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? tits Homely Women Pretty.
._ .. rfomiin no rn attar how regular her
features may be omi be called pretty ii
her complexi?n Ia bad. Orino Ltxative
Fruit Syrup aids digestion and (ilep.ru
sallow blotched complexions by Htimu
leting the liver and bowels. Orino Lax
ative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or
gripe and io mild aud pleasant to take.
Botnetnber the name OKI NO and refuse
to accept auy substitute. Evans Phar
The great Oliver Chilled Flow 1H today,
ss it hasalerays benn, the Standard Flow
of the world. It will do work that eau
"ja done with no other Flow. For light
ness of draught and ease ol' operation
these Plowe cannot bu aoj?roa''bed.
Theee plowe are wold by Sullivan If ird
"Should Old Acquaintance Be fargot
And Never Brought te Mind."
When vou nt;ol anything usual!" kept
in Drugstores don't forget that Wilhite
A W?hlte aro genorallv open from 10 a.
m. to T> p. m. Liras Point?, as good as
the beet and as ehot?p*is the cheapest, al
ways on hand.
A tremendous stock of Eaameled
Ware, Tin Waro and all kind* of Kitchen
Hardware ia carried by Sullivan Hard
Don't be Imposed Upon.
Foley A Co., Chicago, originated Hon -
ey and 'far as a throat and lung remedy,
and on account of tho (rroat merit aud
popularity of Foley'e ilonoy and Tar
! many imitations are ottered for the gen
I ulne. These worthless imitations have
I hiuillar Hounding namoii. J5iware of
thorn. Tho genuino Foley'? Honey and
? Tar is in a yellow packago. . Ask for it
< and refuse any nub ai tut .>. It ii tho best
remedy for coughs and colds. Kvana
Cold weather will Hoon bo here and
I tho need of Heating Stoves will then be
felt. A complete lino of all stylos of high -
grade Boating Stoves ie carried by Sui -
livan Hardware Co.
MONEY TO LOAN for home cliente
on easy terme.
Simpson & Hood, Attornoye.
Wheo you want Bale Ties get thom
from Sullivan Hardware Co.
.arr/WT CITTATTT T* TTY A "arm TXT .WTT^TTT
Fall and Winter Goods.
69 ATS, JACKETS and FURS-ali very swell and stylish.
IMes np te ?25.00.
COAT SUITS and SKIRTS-perfect fitting, beat quality
?nd. latest ideas. Priced np to $19.50. ????2a38
ISaXUNERy-the best that is growing-better every
&0SXERY and UNDERWEAR, and other staple ?lines.
Many Good Bargains.
'Visit our Store all the time-it's here.
We started with good Goods. ,
We advanced to better Goods.
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?0 Wa now have the best Goods. .
^ Atrery broad assertion, but nevertheless a true one.
?t?a hard to avoid what might seem extravagant language
?a greise of our
WEDNESDAY. (JCT. ll. 1905.
Suicide of Geo. T. Kin?.
A special to the Nowa and Courier
given tb? following particulars of tho
suicide of Geo. T . Klug, which occur
red nt Piedmont Saturday night. The
unfortunate mun had Minny friends
.-inti relatives in the County who were
Btiocked to lenin of hin distressing
George T. King, of this piuco, conj -
ni it ted suicide last night about 1
o'clock, by severing the juguler vein
with a razor. Mr. King had been in
ill health for some time and frequent
ly when lie could not sleep he would
walk out into the yard. List night he
arose about 1 o'clock and went out.
Ilia wife thought nothing moro of the
matter until this morning, when she
Htartod out to milk, she HAW her ii'?a
haud's body lying near the hog pen.
Upon examination she found that
there were live cats on his neck and h's
body was coltfand still. In one hand
he held the box of the razor, which he
used. Mr. King was about GO years of
ag? aim leaves a wife omi several
children. He was a member of the
Baptist Church and un honest and
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Judge Prince Speaks Plainly.
