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Builders of New Homes
If You Wish
By all means seo our Stock.
If You Wish
Ton wfl? t? disa^oiM? if you do not *ee <ra? Une befo??
- toying. CsroxSugs, ?r?x Art Squares. Ctees Carpeting
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WEDNESDAY. JULY 25, 1806.
Tho dog dava are here.
Rev. 8. T. Creech is in Union.
Mr. aud Mrs. Jno. ?. Pruitt are in
Mies Kato Marchall, of Abbeville, is
in the city.
Mrs H M. AcUor and Miss Ola Moore
are in Asheville.
Miss Isabel Wicker, of Bock Hill, is
in tho city with friends.
Mieses Ko*o Payne and Estelle Mc
Kinney are in Asheville.
Mrs. Lizzie Todd is visiting ber son,
A. N. Todd, in Lenoir. N. C.
A protracted meeting is in uro g re cs
this week at Shady Grove Church
B. O. Evaus, toe clothier, ia in the
Northem marketa boying fall goods.
Archie Cathcart, Willie. Joe and
Jesse oiiupson and Frank Cray ton are
in the mouDtaina.
, Rev. Mr. Hayes, a holiness evange
list, is carrying on a meetiog at the
Orr mill under canvas.
Street Superintendent Kay is doing
a good deal ot needed work on the
sidewalks of the city. .
M. li. Bass & Co. have opened op
Harness Factory in the store room
back of Julias H, Weil & Co.
Ed Fnereou, Fred Gam bi oil, Brat*
? ton Simpson and Archie Cathee t are
in the mountains.
A protracted meeting will oegin at
Barker's Creek on the first Sunday in
September, D. V. Rev. R. A. Sublett
I will aseist the pastor.
; On nest Friday, July 27, those inter
ested io tbs Churchyard at Neal'a
Creek will meet, for the parp?se of
cleaning up the same. Bring tools and
come early in the morning.
* The municipal election held in Iva
last Saturday resulted in the election
of the following: P.E. Spoon, inten?
dent: Lu C. Townsend,, w. P. Cook
and T. C. Jackson wardens
Miss Macis Cochran ia visiting in Ab
beville. When she returns ehe will be
with The C, F. Jones Co aa steno
8^ee&a & Bolt, tho clothiers, have ad
ded a second story to their show win
dow* and otherwise improved them in
pi Li. H, Carlisle, a form*? Anderson
boy? bnt who has been living in. Union,
for some years, spaas last week in the '
I etty on bis way to Spring City- Tenn.,
where be wilfmake bia futurs borne.
1 < Ernest F. Brown, formerly assistant
i saperia tendent of the Anderson Tele
phon? Company? bat how now baa a,
* position with the Bell people ia1
J?T, Virginia,. spent ? Sunday in
Anderson with Mc parents.
Rev. Sam T. Creech pastor of the
\ Orrvillo MethodistChares, willlecture
at the Park Casino at an early ?date on
timea a failure." Thop'zoceedes will
L OaU? the cow Job* printer,
baa opened op bls.buslneea in Ander
son and is .now.mady to ?o your lob
le imo a DOW ana ce&plete ;
Jikfag rubber stampf and
can aupply you with anything tn that
'MB?tbtt yoaaisy want.v * jv
.Tberawi^ be preaching at Roberts
church on ? Tsarsdny, the Sod day of
AegnsL. Everybody is cordially invi
ted*to attend. Rev. S. L. Wilsop, of
Ninety-Sis will do the preaching.
-, Tile Belton Printing Co. baa been,
?raptad a chwu>r by the Seo***rry of
?ute. TKO ?otf^eratora are D. A.
