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LAUKENS, S. C, Oct. 19, 1904.
??Work Uaj" Offering.
Kev, W. B Wharton, Superintendent
of th* Epworth Orphanage at Colum
bia, baa sent out letters to all parts of
the State, asking the people as many
as will to donate their earnings of to
morrow, Thuriday, October 20th to tbe
support of the Orphanage.
Mr. Wharton is pleased to call the
day a "Work D*y" offering and it Is
his desire that the children be encour
aged to take an aetlve part in this
most worthy objeot. and the friends of
the Orphans are expected to co-operate
in making the day a success. There
are over 100 fatherless ehi div.n under
the care of tho Methodist Church for
support and training. Remember
Ti11 mint and Llucoln.
Tho following Is from the Philadel
phia Press, a Republican paper:
"Some Southerners there is no suit
ing. In South Carolina forty-four
ye^rs ago cverybjdy was objecting to
the Republican party booause it had
clecte I I incoin. Now Senator Till
inan, in his last speech, objects to the
Republican party because tt is "no
longer tho party of Lincoln."
The Press appears to have soored.
We see no reason why Senator Till
m>n should rhapsodize over tbe late
Mr. Lincoln in a Democratic campaign
spo' oh. Mr. Lincoln may have had
hii virtue, lie Is dead. Thore would
I ono excuse for Southern Dtraocr?ts
afcer the manner of Rosevelt to abuse
ihis dead man. But why a Southern
Democrat in a political speech should
feel it incumbent upon himself to hold
up th's founder of the Republican
party us a political saint is more than
most Southern men can understand.
The ( ileus
The p'acs, to be on the day of the
circ.is is >*t tho circus The man cr
woman who t?oes not enjoy a good c:r
c.is needs a doctor qu'ek. Tho child
thatdocs not delight In the circus ha
n~t boon born.
The ol~ou* for fifty or sevout -live
qantn gives fifty or seventy-live dollars
worth t-f arxtU:ement. We doubt if
anybr.ily waa evor harmed in tho
by a circus. Persons have been drunk
at a oircus but they dd not drink \he
Tho nivdern circus Is conducted by
persons who behave well. G od be
havior by tbe circus crowd is a part of
the business; provided it is a big and
respectable circus Along with the
circus sometimes crma pickpockets.
Pickpockets also "huppen along" abo-it
the time the Stata fairs are held. Wo
fancy if a Church fair hold lu Lau
rens should attract a crowd of 5,000, a
few nicktockots and thugs would be in
attendmee but it would not be tbe
fault of tho Church fair.
Wo have no patience with tbecry that
the circus takes moaey from the conn
try It does not take by any means
the amount that la supposed Much of
tho money received by tbe circus is iu.
Rtantly paid out again. If not a copper
W'.'S paid out, however, the circus
would be a bleesing. It gives hearty
enjoyment to thousands who rarely
have an opportunity for first rate
amusement. When ono has been
amused, one is is ady and able to work
better for days and weeks. A hearty
welcome say we, to the circus that is
(hilng to Central America.
Mr. find Mrs. Richard Anderson left
j estcrday for Nashville, Tenn., where
they will spend a few days before pro
ceeding on their journey, the destina
tion of which is Zacapa, province of
Guatemala, Central America.
The mission of this young couple is
to onga 2 in missionary work under
Ihe Pen. icost-al Mission Board of Nash
t ille. They will bo located in ihe same
province in which Mr, Conway Ander
son has been engaged in mission work
for the past three years.
Mr. Richard Anderson is a f-on of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Ander?on, and
is a young man of deep rollgloos expe
rience and piety. ,
Mrs. Anderson is a bride of only a
few months. She was a Miss Watson,
of Greenwood, and during her short
stay in Laurens she has made numer
ous friends who wish for her and her
husband a career of great usefulness in
thoir new field of labor.
A CONTINUAL STRAIN.
Many men and woran are constantly
subjected to what they .?<>tnmonly term
"a continual st'air." because of tome
financial or family trouble. It wears
and distresses them both mentally and
physically, affecting their nerves bad
ly and bringing on iiver and kidney
ailments, with the attendant evils of
constipation, loss of appo'.lte, sleepless
ness, low vitality and despondency
They oannof, p.s a rule, get rid of this
"continual strain," but they 09n reme ?
dy its health destro3 ing effects by tak
ing frequent doses of Green's August
Flower. It tones up the liver, stlmn
la >? ? trie kidneys, Insures healthy bod?
ily functions, gives vim and spirit to
ono's whole being, and eventually dis
pels tho physical or mental distres?
caused by that "con inual etra'n."
