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Our Spring Dress Goods
Ase ?itx??ti?g attention.
Our Black Dress Goods
Are noted far and near. Oar reputation for Black Goods is
fully sustained ; in fact, our offerings for this season are in
advance of all former offerings. We are showing the
In great vrriety.
In Wash Goods
We are showing an immense line.
Good assortment of Fine Ginghams, Madras Cloths, Gala
tea Cloth, Percales, &c.
Linens and Linen Colors are in great demand-we are
showing a variety of them. N
One of the largest and best assorted stocks in the city.
This promises to be a great white season, consequently we
are well supplied with White Goods.
Are one of the season's fads; they are to be used in various
ways and for sundry purposes. We have the correct Ribbons.
The season will probably be a record-breaker on
Laces and Embroideries
And we are in position to meet the demand. Our
Is presided over by Mrs. Jane Gaillard Robinson and Miss
Sallie Bowie. You will please remember this department.
We will show as pretty and as attractive Millinery as any
Store in the city.
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As is weU kno wn we have long carried a full line of goods
for beautifying the home, such as Curtains, Draperies, Shades,
Bugs, Art Squares, Carpets, Mattings, &c.
Ready-to-Wear Percales, Madras and Lawn Waists from
50c upi to $2.50. -ri 'j
Special value in Silk Waists at $5.00.
ASK TO SEE THEM.
Beautiful Cloth Skirts $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
$5.00, $5.50? $6.00, $7.50 and $10.00.
Handsome Silk Skirts at $6.50. $8.50, $10.00, $12.50,
$15.00, $20.00 and $25.00.
Ladies' Oxford Ties-Hhe swellest an J most up-to-date
styles, at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
Many Spring Novelties, such as Ladies' Neckwear, Ladies'
Paney Hosiery, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, &c.
Remember that ours is a most Complete stock of General
Merchandise at Guaranteed Prices.
FARM SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY.
Come or send us your orders.
' Should see our Stock.
Come and see us or write for Samples.
. Mail orders receive prompt att ention.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WEDNESDAY. MAR. 26. 1902.
April will probably be ae fickle as a
maid in her teens.
x_Tho Easter hat is a thing of beau
ty ? w;il extremely ? loire ry.
Next Friday is Good Friday and next
Sunday is Easter Sunday.
Farmers are hauling fertilizers away
from town at a lively rato. '
An old citizen * cays that a big snow
fell in tais section on April 15, 1849.
Do not fail to read carefully the new
advertisement of the C. F. Jones Com
Remember, next Monday is the last
day to pay your State and County
Julius H. Weil & Co.'s new adver
tisement tells yon of some nice Easter
Mrs. Eugene Fant bas gone te Abbe
ville to spend a few weeks with her
The new advertisement of B. ?.
Evans & Co. should be read carefully
by the iis?i? sex.
If you aro looking for bargains, read
the new advertisement of John A. Aus
tin and t ho Magnet.
Farmers are stiii behind with their
work, and but little gardening has been
done in this section.
Year attention is directed to the new
advertisement of Lesser ic Co. Tho
lad? s especially should read it.
La it Saturday was a bright, clear
day. Some say it was the third clear
Saturday we have had this year.
Ocr Iola, Roberts and Corner Creek
news letters did not reach us until last
evening, too late for publication this
The C. A. Reed Music House are of
fering a few second-hand pianos at
bargain prices. Read the new adver
Every citizen of this County should '
?o to work to make Anderson County
ay at the Exporition in Charleston a
Mrs. T. D. Cartledge is in the city
ninian/, .lin f_; I - I-I-il_t"
1101UU5 vdu iiiuiiij UL ucl uiu LUCI-1 ll -
law, Rev. S. J. Cartledge, at the Pres
by er hm manse.
This section has had some most
delightful Spring weather the past
week, and the formers and gardeners
have put in good time. "v
The public should read wha^Osborne
& Pearson have to say about Spring
goods in their advertisement in this
issue. It is important.
Next Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the ladies of the Central Presbyterian
Church will have an Easter egg hunt
on the P. M. I. grounds.
The public is most cordially invited
to attend the special Easter services in
St. John;s Methodist Church next Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Misses Ida Seel and Norma Garrett
went to Charleston last week to spend
a few weeks, the former with relatives
and the latter with friends.
Mrs. W. F- Marshall and children,
who have been spending several weeks
at York ville, S. C., visiting relatives,
returned home a few days ago.
