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WKDNKBDAY. MAY lo. ?i??5~
.Mr. R. S. I.??,ron Severely Wounded.
An unfoitunate dillletilty occurred
[Saturday afternoon in lim city be
tween K S. Ligen und .J. T. Robert?,
lt amso in regard to ?1 lot ot' laud
which Mr. Koberts had donated eon
ilitionall\ to the Hospital Association.
I'heie hud been diflerencss of opinion
between them previous to their mei t
inp Sat ui ?Li>? afternoon, and in the
sonrse of a heated conversation Mr.
Roderts called ?Mr. Litron aliar, where
upon the latter struck Mr. Kobens in
the ?ace with bis list. Mr. Koberts
struck back with his kn5fe, inflicting n
ileej) cut on Air. Ligon's aim and
mother on his left breast. The.wound
' d gentleman was taken to the (,M
'xray drug store where Ins wounds
were promptly dressed. Mr. Litron
iras very painfully cut, bul no schon.:
results are likely to follow. Mr. Kob
.rr- was lodged in the Comity Jail,
bul will probably he granted hail and
.i '* a-< d from custod ) ?
I ow mille News.
Jpiiu (J. llallis visited his brother,
?cunean Mari is, last week.
The children <>i inc Town ville Ililli
Helloo! have pm chased a largo colh-c
?jon "i splendid hooks |<?r tin- libral'. .
.Mis, Smith, <>! Fair Piny, I lenni e
' erl iii v, is with her daughter, Mis. i!.
Anderson Hatcher, who I i yes a low
?liles i-f! ivy here, is recovetii g from a
tedious sp di nt pneumonia.
Miss Lela Thompson, assistant teach -
M id Denver High School, ts al home
to spend vacation.
Calhoun Hun is and Al ellie Todd, <d
Anderson, visited John C. Mains lust
(.'. U. Smith, ol Helton, was up to see
Ha brother, <?. 10. Smith, ri-ccntly.
Mr. .Smitli was orne a lesidenl ol
rownville, and his friends were all
ilad to see him.
Dr. 1?. ('. Witherspoon, ul Kock
Mills, was heit- a few days ago.
Ou Thursday afternoon, May .Ith,
Jlr. Humus Henderson and Miss
Annie Gonion Dickson were united in
marriage by Kev. T. (!. Ligou. The
roon was tl? curated with lovely toses.
T'r.n bride was dressed in white or
gandie. .Miss Annie, is the eldest
daughter of the late Prof.W. A. Dick
. ii. Mr. and ?Mrs. Henderson will bo
linnie to their many 1'i'ioiiils in An
Miss Jannie Kuucum, who hus been
leach i ix lie:? Hie past winter, has io
?nrm-it tu her homo at Morven, N. C.
C. C. Smith and Charlie Campbell,
from Helton, wore the guests of G. H.
imbil Saturday and Sunday.
J. E. Campbell and sister, Miss
annie, Hpent ri ?day with their uncle,
Ur. S. G. Bruce, at Anderson.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. James Cole,
>n April 'i'.i, a son.
Mi. Eugene Fant and family, from
Anderson, have moved near here. Mr.
Kant is having a nice dwelling erected
jo hi* place near here.
Misses Lois and Kate O'Neal, from
Anderson, visited the Misses Bruce
Sunday. Miss Lois will spend awhile.
Mrs. Rufus Hoggs has been quito
lick with nervous indigestion.
G. E. Smith aud daughter, Miss
Tarina, spent Thursday with relatives
'Ji Anderson. His niece, ?Mrs. Charlie
'dodge, died a few days before.
Kev. and Mrs. H. li. Fant, of An
derson, are with their son, Eugene
Prof. J. G. Graham attended ser
vices at Hethel Sunday.
Kev. W. B. Hawkins was unexpect
edly called away ?Saturday night by
)he sad news of his mother's death in
The morning services last Sunday
vere conducted nt the Baptist Church
by Kev. H. H. Fant, of Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Will. McCurley, from
sear Anderson, visited relatives here
?st Saturday and Sunday.
Mies Luta Mahaffey, who has been
?aching near Iva, has returned home
to spend the summer.
