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Which is one of the most carefully selected ever shown by
us. We have taken unusual pains in the selection Of
And the Stock will do its own talking. The fame of our
Black Dress Goods
Bas gone abroad. Ixl this connection we will say that
Our stock of Dress Trimmings,
Dress Findings, Trimmings, &c,
Is second to none in the city. We are showing a most com
plete stock of
Staple and Fancy Silks.
Our 36-inch Black Taffeta at 90c per yard is ac good as
that usuaUy sold at $1.25 per yard. Try it.
Are in unusual demand, and ours is a most attractive stock.
The prettiest and daintiest. An elab?rete line at 5c, 10c,
12 l-2c, 15c, 20c and 25c per yard. '
ILaces and Embroideries
In great profusion.
The popular kinds.
An elegant line of Beady-to-Wear Hats, Street Hats and
Walking Hats. Also, Handsome Bress Hats for immedi
ate wear. We invite you to look at our
Ready- M ade Waists.
Fine assortment from 50c up to $2.50.
Silk Waists at $5.00 Each.
They are beauties and great values.
Beautiful Walking Skirts for $2.00 to $5.00. Handsome
Bress Skirts as high as $10.00.
Silk Skirts as high as $20.00.
We have a great line of
The newest and most up-to-datcr
Summer Oxfords and Shoes. ?
We also carry a gopi stock of
Remember, that you can make your eu ?ire bill with us,
end at as IHtle COST, if not less, than elsewhere, as we
Guarantee Price and Quality.
Come and see, or write for Samples.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, IW?.
The convicto in the city chain gang
now wear stripes.
Nest Monday is Salesday. There
will be Knvor.il public sales.
The street sprinkler waa brought out
yesterday and the day before, and did
some good work. .
Miss Iva Cook, of Iva, has gone to
Woodruff, S. C., to visit her sister,
Mrs. W. P. Bryson.
Yesterday waa All-Fool's Day, and
several amusing jokes were perpetrated
by the young folka.
Our venerable friend, Mr. Harrison
Tucker, is .seriously ill at his home in
C. C. Featherston, Esq., of Laurens,
has been spending a few days in the
city visiting his parents.
Miss Bertha Welch, of Connelly's
Creek, N. C., is in the city visiting her
cousin, Miss Zenobia Welch.
The County chain gang is now doing
some good work on tho road between
this city and Portman Shoals.
The pupils of tho city graded schools
had holiday from laat Thursday after
noon until yesterday morning.
Pigs ate reported to be very scarce in
the country. Many farmers are with
out them and are unable to get them.
Cols. B. W. Hunt, W.T. Sandersand
S. L. Parrot, popular railroad officials,
spent a few hours in the city Monday.
Bev. J. B. Herron, the pastor, will
preach at Union Church next Sunday
at the usual hour for holding services.
Miss Eva Murray, a member of the
faculty of the Greenville Female Col
lege, spent Easter at her home in this
Anderson County Day at the Exposi
tion in Charleston is just two weeks
from to-day. Make your arrangements
Mrs. N.E. Thornley and Mrs. L. C.
Thornley, of Bickens, came to Ander
son last week to visit the former's
daughter, Mrs. W. W. White.
The Intelligencer h a H no soliciting
agent in the field, but. is enrolling new
subscribers every day. We Btill have
room for a few more names.
N. B. Baird, the courteous and hand
some traveling passenger agent of the
famouB "Cotton Belt Route," spent a
few hours in tho city last Saturday.
The new passenger depot will be
completed in a fe r days. Contractor
Guest is doing first-class work on it,
and it will present a fine appearance.
Married, on Friday, March 28, 1003,
by Rev. J. B. Herron, and at his resi
dence, Mr. Otis Keys and Miss Ger
trude Shaw, all of Anderson County.
Robert R. King, chief clerk of the
Murray Hill hotel, of New York, is in
the city visiting relatives. His old
chums are more than pleased to greet
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Heard ha To moved
to Anderson, S. C., their future home.
