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It is a simple thing to L iv space in a paper and fiii it ap
with promises, but the fulfillment of them is what counts.
When we tell you that we are showing a large ?md varied
Ladies Monte Carlo Goats,
Ladies Automobile Goats,
Ladies Jackets, Cloaks,
Gapes, Rain Coats, .
Also, a well assorted line for Misses and Children, and
Skirts for Ladies,
And that every garment offered is a special value, come in
and see if we are not stating the truth.
Are always noted for their individuality of style, their fit,
chic looking set, superior quality and
Come and see our Jaunty Monte Carlo Coats at $7.50 and
Black All Wool Kersey Automobile at $10.00.
Long Bed Automobiles at $15.00.
Long Oxford Mixed Automobiles at $15.00.
Ladies' Nobby Coats, Cloaks and Jackets, various lengths,
colors, materials and styles at $5, $6, $6.50, $7.50, $10, etc.
For women and children are here, ready and waiting. Also,
Bain Coats, Automobile styles, at $4.00. Also, a few specials
in Capes. A magnificent line of Walking Skirts from $1.50
to $6. Dress Skirts from $1.50 to $10. Silk Skirts from $7.50
are all invited
to give us a look.
OSBORNE k PEARSON.
Wholesale ana Retail Sealers in
ANDSBSON, 8. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12. 1902.
THIS corroa MARKET.
Chickens and eggs are in demand In
tne city at fancy prices.
W. I. Hailey and W. M. Kidd, of
Hartwell, Ga., ^rere in Anderson yes
The man who ol aimed a short while
ago to like winter best is already wish
ing for spring.
Thanksgiving Day is approaching,
and tho turkeys have a sorrowful cast
Rev. O. J. Copeland will begin a
series of meetings at Mountain Creek
Mrs. Guy Grove, of Columbia, is
In the city visiting her sister, Mrs. J.
Mrs. W. M. Gibson, of Pendleton,
tia? been spending a few days in the
city visiting relatives.
The astronomers say that tho "stars"
will fall on the night of the 14th or
15th. Look ont for them.
J. N. Watkins, of Greenville, spent
yesterday in the city, where he is
always a welcome visitor.
While paying up your other accounts
please don't forget your subscription
account to The Intelligencer.
T. R. Davis, of Greenwood, proprie
tor of the Davis shoe store in this city,
spent a day or two in Anderson last
Our young fiiend. Thoa. J. Osborne,
has gone to Greenville, where he has
accepted a position with the Southern
R. T. Jaynea, Esq., a popular mem
ber of the Walhalla Bar and one of the
editors of the Keowee Conrier, spent
Monday in the city.
The negroes hold their State Fair in
Columbia next week. The negroes of
tiiis County should send down some of
their producto for exhibition.
Gen. M. L. Bonham, of this city. i*as
been elected an honorary member of
the Columbia Club, the oldest organi
zation of its kind in Columbia.
The evening services in the Churches
of the city begin now at 7.80 o'clock.
Persons should bear this in mind, and
be on hand promptly at that hour.
S. H. Smith, who has been living at
Auton, has moved to Macon, Gs.,
where he has accepted a position. We
wish him success in his new heme.
J. E. Norment, representing the
News and Courier, spent a day or two
last week in Anderson, where ho is
Uwaya warmly greeted by bis many
James M. Daniels, of Alabama, a for
mer resident of Anderson and a broth
er of the late John W. Daniels, is visit
ing relatives and old friends in the
Joe Clark and Henry Yarborough,
;wo negroes who have been confined
n the County Jail on the charges of
murder, have been released on a bond
af $1,000 each.
The Clemson College Dramatic Clnb
rv i IT appear in the Opera House, this
?itv, next Tuesday night, 18th inst.,
-endering that interesting play, "His
Some men will get out of bed at 1
>'clock in the morning and run to a
ire. and those same men will kick like
nules if asked to get up at 8 o'clock
ind start a fire in the cook stove.
Large quantities of small grain are
>eing sown by our farmers, and if the
weather ic favorable throughout the
vinter and spring a bountiful crop
rill bo harvested In this County next
Ibo City Council has purchased a
iretty black mars for tbs colored Uro
?en-the Rough and Ready Company.