Julian Biuce, of Anderson, is spend
ing awhile at his grandmother's, Mrs.
?. E. Bruce.
Quite a number of our citizens are
?xpecting to go to Atlauta on thu ex
There hns been conahlet ble rain
.acre for tho past week-some very
ieavy showers-doing sonia damage,
cashing the Juli sides and covering up
Ino freshly planted crops on tho low
?arids. Tho stands of cotton were
merer better, likewise grass. In inter
viewing the farmers we conclude that
ike acreage has been reduced; also the
> ?itano bills. Wheat, un?a, etc., are
cooking promising. The outlook for
! bruit is gloomy, except blackberries,
hbe never failing poor man's friend.
?Mr. Smith's excursion to Atlanta tho
j "loth will ho liberally patronized by
-ibis place and surrounding country,
j .'This isas it should be, for there is no
man living thnt is more painstaking
juid obliging than L. P. Smith.
The health of this town is ?rood and
38 carefully watched over by Dis. Wat
" .ailis and Day.
The Churches here-Baptist, Meth
odist and Episcopal-aro ministered to
*y Reva. Hawkins, Henry and Findley,
last Saturday night Mr. R. B.
Alu tc ti i BOD'S barn, together with 475
fcuahels of corn and 3 cowe, were de
stroyed by lire between 0 and 10
Velock. The origin of the tire ia sup
nosed to be incendiary, aa tracks were
lound leading to the barn. The fire
waa first discovered by a tenant, who
?waatltst en the scene and saved the
"horses and mules by breaking down
me s'able doors. A heavy rain wae
Jailing here, accompanied by heavy
ihnmt. i- ?Dd lightning, but only a ?ren
le rain fell nt Mr. Hutchison's, about
Uve miles from here, with no thunder
ar lightning at all, and it is not at all
Probable it was struck by lightning,
'his is a heavy loss, as there waa no
Don. Julius E. Bogga will deliver a
jOOvUZe in the Presbyterian Church
'loro- next Sunday at ll o'clock, to
Yoich the publio ie cordially invited.
Mr. George Wilson, of Warrenton,
ras in town Monday on business.
Miss Ella Floyd, of Walhalla, is
-?sitiog her sister, Mrs. D. IC. Cooley.
Miss Eliza Kay has returned from a
-MBit to Abbeville.
Miss Leila .Vleiseley spent a few days
recently in Au dei son with her brother.
Mr. and M rx. Lem R>id and cfdl
dbsD, of Iva, were in town Sunday
Miss Ida Watson has returned to
Anderson airer a short visit to her
lister, Mrs. Hid in Allen.
i ?? Miss Kate Hutchison has Closed her
school at Liberty and is now at the
?J' borrie of her parents foi' the an?"m**r.
Vs -. _J_Vedei.
JS?R SAL.:~ t,uoo bU"b*da Cow Pass
itt how ?acks. ES; N. fctSoyt?o, Goners!
34eic)/udi!*e, O/augiiOu/g, S
Harris Bridge News.
Much damage WHS done by oui last
rain, which fell .Saturday night. The
watet courses in some places wine past
Mrs. Mary Coho Harris ison a visit
.to her relatives in Broadmouth. We
are anxiously awaiting lier return.
The protracted meeting began at
Trinity Church laut Munday. Kev.
Mr. Val borough assisting Kev. Willie
Beckham, tho pastor.
Mis? Amanda Klliott, of Anderson,
visited her aunt, Mrs. John Brown,
Saturday ami Sunday.
Mad dogs are the latest in and around
Tin- pt?'tty new white dresses and
huts tell us our summer girls are here.
Marshal Smit h, of Anderson, is doing
some good work in photography,
There is a grout deal of sickness in
Mr. and Mrs. Will. Wallace, of An
derwin, ?vere visitors at Trinitv Sun
William Mitchell has a son that is
l-'rying si/e chickens an- scarce ami
very ? xpensive.
Miss I ii ? ra Shirley, of Kel ton, is visit
big in tin - Section.
A I M earner f jill.
Leilar tirovc Views.
