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Come and See Them.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
ANDERSON, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1S9S.
THE COTTON MARKET.
Corrected by Brown, Osborne & Co.
Strict good Middling Cotton .">;.
Good Middling Cotton 5?.
Strict Middling Cotton Ss.
Middling Cotton 5J.
Stained Cotton 4 i to -5.
Tbe game law goes into effect on th? lat
So far old March ba9 been very mild in
Easter Sunday comes on the 10:h of
April this year.
T. J. Mauldin, Esq , attended Court in
Pickens last week.
The contractors are now putting the
roof on the new Court House.
C. C. Featberston, Esq., of Laurens, ia
in tbe city visiting his parents.
Mr. S. C. Humphreys, of Donaldsville..
visited relatives in this city last week.
The small grain crops are reported look
ing line in every section of tbe County.
If you expect to buy apiano or organ,
read M. L. Willis' new advertisement.
Eight years ago to-day this section of
the country was visited by a severe freeze.
Attention is directed to the new adver
tisement of Moore <fc Lucas, of the Racket;
If you are interested in watermelons,
read the new advertisement of Hill Orr
The dealers in mules and horsts are not
doing as large business as usual this
Tbe INTELLIGENCER has enrolled nearly
one hundred new subscribers since tbe 1st
The ladies will be especially interested in
the new advertisement of J. H. "Weil A j
Co. this week.
The man who gets up in this world by .
putting another man down loses more
than be gains.
The Knights of Pythias will meet next
Friday everjing. All tbe members are j
urged to attend.
Miss Rebf oca Jeffords, of Orangeburg, is |
in the city visiting the family of Rev. W. j
Hon. J. M. Sullivan is improving the :
appearance of his dwelling house by hav
ing it repainted.
Both the oil mills in this city have clos
ed down for this season. The supply of
seed H exhausted.
Osborne &Clinkscales have just received
a car load of Stove?, and they will tell you I
ab mt them next. week.
Miss Mary .Erwin, of Honea Path, is j
visiting ber friend, Mrs. Rebecca Parker, \
on West Market street.
Mr. J. A. Sullivan, the genial city editor j
of the Greenville Sacs, spent Sunday in j
the city with his parents
L. L. Vaughn, agent for E. J O'Conner,
advertises a big stock of whiskies, wines
and beer. See advertisement.
If your chickens have cholera, the Hill
Orr Drug Co have a remedy that will
eire it. See their advertisement.
It is getting time for our local bnse
ballists to exhibernate. The weather is
getting warm enough now for fun.
The Hoard of Health should see that the
city is put in good sanitary condition
before the approach of bot weather.
Our little friend, Master Clarence Sulli- 1
van. entertained H number of bis friends
la?t Saturday afternoon with a party.
Mr. Wm. Agnew, an aged and respected
citizen nf Dinalds, died on Sunday, (Uh
inst. He was the la?t of a large family.
The I'nited States District Court, which
was to have convened in (ireenville yes- |
terday, bas been postponed until April otb.
Don't neglect your garden. Seed are
cheap, and no great amount of labor is re
quired to plant them and work the vege
In their new advertisement this week C.
F. Jones & Co. make an important an
nouncement in reference to Spring goods.
Attention is directed to the advertise
ment nf the V.mk ot Anderson. This
Dank, by agreement, will pay interest on
H. H Watkins, E-q., J. E. Jirtazoalo,
Esq., ard Supervisor Snelgrove sper.ta
day or two in Greenville last week < n
lu thnr new advertisement ibis -week'R
0. Evans A Co call attention to ilifir leg
stock of men's bats ?nd neckwear. Kead
. The plum frees aro in bloom. They aro
always the li rsl to appear; it is now the j
genera! opinion that we will have plenty
of fruit this year. So mote it be.
Mr. .1. C. C. Featborston has rented his
dwelling bouse, on Smith McDuflle stiect,
to Mr. J. II. Weil, and will in a few w.rks
move his family .to Williamstou.
