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?OME TO THE
Big Wholesale md Retail
i ESTABLISHMENT OF
OSBORNE k -PEARSON !
Who always strive to have |n Sto?k
tho Merchandise the people desire.
J?st now you will find the things
needful for Winter. ; : : ; : ; : :
SSS SBd t^fellilFCliS
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A magnificent assortment bf the newest styles.
garmenta special value.
Just compare our- .
tidies . Raitt Coats
At $11.00 and $15.00 with others at the same price, and note
Ready To Wear" SkMsJ
Of course it is generally known that . our Bress 0oods
stock is second to none in this s?ction^^
Are more and more lu demand as Winter draws nearer.
Beady-made Sh?et$^ . vq$?je4:
Comforts, Xbwn Comforts,-Etc. > ;-'J?v'?S
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WEDNESDAY/ NOV. 15, 1905.
THS COXXpH MARKET.
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^ThcT?iean epidemic of bad colds in
this section just now.
. Miss Sue Whitefield ia visiting
friends in ?raugeburg,?,
Misa Urama Acker, of thia city, anent
laat v>oek in Charleston.
Eggs and chickens are scavco in the
market and bring fancy prices.
Prof. L, J. Browning, principal of
tho Denver Bchools, spent Saturday in
the city. -
Potato digging has been engaged in
for Borne time, and the crop* is unusual
\ ? ? ..
Mr?.-S. Klackley, who baa been on
an extended trip to California, has re
The demand for dwelling houses in
Anderson continues, and somebody
BdOUld build timm.
A number of the farmers gay they
will not finish picking cotton until ut
ter December lat.
Thoa. S. -Muswell, of .Greenville,
spent Sunday in Anderson visiting his
mother and other relatives.
Next Friday, 17th inst., is Arbor
Day. It should bo appropriately ob
servedthroughout tho county.
The sportsmen are having a fine
time now hunting quail, which are
said to be numerous thia&ea?on.
Mi?s Carrie Shelor, of Anderson,-was
among Walhalla friends for a short
while last week.-Ksov/eo Courier.
J. K. ?t?olor, teller of .the Fhet
National bank ol; Greenville, apene1!
Sunday in thy city wich hio parents. *
Mrs. I.' K. Watson, of McCormick,
Sw C.. ia in the city visiting her pari
rents, Mr. and Mr?r J. E. Bren zeal e, !
J W. Toasley and A; : ?'.. MCAJ
Uat?iy-of Iva, Sf cr, were' in Hart- '
.well WednaAday,-Hartwell (G'a.)Se?"w
Miss May Thompson. wen>J ^Abbe
ville laat week to spend a few dnyp.
visiting her brother, J. Ward Thomp
son. , ;
jtexaS t 's.t?Lic.. y"; .. C'-V .. . >:. ,.M. "/.:.. .?' ."
Peery biller, of New York, na's been(
spending a few daysiu the city visiting
his uncle, W, Y. Miller; and other rel
atives. .-. .;
Tho Intelligencer enrolled a number
of new subscribers on its Hat last week.
We still have room for a few more
Mrs. HA h. Adama, of Charlotte. ?.
C., spent a few days in the city last
Week visiting ber mother, Mrs. A. S.
Farmers who think ahead will break
[/moreland before Christmas than ever
~^ "They cspect: continued raina
Way?:.m ? ii.iiwar.nwwjiwiM**
,Bev. D. Westou Hiott, of Bickens,
waa in coo citv thi& morning and gave
119 n irtensaut cad.; Ilia many friends
io Anderson are alway? more tbaa
pleased to greet bim.
.With the approach of Thanksgiving
Day. the turkey market is being
?watched closely byfhe dealers, while
the housekeepers are beginning to
wonder it their Thanksgiving tur
key will cost as much as it diu last
Sirs. Uufus Fant, Mrs, J. D" Chap
man, Mis? Mary Merger and Miss Jellie
Edwards aro spending tins week ut
ltenuettsvillc, 8. \*" attending the an
nual convention of tho Women'a For
eign Missionary Ur.ten jf tho Baptist
David H. Clark, of Indianola. Iowa,
who represents the well kuowu rirni of
Powers, Bigley fc Co.. Valparaiso,
Iud., is ia tho city tor a low days.
