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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 8 August 1893

t <gmxtw &&vtttittx. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. OKX2 DOLLAH tv YEAR. THE FARLEY MANIFESTO A*P!e? for Peace and Progress. The following is the article prepared by Gen. Hugh L. Farley laut Christ map, to which allusion haa been made so frequently in the recent triangular controversy between Irby, Farloy and Jas. H. Tlllman. It is printed now to satisfy the curiosity of those who might readily imagino from tho allu sions heretofore made that it con tained a largo amount of explosive material und was intended to burst asunder tho reform movement. It has a fow criticisms and mild admissions, but does not seoni calculated to produco a groat sensation in tho political world. THE itr,i ok m MOVEMENT. . Some Christina* ltoltocttona of an Old Itotbruier. To the Editor of Tho State: I do not believe that any one who knows your correspondent (and a majority of your people do) would for a momeut gainsay that he has been connected with the Reform movement from its earliest in ccpt ion, a...

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. — 15 August 1893

FINANCE AND TARIFF. Tili: MUMttAGK OF I'Hl )SI DKN T cijEVi<\t, AND. Sound Currency Is Above the Plunc of Party Polities and Concerns all Clause? of the People?Tariff Kelbrm Imporlaiit and Must Not Be AVr locted. Washington, D. C, Aug. 8. To tho Congross of the United States: The oxistenco of an alarming and ox traordinury business situation, involv ing tho woljaro and prosperity of all our pooplo, has constrained me to call together in oxtra session the people's representatives In Congress to the ond that, through a wise and patriotic ox orclso of the legislative duty with which they solely are charged, the prosout evils may bo mitigated und clangors throateniug the future may be averted. Our unfortunate financial plight is not tho result of untoward events nor of conditions related to our natural rosources, nor is it traceable to any of tho aflllotions which froquontly cheek national growth and prosperity. With plonteous orops, with abunduht promise of romunorativo production a...

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. — 15 August 1893

^toe Glduertisex Subscription Price?12 Months, tl.OO' PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W, \V. BALL, EDITOR. ltatos for Adyertlslng.-r-OrdlnSry Ad vertisement*, per square, one insor t Ion, $1.00; each subsequent luaortiou, GO cants. Liberal reduction made for large Ad vorUsomunte. W. W. ha 1,1 j, Proprietor. L?URBNH, P. C Aug. 15, 1898. l>cmocrnts Should Organize. The Alliance ha? declared in fa vor of it policy which will compel A lliuncemen to oppose the National Democracy* Tho Alllanco Is thoroughly or ganized and at this very timo Is conducting un aggressive campaign in South Carolina. Its methods of appeal to tho farming class are wonderfully effective and as a po litical factor it wields powerful In fluence. It the South Carolina Alliance follows tho courso mapped out at tho Walhalla meeting and is not opposed in timo it will find no dif fleully in transporting a majority of the farmers Into tho Populist party. Wo do not sny that It Is suro to de sert tho Democracy but all tho sign." po...

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. — 15 August 1893

<|>fie Qetuertisetr. LAUBENS. S. O., Aug. Iff, 1808. LOOAL; Death. Capt. William Tennent, of Columbia, died at Cherokee Springs last Tuesday. Capt. Tennent married Miss Kltty bonds, a Lau re us lady, and was the fatbor-in-law of Mr. Will Power?. Hin romaltiH wore brought to L>aurens and iuterrod In the oity comotory on Wodnesday. The horeaved family havo mueh sym pathy from thler friends In Laurens. The Dispensary. Tho county board of control met Thurs day. J. T. Johnson appeared to oppose the establishment of a dlspenssry. Mr. Langston's petition containing flfty flco names asking that he bo appointed disponser was exhibited. Mr. Johnson was not poruiltted to offer oral testi mony that any of tho signatures were illegal. Mr. Johnson's counter list was not considered. Ho Was Instruoted that If a list of porsons declaring themselves froehold voters and opposed to a dispen sary was offered Its consideration would be ontertainod. The position taken by tho board was that there ...

