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BY CLINKSCALES & LANGSTON. ANDERSON. S. C.. WEDNESDAY. JULY 3. 1901. VOTJTMR Y*YVTi___i?n ?
This is the Spot Gash
You have heard so much about. The
Store where Credit is unknown. The
Store where Reliable Clothing is sold
at a small martin of profit, smaller by
far than any Credit Clothier can afford.
We have told you this before, and we mean every word
of it. If we weren't doing this very thing, instead of a large
and prosperous Clothing Store you would find here simply an
empty place. i ?
The trade wouldn't come to us and pay Cash if they could
get the same Goods at the same prices on a credit.
People don't come here to trade because they like us.
They have found out that it pays them to trade here.
And it'll pay you, too.
More customers are coming every month, and our busi
ness is by far the largest we have ever known.
Our Fall Clothing is here, ready for your inspection. .
Here are some of the values we offer :
la i loy*
Istfce lowpfioe we^lace onabigline of Men's and Young
Hen's Suits. Blue and Blaok Cheviots, also Cassimers in
Checke and Plaids. Every ono of them excellent value, and
we doubt if a Credit Store can match them for a dollar more.
Is the small price we place on an excellent lineo? Hen's
Suits in Bine and Black Worsteds, Blue and Blaok All Wool
Cheviots. Also, Cassimers in Stripes, Checks and Plaids.
These Suits are not usually sold at $7.60, but here you save
at least a dollar to a dollar and a half on them.
At $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.00 and $20.00 you
will find an assortment that would do credit to a much larger
?ity. These Suits have to bo seen to be appreciated. But
you can take our word for it that there's a saving for you at
- Daring a rain atorm at Beaufort
last week a horse was instanly killed
- Several counties in the State will
have their third primary oleo ti on to
complete their county tickets.
-- What was probably the first pub
lic library in the United States was
started in Charleston, S. C., in 1749.
- Col. "Waiko e. recently appoint?
collector cf the port of Charleston,
died at his home in Sumter last Thurs*
- It is said that Captain Heyward
has already selected his private sec
retary and rumor points to J. E. Nor*
ment as the man.
- Santuo in Union eounty has a
negro, Tom Jones by name, 60 years
old, who climbs trees bnokwsrds and
comes down headfirst.
- A proposition has been made to
the navy department to make Port
Boyal station the permanent head
quarters for torpedo hosts.
.-Julius Footer, colored, oharged
with the murder of Lewis White a
year ago, has been brought from Mas
sachusetts to Greenwood to stand his
- The governor has offered a ro
ward of $50 for the capture and con
viction of Will Sullivan, who killed
Frank Beeks in Laurens County last
- Fort Motte, Orangeburg county,
reports that more than half the cot
ton has been gathered and that the
railroads are blooked for want of oars
to haul it off.
- Last week near Verdery. Green
wood County, Lem Bishop kill od John
Herd hy hitting him on the head with
a rook. Both negroes were drunk.
Bishop is in jail. j
_ - The postoffiee st Statcsbnrg,
Sumter county, has moved one mile
from the town to the house of the
postmistress. This is the first move
tho office hss made in 125 years.
- Capt. A. W. Hndgens o? Easley '
made the suooessf ul guess of the num
ber of ba" ?a of cotton msde in the
United States last yesr and received
from the Atlanta Constitution $1,000.
- Dispenser Stevenson, of Winns
boro, has refused to resig>? and give
place to Wm. Harden the new dispen
sor recently elected. The matter will
be turned over to the State Board of
- A stock company is now being
formed for the purpose of purchasing
and developing Chick Springs near
Greenville, end making it a health re
sort. The capital stock of the com*
pany will be $100,000.
- Edward Parsons, oallman of En
gine Compaoy No. 2 io Charleston,
was electrocuted early Wednesday
morning by coming in contact with a
live wire whioh had fallen across the
street near the engine house.
- - A pine tree eight feet in diameter
at tho ba?o, whioh is said to be the
largest tree ever out from the Pee Dee
river swamps, was recently sawed st
Eibler & Koy's mill at Hunt's Bluff.
The tree made three long saw logs.
--.Freight No. 17 on the C. & W.