Mrs. Will Drissey, accompanied by
Miss R >sa Hamlin, have returned from
(Jreenvilie, where the}'have been for tev
eral days visiting friends and rolatives.
The new advertisement of Brown, Os
borne A Co deserves your attention this
week. Their buyers ! ave returned from
the markets and their new goods are arriv
ing every day.
McCully l>ros. have ;i new advertise
ment in another column, in which special
attention i- direc?ed t > the Sm cess Wi p.-ler
and Cultivator. The farmers should nad
what i-; s dd about ?
Nexl Sunday night in Moth ?dist
Church Kev. W. I,'. Itichardsou will
preach on the subject, "Thc Hilde io the
Commercial and l.!usiuc>s World." Wc
advise you ;.? :..<> and bear it.
An effort is !>? ing n?:.dc tu raise by ?ri
vate subscription a -uto ol money sulli
Clent td buy a new and larger bell lortlie
<'.Mi:t House tower, li ia proposed ti
buy ? bell weigbii g I Odd or ii,n?n pounds
which c add be herd fm miles around tb?
city. Tho old weighs about '..our ?no
pounds and is nearly worn ont. Every
body should t tUo pleamro in contributing
to this lund
The Sullivan Hardware < 'a. have ar
vertisement ol the Crescent Bicycle ir
other column, which you should
carefully. Thia wheel is one of the
and they are selling lots of them.
On account of the State Prohib?
Convention in Columbia on April
the Southern Railway has granted ap>
rates. Round trip tickets will be 6oh
April loth and 14th with final limit A
Io is well to remember that horses
I mules have a dieposition to run away
? time of the year, especially when the v
is blowing. Don't leave your team ati
? ing on the street without being hitche
1 The Cotton Growers' Protective Assr
tion will meet in this city to-morrow t
o'clock a. m. All who feel intereste
the Association are urged to attend,
warehouse subject will come before
The fire bell has been transferred t<
new quarters in the City Hall tower,
at O' o'clock sharp to-morrow (Thurso
evening it will bo tested. So, if you 1
the fire alarm at that hour, pay no atl
! tion to it.
j Tho City Hall is nearing complet
j It has been suggested that the city fatl
have a big reception as soon as they m
into it and "set up" a big feast to the lai
and gentlemen of the city. What, say y
One of the bztt farmers we know r
diets that extraordinary crops will
made this year if seasons are fair,
bases his belief on the fact that lands h
been broken up while dry and are in
b?.?t possiblo condition.
A young alligator is now on exhibit
in one of the show windows of the Ev
Pharmacy. It was captured on Co
Creek, on Mr. G. P. McConnell's ph
about three miles northeast of the cit,]
few days ago by a negro.
The call for a meeting of the old soldi
next Sitnrday at Cooks, for the purpose
organizing a Camp of United Confeder
Veterans, is for 10 o'clock a. m. instead
2 p. m. as first announepd. The call is
all within reach of Cooks.
Mrs. Eliza A Robinson riipd at the hoi
other son, T C. Robinson, Esq-, in Pic
ens, on Sunday, Gth inst., aged 8G yea
Mrs Robinson was formerly a resident
Anclersou and bas many friends here w
will regret to hear of her death.
I wish to confer with the Womar
literary, social or patriotic clubs of Andi
son County on a matter of important
Will all such societies notify me of th<
existence. Address Pres. Robert E. L
Chapter D C , Anderson, S. C.
Mr. James E Stevick. representing O
borne & Clinkscales, dea'ers in hardwar
stoves and building supplies, Andorso
called or: the Judex this week- Hear
his firm have an extensive business in tl
up country.-Greenwood index.
The doctors are still undecided as to tl
nature of the disease which has been a
epidemic in some sections of the Stat
Some of them are of the opinion that it
reailv small pox while others declare th:
it is a sevefe form of chicken pox.
