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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 November 1893

LAURENS, 8. O., Nov. 21, 18?8. l?qal! ^Subscribe for tho Advertiser now and got tho ?lection news of next year for ONE DOLLAR. Death. Mr*. Maria Wallace, of Dial's town ship, d led during the latter part of last week. Bhe was about seventy-fivo years of age. Mrs. Wallace was tho mother of Messrs. Calhoun and Hugh WalUco and of Mrs. K. H. Yoargln. The World's Champion. Zimmerman, the World's champion bicycle Rider,nnd tho Hanker Brothers, famous ridors will bo present at the bicyckj meeting at tho Augusta Exposi tion, November 21st to 21th inclusive Prize! amounting to $1,500 havo boon offered. ? Accident. While Coroner J. P. Sloan and his wife vero driving Sunday afternoon thoir horse took fright and ran. Doth wore thrown from the buggy.' r Mr. Sloan was badly bruised and cut about tho faoo and Mrs. Sloan suffered a frac ture of tho arm. Whllo thoir injuries uro very painful it is hoped that they will not prove serious and that their recovery will bo rapid. Hnve You Paid Your Tuxes?...

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 November 1893

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ON 13 TJOT^IjAII A. YJEJA.lt. DOUSCHKA PICKENS DUOAS. The Heroine of (lie "lied Shirt?"?A Homantlc Story of IS70. hy uknie oim'hahd stovaix. Douschka Pickens Dugas. South Car olina's "Joan of Arc/' who died re cently, waeoneof the famous women of the South?one whose name will be woven through the tapestry of Ameri can history, and whose memory will be revered and loved by every muu who fought for Southern indepen dence. Douschka Pickens was the youngest child of Governor Francis VV. Pickens, of South Carolina. He married Lucy Holeombo, a Kentucky beauty, whose brilliancy of mind and loveliness of per son eclipsed all rivalry at the Court of St. Petersburg, where she was pre sented when a bride; her husband Brior to the lato war being. United tates minister to Russlu. Mrs. Pickens became noted through out Europe for her wondrous beauty. ArtLts nought her, and painted her in every pose that could reveal to advan tage the pure classic outline of face and figure...

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 November 1893

CARLISLE ON GOLD AND SILVER. THK MONKTAKY I'ODIOY OF THE OMT||D BT&TKS. Oold Is the Universal and Accepted Mtandurd oi ih<- World?Stiver Is Dependent upon the Increase of Population dtid the Growth of Our Industries?This Country In Deeply ' Interested in tile White Metal. The followin^ds the address of .Hon. John G. Carlisle, Secretary of tho Treasury, before''the New York cham ber of commerce a,t .Its anniversary banquet last week: Mr. frosldent/uid ?ontlenien: Tho'Vwbjectfcpresonted by the senti ment, jokt reaois so;large apd involves BO niioiy ron.inVrat inji". not *mly of pub lie poHoy.^ftf't for publijv iVnid. ptdvut?' honor mjftjfoyd faith, tfrut i scarcely , know howVt? rospond to'?U on such an occasion;^' this, where brevity'5will ho inorn.Jipim>prlute than cMalxmato argu ment, t am somewhat' embarrassed, altfS by f luf faot that I aril 'to talk to an assemblage of gentlemen wlio, by rea son ol their personal oxporionco in eotnmoreitil and llnancial affairs, are at...

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 November 1893

ubserlptton Price 12 MonttoB, fl.oo PAYABLE in ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Rate? for Adyertlslng.-Ordlnary Ad vertisommits, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, .00 cents. ' ._. , ? Liberal reduotion um.Id for larite Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. liAUREMH, S. C? Nov. 28, 1898. ^- =^=^^ The General Assembly. This aggregation will come together in annual powwow to-day. It will think a great deal and talk more about who to eloot judges but during the sossions which it will hold botwoon times the dlsponsnry law will bo tinkered .with mostly. Tho dispensary law is not sus ceptlblo of amendment but manifold attachments will bo stitched to it and numerous intricate changes will bo wrought in its texture. Salaries will not be reduced, not much. To roduce salaries would in volvo destruction to Reform. It would be to sow tho rich beds of Reform in salt. Reform cannot live except it bo Vfed by salaries. It subsists upon them \und the higher they aro tho mor...

