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LOCAL NEWS. -
,C. C. LANGSTON, Local Editob.
Bead the notices to trespassers in this
^ issue.
m See notice of Executors' sale in another
^column.
Blank Liens and Contracts for sale at -
this office.
Dr. A. ? Strickland has gone to Florida
to spend a months
The horseswappers did notjbave a gocd
-. showing last Monday.
C. Wardlaw, Esq., of Jefferson, Ga.,
was in the city last week.
'? Seven, saloons have been granted retail
license by the City Council. ?
Some of our farmers say the small grain
crop is not very promising.
Very little cotton has been brought to
the city since the holidays.
There has been a general squaring up of
accounts during the past week.
The young people enjoyed a New Year
Hop In the city last Friday night.
The merchants are getting ready to sup?
ply tneir custom era with supplies and
guano.
- Mr. Julius Cohen, a prosperous and
substantial merchant of Athens, Ga., is
in the city.
Mr. J. Con way Garlington has been
made assistant editor of the Lanrens Mer?
chant and Farmer.
Monday was a very inclement day, and
the crowd- in the city was not as large as
usual on Salesday.
All the schools of the city have resumed
their sessions, after having a very pleas*
~3nt holiday vacation.
Parties desiring to borrow money
should read the card of Mr. Frank C.
. Whitoer in another column.
. Miss Mamie WiPtrite left jthe city last
Saturday for Leesbnrg, Fla., where, she
?will spend the balance of .the Winter.
The fire engine has been returned from
Columbia, where it has been undergoing
repairs.'It is now almost as good as new.
Chicken thieves have been troubling
some of the inhabitants of the Southern
' jwrtion of the city for a few-weeks past.
The County Cor am issioners give notice
.elsewhere that Dunham's Bridge, over
Saluda River, is in a dangerous condi?
tion. :
~ The cyclone season is approaching, and
it is said that some of our citizens are re?
pairing their pits so as to make them se?
cure.
Mr. J. E. Barton informs our readers
that he is prepared to furnish them' with
lumber, shingles, bricks, &c. See adver?
tisement.
The School Commissioner's office has
been moved from the Centennial build?
ing to a room over the Book Store, on
Whitner street
The Town Council of Abbeville re?
quires the saloons and all other places of J
.business in that town to close their doors
at 10 o'clock p. m.
Mr. W. P. Houseal has retired from the
New berry Observer., having sold' out his.
interest to Messrs. W. H. Wallace and
James H. M. Kinard.
Prof. D. C. Lake, who has been teaching
school at Pendle ton the past year, has
moved to Easley, - where be will take
charge of the Easley Academy.
Messrs. John H. and E. L. Clarke left
Anderson Tuesday, afternoon for Texas
pn a visit to relatives. They will visit
the Exposition before returning.
An old maid in Nashville keeps a par?
rot which swears, and a monkey'that
chews tobacco. Sbe says between the two
she doesn't miss a husband mach.
A heavy wind and rain storm visited
this section last Tuesday morning, about
5 o'clock. Many of our citizens thought,
for awhile, that another cyclone had come.
Governor Thompson has appointed Mr.
"W. H. Frierson Treasurer, Mr. T. J.
Webb Auditor, and, Mr. B. F. Wilson
Jury Commissioner for Anderson County.
Messrs. S. A. Arnstein and S. M. Rosen
> berg, of Caraden, S. C, are in the city.
The former is well known in Anderson,
and his many friends are glad to see him.
Many of oar readers have friends re?
siding in distant States. A year's sab.
scription to the Intelligences, would be
Che best New Year's gift they could send
them.
The gross receipts of &e Anderson
Postoffice for the past year were $2,924.69.
The expenses amounted to $1,400, leaving
a net revenue for the government of j
41,824.69.
Capt. Gern Hammond has been over in
Hart County, Qa., acting as a special con?
stable. His description of what he saw
?Over there, and his experience as an offl
.cerisricb.
Politeness is*the only thliTg that dis?
tinguishes men from brutes, aod yet
' there are some people who claim to be
'Civilizedand at the same time ignore the
commonest rales of politeness.
Persons desiring to purchase males for
<0*sh or on time should call at Mr. J. E.
' Peoples' stable, in the rear of his store.
