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Tust the kind you need right now, at Profit-sharing Prices,
?iii "HM M Irreale muant
.40 ami A "> inch White La
'!U in rh Wl.iio Lawn..
. at 5c
ii li;', li I |(iil<
..'.7 inch Chi ck MU?I?J
27 inrh Giuuh
ew Lot ol' Silks?
At 50c, 75c. aod SI.00 yard.
36 inch Black Taffeta (guaranteed).at 80c
Embroideries and liase '.'tiners.
In 2i to (i ; yarda. Prices 5c, 84c, 10c, UK, 25C yd.
Other Kew Gooda priced a? reasonable.
Be sure you sec Vin. Yon pay more elsewhere.
Stop in and "boy it for les?."
Tflt NEW YEAR will
Find ?8 with a Clean, Discriminate
and Completo Line of
Men's Furnishing Goods I
Our line of NECKWEAR includes the newest styles and
W^mM in rich/Silk fabrics-in Fouriin-H^
. - ^SJt?rts?.]|i|g|
Golosedand White-Plain and Pleated Bosoms. f
AU colors and sizeB. Collars, Coffs, Handkerchiefs*
Mumers and ^b^lias. A foll line sises, styles and colors
of ike best $3.30 <.HAT on the market-SAiWES;
See these lines b^ore buying. .
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^.-^be One ?^?^ a?d Mirt?aherst
^mSm^?m . - tf0** door to Farmers ?ttd Iforohants B?^ '
OT any kind bf Tia or GratfeVBooSnc to call cn ose aa wa aro pWed to\%
. -JAN. ai, 1900.
Organization of .Nen Power Company'
Tho .Savannah Hiver Power Com
pany, capitalized ut $1,000,000, waa or
ganized in this city Monday morning
by tho elect iou of tho following ofli
cers: II. A. Orr, president; C. Elinor
Smith, of Voik, l'a, vice-president;
Dr. S. M. HIT, treasurer; E. K. Chap
man, secretary. The board ot direc
tins ?H composed of Dr. S. Mt Orr, H.
If. WutkiuK, of this city, C. Himer
Smith, ot' York, Pu., and J. E. Sirrino,
I ol (in < nville.
The Company will develop the aplon
id wateis nt Gregg anti Cherokee
Sunnis on the Savannah River. The
iregg Shoals will first brj utilized,
i ter which Hie Company will turn it?
Itention lo other powers along the
Savannah, lt ia estimated that P.OOO
horse power cnn bo developed at tho
heals, which will bo transmitted to
Uiderson, Elberton, Abbeville and
thur towns in tbisscction. The prop?
rty itt about 'Au miles from Anderson
nu au equal distance from tho other
points retened to.
Tho great waters powers of the Sa?
annah have remained untouched and
indevelopcd, but tho organization of
tim present Company will probably
mark the beginning of other similar
II ter prises that mean HO much tor the
material wealth and progress ot' thia
Death of W. F. Al, l ani, Esq.
Anderson County has lost another
good citizen in tho death of W. P. M.
Pant, which occurred at his home near
Townville on Tuesday afternoon, 23rd
inst. Ho hud been in feeble health
for several months but WDS confined
to his bed only n few weeks. Mr.
Pant was 72 years of ago and was born
nour Bei ton. lu his in taney his parents
moved to tho Pork, where ho has ever
pince lived. Ho was n brother ol'tho
late O. ll. P. Pant, of this city, and
waB ono ol tho most prominent citizens
of his section. In his yoong manhood
ho taught 6choul for several years,
then settled on his farm, where ho
spent his life,'and waa an energetic,
successful farmer. He served his
State faithfully through tho civil war
in tho Fourth South Carolina Cavalry.
lu 1877 he WHS appointed a Trial-Jus
tice! and with tho exception of one
year, lina held that office over since.
Since his boyhood ho hud been a devo
ted member of tho Baptist Church and
for a long while was n deacon in his
church. In all things that tended to
the welfare of his county he took a
leading part in his section, and was
naoBt highly esteemed by a wide circle
of friends, who will long cherish his
memory. Mr. Pant'is survived by a
widow and seven children. He hus a
brother, r. Edw ard Fnnt. living in
Texas, and three sisters, Mia. Lang
ston, who lives near Dalton, Cu., JJ rs".
Grubbs, who lives iu Texas, and Mrs.
Bruce, who lives nt Townville. On
the day following his death the re
mains were interred iu the Baptist
Churchyard Ut T?wpvllle.
A Mysterious Case of Infanticide.