Mr. Heard will travel from Charlotte
for the McCormick harvesitng machine
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Fidelity Building and
Loan Association will be neld at the
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank to-mor
evening at 8 o'clock.
Postmaster Cochran has requested
The Intelligencer to publish the fol
lowing: "john Ray may, by calling
at the Postofflce, obtain some informa
tion of value to himself?2'
The Methodist Church now being
erected at Orrville will be completed in
a few weeks, and will be a neat and
substantial building. It will be dedi
cated BU m o time this month.
Mrs. Raymond Beattie, R. C. Sher
ard, Lee Balentine and Willie O'Don
nell have acceptd positions in the store
of G. H. Bailes & Co., "The Bee Hive,"
where they will be pleased to greet and
serve their friends at any time.
When you visit Charleston if yon
want to stop at a modern and up-to
date horeb we unhesitatingly recom
mend the Argyle. It is on Meeting
Street. It has been recently remod
eled, and is first-class in every particn
The small boy's interest in marbles is
a strong indication of the advent of
Spring, yet the weather will be fickle
for another month or two and no chance
shoald be taken. Top coats should not
be placed in cold storage for some time
The tax books closed last Monday
evening. For several days preceding
Treasurer Payne's office waa crowded
all the time. He says there will be
about the usual number of delinquents,
nearly all of whom pay nothingbutpoll
Mr a. Albert Jl/eans and M rn. Fred
J/axwell, of Anderson, S. C., are guests
at the home of lr. and Airs. W. A.
Garrett, on lower Broadway. They are
here to attend the Garrett-Westmore
land marriage.-Augusta (Ga.) Chron
Don't limit yourself to just ene day
for the Charleston .Exposition. The
thousands who have already attended
will tell yon that it is an impossibility
to take it in lu so short a time. You
would do well to profit by their expe
Mrs. A"G. Wood died last Wednes
day morning at her home in William
ston after an illness of- several weeks,
She waa about 20 years old. The de
ceased was a member of the Methodist
Church and a woman of lovely disposi
tion. Besides a devoted husband, she
leavea ono small child. The body of
the decor sed was shipped Wednesday
afternoon to Eaaley, the former home
of Mr?. Wood, .
Governor Mcsweeney baa refused to
exorciso executive clemency lu the case
ot W. ll. Parker, convicted ol forgery
at the recent Court of Beaaions and
sentenced to five years. The Solicitor
very properly refused to endorse the
Misses Mary Cooley and Louise
Simpson, of Williamaton, are spending
a week with Miss May Hutchison, at
Iola. All three of the young ladles
were in the city Inst Monday and hon
ored The Intelligencer ofllco with a
Gen. C. I. Walker, commander of
the South Carolina Division of the
United Confederate Veterans, haa ap
pointed Miss Mary Orr, daughter of
Dr. S. M. Orr, of this city.l as sponsor
to represent tho South Carolina Veter
ans at the Reunion in Dallas, Texas.
'Persons who contemplate going to
Texaa on the 18th Inst, should send in
their names at once to Col. M. P. Trib
bleor J, P. Clinkscaies, as they will
have to notify the Southern Railway in
a few days how many special cars will
be needed to accommodate tho party.
E. H. Acker, of Toney Creek, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
to North Carolina to be treated for a
bite received last week from a dog.
His leg has become much inflamed
from the bite and has caused him
considerable pain.-Greenville News, j \
On the 3rd page of The Intelligencer
this week we publish an interesting | i
letter contributed by Mrs. To* de
Hall Lander to The Southern Christian
Advocate from her missionary home in
Brazil. We know it will be read with
interest by her many friends in this her
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
will meet to-morrow evening at 8
o'clock. It will bo an interesting and
important meeting, and every member
is requested to attend. This grand and
noblo order is growing very rapidly,
and Chiquola Lodge is receiving new
members at every meeting.