Mr. W. H. Green is there, and, will take
- pleasure in exhibiting the mules.
The attention of the citizens of Belton
: and community is directed to the card of j
Dr. J. C. Harris. While not profession
rally engaged, he may be found at the res?
idence of Mr. J. N. Sutherland.
For the present Mr. J. P. Carey, of j
Tickens, will assume control of the edi?
torial department of the Easley Messenger,
and Mr, W. M. Hagood, of Easley, will
manage the business portion of it.
Dr. J. O. Wilbite has purchased the
vacant lot, on- Main street, between the
residences of Messrs. W. S. Brown and
J. T. Baker, and will at no distant day
erect a handsome dwelling thereon.
It is said bat little cotton remains in
the hands of the farmers. Here and
there, where a farmer has no pressing
need for money, a .few bales have' been
bei 1 back; bat most of the orop bas.been
marketed.
Mess -a. G. E. Prince and J. R. Vundi
ver have formed a partnership for the
purpose of practicing the profession of
law. Their office is up stairs, over the
Book Store, on Whitner Street. See ad
advertisement.
. The Carolina Teacher Is the name of a
new journal published in Colombia, with
Messrs. D. B. Johnson, B. R. Turnipseed
and I> B. Haynes as editors. It is pub?
lished in the interest of the teachers
throughout the State, and should be read
by all of them. The subscription price is
41.00 per year.
Col. J W. Shelor, of "Walhalla, spent
Wedneseay in the City on professional
business.
Married, on January 1,1885, by Rev. B.
Hays, at the residence of Mr. Reuben
Byrum, the bride's uncle, Mr. Dock Bolt,
of Anderson County, and Miss Rebecca
Keasier, of Pendleton.
A mountain wagon recently passed
through Franklin County, Qa., selling
cabbage at $1.50 perjhead and giving a
gallon of com whiskey as a cbromo. The
owner drove off before an arrest could be
made. C *?
-Married,- on November 20th, 1884, by
Rev. Mr. Crumpton, at the residence of
the bride's. father, at Johnson's Lake,
Marion County, Fla., Mr; J..E. Vandiver,
formerly of Anderson County, arid Miss
Lou J. Colding, of Johnson's Lake.
For several days during the past week
the weather has been extremely cold.
On Saturday night the rain, as it fell,
froze, and on Sunday morning the ground
was covered with a coat of ice, rendering
it dangerous to pedestrians to travel.
The sidewalks and street crossings in
portions of the city have been almost im?
passable for the past few days. The Street
Committee should see to it that the side?
walks in the business portion of the city'
especially are put in better condition
Mr. E. W. Long, Clerk of the County
Commissioners, requests us to state that
be will be in his office, over Mr. L.
Sharpe's store, on Tuesdays and Fridays
of each week, and also on Saledays, for the
transaction of any business pertaining to
the County.
How frequently is the honesty and in?
tegrity of a man disposed of by a smile or
shrug; how many good and generous ac?
tions have been sunk into oblivion by a
distrustful look, or stamped with the im?
putation of proceeding from bad motives
by a mysterious and seasonable whisper.
List of letters remaining in the Post
office for the week ending January 7:
Waddie T. Brown, Miss Amanda Herbert,
Miss.Battle Hiz, Mrs..Lizzie Johnson,
John Kay, B. F. Mitchell, Jas. R. Pugh
ey, Isaac Ssylors,' B. F. Shirley, Melian
Williams, Elick Wright, Willie Wright.
The new Board of County Commission?
ers met and organized last Thursday by
making Col. J. Jamison Chairman. The
following officers -were elected: Clerk of
the Board, Mr. E. W. Long; ?Poor House
Steward, Mr. John C. T hit ten; Poor
House Physician, Drs. P. A. & J. 0. Wil
hite.
. Married, on December 30th, 1884, in the
Methodist Church, at Union, S- C, by
Rev. J. E. Carlisle, Mr. W. D. Bewley, of
Lanrens, S. C, and Miss Emma White
sides, of Union. The happy couple ar?
rived in this city last Friday and remain?
ed until Tuesday, visiting the groom's
mother. -
We understand that two of our enter?
prising citizens have expressed them?
selves as being willing to take $1,000 each
! in stock in a new hotel building. Some?
body should take the lead in this matter
and organize a stock company at once.