Mrs. Ti S. Clayton is now in the mil
linery department of Moore, Acker &
Co.T8 store, where she will be pleased
to serve her friends at any time.
At the request of the Townville pas
tor, Rev. S. M. Jones, Rev. J. W. Bai
ley will preach at Cedar Grove Church
next Sunday afternoon at ll o'clock.
Capt. J. C. Marshall, ot' the Southern
Railway, moved his family last Mon
day from this city to Colombia. Their
many friends regret to Bee them leave.
All who visit the Exposition in
Charleston from Anderson return home
amazed and delighted. Everything is
on a much grander scale than they an
The citizen of any town who sends
money away from horns for that which
he can get at his own door, is not a use
ful and patriotic citizen-is unworthy
Tho Farmers' Oil Mill, of this city,
has notified the Secretary of State that
it has increased its capital stock to
840,000. J. J. Fretwell is president of
Rey. S. J. Cartledge will preach at
Midway Church next Sunday afternoon
at 3:80 o'clock. The friends of the con
gregation are cordially invited to at
tend the BerviceB;
W. Baylis Hall, who lives in Hope
well Township, while out in one of his
fields a few days ago, found a silver
coin one hundred years old, it having
been coined in 1801.
Camp W. W. Humphreys, Sonn of
Confederate Veterans, met last Thurs
day and elected Wilton E. Lee, Dr. J.
P. -Duckett and Dr. J. <3; Harris dele
gates to tho Reunion, in Di-Iii J.
Our little friend, Ansel Norryce, mei.
. with a painful acoident yesterday.
He was trying .to ?cut a stick with an
axe, which struck one of his feet and
came hear severing one of his toes.
Including to-day there are only five
more days in which to pay State and
County taxes. Cov.^ Treasurer
Payne informed us last evening that
there were abont 2,500 persons who
had not yet paid np.
The County Board of Equalization
met in the city yesterday and bad a
busy day's work. J. P.- Ledbetter was
elected chairman, and D. Aaron Geer
will represent the County as a member
of the State Board.
The chimney of the residence of Mr.
William Brown, on Orr street, burned
ont about ' 7:80 o'clock lost evening.
Some person saw the blaze and gave
the lire alarm. The firemen were soon
on the premises bat had no work to do.
Mr. and Mrs. Augustine T. Smythe,
of Cheleston, have issued invitations
for the marriage of their daughter, Su
san D. Adger, to Mr. John Bennett, on
Wednesday, April 2, at. 7:80 o'clock, at
tho SecohdPresby terian Church in that
Col. Robert W. Hnut, the genial
division passenger agent of thje South
ern Railway, with headquarters in
Charleston spent a few hours in the city
last Monday completing arrangements
for the trip of the Veterans to the Re
union in Texas next month.
J. L. Ludlow, engineer of the sewer
age system, arrived in the city last
Friday and has submitted his plans and
sp?cifications for the system. He esti
mates the cost. at $40,000 for about
twelve miles of sewers, which will cov
er the greater portion .of the city .
Tho Secretary of State has '?sued a
commission to tho Belton Loan and In
vestment Association, which is to have
a capital stock of $5,000. The purpose
; is indicated in tho name. .The corpo
rators are W. K. Stringer, J. A. Horton,
VV. C. CJinkscales, I. W. Cox and W.
Mc: rs. W..D; Mann, of Abbeville,
John C. Mobley, o? Fairfield, W. B.
Love, of York, and M. O. Ko viand, of
Spartanburg, members of tho State
Boat d of Penitentiary Directors, were
in tho ; city yesterday. They visited
and inspected tho Connty convict
I stockade, and were very compliment
ary in their remarks In reference to the
condition they found everything in.
They aliso complimented Supervisor
Vandivor for his excellent arrange
ments in working them and caring for
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burri sa, of this |
County, left la?t Saturday for Calosa,
California, vkere they will xnako their
homo in the futuro. We join their
many friends in wishing them much
success in their new home.
The fruit tresa in thia suction had a
very narrow escape from the so vero
freeze and heavy frost of a week ago.
Surely this week will close ?he doors of
old winter, and tho peach blossoms 1
will come forth promising a splendid
crop of this delicious fruit, So tar only
a few trees are in bloom.
Miss Lucia Cater, of Anderson, is in
town, the guest of Misses Cater. Miss
Cater will bo in the city a week with
the lirra of ll. M Haddon, before going
to Duo West, whero she will take
charge of the millinery department of
Mr. H add o n'a store in that place.-Ab
beville Press and Banner.