C. Kailway was wrecked near Green
wood Thursday afternoon. Eight cara
were derailed and burned. The eon*
duct jr, engineer and two train hands
are reported, hurt, bat not seriously.
-? C. A. Woods of Maries was unan
imously elected president of South
Csrolina College last Friday after-1
noon. He is a lawyer, weii educated
and of good business qualifications.
It is not known whether he will accept.
-? A ?liok rascal has been operating
in Lexington County. He has been
selling 'Tgies cheap, asking for
the freight in advanoe. The farmers
who bit have not seen the buggies,
the man or the money they advanoed
- The Union oounty dispensary
tras voted down and out in tho recent
election by about 200 majority. Many
good people all over the county voted
against it on the grounds that for
several years psst it has been manag
ed little better than a regular old
itylo grog shop.
- The body of an unknown negro
amman with her throat out and right
land mutilated was found in St. An
IrewB Psrish near Charleston Wed
nesday. The body was found lying
ishind a log in the woods near the
.oad. There is no. due as to who com
mited the deed.
-- A citizen near Milietville, Barn
well county, wbs recently treated
handsomely by some Northern na
mba, who intent on hunting, had
jomo down last winter and partaken
? hts hospitality. Tho three who
?ame each sent bim bia check for one
- In Union last week a )~~g<3 high
?ad moccasin entered th . bed of a
tat and litter of kittens, bit them nil,,
ind lay down to sleep. The snako
vas killed, and the felines were dosed
reely on strong whiskey and milk
much. All the oat family recovered
iscept one kitten.
- The official returns show that
3stighmae, for railroad commissioner,
Sit more votes than any other can
dates, in the State, leading Hey*
yard in the neighborhood of five hun*
Ired votes. This is rather an unex
pected outcome, as apparently the
east interest was taken in this race.
-. It is reported that a party of
jorthern capitalists have examined
-ho clay and limestone beds in the
lantco river and are preparing to or
lan izo a company with a capital of
(250,000 to make Portland cement,
(lie be?>) have been examined by the
State Geologist and several experts
nd the mlxtore is. said to produce
he finest kind of oement.
- The State of Georgia haa given a
total to sob cols and pensions in 15
years of fib ,224,000.
- In Mexico natural arsenio springs
flowed into the oity water works and
poisoned many fatally.
- A woman's como borne by six
women is a new funeral wrinkle. It
occurred in New York.
- Mueh.needed rains, the first in
three years, have saved Lower Cali
fornia from becoming a barren waste.
- Major Charles H. Smith, "Bill
A rp," is critically ill at his home
at Carterville. Ga. He is 80 years
- A new ruling allows postmasters
to contribute oash, but bars them from
personal participation in political cam
- The two cities in whioh the negro
population is said to bo increasing
most rapidly are Washington and Phil
- Evidence oontinues to accumu
late at the War Department that thc
abolition of the oanteen haa caused
- A great sensation has been ore
fled in Missouri by the oharge of bri
ery being entered against a nnmbei
of the legislators.
- J. P. Morgan and Senator Hanni
and others are trying to raise one mil
Hon dollars for the work of the Epis
eopal ohuroh in the Philippines.
- Because of a lover'a quarrel,
yoong man tn New York killed th
girl, tried to kill her mother, uurl the
turned the weapon upon himself.
- A steamship, bringing the cai
oaBses of 88,000 sheep from Austn
lia, had to throw the whole oarg
overboard as it spoiled on the way.
-; They are now busy cutting whei
lin in northwest Canada. It 15 ?lwu}
a race between the harvesters an
snow. The crop is very fine th
- The safe and vault in the cou
house at Ipswiok, Edmonds Count;
S. D., w/STo robbed of $2700 in gol<
presumably by some one familiar wit
the office. *
- Millions of dollars and son
lives have been lost by raging fore
fires in the northwest. The peop
are fleeing in terror from the woot
to the open land.
- A(magazine exploded on Gove
nor's island, upper Boston harbo
killing one man and injuring sever
others. Granite blocks were hurled
hundred yards away.