Capt. H. M Prince, of Williamston, wt
in the city a few days ago and pave U3 a
appreciated call. He now has a big rai!
road contract in Rowan County, N. C
and as soon as he finishes it he will go t
Virginia, where he has another contract.
Mrs. McWhorter died at her home i
tho Retreat section, Oconee County, o
Sunday, lilli ir st, aged 90 years. She we
the widow*hf the late Rov. Wm. McWboi
ter, a well-known Presbyterian preache
of hi-~. day. and was a most excellent Chris
We are indebted to I>r. J. F. Wilsor
formerly of this County, but now of lr
dianapolis, Ind., for a copy of the anni
versary edition of the Indianapolis Sent)
nef. It contains fifty-two pages, is pro
fusely illustrated and is full of interestini
In another column you will find an ad
vertisement of the bicycle emporium o
W. D. Simpson & Co. and we ask you ti
read it. These eentlemen handle bicycle
exclusively and it is a treat to visit thei
euabli^bment. If you contemp-ate buyinj
a wheel give them a call.
A number of our citizens went down t<
Due AVest last Friday to hear Hon. W. J
Bryan, the silver tongued orator of Neva
da, and nil of them were more (hun repah
for their ti ip- The crowd in attcndauci
wi's not as large as was expect'd, thougl
enthusiasm was not wanting.
Gen. John 13 (.Jordon is to lecture ir
Greenville nn the 25th inst., on "'The IT i rsi
Days of the Confederacy." The Ladies
Memorial Association should get him tc
conic to Anderson and deliver his lecture
fur the benefit ci" the monument fund, ile
would be greeted by a large audience.
M r. H. C. lieattie, Receiver of the Blue
Itidge Railroad, is in tho cit}', and gave us
a pleasant call this morning. Tho pub
lier i- indebted t<> Mr. Beattie tor that new
train on the Ii. lt. I!, lt. lt is a great con
venience, and we hope it wilt be suffi
ciently patronized to keep it nn perma
1-*?ir the meeting of the Southern Baptist
Convention, Norfolk, Va.. May ii T.! the
Southern Railway has made a rate (d' one
fare for the round trip from all points.
Tickets dated May - to ii inclusive, good
fifteen days returning Thia road offers
the choice of two routes for tho same pri?e
via Richmond or via Raleigh.
W. Il Carpenter, of this County, re
turned home ?asl week from the West
l'oint Military Academy, where ho went
to stand tho retaliation examination pre
paratory to i-n'.eriug that institution tie
was recently awarded the appointment
from the Third Congressional District
and will puter the Academy in Juno.
? ? tnt. J. A. Sanders, section foreman on
th?; BIUH Itidgt" li. IS . between'Seneca'and
i 'berry'-, was in Walhalla hist Friday,
having come up on buMuoss. He le.s
been in the service of this railroad fur tho
pas! twenty-eight ycies. and has never
worked below I'endieton Factory, except
on special work Mr Sanders h;:s by
i:l t.?e-economy managed tu pul something
hy for a "rainy day.'' and owns a nice lit
tle tann on Seneca River, which he lin
proving and building up. Xotwithstand
?11? the fact that he 1MS been steadily em
ployed for s i long a time, and exposed tn
all kinds of wea th Or, he is dalo .-nd hearty, '
arni a jolly goori follow lo inept with, BJ
it ia needless to add, stands high in t
estimation of the railroad official?.-0<
Mr. C. M. Guest, an Anderson archite
contractor and builder, has been in tov
for a few days. He is looking out foi
store in the building boom Greenwood
now enjoying. Mr. Gue9t is an expel
enced man in his business and knowe
good town when he sees it; therefore!
is enthused over Greenwood.-Grcenwo<
We are indebted to the publishers foi
copy of the Washington (D. C.) Post 1
manac and Encyclopedia for 1898 It
one of the most complete hand books a
pearing, and contains valuable inform
tion of the world collated in the most co
renient form for ready reference. It
worthy a place in any library, and
worth more than the price. 2~> C9nts a cop
Mr. D. -f. Carter, formerly with t
Southern Newspaper Union, Charlot:
N. C., has accepted the position of adve
Using and circulation manager of t
.Southern Presbyterian, and will travel
the intere?t of that excellent religio
journal. Mr. Carter has bad long expe;
ence in journalism, and tho Southe,
Presbyterian has done more than well
secure his services.
