BOUNTY UNLESS CHHIST GO WITH YOU. Th.? Fuuilue That Wm? Sore In All Lftgda ?T?i?- OpnA1i|On luipoftd Thnt n?i j*~ inln .Should it a Inlo Kfyjit with Mia 111 ? i! . . n ] ?. i i . >>i i ii a Tri?e of C'hrlHf,. DnooKtaYN? Aug. 30.?Tho cabled reports <if meager harvests iu Europe, and tho memory of tho vast cropa ot ripening grain which Dr. Talmnge saw during his recent tour in the. west, have combined to tutu ids thoughts back to that patriarchal Ilms when all the world .net)t to Egypt to buy coru and to sug gest a Gospel 'esfion. His text is Gon csiB xliii, 3, "Ye shall not sec my lace, except your brother ho with you." This summer, haviug crossed eighteen ol the United States?north, south, oust and west?I ha o to report the mightiest harvests that th'S country or any other country ever reaped. If tho grain gern? biers do not somehow wreck these har vests wo aru about...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 September 1891

Jtotogorlptlon Price-12 Months, fl.co. R PAYAItliK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. .?ateH for Advertising. Ordinary Ad Vortiuomunts, por nqunrc, ouo Inaor ttou.ft.00; ouch subsequent insertion, BO <?"111 i. 1,1 bond reduction made for largo Ad ;vorti?omontfl. W. W. BALL) Proprietor. LAURENH, S. C? Sept. 1891. jk. If Stokos should cvor veuluro to moot Put lor ou tho slump again, our surprise will only ho equalled ' by unmixed delight. Tho Georgia Allianco is opt to think Senator Gordon's siloneo op i pro8sive. It pains us" to remark 'that anything Gordon niiglit sny ? Would hardly bo worth listening to. I Tho Sutnter Freeman, an lntenso Allianco paper, Is edited with Vigor and aggressiveness, but it does not abuse people, and is uni formly fair and elevated in tone. Thero aro papers and papers which might learn valuable lessons from tho Freeman if they were so in clined. Tho Advertiser confesses that it Is rather glad that McAllister got tho best of his tussle with McCune. It will...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 September 1891

LAUREN?, 8. 0., 8epf. 1801. The work or macadamizing the streets is going rnpl?Hy forward. Mrs. Kllllngawoirtb has leturned from a ylslt to Troy. _ Mr. Davis, of Davla, Ropor A Co., has roturncd from Now York. Mr. W. A.Jamicson has roiio to the nortliorn markets. Miss Mary Rivers is clorking at J. T. Poolo's._ Mr. It. K. Danoy, a prominont cotton man of Savannah, was hero last week. Mr. O. A. Drowning, or Qrcenvillo, was In town Friday._ Miss St. Lawrence Farrow, or Cross Anchor, is visiting Dr. Poole's tamily. Mr. Waltor Goddard has returned to thoclty. _ Mrc Wright, daughter ot ltev. Mr. Clark, has heen visiting hor ruthcr. Such dogged persovorahco as was shown by tho pulico about Sept. 1st! Dr. L. S. Puller and rainily bavo re turned from a visit to Cross UM. Mr. James Bobo, of Qroouville, visitod his brother 0? B. Hobo, last wcok. Mr. Arohlo IJurnsido is omploycd at J. T. Poolo's. Mr. Jno. P. Fowler Is clerking at Poolo's dry pools store. Misses Jonos and Grifllu of Clinton have...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 September 1891

THE COTTON CROP. very badly damaged by rain and drought. 1_ JJetalled Itaporta from ?II the Southern Htute*?A Oeneral 11?port of Two Mnoh Itain??Co t ton Shedding and Rust and W?fmi i Other Crops. i Wasiunoton, Aug. 29.?The weath er bureau's weekly crop bullet!a says tho week has been unusually cool tluroughout the Central valleys, includ ing the corn and wheat States and the greater portion of the cotton region, the average dally temperature over these sections ranging from 6 degrees to 12 degrees below the previous years for the same week. These conditions were directly the re verse of those ii um needed over vne corn region where the crop is late. Frosts have occurred in Northern Minnesota, Dakota and portions of Wisconsin and Northern Iowa, result ing in some damage to wheal, cranber ries and vegetables, but causing little or no injury to corn. The wcok was warmer than usual on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, the ex cess in temperature amounting to 6 de {frees per day in Southe...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 September 1891

