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Will 8tan<l in their own light not to inspect
&?f? Stock of Groceries
j Before making their Purchases.
Our Grocery Department is now complete. We are pre
pared to handle a large Grocery Trade. We are on the inside
Canned Goods, &c.
Our basement is crowded, and still we receive more daily.
When it comes to FRIGES we fear no COMPETITION. To
Farmers looking for?
We wish to say that we are thoroughly prepared to handle
the Supply Business. Bring your hirelings and tenants to
us. We can supply their needs.
To those wishing to buy?
Early Spring ? Summer Goods
We will say that we have recently opened up an elegant lino
And just such Goods as are in demand right now.
You can secure, also, some rare?
BARGAINS IN WINTER GOODS,
Such as Ladies' Beady-made Garments,
Underwear, Blankets &c.
Don't forget that
j Will buy Goods CHEAP of us. We want the?
And wUl offer all the inducements possible to merit it. If I
you have the?
CASH TO SPEND
You con make it go as far, if not a little bit further, at our|
Store than elsewhere.
We always guarantee Price and Quality.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
A.rV?>?BtSO?N'. ?. CL
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1902.
THE COTTON HABKET.
Strict Good Middling?7?.
Don't put ofi making your tax return
to the County Auditor.
ThiB changeable weather has brought
on an epidemic of the grippe.
John Kelley, of Texas, is visiting his
father aud other relatives in this Coun
L. S. Mattison otters some line breeds
of poultry for sale. Read his adver
Dr. J. M. Richardson is erecting a
neat and commodious dwelling house
on West Belton street.
The new advertisement of tho Brock
Hardware Co. will prove especially in
teresting to tho farmers.
Attention is directed to tho new ad
vertisement of W. P. Marshall &, Co.,
who are ottering goods at cost.
Those who have travelled over the
County say they have never seen tho
public roads in better condition.
The presence of tho commercial tou
rist iu our midst every day indicates
that business is not at a standstill.
Mr. A. F. McCurry, of this county,
has removed to Mountain Creek, An
derson county, S. C.?Hartwell Sun.
C. F. Jones returned last week from
a trip to tho Northern markets, where
he purchased a large stock of Spring
The firm of Wilhite & Wilhite will
retire from business and offer their en
tire stock of drugs for sale. See ad
Moore, Acker & Co. make an impor
tant announcement this week to the la
dies, who should read their advertise
The first heavy rain this year fell in
this section last Monday night, and it
was accompanied by a little snow,
sleet and hail.
Tennessee horses and mules are now
on the market, but the demand for
them is not as great as usual in this
section at this time.
Col. J. A. Hoy t, of Greenville, spent
last Saturday in the city attending the
exercise? of the unveiling of the Con
Miss Janie Clark and Miss Janie Ruff
Clarke, of Anderson, are visiting at the
home of Mr. ?. L, Clark, on Main
Thos. A Murrah, accompanied by his
little son, of Union, 5. C, has been
spending a few days in the city visiting
his mother and sisters.
James Johnson and family, of the
Cedar Grove section, have moved up
into Oconee County, near Walhalla, to
make their future home.
The examination Jor teachers' certifi
cates will be held in this city on Febru
ary 21st next. See advertisement of
Married, by J. P. Anderson, Magis
trate, at his. residence, Jan. 19, 1002,
Mr. M. ?. Adam? and Miss Emma
Charping, both of Hartwell, Gh>
Married, on Sunday, January 10,
1002, at Iva, by Rev. J. E. Spearman,
Mr. John W. Jrown and Miss Hester
Dixon, both of Anderson County.
A few bales of cotton are on the
streets of the city every day, and wo
are told that a number of farmers are
still holding a part of their crop for a
Congressman Latimer has succeeded
in having Broyles poBtoffice, in Fork
Township, re-established. This will
be greatly appreciated by the people of
.'. Rev. T. C. Li gon will preach in the
Presbyterian Church at Deans, next
Sunday, 28th inst., at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Everybody is cordially invited to attend
Lesser & Co., in their new advertise
in en this week, announce an extraordi
nary clearance sale. Read what they
say, and if you are seeking bargains
give them a call.