- The warships Wisconsin ai
Cincinnati are now steaming towal
the isthmus of Panama to prote
American interests, as the situatit
is said to be serious.
j- The Moro chiefs of Mindam
hasrc deolined all friendly overtnr
mide by tue authorities of the Unit?
States in the Philippine islands, ai
! the outlook is threatening.
I - Churches of every sect in tl
semi-arid belt in Western Kansas ear
in the season held special services
pray for rain. Now they are holdii
special services to pray for the rain
- A negro in Arkansas got in
the wrong passenger coach, and wh<
told to get into tho coach provided f<
negroes, he drew hid pistol t d coi
uienoed firing, killing ono man &i
wounding two others. ~
-? An army peat is to be establis
ed at Chiokamauga Park. Tho go
ernmenthas bought 780 acres atti
northern extremity of the park, ai
sixty buildings will be erected on thi
The entire oost of the post is to ]
half a million.
--The per capita debt of aome
the large oities is given as follows 1
the New York Sun: Boston, $14
New York, $115; Ginoinnati, $8
Baltimore, $78; Pittsburg, $68; Buff
lo, $45; Philadelphia, $42; develan
$34; St. Louis, $33, and Chicago on
- Charlotte has an interesting d>
ease. An olee trio oar killed a dog ai
the owner brought suit for $50 dai
ages indioating that he considered
dog worth as muoh as a fine Jere
oow. The Magistrate deeided in fav
of the company. The dog caso wi
go np to the Supreme oonrt.
- John C. Underwood, late seor
tary of the Confederate Memorial i
Booiation, has presented a claim again
the association for $17,000 for s
try and oommissions. He ohm
commissions on the $100,000 giv
by Charles Broadway Rouse, as w<
as other gift?. Tho association at i
meeting in Charlotte, N. C., deolar
the office vacant, and a resoluti
was passed to resist Upderwooc
- The aura of gold now in t
United States treasury exceeds tl
ot any previous time in the history
the country and, with one possible e
caption, it exceeds that of any cot
try at any time in the history of t
world. The single reported exeepti
is that of Russia about eight yei
ago, when that country was prepari
to resume gold payment. At tl
time Russia is said to have had in
treasury $598,000,000 in gold.
- A farmer living at the forks
the Red river at Kiamitta, Indi
Territory, recently applied Paris gre
to cotton in a field where the b
worms were doing damage. Th?
bio been little rain sines the Pa
Bj was applied. Four days i
n pickers, four men and thi
in, went to work on the pat
where the poison had been applh
Late in the evening they beeame si
and during the night all are report
to have di vd. Their death is said
be caused by inhaling the dust fr
Resolto o? Second Primary Officially
Columbia, Sept. 12.-The State Dem
ocratic Executive Committee met to
night and officially declared the result.
A sub-conimittee, consisting of Gov
ernor Mcsweeney, J. G. Richard. Jr.,
J. M. Grier, A. J. Parrott and Cole M.
Blease, was appointed to tabulate the
vote. While they were out Col. .Jones
called the attention ot tho committee
to the fact that there were two or
three constitutional amendments to he
voted upon in the general election and I
suggested that the committee print
tickets therefor. This was agreed to.
No one seemed to be very familiar with
the purport of the amendments, except
that allowing special legialation as to
Col. Crews made a motion that here
after when a voter made a mistake in
depositing a State ballot in a county
box, or vice versa, that it be counted.
Messrs. T. Y. and L. J. Williams and
Governor Mcsweeney warmly opposed
this motion, declaring that it would |
open the way to fraud. Governor Mc
sweeney said that instead of making
the rules lax they should be made
more stringent and, on a viva voice
vote, Col. Crew's motion was lost by a
Mr. Blease offered a resolution call
ing to the attention of clubs that they
must organize previous to an election
according to Article 2 of the Constitu
tion. It was stated that a number of
violations of this article had occurred.
After the tabulation committee had
reported Governor Mcsweeney offered
resolutions thanking Chairman Jones
and Secretary Park for their splendid,
untiring and fair work in conducting
the primai/ and irr their uniform
courtesy to members.
Col. Jones replied, thanking the
committee for the resolution and their
expression of esteem and added that he
had been born a Democrat and ex
?ected to die one. He spoke highly-of
iv. Parka's assistance.
