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Published every Wednesday.
J. CLINKSCALKB, ( EDITORS AND
0. C. L-ANUSTON, S PltOIMUKTOKS.
ONE YE AK, - - - - Vi M
SIX MONTHS, - - - ?'i
WEDNESDAY. ' I'M li. 2S.
The Now Vo?k Press iliiiA;- pin
money gel s its Dame fm in ? t
thal it ia tho luau that (.'< ls t-tuck.
A Milwaukee woman has nam d her
child "Theodore Koo?? v. li Henry
Clay Payne Bradenburg." I? tli i M
not a case for the Society for iii?: ?'rc
Avcution of Cruelty lo Children?
Mr. Ww. .J. Bryan is quoted an
saying that "it is too far ahead to tell
what will he done in 1?J08." "We trust
?that Mr. Bryan will keep quiet and
permit thc Democratic party to escape
again being done.
A Texas editor wants to know what
would be thought of men if they had
their pantaloons made a foot or so too
long arid then went about holding
them up. Wo supposo there would
be a few more rubber necks than there
- mm ? mu -
Thero aro various opinions as to
the price of cotton. Many cotton men
aro of tho opiuiou that after tho next
government report ?B issued there will
be a sharp rite in the market, while
on the other hand the bears are look
ing grum at thc bulls and aro claim
ing that thc price will go further down
Immigration Commissioner E. J.
Watson has declined the offer of Au
guota chamber of comincvce secretary
ship at one-third moro pay. Ho feels
it his duty to himself and his State to
get his new bureau on a better basis
beforo leaving it. Mr. Watson was
appointed to the place in March, 1(J04,
when tho bureau was created. Ile
was then doing nowspaper work in
Columbia as city editor of The State.
His work as commissioner has attract*
ed much attention throughout the
north and west and will result in doing
much good for South Carolina.
Some time ago thc Charleston
branch of tho Southern Wholesale
Grooors' Association adopted a reso
lution recommending that all mer
chants and shippers usc cotton bag?,
instead of jute or burlap, for tho ship*
jnent of suoh commodities as rice,
corn, meal, grits, sugar and tho like.
Tho movemeut is a good one and
should bo extended. Not only is the
cotton bag nester in appearance than
the jute bag, but it is more economi
cal in that it is stronger and will last
longer, and when empty is of greater
value. Furthermore, ootton is a na
>. ?ive Southern product, while hemp
and jute have to be imported. The
use of ootton for bags would largely
increase the demand for the South's
great staple crop. Another great
?pening for the uso of ootton ?B in twice
trade. Immense quantities of coitoo
twine are now used, but the farmers
of the Northwest continuo to uso
hemp twine with thoir reapers and
binders and for sewing their filled
Our merchants aro active, intelli
gent, and rated far and near as men of
splendid intrgrity, and proof of this is
. found in the constantly increasing os
tensi?n of territory. They aro adding
to tho trade of tho city. They not
only hold.to the trade relations of the
past; but are adding, day by day, evi
denco of their appreciation of the
changed conditions around th.om and
coming into closer touch with large
patrons in the jobbing trade
We congratulate them, both on the'
name they have won for honesty of
dealing and the energy displayed in
enlarging tho field of their operations.
Their ambition to succeed is being
worthily crowned with success, nud
every citizen of Anderson must wish
them success in a career that promises
much for tho influence and growth of
our oity. ' .,
Their efforts should be seconded by
( -every citizen in Anderson, ..and every
movement to the strengthening of our
. trade relations should be encouraged
?nd fostered. The merchants of the
territory tributory to the trade of our
city should be invited to see. us and
entertained to tho end, that wc may bo
made thoroughly acquainted. The
interchange of views relating to mu
tual interests twill strengthen tho
limd of union and help to build tho
prosperity of both. Will yon do your
We '. have the h ?ch string outside
, ?be door for every merchant or eitt
t sen in ibeHerritory mentioned, and
siy frankly oto .them that. wo stand
yead^ to help you in every legitimate
wiay foV tht$hs?pipe8B and upbuilding
of your section. C Come..and see us,
and test the' truth of ibis . statement.