Prof H. N. Snyder, of Wofford Col
lego, will deliver tho annual address
before the Alumnae Association of
Williamston Female Coll?ge on
Wednesday evening, J une 4. The an
nual sermon will be delivered on
Thursday eveniug, June 5, by Dr. E. E.
llosas editor of the Nashville Advocate.
At a meeting of Camp Stephen D.
Lee, United Confederate Veterans,
held last Friday afternoon for the yur-1
?ose of electing delegates to the
'welfth Annual Kennion, to be held in
Dallas, Texas, on April 22-25, the fol
lowing named Veterans wevo elected:
Dr. ll. P. Divver and J. F. ClinkBcnles;
alternates, D. H. Russell and John Es
The violet, though considered a very
modest Ho wer, is making quire a dis
play of ita beauties now, and is no
longer hiding in unassuming loveliness
iu ita leafy bowers, but has grown quito
royal and lifts bluo crowned head con
spicuously above its lowly bed, and its
frugrauce is borne on every breeze.
lt is certainly blooming most profusely
, Tom Rutledge and Pink Wallace, tho
two negroes who have been coniincd in
iail charged with the murder of Twine
Thompson, another negro, during
Christmas week, have been granted
bail by Judge Gage in tho sum ol
$1,000 each. Rutledge was released
last Saturday, J. F. Fant and W. B.
Magruder having endorsed his bond.
Wallace, it is paid, will raako his bone
Master William Wilcox entertained
quite a number of his friends at a de
hghtful tea last Friday evening. Th<
boys had a ?ne time and fully oppreci
ated the honor of being numbere<
among W ill ia m's friends. He is a no
ble boy and will make a grand mai
some of these days.-Elberton (Ga.
Tribune. Master Wm. is a "veritabl
chip off of the old block" and could no
be anything else but n noble boy.
Do you keep your money in trunk
and bureau drawers. If you hav
some you do not expect to uso fe
weeks or months deposit it in a bani
J. A. Horne, of Greenwood Count?
had gtt.Ki stolen lase week. Ho kept i
in a trunk. Mr. Horno has a brotli
-er who was robbed of ?000 in 1892
It is verv difficult for any ono to ha\
several hundred dollars out in tb
country without som? ono finding ot
Hon. E. M. Rucker, ir., has formal!
announced that he will be a candidat
for Congress from the Third Distrh
in the primary election this summe
Mr. Racker is a popular young lawyc
of this city, and for the past two yea:
has served this County most faithfull
and zealously as a member of the Lej
islature. He is well known througboi
the District, and his friends will 1
more than pleased Lo know that he hi
entered the race.
Among tho many visitors to our san
tum during tho pnBt week week wi
our venerable friend, Mr. Wm. Shirlo
of Broadway Township, who has be?
a reader of The Intelligencer ever sim
its first issue. Mr. Shirleyis now pa
his lour score years, but he its MI .ch
remarkably well preserved man thatl
does not appear to be mote than
Sears of age. Anderson County has i
otter or more worthy citizen, and v
hope he will live to celebrate bis ce:
The last iseue of the Keowee Cou
ier creaks as follows of a former citiz<
of Anderson County: "Capt. Wm. Pc
ry, of WalhaUa, will celebrate his eig
ty-third birthday to-morrow (Thursda
March 20th). He is hale and heart
and while the' frosts of eighty-thr
winters have left some of their trace
he is still "one of the boys." He w
born at Paterson, New Jersey, Mar?
20, 1810, and has been a resident
South Carolina. for sixty years. M
yet many years of happiness be in ste
for him, and may each succeeding ye
rest moro lightly upon his shoulde
than its predecessor."
The Charleston Evening Post of t
18th inst, says: "M. M. Mattisou,
Anderson, general State agent of tl
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Comp
ny, is registered at the St. John, k
Ju&ttiscu is one of the most prominc?
