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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1903
Having completed a preliminary sur
vey of tho route of the proposed Green
ville-Anderson interurban line, the
surveying party returned to Greenville
The surrey was a record breaker.
The route, which measure:? about .V>
mi IPA. was surveyed in six divs, the
party making an average of about six
miles: each day.
The survey was started from Green
ville Monday at noon and yesterday
the surveying party readied Anderson
shortly after 12 o'clock. They re
turned to Greenville last night on
Ko. 40 arriving here shortly after 101
Dr. Coughlin, tho promoter of the
interurban line, spent yesterday in
Anderson in attendance upon the meet
ing held there in the interest of good
roads. He returned last night with
the surveying party, and expressed
himself as being well pleased with
the remarkable interest displayed by
the Anderson people ou tho subject of
lt is expected that a second prelim
inary survey will bo made after which
Jos. I .purine, the engineer in charge,
will make an estimate of the cost of
construction of the road.-Greenville
News, 2-1 th inst.
Clemson College Commencement.
Invitations to the seventh annual
com men cement nt Clemson College
have boen received herc. Tho follow
ing is the program:
The baccalaureate sermon, Sunday,
June T, will bo preached by Kev. C. A.
Stakeley, of Alabama, and tho V. M.
C. A. closing exercises will be held at
H o'clock the same evening.
Tho literary society exercises will
take placo Monday, Juno H, at ll n. m.,
aud the annual address to tho alumni
will be delivered by Ii. K. Tillman, Jr.,
of Trenton, of the first graduating
class of thu institution.
The graduating exercises will be
held Tuesday, Juno 0. Dr. Chas. W.
Kent of the University of Virginia
will deliver the address to tho graduat
ing class, which numbers GO this year.
The senior class speakers will take part
in tho exercises nt this time and the
diplomats will bo presented.
The college glee?club will give an
entertainment in the chapel Saturday
ev? ?ling, June G. Tho extensive shops
an'i laboratories will bu open to inspec
ts from 2 to 5 o'clock Monday after
> -II and at 4 o'clock Monday after
noon tho military exercises will begin.
LaFayetto and the Confederate Soldier,
Editors Intelligencer: In 1824, nearly
a century ago, when that knightly and
chivalrous hero, LaFayetto, passed
through this beautiful city, spring's
balmiest and most radiant sunbeams
had kissed into generous bloom the
Howers of wintry March, and these
first offerings of spring were laid by
grateful hands in the carriage ? ways
and streets, and in the dust, that tue
foot of that gallant son of France
should tread thiB rare and radiant path
way of sweetest perfumo, and with the
queenly roses there lay the lily flags,
the "Fleur de Lis" of his own loved
land, he won the affections of the
stern-browed and iron-souled warriors
of the Revolution, Thenceforth a halo
of glory surrounded him and he was
hailed by all the world as tho Apostle
of Liberty! LaFayetto was received
with open arms by the warm-hearted
and chivalrous sons of South Carolina
and was entertained in the large and
commodious house on Gervais street
so long occupied by Bishop Capers.
Forty years after the great war be
tween the States, 18G1 to I860, that
knightly and Chivalrous gentleman,
Gen. Wilie Jones; surrffested to that
sterling veteran. Capt. W. D. Starling,
the idea of strewing flowers, and the
Reunion Committee, assisted by Prof.
Dreher, on the afternoon of Wednes
day, the 18th inst, like God's sweetest
benediction, fell the gentle raf n from
the heavens apon the gallant and bat
tle scarred warriors of our great cause
and upon the fair and dainty little
children, whose wee hands had made
of May's loveliest flowers a carpet from
Lady Street to the State House. ?non
this fragrant pathway of flowers they
marched once again, clad in their suite
of grey. Some of these were at Chan
cellorsville where Stonewall Jackson
took victory ont of Hooker's hand and
carried it with him to his grave; somu
were at Gettysburg, Shiloh, Chicka
mauga and some with Hampton and
Butler at Tro vii lian and Sapony Church
and some with Mart Gary on the Chick
ahominy, and some from 1st Manaeses
Oh, grand old patriots, who have so
nobly fought and bled, though thy
steps be feeble and slow and down the
west life's sun is fast sotting, forever
our hearts will live in tho memory of
?our white deeds of valor and your no
ie brows we crown with the garlands
of fadeless laurel and with the wreaths
of deathless immortelles.
