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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 30 January 1894

<^?e ?duertiser. Ii A.U RENS, 8. 0., Jan. 30, ikh4. LOOAL The CunninKlKiiii Cant). Johnson & Richoy Huve lioon employ ed to defond Matthew Cunningham charged with the killing of Wilson Boyd at Muddens last Monday. It has not been delinitoly determined yot if bail will bo applied for. Court moots on tho third Monday of February. ? . Fire at l*rlnoeton. Mr. Ben F. Arnold's cotton gin und mill at Princeton were burned Sunday morning. No particulars are known hero. It is said that thero was not a dollar of insurance. Mr. Arnold will certainly have the sincere sympathy of many frieds hero in so heavy a misfortune. (Jim ami Pistol Cartridges. Mr. J. _J. Roland, tho hardware doalor, havtytaken out the State license for rifle aim jiistol cartridges and will always have on hand at his store. Nortli West corner of square, a full stock of both. A Sail Announcement. Mr. Robort II. Yeargin wussuddonly stricken last Friday while at work at the oil mill and probably has paralysis. Ho is now...

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. — 30 January 1894

?_ey,A.. ..ulke ?v cation of three sonool, .Belling boo. other work tUat.alwa, to ambitious anuV*QOBer I mot last summoi County a student fromCi. C, who was canvassing thb a book agent, traveling afv. crutches at' that, ? it boingt?i for him to walk without tbd , oo MadW drawn up was one - of. his/ lego from rheumatism. He told me/haothe col-! luge authorities had kindly oft'ored to lond him the money necessary to. paj-t his way through, but that ho had de-?, clined to accept it; profering ^o make" Iiis own money, l ie is lamu in his leg, but not in his head, where so many boys are lame. Lameness . in purpose and resolution is the worst, kind of lame ness. , About fifteen years ago two boys J went from the plow-handles in Barn well County to one of tb a. oldest and best academies in New England, j {They supported themselves there by * 1 doing farm 'work during "the}r vaea ? tloris and little jobs In tin> city in the n afternoons and on Saturdays. After their graduation in the aca...

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. — 6 February 1894

A TILT IN THE HOUSE. FIELD DAY ON THE INCOME TAX. Northern DemocratN Must Take Their Mottioiue?Tiio Southern Hembera Ar?? Doing Their l>uty?The People Are Demanding ''"' 'fax. Washington, Jan. 150.?The House vory promptly went into committee of the v/nolo to consider the tariff bill this morning, having dispensed with tin- mil of committees for roports. The consideration of the Income tax liill was resumed and Covert, (Dom) of Now York, took up the throud of argument against it. llo deolared that the bill Was extremely sectional in its provisions and would boar with particular sevqrity on the North and Kast. Cox, (Dom.) of Tennessee, spoko in defence of the income tax. Bartlett, (Dem.) of New York, in de nouncing the bill, said it was proposed by a branch of the Democratic party which ulllliated with the Populist party and demanded tho free coinage of both gold and silver at the present ratio. Lafe Pence, the Populist member from Colorado, dolivorod a stirring and ringing speech ...

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. — 6 February 1894

12 MOQthB, fl.60 ADVANCK. iL? EDITOR. ig.?Ordinary Ad iquare, one Inser jbauquent Insertion, , m.ide Tor lartco Ad W. W.BALL, Proprietor. C, Feb. 6, 1894. 'oju't has hoard elab upon tho Dispensary imont was mainly upon ial feature Thoro aro s boBldea tho conatitu Thoy of courao nro im ?m'\v statu to is enacted; .tutionality of the law is ;ht to bo docidod at onco; done, whon 'twore done, d woll 'tworo dono quickly." ettled matter It is vexing tho iplo. That it Is unconstitu Hghtoned opinion is largely t is a bad law and a poor a high license system is It is the only law ever ututo Iwok that has on mis obstruction in tho ?oss who favor it, know lortako to impress their is only a bartending it agonizes it. This is 3ii <fl all elasst Jfscout ?nrn it because it in vatc rights. No law t it bo upheld by a pub f all eloments that It is true the rougher ,i)stitnto tho open vio ?t'itlonists of the law; \rl tho moral support ?fore powerful classes. 6; tho law is a mis and dangorous to ox f...

