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We Announce <^ur
Tuesday, April 3rd
A very - cordial invitation to
each and all of you to attend.
The Acme of Perfection.
tfS??' KU: "tafWi
Heartily endorsed by every farmer who has eyer need
3hem. Of the thousands of these Planters sold b*r ?*s riot a
^ngle complaint has ever been received.
S ve ry farmer who owns one of them ie a most ardent
Advertiser of its merits.
w? have never been abie to get from manufacturer
onongh Planters to meet oar demands. W& therefore argo
Sh? importance of yonr baying at onoe the style Planter ?that
Wt??NK?DAV, MARCH 23, Udo
Two Killed by Explosion of Boiler.
An engine employed in running
cotton seed crusher on the plantation
o? L. A. Bolt, who Jives six miles west
of tbe city on the Portman road, ex
Kloded Thursday afternoon, hill inj"
lr. Holt's 12-year-old son, Roy, and
Amos Norrio, ajoegro, who waa engi
Tho explosion of the huiler came
suddenly and without any apparent
cause fur such a terrible catastrophe.
The engine was rnnniiig smoothly
when the explosion occurred. Roy
Kelt had just come up to the engine tn
deliver some message to the negro and
was not engaged in any work connect
ed with crushing the seed. His body
was MOWN a distance, it is said, of a
hundred feet and was badly mangled.
Death was instantaneous. Amos Nor
ris wan madded about the body and
both his legs were broken. He linger
ed several hours before death ensued.
Hoy Holt was a bright boy, and tho
sad accident lalla very heavily upon
Iiis liillictcd parents. His remains
were laid to rent thu following after
noon at 1 o'clock.
The cane ol'George Owens and Mrs?
Lucy Owen? against the Western
Union Telegraph Company was being
tried in the Court ol Common Plena
when The Intelligencer went to press
last weeli. This action was brought to
recover alleged damages in the sum
of$1005 for failure ot' the defendant
company to deliver a telegram to the
plaintiftsiu time for them to catch a
train to attend the funeral of Mis.
Owens' father at Calhoun. The plain
tiffs were represented by G. C. Sali
van and ?. W. Long. Bonham &
Watkins, of thia city, and Evans &
Finley, of Spartanborg, appeared for
the company. The jury returned a
verdict in favor of the defendant.
The case of C. N. Sutherland against
the Anderson Traction Company was
next taken up. A street car ran into
a delivery wagoo which Mr. Sutbor
land was driving several months ago
and the plaintiff received injuries tor } j
which he demanded damages in the
sum of $1,000. Martin & Earle and
E. M. Bucker, Jr.. were Mr. Huther
land's counsel, l'oaham & Watkins
and Paget &. Watkins represented the
streetcar company. The jury did not
think that the ? plaintiff was entitled
to damages and returned a verdict ac
The case of D. P. Bowen against the
WeBteru Union Telegraph Company
was taken np Friday morning for trial.
Tho plaintiil sued for $1,005 damageB
for failure to deliver a telegram to
him in time to attend the funeral of
ilia daughter. A. H. Dagnall repre
sented Mr. Bowen, and Honhnm &.
Watkins and Evana & Finley the d?
fendante'. The jury gave the plaintiff
a verdict for $5U0. this being tho only
case tried at this term in which darna
gos were awarded to the plaintiff.
The jury was discharged Friday nf
teruoon. The remainder of the term
was devoted to mat tern in equity, an
adjournment having been reached
Several important cases were cnn
tinned to the summer term of Court.
Rev. S. J. Cartledge, with his family,
arrived last. Thursday evening from
Anderson. On Sunday morning he
occupied the pulpit of the Presbvterian
Church, his Bermon strongly confirming
the previous most favorable impres
sion made npon the congregation.
At night there was a joint service of
the several congregations of the city
for the purpose, is has become the
custom in Chester for several years,
ot extending greet inga to the new pas
tor. .. Rev. Dr. Chu*, ll. llemphill most
impressively presided over the exer
cises ot tbe servie?, i Very earnest and
cordial nddrespi B of welcome to the
new pastor , were mada by Revs. M.
U Banks ot the Methodist r burch and
J. S. Snyder ot the ?aptlct church.
Rev. Dr. J. 8. Moffatt of. the Associate
Reformed Church bad been ca'led out
of the city by a previous appointment.
The congregation filling the large
building to its capacity, heard wi th
olose attention a most impressive ser
mon by the new pastor from Juho
Mr. Cartledge is a native of Georgia.