The necessary amount of money to build
a hotel could be easily raised.
Corner Township possesses two of the
happiest young married men in the
County. They, are near neighbors, and
were married about the same time. They
are now the fathers of two children each,
one a pair of girls and the other a pair of
boys, and there is only a difference of a
few hours in the ages of each one's chil?
dren.
"In the bright lexicon of youth there is
no such word as fail',"' especially in the
matter of trying to raise a mustache.
We have noticed that quite a number of
Anderson youths have for a long time
been- endeavoring to coax the down to
come out on their upper lipo. There is
no lack of perseverance on their part,
but there is a woful absence of hair, as
yet.'
Mr. T. Herbert Bolt died at the board?
ing house of Mrs. M. Harris, in this city,
last Friday morning, after an illness of
about one month with typhoid fever,
aged 23 years. He was a carpenter by
trade, and bad the confidence and esteem
of all who knew him. His remains were
interred in the Presbyterian cemetery on
Friday afternoon, Dr. Frierson conduct?
ing the funerr.l services.
-A commodious and handsome church
has just been completed atPelzer. It will
be used by all denominations, and was
built by Mr. Pelzor, of Charleston, for the
use of the employees of the Pelzer Man?
ufacturing Company, which corporation
is named in honor of Mr. Pelzer. It has
a seating capacity of about 600, and cost
$5000. It will be a lasting monument to;
the generosity of Mr. Pelzer.
The following officers have been elected
to serve Anderson Lodge, No. 290,
Knights of Honor, the ensuing year: J.
L. Farmer, Dictator; G. E. Prince, Vice
Dictator; A. S. Stephens, Asst. Dictator;
J. H. von Hasseln, Reporter; L. tP.
Smith, Financial Reporter; J. B. Lewis,
Treasurer; J. H. Townsend. Chaplain;
W. A. Fant, Guardian; J. J. Dodd,
Guide; R. L- Keys, Sentinel; S. M. Orr,
Medical Examiner; W. J. Ligon, W. F.
Barr, W. H. Nardin, Trustees; D. S.
Maxwell, Past Dictator.
A very pleasant entertainment, consist?
ing of vocal and instrumental music and
recitations, was held at the hospitable
home of Mr. E. W. Brown, in this city,
last Friday evening for the benefit of the
Thornwell Orphanage. The m tisic for the
occasion was fi*?^shed by Mrs. Richie,
Miss Annie Bleckley, Miss Virginia
Evans, Mr. J. H. von Hasseln and Mr. J.
W. Trowbridge. The mere mentioning
of these names is a sufficient guarantee
that the selections rendered were highly
entertaining. Miss Addie Selby, of Co?
lumbia, who was visiting Mr. Brown's
family, recited two interesting pieces, and
acquitted herself admirably. Indeed, the
selections were recited in a manner that
would have done credit to an Elocutionist
of many years' experience. About $10
was realized for the Orphanage.
? The Market.
Up to Wednesday noon the following are
the cash prices for the articles enumerated
below:
Cotton?good middling. 10} @ 103
Bacon?Sides.63 @
Hams.163 @
Lard?best refined. 9@12
Flour.-..$4@5.50
Fancy Patent. 7?
Bagging.,.101@111
Ties-best spliced.1.40? 150
Whole.1.65@1.75
For sale cheap for cash, or on time with
Sood security, five head horses and two
ead mules. Apply to Bleckley, Brown
<fc Fretwell. 261
Car Loads of Corn, Flour, Molasses, Ba?
con, Salt, Mackerel, Sugar, Coffee, To?
bacco and everything you may need just
received, at bottom prices, at C. F. Jones
& Co.
MULES f MULES! MULES! John
E. Peoples has just received a car load of
good, smooth young mules. Parlies
wishing to buy for cash, or on time for
good paper, can be supplied by him.
all early. 26-4
For good Flour, cheap?every barrel
guaranteed sound or money refunded?
go to C. F. Jones & Co.
For the best N. 0. Molasses, cheap for
cash, go to C. F. Jones & Co.
For good Tobacco, in boxes or caddies,
at hard time prices, go to C. F. .Tone*
& Co.