The dead body of a child was found ?
in an old well in the western part cf j
the city laat Wednesday. The d?v
covery was made by a negro, who
through fright or for some oilier rea
son did not report his gruesome find
until several hoars afterwards. The
coroner was notified, and an inqneat
was held Thursday morning. The
body of the infant had been, in the
well probably for two or three weeks,
and bad reached such a stage Of de
composition that it was difficult to tell
whether it was white or black. The
opinion of the physician who attended
tba inquest was that the child belong
ed to a white family. .The body wiw
nude except" for a amati -'pf HIM of clot li
tied around the neck, uiu-d doubtlessly
to caus? a tran mil nt ion. ' . : .
Tr^*coroner's inquest discovered no !
eviden?n^hat'would if%|p to iden? illy.1
the child. The whole pitiful tragedy
is shrouded in mystery, put the officers
of tito law aro doing their beat to ap
prehend the guilty parties, .and it J.?
p- i-hiblo - that their -efforts muy meo;
? ,. James Bagwell Killed.
A> the result bffcn unfortunate diffiV
cuiry between Walter McCullough
and James; Bagwell, of *he Triait*
eection bf the county, the latter Wa/J
shot and killed Monda? : morning by
McCullough. I fe seem a th'afi A: bad
f e o ?j b g ' h ad previously existed bo tween
the two men, both: of whom are whit?;
MoUullon&h carno to Bagwell's home
wirti .ti single barreled Bhotguu and/
mulina B?g well in .tho yard shut bim
v 1 ; h fatal result,., McCullough mar
ried a step-daughter of" the, matt: he
kiUed, ' :-y-.:'':::-^-;-,' ,- '
Deputy Sherjfjr/iSpott wont to the
neena of : the. homicide and ". arrested
McCu dough, who is now in the county,
jail;ijt5oroc^; i>r?*t; held an ? inquest
KOfcttay ^fternoon over tho body and a
verdict WAS rendered in 'accordhnce
with the facts of tho killing.
? -~~**?:>->: \ ' ' . .:: %
v , Death of a Linie Child!
?. Mia th*:: silent hour of midnight op
^.??in'aary 21,1000, the Death- Angel%M'
tf?home MMr;?od 'MWmmt.
?viWilaop, Of Belton Township, and bore
away their little daughter, Lois, who
had been1: Bick with pneumonia Mo
weekeV She -was three . years old?.tj
bright child, with a sunny diapoaitlpn^
aoq ovary one who fcuew'hw loved bei.
The funeral set*- ?ea w?r? held at 4;
o'?tock at I^ong Branch Cb?rob, !obW'
'ducted by 8 ?, G. '? Wr?gb|;^^
which the Uttl? .body was laid to r^st
in the churchyard..NiTJi?i.?famll^tefr?:.
/nany frie-da who deeply.-eympatbiz?
with them in their sore bereavement;
'?WEh??Rh we eeo tbrouga' COlon^Atti^
sometime we'll understands
. ? :. : V'y,X+ ? vAFrfoodi-v
Notice is hereby given that tho no
?'m.'; AH tito mernbe^ravara n^ed-W)^i'''
sore^0ttt, as the election of ot??lce'fe will
-mp yw< >-fcftjsy^g^:1g consl?of
buted to the f oud f or tho putcbaa>e of
ebould oomffiunlcftte with.^he secretary
; .vM???at^rot:Eyi^ Seet?fajry^.
The jaunty Tax Levy for 390b.
Conn*., -?tihervisor S, (). Juclmon IWIK ,
eonit>l?-t?-d hin estimate ot tlu5 uniouut j
ot money dint will be required to run
the county government far t'je present
year, and lio will recommend n reduc
tion in the county levy from 4 to ai
util ls. The reven tie from the dispen
sary has been something like ?20.000 n
year, nod the lots of thie, it wascluim
ud by tho dispensary advocate*, would
result in nu increased tas levy, In
stead ot being increased the levy will
be reduced by } ot' a mill.
financially tim county ia in excel
lent condition. It is entirely free from
i o deb ted nasa, and hi M more than $20,
000 surplua in the treasury to begin the ,
new year. ' '
Tin* following summary of tho ex
pen SCH of the county government for.'
thc year 1003, will be interesting to
the citizens of the county:
County Supervisor, Commis
sioners and Clerk's salarie?. 1,483 85
Audi toi-, Treasurer, Superiu
tendeut ot Education and
Clerk <it Court. . 4!)U 00
Sheri If, Jail and Stu; rill"? Con
atables. 2,848 00
Magistrate? und Constable's... 2,310.75
inquests und Post Mortems... 69840
l'oor House, Poor and Lunacy 4,407.03
Knuds and Bridgea. 14,414 00
Public Buildings. 2,010 20
liuuks, 1'iiuting and Station
ery . ,405 01
Public Road*.207850 50
A Beautiful Home Wedding.