U. R. Brooks.
Columbia, S. C., May 20.
Brushy Creek News. . .
It is very dry in this section, and far
mers are very much in need of a good
season to bring; up their seed.
Although it is dry many of our farm
ers are cultivating their early planting
of corn and thinning their cotton.
There was preaching at Siloam Sun
day by the pastor, Rev. D. I. Spear
man. He preached a good sermon
from tho text found in 1st Cor. 18-10.
There will be children's day exer
cises at Siloam on the second Sunday
In June. The public is invited to at
tend with well-filled dinner baskets.
The Sunday School at St. Paul held
.children's day exercises yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roper, of near
Greenville, were in our midst Saturday
J. J. John eon, of Oconeo, is here re
Sodeling the residence of H. F. Cely.
r. Johnson is a native of "?o County
bat moved off some year ago. We
. are all glad to eeo bim in oar midst
.again. T. F.
'-tetter to Russell MaGukln.
Anderson t S. C.
' Dear Sin Yoa naturally want to make
yourowu and your customer's mouey
co aa far as possible. Bo, in the general
interest, we tell you why fewer gallons
of De voo Lead and Zinc will paint a house
than mixed paints.
Let's suppose you are using lead and
oil. Instead of lead and oil yon putin
four-fifths whiting, lime, water, and oth
er stuff that doesn't paint at au. Put
that against a gallon of lead and oil, and
.what will it dot ?Ooe-flfth a?j much. -
How much of your labor is wasted?
Four-fifths. How good a Job Will it
tnakt? No comparlsou. How much
gooa will it do you in your business to
tarn .-ut such a job?
"And so on.
Devoo Liad and Zinc paints a house
with fewoi-,/,-tllons than mixed paints,
mud wear* t?vloa as long as lead and oil.
P. W. DKVJB ?fc Co.,
Death ur Capt. Erskine.
Anderson County has lust another
one of her oldest and most worthy
citizens in the death ol' Cupt. J. M.
Erskine, which occurred at his
home in thia city lost Thursday morn
ing, lie had been sick two or three
weekti, but his condition was not con
fiidered serious untii a few days pre
ceding bis death. The funerai ser
vices were conducted in the First
Presbyterian Church, of which he had
been an exemplary member for more
than li Itv years, last Saturday mottl
ing by the pastor, Kev. S. J. Cartledge,
after which the remains were interred
in the Churchyard. Capt. Erskine waa
born and reared in Hopewell Town
ship, and had he lived until ti lat June
next he wo aid have celebrated his
?2nd birthday. In April, 1851, ho mar
ried Miss Margaret McAllister, who
with two sona and two daughters, sur
vives him. In the early spring of 1801
he moved to Alabama, and when the
civil war commenced offered his ser
vices to his adopted State, but on ac
count of being very deaf he was re
turned home- In the spring of 1804 he
returned to Anderson County, and set
tled near his old home, about four miles
northeast of the city, where lie resided
until until about two years ago, when
he moved into tbe city. Tho deceased
was held in high esteem by a wide
circle of friends, who will long cherish
his memory und who deeply sympathize
with tho bereaved family in their sor
Mr. II. X. Garrison narrowly escaped
having his house burned Inst Saturday
a. m. His wife had been oui for u
couple of hours attending to her poul
try and garden and when she returned
to the house and opened her bedroom
door, she discovered the bed on lire.
With taro presence of mind she closed
the door, so as to shut off the air, and
ran for a. couple buckets of Water.
After throwing on water sufficient to
subdue the Hames, ehe caught up thu
bed and everything on it in her arms
and carried them out in the yurd and
thus saved the house. Had she been a
half hour later in discovering the fire,
or if site had not neted so promptly und
sensible the house would have no doubt
been destroyed. The origin ot the Ure
is a mystery, but it is supposed it was
eau ?cd by a rat and a match.
A month ago every ono was com
Elaining about the wet, cool weather,
ut now the timo has changed and the
cry is "Oh how dry and bet. I do wish
it would rain." Farmers areespecially
blue, ns they cannot get a good atend
of cotton while it continues so dry, and
the soil has become too hard to plow
well except in wet bottom land. Farm
work is at least two weeks behind what
it usually is at this date.
