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For Ladies, JVMsses and Children.
La?ge Assortment of
A Few of ,#r-Maay
Wo haye an especially interest lng lino of Goats for Chil
dren and Girls. S?&':;;v;: ':i3:?v:
Aro. priced from $3.50 to $20.00,
Ar? priced from $3.50 to 820.00.
Are priced from $4,00 to $?O;d??
At $11.?O and $15.00 arOi^not?ced hits?.
WEDNESDAY, OUT. 18, 19Q5.*'
TBS CfrTfQK MAMOBP,
i Miss Alice Maxwell is visiting
friends lu Greenville;
Miss Lula Adams, of Savannah, is
visiting Mrs. J. L. Maxwell.
E. F. Jay? of Greenwood, bas moved
to the city to engage in business.
Hiss Leona Blake, o? Abbeville, was
in the city last week with friends.
The County Medical Association
will meet next Monday in this city.
Mrs.' H. H. Watkins has returned
from an extended trip to i?ic?inond,
J. E. Wakefield, cashier of tho Bank
of Piedmont, spent Sunday in the
Miss Mary Sheldon, of Ocouee coun
ty, ia visiting her Dieter, Mrs. H. E,
.... Miss Nettie Symmes* of Greenville,
is visiting her elster, Mrs. C. A.
Miss Cora Clyde, of Greenville, has
been visiting the family of Capt. M.
Mrs, W. H. Fri orson and children
have gone to Leesburg, Florida, to
spend the winter.
S Mrs. M. L" Simmons, of Colombia,
has been spending aaverai days in tho
city with friends.
Mies Grace Kin ard has returned to
Columbia after a visit to her sister,
Mrs. E. M. Bucker.
Col. Joe. N. Brown has returned to
the city after an absence of several
weeks in the North,
Mrs. S.Lander? of Greenwood, waa
the guest of ber daughter, Mrs. Geo.
E. Prince, last week.
? Miss Maggie Hndgens, of Honea
Path, ia the guest of Mise Sue .White
field during tbs weak.
i Misa Effie Welsh baa gone to Green*
wood to spend a few months with her
sister, Mrs. W. L. Thompson.
Mrsi W. J. GrifHn and daughter, Miss
Annie Gr'flin, of Borne, Ga, are vis
iting ; tho family of L. P. Smith.
Mrs. Margaret Von ? Wyck, who
has been visiting relatives io the
city, has returned to her home in At
Mrs. W. Avery has returned from
Jacksonville, Florida, where she has
been visiting her mother for several
Professor C. B.~ Waller, a member
t>? the faculty et Wofford College,
spent . last. Sunday in the city with
Miss Fannie Earle left the first of the
week fot Columbia, where she witt,
enter th? Presbyterian College for
Women. / '
There will be an oyster supper at the
school house at Orr mills next Satur
day night, for the benefit of the Hay
The ladies of the Methodist Church4
served dinner in the armory Fridnv
?nd -realised a good attn! of money for
church purposes, v.
Tb^ Georgia State fair waa held las?
week Jo Akanta, and a great many
people from the city and county went
over for the occasion.
Mr. A. B. Brannon, 'e? Union, waa in
The. ?ro depart ruent was called out
carly Saturday morning, by.tir? io an
outbuilding belonging to J. .3Trow
bridge. The house coritamed. au in
cubator and brooder, and u quantity ot
eggs and about titty chickens were
burned. The loss Ms estimated at
$100. . ,
The Court of Common Picas convenes
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with
Judge Chas. 6. Hamster presiding.
The civil docket contains a great num
ber of cases, which will take at least
two weeks for trial. A separate Jury
list has been drawn for each week, as
already pu blieked.
Invitations have been received in
the city to the marriage of Miss Annie
Henrietta Bicaiann to Sidnoy Adams,
the ceremony to take place the 31st of
October. Mr. Adams is welt known
in the city, where he resided for a time
and tilled the position of cashier at tho
Blue Hid ge depot.
W. H. McConnell and Miss Minn io
Hopkins were married Wednesday
night at the home e$ the officiating
minister, H?y, H, <Q. Martin, of the
Orr mills. Both are young people in
the employ of Gr. H. Bailes & Co.. and
they have many friends who will ex
The new hotel in process of erection
on West Earle street near the Union
depot, is near in ? completion and in
the course of another month will
probably be ready tor the traveling
public The building shows up well
in appearance, and tte oppointmentn
will be ail that ia desired.
1 .Wade M. Milani has been given a
goad position in the railway mail aer
; vice xor which he strfod the civil ser
i vice. examination a short timo ago.
Fer several months bo has served os
substitute clerk in the local postofflce.