A Former Prisoner Now Honored Guest. ^
Ex-Lieut. H. H. JolinMin, of Wor- }
ces tor, Mass., arrived in this city yen- t
terdav morning a? tim guest of MTM.
J. C. B. Smith mid daughters ut their (
homo in l tn- Mil?.ii ti.-.
M 01 >. than !'? y rn rn haye elapsed ,
hiiHT Mr. Johnson, I hen a lieutenant '
ii! ;!:<. 'I liiiil Mann* ?? irimi ni, vas eap- ! ?
tn;, .j m tl.?- hall!?' ?>! 'hu Wilderness ( 1
liv ihii lat?- I 'apt .1. < '. lt. Sn? i I li of this ?
, ?r v. ;?I.I? tim.-. .-iiiL'ularly vv.i^ si'iil lo j
(';i'.,t. ?"Mt; tl .'.*- Il.ltl V?' l?>ttll lol Iinji!!-- ',
,,fli'n< ni. A ; l i- r.-iptuif I.ii nt. John- |
,vi,i?v.i il : usrii ?hniiilh-fs bravery in
. < t ? i - J : ' L: : . ? H 11 : j . 11 ? 11 . t to t lui I ?mlrder .
.?tr ! ni ci- in i lt?* vi-1 y ti ?J ?i ol alf.-:* til- ,
lui iii?- 'Vtark" ?-?hoi nt Capt. Slilith".J ,
r. m j..ti-> h:nl Irv? 'iii iii.** y un on linn tu j
lu**. I?:M iii-- r.ip'ain intel feled-that ?
I ; t In ? MIii lill-, alt ?l?ii??li they never
nut :t>ra ni, Capt;. .Smith always heidi
Lieut. Johnson <s memory in thu high- '
esl reg? ni.
lu ??ipi in in? Lieut. Johnson Cap1.
Smith tooli the lieutenant's valtiahle ?
sword, presented him hy hit*, company, j
on which .?.'.,' battles were engraved.
In I bn) it \\ as Capt. Sm i t 1I*H pleasure j
ami nomi fortune, through the medium
of Maj. Cochran, of Maine, to return I
tht) sword to Lieut. .Johnson. The re
turn of thc sword was the beginning of
a long and delightful correspondence
between the two men. ?Since Capt.
Sr itlrs death his family have
continued tho correspondence with Mr.
Johnson. Three yeats afro Mr. John
son presented Mr Smith's grandson
with ti silver loving cup beurina a
highly appropriate inscription. Lesa
than two years ago Mr. Johnson pub
lished his thrilling war experience and
most considerately gave it thu name ot'
tho "Sword of Honor." Alter the war
Mr, Johnson was commissioned adjut
ant ot'a battalion stationed ut Ander
son and during tiie year spent there,
hy his kind and courteous bearing,
won the respect and friendship of tho
very best people.
Alter visiting Columbia Mr. John
son will go to Anderson, where tho
most enthusiastic welcome awaits him.
During his stay iu Columbia, Mrs.
Smith hopes lhat as many as possible
of Capt. Smith's late war comrades
will call on Mr. Johnson, as hin heart
is very warm for South Carolinians.
The State, 24th inst.
Mr. Johnson visited Anderson sev
eral years ago anti was the guest of our
townsman, J. A. Brock. Ile will prob- i
ably arrive here in a few days and his \
vitdt will be a source of much pleasure I
to his many old friends, I
Concrete and Brushy Creek News.
Well, Mr. Editor, as I have not writ
teu in sonio time 1 reckon all of your
readers think 1 am dead.
Miss Mary Laboon has been quite
il] for tho paBt few days, but wo ure I
glad to say she is impioving.
Mr. James McNeely has boen quito
ill. but we hopo he will soon get well.
Kev. A. F. Howard preached an in
teresting sermon to a large congrega
tion Sunday nt Siloam.
There has been n Camp of the Wood
men of the World organized at the
company store. Wo wish them mnch
The farmers are doing a good busi
ness ploughing these pretty days.
Messrs Newton Oats and W. H. Jones
attended tho Woodmen of World
meeting at tho Greenville camp on tho
15th inst., aud spent tho night with
their friend, Mr. Will Roberson.