For the past five years he baa been
the beloved pastor of the First Prea
byterian Church, ?ndereon. He is 43
years of age, in the full vigor of phy -
sical and intellectual manhood.*
Death of a Former Citizen of Anderson
W. S. Phillips died at the home of
his son, J. VV. Phillips, in Memphis,
Texas. Feb. 27, 1900, in the eighty
second year of bia age, having been
oom in south Carolina in December
ile waa married to Mies Jane Lee,
second daughter of the iate Phillip
and Elisa Lee, of this county, the 17th
af July, 1845. He volunteered in Co.
E. 10th 8. C. V.? in 1802 and waa with
bis regiment continuously until Gen.
Johnston's surrender at Greensboro,
.Smith Phillips waa a consistent mem*
ber of the Baptist Cbur:-it for over
sixty years and waa ordained a deacon
ia Old Friendship Church, live miles
north of Honea Path, soon after the
war. He waa a devoted husband and
father, a kind ard generous friend and
neighbor, and waa To ved by. alt who
knew him. He leaves behind to monro
bis death one son and three daughters
ind a host of ether; relatives and
friends, among them the vene ra b le
Sant?n? Phillipp?, aa ancle, who lives
near Fork Shoals, in,.Green vii te Coun
ty, who is perhaps tho oldest person in
the Stale, he beiag cow about one
au rd red and eleven years old.
Mr. Phillips lived ia tba Friendship
section, near where tho Belton Power
Cb's, dam is on Saluda river? five
niles north ot Hone* Path, until tho
EaU of 1870. when be moved to Missia
dppi and later on to Texas, whore he
resided until his death.
His youngest daughter still lives io
Mississippi and his other children are
n Texas. - - -
'Mors than two fall car-loads ?r Cotton
Hoes bave been received by Sullivan
Hd w. Go. This le the ouest fol of thees
roods ?ver breugbt %a tt?tnmtfcsj. . 5
Di ese Hoes are p rov lded With -<fcr ver ?v I
'MOV?? 'Sd* O? WS?? ioisctii, -Wai! *A3?on??? J
por featly straight handlea. DJ not fail.
A) st o tnorn berore bu-f lug your Hoes.
MON EY TO ':i?^r4iMM^^iaii
*wJUlJJW^Vf A- X2.1 X JUJU
A Laurens Candidate.
'I'lio M inn) i u i: Times reniai ke: I
"(Jul. .1. E. Normen t, privute seen- '
arv to Cov. Heyward, bas announced <
hat he will bu a candidate for the
?ince of Secretary of Hiato, Norment 1
s a tine fellow and bae a host of i
'rienda throughout the State, but
;hero is Eloeri Aull, who ia also sus- '
icctcd of having aspirations for that
>ffice ami he too has a host of friends i
imong Normuoi-a frieuue. Tue two <
criit conflict and it would be easier to
arrive at a choice if tbeBe two charm- !
ing fellows would get together and
agree which should be the secretary,
?nd which ehould bo tho chief clerk.
Then the friends could help both at
ane and the earoo timo."
They are Une gentlemen .ad more
than willing to surrender themselves
wholly to the service of the State but
Laurens county will poll about 3,801
voles in the primary thin year and
these gentlemen will divide the odd
vote with McCown, also a candidate
mid. like Mr. Norment, a State house
employ?e,-which Mr. Aull waa during
tho J!/cb weeney adnj?n?s?ri? ion. The
remaning y.tfuu voteB, we hope and
truHt and pray will go for Col. "Mit"
1\ Tubule ot Andereon, formerly of
LauretiB and still proud of Laurens au
Lauren? IR proud of htm.
By tho way, Governor Heyward, a
man of judgment, appointed Col. 'frib
ble a year or two ago to completo the
Confederate rolls and he did tho work
well. Thia old veteran entered tho
Confederate army from Lauretta and
fought the lour yenrs-and it is tolling
no talon out of school to bay that he
continued to light for a number ot'
years after Appomattox-because the
necessity for lighting did not cease in
Laurens until Wade Hampton had
been firmly praeed in the governors
First, because Col. Tribble mode a
highly satisfactory clerk of court for
Anderson County, an excellent post
master for Anderson city when Demo
cratic postmasters were in fashion, be
cause he is a competent man, and,
second, because there are few left in
South Carolina who so faithfully, so
bravely and honorably and at much
cost saved South Carolina, Laurens
County is for bim-and let it be to a
lt would give us genuine pleasure to
vote for our old college triend Mc
Cown or for Norment and Anil, our ,
newspaper friends, but we are for ,
Tribble, and we believe that the sol- :
itary doubtful vote in Laurens ie
We have no second choice in this .
race-there is going to be ono primary.