Mi*. Clark is bundling au educational
specialty and reports un unusual bright
Tho season is at haud bf which the
bill of fare on thecouutry man's table
i? e#u?age, pi ddiugs, uuckboue, spare
ribs, etc. iv-nie of our farmers bave
eome very uno nogs* To ; look ut them
reminds us ot bearing our fathers tell
of tho days of yore. ;
Anderson's crop of babies ban been
very satisfactory this year, and in con
sequence of the birth rate tho supply
of nurses is not equal to tim dernuod.
However, the soothing 'syrup and
go-carts and carriage doalers have
replenished their stock.
A wolf bi eaid to be running wild iu
the Brushy Creek section of this
county, lt went into Capt. J. VV.
Bickens pasture one night Just week
and killed a calf which it partly de
voured, and dragged off. It has been
seen by quite a number or people.
Some of our merch ant fi aro in favor
of observing Thanksgiving Day. aa a
holiday and closing all places of busi
ness.' A petition will be circulated
thia week; and if everybody sigos it,
due notice will be given in the papers.
The day- should bs observed by a gen
eral suspension pf business.
Last Saturday night ?irs. Eliza Hlg
nibotham dieu at tbo home of r her
daughter, Mrs. W. C. Turner, at the
Gluck M i Ufe, after a brief illness with
paralysis. She was 71 years of age and
held in high esteem by all of her
'friends. The rCm?ins wero carried to
Seneca, tier old hume,, for interment,
A. few days ago the old Gray gin
bouse, owned by J. N. Uillhouse, in
Centervilie Township, was accidental
ly destroyed by lire: J. H, Wright
was operating a gin in the building and
tho machinery and other contents ber
longed to him. The loss is about
$500, .on which there was no in&ur
ance. ' '. ' . .?'> ;\y^
Mrs; Ada McClain, wife of J, B. Mc
Clain, died last Saturday night at her
homo in Centervilie Township, after
ah illness of several weeks with fever.
She was about 8*3 years of age and a
daughter of Reuben Burriss. She
leaves a husband and two little chil
dren to cherish her memory. ' On Sun
day afternoon tho remains: were in
terred in tho Salem Churchyard, Rev^
,0. S. Blackburn enndnctnig the fu
neral Bervice. ' V
A few of our delinquent subscribers
have called and settled their account?
with The Intelligencer, for which we
return many thanks. Theil ?CAULUpie
ia worthy of imitation by oar other
delinquent sabscribers, and we will be
under many obligations to them. The
formera are getting a good price for
thoir cotton, tho country is in a pros
perous condition and were ia no er
3US0 for hot paying for-The Intelli
gencer this fall. . ? ,
The fripndaiof Rev. NJ G. Wright*
OL mo uray ton ville: section, will regret
to learn that ho whs so tin fortunato as
to fall 'from bis wagon last : Thursday
and dislocate tho (eft . elbow joint and
moak .one. bone Tight at tho oamo
joint. Di\ 'Carpenter dressed thearm
a nd Mr. . Wri ? h t i s doi n g very well.
Wo Join his man v friend* in Wishing
bini: a speedy'recovery.
A one aere lot oh North Fant street
has been purchased by tho hospital
association for tho purpose of erecting
a hospital. The lot ia situate near the
.now graded school'-building, fln.ii tbe
B?IU. of 99,0w was paid for it. Tho
association needs several thousand
dollars to make up the original amount
of $10,000* which was estimated to be
?u?lciant for ; this, worthy public insti
tution. Aa Roon aa enfilaient funds
aie ic hand the work: of building will
begin. ;':;??:; .?;.?;'? -,?/; .
? j O. ;D. Ano'eraon's atore, on Depot
The Experience of a Runaway Couple.
. There waa quilo a romantic wadding
ta tbei city Suuduy afternoon about ?
ocock, the contracting parties bein tr
i*lr. Grover Clovelaud and alisa Pau
lino Dobbs, two popular young people
of Orrville. .
It seems that they had planned to
make a runaway rff it for Sunday
afternoon, as tho father of tbo young
lady objected ou thu grounds of sho
being too young. .
Thu young people left Orrvillo on
tu? street car early Sunday afternoon
in company with several other, yountr
people, intending to como to town timi
get married, but tho fat nor of tho
young lady caught on aud hu boarded
tho same car. When t?jey reached the
transfer station ut tho plaza thry tonk
a park car -tho father did thu samo
thing. Alter reconnoitering a littlu ut
tho park they decided to try and elude
the lather ngain by boarding a car for
town. When they reached thu pluza
thu father wus on hand again.