The first edition of "Tho South Car
olina Odd Fellows," a paper published
in Greenville ia the interest of the In
dependent Order of Odd Fellows, has
made its appearance. J. R. Peden is
editor and proprietor, ?. F. Madison,
as?j?tant; editor and manager. It will
bo published the 1st and 15th of each
A number of AndersonianB will visit
tho Exposition in Charleston on Pre i
dent's Day, next Wednesday. By go
ing down Tuesday morning or evening
your railroad fare will be only $3.70
for the round trip, and you can stay in
Charleston until ll o'clock Friday
night, thus giving you three whole days
in the city.
The Intell igencer is proud of its cor
respondents. Their letters are the
most interesting part of the paper to
a large majority of our people. There
fore eaoh one of them should try to ex
cel the others in telling all the news in
the most interesting and concise form.
It takes practice and thought to accom
plish this idea.
Sheriff Kidd captured Frank Parker,
a negro fugitive from Sonth Carolina,
in the upper part of Hart County, last
Sunday night. He was wanted in
South Carolina under a charge of rape.
Ho had been at large about a year and
a half. Officers came for the negro and
transferred him to the jail at Anderson
last Tuesday.-Hartwell (Ga.) Sun,
The Charleston Post of last Friday
says: "When the United States Conrt
convenes on Tuesday next, Mr. C. P.
Townsend, of Bennettsville, will ap
pear as assistant district attorney, vice
Mr. E? F. Cochrar, of Anderson, pro
moted to the position of first assistant
in place of Mr. B. A. I Iago od, who haa
resigned." Mr. Cochran's many friends
will be delighted to hear of his promo
tion, and will join us in extending con
The Lancaster Enterprise says: "Dr.
J. E. Poore's numerous friends will re
gret to learn that he has decided to
leave Lancaster. He left Thursday for
Dwight, 111., where he will spend about
two weeks studying the Keely cure for
inebriates, after which he will move to
Columbia and take charge of the Keely
Institute there." Dr. Poore is a Belton
boy, and has many friends in this
County who will join us in wishing him
much success in Columbia.
Revs. A. K. Gwynn, J. J. Hughes
and P. J. Costigan are delivering a se
riea of lectures or sermons in St. Jo
seph's Catholic Church this week. The
services arr held in the evenings, and
the friends of the congregation are cor
dially invited to attend. The subject
for this evening is "The Bible; What
is itl" Thursday evening-"Why We
Confess Our Sins to Man;" Friday eve
ning-"Holy Communion; is Christ
Really Present in This Commemoration
of tho Last Supper?"
Mrs. Malinda Brock died at the
home of her son-in-law, C. P.
Rogers, near First Creek Church,
in Martin Township, on the
Uth ult., aged 80 years. Her death
was not unexpected, for she had been
in feeble health fora longtime. Mrs.
Brock was greatly beloved by a wide
circle of friends and relatives, and was
an excellent Christian woman, having
been a devoted member of Mt. Bethel
Church for more thnn Af ty years. Her
remains were interred in the Mt. Beth
el Churchyard the day following her
"What women like in men," "What
men like in women," and ''Husbands
and Wives," nre tho titles of a series of
very interesting papers by Halford
Pike, the third of which appears in The
Cosmopolitan for April. Tho same
number of Tho Cosmopolitan treats of
Prince Henry's visit, with a series of
beautifully printed photographs, qnder
the title of "A Clever Emperor and a
Confederation of Nations." F. Hop
kinson Smith, Israel Zangwill, Bret
Harte and Maarten M aar ten s are among
the other contributors to this number,
which is unusually good in fiction.
Ata meeting of tho City Council I
esterday afternoon Deputy Sheriff!
amos A. Dillinghau waa elected Chief |
if Police to fill tho vacancy caused by
he death of his twin brother, John W.