The firemen are proud of the mare, and
lave given her the name of "Black
The Comptroller-General announces
.hat there will be no extension of the
imo fox, paying taxes thia year. If
rou have the money now call on Treaa
irer Payne and get your receipt and
rou will avoid the mah next month.
Harry A. Orr, having accepted the
waition of Southern Agent of the Cen
tral Electric Company, with headquar
ers in Atlanta, has gone to that city to
nake his future nome. His many
rienda regret to see him leave Ander
Assistant Adj utant-Generai Frost in
fected the Anderson Rifles on the
jonrt House Square last Friday after
loon. The boys showed up well, and
?assed a very creditable inspection.
Sen. Frost complimented them very
County Treasurer Payne will be ab?
tent from the city next Monday, Tues
lay and Wednesday collecting taxes at
everal places in the County, and his
?mee, therefore, will be closed those
bree days, Read bis notice in another
: ol mun.
Isham H. Harrison, of Walhalla, has
teen spending a few days in the city
nrveying some lots for several of our
i ti zeno. He speaks very hopefully of
he Tennessee, Georgia and South
karolina Railroad, now being projected
brough the Bine Ridge mountains.
Prof. W. Henry Milford will teach a
lormal school of miAic at Beaverdam
Jhurch, Anderson County, commenc
ng Thursday, 27th inst., and closing
saturday, Dec. 13th, with a concert.
Everyone who is interested in music
vonld do well to attend the school.
Capt. Geo. A. Wagner haa been
eriously ill at bia hom J in Charleston
or a week or more. Yesterday the
n formation reached Anderson that he
vas much improved. Capt. Wagner
i&B many iriends here who will join na
n wishing him a speedy restoration to
L. A. Brock and wife rot urned last
Jonday from Baltimore where MTS.
?rock was carried several weeks ago
o be treated for appendicitis. It will
JO glad news to her many friends to
mow that she successfully stood the
.peration and is now almost recovered.
-Honea Path Chronicle.
Mildred, the bright and interesting
ittle daughter of B. C. Copeland, of
?partanburg, died in this city last
wednesday morningat ll o'clock, after
in illness of several weeks, aged ll
rears. The remains were carried to
Joldaboro, N. C., for interment. Mr.
hopeland ia superintendent of? the
lewerage system now bains laid in
his city, and has many friends here
rho deeply sympathise with he and
tis good wife In their bereavement.
It is likely that oranges will be higher
this year than ever before. The Flori
da crop thia year will only be 500,000
boxes, and California oranges are sel
dom .??en here. Ao a matter ot fa. ti
the latter are much better, buttha frau
dealers seldom bother with them,
Florida orange? being much easier to
Thi oksgiving Day is just two weeks
from to-morrow. As it is a national
holiday it has been the custom to close
all places of business in Anderson for
a number of years on this day, we hope
this year will be no exception. The
clerks in tho stores have worked hard
and faithful for their employers, and
they deserve a holiday on Thanksgiv
Lieut. Jas. A. Morrow, of the United
States Army, who has been stationed
at Valdez, Alaska, for a year or more,
has been transferred to Han Francisco,
Cal. Lieut Morrow is a native of An
derson County. His many friends in
Anderson County will join us in con
gratulating him in bein sc transferred to
a congenial clime.
Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Rev. F. H. Wardlaw will be installed
?iaator of the Slabtown Presbyterian
Church. Kev. H. H. Murchison, Kev.
J. W. Wylie and Capt. E. A. Smythe
have been appointed to conduct the
installation ceremonies. The friends
of the congregation are cordially in
vited to attend the services.
Prof. M. L. Willis wdl in a few days
move his mock of organs, pianos, etc.,
from his present quarters to the room
now occupied by tue Southern Express
Company, in Miss Lizzie Williams1
building, on Benson street, where he
will be better prepared than ever be
fore to serve the public. Watch for
his new advertisement next week.
Re?. J. T. Morgan will lecture in the
Second Baptist Church next Sunday at
11.80 a. m., on the subject of "The
Harmony of the Bible." His lecture if
the result of many years of hard study,
and has the endorsement of many emi
nent diviner who have heard it. Nc
admission fee is charged, and every
body is cordially invited to attend.
