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These Mght, Iqvojy, days cheer the'pedpfe np, THE
JAEMEES naturally think of preparing for a crop. One
thought uppermost in their minds is
IHERE' SHfttL ! BUY ?9? SUPPLIES!
We will assist in answering this question, if they will
allow us to show our Goods and quote our prices. It is .well
known that we carry the largest and best selected Stock of
In this city. Just now we are pushing
Groceries a?d Farm Sup^
With aU our might.
We have ? Tremendous Stock of Flour.
Can furnish you almost any grade, from tho lowest to the
highest. ''' . <
We have never before offered such a Stock of
i ' Molasses. ;
m Varied in grade and price,
j ^ We are making a Specialty bf--'
I Agents for If. D. Sullivan's Tohacccs-the boBt known
landmost popular Tbhaccos ever offered the people, s?lli
BWB Our Own, ?uliivan'e ?f?. 1, Sullivan's T.C D., Su^iran's
i*ree and Easy ?ro household brands. ,
I Bailey Bros, Bock and Bye, Zoe, Big Whistle, Ohopps,
?Penn's No, 1, Harvey's Natural Leaf and Bich and Bipe, are
IpoBsibly as well and favorafcjy known,
I Our Dry t? oods Stock is Cp-to-Date.
We insist upon the people looking to their interests by
?TRADING WITH TTS.
?roho wish to dress weU on a small
aount of money wiU do well to
e our line of - ? - - -
, We carrythe heat of S^^^^*
|ri?e8aieailowae good?o?de can oe soW. .,
OurSuitel ft* ^????IS^
ter for tho flame moneythan you w>U ^ff^*
_ . ^ i ?o ?w??? FINE CL?Tffift?O in ?nder
te haw control of PECK - l^fL "" ?na of those SuttB
. You trill have to come fal and try on one of
.appreoiato.it. Tho fit that we ^"^?tSwTaU?r
-?tad maha of Qiotheo isflimby perfect. It ifl really xau
'ie Clothes carried ia stec?
You osn alwayo find your afcefcnd shape in HATS here,
Vat prices that ol), can afford.
If you are ^W ^^^S^^
it wUl wean come to see??, and you will *e surprise
ladi we ca? save you on them.
in th<* upp&^ part of the Staid, alway? ire?? ?
BL Bank, Sead-to-Foot Outfitter,
.. yStlW?3E*BOW* m'.?2.
WEDNE8DAY, M AUCH ll? 19?3
: - saaaag8g^-i . -
..Anderson County has very few de
I H. H. Wilcox, of Hartwell. Ga.i spent
last Monday in Anderson. 1
Frank H. Cary, of Seneca, spent sev
eral days in Anderson last week.
W. W. Reese, of Elberton,-Ga., spent
a day or two io Anderson last week.
Mrs. W. W. White and Mrs. W. E.
White are visiting relatives at ricken*.
^Bev. 0? J. Copeland, of Waynesboro,
Ga., is spending a few days in Ander
The plum trees are in bloom, and the
peach trees are about ready to follow
The Court of General Sessions con
venes at Piekens next Monday, 16th
If there will be no more wintry
weather we will have an abundance of
Bo far old Af arch bas been very sen
tie, but she may yet make up for lost
G. B.'Townsend and P. E. Watkins
spent a day or two in Spartanburg last
. .'. . .
Lime is cheap. Use it freely around
your premises for disinfecting pur
poses. f;'; '
Mrs. J. R. Vandiver and children
went to Atlanta last Friday to spends a
The Anderson Foundry and Machine
Shop thea opened its plant- and com
menced work. '
Frank Archer, of Chester, S. C., is
spending a few days in Anderson visit
ing hi? parents.
W. P. Cook, of this County, has ?one
to Kew York on a combined business
and pleasure trip.
Cant. A. W. Anderson; Superinten
dent bf the. C. & W; C. R.R., waa in
tho city yesterday.
The season in which to hunt birds
without violating the law, ezuircB with
the first day of April.
Our former young townsman, Theo.
Bell, of Macon, Ga, , is in the city for a
few days visiting his parents.
Allen Caudle lett Anderson a few
days ago for Oklahoma, where he will
locate and engage in business.
J. R. Earle. Esq., and R. T. Jaynes,
Esq., of Walhalla, spent a day in the
city las? week attending Court.
Capt. W. G. Smith went up to Wal
halla last week- to spend a few days
with his daughter, Mrs.N. L. Fant.