Married, Dec. 27, ?.0O5, at tbe home
of the bride'? 'parentw, Mr. and Mts.
J. A. Kessler, in Anderson County,
Mr. J. lt. Blackman and Mies Lucinda
The parlor had been beautifully
decorated for the occasion in green
To tho sweet Ht vain? of the wedding
march beautifully played by. Miss
Maud Douthir, the bridal party entered
in the following order: Mr. Gos Rena
les, brother of the bride, und Miss
Lectio, Smith, Mr. Onttos Holland, of
Anderson, *nd Miss Lillie Smith, Mr.
Kca.se Holland, of Anderson, and Mis?
nthttie Smith, Mr. Samuel Smith, of
Lebanon, and Miss Mary Senright, of
Georgia. Then carno Mr. Blackman
with bis beautiful bride leaning on his
arm and stood under an arch, from
which suspended the wedding, bell.
Rev. S. ll. Blackman, uncle of the
groom, performed the solemn aud im
pressive ceremony which made them
man and wife.
Af ter the ceremony was said, every
body was invited into the dining room,
which was beautifully decorated,
wiu-io a bountiful. dinner was served.
Quite a number of friends and relatives
were thero. Tho bridal party were
the recipients of many nice presents:.
Wo congratulate Mri Blackman in
winning Miss Lucinda as his helpmate
througb life, and may many blessings
be in store for them.
,~ A Friend.
w Mrs. J. P. Ledbetter,. who has been
staying in Asheville, N. C.; for her
health, is at home for a shot? while.
Her many friends--wish fer her a-cosi
Dlote restoration to health.
! ' Mr. Holen,'from near Anderson, was
in onr burg last Sunday. i 1
Bufas Bryant, Of Asheville, N. C.
:- visited his'sister/ Mrs. Oscar Prater,
recently. - . ;..'.'... '.-.
j Rev, Strickland preached an ?nter
ealing sermon to "an attentive audience j
at ibo Presbyterian Church today.
Mrs. J. C. Bogga visited ber brother.
Thomas Prater, of near Slab town, not ]
Oar community was saddened by
another visitation of the doath angel, i
On the 23rd lost., : he came and took
from our midst one of our most'worthy
citizens and a staunch Christian gen
tleman, W, P. M. Pant. Ho was tnagf
iatrate until he was too 1'eeblo to nt- |
tend1 to KO much troubtesomo business, !
when his eon, J., l?. Faut, succeeded
him. He was 73 y'ears old. We extend
our h nat if alt sympathy to tho many
relatives and triends. Messrs. C. E.
and L B. Pant, of Johns; Ala., attend
ed ? he: I uhofaJ .ofthelr father. ' ;v/.'.'i
: J, E. ( utnpbell and sister, M?8B,
Clunie, vis? t*d their elater, Mrs. Jessie j
Coll*, iou) Westminster todn^. _ |
J*>u 38? \ KntKfjtfC
Especially in overcoming headaches,
nervousness and eyp sprain, cannot bo
.ond acted or? a mercantile baals, tor
tho reason that il requires more than
a moro pair of plas'.ea of tbs ord 5 liar y
inako to overcome tho trouble. Tho
hpeelalist who taima canos of this kind
inust neceasaiily not only know how to
lit them properly, but h3 ruuat know
vhnt it requires in future an regards tc.
making proper changea end devise tho
iidiuK of ?lasaos for tho many different
Jfftcts of the oye, all these are essential
nnd yot many intelligent people fall to
understand why ouo pair of glasses
hh mid ctiut more'than another. If you
havo headaches, nervousness or oyo
strain, consult Dr. Glyraph, expert
ophalmologlat, who is now with Dr.
(Strickland.) skilled labor is alway? more
Satisfactory and much cheaper in the end.
Dr. O lymph to dlstingnhih himself from
tho many pretender*) in his profession
bring-i lcttors of endorsement from many
of tho very best and most substantial
people of the st.io, and submits with
pride coplos of testimonials from same,
testifying to his superior skill and scien
tific methods or troatiug the many de?
leets of tho ?yea with lenses.
Mr. II. C. Monoley, prosldent of the
Peoples National Bank, of Prosperity,
H. C., writes that Dr. MoGreery Glymph
fitted himself nod wife with Glasses
three years ago and they have^ given
satisfaction tn every particular.