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. — 6 February 1894

ie Qduertiser. LAURENH, S. ?., Feb. 6, ix?4. JLj ooal, ANNOUNCED BNT. A number of subscribers to this pa pep w)io ai'o In arrears will not receive tho impel1 ufter this week. Their names will be dropped from the list for tho reason that the expense of sending ? thorn tho paper without pay can he af forded no longer. Wo make, however, this oller. ff thoyf isiro the paper continued they may come In and pay for the paper one year in advance, i. e. pay one dollar and a half for Tiik ADVERTISER for the next twelve months and at the same time give somo assurance that they intend to pay their arrears later on. Wo prefer that they should give their notes for the arrears. Fob. 0th,-3t W. W. Ball. ISxeltPtiieiK at Princeton. Clem Davis, a negro, was arrested last woek on the charge of setting lire to the gin and mill of Mr. Bon Arnold, of Princeton. It was rumored here that Davis con fessed and implicated another party. It is further reported that before so doing he was whipped and thatjho no...

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. — 6 February 1894

dSHKD KVKRY TUK8DAY. 1RIPTION *l.no PER v I ; ,\ k Dor iFamilw Stor^. ie End of Her Waiting. ,uy r.I-l.l'.N f. wycoff. : was a now sensation to Dolly?this feet, beautiful happiness. It seem W) her that eoine wonderful new qrhtaesa must have settled down r the world. .nd it was only this morning that ; had dusted the old brown dress and jd.W? brighten it with a fresh collar id pink bow. Only this morning? larcely twolvo hours ago?she had lnnod on the brown hat, with its de jected " droopy " bows, and wondered if she must walk about under it all the summer. And now it was all away back in that pitiful past. [ For at noon a telegram had como for her. She was eating her lunch, so daintily put up by Aunt Harriet, when the messenger-boy camo into the little back room of the millinory store and handed her a yellow envelope. And the opening of It was all that lay be tween the old world and the new. .lust that tiny isthmuH of tlmo botweon tho old lifo and the now. Everything waa changed as b...

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 February 1894

VOL. IX. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1394. TIflO HAWAIIAN muddlh. President Clovcluiid Sustained by tfio Democratic House?Tho Konub llcaiis <Jot Aid and Comfort from h Pew Democrats. Washington, Feb. 0.?The House took up tbo consideration of the resolu tion from tho comtnltteo on foreign af fairs, which eonsureB Minister Stevens' policy in using tho naval forces of tbo United States to aid in overthrowing' tho queen of tho Hawaiian Islands and in setting up a provisional government, declaring that It was contrary to tho traditions of our Republic and the Bplrlt of our constitution. Tho resolu tion also approves tho prlnciplo an nounced by tbo President that Inter ference with tho domestic affairs of an independent nation is contrary1 to the spirit of American institutions. Fur ther, that annexation of Hawaii or a protectorate is uncalled for and inex pedient and that tbo peoplo of Hawaii should have freedom to pursuo their own line of policy, and that foreign in terventi...

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 February 1894

doertiser e?12 Moatbs, ?1.00 IN \i?VAN(!K. LL, EDITOR. Using.?Ordinary Ad ?r squuro, ? i<< insor iilOsuqunnt Insertion, n inad? Cor lurico A<i W. W. BALL, Proprietor. 8. C, Feb. J3, 1894. ; on Inooiiu-N. tout southern congress oi ally fuvor a tax on in ; proposition is to place it exceeding $4000. At tho representative olomont, the steadfastly oppose it. They jio largo incomes are there, by industry und piled up by it its Imposition is an attempt OUth and West to punish the tpeople. But this view will jnd examination. Tho propor jk tho South and West will be /relatively to tho North,but there ?\es in every section exceeding proposed: there are thous j South and tons of thousands t who will bo touched by the mot bo sectional therefore, ids of tho pension laws make *i of taxation in the United :od question. These hun illions go to tho North, ost, t,he South gotting not id Jcept in penury by the " imposed to raise those .s. >w tariff for protection robs jnsumer and producer...