Owing to the continued .rains very
little plowing bas been dono in this
section towards starting another crop.
The wheat and oats have come out
considerably during the past ten - days.
It is thought they are not injured very
-W. B., Magruder will arrive in An
derson to-day. or to-morrow with an
other fine lot of mules. See advertise
G. H. Bailes, of The Bee Hive, has
none td the Northern markets to buy a
jar^o stock : of goods for tho( Spring
I ji/rs. Evanne Archer, has gone to
Spartanburg, where she will spend a
few weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs.
A. 8. Todd. -
H. M. Prince, cf Piedmont has ac
cepted a position in this city with the
Anderson Cotton Mill and moved his
J. H. BurriBB, a big farmer and lead
ing citizen of J va, tf C.; was here on
business thia morning.-Elberton (Ga.)
Star, 6th inst. ,
Rev. W. A. Rogers, of Spartanburg,
spent a few day a in Anderson last Week
in the interest of. the Southern Chris
Col. John M. Patrick, assistant Adju
tant and Inspector General, has been
Sending a few days in the city visit
Women stammer less often than
men, and an exchange suggests that if
womeli stammered they would never
get the last word.
Misses Bessie : Shanklin, of Eaaley,
ind Carrie Shelor, of Seneca, have
been spending a few dayo in the city
. ; ,. ?*?
VMisa Lillian Murrah has fully recov
ered from her protracted illness and
has resumed her duties in the store of
Osborne & Pierson..
Mrs Mary C. Keith has gone to
Salisbury, N. C., where she will spend
a few weeks Visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Flora Overman.
J, H. Hutchison spent a few. days in
Elberton, Ga., last week visiting hio
father, S. A. Hutchison, Who has been
emite; sick but ia now better.
Mr. J, C. Cum Tings and Miss Gehola
Cummings, of Anderson, were in Wal
halla last week and* attended the Pyth
ian banquet.-Ive o woo Courier.
'Clarence Tolly, a prominent busi
?feB8 man of Anderson, visited his
sister; Mrs.- W- M. Wilcox, yesterf
and today.-Elberton Scar, Gth hist
A postoffice inspector will shortly
visit Anderson' for the purpose olmas*
ing an inspection in reference to put
ting in a freo city delivery of mail
The price of mules is high enough
now to encourage etock raising in An
derson County. Almost any kind of a
mule now sells for more than a hundred
Dr, Gor/lnn B.- Moore, ef Forman
University, spent last Sunday in An
derson, the guest of Judge W. F. Cox,
and preached.at 11.80 a* m. in tho First
Mr*. James Gambrell, an aged citizen
nf tho Brnaby Creek section of Ander
sen CCaUty, is critically ill and is not
expected to live but a very short while.
The citizens of the Townvilie sec
tion should go out to the Townvilie
Academy next Saturday night and
hear the lecture of Prof. John G. Clink
scales, of Wofford College.
A meeting will bo held at tho City
Hall to-morrow evening at 8.80 o'clock
tor the purpose of organizing a Clv??
' sr ot Commerce. Every business
, in the city should attend.
Dr, Colvin Todd? who hos boen prao
ticing medicine in Sparta, Ga., bas
formed a copartnership with Dr. W.
lt. Hayn io at Belton and will move
there at once to practice his profession.
Wm. Moorehead. formerlVof Belton,
but who has been living nt Darlington,
8. Ct a number of years, haa moved
hook to Belton, where he has accepted
oj position aa salesman for R, A. Lewis.
Mrs. Brown and daughter, of Ander*
/so?? S. C.. the steter and niece of Mr.
P. 8., F. li race, came over last week
and spent a day and night with Mr.
.and Mrs. Bruce.-Elberton (Ga.) Trib
Messrs. Gr. N. C. Bolcman and W. E.
Lee have gone to Pensacola, Fla., to
attend the annual convention of Head
Camp, Jurisdiction I, Woodmen of the
World, representing Willow Camp, of
thia eily .
^Married, cn Suuday. March ?,1008,
at the home of tho officiating minister,
Kov. John B. Brown, in the Holland's
Store section, Mr. Joseph Massey and
Miss Nettie Chasteen, both of Ander
Kev. Moses Cherry, a colored Metho
dist preacher who formerly resided in
Anderson, died at his home in Spartan -
! burg County .asr. Wednesday. He was
n good man, and highly esteemed by
his white friends.
