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Of last week has induced as to make
still another and Greater Cut than
ever on Ghe following.
At the beginning of the season we loaded heavily of
?021 and have not reduced them to our satisfaction, conse
ftiently we will give you another opportunity of buying
tlk0B1 at a much greater reduction. Quantity limited.
372 Ladies Undervests at 3c. Each. !
We have other good things in Ladies* and Gents' Underwear.
We have the following hot numbers in?
PARASOLS FOR HOT WEATHER.
? ladies' Pretty White Parasols at. 75c
3Lanier Pretty White Parasols at../.. $1 00
1 Indien' Pretty White Parasol at. 2 00
1 Kaocy Luce Parasol, formerly sold at $4.50, now. . 1 40
1 Fancy Taffeta Parasol, formerly sold at 84.50, now. 1 50
1 Fancy Linen Colored Taflet ta Parasol, formerly sold at 83.50 now. . 1 25
< Black and White Tafletta Parasols, formerly gold at 82.50, now_ 1 25
I Black ami White Taffetta and Lace Parasols, formerly sold at 84 50,
now. 1 50
! Btoek China Silk with Ruffles Par?sol, formerly sold at 83.50, now. 2 25
i Black Chiffon Parasols, formerly sold for 85.00, now. 2 00
I Black Chiffon Parasol, formerly sold at 85.00, now. 2 50
LADIES READY MADE SKIRTS. i
? LaaW Skirts, formerly sold at 83.50, now reduced to. 82 50
f liatW Skirts, formerly sold at 82.00, now reduced to. 1 50
? Ladies' Skirts, formjrly sold at (84.0O, now reduced to... :? 25
ilifloW Skirts, formerly sold at 82.00, now reduced to. 1 50
LADIES READY MADE WAISTS.
12 Ijadies' Shirt Waists, formerly sold at 35c, offered now at*. 20c
8 Ladies' Shirt Waists, formerly sold at 50c, offered now at. 38c
10 Ladies' Shirt Waists, formerly sold at 75c, now offered at.. 50c
8 Ladies' Shirt Waists, formerly sold at $1.00, now offered at. 75c
A limited quantity at about 33 per cent off. Bead :
!0 pairs Curtains, former price 65c, to be closed out at. 50c
6 pairs Curtains, former price $1.00, to be closed out at. 75c
17 pairs Curtains, former price $1.50, to be closed out at. 81 15
!2 pairs Curtains, former price 82.00, to be closed out at.?.. ?* . . i 1 50
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We have a variety of Crash Caps and Hats for ?oys, Girls and Men to
5TRA.W HATS FOR MEN TO GO AT COST.
Kot all sold ! Some good things left, and we will sell them to you cheap
!r tban you can buy the same class of Goods elsewhere.
We are determined not to carry them over, consequently have reduce d
k? about 33$ per cent Make your own comparison. :
We have a small lot, formerly sold at 50c, now at.. 40c
We have a big line, formerly sold at 75c, now. 50c
We have a big line, formerly sold at 81.00, now.. 75c
We have a big line, formerly sold at $1.25, now........... .$1 00 '
We have a big line, formerly sold at $1.50, now. 1 15
We Luve a big line, formerly,sold at $2.00, now....-... 1 50
We have a big line, formerly sold at 82.50, now.. 2 00
We have a big line, formerly sold at $3 00, now ....,,' *?*?.. 2 25
Bead the above carefully^
The comparisons are not fictitious but real.
We are selling all Summer Goods cheap, but those named
*e a few of our?
The very general response to our advertisement of last
ffeek bas convinced us that you have confidence in what we
lay- We would not betray that confidence, but extend a
tost cordial invitation to you to come again this week.
The Bargains for ihe week are great.
Wholesale ana Retail Dealers in
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1898.
The growing crops are doiog their best
There are a few cases of mumps la this
Next Monday \% Sslesday. There will
be no public sales.
Piedmont is arranging to celebrate the
Fourth of July ia big style.
Mrs. D. J. 81mpsoo, of Tocooa, Ga? Is
in the city visiting her parents.
Hon. J. E. Bogga, of Piokens. has been
spending a few days in the city.
Mr. Wade C. Humphreys, of Charleston,
Is In the city visiting his mother.
The Intklliobnckr Job Office is al
ways ready to do your job printing.
Prof. Marlon Dun woody c of Atlanta, has
been spending a few days In Anderson.