Mr. David Hood is erecting a nice
new coting?, which wheo ii u id bcd will
be very handsome.
Mr. Gus Davis is till emilee these
days. It's n ait I.
Mr. ned Mrs. Frank Rodgers visited
their daughter Sunday.
Misses, Maybelle and Lucia Coly
visited their uncle, John Coly, Sun
Messrs. Lake Childers and Cleon
Coly, from Wofford College, visited
their parents Sunday.
Mles Cora Kennemore visited Mies
Emma Dilworth Sunday.
James Wallace and sister, Mis Msg
Sie, of Greenville visited their cousin,
liss Pearl Phillips, Saturday nigh;,
Mrs. Dora Jones visited her broth
er Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phillips, of
Greenville County, attended preach
ing at Siloam Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant visited
the latter's motlier Sunday.
air. end Mrs. James Smith and fam
ily visited the latter's mother Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Jones visited
tho former's parents Sunday.
Miss lola Childers, who is attending
tho Chiccra College at Greenville,
visited her parents Sunday.
.James Dav ip, from near Greenville,
visited James Phillips, his cousin,
A nico little sociable, given at the
home ot A. F. Jones Saturday night,
was enjoyed by all present.
Afr. and Mrs. David Hood visited tho
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Oscar Chiles left a few weeks ago
for Tesas, where he has secured u
?oBition. We aie sorry to see him
eave, but we wish him much suc
Mts. Hannah Pack and nephew,
Ernest Davis, visited Mr. Wm, i?ein
bree, toe 23rid, near Piedmont.
Misses Maud. Zoa and Eunie Sheriff
and Frank Wood visited Miss Pearl
Mat Wood was the guest of Misa Mag
gie Jones Sunday afternoon.
Mies Maggie Leo Day, of Easl?y, vis
ited her friend, Miss Pallie Woodson,
Mrs. Robert Lathens and daughter,
little Miss Fannie, attended preaching .
nt Siloam Sunday.
Mrs. Ella Merritt and children vis
ited nt L. P. James' Saturday.
Mrs, Dora James, who has been ill :
so long with the dreadful diseaso
comsnmptioc, is not improving but we i
hope she will. !
Mrs. R. B. Dilworth, of Greenville,
visited ber brother's family one day
last week. 1
Luther Ellison and ahitera, Mieses
'da and Hattie, attended church at
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Oats visited
.ho former*!* sister, Mrs. William John
?011 near Latein? Crossing, l"?t Sun
Minor Jones visited his friend Lu
sher Billson last Sunday.
David Dav. HOM W;ir> thu (flieht of
ii;; liest gil I hi-'. Sunday.
V b. in. Cricket.
Pendleton .Mill I?-'organized,
A i '?<?! : i/al ?un o! HM- l'eiidlelon I
lMi' i ? ii m ii? ?MI.- eHeeled at a meeting j
nt t r lii?etoir) Tuesday, '..'Otb ins!.
Mr .i. .1. Hstton, lin- pendent nf the I
Hill! hii:e?- i ! n organization I wo ycaiH I
a,'ti, Hilted from Iiis position. Tim
vacancy va* lilied hy the election of
Mr. I>. J'. Mel?rayer ol'this city, who is
president of the Toxawuy, Riverside
aiid I ie- .Jackson milln.
It was decided tn reduce the capital
stock nf tho mill from sC,l.?.*iij to
7'AK Th? present indebtedness in ap
proximately !*M0,000 und new ?tock will
lai issued to lake this up.
A new hoard ol' directors wan chosen
an follows: J). I'. McBrayer, J. J.
Fretwoll, J. lt. Vandiver et' Anderson,
J. J. Sitton, A. J. Sitton. W. J. Martin
fd Pendleton, Jas. E. J/itchell and D.
E. Mitchell of Philadelphia.
An Old Roll.