He is a worthy young man and will
win promotion in the mail service;
-The street railway company haa ar
ranged to have a carnival at the park,
beginning OcSeberSOtb. The carnival
company w?l be th? usual combisatios
of side shows and ether attractions. A
Sari of the proceeds will go to the fire
epattmest* i and the carnival will
doubtless draw large crowds to thc
Under the title of ?The Old S toni
Church" .TDF. E. N. Bracket,!, c? Clem
ton College, bas issued a neat volume
that contains) some valuable and inter
eating Ideal history. The book wil
prove vcrr interesting reading to anj
citizen of this aeotioo, regardless o:
any personal interest in the matten
which gc to make up its contenta.
: - C. C. Langston, junior editor of Th<
Intelligencer, has received from Gov
ernor Hey ward notification of hie ap
pointment as a delegate to the South
ern Conference on Immigration am
Quarantine, to be held at Chattanooga
on the 0th and 10th of November, Hi
Langston is spending the month a
Pittsburg, Pean., for the benefit o
his health, and will bo unable to atten
; The annual State Fair begins in Cc
lumbla next Tuesday, and the even
will probably attract a good number o
visitors from this section. The Cc
lumbla Chamber of Commerce is mab
inp special efforts to look after, tb
handling ot the large crowds that wi
attend, and those contemnlating a tri
to the fair Will do well to write to ttl
secretary, E. B. Clark, for in for mn tio
aa to board and lodging; ' ;
According to rh?3 forthcoming repoi
of State Superintendent ot Educatic
O. B. Martin. Anderson County hi
established 10 school libratiea und<
the act of the legislature providing
special fund ?or the purpose. Tl
patrons of a. Behool on. raising ti
email sum of $10 can get ? lih?&ry <
the value of 940 through the aid of tl
gublio school funds. Ask the Conn
nperittt&ndent about it.
" Bev, J.,B. Riley, a prominent \mini
ter of the Presbyterian Church, died
Brevard, N. C., on Oct. Otb. For
8umber of years he served as pastor
lidway Church-a few .miles storth
the city and baa many friends the
and throughout the county who w
be grieved to taara of ; thia good mai
/death.. He was fi scholarly man and
strong preacher. Ho waa 76 years ol
and leaves four children surviving.
'..An - issue baa arisen between t
City of Anderson and certain proper
owners On Depot street over the ti
?toa portion of the Reiclewalk in in
of their stores; The owners Ot t
storerooms claim, .that about four f;
bf the .sidewalk belongs to them, t
the city j claims that it ia not priv;
property*: ?The matter, involves soi
interesting legal- questions, which, v
como up for determination in theSti
court?..;;-. * '.; ; "'-.x; t0'
. Dr. H. N. Snyder, the popular prc
dont of Weiro rd College, preached
the Methodist Church Sunday mo
ing and at the evening service deli*
ed ah Interesting talk on the s obj
of education. On Monday night
made an address in tho opera house
tVThe Women of Shakespeare," uhf
the auspices of St. John Club. J
Snyder ia au orator and lecturer of i
usual merit, and he will always tu
Bgo?daudicuce when ho comes to /
.^ra>ny.>-.C?-',' .. . .
. Earle Allen, a son of tj r. and Mrs,
.Bolin Allen, of Lowndes ville, V
killed near Selma, .Alabama, tho *
fit : October.7 He wWias charge ?
?-tore on a plantation, and while <
.'gaged in hiB regular bueineen beca
involved in a difficulty with a ne/
over a bale of cotton.' .'.Tho negro al
.tho young mah and inflicted woui
from which death soon resulted. ?
Allen had a great rn a ny f riec ds In t
sectioa wno were shocked to'Jwii
The* ma^is?e of Miss Mabel Btw
?fifJJeltor-, and Mr. H. Roid Sherard
jmmw plajee ht? the Baptist Qhti
( Bev. W/,T\ T??te o^iati
tlori followed < th^ <ceremony, .ai
afternoon; tra?a for Lookout Mentit
to spend reevei?i^
is ? graduate of. Brenean Coiteg*
attractive young woman; Mr. Sher
te Clemson College the nee of a ear
I f armers' in s ti tate work. ? Tho coll
is going to have this fitted up with
the latest appliances for making bu
(gad thc moat improved methods
handling milk. Practical lectu
covering a wide raugo of ngncultt
posed iu&titotes eau obtain foll Sm
Jtil^l^fs^ thepi by wiitin i
Prof. J. N, Harp?r, of Clemson <
- .? Lieut, Louis O. Bichardaon, of
United States navy, who baa been vi
m&ttsimtt for duty. H? will tal
^c??herwl'd Jo^he flwfof Ado?
'who have by merit and efficient eer
'i won promotion io #he nev y.
Conductor Will Williams, of tho
street railway company waa knocked
from nia car .Saturday and sustained
painful bruises about the head. By
some ru i schau cc he loaned too far out
from the car and bia head collided
with a post by the aide of tho track.