Our young townsman, John S. Camp
bell, was summoned to Winnsboro last
week on account of the serious illnesi
of his mother, the wife of Kev. J. B
Campbell, a former pastor of the St
John Methodist Church in this city
JLfrs. Campbell is now convalescing
and it is hoped by h. r^any friends ii
this city that he .viii 'x>on be wei
In reference to the purchase of tha
big lot of land at Calhoun Falls fr
Judge W. F. Cox, of this city? th
Florence Times says: "Just think o
all the wonderful things that Judg
Cox, of Anderson, can do with tha
town, which he has bought and own
all to himself. He can be mayor, chie
of police, run the dispensary and kee]
the cash all at the same time, and m
kicking citizen. Ob, joy! Oh, rapture.
The last issue of the Southern Chris
! tian Advocate speaks as follows of
former Anderson County boy: "Rev
Sidi B. Harper, of Helena, Montana, i
making full proof of his ministry, J
recent issue of a daily paper publisher
in Helena, contained a very excellen
sermon preached by Brother Harper o
the right use of pleasures. The Ber
mon is a forcef u L and practical disc nc
sion of an im:> c v tant subject."
The City Council has purchased th
old Murphy house and lot, adjoinin
the City Hall, on South Main street
paying $3,000 for it, and it is generali
conceded that the Council secured
bargain. The city needed the lot, a
the present Btables and station hons
quarters are too small. The dwellin
house on the lot will be rented anothe
?ear for a sufficient sum to pay th
nterest on che purchase money.
Garrett Critenden, ll years old, so
of W. T. Critenden, living at Ol
Mills, died Tuesday night 4th, inst., a
8 o'clock, of typhoid fever after an ill
ness of four weeks. The funeral wa
at the home, conducted by Rev. B. &1
Robinson, and the interment was s
Silver Brook Cemetery. Mr. and Mri
Critenden request ns to thank thei
friends for their great kindness in thei
sorrow and distress.
J. fi. and George Latham, of Pies
ens County, became engaged in a didi
dulty on the day of election, 4th inst
and on their meeting again two das
later the trouble was renewed, whe
George Latham drew a pistol and fire
upon J. B. Latham, inflicting a serion
wound, but it is not considered dangei
oas by his attending physician. Thee
men are cousins, and both are influer
tial citizens of their county.
The Piedmont correspondent of tb
Greenville News, under date of the Gt
inst., says: "Aunt Nicey Miller fro
the Anderson side, is probably tl
oldest colored woman in the State, i
she is 112 years of age, bright, sma
and chipper. She has 116 living d<
scendants, 05 great grand children an
21 grand children; is at present
widow, and ready to entertain any pr
position looking toward the matrfmot
-'is still in the ring.1 She was hoi
Nicey Miles, raised in Rutherford com
ty, North Carolina, by Miss Harri
Farris. Her descendants are ali la\
abiding people, and do credit to thc
Last Sunday evening Rnfus Yea
gin, a most upright and highly coter
ed citizen, died at his home at the Ai
derson Cotton Mills, after a long il
ness. He was born, reared and spe
his life in this County, and was abo
78 years ago. In his young manho<
he joined the Baptist Church, ai
throughout his life was an exemple
member. Mr. Ye?rgin served I
State faithfully throughout the ci'
war, and was recognized by his coi
rades aB a brave, true soldier. 1
leaves a wide circle of friends wi
deeply sympathize with the bereavi
wife a^:! four children who survi
him. On Monday afternoon the i
mains were lr ul to rest in Silver Bro?
Cemetery, Kev. Wm. Brown con diu
lng the funeral services.
Where there are any bargains boil
ottered in real estate in or adjacent
to Anderson County, there is always
be found in elbo touch some man wi
brains, energy aud capital from t
Electric City ready to invest. The \V<
tern Carolina Land and lmproveme
Company, which was formed for t
?mrpose of buying up lands and buil
ng a town at the junction of the St
board Air Line and Charleston a
Western Carolina railways, in Abt
ville County, known as Calhoi
Falls, has gone into liquidati
and dissolution, and Judge W.
