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To Visit Our Store
i and Examine
We carry almost everything needed b^tho average man,
#oman and child.
Our Stock of Dry Goods,
Is one of the largest in this section.
Our Grocery Stock
Is selected to snit the people.
THE RIGHT GOODS AT RIGHT PRICES.
We are making a big drive on
Eave a number of popular makes and well known brands.
We make a specialty of
If yon have hired hands or tenants to supply it -viii pay
yon to come and see us, or send us your orders. We know
just how to handle this trade. Carry tho Goods they demand,
and guarantee to give you satisfaction.
We are now showing many new things in SPRING DRY
GOODS and NOTIONS.
OOH & PEARSON.
MEN'S WEAR !
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It isn't for to-day, to-morrow or next week that you.buy
Suit of Clothes. Clothes are bought to serve-the longer
The better the Clothes the better they serve, and the
Jotter they look, even to tho last day.
You can't get service or appearance out ol poor work
manship. A thrown-together, pressed-up Suit may look all
it for a week; then comes the time of kioks and dissatis
for which we have secured the agency, is made to serve
jtongandweH; to keep its shape; to look dressy as long as
poa want to wear it.
That's the kind of Clothing it pays to buy.
IT'S HlADE RIGHT.
It's almost an investment tz Vuy it, for a long-wearing
^uit pays you back more than its coat.
fext to F, and M. Bank, Head-to-Foot Outfitter,
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 18, 1903.
TH3 COTT0H MABEZT.
It looks as if Anderson catches all
the vain coming this way.
J/iss Gor trude Hogood, of Easley, is
in the city visiting friends.
Mrs. M. H. Hays, of Clinton, S. C., is
in the city visiting relatives.
All sorts of country produce are In
demand in the city at good prices.
This section has had a little touch of
summer weather during tue past week.
Mrs. Geo. E. Prince is visiting her
brother, Dr. Frank Lander, at Enoree,
Miss Gertrude Hoyt, of Greenville,
ia, in the city visiting relatives and
Tom. S. Maxwell, of Greenville,
spent last Sunday in the city visiting
Kev. T. C. Ligon will preach nt
Dean noxt Sunday morning, 22nd inst.,
at ll o'clock.
J. R. Earle, Esq., of Walhalla, spent
a day in the city last week on profes
Bir lal business.
Our country friends in town lately
report that the roads are in bad condi
tion in many places.
The Secretary of State has granted ?
charter to the Gluck cotton nulls, to be
located near this city. -, *
Those of our farmers who have held
apart of their cotton crop can now die
pose of it at a good price.
Dr. A. P. Johnston is in Chicago at
tending the annual meeting of the Na
tional Dental Association.
Kev. W.O. Ewart and wife, of Lan
j caster, spent a few days in the Corner
last week visiting relatives.
The siege of bad weather for the
post month has greatly impeded the
progress of building in the city.
In nearly every section of the County
the streams have been away ont of
their banks during the past week.
Mrs. J. C. Schaidt, of Walhalla, has
been spending a few days in Ander
son visiting her daughter, Mrs.Barton.
Our young friend, Phil Baker, of
Birmingham. Ala., is in the city visit
ing his orran tim other, Mrs. P. ?. Wil
A Boston professor says pretty girls
do hot make good wives, but most
young meu are willing to take the
Kev. O. L. Martin, of Williamston,
spent a few days in the city last week
and was warmly greeted by his many
. The time for paying city taxes ex
pires on the 28th inst. You can pay
one-half now and the other half next
The day for holding services at
Neal's Creek Church has been changed
from the fourth to the third Sunday in
The new advertisement of the Sulli
van Hardware Co. will prove specially
interesting to the farmers, who should
read it carefully.
Clarence A? Smith, of High Point,
N. C., has been spending a few days
in the city visiting b s sister, Mrs. J.
: The moon sign for dry weather has |
failed-so far this month. Both horns j
of the new moon stooc straight np- !
which means dry.
.Miss Sarah Cunningham, of Rock
Mills, went to Columbia a few days ago
to accept a position in the Presbyterian
College for .Women.
