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By far the largest and best assorted stock that we have
ever shown. W$ fear that we are overloaded, consequently
we will offer all the inducement possible to keep from carry
ing it over. We have just received
Ladies' Vests and Pants
To ?ell at
We would be glad to have you examine this lot and com
pare them with garments offered by our competitors at 35c.
We do not doubt but that you will pronounce them just as
good. It is a most excellent
Ribbed Fleeced Garment.
We, of course, have the better grades, but when we show
the people what values we are offering for
They invariably pronounce them good enough. We rlso
have good values at 50c. and 75c.
At $1.00 and $1.25.
In addition to a good assortment of
For Ladies, we have a most excellent line foi
Also for Men. We claim unusual values in
ierwear ior Men,
At 25c,,50e, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
We respectfully invite a careful and early inspection of
our Underwear. Remember that
Our Prices and Quality are Guaranteed.
Successors to Brown, Osborne & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers is
AtiDSBBON. S. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6, 1901.
THE COTTON HASSET.
Strict Good Middling-7?.
Strict Middling- 7?.
THE INTELLIGENCES ha?moved from
its old quarters to its new building at
the corner of McDullic and Depot
streets nearly opposite G. F. Tolly &
Son's furniture store.* When you como
to the city remember this and give us
G. O. Tenney, of Spartanburg, spent
yesterday in Anderson.
The first rain that has visited this
section in about a month came last
Eggs are scarce and high. They
have completely gone ont of reach of
A weather prophet Bays there will be?
no hog killing weather until near
An effort is being made to organize a
lodge of Elks in this city and is likely
to prove successful.
Ti a public schools in district No. 8,
Williamston Township, will open on
Monday, 25th inst.
The material for the Confederate
monument is arriving and will soon be
placed in position.
Mrs. S. N. Gilmer bas gone to
Charleston to visit relatives and attend
the marriage of a sister.
Miss Annie Magruder has gone to
Anderson to make her home in the fu
B. ?. Evans & Co. have another large
and attractive advertisement in this
paper that will interest you.
We have had a little touch of winter
weather the past few days, and winter
clothing felt comfortable.
W. R. Reid, Chappells, S. C., offers
some valuable land for sale near Sene
ca, 3. C. See advertisement.
Berry Wilson, who has been in Ala
bama for several months, returned to
his home in this city last week.
It is a penitentiary offense for any
person to open or molest the mail boxes
along the rural delivery routes.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, of
Abbeville, came np last week to spend
a few days with the former's parents. '
Anderson's next progressive step
will be a sewerage system, especially
for the business section of the town.
The past month was one of the most
delightful ever experienced in this sec
tion. Tho weather wasalmoBt perfect.
The new advertisement of W. F.
Marshall & Co. will tell you of the
many bargains offered by them. Read
All farmers should read D. C. Brown
& Bro's. new advertisement oh wheat
fertilizer this week. It will interest
Rev. H. R. Murchison has gone to
Charleston to attend the Presbyterian
Synod, which convenes there next Fri
That "killing frost" certainly made
its appearance this morning, and all
sorts of vegetation received a "black
Miss Georgia M. Wilson, of Rich
mond, Va., is spending a few weeks in
Anderson the guest of Rev. B. M. An
The new advertisement of Osborne
& Pearson contains some interesting
information to the trading public.
Read it carefully.
Mr. C. G Sayre, formerly of Ander
son but now living in Abbeville, will
be married this evening to Miss Minnie
Dill in that town.
Julius H. Weil & Co. announce in
their new advertisement this week
that they are offering their entire stock
of clothing at cost.
The Riverside Manufacturing Com
pany has decided to increase its capital
stock to $125.000 and add 4,000 more
spindles to its plant.
Mrs. A. Walters, of Greenville, is
spending a few days in the city with
friends, and her visit is a source of
much pleasure to them.
In another column Superintendent
Walton has an important notice to the
patrons of the city graded schools, who
should read it carefully.
Chiqaola Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will hold its regular convention to
morrow evening at 7:80 o'clock. All
the members are urged to attend.