\ few dayB ?go Hon. B. F. dayton
bunded UH tho following article, which
be found Hmong Bomo old papers of bio
son, tho lato Samuel M. Cray ton. It was
publlHbcd In Tho Intelligencer on Jan
uary 2ti, 1?S8??, oud of tho nine survivors
who wore living tbou only one la left,
Mr. W. Frank ClinktcaloH, ot Abbeville
County. The ro-publicatiou of the roll
now will no douot provo interesting to
thu many defendants in thia section of
tho grand old horoes:
Mr. .J..idum Holland furnishes us tbe
following re!l of Capt. Picktns'a Com
pany, whicb went from min section with
i ho -Hb Regiment of H ?nth Carolina Mi
litia to tbe Florlila war. The Company
wai utu?tered loci sor vine on tbe lOih of
February, A. D. 1830, juat fifty yearn ago.
in thia list will bo found the name? of
many of tbo families iu thia County, and
Its prebontatloo St ibis time will doubt
less prove interesting to our readers :
Captain-John J. PlckenH.
lit Lieutenant-Payten.K. Shaw,
lind Lieutenant-Elijah Major.
lat Hurgeant-William Diokson.
2nd Sergeant-'Wiley Davis.
Jep Davis, James Elliott,
William Davis, Mathew Galloway,
jamos Davis, George Busby,
Goorge Haynie, Robert Boaby,
Htepken Haynie, Joshua Grifliu,
Jobn Hollaud, B O Fowler.
A Hombree, Joshua Holland,
James Kay, Samuel Fisher,
Barnett Jackson, Stark. Yeargin,
William Jackson, John Sullivan,
Encon Major, Hiram Gianna,
Jordan J Gambrell, S P Maskey
William Poo?e, James Henderson,
M B Soott, -Burress,
Honry LnwleBH, Jamen Leo,
Jamos E Hall, John ScroggloB,
George Slono, Hiram Howard,
Nathan Lovelesp, Edah B Mooro,
William Sears, B F Duncan,
W F CUnkscaleH, Allon McConnell,
Noel Freeman, Newton Hill,
Hubert Norris, Jonathan lurr?f,
Asa Kicker, Sam Henton,
James Jones, G W Water?,
JaaAPartou, Joshua Goodwin,
?pear Barton, -Bennet,
B Parton, William Keeling,
Jerry J Brown, Martin Cross,
W Brown, Milton Tate,
Wm Buchanan, George Giles,
Wm Steel, James Watt, k
Mark Prince, Allison Langston,.
Jame? Gaasaway, Henry Busby.
H K Manning, Thomaa Young,
Ofthe seventy* fl ve men whoas names
compose.tbla roll ODly ni.10 noir survive.
They aro Joshua Hollaud, w ho Uvea in
Broadawfty Townahlp,in thle County; W.
Frank Cl I uk acal Ca, who li voa In A bb ci
vil lo County; Ned Freeman and Wm.
Soara, of the Fork Township, in this
County* James Gaasaway, of Martin
Township, in thia County; J. J. Gam
broil,.of Wiiliamston: Samuel Finbar, 8.
P. Massey and Wm. Poole, of Hart Coun
ty, Ga. This Company Baw arduous ser
vira lu tbe campaign which followed its
enlistment, andwowould.be pleased to
bave a history of ita services for publica
tion from some of its survivors.
Tho friends of Gol. W. S. Plokens |
w.ill bo glad to learn that ho is improv
ing from his illness with pleurisy.
There has been quito a lot of sick
ness in this section, mostly grippe and
pneumonia. Our fine, young Doctor,.
J. E. A ll good, is kept busy, and has
been- remarkably successful in his
practice so far. ..
Miss Joe Rankin and Miss Junie
Blnssingame, cf Van Alstyne, Tex.,
wore the guests of Miss Blanche
Browne last Thursday. On Friday
they visited relatives at Liberty,. 8..C.
Tlie young people of this section
celebrated Washington's birthday by a
dance at the. residence of Mr. Ji~
Mr. Prank Glenn wont to Columbia
las- wuck und wus present at the cele-'
brntion of 40th anniversary of tho
Knights of Pythias of which order ho
ia a member.
Dr. W.S. Hutchison's friends were
glad to see him in thia burg lost week.
He waa called in consultation by Dr.
