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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 6 March 1894

<hhe Qdoertiser. LAUBT3NS, 8. 0., Mar. G, 1894. LOCAL Salestlay. Public officers sold no property yes torday. The crowd In attendance was small, Farmers report the plows run ning for the first time in wooks and the work of the New Yoar being rushed. To Kent. The residence of the late Robert H. Yeargin, now, with sovon comfortable rooms, good well, conveniently located In the city. M. F. Yeaucun. Religions. Mrs. W. L. Wait, of Newborry, will be at Dial':, at 11 A. M. on second Sun day in March, and at Graycourt at 3.30 P. M. on same day. to address the con gregutions respectively of the two churches on the subject of Woman's work in missions. Lot all the member ship, and all others interested in mis sionary work, attend. Laurons Abroad. The following clipping is from tho Liberal-Enterprise, Cuthbort Georgia: Next Sunday afternoon is tho regular consecration meeting of tho Christian lOndeavor Society and it is hoped that every member will attend. As the so ciety faile.? to hold its...

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 March 1894

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ? unst'it IPTKON tH.no PKIi YEAR UPON A TIME." by mary k. miller. luly in February, there came g the Cutakills a marvellously .tiful snowstorm. It gave the . sleighing of the winter. It dls ed all out-door tilings so comically t not only all the country boys and Ig woro laughing, but the busy | otTTeiV and grandmothers wont out f-doors to see the masquerading. Annpa lor instance, looked like men ?tuck fast in the snow, with towering caps, and one arm oxtendod for help. Gateposts were. capped like sentinels standing guard over pathways lost under the snow. There was not a uu of wind, and as the sun came up and "chores wore done," sleigh-bells jingled along the country roads, and it seemed a& if everybody who owned a "team," or even a "nag," was out enjoying the snow. A great deal of visiting was done, and the postmistress at Springlake said that every letter was taken out of the postoftlce. David Burnot, a farmer, had taken his wife and two little sons, t...

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 March 1894

SILVER IN $H? SENATE. STF.AL.IN? A MAllCll ON HUE OP POSITION. llepubliauue Helping to Puss the itI.-nid i".ill i vcn its Friends aro Sui-prlMcd tliut the End is Itcuolicd So Knslljr. Washington, March 7.?In the Sen nto to-day Mr. Morgan, from tho com mlttoo on foreign relations, reported a resolution, requesting tho President to inform tho Senate if not inconsist ent with public intorest, whether tho government of Great Britiun had ever occupied Bluollelds or uny othor pluco on tho Mosquito reservation in Nicara gua, witli a military force : tostato the character und strength of such force, and tho claim of authority on tho part of tho liritish government to so occupy that country, lie supposed ho said, ulthough he did not know, that tho Koarsurgo had* been dispatched to Blueiields on account of that occupa tion. It was a very delicato and grave question for tho neoplo of tho United States?particularly if the military oc cupation had taken place on the idea that Great Britain had r...

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 March 1894

jifie Gtctuertiser Option rrloe la Months, 91.04. ",\ y A UIjIO IN advance. r. BALL. EDITOR. Ivertlslng.?Ordinary Ad ner square, one inser n subsequent Insertion, tion made for Urge Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. i, S. G? Mar. 18, 1894. -t-- h? ?-= nmou. oritieism of Homer's ,o is that bis heroes are all follows that it is difficult to the roal hero. The Abbeville 40 in their invitations to groat South Carolina to come and ox Aove them that their staturos oo taken iu comparison with hi, encountorod the sanio difll /. Thoy, howovor. hit upon tho ?lo nutubor of sovon; it will bo re ed that thero woro tho sovon won i of tho world and tho seven wise i of Groeco. Wo aro not going to them now. Wo contont our wlth naming tho gentlemen in ot to "old Abbovillo" but to tho '.lo of to-day: Tillman, Tlmmor lal (those Ts will stretch to of doom) W. D. Evans, J. us, Ellorbo, (last, but not mpo) Dr. Sampson Pope. 'j our monoy and you takos 'ico. ft * * Salosday next two or throo hundrod gentlemen of l...