Geer? fi. A. Lewie, J. B, Adger and
other?. They will publish a newspa
per ?ndelo ge&erel ^ff?^J^ A
brotbe? of S.Lt??Md If?s^Hto *of
thia city, feat been ?sleeted president
jo& tikv^Bjae*4^v^ and
f Wv.ikeywaw?baa relived a letter
.?raj DM xi in-.**? tm. ?two woy oby
timo , and t a ai another Jo hos to wa
flood. Will follow whenever ie doss
gt*o way? ;. .,/xv-/f"f ,"-M-r'
Mn. Jimmi? O'Donnell, ie having
erected on McDo?ie Street, a handsome
two-story, pebble dash repasos.
This will be the only pebble dash in
the city, ?c? ?feen ^k^j f&plesr
dwelling csa bs ionod in Anderson.
. The Tntettige&?cr would like tc se
care a good correspondent in every
section of the Cssstywb?v? wa have
'ab correspondent, prop la tho ofiice
tfhan in the ?ta??unery
T. Lorton Robertson and family of
Abbeville, are in tbe city visiting re?a
Congressman Wyatt Aiken is an
nounced in today's naper as a candi
date for re-alection from this district.
Capt. McCully with his men, Co. E,
1st Infantry, will leave August 10 for
Chickamauga to take part in the Mili
Dr. J. D. Chapman is carrying on a
meeting at the Hopewell Baptist
Church, in this county, this week.
The Centret Presbyterian Sunday
school held their picnic at Centorvillo
Mills yesterday and had a pleasant
Mr. Hays, one of the i lachiniete at
the.Traction Co's powerhouse, got
his left hand badly hurt in the ma
Dr W. J. Smitb, M?RB Helen Fant,
i of Walhalla, and Mr. Jack Smalls, ol
Philadelphia, are in tho city the guesti
of if ra, M. A Dean.
Married, by Rev. Henry Jfartin
Sunday, July 15, J. J. Muliinax ant
Miss Minnie Watson.
Deputy Scott and Constable Davit
run in seven burr heads, Sunday
whom they caught gambling in th<
edge of the city.
Capt. H. H. Watkins and brother
J, N. Watkins, and Jno. C. Watkin
and others are in the mountains for i
Mrs. Margaret Minter has ru turn ci
from Laurens, where she was called 01
the sad mission of attending the f u
neral of her mother.
The First Infantry band of Pelzei
fnrnished music for the Georgi
State Press Association, which waa i
session at Hartwell last week.
Married, by Rev. Henry Martii
Sunday, July -15, J. A. Hombree an
Miss Minnie McClain.
Mr. William Bolt's family will hav
their annual reunion at Portraai
August 8th. The public is invited t
come and bring well filled baskets.
All interested in Roberta Chore
yard ase requested to meet at ti
Chu ich on Monday, July 80, for tl
purpose of cleaning np the pre na lam
Don't forget to bring tools to wot
' Mrs. Pani Stephens has retorne
from ? visit to Atlanta, She waa m
companied home by her mother. Hr
Hearse, and her sister, Mrs. Johnso
A. C. Keys, who lives just belo
the city, lose a barn by lightnii
Tuesday afternoon. A good ?leal ?
roughness waa consumed.
Capt. 6. K. Willis, who has been li
lng in Williamstou for a lons tim
will soon more to Greenville, who
he will push the piano business
Tlw congregation of tho First Ba
tist Church will invite the Saluda Ba
tiat Association which meeta in Hon
Path in a few days, to meet in Ande
son next year. This body has not m
in Anderson slnoe 1878. .
Several gentlemen are being talk
of as possible. candidates for Coon
offices and they will probably coi
oat in s few days. Get in the gan
boya? and, lora, have a little exoil
Mist Allie Duckworth, who has be
tho popular and accommodating opel
tor in "charge of the Starr tetephs
exchange, baa resigned and returned
her home in Anti creon.
Uncle Dock Owen, a well known <
Confederate Veteran who lived in A
dereon for several years bot who la m
irving in Green wood, spent last we
in the city. Uncle Dook is very poi
lar in Anderson and his friends nope
see him move back tx? God's country
Street Supt. Kay bas a force
hands digging an D?p?t street 1
tween Font and Norris street, and v
soon be laying down the balgi
blocks. The old wooden bridge
front' cf toe Knitting mill has 1M
tom away? piping pot in ita place a
the hollow filled with dirt.
