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Ws wish to piocl?ii?i to tho Public that we are now offer
ing many attractions for the
Christi as Trade.
?fiany Staple ind Fancy
Dry Goods and Notions
That make useful and appropriate Gifts for the season.
In Dress Goods
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You will find many pretty things.
In Silks an d Satins
We are showing elegant Dress Styles. Also, light shades for
Evening Wear and Fancy Work.
: Just replenished our 36-inch Black Taffeta at 90c per yd1
Oar Fancy Articles Correct.
Fancy Linens, Fan Laundry Bags,
Fancy Pillows, Fancy Comforts,
Fancy Bed Spreads, including
Down Pillows and Comforts.
Also, Zephyr, Saxony and Germantown Wool.
Our Linen Department
Beautiful Table Cloths, Delleys, Napkins and handsome
Towels weald delight the goed wife. -
We have provided for your needs, and are showing beau
We have a most elegant assortment.
Por Ladies, Men and Children.
Such as Kimonos, Dressing Sacques, Waists, Skirts,
Canes, Jackets, Coats, Automobiles, &c.
Also, Misses' and Children's Winter Underwear.
We are well supplied? and can supply your needs.
How about Rugs, Art Squares, Carpets, Mattings, Cur
tains, &c.. and House Fiirnishings.
WARM WOOL BLANKETS
Would no doubt be welcome. See our 10-4 Wool Blanket at
$2.50 per pair.
Also, our al} wool Blanket, 10-4, North Carolina made, at
$3.50 per pair. *
And our Elegant Blankets at $5.00 and $8.00 per pair.
'OUR STOCK OF WINTER SHOES
Is the greatest in the city.
. If y ou are looking for useful and ornamental
Come and look through our Stock. We guarantee price and
' > . Yours truly, , '
Alt WHO OWE US
Will please bear in mind that we. must have our money. We
will appr?cia to an ?arly settlement.
Yours truly, 0. & P.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. ai, 1201.
THE C0T?0W MARKET.
Strict Good Middling-7i.
Chickens, eggs and butter are in de
mand in the city at good prices.
Fire crackers are being displayed
and the boya are Bating pennies.
We invite your attention to the new
advertisement of Vandiver Bros.
Mrs. M. L. Bonham and child/en
?peut a few days in Atlanta last week.
John M. Flynn, of Spartanburg, but
formerly of thia city, spent a day or two
here last week.
Mrs. W. lt. Sanders, of Batcaville, is
in Anderson, visiting ?er brother, Kev.
B. M. Anderson.
Dr. John Hopkins, of Seneca, spent
last Thursday in the city and gave us
an appreciated call.
"With clear weather wo will have
beautiful moonlight nights during tho
As it is nearing Christmas timo, the
new advertisement of Moore, Acker &
Co, will interest you.
Osborne & Pearson's holiday procla
mation in this issue, should bo of in
terest to all. Bead it.
B. O. Evans & Co. have a new adver
tisement this week that the malo sex
should not fail to read. .
Miss Moden a Bigby, of Honea Path,
spent tho past week in Anderson visit
ing friends and relatives.
If the reader wants to know the best
places to trade just let him cast his eye
over our advertising columns.
In their new advertisement this week
the C. F. Jones Co. announce a great
cut price clearance sale. Bead it.
Bemember, yon have just three more
weeks in which to pay your State and
County taxes without tho penalty.
Mrs. G. Frank Bamberg, accompa
nied by her children, of Bamberg, S.
C. , is in the city visiting her parents.
The second snow for this season vis
ited this section last Thursday night,
but it did not ?.'^y on tho ground long.
Santa Claus has made headquarters
at Julius H. Weil & Co.'s store and in
vites you to call and see his big stock
Dr. 1. Crim, the genial and expert
oculist, has returned to Anderson to
spend awhile. Bead his card in anoth
If you have not selected your pres
ents you propose giving your friends
Christmas, do so at once and avoid the
mah later on.
It is only a question of a short time
when thiB city will have to erect an
other graded school building. It is
Cadet Frank Hamlin returned to hi8
home in this city . st Friday from
Clemson College on account of his
feeble health. >
A number of young people from thia
section contemplate spending the
Christmas holidays in Charleston see
ing the sights.
Mrs. James A. Hoyt, of Greenville,
came to Anderson last week to spend a
few days with relatives and greet her
many old friends*
Carlisle Bros. announce in their new
advertisement that they are overstock
ed on Chilled Plows, and will sell them
at reduced prices.
B. E. Browne, of Williamston, has
moved to Donalds, where he has ac
cepted the position of depot agent for
the Southern Railway.
When a hunter starts out with about
15 pounds of shell and brings back 2
pounds ll-ounces of birds, he does not
brag much on his achievement.