The office of County Treasurer seems to
be the most popular in Anderson Couuty.
Attention is directed to the bioyole ai*
verttsement of the Sullivan Haid ware Co.
The number of candidates for the vari
ous County offices is Increasing every
Mrs. Helen Dunwoody and little eon, of
Atlanta, Go,, are in the elty visiting rela
Now that we have received the first cot.
too bloom, who will send us the first wa
There are a Tew negro vagrants in the
city whom the police would do well to
Dr. J. Louis Gray, of ?eneca. has been
spending a few days near the oit y visiting
The first watermelons for this season
were in the market last week. Tboy came
If yon are seeking bargains the new sd
vertlsement of C 8. Minor will teil you
where to get tbeuo.
Rev. J. Ii. Hindert?, of Hartwell, Go.,
will preach at Rooky River Cburob on
Saturday evening, July Kith.
Prof E. R. Gaines and wife, of Rich
moud (Yd.) College, aro in the city visit
ing tbe family of Mr. B. P. Mauldin.
On and after July 1st postofllce money
orders will cost you two cents more tbap
heretofore), on account of the war tax.
Miss Mamie Hill, of Abbeville, bss
been spending a few days in the city tbe
guest of her friend, Mrs. J. T. PearBon.
If you contemplate purchasing any sort
of farm machinery, read carefully the new
advertisement of the Sullivan Hardware
Prof. V. C. Woodward, of the South
Carolina College, will address tbe Teachers'
Institute to be held in this elty August
Miss Mary Murrab, the bright and in
teresting little daughter of Mr Thos Mur
rab, of Union, 8. C, is in the city visiting
Pror. W. E. Breazpale, of Winthrop
College, has been spending a few dayB in
the city visiting his mother and other
If you have sowed largely of pea.4 you
ba-e done a good tbing, but you can do a
better one by planting'twice as many as
Next Sundav a series of meetings will
begin in the Wesleyan Methodist Church,
thlft city, and will be conducted by Rsv.
G. B. Nalley and others.
Tbe Young Ladies' Junior Society, of
tbe Presbyteriau Church, will serve ice
cream and o?ke un Mr. B Frank Cray ton's
lawn next Friday afternoon.
Nast Moiidny. the Fourth of July, be
ing a national holiday, the banks and
public offices will be closed Sunday
hours will be observed at the Poatoffice.
Mur-ifd, on Thursday, June 23, 1898, at
the hwn? of tbe bride, in this Cjunty, by
Rav. J T. MoBryde, Mr James H. Mc
Connell and Mrs. Sillie Hall, both or this
There will be a conference of tbe congre
gation at Sbiloh Cburob on Saturday be*
fore tbe second Sunday tn July, at 11
o'clock a. m. The members are urged to
Dr. W. H Nardin, accompanied by his
daughter, MUs Victor Nardin, went to Old
Point Comfort, Va., last week to attend
tbe annual meeting of the surgeons of the
With this issue the IftTEixiouftOKit he
gins its thiity-fourth volume, and in the
future, as in the past, will continue to
work for the upbuilding of the City and
County of Anderson.
We have received a copv of the Clemaoh
College Catalogue. It is complete and In
teresting. There were 435>tudents enroll
ed during too paai year. Thirty one were
from Anderson County.
Elder O. J. Copeland will preach at
Bethany Church next Saturday night at
the usual hour, ai Mt. issthel Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock and at Long Branch
in the afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Prof. Wm. Hood, of Bartow, Fie., has
beeu spending a few days in the oity visit
ing his son, J. K. Hood, Esq. He ?ras a
Professor In Erakine College at Due West
for twenty-five years, and has many old
friends in this section.
After the first of July be sure to put a
2 cent stamp on every cheek or draft.
Parties failing to apply these stamps will
be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction fined not less than $50
and imprisoned not less than six months.
Tbe piano recital of the paplla of Miss
Lizzie. Cornish wiii take place at the Opera
House next Tuesday evening. The pro
needs will be need for f ho purchase of a
flag for the Anderson Volunteers. Pop
ular priem of admission. Tickets on sale
at H. H. Rusaoll'n.
