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Our Store's Mission
Is to Supply the World's
Most Broadly and Economically.
EVERYBODY needs new apparel for the
Fall and Winter Season.
Every hoi~e has impera tive requirements. Shopping
must be done for every house and every individual.
Where Shall it be Done ?
Is the question
Where the broadest collection of Merchandise is to be
Where the utmost experience and skill has been applied
Where Merchandise is sold for just what it is.
Where PRICES, STYLES and QUALITY can be relied
?ten i* invariably the answer.
THE PUBLIC can never answer these questions intelli
gently without visi^ia^r-.
And inspecting our large and varied Stock. -
Are much in demand just now. In fact, the demand for
Has increased wonderfully in the last few yearsf and in order
^^^^,^&^im&1^^^ ^ Ve |*dU^nt more better-gar
Our boast ie Jke^'??t, garment for the price. For instance
Jacket or Coat thai ne offer at $3.50 is superior to that
.ffered by others at the same price, and so on through the
We show a remarkable Coat at $4.00.
And make a specialty of the popular-priced $5.00 ?Jacket
er Coat, It is simply unmatchable at the price.
Our $5.50, $6.00, $6,50, $7.00, $7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00,
$9.50 and $10.00 Jackets and Coats are beauties, every one
swell ond stylish. /
Our 42-inch Automobiles are lovely garment.
Realizing how hard it has been to buy garments ready
made for children and misse? in Anderson, we have bought
an especially'pretty and attractive line of Children's Reefers
and Children's and ??isses' Jackets. Coats and Automobiles at
Judging from the way the stylish, dressy ladies buy
Our Ready-Made Skirts,
Ours must be the only thoroughly up-to-date line in the city
Rainy Day Skirts from $1.50 to $7.50.
Dress Skirts from $1.50 to $10.00.
.Silk Skirts from $7.50 tc $25.00.
Every Skirt a model, If you do not care to buy a ready
made garment it will pay you to come and look at these, as
the ideas'gained may be of service io you.
Then we have an excellent line of Under-garmentn and
Also, an enormous stock of Winter Underwear.
Cotton and Wool Flannels.
Blankets, Quilts, Conifer ts, Counterpanes, &e.
foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
Shoes and Gre seri es,
And Merchandise in genei ai, at Wholesale and Retail, at
Come and see or send for Samples.
Mail orders filled promptly.
CSBflKNE & PEARSON,
Successors to Brown, Osborne & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
?Sr tr* ? i 1 mi. Merohaxi dLi se
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1H0I.
THE corrow MARKOV, I
Strict Good Middling~-S.
.Strained Cotton-5 to 7.
T.iiK IMKLI.I?JKN(.'KU has moved from
its old quarters to it? now building at
tho corner ot' MoDnfllo and Depot
streets, nearly opposite G. F. Tolly &
Son's furniture store. sWhen you como
to the city remomber thia ant! g?vo ?i? i
A good second hand barn is odored
for sale in another column.
There aro still a few light cases of
scarlet fever In and around tho city.
The public schools of Hall Township
will open tho lirst Monday in Novem-.
Overcoats havo been brought out,
but some people still stick to their straw
Tho Anderson Fertilizer Manufactur
ing Coujpany has purchased the Oil
Mill at Seneca.
The State Fair in Columbia next
week will attract a large crowd of
visitors from this section.
Our young friend, Bismarck Seel,
has gone to Charleston, to accept a
clerkship at thc Hotel Calhoun.
C. J. O'Farrel, the clever and genial
representative of the Atlanta Journal,
spent a day in the city last week.
Mrs. G. F. Tolly went to Elberton,
Ga., last week to spend afew days with
her daughter, Mrs; W. M. Wilcox.
The Court of General Sessions for
Oconee County convenes at Walhalla
on the iirst Monday in November.
The tax books were ' opened a week I
iigo, but so far there has not been a I
rush to pny early and avoid tho crowd.
On account of moving into our now
ot li ce we have been delayed a day in
issuing Tm: INTKI.I.HJEXCKK this week.
Please don't forget to hand in that
little amount you are due TJIK INTEJ.
IAH KNCKR on subscription. We need it.