We have our store frill to its utmost ca?
pacity of new goods of every description,
which we bought in large lots for cash,
and our friends and customers shall have
every advantage, both in prices and qual?
ity of goods. Thanking you all for your
liberal patronage in the past, and:wishing
you a prosperous New Year.
Respectfully, C, F. Jones,
R. C. Webb.
J. A. Daniels has on band a good
second-hand Piano which he will sell
cheap. 21?3
Mr. Charles Eden, of Trinidad, Colorado,
says: Seeing certificates, of the wonderful
cures made by Brewer's Lung Restorer, I
was induced to try it on my little son, who
was troubled with lung or throat affection,
pronounced by one physician consumption.
It acted wonderfully on him. and by the.
time be had taken one bottle of it the
cough disappeared. I am now on a visit to
my parents in Georgia, but will return in a
few days to ray home and will take some
of the Lung Restorer with me. 36
If you want afirst-class Sewing Ma?
chine, Buggy or Carriage, do not fail to
look through the immense stock kept by
C. A. Reed, Agent, in bis Repository
over the City Grocery Store. He will
save you money every time.
Having procured the services of Col. B.
F. Brown, a competent workman, who
has a practical experience of 30 years in
repairing Fine Watches, I am now able
to Keep up with my work. Any old Fine
Watch that has been laid up, will be
thoroughly overhauled and made as good
as new by leaving it with J. A. Daniel.
21-3
Persons indebted to me for Groceries,
Sewing Machines, Buggies, Fertilizers,
Ac, are earnestly requested to call
promptly and settle up, and thus save me
the trouble and expense of sending my
collector to see yon. I muiit have the
money. Respectfully,
C. A. Rees, Agent.
Some say "Consumption can't be
cured." Ayer's Cherry Puctoral, as
proved by forty years' experience, will
cure this disease when not already ad?
vanced beyond the reach of medical aid.
Even then its use affords very great re?
lief, and insures refreshing sleep.
No sufferer from any scrofulous dis?
ease, who will fairly try Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla,* need despair of a cure. It will
purge the blood of all impurities, thereby
destroying the germs from which scrofula
is developed, and will infuse new life and
vigor throughout the whole physical or?
ganization.
The Atlanta Constitution.
In along article relating to the B. B.
B., of that city, says:
The Blood Balm Company started one
{rear ago with $162.00, but to-day the bus
ness cannot be bought for $50,000.00!
' The demand and the satisfaction given
is said to be without a parallel, as its ac?
tion is pronounced wonderful.
We are glad to announce that, our drug?
gists have already secured a supply, and
we hope our readers will supply them?
selves at once.
It is said to be the only speedy and per?
manent blood poison remedy offered,
giving entire satisfaction in ail cases be?
fore one bottle has been used. For Blood
Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Scrofula, Ca?
tarrh, old Ulcers and Skin Diseases, try
one bottle of B. B. B.
A Druggist for 25 Years.
Atjbubn, Ala., Sept. 8, 1884.?I am an
old pharmacist, and have had to do large?
ly with blood diseases for over twenty
five yea's. I have dealt in all kinds of
blood purifieis. and do not hesitate to say
that Swift's Specific is the best and has
given more general satisfaction than any
other I have ever handled. Last year a
young student came to my store emacia?
ted and covered with sores. I recom?
mended S. 8. S. He "took only three
bottles, and the sores disappeared, his
throat healed up and his skin cleared off.
His flesh was smooth and fresh as that of
a child, and he has gained ten pounds. I
scarcely knew, him when he returned
after an absence of several weeks. He
claimed to be renewed in flesh and spirit.
A number of other cases less malignant
have come under my observation, and
all with the best results. Swift's Specific
is an excellent tonic, and as an, antidote
for malaria has no superior. Many ladies
are using it as a tonic for general debility,
and find it the most satisfactory one ever
used. I have been dealing in Swift's
Specific for five 3rears or more, and am
satisfied that I do not place too high an
estimate upon its merits.
G. W. Dixon.
Prescribed by Physicians.
I have prescribed Swift's. Specific in
many eases of Blood Poison and as a gen?
eral tonic, and it baa made cures after all
other remedies had failed.
R. M. Strickland, M. D,
Cave Spring, Ga.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
WE would announce to the Public that
since Christmas is over, and we are not
bothered any tn?re with Christmas tricks,
we will now turn our attention to keeping
?lp our Stocks of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
FANCY GOODS, <fcc, and keeping down
the prices on same.