Th? Fourth of July will be a big day at
Polzer. The Pelser Athletic Association
haa arranged an interesting program for
tbe occasion. There sri?l bs duriug lue
day base ball, bicycle r&oes, footraces, bag
races, etc, and some valuable prises will
be awarded tbe winners. A large crowd
will no doubt attend
There will be a musicale at tbe residence
of Mr. Wm. Laughlin on Friday evening,
July 8 th, for tbe benefit of the Baptist par
ftnnsge fund. A male singer with Francis
Wilson A Co., New York, will take lead
lng part, assisted by borne talent. Admis
slon, 25 cents. Refreshments will be
served at popular pri?es.
The peach crop ia said to be unusually
fine this year and the few early varieties
that have been brought to town thus far
Sve promise of bearing ont all that haa
ten said concerning the quality of the
fruit. A large etop of fruit and plenty of
melons will reconcile a large element of
the population to the prevalence of war.
The Ltnd-a-Hand Library has been
moved temporarily from the County
Treasurer.':! office to the-homo of Mit. L.
il. S oel, on South M ?In Street, Those In
tereeted should bear thla in/mind. The
stock of hooka and periodic*!* in the Li
bcary are greitly reduced In number and
new contributions are needed. Persona
bavingany reading matter to contribute
to the?$brary should send it at once to
-Mr?.'Beet, wh? will toko charge" ont.
We bave received an invitation to be
nre*ent at thn annual banquet to be given
at Harris Lltbla Sprints on Tuesday
evening, July 14th. in honor of the South
Carolina State Dental Association. Mr.
J. T. Harris, the enterprising proprietor
of thin popular resort, will make this a
great success, and the dentints may count
on having a big time and a royal feast.
The many friends in Auderson of Col.
R. W. Hunt, travoling passenger agent of
the Southern Railway, will be pleased to
learn that he baa been promoted to a more
lucrative and more important position
with this big railway system At a very
recent meeting of the parsnnger depart
ment Mr. Hunt was appointed Florida
Eissenger agent of the Southern, with
eadquartera at Jacksonville, Pic.
Mrs. O. B. Creamer died at her borne in
Hopowell Township last Friday morning,
?fter s brief illness, aged 42 years. Her
remains were interred at Beaverdsm
Cburob on Saturday, she having long been
a devoted member of that Church. She
leaves a husband and eleven children, the
youngest being only two weeks old, and
In their tore bereavement they have the
sympathies of a wide circle of friends.
The Farmers and Merchants Bank will
set as tho Agent for Hun. E. B. Webster,
Collector of Ioternal Revenue for this
District, in the sale of Revenue Stamps
required bv law to be need on and after
July 1st. The object of tblo is to facilitate
the distribution of these stamps with as
little Inconvenience to the purchaser as
DOSBible. A dlrcount of 1 ner cent, will
be allowed on all orders of 9100 cr more.
Our venerable friend. Mr. Mloah Mel
ton, nf Garvtn Township, who is now In
the 90tb year of bis age, and who attended
the flmt Court held in Anderson in Octo
ber, 182S. was in the city Monday, and at
tended tho dedication of the new Court
House. He is perhaps the only person in
the County who can boast of this fact. He
In a remarkably well preserved man, and
one of our moat highly esteemed citizens.
The Greenville News of thn St?th inst.
aaye.- "The short train on the ?. tV, G. rail
road will after to day run from' Prosperity
to Greenville instead of from Greenwood
to Greenville as heretofore. It will reach
Greeoville half an hour later, but will
leave here at the same time. It was said
yesterdav, not. however, oflloiallv, that
very soon it will he oE'osded to Columbia,
thus givipg double daily service between
the two cities. The nnw train is a great
convenience and is well patronized."
Mrs. A. F. Welbnrn died at her homo in
Willlamston last Wedneadav afternoon.
She was 60 years old and for forty live
years bad be?n a member nf the BapttBt
Church. She was a most noble, Christian
woman, and her memory will long be
cherished by a wide circle of friend* She
ieavnn an '..?no. husband and three children
to mourn her d?atb. Her remains were
Interred Thursday in the Big Creek
Churchyard, Hav. R W. Hurts and Rev.
C. L. Stewart conducting the funeral ser
On Monday Gov. Ellerbe announced
the appointment of the staff for the 8eo
ond South Carolina Volunteer Rekiment,
now being organized In Columbia
Among the Hat appears the name of our
efficient County Supervisor, Mr. W P.