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 February 1894

.^?e ?etuertiser. L AUAENS, S. 0., Feb. 18, WIM. LOCAL: AN NO UNOEM ENT. A number of subscribers to this pa per who uro in arrears will not receive the paper after this week. Their names will be dropped from the list for tho reason that tho expense of sending them tho paper without pay can be af forded no longer. Wo make, . owever, this offer. If they desire the paper continued they may -omo in and pay for the paper one year in advance, i. e. pay one dollar and a half for TlIB ADVERTISER for tho next twelve months and at the same time give some assurance that they intend to pay their arrears later on. Wo prefer that they should givo their notes for the arrears. Fob. tab, at w. W. Ball. ft will be remembered that Mr. J. W. Kilguard was in correspondence during lust summer with Senator irby on the subject of sugar beet culture in this Stato. Mr. Kilguurd now proposos to semi a quantity of Bood to Dr. \\\ C. Irby for distribution and oxporimonl by the farmers of this county. Dr. Irby w...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 13 February 1894

LT8HED KVEUY TUESDAY. Oil IT ION #1.54) I'MU YfSAR J>or jTmmh) 0torjh Incident of the Lincoln Tragedy Never Before Published, (tie N. Y. F.veninsc Post, tho night of the assassination of ident Lincoln, and a short time ro that tragedy took plaee, a horse u buggy wore driven rapidly out of e alley back of Ford's Theatro, turn ' down Tenth streot to the avenue, d then disappeared, going easterly wards tho capltol. A few moments rer tho greatest orime ovor commlt d in America paralyzed for a mo ont the audience and held tho whole ountry spell-bound with horror. Booth's leap to the stage, his dramatic ...ihm?eh, and remarkablo escapo passed like u dream beforo the audience. But then came the awakeniug, and fast upon tho heels of tho assassiu eamo tho vengeance of an outraged people. Who tho assassins woro, how many wero involved In the plot, how largo Its ramifications, wore unknown. Every clue was seized upon, every person ovor whom hung tho slightest suspi cion, was Immediately arr...

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. — 20 February 1894

SOUTH CAROLINA'S QUOTA. HOW TI1F. FEDERAL PATRONAGE 18 IMSTItlltl Till). An Interesting Chapter About the Mon und Women hi Government Positions IVom this State? Who Be curctl Them Placon ami Whut Suhl? rlcH uro DPttwn?A Meagre Showing as Yet. Special to the Greenville Mountaineer. Washington, D. C, Feb. 17th.? A great deal bun boon said about patronage and who was recognized und who wasn't. I havo completed a list of all South Carolinians who have re ceived " recognition," with tho names of those who have secured these places. A review of the list will show that tho Stato has received vory littlo recogni tion. It is claimed hero by tho depart ments that tho scanty allowaneo of Offices apportioned to South Carolina is owing to factional differences. Any way, it serves as a pretext, and answ ers tho purpose well. Probably South Carolina has fared worse than any Southern State, but it is pretty goner ally conceded that tho Eastern wing of the Democracy get not only the lion's share but...

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. — 20 February 1894

Qduertiser Price?l? Mo a t fcs, ~~tl.eb~ iBLE IN a dv \ Nci-;. . BALL. EDITOR. Vdvertlslng.?Ordinary Ad ts, per square, one Inner oacb subsequent Insertion, jotiou made lor largo Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. ENS, 8. C, Feb. 20, 1H94. Political Ornithology. 4e ^Republican party recently m given the euphonious titlo of .00." It was naturally fallen on .lioro is genius in tho application. io years ago Audubon published groat book about birds and secured aortal ity. Tho cuckoo doposits its g in u nost of a smaller and weaker rd; tho hatching process goes on har ioniously but in due time tho cuckoo iAoki y it the woakor birds and appro* prlatea tho nest. The purltanle mis sionaries to Hawaii from Now Eng ?md managed so well that they ae lired tho sugar plantations, orchards d orange groves and then with their s proceeded to kick out the poor na B and sot up p government for .solvos. Now they domund ad on to the family of tho groat l and protection under tho Aegis 'he groat Republic. Cuckoo...

