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NeVv Shoes and Oxfords for Mew,
NeW Shoes and Oxfords for Ladies,
New Bress Goods,
New Lac?s and Embroideries,
New White Goods, x
New Muslin Underwear,
New Gloves, $ew Hosiery,
New Neekw?ar for Ladies,
New Shirt Waists,
New Silk Waists,
New Silks and Satins,
N ew Notions in great variety,
New flattings, New Rugs,
New Art Squares,
In fact, many new and attractive articles that space will
ot permit ns to mention.
We have BIGHT GOOBj? at BIGHT PRICES.
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OUR STOCK OF
IS now complete, including
Fashionable Spring Snits for
Mon and Boye. *
The latest fashion features
in well tailored garments will
he found in our Stock, and at
every price we quote you may
bs por??otiy sure that you will
get tho greatest amount of
and the most perfec^?iting
garments that it is possible to
? /.piM'.SPRWC HATS
Eduplicates of tLe fashionable high-priced Hatters' blocks,
we save you from 50c. to $2.00, and wo guarantee quality
9 the highest possible at each price.
?the rosofc of export workmanship, fif?m the weaving of the
lb to the shaping of the Cravats, and w? offer you more
poe in our 50c, line than yon can find any where else.
0TJB BOYS? GLOXmKG BCTABTSSMT i? flUed with
fh Clothing for big and little boys for play; school or dt^ss
peions, and at prices that mean a big saving of money to
Nats and guardians.'
THIS ONE PRICK CLOTHIER*
WEDNESDAY, M ARO 1$ ll, 1903.
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TH1 COTTOJ MaJMttf.
Strict MidoUing-9i. .
a Easter 8unday falla on tho 12th of
April thia year.
3fareh has thoa far failed to do the
usas! "wind act."
Turnip salad ia a popular dish now at
tho mid-day meal.
A?co?dii?g io tho almanacs spring
will begin next Saturday, 21st inet?,
tTho thoughts of tho fair sex turna*
these days toward Easter bonnets and
s Ohas. B. Hall, of Greenwood, spent
la/it Sunday in Anderson visiting his
Oar local weather prophet assures us
that there will be sunshine enough
af ter awhile
B. C. Kay and wife, of Lown desville,
nave been visiting friends and relatives
Dr. W. B. Chapman, of Elberton,
Ga., is in town'visiting his brother.
Rev. J. D. Chapman.
The Court of Common" Pleas con
venes in Greenville next Monday,
Judge Purdy presiding.
. Some very fine sweet potatoes are
being' marketed now and meet with
ready salo at a fair price.
' Hr. Ed. Lindsay, of Anderson, has
Accepted a position with Reynolds &
Ooonee County ia now without a
chain gang. The term of her last con
viet expired a fow days ago.
A local weather prophet predicts
that all the fruit in this section will be
killed by a heavy frost in April.
Be kind to the hen. She has done
more than any other animal for the
world's breakfast and pin money.
Prof. W. A. Hudgens, who has been
teaching school at Ashland, 8. C., has
returned to his homo at Honea Path.
Hrs. M. C. Randall and Mia. W. H.
Gibson, of Pendleton, have been spend
ing ? few days in the city visiting rela
The Evans Pharmacy has alargo,
fine stock of garden seed, as will ira
seen by reading their new advertise
kiss Sophia Cordie], of New York,
arrived in the city a few days agc to
take charge of the millinery of Moore,
Acker & Co.
Most of our merchants who went
North to purchase goods have retain
ed, andar? getting their affairs ready,
for tho Spring trade.
So far old March has boen as gentle
as a lamb, but some of the weather
prophets say she will roar like a lion
before she passes away.
Miss Kate Glenn. who* has - been
teaching school hov Anderson County,
returned to her home at Newport Wed
nesday.-Bock Hiii Herald.
Tht time for paying State and Coun
ty tax ?s with the penalty bia expired,
and thc Sheriff will now look after the
few delinquents in this County.
? We are indebted to Miss Lizzie B.
Cornish, who .'a agent for Alfred Peats
& Co's, prise wall papers, for a hand
some calendar and some blotters.