Soelgrove, who has been appoiuted
Quartermaster. A better man for the po
sition could not have been secured, and
the appointment wan an agreeable surprise
to Mr. Snelgrove. He will accept tbe po
sition, but will continue in the race for
Supervisor, as tbe war will probably come
to an end by tbe time tbe election takes
.Thomas Hutchison, who onoe lived in
this neighborhood, died In North Carolina
June Oth. nf a lingering ailment. He
came from Ireland before tbe war. At the
breaking out of hostilities he entered the
cavalry arm of the service, and remained
true to the Confederacy until the surren
der at Appomsttox. At one time he
owned Borneo's mill, on Calhonn's creek.
From there he went to Donalds mill, near
Donaldsvllle. Subsequently bn bought a
mill in Anderson County. He bos not
lived in this part of the State Co/ many
years, but Is known to many of our people.
"? Abbeville Medium,
Sunday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, the
city was vlBlted by a considerable storm of
rain, wind and lightning, and it was feared
much damage would be the result. One
of the smaller buildings of the mattress
factory, wbiob was partly filled with straw,
shucks and cotton, was struck by light*
ning and wa? soon a moss of flames. An
adjoining building, used for the manufac
ture of brooms, also caught, and both
buildings wore destroyed. Tbe firemen
turned ont snd did some gond work. The
loss is estimated at about 91.000, on which
there was'Insurance to tbe amount of $300.
Several trees In various portions of tbe
oity were straok by lightning during tbe
Mr. Daniel Mitchell died at his home in
Martin Township on Monday, 20th lust,
aged Ol years. Kour years aim Mr. Mitch
ell was strickst! with paralysis on his
right side, and since then ban been in an
almost helpless condition. He bore bis
sufferings with patience and his eondition
changed very little nntll a few weeks pre
ceding his death. He served his country
faithfully through the war. and hie old
comrades and friends will regret to hear of
bis death. He was twice married, and a
widow, three sons and three daughters
are left to mourn his death. His remains
wore interred at Mt. Bethel Church, Rev.
N. G. Wright and Dr. C. V. Barnes con
ducting the funeral services.
Reunion of Students.
XDKBSOlf, S. C, July 27, 1??8.
Mr. Editor : In response to a' previous
call quite a number or the old etudenta of
Carswell Institute met in tbe Court House
to day, all of whom were full of the re
union spirit. T. T Wakafield was called
to the choir, and J. L, Jack non was re
quested to act as Secretary. Friday, 20th
day of July, waa appointed aa the day tor
the reunion,and the following were ap
pointed as a committee of arrangements :
S. J. Wakefield. M V. McGee. Cliff Mar
tin. W. P. Bell. Welters Dean. L. A. Dean,
E. C. Praltt, J. L Jackson, J. J. Fin>ey,
C. H. Billey, S O. J season. J. T. C. Jones,
John L. T?te. H. M. Tau?, R. M. McAd
am?.T. T. Wakefleld. J. C. Mllford, W.
L. Dean, P E Spoon, W. F. BanUtersQd
S. C. Di?o. 'It was the expressed desire
or all present to have a. reuniou in tbe
/oil senae. All of tbe old students are
earnestly requested to be present.
J. Li Jackson, Sec.
pSr- Advocate roque* ted to copy.
The Bible Institute presided over by tbe
Rev. H. M. Allen, will be held with Shi
lob Church, near Holland's 8tore. begin
ning on Saturday, Joly 2ad. at 10 a. m.,
continuing until Sunday afternoon, study
ing tbe first four lessona of tbe third Quar
ter. These meetings have been weil re
ceived on the principle of making the
Scriptures speak for tbnmselves. In order
to gat tbe very best results it Is well for alt
to bring theu* Bible?, memorandum book
and pencil to inske notes for future refer
ence. It is hoped that the community at
large will come out prepared to spend the
dav, of course bringing their baskets filled.
By order of Institute.
J. Bklton Watson,
Camp Anderson, No. 762, U. C. V.. will
moot at Bel ton tbe first Saturday in July
next, at 4 o'clock p. m. All tho members
are ieq nested to be present, on business of
Importance is to Bs transacted
Q, W. Cox, Com.
J. W. PooitK, Adjt.
Mr.- Wil?lam W. Sullivan is in charge of
Sullivan Hardware Co'a. Bicycle Depart
ment and knows his business.
Tbe Court of General Soseinns for An
derson Couuty convened iu thin city last
Monday, Judge \V. C. Hauet, of tba Firat
Circuit, presiding Solicitor Ansel and
all of tbe otber Court official*, except
i Stenograper Aittuu, woro preseut. Mr.