Oat in Mi-?ouri a justice decided that
the eggs on a farm belonged to the
wtfe and not to the husband, and that
he waa no better than a thief when he
sold them contrary to her will and
pocketed the money.
Thomas B. DaviB leaves for Ander
son thia week where he goes to look
after his business interests, ilia fami
[. ly will go later. Tho people of Green
wood are sorry to give np these good
Oar merchants are anticipating afine
business this Spring and are laying io
large and. well selected stocks of goods,
Watch the advertisements in The In
telligencer every week and jon will
know where to bay yonr goode.
The Court of Common Fleas remain
ed in session all last week, though the
jurors were discharged on Friday. Thc
few cases tried were of no importance,
and probably cost the County as ?nuc?
or more than the amount involved. .
'.!..'.."."'>'.. ': '.' V" . ? .' '.'?.l-l *
. Services will be held in Grace Epis
copal Church this morning at ll o'clock
to-morrow at 4.80 p*. m., and on Sun
diiy at 11.80 a. m. and 4.80 D. m. Th?
friends of the congregation are cor
dially invited tn athanA these services
There are several cases of smaUpoi
in Walhalla, and compulsory vaccina
tion has been ordered by the Board o
Health r On account of the disease th?
Court of Sessions, which was to hav
convened there last Mondr.y, has heel
postponed to the first Monday in July
Mrs. G. F. Tolly and daughter, Mn
C. E. Tolly, of Anderson, who hav<
b jen on a visit to their daughter an<
sister. Mrs, W. M. Wilcox, returned.b
their home this afternoon. They wen
accompanied by little .Miss Marioi
Wilcox.-Elberton (Ga.) Star, 5th inst
U'- Colombia is discussing the matter o
inviting the Confederate Veterans o
this State to hold their annual rennioi
in that city the present year, and it i
said that Spartanburg will become it
chief competitor. Anderson shonli
make an effort to entertain tho Veter
ans next year.
air. Robert Jackson, of Anderson
who built houses in Anderson thirty
one years ago, was in town yesterday
selling moles. He looks aa younga
ever, and we presumo th&t he ha
grown rich. When a man is able t
own a whole drove of moles he is ric
indeed!'-Abbeville Press and Bannei
Wm. -Biggins, of Baltimore, repre
senting the International Fedoratio
of Labor, organized a Carpenter!
Union in this city last Saturday nigh
With abont thirty members. The fol
lowing officers were elected: Preaj
dent; .J. A. Briesoy; Secretary, C. W
Burgess; Treasurer, J. A. Lange tor
Cadet Pani J. Steel, of Cheater, die
at Clemson CoUege last Sunday nigh
of pneumonia. He had been sick io
several weeks. Tho yoong ra tm's poi
ents were with him, and he had ever
possibio attention from Dr. - Bcdfor
and the nurses at the .college hospita
The ro'nains were carried to' Chaste
on Monday and interred,
Kev. Hngh .Murchison ?as retorne
to his home at Anderson, after a vlsi
of a few days at the home of Mn, Lax
drum. * Mrs. Murchison and childi ?
WiU remain here some time. We ar
sorry to learn that one of the ehildrei
ia threatened with pneumonia but te JE
that she wiU soon >e her bright littl
self again.-Johnsen Monitor.
Bev. Dr. Snyder, President of Woi
ford CoUege, wiU deliver a lectare i
the CityiHsll next Friday evening, 18t
inst., on the , subject, "Shakespear
Once More." Admission, 25 conti
Tickets are now on.sale at Hubbard
jewely store and at the several dm
atorea In the city. Go ont and hear tl
lecture, and yon will not regret it.
St. Patrick's Day comes on the 17t
of March. It io said the men-folks 1
be fashionable shoo ld wear green neel
ties, and ye ladies might bedeck youl
selves with a few green ribbons 1
keep green the memory of the good 8
Patrick, who freed Ireland froi
snakes. Be careful meanwhile, not 1
let anything green got in your .eyes.
The Baptist Courier ot ino 5th ins
says: "Bev. B. H; B?rrigs, pasto:
elect of the Piedmont Baptist Claire]
will take charge of the work in Pie?
mont the first of April. We ox ten
Bro. Burriss a cordial welcome bac
home and wish for him great sacco
in this important field." Mr. Burri
is a native of Anderson County, ar
hi8 many friends and relatives hoi
will be delighted to know that he
going to.return to this section.