Dr. K. Li Henry, of Augusta, Ga.,
has been spending a few days in the
city visiting hi? brother, Dr Ii. A. Hen
Geo. T. linker, who lias been teach
ing school for several months atJo
casse, Oconee County, has returned
E. W. Johnson has removed to Atv- I
demon, where he wiii engage in tho
brokerage business. - Sparta ulm ty
County Treasurer Payne will start on
Ins trip through tho .County next Mon
day and will not bc in his oflice until
Every one of our friends is cordially
invited to call and seo us tn our new
building at the corner of McDuffie and
J. W. Quattlebauui, Esq., has gone
tb .Asheville, N. C., on professional
business and will probably bo absent
The season for planting trees is close
at hand. There is room for a few
more in our streets, and we hope they
will be planted.
The dam at Portman has been com
pleted, and the Power Company will
soon be ready for work under its in
Chief of Police Billingham lias? de
termined to rigidly enforce the city or
dinance against tho boys using their
sling shots in the streets.
Married, on Sunday, October 20, 11)01 i
at Zion Church, near Pendleton, by
Kev. J. W. Hailey, Mr. S. t. Sharpton
and Miss Thalia Williamson.
The attention of tho patrons of the
Deliver High school is called to the ad
vertisement of the Principal, Prof.
Holland, in another column.
Kniest Poore, who has been employ
ed by A. G. Fretwell in Virginia on a
railroad contract, carno home a few
days ago on a.short vacation.
Jane JeiVries, a negro chambermaid
at tho Hotel Chiquoln, died suddenly
while at. work ibero last Friday after
noon. Heart disease was the cause.
President Hni t/.og, of Clemson, noti
fies his friends that tho cnllegecan now
accommodate a few more students ns
the new dormitory is about complete.
Willie J. Holt, of Anderson, nephew
of Dr. J. L. Holt, arrived-in Picken?
Tuesday nnd has accepted a position j
with A. M. Morris.-/*?V/.v n * Journal.
Jas. E. Harton ls erecting a substan
tial brick building on bis lot in the
r?nr of Granit? How, facing McDulbo
street and adjoining the 1 Hockley build
The Epworth League of St. John's
M. E. Church wiU hold nn important
meeting at the pnrMonage this evening
nt H o'clock. AH the members aro urged
The time for exchanging old school
books for new ones at tbe school com
missioner's ellice ends on November ir>.
After that date no books will bo ex
On account of the State Ka ir the
Southern Un H way will ruu a special
train from Anderson to Columbia ami
return on Wednesday and Thursday of
next week, lt will leave here each day
nt ,"?.:?0 o'clock a. m., and, returning,
will leave Columbia at 8.#0 o'clock p.
m. The lure for the round trip is i? 1.1 "i.
This train will take on passengersai
all stations between Anderson anti Co
ln.!!?1^.."., r.v.d giv<> them an opportunity
to spend the dav nt the Fair and return
home t:'. night.
Mis;, Jessie '1 hompson, accompanied j
by two ot' her brothers, Willio aud
Tulmagc, of Vurcnnes Township, left j
la9t week tn enter the Dixie (X. (.'.) I
Messrs. Milford and Locke will con
duct au all-day singing ut Flat Korie
Church next Suuday. Everybody is
invited to attend and carry their dinner
basket with them.
The many friends of Col. IL W.
Simpson, who has been severely aftlipt
ed for several months, will be more
than pleased to hear that ho is now
Tho hour for holding evening ser
vices ia tho Churches of tho city has
boen changed to 7i?0 o'clock. Hoar
ibis in mind and bo in your pew
promptly at that hour.
Sparks from a passing engino last
Monday evening set lire to cotton on
the platform of the Southern Kailway
at Konea 1'ath and damaged twenty
bales. Tho loss is slight and is cover
ed by insurance.
* The annual meeting of the Woman's
Foreign Missionary Society of tho M.
E. Church for Greenville District will
couwne at St. John's M. E. Church, in
this city, on Friday, November 1st, and
continue through tho Sunday follow
An intelligent/farmer says the cotton
crop this year is exactly reversed from
last year, when there was no early crop
of any consequence and tho yield came
from tho lat? growth. This year the
carly planting will furnish the bulk of
the yield. * .
A meeting of Camp Stephen D. Lee,
United Confederate Veterans, will be
held in the Court House next Friday
afternoon at 5 o'clock to consider the
question of building a Soldiers1 Home.