An Enjoyable Occasion.
Mr. Editor: Quite an enjoyable oc
casion waa the oyster supper given by
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bowie at their
beautiful country home, twelve miles
south of Anderson,on Saturday evening
17th inst., in honor of their charming
siece, Ming Rosa Lee Drake, of Don
alds, S. C., who was beautifully dress
ed foi the occasion in white organdie
trimmed with ribbon and lace.
After mingling together in social
chat for awhile we were invited into
the spacious dining room, where we
were received by our hostess, Mrs.
Bowie, SBsisted by Mrs. Parker Rob
inson, of Honea Path, S. C.
The long table was beautifully
decorated with a mound of violets and
tall vases from which drooped graceful j
limbs .of spiraea.
After being bountifully served to
oysters, delici?os cakes and charlotte
russe we re-aaaembled in the parlor,
where we were delightfully entertain
ed with music furnished by Messrs.
Ross and Ma^a Price and Sandford
Brown, assisted by Mrs. Robinson.
The hour of departure soon arrived
snd the merry crowd though loathe to
leave soon bade each other good-bye
and - scattered to their respective
homes. . -. > ;
The occasion afforded much pleasure
to all who attended, and we r opp that
lo the near future'Mr. and Mrs. Bowie
will return the favor again.
IP. Memory of Sylvester Lowe.
On Saturday morning, March 8rd,
t>ur community was shocked bv tho
ludden death of Sylvester Lowe,
which was caused by the accidental
li KC h arge of a pistol from his own
Although away from home and ?uvc?
m?-? his last thoughts were bf home,
ii ut his home coming was indeed sad
to his devoted mother, brothers nod
listers. v "
He was a bright and promising young
toy of only sixteen yean, very . much,
loved by all who knew him.
On Sunday afternoon following his
leath the funeral services were con
jucLcu ci - v. Sy^isjgga ?$S? ?-- ~? SSJSyx
I. S. Small, lu the presence of a large
congregation of sorrowing friends and
relatives. His remains were theil laid
?0 rest in the Mt. Bethel cemetery,
He will bo greatly missed by his
nany/friends, especially those who
knew and loved him best.
A precious one from us hali gone,
A voice we loved ls stilled; y
A piece is vacant in our nome,
Which never can/be filled.
God in His wisdom has recalled
Tho boon his tova bsa gi voa/ : >: ;>';
And though theoodyjlarobers here?
. The seal is safe inflexion; ...:fy'v>
.,- Y . tod S^nd?. .
A Pretty Home Weddin*.
At the home of James W, White,/ io
he Hopewell section, Miss Julia C.
White and Mr. Charles O. Webb were
tatted in marriage in the presence of a
ew friends at noon Wednesday,
if arco 14th, 1000. . .'... .V-^
?las! _ at ; 12 . o\uoek fhp groom
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kiley ?nd chi!- '
hen visited relatives ia Anderson re
Mies Helen Spoares, who fias been
pishing ber sister, Mrs. J. B. Felton,
aaa returned home.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Fant,
Cadet Orr Brace, of Clemson, vis
ited homefolka Saturday and 8nn
^ ?ra. Thomas Dalrymple ls sorionaly
J. D. Gill is visiting homefolks in
Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe, of Rivoli,
visited J. Walter Dickson last week.
J. J. Haley, of Oak way, visited in
town last week. 1
Mrs. Amanda Snelgrove, who hos
been very sick, is better.
Miss Annie Fair Dickson, who is
teaching in Anderson, visited her
brother, J. Walter Dickson, recently.
Mrs. Eugene Snipes, of Anderson,
v?ho has been visiting bur mother.
Mrs. Amanda Snelgrove, baa returned
M re. R. H. Price and children visited
Jinr mother, Mrs. Sue Smith, of Fair
Tillman to Write a Book.
Wanhington. March 25.-Senator B.
H. Tillman, ot' South Carolina, whone
second term in the Senate will clofto
next March, is engaged in writing, "A
Defence ot the Senate" for publication.