Mrs. Fred G. Brown and Miss Janie
Gantt, of Anderson, 8. C., will arrive
to-morrow OB guests of Mrs. David
Shaver, Jr.-Augusta Chronicle, nth
Is the paper you are reading your
own, or one you borrowed from you*
neighbor? If it is a borrowed one it
is time yon were seisin** cr>? ci your
.Thursday, 28?.'i inst., Ins been set
. apart as ThanKsgiving Day. We hope
the day will bo generally observed iii
Anderson and all places of business
Considerable real estate was sold ut
public outcry in the city last Monday.
There waa much competition in the
bidding and nil the property brought
good prices. .
'Mr. Pn?i F.. Ayer, of Anderson, says
he is In receipt cf letters asking him if
he hag . withdrawn from the roco for
adjnt&Ttt tootah He tleo?arca that
snchn report is without foundation,
and ho is in it to tho iinish-Coin m bia
After to-day County Treasurer Pay no
viii have completed hia trip through
the County and will be in hid office
continuously until tho time for paying
Mr. John Eskew has commenced tho
erection of a brick building in the rear
of tho store occupied by Brock Hard
ware Co. ou Granito Kow and facing
Tho Sullivan Hardware Co. have just
received a car load of Oliver Chilled
points, and aro prepared to servo tho
farmers who havo been calling for them
at any time now.
Postmaster Cochran has placed at
several convenient places in tho busi
ness portion of tho city mail boxes,
from which the mail will bo collected
four times a day. _
At a meeting of the State Agricultu
ral Society in Columbia last week our
venerable townsman, Hon. H. F. Cray
ton, was elected n member of the Ex
Little Mi BS Marion Wilcox is in An
derson, S. C., visiting her grandparents,
Col. and Mrs. Tolly. She will spend
several weeks in tho Palmetto State.
Elberton ((-*?.) Tribuno.
Last Saturday night Deputy Sheriff
Di ningham arrested two young white
men in this city who were wanted in
Gainesville, Ga., "for assault ap.ii bat
tery with attempt to kill..
Cotton is still down in prico and what
ft will do in the futuro is a problem.
Thero is no doubt about the crop being
short, but that fact does not Bcem to
have much effect on the price.
Tho circus attracted n very largo
crowd to the city last Monday, the ma
jority of which were negroes. The
dispensaries were closed and very good
order prevailed throughout the day.
The Christian Temperance Workers
of; South Carolina will meet in annual
convention in Greenville next Friday.
The Southern Railway will sell round
trip tickets from Anderson at ?S.OOi
Dr. R. Lewis Brsnyon, of Houea
Path, spent yesterday in tho city with
his brother, Prof. Carlyle Branyon, who
is making Spartnnburg his home for
the p resent.-?Spa rta nbnrg Jon mal, 30th
Victor Bi Cheshire and Andrew C.
Todd, two members of the typographi
cal art and formerly of this city, now
employed in Spartanburg, are spending
a few days in Anderson visiting rela
Married, at the home of tho bride's
father, D. N. Major, at Belton, on Sun
day, October 29, 1001, by Rev. O. J.
Copeland, Mr. John McCoy, of Broad
way Township, and Miss Carrie Major,
D. C. Wakefield, of Anderson, who
is a student at Furman University, re
turned home this week on account oi
sickness. He hopes to resume hit
studies in a few ?ayH.-GreenvilU
Our young friend, Murray Riley, whe
has been delivery clerk at the post
office, has gone to Atlanta, where he
has accepted a position. He is a moat
excellent you ng man, and we wish him
much sue ss in hie new home.
Bible Day will be observed at Leba
non Church next Sunday, 10th inst., ai
4. o'clock p. m. Rev. J. D. Chapman, ol
this city will deliver an address. Th?
friends of the congregation aro cor
dially; invited to attend the services.
The public school at Cedar Grove
will begin Monday, 11th inst. Patron*
are requested to have their childrei
Btart at beginning of the school. Misi
Dalton, of Grove Station, G re en vi ll?
conn ty, will have charge of the school
Married, on Sunday night, Nov. 8rd
1001, by J. P. Anderson, Magistrate, a
this residence, Mr. Walter Chamblei
and Miss Rosalie Yon. AIBO on tin
same night, Mr. J. O. Walters and Mis
Daisy Moorehend. All of Andersoi
Our old friend, Mr. D. J. Sherard
ono of Anderson County's most excel
lent citizens and substantial farmers
who has been a continuous subscribe
to THE INTELLIGENCER since its firs
issue, was in the city Monday and gav
us an appreciated call.