The following is the official count of
the second primary :
Latimer 58,800, Evans 80,871; majori
Hey ward 50,880, Talbert 40,404; ma
Gary 42,787, Sloan 48,024; majority
Gantt 47,819, Wilson 43,000; majority
'jones45,885, Walker44,873; majority
Boyd 41,544, Frost 40,422; majority
Caughman 51,000, Evans 30,750; ma
Bellinger 5,847, Croft 5,071; majority
Aiken 8,772, Smith 0,050; majority
Those receiving a majority were de
clared the nominees and the commit
tee adjourned.-Special to News and
Again the Short Line to the West.
Again a project is on foot to utilize
the gap through the Blae Ridge Moun
tains on the northwestern edge of
South Carolina in order to make a
short railroad line from the west to
the South Carolina seaboard. And on
the face of it the pian looks more
feasible than those that have been
heretofore presented. The route in
dicated by the projectors would make
almost an air line from Memphis and
Chattanooga to Columbia and from
Cincinnati to Columbia. Many miles
will be saved. Furthermore it looks
from the connections at each terminus
that the Southern railway might be
more or less interested, though noth
ing is known here as to what interests
Tho application fer a charier for the
new company was filed with the Secre
tary of State yesterday. The company
ie to be known as the Tennessee,
Georgia and South Carolina Railway
Company, and is to be capitalised at
(250,000 with the privilege of increas
ing to $1,000,000. The corporators are
Wm. B. Frink, of Chicago, Merrill
Skinner, of Bine Ridge, Ga., and Co
lumbus B. Baugb, of Mineral Bluff,
Ga. In this State the proposed rail
road line ia to have the city of Ander
son as one of the termini and tho other
at some point on the Chattooga river
in Oconee county, passing through the
townships of Centerville, Anderson
and Fork in Anderson county and
Center, Toogaloo, Wagner and Chat
tooga in Oconee county, going on via
Clayton in Rabun county, Ga., through
Georgia, North Carolina and Tennessee
to Charleston, Tenn., just outside the
city of Chattanooga, a point on the
Southern's southwestern main line
from Lynchburg, Va., to Chattanooga,
Tenn., and below. Anderson, West
minster and Walhalla will be points
touched in South Carolina. It will be
noted that at Anderson the connection
with the Southern via the Columbia
and Greenville division will be made,
and at Charleston, Tenn., the Memphis
divisions of the t>ame line will be made,
and the link will be almost an air line
through the mountain walls, enabling
trains to come throogb without going
around by Knoxville on the one hand
or Atlanta and Spartanburg or Augusta
on the other.
Here nothing is known of the corpor
ators whose names are attached to the
application for the charter tiled.-Co
lumbia State, 14th inst.
Extremely Low Rates
By the Southern Railway to Wash
ington. D.C., and return, account re
union G. A. R.. Oct. 0-lltb. 1002.
Tickets will bt sold Oct. 3, 4, 5 and 0,
with final limit Oct. 15. 1002. By de
positing ticket with Joint Agent at
Washington not later than 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday. Oct. 15tb, and on
Sayment of fee of 50c an extension of
nal limit to November 8rd, 1002, may
Stopovers permitted going and re
turning, within certain limits; ?articu
lara on application.
Side trip tickets on sale from Wash
ington to nearby battle fields and many
historic points in Virginia, Oct. 0-14tn
inclusivo, limited to return within five
Southern Railway operates superb
through trains with sleeping cars, din
ing cars and vestibuled coaches from
principal points. Fast schedules.
Fe; further information see any
agent, or write
R. W. Hunt, D. P^JV.,
W. H. Tayloe, A. G. P. A.,
Is an expression that we could apply
to our Store the whole year, as every
new and good idea that comes out
usually finds a place here. Especially
is it a fitting expression at this season
Have Something New !
OUR entire Stock of Fall and Winter Goods is now ready for you to
examine. You are especially asked to visit our Store at au early date to see
the grand collection of High Clats Merchandise that wc have gathered from
the leading American markets for the purchasers of Anderson, Anderson
County and others. Every season finds our Stock just a little better than
last. This season is no exception.