All members are urged to attend by
Commander M. P. Tribble.
Kev. and Mrs. J. S. Cartledge und
Master Cartledge, of Anderson, are
here on a visit to relatives, and are
stopping with Mr. anders. Thomas.
Mrs. Cartledge was a great favorite
here in years gono by as Miss Keita
Poullain.-/Wi ?toual Pout.
Married, on Sunday, October 20,1001,
at the home of Mr. C. M. Buchanan, in
this city, by Kev. O. J. Copeland, Mr
Walter Kurri HS and Miss Alice Carpen
t?r/eldest daughter of the late A, A,
Carpenter, both of Anderson County
A few intimate friends were present t<
witness the ceremony.
Po. Jas. H. Crawford, who has been
practicing medicine in Anderson fo:
several months, has moved to Wal
halla. The Doctor is a most excellent
clever gentleman, and made man:
friends here who regret to see him leav<
us. We join his friends in wishiuj
him much success in his sew h?iiic.
The following young Indies from thii
County are enrolled as students of Chi
cora College iu Greenville: Misse
Kenia Farmer, Annie Sadler, Mar;
Louise Johnson, Kubank Taylor, Auel
Bolcmau, Kuby Hammond, Matti
Tripp, Lela Thompson, Maggie Thomp
son, Clara. Simpson. Louise Ligon, An
nie Si: ar. kl in, A?ic? McCar?ey and^v,
Newt?fl. . . .
? ? . t
" At the earnest solicitation of hi
many friends and for the henel i t of hi
wife and numerous children, Mr. li
G ilmer Todd announces himself a cnn
didate for popular patronage, bavin
become stabulated at the store o
Messrs. Dean \ Katliffe, of this city
where he will be delighted to serve hi
friends to the best of his ability in hi
poor weak way.
Tho barn and stables of Mrs. Mar
A. Davis, who lives about, seven milt
west of the city, were burned Tue*
day morning about o'clock. A vain
able horst) and cow, a buggy, a lot ti
liny and farming implement* were coi
sumed inside the building. It is nt
known how the tire originated. Tl
loss will reach ?-100, on which theil
was no insurance.
Dr. li. I.. Parker, ot Kelton, an
Miss I ?la E. Nickles. ni Due West , wei
married at the hmm.' of the bride
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. X. Nickles, <
Due West, on Wednesday nfrernooi
Kith inst.. Kev. W. J. Wyley, assist?.1
by Kev. <>. Y. Konncr, perfoiuiiujr tl
ceremony. The ronnie came to Belt?
that evening and a reception was tel
tiered them at the home of A. K. Cami
Christine, the. ll-year-old duught<
of Mr. C. M. Hobbins, died at lier hon
in Garvin Township, last Friday. Tl
remains were interred at Eurejh
Church ou Sunday, Kev. T. 1*. Lit
conducting the funeral services. SI
was a bright, interesting girl, but lu
been a great Bufferer since infam
with n disease of the kidneys. Tl
bereaved parents have the sympathi
of nil their friends.
In the Court of General Sessions
Columbia last Monday the ease of tl
State against Wm. A. Nea', chargi
with breach of trust, was nul prossi
by the State. At the last term
Court Col. Neal .vs convicted of fa
ure to turn over funds to his success*
The Attorney Genera! stated inform;
ly a few days ago that he would r
push this last of the Several chari
.against Col. N'enl, as the Governor h
pardoned him on the ground of pei
- The Clinton Chmuirlv of the I?
lust, says: "Un Oct. Hit h at the re
dence of her brother, Mr. H. 1. Hort?
Mrs. Fannie Horton Simpson was mi
ried to Mr. Jesse K. Emerson of Kii
wood; Fla., Kev. J. lt. l'arrott otb
ating. It was a very quiet home w<
dinj;, only a few friends lind rein ti
kbeing present. Immediately after i
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Kmc i son boa
cd th*- North houmbn.-stihulc train
Hamlet, N. C., and will go from th
to Jacksonville Fla., and onto tl
future home in Kirkwood." Koth
bride and ir room have many frfcl
and relatives in this tlieirnative Gm
ty, whom we join in extending c
.loo Washington, a negro tenant on !