)illiogham. From tho reputation for
lonesty, courage, promptness and effi
lency as Deputy Sheriff of Anderson
bounty borne by James A. Dilling
tatn, we believe tho city council has
cted wisely in selecting him as the
uccessor of his dead brother. Ho ia
a evory way well qualified for tho
osition and motives other than selfish
rill ever prompt him to maintain
ho present efficiency of tho police
orce. Sheriff Green,of course, rcgiets
o give up his zealous Deputy, for
io knows ho will Hud it ditlicult
o get ono his equal in tho dischargo
if tho duties of a Deputy Sherill".
In the death of ?fr. M. B. McGee,
vhlch occurred at his homo in Honea
?atti on Tuesday afternoon, 25th ult.,
Anderson County loses ono of her bust
itizens. Thc deceased was a nativo
>f Abbeville County and was about 71
rears of age. For tho past yoar ho has
)ccn practically an invalid, and for
loverai months hi i death was expected
it any time, but ho was ready for tho
uimmons and calmly waited for the
lnal dissolution which ho knew was
ust ahead. For many years ?ir. Mc
3ee was an efficient officer of tho Wal
nut Grove Baptist Church and Super
ntendout of its Sunday School, aud
?vas an influential member of tho Sa.li
lla Baptist Association, keeping in
touch with all tho interests of his de
nomination. Ho served as a private in
the Confederate army, belonging to
the Sixth South Carolin:-, cavalry, But
ler's bridado. Ho loaves a largo num
ber of children to mourn tho loss of a
ievoted father, and alsu threo broth
ors, besides a wide circle of friends
and relatives. Tho remains were in
terred in tho Walnut Grovo Church
yard laBt Wednesday, Kev. M. .McGee,
assisted by Rev. J. A. Brown, of Doo
West, conducting tho funeral services
A Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of tho City Council
yesterday afternoon the following reso
lutions were unanimously adopted:
"Whereas, it has pleased Almighty
Goa to removo from his earthly labors
John W. 'Dilhngham, chief of polico
of tho city of Anderson; and whereas,
Chief Dilliugham was ono of tho most
efficient and conscientious officers this
city has ever Known. Therefore, bo it
"Resolved, That we, tho members of
the city council of Anderson, foel it
our cinty ia an official way to express
our high appreciation of Chief Dil
linghams services to this city and our
profound sorrow at his death. In tho
discharge' of his duties ho was always
painstaking, courageous and zealous,
and with his zeal he combined that
judgment and discretion that made
him an ideal man for tho position ho
"Resolved, That in his death tho
oity has lost a most valued, trusted
official, and an honored, respected citi
"Resolved, That out of respect to
his memory the counoil chamber bo
draped in mourning for a period of 80
days, and that the members of tho
police force of the city bo required to
wear a badge of mourning for tho
samo lenstn of time.
"Resolved, "That a pago in the
minute book of tho city oouncil bo
inscribed to his memory.
"jKesoived, That a oopy of these
resolutions bo forwarded to his fami
ly and that a oopy bo furnlahed to tho
oity papers for publication."
G. F. Tolly, Mayor,
F. G. Brown, M. Kennedy, C. S. Sul
livan, J. if. Patrick, H. C. Townsend,
Robt. E. Ligon, Aldermen. '
It begins to look like Spring at last.
The peach trees are blooming and the
birds are einging, and the plough boys
are happy on the way. We aro always
glad to see warm, nice, sunshiny weath
er, especially after auch a rough winter
as this haB been.
Rev. Mr. Kin ard preached an excel
lent and impressive sermon at Provi
dence Sunday afternoon to a largo and
attentive crowd. He also preached at
New Hope on the following night.
Miss Lucy Carter, of this section, is
visiting relatives and friends at Moun
tain Creek this week.