Miss Edna Fisher died at the home o
her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. M. Fisher, ii
Martin Township, last Wedneeda;
night after a long illness, aged abou
80 years. Her remains were interre?
on Thursday at First Creek Church, o
which 'oho had long been n devotei
and exemplary member.
Rev. C. Wardlaw spant several day
in the city last week and gave us a call
On account of his feeble heal th he ha
been advised by his physician to go t
Arizona and try tho dry atmosphere c
that country. He will leave this wee!
and his many friends hope that hi
stay there will prove beneficial.
11 should be remembered by tho peopl
of the County that on Nov. 15 the tim
for exchanging the old school book
for the new books adopted for uso i
the public schools will expire. It is
useless waste to allow theso old book
to accumulate ?? lim they -.rill goa goo
war toward paying for new ones. Ex
change on a liberal s talo can bo mad
at the office of the county superintend
The Piedmont correspondent of tl;
Greenville Mountaineer says: "Mont
tain View school house, in Brush
Creek Township, is being thorough!
renovated inside and out in the way <
painting and ceiling. Thea ?hool hom
is ir. a most beautiful and healthful 1<
cation. Arrangements have boen mat
to run it for nine months .?J1 o h if:
school. The trustees have employe
as r. pri ncipal Mr, Dav id Rice Wilke
of Wilkesburg, fi. C. His aalary will 1
$50 per month. Mr. Wilkes is agra?
nate of Furman University. Tho p
trona and citizens lu ibis section a
congratulating themselves on tl
bright and promising futuro of thc
Henry A. Williams, formerly of this
County, now master of trains of tho
Southern Railway, with headquarter*
at Greensboro, was in the railroad col
lision near Linwood, N. C., Tuesday
morning. 20th ult., in which 03 horses
of tho Buffalo Hill show were killed.
Mr. Williams was tho only person in
jured in tho wreck. His injuries are
not serious) however, and he is expect
ed to be out again in a few days.
A serious cutting affray took plaee in
Oaktown, near Pelzer, on tho 90th inst.
Two of Henry Owens' boys met an
other boy, George Paige, in tho road
and without warning set upon him with
their knives and slushed him unmerci
fully. Paige is an orphan and is said
to be an inoffensive youth. Dr. Stod
dard dressed the wounds but the writer
has not heard how serious they were.
All of the parties are white.- Williains
John Siek and James Duncan, two
young sien employed m thc Anderson
Cotton Mill, got into a row on Tuesday
evening, 20th ult., when the latter was
struck in the forehead and seriously
hurt with an iron weight. Sisk was
also struck on tho head and painfully
hurt. Duncan, it was believed, would
die, but in now improving aud it is
thought will soon be well. Sisk was
arrested and lodged iu jail awaiting
tho result of Duncan's wound.
MYA. Martha Howie, widow of tho
late A. A? Howie, died at her home near
TownviUo, in Oconee County, last Fri
day, after an illness of several weeks,
aged 70; yeera. Her remains wero in
terred the following day at Heaverdani
Church, in Oconee County. Mrs. How
ie had long been a member of the
Methodist Church, and was greatly be
loved by a wide circle of friends and
relatives, many of whom live in Ander
son County. Four sons and three
daughters, one of whom is Mrs.
A. T. Skelton, of this city, survive
The Columbia State of last Wednes
day says: "Yesterday it was announ
ced authoritatively that Mr. Geo. E.
Prince, of Anderson, would bo a candi
date for Congress to succeed Mr. Lati
mer. Mr. Prince is a member of thc
lower house of the general assembly
and is well known as a supporter ol
straight Democracy. Other candidate!
will be Senator Graydon, of Abbeville
Dr. Wy che, of Newberry, and Dr
Smith of Pickens. The latter is said U
be a Commercial Democrat." Mr
Prince was asked if the statement wai
true, and he replied in the affirmative
His many friends throughout thi
County will bo more than pleased t<
hear this, and in due time will go ti
work and secure his election.