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. — 15 August 1893

mm PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. OJNi : DOLLAR JL V lOAlt. THK DAHK. CONTINKN T. Hill Arp Thinks the Negroes Should Return to Africa?McKinley*** Solu tion or the Negro Problem. Bishop Turner lectured here last Sunday night on " Africa." He has been there and went for a purpose, it is on his mind und in hla heart that his people in tho South must sooner or Inter go back to the land of thoir fath ers, and ho wont out to seo what kind of a land it was. Hla narrative sounds Uko a Munchuuson talo to thoso who have not read Llvingstono and Stanley. Tho ''dark continent" bj looming up and is now attracting the attention and tho wonder of tho civilized world. Bishop Borkoly said : " Westward the tide of ompiro takes Its way." and It did when no wrote, but now it is roll ing buck to the Eust. Dr. Henry M. Field, tho gifted editor of Tho Now York Evangollst, is now in Northern Africa and tho weekly letters of his travols are full of interost. All that beautiful region on tho coaat of tho Mediterra...

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. — 23 August 1893

THK JIONKY giJKSl'ION. Silvery Talk In Congress?Battle of I lie Giants?What Representatives a iid Senators Say on the Blatter. Washington. Aug. 16?The debate jii tho House to-day on the Wilson re peal bill began with but little prelimin ary. It was startod by MeCall (Hop.) of Massachusetts in favor of the repeal of tho purchasing elauso of the Sherman bill, and was olosod by Moses (Dom) of Georgia, in opposition thereto. Sand wiched betwoen these two speeches were romarks by Coombs (Dein.) of New York, Bryan (Dein.) of Nebraska and Henderson (Rep.) of Iowa. Bryan made tho speech of the day, and al though he occupied more than two hours in its delivery, ho commanded the earnest attention of his colleagues throughout, and his sympathizers re gardod his argumont unanswerable. Bryan said that he would fully ac complish his purposoif he wore able to impress upon tho members of this House tlio importauco of the question which was now under con sideration and te quicken their ap preciation...

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. — 23 August 1893

fee Clduertiser SutMorlptloB JTlce la Mo atlas, ?1.00* PA YABDE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rates for Adyertlslug.?Ordinary Ad vortlsomeuts, per square, one Inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cunts. . , . , Liberal roduotion made for lars;e Ad vertlsemonts. W.W.BALL| Proprietor. IiAUBEMS, 8. C?. Aug. 22, 1898. Concerning Stock. In these days when the dollar is skittish and prone to seek the cool sequestered nooks of bank and safe deposit vaults, we the people are impressed with what a dear de. llghtful thing iscredir. In somo respects it is surpassed in personal appearance by cash, of the hot and spot varieties, but the fact lingers that for a boon companion to chum with In* season and out, at home and abroad, credit is altogether agreeable. Credit does not inhabit the South ern States in flocks. It is a rare bird. It settles hero and once in a while, there, but as a general thing its dwells in Nothern latitudes. There is no reason in the nature of things why cred...

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. — 23 August 1893

<|>fie Qduertiser. LAURENS? 8. O., Aug. 22, 1898. LOOAL; Miss Loe Huir, a belle and popular fa* vorite of Coronaoa, Abbeville county, was married at Cross HUI on Saturday last to Mr. Wert?, formerly of this State, now ofOcala, Pia., Rev. Tkoa. Campbell performing the ceremony. The Laurens first nine will paly ball at Greonville during uoxt week. They will have a choice band of sports and will go for scalps. Great game will be played and tiio cranks of the Mountain City may look out for fun. The fun will last soveral days. k iv. a. G. Wardlaw and family are expected home to-day. Mrs. Wardlaw and tholr boy Jno. B. have spent their vacation in tho mountains ot Virginia, breathing the sweet south-western zeph yrs. While Mr. Wardlaw went to see tho great Ferris wheel go round at the exhibition. Wo regret to stato that on account of continued Illness in the family of ltev. Wal tor I. llorbert. pastor of the Metho dist church ho will not be able to return to Laurens for sovoral weeks...