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 March 1894

Gduertiser. LAURENS, S. O., Mar. 18, 1894. A sorios of artistic triumphs beforo tho largest and most cultivated audi ences of tho great cities of both Eu ropo and America has boon tho record of tho artists connected with Hoywood's Colobrltlos. Wo can vouch for tho abovo statemont, having seen tho cre dentials and original programmes and have no hesitation in indorsing it as ono of tho strongest attractions that over visited our city. Bo sure to como and bo with tho crowd for tho ontor tainmont Is to bo glv^ri In behalf of tho Laurons Firo Company. To llont. Tho residence of tho lato Robort H. Yoargin, now, with sovon oomfortablo rooms, good woll, convonioutly located in the city. M. F. Yeakgin. IMeusuro in Prospoct. Hoywood's Colobritios will givo a concert in our Opora Houso on this ovoning. A combination of music and dramatic performance will mako tho programme a delight to ovory tasto. They come under tho auspices of our Fire Department with which thoy sharo tho receipts. We hesp...

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 March 1894

P?BtLISHteD kvery T?JISDaV. SUBSCRIPTION 91 .BO PER YJ4AH M?S. lilSASIS OF KANSAS. e Huoceaa of a Remarkable Wei torn 'Woman. e story of Mrs. Lease's advent! in 'cs is interesting. With her hus end her children she lived on a l|i Klngman county. One day s in1 Witchlta and leisurely into a union labor convention. ' requested to make a speech. id never before attempted I to . iu public, but the calls were so ent and earnest that she resolved -, For half an hour she surprised ilf, as Well as her audience, niak > speech that fairly started her on ) road of fame and fortune. Soon after this the Lease family ro oved to Wiohlta, where the- husband zecame a drug fllerk, and from the modest salary ho received in that capacity supported his family, which 'consisted of his wife and four children. Through the influence of his wife ho was subsequently made manager of a loading Wiehtta drug store, but the tironrietors having disposod of the mstnoss, ho was thrown out of employ ment, since whic...

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. — 1 May 1894

TUE TAH IFF DKUATIJ. 8'ii;itnr "<IIK' 8pecoli? Homo of the Kvllsol' protection ? A Htronu l?rcn onlutluit oft ho Democratic Side. Washington, April 24.?Immodi atuly after the reading of yesterday's journal, tho Sonato thold abriof oxoou tlvo session and then ut 1 p. in. tho de bate oil the tariff bill was rosumod and Mr. Mil Id closed tho M gonorul debate " on th?) Democratic side in support of tho bill. Every aet of legislation, ho said, was nooossarily an act of compromise ; and none more so than ono which imposes a duty on imports. Tho pending bill did not moot his entire approval, and ho doubted if it mot the ?>ntiro approval of any of tho gontloinen on his sido of tho chamber. But, us it was, it should have his cordial support. If ho should think that there was a prospect of im proving it, ho might oiler and support somo amendments. But whether ho succeeded in having amondmouts on grafted on it or not, ho should bow to tho collective judgment on his side of tho chamber, 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. — 1 May 1894

etuertiser Price 12 Mootbt, ?l.so. IiE IN ADVANCE. i BALL. EDITOR. r Advertising.?Ordinary Ad <nt?, per square, one Inser esoh subsequent Insertion, iduotion made Tor large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. 1894. jaoe. A all factions In this iilklng of getting to jtlng to oflice pacifica -o/iU-emists. In Sunset .?oss'onar recollections he meuibers of tho house who joining into the chamber ag their seats very close^to Congressman?"Can you soe the r?" yi Congressman?"I seo two." /o. Thero is a fellow In every iek who sees in plain Bon Tlll llttlo deity; there is a follow, his oor neighbor, who sees in Bon n a very little devil. Those co extremists who keep up a con i imiss and fuss and aro determined thero shall bo no poaeo in tho j. Thoso aro tho fellows who in fervor and craze of excitement ox to ride into somo little or big of and swig their boor and rido upon passe? at tho expense of tho tax ?rs. Thoy seo their idol doublo magnify him into heroic size: the , i.firf^sagvees with thorn ...