THE POWER OF KINDNESS, LESSIONS FROM PAUL'S RECEPTION ONTHE ISLAND OF MELITA. TIlA Darli u mi |>?-o|ilo ol tlin IhIiiikI Wfiro mV?I IJnroi riipt?t?l, hiiiI So tli? Prompt ings of Mlkturo KnltU Tliein~ Kln<ln<t?a m, Kovnl Klowor of OoiI'm OoodneHM. Brooklyn, s? pt. 13.?Brooklyn Tabernacle toilav contained manystrnn gern oa their wuv hotue from iho water ing p'accs and foreign lands. Manv of tho members absent from the city dur ing tho Rummer were In their places. The church building und the or>:nn, which havo beeu nhnobt continually under brush aud hammer since the dedication lost spring, are now nbout completed. The sermons today wero lull ol congra tulation nnd were alloudcd by tho usual throngs. Dr Tnlmuge's morning ser mon was on "Kindness," from the text, Acts xxviii, 2: "Tho barbarous people showed us no little, kindness." My text puts us ou the Island of Malta, another name for Melila, This Island, which has always been an im portant conmercial center, belonging at...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 September 1891

Subscription Price- -12 Montha, 91.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANCK. W. \V. HALL, EVITOJt. Hair s for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vorttK?iiiootH, per square, omu Insor tlon.yi.00; ouch subsequent Insertion, 60 Don Is. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vei i'nonuuu?. W. \V. HALL, Proprietor. ?AUKENH, H. C., Sept. 22, 1891. If there should bo war in Europe, .lohn I3ull will bo in at the death. Batmaccdu lias been found? With a pistol in his hand and a bul let in Ids head. Suicide. There is something about our e. J o. the Cotton Plant that is always wriggling. Jt must bo a cotton Worm. ___ Congressman Watson appears Willing to slick to tho Democratic ?party if the Democratic party will Join tho Third Party. Tho two factions in Charleston liavo been at last tenderly united. Clov. Tillman acted as sponsor and gave both parties away. Tho young German Emperor lots his whisker'! grow while the na tions of Europe are having a closo shave to escape war. That must have been an awful humiliation for Mrs....

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. — 22 September 1891

LAURENS, S. 0., Sept. 22, 1891 LOO A 31.. Mr. W. W. Johnsou, a well known Spartanburg lawyer.was bore last week. Mr. John N. Wright viHited rolatlvoe lu Spartanburg last weok. dipt. Dial and Mr. W. L. Oray went to Hpartanhurg last week. Mr. Dunk Owens Is clerking for Owens A Bubo. Ilcv. State? Jacobs spent several days in town last wook. Editor Oarliugton was in town last Tuesday. Mr. Wost Karris wont to Augusta on business last WCOk. Mr. Fowlea of Lexington was in the city on Friday. Mr. II. Torry wont to North Carolina last weok. Miss Libi Holmes, or Charleston, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. U. Martin. Mr. N. It. Dial is building another handsomo coltago on Irby Hill. Dr. Arthur Pride loft ror Kuoxviilo yostorday. Itov. A, O. Wardlaw and Elder W. L. Boyd attended Presbytery at Sautuo last wook. A party of ladles and gontlomon met Hampton's mueio storo Friday night and had an impromptu concert. Col. Frank ISvaus left for Nowberry Thursday to tako charge of tho gradod schools. Miss C...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 22 September 1891

gen. butler in reply. HI6 REMARK8 WERE DIRECTED TO OR. 3TOKE8. H? Dttiile? Kuiphatlculiy tlmt He Applied Abu.lTo Epithet* to tho "Cotton Plant" ?'?The World'*" Asherllle Intorvlsw Wm Cevroot. Edoefield, 8. C.t Wept. 8.?As was intimated In today's World Senator But ler yesterday sent Dr. Stokes tho follow ing letter in reply to the editorial In last week's issue of Tho Cotton Plant: sbnatok BUTIjBK'8 letter. Bdobfielb, 8? C, Sept. 7, 1891. Dr. J. W. Htokes, '>rungeburg, H. C. Dear Sir?I have received your two letters of tho 20th ult. and 4th inst. Also by the last mall a copy of The Cotton Plant of the 5th inst., contain ing my letter to you of the 28th ult. In reply to your first letter, I will say that I did not Intend to say in my interview with the reporter of The State at Ashe ville, that i had requested you to pub lish my letter in The State. I glanced hurriedly over the interviow nfter it ap peared in the paper, and was not attract ed by such a statement. Not having it befo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 September 1891

BALM AC It DA'S THAU IC END chile's ex-president commits sui cide at santiago. Thn Ii. ..I CuiliUlll<?Ml lu Hit* ,\ i i;<n 11 imi I i /;;. I Ion Ul H MlltlMlf ?| WIl.-IU III.' II lint, it Mm. WH in iii<iink-- a Dying Deviant tloo. Nka- Yohk, Sept. 20.?Tho Herald's Vti'i'inuis'i correspondent telegraphs us folio Wf I Ex-l'rc?>idciit Bahnaceda, of Chile, shot Innniclf through the temple in hit room at the Argentine leuutiou in Santi ago at 8:30 a. m. today (Sulurday). The story bt came kuown hero this uftcrnoun, and created the greatest excltemcut. It now seems thut Balmacedu left .Santia go on August 29, in the hope of making hin escape irom Chile; hut seeing that every uvenue of escape wan cut oil*, ho returned there on September 2, and went direct to the Argculine legation. Alter tho disastrous buttle near Val paraiso und tho surreuder of Santiago, ou August 2'Jth, in com pan v with ex Alcalde Victor Ecliaureu, ho took a eatriajjo and drove to a point two miles outbidu ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 September 1891