Honea Path was visited by a seve:
Storm last Friday night, and for
while it waa feared that another cyeloi
had Strock the town. Several chin
noys were blown : down, many ou
housed demolished and window Ugh
blown ont of a number 'of houses.
few miles east of the town hundreds i
trees were uprooted and other darna*
done. The main conree of theater
seemed to follow that of the storm t
February lQ?h> and while the damai
WAS light, the force of the wind seeme
to bo os severe as -voa that of tho.10tl
-Honea Path Chronicle, 4th inst.
A verdant 'yonth who had just coe
ploted.his apprenticeship aa acnrpei
ter, dropped into a jewetry store ai
after looting at some fraternity pin
asked. "How much is this ono wi
square and.compasses cat" pointing
a ??asonio pin. "Five dollars," BU
the dealer. "You haven't got one wi
a hand saw on, have yon? Pm just o
as e iwrpentor and Oner, and Pd lil
something to wear so people won
know what I'm doing. I'll take :
though I'd like some one with a bat
saw, but I guess thia one's pla
enough. Tho compass is to mark o
-our work and the square is to rnensu
it ont and any gol-durn fool knoi
that G stands for gimlet."
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Cv Wv. Clifton, who was in Anderson
a low weeks ago and claimed to be ao .
.agentjot the "Lifo of John A, Broad
na," has got into serious trouble hi*
Greenville. Ho was passing before tho
public and traveling over tho railroads
aa a Baptist preacher when lu fact he
turns out to be a crook, a gambler and
a thief* lie was caught stealing arti
cles in .Mahon & Arnold's Kt oro, was
arrested and tho room whero he board -
od was searched. Many things Vere
found, suoh as razors, shaving brushes,
tobacco, cigars, cravats J kid gloves,
rubber shoes, pocket knives; heel taps,
meat, cheese, eggs and other articles.
Prof. H. E. Bonner, president of Due
west Female College from 1889 to
1805, and since then ii merchant, died
suddenly at his home in Duo West on
Tuesday, 8rd inst., at the age of 5*3
?ears. . He was perhaps as well as usual
u the morning and had begun his
day's work when the fatal stroke came.
W nue writing at his desk about 10
o'clock he was stricken with apoplexy.
He was found in an unconscious condi
tion a few minutes later by his little
eon. In spite of all that was done he
gradually grew worse'till the end came.
The deceased was well known through-,
out thia section, and his death is deeply
regretted by his many friends.
Samuel N. Poore, of Belton Town
ship, died at his home in the Tone j
Creek section on Tuesday night, 8rd
inst., in the 61st year of his og?. On
Monday morning preceding his death
he ate a hearty breakfast and went to
a neighbor's house, a short distance
away, and while standing in tho piazza
waa stricken down with paralysis,
from which ho. never rallied.. Mr.
Poore was born, reared and anent his
life on the farm whero he died, and
had long been a devoted member of
Shady Grove Baptist Church, where
his remains were interred on Wednes
day, A/Sorely be'caved widowand
three SO?B are left to cherish his memo
Tho Clemson College correspondent
ot the Columbia State, writing under
date of the 8th inst., says: "T. B. Lee
of the sophomore olaas has invented au
ingenious device to be attached to
looms. It saves time, trouble and labor
ano\ gives a larger per cent of first
class goods. He tried the machine on
the looms in the textile department
here and found it to work perfectly.
Mr. Lee had his invention patented
last December and recently sold his
rights to the Draper Loom Co. of
Hopedale, iiass. Mr. Lee is a Pelzer
boy who entered the lowest class at
Clemson nearly three years ago, not
even prepared for that ont so earnest
was he in all his work that at the end
of the first bait ne was promoted to
the next highor class. Few young
men ever receive suoh a compliment.1'
The mills of South Carolina, Georgia
and North Carolina have organized a
mutual insurance com ?any, Known as
the Cotton Mill Mutual Fire Insurance
company. The following is a list of
the officers: Jas. P. Verdery, of Augus
ta, president; P. A. Rhodes, of tho
Factory Mutual Fire Insurance com
pany of New England, secretary and
general manager. Directors-E. F.
verdery, R. R. Hickman, T. L. Hick
man, Thomas Barrett, dr., J. F. Han
son, L. A. Thomas, Gunby Jordan,
James L. Orr, E. A. Smythe, W. B.
Smith Whaley. LeRoy Springs, Dr. J.