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. — 1 May 1894

<^fie (?duertisex. LAURENS, B.C., May J, 1894. Tho course pursued by Governor Till lunn of South Carolina during tho ro cont llqifbr riots in that Htuto, hau boon tho subject of much criticism. Oov ornor Tillman explains and defends his action in an article entitled "Our Whiskey Rebellion" which appeurs in the May number Of the North Ameri can Review. Died at Brooksvillo, Fla., April tho ninth, at the resldonco of Mr. Robert Kirklund, Mr. Howard Martin, a for mer rosldont j)f Euurens. Ho was a stop son of Col. J. Washington Watts p A has Hovcral brothers living in Lau "orn*. among them Mr. Willie Martin, of thin,city and Mr. Dull Martin, who rosldos in* the county. Mr. Martin's doath was particularly sad, ho being only about twenty-live years of ago ana with seemingly a long and useful ca reer before him. Curds are out announcing tho mar riugo of Miss Minnie Shnnds. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Shands, of this place to Mr. Joseph O. Middloton, of Calhoun, Ga., the ceremony to t...

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. — 1 May 1894

She gmxtm QAvtx?ttx. PUBLISHED EVMRY TUESDAY. SI ?CKIPTIon SI .CO PBR T1AH QDur ^otnihj Storn. ? NG THE CLAIM Ashby stood la the open door hor little sod cabin and gazed ,<r 'y out across the broad stretch /el, Kansas prairie. She was a .1, ^broken woman, whoso deeply rrowed features and great, hollow ,cs told a pitiful story of mental und .ysieal suffering. Like many of tho poor settlers on ?Vlio ureat Westorn plains, she had ex perienced tho bitter trials and hard ships of a long and unsuccessful war fare against poverty. There was a yoarnlug, soul-hungry expression on hor sad, wan face that was touchingiy pathetic. Upn acrosB tho prairie from tho west oumo another woman. Sho was Souog?not above twenty at tho most, he wo* tall and slender, almost to frailty, and her faco woro that sad, wan expression that characterized Mra. Ashby. but without that hopeless, despairing look. /'?Well, Alary?" Mrs. Ashby said, in an. eager, questioning tone, as the younger woman approached and san...

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. — 8 May 1894

f ' 1,0,1 Cola? r ? I ? . M?n ?? VOL. IX. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, MAY 1894. * NO. 4C " OUB WHISKEY REBELLION." TILLMAN'tt REVIEW AND ANALY SIS. The Governor Discusses tho Political AspcotH or" the Darlington Trouble. N01 Hi American Uevlew. The- uttuntion of tho United States lias for more than a year ' -en diroeted to South Carolina. This State has en deavored to solve tho liquor problem, a troublesome one to all governments, in u manner so novol as to be startling. So much has been published about the Dispensary law in the papers anil mag azines of the Union thut Its scope and purposes are well known, and explana tions on those points are not needed in this urtieie. History bears nut the assertion that whenever restriction or prohibition of tho liquor truflio is attempted, resis tance, either political or by force, is attempted. When South Carolina sought a solution of this troublesome problem, and triod to solve it by pas sages of the Dispensary law. the in evitable conflict with...

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. — 8 May 1894

Subscription Prloo 12 Mouths, fl.SO. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. is for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad isoments, per square, one lnsor *LO0{ each subsequent Insertion, otion made for lar?o Ad W.W.BALL, Proprietor. ?ENS, S.C., May 8, 181M. Ooxeytsin. neu Tillmanism mado its advent r four years ago or moro a promi Iti/eu of South Carolina declared 'i I' nun a symptom. Mado at so early junoturo it was a happy hit. It will bo remembered that tho Governor had nothing to suggest as a remedy for the evils that bosot and threatened us but an agricultural college of which ho wanted to bo trustee. Tho matter was strenuously urged, flagged and was \ about doud when old man Clomson dlod willing about four thousand annually for such u college, which vlvlsocted Tlllman's Idea and tho thing took form and became an accomplished fact. Wo have it now with flvo hundred boys in uniform and studying chomistry and tho usoful arts and notably agriculture. At the sumo time overboard Into tho tumbling...