Subscription Price?13 Montb?, 91.00. PAVABJjE in advance. W. W. BALL, KDirSn. HAIch for Adyorllslng.- Ordinary Ad vurtlHciiKudM, per fujunro, o'iu Insur tlon, $1.00; each subsoquont Insertion, 60 font*. Liberal roductlon niado for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. IiAUItE*JH. S. C? Sept. 29, 1891. Our esteemed contemporary, tho Abbeville Medium, which is about as good an it is great, is stoutly in favor of journalistic courtesy. There is inevitable collision be tween tho Democratic and Ocala platforms. Tho danger In the South is that tho Democratic will bo telescoped. Tho Lexington jury of inquest which found u verdict that tho "de ceased camo to his death from sonio diseaso ho hud boforo he died," must have had in mind the approaching fate of tho Sub-treas ury. Mr. W. 0. Wolffo, of tho Cotton Plant, has printed a savage attack pn Mr. B. O'dell Duncan. Only a fow yoars ago Mr. Dunen? was known as the "Committee on Style" for the Farmers' Movement. Mr. Wolfe might be app...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 September 1891

LAUBENS, 8. O., Sept. 20, 1801 LaurotiH leads the world. Cotton yes torday sold for 8J^ to %%. Mr. L. O. Balle has returned from Stauutoii, Va. The young people had a pleasant danco at Capt. Oarrett's last week. Congresamau Uoorgo I). TUlman was nt tho Harrrls Llthla two weeks ago. Col. George Moseloy wae In town last week. Htokos Bros, keep tho Best French Candy at T. Hohertson's old stand. Mrs. J. o. C. Fleming has roturned from a visit to Duo Wost. Mr. A. II. Shayer has rotuniod from Cluolnnatl. Col. Gary Watts spent Sunday In to wit. Miss Mario McCaslan Is toachlng art at Clinton. Chai lton Todd wont to Columbia last weok on business. Miss Kate Bowley gave a phiasant bo. ciable last week. Mr. Counts is makiug additions and improvements to ids llvory stable. Goto ?tokos Brothers for Fresh Can dies and Cakes, at T. Kobortsou's old stand. Mrs. II. B. Oritton was tho winner iu tho ladies riding contest at the Gray Court Fair. Mintor it Jamicson aro headquarters for dross goods and m...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 29 September 1891

Three times as many people as there are homesteads. JTIftcen HuDdrcd Ntgrw? In tli? Hud Stampede? A 1'nrty of Young I.adle*. Hide In on l'oulea?Lively Daum Scene*. Gr?THBlE, O. T., Kept 22.?"The lent) is yours." That at whut ovcry timepiece ou the border of tho lands opoued 10 settlement today proclaimed when ils * hands pointed to the hour of | noon. Simultaneous with that hour the home-seekers gathered ou tho border, mudo a headlong rush over tlio lino into the coveted couutry aud on to the quar ter sections upon which thoir eyes hud beeu feasting, boiuo ior days and others for weeks and mouths. The rush wus a mad one aud was mado so by tho fact that the number ot home-seekers greatly exceeded the num ber of quarter sections availahlu lor settlement. "First thore, first served," wus the motto of every racer. Thero was room in the new lands for about ?,000 seekers, allowing 160 acres for each. Thore were on tho border waitiug to claim tho availablo land fully 15,000 people, so that...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 October 1891

VOL. VII. VOL. VII. LAtlRENS, S. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1891. NO. 10. TUE SAVIOUR IS WITH US. VTi. talmagl phe4ches on the continued mission of christ. Tin? S?-HI?> III llll< < i > \ i li i \ ?- I lit' < > :l i ?? - Ilm, Inj; HI 1 lit. DuoloM lu ihu 1 <inl.li ? ?i lie Tempt allen?, ii.iimihi. Cruel ft Zt Oil und MIhhIo.iuI ?'w-iIhi. BhooKIjYN. Sept. 27.?This is Sacra uicut Kunda. at iho Brooklyn Taberna cle. The scrvlct a i?k usual <?n these oc casion** were very solemn and impres sive. The uioruiug service opened with the long in; Ire (loxology. The grand Oifertoiro b> Olrleou was exquisitely ren dered by Professor Henry Evrw Brown, ami the set vieo closed with the ninjeslic coronation hymn. Dr. Talmaao's ills* course was on '"The march of Christ through the csuturns," aud his text Uevelation xix; 12. * On hin head were many crowim." May your cars be alert und your thoughts concentrated, ami all the pow ers of your h< mi I aroused, while L speak to you...

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