Trial bott'e of Angu> t Flower, 26c; reg
ular sizo, 75c. At alt druggists.
At public salo, Clinton, S. C , Nov.
;lrd. 1001, at 11 a. m, we will sell at
Clinton, 8. C, the estite of C. M. Fer
guson, consisting of town lots in Clin
ton and farm lands on Duncan's Creek.
For specific information see plats at
ston of H I). Henry, Clinton, S. C.
Terms CASH, John Fkrouson,
WHAT ISTHES1ZKOF YOUR HAT?
Whon you've been with the boys all
night and havo a dark brown taste and
your bead fe*>lt? too big for your hat,
oall at The Palmetto Drug Co. and get
a 10c piokage Captura. It will make
your bat fit better. Convenient to car
ry in the pocket. The genuine has
name Burwell A Dunn Co.
p^pn,n': Vorklow? wharf was n fnir
I slghl to the passengers of the
Two Sisters as the sh.'p swung
V I to her moorings. Beyond the
yellow rlny bank the shore glowed In
a violet Kreon da/.-.'.o of foliage, a flnmo
of amethyst ntul pink, end over all the
sun hung hat}', like some splendid
dream rose, strewing Its petals upon n
hay of tinted glass.
The bank behind the wharf was a
fringe of negroes, their vacant minded
happiness shaking out laughter na wind
shakes blossoms from n locust tree.
The gay colored turbans bobbed like
variegated popples on a breezy day.
The planking belOW was sprinkled with
town folk, and on the road behind It
several chariots were drawn up at some
In advance of these and in the rear
of the crowd, with Betsy Byrd In the
saddle beside It, stood the TlllOtSOt)
conch, framing in its window a face
with a dicker of laughter over it like
the wind on a May meadow. Anne
was In close green and With her oak
yellow hair looked a gold spear rising
straight from Its sheath. As early as
noon one of the TU lot SOU blacks had
ridden to Gladden Hall with the news
that the ship had been sighted down
the bay, and Anne had ordered the
chariot forthwith. Be'tsy had a new
peacock shawl coming In Muster Hives'
care and had made the pilgrimage from
Willinmsburg every day for a week.
"What it pity!" exclaimed Anne, who
had been first to arrive. "Mr. Cary?
Brock!urldgo Cary?enmo on the ship,
but she lay In Hampton Heads last
night, and ho there found a packet for
Philadelphia. So we shall not see him
till the spring."
"I'm sorry." Betsy nnswered. "Frank
saw him In London. What a lot there
are here! There Is Burnnby Holph of
Westhnm, here for more redemptloners
no doUbt. lie bought a round dozen
last ship. Why doesn't he leave that
for his factor, like a gentleman, 1 won
Anne looked at the man she Indicated
?of medium height, with a sheep face,
long In the tooth?and turned away
with a little shudder. He stood with
thick legs planted tlriuly, talking with
a uelghbor, his head turned over his
shoulder, und as they looked he raised
his sword hilt and struck savagely at
a black who Jostled him. "Poor serv
ants who fall into Mr. llolph's hands.
I pity thorn," she said in a low voice.
"John the Baptist," she called to her
mounted servant, "did you go down to
Inquire ubout Miss Betsy's chest, as I
"Yas'm, yas'm. Done been down dar
"Are yon sure?"
"Yas'm, on men honah!"
"Honorl" Anne said severely. "What
do you know about honor, John tho
The darky responded with a ragged
grin. "I uster huh <>r henn *?r hnnnh."
he said vaguely, "but I got so 'strav*
gant wld it I spec* I ain't got much
"Look yonder, Anne," whispered Bet
sy. "Isn't that a genteel looking young
man? What a lovely brown his hair
Is! He's looking this way. His coat
has a foreign cut. I warrant lie came
on the ship. There is Master Brooko
standing by him now."
Anne's eyes showed her a gray coat
unslashed, plain hose and shoes with
a neat steel buckle?a dress neither
rich nor poor. There was no lace upon
the hat, no paste knee buckles, no
sword?none of the marks of distinc
tion. Hut the face was open and tho
nut dark eyes frank and clear.
She had gazed but a moment when a
familiar red coat shouldered its way
through the press. She bit her lip und
turned her head away, but Betsy was
deep In chat with young Mr. Uarlyle,
kinsman to the Belvolr Fairfaxes, a
youth lean as a rake, of a pale disposi
tion, all hair and cyos.