In his charge to the grand jury of
Charleston County Jadge Prince made
some pointed and timely remarks
upon two very dangerous evils. A
special from Charleston gives the fol
lowing summary of his charge on these
Judge Prince caused something of a
sensation today in charging the grand
jury, upon the convening of the court
of common pleas, that the luws against
miscegenation should be strictly en
forced and that in view of the spirit of
graft which pervades so many com
munities; that tho grand jury should
make a ?ilig??t oxamluation of the
reoordsof all county officials, that its
reports should be thorough and cor
The court stated that the preserva
tion of the Saxon blood was a boun
ded duty and all citizens knowing of
cases where tho bloods of tho races
were boiuy mixed io violation and de
fiance of the law Buoald report it and
testify to the fact.
In further explanation of the portion
of his charge relating to the condition
of the books of the county officers he
said that he was not speaking with
any knowledge of incorrectness in the
accounts and conduct of the Charles
ton of?cera. He was making no
charges, but chere is so much corrupt
ion in pinces whero it is not expected
that the juries should give closer at
tention to the subject and by this very
close examination of the records, fer
ret out and report all cases suggestive
of Wrong doing that the matter may
Two ?iiempts to Wreck Trains.
Two distard?y attempts to wreck
passenger trains No. 12 and No. 15 on !
the Columbia and Greenville branch
cf the Southern- were made yesterday I
morning by unknown persons about
two miles north ot Honea Path. 1
Neither of the attempts was success-1
Train No. 15, which leaves Columbia
at 7 o'clock in trie morning, struck a j
fdece of iron known in railroad par
ance as a bumper knuckle, which had
been placed on tho rail, and knocked
the iron from tho track,
was done and the train proceeded to
Belton where trains 12 and 15 meet-.
The engineer of the train from Green
ville was told of what had happened
and cautioned to look ont for th? ob
struction. He accordingly slowed bli*
train down when he approached the
spot where the obstruction had been
dashed aside by the first train and
found that it had been replaced by the
would-be ; wreckers. The train was
brought to a standstill and the knuckle
Stoked up and brought ou to Go I um
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No lone was seen in the vicinity by
the crew of either train and so far
as could be learned no clue has been
found or no motive discovered that
will' lead to fixing the crime upon the
guilty persona. Ie was stated by one"
who came to Columbia on the train
that Capt, G. B. Willis, who ia the
agent of the Southern at Williamaton,
waft at Honea Path and went, ac co ra-;
panted by several others! to the place,
to search for evidence and if possible
to locate. the person who placed the
iron ott-the track.- The State, Oot. 0th.
. J. R. Tucker Pardoned,
Gov. Hey ward yesterday received
from Hon. Josh W?: Ashley a petition
for a pardon lor J. B. Tucker of Abbe
ville county, who had been convicted
of arson and had been sentenced to
serve a term of 10 years on the chain*
gang, A? there had been petitions
presented formerly and aa tho judge
.and solicites had reported, th*) g o ver
nor waa ready to act> He signed tho
pardon en the ground that tho prisoner
Ift getttog infirm au d t hut ho miga % be
partially excusable on the ground of
ignorance. Tho property deatroyed
waa ? bara Ulonging to tho prisoner's
wife, and waaStood
Miranee money. ' Not only did ho full
to get the mosey ont he baa spent two
years io prison. Solicitor Bogga re
common ded the granting of the par
don.-The State* ..Vf?.'J -,
-j.. mm wm m ?'? '.???::?$?$
KiUiBf Birds Out of Season.
.. Aithong h tao *. season for ki H i og par
than half grown. The law against
put on the statute books to pptteeft the
youog birds until tfcsr arefe?yl?fk';
The I va High School has opened its
fall session under the nrinuipalehip of
Prof. J. W. Ligon. Ar. Ligen is a
teacher of several years' experience,
hr.vii;j.; taught in the Lat?rauge, t?a.,
graded Behool for tho past two years.
Miss Rena Kennedy IH assisting him.
invitation!', have been issued by Kev.
and Mri. J. L. Fennel to the marriage
of their daughter, Ada, to S. M. Mc
Adams of this place. Tho ceremony
will take place at Lowndesvillo on the
evening of U;t. 13th.