Cos,of the city, now owns the prc
erty. This Company bought up '
acres at the point above mention?
surveyed it into town lots, advertir
it, talked and did everything reasc
ably to be expected of man to buih
town there, but in spite of the splenc
location and many natural advantag
the times, evidently? were against the
and Tuesday of last week this ent
property was sold at publio aucti
and bought by Judge Cox for $14,0
The Judge is one of our mostenterpi
idg and successful business men, a
where he puts that mnch money
any thing in the nature of a sp?cul?t
you may rest assured that a few mon
will reveal an enterprise growing <
of it attractive to those having moi
. Th? Greenville News, of the 5th
inst., Bays: "A private telegram re
ceived in this city yesterday announ
ced the death of Henry Symnies, by
accidentai ahooting while hunting in
Florida. The deceased was a son of
Dr. G. H. 8vmmes and a nephew of F.
W. Poe, Nelson Poe aud Maj. Whitner
Symmes, of Greenville. He was also
ajbrother of F. W.Bymmes, secretary
of the F. W. Poe manufacturing com
pany. He was engaged in a prosperous
cigar and tobacco trade with Cuba, Mid
had amassed quite a competence since
the civil wai4. The details of tho un
fortunate accident havo not yet been
received." The deceased was well
known in Anderson, where ho resided
with his parents a number of years
ago, and has many friends hero who
regret exceedingly to hear of his sad
The following jurors were drawn
yesterday to serve the first week at the
special term of Court of Common
Pleas, which convene* in this city on
the iirat Monday in December next:
E. A. Bell, G. M. Tolly and U. E.
Scybt Anderson: W. C. Campbell,
Broadway; Geo. NV. Fant, Belton; J.
A. Cely, Brushy Creek; J. C. Bolt, and
J. W. Massey, Centerville; J. A. P.
Bartou, R. II. Price, \Y L. Dobbins
and E. C. Triable, Fork; VV. W. Smith,
F. C. BORK? and J no. T. Jones, Gar
vin; D. J. Tucker. K.M. Duckworth,
J. W. White. L.R. Watson. W. W
Melton and W. H. Tucker, Hopewell
T. W. Pruitt and 1). lt. Simmons, Mar
tin; W. A. G. MeWhortor, J.D. Mc
Elroy, Sam'l McCrary and C. J. Hoggs
Pendleton; J. H. Earle, C. H. Lttth
and B. II. Hodges, Savannah; W. M
Watt. S. C. Majors, ll. F. Gentry, J
E. Seiglcr and A. C. Keys, Varennes
H. B. Barmore, Williamston.
Nothing moro plainly indicates thi
splendid work beiug done by CleiubOi
College in educating our boys thnn th
highly important positions many o
them secure almost immediately afte
graduation, and nothing more plain!;
points to the student-tho young mai
who regards life as beiug earnest am
real, and applies himself with a pur
Eose in view-than the fact that he i
onored with a position requiri?
energy, skill and devotion to duty, I
B. Mahaffey, son of P. S. Mahatley, o
Fork Township, graduated from Clem
son College a few years ago and took
poaition in the testing department c
the General Electrical Company t
Schenectaday, N. Y. In two years L
was promoted to the engineering d(
partaient and has recently been prc
moted to the position of engineer of tl
Denver, Colorado, office of the Genen
Electrical Company, which is the lari
est concern of the kind in the worh
This position is one of great respons
biiity and Mr. Mahaffey reflects cred
upon his alma mater, Anderson Coun
and his friends in general by securii
this important position.
The Elks of Augusta, Ga,, will gi'
a grand carnival in that city ne
week, from the 17th to the 22nd ins
and great preparations aro being mn?
for it. The Robin ROD Carnival Mi
way organization, which is to bo tl
feature of the carnival is an ntrgrog
tion of the highest class Bhows
America and an educational instit
tion of the highest order. Tho cosni
politan congress ot the peoples of t
world, and tho zoological display, t
queer freaks from all quarters of t
globe, magnificent mechanical a
electrical effects, the wierd sights
every side, the feats of daring a
heroic gallantry, the really tine raw
by many bands and the ",ay crow
make one of the most pleasing feat in
that has ever been seen this side of t
Atlantic. It will be there in all
entirety and none should miss it. <
down to Augusta and have a week
fun and frolic The C. cc W. C. lt.
will sell round trip tickets from eve
station along its line every day ne
week, good to return until the 2!
inst. The fare from Anderson will
$8.25 for the round trip, and the fi
from the other stations between ht
and Augusta will be the same in pi
portion to the distance.