> -Tadlock, au efficient Meungrapher ,
from Columbia, is tilling Mr. Aiken'a '
place, tbe latter being ai Chlekauiauga
with tbe First Regiment S. C V
As tbe Graud J ury bad been fully charg
ed as to thtdr duties at tbe iaat term uf I
Court. Judge Beuel stated that be would
only briefly remind ibem of these duties, ,
which be did iu a practical way. A large
number of bllla of indictment were band
ed tbe Grand Jury and tbey retired and at
oooe b>-gau tbelr work.
Benjamin Owens, charged with murder,
who was arraigned at tbe last term of
Court, was tried and oonvicud of man
slaughter. Tbe jury recommended him
to the meroy tbe of Court and be was sen
tenced to two years' imprisonment at hard
The Grand Jury reported true bills, as
Root. O. Biovoua?disposing of property
under a lien.
Belle Hardy?assault and battery with
intent to aili.
Jas. Tralnbam?selling liquor.
Henry Jenkins?disposing of property
under a lieu.
John Harrison?housebreaking and com
No bilis were reported in the following
Ii C. Burgess?assault and battery of a
hlgu aud aggravated nature.
Jack; Jordan and Annie Jordan?viola
tion of dispensary law.
Rubi. D. Stevens plead guiity to dispo
sing ot property under a lien, and was
sentenced to pay a tine of $7"> or be lui
prlHoubd three month*.
Belle Hardy plead guilty to assault and
battery with intent to kill, and sentenced
to six months imprisonment.
John Harrison plead guilty to bousc
breakiug and compound larceny, and whh
giveu one year'a imprisonment at batd
.Wm. Marsball, charged with murder,
was convicted of manslaughter, with re
commendation to tbe meroy of the Court.
Nu?.io? was gl\ sit by deleiiuaut'h counsel
of a motion for a uaw trial.
Muuroe Wilson plead guilty to gam
bling, aud wo? sentenced to pay a Hue of
82.">, or ten weeks imprisonment and tine
J. H. Morton plead guiity to forgery,
and was sentenced to two years' impris
Peyton EarJu plead guilty to violation
of dispensary law, and was sentenced to
tbree m<>mha imprisonment or tine of 810U.
Ben Parka was tried in bis absence lor
selling liquor aud convicted.
Tbe Grand Jury reported true bills in
tha following cases :
Robt. Williams?assault and battery.
Aoderson Berry and John Berry?as
sault and battery with intent to kill and
carrying concealed weapons.
J. A Berry?forgery.
This morning the Court is engaged in
trying Oliver Patterson, charged with as
Bault and battery with iutent to kill.
Tbe Grand Jury is still at work and will
not likely get through before Friday.
The criminal docket for this term la very
boavy, and it is probable that a number
or cases will bo carried over until the next
The F lerbe Rifles, a company of infan
try, will meet at Williamson, S C, Fri
day evening, July 1st, 1808. to organize.
Every man that can do so ia cordially In
vited to come and join us.
O. D. Gray, Recruiting Officer.
An Enterprising Drunrjlot.
Thf-io are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than Hill-Orr Drug Co.,
who spare no paina to secure the best of
everything in their line for tbelr many
customers. Thev now have tbe valuable
agency for Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. .This is
the wonderful remedy that la producing
such a furor all over the country by its
many startling cures. It absolutely cureB
Aethma, Bronchitis. Hoarseness aud all
affections of tbe Threat, Chest and Longs.
Call at above drug store and get a trial
bottle free or a regular size for 50 cents
and $1 00. Guaranteed to cure or price
Bring your Soring Water to vour house
with Sullivan Hardware Co'a. Rims.
Buy tbe best Mowers o< Sullivan Hard
If you are aftlicted with diarrhoea or
dysentery, try Evans' Mixture. Guaran
teed to cure tbe severest attack if taken
,in time. For aale at Evans Pharmacy.
Price, only 25 cents a bottle.
Plumbing dene well and promptly by
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Do vou want wateif Get Sullivan
Hardware Co. to give you a few dots on
tbelr Hydraulic Rams.
For valley tin, tin work, gutter, roofing,
cornice work, etc., go to Oaborne & Clink
Sullivan Hardware Co. is tbe sole dis
tributing Agency in Anderson for Morgan
A Wright Bicycle Tires.