Miss Mary Chapman spent last Sat
urday and sunday with Miss Sue Ad
ger and Misa McDowell at the lovely
Ad ger home, near Pendleton.
Mrs.-Gr M. Harper, of Anderson,
visited relatives here Wednesday.
Kev. S. T. Blackman, pastor of the
Methodist Church nt McCormick, visit
ed his brother, Mr. Marshall Blackman,
and other friends here last week.
Mr. Felix Watkins, of Anderson, was
the guest of Mr. and J/rs. J.K. Gar
Mr. Davenport, of Greenville County,
spent Sunday with his friend, Prof. W.
Miss Mamie Hembree, of the Salem
section, was tbe guest ot Mrs. E. M.
Browne last Tuesday.
There is consid?rame sickness about,
mostly the usual summer complaint.
Mrs. J. K. Garrison has had a very
sick child with this disease.
Little Eugenia Browne has been very
sick with the Bame complaint, but is
much better now.
Mrs. John L. Jolly, who has been
(lui te sick for three weeks, does not
Tho friends of Lonnie Ellis regretted
very much that he had the misfortune
to get into a fracas with Will Solsbee
at Factory Hill on the 15th, in which
he had to kill the man in aelf-def?nse,
Lonnie Elita has lived in this section
nearly all his life and bears a good
character as a peaceful, sober boy.
The Denver High School will close a
very, very successful seven months'
session on the 28th. On the 80th tho
school will picnio at Jolly Springs.
Some fine speakers have promised to
be present and address the crowd. In
the afternoon the Denver base ball
club will croas bats on the ground with
the Anderson club. A pleasant time
is expected, and the public is invited to
come with the usual well-filled baskets.
Duet, dust, oh, how dusty.
Some of our farmers are getting blue
over thef dry weather.
Will Elrod nnd wife and the latter1 _
mother, Mrs. Kebeca Kichey, of near
Piedmont, vieited S. F. WyattV ?anxi
ly the third Saturday and Sunday.
B. W. Wyatt and bia mother visited
relatives and friends in Oconee last
The congregation at Corinth last
Sunday liatened attentively to a tine
sermon delivered by their pastor, Kev.
G. A. Martin. At this church there
will be preaching every fourth Sunday
night during the summer months.
Misa Marion Pickena is visiting in
Mrs. W, C. Martin viaited her fath
er's family at Pickens last week.
Jifias Lillian Smith went to Anderson
last Friday to stand the teachers ex
Several of our people attended chil
dren's day at St. Pani yesterday.
Mrs. George Corbin and children, of
Greers, are visiting the family of her
father, CM. Watson.
J. Monroe Johnson, of Unaly, Ala.,
arrived at his father's yesterday to the
delight of his many friends.
Newe is acaree.
Excursion From the Mountains to
Charleston, S. C. .
I will run a train from Walhalla to
(marleston, S. C., on TUESDAY,
June 9, and haye made the oheapeat
rate and most convenient schedule
ever offered to the people of the ap
eonntry. A daylight ride both going
and returning, and two nights ana
one day and a half in the "city by tho
sea." Juat think of it. only $3 from
Anderson for the round trip. Suroiy
.... ~:n -A-._*c .i.:,,
Jf \?\A VfA&t ???V UUTttUlUgV VT. ? I. ? IJ V. ...... VJ
if you want to see the ocean and all
the scenery around the historio old
city. The "Isle of Palma" has been
made more attraotive than ever, and a
visit to this famous bench on tuc At
lantic is worth ten timea the cost of
the trip. A lot of pioe people are go
ing and if you want to join the crowd
come right along and I will do my best
to make it the most enjoyable occasion
of your life. Remember? I am only
soliciting the patronage of deoent and
well-behaved people. If you do not
belong to that class remain at home.
See handbills for schedules aud rates.
Good hoard eau be obtained in the
city at $1 per day.
For further information call on or
address- L. P. SMITH/
Anderson, S. C?
Mrs. Dr. Wilson, of Lowndesvihe, is
visiting ber parents, Mr. and M?S. D.