We will also have a little attention for
those who have failed to pay up aa they
promised, and will pay particular attention
to the wants of those who have kindly
given us their support in the past; or are
willing to trust us with their patronage in
the futurp.
HILL BROS.
Jan 1, 1885
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having claims against
the Estate of Jerome Clark, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the undersigned within
the time prescribed by law.
J. L. TRIBBLE, Adm'r.
Dec 18, 1884 23_ 3
FIRE!
DELAYS'ARE DANGEROUS.
ASINGLE SPARK may destroy your
Dwelling in one hour. I can give
you ample security against loss by Fire, as
the combined Assets of the Companies I
represent amount to $11,(102,418. Call on
me and Insure your Dwellings, Furniture,
Barns and Merchandise. It will be too latt
when the fire starts.
A. B. TOWERS,
Insurance Agent.
Anderson, S. C, March 27,1884 37
NOTICE.
ALL persons are hereby forewarned not
to trade for. or in any other way,
take up a Note signed bv Win. Watkins
to J. J. Eaton for $630, dated about the
22nd day of November, lfc8t, as the said
Note was obtained by fraud and deceit.
WM, WATKINS.
Dec 18,1884 28 8*
M. B. ARNSTEIN.
? -o
I WHO WANTS BARGAINS?
? --o
I GOOD CallicoeB 6c.
I Splendid Yard Wide Bleacbinga 8c.
? Heavy Jeana for a Quarter.
: 10-4 Sheeting for 25c.
? Pretty Check Nainsook for 10c. . .
I Fine Torchon Laces at ?c.
Worsted Dress Goods only 12} and 15c.
Heavy 10-4 White Blankets only $2.00.
I Large Comfortables for 85c.
? Red Flannels at 20c.
I Women's Shoes at 75c.
I Mens' Good Brogans at; $1.10.
: Good Suits of Clothing at $5.00.
? Splendid Overcoats at $4.00.
: Extra Good Heavy Boots for $2.00.
In fact, we want to sell off our present Stock
? to make room for Spring Goods, and if yon want to
I get your money's worth,
I GO TO
M B. ARNSTEIN.
T. R. TRIMMER & CO.,
Successors to G. A. Reed, Agent,
O-ROCERS.
At the old Stand of Means, Gannon & Co.,
ANDERSON, - - S. C.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
OF ALL KINDS AND DESCRIPTIONS which they will sell to customers at the
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
They invite an examination of their Stock before purchasing elsewhere, promising
civility and politeness in exhibiting their Goods, promptness in delivery, and guarantee?
ing quality and prices.
$Sr REMEMBER, that all Goods bought of us will be delivered FREE OF
CHARGE in any portion of the City.
Jan 1, 1S85 ?_25 _ly
IDOHSTT
Deny Your Wife and Children of one of the Greatest,
most Elevating and Refining of all the Sciences,
MUSIC.
?gCONOMY SAYS GET THE BE8T OF EVERYTHING!
OMckering Pianos and Mason & Hamlin Organs
Are the RECOGNIZED LEADERS OF THE WORLD for Musical Instrumenta.
They cost a little more than cheaper Instruments, simply because more care and
better mat;rial is used in their manufacture.
Only one to buy in a life-time. GET THE BEST.
Jan 1, 18S5 25
JT. A. D AIVIEH.S,
AGENT FOR LTJDDEN & BATES.
W. .A.. CHAPMAN"
IS NOW OFFERING
GOODS AT AND BELOW COST!
So as to close out his entire stock of Winter Goods
before 1st February, 1885.
JUST THINK OF IT !
CLOAKS from $3.00 to $10.00.
SHAWLS from 35c to $5.00.
BLANKETS from $1.00 per pair up to $8.00.
SHEETINGS at 5c per yard.
BED TICKINGS from 8c per yard to 25o.
JEAN8 cheaper than ever.
DRESS GOODS from 10c per yard up.
DRESS FL ANNELS from 20c per yard up to $1.15. Best PRINTS Gc per yard.
-SHOES from 50o per pair up to $6 50
BOOTSJfrom $1.00 per pair up to $4.00.
