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J. F. CLINKSCALKS, I EDITORS AND
C. C. LANGSTON*. S PUOPKIKTOKS
T l-:UM ti :
ONE YEAH, - - - - $1 50
SIX MONTHS. - - - 75
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 11101.
Tho farmer who sows wheat and
oats this fall will be thc one to come
out at thc big end of thc horn next
Miss Stone, thc American mission
ary, is still held in captivity by the
brigands of Turkey. The brigands
know that alive she is worth more to
them than if she were a corpse. Our
government, aided by several powers
of the continent, is actively seeking a
way of rescuing her.
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A telegram from Guthrie, (). T.,
quotes Senator Bon Tillman as saying:
"The action ol' President Roosevelt
iii entertaining that nigger will neccs- j
skate killing a thousand niggers in 1
the South before they will learn their
places again." In uttering the above
words Tillman has again let his tongue
run too 1V/9/.C. Such au utterance
docs the State harm.
.Mr* Vanderbilt's theory of tho un
desirability of wealth is so little ap
preciated hy mankind generally that
there is a universal desire to try the
experiment, before expressing a posi
tive opinion on thc subjet. Let Mr.
Vanderbilt unload his burden and he
will sec an exciting scramble among
others to take it up.
Gen. Ainsworth, chief of thc record
and pension office, in his annual re
port to the Secretary of War, says
that thc fiscal year has witnessed tho
practical completion of the work so
many years in progress, of tho publi
cation of the official record of tho
Union and Confederate armies during
the civil war. They make a total of
125,730 pages of text.
At thc United States mints 0(>,S?J8,
701) bronze cents were coined last year
-a larger number than was produced
during any previous twelve-month. |
Thc mintage of those coins, however,
has been very large, indeed, in other
years, ranging from 35,U00,OOO in ISO")
to 10,000,000 in 1808. Few aro pre
sented for redemption, and an answer
to thc question, What becomes of thc
cents? would bc as difficult as that to
the inquiry as to tho ultimate fate of
Thc Texan oil fields wo havo no
doubt will make many millionaires,
but thc country is being fioodod with
propositions to take stock in various
companies that arc represented as sure
of SUC3CSS but aro needing a little
more money to dovolop the scheme.
We think good companies will havo
no trouble to get all the money they
want at good rates of interest. The
mau that bites at these schemes wo
think is courting disappointment and
Among all the noble and magnifi
cent benefactions credited to Ameri
can men of wealth in recent years,
we know of none more wisely and
worthily bestowed thau that of thc
late Lewis ^Klkin, of Philadelphia,
who left the bulk of his fortune of
$2,000,000 in trust to create a fund
for tho benofit of disabled women
teachers who have taught in the pub
lic schools of that city for 25 years,
and have no means of support. The
fund will provide tho beneficiaries
with un annuity of about $400 each.
Tho bequest is noteworthy because
almost without precedent. It is an
example, however, which other mon
of large fortuno might well follow.
Statistics indicato that tho United
States consumes more sugar than any
other nation, or approximately one
quarter of the whole of the world's
product. The conditions of soil, cli
.inate and other advantages aro quite
as good in the United States, and es
pecially in Colorado, Nebraska and
Illinois, for the development of tho
beet as in any of thc countries of
Europe or Asia. The world's produc
tion and consumption of sugar is now
about 8,250,000 tons per annum, two
thirds of which is produced from beet
and only one-third from cane, whilo
thc normal consumption is estimated
as increasing at tho rate of 250,000
Capt. Cb?ffee, lately appointed post
master at. Aiken, is a newspaper man;
so is J. F. Richardson, thc new post
master ut Greenville. The Govornor
and his private secretary are editors;
>iJ is Geo. lt. Koestcr, thc now ap
pointee as Collector of Internal Reve
nue. And C. C. Langston, the effi
cient aud popular Secretary of thc
Stnte Press Association, has just got
married. To all these happy brethren
Th* Observer begs to extend its most
distinguished confederation, hoping
that they all may live long and pros
Tho above paragraph, under thu
caption of "Thc Press in Luck," is
clipped from thc Newberry Observer.