Tito newcomer strode to the steps
with assurance and touch, d Anne's
lingers with his lips. "Still so cold, so
far away? Still cherishing a frown for
"I looked not to see you, Captain
"I am but Just returned from Lon
"On the Two Sisters?"
"Aye," lie answered, with a slumber
ing ilush on his face. "The moth re
turns to the lamp. A pretty conceit, Is
She moved her shoulders with a ges
ture of impatience.
"Why am I doomed to be ever in
your bad graces, Mistress Tlllotson?
Oh, 'tis true. I would it were not!
"Fwns so in Williamsburg. Had you a
smile for me? 'Twas when I went.
Well, I return to the frown."
"I have naug- else for you. I have
told you so."
"And yet," he said constrainedly,
"for another kind of look from you I
would forget all else. I would change
nil, risk all. Can I never win aught
from such a love as mine? Will you
never tell me how to change myself tor
you? Shall I go always wanting?" A
florce and unhappy passion was writ
ten in his face.
She turned from htm coldly. "I beg
you will not recur to that, captain,"
she said. "My answer was my an
swer. I can never give you more."
He touched his breast, drawing his
band across tho gold slashings of his
cont. "Is it this? l?o you frown upon
his majesty's uniform? I swear I
would I were a ^hlgl"
"A Tory before a turncoat," she an
swered hi in.
Jnrrat shut his teeth like a trap.
Then without reply he bowed to her
nnd strode toward the ship. Betsy,
turning her horse, saw only his van
ishing figure, Anne's face a flush red
gmt of anger nnd her eyes gleaming
like blue lee.
"Why," exclaimed she In surprise,
" 'hvns Captain Jnrrat I"
"I wish," sold Anne, with temper,
giving Betsy's hoist! a slap that made
him dance and called forth a curdling
scream from its rider "I wish Captain
Jnrrat was in Qulnenl"
As Jnrrat stepped on to the deck the
gangway was thrown down for the
herded human cattle that had thronged
the lower deck. Sixty odd, they came
trooping out to where the factors were
gathered, and the ship's agent at once
began tho bidding by offering a convict
smith, bound for seven years and ul
owed only ?leE and lodging, who, lie
loch'.rcd, made great diversion by Blng
ing and whistling, besides being rare
?it iron work.
The sale proceeded rapidly, for bond
servants were In demand and tho lot
was above an average one. They stood
for Inspection eagerly or stolidly, us
their laces promised, Home sullen eyed,
some smirking, The women wcro of
fered last. Hut few remained when
tho agent beckoned to the swarthy
skinned woman whose babo bad died
during the voyage, ami Bhe came for
ward timidly, turning her sloe-black
Italian eyes upon tho crowd In misun
derstanding and cowering dread. Her
hair and tho red olive of her skin made
a curious contrast to the light complex
ions of the other won. en.
Buruaby Holph, who had purchased
two laborers, looked her over with Bnt
"A likely wench," ho gulped. "Twen
ty pounds is enough, I tlcubt not, siucu
she Is foreign. I tako her. Put that
down to my reckoning, Master Clark
"Poor thing!" said Anne. "I would I
*vore a man. That brute should never
bare her!" She looked up and felt the
young Frenchman's eyes full upon her.
He bad clearly overheard.
"You belong to hhn now," said tho
agent to the woman, pointing to Bolph.
She gtr/.ed into Itolph's face nnd
Bhrluklngly about the circle. Then,
with a sudden cry, doubling like au
animal, she dodged between the knots
of spectators nnd threw herself nt Ar
Itolph's curse was lost In n great
laugh which rose from the factors, and
Anne's face stung red at a coarse re
mark from one of theui.
M, Armand did not seem nonplused.
He stoopeil und lifted the cringing wo
man to her fact ns Holph approached,
his lean eyes winking.
"My wench seems to have an uncom
mon fancy," the latter sneered. "Gall
me, why did you not buy her?"
"Will you sell her to nieV"
The latter looked at lho secretary's
dress and glowered at the merriment
of the onlookers.
"No," ho blurted.
Armand smiled with suavity. "Per
haps it would pleasure you to game
with me for her? In my country, gen.
tlemen," he remarked to those around,
"we are overfond of the dice table. As
for me, 1 could never resist to woo the
hazard of fortune. Miiylmp, however,
hero you are less adventurous, n ote
cautious, monsieur, or, as those who.
having little, hesitate to risk."
Holph grunted at this airy thrust and
gnawed his lip. ills estate of Bcntcllff
was the largest on all the .lames, nnd
this, It was said, he had won in the
palace hi Williumsburg fifteen years
before In a wild night of play with
Governor Fuuquler's gambling crew.