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. — 8 May 1894

?^fie ?duertisex. LAURENS, B.C., May 8, 1804. LOOAL; Tho Cross Hill section of tho county had good rains on Saturday, accom panied by hail and considerable display Of Lighting. Cant. J. J. McGowan had a cow killed, and tho dwelling of Mr. Milton Grant wii3 struck, inlllcting lit tle dumago. Butteriek Patterns which arc fash ionable, reliable in all respects and tho ?? greatest convenience imaginablo to any ?no attempting the formidable task of dress making can now be obtained at Simmon's Pros. Congressman W. C. P. Brookonrldgo addressed a largo audience at Lexing ton on Saturday, opening his campaign for rolelection to Congress. The speoeh is spoken of as exceedingly elo quent, he shedding copious tears and bringing many others to boohoo with him. if he wins under tho circum stances then indeed charity is not a lost virtue. An entertainment will be g^ven at the Opera House Friday, 18th inst., for the benellt of the Episcopal church. Tableaux, statuary and a waiter drill by the child...

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. — 8 May 1894

Vitt gjrartw ^dvtrUjtu.l FUBLISHED 1YIRT TUESDAY. ? i'?< ?iviiorf si.no run yrar (Dm* JamMn Stovj). A FARMER'S WIFE. ?y kat1k williamson. lie Home aid Farm. ? oil, sweetheart, hore wo aro at o," Su4d Hurbcrt, " and now I will 0 to leuvo you for a fow momenta 1 go out ana ace bow thing-, have .,????11 curried on in my absence. Have a neat and when you nave warmed and rested you may take a peep into .the ruok-poom and give Sal any directions you may wish to." So saying, he kissed me and left me alone with my own thoughts for the (lrst time in several days*. Wo had been marrlod only a week. I had left all that I had known and loved from my oarllest recollections and coruo among strangers for Hurbert's sako. This I had done willingly, for I loved him and knew that ho loved mo with all the devotion of which hiB gontic, noble nature was capable. I was a school teacher when 1 mot and loarned to love Hurbcrt and it wttu with many misgivings that I had Anally consented to marry him. I kne...

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 May 1894

"A FRAUD AND A SHAM." A Lively Discussion In the Senate? Sherman Pours Hot Shot into Coxey. WASHINOTON, May 9.--At tho opoti ing of tho session of tho Senate tho re solution prosontcd on Monday by Sena tor Allon, (Fop.), of Nebraska, for tho appoint incut of u BOloOt oommitteo to investigate tho police assault upon tho army of Coxoy, Browne ami Jones in tho Capitol grounds on tho llrst of May, was laid before tho Senate and Sena tor "Allon mado an argument In sup port of it. llo hud oxpootod, ho said, that tho sou lor sonutor from Ohio (Sherman) would have introduced a re solution looking to tho investigation of that "outrage," but, as tho senator from Ohio had taken no suoh stop, ho iAllen) had boon-moved to do so. IIo iud doomed It his duty, although it was not a pleasure by any moans, to olTor a resolution for tho making of a thorough 'and complete investigation of the remarkable scene. Coxey hud come to Washington its was Stated by tho press (if that was to be replied upon) for ...

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 May 1894

^fce QWuertiser Bu?sorlptton Price 12 Months, $1.60. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. " W. W. HALL. EDITOR. < for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad oments, per squaro, ono lnser '00; each subsequent Insertion, lon nisdofor lari-e Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. WS, S. C, May l?, 1894. A Problem, juprenie ?Qourt has construed itruotlon of tbo liquor laws as tand on tho statute books of tho It Is doeldod that munloi ?lc8, nor powers, can grant 11 809 to rotall spirituous liquors and wtantlally that it Is* unlawful to ro ,1 or sell tho same within tho borders ,. tho State. Noithor tho Stato, as a corporation, "don't you know," Govor nor Tlllman nor the jioorest subject can now disponso for filthy lucro tho ardont article which so many of our follow citizens, it seems, so ardontly thirst aftor. Gov. Tlllman got it "in the neck" when tho dispensary wont "whoro tho woodbine twlnoth"; tho whlskoy men wore thereupon in high feather and the decree wont forth from tho Reform Cress that tho Supreme Court had been sub...