It is all true except the sentence in
reference to thc Secretary of the State
Press Association. Such a statement
y/is ccitainly nows to him, for no such
? ood luck has befallen him.
Ono car of clean, I rv Bono*, Ireo of j I**???t lin H. |<?y 21? feu's por lb. cash for
flesh, wai.tr"! bv Kant Ilm?., nt 30 eentn ! Baeswax. Otliceaud WHROO Scales artur
pyr loo Jbs. Oluee and ?calen near Couti- : C ?univ .lull, Anderdon, S. C. li) 1
ty Jail. 10 i i ' 11 1 ' -.
sevrai .arn of obi .Scrap ir..,, -va ?xi .i j Administrators' Sale.
bv 1-ant Bros. at un i'or.t.- p<-r lo.) H.s. |
O'ffl?e and wagon seale? near count:, WE wU| se" at th(f ,BW rwt,rtooco ?I
.ian, Auueraon.w. c. u i Eliwha Snipe*,deceased, nu the lirai day
Highest market priem paid bv Kar t ?f Noveinlw n?xt. the Personal Pieper
i;ro*7for Green and Dry Hide*.' Olllce 'V tltt'"th .^ceased, caiiMlsting of Corn,
ami wagon KcaleH near County Jail, ladder, Honsobol land Kltobenil urnl
Andorson S C li* "l : I ture, and "'ber pr delea too tedious to
j mention. TermaCa?h
Carry your Hides to Kant Bro*.' ellice, L. J. HXIPES, Arttu'x.
near County Jail. They pay cann and J. \V. MASSEY, Adm'r.
highest market prices, Anderson, S. C. i Oct 23,1001 18 ii
The Peoples Furniture Co.
They Sell Coffins and Caskets.
IP YOU NEED A....
WE have as good as the world had produced np lo date. We aldo have them
us cheap. Our prices are right. Our reputation behind a salo is an absolute
guarantee of Quality in what you buy, and in satisfaction in Utility and Du- !
rability. Wc have tho largest stock to select from that you will find in tho j
Carolinas-goods that are as well bought as it is possible, by a buyer ?d' a j
quarter century experience.
THE C. A. HEED MUSIC HOUSE. '
NEW FIRM !
T. A. ARCHER and J NO J. NORRIS have bought L H. SEEL'S
Stock of Gooda and will continue the business at Mr. Seers old stand.
The Senior member of the Firm having served his apprenticeship at tho
Tinners' Trade years ago, and who bas bi en doing business in our city for
years, is known throughout thu County for hi3 pmns-taking and good, honest
work, and needs no introduction.
Give us a call. We eau SAVE YOU MONEY, for we are selling ofT|
our old stock to make room for New Goods
Have a big Stock of STOVES, ju*t us good as new, that must go.
Also, TINWARE, AGATE WARE, WOODEN WARE, BROOMS,
CUTLERY and Household Furnishing Goods.
We also have in connection with our Store a Shop equipped with the bc3t
T< ols and Machinen that can be hud, and w ? ara in a position to do all kinds
of repair work in our line.
ROOFING, PLUMBING ami ELECTRIC WIRING.
Yours for busbies*.
ARCHER & ?tiORRHS,
Phone No. 261_No. (> Chjquola Block
No Farmer should feel that he is prop
erly equipped UNLESS he owns an
OLIVER CHILLED STEEL BEAM' PLOW, ,
- SOLD BY -
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
For turning the soil properly and lightlies* of dra.,v there has never been a
Plow made that could equal it. Wherever it goes it makes a life-long friend?
and its popularity grows, each year, as is shown by the increasing Car Leads I
of these goods that aro shipped tit? Anderson. The next best thing, and
something cheaper, is the
Sold by Sullivan Hardware Co. This Plow stands second only to the cele
brated Oliver Chilled.
The old way of sowing grain broadcast by hand-.has been improved, and
we now have the Grain Drill to distribute the i evd evenly over the field. If I
you want your grain in this Fall in the right wa? go to Sullivan Hardware'
Co. and buy
The Farmers Favorite Grain Drill,
And watch the result of next year's crop. Do this and you will congratulate
yourself when you gather tho next harvest.