Mr. Wm. F. Loo. of Piedmont, apt
yesterday in the city. His friends Ju
announced bim for the lower ho;
in the legislature and he has desk
to yield to their wishes and will mt
the nee. Mr. ii ?ery p?i)B?nr
over the county.
Ralph Robinson of McCormick ?
Mason Young ot Due Weat, iee*
gradu?tes or Erskine College, he
been given positions in one of we g<
ern ment college a in Egypt and v
eau for that country from New Y<
io a few days.
Tho - iaet issue of the Charle
Southern Publisher says; "The And
son Intelligencer bas entered its for
second volume. Alm^?? hali a e
tn ry of esefel service to its town t
State Lahahim! it. Tjfcis ?S??wra
bo proud of, and we hope the fat
years hold happiness and plenty
store for thia veteran Journal that -J
ably done lt? part in the. State's <
building through bright tioaes s
dark, through evil and good rep?
Long Ito tole."
, i Tho neg* ceo held a big b ar boca e f
general frolic at Belton lost Saturd
Coroner Pruitt, Deputy Sheriff Sc
and State Constable Davis wes*
hand. Constable Davis relieved
colored geatlcman of ? hand sate
foil of booro. Mayor Pro Tem Moo
head assessed ?the negro one hued:
dollars cr.?0 ?laya for being luco
pony with the said satchel.,
v Secretary Wm. E. Earle. ' of
Anderson County "Fair Association,
setting things in chapo for tho Fal:
ba held in Octobev. He says the cc
tag f*fr will -bo by far tho bigg
thing ever pulled off in Andero
Borne of thaJbos* soraea ia the SI
and surrounding country will be
S? sasrwr'ans &
pointed* A largo number of attr
tiona will bo b-wked for she fair i
Among those building new hoi
ares Mr*. . M. Lease? at the cornel
Join and Merris Street, Mrs. Mci
Calnosm ?aswBfVt^ vf,P^j Browne
Weat .Market afreet, half dosen
Mrs. D. C. Holland cu N. Fant otr
Q. L. Arnold on Grr street, Jno,
k; fsar ftfrsg ass
J. F. White, the horse trainor, who
hSA spent several seasons in Anderson,
ia tn the West this summer with a
string of South Carolina horses. He
has witli him Peorless Dan, Craw,
John and Bon llur, horses well known
in Anderson. Theso horses have
created a sensation among the horao
men of the Weat aud have won first
money on several occasions.
In the second election yesterday \v.
li. Oaborno won out over B. B. H lock
Icy for alderman from ward 2. The
vote waa: Osborne 64, Bleckloy Ri.
The next City Council will be: Mayor,
P. K. McOully, Sr.; Aldermen, ward 1,
J.E. Barton; ward 2, W. R. Ost orne;
ward 8, W. W. Robinson; ward 4, C
E. Tolly; ward 5, J. T. Pearson; ward
0. R E. TJgon. There are only two
old members on the the new council.
Tho candidates for school trustees
received the following vote: Dr. W.
H. Nardin ?r, 831: D. P. Mclirayer,
800; W. F Cox, 250; U. E. Soybt, 1518;
J. Temple Ligon, 168 As only three
now trustees vrcn, to be elected,
Messrs. Seybl and Lig?n were defeat
The members of the Farmers Union
at Wiliiamaton are requested to be
present on the 28th hist, at 8:80 o'clock
aa we have some important business to
attond to. M. E. Ellison, Pres.
The Farmers Union at Cef ir Grove,
No. 85, will meet August 4th and have
invited O. P. Goodwin. State President,
and other speakers. The public ia in
vited to be with us and bring well tilled
baskets. CE. Copeland, Pros.
We wish to express through your
?aper our sincere thanks tc our
rienda and neighbors for their many
services rendered and kind words
of sympathy spoken to us during: the
recent illness and death of our darling
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mo Adams.