A young man who had once manug*
ed a runaway match for himself, stop
ped up to tho wanted-to be groom und
told him if ho would just remain on
the plaza for a few minutes hu would
gut'u huck und pince it cn the opposite
j aide of thu Court House, where thoy
! could jump in aud bu elf. Thu want
I ed-to-be Kroom quickly agreed to
I this and this was done. Thu young
pooplo started around thu Court House
and thu father followed at about 15 or
20 feet distance. Tho huck was just
behind the circular plunk sign board
and they made a quick dash for it and
landed safely inside thu hack, when
the driver gave tho horses a rap and
they were off. The father made a
jmtip fur the hack but hu was left and
outed at lost.
The young couple made n drive
down McDutlle street and ?iii ai ly land
ed nt tho Presbyterian manoo where
they were made husband and wife.
T bey have the best wishes of a large
chale of friends.
The whole proceedings were witness
ed by quite n crowd of peopxe, whose
sympathies were wholly with tho bride
Six Negroes Arrested in Atlanta.
The Atlanta Journal of tho loth inst,
contained the following : .
The discovery of a number of rail
road toola in a uegro shuck at 22 John
street, and a large quautity of money
found beneath the houso, have caused
th? Arrest of sis negroes hy thc police
and led the officers to believe that
they have captured members of n gang I
of robbers, vtho may be wanted in !
other places aa well aa in Atlanta.
The negroes arrested by tho police are
James, Foster and Jessie Hoary,
brothers, and. Frank 'Stepson, Squire
Harris and Leonard Jackson. The
Foate? men claim to be from Ander
son, S. C., and elate that they and tbe
other three taken into custody aro
railroad bands employed by the South
: Mounted officers Hollis and .Cowan
who made the arrests were infoimed
that the negroes had been gambling
and drinking in a negro shuck at 22
Johna street, near the Southern railway
round houao in tbe western part of the
city. When the* officers went to in
vestigate the report they found four
of the negroes, the Footer brothers
and Squire Harris in the hon BU. The
officers also discovered a number of
railroad toole; shovel B, hammers and
wrenches hidden behind a stove. The
officers found a trunk with James
Henry's name os it i? the shack. The
trunk which' was opened by the offi
cers contained three pistole, three
razors, a sling ehot and other burglars
tools aa well aa several new suits of
Clothes and iui?eroTotbiogu i
. As aoob aa the negroes were arrest
ed they etated tbat they bad a largo
quantity of mcnev buried underneath
the house. The officers did not be?
I??v? tbs story at utan ? when two of
the negroes agreed to go under the
house handcuffed and bring out the
money. Two of : the Foster brothers
were sent i ander tho s h o c k and af ter
.digging; around for afow minutes ro
to med with $KIC which had been
placed in a fruit Jar wrapped in two
sos and a newspaper, and bank books
\ which were made out in the name of
James and Foster Henry; The hank
book of James Henry showed deposits
of 8550, while Foster Henry's book
wai cred Ked wi t h $50 h\ deposits. The
books were of tbe Anderson Savings
bank, the last dato ? of the deposits
being December 88, 1^; The effloers
found $270 on James Henry while 8170
in; cash was given . over by Foster
Henry. James Henry Stated to the
poiico officers that ho lind 8500 addi
tional buried underneath the shack
aud that , the officers would never get
; that ae nothing could make.him tell?
Tjhe three 'Henry negroes say. that
they have been employed by tho South'
: ern railway aa section hands, making
daily wages of from seventy-five cents
to ono dollar. They claim that the
rooney that they had on .their person
?^XIBwWmW??m^^m the bank
won tenured by theih from their wages.
James Henry sftya^bat ho has been ro
: *e$tly working aa ah ext?a fireman, 'on
the Southern railroad. .The tools which
include three shovels, flyer hammers,
1 four largealaedv monkey wrenches,
tour oil car.B and ?vV oilers have been
; identified by the: Southern railway
' aa tool?' whlth had open' stolen from
. .^them.---sV; )...'. .. ... ..
.. The negroes with the exception cf
StoDson. who 'is employed ot the
, Southern railway's coal shutes lived
! ia thu aback on John street,.