One of our young farmers was courtir
his best girl recently, wben the subject
farming came up and was discussed; t
young man proceeded to tell bis girl ho
many horses, hogs and sheep be posses
ed, etc. As soon as the young lady cou
be heard, she asked if his mother rais
any poultry. ' Ob, yes :" said the your
granger, "abo planted two acres last yet
but the darned chickens scratched 'om up
Mr John Gilliam died at his homer
Factory Hill last Thursday, after a bri
illness with pneumonia. The decease
was a native of Italy, but came to tl
I 'nited States before the war. He servi
through the war, first joining a Virgin
Regiment and afterwards was transfern
to tbe Louisiana "Tigers," where he had
relative. His remains were buried c
Friday, a number of Confederate voterai
escorting his body to the grave A wido
and several children survive him.
Mrs. Flora Gambrell, the beloved wi
of Mr. W. A. Gambrell. died at her hort
near Honea Path on Wednesday nigh
2ad inst., after a brief illco3f, and wt
buried at Shady Grove on Thursday. St
was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Acker, of Toney Creek, and was marrit
to Mr. Gambroil several years ago. Sh
was a consistent member of Shady Grov
and proved by her daily walk that hi
trust was in Him who ruleth all things
Tho sorrowing husband bas the sympa
thies of his many friends in his sad a ill ic
We call p.ttentiou to the sacrifice salo ?j
thia is-ue announced by Mis-; Lizzie Wil
liaros, which commences on Monda:
next, March 21st. 1S98 Miss Lizzie i
well-known in this community for hon
esty, inlegrity and fair dealings. She i
compelled to sell her stock of goods for th
purpose of retiring from business on ac
count of bad health, all of which account:
for the rare bargains she is offering. Thi
sale is to continue for a short time only
hence we suggest to those peaking rare bar
gains to call early beforo the most desira
ble goods are sold.
The Headquarters correspondent of thi
Millersburg (Ky.) Farmer* Friend says
"The surveyors cf the Black Diamond R
R. biive parsed our little village, anc
while they did not follow a lino we had al
picked out, their's is a good ono and wil
be entirely satisfactory to the citizens hen
and community, as it pives a much bettei
place for the depot, being just a little
north of M. E Church and Jno. T. Tut
ley'a tobacco warehouse, and our little
town can soon be extended to that point.'
On the same subject the Bath Cjuuty
i Ky. i World says : "The Black Diamonc
corps of Civil Engineers and Surveyors
fifteen in number, passed through Carlisle:
last Saturday afternoon, and are now or
the way southward via Dramlelt, Sharps
burg and Mt. Sterling ; in fact, they have
reached l'.ramlett, four miles north of this
town. The tents are expected here to-dav
or to-morrow and will be pitched ou W.
S. Pant's farm near town, the surveyors tc
follow in a few days."
Beats the Klondike.
i M r. A C. Thomas, of Marysville, Tex.,
bas found a more valuable discovery than
bas yet been maue in the Klondike. For
years he : tillered untold agony from con
sumption, accompanied by hemorrhages;
and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's
New Discoverv for Consumption, Coughs
and (.'olds. Ile declares that gold is of
little value in comparison with this mar
velous curr; would have it, even ?fir cost
a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma,
Bronchitis and ali throat and lung affect
ions are positively (tired byDr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. Trial
bottles free at Hill-Orr Drug Co. Regular
siza i*0 cts. and si.no ??uarauteed to cure
or price refunded.