The last issue of the Keowee Com ic
contained tho following marriage no
tice, which will be read with inter?s
by the many relatives and friends o
the bride in th.s County: "Last Wed
nosday evening, at the Seneca Baptis
Church, MisB Daisy Wardlaw and Mi
Luther A. Moore were happily married
The ceromony was performed by Rev
C. Wardlaw, uncle of the bride, nssist
ed by Rev. D. W. Hiott. Miss Word
law was among the most popular youn
ladies of Seneca, and Mr. Moore is
prominent young business man, bein
connected with the Richardson & Byr
Company ns a salesman. A receptio
was tendered the young couple by Bei
and Mrs. Wardlaw immediately aft?
the ceremony, to [which a number c
relati. -s and intimate friends were ir
vited. The young couple have the bei
wishes of many friends throughout th
The sessions of tho Women's Foreig
Missionary Society of the Greenvill
District, M. E. Chnrch South, held i
this city tho past week were well a
tended by representatives of tl
Churches in the District and exceci
imrly interesting. Several well know
Inuits from other sections of the Stat
vrr.ee present and participated in tl
business of the Society. Rev. J. V
Tarboux, who is engaged as a missioi
ary from the Southern Methodl
Church in Brazil, and who is now vi si
ing his old home in the lower sectic
of this State, honored the Society wit
bin presence, and delivered exceeding
interesting addresses on his work
Brazil at both the morning and evenir
services on Sunday. Tho Society he
its Anal meeting Sunday night, wh(
resolutions were adopted thanking tl
Methodist congregation for tho hosp
tality and many courtesies extend?
Tho Walter L. Main Circus dolightt
thousands of our people last Tucsdn
1 At the midday performance every se
was occupied, notwithstanding tho di
was rainy and disagreeable. Tl
night performance was also well pa
ionized. This large attendance w
doubtless due to the high reputat?
which preceded the show, and til
reputation was well sustained. Whi
all shows of this character present fe
tures much nlike, tho style and ord
of presentation differs, and it is in tl
that the Walter L. Main Show appen
to ex':el. But what is moro to bon
predated by tho circus-going peor,
is that this show is divested of i
fakes and gambling schemes, and th
the managers aro tireless in tin
effort? to preserve absolute order und
the tents and to present apurely chas
show to which ladies can go with
fear of having their ears assailed
foul epithets nor their eyes behold a
impure scene. This holds good ev
in their concerts. Tho utmost mode!
ia observed throughout. Every fea ti
presented was well sustained and <
people were highly pleased. It i
clean show and worthy of tho patrc
ago of tho best people.
One car of clean, Dry Bones, free
flesh, wanted bv Fant Bros., at 30 co
per 100 lbs. Ofilco and analeti near Co:
ty Jail. li) 4
8everal cara of old Hcrap Iron wan
by Fant Broa, at 20 cents per 100 1
Offleo and wagon scalea near Conn
Jail, Anderson, 8. C. 10 4
Highest market prices paid by F
Bros. for Oreen and Dry nides. Oil
and wagon scales neir County Ji
Anderson S. C. 19 4
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THE PRICE ALONE
Does not explain the Popularity of
There are other Clothing at the same price. It is the
fact that in
Quality, Fit and Style
Our Clothing is head and shoulders above all others. If you
have not tried one of our Suits you had better do so now.
Tou will be astonished at the wonderful difference in
favor of our Clothing.
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
BONE AND POTASH, *
Wo have on hand a large quantity of the above named
They are in perfect condition, and manufactured espe
cially for small grain cropB.
Our goods and prices will interest you if you are going to
sow wheat. YourB truly,
D. C. BROWN & BRO.
t&* South Main Street.
Our special preparation of Bone and Potash for wheat
will prevent rust, and makes a fino yield.
New Stock Carriages !
BEFORE YOU BUY !
Tou will find our assortment the largest and finest in
Anderson. We have all the latest new styles, and whateyer
yon want that is up^to-date you will find here Built of?the
best materials and built right, our. Carriages are also] right
priced. Elegant styles at
JOS. J. FEET WELL.