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 November 1893

' ffier Gduertiser. LAUBENS, 8. O., Nov. 28, 1898. Another Fire. The burn and stabled of Cant. Joseph H. Humbert wore destroyed by fire on Monday night, 20th inat. A rauro and a colt, several cowa and a largo quan tity of provondeJ wore burned. It Is believed tho tiro was of Incendiary ori gin. Capt. Humbert was partially in SUred, wo uro told In tho Farmers' Mu tual. His Iosboh aro regretted by hun dreds of friends In every part of tho county and State. Mint* Mary ti, Yeargin. Wo print bolow from letters ad dressed to her father and mother, ex tracts Showing how highly appreciated among teachers and comrades wore the virtues and beautiful character of this lovely young woman: Cornell Univesity, Department of Latin, ' , w Nov. 20th, 1893. My Dear Mr. and Mrs. Yeargin:? I cannot forbear adding just a word to the many that 1 know aro now pouring in upon you regarding the awful calam ity that has befallen your daughter. 1 know that a letter from mo cannot bring much, if any, comfort to...

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 November 1893

--------?? ??-?? ru bushed every' t?esDAy,, ONE HOLLAH A. YEAB. 'WBW^x-m?u?.. . . .. ?< Story Tellers in Congress. by amoj* j. C'ummingh, of* t\. y. At a first glance this Congress would ?eem tp have mor?> than its proportion ol story teller*. Too stories, however, boar no comparison to the number of speeches made in tho House Anec dotal Illustrations uro really vory few. Home aro stale, whilo others are quaint and original. All aro acceptable, for without thom discussion or . debate would be dull Indeed. The flrs.t 'story told on the floor this session came frem Mr. .Cooper, of Florida. The-House "had been in session ton days before thu anecdotal vein was rev ealed. Cooper's *tory 'Illustrated precisely a point which ho was, making In an anti-silver speeoh. He could not reconcile him* self to vote for a measure which would make fifty-seven eenta worth of silver a dollar. If this was doue ho thought bis people ought to reooivo a dollar for overy-iifty-sevan cents' worth of cut...

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. — 5 December 1893

PlwEPT THE JUDGES. M'GOWAN.HUDSON, WALLACE AND 1ZLAR EEFEATED. Oary, Wattn, Towimend nnd llenot |th* New i.11? 111? 111? i, m of tin) Law--Judge Wltherapoou Saved, Perhaps, by a Nism der? The Vote* Indicating Cut and Dried Cnuoiirt or Machine ',%'<? l<?A Vuln At tempt at Postponement?8eiiHtor Mny ii. id Tackles the Augusta Exposition. Special to The Daiiy Nfrws. < .'hi.i-M iMA, 8. C, Dec. 1.?The legis lature today went out scalping for judges and as a result the reform mem bers now dangle at their belts the hirsute appendages of one anti asso ciato justice and four circuit judges." It was generally thought that the whole crowd w >uld be completely swept away but by some good luck Judge Withcrspoon, of the sixth cir cuit, saved his head. It is said Sena tor Pinloy, of York, the home of the jud^^^made himself very active in his support. It was stated on the floor that Judge Withcrspoon voted the reform ticket of his county, including Congressman Strait. This is denied by S...

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. — 5 December 1893

la MonV?i, fl.o? ADVANCE. . FX. EDITOR. icing.?Ordinary Ad square, one Inser i subsequent Insertion, >n mads for large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprio? or. FS. C? Dec. G, 1898. ??-m?.r'?. Message. [or"s message will bo by persona who rolish l<l intolleotual food but Igenco to digest it. Tho jrtendod to aggravate tho UJcal dyspepslu which :lty of tho people. The awaro that so long as koeping tho 'nasses debilitated thoy will Mirlous followers, fe is rieh reading. Sen finderstood thut the abuso judges is buncombe and ring contompt for its au roalize that it deludos i?plowhodo not ,vo to |d. Just that it \ de and viewed from Jiut lo inossago is a shrewd slanders and nnd misrop kgo has sonic excellent me at least is worthy of a man than TiUmun. Tho e-,x-Judge Korshuw was so bnorous as to be absolutely in wo consider tho source, [y that wo are unable not to I source. We confess that \e has for once uttered scn |ichv would have bocomo i Thompson or Richardson. will not sutTor impeach* ?m. lO...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 5 December 1893