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 May 1894

LAUHKNS, 8, C, May 15J189L LOOAL. BUTTERICK patterns for sale by u8 at Now York prices. Simmons Bros. The Kov. J. H.Thornwoll will preach tho haccalaurcato sormon boforo tho Thornwoll Orphanage sominary at tho commencement on tho 1st of July.? Cor. Greenville News. Tmc UnfjLNATOH can bo ordorod through us> without oxtra charge. Simmons Bros. Tho Chicago Women's Club will bo described by Miss Maria A. Wellin the next issue of Harper's Bazar? Tho article will include skotohos of promt uont members of tho club. ? Mrs. Lyman Abbott, representing the conservative side in a vexed cjuos tlon, lias written an article, ontitled ?'Why Wo Protest," for Harper's Ba zar, In which she advances cogent ar guments against woman's suffrage. The $2.00 excursion from Columbia to Beaufort for the benefit of Knights of Pythias will not bo run as according to previous notice. There will bo a special train from Augusta to Beau fort by P. It. & A. road, leaving Au gusta at I P. M. May 21st, provided ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 15 May 1894

Ihr ?f*men* $>&vtxt\t$i.\ PUBLISHED iv ?flY TUESDAT. ?imcmraoif si.oo run Tin THE TRAMPING OOMMOHWEAL. HILL AKP LEOTUUK8 ON COXEY. ? No Patience With tue Va?a 1 Ai in v < ??n;;n I* I mu ?Iii jkleMly While i lie Country Is Huf luff. uta Constitution, .'h?re was a tlmo when every Stato id a law puuishlng vagrancy and it <d that any man who wan found go about in idleness and had no vlsl w njeaiu? of support should be deemed a vagrant, and on conviction should be Imprisoned and put to labor. I don't think that law has over been ropealed in Georgia, but it is a dead letter and I reckon it ought to be in those hard times. There aro now thousands who aro idlo and have no moans of support vlsiblo or invisible. Most of them are willing to work, but oan't got work to do. Nevertholoss this Coxoy army is nothing but an army of tramps, an ex cursion of willing vagrants who would rather plunder than work. Wo havo no patience with them?no considera tion for them. If any of them have f...

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. — 22 May 1894

BTI0K8 TO THE ALLIANCE. TILhMAN'S FINANCIAL CHEKD. e Endoncs tho Alliance- Demands except the Bub-Treasury?Will Not End Himself (o Ihn Democrat lo minis His Formal Entrance Into Nattoual Politics. s On April 18, Governor Tillman ro oelvod a lottor from Hon. Thoma9 P. Mitchell, chairmun of tho exocutlvo committeo of tho Farraors Alliance, enclosing tho following questions, whioh ho had boon ordored by tho Al liance to propound to all candidates for oflioo In tho gift of tho people of South Carolina: " First. Will you discuss tho Alliance demands in the coming campaign, par ticularly those relating to tho finances of tho country, and dofond thorn against tho enemies of our order. "Second. Will you pledgo loyalty to tho domands of tho National Fanners Allianco and Industrial Union abovo loyalty to party caucus and voto against any and all candidates who decline to commit themselves to this oxtont?" To this lottor Governor Tillman ro pllod as follows: Columhia, S. O, April 28, 181)4. Ho...

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. — 22 May 1894

?fie Giduertisex ^Subscription Price?12 ^Jgontni, fl.oo. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE*. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. for Advertising.--Ordinary Ad ti!>^innnta, por square, one inser _euch subsequent Insertion, Ton made for large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. fS, ?. C, May 22, 1894. sta Industrial Copvention. t?te .and Industrial Con will be h old at Augusta on tbe h of this month. Tho object Is, ounccd?_to oncourago dosirablo {grants and capital to come South. . Tlllman has appointed a dolega u to represent this Stato and it Is dcrstood tho Southern Govornors 11 attend; it is also understood that o railroads are interostod and great ipxpootation8 of somothing practical are entertained. Tho ldoa of bringing capital to tho South to dovolop manu factures and now Industrios as woll as tho mineral resources und'watorpowors Is In tho right direction. To assort that a sparsely populated country must bo a poor country Is but to lay down a truism. As povorty Is not to bo de sired any moro than riches, and it I...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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