J. E. Watson, a prominent young
farmer of Anderson County, son of
ex-Representative J. Belton Watson
is in the city.- Greenville News.
Bev. M. B. Kelley, the new pastor bf
St. John Methodist Church, will arrive
in Anderson thia week and is expected
to occupy his pulpit next Sunday.
In their new advertisement Vandiver
Bros. & Major announce that they are
overstocked on vehicles, and will sell
you one nt a greatly rednced price.
Mrs. ?. F. Laurence, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Maggie Nor
ris, in the Toney Creek section, has re
turned to her home at Young's Island.
J.H. Bussell, of Perry, Oklahoma, a
son of W. W. Bussell, of this city, is
spending a few weeks in this section
visiting bis lat lier and other relatives.
Mrs. Sne E. Kolland, of Hollands, S.
C. , and her interesting family, have
moved tb Boyston, Ga., where they
-will run a boarding -UarincU
In Iiis new advertisement M. E. Wil
lis announces that ho isolier in g pi anos,
organs and sewing machines at cost,
and invites you to call and see his
Attention is directed to the new ad
vertisement of J. J. Fretwell, who can
snpplyyou with an elegant carriage,
boggy or other vehicle for a Chris tm ai
Bi?hop Capers spent last Sunday in
Anderson, making his annual visit to
Grace Episcopal Church, where bx?:ou
dncted services both morning and af
W. F. Marshall & Co. annonnT ir?
thMr now advertisement this week that
they can supply you with elegant
Christmas presents. Bead their dir ist
! . To-morrow is South Carolina Press
' Day at the Exposition in Charleston.
1 THE INTELLIGENCER is represented by
our Mr. Langston and his neice, Miss
j Nonna Garrette.
? Hon. J. Belton Watson, Dr. R. Pi
Divver, J. J*. Fanner and R. E. Ligon
are attending the Grand Lodgo of Ma
sons in Charleston aa representatives
of the two Lodges in this city.
Married, on Tuesday, December, 3,
1001, at tho home of Riobard Harris, at
the Orr Cotton Mills, by Rev. G. M.
Rogers, Mr. Robert Harris and Miss
Dora West, all of Anderson County.
It has been announced by friends in
Greenville of Court Stenographer
Wyatt Aiken, of Abbeville, that he
will bo in the. race for Congress from
tho Third District in tho next cam
William, the H-yenr-old son of W. D.
Browning, who lives at tho Cox Yarn
Mill, died last Suturday ufternoon.
after a brief inness, and wa? interred
in Silver Brook Cemetery Sunday af
Tho farmers havo about finisher
picking cotton and nro now very busj
sowing wheat. In somo sections of thc
County tho acreage in wheat is beinf
considerably increased over that o
Tho Good Koads Convention b?gini
in Greenville next Monday and con
tiriues ilvo days. We hope Andorsoi
County will bo well represented there
One faro for tho round trip on th
J. Archey Cox, ono of Belton Town
ship's successful farmers, wns arnon)
our visitors last week to renew his sub
script ion. Ho also bas been a continu
ouB subscriber to THE INTELLIGENCE:
since its first issue.
Another poor, deluded being is try
ing to resunect the old Wadswort
land claim in and around Andersoi
This happens onco in about every liv
or ten years, but never amounts to any
thing and never will.
Miss Dora Herring, of Townvilb
spent last week in Anderson visit tn
friends and relatives. Sho made a hot
of friends during her visit, and wi
probably make Anderson her hom
during tho coming year.
At the annual session of the iiapth
State Convention in Florence Inst wee
Rev. J, D. Chapman, of this city, wt
elected a member of the Stote Execi
tive Board. He will make a most ci
ergetic and zealous member.
The Greenville News of yesterdn
says: "Miss Maude Rosamond, a popi
lar young lady from Brushy Creek, Ai
derson County, who has been visitic
Miss Janie Gibson, left yestevday f<
Charleston to attend the exposition."
Rev. R. R. Dagnall, who has bec
assigned by his Conference to the pa
torate of the Methodist Churches i
Starr and Iva, is the father of oi
young townsman, A. H. Darnall, Es
He served the Church at Pickena la
The fire alarm last Monday about
o'clock p. m. was caused by the bun
ing out of a chimney at the home of
L. Hawkins, on South Main street,
waa a long, muddy run for onr bra
firemen, who are always ready ai
willing to do their duty.
The city fathers are now figuring <
a sewerage system for Anderson. .
a meeting of the conncii last Frid
night J. L. Ludlow, an engineer and
experienced sewer builder, gave it
his opinion that the system could,
put in for 035,000or $40,000.