To-morrow nineteen years ago a
severe cyclone passed near tho south
ern suburbs of the city and destroyed
several dwelling houses.
Col. C. J. O'Perrel, the ffmiial repre
sentative of the Atlanta Journal, spent
last Friday in the city. The Journal
has many readers in Anderson.
Last winter there was no weather
suitable for plowing from 'Deo. 1 to
March 81. It be rir a to look as if this
season wonld keep np the record.
Monday afternoon M?s section was
visited ? by one of the heaviest rains
ever seen here. There was no wind
with it, and no damage was done.
Oscar ?. Moore, accompanied by
Mrs. Della Wilson and Miss Daioy
Acker, has gone to New York to buy a
stock of spring and summer goods.
S. 8trouas, of tho lirai of Julius H.
Weil & Co., has gone to the Eastern
marketa to spend a few weeks buying
a stock of goods for the spring trade.
L. B. Bolt, who is engaged as an en
gineer on the Southern Railway at
Knoxville, Tenn., is visiting his fath
er, Oliver Bolt, in Centerville Town
Louis Archer, who has been clerking
at the Hotel Chiquola, has resigned
and [Mao to Athens, Ga., where he has
accepted a clerkship with the Windsor
C. F. Martin has been appointed Mag
istrate in Broadway Township to suc
ceed Hon. S. N. Pearman, who resign
ed when he waa elected to the Legis
A meeting of tho stockholders of the
Gluck Cotton Mill will be held on
March 10th, when four more directors
will bo elected and a site for the mill
The farmers have not yet been able
todo any work on account of the wet
weather, and they aro getting anxious
to go at it, aa corn planting time will
soon be here. '
W. L. Sanders, flagman on the Blue
lUdge Railway freight train, is at the
home, of his father, Capt. James L.
Sanders, near Seneca, and is very sick
1 with typhoid fever.
The time for making your tax re
turns to the County Auditor expires
next Friday, 90th Inst. If you have
not made your return you should do so
at once and eave the penalty.
Married, cn Sunday, January 26,
1008, at the residence of J. J. Hall,
Central, S. C., by Rev. J. E. Beard,
Mr. J. F. Mullikin and ??isa Maude
Jones, both of Andersr i County.
John T. Burrisa and Will S.IDlvver
have invented anew roofing which ia
more durable than tin or shingles and
costs less than either. The materials
are felt, asphaltum and gravel. A
plant for manufacturing ft will be
erected in this city.
Miss May Clarry, of Seneca, is in I
thecity visiting tho family of R, S.
The 10-yenr-old daughter of Janies
Budford, a farmer of Abbeville Coun
S. was bumed to death last Friday,
er dresa caught whilo she was Bund
ing in front of tho ?re.
The Anderson machine shop and
foundry will soon be ready for busi
ness. The building bas been completed
and the Company is now receiving and
placing in position its machinery.
B. F. Martin, one of the leading
lawyers of the Anderson bar, and a
graduate of Forman University, is
spending a few days with his parents
near the city .-Greenville News, 15th
Up to this dato there has not been a
suitable day for garden work this year.
One has to wait on the weather. Do
not stir the soil when it is wet and
sticky. Better wait till April to do
C. S. .Minor, of Lynchbarg, Va., is
spending a few days in the city visit
ing friends and relatives. He was for
merly a citizen of Anderson and has
many old friends hero who are delight
ed to greet him.
Chiquola Lodge, Knights of Pythias,
'Will'hold its regular convention in the
Masonic Temple to-morrow evening at
8 o'clock. All tho members aro nrged
to attend, as tho meeting will be au
Rev. W. R. Richardson, editor of tho
Southern Christian Advocate, Spartan
burg, spent a few days in the city last
week v miling his brother, Dr. Richard
son. His many old friends were de
lighted to greet him.
Gen. M. L. Bonham will deliver an
? address to the Williamston Graded
School next Friday, 20th, in commemo
! ration of Washington's birthday. Gen.
Bonham's fame as an orator will
doubtless attract a large crowd on this
I occasion.-Williamston News.