Aiho L. Arnold, Jr.; accompanied by
his wife, of Athens, Ga., is in the city
visiting his parents. His many old
friends are delighted to greet bim.
The farmers haye not had an oppor
tunity to do much plowing up to
date, but fiore is plenty of time yet to
get their lands prepared with favora
.Married, on Sunday afternoon, March
15, 1003, at the Baptist parsonage, in
this city, hy Rev. J. D. Chapman, Mr.
Wm. Stewart and Miss Effie O'Shields,
both of Bolton.
^7> jold saying. 'Tog in March frost
in ?lay," is rather discouraging to
olav ?rs who put faith in it. We have
had a great deal of foggy weather since
th. mona. ?un. ip.
r County Supervisor Van diver has pur
chased twelve more fine moles for uso
*>n tho public roads ot the county.
The county now owns fifty mutee and
five road machines.
Let not 10-csnt cotton beguile you
Into planting nearly all your land in
that crop, seer in mind that nearly
everything yon buy ia a little higher
than 10-oentcotton. .
i In their new advertisement this week
B. O. Evans & Co. announce to the
men folks that they are ready to fit
them up in the latest styles of spring
clothing at low prices.
Hon. D. H. Magill, one of Green
wood's popular attorneys and t. mem
ber of the House of Repr'?e^tatives
from that county, spent ?aoi Saturday
in tb f) city on professional bassos.
The attention of the male sex es
pecially is directed to the new adver
tisement of C. A. Reese, who is now
displaying his spring stock of cloth! - g,
which he Is offering at popular prices.
Flour and wheat have advanced and
the probability is that consumers will
have to pay ton to fifteen per cent more
than former prices. New flour will
not come in before the middle of July.
Chlquola Lodge, "Knights of Pythias,
will hold its regular convention to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock. The
ranks of Page and Esquire will be con
ferred. All the members are urged to
The peach trees are blooming, the
grass is beginning to nut np, the vio
lets are in bloom and the birds are
beginning to sing, evidencing the fact
that spring is upon us, and it is wel
comed by one and all. .
Miss Emily Johnson is in Baltimore
for a couple or weeks learning new
"tocks? $ millinery. She will toke a
position zn a millinery store in Ander
son as soon as she returns from Balti
' "Does farming pay?" ia still hoing
laked in the papers. It pays in Ander
son County when given a fair chance.
Shawns af ii mer who is farmingon
the "hog *r?d hominy" plan and we will
show you one who makes farming pay.
The report reached the city yester
day that oar popular fellow-citbteo.
Coi. H. 5. A. Robinson, is seriously ill
st his home in Martin Township, and
lt was feare?Lthafc ho could not live but
& few hours,. He has been in feeble
health for several months.
? The wheat md oat crops, nader the
influence of the remarkable wet and <
warm weather are makins a wonderful ]
growth. So much so, that observant
farmers fear that the cold snap that .
usually comes much later In the season
than this, may injure them.
Miss Kitti* Yeargin, a daughter of
the late Thomas Yeargin, died at the
County Home on Tuesday evening,
10th inst., after a lingorfeg illness.
Sha was about 45 year? of ago, and had
been an inmate of the County Homo
for several years. Her remains wera
carried down to Cross Roads Church
and interred on Wednesday.
A few days ago our charming little
friend, Mies Vine* Patrick, of thia city,
received through the mail a beautiful
little basket from tho Phillippine Is
lands. lt was sent to her hy Capt R.
P. Epps, of the United States Army,
who at ono time waa a student of the
Patrick .Military Institute, and? of
course, is highly appreciated.
J. W. Bowden, who was appointed
special government agent to secure
guning statistics for Anderson Conn
or, has completed nts last report and
forwarded it to Washington. Until
tho government issues a report there is
no way of knowing what the figures
are for the county, as the agent is not
allowed to give out any figures to the
Last Sunday a negro boy was caught
in tho act of stealing a bottle of mor
phine tablets in the Chiquola Drag
store. The boy has a sister who is ad
dicted to the use of morphine, and sev
eral bottles had nreviously been stolen
from the same p.ace. On Sunday the
salesmen were on tile watch for the
thief, and, having suspicioned this
boy, succeeded in catching him.