We were pleased to have the gen
smile of our old friend, Col. Zacheri
P. Hootzenblast, gladden our sancti
last week. He was down on his mont
ly trading center in the South,
was in the beBt of spirits and look
the picture of health and buoyant
This he attributes to the use of oi
pure foods, such as Dean's Pat?
Flour., which he says he uses exe!
sive?y. Ho also gets his Bhoes fri
the same place where Dean's Patt
is sold, which is a pretty good guar?
tee that they too are good. Ile wrt
the new ad. for Dean & Ratline-1
week, which is a decided improvemi
on their usual gushing?.
Bean th* >?Th8 Kind You Have Always Bot
Why So Popular.
The popularity of "Clifton" Flor
due to Its unequaled quality-absolu
pure, retaining all the nutritive
healtbful qualities of tbe finest seiet
wheat. Call for "ditton" If you w
the purest nod best. Call at the grooe
of John C. usborne and J. M. Pat
WAGONS-We have a large Bloc!
hand tbat we want to disoose of at v
down prices. Vandiver Bro?. & Maje
A Flour or quality.
No Flour sold in Anderson mat
the Clifton in purity and quality,
wealth of rich glot?n contained in
Flour makes sweet, wholesome brea
a nutty flavor. John C. Osborne an
M. Patrica have it.
A tremendous stock of high g
Lanterns has just been received by t?
van Hardware Co. They are He)
them at very low prices.
Is the btst Flour for the health of :
family, the best Flour for good, palat
baking, the best to use at any an
tintes. At John C. Osborne's and ?
Refined, up-to date people always ?
the best. GALLAGHER BROS. ar
knowledge*] to bu among tbe baot F
TOORA PH ERS In the South. Tho
not waste tbeir skill on cheap, fa
There is no cough medicioe so poj
as Foley's Honey and Tar. li eoni
no opiates or poisons and never fa
cure. Evaua Pbarmacy.
W. H. rihearer, Surveyor, You
find me at Dean & RatlifiVs. Long
tance Phone at my residence.
Now ia the time to get a good Pr
Knife at your own price from 13
Just received two Cars of Buggie
prices-f3"j.0O for a Top Buggy up.
Vandiver Kron. ?ft Maj
Well buckets and valves for the t
tanburg Patent Well Fixtures can al
be found at tbe mode Hardware Co.
If you want to buy a Harrow or
Plow at a sacrifice see the Brook ?
OChurns-If you want a Churn thal
bring the butter of half the timi
Brook Hardware Co. and get one of
Axes-If yon want an Ax that
fttsnd any timber try onr Knot Oho
Brock Hardware Co.
We sell the beat and lightest
Mowers on earth. Come and see I
Vandiver Bros. dc Ma
IOU CAN'T AFFORD TO BUY A
, Pair Shoes.
Or anything in the Furnishing; Line
without first seeing what we have to
We bought a big stock in Greenville
at a sacrifice, and propose to give our
customers the benefit of our purchase.
COME QUICK! Have the Goods
opened up, and at a less price than com
petitors paid for them.
Always Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
Has taught us the folly of advertising a $3.50 Shoe for $2.00.
We have never been able to find such bargains, and we don't
think you are.
Our $3.50 Shoe is $3.50,
And if you don't think it is worth it when you have compar
ed it with others, or if you have any fault to find with the
wear we will do whatever you say.
The particular jubject of this talk is a
Solid Leather Shoe,
In all the latest shapes and leathers, made and trimmed in a
No more, no less, for a Shoe which you have been accustom
ed to pay $0.00 for.
We stand behind this advertisement in every particular.
C. A. REESE,
Post Office Block.
Furnishings and Shoes.