Hon. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville,
spent last Saturday in the city attend
ing the unveiling of the Confederate
monument, and was warmly greeted by
his many old friends.
Married, on Tuesday afternoon. Jan.
21, 1002, at the home of Rev. W. B.
Hawkins, the officiating minister, in
this city, Mr. J. C. Thacker and Miss
Lizzie Campbell, of Oconee County.
Mr. and .Mrs. Aris Cox have issued
invitations to the marriage of their
daughter, Blanche, to Stiles N. Hughs
on Tuesday afternoon, February 4th,
at 2 o'clock, at their residence in Bel
Last Saturday in Columbia Hon. G.
E. Prince was elected Speaker pro tern
of the House of Representatives, de
feating Representative Bacot, of
Charleston, who was his only oppo-'
Those who are thinking of running
for office this summer are already feel
ing around to test publie sentiment
and ascertain if they can get enough
votes to make a showing iu the pri
J. S. McCelland, of tho Septns sec
tion, who has been engaged at Central
the past two months erecting a dwell
ing house for a citizen of that town,
has ?etnrned home, and gave us a call
B. Frank Mauldin, of this city, at
tended a meeting of tho stockholders
of the Bank of Due West a few days
ago and was re-elected President of the
Bank, which position he has held since
It does one good these days to meet
a cheerful, hopeful farmer. They have
infinite faith in the land and tho sea
sons and they are going to work as
th..ugh they knew they were going to
have a favorable year.
W. F. Hays, who Jins been living in
Varennea Township, has gono to Ma
rion County, Texas, where his eldest
son resides and where' he. will make his
futnre home. Mr. Hays is an upright,
worthy citizen, nud wo join his
friends in wishing him success in his
Ajneeting of Camp W. W. Hum
phreys, Sons of Veterans, will be held
! to-morrow afternoon at 5 o'clock in
; Clerk of Court Watkins' office, in the
; Court House. Every member of the
Camp is earnestly requested to attend,
J as some important badness will be
A Good Hondo Convention will bo
held in Columbia on the 80th and olst
inst., and no doubt will bo largely at
tended by citizens from every section
of the State Anderson Couuty should
send down a large delegation.
Our clover and popular young friend.
Rev. O. J. Cope-laud, has been appoint
ed by Gov. McSweeney chaplain on his
stall witb iho rank of Lieutennut
Colonel. The Governor has done more
than well in tbo appointment.
Hosemond Kay, who moved fromtbis
County to Texas about fourteen years
a?o, died at Tyler on tho let inst. His
wife, four sons and ono daughter sur
vive liim. The deceased has many old
friends and relatives in this County.
. Kev. J. E. Wallace, of tho Presbyte
rian Theological Seminary. Columbia,
S. Cm will preach in tho Good Hope
Church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Tho friends of the congrega
tion aro invited to attend tho services.
A serious accident occurred at the
Cumberland Coal Mine, Millstone,
Tonn., last Thursday evcuing. Two
I negroes wero killed and seven others
injured. One of the negroes killed was
Leon Newell, who is put down as being
from Anderson, S. C.
By special concession on tho part ol*
tho publishers, wo are enabled to send
the Atlanta Semi-Weekly Journal and
Tho Home and Farm with Tho Intel
ligencer ono year for $3.25, cash in ad
vance. These rates will bo limited to
a short time. Now is tho time to sub
Cnpt. Geo. W. Sullivan, Hewlett
Sullivan, W. S. Ramsey and W.J.
Trammoll have organized a stock com
pany for tho purpose of conducting a
wholesale and retail grocery business
in this city. Wo extend them a cordial
welcome to Anderson and wish them
Col. Henry Watterson, the distin
guished editor and lecturer, will deliv
er a lecture in the Opera House to-mor
row (Thuisday) evening, under tho
auspices of the Lyceum Association.
A rich intellectual treat is in store for
those who hear thU lecture. The price
of admission is 50 and 75 cents.