Kev. Mr. McJnukin, n missionary
of the Presbyterian Church in China,
preached in Oood Hopo Church Sun
day morning. He madeamoBt inter
esting talk, telling what had buen
done ir. tne f??> East and what was
needed to carry ?to the difficult work.
lt is expected that work on the new
cotton mill will begin in a few days.
The mill will h. .o a capitalization of
8200,000 and will prove an important
fuctor in the development of tho
Several nev dwelling houseo are in
proc?s* of oreciioni and nisuy more
will be erected dering the hinter.
James E. Brown, of Anderson, filled 1
the appointment of if o v. J. W. Bailey
Sunday afternoon at the Methodist
r. h o rt-h here. Mr. Brown ia Ht ody in?: |
for the ministry, nod his efforts are j
vory gratifying to his friends in the,
Mr. and Mrs. Hart Baskin, of Abbe*
ville County, have moved here, and
will make this their home in the fa?
Robert Stevenson bas been ill fo?
several week. His advanced ago
makes his condition Berion8,0and nh.
friends are somewhat anxious about
J. E. P. Sherard of Davidron College
ie spending a few days at borne.
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Charles, the elevon-months-old
baby of Prof. and Mrs. Moore, died
on iast Wednesday and on tho follow
ing day ito remains were taken to !
Hodge* for interment. They have the
8?T&atny of .all in their sorrow. : A
Invitations are out io tu? .marriage
of Mies Ada Fennel to Mr. 8. M. Mc-1
Adams, of Iva. on tho 18th inst., at j
tho bride's home ou Main street.
Miss Ethel Speer ia visiting her
father for a abort while.
Mr. Charlie McGee, of Iva, was in
I town yesterday looking after his in-1
Misses Mabel and Margie Johnson,
of Ohester, are visiting their aunt, Mrs.
J. K. Mose'ly.
J. J. Johnson went to Iva to stay in
theJLva 3*\nk during the cashier's ab
Mies S?!iie Mann has returned to her
home Piter a visit to Mrs. Sallie Huck
J. T. Buskin, of Iva, was in town
ia?* week. i
Rifases Lizzie Nance, Ruth and Jen
nie May Dann have returned to their
hom J m Ocala, Fla., after ependlng
the ?Ummer hore with relatives.
TowavUIe Hews, ?g
Misa Verina Smith has boon visiting
Mrs. Nicholson has been quite sick.
Miss Dora Wooton is spending
awhile with ber uncle, Dock Wright. !
Miss Ethel Marou, of Fair Play, is I
the ?tva t of Miss Etta GI?es.
Miss Aliee Smith has returned from
an extended visit to relatives at El
berton and Starr;
Bascom Beares baa returned to An
derson after spending a few days
"Mr. J. 7A>. Gill has gone to Atlanta
to spend awhile and take in the Fair.
Miss -. Amanda Reeder, of South
Union has been spending awhile at
W. T. H ant's. ? >
. Mrs. ..Ni W. Gantt visited friends and
I ralatUes at Calhoun and Pendleton
Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Greenville,
visited relatives here Sunday;" . v
Jack Harris, from Pendleton, .waa
?resent at the Presbyterian C bur oh
unday. - >, .%,'<?) ...-Y ??
. J. it; Bruce spent Sunday With W.
Nk Bruce?* Oakway.
Mre. F.D. Campbell is unite sick.
Dr. W. Kl Sharp; from Slvoli, Weja
in Town ville Saturday.
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Brushy Creek News.
Mr. Editor: As l have not written in
some time I will try and give yoda.