He had a narrow escape. He is a pop
ular oilicini and his friends hopo to seo
him at his work soon.
J. N. C?embroil died Saturday morn
ing at his homo near Belton. Ho had
been a Butterer for a long period from
cancer and bia death was not unex
pected. Ho was a good and useful
citizen in his community, and his
death will bo u ace roi y mourned by a
wide circle of friends and relatives.
The deceased was twice married, his
lirstwife being a Miss G nillo. His
second wife, who with several children
survives him, was a Miss Campbell, a
daughter of Rev. Louis E. Campbell.
The remains wore laid to rest in the
cemetery at Helton on Sunduy.
recently extended to him by tho Pres
byterian church ut Chester, it is a
?Bourco of great gratification that ho
will be returned as pastor here where
he has accomplished so much good.
The congregation has appointed a com
mittee to look after the /emodeling of
the dumm building, and work will
begin probably within the next mouth.
Tho remodeling will require from
$6,000 to 88,000, and when completed
the building will practically bo a new
1 The cotton receipts for this city for
the week ending Saturday night were
S83 bales; for the same period last year
i 1,605 bales. The receipts for the BOS
son are heavier than they were for the
corresponding period for last year, as
mentioned in the last issue of this
paper, but much of the crop ia being
withheld from tho market just now ou
account of the slump in pr ico. The
farmars as a rule are unwilling to ac?
capt leas than 10 cents for their cotton,
and if they will by united effort over the
?oath hold for better prices, they can
become in a measure masters of the
While unloading freight from a car
into the storeioom of the Merchante
Grocery company the electric elevator
employed for the purpose broke and
feu from the tiret floor to the basement
below. Larry Browb and a negro,
Willie Cochran, were on it at tho time
? and sustained painful injuries from the
jfall. Mr. Brown was painfully bruis
ed, hut his injuries are not of a seri
ons nature and he will soon be ail right
again. The negro suffered more seri
ous injuries, His head waa thrown
against the elevator and badly hurt.
He had a narrow escapo from death,
and is not yet out of danger.
The Standard Warehouse Company
was formally organized in Green ville
Saturday by the election of Governor
D. C. Hey ward, as President; Ellison
A. Smythe of Peizer, ?rsc vice-presi
dent; E. W. Robertsou of Columbia,
second vice-president; E. C. Cathcart
ot Columbia, secretary and treasurer.
J. A. Brock and R. E. Ligoh, of this
city* are .members of the board of di
rectors. The company will control
I the*warehouses at Columbia, Green
ville, Greenwood and Anderson, whore
standard construction warehouses aro
already are in operation. -The capital
ization of the company is $600,000.
Deputy Sheriff Scott went to Atlan
ta Saturday and brought back with
bim the next day J. R. Haynes, a wbito
man wanted here on the charge Of ob
taining goods under false pretences.
Haynes was recently acquitted of the
charge of bigamy in the superior court
of Fulton county, Georgia. He waa
married to a young woman atone of
the cotton mills in this city some time
ago, and it afterwards developed that
he had another living wifo. The
Georgia authorities took him into cus
tody on the bigamy charge and held
bim until acquitted a few days ego.
Haynes declined to come to this State
without requisition papers.
James A, . Cobb died at his home in
Willlamston Wednesday morning after
an illness of long duration. He had
reached the advanced age of 68 years
and was held in high esteem in the
eastern section of tho county where he
was born and reared. He is survived
by a wife and. two - Bone, Dr. J. O.
i Cobb* Who is in the service of the
j United States marine .corps, and Gor
! don Cobb, Of Huntsville, Ala. Mr.
I Cobb did good service aa a soldier in
the war; having enlisted in Gist's
Rifles, Hampton Legion. Ho was a
good man and citizen, aqd his death
will bring1 sorrow to a widocircle of
friends whp know him throughout his
life. . .. . -, /'V -
Lucelle Earle, daughter of Mr; and
Mrs. B. F. Earle, died at home in this
city, Saturday night, of typhoid fever
after a "month's illness, a?e 16 years
and three day?. She was ft christian?
and loved to attend her Church and
Sunday School. She was a girl of
many noble traits of character and had
made many friends during her resi
dence here. V A. devoted daughter,
loving sister, and a t.ue friend has
entered into Life to bo forever with
the Lord. Her Pastor Dr. J. D. Chap
man, conducted funeral services at
Shiloh Church at U a. m., Monday
Oct. 10, at ter which tho interment took
El ace in the cemetery near many o' j
^^t\f^;;3*W|; freck Jurors.? .
The Jnry Com missioners yesterday
morning. drew th? following jury to'
servo the third week of tl)o Court of
Common Pleas: . ?., , ;
. H. W? Parnell, Hal?. V A . >,"'
O. B. Gil mer. Kock Mills. V . i
T. J. Cox, Belton. V : ;
A. P. Oater, Anderson,
-E. P. Horton, Belton,
r Joe Parker, Hail. : . , './ . .