Dr. Glymph has many moro letters
endorsing him In the highest terms, but
for lack of space we cannot Rive them
now, they aro the best to be found and
uhow that all will bo safe in placing
themselves under his care for treatment
for all optical defects. V' . \/
If yon want a good Meat Chopper-one
bat wilt chop any kind of meat, buy a
..Universal'? from Sullivan Hardware*
Corn pan p.
A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good.
A. H. Thurnef, a well known coal
operator of Buffalo, O., writes: "I havo
boen effllcted with kidney und bladdor
trouble for years, ~passlng% gravel apd.
stones with excruciating pain. I got ho
relief from medicine until I began taking
Foley's' Kidney Cure, then the result
waa surprising. A few doses started the
brick dust like floe atones and now I
have no pain acrou3 my kidneys and X
feel Uko - new man. It has done me
?1000 worch of ngood." Evans Phar
Cole's Guano Distributors and'..-Gram
Drills are, in every way, the beat Im
plement of the kind on the market; They
are sold by Sullivan Hardware Co.
MON?Y.TO LOAN for home clients
on easy terms. :
.... . simpson & Hood, Attorney?.",
1; ' ? Tragic Finish.
A : watchman's '^m?^w^i^^
leak in the groat North Sea dyke, which
a ohlld's floger contd "have stopped,, to
become a ruinous break, devastating an
entire province, of Holland. In like
manner Kenneth Mciver, of Vanceboro,
Me., permitted a little cold to go nu?
noticed until a traglo flnisb waa only
averted by Dn King's Now Discovery.
Hos writes: "Three doctors, gave me up
to die of lung inflammation, cansed by a,
neglected cold;buvDr. King's New Dis
covery saved my life,'/ ^Guaranteed best
congh and cold cure, at Orr, Gray & Co's,
drug store. 50s and $1.00/ Trial bottle
.' We aie - h^quarlers fh the Hardware
business. .We 'Keep dependable goods,
sell them at close profits and eyerlaBtinfr
lv strive to please our custorriors. Sul
livan Hardware Co* ' _ ,
Kow tv ?VS?d ?a?UE!0!!l?t.
We havs ss?er hea*d ol singla in?
stance of a cold resulting in .pneumonia fl
or other lung trouble when Foley's Hon
ey and Tar has been taken.' It not only
stops tho coughs but heals and strength
ens the Jungs. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refries a?y.snbstltnte offer
ees Dr. C/ JV BtebQp, of Agnew, Mich.,
writ**: ''I have used Foley?* Honey and
Tar ld three yerv;severe Capes of pneu
monia with. . good results in every oaso."
L A M. Paint cost only ?1,20 a gallon.
Seven gallons paints a moderate, sleed
house. Sold by F^ B. : Cray ton, Ander?;
'son, g. ? ; E? RyHd?ion?; LoWj?.a^yil?K
S. Oj T. 'C. Jackson, Iva, ?^C^ . W-W
Griffin, Pelzer, S; 0 ; F. IA Hopper, Bel?
ion, ?. C. .
Fa?l : baverai Heatlb? 8tove8 tba* ire>
loire least lpoi?ibi?;<iuanttty of fuel and
give fullest pbanlblo amount of boat arc
sold by'SolUvaU Hdw. Co., , ;)|^H
SMaJLM^^B^^^0?*ji^'W Ufa?n?i J^y<M>KMtWPffJBm^?y?^i
Ouly 82 Years Old.
' I am only SJ years old and d ?n's ex
pect ?voa when I get to bo ?wi <>H to
feel that way as long as I can got Klee?
trio Bitters," saya Mrs. E. H. Brunsen,
of Dublin, Qa. Suroly there's nothing
else hoops tho old as young and noakes
the weak as strong as this grand tonio
medlclue. Dyspepsia, torpid liver, in
flamed kidneys or chronic constipation.
ara il?lt??OW?? Cift-S? t" ?cl"" ?^?aofHu let
ters a reasonable time. ?Guaranteed by
Orr, Gray dc Co., druggist. Price ?Oc.
Foley tfeCa., Chicago, originated Hon..
ey and Tar aa a tliroat and lung remedy,
and on acconnt of the groat merit and
popularity of Foley's Honey sod Tar
many imitations aro offered for the gean
ino, These worthless imitations have
similar sounding name?. Beware of
them. The genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar ls.In a yellow package. Ask for, Jt
and refuse any substitute. It Is the best
remedy for coughs and cold?. Evana
NEW TEAR RESOLUTION8~Dan'l
ranko them to break thcrd, hut make a
few good resolutions and be man enough
to live np to theta. Resolve .to tn ult
with Sullivan Hardwaro Co. during th?
coming year. You'll saye money, worrj
If yon wish io borrow rooney, withou
delay, and. without rod tape, ou ea?;
terms eeo A. H. Dagoall. Attorney
Office lu Post?nico Building.,
When you want the beat Plows-tbos<
that are properly set and perfectly tem
pored, buy those manufactured by Tow
era Sullivan Mfg. Co. and said by Sui
Jivac Hardware Co.