Our farmers are getting along: nicely
Lynched bj Ills Orra Race,
Bainbridge. Ga.,- Oct. D.^News
reached tili? city ??arly yesterday morn
ing that Jack Sistrunkv a negro, waa
lynched Saturday night about nine
miles southweat ot here by a mob com
posed of his own race. Ofiicera Murk
laon and Ivy, who were in custody ?f
the negro, arrived here and confirmed
Sistrunk was a negro 24 year? old
and had been recently discharged from
the convict camp operated iu thia
county by Greer & Son, having been
convicted in Houston County of G
misdemeanor. Since his discharge he
worked at tho timber camps of You
mane, in the southwestern part of the
Last week he criminally assaulted
the daughter of John Harris, a respect"
able negro, living in that community,
and tied into Karly county with tue
o?icers in close pnisu't. Near Cedar
Springs ho criminally assaulted another
negro giri. The officers came near
capturing bim here, but he eluded
i them and came back into tho lower
j edge of thia county, whore he attempt
! ed to assault the daughter of & negro
?by the uame of Speseer. Ths last
I attempt was unsuccessful, aa the girl
I had a knite and stabbed him iu the
> <>reast. though not seriously.
I i ?. u? .,.1- I_- - fi - ..ni..??<l
I by the o Ulcers who bad pursued biri*
i through Early an? back into thia
; county. He waa at once taken befora
I Magistraten Horn and Brown and
bound over over for bia crimea.
The negroes were ranch iuceneed at
Sistrunk tor hie hoinons conduct, but
the ofiicera did not apprehend that
there would be any attempt to eura
marily deal with him aa they ata?ed
to the Bainbridge jail late Saturday
afternoon, aa no threats of auch a na
ture had been heard.
When they were in niue miles of
Bainbridge suddenly and silently they
were confronted and surrounded by a
crowd of about a half a hu nd reel men
who were heavily armed. Thia waa
about 10 o'clock at night, but there
waa sufficient moonlight for the offi
cers to see that the mob constated en
tirely of black mon and that there waa
not a white face among them. They
seemed to' be well: orgaoir id KQ they
were very orderly. The ??u??TS were
told in a quiet but emphatic manner
that unless they surrendered their
prisoner to them that there would be
trouble. There being no other alter
native tho officers were . obliged to
obey, after whioh they were ordered
to move on.
The officers had proceeded acarcely
three * ^ndred yards before they heard
a fuel, de of shots, and then all waa
stillness. : They did not return to the
spot until after daylight the ..next
morning, when they found the body
of Sistrunk swinging to a limb aha
riddled with bullets.
"Robert/' said tho teacher io ono of
the county's boat aoheols to her bright
est pupil, "give me an example of the
use pt the word 'damper7 in a sentence."
Robert though* a mnmantthnn deliver
ed the following: 7 " T~ ~~*
. "Mamma- ia damper-tlcalor. about
cur flora/ She hasbeen reading Dean
& RafliuVs advertisements till she
dont think there is any' other nour in
the world but Bean's Patent," If the
good mother will look in another
column she will find otner reasons why
she. ought to bo particular about her
floor. .? " - . .'::.:;,..!/;->;';
WANTED-A man to handle exclu
sively or as a nido line our Lubg. Olia
and paint?. ! Salary or commission.
- Vulcan Chemical Co, Cleveland, O. j
> Uat JteHB Vari?t?*.'
When leadmp nliyslclma caul that Wf
M. Gunthart. of Pekin, Ia., had incurable
conan mptlon, bis la?t toops vanished; but
Dr. Klng'o Kew Discovery for, Vms emp
tion. Co ugh a and Oolde, kept aloa out ot
bis grave. Ho s&yo : "This great opocslfid
complexly curt d nie. and eavod my life.
?iou? then, I u??d iv for Over 10 yaam
and oousiaor lu marveloue 'throat; and
.ipng can?." Strictly scientific our? for
I.Cough?, Soro Th roais or Cosds ; -eur? pro
vea ti vo of Vam monl e. f <3 uaradtaod, 50a
and St 00 boitlea at Orr. Gray & Co's,
drug atore. Trial boul? free.
A Daredevil Ride
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The banners of every Department is unfurled te catoh
the breezes of the great Tall trade?
The large sales of September has buoyed us up to Mgfo
expectations &? October.
Mark you, Anderson has never shown a better--'
?e laying before the tradeto-day.
" Your d?liaiwill be wisely expended here.
Drop In and see us every time you are ia the city.
: : We to in^ t?&^
?s?exfcrttoH?niiry bargains, . -:-".-S.<v'- .v