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. — 20 February 1894

cj>?e Qcluertiser. LAURENH, 8. O., Feb. 20, IHW4. LOOAL. ANNOUNCEMENT. A Dumber of subscribers to this pa per- who uro in arrears will not receive tho paper after this week. Their names will be dropped from tho list for tho reason that the expense of Bending thorn tho paper without pay can be af forded no longer. r\ ,ro make, however, this offer. If Uiey desire the paper continued they may como in and pay for the paper one year in advance, i. e. pay one dollar and a half for THE ADVERTISER for the next twelve months and at the same time {jive some assurance that they intend to pay their arrears later on. Wo prefer that they should glvo their notes for the arrears. Fob. 6th, :it W. W. BALL. Go ;uui Hear tlie Children Friday felvcnliitc. The Pansy Society will give a mis sionary ontortalamont in the Prosby terian church on Friday ovoning, the 23rd inst. Encourage the children in their good work by your presence and your dimes. Photographs! I will be at Laurons 10 days from the 22d ...

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. — 20 February 1894

J8HED EVERY TUESDAY. ?Itlin'ION $1,00 PER YKAK KJOKIH'S MISTAKE. itv .mks. GEORGE A. i'.u i.i:. very pretty pieture M*. Jorle ? nis inado an sho stood upon tl. top ,) of the vino wrcuthed porch < iw on her driving glovos, whh .mo ,ted for Dan to bring the ph.. .on tnd. t was Mariorie's birthday ; and the ?ton had been one of her birthday ta, bo it was no wonder that her face bright with happiness and that er whole air wgi one of contentment. The last year had made a great dlf leronco in her life, and it added not a little to her happiuoss to remembor what different prospects were before her a year ago. Then her father had hard work to make both ends meet, and Mariorie was studying with the hope of being able soon to help by teaohing. Their home was a plain one in one of the city streets which was not at all fashionable, and there was vory little In the external circum stances of the family to suggest pros perity. If a fairy had moved her wand everything could not have been more e...

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. — 27 February 1894

DOWN ON THE OHAIN GANG. BFPBOV OF A SUPREME COURT DECISION. Trial Justices Cnnnot Sentence Prisoners to Hard Ijabor?Twelve Men are Not Necessary to Mako a Trial Justice Jury. \ The State Supremo Court has ren dered a decision in tho cuso of tho State vs. Sum Williams for tho county of Churloston, in which two very im portant matters wore settled. One was tho question us to tho legal number of jurors required on a jury in a triul justice's court, and the other was tho matter of chain gangs, tho court ren dering u decision which paralyzes such institutions in this State. Chief Justice Molvor rondered tho opinion, which wus concurred in by Assoeiato Justico McGowan. Justice I 'ope filed u dissenting opinion. In sotting forth the fucts of tho case tho Chief Justice Buys that tho defend ant wus charged with carrying a dead ly and concealed weapon on his per son: that ho did nut domund u jury trial, and thut the judicial justice sen tenced tho defendunt, Sam Williams, to puy u fine of $25...

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. — 27 February 1894

Cietuertiser 10?~ ? Mouths, tl.60 SIN vi \ \M'K. EDITOR. ertlnliiK.?Ordinary a<i |kt HquarA, Oie Inner v.'Vi^?tit>xriqnent luMnrtlon. ? r(,Mi for I ????ire AU ^ HALL, Hroi?rl?u>r. 4. 8. C., Fob. 27, 1HH4. it the Court may decide the iry law, It eannot bo onforcod. ,y with bannora cannot enforce tuary law In South Carolina, joplo aro willing and will submit tpnablo restraints upon their por rights and liberties, but you ean aackle their reasonable tastes and .petltcs and they will put obstacles in 0 way of on forcing laws that thoy 1 .rd as invading and encroaching a them. may bo immoral to Use whiskey or co, but tho masses of mankind do !nk ho; it eannot bo legislated m. Those who think so, think lore an ond. You must doal i as you lind thorn, if you mean v legislation be regarded. If ?^straints upon men that you <ic sentiment is uot educated n you aro doing a foolish i tell the plain people of this jr any other State that there shall bo "no more cakos and alo" is to do ...