S. N. Browne, of Centerville Tow
ship, who has so1 efficiently and al
filled the position of Magistrate foi
number of years, has tendered his :
signation to vb o Governor, and it 1
been reff rred cu the Senator and R<
resentat'.ves ff. thia County to name
The Belton Dramatic Club will rc
der the amateur drama, in two at
"Among tho Breakers," and the far
"Thirty Minutes for Refreshments,'
the Academy Hall, Belton, S. C.,
Wednesday evening, Dec. 25th. 1
mission, 25 cents; reserved seats,
cents; children, under 12 years old
President Beattie, ol' the Blue Rh
Railroad, is.now ready to begin
erection of tho union depot in this c
It will be erected on tho site of
present depot, which will be mo
out of the way and used until the r
one is completed. The new depot i
cost about $8,000, aud the work '
commence at once.
A book typewriter has been pu
the office ot the Clerk of Court. I
a large and fine machine and is tho
snit of many years of study and w<
The type is clear-cut and plain. '
writing mechnniem moves across
page and can be adjusted to any s
book. The book machines are cou
into uso all over tho country. 1
machine here is used for recording.
It is now propor for a young mai
call his sweetheart a potato instea
a peach. Although tho potato has
the creamy skin of tho pench,
dearer by far, and ia improved
mashing. If you wnnt to make a I
ing ask her if she is your swe:?t; pot
nnd as she deposits the silky tressci
your manly bosom, you will hear
softest, sweetest voice answer,
W. H. Cnlder, clerk at the H
Chiquola, received a telegram lost
urday morning announcing the sud
death of an aged maiden aunt, 1
Sallie Horndoi-, at her home at Co
.nay. Ho left for that place on
first train, and shortly nfter rend
there his mother passed away sudi
ly. The latter had been in fe
health for a long time, nnd tho sui
death cf her sister, it is thou
brought on heart failure, which
the cause of her death. Mr. Cab
many friends in tho city sympnt
with him in his sore bereavement.
Jae. M. Payne, Anderson County's
effioient ?nd clever Treasurer, says tho
report going the rounds of tho State
press announcing that he will be a can
didate for State Treasurer next year, is
not true. He will be a candidate for
his present position next year, and says
two years hence he might be induced to
ask the support of his friends through
out the State for the position of State
D. A. P. Jordan, more familiarly
known as Parker Jordan, waa found
dead in his bed last Sunday at his homo
in Greonwoou. Cerebral hemorrhage
was tho cause of his death. Mr. Jor
dan, who was one of Greenwood's most
popular and prominent citizens, has
frequently visited Anderson and has
many friends hero who deeply regret
to hear of his death. Ho was about GO
years of ago and a bachelor.
Hov. lt. ll. 1 bignall, of Pickens, gave
us a call on his return from tho Con
form?e, and ho is looking exceedingly
well. Ho has been transferred from
Pickens and will be located next year
at Starr, Anderson County. It is a
soured of much regret to him that the
pleasant relations at Pickens aro to bo
severed, but bas the consolation that bo
is the only "star" preacher belonging to
tho Conference.-Greenville Mountain
Miss Othello McConnell, daughter of
J. Milt. McConnell, ot this County,
who recently left here to visit her
uncle, A. P. Hailey, of Tacoma, Wash
ington, w as married on Thursday, 28th
ult., to S. h. Atkinson, a popular citi
zen of that city. This announcement
was an agreeable surprise to the ninny
friends and relatives of tho bride in
this County, and we join them in ex
Tho Bazaar given by tho ladies of
Grace Episcopal Church for tho beueilt
of their now church building fund last
week was a most enjoyable occasion
and a big success in every respect. Il
was liberally patronized and about
$500 wero added to the fund. In thc
voting contest Miss Isabel VanWych
was awarded the dictionary given bj
THE INTELLIGENCER, Master Joe
Broyles the doll given by Julius H,
Weil & Co., aud Miss Lucy Brown thc
doll given by Mrs. Cray ton.
Mr. David Gaillard died suddenly ni
his homo near Sandy Springs last Fri
day night, aged 42 years. He was al
work during the morning covering i
house near his home, and at noon com
plained of a severe pain in his breast
Ho went home and Dr. J. G. Ducwortl
was summoned to bis bedside. Ht
gave him some medicine and did not
consider his condition serious. Thal
night about nine o'clock he lind anoth
er severe pain and soon expired. A
widow and several children survivi
Rev. lt. C. Li goo, of this County, hai
accepted a call to the pastorate of tw<
Presbyterian Churches in,_ Newbery
County, and will leave here to-morrow
with his family for his new field of labor
Mr. Ligon has served Good Hopf
Church, in Corner Township, for thc
past twenty-five years, and is an eames
and gifted divine. He and hii> familj
have numerous friends throughout th?