' And as I have only a few Trunks, Valises and Hats on hand I am determined to
close them out regardless of cost.
Before buying I ask everybody to examine ray stock.
W. A. CHAPMAN.
Dec 25,18)54 23 ly
TO GASH BUYERS, and for the CASH ONLY.
I am in position to offer Inducements to Cash Buyers of
FLOUR, GRAIN, MOLASSES,
SUGAR, COFFEE,
And PROVISIONS GENERALLY,
Either in Small ox* Large JLots.
All grades of Flour. New Orleans Molasses, imported Muscavado Molasses, (finely
flavored,) Pure Sugar Syrups.
Large Stocks and Prices Exceedingly Low,
?&- Be certain to see me before making your purchases.
jZ?- Call at the Double-barrelled Store, Nob. 2 and 3 Benson House,
which are now heavily charged with all kinds of Seasonable and Desirable Goods, and
with the powerful explosive of LOW PRICES, I propose, with your assistance, to shoot
them off. Respectfully, <fcc,
J. J. BAKER.
Dec 18. 1884 22 3m
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE.
Closing Out S?le
AT NEW YORK COST!!
HAVING determined to close out our business, we will from this time on sell our
entire Stock of Goods at NEW YORK COST.
OVERCOATS, from $3.00 to $10. SUITS, from $5.50 to $22.00.
HATS, from 75c to $3.00. SHIRTS, from 60c to $1.00.
A fine lot of DOESKIN JEANS at 35c per yard.
Z?r Don't fail to take advantage of this great offer.
WE MEAN WHAT WE ?AY,
And will sell everything AT COST.
Come and see us. We are located on Whitner Street, just opposite the Auditor's
Office.
SMITH & CO.
Dec 18, 1884 23
GOOD TIMES ARE COMING!
-o
Let Every One be Happy. Come in and See Us, and be Sup?
plied with Articles to Beautify Your Home.
-o
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR STOCK FOB THE SEASON, and have the
handsomest display of Goods in our line in the up-country. Our Stock of?
CROCKERY AND CHINA
Is unsurpassed. Come in and see our Beautiful Chamber Sets, Tea and Dinner Sets,
Toilet Sets, Vaa<ss, &c. We have a Superb Line of?
SILVER WARE,
The handsomest ever brought to this market. Be sure to come in and see the handsome
articles too numerous^0 mention.
Toys ! Toys! Toy*":
Bring in the Little Folks. We've got Wagons and Horses, and many other things to
please them, and the largest stock of Stoves, Tinware, ?Jtc, we ever had,
JOHN E. PEOPLES & CO.
Nov 27, 1884 20
CARD
IN thanking our many friends, and the public generally, for the liberal patronage given us last Fall, we wish
to say a few words in reference to our policy during the coming Spring.
We have established what we call "THE ONE PRICE CASH SYSTEM." We buy our Goods in large
quantities, and by paying cash for them get the advantage of all discounts, aud are therefore enabled to sell at the
very lowest possible figures. In order to do this we are obliged to sell STRICTLY FOR CASH.
We know that men who are perfectly good for their contracts sometimes get out of money, aud while we
appreciate their kindness in offering to trade with us, and would be glad to accommodate l.hem in any other way, yet
in order to carry out our system, and keep our Stock full in every Department, we will be forced to decline to sell
even them on time. None" can fail to see that this plan will work to the mutual advantage both of ourselves and our
friends; for, as we take no risks, we can, as a matter of course, afford to sell cheaper than we could otherwise.
We would also remind the good people of this City and County that anything a gentleman needs in the way
of Wearing Apparel can always be found at our Establishment; and as the Spring approachee, and men usually
like to look their best in that Season, we shall pay special and particular attention to latest styles.
Very truly,
MEANS & M?CEE,
Clothiers and Dealers in Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Jan 8,1885_
" WHITE CRYSTAL99
SPECTACLES,
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
JOHN M. HUBB?RDS
JEWELRY STORE.
Oct 23, 1884 . 5 Om
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.
W
E desire to call the attention of the Trading Public to our?
LARGE STOCK OF HEAVY GEOCEBIES,
Just arrived, a full line of Flour of all grades and prices, a Car of N. 0.
and Sugar-house Molasses, Sugar, Coffee, Bacon, Lard, Salt, and every article of Sup?
plies that the Farmer needs. These Goods have been all laid in at the lowest figures,
and we propose to give our customers the benefit of all declines.