^>fie (?ctuertiser. LAU RENS, 8. 0., tfec. ?, I8?8. ^LOOAL Union Thanksgiving services wore held in the Presbyterian church Thursday, all denominations attending. The house was packed principally with tho ladles of the city. Rev. A. G. Wardlaw proachod a splendid sermon from Psalm 144 from 9th to 15th verses, inclusive, most appropriately selected and boantifully handled. Rov. Mr. h?-Hirrt. of the Methodist church, in most happy and appropriato ' remarks supplemontod and concluded tho ser vices. To Parent* and ?""?' ' ? n t '?400, .?1 |M>4 . um 2(35 acres M?uo. Tho ft/wing lottor will prove of in terest toe writer's old friends in Lau rons: / "MfKEK, Col., Nov. 24th, 1893. "W. Wall: "Dea Sin:?Enclosed plcaso find postal io for tho amount of my sub script!/ You ought to be hero to go sloighjfling with me, have plenty of snow ?v, 18 below zero on 22nd. If you w/ stop out I will take you elk hunt i/. Now is the time for killing them] 'Very rospeotfullv. "R. S. Ball.' Uore New Cou...

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. — 5 December 1893

PUBLISH! I) BVERY TUESDAY. orNXCJ I>OIwlL.ATt A VMAK. 0HV Jamthj ?ti>nj. A MID A III FIGHT. Tho tmoand full details of tho udvcn turo I am about to relate have never appeared in print. Nobody but myself could possibly givo a faithful account of tho inuttor. and 1 hovo only recently recovered from a norvous prostration that followed tho evout. I writo this account now, not becuuse it gives me any pleasure to do so?on tho contrary, tho tusk is a very unplousant and pain fill ouo?but so many untruthful vor slous of tho story have got abroad thai 1 feel it due to myself to stato plainly what nctually occurred. It was in August, und I was taking a pleasant walking tour in tho south of England. During tho second week I had left Surrey behind mo nnd was wandering umongtho fields-, tho wooded dells uud tho winding luues of West Sussex. I carried with mo a littlo guidebook to tho county, merely for tho.sake of tho brief information it gave ifao about old churches and other points of in...

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. — 13 December 1893

THE4 MESSAGE. The Important Document Bead to Our Law Makers. WHAT THE PRESIDENT THINKS Or the Leading Question* that Affect the Body Volltlc?The RtmtdlM Recommended. Washington, December 4.?The reg ular session of Congress convened at noon today, with a full attendance. Immediately after organization, the presidents raessago was received and road, as follows: To tho Congress of tho United States: Tho constitutional duty which re quires the president from time to time to give to tho congress information of tho state of the Union and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall iudgo necessary and expedient is fittingly entered upon by commending 4p tho congross a careful examination f of tho dotailod statements and well supported recommendations contained in tho reports of tho heads of depart ments, who ate-ohlcfly charged with the executlvo work of tho government. In an effort to abridge this communi cation as mtffeh as is consistent with its purpose, I shall supplemen...

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. — 13 December 1893

Glctuertiser n Price 12 Moatbn, ?1.00 ' PAYA1JLK IN ADVANOK. W. W. BALI,, EDITOR. *> , ror Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, ono lnser Xton, 11.00} each subsequent Insertion, 50 cunt*. Liberal reduction made for largo Ad vertisements. ? W. W. ?ALL, Proprietor. LAUKENH, S. C, Dec. 12, 1898. r think it Is conceded now that John Gary Brans' in no longer a factor In tho gubernatorial race. Of course ho will bo glvon something and from a Reform ^Standpoint ho deserves a groat deal. 'It cannot bo disputed that objection able as is his ]K)lltIcaI creed, he Is a watchful, hardworking legislator. Ho is a very positive quantity In the General Assembly and oarnostnoss and aggressiveness are qualities which oinmend him to his most uncompro mising opponents. I^Mrs. Virginia D. Young has potl Ined the Gonoral Assembly to grant ker tho rights of citizenship. So far as intrllcotand patriotism aroto be count i <?(!, Mrs. Young deserve them as several [hundred thousand men in ...