LOADED SHELLS and other .Ammunition' hy the Car Load ii the
way the Sullivan Hardware Co. buy thfso goods. Make a note of this, ye
Their stock of GUNS is varied and complete, and they can fit you up
with both Gun and Ammunition.
If you havent seen the new AXES Sullivan Hardware Co.. ure receiving
don't buy until you have looked at tin so nice goods, or you will regret it when
it ia too late.
SULLIV A N HARDWARE CO.
Do You Owe Me ?
If so, please call in and settle,
as I need it in my business.
JQHffVS T. BURRIS8.
I have a FRESH SHIPMENT of this FLOUR. Every Sack is guar
anteed io be the best and givv perfect .-at i d'action.
24 pound Sack, 65c.
48 pound Sack, $3..25.
Barrel, $475. ^ ?'
Winn you buy this Flour \ou ki o* what you ate getting, and it costa
no more than cheap Flour. Why not buy tl-.ebert?
C. Frank Bolt>
THE CASH GRO?ER.
Slightly Disfigured but Still, in the Ring !
YES, we have diefiured the Hayes Stock considerably the past six w?eks,
but still have some Bargains left in
Shoe?, Hats, Pants and Notions of all Kinds.
I tim adding on a Stock of
Groceries, Sugar, Coffee and Flour.
Xry a Barrel of B ransford, Clifton qr Spotless, and I am lure you will be
pleased: White Wine Vinegar 25c. per gallon.
C. M. BUCHANAN, Masonic Temple.
To meet all competition in Prices and duality.
To Suppiy the Demands of AU.
SUCH a varied Stock as we curry-vfith every Department bristling with
unusual values of good, dependable Merchandise-makes us justly proud of
our efforts toxicase the most exuding.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Dress Goods, Outings, Flannels,
Jeans, Cotton Flannels, Domestics, Etc., ;
Ia up to auy iu Styles and Prices Come, let us mpp'y your Dry Goods
OUR LINE OF "GOOD STOCK' SHOES
l's complete. Our Shoe sales this Fall hav?? been very good.. Why? Be
cause we eell Shoes we can recommend Give us a trial on your Shoe bill.
For men, women and children, ure marked ut veiy low price*.
Our Tinware, Crockery and
Contain ?orne good val nts.
All we usk is a trial.
Our prices argue much better than wo cm.
You i s truly,
36 Granite Row.
M. L. CARLISLE. L. E. CARLISLE.
DROP IN AND SEE US.
WE arc not thc largest dealer? but you will lind that wo will give you the
host values in Anderson.
Remember that wo havo tho exclusive sale of thc
Walter A. Wood Mowing Machine,
Whioh is given up to bo the best Mower on the market and costs les? for re
pairs. Wc can cite you to one farmer in Anderson County who has out on an
average of 100 acres per year for 10 years in succession with only 35o. cost foi
urepaiffi and maohine still in good condition. .Respectfully,
CARLISLE; BROS., Anderson,8.C.
Selling Out Prices !
Great quantities of Fine Clothing are bi mg sold here
low at our SELLING OUT PRICES. This is the largest
Stock of Men's and Boys' Clothing ir. Anderson, and we want
;o sell out every item during this Fall Season.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS
Worth of the very best Clothing made are here and ready for
pour selection at NEW YORE COST.
HUNDREDS OF PERSONS
Are taking advantage of our Bargain Prices, and are buying
sufficient Clothing for even future wear.
We never sold so many Shoes as we are now doing. We
are moving out all of the Shoes that are here and not of this
season's style at prices that make them go quick.
Come in and see if you can find something to suit you at
Ask for Coupons for
BEFORE YOU AGAIN !
We're a restless crowd-We are never satisfied.