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. — 27 February 1894

<|>?e ?duertiser. LA?ttENS, 8. O., Fol). 27, IH?4. LOO MarrlnKe. Mrs. Susan William? and Col. J. Washington Watt? wore married on on last Thursday at Mrs. Williams res idence at Mountville. What the Children Did on Friday Nicht. The Pansy Missionary Society under the DCm ? agementof Mrs. McCaslan gave an oi'eeding pretty entertainment at the Presbyterian Church on Friday evening. In spito of inclement weather the affair besides being very enjoyable was a BUOeoSS financially. The chil dren, representing by their costumes tho different nations, were quite inter esting, looked well and carried out their respective parts accordingly. Death of' a Child, Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mace L?ngsten will he sorry to learn of the death of their only child, a little hoy, about four years old. About throe years ago the child drank some con centrated lye ami never recovered from the efleets of tho poison. Ho died on last Wodnosday. Death. Mrs. Polly Dial, mother of Captain Albert Dial, the ...

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. — 27 February 1894

SHED EVERY TUESDAY. IIPTION PEK YI AIt or jamilf) - 0torg. A WAR STORY. ,ween Fairfax Court House and aington oitv, there was still stand ,n a state of good. preservation, at beginning of the ill-starred war of Stuten, a venerable colonial build - which, though built for Church of land divines, was known to the federates as Fall's church. Near (ood a substantial mansion house of r plain, square style bo common jiong the wealthy classes of that part >l Virginia. Its inmates consisted of Airs. Dulany, a widow lady of elegant and refined manners, with her son and daughter. Edward had just reached his majority, and was then captain of the 'Fairfax Hille?, as Huccessor of Captain Marr, who was killed a few weeks previously in a night charge of Federal dragoons. Susan, just seven teen, was spending a few weeks with an aunt in the oTty of Washington. During the month of June, 1801, the Federals established a pioket station at Falls' ohureh, and their linos in eluded Mrs. Dulay's dwellin...

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. — 6 March 1894

BLAND WINS THE FIGHT. A QUORUM MADE! AND LOST. An P.xcltliifr sec in- in Congress? Npeak.r C'rinp COIIICH Olli liest ill u Tilt With l.x-Sncuker Kccd. WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.?Bland mov ed that the Uoubo go into committee of thu whole upon his seigniorage bill a id that gonoral debate bo closed at 3 o'clock on Thursday. On this motion, the voto by division wus 127 to 10. Tracoy made tho point of no quorum and the yeas and nays wore called. Before thu result of tho voto was an nounced, Livingston (Dom.) of Georgia said ho desired to submit a motion. Rule 8, ho said, required members present, unless excused, to voto upon every proposition presented to tho House. Tlio gentleman from Now York (Tracoy) had refused to vote and ho demanded that ho bo brought before tho bar of tho House and explain his refusal to voto. Johnson (Dom.) of Ohio said he had a list of twonty-flve members who had violated tho rule, which ho offered to send to tho desk. Tho ehair stated that tho rule was well known. T...

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. — 6 March 1894

<f>?e Glctuertiser subscription Price?12 Months, ?l.?O. PAYARLEIN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad lon ts, per square, one inser :; each subsequent insertion, 'action made Tor large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. NS, S. C, Mar. G, 1894. ahquet-glven in New York by ?n rosidonts of that city ex Flowltt resix>nded to a toast in nplmou.tary terms to our present suntatlon in Congross compared statesmen formerly sent there tho South. Tho speech has boon nisly eriticisod by Southerners j all shades of opinion. In tho in it has boon stoutly resented and s assault mot by countor-assault, de nial, rldieulo and ovory manner of de foncojenown to tho Press, tho Con gressman and tho cross road politician. Besides, there has beon tho oxcuso that tho statesmanship at tho North has greatly dogonoratcd and it is Hung ' Ho their tooth that thoy boast now ich men as Wobstor, Seward and ?In, while tho Calhouns, Haynes, fords and Randolphs are seen no from the South. Tho las...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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