Last Monday afternoon about 2
o'clock a false alarm of fire gave the
fireman a iong rnn over to Society
street. The alarm was caused by a
large volume of smoke issuing from a
chimney at the home of J. It. McGn
kin and blowing into the dwelling
house, near by, of Rev. H.R. Murchi
The annual report of the Board of
Trustees of Winthrop College has been
submitted to the General Assembly,
and shows the institution to be in a
flourishing condition. At the close of
the last josion every County in the
State wa. represented in the roll of
students, Anderson County having
The annual meetings of the stock
holders of the Farmers and Merchants
Bank and of the Farmers Loan and
Trust Company were held in the city
last week. All of the otficers of both
organizations were re-elected, and the
business transactions of the past year
were very satisfactory to the stock
Judge Z. T. Taylor died at Standard,
Fla., last Sunday, aged 78 years, leav
ing a wife and eight children to cherish
his memory. Judge Taylor is a broth
er of our townsman, E. W. Taylor, and
was formerly a citizen of Anderson.
He has many old friends throughout
this section who will regret to hear of
.In the exhibit of Greenville County
at the Charleston Exposition is a silk
dress that was made during tho sixties
by Mrs. Samuel Reid, of Oconee Coun
ty. This dress is owned by Mrs. Mat
tie Orr Patterson, of this city, and was
a part of her wedding trousseau at tho
time of her marriage in 1808.?Green
Among the numerous visitors in the
city last Saturday was our good friend,
D. A. Smith, of Walhalla. Mr. Smith
is one of the editors and proprietors of
The Keowee Courier, and Oconee
County's efficient Judge of Probate.
He is a native of this County, and has
many old friends here who are always
more than pleased to greet him.*
Our little friend, John B. Patrick,
Jr., son|of Cant. J. M. Patrick, i9 the
?rond owner of a small saddle, which
e has just received as a gift from an
uncle in the Philippine Islands. It was
captured from a native and shows the
marks of a sword. The saddle is a
small, substantial one, and will do ser
vice for our little friend many years.
During his stay in Anderson, Col.
James Armstrong, of Charleston, was
the guest of Mr.and Mrs. Wm. Laughlin
at their hospitable home on North Main
street. On Friday evening they ten
dered their distinguished guest a most
enjoyable reception, which was attend
ed by a few intimate friends and rep
resentatives from the organizations of
the Veterans and Sons and the Daugh
The Columbia State of tho 10th inst.
says: "A pardon was also granted to
H. T. Morrison, convicted in Anderson
County of larceny at the last spring
term and sentenced to 18 months on the
chaingang. The man "has served the
greater portion of the sentence and he
as a wife and four little children who
are in distress. Upon proper recom
mendation tho Governor granted tho
Tbo building at Storevilie. occupied
by Mr. J. L. Jackson, merchant, was
destroyed by tire at noon last Monday,
together with tho contents. The loss
is estimated at $2.000, covered by
$1,200 insurance. Tho building was
old and a frame structure and burned
rnpidly. It is thought it. took tiro from
the stove Hue, as the roof was in a
blazo when discovered. Mr. Jackson
Our clever friend, J. H. C. Turner,
of Williamston Township, gavo us a
call yesterday and exhibited to us a line
Indian relic that ho picked up on the
banks of Big Creek, near Big Creek
Church, the day preceding. It is a very
large Indian stono pipo carved very
prettily. Mr. Turner has a number of
other Indian relics which ho found on
tho samo creek, and some of them are
Tho solo sang in tho Methodist
Church last Sunday morning by Miss
Cnro Miller, of Anderson, was most
charmingly rendered, holding the con
gregation spellbound all the while.
Miss >'Miller has a full sweet voice,
whn.h she has under fine control. She
has a line musical talent which is al
ways enjoyed and fully appreciated by
the people of Abbeville.?Abbovillo
Press and Banner.
Tho recent action of tho Legislaturo
in reference to printing falso state- j
ments leads us to refer somewhat tim- ,
oroiasly to the effusion of Messrs. Dean
<y "Watlitre, which appears in another
column. We can not, under tho now
statute, say that these gentlemen aro
the only merchants in Anderson, but
we can conscientiously say that it will
pay you to read their now advertise
ment this week it you ever expect to
buy anything <"bo for cort.
A man was afraid of thunder ami I
crawled into a hollow log as a place of
safety* says a truth 'I exchange Tin?
thunder roared ami the rain poured
down in torrents. The log began to
swell and the poor follow was wedged
in. Paat sins began passing before
him. Suddenly he remembered ho had
not paid his subscription to his countv
paper and then he felt so small that he |
was able to back 1 ight out.