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. — 23 August 1893

%\kt guttun* Q?vtxtim. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ONE KOM.AU A. V MA It. #ur Jandhj J>t*f jj. ^ABELiluSTAKT " I can't find out where sho oftino from, nor anything about her (plks. She came here lato last night, bo tired she could hardly stand. She said nhe'd gone from the depot to B atreet, where she expected to stay with a friend and look for work, but found tho family had moved to Oregon last week. And then, as she didn't know her way about town, she asked a policeman to tell her a respectable place to board. I asked hor how it was her friends had gono away with out letting her know, and she Bald they wore not expecting a visit from her Just now, but they'd often invited her. I'd like to know how sho's going to got work in any respectable placo, if she won't answer any questions about herself. She bus no roforences and no letters." "Under the circumstances," said Miss Simmons, "you would be justified in examining her luggage." " She has only a little vuliso," con tinued Mrs. Perk...

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. — 29 August 1893

JUDGK SIMONTON'S. DECISION. An l hi (?? ;??.< i Ii,", DIhcuksIoii of a Vital : .(?<?! lun of the Dispensary Act-?Ita Invalidity Affirmed. Judgo Simonton filed last wcok his long looked for decision in tho habeas corpus caso from Nowborry County* in tho caso of railroad agont Lan?-? ^fcford, of Prosperity, who was arrostod for dollvoring a keg of whiskey to its consignee. The matter hinged largely upon tho interpretation of section 25 of tho Disponsary Act, of which Judge Simonton gives a full exposition. The following is tho decision fn full: tjnitkd states op amehic District op South Carolina, In the Circuit Court. In re D. M. Langford, habeas corpus: This case comes up upon petition for haben:; corpus, tho writ and tho return thereto. The petition sets forth that the pe titioner, ii eltlzon of tho Unitod States, and of the State of South Carolina, is the agont of tho rocolvors of tho Rich mond & Danvlllo railroad at Pros perity, a town in South Carolina. That on tho 14th...

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. — 29 August 1893

ifefee Glctuertiser SubBorlptlo? mo*?IS Montbs, tl.PO? PAYABIjK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Hates for Adyertinlug.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, f 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vorllBomonts. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LtAUREN B, S. Q? Aug. 29, 1893. Tlio Souts of Judgment. Elections by the present Legis lature to All expiring terms of Judges occur this winter. As reform papers put lt; Lieut. Qov. Eugene Gary Is slated for As sociate Justice McUowan's place; Col. R. O. Watts for Judge Hud sons place; Speaker Jones vice Judge Wltherspoon; Att'y. Qen. Townsend viceJudgoWallace. As there is a dearth ol reform timber in the lower regions? Tom Watson or Jerry Simpson may be imported to fill Izlars place on the Charles ton Circuit. Judges Norton and Aldrlch seem to fill the title roll ot reformers and will bo permitted to wear their sil ken robos. "Blessed are the meek, for they shall Inherit the earth." Judge Simont...

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. — 29 August 1893

f fie ddoertiser. LAUIIEN8, S. 0., A up. 29, 1893. LOOAL; The Storm King struck us Sunday night at 10 P. M. and raged with fury during tbe entire nicht. At our going to press it Is fearod great damage has been dono to the crops. Tho Now berry Observer In discourse ing of tbe personal of "innocents Abroad" thusly speaks: If thorn Is any speech-making to be done--and there Is likely to be a good doal of it -Col. lloyt, Col. lioggs and Hilly Ball will sustain the reputation of tbo State for eloquenco, for bur President Wilson is not a man to Mtalk much with his mouth", bis strong point being a Fabor No. 2 and a soratoh pad. Tho closing oxorelaes of the Green Pond School will bo held Friday, Sept. 8th, 1803, commencing at 2 o'clock P. M. Tho public are cordially Invited tout tond. Tho exerolses will consist In the ufternoon of speeches by prominent speakers, in the ovonlng an exhibition consisting of recitations, dialogues, etc., will bo givou by tho scholars. Those coming in tho aftoru...