All goo don a bad case of tuberculosis?
which has since terminated fatally to a
colored man, Ras. Coleman.
Dr, A. W. White, of Piedmont, who
is pastor bf tho Slabtown Proaby terian
?burch preached au enmeat, practical
sermon to a good congregation; last
Sabbath. He ia much esteemed by bia
T. 8. Glenn and niece, Mies Jessie
Glenn, of Liberty, attended chuich
boro Sunday and were piven o hearty
welcome by their friends. This place
vrftB their homo until recently.
Tho farmers aro utilising evory hoer
of tue present lovely wouther in pro
pia inK for another crop.
IIou'?e\viv?;H aro busy ?Otting hens
and planting gardu?a.
Power Plant Wishes to Bring Current to
Mr. II. A. Orr, ot Anderdon, repro
nuntin^ th? new company which pro
pose* to build :i power dam at Cal- j
1101111*8 Fallu mid supply adjoining I
?owns with electric current was in ?
(own laat week to ace .Superintendent
!Sproles and thu commissioners of the
city*? waler and light system in regard
to tho furniehing of current here for
Mr. Orr miva hin com Dany will be
ready to furnish power by next Octo
ber. The company un?, already made
contracts in Abbeville and in Elberton.
Tho fact that huch power is available
in a town means something in tho way
of development of small enterptises,
tho kind that pay best of all.
Mr. Orr will come back here about
April lut and wiii have figures aa to
the cost, etc.-Greenwood Index.
- Tho grand jury of Charleston
county returned no bills against the
officers of tho Columbian Hanking &
Trust Company charged with enter
ing into a conspiracy to defraud tho
and WHISKEY HABITS
cn red at home with?
out pain. Boole of par
ticulars sent FliKE.
_I D. M. WOOLLEY. M. D.
1 Atlanta, Cia. office 104 N.Pryor street.
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persons having demanda or
claims agaluHt the Estate of Mr*.
Cynthia E. Irby, deceased, are hereby
notified to present thom, properly prov
en, to the undersigned within the time
prescribed by law, and those indebted
are notified to make payment to the
B. T. IRBY, Adm'r.
Feb 28, 1000 37 3
Convontlon of Assessora.
Auditor's Office, Anderson Countv.
February 22, 1000.
To the Townibip AfcHenaors of Ander
Notice 1? hereby given that you are
requoettd to meet in convention at thia
ollie? on tim llrwt Tuondiiy, March 6th,
l?KM?, HI ll o'clock a. m., for tho purposo
of beginning the appraisement of tho
renl ?od personal property of tho county
for taxation for tho fiscal year 1900.
Tins being tho most important meet
ing that will engage tho attention of the
uot-eaaora during tho year, I trout that
every member will ixitxkn au ellbrc to at
Tue following is the board of their re
Anderson-H. I). Brownlee, J. L Far
mi r, it. ?. Lig?n.
Bolton-Wm. A. Cooley, J. T Cox, J.
Uroadaway-W. C. Campbell, P. B.
Gontry, II. P. McDaniel.
Brushy Crock-W. A. Cason, W. C.
Scott, J. W. Wyatt. \
i enter ville-J. A. Ea!?ew, J. N. S.
McConnell, H. J. Watson.
Corner-W. W. Adams, J. W. Camp
bell. D J. Sherard.
Fork-W. h. Dobbins, J. It. Fant, J.
L. O. Merett.
Garvin-J. E. Garvin, J. N. Richard
eon, W. H. Martin.
Hall-C. H Bailoy, W. P. Ball, H. M.
Honea Path-J. M. Hanks, W. S.
Fleming, Price Gauri br ell.
Town of Honea Path-W. A. Erwin,
J. R. C? ll ah um, G. M. Greor.
Hopewell-W. J. Vandivor, W. K.
Cartee, T. M. King.
Martin-T. L. Cllnkeoales, B. Y.
Wright, R. R. Keaton.
Pendleton-J. M. Blackman, Jno. W.
Buttles, Samuel McOrary.
Kook Mills-J. T. McCown, J. J. Mar
tin. Jno. H. Wright.
Savannah-L. 8. Cllnkscales, J. J.