"1 will lay against her," added Ar
mand, "double the amount she cost
juil. .Mia a loss or a coin Bliall Oe
The factors gasped and stood looking
the speakor over. Kolph stared an in
stant, then: "lone! Leave (he Inden
ture open. Master Clnrkson, and bring
A w: ger In Virginia never failed to
provoke Interest, whether P. was for
a pair of spurs or n pipe of canary, and
now all wero listening eagerly. The
two girls, from their positions, could
sei? without difficulty over the Inter
"Lei us go farther away," snld Anne,
hut Betsy was of a different mind.
"No, no," sin; protested. "They are go
ing to loss. I wouldn't miss it now for
anything. He Is French, Anne. I can
tell it by the neeent."
Holph called und threw lho gold coiu
he had drawn from his pocket with a
flourish, "The king's head!" rose a
score of voices as It fell. "Mr. Holph
"Oh, dear!" exclaimed Betsy In great
"I really believe," said Axme, with
heat, "that you ?want that man to
"Weren't you Just now wishing you
were a man so Mr. Holph shouldn't?"
M. Armand had drawn forth a wallet
from his pocket nnd lifted out the sum.
"Fortune beams upon you, monsieur,"
he smiled. "I was ever unlucky of a
Wednesday. Shall we have one more
throw? And double or quits mayhap,
monsieur? Unless you deem the stake
"Hlghl" said Rolph, with a growl.
"Double or quits it is. Eighty pounds
against your lost forty and tho wench.
But, mind you, this ono throw ends it
The other tossed. There was a shout
as tho coin descended, for it lodged In
the brim of a spectator's hot and could
not be cotinted. At the next trial it
rolled in a spiral and finally stood edge
wise in a crack of tho wlmrf flooring.
A third time the young Frenchman
sont It spinning. It twinkled hi the
sunlight, fell, bounded sideways, the
crowd parting before it, rolled across the
ripen space and toppled over n few feet
from Anne. Instinctively Bhe leaned
far out of the coach and looked.
"It Hhov/H the arms!" she crisd In
spite of herself. The coin had fallen on
its obverse side.
"Fortune has turned," the secretary
observed easily. "It appears, monsieur,
that tho servant Is mine. The remain
der of the stake, If you please."
1 " 'Twns but his assurance ho wager
ed with," snarled Rolph. "It will not
hold. What does this sorry raiment
with thus much money, gentlemen? Ho
does not own so much. I dispute tho
"And Mr. Holph calls himself n gen
tleman!" Anne said disgustedly.
M. Armand looked at his antagonist
with undisguised contempt, nnd mur
murs of tho assembly, who loved fair
play, were bo unmistakable Unit Holph
drew out bills and indenture with a
curse and drove off with a black look.
Anno watched him go, a curl on her
Up. When she turned nt Betsy's ex
clamation It was first to be awnro that
all on the wharf were looking hor way,
that some of them were smiling and
then that the young Frenchman, with
tho redemptloner woman following
him, was nnpronchlng her.
be continued .
SPLENDID VALUES IN
OF ALL SIZES.
Our big: RUG department==big: in every
particular==room, stock and novelty ? is
ready for a big fall trade with the most
elaborate showing of Floor Coverings
The growth of this section means that
our enterprise and energy, coupled with
great stocks and the fairest prices, has
been recognized by the people of this
See us about at least one new Floor
CIRCUS Laurens, Saturday, OCTOBER 29
FOR 33 YEARS WE HAVE KEPT PAOE WITH OUR COUNTRY'S GROWTH.
ADAM FOREPAHGH & SELLS BROTHERS
most colossally complete feature, wild beast, arenic, aerial, racing, educational, entertaining
and spectacular holiday aggregation on earth.
A union of mich millionaire magnitude, magnificence ami inorlt an to plant Its mighty foot upon tlio very
pinnacle of Popularity and Success In MadlHon Square Garden. Now York City. Ah It was there you now will
boo It hero with Even Greater Feature Foati Forthcoming. Kach and all cxelualvcly exhibited by it, and every
Onn presented )uut aH promised. Woudrously and exceptionally Including
The Miraculous Chasm-Vaulting Cyclist, who executes a flying t)lcyclc leap of ;ilfty feet In mld-alr. The Instanta
neous, mipreme and heroically scnsntlonnl Parisian lilt, now for t ho first time Keen la America?