Kow Arthur Vaughn, according to
piomis?, ti I led bis appointment nt'thts !
i * 11 it it* li Sunday u I teruoon, pleaching
to a lal ge audience. li was an excel
lent discourse, hts sublime Mights of
ntutoiy being dimply giiiml and IHM
word painting l>> ?ti-' sublime beyond
comparison, li was ?1 treat io Ht and
listen to lin' Kloty ol tin; blessed Savior
amt His unbounded love lor 11 lost
wot I das lin' words fell from the lip-*
ot this ?ilvet-tongued orator. We hope
he may he aldo to preach lieu; again
?julie a number <>| our people attend
ed tho Singing ('on vent ion at Beaver
dam Sunday. They report a pleasant
Mr. l.'u.'li M a ha Hey, of Kelton, at
tended preaching at this place Sun
The school at t his place, which has
been sn successfully taught by Miss
.Med Major, of Kelton, closed last Fri
day. Miss Major bas preved a kind
and loving teacher ami bus won tho
admir?t ion of the people in and around
Ceilar < ? rove.
Mr. arni Mrs. Thomas Crawford were
the guests of Mrs. .J.J. Kelly Satur
day and Sunday.
(?rove Booro, who bus been very
sick with measles, is some better.
Judge Prince Comments on Soft Noiced
Judge Prince enjoys a lidiculous
situation as much as anybody. He
doesn't wear the stern, austere expres
sion of most judges. He studies each
witness as ho is placed on the stand,
ami frequently asks questions eu
points which the attorneys do not
Yesterday morning while a well
known magistrate was on tho stand,
the court hud difficulty in understand
ing the magistrate's testimony. Judge
Prince asked him the second timo to
j "speak out," followed by tho remark:
"I have never in all my life seen so
many snit voiced people ns are in
Greenville county," which evoked no
end of amusement.
In tho midst of the Grundy mu-der
trial yesterday morning, the solicitor
asked fora beer bottle. The dep.ities
began to look at each other, wondering
if such a thing was to be found, when
Judge Prince broke the silence with
the remark: "There's plenty of them
lying around here,1' whereupon a
search was made, and the long-necked
bottle was habed up ont of one of the
jury rooms.-Greenville Herald, 7th
Engineer Drunk While Running a Train.
St. Matthews, May t.-Tuesday night
several residents of this place boarded
the Southern's train from Charleston
to Columbia at Orangeburg and it wns
not long before it became evident that
something was wrong, by the lurching
and sudden jarring movements of the
train. On teaching this place the en
gineer was found to be almost help
lessly drunk. Tho conductor, Capt.
Murray, who was in charge of the train,
had the engineer removed to the bag
gage car and w ired to the authorities
for an engineer to carry the train to
Columbia, An engineer was sent from
Branchville to take the train on and
meanwhile the many passengers had a
tiresome wait. Among the passengers
were several prominent men.
The run on which this incident oc
cur red-is on the Charleston division of
tho Southern and the Columbia ellice,
Superintendent Williams, knew noth
ing of it until informed yesterday by
a representative of The State that the
information above was in the posses
sion of this newspaper. Tho State's
Charleston correspondent was instruct
ed to see Superintendent Heetherbut
his replv was as follows:
"Charleston, May 4.-Superintendent
I Iee thor was out of tho city to-day and
could not bo communicated with. No
information about the alleged drunk
enness of the engineer could be got
from the other officials who were seen
and they all reforred The State's repre
sentativo to Mr. Heether for any state
ment which may be made upon the
This, of course, is a very serious mat
ter and the penalty under the rules of
the railroad is instant dismissal for the
offen ding engineer. A pathetic feature
of t he case is that the engineer in ques
tion is said to be one of the oldest in
the service and has made an honorable
Letter to M. Kennedy.
-4wiYn)<ui, ??. V.
Dsar Slr : Here's something every
painter and builder ought to know.
Mr. J. J. Hall, Sheffield, Pa. painted
two house?, 5 y en ra ago, lead-and-oil;
took 40 gallon?. Last year, h? painted
Davor; bought 40 gallon?; bad 10 lett.