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. — 29 August 1893

Che <?mxm ^Avtxtim. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ONK DOJ.l-AH A. YIOA.Il. A QUEER ADVENTURE. Ono sultry day I had trampod six or eight ralloe through tho woods to look at my traps, and on my return to camp felt ao warm and uncomfortable thut I decided to take ono of tho boats, row out into deep water, and havo a royal bath and swim. Tho other follows wore all up tho brook trout-fishing, and I had tho wholo lake to myself. I rowed out fully a milo from tho shore, so as to got that grand sensation, which overy udvonturosome swimmer ?can unpreeiato of floating and diving in a hundred feot depth of water. Those who dally near shore know noth ing ubout this sensation. It is llko tho sensation which an oaglo or hawk must havo, poising und whooling, with a mile of transparent air betwcon itself and tho oarth. Great depth of wator buoys a swimmer up?muk?s hfm feel as if he had wutor wings, and oould circle, float und ulmost sloop on the wutor, us a broad winged bird does in the air. When I g...

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 September 1893

THE STORM OF 1893. DEATH AND DESTRUCTION IN ITS WAKE. THE CHARLESTON CYCLONK. Tho Water Front of tho City Com* uletely Wrecked?The Fury of the Ml oriii Oil Sullivan's I .la ml. Special to 'I he State, 20th ult. Tho cyclone of August 27, 1893, will long ho romomherod as one of tho most disastrous of the numerous disasters with which Charloston has boon visited in uiuny, many years. The cyclone began to creep upon us us oarly as Saturday, tho wind increasing in voloeity nearly overy hour. At day break on Sunday it had reached a hont twonty-olght mflos an hour, increasing rapidly. Alxnit Op. m. thoro was an abatement. Thon tho baromotor began to full and tho wind began to regain steadily in velocity, until about TTTtcUiight, when tho cyclono soems to have rcuohod its height. Tho final break in tbp*torin did not oocur till tho turn of th\ tide ITonday morning. Tho rain, which had poured in torrents neurly tho ontiro night, sluckened up, and by noon tho woathor hud cleared up onough to b...

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. — 4 September 1893

?>fce Oetuertiser Bubsorlptloa Prto*?IS Monthfl.oo* PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Raton for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, S 1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. . ' . . Liberal reduction made for isruje Ad Tortlsements. _ W. W. BALL Proprietor. LAU RENS, 8. C, Sept. 6, 1898. If dispensary liquor must have a trade mark, what would be more appropriate than a portrait of tho Governor himself? Dispenaary whiskey is known throughout the length and breadth, of the country as Tillman liquor and there is no reason why tho bottles containing It should not bear his likeness. A glance, at this effigy ?>f his features would convince the thirsty that the stuff inside was strong and those inclined to imbibe would purchase It without any misgivings of its power to make drunk come. Besides, if as Is claimed, the Stato hopes to make sales beyond her own borders, millions of Populists in other common-wealths would purchase half pint bottles i...

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 1893

<^fie Gtetuertiser. LA?REN8, 8. O., Sept. 6, 1898. LOOAL; lOntcrtithimcrtt for tho Sufferer*. On Thursday nIght in tbeOpera Houso I Ik; King's Daughter* will give an enter tainment lor the benefit or the Beaufort unfortunates. The program will consist of music, tabloaux and recitation*. Miss Mary Yeargtn, whose talent* as an.o'.ocutionlst are known all over tho Stato, will roulte. A small admission fee will bs charged and ovoryono will help a worthy cause by being prosent. The Alumni Scholarship. Next Saturday is the day set for tho examination to select a holder ol the S. U. College Alumni Scholarship. Tho examination will probably begin at 9 A. M. Tho regulations or tbe Association re quire that the executive committee must ho satlsflod that applicants are worthy and in suoh circumstances as to need pecuniary assistance In obtaining an ed ucation. For other Information addross the se cretary, Mr. W. W. Ball. Dr. J. M. Todd. Rov. J. M. Todd, D. I). Professor of lauguages In Kr.s...