insurance men in this State, and, ast
chief representative in South Carolii
of one of tho largest and most reli?t
insurance companies in the Unit
States, he has met with that con epic
oua success which usually rewai
ability and a proper amount of tact
hustling. Mr. Mat?son is returning
Anderson from New York City, wn<
he has been for some time on linaine
He came via Charleston to see 1
Exposition, and, naturally, is higl
pleased with the great show. "J
a great pity, though," he observed ti
morning, "that the Exposition has
been more widely advertised in t
North. You scarcely ever hear it nu
tioned in New York. It is a splent
exposition, and is a cr?dit not only
this city and State? but to the South
The Building Committee of the Ci
tral Presbyterian Church preseni
its report to the congregation Sunt
and asked for further inatructio
The report was was that the commit
had succeeded in securing a bid
$7,000 from Messrs. Grandy &t Jord
of Greenville S. C., for the erection
the main Church building. Tho
does not include the Sunday Sch
Room and pastors Study, wh?'h
committee stated eau be added lo
without impairing the perm an
beauty of the building; so, also, it
be left off temporarily without imp)
lng the present or permanent beat
The committee was instructed
proceed according to its judgment)
to make tho necessary financial
rangements for an early coraploti
The committee is now engaged in <
lecting tho amounts pledged last 1
and soliciting further subscriptions
they havo not'madoa thorough cam
of tho cr' y and county for funds lu
tosore. They request us to state t
contributions ana subscriptions cai
made to G. N. C. Bolenian at the Ci
House, all of which will be thankfi
Mayor G. F. Tolly, of Anrtorsor
registered at the Charleston Hotel,
one.will, enjoy South Carolina day n
than Mayor Tolly, for he has an ie
ite capacity for having a good ti
Mayor Tolly, aside from being Am
sons chief executive, is the se
member of the firm of G. F. Toll
Son, proprietors of ono of tho lar]
wholesale and retail furniture est
lishments in thonp-country. Mr.T
has been M aver of Anderson for ov
decade. Five or six years ago he
defeated, but at the next election
blossomed forth again asa candi)
and made a dive for victory. He
hit work cat out for him, bathe fin
Brota half-Nelson lock on tho opposi
tion ana hurled it "into tho vast infini
tude of nescience." Every little while,
?ia Mr. Elbert Hubbard would say. tho
aforementioned opposition wriggles a
httlo bit. but Mayor Tolly merely gives
Li a swift kick iu tho most appropriate
part of its anatomy, and there's noth
ing moro to it. Mayor Tolly ia an in
teresting talker, though bis robust Ger
man accent always chokes his English
to a standstill. "Der Exposition," said
tho Mayor this momimr, "is a ting of
beauty and a choy forever."-Charles'
ton Post, 20th iust.
Tho management of tho Bolton Cot
ton Mill have decided to eulargo the
mill this summer and work will begin
in tho near future. Secretary Blake
and Supt. Cobb aro now iu the North
buying machinery for tho extension.
The Bolton Loan and Investment
Co., a new corporation of this place,
with W. K. Stringer presidcut and
E;enernl manager, havo purchased some
ots from W. P. Smith in tho Northern
part of town. Their business is dealing
in real estate and advancing to pnrties
who wish to build and owu homes of
R. A. Lewis made a business trip
North last week whore ho bought a
largo stock of goods for Spring and
H. A. Griffin has begun the erection
of a neat cottage just abovo his resi
dence, near the cotton mill. C.
A special car containing students of
the Williamston Female College with
some invited friends from town leaves
this morning for Charleston to take in
tho Exposition. A largo party intend
goiug down tho middle of April and
take in Anderson County Day.
Mr. E. R. Horton, of Anderson, lins
been over to visit Iiis mother and sis
Dr. Bailey, of Greenville, missionary
secretary, lilied tho Baptist pulpit on
last Sabbath morning and evening.
Ho attracted large congregations who
were highly pleased with tho treat
given them by tho eloquent divino.
The measle epidemic has almost sub
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Pickel carno up
from Honen Path Monday to visit rela
Guy Pooro is now employed at tho
To-morrow Miss Lilly Moore, of
Greenville, N. C., und Rev. Georg? E.
Sprnill, of this place, will be united in
marriage. The happy event will tako
place at tho homo of tho bride's parents
and the newly wed pair will leave im
mediately for Willinmston, whore
ninny friends will bo glad to receive
Formers are very much behind with
Gardeners are at work non- making up
lost time. X.
Well, the spring season has come nt
Inst, and wo have been having sonio
warm weather, which wo were all glad
Farmers aro pushing on rapidly with
their work, but we think they will
havo to get a move on them if they
get tho crop planted in timo to make
anything. It is now nearly April, and
not very much work been doue.
Rev. J. M. Rogert lilied his regular
appointment at this place last Sunday
afternoon and preached an interesting
sermon to a unusually largo congrega
Miss Mamie Williams visited Miss
Minnie Fleming recently.