Miss M. J. McLeskey died at the
home of her brother, T. ?. McLeskey,
at Millville, last Monday morning, of
paralysis, with which she was stricken
on Sunday. She was about 65 years
of age, and a most excellent Christian
woman, having long been a devoted
member of the Methodist Church. Tho
remains were interred yesterday morn
ing at Silver Brook cemetery.
Last Sunday afternoon a gang of
negroes congregated at a tenant's
house on the plantation of J. R. Mil
ler, in M aveu nos Township, and after
imbibing pretty freely o' whiskey got
into a row. As a result a negro wo
man was seriously shot with a pistol,
p-nd is expected to die from the wound.
Voss Thompson and Ellis Simpson
have been arrested and lodged in jail.
The Anderson Fertiliser Company is
well pleased with its sales this season.
Those of our farmers Who have used
the fertilisers turned out by this Com
pany know they get a good article and
are (raying a large quantity of it for
their crops this year. What the farm
er wants is plant food and a tonic to
build up the land, and the Anderson
Company make nothing but that kind.
The first quarterly meeting for Wil
liamston Circuit, for this year, will be
held at Union Grove next Saturday
and Sunday, 21 and 22nd inst. Bev.
B. A. Culla will preach on Saturday at
ll o'clock a. m., after which the Con
ference will be held. - On Sunday he
will preach at Trinity nt ll a. m. and
at Union Grove at 8.80 p. m. A full
attendance is requested by the pastor,
Bev. J. Marion Rogers.
Attention is directed to the adver
tisement of H. D. Reese, an optical
speoialiBt, who is spending awhile in
Anderson. If you are Butlering with
weak eyes or need a pair of glasses,
read what he says and give him a cali
at the office of Dr. A. C. Strickland.
Mr. Reese is an old Anderson boy, has
many friends in this County, and you
may depend on any advice he may give
yon. Be will do you right.
At the solicitation of leading citizens
of McCormick, B. F. Mauldin, of this
city, has consented to undertake the
building and management of a cotton
mill at that place, and is succeeding
very well in the enternrise, lt is pro
posed to have a 10,000 spindle cloth
mill with a capital of $200,000. Mc
Cormick is a good location for the mill,
apd the enterprise is sure to bo a sac
cess under Mr. Mauldin's management.
President H. N. Snyder, of Wotton]
College, who delivered one of his fa
mo a o lectures on Shakespeare at the
City Hall last Friday evening, remain
ed in the city until Monday. On Sun
day morning and evening he delivered
interesting and eloquent addresses at
the St. John Methodist Church. On
both occasions he was greeted by large
congregations, who were deeply im
pressed by his wise words of counsel
The head camp, Woodmen off the
World, jurisdiction of South Carolina,
Georgia, Alabama and Florida, which
met at Pensacola, ?la.,* last week,
decided to hold its meeting next year
at Savannah, Lawrence & Archer, oi
Birmingham, Ala., a former Anderson
boy, was elected Head Counsel, the
highest office in the gift of the organi
sation. We join .Mr.-Archer's many
old friends in Anderson in .extending
J. J. McSwain, of Greenville, has
been appointed by the Sons of Confed
erate Veterans commander of this, tho
third district of South Carolina, in ac
cordance with a resolution Of the last
convention of the United Sous of Con
federate Veterans. The third district
includes tho following counties: New
berry, Laurens, Abbeville, Anderson,
Spartanbnrg. Oconee, Plckens, Green
ville, Greenwood, Chester and Union.
The next convention of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans Will bo held in
New Orleans May 10-21.
R. J. Ginn, of this, city, attended a
banquet given at St. Augustine, Fla.,
last Monday night by W. J. Roddey,
State Agent of the Equitable Life In
surance, to the meal agents of that
Company in Sonth Carolina and Flor
ida. Mr. Ginn represents that Coni
Eiany in Anderson, and was one of the
our agents in the State who won a
golcLwatch that had been offered by
UT. jRoddey to those? who did a certain
amount of business the past year for
the Company. These watches were
presen tea the night oftho banquet.