Discussing tho task he bas aHsumed
Senator Tillman admitted that his
views of the Senate had been tempered
somewhat by his years of service io
that body. He concedes that there is
more public usefulness in the Senate
than be believed it to contain in the
early part of his servioe, which recallB
a speech made by Senator Hale, of
Maine, in reply to Senator Tillman's !
attack on the President because of
the Mrs. Minor Morris incident. Mr.
Hale suggested that the Senator from
Sooth Carolina afforded a striking
illustration of the men whose views
were mellowed by service in that
The rapid change in tho personal of
the Senate is illustrated by the fact
that at the close of his second term
Mr. Tillman is fourteenth in point of
seniority of service in a body composed
af ninety members.-News and Cou
- At Owensville, Ky., George
Wells, fourteen years old, died of
hydrophobia as ? result of bei ag bit
ten six years ago by a mad dog. Wells
developed hydrophobia last week. He
is the third person to die from bites
inflicted by tho same dog. ^
Letter to W. M. Wallace.
Anderson, ?j. (J.
Dear Slr : You buy your horseshoes
and uails ; your grandfather, if he was a
bl-okamith, made 'em. You can't afford
to hammer them ont by hand, when you
can buy as good, or' better perhaps,
readymade tu your hand, for a little
more than tho coat of the Iron
What do you think of a painter who
goea on boyin? bte linseed otl and v/lilte- !]
lead, and mizina, aad tinting by band,
and charging bl? timo for work that ls
far better-done than beean do it, done by
machinery, done as your horseshoes and
nalU are ma le. -
Mistake Wt it?
He is waatiog hts chance in the world.
There ls no better Btutf to do business
with iiiiiu good horseshoes and paint;
and no bet.er work than putting them
on: It's the polling 'em on that makes
yon a bl nek amit h : no matter who makes
'em. . . ? '.. -.< '. ..' -,
Who wents to go back to old t'mes,
and make his own horseshoes ? .
Ra'nnnn na'two. that. BaintOr don't
know how to make good - paint-he
uv od to ; bnt paint has run awa* from
. "Your*! truly,
. 80 . . F. W. Davon dc Co.
P. 8.-W. Lu Briesev sails oar peint.
it - , m. ?. mil \ t '?
How Maoy Paopl*Make Mistakes ?
A- great many people go through l i fe
with the Idea that they can HO to a atoro
and flt their ayes wllh a pair of Glasses
Inst aa easy Sa they can flt their feet
with shoes, which is Justas Impossible
aa boy lug potent medicines frc m a drag
atore tooms an. al?toant, instead ot cou
?nltlnft o raan?R** nrart?? t?i? nhsalP.lSTX
and have bim prescribe ur "gfvs" them
medidas for that particular trouble. -
; Thousands of dollars are thrown away
and as many eyes ruined every year by
psople who patronies the traveling'ped
dler br fakir, wno does not actually
know tbs diffuses between a concave
.nd a convex leos, and ?lvee them a pair
of window glasses l? a cheap frame with
a big name attached,' and charges-mora j
fijgj .b^""1 *Kw>? ?HA . nrfldnnto omician
"wouH charge' fur the bastCry stalins
dlaasea mart P. '
Tbs oom mon or ^ cap glasses are
No lino of Implement? ever manu fae- '
tuted baa given auch genuine and en
tir? satisfaction aa baa boon given bv the
Planter*. DlAtr?yiior? and Grain Drills
manufecturod by the Cole Mfg. Co, and
?old by Sullivan ?Idw. Co. Not a single
complaint ever '/e?el ved. Thousands'nf
these Machines bavo been aold by thia 1
Company an?*, this ia oe rta? ni y a wonder
"Ta Cara a Fel&a"
says Sam. Kendall, of PhHHpsburg,
Kan., "inst caver lt with Booklea'a Ar
nica Salvo and tba Salve will do the
rest." Quickest euro for Barna. Bolls,
Sores. Scalds. Wonnda, Piles, Sozama,
Salt Rb ea na, Chapped Hands, Sore Peet
and Bore Eye?. Only 25o at Orr, Gray A
Co's, drag ?tore. Guaran teed.