Notice To Confederate Veterans.
AU Confederate Veterans of each
Township will meet at their usual
voting places in each Township on the
1st Saturday in August for the purpose
of electing a representativo who abell
meet with other repr?sentatives at
the court house in Anderson Monday,
September 8? at ll a. m. for tho pur
pose of electing County Pension Board.
John T. Green, Chairman.
All county papers please copy.
' . May De the Nejt Speaker.
Hon. E. M. Rocker, Jr., ls annout J
ed in today's paper aa a candidate for
re-election to the House of Represen
Mr. Bucker is opposed to the Stato
dispensary and is in favor of abolish
ing tho whole business. He is In favor
ot giving the people of each County a
chotea between County dispensarlea
If elected to the Legislature he will
be put forward by his friends for
Speaker ot the next House and will
probably bo elected, as he is very
popular among the legislators.
"?gerTt, Walhalla, 8. O.
"McCormick" Mowers will out whare
all others (all. The large wheels, the
wide wheel-base and the long Pitman
Rod enables thc operator to ron this
machine in rank or thlok grass, pea
vine*, <xc, where QO other rnsolunes
will run. Sullivan Hardware Co. are
tba General Distrlouting Agents for Mc
Fast 1st pes?tes Ostsi.
Tho feeling of Impending doom In the
minds of many victims or Bright's dis
ease and diabetes has been ohcsssd tu i
thankfulness by. tbs benefit derived' from
taking Foley's Kidney Curs. It will
ours Incipient Bright's disease and dia
betes and ?van in the worst cases gives
comfort and relief. Slight disorders aro
cured lu a few dayo. <*? bsS dUw?v?* in
Its worst fora," writes Marlon Leo of
Dunreath, lad. "I tried eight phyol
etaoa without relief. Only throe bottles
of Foley's Kidney Cure made me a well
man." Evana Pharmacy.
?' Repairs and Soppllee of all kinds for
Farm Machinery and Ginneries are car
ried by Sullivan Hdw. Co
When yon want a Cane Mill or an
Evaporator, call on Sullivan Hdw. Co.
MONEY TO LOAN-A few ....?leand
dollars to !e?d on Lind for ol???i*. Ap
ply to B. F. Martie, Attorney-at-Law.
Say Live IUD Years.
Thc chancea for living a foll century
are excellent tn the case of Mrs. Jennie
Demean, of Hey nos vii le. Me., now 70
years old. She writes: "Bleotrie Bitters
cured me of Obrenlo Dyspepsia of 20 '
years standing, and mada ms foal aa well
and atrong as a young girl." Blectrlc
Bitters cure Stomach and Livor diseases.
Blood disorders, General Debility and.
bodily weakness. Bold on a guaranty
at Orr, Gray & Co's, drugstore. Price
only OOo. '
sap* Candidate*' sn notus cern enU will bs sob
Uohed ontU the PrlnutT BlcaUea fer Five Doftere
-PA XAXLU ur ADVASCB. Boat ask os to credit
AUDITOR. - ; ' s'
Ibero?? sansone* ?yeelf se s eendidei* for
UM ?Ota er tOessty 4?Altor of As?steos Oooaty,
?er?c*t te th? sottes of ?be DssNsraUe pria err
, JOBOT A, MA JOB.
' ? henty SSBOSBOO ft>r tko oflloo Sf Anil ter for
M?Umm Ce?sty, ssbjeet . to tho roles of tbs
Deso&reUe prUaery. . ?_ '
>-#Tv J0A1MA. O. B?BBI83.
, I hereby sssosoo tnyoelf ss ? easdtdete fey
AsSttor of AB?SMOS Oeeetr, enfajeet to tho rales
of thoPostssrsMofrlstary. _ _4"
. JAB. H. CBAI6.
JODOK O? PBOBATB.