THE AURORA ZOUAVES
The Champion Martial Masters ol the World. Pronounced by Keropo's military martinets unequalled. Saluted
by our own Went Pointers iih nll-surpasslng.
I*lrst and only appearance ol those Soven Malo and Female Rquostrl&n Fronch Favorites,
In thu only altogether now equestrian act i.In any circus In more than iit.y years, "On (be Way to the Orand Prix Race, Paris."
C33L?0?er3ES.>? THE CYCLE
I be Monumental Myittrv ol LlrrlM. MStlCSi,CCC3 .-..i"
iniuy scaling on his wild, wliard wheel the absolutely perpeudlrular side of "The Devil's Chimney."
First anywhere away from home appearance ol
OF NINE HUNGARIAN M AGYAI1 DANCING AOROBATS AND MELODISTS,
The most mysterious race's master featH <>r strangely wondrous strength, skill and weird graco and harmony
In Its mammoth double Wild Bens! Domain
will bo found
THE ONLY NORTH POLE DISCOVERERS
J /j LIVE, FULL-CROWN
With others n single half-grown specimen Is
exploited iih a real feature.
We have 14 Ferocious, Snowwhlto
To mill... lilt flrst bow before you nl*ocnmOB
Thedreatly Original Rqulllbrlsllc Jtif cling t qucurlun,
Whoso mighty, merry Dog and Sulky act,
whose phenomenal Park Cart Juggling net,
are t ho iuohI amnilug and jontislug of nrcDlC
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The American Champion Acrobnts of Iho World, now first Introducing their own Original Aerial Acrobatic High Htage Act.
Its Three Kings, Elevntod Stages, Aerial Arena and Coliseum Race Course, presenting In a hundred champion rivalries and rovoL
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a REAL WORLD'S FAU1 of STCEDS of EVERY STRAIN
Which In uumbers, beauty and Intelll : inco niltsiiln i a'I fashionable blue rlblion horse show .<
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13 Build LAURENS, S. C.
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New Fall Goods jj
The thin flimsy fabric must soon give place for $ ?
one of heavier texture and preparations
are now in order for the change
Dress Goods for Fall and Winter wear
are shown in great variety in the northern
markets. While many weaves arc shown
Dame Fashion gives Broadcloth the prefer
ence, and has decided Brown to be the
A handsome line of fancy Silks for waist
ings and black Taffeta for skirtings just
Special care is always taken in the se
lection of Blac Goods; in this department
will always be found choice reliable .
Table Linen, Hosiery and Underwear
and all other stocks are well represented
in lowest market values.
Your Inspection is cordially solicited at
W. G. WILSON & CO.
The Bank of Laurens,
Laurens, S. C.
Will furbish every onj who will bso >me
depositor to t he amount of one dollar or more
in on1.- Saving* Department a hmdsomo pri
vate lib i o S?fo, like tho oro shown here.
Yon are inv'ted to ea'l and ask for ono of
It. matU's not what a man's income is,
rroklesin9?s an I extravagance will sooner or
hi er bring him to un. Every mochanic
eaus.vf om one to twj dol.jrs per week
and btc itnc the maoHger of bis own shop in
a few years.
The clerk win saves nothing wl 1 always bo
a clerk, Bettor begin swing today. Tho
employe, tho mechanic, the farmer, who
saves ?t) cents to ?1.00 per week will soon
n a buiiaes-?. a house or a farm of hi * own. S art a savings ?c rount with the
nk of Liurons today It will grow: ? p r c3.1t. lute eat on savings account.
Total , $67,000
O. ?. SIM/YIONS, President.
J. Pluss, W. P. Caine,
Shingles at a Bargain
We have just received thres car loads of
Shingles and offer them, while they last,
at the following low prices.
$2.00 grade at $1.50 per 1000
2.50 grade at 2.00 per 1000
2.75 grade at 2.25 per 1000
3.00 grade at 2.50 per 1000
No. 1 Cyprus Shingles
THBSB PR1CBS AH FO* OKS'd
Laurens = - South Carolina
The selection of good seed is very importont. We giv^
special attention to this as well as to other departments of
our business. We can fill your orders for Sit A Wh^at
Oats, Barley, Rye, Vetch, Clover, Lucerne, Rape, Tur
nip and all kinds of good Garden Seeds.
WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL YOU.
You will always
find this store
the best grades of
Shoes for yourself
See our new
Irving Drew Co, Line
All the latest shapes and styles made from
the finest leathers are ready for your selec
tion. See them.
I Laurens Cotton Mills Store f
T. C. LUCAS, Manager. $