Mrs. J. J. Jones died at her homo I
near Septna yesterday morning, after a I
week's illness with pneumonia, and
tho announcement of her death was a
front shock to many of her friends. J
1rs. Jones was 05 yours of age, and I
was a most excellent Christian woman, J
who will be greatly missed in her
neighborhood. A devoted husband
and six children survive her. Tin?
body will ho laid to rest to-day at
Lebanon Cnurch, of which she was a
devoted member, Rev. T. 1*. Lido con
ducting the funeral services.
A small frame house, ou West llaiup- j
ton street, helonging to John T. Bur
riss and occupied by Julias Jackson,
colored, as tenant, "was destroyed by
tiro Saturday night last about 1*1
o'clock. Tho smell of kerosene ami !
other circumstances indicated that a
torch had been applied,and very strong
evidences pointed to John Simpson, J
son-in-law of Jackson, as the incendi
ary. Monday Simpson was arrested
under a warrant for assaulting Iiis wilt' I
in December last. Ho was accused of
the burning but strenuously denied it
until confronted with facts "contradict- I
ing statements he had made, lie will J
ho arraigned for arson, the lonalty for j
which, in this State, is death, it not ro- I
commended to mercy by the jury.
J. R. Callahan, who has been con- 1
ducting a general merchandise business J
here for several years, has tiled a peti- I
tiou for voluntary bankruptcy. Tho I
assets are about 810.000; liabilities I
about $4,000. Mr. Callahau was com- I
polled to take this action on account I
of poor collections. Last yenr was an
exceedingly hard year on the merchants, I
as tho farmers generally were unable
to pay up their accounts on account of I
the short crop, Mr. Cailahan has been i
doing a nice business for many years ]
and has gained the good will ot every ]
one who nas had any business dealings
with him, and it is to be regretted that
he was unable to collect the money due
him, as it would have enabled him to
continue his business.?Honea Path
Mrs. Jane Gordon, widow of the late
David Gordon, died at her home in
Varennes Township last Monday
morning, at thonpe old age of 04 years.
She was not afflicted with any disease,
but, as u vesult of her extreme age, had
become quite feeble, though she was
conscious almost to her last breath.
The remains were interred yesterday
at 11 a. m. in the Varenues Churchyard,
of which Church she was a member,
Rev. H. C. Fennel conducting the fu
neral services. Two sons and two
daughters Burvive her. Mrs. Gordon
always lived in the section where she
died, and was a most remarkable wo
man. V rter the death of her husband
she mai "ged her farm very successful
ly, and was very industrious and full
of energy. She was in every sense a
good woman, and was most highly es
teemed by a wide circle of friends.
Wednesday, February 10, has been
set apart as Pythian Day at the Expo
sition in Charleston, and a large num
ber of Knights of this section will be
present. At the last regular meeting
of Chiquola Lodge a committee, con
sisting of C. C. L?ngsten, Lee G. Hol
leman and S. N. Gilmer, was appointed
to communicate with the Lodges at
Walhalla, Seneca, Piedmont, Pelzer,
Williamston, Helton, Honen Path and
Dae West, and arrange to have special
Pullman cars to carry tho members
from these Lodges in a body to
Charleston on the uight of February
18th, and to arrange other details. The
round trip faro from Anderson will bo
$5.00, and the tickets will be good for
Beven days. The rates from the other
points named will be the same in pro
portion. Much interest is being taken
in tho event by the Knights all over
the State, and the Lodges named must
be well represented.
Many children ara poisoned and made
nervous and weak, ir not killed outright,
by mothers giving them cough syrups
containing opiates. Foley's Honey and
Tar is a safe and certain remedy for
coughs, oroup and lung troubles, and is
the only prominent cough medicine that
contains no opiates or other poisons.
Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Every boy wants a Gun of some kind.
His sporting nature craves the delight
which a Gun affords. An Air Rifle will
satisfy him if it is well made and has
sufficient shooting strength to m*ke it
more than a mere toy. .Sullivan Hard
ware Co. have a line of these Rifles that
are made to stand the hard usage to
which the boys ..subject them without
''going to pieces." 'They are beautifully
finished and are far above comparison
with the ordinary "make shifts" on the
market. Call for a "Daisy" when you
want the best.