Tke Board of Directors of the Gluck
Cotton Mill met last Monday and
?elected the Gray plantation as the
lite for the location of the mill. This
Slace, whioh contains about three hun
red acres, ia three miles south of tho
sity, on the C. Sc W. C. R. R., and ls
mo of the prettiest locations for a mill
to be found anywhere. There were
l?verai site? offered the Directora, but
tfter dae consideration, they unani
mously agreed that the Gray place waa
the most deeireable and best adapted
tor tile location'of the mill.
Marcus C. Long has received his
commission ns court stenographer of
;ho eight judicial circuit. Tho an
ointment was made by Hon. J. C.
Hugh, presiding judge. Mr. Long sac
seeds Hon. Wyatt Aiken, now Con
rressman from this, the Third District.
Mir. Long was for nome time steno
rrapher to the firm Of Hunt, Hunt &
Jun ter, of this city, and has many
"nonda who will bc glad to know that
io has received tho appointment. Ho
las been ailing tho position acceptably
lince the election of . Mi*. Aiken last
?ovember.-Newberry Herald and
Ii. t?. Mc?ully, who has been bnying
Mitton the past season at Elberton, Ga.,
aaa returned home.
.Mrs. Carrie Latimer has gone to Mo
bile, Ala., to visit her neice, Mrs. G.
A lew aays ago the 11.80 o'clock
train coming into tho city from Belton
had a remarkable escape from a seri
ons wreck at Riverside, near the eastern
suburbs of the city. The train- which
consisted of of 27loaded cars, had just
crossed the trestle and was running at
a rapid speed to climb the approach
ing grade. Several . ? t ho car* j umped
the track and were teasing the cross
woo to pieces when the engineer was
signalled^nd spplied his brakes. As
ho did this, atranpo to say. the cars re
mounted the track and, beyond tear
in jap UP t?io eros? ti es, no damage re
Married, on Thursday, March 12,
1008. *t the home of the bride's father,
John M. Ashley, in Abbeville County,
by.Be*. N. G. Wright, Mr. Tilden
Strickland and Miss Geneva Ashley.
The attendants were Mr. Walter Ash
ley and Jflss Prassie Strickland, Mr.
Andrew Branyon and Miss Fannie Ash
ley. After the ceremony the party
went into the dining room and enjoyed
a sumptuous repast. We join the
many friends of the young couple in
extending congratulations and wish
them a happy and prosperous journey
W. B. Steele. Jr., Of Rook Hill, 8.
C., is now a citizen of Anderson, hav
ing accepted a position in the office in
the Blue Ridge passenger depot. The
Rock Hill Herald refers to hts leaving
there as follows: "W. B. Steele, Jr.,
who has been in the employ of the
Southern Railroad at this place for a
number of years past in various capaci
ties, has resigned his position and left
Thursday morning for Anderson, where
he has accepted the place of ticket
agent with the Blue Ridge Railroad.
The Blue Ridge authorities are fortu
nate in securing his services for they
have never had a more reliable or bet
ter man in their employ. His family
will follow in a short time, and Rock
Hill will be a loser thereby."
The Veterans' Reunion takes place
in New Orleans May 1^-22. The rail
roads will sell round trip tickets for
the occasion on May 10 to 21 inclusive,
good until May 24. The original pur
chaser of such ticket may secure an
extension of the final leaving d?tete
June 15 by depositing the ticket with
the agent there between May 10 and
24, ana upon payment of fifty cents.
The round trip fare from Anderson
will be $12.70. If forty or more pas
sengers can be secured in this seotion
the Southern Railway will run a
through special car from Anderson to
New Orleans. In order to secure this
special car, we would request all per
sons who contemplate taking this trip
to send their names as soon as possible
to The Intelligencer office so that thu
railroad authorities may be notified in
ample time to have the car here.
Last Monday afternoon a meeting of
a few of the business men of the city
was held in the Court House for the
purpose of considering the question of
organizing a Chamber of Commerce.
T. A. Ratiiffe. Jr., presided and J. W.
Bowden acted as secretary. After in
teresting and pointed addresses by
several gentlemen a committee, con
sisting of T. A. Ratlifie, Jr., J. J.
Fretwell. W. F. Cox, G. M. Tolly and
N. B. Sullivan, was appointed to can
vass the oity and enroll tho names of
all who were willing to join the organi
zation and contribute liberally to its
support. The meeting then adjourned
until next Monday afternoon, when
this Committee will submit its report.