S. Turner, B. F. Taft and H. T. Grant.
The company, which was incorporated
about three months ago, will do a gen
eral insurance business among cotton
mills in the Booth. The rate of insur
ance at present is 8 cents per hundred,
I which is considerably less than has
heretofore been secured for that class
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Gludk Cotton Mills was held in the
Coori; House yesterday at noon for the
purpc e of selecting a site for the erec
tion of the mill. Hon. G. F. Tolly was
called to tho chair. There was much
interest manifested in the location; and
after some discussion the matter was
referred to the Board of Directors. An
election for fonr additional Directors-]
Of the Company resulted in the selec
tion of C E. R?ey and W. H. W?ling
ton, of Boston, Mass., C. E. Chappel, of
Atlanta, Ga., and Edward Ehrlich, of
Columbia, S. C. The meeting then ad
journed. The Directors held a meet
ing in the afternoon and at night, but
did not agree on a location. The Presi
dent and atfcornoy of the company were
instructed to getup such further in
formation as was thought advisable in
reference to certain sites and report at
an adjourned meeting of the Directors,
which will be held as soon as possible.
Wanted lo South Carolina.
Talbotton, Ga., March 4.-The three
crooks held here in jail are wanted in
Iva, S. C., as a telegram waa received
this afternoon identifying the watch
found on one of them. Following is
the telegram: -, .
"To J. Martin)Baldwin, Talbotton,
Ga.: instruct sheriff to hold prison
ers. Watch fonnd on them was stolen
from a safe which waa blown open here
a few weeks ago."
r.C>'ie men gave their names as Thomas
Hamilton, J. A. Byrd and Will Oliver.
Hamilton and Byrd are bound over to
Talbott superior court on the charges
of carrying concealed weapons and ma
licious mischief. They were arrested
boro Monday and fuses and dynamite
and a 44 Belgium pistol were found on
their persans. The Constitution's ac
count of their capture yesterday
brought forth numerous telegrams, in
cluding tho one identifying the watch.
-Special dispatch to the Atlanta Con
Sheriff Green investigated the mat
ter, but as tho prisoners bad been taken
charge of by the United States officers,
he could not secure thom for ti ia! here.
- A citizen of the Ring's Creek
neighborhood who was in Yorkville
the other day on business, stated
that mooashining is more common in
his neighborhood now than he has
ever known before. He told of find
ing a spot on his own plantation where
a still bad evidently been operated Tor
weeks without his knowledge; He
says it is common to see people pass
ing to and from moonshine stills with
jugs of liquor; but it is rarely the case
that one of these will ever tell where
the moonshiners are located. .
We have great inducements to offer
you io Hosiery, Pants, Overall?, Drawers,
Pleoe Goods, etc. We will boin our offlco
for the next sixty days. Buy from ua
you get the mill prices. Wo aavo you
the Jobbers profits. Call on us and be
convinced. Wo are selling the largest
and closest buyers ia tho country.
WEBB & OATER,
Commission Merchant* and Mill Agents.
WANTED-A lew good live men as
organizers tor an up-to-date Fraternal
Order. Good pay to hustlers. Address
H. G. JohnBon, Deputy Supreme Orgad
iaer, Anderson, t?. C. 30-3*
When you want Plows please tear la
mind that none are equal in quality and
so perfectly sbhpod AS those manufac
tured .bv Towera and Sullivan Manufnb*
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
Do you want to buy a good Shoe at a little price f
HALL BROTHERS are selling all Winter-weight
? ? -.
Men's $3.50 Shoes
Clothiers and Furnishers?
South Kain Street.
GUTTER YOUR HOUSE.
WE will do the work as cheap aa skilled labor and good material will
admit of. Put up last year 8,345 feet. We also contract for
ROOFING; PAINTING AND PLUMBING.
And get a guarantee with every piece sold.
New shipment of- f
IRON KING STOVES
Y oura truly,
ARCHER & NORRIS.
200,000 Pounds of Towers & Sullivan
Mfg. Co's. Celebrated Steel Plows.
The Shapes are perfect, and ihe quality of steel the highest. These
Plows are CHEAPEST because they aro BEST You can select just what
you want from our tremendous Stock.
We have the best Distributors ever put on the market They are .per
fectly made, of very best material. With these Distributors you will save one
man's time, and enongh Guano to pay for the Distributor in a very short, time.
Flow Stocks, Single Trees, Trace Chains,
Hames, Back Bands, &o. &c. ?o.
. EVERYTHING needed by the Farmer for the cultivation of his crop
can ne found in onr Stock. .
?M Hardware Co.