A. C. Hndgens. Orr Mills. .
; VJ. L. Herron, Varen nee.
P D. P. Sloan; Anderson.
?. S. MoMehen, Halt. .;..
. J. Calhoun W?aou, Broedaway.
fflt&i J. Vsadlviar, Hopewell.
Oliver Bolt, Centerv?lle.
J, M. Oc*v Jr.; Belton. v
D. C. Brown. Anderson. .
J. J. Trowbridge, Anderson.
\ J. N. Wright, Fork, / :
' O, 8. Maret; Fork. ,
J. J. Findley, Hall.
W. T.MoElroy. Peizer.
H. S. Broom, Martin.
Wci^ B?okson, )^rk.
W. H. Mart?n, Garvin. -
>? W. H. Bowen, Ben. :. , *. .
' ; W. T. A. flherard, Corner;'. ?
J, M. McConnell, Cen ter ville.
R. af. Burris*. Anderson; . ; < %
W. J. McClure, Centexville.
guuide Shirley Pork. >
. W^MeLees, Rock Mill?.
W* Wf Ohlldsrs, Brnaby Creek, ;.o r ;;.
; J. T. RoWaeon. Brnaby Creek. '.
;. A.-F* Hanks, Hall.. :
W. F. ifftvis, Bc ashy Creek.
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.VOR 9AT..E-S00, bosfesl* Virginia
Extra Pin? Blue BIMW Wheat for ?ced..
?-;?y ?t^f^~y-:; .wanuwv^C.;.^
WANTED-A man to bandi? Yekcltt
slvely or as a aide Bus our Lubg> Oils
and Pain ta. Salary or commission,
t * ? Vulcah Chemical Co,'? Cevolaud, O, >
FOR LADIES E
Purchased direct from manufacturers in Kew York dD?y,?33ar
factors which economic buyers will consider.
Tho profit between Jobber and Retailer is here shaina*
A SAVING OF 25 TO 50 PER CERT
Is quite an item, since quality, design, finish and fit lea ia
keeping with one's taste and judgment.
Technical phrases count for nothing. Substantial TOIUCXS
are the only arguments to be used in order to convias* ymr?*
chasers. . , .
SF YOU ARE m HEED
- OF EITHER
A Tailor-Made Suit,
North side Court Square, two doors East of Farmers
chants Bank, Anderson, S. C.
IF you really want the \ery Best Bet d'Oat that bas bee*
put on the market this set eon, and ono that bears the endorsexneaa
of Clewicn Colic ge as to freedom from JohnHon Grass, come to ms
or Eit? ub yt ur ordeis and you ehall not be disappointed. Genxx? .
inc Bcd Boat Proof Oats of a geed, weighty qualify, are yby
8 carce thia ecason and hard to get. Of course them wJll be?;??
there always has been, some people who will o?er ycu' ar gc--nuii?P
Bed Bust Prcof Oat at a lower price then we ehall ask yon &r.
oura, but we warn yon (hat yon will take dangerous chances if
you try lo economize on such an important item as Seed Oftfca
Tho difference is not enough to justify the risk, and if yon. sana
wise you will not fool with the cheap seed., If you want Ates
oh Oap seed and are helbent on bujing them, we can supply- jem
with them. (We tell then* fdr feeding, purposes, but they aar?,
equal to many so-called Seed Oats now on the market.)
J r v SH fl bil i >
I FLOUR. I
^ If lhere ie in your nature that wb'Vh demands tiio-very hsA JJ
# and will take toi bing lees, and will not stand fop any deteriora? ^
<F tion, nor i?, con tent with mediocrity ; if you appreciate constara^ ?& .
.J honest tfiort? to conquer the? heights of excellence in the milling ^
% of honest Flour,,'i?p commend to ycur highest favor a?4 cens&fe- c^
% ration our old," reliable, true and tried BEAl^S PlATSKT ?
5 . ll Ct 1 I l<f ?? )<rj ?ie lat?tfitd with the' cheap and sh??trj^ ff
c? she botched and slovenly, if you are not particular afc oui Uk? 5,,
.# quality of what yep cit nor the taste cf it* if you are not (tft^rW- ?5
? inating and axe content to set jnet anything that is huuu? S
m^^^W^W^-th?n you ? S?P? to buy BtHsfr cf*
\ Patent, for you can buy ccmetbing else that vp?ll suit your ?i*rpo
? tea just as well and a great deal cheaper; liser? is nothing, li?sn jj?
# cultivating the habit of demanding only tho best, and if you w33 ?
# clo this yon will always get DEAN'S PATENT; and thereby S
M preserve the peace and dignity of your household. . 5
J Yours always truly, '
I u?aw & RATL?FFE. i
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