J. E. Horton's plantation in Broadway
Town-lip, killed a very largo rattle
snake inst Friday. .Several of his chil
dren, accompanied hy their dog, were
in tho woods near their home, and one
of tho boys was about stepping on tho
snake, when it struck at him. Tim lit
tle fellow was badly ftighthned, ami,
yelling at tho top of his voice, attract
ed tho attention of his father, the oth
er children and tho dog. The latter
rar) right up on the snake, aud was bit
ten by it. Tho dog was very sick for
an bile but soon recovered.
Since the salo of the Blue Ridge rail
road the State Sinking Fund Commis
sion has begun proceedings to collect
back tax?s. Tho snit has noe hereto
fore been brought, it is said, because of
the Blue Ridge, scrip situation, but the
situation with regard to this tender is
said to bo now changed, lt is easy to
seo that this will naturally be resisted
and that tho present owners bought
the property free of encumbrance and
with a clean and clear title, and that
the Court which sold tho property will
see that its title is protected.
A negro employed at the ginhouse of
Hon. J. Belton Watson, in Centerville
Township, met with a painful nccident
last Friday I morning. While feeding
tho gin his clothing was caught and ho
was drawn against the saws. His right
hand and arm was badly lacerated, and
Ins shoulder dislocated. He was also
cut on tho body under the arm and re
ceived a wound on his head and lips.
Dis. Duckett and Gray dressed tho
wounds and were forced to amputate
two of his lingers. The negro is now
The barn on the plantation of W. D.
Spearman, in Brushy Creek Township,
was destroyed last Monday afternoon
by lire. A big lot of hay, corn, peas
and other farm products were stored
in tho building, together with a num
ber of plows, mowers and other farm
implements, and scarcely anything was
saved. The loss is estimated nt about
$700, on which- there was insurance tc
j -the nmount of $,100 in the. Anderson
Mutual Fire. Insurance Co. Tho tire
was first discovered in tho roof of thc
boru and is supposed to have bee? ac
The Piedmont correspondent c ' tlu
Greenville Mountaineer snys: "A rath
er strange incident occurred nt J. T.
Wigington'a place over m Andersor
County last Wednesday morning. Ai:
abandoned well some thirty feet deej
had been covered with brush. A negri
wns ploughing in close proximity to it
when, by some means or other, th<
horse he was using fell into the aper
ture in the ground and went to th?
bottom. The well wasnotoverly larg?
round, and the anim?t wn*? tight!;
wedged in, though it did not seem t<
be injured. At last accounts it hat
been in its prison all day without beini
^released, thoiigh efforts, were mad? t?
Thc .Court of Common Pleas eontin
ued itstsession all through last week
and notwithstanding many cases wer<
tried, the docket was net cleared an?
many cases were continued until th?
next term. The case of Elizabeth Hal
en tl ile vs. W. </. ' Hammond, n suit fo
damages for obstructing a stream ant
injuring'her land, was called Wednes
day afternoon, and consumed tho bal
ance of tho .week. It was, too, th
most important case heard during th
term. The verdict of tho jury was ii
the defendant's favor, but the plaintil
will enrry the case to the Supiem
Court, which will tinnily settle th
question whether a landowner wh
ditches a stream through Iiis lauds lui
the right to dnm it so ns to prevent th
sand above from coming down on bini
Wc have received a copy of th
Chattanooga tinily Thnim, of thu lit
inst., from which we clip the fol low i ll
marriage notice, which, we know, wi
be read willi interest by tho friends e
the bride in the pendleton sectioi
".Miss Anni?' Simpson, a prominent se
cinty woman of Pendleton! S. C., wli
has been spending thc summer in t li i
city wiih friends, was quietly marrie
to Mr. .lanii's E. Wright, a popula
young South Chattanoogan, at thc rei
ideri.ee of Rev. W. M. Kingle, pastor e
the first Presbyterian Church at Dal
ton, (?a., on Sunday evening, ??ct. tl, n
j'? o'clock. Miss Simpson is tho ?laugh
ter of Capt. and'-Mrs. ?I.-.W. Simpsoi
of South Carolina, one ?d' the bec
| known and most prominent families o
the Palmetto State. She is quit? a
accomplished young woman and lie
marriage will como tts a surprise t?> lie
many friends, both in this city and i
her native Stat?:."'