To'Cure a Cold rin One pay.
Take La xt> ti ve-Bro tu o i?uiuine Tablets.
All Druggists refund the money if ir fails
I io cure. "J.'s :. For salo hy Evana Phar
Fou SALK -TWO nico milch cows.
I J. J. Gilnier.
L03T>- LsBge bay horse, about Iii hands
high. Moth hind feet white. Fore top
cut out, about seven years old. Bruise on
his left hind leg Belongs to I Jan ton Mor
ris, Brushy Creek Township, on Wm.
Callabam's land. Any person finding this
horse and returning same to owner, will
"be WPII paid for his trouble.
, Benton Morris, Newell, P. <), S C.
Cut Flowers, Pot Plants'and Palms for
sale. Mus. J. F. Cr.iXKsCALEs,
* - " 242 Main St.
The Sullivan Hardware Co. are keeping
down the prices on barbed wire and steel
nails and are-carrying a tremendous* stock.
Now is your opportunity.
If you want rough or dressed lumber,
save ninney by writing S. V. Stribling,
Seneca, S. i '. :il-I
The itrectpu govern meut tested in tho
lieid all tho leading turning plows made
and tho great Oliver Chilled Flows ?von
against ttin work!. Vnd the < ? ; vcr Com -
pany secured an ?>rder foi ?.?:\ il: ?usnnd
: turning plows.
A t?ig ?or of nursery trees for sale-cheap;
See I* E. OliukscaJes
Tho Steel Beam Oliver Chilled Plows
are something new and beat thc world
Sullivan Hardware.Co. can provo it.
blacksmith outfits placed within the
reach of every farmer, little and ICL', by
sullivan 11 arel ware Co.
Iteiuember that Mr. J A Elliott is still
willi Brock Uros, so winn you wanta first
class job of plumbling done, call on him. j
Ile is the only experienced plumber in j
t be city.
Buy ihn C.dey Guano Distributor of j
Sullivan I lard \n-c i ' >.
Three: Hundred and Ninety Dozen Hats
Bought at a Sacrifice and to be
sold at a Sacrifice !
WE BOUGHT THE
Alliance ?tore Hats
And propose to sell them for less than
cost to manufacture.
NO FAKE, BUT SOLID FACTS.
All Shapes and Shades.
Nobby and Up-to-Date.
390 DOZEN HATS,
390 DOZEN HATS,
TO BE SLAUGHTERED BY
.AJSTDEIRSOlSr, S. C.
East Side Public Square.
THE OLD, RELIABLE
Furniture Store !
- OF -
Still in tile Lead ! *
They have the Largest Stock,
Best Quality, and
Certainly the Lowest Prices !
OTHERS try to get there, hut they miss it every time.
New, beautiful and select Stock of Furniture, ?fcc., arriving every day,
and at PRICES NEVER HEARD OF BEFORE.
Here you have the Largest Stock ; therefore, you can get ?ust what you
Here you have the Best Grade of Furniture ; therefore, you can get
Goods that will last.
Here you have thc very LOWEST PRICES : therefore, you save good
Come along, and we will do you as we have beeu doing for the la*
forty vears-sell you the very best Furniture for the very lowest prices.
' r>;ru The largest Stock in South Carolina and the Lowest Price in the
New Lot Baby Carriages Just Received.
G* F. TOLLY &> SON,
Depot Streets Anderson, 8. C.
Some people cry Hard Times,
But we cry , . .
BU V your Hardware from us and you may see botter days. We are
HEADQUARTERS for anything you need in the shape of Hardware.
We have just received another Car Load of Plows.
Sf> don't stand pat when you arc in the market for
Makes no dillerencc what your bid is we will go you oue better.
An honest talc speeds hes! being plainly told. There is n> necessity for
II- to say more
Our Prices Talk for Themselves