The prevention of consumption is en
tirely a question of commencing the
proper treatment in time. Nothing is so
well adapted to wsrd off fatal lung trou
bles as Foley's Honey and Tar. Sold by
Tho Indies all like easy-cutting, well
tempered 8cissors. Brock Hdw. Co. cater
to the wants of the ladies, and can fur
nish just sooh Scissors as will please them.
I'ho manv friends of G. H. Hausan,
Ep^ineor, L. E. ?L W. R. R., at present
living in Lima, O., will be pleased to
know of bis recovery from threatened
kidney disease. He writes, "I wascured
by u;-:ng Foley's Kidney Cure, which f
recommend to nil, especially trainmen
who are usually similarly afflicted."
Sold by Evans Phannaiy.
r If you went a set of Knives and Forks
for Christmas don't fall fo inspect tho
Une carried by Brook Hdw. Co. They
study to please their customers, and their
large sales in this line is evidence of their
thorough knowledge of what will best
meet tho requirements of their patrons.
A negloeted cough or cold may load to
serious bronchial or lung troubles. Don't
take chances when Foley'H llonoy and
Tar affords perfect Hecnrit3? from serious
effects of a cold. Sold by Evans Phar
Twenty-live Dollars will buy a fairly
uood square practice Piano at tho (5. A.
Roed Music House. They are intrinsi
cally worth double that amount.
A Life nt Stake.
If you but know tho splendid merit of
Foley's Uouoy und Tar you would never
bo without It. A dosf or two will pre
vent an attack of pnoutnonia or la grippp.
It may s*ve your lifo. Evans. Pharmacy.
j Pocket ICnlves for tho men and boys ?
I a tremendous stock of mo*t carefully se
I looted Pocket Cutlery is offered by Brock
j Hdw. Co. Speolal "designs to suit tho
I Christmas trade.
I In Bed for Six Weeks with Ln Grippe.
I We havo received the following letter
I from Mr. Roy Kemp of Angola, Ind. "I
i was in bed four weeks with la grippe and
j I tried many remedies and spent consul
I erablo for treatment with physicians, but
I received no relief until I tried Foley's
Honey and Tar. Two small bottles ot
this medicine cored me and I now use it
exclusively In rv.y family. Take no Sub
stitutes. Sold by Evans Pharmacy.
Is Built On !
The confidence of our customers is the key-note of onr
success. It is not what we say that brings us so much
trade, as it is the feeling on the part of our customers that
what we say can be most implicitly relied upon.
We claim to have the?
For $5.00, 37.50, $10.00 and $12.50 to be found anywhere.
Better drop in and get one of these Coats before your
Bize is sold.
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
We represent the Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., the Largest
Manufacturers of Fertilizers in the World.
IN buying their goods you get Fertilizers made by old, reliable Facto
ries, and are guaranteed to be the finest goods on the market. Our aim is to
give our customers better goods, better service and better treatment than they
can gej; from any other establishment.
CET OUR PRICES
Before placing your orders for large contracts. We can give you?
Powers, Gibbo & Go's. Goods, the Stono,
Standard, Royal and Wando Complete Fertilizers and
Blood Guanos, Acid Phosphate, with or without Potash,
Kainita, Nitrates, Soda and Muriate Potash, &c.
We trust that fortune will smile on you during the coming year, and
stamp her seal of prosperity on every venture.
South. Main Street.
GENUINE PEIPKR 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. Genuine Walnut Stocks. Perfectly made and beauti
fully finished. An assortment of Breech-Loading Guns from wuich you can
make a selection of anything desired.
LOADED SHELLS.?A solid Car Load received.
NITRO CLUB SMOKELESS SHELLS at only 50c. per box.
POWDER, CAPS, CARTRIDGES,
WADS, PRIMERS, EMPTY SHELLS,
HUNTING COATS, &c.
CUCDVTUINr DmillDCn DV Tur COfiDTCM?W
tVtrS? ! iiiMM iityJIiiLu ui i nc orun I OMHPfl
Can he found in our mammoth Stock.
Sullivan Hardware Co.