IN THIS HUSTLING AGE of competition PRICES TELLS and EVERYBODY tells the price,
Thieu accounts for our constant jrrowlr % trade. A customer floats ir to our place, buys A BIG BAB
GAIN, goes back home, Fpouts it out tu der ri?Inhbois ind friends about the Cheap Goods she purchased
at THE MAGNET. If the bad kept her mouth shut wo. possibly could get through our work earlier
in the day.. But ?hat's i he.use talking,-?he? a woman buys snob Poworful Bargains?U we offer? It
is Impos Bible for her to keep ber trout h clused. Keep on louting about tu, ladles, for you have some
I thing to shout about. We think all the moro of you for keening us on the quick electric track until 12
o'clock at night. Here are some of the pleasant remarks made to us about our Store t Wbat a pretty
Store. What nice goods. How cheap. This is tho kind of a Store Anderson needs. How do you man
age to get such nice Goods ?nd sell thom EO much chopper than jvcrybody elao ? Got the most Goods
for tho money I ever got. Havo traded only Tufty cents, and do bellete that I have saved at least sev
enteen cents on the amount. I love io trade at such a Stote. Some even say that they believe that onr
brother stole the Goods. We havn't got a brother nor di A we ?teal them, but bought them with an eye
single to glvoyou your money's worth. Ilememher, ever j thing from One to Twenty-five Cents. Nott)
lng sold ovor Twenty-fire Cents.
We carry a complete, assortment of Dry Goods. Hosie, y Underwear, Neckwear, Jewelry, Novel
ties, Fancy Goods, Stationery, School Supplies, Tobacco, Groceries, Tinware. Hardware, Woodonware,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamp .Goods. Toys. ?".andy. &3. Ia proof of above quote you a few prices to
gire you an idea of how we sell tbest- JUST AS EASY as rolling off a log
One Gallon White Granito Milk Pitcher, sold for 85c and 49c, our ?rico....?. ?.25c
Thwe Qt. *' " '.' " " 2<c " **.....15c
Three Pt. " ? " " M ' " .Mo " ?".. ?.10c
One Qi. V " " 15c " ". 9o
Cream FJtcbeis that sell for 10c and 12c, our price.:.~.:.,...... 8c
Biggest size Meat or Vegetable Dish, sells for 40c and 60c, our price.*.25c
.This is tte best Ware and newest patterns. ...
TIN WABE IS OUB PET I . . .
Eight Quart Dit h Pan (full size,) worth 15c, specially prie d....lue
' Thrcn Quart Coffeo Pot " '. 12c, . " " .....'..TOc '
Ton Quart MUk Bucket .. ~\ ' 153, " " ..... ..-..:.Ile
Two Quart Cov. Bucket V " . 7c. " " -.?Bo
Faur Quart COT. Bucket " " 12c' ?J ".A-.10c
Ten Quart r*ov Bucket " " 21c, " *'.20c
Great Big Kitchen Pitcher, " 10e, " - *'. 8c
AGATE WAKE at como Store? is high, but bow is thia for low ?
Thres Quait Podding or Pie Pan only 10c. Four Quart Pudding or Plo Pan 12c. Five Quart Pud
ding or Pie Pan only Mc. Six Quart Podding or Pie Pan only 16o. Butter Bowls Rc, 10c and 20c, worth
double the price. Towel Bollerv&omethlng overybody needs, for 7o, 10o and lie Tooth Picks So a
quart Asbestos Stove Mats only So. Blank Japanned Fire Shovel', 20 Inch** long, fie. MnchinoOll,
best goods, Cc bottle. Tacks le per box. Shoo Rivets three boxes for fie. Hand- haws, warran ted, 25o.
Key Hole Kaws-lOc Pad Locks lOe, 15c, 20o aid 2fic.
All our prices guaranteed to road like thei ?hove. Come to see us.
roura always truly,
JOHN A.-AUSTIN'AND THF? MAGNET.
Next to Toot (Office.
High Trice Breakers and Low Price Makers.
IF YOU ARE A PURCHASER OF
Our Prices ?iid Goods will surely Tempt You.
We have always given good valuea in thia liiie, and there is no reason
why wu should not do the same for you. In buying Shoes you want to look
at the quality as well as the price. Ours stand the closest inspection and. are
well made and durable.
\Ve use the utmost caution and buy only thoae Shoes which we absolutely
know to be of the very heft quality. We' do not experiment with carious
lines hut stick to those whvoh. havo the manufacturers aa vrsli aa our guarantee
behind them, and should by chants any imperfection ' in workmanship or
leather occur, you will always fiad us ready to satisfy you.
THE BIO* SHOE FOB MEN.
This is the B^st reasonably priced High Grade Shoe ou the market. We
have them in all the various leathers and atvlea.