If sufficient interest is manifested the
organization will then be completed by
the eleotion of officers and the adop
tion of a constitution and by-laws.
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Confederate Veterans Bennion.
Cheep Ratea to New Orleans, La., via
On ncconnt of the Confederate Vete
rans' Reunion, io be held at New Or
leans, La.. May 10th to 22d, 1903, the
Southern Raliway will seil round-trip
tickets from all points to New Orleans,
La., and return, at the rate nf one cent
Ear mlle distance traveled Tickets will
s on sale May 10th to 21st, inclusive,
with final date to leavs Nsw Orleans
without validation Ma? 21th, 1008. Orig
inal purchasers of such tickets may se
cure sn extension of tbs limit to June
15th. 1903, by depc-Mtlng tickets with the
Special Agent at New Orleans not earlier
then May 16th or later than May 24th,
upon payment of a fee of fifty cents. The
Southern Raliway offen convenient
schedules and most excellent service,
and every effort will bs mada to assure
Veterans and their friends attending the
Rennlon s most pleasant and comforta
ble trip. Unsurpassed Pullman accom
modations will be afforded, and the ser
vios in every respect will be al! that
could bo desired. Full information and
particulars aa to schedules, etc., will be
cheerfully furnished on application by
any Agent of tho Southern Railway, or
R. W. Hunt. Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, 8. C. ; W. H. Tayloo, Ass't.
'General Passenger Agsot, Atlanta, Ga.
. Attention Merchants.
We have great Inducements to offer
yon In Hoalsry, Panta, Overalls, Drawers,
Piece Goods, etc We will bo in our office
for the next sixty days. Buy from na
yon get the mill prices. Wessvsyou
tbs Jobbers profits. Call on ns and bo
convinced. We are selling ths largest
snd closest buyers In the country.
WEBB & OATER,
Commission Merchants snd Mill Agents.
When you want Plows piesse besr in
mind that none are equal in quality snd
so perfectly shaped HS those manufac
tured bv Towera and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
FREE TO THE BABIES*
The Eastern Manufacturing Co., of
Chicago, will present to every baby,
ander one year of agc, in this county, one
solid silver baby spoon with the baby's
nven name engraved on same, "iou do
oct have to pay one cent nor buy any?
thing to get thia spoon. The Eastern
Manufacturing Co. are large manufac
turera and jobbers of jewelry and
lilverware, and have taken this method
rf advertising their goods. Instead of
mending thousands of dollars for?
nagazine advertising they have decided
O give it away direct to consumers..
The undersigned firm has been
nade distributing agent for this
ocality. Bring your baby to their
itore and give its name and age and
rou will receive one of these beautiful
diver spoons all engraved free of cost.
This is not a cheap article, but solid
?liver of elegant design. Don't fail
o look over the elegant line of The
Saatem Manufacturing Co.'s goods on
JOHN S. CAMPBELL,
Anderson, S. C.
March ll. 1903 38 4
"Do yon want to bny a good Shoo at a little price ?
HALL BROTHERS are selling all Winter-weight
Men's $3.50 Shoes
Sonth Main Street.
Clothiers and Furnishers,
GUTTER YOUR HOUSE.
WE will do the work as cheap as skilled labor and good material will.
admit of. Pot up last year 8,345 feet. We also contract tor->
ROOFING, PAINTING AND PLUMBING.
- SEE OUR
And get a guarantee with every piece sold.
New shipment of
IRON KING STOVES
ARCHER & NORRIS.
200,000 Pounds of Towers & Sullivan
Mfg. Co's. Celebrated Steel Plows.
The Shapes are perfect, and tho quality of steel the highest. These
Flows 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. T:-: . are per
fectly made, of very best material. With these Distributors you \wll save one
man's time, and enough Guano to pay for the Distributor in a very short time?
Pfc? QPlow Stocks, Single Trees, Trace Chains,*
V^Hames, Back Bands, &e. &c, &c.
mS? EVERYTHING needed by tho Former for tho cultivation of bia crop
can be found in our Stock.
Sullivan Hardware Co.