I The Legislature has fixed the tax
levy in Anderson County for the en
suing year as follows: Ordinary coun
ty purpose 8, 81 mills: paBt indebted
ness, 1 mill: which, added to the State
tax of 5 Trills and the school tax of 3
mills, makes a total of 12} mills.
C. J. Brock and At. M. Mattison
have consolidated their fire, accident
and liability insurance agencies under
the firm name of Brock and Mattison,
with offices in Peoples Bank Building.
Both are experienced insurance men
and will contioue to do a successful
MYA. Matilda Roberts, who was 88
years of age, died at the home of her
son-in-law, Mr, Chapman, on Feb. 2nd,
and she was laid to rest by tho side of
her husband on the 4th instant in
S h ft fl V CyVtyon ?rrnivuvnnl^ Anilnronn
County* Rov. J*. M. "Allen conducted
the funeral services.-Greenville .Moun
George Cannon, Belle Hardy and
Rosa Fraser, three negroes, were
arrested last Sunday for robbing a
white man the night provious of $05.
About half of the money was recover
ed. The negroes confessed to the
crime and have been committed to
jail. The white- man, who hails from
North Carolina, had imbibed a little
too freely of whiskey, and entered tho
home of one of the negroes, where the
robbery took place.
Th ? Rev. Irl R. Hicks1 Almanac for
1003, a copy of which we have, isa
splendid, artistically printed, luminous
ly illustrated book. The storm and
weather forecasts of Prof. Hicks, now
too well known to need comment, are
given folly in this Look of nearly 200
pages. Send 80c. in stamps to Word
and Works Pnb. Co., 2201 Locust street,
St. Louis, Mo., with your address, and
yen will get a copy by return mail.
Williamston is thoroughly wrought
up ever the fact that the Southern
Railway has erected a dwelling house
upon their lot near the depot which is
to be occupied by their section fore
man, and are fencing in the lot sur
rounding it. The result is that the
council, aoting under the advice of
their attorney, had W. L. Melford, the
foreman for the roadway department,
together with his entire force of car
T.. i st Sunday afternoon three little
negro boys broke into the store of the
Anderson Cash Grocery Co. They
effected, their entrance through the
cellar door in the rear of the store. W.
S. Ramsey entered the store while the
.boys were in the cellar, and hearing
him walking on the Soor, they made
their exit. Ur. Ramsey reported the
matter at once to Policeman Campbell,
who had seen the boys running from
the rear of the store, and in a short
while he bod them nndr c nest.
Flossie, the little daughter of Mr.
and Jira. J. H. Cooper, died at the
home of her parents in Oakland. Fla.,
on Friday, oth inst., after a brief illness
of typhoid fever. The bereaved pa
rents are natives of Anderson County,
and lived here until about five years
ago, when they moved to Georgia,
where they resided until about three
months ago, when they moved to their
present home. They have many friends
and relatives in this County who will
regret to hear of the death of their
J. C. Martin died a f ov Jays ago ai,
bis'home in DeKalb County, Ala., after
a long illness of bronchial consump
tion. The deceased was a native of
Anderson County, and a short time
after the war ho migrated to Alabama,
where he lived-until his death. He
served his State faithfully for four
?ears in tho civil war as a member of
io. D, 18th Regiments. C. Volunteers.
He was a good man and highly esteem
ed by a wide circle of friends, who
deeply sympathize with the bereaved
wife and four children who survive
We have groat inducements .o offer
you in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc, We will bo in our office
for the next sixty day?. Buy from us
yon get the mill prices. We save you
the jobbers profita. Call on aa and be
convinced. . We are selling the largest
and closest buyers in the country.
WEBB & OATER,
Oom m IRA I on Marcha, tn ?cd Mill Agents.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting in all heights. For a durable
and low-prloed garden or poultry fenos
nothing will equal this netting.