County, regardless of denominations
and all of them regret to see them leav
this County. Moy God bless his worl
in his new field of labor.
E.H.Elliott had the misfortune ti
have a 600-pound bale of cotton stolei
from him in the early part of last week
The bale had been ginned at Mr. E. C
Merritt's gin at Fair Play and was ly in
in the yard ready to be marketed. O
last Thursday, when Mr. Elliott wet
to get his cotton to carry it to Andei
Bon to sell, behold it was nowhere tob
found, and thc supposition is that
has been stolen. The bale was nun
bered 264 and marked E. H. E. Th
is a great loss to Mr. Elliott and w
hope ho will be able to recover his coi
ton and capture the thief.-Kerna
Joseph Harris, tho eldest son of J. .
Major, died at his home on South M<
D uilie street last Monday m om ii:
about ll o'clock. He was taken ill la
Thursday, and within tho nexttwent:
four hours this illness developed int
an attack of acute raoningetis, whit
gradually grew worse until death cnn
to relieve bim of his sufieringu. J<
seph wns 14 years ot age, ana was t
exceedingly intelligent boy, with
genial disposition, and very courteoi
in his manners. The death of such
promising boy is indeed a sore b
reavement to the devoted parents. Tl
funeral services were conducted yei
terday at ll a. ra. at tho family ret
dence by Rev. J. D. Chapman, and tl
remains were buried at Silver Brook.
Mrs. Ellen Langoex, wife of our ve
embie friend, Charles Langoex, died
lier home in Garvin Township <
Thursday, 28th ult., after au illness
several months, in the G8tn year of h
age. Shu was a most excellent Chi i
tinn woman, having long been a mei
ber of Carmel Presbyterian Clime
where her remains were interred. S
was a daughter of the late David Ro
inson, and was born and reared ai
spent most of her life in thp neighbc
hood where she died. She leaves
bereaved husband and one son to cbc
ifih her memory. The son lives
Charlotte, Ni C., and the aged hiisbni
and father will go there to reside wi
The last issue of the Keowee Coori
contained tho following notice of t
death of a leading citizen of Ocon
County who had many friends and rt
atives in Anderson County: ".Mr. A
drew. P. Cox died at his homo nc
Westminster, on Monday evening, H
cembcr 2,1001. nt 0 o'clock, aged se
en ty years. He had been in declinii
health for several months, nntl 1
death ,wns not unexpected. Tho a
nouncementof hisdenth, however, w
bo received with profound sorrow
many friends. During his threo seo
and ten years he had been regarded
one of our most respected and suhsta
tinl citizens. He was ever faithful
the discharge of duty both in wnr ai
peace. As a member of Company
Orr's Regiment of Rifles, under Capt.
J. Norton, he saw four years of servi
during 'tho times that tried mei
souls.' Returning home after tho w
he resumed work on his farm with mu
energy and industry. Ho leaves st
viving two sons, J. L. Cox, of Pelz?
and Edward Cox, cf Montana; th?
daughters, Misses Rosalie, Julia a
Nettie, who reside on the Cox hone
stead. Ho was a devoted member
the Presbyterian church for ma
Is Built On !
Tho confidence of our customers is the key-note of our
success, lt is not what we say that brings us so much
trade, as it is tho feeling on the part of our customers that
what we say can bo most implicitly relied upon.
We claim to have the
For $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 to be found anywhere.
Better drop in and get one of these Coats before your
size is sold.
/ Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
BONE AND POTASH,
A ? * '
We have on hand a large quantity of the above named
They are in perf~ ~t condition, and manufactured espe
cially for small grain crops.
Our goods and prices will interest yon if you are going to
sow wheat. Yours truly,
D. C. BROWN & BRO.
CST South Main Street.
Our special preparation of Bone and Potash for wheat
will prevent rust, and makes a fine yield.
GENUINE PEIPER GUNS.-The equal of which, at the price, have
never before been brought to this market.
SINGLE-BARREL BREECH-LOADING GUNS, with barrels of
finest quality Steel. Genuino Walnut Stocks. Perfectly made and beauti
fully ii nish od. An assortment of Breech-Loading Guns from which you can
make a selection of anything desired.
LOADED SHELLS.-A solid Car Lead received.
NITRO CLUB SMOKELESS SHELLS at only 50c. per box.
POWDER, CAPS, CARTRIDGES,
WADS, PRIMERS. EMPTY SHELLS,
HUNTING COATS, &c.
EVERYTHING REQUIRED BY THE SPORTSMAN
Can be found in our mammoth Stock.
Sullivan Hardware Co.