> . 'The Feater, boya eoy that they bad
com* from Andersen, S, C., and that
they had formerly lived with tbeir fa
the*- near that place. One of the let
: ."tera fonad la the trunk, aigoed Lucy,
? says for Jae. Henry to *ts> away from
'Anderson os tho police of that place
ar? looking for bini. - The chief Of
police and'Sherlffat- Anderson have
' been wired a description of ' the Oe
: groos. Tho contents of Janies Henry's
S trunk present many articles o? tho par;
( ^bernalia of bargisrs,: The tray of
I tim trnnfc ^^tained ihres1 piste's, two
: Of them loaded, and ?f .88 Calibre. A
sling shot, mudo of au iron ball at
tached to a leather thon er, was alao
found in the' tray* as .weil as - three
razors. Several good gaits of clothes
\ withJamesHenry'snamoonthefta was
found aud three or four anita, of under
? Mear; , ... ;r';>y^;,?? > ;
? v&<Thepolice believe that the negroes
arrested by O?icora Cow?n and Hollis
: will undoubtedly provo to be members
i of a gang of burglars, as- the negroes
' aro unable to account for the money
and clothes found in. the trunk.
The .negroes will be held until "tho
Anderson authorities ard. heard
Shenff ^ref? and Chief of Police
Murphy were, notified hy tho Atlanta
authorities thii^tk^negroeB were:ber
ilai?. held r bat ?wer? inVe^setU??: nei
ther of these Officiais could und any -
thing against theta. in Anderson to
warrant U^M being brought back.
The^.G?oTgl? ?/ authorities'/w^re\ .ac* ?
?jlq^l^ir^ffiltit? that the negroes
wore not wanted in Anderson for any
.crime;- -;; ?; .-. ^' . ' ;
Gold weather Will' s ion be- bera and
the nesd of Histing St ?voa trill tben be,
Ts?. Aoo?Dplate Hoe ot ?U style* of ol?nV
grade Heating t?:ov?, ii carried by Sui
vxvm Hardware Co. m
^^^^^^^^^ Greatest Se?e^?o^
TAILOR MADE SUITS.
Cheviot and Broad
25 per cent Lower
hisses' and Children's
Coats and Reefers
In great variety at
Come and see the Bargains.
North Dido douri Square, two doors East of Fanners aafi^fos*
chants Bank, Anderson. S, C.
?tlil?.' ' /"RED, ^ -
I RUST ililli!
I / PROOF ?
|| ll SEED I
# S TP you really wast the very beet Seed Oat that ha? bee?>#.r,:
put on the market this seasop/and one that bears the enotorsemenftv
J of Clemson College as to freedom from Johnson Grass, comc^^,:;^^;
#> or seid us your orders, and you shall not be disappointed*, (jtepu-- <^
? ins Red Bust Proof pate of sv good, weighty qut?ty are ye?y J.:
S^i?arc? this sesson and hard to get.? Of course there;:'sill ^ai.;; Jj^
? there always has been, some people who will o?er yjpu a genuin? ."'jj^
? Bed Bust Proof Oat at a lower price than wo B?fa?T" SsIc' yoU <v
J ours, but we warn you that you will take dangerous cbanea?. Sy ^C
i J you try ? o economise on such an important item ns S??d- ?Akr?o^E
Tho di florence ia not enough to juttify the risk, ejad ir\you ??a-S
?' wise you will'not fool with ?be cheap seed. l? you.weat*,t^:3pv;
^ ch sap eecd and are hclbenton buting them, we can supply y11-0 ;
?M wit? them. -.;( (We .eell them for feeding purposes, hut they ass*ijflsp
'.'.J. equal tc " many so-eslled Seed Oats now on the market)?) ?
; ^Xf lhere is in your nature that whisk ctexaande the very bess
ard will tah? xoihisg less, and Wm. nc? aland foruiny deterior?
tion, nor bo content with mediocrity ; if you appreciate- constant,,
honest efforts to conquer the heights of excellence in tho' roilKng
of benest Flour, we ccu. mend to your highest favor , and consida
ration ; our old, reliable, true anet tried, DEAN'S j^ATE^T
FLOUR. Bot if you are fiatiafied witb the cheap and :;:&CfSff*
the botched and slovenly, if you are not particular about Aa* ^
quality of what yeo cat no| the issie of it, if you aro not c>i^rvw- V
tasting and ste con: ent io eat just anything that ia Wat
"Pat*ni" or "Half Patent/' then' you do not needf io buy ltoa?M
Patent, for you can buy femetbing elie thai will suit your parpe*
aes just as well and a great deal cheaper. There is nothing.: Iii?
cultivating the habit of dcmaadijug only tho beet, anil ifi yea vr32
do this you will always get DBAIi'S PATENT, andi thereby
preserve the peace and dignity of your household.
Yours always truly,
UL?? & nA?LlrrLV \