A. S. Bowie ie still conliued to' his
room, but ie improving.
Jesse L. Sherard spent Sunday at
There will be ar in dan t opportunity
for our people to attend religious ser
vice next Sabbath. Rev. A. L. Pat
terson preaches at Tb* Grove, Bev. I.
E. Wallace at Good Hope at ll a. m.,
and Rev. J. V. Black at Generostee at
8 p. m. The Union Meeting at Starr
will also be attended by a number fr om
Rev. Dr. Law, of Wallace, preached
to a large congregation at Good Hope
A. H. Dagnall, Esq., ol' Anderson,
was in our community last week on
J/rs. Euphemia Harris, who has
boen quite sick, is reported much bet
A shower of rain would bit most ac
ceptable now, both for man and beast
as well as to the growing crops.
Pot Plants and Ont Flowbrs for ??ale.
T,anrn ari small Palma a specialty Mr?.
J. F. Clinkrcales, 242 North Main 8t.
FOR SALE-A lot of burnt Wire, suit
able for fencing, cheap, at the Mattrees
pav to huy c.'sap PAINTS and employ
cheap PAINTERS ?
at our residence, 120 McDumo, and cruesn
how Jonsr si joe it was painted. Fresh
lot of LUCAS PAINTS received at
WILHITE & WILHITE.
CITY LOTS FOR NALE-Situated on
and near North Main Htree?. Five m'.u
utw' walk Court House. Apply to J. F.
( MinkHenio.', Intelligencer office.
FOIOV'H Honey and Tar contains no
o pl Ates and can be safely given to
Whan you want Plows please bear in
mind that nona are equal in quality and
ao perfectly nbaperi aa those manufac
tured bv Towera and Sullivan Manufac
turing Co. and sold by Sullivan Hard
. MONEY TO LOAN-in suma of f 100
or more on real-estate mortgages. Apply
tn Quattlebauin & Cochran, Anderjon, S.
A few more Kool' Choppers and Kelly
Perfect Axes at the old price. ,
Brock Hardware Co.
Sullivan Hardware Co. have six car
loads of Barb Wire and Wire Nails in
?took and en route. As these gooda are
certain to advance in price, they advise
yoa, if needing any of this material, to
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
Now is the time to get a good Razor
oheap from Brook Hardware Co.
A big lot ot Georgia Ratchet Plow
Stocks for 50c See Brook Hardware Co.
Traveling Is Dangerous.
Constant motion jars the kidneys
which are kept in pla JO in the body by
delicate attachments. This is the reason
that traveler?, trainmen, street car men,
teamsters, and all who drive very much,
suffer from kidney disease in some fot m.
Foloy's Kidney Oure strengthens the
kl?neya and cures all forms of kidney
aid bladder diseases George E. Haue?
man, locomotive engineer, Lima, O.,
writes: "Constant vibration of the en
gine caused me a great deal of trouble
with my kidneys, und I got no relief un
til I used Foley's Kidney Cure."-EvanB*
We have great inducements to offer
?ou in Hosiery, Pants, Overalls, Drawers,
ieee Goods, etc. We will bo tn our office
for the next sixty days. Bny from ns
you get the mill prims. We save you
tbs jobbers profits. Call on na and be
convinced. We are selling the largest
and ol?aest buy era in the country.
WEBB & CATER,
Commission Merchants and Mill A gan ta
You never beard of any one using Fo
ley's Hones auATar and not being satis
fied.- Evana' Pharmacy.
What lt Foley's Kidney Ciro?
Answer: It ls made from s proscription
of&Jeadlng Chlosgo physician, and one
of the moat eminent in the country. The
ingr?dients are the pureat that money
can buy, and are scientifically combined
to get their utmost value.-Evans' Phar
Horse Collars-Leather Collara of all
kinds at prices to please. Cloth Collara.
.'Goo-Haw" and gennlne . "Langford.'*
A large atock from which yon can select
just what you want at Sullivan Hardware
Co's. . ||
Don't let this opportunity pass and fall
to get a Terraolug Plow cheap.
Brook Hardware Co.
' Sullivan Hardware Co. are prepared to
meet the requirements of their customers
for abes, having just received 800 dozen
of them. These Hoes are the best they
can buy. The handles are of selected,
well seasoned timber. The blades and
shanks of hand-forged steal, perfectly set.