American Field Fence-The strongs*
best and cheapest Fence on earth is sob
by Sullivan Hardware Oe.
JJ. &M. Paint. Lead and Zinc Weat
1G or 15 years. Save? paint bills. :. .>.-A
L. & M. costs about $1.20 per gallon.
Sold by F. B.Cray ton, Andereou, S. C
E. R. Horton, Lov/nd?a7llle, S, p.; T...
J&akeon, Iva, S C ; W.' W. Griffin, Pe
ser, S. C.; P. L? Hopper, Belton, 8. C.
I#. ii- M. P**nt;- L^-fl and r.lno ?on~
cha.R*b<<. Weira and -trovera like gold;
Sold ov K. B. Craytont Anderson, ^ |C.? :'
E. B. Ho. ton, Lownde*.ville. 8. 0.1 T. OiT
ancfeBO?, Iva, 8.0.J-W. W, Grifft?, JPoi..
zer, B.C., F. L. H>pper, Belton, 8?0.
A Hard tiet- ; v ?
of troubles to contend with, spring from
a torpid liver and blockaded bowels, an?
los? you awaken them to their xsr?xinr
action with Dr. King's New Life" jqlfajs
tho pleasantest and matti e?'ootivo eure
for Coasti patton. Tbey prevent Appen
dicitis and. tone un the ?yatern. 25? at , .
Orr, Gruy ?& Co's, drug store.
AH kinda of Harrowa^Diae, Sp?&o
Tootb, ?ic. ore cari fed'by ?ulHvaa adwi"
'Don't pay $1.00 a galion far oil because
'labeled mixed paint. Oil only 00
oenta o gallon. Buy L. <fc M. Pisint, and
add oil. Tl make? paiut co? ?1.20 a gal
lon-Hold bV E,'; B. O ray ton, Aversen,
B. C ; E R. Horton, L';wnd^vme,'Svp>(
T. O. Jaek?on, Iva,-H.: lU W" W? tirtmn*
glaser; 6. 0 ; E. L, Hopper, B?tton, S. Q.
fegv. , Twenty Ysar Bailie.
"I. was a io?er ina twenty yo?y b.?^t?o. 1
with chronic piles and nisllgnant nore?,'
until I tried BuoKlen?s ;Arnica'Balve;
which turned the tide hy oaring boi-n,
tUh npt a? trace reotains " writes A; M,v
Brode, =ct> Earn?vtlSe,' "Va. B'?at for old
Ulcer?. Cots,Barna and Wounds, '2?z Rt
"Orr, Gray A Co., druggist. ..
?!vf A choloo link of Bander's Hardware ia
barded by Sullivan Hardware.
Chrono Constipation Cared,
Ono who surfera from chronic eoafttt? :
pallon i&in daoger of many serious ali
tnents. Orino Laxative EreJi. Syrup
cure? chronlo constipation aili aids di
gestion and stimulates Ike Hver and
bowels, restoring th*? natural actions of
these organs, C^minonoo taking it to
day and you will feel better at ono?.
Orino Laxative Fruit Byrcp doas not
nauseate or gripe abd is very pleasant ta
take. Befuse. .substitutes. Evans Ehar
roaoy. , >
We Haw; l^oaele? XJT> ?
IN_ ANTICIPATION of the big demand which quality and prieure euro 8
tabling. W> keep our ehtire Stock, right up-to-date,: alidad cat' -allaya Ii
tee everything we BolVto be tho best for the price. " " ' " " ':*W$???
" BestPa^nt-Floor........., ft**ho a
Bot Three-Quart??rPateat Flour......... ?-O?
' Bestlfaif Fat?nt ?*iour...^ 60-^ - _^
_ . Hog Flour,: 140 ils Jute Saofce-.V.. ?.... ; . 2 50
Shorts, 100 lbs Jute Sacks........ J,;.;;. 3 v50 ' SI
p|S:- Wheat Bra^l^lbi. Jute Saoka. ./tim*$? M
' Hon Coffee, 7 lbs.71'. ; *. ! * * * ?C?r,^T?0 ' ' ? * ~ ' S
?ri Oran?lktefl. Sugar, 18 lbs..1 <J0 - ' vii
,r We^ ^ Exclusive sales of tho Celebret??^'I&u5'. anif "ft &X" S
nest m , i.md. It, id to your interearto fcso ^.fcfore'.buyingi . - W