1 bores/ sssoQseo styeelf ss s ossdldate for tho
.CU? of Jedfe or Frobots tor Asdereos Coast?,
eabjef* to tho ostlos of tho pMoerttlBjerty.
J. Bl. VAJfDlVEB,
Tho ?sSsretfSod roejteetfolly BSBOSSOM htaeeJf
s ossdldatefor tho office of Judge of Pro be te for
As?eseos Goassy, sobjeot to ibo relee of tho
d??c*mlo priaery^ JjSjjjjjjjj iflCHOLSGN
; I fetish* easoaaes srs^f a eesdldafte for th*
sst** sf Probsts Jsdgo for Asaetees Geest/, sss
?ul abide tho melt of ?tc DemoersUo jn-faury.
J. M. PATeTE I* he-ibr announced es a eesdl
sots tor recettes esOossty Treeeerer, ?ab'e
to tbs rakia of the PesMgcstto primary. _
'.. gTJP?BTi?OB, '
jtbsrohyajiass?asj wfsolf a candidate for re?
riorti?^ 8o^rjl?rfjrAiider?os County, eas*
j Jests? tba trtsiianitf i W?Wf% a JACB90*.
J, B BREADS ALB te hereby ??wnxsrd ?e S
^i**^?oX^?&D?a?<w^ P^aery*1*' M^MC
HOtS? OP aaCP?SSXATXVIB.
oonoenoe Stat co B oeodldete' fer the BOOM O?
aieiCMBU?lv*n,os*?eo>to the mles ed u* r>s^
I herefcy aaa?onee tnyeel? e candidate for
gV?f/vti9tbstrWoftBssf?sestetivoo for An
dersen C<raaty. ?ubjoct to th* ralea^oMSe Dwac
1 reraotfnllr aaoonaee nycelf a candidate for.
re-eJ*ett?rYt? the Henee of ?tepree?ateU?.?, ?ub
Jeet to th* notion of the Den^eraifo pr?sary, . -t?
' "v ''-''i; ' B Ja*? ?UCTCKaij Jfr? *
A'Ws>'?iS:'?sibe^atd( i* aassifoeo W. p. vat.
litio O O
CERTAINLY should not miss tbe opportunities we
offer dnring thc next ten days to secure seasonable Merchan?
dise at suoh astonishing LOW PRICES.
- : ; " : : - 1 ; aa?
Good quality Cotton Checke.at 3 Jo per yard
Best quality .Drilling.at 60 per yard
10-4 Cotton Blankets.at 45c a pair
Men's Fine Negligee Shirts.at 35c
Fin?? 27-inch China Silks.r,t 27c
36-inch Warranted Black Silk Taffeta,.at 75c
Fino AU Wool Black and Colored Dress Goods. .at 36c
Yard-wide* Flannelettes.at 5a
Large size Colored Bed Spreads.at $1.00
Bleached Cannon Cloth.*.at 8 ie
Linen Dam** < Knotted Fringed Towels, eaoh. .at 13a
Ken's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Ready-made Skirts?
Millinery, Ladles'? Misses' and Ken's Oxfords and Shoes, Ces?
pets, Mattings, Bugs and TO all Paper.
All we ask of yon to come and look at our Goods and
compare prices. We are positive you will buy from ne. We
are anstaue to close out our entire Stock by September 1Q%
and are sacrificing Goods at prices newer heard of before.
Respectfully, jyjjjg ^ ggj. & QQ
118 Granite Bow,
This is the time of the year when a man'?
thoughts turn to Bathing Suits.
Better make a dive for ono of oura-we've a
IVs Cheaper to Buy
Than to Rent.
fe . ? ni,
TWO FIEOS JERSEY CLOTH,
Plain and in Colors,
Men's and Boys', $1.00 to $2.00.)
WOOL SUITS, Plain and Fancy,
$1.00 to $2.00.
We've a few Sampl c
Togo at a price. 5
WeVs a good variety of Bathing Suits, and axe er
? sure we oak famish exactly the stylo of Suit you %
win want IG wear* #
Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers.
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