If yen will maka inquiry it will be a
revelation to you how many auocumb to
kidney or bladder troubles In one form
or another. If the patient ls not bsyend
medical aid, Foley's Kidney Cure will
care. It never disappoints.-Evans'
Sullivan Hardware Co. have Poultry
Netting in all heights. For adorable
and low-priced garden or poultry fence
nothing wfil equal this netting.
FOR SALE-A lot of fine Bared Ply
mouth Rock, White Plymouth Bock and
Brown Lesborn Eggs for settings. Apply
to Oakland Poultry Yards. W. H. Nar
din, Jr. tf March 24
Any farmer will soon save the coat of a
sot of Blaokumlth Tools by doing his own
work. Sullivan Hardware Co. have a
well selected stock of such tools?
A Lesson m Health.
Healthy Kidneys filter the imparities
from the blood, and unless they do this
good health la impossible. Foley's Kid
ney Cure makes sound kidneys and will
Eoftitlvely cure all forms of kidney and
ladder disease. It strengthens the
Whole system.-Evana' Pharmacy.
Bay' vour Blacksmith Tools from
Brock Hardware Co.
Ditching Shovels-All kinds and at
lowest prioes. Sullivan Hardware Co.
have ten patterns of Shovels from which
yon can take your choice.
MONET TO LOAN-A few thousand
dollorajo Jend o a Land for ellon ta. Ap?
ply (O ti. F. Mar?D, Aii?jruoy-?t-LoTr.
Refined, up-to-date people always want
tbs best. GALLAGHER BROS. are ac
knowledged to be among the beat PHO
TOGRAPHERS in the Sooth. They do
not wasts their skill, cn cheap, fading
- Governor D. 0. Hayward has ao
copted an invitation to be present and
make the ohiof speeoh of the evening
st the Furman University Alumani
Banquet to be held in Greenville on
the evening of June 10th. Groit pre
parations are making for a splendid
banquet, and the indications are that
there will be a. large number of old
Furman students in attendance upon
- Digging up gardens is almost as
expensive as digging up gold mines.
EVERY TH ma ?T
We are moving ont oar entire Stock of Goods at a lively
When you can secure your wants at New York Cost it is
cheaper than paying profits. It is our aim to close this Store
to the retail trade just as soon as we have sold out tue Stock*
and we are anxious to close out at the earliest, moment.
VERY ARTICLE AT COST.
Remember, there is nothing reserved in this Stoxe. fe Eve?
ry item has its regular price marked in plain figures, and you
buy the Goods at a materially less price than the marked
HOUSE FURNISHINGS, CHINA, ETC.
We have still three Fine Dinner Sets on li and of Tine
China and Semi-Porcelain Ware; also, a few Fine Jardineros
and Banquet Lamps. t >
These Goods will not last long at the little prices on
them, and we advise those interested to call at the earliest
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Glassware and Crock?
eryware all at
NEW YORK COST.
THE GLOBE STORE
Keep Davis & Daniel
In your mind when you
are looking for
When yon want Hardware yon go to a
hardware store because yon see everything
in the line needed?
When y ou need Shoes yon want to go to a
Shoe Store, because jon see a greater variety
of styles, and generally yon buy, being highly
pleased. We sell Shoes made np for nt-made to our order.
We stand behind every pair.
We are Shoe men of 25 years exp?rience? and know what !
we are doing when it comes to buying and selling Shoes.
Keep ns in mind for Shoes, and come in and let ns show
yon what wo have*
Our prices are $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, np to $4.00, $5.00 and
$6.00, and the best is always here.
THE SHOE MEN,
Beautiful, thin, sheer White Lawns 10c to 35o per yaii
Beautiful White and Colored Organdies from 15c to $l,Oo
Wash Chiffons, Paris Muslin? White and Cream China
Sills, elegant finality, yard wide, White China Silk 75c and
Nice quality White and Cream Chins Silk 500,
Wonderful variety of Laces, Insertings, Embroideries, all
Over Embroideries and Laces.
IMany cool, sheer, hot weather fabrics.
Beautiful range of Fans from 5c to $3.50.