Kast Thursday night was a red lette
occasion for Chiquoln Kedge, Knight
of Pythias, on which they did them
selves proud as chivalrous and gallan
luists to their Indies fair. Theoecnsio
was the ollicinl visit of Grand Viet
Chancellor Mower, of Newberry, t
Chiquoln Lodge, which was celebrate
by a sumptuous and tempting bampK
of luscious bivalves. Chancellor Com
mander K. S. Matttison did tho honoi
ot' the occasion in his accustomed ham
so'me manner, and it is useless to sn
his guests shared richly his Imp]
mood. The speaker of the eveninj
Grand Vice-Chancellor Mower, r?
upended in a Utting manner to flinton
"Pythiniiisni,*' and was followed 1
Grand Chancellor Bonham man oh
quent response to "Th? Grand Lodge
Geo. K. Prince, Esq?, und Capt. IL 1
Watkins were at their best in the
well-known happy and versatile veli
as they responded i?> their respecti'
toasts "Chhmnln K?>?lg?', Xo. :J*V ai
"Woman," K. M. Huck**, .Jr.. Ksq., sn
tained his w?-ll deraervotl reputation
a polished and Huent speaker in li
neat and touching tribute to "Fr?en
ship, Charity and Bencvijleiu'e.*1 Ii
ptoinptti talks were als?? made by Hoi
.K H. Campbell, .1. I). Chapman, ai
li. .M. Anderson ami Mayor (K E.i oil
The occasion was one long to be r
membere?l v. itli pleasure hy those w
wei-?' s<? fort?nate as to lie pre-cut.
DU T tito.
?f you need a
Suit of Clothes,
A Pair of Shoes,
Or anything in the way of
ItjWill pay you to look et what we have to oner. We
put the knife deep down in the price for Cash.
ALL PARTIES OWING US
Will ohlige us hy calling and paying their accounts, as we
need the money. *
All parties owing the old Firm of Hall & Milford and
Hall Bros. & Co. must settle at once, as the old business must
be wound ?p.
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
200 CASES OF SHOES I
NICE, new, up-to-date Shoes, that will wear. We want to Shoe-up the
entire family for the Winter. Remember, our Shoea were bought right, and
we will sell thom right. It's just as easy as rolling off a log to sell our Shoes
25 per cent lees than our competitors.
In this hustling age of competition price tells, and everybody tells the
price. Our best advertising is done with our prices. Our line* of double
width Dress Goods at 12}c to 25c per yard are sold in n-ost Stores for double
the money. Our 9tock of all-wool Flannels, Canton Flannels, Ticking, Jeans,
Kerseys, Arc, are business builders, on account of their high quality and low
In thia department we have Job Lots ? old below manufacturers' cost,
like this : 1000 dozen pairs Hosiery, "scooped to sell at one-half price. 100
dozen Men's Undershirts, oOc quality, for 20e. lfiO dozen Men's heavy Drill
Drawe rs, 25c quality, for l?c, and numbers of small Job Lots'of all kinds of
Hore, again, is where we can do you good. Our $:>.7*> Flour is what you
are paying S4.00 for. Arbuckle'* Coffee 10c-you are paying 12-Jc for it.
Good Green Coll?e 12 lbs. fpr 8LOO-you are only getting 10 lbs.
Seeing is believing, so comp and look through our immense Stock.
Country Merchants will find values here you will find nowhere else.
Remember we have on hand
Of all kinds for your small grain crops, and our pri?e i.s below any one else
for .the same Goods. Yours truly,
D. C. BROWN & BRO.
South Main Street.
Fresh Onion Set
FOR FALL PLANTING,
Orr-Gray & Co.
g. KRANK JOHNSON. .'. F U RM AN EVANS
FRANK JOHNSON & CO.,
Builders of Delivery and Farm Wagons,
Dealers in Carriage Material Hardware and Paints.
Repairing and Repainting promptly executed.
We make a specialty of '"Goodyear," Rubber and Steel Horse Shoeing.
General Blacksmith and Woodwork.
?Only experienced and skilled workmen employed.
We*haye now ready for sale ' The Johnson" Home-made, Hand-made
Farm Wagons that we. especially invite your attention to.
We put on Goodyear Rubber Tires.
Yours for business,
Church Street. Opposite Jail. FRANK JOHNSON & CO.