He la one of thousand*. Tba know
leg e in getting about pretty generally,
that Dsvoe goes further tuan ?nythlng
Have you found it out in your own ex
How much further?
buppoee a job amount? to lu.ooo square
feet ; now much lesa Duvoo could you
I Is lt aa easy palm? Doos it coat any
I more or leas to put ou by the gallon than
I any thing else? how much?.
If it costa nu more to put-on Devoe by
the gallon, it costs leas oy the foot you
know, for th? gallon dues more feet?
How nandi les., do you find lt, for
ij-efin, say, twice as long; that is the
owuer'a gain; but perhaps you reckon it
yours; sotoe do. T.ie time, wbeu that
comes-in, lu when heglvea-eui the next
Who gets it?
F. \V. IIKVOK <fe.Co.
P, 8.V-W. I*, iiriaeev seilt? our paint.
Orator t ? L ni lcd Confederate \eterans.
(Jen. Stephen D. Lee, commanding
tin- I rr ' Confederate Veteran?, hus
issued t following orders, relative to
thu Louie viii? i minion:
"The general commanding has much
pleaaure in announcing to his Coufed
eratu associates that be ha? selected a?
orator for the Louisville reunion Capt.
N. E. Harris, ot Macon. Ga. The won
derful oratorical ability displayed in
tho memorial sei vices ut the Nashville
reunion hy this gifted speaker gives a
foretaste of the rich treat that will be I
provided on thu present occasion; and
that, full scope may hu given him, it
hus been decided to have the oration at
:j o'clock on the afternoon of the sec
ond tiny, Thursday, June 15, immedi
ately on the assembly of the conven
..In onhr lo manifest his high appre
ciation ol the patriotism and loyalty of
tin? women ol Kentucky, whose fidelity
and devotion io Um Confederacy was
e.msiant throughout the entire strug
gle, though they were sepal alco! from
their own loved ones anti their sisters
ot the South, the general commanding
hereby announces that he has appoint
ed two additional maids of honor, as <
Kentucky maids ot' honor to the spon
sor III chit ! ."
(ionuino Terrell Thick Con lei Keel
Swi'i'ps are all set and tdiarpened, lead y
for HMO These S? ??epa are manu lectured
from liriost utility spring tempered
^tccl, which i.- ?tires tin) Sweeps retain'm;
tlicir original >>.>. These Sweeps arc
M..?.I hy H illivan 11 Iw. ( Ut.
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
opiates and i-m safely be given ttl chil
dren ami in peculiarly adapted for aslh- |
ms, broochilH ami hoarseuebS. Sohl hy
IC va UN I'liannacy.
A Wonderful Saving.
The largest Methodist Church it. Geor
gia natal 'ii gallons of L. it M. mixed
willi -\ gallons <,f oil, thus maki-ig pettit
cost about $1 '?U per gallon. ' 'J hey calcu
lated to use loo asllona of other paint.
Saved about $$0 00, and also Rota big
donal iou ol L A M. healers gladly sall
I.. ?V M., brcause their customera call for
it, and say they used 1-12, N ai.d evon IMJ
y tia rs ugo
1) m't pay $1 *>0 a gallon for linseed oil,
which you dtj in ready-for-use paim.
Huy oil fresh from the barro! at 60
cents per gallon, and mix it with L. ? M
It tu ak . H paint oat about ?1.20 per
??allon. Sohl by F li, Craytoo, Ander
son ; T. L. Hopper, Helton; T. C. Jack
son, Iva. t
When you want a good Harrow or
Cultivators you should call on Sullivan
Hardware Co. and inspect their line.
Their stock comprises ail of the latest
sud most improved Implements.
A Lesson In Health.
I lle-tlthv kMneys tilter the impurities
I from the blood, and un leas they do this
?ood health ia impossible. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidooys and will
positively cure all forms of kidney and
bladder ihsaase. It strengthens the
whole syatom. dold by Evaus Phar
Every farmer should have one of Sul
livan HiU'. Co's. Adjustable Keystone
Weeders, 'lbese Weeders are the best
shallow Cultivators on earth and are
great weed exterminators. You will
certainly be pleased with one of the Im
I' vin will make inquiry it will be a
revelation to you how many succumb to
kidney or bladder trouble?"in one form
or soother. If the patient la not beyond
medical aid, Foley's Kidney cure will
cure. It never disappoints. Sold by
Kv a un Pharmacy.
"Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot
And Never Brought to Mind."
When vou need anything uauallv kept
in Drugstores don't forget that W?hlte
& W?hlte are generativ open from 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m. Lucas Paint?, as good aa
the best and an cheap aa the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
The Patent Victor Heel Sweeps, sold
by Sullivan Hdw. Co. are verv popular
with many farmers. The Wings or
Blades of these Sweepa are attached with
bolts to a Standard of Malleable Iron
which will not break. The Wings can
easily be detached and sharpened. The
8weep never has to be set u tho original
sec is never changed. Por this reason
they are very popular.
Traveling is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in place In the body by
delicate attachments. This ia the reason
that travelers, trainmen, atreet car men,
teamsters and all who drive very much
antler from kidney disease In some form.
Foley's Kidney Cure strengthens the
kidneys and cures all forms of kidney
and bladder diseases. Geo. H. Hau sun,
locomotive engineer, Lima, O., writes:
"Constant vibration of tue engine caused
me a great deal of trouble with my kid
neys, anti I got no relief until I used
Foley's Kidney Cure." Sold by Evans
- No matter how great one's mis
fortune, hopo will spring up amid the
ruins. Some bright flower will be
found rooted among the fallen pillars.
Where the jackal prowls through the
night the dove seeks her food in th3
What is Foley's Kidney Cure?
AiiHwor : It Ix motin from a preHcrip j
lion of a leading Chicago physician, and
one of the mostemlnoot in tbocountiy. |
Tho Ingredients mre th? purest that mon
< y can buy, and aro anlentittoally com- .
bined to get their utmost value. Said by
Sullivan Hardware Co. have a tremen -
doun stock of woll selected Cotton Hoe?.
Their lloea havo good, full-sizsd. woll
seasoned strJdjrht handles and blades of
proper aet and p?rfuet temper. They can
I furnish thoee Hue? with or without
i rlvota through the shanks.
Will Cure Consumption.
A. A. Herren, Fin oh, Ark., write?:
"Foley'a Honey and 'J ar ls the beat pre
paration for coughs, collis and lung trou
ble. I know tbat it ha? cured cousump
tiun in tho first stages." You never
heard of any ono using Foley's Honey
and Tar and not beleg ..attuned. Sold by
IC vana Pharmacy. "
MONEY TO LOAN-On good real
estate security In city or country. Ap
ply to Pag? t & Watkins Att'ys at law.
Tho labor and expenso of farming can
be great: y lessened by having improved
ano up-to-date implements- auch aa aro
Hold by Sullivan Hardware Co.
That Beautifnl Gloss.
cmiifH from tho varnish in Devce'a Var
nish Floor Paint : cost? fi centa moie a
?1 uart though. Bold by W. L. Briney.
Free- Ride on tbe afreet cara to
Snipea Gallery, if you waut aa nuu"b aa
one dollar'a worth of photo work. Pricea
lower than any otbor gallery lu Ander- I
MU?, and nothing but nigh class work, j
We will frame your pictures of all alees. I
Wo have a large lot o' frame material on
band wbiah we would like for you to in
spect, and witb two experienced frame
makers, we think weean give satisfac
tion both inatyleand prices. We have
?mall picture? enlarged to anv size.
Respectfully, E. M. ?nlpee, the Veteran
MONEY TO LOAN-A lew thousand
dollar? to lond on Land for client?. Ap
ply to B. F. Martin, Attorney-at-Law.
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
on easy torm?.
Simpson & Hood, Attorneys^
Who want to Dress Stylishly at Little Cost, and "their name
is legion," will derive much pleasure and lasting benefit by
examining our large and splendid Stock of
STYLISH SPRING SACK SUITS.