An examination of our Goods and comparison of Prices is all we ask, and we guar?
antee to give you a bargain. All GROCERIES guaranteed pure. No mixed
New Orleans Molasses.
To those who owe ns for Goods bought the past year, we would remind
them that we expect an early settlement. After the 1st January, 1885, we propose to
push all past due Accounts. Come and arrange these old Accounts and get n clear re?
ceipt. We are compelled to have our money. Your Account may be small of itself,
but in the aggregate it amounts up to us, and we trust that all of our customer! will not
overlook this.
W. S. LIGON & CO.
Dec 18,1884 23
THE POPULAR PLAN
IS TO FIX A CASH PRICE
Oil all Articles of Merchandise,
FOR the Solid Cash will always command
? . Solid Bargains when right placed. Profits, though
short, yet the continued turning of the wheels of
business on Cash axles will roll up a percentage
that will far exceed sales made on long time, which
is better for the consnmer and better for
J. P. SULLIVAN * CO.
WE have replenished our Stock in every department 'with NEW GOODS.
A larger Stock of Boots and Shoes than ever.
Old Mens', Young Mens', Boys' and Youths' Hats, all new and latest styles.
We invite our customers and the public to trade with us, always trying to
give honest goods at honest prices for honest money.
J. P. SULLIVAN & CO., Anderson, ?. C.
Sept 18. 1884_10_
Take it for Granted that you can Buy Goods at any other
place as Cheap as you can at
THE LADIES' BAZAR
UNTIL you examine their large and well-selected 8tock of Dry Goods, Notions, Ho?
siery, Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Knitting Silk and Cotton, Zcpry
Corsets, Cloaks, Dolmans, Circulars, Jackets, Flannels, Blankets, Comforts, Quilts,
Shawls, Damask Towels, Sheeting, Ticking, Long Cloths, Children's Hoods and Sacks.
My Stock of?
Dress Goods, Millinery, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
Is just simply immense in every sense of the word but prices, for you can buy the same
Goods for LESS MONEY than anywhere else in the City.
I am now receiving every day all the Latest Styles in Ladies', Children and Misses
HATS, that you ought to look at before purchasing elsewhere.
Thanking you for past patronage ana hoping you will continue the same,
I remain yours,
JOHU M, McCOMELL
Oct 2, 1882 _ 12_
Take Notice and Govern Yourselves Accordingly.
N.O. FARMER & BRO.
Have Just Received a Large and well assorted Stock of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
TRUNKS AND VALISES,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
SUGAR AND COFFEE,
BACON, LARD. FLOUR, MOLASSES,
And in fact EVERYTHING generally kept in a first-class General Store, all of which we
propose to sell at the very lowest cash prices. It will pay any one to call and examine
our Goods and prices before they buy.
^a. Those indebted to us will greatly oblige us by an early settlement of their Ac?
counts and Notes, either for Merchandise or Fertilizers, as we must havo our money.
TV. O. FARMER & BRO.
Oct 2,1884 12 '
SA-lsTTA. GLAUS
HAS INFORMED US THAT
CHRISTMAS
Will come in THIS YEAR on the 25th, and as soon as we
received that message,
A. P. JOHNSTONE
*^7*ENT right to work nt once and laid in a very largo Stock of?
Wagons, of every description,
Wheelbarrows, Doll Carriages, Hobby and Shoofly Horses,
Dolls, Gift Cups and Saucers, Vases, &c.
2,000 pounds Plain Candy, Fancy Candies, Nuts, Raisins,
Figs, Dates, Apples, Oranges, Bananas,
Sugar, Cheese, Fruit Batter, Canned Goods, of all kinds,
30 Boxes of W. G. Wilson's Fine Cakes and Crackers,
Tobacco and Cigars,
All of which are now in Stock?first door below the Post Office?and are
being sold very low down for the cash. To avoid the rush come at once, and let us
pack them away for you.
A.. I*. JOHNSTONE.
Dec 18,1884 '_23_
TO RENT,
A Valuable Farm,
TWO and one-half miles from the City.