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. — 13 December 1893

r |r f fie Cfctuertisei 4 LAURBN8, 8. O., DeeTjZ^?m. LOOAli. mm_ At about one, o'clock Monday morn Wg the State Disponsai-y bullding und Wfmtonts were destroyed by Hie. Thy' ?Piro Im HupiM>8ed to have originated iA Harrison Hunter's storo which was fn tho 8atno building as tho Dispensary. Mr. L. Koppel's house which adjoined tho DiupoiiHary building wus a/so burn I ed and with it Mr. J. A. rtullivun's I store which was nearby, but by tho 9 oxortions of the lirernen it was saved. [ Tho Dispensary building is the prop-, ; erty of b\ W. Wagner & Co., of* Charleston. The insurance on th/ building Is not known but the loss h ~j estimated at about four thousand dd \ lars. The loss ?in the Dispensa'y ? Stock Is about three thousand dol the insurance about one thousand ?fifty dollars. Iiuntor's stock Avas rod for about six hundred ddlars 4<ho Joes i? thought to be about one isahd "dollars. Tho loss i? the KopiMJl house was about two thrUsund, f the Insurance,thirteen hundred ; A. ...

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. — 13 December 1893

the. smartest wlfo in tho wcld[^H would work niyHolf to death for a but ho seldom talkod or potted mc was too busy with hi8 farm work. "V Thatsocond winter a baby came, and I tho young German wldow'who stayed with mo six months said It was the prettiest boy sho ovor saw. I thought It looked liko Clem, und of course lie thought It was my imago, tiko all ? young mothers 1 was easily frightened,' and I think I had somo cause, for tho doctor was fifty miles off. I mav liavo been overanxious, but the lirst shadow that came botween Clom and nie was his Indifforencc to my worries about, baby. Ho would laugh at niennd'go about his work, while I carried {he child all day soothing its fretting. That summer I was not strong, und may have been as Clem said, ''hys terioky." \ Clom grow broad shouldered and manly, bronzed with ruddy health and ?lifo: but I was weakly and drooping, with haggard oyes and hollow cheeks. saw It plain enough, and I Jrad no ^Jfjjjition to alter my shabby?{riwiis to lit...

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. — 19 December 1893

Till OOUNTYJg GREENWOOD. ?:\v poi,trwAi, DIVISION IN SOUTH OAUOIJNA. Ill(i'<l CoiiIckI in (he .House >i. seittutlvcs?Governor Tllliiutii > i f)i ?, i ho New Measure?Olio of the jltormers Ui? Kh Against HIn In "Ifcroiiec. ] {>VJ,,itaUvo F. H. (Jury, of Abbo villo County, moved to strike out tho tint,' wordn of the bill to create tho eounly of Greenwood. (Mf. Wide! I, champion of tho bill, mido.a very lino speech in support of nv*}. Ho evidently had given the,subject tho most painstaking con i and was perfectly at honm v.-it it lii?..*-faeis and figures and mudo Iii ui ;rtirn. ht with curitcsl nc^ and force. debate, while in tho main very fcteWStlng, was at tinio? confined to di.-i??. Mm-mi brauchen of tho sul> lect pttroly local ami though tho de '^att^o C0?a?u?ned all of tho session tho -i^mportrt ol t'?e speechoa nniHt bo brief and coidinod to tho loading points made by tho n i eliding forces. ' M r. N oldoll held that tho people in the proposed county wero almost un...

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. — 19 December 1893

> <|>fte: Gleluertiser Subscription Prigs?13 Months, tl.OO pa YABIjK in advance. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Katos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertlsernnnts, per squnre, one Inser Mon, 3)1.00} each subsequent insertion, 50 coat*. Liberal -roduotion mado for largo Ad vertisements. _ _ _ , W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN H, S. C, Dec. 19, 1893. The Grand Lodgo, A. P. M., of this tute arranged at their recent com munication in Charleston to purchase tho trowel used by Lafayette in 182."? in laying tho corner stone of the monu ment at Cdmdcn to Qon. DeCalb. ? it is a heavy,sliver trowel and was made for ?tho occasldn, and Ts the property of a huh- descendant of tho master of Do 'Cirrb Lodge. The trowel has been used by by the Grand Lodge since that time in the ceremonial Of laying the corner stones of great public buildings in this State. It is omlnently proper that this jewel should remain in the State where sleep the remains of De Calb, whose ashes ennoble the soil of South Carolina ...