These Quits, ss well as all our Clothes for Young men, are cut in accord
ance with Fksbion-just as the mo?t exclusive custom-tailor would do it
and although ready-to-put-on, your size garment will fit as if made, to your
We like, especially, to have young fellows who have not been quite sat
isfied with their Clothes, to come and examine our "EMPIRE" SUITS, and
see what we can furnieh them at
$5.00 TO $15.00.
The materials, stylo and making you will find entirely to your liking
hand-work in all the essential parts-and well finished in all the little de
tails necessary to style and pood appearance. Coats with fine shoulder effects
and the graceful hang which young men of fashion fancy.
NEW HATS FOR YOUNG MEN.
All the nobbiest blocks of the leading makers are here at money-saving
, ices-from 50c to 82 00 lees than you can get equal quality for at other
Stores. Look elsewhere at Hats selling for 82 00 to 85.00, then come here
and See what we'll give you at 81.60 to 85.00.
REESE & BOLT,
The One Price Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
Next door to Pariners and Merchants Bank.
A GOOD TIME
To have your Carriage and Buggy Repaired and Repainted,
so they will be ready when you need them. We have a splen
did stock "good, ?ry Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Wheels; also, Lum
ber in the rough, and nearly every thing it takes to put a vehicle
in good fdmpe, with plenty good help to give prompt service. ?
RUBBER TIES A SPECIALTY.
PAUL E. 3TEPHENS.
GET THE HABIT
TO LOCK FOR
BOSTON SHOE STORE.
We havo plenty of heavy Shoes left, so that ve can flt
Western Plow Shoes, Blucher Cuts, at S?.50.
Estra Heavy Shoes.
All Women's Coarse Shoes at 85o-new stor/k.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have the strongest line In the County.
Our Boys' Army Shoes are the best wearers you oan buy.
For Girls onr Beadon Calf Shoes can't be beat.
Women's and Children's Jersey Leggins at 50c.
Over-Garters at 25e.
Bo not buy before you see ns. It surely will pay yon.
We mean business.
to the Farmers and Merchants Bank;/
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IN FULL DISPLAY AT
C. F. JONES COM'Y
This Department is prepared to suit you ia beautiful,
practical and becoming Millinery, in most economical and
Beautiful Spring Goods
IN EVE Si Y DEPARTMENT.
March has been a bumper month with us.
Largest sales in our history.
We extend broad invitations to every one to visit our
C. F. JONES COMPANY.
All in and Ready for Your Inspection.
Our Mr. Lesser while in SJ ow York bought one of the
largest and prettiest Stocks that ever came to our city. Now,
if you are looking for High Grade and Low Prices you will
visit our Store. We certainly have one of the prettiest
Stocks of Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing and Millinery in Tipper
Carolina. Just think! we have something over $35,000
worth of beautiful New Spring Goods. This is no idle talk.
We can prove every word we say if you will give us a call,
! New Spring Belts from 10c to 8100.
New Spring Corsets fi om 24c to 81.00.
New. Spring Shopping Bags from 10c to 81.00. .
New Spring Caps for infants from 10c to 50c.
New Spring Caps for Boys from 10c to 75c.
, New Spring Hosiery for Ladies and Children from 5c to 50c.
OUR DRESS GOODS
Are new and pretty, and all the ladies tell us that no one in the city can
touch us hi quality and psiftee; We have new Spring Brilliantines in all the
leading colors, Voiles in,all colors, and in fact anything you may wish in
Wool, and Wash Goods
. Now, for Cotton fabrica wo do claim that we have everything beat in
this County. Wash'Goods from 5c to 50o per yard.
Come in and took at our line of White Goods. It will be a pleasure to
show yon this line ; we cannot praise them high enough. _. '
SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS. .
We emly oak yon to take a look. To look means to buy.
Wo have a big line of Mon's and Boys' Snits.
MR8. M?.KTIN 8ELIGMAN, our Milliaer, is no^V ready to have you
inspect her line of Spring Millinery. She will give you new, up-to-date
Goods at prices lower than our comnetitors. She will bs pleased to have you
come and look at her Pattern Hats.
AW We are the originators of FREE PBS&I?UMS.
We still give you Coupons with every purchase.
Leaders of Low Preces,