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 1893

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ONE DOLIM H A. Y10A.il. CREEK MARY'S CAREER. INTERESTING INCIDENTS OF EARIjY GEORGIA HISTORY. Ail; Mt!i Journal. In 1716 Colonel John Musgrovo was vent from South Carolina to the Indian Nation to form, if possible, a treaty with the Crook Indiana. Ou this mis sion ho was accompanied by his son, John. In the nation they found a young Indian wohd, named Consaponakoeso, who had'beTn taken in early childhood to Fonpon, South Carolina, and thoro educated and Instructed in tho prin ciples of the Christian roligion. At school she was given tho name of Mary. Mary's father waa a white man, and on her maternal sido sho was directly doscendcd from Toino Cbachi, tho chief of tho Crooks. Young Musgrovo bocamo infatuated with this young Indian girl, married her, and for sovoral years lived In tho nation. In 17. 2, rocogni/.lng tho fact that Yamacraw bluff, tho prosont site of Savannah, was n good trading point, ho established a storo-houso thoro, and then, with tho aid of...

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. — 12 September 1893

WORLD'S FAIR KOTES. From our Special Correspondent. This week has been given up to brass buttons, gray uniforms and gold lace, for tho West Point cadots with bright eyos, manly forms, charming manners and sweet smileB havo won tho h "ts of tho Indien, both old and you g. While tho eldors arranged tho affairs tho youngor ones enjoyed them. It is not of ton that women are so harmoni ous in their undertakings. This being a work of love in which jealousy could not enter, owing to the condition of things, it proved a success and the boys will carry bock with them kind re mumbruncos of their visit. Friday ovening tho Board of Lady Managern gave a reception to Commandant and Mrs. Mills and tho cadets. Tho walls of tho Gallory of Honor in the Wo man's Building woro hung with pic tures from different nations done by women, ovorhoad flags and bunting wero interwoven, long rows of seats woro arrungod along the walls, while in the center surrounding a mound of Mowers and ferns other seats woro ...

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. — 12 September 1893

^ Hfl?.-?r-vr~? ^>fcet deLuerxiser , 8ab?orlpMoi? Price?13 Mo ata?, fl.??? PAYABLE IN ADVANCE._ W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rates for Advertising.Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, |1.00; eaob subsequent Insertion, GO cents. Liberal reduotlon made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREMS. 8. 0? Sept. 12, 1893. Boisterous and oft repeated as sertions that the repeal of the Sherman act will reduce the amount of money in circulation aro worthless until they are forti fied with evidence. During the past lineal year while the Treasury has been buying $4,000,000 per month the circulation has actually decreased. Inferior dollars whose faces are full of false pretenses of value expel honest coin and do not increase the real, stock value on hand. It is strange that people allow themselves to be deceived with the cry that debtors were ch&atod by the demonetization of silver in '73. The facts are that only eight mil lion silver dollars had at that timo been ...

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. — 12 September 1893

Ii AUKENS, S. O., Sept. 12, 1093? LOOAL, ?Young men, aee notice In another col umn of competitive examinations for appointment to scholarships in tho col lege of Charle?ton. Amoetlugorthe board of City School trustees will be held to-day to consider the action of the State board of exauil nors In changing the school books. It is estimated that tUe change will involve* thooxpondlturo of $2000 to the children iu this city anil It is prohable that the board will rontonstrate. It was reported Here yesterday that a wlnto man named Jenkins wan danger ously shot hy a nogro at a negro associ ation noar Fountain Inn, Sunday. The negro was arrostod and carried to Green ville. It is said that there was groat disorder at tbo association during the day and that quantities or poach brandy wore sold and drunk. A gaino of baseball was played be twoon tho Laurens team and a nlno of travelling fonialo playors Friday. Tho city council oxactnd a license or $50 and ho provontod the gamo from occurring w...

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