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 December 1893

?efuextiser. LAUREN8, 8. O., DeeTlO, 18H8. Santa ClaiiH Is not to be f lightened away by the cry of hard times, lie is here with what seems to bo an unusuul supply of pretty things of every de scription. Presents for the little folks, useless presents, useful presents, costly presents and cheup presents all urc to be had. Everybody's especial fancy f can l)c gratified, everybody's purse, lurge or small can be accommodated. Beginning on the North side of tho square at the Wllkes Furniture store there are cozy chairs, elegant lounges, very suggestive of a snooze on a win tery afternoon, chairs for the children, bouutiful euscls and handsome rugs, al ways so acceptable to the mistress of a house. Moving on for a little way we come to Fleming's; Hooks are the great fea ture there. Standard books, works of modern authors, books of travel, poems, novels and tales of adventure] de lightful to the boys. Besides books those who believe strictly in giving something useful ran find, a handsome...

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 December 1893

1'UBLI?HED EVERY TUESDAY. ON I : IX) l i I .A It -A. V KAIl. I.III- AR1* ON DKHT8. When) a Mutt Owch Honictliing llo Wants ?<< Fay Out?Doctors* ami I'l'CNclierM Have Itnr* Sympathy. ah.mi.i Constitution. "Owe n? iiiiin anything.'1 I reckon t nit Is good doctrine, but if St. Paul had boon a Gentile and a family man and had lived in our day ho would havo qualified the Injunction. Wo are just obliged to owe somebody. \ right square up " pay as you go' busi ness might suit un old bs'-holor like Paul, but It don't suit, us. This is un age of credit. Even tho national ([overnmont is in dobt millionth of dol ars, and so are tho ?tatet) and counties and most of the churches. Banks are chartered to lend money, and every body Is invited to come and borrow. With all thoso examples boforo us the people havo got in a way of going-in dobt and they can't get out of it. It is suid that tho nation owes more than it is worth and is really bankrupt, but that can't be so. There are lots of folks ...

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 December 1893

'THE PRESIDENT ON HAWAII. IA STHONO AN1> EMPHATIC MKS \ SAGE. Clovolnnd Cllves the Facts In Regard (O Hi. Conduct?He Talks Plainly About (lie Kcuubllcati Policy and Action?Tlio ltctfpoiislbllity Is Now Thrown Upon Congress. Tho follow in;: is a synopsis of Presi dent Cleveland's special message in regurd to Hawaii, which was sent to Congress junt boforo adjouruinent last week for tho holidays: To tho Senate and House of Repre sentatives: "In my annuul message to Congress I briefly referred to our rotations with Hawaii and expressed tho intention of transinittiner further Informationen tho subject when additional advices per mitted. Though I urn not able now to report a definite change in tho actual Situation. 1 am convinced that tho dif flculticr. lately created, both hero and in Hawaii, and now standing in the way of a holutlou, through oxecutivo action, of tho probjein presented, ren der iu proper and expedient that tho matter should bo referred to tho broader authority and dis...

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 December 1893

i|fie; Qeluerti&er Subscription Price?12 Mouths, $1.00 PAYABLE JN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Katon Tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertlHomnnts, nor Hquaro( one iimer tion,$l.OO; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Lib. -al roduotlon made for large Ad vert'.?-omnnts. W. W. HALL, Proprlotor. LAURKNH, 8. C? Dec. 20, 1893. Legislative Letter. Com/Mhia, S. C, k Dee. 23, 1893. S The General Assembly adjourned at 11 o'clock or thereabouts to-day after the usual all-night, ding dong, drowsy session during which fifteen or twenty members in the lowor house and half a dozen Senators "hulled out" laws as small boys hull chlnqueplns in Septem ber. Everybody is glad, save the public printer and u few especially fond of the per diem feature, that it is over. Since the 2Xth of Novembor one community in particular and thousands of people intelligent as well as patriotic have stood in fear and trembling at what the legislature in its mad career of rofawn would do next. It is a fact thnt many pe...

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