The real ideas of all fashions and fancies are shown in this collection,
embracing a wide variety of styles in every department. Why shouldn't a
merchant get the best ? There ?9 nothing too good or too new for the people of
our Town or County, and realizing this fact we bought Good* that are most
stylish, mo&t popular, best of quality. Also, special attention was given to
the prices, s * that all can buy the Goods that Dame Fashion has smiled upDu,
We hardly think that you h?v? seen ? prettier line of Novelty ?reas
doods and Dress Patterns in this City than we are showing in
Basket Cloth, Homespun,
Hopsaoking, Novelty Camel's Hair,
Etamines, Broadcloth, Venetians.
And many others.
Ranging in price from 87.50 to 820.00. We would like to describe each
Pattern separately ; it would give you an idea what they are, but to see them
ia better than any description we could give.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Just as popular, possibly a bit more so. This Stock was never more
complete-Wool Melrose, Camel's Hair, Granite Cloth, Broadcloth, Mohair,
Brilliantine, Serge, etc.
A pretty assortment of WAIST PATTERNS.
A full line of Cloths for SEPARATE SKIRTS,
Hera are all the real things that make the dress the prettiest It is no
idle boast when we say our Trimmings are in the lead. Maybe we are harder
to please in selecting our Trimmings than others ; but it makes no difference
how fine or how cheap the Goods, they won't look well unless you ute the
right Trimmings. We have the kind suitable for all grades, including Flo
rantine Galloon, Venetian Gallo-ra, Venice Medallions, 111 Over laces, Gald
and Black Lace, Turtle Platt Lace, Ring Venice, Tosia Net, Venetian Sa
loon, Venetian Madillion, Appliques, etc.
You will find something you will fancy from this assortment of Belts,
Purses, Bags, Brooches, Buckles, Sish Pius, Cellars, Ciliar Points, Combs of
all kinds, and otha? new Novelties.
Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Hosiery, Corsets, etc.
Laces, Embroideries and Insertion-a stock that's worth your while to
see, with many new patterns from which to select.
IN HEAVY GOODS-Outings, Vicugna Cloths, Flannelettes Eider
down, Cotton Flannels, Wool Flannels, Blankets, etc.
Remnants, Percales and Flannelettes.
Ginghams, Madras, Percales, Shirt Cloths.
Underwear for ladies, men, misses, children and infants.
House Furnishings in Table Linen, Doilies, Napkins, Lace and Tapestry
Curtains, Rugs, Art Squares, etc.
The grandest showing of Capes, Jackets, FUN, Raglans, Coats, Reefers,
etc , ever presented to the people of Anderson is to be seen here. The correct
style, the newest clotho, the best material, the best workmanship, all combined
make this showing complete. From the cheapest to the best.
One of the best attractions of this Store is our Millinery Department,
and it is especially attractive this season. A larger variety of Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hat?, Ready-to-Wear Hats in all the popular colors. The White
Felts are decidedly pretty and popular as well. Watch for our Opening ad.,
for the display of swell Pattern Hats will be ?he best we have ever attempt
ed. If it s a pleasure to look at pretty things you can't spend a more pleas
ant day than looking through this department.
CUitL'C-We eell the kind that gi<e entire satisfaction, or make
Wil?ti?I good every pair that dof3 not give good service. Our line
new Fall and Winter Shoes for men, women and children are beauties. We
giv you a guarantee that'd good.
It would be easy for us to go on and on telling about the different things
wc have selected, but to see them and have our competent Sales-people ex
plain or help you with your selections would he better than all the printer's
ink, for there are many new ideas that originate each week that cannot be
thought of on advertising day ; so we again insist on you visiting our Store
as soon as possible. You don't have to buy ; it's a pleasure to show our
Goods. Also, we gladly send samples when requested, and are ever ready to
serve you at all times. Thanking you for having helped to make our Store
one of the leading Fashion Centres of Anderson with your patronage, and
hoping that we may receive our share of same for this season, and assuring
you that it will be our aim to please and give you the best of everything, we
are- Yours truly,
Moore, Acker& Co.
IA. Agents for the Royal Worcester Corset?, McC-JTs Bazar Pattern^,
and B. & P. Pat. Leather 84.00 8hoe for men.