Reliable Machlnlats reoalr Bicycles at
Sullivan Hardware Co's. and play no skin
Tbe C. A. Reed Music House
Are offering some sp?cial bargains In
Pianos and Organs at this time. It will
certainly pay any, who wish to purchase
an instrument, even iu tbe remote future
to eco and investigate their magnificent
Sullivan Hardware Co. have tbe oom
Elotest Bicycle Repair Shop in tbe S into?
onest work, reasonable obarges, is their
Sullivan Hardware Co. carry a complete
and very full line of Bicycle Sundries, and
have inside figures.
There is an epidemic of dysentery and
dlarrboy* provalent now. and if you are af
flicted you ahould try Evans Mixture,
which csn be purchased at tbe Evans
Pharmacy for 25 ceota a bottle. It is high
ly recommended by every person who has
. Smith Cotton Ginn, Cotton Presses. Saw
Mills, Ac, sold on good terms by Sullivan
Improvements are akvnys in order. Sul
livan Hardware Co's. Mowers* beat tbe
Poor Piu!*:b!sg causes sickness?to get
tbe bei: plumbing done, go to Osborne A
Tbe man who buyn a "Hero" Bicycle of
Sullivan Hardware Co. will "git there"
and bave money left.
Experts sav the "Hero" Bicycles sold
by 8ulllvan Hardware Co. are fully up to
otber wheels costing three times tbe mon.
Tbe reliable White Mountain Ice Cream
freezers for aale by Osborne A Clinkscalos.
No experiment?a success.
Long ago people kicked against prices
of Bicycle?. No ktoking against Sullivan
Hardware CoV. prices.
A new feature in Sullivan'Hardware
For Rest-Tho offices recently occu
pied bv Bon bam A Watklns, in tbe In
TKr.MGiKNCEit building. Apply at this
Sullivan Hardware Co nell Atlas,
Eclipse, Erie City and other Steam En
Tbe Ellerbo Rides, a company of infan
try, will meet at Williamson. S. C. Fri
day evening. July l?t, 1898, to organize.
Every man tbat can do so Is cordially in
vited to come tod join us.
O D Gray, Recruiting Offlcor
The Battle is On 1
tVe are Prepared to Meet the Springtime Demands !
Dur Clothing, Furnishings,
Hats and Shoes ....
Are as the standard of Spring 1898
dictates. Modern Ideas, New Kinks,
a touch here and there, all combine
to give the wearer better satisfac
In the face of the improvements we have not discrimi
nated on tho smallest detail to accomplish our purpose, which
is to give more and more and always more for less money
YOUR IDEAL SPRING SUIT IS HERE
And only here. To see is to be convinced.
We earnestly ask you to call and inspv tt the nobbiest
and clean it line of Clothing in upper South Carolina.
East Side Public Square.
HOT WEATHER GOODS !
We have on hand a big lot of Goods for hot weather. Call and eee our
Bath Tubs, Sprinklers,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Ice Cream Saucers,
Flower Pots, Water Coolers, Etc.
We are ready to do your ROOFING, in Tin, Iron or Slate?your TIN.
WORK and your PLUMBING.
OSBOHNE & CL1NK3CALES,
Dealers in 8toves, Tinware, Crockery, Etc.
WE ARE A CANDIDATE !
For your Business, and we solicit
your Trade on the following plat
1st. We handle only strictly pure and first quality Good's.
2nd. Wo pay cash for every dollar's worth of Goods we buy.
3rd. We buy our Goods direct from manufacturers and importers &
every saving i" cost.
4th. We do a general merchandise business, and do not have to make all
our expenses out of one line, as do certain specialty houses.
5th. We make it a rule to buy the kind of Goods suited to this locality,
and do not seek to induce customers to buy that which they do not want.
6th. Our buyers are acknowledged experts..
Acting on these principles our trade has largely increased, and our 189b
safes will prove to be by far the largest of any in the histoiy of our house,
and it shall be our earnest aim to meet the requirements of our trado in every
department Soliciting your trade for everything you need, we arc?
D. C. BROWN & SRO.
Has advanced, but we can still give you the highest grade
Flour on the market for the money.
We have a limited supply of Flour in stock that we can sell you for the
very low price of 84.50 per barrel. *
Big Stock Coffee, Tobacco and Heavy Groceries,
Cheaper than anybody.
Shoes, Hats and Dry Goods
Cheaper than you ever had them priced you.
No matter what other people offer you Goods for, don't buy until you see
us, for remember Brownlee <fc Vaudivcrs pell it for less.
Yours very truly,
BROWNLEE & VANDIVER8.