As long as there la new Iron aold, old
Iron will continue to be bought. We pay
25o. per 100 lbs. for all kinds of Hcrap
Iron at our office on Depot street, next to
. The undersigned respectfully asks the
patronage of those who want correct
work at a modest cost. Deeds drawn,
mortgages drawn, contracta drawn, bonda
for titles drawn, abstracta of titlea fur
nished. Also correct Information aa to
real estate mortgage Indebtedness. Con
tracts of all the "Old Line" Ufa Insur
ance Companies explained and mads
plain. Office at present at the Intelligen
cer office. Ii. E. Norry ce.
The case of Ed Robinson, charged
with mulder, waa in progresa when we
went to press Wednesday morning
last. The defense was accidental kill
ing. Witnesses testified to good char
acter of Ed Robinson and bad charac
ter of Tom Parks, tho negro killed.
Tho verdict was not guilty.
The case against Joe Clark, charged
with killing Ed Scott, was continued
to next term.
A new trial was granted in the case
of Mary Burton, charged with killing
her husband and bond fixed at $500,
which was later signed by James B.
Hurries and his son.
Abe Pruitt was convicted of viola
tion of the dispensary law.
Henry Yarborough plead guilty to
assault and battery and was sentenced
to pay $25 or 30 days in county jail.
Tho case of SallioV. Dacus and B.
F. Dacus, breach of trust, was nol
The case of Lee Jones, violation of
dispensary law, was nol proBsed.
In tho caso of Mary Glenn, appeal
from Magistrate's Court, appeal sus
At this stage, thoSolicitor announced
that there would be no more jury cases
and tho jurors were dismissed.
A motion for a new trial in tho case of
John Harris, convicted of manslaugh
ter, was argued ami the motion re
Tho caso of Oscar Beal, anpeal from
Magistrate's Court, the appeal was not
In the case of Frank Rhody, appeal
from Magistrate's Court, the appeal
was sustained. In this is au interest
ing point on tho violation of labor con
tracts as contemplated by tho criminal
statute, and will go to tho ?Supreme
Court. Notice of appeal has already
The case of Henry Robinson, appeal
from Magistrate's Court, appeal sus
In tho ense of Joshua Jones, appeal,
the appeal was sustained.
The attorneys for Abbe Pruitt gavo
notice of appeal and bond was fixed at
Tho case of R. A. Chastine, motion
in arrest of judgment and new trial,
was refused. This case will go to tho
Supreme Court. Bail is fixed at $200.
This ended the cases ready for trial
and the prisoners convicted were
brought in for sentence.
Will Chamblo, housebreaking and
larceny in three cases and one case of
stealing a bicycle, was given five years
hard labor, in tho aggregate, and $1.00
Osea Williams, assault of high and
aggravated nature, two years in the
John Freeman, larceny, ono year at
John Harris, manslaughter, seven
years in penitentiary at hard labor.
Will Asbury, burglary and larceny, .
six years ut hard labor in tho peniten- |
R. A. Chastain, disposing property un
der lien, sealed sentence left by Judge
Watts, to pay a fine of $75 or six months
labor on public works.
Henry Yarborough, assault and bat
tery, to pay a lino of $25 or 30 days
labor on public works.
Abe Pruitt, violation dispensary law,
to pay n fino of $100 or six months labor
on public works.
When the afternoon session convened
the Court of Comm?n Pleas wan open
ed and a few civil cases disposed or.
This brought tho business of the
Court to a close and at 0:30 p. m. both
the Court of General Sessions and
Court of Common Pleas were adjourn
ed sine die.
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We have enjoyed some very beauti
ful spring-liko days during the past
week. Wo wish very much for their
Miss Annie Crenshaw is seriously ill
of typhoid fever. We join her many
friends in wishing her a perfect resto
ration tc health.
Miss Neta Bruce, of near Westmin
ster, is visiting relatives nesr this
MT. and Mrs. Oscar Harris, of Cal
houn, visited in this section not long
J. R. Bruce is visiting in Anderson
Mrs. Charlotte Harris is suffering
from a severe attack of grippe. *
C. D. Giles spent several days in An
Harrison Cleveland and Finney Hun
nioutt, of Seneca, were among friends
in this section first Sunday.
Orr Bruce, who has been very ill
from typhoid fever for the past few
months, we are pleased to learn is able
to bo cut again.