Miss Mattie Bolt and Miss Alice
Langford, of Piedmont, spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Miss Mnry
Reid and attended Church at this place
Misses Annie and Eva Spearman,
two of Big Creek's charming young
ladies, visited their cousins, Misses
Mary and Lula Spearman, last Sunday,
and worshipped at this place Sunday
afternoon. Come again, young ladies,
we are always glad to seo you.
We did not know that it was proper
for tho girls to go in front of boys in
the Church until one of tho Greenville
boys came down here a few Sundays
ago and escorted his girl to church.
Sunday School begins nt this place
the first Sunday afternoon in April,
and everybody is invited to attend.
Mr. Hobie Smith and Miss Emmie
McAlister, of White Plains, worshiped
at this dlace Sunday afternoon.
We are sorry to say that tho Moun
tain Springs boy who was attending
school at this place, and was so badly
smitten on one of tho girls, was sad
ly disappointed and has stopped school.
News is pearce.
We are all well. Daffodil.
Little Cortez, tho only child of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Henderson, died on Sun
morning, tho 10th inst., and was buried
at Fairview tho day following. Funeral
services were conducted by Rev. H. R.
Miss Joe Rankins, of Equality, visit
ed her friend, Miss Marion Pickens,
Mr. Hamp Pepper, of Donalds, visit
ed home folks last week.
Mable, the little daughter of Mr. L.
R. Henderson, is very sick.
Mr. R. J. Mattison, and daughter,
Miss Annie, visited relatives near Bel
ton last week.
Miss Marion Pickens has returned
from Lier school at Bethlehem, whore
she has taught a successful term of
Mrs. M. P. Gaines, of Honea Path, is
visiting friends and relatives in this
Mrs. Sutherland, of Rock, S. C., is
spending a while with her daughter,
Mrs. R. J. Mattison.
Miss Coi rio Vermillion, of Easley,
worshipped at Corinth Sunday after
Easter services will be held at Fair
view next Sunday morning.
Low itatoM to CUtarlcaiou.
Oonam?notng.Tussday, April 1st, 1902,
and on each Tuesday "thoroaflor during
tho month of April, tho Blue Ridge Rail
way Co. will soil tickets from Anderson
to Charleston and return at rato of $'J.70
fur tho round trip. Tickets limited turee
days Irom ?late of salo. For lurther in
formation call on or write to R. T. Thorn
ton, tickot a/ent, Andornou.
- The Rev. David Gregg, pastor of
the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian
Chuich, Brooklyn, has distinguished
himself by cutting down his salary
$2,000 a year because the treasurer's
report showed a deficit for last year.
Still. Dr. Grogg will get $8,000 a year
and ho has an assistant pastor.
- - An old colored woman who had
been living on tho charity of hi
friends at Dixonville, near Saulisbu'y,
N. committed suicide by shooting
herself. On her person wero found
$750 and a bank book showing she had
$320 in a bank at Washington, In
diana, from which place she carno to
IN ITS BEST SENSE.
Not only do wo have the most
fashionable and% dependable wear
ables for men, but our Store service
is planned with an eye single to the
demands of busy people who want
what they want done quickly,
Therefore, men who trade at our
Store waste but little time arid get
just what they want at
Than the same quality of Goods
could be had elsewhere.
New Arrivals Neckwear,
Boys' and Children's Clothing,
Mon's Sui-A and Pants,
Negligee Shirts for men and boys.
South Main Street.
Cut Price ClothiexB.
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 tu be the finest goods on the market. Our aim is to
give our customers better goods, better service and better treatment than they
can get from any other establishment.
CET OUR PRICES
Before placing your orders for large contracts. We can give you
Powers, Gibbs & Co's. Goods, the Stono,
Standard, Royal and Wando Complete Fertilizers and
Blood Guanos, Acid Phosphate, with or without Potash,
Kainits, Nitrates, Soda and Muriate Potash, &c. v
We trust that fortune will smile on you during the coming year, and
stamp her seal of prosperity on every venture.
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Any Article of Merit Creates Imitators,
But we make it very interesting for imitators of
Oliver Chilled Plows!
THE best recommendation of Oliver Chilled Plows is the fact that they
are used by all of tho best farmers of Anderson County. Try them and
YOU will buy them. Wo have just received our third solid Car Load of
these Celebrated Plows for this season.
PLOWS, PLOWS, PLOWS.
Perfectly shaped and properly tempered. The same well-known kind
that we have been handling for tho past ten years. Wo have a tremendous
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SINGLE TREES, HAMES,3
TRACES, BACK BAND3,
HEEL BOLTS, CLEVISES, ?fee. :gg
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