Contains 175 acres?about half open
for cultivation. For terms call on
S. M. ORR.
Not 20,1884 _ 10_
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT.
The uudcrsigned, Executors of
the Estate of Rev. A. Rice, deceased,
hereby gives notice that tbey will, on the
27th day of January, 1885, apply to the
Judge of Probate for Anderson County for
a Final Settlement of said Estate, and a
discharge from said Exccutoisbip.
A. E. RICE, ) Vr,n
T. L. CLINKSCALES, j ax ra
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having demands against
'the Estate of Mrs. Eleanor Walker, de?
ceased, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the undersigned within
the time prescribed by law. and those in?
debted to make payment at once.
J. PERRY GLENN,
Agent for John J. Taylor, Executor,
DON'T DO IT!
' -o
DON'T BUY A
PIANO OR OEGAN
Before consulting L. E. Norryce.
JJE handles for Anderson County the
STEINWAY,
DECKER,
WHEELOCK
AND OTHER PIANOS,
And the renowned
ESTEY ORGAN.
Installments of $10 per month will buy
a Piano, and Installments of $5 per month
will buy an Organ.
If you want an Instrument write him,
whether you have the money or not, and
he will come and see you. Address
L. E. NORRYCE,
Anderson, 8. C.
August 21,1884 6 6m
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
IWISH tb rough the columns of the In -
telt.ioencer to call the attention of
my friends and the public generally to my
Stock of Seasonable Goods. I will name a
few leading articles:
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Ladies' Cloaks,
Ladies' Undervests,
Water Proof Goods,
Coralir.e Corsets.
Chariottesville Cassimore,
Holstein Mills, Kersey, Jeans,
All Wcol Men's Undershirts
And Diawers.
The Final Blankets in the City.
Hosier}', Yankee Notions, Trunks,
Headquarters for Shoes and Boots.
A full line of Bay State Shoes and Boots.
I have been soiling Boots and Shoes over
forty years, and they are the best I ever
handled.
WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES.
A large asscrtment of Wall Paper. Some
beautiful patterns. In Window Shades I
cannot be excelled.
GROCERIES.
Fine Coffee?green and roasted,
Sugar, N. O. Molasses,
Buck wheat Flour, Cheese, Crackern,
Best Flour, Oat Meal, Wheat Bran,
Headquarters for Fine Teas,
Maccaroni.,
And many other articles in Fancy Groce?
ries, Canned G oods, Hardware, Hata, Bug?
gy Materials, Crockery, Glassware and
Woodenware. ?
I ask an inspection of my stock and
prices. Particular attention called to
Shoes, Boots, Blankets, Jeans, Cassimers
and Dress Goo3s.
Give me a call at No. 4 Granite Bow,
Anderson, S. G. A. B. TOWERS.
Nov 20, 1884 19
THE END HAS COME!
RADICAL rule is over at last, and
the end of ht.rd times is near if every
one will come up and do his duty square*
ly by paying those who have helped
them.
Those indebted to me for Guano or
Supplies MUStT come forward and pay
up, as I am determined not to carry over
any Accounts ;!rom this year. So come
along and pay up at once.
I have on hand a stock of General
Merchandise, which I will sell at the
lowest living prices for cash. Call and
secure bargains.
J. PINK. REED,
No. 7 Granite Row.
Parties indebted to REED & MOOR
HEAD will take notice that after a
short time their Notes and Accounts
will be placed in the bands of an Attor?
ney for collection.
If you want to arrange with us, call
on either J. Pinlc Reed or R. L. Moor
head at the old stand.
R. L. MOORHEAD,]
?T. PINK REED.
Nov 13,1884 18 _
TO THE PUBLIC.
I have sold my stock of Groceries and
good will to Mesiirs. T. R. Trimmier &
Co., who have opened out in the Store
Room formerly occupied by Means, Can*
non & Co. I thaak my friends and cus?
tomers for the liberal patronage in the
past, and ask them to continue the same
to my successors.
I am still at my old stand, where I
propose to give my whole attention (o
my Machine anc Buggy business. I
propose to extend this branch cf my bus*
iness, and will soil Machines, Buggies
and Harness cheaper than ever before.
Give me a call.
Persona indebted to me for Groceries
must square up at once.
C. A. REED, Agent.
Dec 18,1884 28
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