Claude Shirley, who is attending
school at Starr, spent a few days at
home this week.
Quite a number of young people en
joyed themselves on the evening of the
14th at the residence of Jesse Camp
O. B. Martin, Superintendent of Edu
cation, lectured at the Academy Sat
urday night. PanBy.
Hunter's Spring Items.
The health of our people is very
good at this time.
George Tate has recovered from a
spell of pneumonia and is getting along
fine. .Sir. Tato wears a long smile on
his face. It is a girl.
We are having rain in abundance,
and the farmers are havir.?, a hard time
trying to get their fertilizers out from
Dock King has returned from Co
lumbia, where he has been on business.
Alvin Eskow is goiig to California.
His friends will regret to know that he
is going to leave.
B. C. Creamer is blasting ont the
race for Mr. Erwin, who is making a
new one so that he can rnn an overshot
wheel at his mill.
Mr. Mullinax. of Pickens County,
was visiting P. W. Campbell this week,
B. L. G.
To New Orleans, La., Mobile, Ala.,
and Pensacola, Fla. On account of the
Mardi Gras, to be held at Now Orleans,
La., Mobile, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla.,
the Southern Railway will sell round
trip tickets from all points av rate of
one fare for the ronna trip. Tickets
on sale February 17th to 23rd, inclu
sive, and for trains arriving at above
points on tho morning of February
24th, limited for return until February
28th, except that by deposit of ticket
by the original purchaser, personally,
with the joint agent not earlier than
February 18th and not later than I eb
rnary 28th, upon payment of a fee of
fifty cents at the time the ticket is de
SoBited. an extension can be hod nntil
larch 14th, 1903. Apply to ony agent
of tho Southern Railway, or toll. W.
Hunt, Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C., or W. H. Tayloe,
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
FOR RENT-A flvo-room House on
Frsnklin St. Apply to Mr?. A J. Allen,
When yon wsnt Plows piesse bear In
mind that none sre equal In quality sod
BO perfectly aji.tped as those msnufao
tnrod bv Towers and Sullivan Mannfao
turlngCo. and sold by Sulilvsn Hard
Do you want to buy a good Shoe at a little price ?
HALL BROTHERS are selling all Winter-weight
Men's $3.50 Shoes
South Main Street.
Clothiers and Furnishers.
200,000 Pounds of Towers & Sullivan
Mfg. Co's. Celebrated Steel Plows.
The Shapes are perfect, and the quality of steel the highest. Theso
Plows are CHEAPEST because they are BEST. You can select just what
you want from our tremendous Stock.
We have the best Distributors ever put on tho market. They are per
fectly made, of very beet material. With these Distributors you will save one
man's time, and enough Guano to pay for the Distributor in a very short time*
Flow Stocka, Single Trees, Trace Chains,
Hames, Back Bands, &c. &c. &c.
EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer for the cultivation of his crop
can be found in our Stock.
ullivan Hardware Co.
Itt Biggest, CW, HI
Th i H Establishment bas been Soiling
IN ANDERSON for moro than forty yean. During all that timo competitors
havo como and gene, but wo have remained light hero. Wo have always sold
Cheaper than any others, and during those long years wo have not had ono dis
satisfied customer. Mistakes will sometimes occur, and if at any time we
found that a customer was dissatisfied wo did not rest until we had made him
satisfied. This policy, rigidly adhered to, has made us friends, truo and last
ing, and we can say with pride, but without boasting, that wo havo the confi
dence of thc people of this section. Wo have a largor Stock of Goods this
season than wo have ever had, and wo pledge you our word that wo havo nover
sold Furniture at as closo a margin of profit as wo are doing now. This is
proven by the faot that wo aro selling Furnituro not only all ovor Anderson
County but in every Town in tho Piedmont section. Como and see us. Your
parents oaved money by buying from us, and you and your ohildrou can save
money by buying here, too. Wo carry EVERYTHING in tho Furniture line,
C. F. TOLLY & 80NC Depot Street
Tho Old Reliable Furniture Dealers