Best qift?ity of Ladies' Gauze TThdervests, bleached, tape
in neck, regular 10c quality, 5c. / v >
Elegant quality Ladies' Gauze Vests ?rom 10c to 25c.
Large line Ladies' and Misses' Drop Stitch and Lace Ho
siery at popular prices.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxford Ties.
Large, range of prices and styles o? Ladies' Umbrellas
from 88c to $8.00. . j
Great line Ladies'Handkerchiefs.
All Linen, Hemstitched Handkerchief for 5c.
Soft finished, all linen Ladies' HankercMefc XOc, 3 for 25c.
Nice quality Ladies'Handkerchiefs 10c, 15c"and 25c.
Talcum Powder 15o, 3fr3-kind.
We will show with thc greatest interest our large line of
Goods in all departments. We askspecial attention to a large
and beautiful line of LadieB' White Hats that we show from
$1.00 to $5.00. Tiley aro proving wonderfully popular.
If you want anything in tho Dry Goods, Clothing or Sho
line come to soo us. Will bo glad to see you.
Always remember we aro Head-to-Foot Outfitters for
I. mon, women and children.
Wholesale and Betaii.
Will offer Special Inducements for
the month of Juno.
WE will undersell any of our competitors, as we want to make Jane the
biggest month ia our history.
We thank the public for the liberal patronage given us during the mont
of May. * .
We will quote you a few prices from our mammoth Stoo?t :
200 gross. Pearl Buttons.. 2e
25 dozen All Linea Handkerchiefs.'..... ? 0%**
50 dozen Bleached Underveats, tap? neck and sleeve................
. 50 dozen Drop Stitch Hose.for June sale... ,";H....................... XOcj
ICO yards 86-inch Taffeta Silk, worth 81.50................-....
25 doasn .Craah Towels, large size............. .".. ,e........ . . ? ? [ K
120 yards Black Figured Drees vlf ods, worth 25o,...'.........., v ;,... 19c
Come xu and eeo our BLACK GOODS, BesV selection in our city, and]
Look at our Meda?Jiont? and Laces for Press IMmnihigs. They
beauties. . . . ( '. ' ',. : \ ~. ' ' .
?; . ' . % .
We have the largest and heat selected line,of Shoes in Upper Gai?lin?|
We shall quote you u few price* ia our mammoth Siadk i. '
AO pairs Ladies' Button* Shoes, sizes 3 to 5$. ""<.......?. r ?.... 50o
120 pairs La^ia Strap Sandals, alt sizes, worth 81.35 i 4.......... 98c "
20 paira I*adiea Colonial SHppsrs, worth 2.50..?v. ?J&S ??
72 pairs Ladies Oxford Slippers, hand sered.................. ?.25" "
120 pairs Men's Oxford Slippers, worth 1.75 ; .>............-?* 1.21 "
We ara agents for the Colonial Sh^ Co, of Boston, aud will sall
you tue best Shoe in Anderson for .....>'./...?............ t $8 '? "
Also agents for Keith & Pratts Hand Sewed Shoear-wUi sell you ci "
for...... ? ?....?....?... r o............. ???.. v. ?.'.?.??. 2.99
ft forges id see our t^oe^tocfe. "
CLOTHING AKO GENTS' F?RW?SH?HO fl?&DS*
?20 ?ien's Fine Coats, w?Taell them from..01.25 to 82,
45 Men's All Wool Blue Serge Suits, just listen. *. 4.00 Suit
iso Men's Fine Negligee Shirts, worth 50o........ ....... 256
We nave a ewell line of Men's Shirts From. 4o?f ic
Men's Straw Hats from.,. 10c to 40c
Best Straw Hat in stock for.->.>.. . . . -48el
Boys' Knee Panta from..........._. v................. . J%.to SOcg^.
Si AMES' HAT@^M?lL?iI???i?'3r?)
When you look for beautiful, up-to-otate Pattern Hats, or elegant Streetl
Hateado not think you are not able to buy such costly Hats. You are abJfjS
in our Department to satisfy tho moat refined taste for such a small amount;tm
money, that you suxely will be astonished how eas jr we can satisfy you. Qniyj
come sud look around.
Yours truly, \.
LEADERS OP LOW PBI0BS. | J?