Smith, C. M. Findley. ,
Varennes-C. B. McCown, E. F. Re?d,
P. Li. Tate.
Williamston-E. N. Elrod, E. A. Clar
dy, E H. Welborn.
C. O. BURRI9S,
Auditor Anderson County
When you want a good Rural Mall
Box at a very low price, call on. Sullivan
Wo first bought ont, at about 40c. on the dollar,
the entire Stock of The Davis & Daniel Shoe Store,
consisting mostly of
Men's, Ladies and Children's
High Grade Oxfords.
MARCH THE 3RD,
. We place on Bale this entire line, some of them at 10 to 80 per
cent less than manufacturer's cost. ?.. ? . , ' ,
In this lot we have Men's Higb Grado Oxfords, such a? the
F. 8. & M. Gooda, Edwin Glapp's, Geo., Snows, Etc. > i?%
l?dwin Clapp'a ?8.00 Shoes we will
85.00 Shoes at 83.50, and a full line of Ladies' High Grade Stan*
dard 83.00 Oxfords at SI 85 pair, and some, 83.60 Oxfords at
82.00 and $2.25 pair.
These are standard-made goods,' and ever; pee will know the
value of them when you see them.
- There is also a full line .of Misses' ; and Children's ; White
Canvas, Tau and Black Patent Leather Oxfords, Sandals, Etc.
These are all Fine Goods, and we will sell their 8.1 fiO ??ods; atv
81.00 pair, and Vheir $2lO0 goods ?t?ilu? pair. Their Gn??r?n*?(
75c Shoes at 60c pair.. Their Infante' Soft. Stile. 50Q Sb?eB;?i||^
?pair. All of them New Go'ods^ some of them bought late. last
Summer before tho advanca on Shoes. ? .
I, We wiir?eU at ^X^?T COST, and their ola gopds >wiu:b?|
? sold iD':M.3b:'p?iy:oettH.e^^tfn manufapturer1? coat.
Kern ember, tins sale commences. l: S]t?pB0^j^^|
MARCH the ?rd.
I FiveO?nts. [ broidery, Ten Cents.
Everything that is pretty and new you will find here?
Como and let us show you through our large Store and
name our -very low prices that prevail._ , ..
5000 yarda Beet Indigo Printe.. 5c
5000 yarda Soft Bleaching.6c
i 5000 yards Heavy Drill.. 6c
5000 yards Heavy Plaids... 5c
2000 yards White Lawn........... ?e
20oO yards White Pique.. 9c=
2000 yards White Brilliantine.15e
2000 yards White French Waisting.....-..25o
3000 yards Light Ground Percale...................... 5c ,
s 3000 yards Bebt Apron Gingham........................ Gc
3000 yards Dark Ground Percale...?..7io
3000 yards Heavy Hickory Stripes. 8c
600 Silk Parasols..,.$1.00
500 Ladies* Collara._.>.......... ?......25c
500 Ladies* Belts........ 25c
500- Ladies' Hand Bags. i... .50o
1O0O pairs White Lace Curtains........ ?. . v->.......... .08c
1O0O Woven Bogs..................................51.00
1O0O Art Squares.....2,75
1O0O Curtain Poles..20c
j 2000 yards Matting, per yard.... .20c
2000 yards Wool Carpet, per yard. 48c
I 2000 White Curtain Poles, each....-..............\.10<r
2000 Linen Window Shades........<.............. 25d
4000 yards Black Brilliantine.. v....... -.40c
1 4000 yards Black Skirting.. ...'. ....... .48o [fy
4000 yards Albatros........... .'...,..,.,.......>. .... .40e
4000 yards China Silk-..-........-....-..42c
. 200Ladies' Underskirts.?.., 48c K
200 Ladies' Pants_..................;....... 18o
200 Ladies' Corsets.. ;..,.......... . .25o
AND ?SEN'S SUITS
Just como in from the Factory-all nice Goods at very at?
We are opening our
SPRING OXFORDS, SHOES,
Eeapeot&Uy, jj^j^ H. WESL ^ 0^ 1
^l?Sl - ; :;?13 ???ranite Bow.
^Rii 'Rust i roof ^