Do Net be irapssed Upsn. '
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Hon.
ey and Tar aa a ibroat and long remedy
and ou account of the great merit am
popularity of Foley's Honey and Ta
many imitations aro offered for the Ronu
lue. These worthless imitations bav
similar sounding name*. Beware c
them. The genuino Foloy's Honey m
Tar is in a yellow package. Ask fjr i
and refUBO any substitute. It ia tho b;v
remedy for ooughB and colds. Evac
m Cures Coldai Prevents Pneumonia^
G. B. Burhans Testifies After Four Year
G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, '
Y., writes: "About fovir years ago
wrote you stating that I had been 01
tlrely cured of a severe kidney trout
bv taking less than two bottles of Fol03
Kidney Cure. It entirely Btopped t
brick duht sediment, and pain and oym
toms of . kidney diseaae disappeared,
om glad to say that I have never, hac
return of any of those symptoms dari
the four years that have elapsed an'
am evidently oared to stay cured, a
heartily recommend Foley's Kidr
Cure to any one Buffering from kldi
or bladder trouble." Evans Pharma
MONEY TO LOAN for borne die
on easy terms.
Simpson & Hood, Attorney
Tbs Breath of Lift
I 'BoslgniuoMuj, fact that iii8 strongest
?ul mal of Its elsa, the gorilla, also asa .
tho largest langa. Powerful lang? means
Ca werra I creatures. How to keep the
reatbing organs right abonld ba man's
chiefest study. Like thousands of
others, Hrs. Ora A. Stephens, of Port
Williams, O., has learned how to do this.
Sha writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery stopped my cough of two
-rears and cured mo of what my Mends
though*; consomption. O, lt's grand for
tb rixt stud lung trocbles-'* Guaranteed
by Orr. Grav & Co., druggUts. PrioaCOo
an i *iTrial bottle free.
iiteare th? C?Bsplsxlsa.
Orino laxative Fruit Byrup stimulates
the liver and thoroughly cleanses the
system and oleara the complexion of
pimples end blotches. It ls tb* beat lax
ative for women and children as lt ls mild
and pleasant, and does not gripe or sick*
en. Orino is much superior to pills;
aperient waters and all ordlnay cathar
tics aa it does not irritate the stomach and
and bowels. Evana Pharmacy.
fertiUtdrsni eafet ?ora? ff* ?ptete*
Dangers cf Pneumonia.
A cold at this time If neglected ls liable
to cause pneumonia which ls so often
fatal, and even when the patient has re
covered the lungs are weakened, making
them peculiarly susceptible to the de
velopment of consumption. Foley's
Honey and Tar will stop the cough, heal
and strengthen the lungs and provost
pneumonia. La Grippe coughs yield
quickly to tho won dorio 1 curative quail
ties of Foley's Honey and Tar. There la
nothing else 'just as good." Evana
Well Worth Trying.
? "W. H. Brown, the popular pension
: attorney, of Pittsfield, Vt., says: "Next
to a pension, tbs best thing to get ls Dr,
Rina's New lilts-Pills." He writes
"thov keep my family in splendid
health." Quick cure for Headache, Con
stipation and. Biliousness. 25o. Gan?
Rawed at Orr, Gray 6c Go's, drug store.
BuyerB have returned, from New York with an en?rmOM
Stock of beautiful Goods, all new and up-to-date. No old
styles, everything nfc to the standard. Now wo will lay
special BtreBB upon our merchandise. STo house in Anderson
can touch us in quality and price. We are ready for the
, A beautiful line of Spring Ho?iery from 10s to 6O3 per pair.
A beautiful line of Spring Belts-the latest fads.
A beautiful line of Spring Han j Baga, iu white and colors, 25o to 81.50,1
A beautiful line of all kinds of Novelties.
Now for a beautiful line of'Wool Goods.
We have the latest fads.
. We have more Fine Wool Goods than any house in Anderdon.
Come and inspect our Stock. r 1 v .
A beautiful line of Wash Goods-r every thing imaginable.
Come and see our styles.
Now tor Grand Spring Millinery.
We h?ve the light styles and prices.
A'r ?e ask is to come and inspect our line.
Kew Spticg Oxfords for Ladies 7 v
Also, a beautiful line of Spring. Shoes for meiu Come and see ra
this line. W$W??M ;-- ?'. "' \
We are agents mr the Herrick Shoes. The best Shoes in ?ndenos i
We have the latest tVJa in Clothing? '
Also, ^ beantifol Ime ?f ^ and Collars. ,
Sea cs OD Trunks.. We sell more than any one in Anderson,
Our motto: "J
' Yours for & bis Bmstk business?. '-i?x?SSSfe
- . - ~ s V/'". '
8. VANDlVSR. K J. J. MAJOR. E. VANDIVSBH
KVANDiVER BROS. & MAJOR I
?f you ?we us past duo paper b? * ' M
sure to BOO us promptly. 1 ?
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