Jan.es L, Jones, of Lavonia, Ga., vis
ited his futher, S. A. Jones, one day last
Mrs. "W. H. Gilmer, with her lovely
little babe, visited her father, John
Dobbins, near Anderson, ono day last
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Milford, of La
vonia, Ga., visited the latter's parents,
Mr. and Kirs. Monroe Brooks, of this
Miss Emma K. Brooks hos returned
homo at'cr an extended visit to rela
tives at Tokeena, S. C.
There are several cases of mumps in
our midst. Citizen.
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Low Rate? to Charleston.
Commencing Tuesday. April Igt, 1902,
and on each Tuesday thereafter daring
tho month of April, the Blue Ridge Rail
way Co. will sell tickets from Anderson
to Charleston and return at rate of $3.70
for the round trip. Tickets limited three
day? from date of aale. For further in
formation call on or write to lt. T. Thorn
ton, ticket agent, Anderson.
Do Yon Own a Nice Blare ?
ir BO, don't fall to breed her to Nelson
R. Green's ?ne colt. DIAMOND DEE. Keg.
No 35,785, now maklug the season for a
limited number of marea at R. B. Find
ley's Stables, McGee's old H tond, Ander
son, S. C. The best bred Horse in the
Jobbers prices on "Schapps," "Early
Bird" and ?B!ne Jay" Tobacco?. Low
est prices on Flour, Coffee, Corn, Bacon,
and heavy Groceries. Vandiver Bros.
The wino Merchante of North and
Routh Carolina are giving us business,
because they see ot a glance that buying
from the Mills and Factories they save
the Jobber'? or Middle Man's profits.
Merchants, we ask you who have never
soon our Hues of Hosiery, Panta, Cloth
ing, SboeH and Hats drop us a card and
let ono of our .Salesmen call. You will
see at a glance it ls to your Interest ?o be
numbered among our growing list of
customers. We sell only to Merchants.
Wishlngyoua prosperous New Year
WEBB ?fe CATER,
Commission Merchants, Anderson, H. C.
If you want a set of Knives and Forks
for CbriHtmas don't fail fn humect tho
line carried by Brock Ifdw. Co. They
study to please their customers, and their
large Hales in thin lino is ovidenoe of moir
thoiongh knowledge of what will best
meet the requirements of ?heir patrons.
, WANTED, Hickory, Dogwood and
Persimmon Logs. Southern Hardwood
Co., Charleston, S. C. 4m
3lain Business Talk.
This Store is recognized by the critical as the 8tore that
?ts the pace
On Price I
We Sell You for Less than the other Fellow.
You naturally ask why we can 1 The answer is easy.
Head carefully :
We do our own work.
We own our own Store-room-(.have no rents to pay.)
We have no living expenses-(make our own hog and
We pay Spot Cash for our Goods, and have the best makes
obtainable, (so considered by the leading clothiers.)
Now, brother, if any man can compete with us trot him
out, we would like to shake hands with him and see what he
YourB for Cut Prices,
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 tho 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 cea give yoij
Powers, Gibbo & Co's. Goods, the Stono,
Standard, Boyal and Wando Complete Fertilizers and
Blood Guanos, Acid Phosphate, with or without Potash,
Fainits, 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. M!ain Street.
Any Article of Merit Creates Imitators,
But we make it very interesting for imitators of
Oliver Chilled Plows 1
THE best recommendation of Oliver Chilled Plows is the fact that they
are used by all of the best farmers of Anderson County. Try them and
YOU will buy them. We have just received our third Holid Car Load of
these Celebrated Plows for this season.
PLOWS, PLOWS, PLOWS.
Perfectly shaped and properly tempered. Tbe same well-known kind
that we have been handling for the past ten years. We have a tremendous
assortment from which you can select any style desired.
PLOW STOCKS, HANDLES,
SINGLE TREES, HAMES,]
TRACES, BACK BANDS,
HEEL BOLTS, CLEVISES, Ac.
EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer in the line of AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS and kiudred articles.
Sullivan Hardware Co.